The Tropical sun
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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: October 3, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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 )
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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System ID: UF00075915:00180
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sty School Term GEORGE B. BAKER Circuit Court In

Commenced Monday Session At MiamiThe f c


I The city schools opened Monday morn. High School, Prof. James, Misses Eagle : fall term of Circuit Court was to I I Grand larceny, false Impersonation
1;at l 8:15. and after the chapel exercises and Farnum, r6. have convened In Miami Monday morn- and false pretenses-Mallie Ragan.
HI f fifteen minutes the preliminary work Kindergarten. Miss Grace Tbayer lug, but Judge Minor S. Jones having 1 .
If arranging Classes and other adminls- Goold, principaland MSSK Evelyn: Clark, Defeated George W. Potter ByNine, Votes Yesterday.W. been> detained at Fort Pierce, where be. CIVIl CASES. ;,

iitlve matters was taken up by the assistant, 16. Within the next two weeks W. Hendrickson Is Re-Elected Marshal has been holding St. Lucie county court Joa. Zapf vs. B. F. Lasseter & Co., '
dncipal Prof, James, as outlined (In the kindergarten department will per for the past two weeks, the opening of ussumpsit damages $aooo. Seymour &
turday'l Tropical Sun. haps double its present enrollment.All and City Collector the Dade fall term was delayed for a Atkinson for plaintiff and G. A. Worley
I The enrollment lor the opening has of the members of the faculty have day or two. for d feadau ts. ?

Ln quite encouraging, aud while the arrived aud are In charge of their departments --- The following heavy calendar is to be Selgel-Cooper Co. vs. Daniel Finley,

|number, including the klndergar- except Miss Farnum and Miss disposed of during the term, and unless assumpslt damages, 12000. G. :M!! .
206 it is believedat the I The city election passed off yesterday'with H. Pierre BranDing, 26. continued drawn
0, has already reached Gottlieb latter is expected to reach many cases are : a long Robbins for plaintiffs and Price & Rand
within the next ten days or two here this evening, while the former will\ little excitement, and while the Geo. W. Idner, 26.Wllmnn out term is promised: for defendants. '

jrcelti a heavy Increase will be shown.I I report for duty next Monday morning! friends of Ihe several candidates put In Whilldln\ 41. CRIMINAL CASES. F. i!. C. Hotel Co. vs. O. T. Conklin A ,
The enrollment by grades Isaa follows: Both ladles have been detained on ac* considerable work for their favorites a The newly elected aldermen, the five t,
Robbins for
Grand larceny-T. J. Campbell, alias damages: 2,000, G. M.
] grade, Miss Barnard, count of Illness quieter[ contest was never .known in West candidates receiving the highest vote,
First Gibson, Frank Wooline, Sam Carey and plaintiff and G, A, Worley for defendant.The .
r'l Palm Beach are therefore as follows: ,
Principal James was seen this morningby
George A. Butler. following persons have been sum
Second grade, Miss Harris, 25.I a representative of The Tropical Sun, By their ballot yesterday the people of E:. E. Geer, R. C. Creech, Max Sirkin, Murder-A. L. CoBre.Manslaughter moned to qualify and serve as grand and
Third grade, Miss Revenburg, 32. I to whom be expressed himself as being West Palm Beach, declared! Capt. Geo.B. R. J. Chilllngworlh and George Wel -I. R. Rhoden. petit jurors for the term:
I Miss Gottlieb well with the of the Baker their choice for mayor for the Two of these Messrs. Creech '
Fourth grade, 31.I pleased opening lington. Adultery-M.'C. Mackey and Mollie James Hall, Jr., S. A. Belcher, W. A. r.
Fifth grade, Mrs. Lyman, 21, I term. He stated that he had advice ensuing: twelve months, while by a deer and Wellington, will serve for the full Omweg. Hogg, H. Edwards, G. H. Richardson : b

I Sixth grade, Miss Johnson, 22, from a number of patrons that their chil dive majority Mr. Wilbur W. Hendrick.: term of two years, while the three receiving Robbery Frank Woolwine, two W. W. Kellum, J. F. Berger, R. L. ,
Miss Hemingway, dren would be entered within the next son has been elected marshal and tax: the next largest number votes,
i Seventh grade, 13. I charges, and Eddie!; Bell Cothran, H. J. Sterling, A. B. Cutler,
[ Eighth grade, Miss Ballard! 4. few days. collector for the fourth term. I Messrs Geer, Sirkin and Chillingwortb, Larceny-Sam Barron. C. A. Mann, W. W. Prout, L. N. Such, '
There were polled only 194 votes, will\ serve unexplred terms of one year Bastardy-P. W. Doctor. I B. F. Marsh, I. M. McRae, G. W. Chan-
which Is considered a light vote, bold aldermen
very : each. The two now
Assault with intent to murder-Steve cey, A. Wilson, J. W. Mulhkln A. 'E. .
the returns, but, aa they have no settled but this Is accounted for by the fact that In office are Messrs. A, P. Anthony and .
igures McNeUl. Bogue, B. F. Potter, John A. Zeder, H.
habitation Is very difficult to get any many qualified electors are at present Grant and these two
H. T. gentlemen
Reeplng gambling house-J. IIDryer. Ludlum, E. Schultz, G. H. Clopton, J J. h ,
definite information about them. out of the city. Of this number ten bal- will
with the five elected yesterday v
Census Report Crime against: nature-Geo. Gomez. Brice, J. E. Faber, S. E. Potter. C. T.:
lots were thrown out, having been improperly the board of aldermen for the ,
compose Unlawful intercourse-James Turner. McCrimmou, A. H. Frost, John Seybold ;
The Barber's II Commandments. > marked. ensuing twelve months. Sodomy-W. J. Smith. H. McCown, Fred W. Miller, E. R.
-- The vote for the various candidates In justice to several of the candidateswho Assault with Intent to murder and rob Langley: Herbert Young and A J. Wal f'' ,
of the Dade
I The reports county census stood as follows
I received a small vote yesterday, it bery-Frank Gardner. lace. .
shalt talk about other
Is sent.out'from Tallahassee do not cor. 1. Thou not any .
maybe aid that they had. practically
barber before
precisely with the figures given me.
spond :
Geo B. Baker withdrawn from the race and through
Thou shalt not shave thyself 93
last week will 2. ,
the as
i e seen county by the papers following dtspaseb: neither shalt thou let thy wife cut thy Geo. W. fetter, 84. the local papers asked their friends not The Palms Will Mr.'Hendrickson. is Grateful .
hair. FOR CLERK.J. to vote for them.
('The delayed census returns of Dade
iotroto for 1905 have been received bylie 3 Thou shalt not handle my tools, L. Grier, 147. A pleasing feature of the election this Open Next Week"If Editor: The Tropical Sun: ,ii
department of agriculture. The neither shalt thou sit in my barber chair FOR MARSHAL. year has been the burying of all fac Please allow me space In your paper'v

piling of the census was provided for by unless thou want work done. .Wilbur. Hendrickson, 117. ''tional differences- there being no evidences to express uiy heartfelt thanks to the .
:.last legislature but owing to local 4. Thou shalt not chew tobacco and Samuel at the polls or on the streets there is) anything in the signs of many friends who gave me their support e
1:Scuttles, the returns were not ready spit upon my stove or on my floor. SwearIngen, 57. yesterday of any bitter feeling or factional the times West Palm Beach ia on the at the polls esterday. The flatterIng ,
Thou shalt not loaf In shop on FOR ALDERMBN.: disturbances, a feature which has unfortunately
fcbcn the census for the state was given 5. my eve of Its most prosperous tourist vote I received war\ very gratifying/ ,,
Int. Another enumerator was appoint Saturdays. E. E. Geer, 82. not always characterized city aea.1 and I assure the people of West Palm
Jd, who brs just completed the work of 6. Thou shalt not get shaved and tell R. C,Creech, 94. elections in West Palm Beach. I son," remarked Mr. J. C. Beach that the confidence they 'have

king the census of Dade county me to charge it, for verily I say unto tbeeI Max Sirkin, 75. The city council will\ meet Friday proprietor of Hotel The Palms, to a placed In me will not be abused. By
The figures given out officially from will not. R. Wllford Porter, 57. i night, when the old board will\ wind up representative of The Tropical Sun your votes you have elected me to the

|be itjte department of agriculture ale 7. Thou halt not kick at my work. R. J. ChilUngwortb. 67 its business and the new members will yesterday morning.Mr. office of marshal for another year, and I
Is(follows: 8. And when the shop Is crowded J. I. McDonald, 39. ,:. < take the oath of office. It Is presumed} wish to say, that in the future, as I have
Population Dade county, 1903-white, thou shalt not say unto me: "Go hit Geo, Wellington, 8s. that at this meeting Mayor'elect.Baker Stowers was quite busy endeavored to do In the past, 'I shall
I called the and la F
few licks on boot leg," Geo. 2apl; 6j. will take the oath of office and that the on by newspaper man,
Ito; negroes, 4,181; other races, 28; ,that razor a your his house discharge my full duty as a city official
lending to
every get
|etal, 12,089. lest I smite thee. R. II. Harter, 59. new city administration will at once get energy in an impartial manner.
In readiness for week
early next
not weeks without E. Moses down to business.
Miami-white 9. Thou shalt go two 33.Election Very respectfully
2,983 ,744
; negroes ; lIe Is working a force'of house-cleaners,
per races, 6; total, 4.733, ,- shaving, lest I charge- thee double T and every room is being/ retouched and Wilbur W. Ilendrlckson.Mr .

