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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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IOTOR-BBAT paragraphs ofInterest BLUE LAWS WILL BE people as' They ]BAPTISTS TOGATHER


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RACES HERE I .' -, -- HERE
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Homemade bread, fresh every day, at ENFORCED HT FUTUREAnd Mrs C. E. Clark and mother, ltfrs.Pierson .

Faber Brothers. gi6tf: : of Cincinnati: Ohiofc.' are guestsof I

'The fall term of county court adjourned Clematis Cottage.
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Plans Now Made for East Indian River Association Wilt
Being' in Miami Thursday. Mr. Fred H. Stegnmler n-rlved In the

& Coast Circuit of Sporting Have your'bikes repaired at Cnmmlngs city Wednesday" evening f'.om; Indlauttp- Convene With the Local

"1 Clematis ave., opposite bank. All work All Business Suspend Sunday at 9 a. m. Mayor oils, 'Ind., and will spend the winter
Events Next Winter. Church Next Friday.

I Is guaranteed.Clarence Whipple iVfilllng,.v-ij-tf a positionin ; Metcalf Would Have- Better Accommodations here.Miss Jeannette Norwood THusville, ..i"

t? .There has been a rumor going; the the grover bout of the O.G. StrohKi at Passenger Station. Is the guest of her brother and sister.Mr. As was stated In The Tropical Sun several y
t" rounds to the effect that the Palm Beach Company, during the Illness of Mr. Geo, and Mrs. W. C. Norwood and will spend weeks ago, the annual meeting of ft

motorboat races had been called oil, it Hurd. the winter here. ; tbe Indian River Baptist Association will 1

'liaviug.l been decided to' bold the racesat .The next dance under the auspices of Sheriff John Frohock was in the city this year be held in this city, and will q

Miami next January and February, the fire department will be given In their Only four members (President Idner, He had heard many, many complaints Wednesday evening for a few houra.bav convene with the' local church next-Fri
i instead of Lake '''Worth.. There seems ball next Friday evening, when the nsu- and Aldermen Baker Campbell and In regard to the unsatisfactory arrange ing come up to take charge of a colored day eleven o'clock a. m., remaining in

to be no truth Jo-the report, a* will be al prices will prevail. : Grant) weVe present at the adjourned ment at the passenger station. During lunatic, who was taken by the sheriff to I session over Sunday.

seen from the following which Is taken The "P social given by the Epworth meeting of Vbe city council last night the;:winter season trams slop on the Y the slate asylum at Chaltaboochee. The opening: sermon will be preached y
the : Record of Wednesday Mr..' A. P. Anthony left Thursday Friday morning by Rev. C. II. Edwards, v,
from St Augustine,. League last evening at the residence of but considerable biimness was disposedof and let passengers off in the darkness :!
; Major and Mrs. J. R. Anthony was well and the main objects of the meetingthat and they have to wind their way out of a morning for Daytona, where he went to ,of Lemon City. Many other' ministers
v' of .the look after his extensive business Interests will be in attendance and the full program
Mr. W. J. Morgan A promoter attended and proved a very 'enjoyableevent. of lights .and telephone-were meua of wire fencing. The mayor urged
automobile and .motor boat tournaments discussed. the council to take some immediate action having recently opened a large of the meeting will be announced
is 'here today Mr. Morgan hopes to There were three bids for scavenger and said they should take the mat' clothing: and gents' furnishings house In in a later issue of The Tropical Sun. is'The

carry Into effect' the promise made lastprTnjj Marshal the Hcndrickton various business Is today serving houses end street cleaning work, B. p Carter: ter up with the officials of the railway, the Fountain City.A Indian River Association is one of t

relative to arranging for a motor notices on the effect that will :P. C. Cos and N. C. Hall, and the matter retjuer lag' that if the trains were to con recent arrival the Cottage City Is the most important associations of Florida .
In the to they
beet week in the bay. He will\ while city was referred to the street and sanitation tinue stopping so far away from the de- Mr. W. F. Thornton of :Philadelphia,who Baptista, embracing all churches i
here, inspect the coarse again; and wilt have to observerlne Sunday closing or. committee, who were instructed to investigate pot buildings a platform and shed should is comfortably located at The Holland.Mr. along the East Coast south Titnsville. 1{ f
also visit the .be ches.._wUh a view of dinance and a quiet day may be expected as to the lowest and best bid. be constructed for the convenience and Thornton'a family will be down a There will possibly be something like

arranging series of automobile races tomorrow. It seems to be the purpose of the council comfort of passengers.The few weeks later and they will spend the seventy-five visitors in attendance, in-.
during the period of motor boat events. The Tabernacle Baptist church: col this year to Include in the contract the mayor also suggested that tbe entire season here. eluding the ministers and lay delegates. ,

The latter will depend on circumstances ored, held a successful rally last Sunday cleaning of streets, hauling away of rubbish council amend ordinance in regard to MM. T. T. Reese arrived Wednesday On Sundsy, the 26lb it is very likely d

and Mr. Morgan does not extend much !' the object befog to raise funds to pay off small repairs In. streets and public the,closing of saloons at midnight Saturdays evening from Tennessee, where she has that the pulpits of the various churches
Indebtedness of the church. The the will be filled by Baptist ministers -
auto"races the in city
encouragement; for the here. places, and the operation of the street it now being somewhat defective been spending the summer with relatives
;,. ,;: He, however, ts 'sanguine' access sura.of $343.71" was raised through the sprinkler. The matter was referred to tbe ordinance. and Is now at the home of her pa. who will be in attendance upon
la' efforts of the R. W. Wash the association meetings.Branning .
where the boats are concerned and pastor Chairman Faber of the fire, water and committee. rents Captain and Mrs. E. N. Dimick, 1

confident that some of the speediest I Inglon. light committee Was unable to be pres- The mayor's suggestion regarding the on the vest!; Side.

boats from Northern waters will be hereto The Thanksgiving! supper and dinner ent on account of illness but la his absence passenger station was also adopted, and Mr. Frank O. Green came in Thursday Bros.
participate. He says there are a' recently planned by the U. D. C., has Alderman Campbell member of the board will take the matter up with from Tivoli N.Y..and is spending lev
''i number of fast motor boats at Palm been called off and in its stead a auppeV the committee, reported that he bad conferred the officials. days at his pineapple plantations south Again to the Front

Beach add other places in the State and and entertainment will be given in the with Manager Heckett of the East TELEPHONE ONCE MORE of the city. lie will return to New York

4 these will\ enter. Several crack boats Leamlagton next Thursday evening Coast Electric-tight, Power: and Ice The telephone question again came up and remain until after the holidayswher It is doubtful if r belter or more con
5 ,will be brought down from the North when an excellent bill of fare WflT be Company in regard to the Installation of( and upon motion of Alderman Bukerthe he expects to bring his family down for veniently arranged dry goods establish

and will enter all of the events along served. twenty additional street lights. Alderman chair appointed a committee of three to the winter. ment than that of Branning Brothers can

t the coast. The city Is rapidly filling up with Campbell also submitted a plan decided secure legal advice aa to the best method Among the arrivals on Wednesday be found south of Jacksonville, indeed

The Utter part of February is considered tourists, every incoming train bringing upon by' the committee for the of undertaking the annullment "of tbe evening's train was Mr. Geo. B Cluett the improvements recently inaugurated

the beat.time for &ese events here, its full' quota of visitors. The cold distribution of the proposed lights and old franchise. Aldermen, Baker, Grant of Saratoga Springs, who is now located by the Brannings have brought their
andMr. Morgan will schedule them for the north is to "make that the ate light on the hill would do
weather in going suggested and Anthony were named on this com on the East Side. Mr. Cluett was ac store up to a atardard that
that time. After the automobile rates things come ourv way," and it is needless top, Evernia street, be removed and mittee, and the gentlemen were admon- companied by his architect and members credit to a city many times the a'zi' of
at Daytona-Ormosd beach In January to say that the hotel and boardinghouse placed at the approach to the station ished to get busy instanter so that if of the contracting firm from Bostot West Palm Beach.

the motor boat races will follow at :Palm keepers, aa well as the owners of grounds of the Florida East Coast Railway called upon tar) a ,report in a few days which is lo erect his magnificent :Pain Branning Brothers have earned the

Beach. Thea Mr. Morgan will proceedto furnished cottages are happy. ; also that the arc light on Olive they would be able to respond. Beach home this winter. reputation of being the "Ladies' Outfitters j'

Cuba to conduct the annual road races Among the recent arrivals on the East street near the residence of Geo.W. Pot- Alderman Grant suggested that it Frederic of The ," and they seem determined to

,, there. On his return he hopes to pull Side is Count Louis Cenci, who is com ter be removed to the corner of Clematis would be well for the council to repaint Homestead Mr. Hot Sherry Springs, manager Va., and lhlRoyal & maintain that reputation.

off a number of motor boat events at fortably ensconced in Sad Sen cottage avenue and Poinsetta! street, these lights and repair the city building more com. Poinciana Palm: Beach.'I'ls will While on -purchase trip to New
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Miami. Dayto.a. will also be favored where be will entertain his many friends each to be replaced by three incandescent mouly known as the council chamber Bhoitly sail for Europe. Mr. Sterry will York City recently, Manager Raymond
with the boat rac.a and from there the this season. *h>e Count is quite popularand lights. and fail. He did not believe it bad been be absent only a short lime and will re Branning planned an innovation for his

launches will\ be brought to this, city on his many friends are anticipating all :PRICES SOAR HIGH. painted since it was done by Mr. Flag turn in time for the opening of the big : store that will be a delight to their many

flat cars. The season will conclude with kinds of houseboat parties and other social Manager Heekert of the light company ler, many, many years ago. Alderman h'lelat Palm Beach The object'of his friends and customers. The new featureIs

d"spleudidproglam of automobile and functions during his stay at Palm: was present and addressed the council. Grant was requested to Investigate as to visit is understood to be to select a portion skirt and suit department and under
at Atlantic Beach. needed and bids for the the it will be in realitya
boat races Beach. Several questions were fired back and repairs secure of the furnishings for the new :Plaza new arrangement
While here Mr. Morgan will\ perfect The Tropical Sun learns this afternoon forth, and it was shown that the contract .same as well as for the repainting. Hotel in New York of which he will be desirable feature. At the rear end of
about the course,, also of the has been made a spacious room
allowed store
the
Tbe clerk was privilege
arrangements
that the restnrants of John Elllp! of a year ago in regard: to the increase he I propiietor and manager when completed
prizes which this city must files for of city which will be devoted entirely to this
about the of had been called purchasing keeping ref
.l. on Clematis avenue, and "The Judge, of the number lights, '
J.'I"Moffer to lad ace the entry of the boats. ords. Important department. Around three p'
course'for at the foot of Banyan street, will, be off by the council. The price under that Prom a reliable source The TropicalSun have been fitted
\ Anastasia beach is an ideal aides of the room up-
open at the usual hours tomorrow. agreement was to be $1.23 per light. SABBATH OBSERVANCE. learns that the family of the late
and Mr. Morgan be- handsome show cases in which are
;,: automobile races of Notice has been served that they will "Our price will now be $a.so per light At least one good deed can be laid at Joseph Jefferson will not spend I his Lea- brass This
oxidized
this will be one placed hangers.
;, .lieves that eventually Sunday hours, jntb," said Manager Heckert and of the board and that is their
heI' have to observe regular per m the door new ion at Palm Beach 81 has been custom makes the
:f the courses of the State. Owing time to in but it Is learned that they will remain aa his words felt on the ears of the conn Sabbath observance. for many years. Tbis bit of information modern of arrangement the goods handled in easy that de. }
sufficient display
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fact that there not boarders who it sounded as if a New York Sunday instructed to have the 'with
details open, having regular cllmen The mayor was will be received here genu- and greatly simplifies the workcf
which to arrange the necessary must be accommodated. newspaper had fell from the fourth I marshal enforce the city ordinances in tine regret. It is also learned that Mr. partment
believes that It will be iin. caring; for and handling the goods.
I';: Mr.Morgan succeed with auto races here Mrs. M. A.. Chamberlain, mother of floor of The Palms. Manager Heckertwas I this respect according to the following' Frank Jefferson the youngest of the The floor is covered with'a.pretty drug-

''possible to Mrs. F. A. Strahan, of1' this city, died threatened with the old kerosene schedule : ions, has entered the office of a prominent get, while comfortable wicker rockers
this winter. ._ Wednesday at her home at Mims lamp, with total darkness, and many Every place of business in the city broker la New York City and will aad aetteea are placed here and there for

Trains Brevard County. Deceased was in her I other disagreeable things, but he never must close every Sunday morning at 9 follow that vccatiou opening an office of the convenience .of customers. A door
Tourist
;' 69th year, and had been in poor health budged. o'clock, and remain closed for the rest his own se soon as be acquires the proper leads from the south end of the room in
'illness Mrs. Alderman Baker suggested that the of the This includes drug stores as amount of experience.
Start Early for some time. Owing to day. to the altering department where modern
Strahan could aot attend the funeral of \council make the light company a proposition to the hour of closing, but the latter may machinery and, equipment have

her mother, 'which took place at La- \ of $1.50 per light, the city to pay again open at 4 p. m. and remain open For Big Damages.A been installed This room has recently

br+ a Tbr first train through from New York Grange;-eaterd.,. Tbree of the grandChildren all expense of wiring etc., less coat of antil 7 o'clock. suit wee filed today in the circuit been added to the building: and is especially
; to CV..Augustine wU1lene'New York on were present however Messrs. material where the new lights were In Tbis concluded the evening's work Lourt In which damages are claimed adapted for the work.

