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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: September 15, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Local Items. That Will-------: SAD TRAGEDY ATDELRAY St. Augustine Liable- To i




Be of lterest To ReadersMr. !i Lose Big :Attraction :


THURSDAY I



Lee Fenton is pleasantly located Miss Lillian Norton is with
visiting
According to the St. Augustine Record tributed so much to the pleasure of citizens i
Washington, D. C. friends in Miami Ibis week.
at uoa: Virginia ave.,
the Ancient City is threatened with and visitors. Any change of this

Dee A. Bruce Perry is spending the Mr. James Miller left this morning ona tbe loss of its /greatest: attraction, the kind would Inflict an irretrievable lose

"week iu Sauford and Orlando on business. abort business trip to. Delray.Mr. Tull Hodge Killed By 1.. R. Bhoden In a Fight At The reservation and green surrounding picturesque on St. Augustine, the scope of which v +Ii

Paul Kennedy, of Miami, Is in historical Fo t Marion It is can hardly be appreciated. Tbe recom
Depot.--Rhoden Arrested And TakenTo
the city and will probably" remain here hoped that no such step will be taken mendation is from a most influentialsource

Mr. John Alapaugh, of Winston N C., for sonic time. Miami Friday for the beauty of St. Augustine.; Senti. and no doubt will be acted uponif

was a guest at the Seminole last Wednesday. went alone should prevent such action, I It reaches Washington
Mr. J. M. Wilson left this morningfor
.
"St. Augustine is iu danger of losingits "Mr. Thomson was asked by a Record
Miami, where he will visit his
Mr. Hicks Allen, the well known daughter for 11 few weeks. greatest attraction, the Fort reservation. representative this morning the

bicycle man of Delrsy, was ill the 'city Tull Hodge, a young white man of 22, for Stuart. The Hodge boys were under The Record learns tbat arecomen- object of the survey, but merely vol un- }
Mr. Gcodson who has been
yesterday, James died Friday morning at Delray.from tbe the! influence of liquor aud attacked dation is pending providing for sellingthe teerd the information tbat It wasbeingdone
here for returned
visiting time
Geer and children returned some. Rhoden with drawn knives. Rboden reservation almost to the walls of by Go\erment orders. From other i
Mrs, E. F. this morning to his home in DeLand. effects of a blow from an axe handle in
home after vacation of several weeksat was armed with no weapons save an axe tbe old fort. sources the purpose was learned. Fur ,
Miss Miriam Stowers returned home the bands of t. R. Rhoden. This recomendation is the out come of
various reasorts ID the mountains. handle. With that weapon be manager ther, the Record's informant is confident
this from Miami where she bas There have been several the numerous for using the fort '
morning conflicting to knock both men down, striking Tull requests that a petition forwarded to tbe
Mr. J. W. Niles, a prominent Jackson been enjoying a pleasant visit with reports of the murder in circulation, Hodge with sufficient force to fracturehis green for private purposes and of the colonel in charge at once will defeat! the

Tlllean, was among the recent arrivalsat friends. but as near as can be learned the follow skull many petty squabbles that have ensued purpose of the recommendation. However .

tl'e Holland House. Genial "Billie" Moore, one of the best ing details, given to a Sun representative : Dr. Thompson examined the injuredman over the granting or refusal of such per there in nn time for c\e\a\\ \ n"d un

Mr. Geo. Zapf left for Jacksonvillelast Known drummers in tbe state, is in the by a prominent business man of and said that Hodge was more mission. Tessa petition covered with the signatures

Wednesday evening to transact some city: shaking bands with his many Delray, are substantially correct. drunk than hurt. After1 lying/ on the "Mr. F. Burslern Thompson, goveru- of the people of this city is sent at

'business and to visit his many friends' irr friends. I, R Rhoden, a prominent pineapple platform about two hours the dying man uncut engineer/: Is at the present time once we stand a good chance of losing r

tbe Metropolis.Mrs. Messrs. K. S. Flanagan and J. F. planter at Stuart, and recently movedto was brought( ( to the Chapman House surveying the reservation and marking the fort green

H. C. .Milton, 6f Delray, who was Delierry, of Miami, are In town and are Delray, has in cultivation a large where he passed away at t a.m never the confines of what the recommendation "It' Is needless to point out to the "

accidentally shot last week, id rapidly buajly} engaged; /: in taking the census of patch of pineapples and employed Tull having regained consciousness. proposes to ressrve. If the recommendation Board of Trade and the Business League

improving and will make a speedy recovery this city. Hodge and his brother Elmer to work Deputy sheriff T. J. Haygood. was is adopted the city will low their duty, and it is to be hoped that the g ,

Miss Lula ROSK left Thursday for the patch. For some Imp .past one of notified of the tragedy; and at 3 o'clockhe the spacious grounds which have con- warning will not fall on deaf ears."

Tbe usual Thursday afternoon ball Jacksonville, where she will spend sev- the brothers had complained of being went to Rhoden'a borne and placed

took place as scheduled. About sick and refused to do either his share him under arrest, carrying him to MI-
game eral weeks Mrs Geo. W. Bell '
visiting Orphanage Day. I This week's Florida Agriculturalist/: a
lea of the regular players were present.Mr. of the work or employ a man to take his ami on Friday morning's train.
of that city. well knowu journal devoted to state interests
into The body viewed impaneled The first Saturday In October is Orphanage -
place. Last Thursday the three got was by a jury
L E. Switzer, the popular manager contains the article
Coachman of Mlam'but well ,
Mr. Ben on
mango
at a dispute which- ended In Rhoden by Justice H. J. Wackerman, or Work Day. The Florida
of the wireless telegraph station known In this returned culture! that was contributed to us by
city hasrecently discharging; both men, who left the and they are investigating; the cave A I Baptist Orphanage, Arcadia, Fla., asks i
Jupiter, was a visitor la town Thursday. Mr. B. Beach. This is deserved n
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from at Philadelphia a
vacation ,
a long spent farm and started for Delray. They had verdict of justifiable\ homicide U expectijd. that everybody in the Stale give to this '
Mr. J. W Williamson, who has been New York and various other compliment to our fellow townsman. '
for that A
been gone but a little while when home the earnings day. year ,

visiting white friends in the city,returned northern points. Rhoden, who was riding his wheel, over- I. R, Rhoden is said to have a good ago the responses to a similar appeal Miss Stella Bolts returned last week
,
to Fort Lauderdale Thursday even The union services will be held at the took them. It is reported that, the reputation, both at Delray and Stuart, were very gratifying and quite helpfulto from Palm Beach where she has been t ,

ing.Mr. :Methodist\ Churcn tomorrow evening at Hodge brothers waylaid Rhoden and where he is largely interested iu pine- us in the many amounts sent in as cpending the summer with Mr. and M's.

Campbell, of Campbell and Monroe 7:30: o'cloch. Rev.'Samuel Gibson will attacked him with knives and knuckles apple culture. The Hodge boys have the earnings of. the first Saturday in Harry Bolts, who are spending a 'Jew "J' .

returned Wednesday from tbe preach: Regular morning service will and also threatened his life. Rhoden been considered as peaceable men, their October. We kindly ask tbat professional days with Mr. Butt's parents, Prof and '+ s

Everglades after a prospecting trip of be held at it a. m. Preaching by. Rev! managed to come on to Delray without attack on Rhoden being due to tbe influence men, teachers lawyers, doctors, Mrs. A. O. Botts -D Laad Supplement.:

almost two weeks. Henry Hice. receiving any serious injuries.The of whiskey. The tragedy has merchants tiiethauiis, clerks, everyman

Mr. II. C. Milton, of Miami, who his Messrs. W. G. Gilmore, R. T,' Garrison three did not meet again until 8 cast a gloom over the community at woman and child, who can earn: M. A. Marlin of West Palm Beach,

extensive farming interests at Dcerfield J, and R. D. Hoke, prominent citizens p.f m', at the railway strtion where the : Delray, 'where all three of tbe men were something that day, send us the income I has purchased lot 6 in block 8, on avenue t

was in tbe city last Thursday, stoppiust of Jensen and who are on a cruise toMiami [lodge boys'intended to take tbe train : deservedly popular. of that one day. The children in C. Mr. Martin ii the man who
all\ the schools help us by owns the mule teams which have been
at tbe Seminole.Miss stopped over in West Palm -- -- Sunday may
that to working here all the summer, and has
earning something on day, help
Edith Heim, who is teaching at Beach Thursday night.

Delray, came home this morrlng Jo Mr. B, F.. Curler, of the West Palm A Correspondent's Viewof the OrphanAge. begun respondent building Titusville operations.Advocate.Stuart Cor
We have at forty-two children,
present
spend Saturday and. Sunday with her Beach Transfer Company, who has ,

psrenK m this city. I been In Atlanta purchasinga car load of and our number will be constantly in- Home coming week will be one grand; ?
Election creasing. They are fed and clothed
Mr.- Haves with her daughter :Miss\ I horses and mules, returned home Thurs Approaching celebration thousands of Alabamians ,
trained and educated, wholly by voluntary -
Gertrude, left Thursday for St. Augua- day. He states that he expects the consignment forslx'dayaOctober i j to so. There ;kt t
i contributions! the
tine. Miss Gertrude will attend school to arrive In & few days and -- except compara- are :24,721 former residents of Alabama

in the Ancient City. I that the animals will be the best ever The West Palm Beach correspondent far lias no opposition. He has make. a ,, tively little help which we make on our who have made the "Land of Flowers"

offered for sale in this section. of theMiami' Metropolis furnishes the good; officer and will no doubt be reelected -, garden and farm. 1, their home Stale, many of whom will
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Andrews and Cesides our current which
Against Mr. S. W. Hendrick. expenses make the pilgrimage to Birmingham in
faith have!-returne4 from their summer Mr. T. J. Campbell, a prominent liveryman Allowing concerning coliiicul activity, son'forclty Marshal Mr. S. Sweariugen are about two hundred and fifty dollars response to the call of their native f

home at Tibbals and have opened their of West Palm Beach, was In Zolfo in this city; s t has. announced his candidacy. The pea month, we need, and need very State.

wipler home on Evernla'street. eat Friday, having driven across the 'The coming election has already taken 'city is sure of a good( marshal if either much, a two story building/: the lower .
;
Mr State bringing( some railroad men thro'to For a school room, and the Mr, G S. Hart, of Kort. Bassenger, '
story upper
Guy I Metcalf went to Miami the lead in town talk and at the Mr. IIenk r'ckson: or Mr. Swearioger are
Thursday business. It is rumored that look at the country It Is about 200 council meeting last Tuesday an official elected 'I I story as a dormitory for the boys. To I on the West Coast will open a first class

he took the census roll of the West miles from here to Palm Beach the way ballott was prepared by the council. ''There are thirteen names on tbe list meet our needs we hope everybody will blacksmith shop at Delray; about Oclc- i "