West Palm Beach-white,885; ne roes. price. Inspectors; W. E. Norton, clerk.; Schoolhouse placed in readiness for use. Mr. Stow
rf;total, 1,280. \ I I ,10 Thcu shall use Ens-Tee-Dee in my Officers ers Is opening his house earlier this season I. D. Hiscock, Mr. Bert HIscock
The census returns In 1900 were as shop to cure your dandruff. Precinct No. to, Miami S.;c. I-C. A. by several weeks than has been his and little Miss Ruth HIscock arrived
allows: I li. And when thou art In' need of Are Appointed? Mann C. D, Leffler, J. J. Holly, iiispec- custom for several years, for he, like Sunday night: from Jacksonville\ where ,
Dade county population-white, 3,548 having Barber work done, thou shalt tore; R. B. McClendon. clerk. Court many others, feels that the visitors will\ they have been since the serious accident
jtegroei, 1,193. other races, tog I immediately wend thy way to ilouse. soon begin (o come in. It learned that which occurred to Mr. Roy HIscock in'

West Palm Beach, 364; Miami, l,68r.! The Board of County Commissioners Precinct No. xo, Miami, Sec. 2-A. J, his bookings are more encouraging; than that city several weeks ago. Th., y re-
Total Increase incounty: White, 222 ; 17. convened In Miami Monday In regular Kolb,'F, W. Hahu, W. W. Prout, In. for several seasons past, and he is makIng port ttat the unfortunate young man
r cent; negro, 3235 per .cent.: Total monthly scsolon. The board spent the spectors; J. M. 'Burdine, clerk. Court all preparations to care for the Visitors was taken by his father to New York,

Increase for county, 144 per cent since DEVIL: ISLAND TORTURE: forenoon l\tonday' an equalizationboard Ilouse. when they come. leaving Jacksonville at 8 o'clock Satur
'19oo.9 >. than the terrible case of Piles this being the meeting at which Precinct No. S I, Cocoanut Grove-A. day morning. A dispatch Sunday after
The total valuation of real estate inI1 Is no worse Then I was, the county assessment roll for 1906 Is Hardie! B. S. Potter, J. W. Galloway, noon late stated that he had arrived In '
county for that afflicted me i'o years. from Richard clerk j jShone' Fort Lauderdale farmers are preparing New York and stood the trip remarkably ,
1905 was $2,899,410. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, equalized and complaints are heard Inspectors;, Carney, I 1
Personal property, $479,090. advised to'apply cured taxpayers store.Precinct their land for,the fall crop of toma- well, It Is expected that he will under '

The disparity In the figures: repre.-iot- and less than a box permanently Ky Monday afternoon the inspectors and No. 12, Cutler-W.A.:Cooper, toes'and several have already planted. go the surgical operation this week,, ,
of ,
I l log the number of other races in the me, writes L. S. Napier, Rngles like clerks for the approaching general elec. C. W. Watson, A. T. Duval Inspectors, The season promises to be one of the which it Is hoped ,,11restore\ him to $ i
I returns of 1935: as compared with the Heals all wounds, Burns and Sores lion were chosen as follows: C. W. Willardi clerk. Brown &.Moody's best in the history! of the county. health. I

|"Mums' lor JJTO\: la explained by the fact magic. 250 at all druggists. Precinct No. l, Stuart-Harry Richards warehouse. ; _

I that there are about too Indiana living Growers. 'are still planting pines al t II. W Bessey. Walter Kitching, Precinct No. 13, Silver Palm-C.; A. Sewerage Extension IsNearing :

utteconnty who should be included in Eden.: inspectors, C. W.. McPherson, clerk Goasman, Will Anderson, J. S. Costello, :

Kitching's store. Inspectors O. Boaz, clerk. Schoolhouse :1 ill
Precinct No.2, Jupiter-J. B. Isler, Completion > :-
Movement On Foot ToEstablish R. M. W. Hill, J. T. Zetgler; inspectors; Precinct No. 14, Deerfield J. F. Sax i! .

J f, S, Hepburn, clerk. School house. on F, H, Che eboro. Robt. Geiger, inspectors ..'

Criminal Court Precinct No. ;3, West Palm Beach-R. ; E, A.: Thomas, clerk. Green' Within the next;.two weeks the sewer Model Land Company' mains, the latter

E.: Resler, H. T. Grant, C, A. Lopez,. inspectors packing house main now being-laid west' of the railway I I'system having been constructed wi.h ; '
; D. A. Allen, clerk. Old fire Precinct No. 15, Dania-A, C. Frost, racks: will be completed and West Palm this end in view.

hall. J J. W, Mulllklo\ P. Hansen, Inspectors; Beach will\ have a complete system of Several month ago ,when the city
movement was launched today for bar throughout the county is earnestly Precinct No. 4, Boynton-W. M, Cox, R. C. Stanley clerk, Council chamber. sanitary sewerage con':ell began to talk of the west ,aide
I the establishment of a""ciirnlnal) court 01 desired. Minor S. Jones, R. H Rousseau, I. R. Funk, inspectors; Mr.,, J.' C. Burteshaw, supervisor of I A large force of men is now engaged sewer system It was decided to have the p
I tecoC1111 Dade county the ,acme being Judge Circuit Couit. A. W. Garnett, clerk.. Packing house registration Is'DOW busy revising and In .laying the mains and all preparations work done under the supervision of Engineer
III the "ot. call for a rattling of In discussine the need for the establishment rreclnct No. 5, Delray-W. W. Black- correcting the. registration) list, and have been made for connecting the new Franklin Sheen, thus saving to ."a .
I the Dade county bar,'to be held at the of a criminal court in this met, H. J. Sterling. T. M. McRae, .Inspectors otherwise preparing for the election. lines with the system constructed a year the ,city the contractor's profit How f

Id! ,house at 8 o'clock Friday evening county, Judge: Jones said to a Metropolis Is'' ; I,. G. Lyman. clerk.. School ago by the Model Land CompaDJ'whlch well this plan has worked is shown by .
Taxes Due.
''Sis week, says the Miami Metropolis representative that such a tribunal house. Occupational baa an outlet at the drawbridge. Five the fact that the system complete will

I ct yuterday The call'ii issued by Judge now a necessity here. Criminal case of Precinct No.6, Fompano, I. Hardy, The attention of all concerned Is call lines of mains are being: laid which givea cost a little lea than three thousand dollars sJ ,
Ifcf! *onM" of the circuit court, and a petty nature are daily increasing and! W* H. McNab, J. W. Pearce Inspector!!; ed, to the fact that city occupational total for the new system of about 7,200 or about one thousand dollar. less
I s follow; imposing a severe tax upon the circuit L. G. Harper, clerk. Rouse* tore. taxes for the year commencing October feet. The main are of ten-inch pipe, than was at first estimated t.. r

To the Members of the Bat of ,Dade<< court, which now tries all ,offenses of a Precinct No. 7, Fort Lauderdale-P.N. let, 1906. are due. I will call on those while the laterals are being laid with six- The completion of this link of sewer a'
Connty: ; criminal nature above petty larceny, li Bryan Bloxham Cromartie, M. W, Marshall subject to these taxes within the. ned inch pipe. Along the main at a apace mains giving West Palm Beach a com Sa ''t Y'