tt y January 8,several days earlier than ever Walter and Wm. Strahao, and Misa the old circuit and where new circuits and tbe council adjourned. which amount to about the highest sam The entire skirt and suit department

1 ,before' iu the history of the tourist travelto Bernice Strahan. were to be established the company to ever sued for in a Dade county court. is under the supervision of Miss Kinyon

Florida. Prof. R. E. Hall leaves tonight for St. bear the expense. M r. Heckert request From the Orphanage.It The title of the suit is Oscar T. Conk of Troy, Pa., who has been with the

;, On account: of the vast army of tourists Augustine, Jacksonville and other points ed that this proposition be put in writing that will be remembered that the last liD against the Florida East Coast Hotel Brannings: for several years and who

4. already coming Southward more In the tate and Georgia, At St.Augustine and a motion by ,Alderman Heckert Baker to wil Thursday this month will be our "attonal company-'and the damages are laid has boats of friends in the city whom
P train are being 'placed on earlier this and Jacksonville he will confer with effect pasted. Manager It Thanksgiving: day. Last year a In an action in damages oh the case in she will be delighted to see'in her "new. fk

season than before. The Chicago and, officials of the F. E. Railway relative give his answer In about of one the week. number of friends of the Orphanage over the sum (50,0:0.. home." ____________
d Florid Limited will start on its South to securing a better rate than that now Is bellied that the heart company time the atate, unsolicited, sent us a thank While the declaration has not been
ern trip on or about\ January i. offered for the members of the state will melt at the end of a week's shine at, offering.: This has moved us to as* that filed, the suit having been commenced An Outing on Lake Worth
train coming South are a and that they will let their light made day in of to i Now is to visit pointsof
On every ; teachers' association: who have planned this Thanksgiving be a by the issuance a summons appear ,. your opportunity
it great number oi tourists, aad on. every to bold their annual session In this city, $1.50 per. which the Florida Baptist Orphanage it is learned that the suit arises from Interest along Lake Worth. Take a

Ifvo Clyde khtp many come. Railroad, men I nextb mouth.. Mr. Hall will be away OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES. will .ISJH remembered with an offering. charges; made against the character of' trip to Munyon's Island Riviera, the ,
all agree that the touiUt travel to Florlida about a month and in his absence all The matter of occupational licenses Nothing can be more suitable than a the plaIntiff' and which were recently famous Sea Gardens, the Inlet, or else

.is one month earlier this season than matters pertaining to the county schools was again brought up, and after a long ,;Thanksgiving to send gifts to orphan I aired before the circuit court In tbe trial where. Special low rates until! January

ever before, and that more tourists are will be transacted by Chtltaan Burdine I discussion it was for the seventeenth ages. Where services are held on that I of an indictment rendered against the tat, on the launch Rosalind A. D. Merchant
Florida this month than dur* I collector should and sent to the the jury for embeszlcment. master it
coming to of the school board.-Miami Metropolis, time decided that the day, a collection taken plaintiff by grand
leg December: of last season.-Times* proceed with the collection of the licenses 1 is certainly pleasing to our Father. .
poor
i 'Union Thursday. after tbs same manner as he was Where services are not held offerings In the alai of that cake the defend Lathe work on brass sod' steel at Cum-
ant way acquitted. miogs. 9-t3-tf.
Headquarters.We 'BICYCLES at Gumming. wont to do last year. sent by individuals! is an act of worship, Attorney G. A. Worley represents Mr. .

of Clematis ave.,opposite bank West :Palm THE MAYOR'S SUGGJ&STIONS. :Please remember as with a thsDkofier.IDII ConkliD.Miami Record. Just received a fine lot of pullets and
kinds
headquarters for all and of- B. M. Bean Arcadia, Fla. i''
material are and have a big supply of Beach. _ _, Mayor Metcalf wee present, ;. Hartford tires No.. 77, |J oo each, at fat hens. See ours before you buy
j\: crate orange pineapple, tomato and Coats beauat.sd''crates ;; PIERCE BICYCLES at Cummings fered some suggestions for the consideration Wheels for rent, at Cummings. -13-1't Camming 9-i3-tf I Lake Worth Produce Company 8 tw t
l$ and wrap for same. East; opposite bank. U of the board.
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1 ?"N" THE TROPICAL. SUN.Pioneer I Big Catches %% "" r %i wI 'I ,I I:

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=---Papr.,,-. ol Dad County, FloridaPabhabad Of Mackerel $. .,'.

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?(', AT waaT' PALM" ...AOM DADI OOUNtV.H.OMIO' The buRieit place in the city Thursday :Drress Skirts. ,$
t4 ... and yesterday wan the railroad docks, == =- ;
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'E: SUBSCRIPTION PRICE!:, 82.0O PER: : TEAL along which ore located the packing Clast-lfied advertisement) in this column a w' ,.
at one cent per word for each in.
?1 k housei of the various fish companies sertion. Count the words and send the houM.! oome7Possibly '
ween our new<< sto<:k .' : '
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How ,
,The unusual activity waa brought nbd u cash along with tbe order. about that new skirtonjli..M \i"a
Tropical Sun Pbulishing Corap'y :by the large catches of Spanish mucker1 you may wont two or three new 011051;-""V-t-ai' i vr.i.l >-? I4ctlpe< you "should, ant H flOOD ';J.. ./

J e ply CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager.Bfttcred 1, every crew coming in from the ocean WANTED, ROOM FURNISHBD.aud CHEAP bkirt aid' H CHEAP GOOD our..I'o'e arc h iv to sfut. I hat,.we have them BOTH. Our 'f. '

having! brought boats loaded to the rim bath Stale,price hot and and cold location water Address for the winter Room' c-heap skirts are really (GOOD; and .>ut letter' ', gt".f.' ...N Nee n '''''.ed all. rO"flltllAhhf: prirt*. In nut fart '. ', t 1ti

at the Poitufflc of We.t pa..n Beach with fish care The Tropical Sun.MONEY cheaper this year than ever liefoi \\W odtd Ulcu Van> ton them whether you want one or is

i a*aecond-clain matter.t't1 The shipments yesterday bv the East TO LOAN. *

Coast Fish Company alone accounted to
t ------ --- ------- something: like forty barrels or about IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT To begin with we.have a good A fine quality of serge trimm ;',

Miami wants a federal building. and thousand Indian River you want to improve and need money .
a tea pounds The to :
\\llIaek) the government for an appropriation / and Lake Worth Company also made to do it with Beach.apply to Geo. G.' Cut fie, Melton. Skirt in'black & gray ed in box plaits from hip, ':... -";;';; .
Went Palm \ skirt and three :
for that purpose large catches and were kept quite busy $1.75 bottom! of :'
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i,1 packing and shipping: This is about MISCELLANEOUS, rows "of one.inch tucks on,

r Florida has no me men who In the beat catch of the season, and In fact -THEO-- MOELHR Landscape Gardener r :
pose
$5.50 ?
Next .
Is much better than the record: made by and Ploi.1st. 15 years experience in comes a good quality: ( high places) whose characters never local All of the north sud Palm Beach :1
a the companies a rear ago. two years at LacU es' Cloth trimmed with ,
rise above a selfish thought! pertinently these fish are taken from the ocean, and Work taken by the month, day .or job. The test quality of Panama $
Residence Poiusetta street, near council
the quantity is accounted for by favorable I Straps and buttons cornea m tJ
remark') the Timtfl-Urjion. weather conditions cliatmt, r. Cloth- i, put in this" skit :: '

: Blue fish have not been quite so plentiful Fine line of latest style visiting black, $3,25 This has accor&.'ian plat'I: 1
Sir Thomas Lipton ia to try again cards and latest 'In letters' at The
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I{ Edd Pittinan the past week or two, and pompano Tropical Sun. Call and see sample. from hip depth all roxvud tno
4, for the cup in 1007. have also been quite scarce, but taken Another good Ladies Cloth

sirs; that Sir Thomas la: only tensing altogether! the present season ia proving: Leave your orders at *fie TropicalSun. skirt.so that it malics a Very
t much with the fishermen office for all kinds of engravedand Skirt trimmed in straps and
more profitable and full skirt
teoMing' -that he ia only trying monogram stationery and visiting stylish very ,
1 1A than was the I neasou of a year ago: .
'/ cards. plaits knee in
to) sell! his tea" deep front for $5.50'
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Everything 'in the printing line aL comes in blue & black $3.50
State Senator L. W. Zun, of St. Meeting ofSchool The Tropical Sun and all work executed I The finest quality of Panama !
In the very neatest and latest ,.
1 Johns county, advises, us thatabout Board style ot the art. A fine quality Panama Cloth Cloth Skirt, made with clusters

I the 18th inst., be will begin the publication -- -For Sale To-Rent, Boardlng.Furnlsh-- ; Skirt, made with box plaits, of three knife plaits all +

of "The St. Augwtrtine :Meteor The County Board of Public Instruction I' ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at
Tbe Tropical Sun office.The .'(. front and sides; comes in round the skirt, making it
seveu-coluoan four met yesterday' in Miami wltb the
"f a pageweekly. ;
Following members present: II. A. I brown and black, $4.75LADIES' very :tulle $0.5O '

It _____n.______ Pennock, E. W. J. Parrish, W M
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Biml'ne' and R. E. Hall, Supt. .,'
: An exchange; referring to the possibility Communications! were read from a Sirloin Cbtnp'y"DRESSERS'10 .

of lion. E. S. Cri'l''1 enteringthegubernationulrace patron and two of the teachers a' d -

I< says: ''Ciillin Supervisor of the Delray school relativeto :MEN"

punishment of One of the pupils of -, BRANHINGBROS \
i j't t I' a name that will\ suit the poets. It ,
the school: there; and after discussion it .

i will rhyme with BO many things.; was ordered. that the action of tbe teachers "
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be approved. OUr=FIZ ERS 1
la to the of !
regard suspensiou a pupil
The esteemed'Starke Telegraph i.L
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6.:. (alleged) at Daoia, comniunii'ition:: was UEEN $
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: has been enlarged. and otherwise. improved read from tbe teacher there, and the !

'. and in now one of the neatest superintendent made a report of the "
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J i and best edited( Florida weeklies statement of the pupils: father. It was QUtJL. rr' > a!\.' > I. ,
ordered that the superintendent notify -

: that comps .to The Tropical Sun. the patron that in order for the child to PROFESSIONAL .CARDS. )- i

,: The lust l issue of the Telegraph stattd re-enter the school It will be necrssary A woman is apt to feel us *,>he .-.- AW.. Florida East Coast Railway-

I that the editor)\ was fed on sugarcane ( for him to take punishment as requIred as she thinks she l looks.. You .
by tbe teacher, and in future to be gov .
\ by its rural subtcnbers, whichgoes erned under the same regulations as oth can almost detect the women p. O.-,'CIIILLlNOWOUTllATTORNEY local Time Card No. 62. Corrected 1 to show that a real live news-
.;' er pupils of the school. who wear "Queen QII"Jity"shoes AND COUNSELLOR
Mr. Pennock was authorized to bate SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN.
appreciated. NORTN-BOUND-READ UP.
..pa( confident West I'alm Reach Fla.GtU. .
for so
they are
closet screen: constructed at West Jupite 7 1
and also to confer with J. R Parrott {in of o. cuuuii No. 0ai No. 119 STATIONS No. 's No. os
y( Ode of our citizens wad complain. of the appearance Daily Vall" v.n" JUall" _. _' 1 1i0
fence constructec --
regard to
having guard
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ing of rheumatism.- "TVere'a: no their feet. Boots {300 and Attorney and Counsollorat'Law 9 10 a Lr.. _M.l""II"onYIlI"_;_'_M_ jr TOO P 1110 a \.
; along spur true of railroad next to a OT P 919 Ii __..so. JackeonnlieLv" II 113 p 817 a.