Palm Beach district with him. teams have to go.-Zolfo Advertiser. be so much interested as to send us the ber 1st. Mr. Hart will bring his familyto +
The head of the ticket contains the of candidates for councilmen. All of
The recent death 'of Frank E. Bond earning of the first Saturday iu October. that growing city which will be his .
Cards auies of Captaiq George B. Baker and the;: gentlemen are prominent business N
hate
been received in the city i Y
at DeLand removes from his sphere of B. M Bean, Superintendent, future home. Tbe citizens of Delrayare
of and Mr Geo. W. Potter for mayor, then and those selected win undoubted
inuouncing the marriage "
approaching usefulness one of the men who have Arcadia, Fla. fortunate in securing such a deslia- "
Hiss Cornelia Gertrude daughter Mr. Both gentlemen are good citizens and ly see to It that tbe government; of' the
make Yolusla/ county what it ble man as a permanent resident.
helped to .
aDd Mrs William Oscar Holden, of either of them wouM make the city a city is of a high order. ,
q
that side
of the best counties on
Crawlordsville, Ga., to Mr. Emile Dvi- I is-one Frank Bond was noted good executive.Mr. Much Interested is alreody being manifested Mr. J. B. Beech has! returned from a The West Palm Beach Volunteer Fire +t' I
the State.
of
Bose Anthony, of this place the event and had a finger In about _Grler, the present city. __clerk. so-J* ,In the outcome. month's vacation in the North. Department held ad Important and well
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lo take place at the Baptist Church at attended meeting Thursday evening it ,
baked of is visitIng
every business pie that was ever Miss May. .Jackson Jupiter, -
Crawfordsville at 8:30: o'clock. on the i in old olusla. He made mcney, and Florida Fishing Notes. .Will Celebrate ComRletionla with Mrs Dwight Cameron. which two new members, :Mr Charles
evening of October and and Frank Majewskl.. were admitted to
be certainlyleft
The latter
friends, too. Sch. Halycou, of the fleet of Warren Dr. f. N. Newman is at present at membership. After the regular meeting .,
OWIng to the condition of G. A. Mc. but whether he left any money or anticipation of the early couple Titusville on professional business. I
practice was held. Last :eveiiiug the
Kmnon, who was) not fully recovered not caunot at this. time be said.i -Feusa- & Co., PensacoU went ashore on a reef: Ion of the East Coast Canal to this city,
FOR RENT.-Store or space at Palm bi-monthly dance was given at the Fire
from the severe accident of a few weeks cola News, 44 miles east of Pensacolr, on August the members of the Boards of Trade of
for winter business. C. M. Merrill Hall. the cooler
Beach As nights become : these
"So, it advlsable aud Is expected to be a total loss.
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been of
thought It was with a mingled\ feeling pleasure this( city and Daytona are considering a West Palm: Beach, Fla. dance have a much I larger atteudauce. ;
'take hint down the for and the Many northern fish< (mau' are new
bay rest retoperntlou and pride that Yo'e pet used annual 41n
in company with M. R. catalog of the University of Florida arriving at Pensacola to engage in snapper gala( day to celebrate the opening of tbe A couple of Seminole Indians were In The following letter from ex-Mayor 1

fishing during the winter. last 'alr tch. While this movement ,ls town this week from the Everglades' ,
'KellaUl and Dr. Joudcn, Mr. McKlnnon We He proud that this State can boast WhilMiu is self explaining;: v
Another manatee, or sea cow, will be In the Infant Is purchasing supplies and enjoying theui- :
only t3
took stages, promises
the boat.for several days outing on of a university at which a young man City, Sept. 13 1906, '
the waters. of j CUcavne Bay.:-Miami can obtain an excellent training for aliCe sent to the New York aquarium by the be a very popular one, and will receive selves in the usual way. Mr. Chas B. Kendall, Tropical Sun, 1

Record. of service to his community, pleasure Messrs. Diumiock of Jacksonville, who hearty support here and at Daytona II Dr. R. II. Macey will leave Monday Dear Slr-WI1': kindly state in

all who shipped the one which died recently ina It Is proposed to traverse the canal for Atlanta where he will take
Monticello is widely known over the to himself and an uplift to night a next Issue of The Sun that I am not a

state for its many attractions: ; not the may come .la contact with him. The few days after it was received. This and exceaoge friendly calls with our deserved vacation and at the,,acme time I| candidate for Alderman, and never authorised -

'IUIt of which is its pretty girls. But University I now located at Gainesville, manatee Is a young one, a calf, weighing; sister city on the other side of the cut. attend the annual meeting of tbe Southern : the use of my name. I. faithfully "

unhappily ideal location, a no. about :ajo pounds, and was captured in This will be au occasion worthy of observation Dental Association I II served the
there la k shortage/: of marrlage'hle {Is blessed with an I I town as mayorfor some
young men In.: that town which ble and far sighted man-for its presidentand Broad river, neal Key Largo. As it as it will mark a new era in Joe Frazee, better known as ':Alliga.tor. four years, and feel that I have fully "t I
been wounded I
not to have or the life
of the
Ancient
It
seems City. means
Wcoun.s for ihe following story told to a faculty of sympathetic, well train .Joe," who has been spending the discharged( my share of public duty.
the experiment
Mha' otherwise injured In capture : the successful culmination of a work of
Jefferson Bell by a Monticello belle ed busy men, and, an equipment that Ina in summer in Kansas City with his Florida Oblige yours very truly,
There are but three, young men In few years will\ be second to none. The of maintaining its life captivity I' a quarter of a century, which will connect curios, returned home yesterday morniiVfe Wilmon Wbilldin. ; t

Monticello" the said, meaning threeraarrlaxeable The curriculum* including the regular may be fairly tried. I St. Augustine by aa Inland water to make preparation for his winter business. P. $.-:::1 would Dot serve' if elected!
anl Reports from Pensacola state that the I wavwltliall the citlea of tbe lower
men .sue sixty; but or Academic, Agricultural
girls, Literary .-Miami News
have had good success to east coast. "
thCs. fishermen very
I r
Mechanical
three "
beside ,
: are nice Normal courses,
to girls
as
she addeel.< "whenever very there Is a dance Electrical and Civil Engineering/ Is so date In the snapper fishery. The men As yet no program has been arranged, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Racey and daughter I. 0. 0. F. Notice '

a party in town these take their broad that students may be fitted to do who fish oa shares are being/ paid ac. but within a week or two tbe Board nf Miss Edith who have spent the last The attendance of all the members of
boys
hats and go down the street In different with credit whatever they may be called cording to weight instead of count as Trade will no doubt be iu a position to { month In New York city are now at Lake Worth Lodge No. 43, I. O. O. F.,

d tloncalllng3: : out 'Everybody: thaW'lR ,' to do. The catalog is published by heretofore, and are making more money announce the proposed features 'cf that, 'Charlottesville Va., where they will is) desired at the next regular meeti gr ;, b
; upon of tbe number of fish. Snap- celebration. The Canal: it Is believed spend several weeks before they returnto
with me. come on' and the girls the Record Company of St, Augustine, out same I Thursday evening, Sept.. 3o, 1906. Work
swarm ; of pers are reported plentiful, but bait Is will\ be finished to this point about De. their home at Waveland.-Fort Pierce and refreshments.'
out in bunches twenty to each Is welt gotten up and Is deserving
7 men sod scarce.: -Fishing Gazette. bember i.-St. Augustine Record. Tribune;. rI, H. W, LewIs/Sec'T.! ; f i
10 we all go to the party. II sea tlon. ,. .
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TROPICAL[ SUN. iANNOUNCEHENTS I :::18. of Chapter 4, of tile Revised, Or- I ..ni, which (th)],. ionic' of t s-yslcm' may -- ,I
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p Pioneer Piper ol Did County. Florida dinances of the City of Watt. Pn\m\ (OIK li or CIOHM. 'I

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Published livery! Wednesday and Saturday FOR MARSHAL BE IT ORDAINED By the City build! buy, lease, own. operate and

.. r. writ, PALM BtAOH. DADI OOUXTV X.ORIQA' Council of the City of West Palm I maintain in connection with or separately
for reelection
myaelf
'- I hereby announce
-- -- adltlonal exchanges warerooms -
itoach Florida, that Section SS of
to the office of Cltv Marshal at tbe
: 81 I'ItIJ"1' ( 'ION VltN' ( 'I'I;. taOCI: ( PICK YEA ft.I supply rooms and other buildings -
('it!tv Rlectlon! to be held Octobers, 1906 Cliapter 4, of the Revised Ordinance I Incidental to Ita
-'-.-= ,-"= =" ll re-elected. I will carry out the duties necessary and
of the City of West Palm Beach Florida -
!1 of tbe office in the same unbiased manner business; mid\ \ to buy and sell, acquire
I Tropical Sun Polishing: Comp'y, HB I bave in the PRst. be and the seine Is hereby amended and dispose of any and all materials

W. W. HCNDRCKSON. to read aa follows: tools, apparatus, appliances, fixtures,
CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager. and all articlesof
furnishings and any
7 "Section 38. The Marshall shall receive
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JEtuterect m the Foutuffic of Vfent PB.JI Reach lo the office of City Marshal Rt the for his services as Marshall and necessary or Incidental to conducting The GreatWhite Line'

RI econd'Cl.M matter. City Election to be held Oct. a, 1906 Tax Collector the monthly nalary of said business or businesses of said .