There will b* meeting of 'the -inem- a criminal court all cases except capital inspectors; L. 1'. Lade, clerk. tew days. of every fifty feet a Y Is being placed for plete system of sanitary sewerage: ,. easily
bus of the bar of Dade county at the crimes are* tried. By forcing the circuit Stranahan' hall. #J Wilbur. W. HendrlcksorJ, house connection, and In fact the system places the Cottage City lu the front rank
COurt house ID Miami Florida, oa Friday court to dispose of them the better part Precinct No. 8, Ojas-Jno, A.: Harp,, ? City-Tax: Collector. Is being put in after the latest and moat aa an ideal place residence. No city '3f r s'
rrd, Oct. 5th at 8 o'clock; to confer of each term Is taken up, thus 'Interfer C. O. Phillip,WV H.Fnlford, inspectors;;: Improved plans. The main Hue will be in the country of the size and population
Ii to the advlaabl1lty of establishing a continuance tone* and term causing to another their, F. A. Bryan, clerk. Railroad depot. Guavas are-practlcally all out of the carried along the ri.llroad right: of way to of West Palm Beach can surpass it in a h

Hml i COurt record ln Dade count.*. inconvenience from not only to th e Precinct NO.9, Lemon City-Paul l market. They. 'have .been, very. profit the alley between Banyan and Althea sanitary sense, and few, if indeed any ' 4 IoU> attendance of the member of the at court a great, but to all paUles concerned. Matlhua, J.S. Peters, J. A. Daughtre. able crop. streets, where, it will connect with the can make as good a showing. t,

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THE TROPICAL SUN., is to be enid from these ilepart- I: Tne residents of West Palm Beach

menlH "I'i i tin- farm! iniluMn/i t !. it Is luxiu, which few I
can now t-rjoj a > very
# Pioneer Paper ut l Dade County;; Florida
hut fin: that the'il'<, IH HIM n tiepiouec'U Dragging Florida towns have and thai j is ice

y Piihlishicl', b'ory! Wednctiln) and !Snlui iln)' : from it. She will always cream made from pure cream

d ..T. *r 11 ALM...'IJBAOH. DADO COUNTY "LOI,'IDsi A,.. see thai the table la supplied before Down I Did you ever skim the cream frompuie .
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allowing anything to be taken to rich milk: and then add to the cream
'n v"Kii'i'toN PRICK, sg.no PKUBAK r
'T"--S----- -. _. .' =="" the market, and It is Just to her to Pains I a little sugar and little Juice from Vanilla -

have the spending of the money the beaes and then freeze rapidly till
Tropical Sun Publishing CompnyCHAS. ,, I
surplus may bring in, and the unquestioned are A symptom of tns) meat seffcfis) j I the mixture Is smooth and velvety ? ,

B. KENDALL. Manager. spending of it, too. trouble which can attack a woman I It was fine was It not ? And It did

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Bnured it Ibe Ponloffic of Wait Palm Bench I utensils and generally, cornel Irregular and painful I
kitchen with improved
all<:collet-cl"..matter p"V.dg. weakening drain, backache : aud cornatarch custards which' you get C

.. .. necessary machinery and add little headache nervousness dirtiness, Irritability I some times. Well if it did not coat so -
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ii THE DANGER SHOWN. conveniences which the "gue mon" tired feeling,.*. Tha cure U ,: cost so much to keep good cows, we To owr') a BUCK'S Stove or range is to
The Tribune ia not making a Will think she might do without If I I could all enjoy pure cream at home the many 'merits,. of this great line

flgbt on the Everglades drainage he ia asked to buy them from the I every day but all of us cannot afford it; Th: <3 oven, with white enamel lining to doors(

money which other industries bringin. i I 1 however there l ia business firm in town feature
I proposition, per se. She would not be''expected to WJ ECarduiI : 1 a arid' racks is the rrjost sanitary: iq' the
which has the rich cream sent
While it is beset with grave dill!. for or : pure world, It as easy!:! to wash off and keep clc'in
spend this money groceries 'I down on Ice regularly from lie: "Bllt-

cnltlef, sure to cost millions of for outdoor necessities, as she oftenIs I more" farm In North Carolina and it is as a china dish ,

dollars, whether successul or unsuccessful until herown needs are satiaQe.1. I The Female Regulator I for sale every day at the store of .

and while the courts from this source, 'too should' he i | BROADWELL MOORE, Hatchett'DaCamara Hardware Co ,
that woadorful, curative vejetabtoe;>a
may so decree, that, after all the allowed to draw for the hiiiugdone tract which carts such a marvelous I Druggists Jefferson Block, West Palm JUPhoUale Retailers c-f.'

work and all the expanse, it will he of some things she finds It impossible strengthening: tnfluonce, on all female I Beach. Florida.

found] that the State has do herself and which she organs. Cartful relieves pain and I 1 PINEAPPLE SLIPS HARDWAREWest :
simply to raruiat the --. It la a aura j 1j

been spending money for the benefit could do better than any one else, and permanent euro for all. tsmala A One Million of the best Slips In I Palm Beach, X X X X X Xi Florida I
teqtIatM: : Florida. stock Imported
of the railroads, the drainage but for \the time and strength devoted At all ab and doalera 1.00 Original
mug: ._ .
from Long Island (one of the Bahamas ._ .A. ... .-K "_'___.. __
proposition, of itself is a good one to the garden poultry and 1Iottl... ...
) In 1903.! Will be taken from
and appeals to the people who believe pantry. If this were done we wouldsee fields in perfect condition. ---=

in the reclamation of lands far fewer discouraged tired-out, surnotKD AWFUL PAINIn Will sell any number, in car lots 000000ooooo1o00ooo000<><>00
I womb and ovarine,"writes! MM.Naenl ..
and their utilization! for the general run-down women on the farm, and I my' Bake, of Webster Grove, Mo.. i at $4.BO, P. O. B., Delray, nUltlHUJtUT'S west Pain! Heac" Sept ,

benefit of mankind. I am glad to know that such is tue "'als In my right and left sides, and W. W. BLACKMER Delray Fla. g
I BMnsaa were painful and Irregular
But the Tribune does oppose and view of many farm husbands and I ay Slue taking very Cardul I feel Uke anew JAN ORDINANCE Amending Section

'\ feels that! the majority of the peo- hope more will see the justice of woman are do not suffer as l dld. 123 of,the Revised Ordinances of the N0TleETo
it Is the best medicine I ever took." City of West Palm Beach, Florida and
ple of Florida coincide with the allowing their wife to "own her an Amendment to Said Section, Passed

opposition the plain and undeniable own.-Gonzalez (Tex.) Inquirer. January 5, 1904, and Approved
September Relating to Occu-
J 1904
purpose of the drainage amend Talking Machines and RecordsDo pational Taxes for Contractors:
I those who have been waiting for them .flrt" v-
V meat soon_to be voted upon to placein you want a talking machine ? The Be it ordained by the City Council of II
And Mr. J. Hall Bruinsey, he ed today another lot of
I1 the hands of five men unlimited; yet Victor Is the one to buy; a good machine the City of West Palm Beach, Dade ,
4 of the "pure in heart," did request and a good music-maker. See our line County, Florida that Section 123 of
and supreme power to levy taxes the Revised Ordinances" as adopted
r and handle as it suit :Mr. Parrott to issue him an "an before buying. We also carry a line of on the 18:b day of September 1903; and JELLY GLASSES

moneys nifty nual" over the Florida East Coast the latest and most popular records amended January 5, 1904, said amend. .
t'' them to do. '' Clematis ment being approved /September: 7th ""
Lake Worth Produce Company, Cents Per Dozen
Railway. lIe said, as one reason 30
i On its 1905: be and the same is hereby amended -
very face a proposition to avenue.
why it should be given him, that he .1 to read as follows:

eM vest such dower in the hands! of any had come within fifty-five votes of aYS I "Section 123 Every general con- There is only one barrell of them, they may not
tractor: whether residing within or without
one body men is sufficient to
receiving the nomination In Volnela this city, who employs less than last long and you may be disappointed if you
arouse the doubt and suspicion of five hundred dollars capital, five dollars:
county and this was enough to wait too long, Better be prompt if you want some
the average citizen.As who employs over five hundred dollars
show he had !some! influence therein capital ten dollars The term "general of them
Major Abrams: says in his contractor" as used In: this section, shall
and would much
article on the drainage question very appreciatethe be con trned to include any builder L. W. BURKHARDT/ FINEST GROCERIES
piece of pasteboard. Now, i if I plumber, painter, or other person firmor
which the Tribune
republishes to- '
corporation contracting to erect or repair
day, this is the main Issue in this Mr. Brumsey will deny writing !lunlUi Mnka sure When a yield your of fntbfr quantity planted and any building or other structure; or PLEASE REMEMBER-That if there is anything that Is nice we tavi: itoaoooagooa.oaoo.oo.cc.aaaoo.o. .()