J' a) excuse for your being afflicted," soldf"1' .cboollot. He was also requested! to j3.50, Oxfords 2.50 and $3. WEST P\LM' BEACH FLORIDA II II 118 15 P p J1 101111 81.a "" ..___....M.B..ttDICII.H.Se.AUIIUO"OO?.M..H._.... .,.. 'U 11110 I' T Sol'40 a a I

.ee about pump for Loznbatchie. IT UUANN1MO, T JO P 11110 a" ...........?..Eoea Palatka ....,........ .. 1 U y II as a ... I.
# a friend "I used to have rbeuma The of district No 7i 6 1Ti I' Ar. .._............Palatka..... _...._ L.. 'I j j11I.I&; (._.. I
when it would strike ;I trustees special tax and Counaellor-At-Law. '00a S 16 I' J1 71 a L. ...,..............,..Palatka.. ..."..........., Ar 500 p Ue I
and me Attorney
tism I made the following report r V T6W Ar ..._......_8 .;.... Ly'"i10p :::::::::: ,
would hone apd! have my wifi! The Boat d of School Trustees, Special Office over flank) c 910P a 03 a L.. ...................." Mateo.................. Ar asap T 110 a :: 9, I
jo: Young Men WEST PALM BEACH, FLA Tllllp 8J 1.... H._.......... N"..".".._..H...?.. L.. tiT 0 6U ,.>
1"' throw her Arms around my neck and I Tax District No. I, beg to report that C3O aosp1717D H__,_".Dunnena.____ .. 8is I' aas. a ( 1
they have contracted fur the sale of s JO I' n15 p '" .__... .....Dupont......_. ._. .. 881 p II 29 a ,
treatment. Il t MEDICAL AND SURGICAL aup 1:1: p'I ...___.Ormood_._...._ .. 8101' 4J1"a y I
give me a Massage! ; what is known as Hoaglaud school lot at We have the very latest/ .O' 8 as I' 1 81J I' N ___,.D.rloo.....__ "' 8 00 p a a a .

helps me every time. Yotf ought tc 1 Palm Beach in said district t<>* lra. C. J. shoes and Oxfords, of the famous ua IT O. HOOD, JM.PHYSICI4H U. y) 8 0 Of 16.P. 1 I 6.P U pAl' .".'.....?_....,.'..?'.N"w.Port inyrga._.........._......._..?., .... 7 I 80 80 P p 415 4 88 II ei :l.. ,}j.

Clark for the consideration of four thousand .e a 844 p Ar .n.n..I.AkeBe..n.l ..._.__ 0
try it. "I will, said the mbn, AND BURGEON = 10 89 a a si p .. ....., ..... Orange .....,...._ Ltr.. Ifjl 10 p "'t
? M rye I' 86 III' ,
i dollars, and they submit this their W. L. Douglas make. --- 1048 a 4 00 ....... .. P II J
"when will I find ;jour! wife at home?" Office over Potter' bicycle more WEST: I': I' Orange city Junction......... 17 80 P II 46 I' n.
report for tbe approval of your honorable 'PALM HEACU Residence near Royal I h ratio p a 76 P Lv.. ...._..Kew' Bmyrua ..__ LY 9:sfio-p5
For $3 to $5 00 a si .,_....._..
*" p p Oak Hill..._..._ "
t I Cleurwater Piees. board and for the to make Poinciana Hotel. PALM REACH 12.1 10 99 ... ...... 1 54 .' 8 89 a "
authority p.880 I' AI' .. ..n Tltuavala,................ 1 1 II p _.00 a 'T I
> deed pursuant to said contract.On POTTI1I M.I, e W r5o AT ....?.n.H...... Sanford. _.._.._ _. LY 10 on ooo. fn .
\' 11. B. {. O ........ lOOo'aTsTp Ltr .................. Sanford .................. Ar ?........a.. ,,11I.I.. e .
A level headed exchange; says : motion of Mr. Parrish the forego- 8.9898 10 UK I' ; Ly ..._.....T5lf tavitle..._._ lliP"00
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(. tog: report was approved;knd the trustees -' WJSUT!: PALM BCACH F1.A.. ./..> t1 18 p 4 Oil p ...-..-.... Onoon ...??? Lv 9844> a 19 a s s ."'-' ,\
"L arn this one thing, learn it early : of Special Tax District No. I were ffionatfch PatsThe DENTAL Cd lI Il S3 77 p p. sup 4 Up :n: ::=::=:.Eau Haokledge Oatuep.:..:::::== :: ll 3111)8HaI i p 2 144 18 a -i t

'," in We, and learn it well, that the authorized to execute deed for the school u I 10kJ 61.. 4 BUT 54 p ._..n._.Metbournal.. ._ .. 44 a 1 at a a1B1 :!
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p Hebutl.n __
IHt.JL ILJlUCY lR.J.N.Jit.\VMAN:! 1 89 a 6 39 v''i i .n..._........ 'H .I.. 11 04 a a Ir 1
: who dues sot believe aa you do property therein described,having check Patent Leather Shoe (4 .. .S& Smo1a..___ 1017: a 11 Don ,
man
... .Ma II 4ft p ...._.._.Fort .. S. I
made payable to the Dade County Super- Drs. MACY & NEWMAN JC a IK a 7 01 p .... ............__ Tlbbal.I'lerce.H.... .. __ a 10 II II no a96a a 11 181 6* p fA ,.
is not alwnyoa fool. The fact thatyjiihild 23a ..._ .. ? .. |'
Tn. _.
inlendent cf Public Instruction Vncl for that; won't break through.: 5.u. p .. .n. E'len..n_.._ II 11 up.
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7 Up ,Jeoe0 I
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DENTISTS H
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views not in accord with a 89 u 1 1$ .' ......_m.".'..,. .n'H' 9 21 a 1119 t'J ,
with .
1 ward Paine to him to be deposited $4 _. p .. .lItuar .....M......_ "' a 11 a84Ju 11 i 01 i
at only Office in Jefferson Block 8 on a 7 ID p ..._.........Hnlw.Hounil. a IQ
is positive'that i treasurer, : :: 8 27 8141' ... ...... H' !084 p 1
u ':. your neighbor not proof 55 | r. 'WBt Jupiter. ....... + 8 94 a 10
WEST PALM BKACM FLORIDA a 04 a 841 .......... ? 10 p
p
We.tPalra ......._
Beach "
The chairman junced that the following 7 4*
and he is ann 483 a _....,.......BOrn"'D_...._._ a 91sp :s
rJ you are right .wrong, transfers had been- made : Miss |-\lt. J. I!:. L.IUDV 4t 4/7a 99ap'... ...._...... .....Delr..Y...........__w.w T' 911 A aId 108 .O. I
U e 7aD 10 ... .. p .. .
pp nor is it evidence that your neighbor Ida Westgaard from Miami to principal- 1J Dentist -' 46 a 10 a0p .. ..." "/."....Forl......... Dania Lauderdale............__... .".. 81sa t lila 819 808 p .

-I is insincere. If this were true, then! hip of NO.2 Miss Annie Berry to re- The Sirkin 4:}Dlcu First door west of Uncle County Stat 3 S II It 51 a a 1 JO 107&t P I' U". ,.N./. ""_._,..Hm.> --_ a lid a 7...4 p p OQ a..

11 all smart men would belong to one ume her place in primary department Comp'yJefferson Bank > 03 .J$!hy!! !: tt 36 pAr ....."M".........".......loI'lam........'.".....'.'.'.'.....' T,.. 5 8)4 2.t.a 1 39 p .' I

at No. 9. Miss Grace Phelps from No. 9to Block WEST PALM B AC1U KLOHDA Dally
':, party, and All good men to oneI .. HO1IE8TEAD EXTENSION
tl ,' Miami. This action was approved by ,liua. E.

church. :And if All belongtd to one the board. West Palm Beach, Florida .;' B 00 :=: .... ..... ... Bus ..

1 I I .' ."*'party aOlIDe church they would expenses Warrants, after were which drawn the for board incidental d. L. A. WILSON I 10 80 al.......?..jL" ......-..M_r.. owe.tealS.1tflaml.HH..M..._"... L.Ar.//-1"1, ......

.\.: break up both party and 1 chtircb." ;,' No. t __
journed to meet on Dec. 12, 1905 No. 19 Villi" -
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Pao. 10
==- = = Nun Daily Ex. MATFOAT BR.&NCU No.1 : N. 55
,4 VNUVACTUltKR OF .Only Only Bum DalJJ'o: ; Dally.
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Ut'gnrdlf'IoIii of the fact that the CLAIM -- --
I 00 p 10 ]O a 8 00 p 5 211 a L. ....... ----
.Jacllonn..m"........
n aiagi-rs; ot the Tampa Fair movement and Shoes t 08 p 10 IS a II 08 I' II 28 a Ar .S laekllOoYIll"._ Ar ja a 12 80 D .11 30 P ..:, ,_
Lake Worth ProduceCOMPANY Boots I I 10 P 10 11II a 610 I' 8 119 a 1' -...Pablo Beech_ 1v T Bra It U P P ._. ....
09o
were desirlous of obtaining All t'li P 10 lid a 84& I' IJ 0& .. ;,..&I1..ntlo 8""II..H.. .. T TOO 011 a 11 60. I' ._.....
.OOp 1110. 70Op 990.: a "II P _
M.IIf.Yl'Cr'_._ r M '"
1145 a 160itaoaa ..... ...
the free advertising poHsible at thA Repairing in All Kinds of Lea'terGoods P. .
FRUIT AND COMMISSION .
hands of the Florida papers, when it MERCHANTS Neatly Done I PENINSULAR__AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

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came to having the bund bills and

1 cards printed, they very promptly Fruit and Produce, Poultry and [Indian Tanned BncMin; Close toaaec.lon. Made at Miami wllh I'Steamships .f. the. P. 0. Sf S.Company;f.r: rrr. ..

gave the order to n Cincinnati printing Eggs: Our Specialties ,HAVANA AND KEY WEST. '.

.
hiuise, nays the Quincy Timen. .. .. .,....
and Horsehide Shoes TII....Time Tablre"how times
the
If Florida hud DO printing bouses Specials for I from tbeseveral .IBUoo".but tbalr "rrlYaI a.which or trains ma;}be sap. 7i 10 arrive. at and deputy ';_ ,
d..p..ure.a
p 1I0r.8 hl.! Company to be bald l'etII'Cn 'II.'lmea .t.1ed I..u..ntoe"
tble
capable of doing; such work, such an This Week.. I We Stake Our Claimto f FOR TENDER FEET for.DylSe'.or any eonsequotwsw. .arIatntbarefrom_ __

# r,4 action would excusable! but under Another shipment of Imported your patronage: on our I For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other .

the cirouinstance, one would judge King Apples from New York. Homemade Bread. Olive St, North Ol New Jeffersou Bio Information t
SEE THE
TICKET
k that 1'reHident Brown IB better at Fine Pineapples. N AGENT.:
I That it in wholesome" palatable, nil ...
J. D.
making requests t than at granting Orange*. I i trltiotiH.. attested l oy the large nuinIwrof r RAHNER. A88t. Oen'l Pass. Agt.. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA.

I. favors. Grapefruit. _.._ pleased patrons.. We guarantee ; S. H.. RICHMOND, Agent
=== it to h> juat. "like mother lined to D. W..
Bananas.Imported. I FENT0N
Vaniahed.Vben car <20.
Last Hope ml1k with all the improvements'' Perrine Grant Land Company
t leading physicians said that Pennuta, parched 'thut. eMfri! -neo can Hjd The c-holw :

t W. M. Snnttiart, of Pekin, la had In. }Fut Chicken of the flour inatcerH. bent and the eki..rat in.:,U I. IHTATK.TT1: ':. &. ; ": ;
;
.. attention to Its baking Insure' ;: :
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big last hope O( : : : ,
connuirpUoo vanished
curable FLORIDA f"
t its Hiipertority < FR and-: o '\\I; .
( : but Dr. King's Nvi DUcovery : '

II r for Coosumpllon.! Conjh; and Colds, Fresh Bread FABER BROS. One MnutoCough Curo ; '191'

kept"This him great out:specific'of hIs completely Rtave. lIe cured says:/ Cakes and Pies Market and Grocervman For Coughs< and Croup Grubnr Block. Narcis/ ....trff u'cFSt' PALM BEACH FLADYSPEPSIAOJRE 1 .

Daily nt 5 m. WFST PALM BEACH FLORIDA ---- -
Die, aDd saved my life. Since thrn, p. ---,--

c have vied it for over 10 years, ami con8ide -- ----- --- ..' d
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F x it a mutvtlous throat and lung II Lake Worth Produce Comp'y Drtm:'. Early Risers Iq t, '
cure." Slrlcjly actenttGc\ cure for Sore :

Tbruati C Rh"o"; Cold*; sure preven. CtEMATIS AVENUE The famous little pills. ,nA

{ tlve of"Pneumonia.; Guaranteed l. soc ., --- 0-- 0 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT "/-' 'J
1. Iud |loo bottle at any ding .tore.,.. r .t.00..1e--.2. .. ;
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Trial buttle free.; j 'Lo.oey'.candies. Malewaki's.r a a;,2a.61oadh.ad L.&!:J-.p 1 I L C. D.WITT qe/Ale.i .."1'aT T.6aa0Yr0a.. .. i"p. ,
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TIIK: i''R01"JvAI. SUN, WEST TALK" HEACI1! FLOUlUA. 8A1''kr! h Jfi Y. NoVJK.MttMR 1 8, 1905 I'AOE"TUREE"

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Best Products.If .. _._.._ ...... ._ '
Program for ,_ Dairy .. -- ;; .II.k.J. I I" t.t. 111..... w_ ";:

'f r* T-* "> ''; you want good, pure. 'created, i. 1 ThU! Is the Justly Celebrated /'

State Educators wholesome milk try the Palm Beach ,. .