If elected I promise to give the citizen seventy-five dollars. All fees earnedby Company. : alo to have the further -J-U- J_.-.-.-.----.Tl.TlT-nf--! -V--- -' --=:C' '

.---- --- -. '-' of Went Palm Beach a goo 1. faithful and him as Marshall and Collector shall power, right and privilege tb buy,

CAUSES_ OF FAILURE. impartial service SAMUEL SWltARII'OItNI jbe! turned over to the. City Treasury. I, and lease bersonal, hold,. ,and and own also property to fell, lease real To own.\ a. BUCK'S Sotve or range is to appreciate -

Queer. Reason That Have Been Ac- i Iln addition to his other duties the Mar I I and convey, mortgage as security for the many merits of this great line

PINEAPPLE SLIPS shall shall net as Street Inspector and debt, or In any other manner disposeof The with whjte- enamel
signed For Bankruptcy. I I thereof oven, lining to doors
One Million of the best Slips In shall have charge of and work the its property or any part '
The in the court of and do all acts and things as may be
petitioner Florida. Original stock Imported city convicts, keeping the streets In convenient for, the bus- arid racks is the rrjost} sanitary feature iq t tip
bankruptcy was a young man of I necessary and
aristocratic birth. He had inherited from Long Island (one of the Bahamas good repair and In cleanly condition, music or businesses aforesaid, with all world ,It t tas easy to wash off'and keep clean

I ) In 1903. Will be taken from and for this purpose he may use any i f the rights, powers, privileges and .
of at the china 'dish
fortune .
$2,000,000 .
a ago as a .
I franchises of telephone companies under -
fields in perfect condition. street force, teams or laborers In the I
of twenty-three. Now, at twenty- and by virtue of the laws of the
I Will soil, any number. In car lot, employ of the City, or may employ additional I' .
six, he was a bankrupt. State of Florida.
S "How did you come to run at $1.50 F. O. n., Delray, labor when necessary to do ((3)) H:: tchett -DaCatnara: Hardware Co,

through at this rate?" W. W. BLACKMER Delray, Fla. the work after approval of the Street I The amount of the capital stock of
your money
Committee." said Company shall be twenty-five t&hoUale Retailers of
t
asked the
judge. XOTICE thousand ($25,000.00)) dollars, divided .
I "A love of food ruined me, sir," Passed by the Council August 28, into one thousand ((1,000)) shared of HT Al=J D YV A F* E:

the bankrupt answered. "I gave the To All Whom It May Convoi'ti. : A. D., 1900. the par value of twenty-five ($25.00))
West Palm Beach X XX X X
best; and costliest dinners America Notfod Is horeb} given that iipplionllim will O. W. IDNER, President Council. dollars each and shall be paid in cash. X Florida

bo inailu, to MB Hoiuii1 )Minor S. ,Jones CII cHit Atest: J. L. OilIER Clerk. All stock to be Issued, shall be fully
has ever seen. One of my dinnersa JUotRII oftlie Seventh J nillelnl Circuit of Florlilnim paid and non-assessable. 'I___ --' G'_--k__...____ ,
Approved August 29, A. D., 1900 _
dinner of ten covers--cost $10- Sopteinlior lOt II for letters patent to ((4))

000." amend tho charter of "TUB BROTHERHOOD O. W. IDNER Acting .Mayor.: The corporation shall exist for a

t- "Foolish young man," murmur 'cl OP MAN". Tho iiroposeil .anicnilnicnU biilnft (SEAL) term of ninety-nine years.
S change tho names ot cei tain efllcer In the ((6)) I ;
k the judge.
<>-o-o-o-o-o
order; to make changes Bo an to confine thainemuerHhlp
The business ot the corporation
Tine judge at the end of the session AN ORDINANCE, Amending Section
to tho whit race, and to extenil
f 'shall be conducted by the following '
,';, talked about the strange reasons t to \VomonVoll ns to mml, nixl to "make '13, of Chapter 2, of the Revised Ordinances officers: A President, Vice-President HUUKIIAKHT'S{ Went Palm Bench Sept. i

i : for their bankruptcy that some ethos alight alterations In the constitution of the City of West' Palm I Secretary and Treasurer, and a Boardof

I I.. bankrupts would give. morn (xplnnntor ot the working of the order Directors to consist of not less than Where'You Buy
Sllfiiud, this,August olxlh. 111*.
Beach Florida: three than, stock- NO MATTER.
,, "A bachelor of thirty-five, he! GEO. O. CURRI nor more seven

: : said, "appeared before me owing A t' rt ROTHKftHOJD OP MVN' BE] IT ORDAINED By the City I holders, and such other officers and YET I
I' agents as the Board of Directors from IT DOES Tea and Coffee
like for Council of the of Palm
something $75,000 gambling : City West time to'time may elect, appoint, or

debts, $ OOOO for wines, $4,500 to Bond Election Notice. Beach, Florida, that Section 13, of I cause to be appointed. Any two of MATTER I

hi*. tailor, $15,000 to the jewelers, Public notice in hereby gIven; fhllt a specie, ,, such offices may be held by one per
Chapter 2. of the Revised 'Ordinances
$1,700 to his haberdasher and $1- olet'lionVIII bi- lucid on the IHtli day ot 8uptcinbiT son. The number of Directors may be

0 A.V. loOII In the Public Plro Hull oni of! the City of West Palm Beach, Florida I increased or diminished by the Stock-
100 to his florist: When he was i holdeis SZ!? Because we can do better for you in these gooda.:( That's a bold
Florlilfl.sainu at stockholders
I Polnuottn street at Wool Palm Hunch. any meeting
asked the cause of his bankruptcyhe : being In Spunlnl Tux School 1 nlrlct No, be and the same Is hereby amended duly notified. The Directors shall be o claim, but twelve years of study h3ve taught us much; we know a

answered : 01 Dade County. Slate. 01 Klorldn; the polls to to read as follows: I elected by the Stockholders at the an- o great deal about'tea and coffee; not all, but much more than the

'An inability to negotiate any I. opitnon'' said vlecilon. day from siin-rlHe to "Section 13. The ,Mayor shall receive nual meeting of the stockholders to average grocer,

The putpusa, of said election. Is to for his services an annual salary I I be held on the second Tuesday In May 4, A
more loans Our private blend of coffee at 25 cents is a fair sample tin really 'f
bonds for !
upon conatnirtinft sm equipping i of each year. The President, Viee1 -
"The weather often causes bank- of one hundred and fifty dollars. All 1 good value we can give In coOee 0
I a school building, ;In and for Special" Tax School President, Secretary and Treasurer you ,

ruptcy. succession of warm winters District Ni>. 1 ot Dade County, Florldn,. ni d Is fees. earned by him as Mayor shall be shall be elected annually by the Boardof Our Formosa, English: Breakfast, Oolong, Japan, Gun Powder and

will make skate manufacturers I In nccordimoo with the following resolution paid over to the City Treasury." Directors at the time to be fixed lathe 0 Ceylon Teas come to us in nal packages or chests, no jobber repacking

and sleigh manufacturers and furriers passed' by the uteri .of 1'ubllc Instruotlaii. of Passed by the Council August 28 By-Laws. c: and reprlceing/ ui and you to pay. for.
Dado COllntPIII.ItIl. on the 14th dug ot Au-
The business
: go under. A succession of cold gUHt. A. D. I l9MI( In regular mooting semlilvd; A. D., 1900. Company shall or be businesses conducted of until the Priers ranging from 50 cents {\o 80 cents a pound.

winters will ruin the hotel men and 'Tlierfforo l h" It levolved by tho Iliinrrt,, ol G. W. IDNER President Council. their successors are elected and, qual-

the shopkeepers of summer resorts. Public InHtructlon of D'ldo County' Florida in Atest: J. L. GRIER Clerk. Wed, by the following officers and \

Weather unprecedentedly dry will rognlur mooting awomblvd this 14111 day boanil of Approved August 29, A. D.. 1006 agents: L. W. BURKHAROT T FINEST GROCERIES
AuxiiHti 1IKIII that the fullowhlI'| |iroHinitum| '
.
end to the wall the handlers of India It Is hmch dotennlnuil, and iiffreed to by G. .W. IDNER.. Acting Mayor.SEAL II John E. Llddy, President; Marion

rubber goods-waterproof coats, this Board unit is submitted, for II toil dclunnlnutlon ( ] ) E. Gruber Vice-President; George L. PLEASE REMEMBER-That if there Is anything that Is nice we bavelt
Branning. Secretary and Treasurer.
I to the luitally qo"lIfi"d'oter..or Bneotnl
overshoes, gum boots, and so on. John E. Liddy Qlaroin E. Gruber I
-o-o-o-oo-ooo>O-O *
ritz Sellout Dlftrlc't No I ol Dada 'Countyno'ld. o-ooo-o-o-o-o-o-<
"Insects hardly visible to the eye \ .. at 8-8pcc101 clui-tlon to bn called nml 1 NOTICE] George L. Branning and James R. .

have caused the bankruptcy of flor held on the 1s.b. ilny Buptembur. A. D. I1HHI\, to- To all whom It may concern: Anthony' Jr., !DIrectors

ts, farmers and fruit growers. One I wit: Tl'lit SpeUol Sihool DlBtrli't No I. ofj Notice is ((6)) ---- -- -- ---- -- -- -- -, --
hereby the
given that undersigned '
of these insects the j Dadu County. Florida shall Ir-suo Its bonilH to The highest amount of Indebtednessor
phylloxera, the amount of forty tlloUMlld ) ) dnlliim will apply to the HonorableN. liability to which this Company o a o n o a o o n n n r n o o.o o o o o o o o o o oo
I ((4l.OO.UO) o".0 Ito! It! 0 Ito! lito Ito! 0 !
lit Ito..o Ito
made bankrupt the whole-island of lito ItO II alltoerollt
olltoero..o lIto..o"0"0.011I
to b. u"llu coiisu, 'inning slid eq iii('psng. ( a B. Broward povernor of the Stateof can at any one time subject Itself, t
Madeira. Getting among the vines, si houl building for >iam<'; [III being especially Florida at Tallahassee Florida on shall be tho amount of capital stock S3

it destroyed them utterly. understood, this. electkoi. Is upon thi, expreMi the 10th day of October. A. p., 1900 issued. at such time. :n Co
;
( "A woman insurance agent once euiidlLlon. that If this Irand, (Ustio .hallunrry for letters patent Incorporating The ((7)) SDNCER SEWBNC 'Co 5
the bonds voted In the iluctli hold in West Palm Coach Telephone Company -!1 The names and residences of the Incorporators '

pleaded in my court that a depreciation aid IJINt.lot. upon\ tIm :43.d day of April, A, D., of West Palm ,Beach, Florida un- I of this Company with the Co

of beauty was the cause of her 'Dili! nre by thin Issue substituted ansi saId first der the following propound charter amount of stock subscribed for by Jo'II

failure. She had been making $7- I..llolllode. null and volil othernlHa snid finl the original of which Is now on file each are as follows: :Ii MACHINES!