'such an epistle, we will favor him 1 erry a they wore' the beat on themarket who takes a contract to do a job of .
whole drainage scheme. :but they bavo Men Impror1'n plumbing or painting, or who takes a :: -0
with a photograph of it-In > evor nlno\ We are expert In
The Tribune does not believe copy and Vl'IfOable..da. contract or agrees to do any other pieceof .
"cut" form-that will show saner Hnnil Annual,beautifully lUuft work requiring manual labor and the< -
that the people of Florida are will- just tralfd, iri B lo ilMi>pllcanu., furnishing of material, or who shall L "'\\T..t> ....':iIio:;;: >...:"t1i- .-r!i ''t-1ii!::::: 'S'.Ij'.xl.. i*? .
what sort of cattle he is.- Lake D. M. FERRY CO., Detroit Mich.PARTIES any
Ing and ready to thus! vote engage; In or manage the business or oc
their away City Index. To the average reader "'. h ... cupatlon known bv the generic: term We are offer Your Furniture Business

rights. I this information is no more than "contracting: ; provided this term "gen.
The past record of the governorof era) contractor" shall not apply to any .
was expected of J. Hall Urumsey HAVING MONEY TO mechanic or other person who sells only 1
Florida is not such as to inspire who lou his labor at a fixed price per day or &\\O MEET your most earnest needs we are
The lest in
men their
confidence i'n this latest suUeme of LOAN In sums of $2,500()() to $4,000 on hour and who does not furnish any *

condemnation of railroads on "gen- one, two and three years time on Improved material or use any moneyed! capital in Jprepared to give you a line of goods to

his.Let eral principles" are either those connection with his manual employ. select from which is
the voters of this State consider city property, can get first tneut. ,
-well before they authoiiie the whom the railroad- managers! have security and legal rate of Interest by Passed by the Council the 25th of second to none in the

turned down when approached, or September, 1906. State when it comes to
creation of such a powertul machine applying toV.. I. METCALF, G. W. IDNER President of Coon cl1
those whom the railroads have
this Internal Improvement Board pur- maOtf! Attorney and Agent. Attest: J. L. GRIER, Clerk.
chased with a piece of pasteboardwith Quality
will be when once it is given the Approved, September 27, 1906.
the understanding that they W. I. METCALF, Mayor.
j authority carried by the drainage FOWLER BROS.
were to denounce before the people, I T Prices and
amendment.-Tampa Tribune. N atlce.
but vote right in the legislature.The MACHINE SHOP
Notice IH hereby given that by virtue of a
professional denouncer of railroads final lucres In the Circuit (Uouit, of D adaCounty Fair Dealing
is to avoid Florida, In a cause wherein BunlceA. A'h -
a man on general
Every editor desires to make hip ChlllliiKBWorth' et al.) are complainant
[I principles. He either has been GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES and Peter W. King et ul, are respondents, I "" cif' 'e'' .rill kinds of.Furnrshings IIo11's1
paper a clearing house of the ideasas bought or is anxious to sell.- until offer for dale tuiford the front door 01 -

well as the news of the day.It Palatka News. FOR SALE the Court Ilou eof Dade County, at \lIaOlI. i ; 6' ( e> d from titPt
Florida between the hour of It o'clock, a. vestibule curtain roil-
is a joke almost as old as the in. and :3 o'clock p.m., on the Sth lily 01
Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front door through
English newspaper that when an November A. U. lOOtl the following d"'rlblla1ld on front

Englishman is in trouble he writes .i An Indianian who never bathed I WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA ., located In Dildo County. Florida: Beginning ', ;; the entire house to the
( ( at a point on the Section line between -
and lived
to be about .
about it to the London Times He eighty years ."Hortlonn' Twenty One ((21)) nnd Twenty 5' complete outfit for your

does, and this national habit has old known, is described merchants as In"one the of the best" J. B. McGINLEY Two NwttNoith((2:2): Three of the Hundred Southwest! ,and, corner Seventy of((870)Lot) laundry in. the backyard

j contributed mote than anythingelse country. Three (8)) Section Twenty Two ((22)), Township
The LouUville Courier Journal Funeral Director Forty Five ((4.1)/ ) South of Range Forty '
toward making the Times pow- says : "Doubtless he could be read- [ Three (Lit) East, and at the Northwest corner McGINLEY BROTHERS COMP'Y
erful. of thu tract demlcd by Cecil Uptun to
ily' identified! even in the dark of the and LoulH Orlllln: Mmnce! Kant along the North
Letters from readers will alwaysbe In Their New Store Masonic
room." Boundary 01..111! tract Fourteen Hundreilam' Opposite
welcome, whether the writer Iii! EmbalmerBoth Flltv Two <1112)\ ) feet to the water1 edge/ 01 Tempi .
Lake WorthThence; North along the water'
indignant, pleased, sore, in trouble, edge Three Hundred and 'I
licensed the Thirty ((880)) loot 'Jr! ;. "1.'i"Wjj: ; '?ilv.; ':I.J.: ;'1'w.I.: d ili1m; =" .:
or so happy he feels the editor The, Times-Union gays : "The by State to embalm .a a point near tha-Bborei, the.nce Went Fourteen -

a ought to know about !it. Long let- ice man is not always a nie man." and prepare bodies for shipment. foot: ulong hundred the South Two and Boundary One-Half of the((140UR land: ) .

ters or short letters, sarcastic or In the light of recent events in Lady assistant. deeded by Cecil Upton lo Noah H. Hall to the CITY MEAT MARKETT.
Section Line between Sections(
Twenty One
; sympathetic, in prose or versewrit- Jacksonville, we should say not. ((21)) and Twenty Two ((22): ); thence Kouth on A. FEASTER, Proprietor.

ten in blood, Ink or charcoal-will sail' Section Line Three Hundred and Thirty

be cheerfully received ((880)) foot to the polnut.beginning,containingTen .Florida trad Western/ Meats Poultry, Game and! Eggs,
ri eagerly perused SAVED HIS LIFE. (10)) Here, and Seventy i701| Parches.

and impartially considered.In J. W. M more or lenn exiliinlve of the right of Way or: Mall Order Receive Careful Attention.
Davenport, Wingo, Ky.. writes, the Florida, East Conxt Rallwan together

a sense, every issue of this June 14 1902: "I want to tell TOU I be- with alt riparian .right acquired either. inequtty Jeffer&on Block WEST PALM BEACH

paper is a letter from the editor lieve Ballard's Snow Liniment eaved my or at law.
A E. HEYSElt.Iperlal -
who makes it life. I was under the treatment of two
to those who read it. ( I \intirp,
doctors, and they 'told r1lEWe're
me one of my
It is made up of news articles, edi-
lungs was entirely gftne, and the other Notice.

torials, business and other an- badly affe ted. I also had a lump on Notice is
hereby given that six months
a' nouncements.. Some of these interest my aide. I don't think that could have West Palm BeachTtansfet <
after date of this notice, we shall presentour
you ; some do not. But when lived over two months longer. I was induced -
'by a friend to tfallard'a Snow accounts for final settlement and
you are whole lot ink -
Liniment The first application gaveme apply for discharge as executors of Company
turested-the newspaper letter to relief the estate and lalt'wUl and
great ; two fifty cent bottles testament .
you becomes personal and calls fora cured me sound and well. of John H. Brelsford, deceased, to the --- -- --

reply. The editor Bends you his It Is a wonderful medicine and I rec. Waiting tor You County judge at Miami Dade County, B. F. CARTER, Manager

Views and information every week ommend it suffering humanity Florida.. Dated June 30th, 19'>6. Stables and Yards Banyan Street, Near! Polnsetta