,4 p p. ,Jb\l! IfflstS t..tflj Dairy, purity and cleauliness our ACME HARROWEvery ;::\

; : r- -/' specialty. Drop. sard. Will deliver np-to.dntMfarmer should haveono. IV ''
?r'' The i tesPoduu\meeting\ otitelrlorida( a We are ogentaforUadeCo. 'J!

Edu5j"i1oial{ AisoclatKm! will be hald"Mlafii1't.o as early as 5:30 a.m. .iflJi: Size
G.
--'- One-Morse!, Cultivator.
: December 97, aS and 29.TranspoitaUonTr ,

.All railroads and For Sale at a Bargain.One .

ateami-bip Iwef 1 .have granted one faro almost new, 7 drawer 1 .drop head, tllH BEST ACCOUNT .

? plus. t'ventyftve cents for the round oak Sewing: Machine in first-class working that you ever read or eve will rf'IIdllt a hank account. And the. lunge 1 r

le' trip. Av* op.i':' to ''secure even ,better\- / condition, A regular ISO machine. tile nccnnnt the more interesting i It Is. Why'm' *t start! such account fo 1 ,

rate than H'i.. ''the commttteeon' trans* Will go for {is to first applicant. Address yourself? The method simple find pusy. All ;you have to do I I.* to brinj I,

portati l is nctively at work and if sue box 432, Went Palm Beach. a few dollars to,,

?" ctwrful we wilt\ \ announce e later The Dade County State Bank, West' Palm Beach Florida
ligt ts The follo t fig ,rates have been A ., ,.,Rrd.

grant V"t ihe.hot i.11I) and boarding hou- often etulfl In a earl accident. To heal and. your part is! done so farnrt Hfnrtitig is concern.*!. Yu will hllt". I tti'A

,, 1"' sea. ; ij'tlcyi/a':, );/ Halt'..11'},be headquartersat accidental ii jurie;' use Bucklen'rt Ar- ken the first step in what (prove the nucleiiH; of .t fortune. ,

fa jg,*i a tjjajfy, A\? ren: '?,*<:coni date 300 nica Salve. "A deep wound in my foot, -. .. ..--- -- -- -_ .- .-- -- -. -.. 'i
TIle" : i utbt-rn $* 3f a 4i YT)1e' Sao c"*' from an accident)" .writes Theodore yr a R

toe$4iiii: { iW i The' Bverfttade {a A Schuele of Columbii, t)., "caused me t

ii ,s day.,*,t'rj..-.f8nijHe!! ., t:.reasonable great pain. Physicians were+ helpless! ([.l (Cropical Sun ar -r

t rat't"i": ;, ,, i > but Bucklen's ArnicH Salve quickly I heal, C .
A i'oniMitUM on'lt c*ptlo -.Prot.\Y.W. ed it.'* Soothes and alhe a burns like .

Iallr I 11. K Bragg Mind. Prof. S. R.. Gammmi magic.. 950 at all drug stores, '. i .. '
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.. TIil. Committee wilf give any Hiforma- Garden Seed"V J8 DEPARTMENT Price of an"i-hors..lasi.$14J)11)(). ,I.lv"rp,1( lit \'nur w art iion.

Lion d. .Jrt-d and secure accommodationi 1'e bRVe.other 1.4111"8. Wiitu UH for cirunlur pHctM. '
Just received, a fresh line of garden
k ..ant. Ljeanft/xrarrlfnglrnU! : / '.e s.l{orjilJLwhorrtiuerl
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seeds of all kinds 1, from a standard seed l lhOIl84
b''' it. w. Is equipped with modern machinery and appliancesand Hatclieti-OaCainara Hardware
: Lake-Worth Produce. Co. Co.
C't'xeqa will' gsvt\ a free
r ; I % t 1ih' 1 ofj Miami f' .
1't '
y..', .cur ton on Friday xfttrnohn'trip the ----- --- executes work in a style that is up-to-now West Palm :Beach, Florida
of the' P. Lowney! cao+1Ies. Mojewski's. t. l
.and
gtt'f i&-am return ..
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gay .. ..
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I amt( o' tteuutere, "
.'. "V:;'fI" tJ' Last Ho JVanished.MWhen.leading ? ---
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\ ..' ; PROGRAM. ermtrtt+mVVVVYVrtr.r..rev.rmviYYYvvttntnvaV.SUMMER -
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.J physiciaus laId that
.. W.,!II'e, *lay, Def 97.' evening" session II;' ,WUSniituart, of Pekin., la., had in- 1o00ooo0oooo..o
HOTEL CHICAGO
fI' 8i"'clock-: %:: > ,: curable J'UJUnrARD'f'S'
con'nU1 lon his last
orchestra.IJ hope vnn- Wngf Palm Beach Nov. 4, 100/1 V
tW A ----- ---
M nM c hv Biscayue ished'but Dr. h 4g" New .J.
Discovery
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4 Inxcmlon, ..} W. Farris. D.. rfj;,: for.). Consumption Coughs and Colds,
/J' Adilrms' welcome: on.' behalf of the ,' kept him out of his' grWvfe: $ He says: HOTELt DELI):: Pt An0 Country Sausage and i 1'

oi Mitchell D Price,
: clly MijiniJ.by lion "This great specific completely curedme : 'I A : and 'l'r'IDHi II't'IIotf'I.
Utah-Class! Family Buckwheat
W' "' Onbehafoftheteach'eraof'Dade.; { county ; ... Cakes 0
andisau-ed my tile; Since then, I ,
t by Pr f, W. W. Hall, principal Miami have use;tit for over 10 years, and COD- Locntod between ItoiildvarU Washington( adjourning/and Madison the lhl"IIKU:AvenilvH Unl..erHlty., fr'VTitliiK: on tho Midway Iteal Country Pork SIJU8t1 eS of the moat delicious flavor, Il

:.bc''!.at'bobl;,; ; side .It. a marvelous throat and lung Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People packed) six nice-sausages! in
,r4' Mure. by Biscayne 1 orchestra'. cur ." Strictly wcienMfic cure for ,Wore from $30 to $40 per Week. you will certainly' be delighted; with these. Fry them crisp
'df' v > HeipoaTw h J W.rillcCruuKSupiriu- in their.nwn fat Price 25 cents .
v O. tin.
:;1t J Throats Cough. or Colds; sure preventive Twelve minutes from clown rown'vlu IlllnolH f''lItrnlltllllwIIY. per

'c w'' ., ''temleul Tampa City schools.. of PIIc>ullloula. Guaranteed,, 500 All. trnlim stop| nt (hard Ht... to wlilrh. ( l>nit ;ate Hlmulil liu i checked, R
/!" .' Annual 'odd res", by the piesMent, A. New Buckwheat
rod $i oo bottles at any drug store. BRADLEY A MUSCRVB. Proprietor. I

y A. Murphree.Thnriday Trial buttle free. .
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..-. .....-. : mnowiiiHtockinpnokHgesall preparnd. Rod ready' ,for use.
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forenoon', 9 o'clock. --- -. .-- -- .
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old O' -
;, Invocation, Rev W. K. Stanton.t Still al the stand ,Send us your r Syrup Logo; with the 'IIkeM, of all aorta. Maple\( syrup. w

,t ; _' .. Vocal aolo.jielecl.eil.. : Miss. Pearl Gardl laundry.Irabal!'" Steam Sitlaficiion Laundry guaranteed-: at Soathe R&ilwaythrough bright, heavy 1)tyreIn")yrup..qu quart rt tins bottles 15 cents CO cents.Florida,]Honey Drip the fa-a

ner. ; 1'- __-._ .. vortle.in bulk, quart 15 cents. Karo Corn Syrup, liked [by i'
( 1 Lecliua; : A .'." .. \. r tina 10 cents
many
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1 I Science I In \b grammar j grades,'!!. M. PhI RCE BICYCJrES.at t':4:"Cumniings; I' s

Clematis.a've, ppoiitebatik; tf L. W. BURKH RDT.
Bvansof T
t Ten minutes general discussion. Kind b Files N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, Oral and Feed.B3Tlt .

Tracking E M'lh' ) in the gnomon: for will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.

schools! Rtiss 'Ada 1:. Merritc. principal To draw the fire our of a burn,heal a Two, fast i

l r .Lemont CltyItrMd.ed.8cboo', cut'without leaving a 'scar, or .to cure IOOOOOOOOOOQ

generat'discuseion; boils, sores letter, eczema and. all skin
Trnanlautes trains be- -
.. daily
o'clock. and scalp diseases, use DeWilt's Witch ,
Thursday afterooon:30
hazel Salve. A for blind bleed
; Solo, !Mia, Eugene Romfh. specific c'
i : Aonnal address .o( W. M. Holloway lug, itching and protruding piles. Stops tween the North' ,. ..L
the pain instantly and Cures peimanenty. \
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Ute.apperlnwndenl.! .
.r of stuityOf' the Get the genuine. Sold by A' G. and the South.
t : : ,y''' The.Ktanilard couase

& '" t a'high, .; ,'c boo1 s) what itahonld py 4 byR.M Rlegel. % .. .

;Ra)'. principal Plant City high school; For particulars '
'Do not forget that Dr. El: 11. Armstrong
L. B. Edw.., ../Suwannee high school.
and stuff of Eye and Nerve Spec-
Thirty minutes for general discussion.ThotttUy :
alistN, of Jacksonville. will be at tbe sleeping car reservations ,
evening, 8 o'clock.
Seminole hotel here on Nov. a i, aa and 0
i Music, by-Biscayne orche.tn.t They that all their former
23 request etc. address :
Male quarteele.efected.a c patients will come to the hotel for an ; .
of the public barroom f a
The opposition; -
inspection of their cases and would invite
r' to the public achoola.blt .
J any others who are In need of their
Giving tb..I l.>y ".aq ale deal, b) Prof, .
service to see' themTeaehlnw
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+ A I. 1.. tSurprle stets; Univtrhity.Lecture. .

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tFrldjty .

J v furenoon o clock, the Teacher.In J.;C. LUSK,

.Invocation, Rev J. L [.oYl'. their efforts to( teach children parents .
I. m a, solo Miss Julia Talin't-rro. are often surprised\ by the original l District Passenger Agent; Jacksonville. Flu.

'tv6 Some hilth school Ideal Miss lIaUleCarpe..tn views which the. youngsters take andy
> their' presentation of views which.
of Miami .
? -bllo they'inny be but partial, are at
"" Paptrl Ity J. Wluulry/ principal- east correct and discriminating l so, far Atlantic Coast Line

," Land high school. /I-; ns they. go>; ,

Esprvtuious and )Itl' relation ,lo educa It occurred to a fatherwho noticeda THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROMCONNECTIONS LORIDA Tri-Weekly Sailings Between

thou aid life. Mins\ Edith .M. Muses of'TatJab:1"8t. carpenter hammering upon the root

: .' of a distant house that he would give JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK

o'clock buni 'session its little;; eon eight'years old a lesson i
It attention to the The Over its own rails to Savannah Calling at Charleaion R.C., both waya. 1
n physics by calling' East
r
Friday afternoon THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS M THtl: COASTWISE SERVICE
& Occidental fact that the blows of> the hammer Charleston, Richmond and Washington -
Excursion on Peninsular ------ ------
could be seep before sound made
i ., steamer to'the gulf stream by citizens of them could be heard the and explaining by via All Rail thence via Pennsylvania Ry. THE CLYDE NEW E NO LAM) AND SOUTHERN LINESDirect

:Miami., that: the difference in time between ---- Service Betweei.'
Friday evening. bo: seeing of the blows and the hearing JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND' PROVIDENCE,
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'fet Coecert..by Miami .Cootetvatory! of ot.the noise was due to thefact, that the The Louisville Nashville via Montgomery AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. '
West 1
Calling at Charleston both ways
a Music. tight travels.; much foster than sound. The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery SEMI.W ECRLY SAILINGS. 44
'Reception by citizens of Miami. He nought to Introduce the subject by Southbound; \ From Lewis' Wharf, Boston (s'

S WUml.U.one. of. the,,most attractive asking the boy It be understood why It Northbound\ From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
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and the executive was that he could sea the hammer fall To Via Savannah 'and Ocean Steamship Company for New ---
the state,
in
t places before he could bear the noise of the The York, Philadelphia Boston.
I -' couitnlttee( is'anxious to have a large at- stroke. He vas 'astonished to receive Eastvia t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and' Halt! CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE l '
J: D.I;Carn, t
; WU'nc.l yf the reply "Yes. It's because my eyes more. Between Jacksonville and 3anford. _