000 a year, but an illness seized her, Issue to I' *m..l" in full force mid virtue I; said. In the office of the Secretary of State John E. Llddy, residence West Palm

and this illness impaired her beauty bunds, to draw .Interest lit the me or five PerCent of the State of Florida. Beach, Fla., 25 shares. '0 ?*o

pt.'"' niiinini; Interest coupon payable JOHN E. LIDDY .Marion E. Gruber, residence West S3So1 "

greatly. 'Before and after1 photo- senil-annnnlt, to-wlt May tat and November /MARION E. GRUDER, Palm Beach, Fla., 25 shares S U 00

graphs of her were shown, and I 1stofeiich successive year; p'lomlpIIII'IIY- GEORGE L. BRANN1NO. ,, George L Branning, residence West 00

must admit that her looks had suf- able Miiy in of chub siu-ci>t>sl\a year to Wit: JAMES R. ANTHONY JR. Palm Beach Fla., 25 shares. o o I I ill I Iose "

fered much. Since her illness she llooo 00 pfl' annum for the years 'lOfIS' 1909,1910 The undersigned( hereby associate James R. Anthony, Jr., residence I I hr -- ,

had been unable tarnake much i and 1911; ligoooo per annum for the sears 1911, themselves together for the purposeof West Palm Beach, Fla., 25 shares Koo v 2?
mon- 9'3, 9'4' and 19151; $200000 ptr annum for the becoming Incorporated and JOHN U
forminga E.
LIDDY VoS3
Men had not listened to her I 1916 and ... 00
ey. as years 1917 1918 1919; $.Soo. per annum corporation under and I
by virtue of MARION B. GRUTOER
before. Her income, in fact, had I foi the years" 1910, 911., 1922 and 1913, and the laws of the State of Florida, with GEORGE L. 'BRANNINO, --: "
fallen from $600 to month.I' 3ooo.oo per annum for the yeurs 1994 1915, 1926 and under the 2-5 S ;<
$75 a and 1927. following proposed .JA1MES R. ANTHONY, JR. N )

Chicago Chronicle. Be It further tea Ived that the Puperlnten charter: State of !Florida) 22o I -i Vl 05 (
I' .. .. S..
((1))
dent of Public Instiucllun of Dade County, )ss. i$ 05
c "Itullfliiclies! fed oil hemp seed turn Florida be and he i Is hereby. directed to give .be The name of the corporation shall County of Dade.) o WVo I
The
quite black" said naturalist. "Ilorsca public notice of the time, place and purpose of West Palm Beach Telephone Before me a Notary Public State cf H
F "said election is Company of West Palm Beach, FlorIda Florida at
as provided by law. Large,
personally 22 .
came 2'
kept In coal mines for several years ,
and Its business businesses > j
The ballot slul! b..: or as .1hn E. LiddY, /Mai'Ion E. Gruber c'
become covered with soft, thick fur 0'
herein provided shall be 23S3
For Bonds for$40.ooa oo conductedIn Geoige L. Branning and James K. :Anthony h
like a mole. The ma.Ulflf of Tibet who the State of ''Florida In other 05
Against Qjntls for $40,000 Jr., each of whom is to
In tho Tibetan !hb'hhltul has n heavy and the "X" mark shall be placed to the left States of the United States and In well known and known to me be So

coat of wool. loses his coat completely nud Immediately III front of whichever proposl Foreign countries wherever necessary the persons described in and who meto.subscribed 5 i'

when he Is brought down to the plains. tlon the elector thnll select to vote lor. and desirable. and executed the foregoing Vo .5- So 05

The ermine In his Know Infested homo I appoint for Inspuctoi and rlurlf ronpuc- ((2)) I charter, and severally acknowledged -.

.. % turns white In the winter but If he it tively; Gco. B. Baker II. W. Porter" E. T. The general nature of the businessor that they executed the same for the 232S Ofol

; taken for the winter to a warm climate Williamson nod I). A. AlIt.tl. the uulll InHpectora businesses to be engaged In' and purposes therein expressed. Are "I'I led II, iul Trim.Vf fp\\\\ tilt hi on terms 2'I

he do*)iiot turn white at all. Quite and clerk to revolve for their sort'1('.. the transacted by said Company shall be Witness my band and official seal 23 -$3.00 u'io q
I i i' ih that alford be SooJ
herein to
aa after mentioned and set i \nu ispnot
amaflafs altogether are the changes Hume romiinnrHtlun as such olllcrrs receive at West Palm Beach, said County of .

that with food' and environment we ., fjr( County elections. forth, Viz: Constructing, equippingand Dade, Florida, this 5th day of Sep- 23. without on.'. Yin., can a\.t\ tinost' of one !"y

can effect on all living creatures, even n. E, Hall operating a telephone exchangeand tember A. D., 1906. 23O! 5.
on man."-Philadelphia Bulletin. I Kupcilntemlont- of 1'ubllc Iimtruction for I system, to furnish, transmit, con- .***....*. E l1L A_ TTtTivr. 'A MM.. W making yo i. ,'it II \I'd i t'hlltlr'II'plotllt'l', in lebS .cogVo
Dndu Cuollt"I"lo.'lolu. vey._ t.rannorfr: anti deliver gone,!, alw .. II
nuls and" intelligence, otb; telephone a a Notary S Notary Public .stt of 0.1! than a yt".u .-I I I liu.e" iha.! :lit,. ., .a 10 pay for it.
F Vlllnae of Cripple.*. Seal. Florida at Vo: .
Notice. I Large. t
exchange:; station in the city of .......... 00
The strangest village In the world Is Notlcu in he.byClypo '\Vest Palm Beach, County of Dade J 25: We carr> i,,1i)i ;.11 in stock. CftJt. anc.\\ see! themMachines 'I
that '
undoubtedly the little hamlet of Jatte by virtue ol II Bly commission expires June li 19; o. 00
and State
of Florida
to and from the .
llnal uVcrooln the C'lrrult Court: of Dude County 25 for I--M, by the week;::;.
near Culoz, In France, not far from the FlorMu In
Italian frontier, where dwell about 200 crick complainant nml,, AiiKUHtiK Dell ...t. the Company within and withoutthe Incorporators, 2? -, .5',

r deformed men, women and children al. are resliolailutita| I hull onVr for oSlo b.- City of West Palm Beach;' o "We, Are \fter( Your Furniture Business."

who in Paris go by the name of "Culu- fore I ho front door of tbo Court HOUHU ".f across Lake :Worth to and from VOt 05

de-Jatte." They are deprived of the Dade County nt Mliuni. Florida, between the residences and offices of Its Vo -- -- .-- ... -_. ==: 1
J use of their legs and tlilghs and push tho hours ul 11 o'clock a.m, and :a o'clock patrons on the East Side of Lake Notice. 25 r

themselves along In primitive wooden p.m., on the ml dny of Ocol, *.r. A. n lliou.' Worth, said County and State, I 25
the following descrIbed. ,Iniifl. loc8teolln Dade In West Palm (Beach, aforesaid, South- Notice Is hereby given that six month
: carts with wooden wheels which they
propel by means of a, flatiron sbapeu County.. Fliirl.Ia. :: JJuglnulnir at a .tnli" hovateii ward in Dade County oforesaM"' about after date of this notice, we nh II presentour 25o McGINLEY BROS. 'CO. !
Thirteen lluuilruil mill Twenty (inuoj: )) sixty-seven ((67)) miles to anti from 1
f I block of wood In either hand. feet, South nni. ) Three Hmnlruil' In'l l IhlttyI8MO the offices and residences of its accounts foi, final settlement an.lDPply VOo 0
___J I patrons mVO
I _ _
I feet EHHT ,
) from the f'o.tbVe .
t In for '
corner Miami Sold County and our discharge as executors of( Opposite School House
CHILDREN IN PAIN Ol Hwilmi six ill In 'InwiiHlilli KortyElKhtIM State; from said telephones the 0._ .
I exchange estate aud last will and !.
temmncntof
OOOItOItOI
.
never cry as do children who are suffering -I South, of Rnn" Vorry-Tliree (til: ) KiiHtT. station in West Palm Beach aforesaid 3IIo 0 0'O0: : O :'o.ceo'o'o'o: : : : o'toIttOIltO OIttO lito Itt 0"o .
.
tin, ', John H. FJrelaford, decensrd OItOlto"'to..oItOItOIl' ,. .. ._. ........... .. d' 4 "
,.' from hunger. Such Is the CIIIl'< ,' IK "niiiiiliin' :North i)mu Iliimli'Hil. (1(10))) Northward through the North to tb?! lttoIltOIltOIltO"OIt... .. ...".. ..
I LI. Lnal; ).ighi.)' 180; feet;Mouth One llunilreil !- | end of Dade County aforesaid. and County fudge at. Miami, Dade County,
Of ill bnbie's who and for
dry nre treated
l (tOO) fittt and w.Mt : Florida -
tlKhtjr (HO) fwt toplncu i Into and traversing the County'' or: St. Dated, June 3oth, 19116.B .
,
.
., lickm SB, when tbe\' really ae unffeiirijt of I>I>BIIIIIIK| | : olno. the lolli.vvlnn' do 1 1mrltMtfl Lode about :
seventy-five miles ((75 M. BrebforlMary
]
S from, hunjrer. This i it. caused l from ll.elr trait: lienliinlua. / nt a point' In thr|I nilleH) to and( from the residences and CITY MEAT MARKET
C
SiclIon line bot\\, .Sn-ilonn Brelsford. I
"" '
I Tuvult' One
food nor being assimilated but devoured nfflciM ol Ita patrons lu Fort Pierce,
:aii) miii 1'u\ "',ity 'I'\\u (iaai: : m,
rowinhip T .
: b> worms A few do is of White',, I For'y.ftr.. Mouth of. I,nnw I..rr.v .fliwtil St. 1 Uiole County, Florida: also'sard A. FEASTER, Proprletor-

trt: Mil Vermlfujf will C.U1SC them to Umt, 'I' u lliiiKln-il' ,nml. 'I 1 Ihjrtr huh)) I and nriinration to have the right, power fOlEftf: IaF fA i Florida .. ad Western; !' Meats: IhouLtrytarne and K': I s-
I privilege to construct! equipa1td"lerate :
ten : nf ,
Nortl tin > ,
South/
c<"B"e er> lnx ann I b Rinto'lirnt' at OIK t. < H i,111i) .1( i.oi. I ". .
Tlirii-. ., ,In, mllil :SUM. "im, wftm". T"I ,,. jjin such other) "xchanges. branch- S5CIacOudk: ';.ad I'_. !:;,>>....11:. Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.
.
Give it n trialS (\ b* 1C. I lr/-1. I
<
) < anti feeders
., to said
telephone
I I ih \""h-W. urn 'r .f th> HII,ii.|> .ilivl Ion ystrui -
il)"'''lfil' lji I mil L'iliin| to .Noah! If. Hull; ,I I, to and from the veral towon, I'\'tt9IlCI2.In JofTerbon' BlocIt WEST: PALM BEACH
A HEALING GOSPEL I thuiHtt East Thlrlran lIuII""'" ,mill, Ii't3'j villages; HPttlementu antI individual ,