In the year. The only way to bal- Sold by A, G. Riegel.It to come in and have M llrwitb us about E. M. Brelsford
bankln> Not that we want you to Mary C. Brelsford.
ance things up is, once and awhile said earn tbe business but'because we want
is that there are a number of
to answer back. fo do business with you. We're prospering MOTICB. n
orange( buyers at Lake Buffum who are and with increased facilities for } THE RELIABLE STABLES
Write to the editor.-Palatka offering f I for oranges delivered at the caring: for business want you to Ia Count Judge's Court, Probate JnrlsIflion t
News. Dade County, State of Florida. & :
packipg houses, but that they are not ': ::b.o '
getting very much fruit. Prosuer With Us. tu the matter of tbe Estate of) .
Patience P. Ward, deceased.)
THE WIFE'S PART. Banking: with us doesn't mean "Ret- Notice is hereby given: that On the Horses and triages
FOR SALE-Fine Red Spanish Slips at ich-quick," but a steady, healthful sevnth day of January A.: D. 1907, I 'Cai
Women have
something to do on growth of wealth. shall present my accounts for 'final
set ..
$3 thousand f. b.
50 per o. car at
the farm besides housework and Jupiter in bulk. C. P. Jackson, Neptune Anything done in the banking line cna be ea tlement executrix and of apply the Estate for my and discharge of the: '*' For hire by the hour flay week or mont '.,: Freight unloaded<

AI h. where th; wife manages to lo.ok .after Florida. a2.5 iro safely see you.DADE through us.: Will be pleasedto Loft Will and Testament of Patience and delivered. Special facilities for moping heavy freight.Omnibus .

the small things, such as small\ P. Ward, deceased, to tbe County
COUNTY STATE BANK Judge,' at Miami. Dade County* Florida. and Stylish Carriage meet every: train. Baggage
fruit, chickens and garden, there is J Dated: June joth A. D. 1906.
We have some good acclimated\ draft Victoria transferred. All l orders receive attention.
h Adelaide Root. prompt
a variety of changes of food; on the West Palm Beach, Florida) .
or. farm' horses for sale at reasonable Executrix of the Last Will and Testament .

table which la sorely lacking if it [ia : price. Call and see them.CAMBBELL. ; Great rush ior those Dollar titer of Patience P. Ward. deceased. Leave Orders for Our Carriagese

t' left to the men folk If anything & MONROE.i tog Silver Spoons at Idner'i. : Attorney H. Pierre for Br Executrix.antna. ,.


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; TKOJMCAK SUN; WEST: PAL.M, BEACH FI.OHID.WID ns\Y: ( )( OliKR J ( : ::1. 1 Mm' I'At.K( ; ; I'HKKK:

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MYSELFo: : i. A Mother's Logic LA W.r .

{Original.,! } I [Original.) \. O. OIlJLMNGWOU.'l'll i s e H00 L ; $

(one morning- man In a close carring" "Mother, nald John GrttUBhaw, "I've ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR -
bowled alous over tlie Elysian lost Mary Garland."
West Palm Beach Fla.QEO. .
!drills in Purls Co-ward a summit upon "Oh John you don't mean It"

which tlie great Napoleon built tlianrrb "I do. She's como home engaged." DRESSES AND WRIST
Q. CUIUUE'Attorney
eonaujemorftte his victories and
to Sirs. Grlnisbaw
sighed. She was her
on the other side to the i
confidant/ /and knew only aa l Conimenor-at-ti&w
Boulogne wood A man Inside called too well what
/ blow this was to him. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA;
0 bait "The worst of It Is," he continued, '
Alighting, lie directed the couchmnn "she Is throwing 'herself 1
away on apendtbrlft
to drive on over a crest and wait.Thi'ne ." H.I IJUANNINO .,4 : .

began to pnco Idly back arid "Serves her right. She has treated Attorney and Counaellor-AtrLaw, rt. 1t,:(.. fft.h ,, Mi... t:1: [( .t:1: ((' 1 < u. 1rt tJ:
to the east to admire ;
fortb, now turnIng you wry! badly, John"
tile tints painted on the clouds "Kot at all" (Ofllca over Bank.) $

the coming god of day, now snap "Was she not WEST PALM BEACH, FLA
bv blossoming head tit clover or leading you to believe ____ __ ___ __ ulll'f-'
ping off a that Rile would r T !
. marry you? $
dnmlelion. He was an Intellectual "That's badly put, moth'er. She was MEDICAL AND SURGICAL'TT at the beginning of the

looking, person, with a cast of countenance disposed In my favor, but had not

denoting the artistic or Imaglnntii rootle: up her mind. And even If she O. 1IOOO.M. D. JUST $
straight and slender, with Term of School
'" faculty, bud accepted mo I should not think of your
a mass of black hair falling down over holding her to lier promise against her PHYSICIAN AND 8UHG OH

bis coat collar. Inclination. I hold that there Is nothIng Office over Potter'* bk-yclo utore WJ18T and Girls will need a
presently he took out his watch, not amiss In breaking an engagement. PALM: BEACH. Ke.
ed the hour and muttered: Suppose she should find that this man Pulnclaaa Hotel, PALM BEACH. 121T

"It is time some of them should arrive. with whom she has fallen in love were full supply of new waists and

." unworthy, should she marry him?" > IJ. POTTEK M. !>., i
A. moment later the grinding ot "Certainly not but she has not discovered ,
wheels was heard and another can-laps that you are Unworthy." s-aa-oa w !EST PALM BEACH. F "' dresses. The materials mentioned

came In sight, drove to where the man "Oh, mother," he replied, putting his D&NTAt .
was standing, stopped, and a gentleman arms about her neck and kissing her, $ below most serviceable $
alighted and stood face to face wIth the "your woman's logic will be the death -
first comer. Ue was followed by two of me." UB.R.1I.M.ACY UR.J.X NKWMAN; $
companions, one carrying a bundle of It was true that Mary Garland had .
Drs.. MACY&NEWMANt- $ Gin hams 10c,12l-2o f Percales 12 1-le; 11i e
foils, the other a box. Intended to marry John Grlmshaw, but )
"Ah M. Charller," said the newcomer a sonson In the DENTISTS ;
city, Curing which Chanibrays 12 l-2c, 1lie'1 Colored Linens 25c, 35oMEMBEll .
"why do I find you here alone Clarence Den lgh, a helter skelter, Office In Jefferson Block

:\Vhere are the seconds" devil may care fellow, had paid her WEST PALM BKACH, FLORIDA
"Walt," said M. Charller. "You ara marked attention, bad changed her Intention. $ ,

not the only person I am to meet this John was a plodder, and, as
morning. There ure several' persons she expressed It after meeting Den p\lt. J. JE. LIDDY

who wish to deprive me of my life bigh, "the worst kind of a one." In Dentist !f. ?1 J 7J [
and I propone that all shall have a fair company Denbigh would sail all around .
him and win the Olllcu Flrit door went of Dado County Slate rt. ; rt 1rt : 1 1' ;; t "' /A tJ:
clinncc race besides. Bunk .
'First come, first served,* Is a good Slary possessed a comfortable fortune
rale I solicit the privilege of taking In her own right, which she had WEST PALM BEACH. FLORDA

n'y' revenge before -any one else has Inherited from her father. She missed MONEY TO LOAN .

had a chance to deprive me of It The that father's assistance, having no one YOU HAW PROPERTY THAT

Insult I have received cannot possibly oho could trust to make Inquiries about JF you want to Improve and need money N I N
have been equaled. .I demand au opportunity Denbigh. Unfortunately she engaged; to do it with apply to Geo. G. Cuirie,
to show you" herself to him and endeavored herself West Palm Beach. f

Mean-while another carriage drove to find out something about his char
up and out stepped another party. acter afterward. But no one was rash $ MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION LADIES' OUCFICCERSWEST

This time there were two men carry- enough to accuse her accepted lover, GEO. HASLEHDRST & SON

Ing foils* and as before, one bearing a and Information was shut off. A girl $ PALM BEACH FLA.jVourJLady

box. The principal could easily be bad spoken of Denbigh In her hearing Contractors and Builders .$

recognized from the surprise with as a spendthrift, but as Mary\ was sure ""' """'
which be noticed that a party similar the girl wanted him herself the accusation _. P. O. BOX 304

to bis own had arrived before him. had little effect ... .
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"Pardon me, gentlemen," he said. John Grlmshaw wished her much

"What does this mean?" happiness lu her engagement without

"It means, M. de Musser," said referring to* anything that had passed I

Chnrller "that 31. ttnbldoux here, having .between them. She accepted his offering Friends Are Clothes-Critics Florida East Coast Railway

demanded satisfaction., us you have with a sober face. When he spoUe
done is entitled to it aa much as you." she had been back from the city a I Local Time Card No. .7. In Effect September 16, 1906. .