: .. Chairman Eaecntive Committee. are nearer.-'to the hammer than my steamship Via Savannah for Baltimore Merchants and Philadelphia.& Miners Transportation. Cora. Stopping PaUtka Astor, St. Francis, Berestord (DeLand) and
r ears."-St Nicholas. pany Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River 4'
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> ';' t.> / .- ..Cheated Death. TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental Steamer "Citv of Jaoksonville"I.appolnted

v Sidney trouble oflen'ende fatally, but How a.. Ureklan Swim. .
I ( to Mil lollowal-Le..v.Jacksonville Sundays Tuesdays and TlmradAya 8:80 p m
andHAVANA
Pea urchins or "1If'a eggs.;' have a "
bycbbo !u< the'right medicine B. H. Steamship CompanySUBSCRIBE itetn'ninglearea.ntordMundnpeWedQoxlaysandRunda l l at 9:80: .m.
queer method of locomotion. They are
thrmed
.. Wolfe of Bear Grov. lows, protected by sharp. spines, but these Southbound Schedule. Northbound 't
lie savoy"i "Two years ago J had Read down. Read op R
.. deatH. wHcb caused! me great spines do not coven all the surface. SOMETHING NEWT Leavejjopm ..... ... ...j. .. JACKSONVILLE .. ..... ...... .....:..A"I..loo.... e
Kidney Trouble and anaiel'{ but This Is divided up Into segments like iterchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tae principur 8 <5pm .... .... ... .... .. .. PAI.ATKA.. .... ........ .. .... .... I....*.S oo pra 7 FT
pain suffering, ,.which .effected a cook it rough rinded melon. The narrow roads in the Southern :States, are ou sale by tbe principal agenta. j oo am ,.... .... .. ........... ASTOR ..... .. ..m..... .... .... S 30 pra
, a Electric: Hitter.I ba.e also hinnd them! of segments "are. pierced with )holes.. through( Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Liue. dpoan .... ......... ... .. fC. FRANCIS .... ... .. ............. .. Soopm
\ plet.cure.benefit jreneral n rbH 'y: and Through these small boles the "lIelelfp" \ Frank C. B yleston, Commercial Agent W. D. Stark.. Traveling Passenger! .. __ .... ...... .. ,., .. BRF.RSFORD; : (OCI.AND)...... .... .... ... ., I seem '
r w great tn and keep them constant- little tubes, which net Av'nt. 138 Vest Boy street, Aslor BuH Jacksonville., Fla. II. M. Emerson "Arrive6 3cum.. ....... .................. ......8AN".>RI) ..... ........... ...... 9 poem
protrude ,
'nerve trouble since, a. I find they have >>0 curious Tr. tEc Mana er, W. J. Craiit, General Passenger A Wilmington.. N C. 10 OOnm....................................ENTEUPR1SK............... ..........:...... 1O OO am
j |ly on hand, as'feet tit the ;following/ way:
z-.; equal." Alldu\ RiftSRuaiantee! : }hem The'lIulmal Inflates the tubes In the r General Passenger and Ticket Office. $122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.F'.M.IIt.NMOVl4ICUJr.Ass'Uen'IPosart15West .

at SO cent water from little suckers at the hack ---
Itself for : : : Bay JankimnTllle, ria., i '
It
and In this pushes
.. way IV.b'.000I'KR.Jr.Prelhthet' ; C. r.LUVELLSup6; .
tl Sack: i unt of (he annual nieetlnjc of ward. The tubular feet are fitted to FOB THE SUN Kocitor Hogan street Jn KaanTil1n. Florida'
AC.IiarlKltTYneonriu.t'nt'asn.Art..NewYoL" CL\] gMtLNEfleetPr'tArtN.T!
.. 1' M the; S1''utlieru1 H.tusalitDal Association every ,side' of the creature which la VHKO O. KOKK -WM. P. CLVDK *. 110.! y ,
lieVille/'Tenn.-,- f4ovemb thus enabled to mote In any directionIt I."rellllana, UeneralAfCntaChvsebrouKh ,
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: which meetaat ; ; nnlldlnn" ID State Street New Tnrk 4
.. r9* tn '5. tncln l.e, the Atlantic I pleases -' .. --- A.

Y,, 'Coast' tine Railway heal arranged to sell "....... 1 wUh to Inform every pbrn.n within ono"ImiKlredniileitof
Cooafortlnal : ------------- -
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WiatValm Ittinol.lli I Iim V,?
fare I IEl !
plus.lwenty-
: ..tickets at one flrt class It takes a good deal to upsot the New iiBir wntehsweloekand. e, '
Iwro to r'' your If TOO want to fc the ,.
.a fl eceoU for the round trip. there glunder'. equanimity.) A New Hampshire //ewehprtu: and lit 11i.r::'; {you. will anything* .|> tiil' u ii you or, GEO. HASLEHURST & SON dvtjbrls .bi(.eM returoa..for fffSffA

: tlck..ti"will be on ale Novetnr"*, a.i ai d farmer_was_ driving past a coun- eyeglastet may want In my liuu. i nm nut a "wlnU'rvldtor. t7"1r/ your IaIIor. nsfiiffi ,

w 's1b' ::, ..II, D"I t ln| U of "lInle sill* he '0 ",her try house and witnessed the tragedyof .owner" but i In wnnuinoid l>uclt> Co: and re i|Mii-fiCtly>ltnl!! property Iv.potleible IjJStvW" ,your ora.....around', allbnl (fS Vj>Jj SfSfTal : t* ;

nr 'JO. for full infor. i"Uo'. r ties p n< car a child falling Into it. well. Instead for any b..."' ..... you may hove Contractors and BuildersP. **W to plant anrtblDg but a S;2r '
*: Lit to tbe scene be to transact' with mi. Walohua nnUjenulry
Cbast e of rushing appalled
,1 reservations .ere Atlantic In now! of repairing may he mutt by ruRlvter.
... observed that plenty of help was at lid mail or.xl"........ I will exkinlne and ra. BOX FERRY
Y ; of write, mall-If the prlaa I I. not 304
I regents and Jogged stolidly on. About a port suet by return
band .
A e Prank C, Boylnion. i 5"t!'f\oto>''', you can mili-r tho(1".1./ re-.
wile below lived an aunt of the little ,turned.withnutcharge.. I have .bad twen.tv +
SEEDS ,
Ant whom the accident bad befallen exjHirlenoe with nomtfufthe: butt d r r
girl :7n Now Vork and: 'llalllinuraeUra
: ; "How do Mis' Faith"' he drawled to n lead Watchmaker and Optician forUreenteaf Kodol Dyspepsia Curo rest. standard afler"yon'two. _
\ Tbvy .iw.ys prod
.' t, -' ---- tbe woman shelling peas by; the kitchen Crab) fu,JiuskMoiiyltlo.VheM what oat. and ."!!..( j
ItW"' l : facta besnalnlant.esnr.aoe l Digests you Ih't\: \dsl.tu..n
Dulrabrc u 7 op1e wlhm( the best of door "I Jus seen ;your sister's little that 1 uniam.ued:: \ my :hiwlnena:: andI I o I .\II.... Our !.... J ,
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cistern. I she's guarantee.Iltlfacllunln every ease.I' -
tedto the ,meals gal| fall down the guess raquuttt.
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his
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a Minaret Cottage
.rved at .
br Magatine. > .TtIOIT.III0"
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fI"" -- bit"all It you'd been worryln" with one'ti children leave home and.achieve: 'din'- .-It tfhoot ba'paid thaw t a.daughter"ba an' help them furnish their hotels .', '.rl'sl ...'.

',''', them children through this hot spell. itu peudence! Ha would have settling ofl mine was married away from her Edward said should." : ", :J,

'i I But what will ;your father Bay? lIe's with this high l I":tided young wo home an' without a weddin' dinner. Mandy smllod rel,11lnltllt't'nt11., She TiIROPP, .JJiIi' ,, ,

Mandy'sBy expectln' you to watt over in Cbadrou mi u, but not ton!) .. Tie must re- We've got the whole day before u,, should: certainly buy a red plunh sofa \
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for the celebration an' hear him apeak. sen'.') life energy, hm, tl!,>loiincy[ hi. It's ouly a little past; 7, an' I've got( a for Effle'a parlor if there was ,one in ,_0 ,2\

:I Decla.ra..tionI'i He'll be dreadful put out about your vo:c.', for tho mOl i'ov- There was muchat little money of my own that I've been town.' Thin she looked back at her ',' vV
com In'. Dear me what a lot of bundles stake on the morrow sa.Iu' for somethln Just like thisIn ..' husband. His hand grasped the porch "

'" I'm 'frald you've beeu wastln' A narrow trail of white dust against. her excitement she bad forgotten post, and his fact; was distorted vlta pL. i ",

i' ; EFES W. SARGENT your bard earned money an' your father ,," a cloudless blue sky '\was all that told that the nickels and dimes had been rage ". \

II ''"r .... won't be pleased at all." of the departure) of David Grimes for laid aside to buy new underwear.. for "D',. wean, to say she m..rrled"\bat\ I

.,. "' ,.":%r Copyright ,by Kp W. S! rent, Tiny lines formed around the girl's the scene of bin antlcipated-.trlumpha. her "laying out" a custom prevalentin Jameson? And you helped her to /"" ,.I

,!,I,".,' ', mouth but her voice was gentle Arrayed In broadcloth and linen, respective her'family for many generations snenk out of her fa&er's house HUa- .. ; I
l'h "Let' go up to my room, mother, ly brushed and luuudeml by; Mail-' which for her ,lacked any elen.etit HSe"$ J .\

"'; [ fHBl men of Jepson Center laid, dear, and ve'll open the packages. I dy's halide and carefully bidden by along of grewsomeness. "We'll have some "That's Just.what she dldn't'dot'vid. : I,, ,

: I 1. I tt>at David Crimea was ,a have so much to tell ;you." liiiou duster, he had climbed Int'i' of the girls you' went''' to school with. She was married right here in j<

W";:.: shrewd politician with! a clean But .once within the shelter of the tho I IK. t .buggy. ; whIch hud "been led t > There's Mary Harter-she said shewouldn't.Qo her mother's parlor an' with soiue. of: ./ 5t,

l '<,:., record and he deserved to oI dormer windowed' room lime: Grimes the gate/ by tll' <.ousolate; Jlm1.;. tothe celebration becauseshe her old friends for witnesses an' we ",. I".

""I, to cougrews.. The women ,pronounced I 0 turned strangely silent. It required The latter, barred from both celebra- hates cannon an' noise--an' Lucy had a dinner. There ain't no use for *" :' l''I '

,: \' him a hard taskmaster and husband, a several minute to remove her hat and tion and circus, felt his patriotism Burns didn't get ber Jewdresll finish you to swear an' carry on, David. I J

"fl/!' skinflint, unworthy of the wife who replace the plus at the proper angle. oozing rapidly from his grimy finger ed. You. get them, two to help us fix am her mother, an' I ought to have "' -" \ '

0fa.;; bad helped to make"him what be was, Then she unpacked her small hand tips. Etlie,laid a caressing hand on' his up the house with flowers Mandy some say. I'm goln to have some'/any, .

r :; the political autocrat of Niobrara coun bag and arranged with elaborate care shoulder and said: fairly quivered with happiness and too about the houxe. I've helped you 'fll

i L ty. But Grimes cared little enough for her few toilet article! on the crocheted "Well. Jimmy, I guess It Is just about' new found powers while Effle stood pay for it an' everything that's fu It, POWDER. : ,,

,I' the latter opinion. Women could not bureau mats. Her mother watched time for our celebration to begln:,* dumfounded In the presence of this an' the law gives ma a share of it. .'; ",', 'I,

vote. The greed for Votes, for political each move with anxious eyes. Something hard and shiny slid Into his sudden 'assertion-ef maternal rights You told me ;yesterday I wasn't much Absolutely Pure

c tl' advancement and power was upon him, "Elfie," she asked In tremulous tones baud. Jimmy gasped. Never before "I've got chickens a-plenty, and there's on appearances but that's your fault ,' ,: \

i ,:,: and the morrow would mark the first "I hope It ain't young Jameson. Your bad be owned a whole dollar.", "For the time to beat up a couple of cakes. No. one, that's lived the slnu\*! a i life I HAS l V 'aiffDailA J ,I

,:i. great crisis of his life. father is most eternally let against. I circus part of it, dearly and the rest Thank goodness we didn't cat up 'all have would be. I'm golu to live like Cream of Tartar Powdar, "

1 \y I: From Ju \ lce of the peace to congress him an' your havlu' anything to do for cannon firecrackers. Be sure Jon of that best apple Jelly. Now you run other women do an' I'm goin' over" to free from alum or phoaphatlo 'f 1 ",
:;+; man In eight ;years! Ills drat election with him. Au' you know your father.". I get an extra large one and) shoot it for the girls while I'' set Jimmy.catchin' EMwattt's' 'an' El e's every .mouth. Edward acid \

t.r" had. been a walkover. The office of Ethic was bidden In the closet. It 0 for me. You know I'm afraid to touch the chickens. If Ed come "whll ; he IIald..-*... ,
time to fiud just the It off myself" I'll send him red to a bull. MOVAL BAKINO POWDtft CO., MKW VOHK, i i"
'aherlff bad fairly!; fallen Into bla lap, took her some you're gone right over The mane wan as a rag .
and he had gone to the state legislature right corner In which to tuck her hand And with a smile the girl drew her to engage. the preacher" David Grimes smote the piazza railing ,1

backed by the' olid vote of his party; bng.. When she finally emerged her 0 mother's arm through her own and And Mandy Grimes, rejuvenatednay with his flat :'

,y But the office of congressman was the face was quite pale but her voice was started back toward the bouse. Mrs '' born anew-hurried, with a soft "D'ye know that smooth faced, lying FOWliR BROS. & KING ;.