: 'I 1'1 I, I K< \' J C "''.irr n, pastor of Nln.. stud 1-4"\'u-IcII't" i III W.7 fnt, to ihi. ,' patrons along the line pf Its main, Count Judge's( Court1) P.obnte.nls. .. "
Hlioiiot, I.ilk* Worn, .... telephone "yqlr Iii ns I iho lloaid of Plrt'ctom --- -- '- --- -
: .c. :\dtli ( ) > Iktio-- Dade
; "ni Slats
n It [ i-tlliiinli' luljir\ GJ JoJIas' County of Florida,
::1- Ihm.li. ''
; '. 'r! !l t'i i 1",1\" C. I' fTQ! \0'n. , .. | !' I ... In tin m itt 'r of the Estnle rt)
IP n r II h Ini'i f I n. '. M ",11 1"I, i II)I... t... .. v\ vat (Comi.iii') to h t iho further I., .... West Palm Beach and Wagon
I .lI.I. P '
'; "i ,' I I'' ml'. c,r 'Mini'', t'.iA" ," Iii. ii. .. rlJn !>nu"! .x.i ot i 1,1', I i II| :40 j (In,] enter W.rd, ilecenBi-d ) Buggy
I" I
.. ... .. Notu-; i I. crt-hv" ,' .,.um i that
.I..I"I ,
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I I.
a iii I I. I" ,, .. I I theImuH nn ticat'ith
I upon I of I
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)In d iinv *
/ I. i i 1'- r I ini I"on or eorIIM ,
j In ,
2 C "J" ... I" I ,, .I ,,, of JIM"um: i'. A D. 1907, Itliall C. AYNAfcD Prop.
,. "" I II I '' .1' 1"1)' ) "I'M i hi' i in i .,HI-' ',' of, itiakliiK ,
i df.\ .
j \ me h i i prt-.11 i > un ,
for
l" ''I' I i'L.nut. final
fl" 1 t I I I. I ''i 'in'"ih,.,. 'I', .'1111111'1 In" set- Ortl
b.. I i hotn, I I ., ,.I'I' ,. ,, .. I lJ, ,. -. ,Ill., 'ni-, .ti,d Ur t &m I lit-n t ) .1 us"HI! I n I" v he'rellrl1fl S v (ti If the tittoit 'It) rt r ph for my dmclmru.! i, SriD]) {[ Waps Built to

Elre..c Bitters bave wiarie lIe 'v strong: j I' ,nd me .. ll.... HXI'H1\|| '> In ai'lotlnK( a snltalilc may iiVite! ( as executrix of the Estate t and. cifili,I .
I to Last Will
Ih jn-t w..lh!! d l tlin, e r 11"" l i 11 S'JU,i of ih., 1 1 l.irlllll I li..i: 'nulro liv jmivlin .. ,.. I ao- Hud Tell..m -lJt ol' Pm*< 'm ,' i 1 n' Tfo art" nug'
(: : ) 1)111 mnatloa) oritIf.'rWt. P. Wird. ,I. 'Cartlage
-1 1D' | il
i ,.-1""' "j1' I"'"J .j I It,ii ft' ,,, -ea. I 10 tie) r.,,ni,, wagon.
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__. n' ,"'. i in r. eat. '11I1 ., jj N' 1' in -i l'I', .1 i ai 'itflclanti' l>..t\ll'\ jrlIe: 'filli,' .10' '1906 -or)

r S '- a h 'I'' i n r h to olll'.rud* < V !'I't ?',\|oI.] | ,lilt| R0 ", *'

i ti !t'' i I raneh 'to fxntrtx' or I ll-! I at Will) ind r "ttnm
u -
I : Sold 0i' "Iof !l"mtl8f
,- Store .h"". .tbptualftu' III"' t. aloft) II i nn ot .f P 'I'nl'! P WI', d.,. ,ed W *
ufldet guarantee fit Ill Drug( oft an1 w tr ooiiraa. street highway, H Pierre flrplnj ctlon
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1L. r.t'.! ''< !.II ) : 1 I" "" ,..... clLI-ator'! *1ho4ad. ct9au ,:it tnycher,1; AltQrue-V 101 :xocuti. *", Shop on Clematis Avenue. O fletuway Tra'kS I
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'I'HK 'IKOJMCAi' SlTW: I'S'I'; PALM, BKACtl KU>RU->A :s \'i'L lL >A. V I T 'I'; \1\,\ I'.K I',, I I-Kit\;, P-V 1 K: I IIHKKs : li'm'yM1gnon'S

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-1; 1I 'You'll! !tioir from] mc Mi's Beth h i
-" anon PROFESSIONAL; CARDS.
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I I L! :: I )AJi'lion;ni! : look Ibis ,
I ; It s a AlmiilKnal mid I.All/ "
rose to u,1.* 1

i '.Do you think thiMo" In any hope.:' I fJ. OIIILUINGAVOItTU:

Political oy I she could not resist asking ua she gain- *SeMOL t :

BELLEInstInct ed the <]O\ll'\ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR f I

MANIATES "I do. The fact of your being a sol. I
dler's widow and your having had experience Wont Palm Ueacli. .'181.GEO .

(''>p\'rltflit, 11X10, by E.C. Parcells. consider your In office application work will favorably.load me. to I O.Attorney. JUJc.ltU --'- DRESSES AND WHISTS '

/thai offer you u position very soon" arid Connsetlor-ut-Law/ '
retinue of ex-schoolmates he replied earnestly. t t tf',4
nuUt' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
worepaying tier a visit at the executive "What fun I !shall! have telling the ,

mansion thu home of her uncle Biris! thought Mignon as she sped II.I', UK ANN IN a, .

mom.\ governor of the state, home. When she had made a changeof 1,9 ?J ilfJ
gtcplitn)! costume she ', ,
of Until, Sometimes discovered, to her illsmay. ttornaj 'ourtsellor-tt-Law, '
llto-wit" guardian \ '\ Unit It was too late to Join the i 9' ,
for him to determine ( !nice over Dunk.) '
it was Oifllcult girls at (the country club for luncheon,
WEST PALM BEACH
wuli'li of these positions presented theDIal' as she had promised. While she was FLA $ l

intricate complication reflecting this ,S f
change In her pro.
Uc win past bill youth, but had not gramme tie library door opened and MEDICAL.,AND SURGICAL, $ ''fl'
iipproncbej middle age. The ex- the governor entered. at the beginning of the ;
yet O. I1OO1) M. UPHY8ICI1H .
"Oh, there Isn't luncheon if ,
friends found him awe Inspiringami any she

sctiojl regarded/ him from u distance with said "The girls are at tile golf links.Mrs. / AND &UROEONOlllco e JUST Term of School ,
interest Farnham! Is invited out for the your f c !Ij'
romnutic over Potter's bicycle store, WEST
silverypdtch on each day, and I-I made a mistake in the
"That little PALM BEACH in-iildunce near KoynlPoliiulaaa '
tempi !is so distingue! ," ardently declared time not and dldu't" meet them. You wore. Hotel PALM IlKACH. 13-1 and Girls will need' r .
expected )
Luclla. "'
'Makes one think of the loading man "I didn't come for luncheon," be replied Tj M. l>>POTTKit M. IK,
full supply of waists and
when ten years are supposedto "but what will you do?" 28bs new '
la a ploy between acts" giggled Ml- "Oh, the cook! will see that I don't go B- ) WjlHT, PALM, BEACn. FT.A. '

goon ellipse GrayIt hungry fear of,"him she had laughed.vanished Some way her DENTAL \ dresses. The materials mentioned $

was a source of delight to the others 1
"Let me see to that Instead of letting a
felt the Influence .
that even Mlgnon DU.Ii.II.MACY II1 .J.N. NEWlfAfOr :: #
the cook. below
ol their host's demeanor\ and refrained Will you go to luncheon with are most serviceable:
In frivolous me now? MACr & NEWMAN
from Indulgence 4
presence
Ills l'
I in conversation "What have you been doing all the UENTIS1S ,
To Mlgnon It was a matter for elm- morning?" he naked as they sat at a Ginghams lOc, 12 1-2e \ Percales 12 1-le, IffoChanibrays
little palm screened table. Office In Jefferson Block

' grin.Impressive She!! fortified reminders herself that continually he was of :. "I've' been writing," she replied In a WKIt'r''PAIM B8ACH, FLORIDA 12! l-2ct 1S1 Colored, Linens !25c, 3So
by
toiio.
people for the people, by the people ruminating
the "So have I, and I feel the need of
even ns she, and that a governorwas Ilt. j. 1<:. LInDY 1 "
1 recreation Will you drive with me
,
but the
not BO much anyway, gubernatorial 1
after luncheon?
1 dignity bung round him Dentist! I
still, and her forced courage/ oozed, Mignon decided she would not tell Ollloo First door west of Dade County SteW
) the girls of her morning As the !f. !; '
away whenever lie addressed her. I (;41 llnnk l ) i

Cue morning: the retinue, with the exception I days went by she became the companion WEST PALM HBACIl Fl-OKDA! '
of the\ governor In his hours of r
1 of ;IVKnoii, trooped away to
ease. One evening us she cat moue In
the .roll links. Mignon remained nt t
) to write le i.s'! but when she I the library he suddenly appeared ant {
Lo a
laid before A l Notice to The Publicregarding ,
a paper her. Sha caught'her :
kuew herself!! to lie alone lu this bl% I
I ttatoh house she suddenly experienced her breath. It was the paper she had (i I pure drugs and the care necessary .
signed! lu the executive N I N '
I a sensation of her childhood days' and I "1 have come for the otllce.fulfillment of 'I In compounding prescriptions. I ,
Irresistible desire"to D
was Impelled by an he Most drugs are more subject to damage
1 your promise, said gravely. I
lie naughty. The daring Idea of
She had not rend" the that in our climate than in any other, '
/ paper I ,
uncle bur.
l Iluta'a seized '
callinr"I'd like upon to see him 'on duty,' she morning in his[ office, as be had given because of the great amount of moisture ML8CILINTS'PiSAUC7ALAcri\ LADIES' LJ X1..7 P"c

; her no opportunity to do so. With ,IIu the air and the length of the hot sum. $ c
will- Incognito
mused. "I might-yes t go -
.
r ." burning checks she now' perused the I men, and it is Impossible to keep some WEST PALM. BEACH, FLK. i iAt