"But SI Rubkloux cannot possibly month and something of the glamour SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
bau the grievance that I have. Some of city life had worn off. She was worried
No. 99 H.. U No. 79 No. 98 !
petti breach of etiquette, perhaps, that she could get no information D.IIy D. I, STATIONS. Dall, 0.11, 1II

wlUlP I"Agiiln about Denbigh and thought that had OOpm !lOam L................ .J..Qlc80uvlll.. ................Ar 72.'>pUl S 6&aJn
_.. ........... ........... .
8011pm 9 .IIoI1Lb: J..elr.tnuv\lle. .Lv 7 l"pm B 67..11721Jpm \
of wheels.Tho
there a sound it not been for
was her past relations with 104''''" .. .._...........SI. Aujfn.tlue................ .. 810poo 76tiam
men looked and saw two more Grlmshaw be wonld bo just the person 7 rupm 11 Ula.. .. .................. Ib..UnK8........... ....... .. & Slpm 649am601111m j
find lI8L&m .. ................Eaot 1'al..lk.. ............... .. & 20pm 68n( .
carrtnites coining. to out for her and tell her
truly H1iiIpmno m ................... .. & ..................... 4 &6pm 6 05all74IJpm \
"Wliat do you mean, JI. Charller? what he had learned. John's cool man 11 lOana ..................... '.. .. .. ...,...... .. ...... 64fpm 8 llfiam9:16pm
askiaVt.: Kubliloux. "Are these carriages ner of taking ,hls disappointment : .......... .. .................. M ................. .. .... .. 61.> 01h.
tnteuded for funeral her and being she .......... 6111am .... ............... .. ............ ... .. 2fipm ............
yotjr piqued piqued,
," __ OIIpm r ''ip.a .................... .......... ........ r 611OIm g914pm -
tram chose to retort. And this is how she l\140p"\ ...................l.ul>Ont................... ... 4 2.11m 6 _n,
"Tbe bear other persons who come did It She sent for him one evening to 94Hpm 1181m ..................Ormond................ .. 81111pm 600..00
10 WI'''' 124pm .. ..................D..ton. ............... ... .. 8461.m 641i6m101Hpm
hen for satisfaction. come and see her. She said to him: 1811pm .............. ..Po"'Oraol/............... ... .. 886Im 61t7ant1086pm
The' two carriages stopped, and from "::111'. Grlmshaw, I am a woman with 1l00 ...,. .............. ..N..llmyrn................ ... .. 816pm 410..m1I10..m' .
each all whether .upm ... .. .. .... .......... .. .. lOOp." 016pm
a party alighted looking astonished no father to.find out fiance
my 1I211am 456I.m 11....... ''O..II..C1I7.... ..... ..... .. ,, 1\1\ Wpm & I5Ill'm1140am I
at seeing.no many persons Is a worthy person. You are a man 600m .. ...c... ...CIt'Jullotlon......... .,.. 1l4: llm & Wpm
present. :M. Charller stepped forward and cnn soon learn the truth for me. 10 45pm :I 101"11 t'i:"....... ... ...: .1>i... Imyr .. ............. ..Ar 8 O l'nt -' 5a
.... ..... ..... I'
11 10l'm !l4/lpm .n.k 1I111..L. 24111'01 9 BRam
to introduce them."M. Will you do me this favor? 11 fitpm 810pm AI. ......... .. ..Tlt..m............ ....... .. m '8 OIamOam
Ilubldoux M. de fusser, permit "It Is Impossible for two reasons. 50pm ....... ....... lll. l ................... ...JLVI 56..m. a IIOpm "
me to present M. TeteJoux. and.M. The first is that anything I might say 6 Wpm I1I1l\&m\ ri. ...... ..,...... .. .. .......... ...... .. & Wpm110&'" .
Cardiac' would be considered prejudiced. The '6lp.u 8101'''' t: .. .. ..... ....... ,... ...... ,.... ..... .. -rI n 8 tJOam

All fonr men bowed very low, taking second is that an unfavorable report' :'::: : :.: : :: :::..:::::::::::::ii : '"::::::::::::::::: ,v t r.: I rii'::
off their bats and considerable ll>>..m 4 :l2PII. .. .................F...,. 0..111.. ............ ... .. 12 47pm 147......
stirring up might endanger your good opinion ofme. 111J..oo 411111'01 .. .................M..lbnllru... ..:.... ...... .. .. 1 87pm 187.ml&l..m
dust with the wind made by All I could do would be to put &lOp", .... ................. .SebMtlun.......... .. ..... .. II 62n, 12Mam \
114.mm Ollpm ......... ...... .. .ftt.Lnol.. ........ ..... .. 10llHam 12ooo'tS
their SWC4.>ps. TBolr. attendants stood you on a way to find out for yourself. 06..m. Ibpm .. ....... ....... ...o'tPlerco..... ...... .. .. 10 W..oo. 11MI'mS
In groups looking on, wondering at the Tleaae do so." lIOR... B7,0', ". ............ ... .. ..l.lbball................. .. 1017a'l1' 1119pm886..m
4lpo' ....... ........ .....Ed..n.. ............... ... 10 UI..m 1I1fipm
trauga turn the affair bad taken "D<> you suspect any weakness in 840"11 S 40p11l .. ....... ......... ... Jon..n........ ...,..... .. 10 OIi<.n. II 0111'01
"If all those ;you expect" said M. your lover." MOST women are. When you're In their society your personal 851"01 &7pm .. ... ............ ....."....,t.....,..... ......... 1000..m. 10 fi9pO4211. \
cornea under close scrutiny.! Therefore attire your ..... 2. o, ....... ....... ..lIobeSn..od.... ...... ...... .. D81..m 102'I.m440am !'
Rubldoux, "are present, I beg to say "Only one. I have heard be Is a self beyond reproach wardrobe made to '7401>01 .. .... ... ........ .We.tJoplter.. .. ..,.. ... ... .. 918&m 10oopolfiam \
to them that, as first comer, 1 shall Insist" spendthrift" byhaving your your own S 16111n .. ... ....... ...\V..t l'Rlm Be""" ... .. ... ...... 8 46R'11 0 IkJpm
measures and special order Ly' __ 4Jam S41pll1 .. .... ..... ..... .. .... ........ ...... SW..m. 80111n"
"Would It be sufficient to discover \
"And I, too insist," Interrupted De the truth of this one point of weakness
Musser, ?" admiration of all who see them. Here the art of making good clothes H';;:::: g r.: :: :::..:::::::::::::ii ft i i;,::: ::::::::::::: : :: ::: f: !

"Gentlemen! exclaimed M: Tetedouxla : "It would. I may be very silly, but to order for men thousands of miles away has attained a degree of 7&1RII1 102IJI.m .. ..,. .. ........ ..Lemollllly..... .......... .. 114M..... 1141'11'Mam
perfection before dreamed of. In few from the time 101101'10 Ar.. ... .. .......... II..ml..T.v. 61160< 101ipm800..m
never 01
a sonorous bass voice. not fool enough to marry a spenaV a days .......... .... .. ....... Mlnml.... .. .. ....... .. .... .. ..... 800pn.10SUum .
"Gentlemen cried M. Cardiac Intones thrift" you select the cloth and the style you wish, your suit or. overcoat ia .... ... ... .. LVI' .. .. .. .. .. .... .Jome.to..d. .. .. ........ 1.\. .... ...... 12 Wpm
from Taylor-on-your back I
of a shrill reed Instrument "A spendthrift," said Grlmshaw after
Btitrot Parlor. Tan on train 20 and 7% Bullat Sloe pin if Cars ou trains 09 and 08.
Charller folded bin arms and waited. I reflection, "never spares anything '- TAYLOR GUARANTEES ALL.HIS): TAILORING// i Ually except 8nnIi\y. ,
"This fellow," cried Kubldoux. "has no matter how sacred, that he can turn ,/ No.17 '
Wa show samples and take
ought to save himself from my Just Into money. I would suggest that you measuresI. No.23 No.21 No. 19 Dolly MAYPORT SRANCH. No. 18 No.20 No. 22 "
Sunda, Sund., Sunda,
wrath by picking a quarrel with so I give your fiance a valuable ring. If be Onl, ani, Dull, beopt 6und., Dall, On I, Dall, 11

many that he thinks all not being able la a'upendthrlft he will pawn It which, 200pm 'i"(;;;;'" DOOR'" .. ...... .. \ .. .. ... .. 76 "m '12ROpm20111'In
to take satisfaction we will let him oft. not living In the same city with you, I. GORDON 10 1 .O1 1I1"lm, 9 "" ..m .... ,S..11. .''I\ck..nvlllo..Lv.. 787aln 1\122"01\ 2p01II
1 propose we cast lots for first chance." be con do with some show of safety.; 40pm 10 IIOaln 8l1ol'm Sl>..m ...... ..1'.1. >10 HOl\oh........ J IJ Ilm H 1\11"1\1\ 4110pmK