I .gift not only of his own coupty but of quiet and even .Grimes protested feebly againstthe extravagance tune on her lips, toward the barn young rascal has got the promise of '.

r, r' Hock Creek also, and then there was "Yes, I ought to know father. I've but Efflo laid a loving' handover where Jimmy was rushing through his the nomination to congress which was "'. '

t I young Jameson of Chadron to be con lived In the same house with him long her mother's lips. chores as only a small boy. with a silver mine by rights He's beaten me, beat MACHINE SHOP ,, ,;'; .,

It ., sidered. Well tomorrow's conference enough Then, seeing that her bitter "I must-I must r something" perfectly dollar burning a bole.in his pocket en the father of his wife, and stole his GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALT ''i:' \\.
: would settle the question. Smythe man tones had brought the old shadow to I wild. 1 am so happy, can hurry. wife in the bargain. He's" ALL KINDS of LATHS and 8HAP R WORK ; :
;: "
L; sger of the great land syndicate and her mother's face, she continued gently 0 But there was a suggestion of tears C .*" S e. e e Mandy Grimes drew herself tip, and ,ii'

i irrigation company; which controlled : "We won't talk any more "about, ,' In her voice and her bands this mornIng In the-dull Maze of the midsummer; \ more than ever the' doorway seemed GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES .u ltr

l?' mile after mile of redeemable propertyand Ed-I mean Mr. Jameson. I want ;you. wore not cool nod firm,but hot and unset David Grimes drove slowly toward barred. FOR SALE

hundreds of votes was coming to see the new dress 1 bought you.. trembling. Mandy- turned anxious eyes. Jepson Center The seat beside "Well all I've, got to say !Is that I'm it; :

from Omaha to attend the county celebration The color flow, -to Mrs Grimes' face. on tier firstborn. him was vacant and the dust fell, nn<- glad the nomination's been kept In the Near Ferrr Landing, Lake Front, %;,,:. j jWEIR'

at Chadron on Independence She clasped her hands together nervously "Eme, you ain't Bated natural slnj e noticed on his black suit and withered family An' as for the rest, I dou't PALM BEACH FLORIDA 1i h''

", day. to inspect the company's broad as Eme untied the package and you come" homeWat's on yonr linen. Ills duster at this moment hung want any scene made here. There'sbeen \ r.." f.1 f.y f.

farms and to take a baud in the politIcal a proud light shone In her eyes. Effle, mind? ? I ou a peg in Chadron's principal livery scandal enough about the way .,'

4' game. her' eldest born had given first thoughtto "You, Just now," fame the quick reI I stable. The superintendent of the North you treat ;your fam'ly without ;your .//",

And David Grimes wa to be orator her, had -bought her a dress with spouse. "I don't like to be selfish, but farm bad remained over for the fireworks shoutln' so the whole neighborhood\ can PHVatc: School

of the day! Flags would flutter; bands I the first money uba. had ever earned. I and ball. The pyrotechnics/ in hear ;you. If you waa! Wt as proud of :;

If / would play; ; cheers would. follow his ret force of habit prompted the next the bosom of David Grimes were sufficient your foUa t\nt' treated them half as de- :For Boys and Girls''

great speech. A strange thrill passed words. to satisfy! that geqtleman fully, cent as ;you do ;your voters we wpuldn't

over this usually cold, calculating and "You hadn't ought to, dear, an' your elnl J und be had been glad to escape from be the talk of Jepson Center. I'm I MISS L."B.: HINDRY tf'i ,

.- self contained man. Then his momen- father won't like It. He was Just sayIn' tho gaping, applauding crowds at the plumb sick of be In' spoke of as "poor I;
tary enthusiasm died. A light. touch this morntn' he expected you'd havea county seat-not that his oration', had Mandy Grimes/ Now If ;you have any I Tan-y.ralt Bach Evemim Street ,(di'.",

rested on his arm. nice nest egg In the Chadron bank. failed to win the approval of his constituents swearln' to do you march out to the Morning Sessions 8:80 to latfltt ,

"David, if ;you don't mind. I'd like You know be believes In savin'." but there are occasions when barn an' do It:" I've got to help Jenny Miss Illndry: will twelve ben musk. pupthi' a.

to go over to the celebration with you Effle straightened up, her eyes blazing constituents are unavailing. This had clear up the weddin' hes. Your supper u.uallD the aft rpaosa 'ri!, 1 1I

t tomorrow. I ain't been to Cbadrou in I, her face set and determined. '''Ilrr+I' been one of them.It '11 be ready in ten minutes! "

'I' three years and I ain't never heard "I haven't saved a cent not a cent, 'Iy had all happened at the conference, She turned abruptly\ and walked' Into \
1 ypu sp -ak in public. I"- do ;you understand And I know what the par\or.\ Hot husband stood transfixed '
when with the of the
plaudits crotr- ;
Crimea .glanced superciliously at the he believes. Heaven knows we've had as she disappeared; then his grip Louisville \ '
ulP+, stlll ringing in his ears, he bad heard & Nashville
Blender
figure beside him then down heads .
his theories drummed into our state as he could on the, porch rail! gradually loosened.His ,
bluntly- !
the alkali sprinkled street to Morgan's. with breakfast dinner and supper ever Pmytbp expression changed from fury to 4 "
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have worded it himself that a ,
I. store, where a row of ranch teams announced since I can remember. I have paid my F rli should represent the district;youngerman in amazement to incredulity and finally RaiJ.road :'
the presence of voters. board and what was left over was to tboughtfulness. Without a word he
nnd the which his
congress, young man J'
"Chadron won't be any; place for mine to do with as I liked. I don't consider r turned on bla heel, walked down to the
and Rock Creek
company; Incidentally
women folks tomorrow. There'll be that I owe my father a cent of It. gate and led his horse round to the stable. -
,more politics than skyrockets In the He brought me Into the world, and It county had in mind was Edward P. Poorhouse Jenny, picking chick-- '

ah, and I'll be too busy to bother was his duty to care for me, ;yet he begrudged Jameson attention who by bad his attracted skillful handling considerable ofa en bone watched him curiously from Very Low Rate Round-Trip jr'

with you. I've promised Brooks, superintendent every mouthful I ate. lIe never the pantry window. But Mandy/alone; .f,
big lawsuit in Omaha. The autocrat J""
of the North farm, the took any Interest In me until I be- In the dim, disordered parlor, clasped '
of Center had bowed to the
Jepson
t. extra place in my buggy Besides one came a breadwinner-until some one and unclasped her bands nervously\ Summer :?
t aa represented by Smythe and
I woman from the will be powers
family; else saw my worth.. "I declare I dou't know how I ever lb
enough, I'm thinking and I've written She, stopped horrified at the white I had walked proudly, erectly from the did It. I ain't quite sure whether I It
room at the close of the conference
Eme to stay over for the celebration, shocked face of her mother. Then she was what Effle and Edward said or TOURIST TICKETS :;
Jameson! If It bad been ,
one but
: any
being as her teaching there this win flung both arms round the trembling Just because it was Independence day. ,
that conceited upstart, who had been
ter has .given her something of a standing o figure and held the little mother tight; If I'd known he'd take It so well I'd
with the board. I need forbidden his houqel, It was well that .
all the
I "I don't mean to be wicked but I "the read my rights ;years ago.! But I have .
help I can get just now and Effle '11 can't help It. Only I do love you, mother rising young politician, as the : some good times comln yef'. Edwardsays
make better Chadron Bugle. called him, bad not been On sale dally to various
a than : points of th.North
appearance ;you dear, and, oh. I wish I hadn't"She he's goln' to tnke me to Omaha In
i at the conference. and west,limited to October alit .
would. You ain't much on style Man to return -
caught her breath and turned the fall. I don't suppose It's wifely
"Hello._Mr. Orlme8r.The' Including Chicago. Milwaukee.
dy nor on making to folks.. lie
..... up quickly to tear open one of the pack way to feel but I'm glad Edward beat Minneapolis at. Paul, Denvnr
said this the
tfWhroned
with
brutal autocrat his
frankness of Jerked
ages from which she took out a ready him for the nomination. Ilavtn' that Colorado Pueblo
Hprlngs.
i the self centered absorbed individual made dress of black and white lawn, "I'm afraid you tfient ton much Jor it"I horse to .a standstill, A bent figure I lesson kind of took the life out o( him
I and, without waiting for ber reply hen sidled up to the buggy It was only"Pap" I *
lace. made It
trimmed with narrow black I an easier for me. Yes, Jenny
am so glad you did not go with father Extremely. low rate to Portland
strode off toward Burns but he Orvgoa
!had vote
Morgan's store. a and
"There It Is l mother mine! for for I'm comln', an* you can put the rest of account Lewi and Clark CeDWODI..18"po.\\.
to the celebration: ;you
1 But there would from habit Grimes
have been forced
no reply. 'silently a genial. that weddin' lion i aluo to San Franclwo and Ix.
For a time the elder woman sat be cake out for Jimmy an > Aog-elee.
dear I to mar.ried
Patient docile Mandy had long since see, mother um going greeting.
"
Mr. Grimes'
picking at the narrow edgingwhich and It would be hard not supper .
learned the futility of arguing/ against had become crumpled In carry- today, "You don't mind givln' me a lift the Only lin.e eratingtbrough.leeper.from
you'at ceremony.1'They
fate la the form of her masterful hus Ing. Her touch was almost reverent.It to have the rest uv the way, do ;your aQk'J'! Florida to Chicago
house this
band. Her first lesson bad come twenty had reached the by Is warn an' them circus tents Is / ,''
; thebakln'eat : : '
had been so since she Dr. B H.
many ;years Armstrong the Bye and ..
weakly
time, end Mrs. Grimes dropped
years before when, after a brief
;
had owned a whole new dress. Then Into the : chair. Eme knelt beside -* places. I seen ;your Jimmy Nerve Specialist of Jacksonville will beat Florida to operating' .ulna pers from
wedding to "David'sfplks nearest
journey see 8'. LouU
there.
with
two great tears of joy splashed on the It was a blamed poor show, the Car Borvlce.
," they had off at Cbad her. I hotel hete on Nov 21'22-2., .
; stopped Insertion which crisscrossed the front but he seemed to find the lemonade .. .
ron to buy the simple for "You mustn't blame me too much for '
furnishings
of the waist an peanuts to his llkln. Circuses ain't i Through Tourist Sleepers to California
their new home. Mandy, steeped in not telling ;you before but I was afraid .
what they when an'
was
"Oh Effle how did know I'd you mewasboys
,
the fairyland of fU1Jltnre. had you father would find out He would never Geo. S. ..
r new Hacker &
dreamed of bavin' a dress like this every Dave. Now, when"'The Son
been brought back suddenly I to realities give his consent to my marrying Ed. Finest Dining'. Car Service In the South.
'summer for five years? But; I'm garrulous old chap chattered on, ..
There I. nothing but political feeling .
by the brusque tones of her husband
afraid you spent too much for It. That but Grimes was 'not listening U.
: on his part, for Ed Jameson hasn't an-, feft-Aik for tIcket. via L, and N.-' ..
lace cost a dollar a bolt If It cost a cent fatherIs made a rapid calculation. Jimmy bad ....
"That red plush sofa ain't going Into other enemy In the world, only
Then there was the makln'." spent not less than 76 cents-wasted
parlor. You well afraid of him, afraid of EdB powerIn
S might
as
my understand
Two cool, firm hands drew away the money.: Mandy might j ot realize the
1s t now and for good that st politics. We love each other and I o For rate andKhedule to any point North
I dress, and Effle-tall, self contained Ef gravity his own political! downfall or went and for Pullman reservations call
real home not abiding ,
long as I pay the bills I expect to run want a home, a an .
fle-slipped Into her mother's arms and but she should be made to understand .ran on or writ "
: my own house"Even place. Oh I don't mean to hurt OEO. K. HERRING.Fla. .
clasped both hands about her the terrible extravagance of which she
f. in the midst of her pain and neck you, but ;you must understand that father Pan*. Agent, L. and N. R, B..
disappointment Mandy had noted with "Mother dearest mother ;you make ruined my girlhood Just as be has had been guilty. But where had the 90S West Bay: 8t..JackaoD"nidFlorida
me feel so utterly selfish, you who got the money? She had accounted
ruined life I don't want to teach
;
a sense of relief that the clerk was your
( made me whatever I am, who gave the for every cent be 'bad given her in
out of bearing. Later there bad I am not suited for.the work. And I dolove I
come .....
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best there in If she had sold
.. brief mutinies when woman's faithful was you for me, to see Ed. He could not come to the ;years. some of those ," ,
you make such a fuss over a little gift. Leghorns to send Jimmy to the clrcua. ,
bouse all and I too
weapon, tears, had missed the mark; summer long, am
'- I ought to have done much I His face turned purple and be his
so more gave
r, then days of depression and Bights of ought to have gone to work for proud to meet the man I love like a horse a vicious cut. Wasn't it enough MANUFACTURERS OP ........................>..>.
;you -
wide eyed starlag into Inky blackness thief In the night. So' we are going .
year. ago. And I ought not"- to watch his political ,balloon prickedby .
over to the Methodist minister's this
or silvery moonlight and at last Doors
Again. that conscious look, that sUdden a man with a pull without coming Sash, '
morning. and be quietly married. And
broken
i" pride, a hopeless yielding. to i Man Who 'Once
{;. the In vltable. The Idea that her catch In the voice and she handed there Is where all my money went. I .home to rebellion in Ills own household i

.- bonds might be loosed bad never entered her mother another bundle.from which have all tnyclotb.es I and my linen." ? The memory of how Effle had Blinds, MouldingsAND .

h t Mand,.'. bead nor had she considered tumbled a .gown of sheer white lawn During Et>fe's long. and at times haltIng quietly Ignored his expressed wish the .
trimmed with delicate lace. speech Mrs. Grimes bad offered no night before.rose afresh -
it within her province to lay i Made Diamonds w wBy
"
t the burden of her disappointment and "The very thing for you to wear to Interruption. She sat ar !in a,, dream, lie pulled up before the narrow path ,

u. grief at the feet of her gentle mother the celebration tomorrow with your f a. perhaps a dream of the day long yearsbefore leading to his front door and. knotting Building Material, : ,,"
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then!I" exclaimed Mrs. Grimes, unmindful bftde. the reins about the whip .called :
h t. or her impetuous, generous old father. when she too;' had been a socket -'
I And so In time the man of decided of her own disappointmentA But at the words "clothes and IIn n" .grimly for Jimmy. There was no 're- CHARLESTON, S. C. : ..

opinions had developed into the domestic quizzical smile played about Effle's she started as one stung to the realiza- spouse, but he caught sight ot'a rga' Largest Factory South. CutcUtc Dyne .: -

, tyrant and the pretty girl be lips, and she stroked the white gown tion of an unpleasant fact strange face In the kitchen doorway Send for Prices! .. .