! There was a chest upstairs containing startling application: drugs more than a few tnontbj at a time V
tt. ......... _... ._ > .,. '% 'J 1I
I do hereby faithfully promise that when Last after .... : _
:irmeuts, belonging to Uuth's 'de- before,they spoil year we - - - --v -
Stephen Thorn, governor at the state of '
parted kin -, asks me to be his wife I will accept had consoliduted" two drug stocks we .
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Presently there emerged from the executive the otter NANCY BETTEN3. were forced to throw away over $lop.OO -

mansion a quaint little figure lull L Street. worth of drugs which, were spoiled.
clad lu an old fashioned flower sprigged ""Well" he asked entlt' tlnly.; I I Is )
This made frequent
summer we more
skirt,, a laco mantilla, a beat straw "It Isn't "
legal or binding, she said orders for' goods and bought smaller Florida East Coast Rail\vay.
bonnet and a lace edged veil. defiantly, "because yon see, It la signedby
quantities so we would not have
any
short distance "
The capitol was only a a fictitious name.
from the executive manalon, and Ml- I lo&s from old goods but even then we
"Will you'not remedy that defect?
gnon met few persons. The guard who "I prefer," she said softly, "that you were forced to throw away some, rather Local Tina Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 19G r ?r'

stood In the broad corridor as she entered make mo a verbal' offer( than sell drugs that had lost their
did not vouchsafe her a second : strength or bad spoiled. SOUTII-BOIJND..READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-.REAO UP. ,

he directed her to the -_..-_
glance as executive -
From the Apocrypha If a prescription is brought to us to be J

office It is IniposHibU* to axe.< ,el'at0 the filled it is put up by registered: drug. ". uIy'7 cV? No. 00Dall> N.Dally. 211 STATIONS. No.78 Dally N..98 Dally

SO-nou did not follow his directions. immense, Iudelde! iu'01" Un; fish" [poetry -
Ruth had told her how !she! gained his and Itiillin to t'' gist: who bus had twelve years experience 0 4V"nt U man Lv................,......JbrkaonvlllA ...,._._...._..Ar 721\pm B OSam '
'piicir" .Vvjeryplm. : in such work and who d Oapm 2Nrm ,. .Bonth Jackeonvlll..Lv 8 47au1 ,
private sanctum when she was In a The IK ,i'i'M-1, 1'''" c'> '. (iiiiii! In puts only dil '4 it 7 2Upm 19 Ilium :: :.,.:::.::::::....,. ndne....:===; X m: 7 4 snm. j

burry and did not have time for the his "NUlit Tr-' !11> pure end intended fresh drugs into the the doctor prescription who- 7 r OSpm apm: n anm flirt :: ::::::::::::::::::::::-..Dasut' PalatkaSan -::::::::'.:-':::::::::: :: B 684pm 201,01 B 84m B0aOxm '

red tape channels of approach through But their hr.r, -. ':'H.I'' ,: HUo tho as by -it'sipm: ]00 m'r....._..... ........ a at a.....__.._?._. v 6fjii) 6 mm;; ', r
prlvntit secretary and messenger.: She wounded air, wrote it and we will! promise the public !.4nprn! 1L lOam L\...............?.......... Palatka........._.................Ar 5461'1 600amI "
slipped into the "governor's parlor" and Soon "clone: ,,1"! >i'4 pI sad i the shaft no that anything that they may order from -\ Y.'pm .......... ... Ar_.........._... .._.. MutooPau ._.... .._...._.. \' .. ........... 6161\m I) ;
the door from there Into trnco la tOllnIare -- i We're Youto .................. 5 I th ein lv..I, Mateo .......................... "B 26pmg ............... '
boldh opened for "
Waiting
) us will be carefully attended to. ;;' pm- Lv..BnnneILo..i.tv copra n"Ci4pm

his ni tvnte office. evidently to !lx 1 1. i bed' to the ve/rp( Respectfully, Wpm 12 12 8(jpm ..._...._......_........DupooC._._._.._... 2Upm 58'' ,II"o ,
The governor chanced to be alone, In tIle "Boolt of \VI:,,lo'n! ," "As when come In and have a talk with us about 481'm 11apm ...................._..... Ormond._..._..._. 8flpm/\ : u'a.n,, Ii1018pm

and he turned In surprise to see who an arrow I IH shot ut .1 I murk It parteth BROADWELL & MOORE, banking. Not that we want you to 10 O2pm; 1 1lkipm 21pm\ :: :.:::::::::::.....:.-PortOrsngs Daytona.;;:::===::::: :: : 46pm 8apm 4Bern 4ton

was so bold In Intrusion. the air, that lnmu> liately:: cometh together Druggists, Jefferson Block, West Palm learn the business, but because we wantto 10 1Ir.o.mI\ _\ Wpm Ar. .........,............New Smyrna....................... 8 161m. 4 L'!!L (1 )

'Did wish to see me, madam" again so hilt n man cannot Beach, Florida. do business with you. We're pros- I1 loam- <1.llpm I ...................... Iak Helen ..._...._..?.lLv.. 1 OOrm 6 1/1/ in
you pering, and with increased facilities for 11 29nn1 4 D5pm Art......__.......... Orange. City..-........_. .......4 126ol'm 6 ftlpm! ,,, r'1l
he linked In courtly manner, placing a know where It went through The fa- for business want to 10Rm 600pm ............. Orapga/ City Junction ..,........... 124Opm !!! '
chair ror the visitor. mous "Hymn of Prulse" Milton's) caring you J 1U itpm 2 1"1'm L............. ...,.KBIT Smyrna.. .._...?.... ... Ar 8 4O6a'uui y
"Paradise" Is modeled after Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS 1I101'm \\I Jpm ........................Oak Hill. ......_ .?......LV \\I 4'"m' 8 (firm
"You are the governor asked a clearly Prosuer With Us. 1t I1'.n B 3upm Ar.............................Tltusvlile..............."...7........ .. \\I o1'm; 8 ''"n-:! 1
queer. hlcjh; pltcfied\ voice. the "IJenedlelte," or the "Song of the aIII: Il tarns 6 IIOpm Art. ........_........... ..4auror ."......._...._.". v U1 66am 8 3ulnn
1 11 In." be admitted. Three Children," in the Apocrypha, as '11 Banking with us doesn't nieau "get- o 9Dptn!! 1t LVI.............,?..,....".. Sanford..........................;,\Ar 6 60}on! ... ...!Il _t"um"
"I came to see If you would give mea in the lines: JP ,1\\ I'' II IIr' 'l ricb-quick," hut a steady, healthful! Jl alum B! ....?........_.."_..TltuSVnie'.................. ?....NAr 2Spat '(seam' '
: .... 2 2'cntn
position In the caplt,>l. I am the wid- His praise ye winds, that from four quarters -I ]'Cltc.r'!{' 1 ,' I.\; I \ growth of wealth. g 01am 8tam : 61pm a1 m :: ::::::::::::::::::::*AockluAae Cocoa.; ::::::::- :::::::::::.Jy:.. t 2O2gnn Pm 1 : t ,I

of taxes" blow Clam 422pm .. ....._._.._...... ..._............... 12 1.pm 347'I n
ow a sol'lIer-nntl-I t line be
i. soldier's widow" asked pay the governor Breathe soft, or loud and wave ye tops 0'10:N floJ.:/ 'I l\J\\ \ "m\,, I" safely Anything done through in the banking us. Will be pleased can !I Mum t'Iam: : &topic)pm :: =::::-.:: ::::..:.,.....!.EDlelbnnrua.sebnvtlan..t.\:::: :.: ::::::: ::::::::: 12 1102am 87Da 12 1 :Y Vu': ,::

with Interest. "In what war did With ye every pines plant in sign of worship ,vy +j ,J i vd yaL to see you.DADS g 4aam OSam : Wprn lxpm: "" :=:::::::::.Ft::::..ITur Lucia Plorco.\ : ..:...,:, ;::::::::::::::::: :: g tl.nm O8am if 01)11 rpm t

your AmMranV"( husband serve, civil; or Spanish- It wave.Is also to the Apocrypha as to the ''J 1l 'COUNTY STATE BANK g Beam emam 3 4ipm Blum : ::::.::::::.::::::llbhaUi Eden .. ::.., ::::.:....:.:::::::.::: :: 13 tsn'n 17ant It I r' ,:'"'1,
@ < .. ., 10 "annt 118alam
s 4 Jonmm
There was a, moment's hesitation before book of Proverbs we owe many max w.,.' tr! ,.. ,.-'m1:.r'\lO II4eam 6a7pm Ipm :: :::=::::::: ::::.Btnurt...:::::::::::.::::::::::: :: 10 Want ,10' ., L '

Mignon decided to locate "her ims which have become household --.....-. .'-<-..="'--="'.o--. ,"'.;, West Palm Beach, Florida. 4 20an4 4011m: 7 T r.r.] : :: :::::::::::::-.:::.w::?:..Ito Vvo!>t<*Jupltar'MtPnliii Hound:: ::::::::::::::::::::?:: :: g 4 t'"m I.rem lZ :m'I it /

husband" In the civil word In our language and In the languages -' d Jleachi. ... 9Itam It
war. ; 613nm 8lapm
"What his and In of all nations ;;;; fI'', 8 taem 8 41pm :::::::::::::::.,i... IlnyntonKort .......:::::::..::.::.::: 8 "Oam g ;(;ii 1,, .It ilL
was company, civilized\ a8am ... Delrny .. .. !"ant 8 I" m l d
what regiment: did he enlist OF t 4nam : ror ::::::.:::::::::: LsinlerJaleLemon ::::.::::.::::::::: :: f ynam 7' :m A ,

Silence.' ..Apprenticeship.The L. A. WILSON 7 8 Onatn 57un; 9 aay 47pin pm :: =:::::::::::::dial/andale Dania/ ;;:::::::::::::::::::::: :: 7 7 Ooam 1O'tm,' 7 7 ': "' r! l II'

"Don't you know the number of his disrepute luto which apprenticeship Doors Sash, 7 lJ8al11 30 Slum'\ .. ...._.......".-- City, ........................ h a( I '.,",," .. ,
T 6oam' 10 sopm Ar...._......_.. _........Miami...................... 1 6 Doom: '
regiment? I baa fallen and to which so much MANUFACTCttER OV Want .. .._....._. ..............?...... .Mlam .......................11r .................. "'
"011, yes; thirteen.: unemployed and unskilled Uibor Is to Blinds, MouldingsAND 10 SOum ....._....._ Ar4.! .".............."..HomoLoad.. ..........?..........!Lv................. i L' 3 u ,
"And what state" be attributed has no more hlstdrical I ___ _
"Pennsylvania." foundation than has the prevailing dls, -- Boots and Shoes Jllljf Parlor, Cars on trains 30 and 78. Ballet sleeping Cam" on tmini wj and r'" ',
t Dully excel.lllunday.
And what was the letter of his company like to domestic service. Both! were Building terial, -
?" be nakedbeginning to make a honorable enough: professions at onetime Repairing in All Kinds of Leather ko. 3 Nn.19 No' IC'' 'o.18No.20'I I I"i::
'
S.t. 1'10.21' Coil :to.I& '
rat uiorandnni.'Why only slightly differing from each CHARLESTON, S, C. Goods Neatly Done, and'D;lt' MAYPORT BRANCH 0.11 I I ,j vi
I "
--II!" triumphantly. other In etymology as In kind. The tom". Largest Factory South 1- Dally sets.Dilly" Dally Sun.Daily lally'' RDLOp ,
_. .
Ills pencil polHwl. apprentice-from the French "npprcndre - -
............ ....... I,r'' 70'1 II''In I 'Sc
bound fora Send for Prices a4ap 11101' 200p 1000n : \' bon"I11O' <
Tin- to usually Buckskin
companies were only lettered to learn-was Indian Tapned o 8p Cap:! IBllp 20111' 10 Qal! .......8o'tl1 Jaekxonvliie.. ... .. 1.., Ii 'I: II 1! I !, .
K fur Infantry, you know." term of years! to his master, who undertook 1030p 721p 56Op 2.101' 1080 ; ........,...'Bllblo1).n. h ............ ..1 6"'' "I, ('''' "I'
"Then she said. I maintain and Instruct him I scalp/ 7201' 1165p 240p 10 n ..........AUontlc Buuch......._ a I;:'.. 1-", I ,
K
to
probably It was : and Horsehide Shoe 1)6Op( 746p SlOp 800I'ItOO"Ar..loh.n'orC..T.v COOe,, 7/l( .. )2 "
"1\ looks like R, you know. The domestic servant, called a menial GEO. HASLEHURST & SON