Charlier himself wrote their names will rob Peter to pay Paul and redeemIt .

each on a separata bit of paper, put but a ring constantly worn leaves rierchant Tailor West Palm Beach. Fla. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. .
them in a hat one of the seconds drew Its mark. Do understand?" ,
; you .. Close Connection Made al Miami with Steamships of tha P. 0. S. S. Company,
and the first chance fell to M. Kublxuey "I do.
linn._ .. .....__ .u.L. .. nLO'u_ Havana and Key West.
rougai, ana ol. KUDiuoux: ; One spring morning Mr. Denbigh received _
was so eager to finish the case himself by express a handsome snake G SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUNOL

that be fenced hotly end badly. Presently ring, such as was fashionable among t 't\% Mulgoba Mangoes. MIAMI. .. .TnmAayi, SI\tnrdRy..1I 40pm L* HAVANA.......Thursdays.. ......IS POn'nArKFYWKHT
Ar KEY; W"I'T..Wedne..U yi, Monday. m>pmL ; ... ..TlmnKtays..... .. 8 opm
his foil went flying in the air. gentlemen at the time, with two fine KB.Y WEST Wednomlayil 800pmAr LT KEY WEST Tnuntlayi. Moodari, 80pniAt
lIe was obliged 19 give way to the next diamonds. for eyes. Two months later Largest Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms, Phyllan HAVANA :::::: Thuri lay :::::: :: t 0am MIAMI FrliUyn. Tuendayi.... : Oopm

man whose name had been drawn, and be received a telegram to join his
thus eta All pot grown. Full Line Of Citrus StOCk Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana.
Cardiac the
stood victor.'I'll fiance Immediately.
up before the grown on High Spruce Pme[ Land. Address LY KEY wlts-r....M show you that you cannot In- summons and as soon as he arrived ArUAVANA..Tno J..Ti, Saturday. !.... t 80am At KEY WEST.TuiM.luyi.tiiimrdayi.! 8 80pm
suIt me by drawing what ;you conceive took occasion to bold up his ring to JOHN B BEACH. West Palm Beach Florida .
Trains Discharge Paa at Ship' SIde No Transfer*..
to bo and his enaers *
my character in your miserable how tne sparkle .
ovel with impunity." 'of the gift at the same time. Miss Then*Tim Table*ihow the tlme...t which trains mar be expected to arrive at and depart
''What novel" asked De Musser. Garland asked him to slip It on her L. A. WILSON : Geo. S. Hacker & Son from the several. Btatlona, but their arrival. ot departure at the times' MUlnd la not fpiaranteeil
be held to dalaye .. ..""loinIOb"r"om..
'Mot hl& nut 101bl.Company to rmponalbla" *any or any oou qu piie
replied Cardiac. "Jules finger. Ho did so, leaving own
Parnler ha that story Is a caricature brown one without the slightest trace MAXTJr-ACTtrKER For Copy of the LOCAL TIMB CARD or Other Information

W myself," I of a mark. His fiancee accused hIm I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

"Not at all," put la M. Tetedoux: :, of not having worn It-In fact, of hav"ing -
Cornier Boots and Shoes J. D. RAHNER Asst. Oen'J Pass. Aft., ST. AUQUSTINB, FLA.l \
was drawn from me." pawned It Though a spendthvlft
Gentlemen" Interrupted M. UublT he was not a liar and admitted that ,
doux, think'I can convince :you that he had with difficulty rescued It from Repairing In AU Kinds pf Leather

the Portrait< Is Intended to be mine tbo pawnbroker an hour before leaving Goods Neatly Done. -
When I tell 'that M Charlier'Bent the cIty ,
you ,
m8 a COpy of the book to read." What further passed between the lovers .......+ ........ ...................................

sent me a. copy: exclaimed :If. no one knew. The next time Mary Indian Taiued Buckskin f
lIetedoux.: Garland met the man who suggested Ae A Is & flIII1I1E i

"And mel And mer cried both the the device to test Denbigh she wore a '

other troubled look and John surmised that and HoneMfle Slice Blacksmiths :o Wheelwrights ii
wmtlemen," he said "the portrait the truth. The problem' now i
ot :rUlea Oarnler waa drawn from my- was. Had she the resolution to dismlox FOR. TENDER: Pln T Sash, Horseshoeing and '

leI!!" him, her lover? Olive St. North of New Jefferson Bio i General Repair Work. :
It was tome time before he- could "Mother," said John Grlmshaw a few Blinds, Mouldings .

eollvlnce each of tha four men that he weeks later, "Mary 1 I. going to marry I ICrabgrllSs Manufacture of Tools a Specialty iE
''64 not Cttrtw>tnred. ,but; all finally'b Denbigh after all. She found something For Sale. -

..wwnj'' ana/ ha Invited them to .so. delightfully frank In his confeaston bay baled. Apply to J. Building: Material, Freight Paid One Way on all Out-of-To-wn Orders :
reattast With him, The'neJt: morning that she couldn't give him up." : E
au wonnt! that abo had treat- row ,:Uypoluso. Fla.DaWltt's CHARLESTON, S. C.
th. of the. affair appeared In I told you, John, .
m [lnjt I"1!*"*, and (Jl Part rush.w .. Mi I you eery badly, and you, couldu' 0 Largest Factory South*. ., .. Poinsetta Street t North West Palm Beach i.J
tne book stands tojiuy a copy vi expect'aDsthfnar better of her.'rLENA }f.'i: ? Salve ,L

j, '"0' WEXPELfc: a M'LAIN. M. BROOK For Pllee. Burns 8or... Send for Prices. ." .

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'''n rclphs i oft I Poultry Will PayIn STATE NEWS I't' ''1/,I Rr?, .i/ frc '

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joeal I Interest FloridaA lBro $ 'l
J Lake( lit>t > \\ill ))111\" a ch nit imjua Ui s I thoxttf .
(i"/rt \\inui\ Hie pi ui n:"" }lauiucliutt: boUle< ""ARE
( '. '., In. :, I 1\11"11I1, A .: lorula i'i.uhn) 'nmn, writing. time ago( ai* fi'tirjf. way in ulnch louse \
', ,III tl '11 II2I11C9a.tnr the university\ building for UK euterprlie .
,tn the Florida Poultry and Agricultural ready to show
: 1Vi,kui, I, It e.t"rday morn- Journal gives Home figures on the poultry I

II R"lIm" Co doge: where be will buslue8.", We think that many of Before Justice I. L. Farris in Jackstonvllle I our new line of Children's -

I I t ..urs ni all.rt lilt climates "f 1L'l'( ipts and profits are Inst Friday. former Oov W. S. Jen-
8, 111'h. Go.< 1 M ..Itl\\ 11.1'n \'(' ten hif.'li lint it )ni cut the profits intu unigs: filed. a suit for criminal libel

1 ; f'um' tbelr' ,[Jun till' "f ':>, unt,lialf still. ,gifts' n larger percentage aualnst/ Alfred St. Clair Abrams, of Tav- school time at prices

a '\ :oaths ILlolIgb ::11" u. ltbwe'.t.i than almost any !other business ares and A. K. Taylor, of Jacksonville.

i I I tV.Iisrperft! i ..1 i, i ngagtvl, that you CIIII /find His statement!! that The charge of criminal libel ia based very moderate. Here

I'' ,,'cle hUb 11CSS i I hi.etqbut one man can easily care for i.opo/ hens, upon an article which appeared in the

f n ; '1Ilnl', 'pcnl3entirlny, hue !)11III' we wust dispute. One man may care Tavares Herald September 24, together are a few offerings;
1 n for tooohens, but if he does the work with a cartoon, which former Gov. Jennings ,

i properly be will be the busiest man In ; alleges: ia false. malicious cud scan-
I Bobo Dean a.iu:: 11 i Jii.il< oho
Florid He will not tbl&k that he has dalous crlmlntl# libel. The Selz-Schwab school shoes are
!. i n ipmnlii, se\n' ""i' mtlis N Ill the very beat in the market at
i tn Miclug, rte i., IIcd 1 Mt ndfty. any 41 to( cure, but that be earns all that The liquor men. Tampa have arrayed 5- y I