+ ,t bad wooed and won "down in Enepf lovingly I "And ;you've done this all alone! Your It was Poorhouse Jenny. In one band .
I per county" became a sUent shadow hi "Do you think there Is any celebration father and mother ain't had any hand She held a dish towel; from the other : Aa absorbing' a story as that :

f her own household, mere bearer of worthy of this dress Besides I'm In gettln' ;your outfit ain't done a thing she munched a thick slice of cake. As -- -- : celebrated author and traveler :..
; homely unremitting burdens. not going to Cbadron. I hate speechesand for you."' A world of hurt pride of ba strode up the wa.lk his feet Aground .

Mandy closed the door and dropped fireworks." And the two women motherly despair. rang in the words, flower petals and rice Into the gravel. I J. B. McGINLEXFuneral : has penned, will be printed In -::

dejectedly into the nearest chair. She went downstairs arm In arm. and then she turned pleadingly to her These he did not notice, for suddenly : this paper shortly {lj '
1 glanced at the mirror opposite, and a It was not until bedtime that'David daughter. "Don't you reckon If, you Mandy appeared at the door, She worea conjunction : '

,, f' inlst swam before her eye. "Yes she Grimes broached the subject of the waited a day and things went right at new. dress. There was a pretty col- : with :
i was getting old and haggard. If David -' celebration. Ills wife bad been called Chadron for your father he'd feel bet- or in her ebe.ksa. sparkle in the eye e. I''

;; went to Washington Effle must accompany to the bedside of a sick neighbor. and ter natured and we could have a wed- that yesterday seemed faded. Bba was r Director i : '

I him. Yet it was her own efforts he sat alone with Eme on the porch. din' I don't want a daughter of mine frail and slender and the stalwart, : Nine .Other Stories : l

9 to save her dally drudgery that "You'd better take the 0 o'clock train married without any weddln'i" frowning man could have crushed pier e I', M

! ) I I would provide the means. la a vague for Chadron tomorrow. I want you to We don't want to take any chances aside without an effort/ yet somehowshe r e l .

I i' way Mandy realized that to the honest be on hand for the exercises, but you mother and I promised Ed to be ready seemed to bar his entrance Ha ,and : of similar quality by writers ; '

q man politics i* not always a profitable can't go over !in the buggy I've promised when he comes 'so bring your bonnet paused before her with an Imprecation. : that shine in the literary firma :

., vocation. Brooks a rid. with me, and I'll and I'll fasten on some fresh roses. Yon "Where's that boy and what's Poorhouse e ,- .

I -Her'reverie was Interrupted by voices need him to pull strings with Smytae. must'.look your prettiest, for ,my wed- Jenny eating the cake I l paid',for o oe meat.S .

1 r: in1 tha front yard.a girlish treble ask It's going,to be a great day with me, ding day." as free as if it was black bJ'ea1">; EmbalmerBoth Jr' ',

t ing",eager 'questions<< ,'then boyish fal Effle." Silently Mandy left the room* but The figure in the doorway trembled Copyrighted and ours to use. .:
setto' exclaiming excitedly: -, "1 hope so, father" said the girl when she returned a few moments slightly then seemed to torn rigid : exclusively."

r' "Bay, ''Effle, 'won't you give" me a smoothly, "but I don't care to ,go.. later she carried, Instead o.f the bonnet "I paid for that cake. David ,out of e :
quarter ''There's going'to be a circus Mother will be lonely here, and I shall which bad been "freshened" annually'' my savin's. An' It's Effle's weddin' : A treat that doesn't come I

in 'town ''tomorrow 'and dad says I stay with her." for five years, an'old fashioned steet cake. She's gone She left goodby for licensed by the Sta te to emha Im :

t can't 'go, .and he won't take me to Then as if the matter were closed, bead pnrse. The expression of her you, but she didn't want no scene on and prepare bodies for .: every day, :
Ch dron-Dor"- she rose and walked deliberately In theo face' even her bearing, had undergone ber\weddln'da7. It's been scenes every shipment .
4
': Tha door flew open/and Mrs. Grimes, direction her mother bad taken. For a a subtle change. She stood erect and meal we've set down to in years Lndy assistant : .
n i all'a.t.nmbl."wlth mingled delight/ and JDoJIDent'VaTId Grime sat as one stun the lines bad disappeared from ber an' she's tired of beln' hectored to : KEEP AN EYE! OPEN :

appreneneion drew her daughter !In- ned; then there, rushed Into his mind fact, now Illuminated by a sudden resolve death. I don't know as I blame her' .
F *.lde.' the dozen or mbre effective answers that seemed to restore her lost for wantln to get away from such a --,-.--- FOR THEM :

'-"ObatMe: dear, .If s so 'good to see which he should have made to this youth. life I'm goin' over to Chadroa next "IKS?:! '. Early -Risers I .. .

r :you! 'An'';you're lookln' just one, not a open rebellion. 80 much for letting "iCffle.: we've Just .g9t to have a wed. week when they come back! from Oma> The famous little plff' eeeeeeeeee.aaeeeaee..*.: --'

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I WILD ELEPHANTS. des.! Palm% ffiaaoh 1xinter .7101:93% "fit\it'

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Stalking Th.m U a Sport That Giv. '
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."" Plenty of Excitement. The comfe Datura Streets nod D ftLLBN / l : ;

Baptlrt.i An old African hunter writes : .I Northern rt

.. Sabbath 1CIo'' at 10 a m., Ch ilclrtn'" "Stalking with elephants is a sport '; ..
'Band meet*,..,t 3 p us.and Young Pro that must always provide plenty of Hot and cold bath, toilet electric light and-all modern cnnveniences. Located t

f ple's Society meets at 7 p. m., eVery; excitement to the stalker, and in a near Lake Worth. Quiet pleasant place. For particulars address v Real Estate Agencyr.st:Iw ;

..SundayPrayereefvtceleverywedneniiay thick forest, \with its dense undergrowth THE NORTHERN \
this excitement is intensified I. "
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eve ) "
OPEN NOVEMBER 10
t fling at", conductcji. bi J. L. Grier. increasing as the!"'signs show The Palms 1 :: ; CitySurburban and ;
Fdur Ad. t : f
New
; w ...... ->', <- that the quarry is close at hand. Large: -Story '\ I ,., ,/
dltlon Now Being Built.A ,,1" I Ir
Elephants when at rest and not
,, ':,' .MetttodUt 'Episcopal.' alarmed in any way frequently keep lorire liomn Ilkn hotol, well''Iti|>nlnl<-i1 fInd bran tlfiillv locnt. d, iflvln" (the enmfnrtM wlrh- : r.I/, /, Country Property for' ..... I'' 'J'r 'J\\
and the cuator extnnl t -: ','
'<" Strvicts Sunday at it a. in. 7113; out tho more OIH.H emoted Oil LHkeVorlh upiinxltu the Hoval I
up a curious sort of rumbling noiso,, I'oliu'iana Hotelhll9 wxtlreusra, elmtili, bails. (tooil! Ili>)i1iiir. hunilim, sad bnHllnc.| | ) -
"p,m. Sabbath school at 9:45: a. m Go.'dXr. difficult to describe,'but once heard Rater i fj: SO and tH.jii dRy.'cl,1| rates liv ll""u wick Tea PALMS. Went Palm Beach. Sale and Rent ;:
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d' : Branniug, superintendent :Epworth -
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This sound be
never argotten. can
; OPEN { i
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service at 3 p. m., Mra U. O. .
League /
i ? ; heard for a considerable-distance. I ,
Strohru preskle.it In spite of their size it is marvelous Seagle. House ItlockNo Jefferson r

","' Prayer meeting every We
yl? at 7::1$. cover can be. It is only 1 after the "A HOME AWAY FROfl HOME" 1'
Hlce, .
Rev. Henry puttorCongregational. Pi FOR SALE
ruuot: caitful eearcu time; their forma Ct-ntrnllv locutpil, nil hear Luke Worth Cool. airy rooms hcBt talilu Htrvleu!
-- can be distinguished, and it is gemerally Rides $:a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month < .
'
(,, : the of F. V. BEAGLE, Proprietor '
flapping an enormousear ) A nice little hQuse of five rooms on n fifty foot lot, east of railroad ;
be held buuday at II a the
.. Services will or swishing of a tail Chat reveals
"I' school at 10a. / OPEN | CD Datura street, for $1,150. v
in. and 7:15: p.m. Sunday their whereabouts '
':'' m. Y. P. S. C E. at 6:30: p. m. "As a rule, they stand perfectly Btti gs Cottage: :Select *

Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening motionless. But gradually, if he er Home f A large board log-home nicely located with two cottages/;

at 7:153ev.: keeps quite still and allows his eyes Wholesome Home
Cold
; Hot and Baths. Cooking. No consumptives Taken '
: V W.; Weattu rwax, pastor. to get used to the gloom of the forest Evernla Street Near Lake Worth West Palm Beach Florida A bel\utfllilake-rl'oot! property north of town. Fruity. ,," irrigating I
) plant, nice view. .., :; /
the hunter will be abl'e to make
MRS H. E. BRIGGS, Proprietress }
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Holy'Trinity"'Episcopal.' out the of ----- --------------- ------- \
presence severaJL gigantic fThe Flniatere' Fruit Farm, soutnweet uf town, beautifully sHunted -
\ :Early celebration of Holy Comtn onion forms, very possibly! in surprisinglyclose OPENS on a peninsula'suWoutided by the clear waters of the Everf .
of each proximity to the place wherehe ,The I )'
'" on the first and third Sundays is standing. If the wind remains Virginia I I I UECEHBER FIRST \I glades, with oranges; pineapples! .and other tropical fruits in '
month.
Services, every Sunday at It a. m. and favorable he can \watch them at his I 1905 f abundance; fishing and hnnting; near: I is) offered for Bale cheap.