"Yes, sometimes," be admitted, "but by jaw 1 -from being "Intro moeula," PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL SIE\" SHIP( CONHECTIOnS() ) Al ,,, ?

wh it-kind ot a position did you wish" I within walls-was, as a rule, bound Contractors and BuildersP I' FOR TENDER FEET
"Any position! desperately. only for a year. Neither implied any Close Connection Made at t Miami with Steamships uf the P. & 0. S. S. Co'' ;
I In the case of Olive St.J orth of New Jefferson Blo
Chat experience have you had? reproach. Indeed, as 0, BOX 304
"I have copied l legal papers." remem- Dick: Whlttlugton, the London apprentice Havana and Key We .t ,

l b.> Hug a brief she had. once copied for was! very often the younger SOil '
her father, who had wrathfully con of a country gentleman. Perhaps the +OON0000000010NONOONOOOONOOOOOONON0INNNNOsA Two Sailings EacM 'V : .

signed( It to the flumes with the criticism law made later on and existing Into : RAMS & fdIlkl1E ii Trains Discharge Passenger at ShMde.!; No! Tr.Thota :'' "!" i
that It resembled his Chinese the seventeenth century, under which --
laundry check. all young men and women were compcllablo Time T..hl.. t _how tho Hmo at which tmlni "IMII '
from the aororul. Mtutlttna. but their arrival. fl ttu u. ut I .
or '
"Have you, Indeed! lie said In evident by the Justices to be apprenticed I i Blacksmiths p.'O Wheelwrights i i'i not In this Company: to he held roaponalbto for any(t..lay.ur'\IY" 111" "

surprise, and Mignon felt that she In some way, may have produced ,. ..
h. 1
had apprenticeshipLondonChronicle. Per Copy of the LOCAL TIME? CARD O r f : 'f'
I1cquIrl'dlmportllDce !In bis regard. a dislike to
:
the !governor seenfeil to be absorbed Horseshoeing and "SEE TUB TICKET Afar '41'." i iI.
''
lu meditation, and'Mlgnon began to i General Repair Work i ii ,
I. .. c; :' : I I IMM
feel the silence embarrassing. Don't flunk Your 110'11.: RAMNFR, A'i't. 0* \. Pr'1 t. t

"I don't know of any vacancies or If eves yon find yourself getting:; Into 2 i: Manufacture of Tools Specialty :

openings at present he) finally remarked the habit of blinking your eyes raplJly ,

"hut It you will make a formal ap- I' without any cause stamp tho Inclina- : Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-Town Orders ii i wKVnawtsse n..smri I' 1 ,

Pll'atlon o.ntllenve It here on file I will. tion out at once. An 'authority says +e+ .. ...e-- -,+

i onmianlcate with -you.. as noon as the that this: habit will make your eyesight Poidsett
"l 1'!rtunty! offers. I fall long before It should. Natural : Street North West Palm Beach i SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO
essential" to clear and I t
Oh, thanlt !" she said gratefully."I I blinking Is
don't seem you to have blaafcformV moisten the\ eyes, and the average number :....................................................

any I I Is . .. .. ..
blink mlnatfr =
he said, looting overthe pain I of. natural per -- ---- -- -- ---- ----- -- ------ ---->------- HOTEL DELt; P ADO

i's scattered on Liar desk. "However. : about' tuvntv THfte are uoceasary.ami GRAFTED

I H write one out and :you can sign It ; ',M\ tin: t mere\ 1I11"'I'lmuily.( But a Mulgoba Mangoes 6 '
urn! have your address also.. I; nt'I"vr:, I hunt! "r", .,'111 girt lu Aomathlll" BUDDED A Hlgh-Clas: Family and Transient Hotel.

Ulauon hnd decided a Ii'' ,' .1'I'n '1'1''' "' hundred In a Located! hei'o.' I.\ ,, nul, 'Id 1 1IJ Midu i
already upon fJILl'jet Collection of Orotons In the United! States!! '?alma, Phjrllan n u.hat'1\ 1 rvrn \\1\100, t""UnlC11' tile
\11.11110 told address no when ho pvi" thus etc Allpotmrown. Line Of Citrus
ha'111ed her pl this is I d'' ,.j', '!"'''"'"I <>' the Ore StOCk
written
'u-' n per? be.had I ,,,I "later trltattonI / / smiwnon high SDVUCB Fine Lanol.) Address Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Hoard for two People 3'
'I
removed: her glove, and on the line j i!:'lid h-r'" .
'" TictM ., tbd optl nurvo, and render BEACH. West Palm From $30 to $Ho per Week.
'iited she wrote. "Nancy: Buttons I I Ii' i: tlv>t n i JOHN Beach Florida y
i' un) i L street. i th' ,""I 1 ''I .1 1 > II\' inoi: weak }bntl! It .. Tir.'lM' minute* hunt Dew,, Townin' fllt..n'. (aean'' 'nl R"IIWII1 :, _: f wl
0.. litni.U' ""11" ..I'M i .I'fI"[ 1'I't"\I: !' i -- --- -- -- --- I : Alt Trains. JKmt. wblcK netkad ''
; UndloO the: signature <"irefnlly. | tip *< ojrd to all ".II'II'1I'1t l ihoul.lBRHDtiSY be ::
.'\ ut what ; first ,. ", ,.\.,". ll, ((,,, I 1'1 t '" 'I'' I :'J' 7
W'ns your fmiit/iind's!I< ? i .. TIUSHnVB. Pbopsfetess.
t name, sirs, Jett0n! >i'''' II'' r. 1" I 'I'', ''. ,,' TROPICAL SUN Finest Line. Job Printing'' '

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.-v 1 -i-'I I 1111"! P ,1. Lkn I si'., I Winter Home Site. ,5 lf I1'f' :'1'" e, r/f/ / ,PI' -
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/li'l i'' '' 'I.'. (lie MciiUi's, ieuK'slincilii II
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Street fin lii'iu lake. Ui, fini l to
me, III.'. K'ui4'sN.tr: IJivcuvvry for 751)' 'iiilwHliiiK -< -
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"IfrrrM jm- KIIOUII Is:: tin1 st.'iti'
!.' bniury' mid tlM'.r forte n body Coiisiiinpuon, which I kuow front ux1 ; wind mill suit! lank; place 'is I our new lino ofdren's Chit
''I' 'I" l S'I'1 LHic' OOUSUlllplioil "it Ulkl'U
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of si.In' pollOOnMmliloK ''I I I"M'''' "IVMU'I'Mllf I" piufd l and partly arranged for inicnlinn; II
IL, till'. in IIIIK- A1) '\I if' itnpr iveil,\ witli lir-d' Wearables for
UKripiilillr i i < i"n"i iiln '"
of MI"ollnvro 1.0 1'1"", nrr t"''''"It,1 ("vitlU- "tll't, twc'vr' l.nlllcs,, ('tflp1.ItNi" I l tIlt with !ol.p'l'r! ; pipe'! into I likicoinpVtr -;

arc '>.' I II J r .\ "IMP' "round.! CUIL' t. iirrs the I wrnat t C .tu4heand COILS 'Htli room fixtures, with hot school time at prices

hiivn rofjnlnr I I.., us.' ',,01 'thhvo'1 1 t Nnl t nicncv itfun Kl.] Al all
a u"1!i like th.ittliu >, i'u,'" r'joinitpil, puller I .,.ne: and, ,, $1 1 ixi Trial) hottlu hee. trees, alt\ in bearing. For a limited tune / very moderate. Here
01' oiitlytuI : ,cll-.irn/, Is of lur'jricities,
this place is offered HI $4,350.00.. Applyto few offerings '
They. lire orgalu.ld on a mllltury (llan/I PARTIES HAVING MONEY TO are a ;
but their dully tontine, morn" like tllllt WALLACE R, MOSES, Weal. Palm
1 Or the polloeiniiu' ill.in, of the soldier< I, LOAN( in Hums of 2,5(1(1( ( to $4,000, on (teach FinWest

Thi> Idea\ of the. urluluntora, of 1 tlir" I ,oar, ,two and (three years limo, on 1m- The Selz-Scbwflb scliool shoes are
wolil I lI -- ----.---_.._-- the best in the market at
derv stiito < Ihnt they very
pollri' WHH I pu?, pd I city property, can get first _'_M ..........
I I ,', "rit.UIl,1' legal/: rate of Interest by 'I $1.25 and{ $;,50 I