: 7:30: p. m.Priest leisure, and sucha sight is well Centrally Located Hot and Cold baths Electric Lights Throughout i 'Ilft

;, lu Charge Dwight Cameron. worth seeing. Some of them may Largo, fool Iloonia, and CiilHlne tlio vi ry best Rates f J.OO per Dav. Hptrlfll' Rnt"I s by
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from
be rhu week or luoulh. .uriliiftv roe In aonnectlun with huueti and tnilnu.
asleep, leaning against the tree
MRS. A L. HAUGH, Proprietress "
Christian Science trunks, and others may be lying I West Palm Bach Florida ,

of Christ Scientist, West down flat on their sides, though Select Boarding-House of ,
Church '
First

, Palm Beach Fla., up attire Clematis in 'Masonic this last sight ja only occasionally' I fT\\i I n a rot r Q 0 t ra "I) QA Locate/on Olive Order. St., near ..J\.N
ave.
f i Temple, west of Bank on seen."Should no? breath of air from his i a" the Lake Front
services at JJ:c.-oam. Sunday
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nue. Sunday
vicinity reach them he may go as RI.otrIe t.lghtn hot and cold baths, a.nd ..tit.." modern oniivcnlonori. Table service
school at 10:00: a.m; testimonial or close till best Itates *H tu SILO a w..k. C..riCHpoiileii. nolUifttevl.MKS I t
as he likes to them with impunity -
experience meetings every Wednesday :) ..It\NK IJAnl.ISH, VroprlntrrKThe "
-' almost touch them, in fact I
at 7:30: p.m. The subject of the lesson- He would, however, before doing so NOW OPEN I

s! J sermon next Sunday is : do well to reconnoiter, especially in West lmBea-c-h
i "Ancient and Modern Necromancy ; thicWover and assure himself that Keystone Uatura Street, near I
Text Center of TownAn
) ... or Mesmerism and Hypnotism. : he has not passed any member of 1 .
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children, gnitji '
the rebellious !
"Woe to the herd unobserved and thus given Ideal Family Hotel. Good homo cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms.
the Lord, that take counsel, but not ol Cold Baths and modren Rates $ Town Lots.
+ ar him his wind. Should such a con Hot ana :lmprovements. :a.oo per day special rates
I me ; and thai cover with a covering, but tingency arise the alarm is commu- by the week. MRS. BENJ. COOK Prop., West Palm Beach Florida I

not of my spirit that they may add sin nicated like magic. Probably a warning NOvV OPEN

to sin;"Isaiah 30:1 squeal will be heard, and '
t X A Christian Science reading room, where has will go every trunk. up 1' Z Sn"Z/ct-t1.s ,; OttCLeJS Clematis Two :blocks Ave Choice Residence Lotsfrom

been opened In the same building "Then the whole party will either -* P9 vi> west of R. R. '
0 / all Christian Science literature will be vanish away like a vision or one or ''HLarge airy rooms. Bath and other convenience. Table as good as the best.

r .ra....;.... kept for sale and for the use of visitors.! more of them will charge straightfor Rates< $5 A week to borne people; transient rates $1 per day. $200
i /Open daily exrpt Sunday from 3 tol: \0 the spot whence the disquietingodor Weat Palm Beach, Fla MRS. C. F. CROSBYJMOW up,
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', \be afternoon. issues. Should the herd contain OPEN one-third cash balance by semi-annual
" I Invited to attend these ,
i All are cordially many cows, more especially! if The -'
". t..vlsit the reading room. Earmancrrsr A Winter sortthat installments on reasonable time accord-
t ,Bervices'jAa. ( < accompanied by calves, this last result ,
b. ". '\1 .' .I is almost certain, to happen. will Please you. ing to price of lot. -

A Nice Compliment. Bull elephants, on the other hand, Near Lake Worth and Centsally Located. All Modern Improvements.
Winter Park Correspondent of i if unwounded, will most probably Address MRS. S. E. BARMAN Box fay: West Palm Beach, Fla. For plats and full information apply to
The make off without hostile demon
any WALLACE R. MOSES
the Tampa Tribune pajs the followlrx stration." ,
Miss Grace Lftinbart, of MEAT
to MARKETT.
compliment ,
Agent Florida Enst Coast Railway Land Department.West" .
this city: fh. U.. of Metaphor. A. .
"The work 11 the alt department of A speaker who attempts to'use\ FEASTER Proprietor. alm Beach,, Florida.

Rornns- College for this year's work he- nautical metaphors should be thoroughly Florida dad Western Meats Poultry, Oiiine and Eggs.
gan Tuesday In charge of Miss Grace familiar with the sea and Orders ""'" "%%% %% %WY
Mail Receive Careful Attention. -
Louise Lainhart. of the Art Student's- the working of a slup of" he will - -

League, of New York. strand his speech. A clergyman was Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH rOItUMOaORO.rO"OK O atpR0K0R0117i1Ji10i.Qt0il0aa0il0a0i107.Or.0 0
Besides the usuacnur' in painting supplying a pulpit by the seaside. oE
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aud drawing this department offers four to1 the truth more>
Thinking impress rtu
others in modeling, design: metal and distinctly upon the congregation, --- o G.' G. Strohm CompanyFHMILY rtb i

._w>od work Introducing All practical many of whom were seamen, he
'branches of handicraft. drew the figure of a ship trying to The Americus Fertilizers ;

.. "Miss"Lainhart baa made a specially enter a harbor against a head wind. .
uf craftsmanshln both at home and Unfortunately for the success of j GROCERIES .f.fo

y studied in such, schools he knew little of sea o
abr6ad. having his metaphor !
/ Vtgetable, Fruit and Vine Orange) Tree Ir
-i;,, as the Kenwick Iudu 'lriaC School InKngfand. manship. After putting the ship ,
.: the Goldsmith's,vToljtecbnic. into several singular positions he -Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been, .- 0 Fancy T Tcoil Prodncis IKo

iu London aid the Student's League cried out in .a voice intended to be successfully used on Florida soils for many oq $

:;;"J- New York. '' :;.f'4l1CJ: r.: ,: ". emphatic ? yearn. For any information call on or address o h
Grain and
"A feature of general' interest and What shall we do next?" 1 I Provisions. u

' practical; benefit of the e courses will be '."Ciobdness only 'knows," exclaimed -' o u

; chalk-talks on various art subjects, giv- ; a disgusted old tar, "unless you I 1'41 B. M. POSTER S JEFFERSON BLOCK o

en for all the students of the college.' Jet her drift eta rn,foremost I 1" > \ o ". 0

i,I"' 'liooa.These! and talk.practical are to be work'upon[in home which dccora-all -Felt- It FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, FlaGFRAFTED o a' West Palm' Beach, Florida.. r rr

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The beasts were passing in procession ,
.. interested. 1I 1-- vtm
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may for the first time before Adam I .cleoro'.ol.oiloi.oao4oa .Oar No7soi.olsokl0aoaoars'+ot+oy'
'Rollins: Is to congratulated upon 1 _. .
,,'_ .securing the, services of Miss Lalnbart.who' that they might receive designa I ,

.' -Beach.i':"ha"*?, her winter home. at Palm tions.! The lion was roaring,. the tiger .BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes. "mt" "ia" "nriitniiorm" ';" "trnr" 1i1" "?"!';" ,iiriirn;';;" ''r"'t"r"r"e "! 1! l

t'r snarling and the elephant trumpeting I 1.l1rll"l'1.: Collection\ of Crotons in the United States. alma, Phyllan

BOYNTON ITEMS. terrifically. t1usetu.! All pot grown. Fu 'II! Line: of Citrus Stock I 'f j
morning "Why all that noise ?" inquiredthe I grown pa High Spruce Pine Lan>i. Address Tle iece1 Pharmacy

:. WjH. Cox .peat Wednesday business.L ; meek a red gazelle. who. hadn't I JOfolN B. BEACH. West Palm Bench Fin f
io West Palm Beach on !
'1'f made a sound. Clematis Ave. and Narcissus =| ''r''
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*' Beach
Tedder was To West Palm "Do you expect us to hear ourselves -
f'
'Fridav transacting business.Mnf. I called-names without getting ::::: '" A foaming K'asa:' of soda would ::::::
.r- at ::. .' taste good now, wouldn't it?'Well =3 .d I IS
the three
:: Funk and (friend Mr* mad quickly replied Southern R&1th&Y
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.. Grant == rome and gel it, It It here waiting"J" ;
'_ W'lI awsof West Palm Beach.were dunn! once. .. : :::?: ;+ly ,,, ,. K OD4 j for you all ltlt limit. la there any Z3 l
Sunday visiting friends ,.They returnedbviuet3unday Whereupon ,the'gazelle !admittetfthey ; "',_ .. Z I r ::: y + '' I 1 kind you dot on i It is bere. And tZS '.
without exeusG: for anger ;; :::; % ,, there are quite a number of new =3
night. > If"t.' :" ". ? were not Orleans Times-Demo 't i" Two through fast :::::' 'r 1 lk tavor ADd combinations that are fit == l t
J. W. 'Harpe/,, and two Vriends wore '- New ::: \ / for an ela. Yon know of course :::::: 1'
short while SUl1day-'beinK; en route crat. ::: yow: we serve our soda ; in good, ?
a here a / trains between == generous, K'SBC' Plenty of flavor- ZSi:: I
" / to pet'ra). Each to His TrAde. ,-,. : daily., ::: w" ing and nods. Not any more froth =.i /
Sandlin has returned to B)yn- l! == thao we ca* help. Come today =3 I l''
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Ktillack the famous\; pianist, North == Come every day :sS: ;
ton, ,being like alt, others.aftet! ,I. once once' invited to dinner by a wealthy the_ ,' y f )
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Stopping here cannot keep away. of a .
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Little MUs Ella Harper went to Lan. large boot manufactory and had and the South. -: '( I'muuummmmuuummu f'

,ana "Saturdav\ morning and remained been a shoemaker in his time. After n'' mmmmmuuummmm ",

until'8."ndll1 evening.'strw4C. the repast Kullack: was requested to For :cul.ars .
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Murray went to West Palm Bench Friday long afterward the virtuoso in- )rugs, Stationery.'Candles, Soda Water. Ice Cream, I'erfunieSonp '

ou business, returning home on their vifed the boot manufacturer: dafter &, ;: "V' sleeping 'car re.:;erjvationt ;A 0L 'I <, Hi lIsfle-Goods, Rubber tioods, Mineral Waters "
him'1'ft pait"ofd ." .
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", < ../.'.. st boots t t" "" '\, ,:. --' *'-#H. f 1. j. r'' ?, :etc., address .Y"i, Argent; for -Biltmoro Cream ,

OTICEdy "What am it to, do twith' thcq-l i" '

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K.;, Iluliof,Coun'Judge' of Undo I 1'ounty,Klorl' !Why the other day 'you< asked .LUS u
d...'''1''..IIr1 iwhiirjw, an sdminlatraWe of ttHe dinnerto make a little music .' J. O. ti :. &, Moore
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tn"el John hoary .A. V.IOOKfc for you, and now I ask you to'I .,."" .,." ..-:"" ""' 00 .. '

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r'' ;j We have gone over the entire stock and culled out the odd stock of every description, and have arranged on tables for your

easy selection, about three thousand dollars worth, of good merchantable Mock that we aim to move in' short order ,ana have administered ;

i "k:Eck-out-drop".prices. ,.

h t Every article shown is worth much more than the price asked and fully half the lot worth two and three times the price asked. : '

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and'canvas, were 2.50 to$3.50,
? Clothing I ; Trousers Hats. .Shoes all ntpndard makes. ;
$1.05,about 48 pairs men's and wo* e ey
y --'-' men's, were 3.00 to 4.00.
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; / 3.b0/ goods Tankards', Hoyt's and ''
j ,araQ(1)ill rol\S\ ts other standard makes', .. .;
"( t.12 aE>.. ie 3.45,regular5.00 lines, Floreheim'
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: were$2.50 to$4.00 ) ; !<
: f '/ 48 pairs pants at $2.45,
: were $3.50 to $5.00 _
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$5.00 to$8 00, An assortment of Young!: Bros. 3.00 j" ';".
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felt hats for 1.75. ,
f A'.lot of Young and Knox'straws at stock was so.low. ,but we have decided '/,;,
25 cents each. Were 2.50 to ,4.00 to make a short shift of it by :. ,
awcac eanerowY,190z..ur.w, Every suit in above assortment all A line'of 2.00 felts regular stock, at piling dozens of, pairs r f regular {
w wool, and almost every pair of 1.45. SHIRTS stock" onlhe tables eo everybody can 3;}
.. trousers the same. Nearly all suits ', I
;, -- -- b' U5 cents,our regular 1.25 and 1.50 get a pair.to fit. 3 05, Clapp, Florshetin. and other t' d
'......... made 'Alf re d Benjamin &Co. lines r.
CO,Suit; \ ,a II-woo I at$v Assortments standard makes. !
TrouRers made by Paragon,Sweet 1.45, Manhattan" and Cluett, 2.00 )
were$7.50 to $10.00 We will also pile out a great; raft of
.. Qrr,and "Klrscbbaum." to 3.00 lines. 65 cents,50 pairs ladies and children'H ,
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36 Suite" ,all-wool I,at$6.75, white buckskin Oxfords nt 1.45 and F'
Also a few cheap shirts t at I low prices.I mostly) slippers. _
were $10.Or to $13.50 This includes nearly every fancy 2 d5 that, sold from 5..00 to 7.00 ,
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1)5 cents pairs all kinds .
suit in the bouse. Sizes, suits 33 to We will also. show some reattinrRoioe; were n pa r '
80 Suits all-wool at $7.75 .
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42,pants 29 to 42 waist. in hosiery, neckwear, underwear, $1.50 : The shoe assortment will consist of ?!fi
were. $12.00 to $18.00 fltnc.v vests and i children's clothing. $1.45 men s and women S leather about 450 pairs all told. 'l-f"'f{

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In order to create some fun for the boys we are going to box up about 500 packages of salable "
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I The 25 cent boxes will contain articles from every department, but will for the most :part con-. ,

sist of neckwear, hosiery, belts, collars and odds and ends from furnishings department: ;." .J;rl
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1 We will also have a few 50 cent packages containing almost anything from a boys' suit to a 4

man's pair of trousers. > *

: None of the boxes. are.to be opened in the'store, and all goods during the sale for cash. .

Remember the conditions of these boxes; every.box will contain more, than 50 cents worth ,of

salable merchandise, but whether' you get what: ; you want is the chance you takE} ..: ."-,,;';, >''*'.,:: 4 I

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