1 not only preseiMortlor In the rural 1 .lI.I'I' .' III//; to \V. I. METCALF.I Palm Beach I
(llstrlols' nt ull Hint's\ but tliat Uui-Iin.- and better grades;
I inafltf .Attorney and Agent
( inl'iln;;; dlHtnrbuiiivs they would not I .
Gasoline and
S -t rI -- l $1.75 and $2.00
armiM" the hostUlt.tbut. has been cneiKNwil I "
( by the employment of Pinkerton I DON'T BE BLUR; I ;
( '
ilctcftlvos In tin1 past The constnblllll' ; Oil Delivery We have a few boys' wash suits to 61HE'kC( Cah't, fe any ol\e
: .' consist ,of four platoons of and lose all interest when help Is within :YJfo. I close! out, size 7 to 15, worth 1.50 I { Mock, because there
_ _y reach. Herbiue will make that liver to $r.75.
fifty men) each under the command of ,:';'. ,rah < any one proper face!
perform !its ftitles properly J, B. ,
a <;ni>tiln: a lieutenant and live ser- \ ,. I 85c
A hat to look right mint bccorne
geuntH. The superintendent of the force Vaughn Elba. Ala, writes: "Being a
la John C Groom, former uptain.ot constant sufferers from constipation and ; 6a.rZ'fcttZcl': 9zr.tj A few boys' shirt waists worth 250 the vearer.STAe.
the First city troop of Philadelphia. a ilisorderod liver. I have found I aud 3sc to close out at
I fmperial Jat
There were several I thousand applications -j Ilerbine to be the best medicine, for 19c
for the 225 places on the force these troubles, on the market. I have : -: is i h\ac| ii" more atylc5 tl\ai\ any
and those selected for
membership are used it I believe (It be friend'shirt waist worth
constantly. to Mothers' other make Y o\j are ..sjrto
mostly men of military experience who Hang Up <
the best nirdcine cf its kind, and I wish 75 cents at
represent a high order of physical perfection get a skape'tkat look right.
all sufferers from tin se troubles to know
and also In the
Intelligence performance Your Card 49c
It of duty. The men have been the good Ilerbine has done me." Sold rigAC Tk.PrU.to y....wly look$ 'jJ 3.00

put through a course of Instruction In by A, G. Riegel and Our Wagon Boyr' fine, all wool Russian Blouse ee I...
horsemanship, first aid td Injured In suite worth Jfj 50 and ${ oo

making camp, In foraging In tapping' DON'T GRUMBLEwhen Will Do The Rest rail '
1 $2.76 Our Stork of NCW Styles( ,Just TI\
telephone and telegraph wires aud In your joints ache and you suffer' .
other unusual acts liable to In I
come from Rheumatism. Buy a bottle o Ira These Are All New Goo-is ANTHONY BROS.
the line of their duty.MISSANTHONY'S.
i Ballard's Snow Liniment and get 'instant

relief. A positive cure for RheumAtism
.,. SUCCESSOR Burns Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Sore HELP T3 OFFEREDTO
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Chest, etc., Mr. I. T. Bogy, a prominent WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLEWe
+ -'Rev. Anna Ilown.nl Shaw Orator and mtrchatn at Willow Point Texas: Buys SIRKIN CO.I
Woman suJlrase Leader. I I that tie, finds! Ballard's Snow Liniment j: earnestly request all young per .

f The Rev. A.nua Howard Shaw, upon the best all round Liniment he everyn : sons no matter how limited their I
mantle of tho late ed." Sold by A. G Riegel
whom..__ has fallen the
Susan II. Anthony as leader of the _______._.__ n means or education, who wish to ob-
tain a thorough business training and
cause of woman suffrage, has bad a remarkable -i
.u career. She was born In i a good position, to write by FIRST I Beautiful LotsIn

England but her parents came to this mail for our GREAT HALF+* RATE
country when she was five years of OFFER. For Sale.Two .

age, and her girlhood was passed In BilePoison
Michigan. Her early opportunities were Success, independence and probable single wagons and two horses, The New Railway AdditionTo

very limited and her reading was most- fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay. with or without harnessWagons as
Vly confined to the walls of her father's
Write today. good as new Will be sold very reason-
log cabin, which were covered with
lIeI'thirst THE GA.- LA. BUS. COLLEGE, able. Can be seen at Fern street, near
conies of a weekly religious paper.
for learning was unquenchable/ Macon. Ga. railroad crossing! or address the City of West Palm BeaeJi.

and she succeeded( In obtaining enough. has a very bad effect on your sy>- j Ben Davl. Citv. im Convenient, to Bridge, Ferry Railroad -
to become n teacher She became '
education tem. It disorders your stomach
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so noted as a speaker on religious. and digestive apparatus, taints your ?:},?,:'mn-.m1, m.mn-X'1: !: X''J'i"!:' :'; ':' '!:' J'i''nJ'j'nrnlJ'il: : \; station and to the business part
d "" .1. + ''d. 1+ Lt1fLtdf.hfuf; ""' ''-''''''-
subjects that the Methodist Episcopal | blood and causes constipation, with of town. Prices' Low anti Terms

church granted her a license as a local all its fearful ills. Easy. A good discount will be allowell -

preacher.Afterward she sought ordination from II WHEN YOU WANTA I for Cash

the same church but ou account of het'sex
was refused, and she therefore became
a minister of the Methodist Protestant For plats and information apply to <
of Bedford'sBlackDraught nice Buggy or Carriage to take a drive j
church. She Is a graduate
Boston, university, wbere she took I A good Saddle Horse for a canter or exercise WALLACE R. MOSES $

courses In both theology and medicineShe m Goods Delivered or Hauling of say kind done, call on ,
practiced medIcine In 'Boston for Agent Florida East Const Railway Land Department.West .
some years, but not for profit. The I J
only fee she ever received was 10 cents THESTABLE Palm Beach, Florida. $
from a woman who was dying and who I

Insisted that she should take the moneyto Is a bland tonic, liver regulator,and THAT ""'" """ ""' ""V
pay car fare to and Crila. her sick
blood purifier.It .
bed. MUB Shaw Is fond of outdoor exercises TREATS YOU RIGHT ,
gets rid of the poisons : -
and Is an expert with rod and by over-sapply; of bile, and quickly Mused ................................... ...............t
Una. Dogs, Guns and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties $ .
She makes an attractive figure on the. cures bilious headaches, dizziness, | I f There Is
I We send drivers with If wish Something Doing
lecture platform and Is regarded as a loss of appetite, nausea, Indigestion ; I you you ,
'very persuasive speaker. constipation, malaria, chills Horses are hoarded agd well taken care of :
I
and fever, jaundice, nervousness I tyr Transients fed at any time t t S All The Time ssrv, :

Irritability, melancholia, and all .
Speaking of the Bverglaclea!{ Mr Raul- sickness due to disordered liver. Y WE SELL! WOOD and deliver It to you .
ersou, one of Tantc's most prominent Z In our yards, and we are etlll gutting in ear t
It Is not a cathartic,but a gentle

citizens'These, says marsh: lands lire the richest i I. herbal, liver medicine which eases f? CAMPBELL;& MONROEOne after car of every /Kind of material need!! in tbe f

I I ever! saw, the pure, muck extendingfrom without Irritating. construction! of building Let 'us supply .you. Z
i three to five feet down from the I / Block North of, Bank West Palm Beach, Florida -

surface. Sugar cane will grow there lo Price 25c! at all Druggists. it
r-i QDGDit'1& r.Jt'J.1 .i EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. i
j enormous size and will raltoon for years

f ( Tomatoes and other vegetables will doCorrespondingly ...ifiiNNNiN.NN+Ni.3iiii.Niii....Nii....... WEST PALM\ BEACH FLORIDA'
; well. It is safe to say : Z :
tnat it I is; one of'the greatest sections of I FOWLER BROS. tA: '1- -tJ : ....................................................
Jaoo (;) unz 0 --__.J'
I'rtd.Fort" Pierce News. t/ L,. i
MACHINE SHOP .. ,. ---,

For Sale. : 1aintine / Jjang9nt Graining,7r-
j per t;j 1
GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY G. G. Strohm !
Crab grass hay baled. Apply to J ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK nishing J alsomining: and Glazing : Company

Brown! Hypoluso, Pia I. ..

GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR ..
k T HE YELLOW; FEVER.' GERM : All Work Tlr.t Cla.a. and Loav.Your OrcUn fitduarant..d : i FAMILY GROCERIES

1 ,
SALE dchnbhlck'l Stort4444444444444444444a4444444444444444
has recently been discovered. It bears i i

: ,> char! semblance to the malaria gertu.S. Near Ferry Landing!!:, Luke Front i Fancy Food Products

To I'T''i- the system from disease )germs: WEST PALM REACH FLORIDA i i West ];'aZ-rn BocJ.car : i ,. Grain and

+ the must flectl\e remedy is Dr. ICIng'1 i Provisions. '
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New Life Pills. Guaranteed to cure nil Great rush for -----------1, ......+ ....++.4.3 f '

i.- a i due If) malaria poison and con ing Silver Spoons at Idner's.I .
JEFFERSON DLOCK,
tip ut'm:'' 250 at all drug stores. > .
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Talklrig Machines and Records ) West Palm Beach Florida:

i ''"''C. you, want a talking machine ? The : A Loid of Horses i iTR _.
s !--- --- ""

V and >'K' od music-maker. See our Hue

- befoi--' buying. We alno carry a line or have heaone, the lara..t of suer the honeu mtaa6 In we the, \ Mr. Carter wires us from Atlantaof : ,''r'r"r"r'r1'r'r1'r"'r"'r,' ,' ,' ',' 'r ''r"r"r""r"r"l"'r"r" ?" " ?" '?"
wRld bnuww uur nw.l. nn hatter tl.n
the latest and must records.
+ popular
1 0,110., 1/0)on with i. OW Ow anus \:
of the shipment today of carload
a
:, Lake Worth Produce Company, Clemat1s b..utlnd teble.r Plauttheb'.tode-Ferryye, Fie el j
.v avenue. luau gryltcunt.Nerd. Annual tne to all of the finest horses and 'mules he *' F Tte ph?armaey |

0. M. YttRRY 00., could secure in that market. This stock
Singer Sewing Machines to rent a Detroit, Mlah. %
McGinley Brothers Company. will be put on sale at our stables 'next ( Solicits YOUR Trade. -

week and we can guarantee to fill the ( -
WANTED- Wanted 25,000 Pineapple ,
_
w t S Slips, 10 inches up. State price f. o. b. J. B. McGINLEYFu wants of any one in this line at reason- \ We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate 3

n cars and when can ship. Address Jas. able price Call on us or write us for ="3Z&*
IMcComb, Pompano, Florida. Prices, put up by a Registered :
_ _ _ al Director prices and terms. X We are also in a
I nor ( ...
FOR SALE-Fine Red Spanish Slips at position to make attractive prices on Pharmacist. d
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r tl 5per thousand f. o. b. cars at West and carriages, wagons and other vehicles. :
in balk. C. P. Jackson, Nep : :
_ tl'! tune Jupiter, Florida. aaj im Try our, .Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream :|;f
ui--: EmbalmerBotb Teams to Rent Draying -

Paber Bros beg to call attention to t

the fine line of tboea that they are bandHOR. licensed by tbe State to embalm : A. G. RIEGEL :7:|

The H. C. Bart $s-co hoe. and and prepare bodies for nhipment. WEST PALM BEACH TRANSFER GO ; Graduate New York College of Pharmacy ;3
the "Monarch $3.50 and $,$.00 are their
avorite brands. Lady assistant. ju.aju.iuiuiuuauiuu.ui.uu i 1 / JIIJIIJIiIIIUIJl11111U1A1UI111C' & '



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