{( :0' ;rut iu Miau, ) he get" out of it, themselves against the Frecker SI.26 and $I,50
Do not misunderstand our position L administration of munld-j
if \ M. Sample::\ Um nvul, from we believe in the poultrybusiness, believe I"pal to make a vigorous legal and better grades' ,
I; e to take char, c ,>l the local) pone "
that it U very profitable when con- the recent: increase of their ,
against $1.75 and $2.00
>1"i J f the liithau: Khti mill Lake
ducted sound hauls. But it is '
on a a
license taxes to $500. of shades this ;(
V" \\I I novelty
t C01ll11PUr.
good place tor a lazy man. Some mouths We have a few boys' wash suits to
.'. M- Rlckanls, Jr? md bride ar- ago in reviewing a poultry book, we Reports received ia[ the Slate depart. close out sizes 7 to .IS, worth $r,5o LOTS in hats. Greys and ;J 1. ,
show that tbe Flor-
ment of agriculture '
i v ida>' evening from their wed- quoted one or sentences which were to $r.75. sorts of tans, ,' ;..?
ida cotton has lost about seven "
'u 1 and are occupying: one of the about an follows: "It ,Is,,, fun to look crop 85cA too. But -* "
points during the month. The average Novelty shapes, everybody
I I" >ttages on Datura Btreet. after a dozen or fifty hens but an eternal
J condition of the crop in this State Is 63 cant wear them. Plenty of
"IIr d Mrs Z, T. Merrltt have re- everlasting grind to care for goo" This few boys' shirt waists worth 25C
The first manufactory in this and to close out at tho who cant'and lots of
f t that have 350 chaps
rh I toned! their home In Miami after a seemed so very apt we always .
State is now being established in Lake for the fellows who can't.
sojmini, f several necks )In the mountains remembered it. ,19cMolhera' others
lk "if 'Vestern North Carolina. "We are all of us In the poultry. business City This is a distinction which Lake You're bound to strike It, right in an
for the money we can make out of City now holds over all other places in Friend shirt waist worth
AttLi'tton ia called to the pew silver! It, and most of us on a comparativelysmall the State. For mouths past the plan of 75 cents at IMPERIAL HAT
tlnemetit of Messrs. Faber Brothers. the its location here has been gradually
scale. But whether we make it
well kuo.vn grocers and butchers, which pushed forward until now it is an assured 49cBoyr' TK. Prl. .....Iy l.okj *
our exclusive business or keep only a fjv ruANTHONY '
appears in to-day's Tropical Sun. few, is still for the same ourpuse. fact Mr. Edgar M. Johnson's large fine all wool Russian Blouse rllM o>o ... ....

1 Dr aiJ; Mrs. Will! Broadwell and "I will not at this time say anything[ building, formerly lumber and planingmill suits worth f 3 50 and $4 oo

I daughter, Miss Elsie, returned Saturday' about selling chickens for profit, but has been purchased and the machinery $2.76

night Cr.">m Balsam, N C., where they will try to show why every one who is which has been stored for some I BROS. I

a have been sojourning since the first of situated so they can, should keep hens time, is now being installed. This will These Are All New Gooda West Palm Beach, FlaBeautiful -

Augnit For eggs./: It is a business for the rich take a short time, alter which the mill

Miss I.ula Barfield, daughter of Mr. man for the poor man, for tbe children will be put into running order. It will

t y and Mi, j S. A. Barfield, left yesterday and for the wife. A few hen may be be one of tbe biggest enterprises in the

It l II tuornu ig, for St. Augustine to resume her kept, and! it requires less capital than State, and will employ a large number of SIRKIN

studit s in the State School for the Deaf, any othet occupation. But do not think I hands. Later, machinery for the manufacture

,r Dumb a": d Blind yon can be in the chicken business with of paper boxes! and bags: will be .
placed and the mill enlarged with new %%%%%%%% W
i Miar ITary\ Hendrickson, daughter of no outlay of money. Your stock costs '
:Mr! an,;. Mrs. U. D. Hendrickson, of thee you money whether you buy'or raise it. I manufactory dep rlmen ts. It will be

k last Side, left yesterday morning for Then you must have houses, and good known aa the Lake City Manufacturing i
and will make all kinds of LotsIn
St. Augustine to enter St. Jo epb'a ones, not necessarily expensive[ but Company,

Academy for the ensuing year. they must be close, so no drafts of air knitted good.1CURES .

can get to the chickens, especially when West Palm BeacH
This Wcdu'eseay
evening, ( ) at 7:30:
o'clock the of the they are on the roosts in the wintertime The New AdditionTo
pastor Congregational: CHILLS AND FEVER.G. Gasoline and Railway $
_ .
church: u ill deliver a lecture preparatoryto Tbe outlay will be about seventy.five
tbe o-Biuiunioii service, which: will cents PIT bird if you do all your own W.Wirt, Nacogdoches, Texas, says: Oil Delivery
"Ills daughter had chill and fever for ,
follow; tie preaching service on Sunday work, bird Included; then you are readyfor
three years; he could-not find anything
morning the City .of West Palm Beach
"Your stock should be one of the lay. that would help her till be used Hero
Mr. Taos:, J. Grier, who left West Ing breeds Leghorns are perhaps the ine. His wife will not keep house! without Convenient to Bridge, Ferry Hail'

Palm Beach] : something over a year BRO best. But Care and feeding are of more it, and cannot say too much for it." GarZ.J sttZOl'
for MI \ ,J}, tar the benefit of his failing I importance than the breed, for almost Soc. Sold by A, G. Riegel.Dr. Sr. road station and to the business part
heal 1 1 expected to reach home this!
town' Prices Low and TermsEasy
any breed will" give good returns If prop of
meek understood that his health f"
erly cared for. Gifford of Cocoanut Grove good discount wilt be allowed
Was. litre' !ly improved by his long stay in John
Mix'" "Keep tbe houses clean and feed has leased to the U S. Department of Cash '
liberally. About cue bushel of grain Agriculture seven and one-half acres of Hang Up for
M Jt.lti; Morris and Luther Holland
per ben a year. It should be mixed land Elliott's" for of
Key a period
.i I. i.u. Miss Llllie Holland, daughter wheat Your Card : ,
but make the foundation"It
grains The land will be used .For
ulnety-ulne and full information
years. plats apply to -
! : r aid Mrs. A. J. Holland, left yes-
will cost to keep a hen twelvemonths
in connection
experimental purposes and Our
it i.iarninK for St. Auguatlue.where
about :25 cents for corn, 40 cents with and under the control of the Miami WALLACE R. MOSES $
1 1:1:i their studi"I.ln the
i resume ,
for other grain[ 10 cents for meat scraps station. The work of preparing the Will Do The Rest
.t'' ,i ::ooh for the Deaf; Dumb and I and, oyster sheila, and 6 cents for intereston ground: will commence at an early date Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.

itN' investment. You have 8r ,":. ',":-' \: iI'' :.. '. ...
I your cents and on it will be conducted various experiments 0$ : ;.Ja"h; ; .: :, West Palm Beach Florida. i'
: ; t ;; race Garrett, Jessie Couklin, i per year per hen. Add labor for care in the culture of tropical fruits ,

'- > d Laura Fleming and Mabel. and you have $i,oo. (This is for Leghorns and
plants.-l\llaml Metropolis _%" % % % %% '
f '. esterday morning for Rollins ; larger breeds cost more ) Winter Home Site. I

T the term. 1\II Julia floater "Does the ben pay or is sbe a living CURES WINTER COUGH.J I
I, ? 9 have gone, had to postpone investment? A aou-egg hen would be .N1N111NN1NNINNNNNNNThere
r a a few days on account of ill- all right, but n doyen is nearer the E. Gower, 101 N. Main street, Ottawa N1111111111NN111 :

average. If you care for and house your Kan., writes: "Every Fall it has too feet fronting on lake, near town Is Something Doing ;
1,350 feet deep. Is crossed by Olive
hens will dozen been wife' trouble to catch a severe
one marriage licenses were you get 13 ; say eight my treet 750 feet from lake. Unfinished + + ,
he county ludge luring tbe dozen from December: 15 to June t You cold, and therefore to cough all winter dwelling; wind mill and tank; place is All The Time ('

M ;September, six to white perS will get a larger: per cent during! this Ic'ng. Last Fall t got her a bottle of piped and partly arranged for irrigationwith -rrrrv i

to colored. The oldest male time, and get an average: of 35 cents. Horehound Syrup. She used It and has standpipes; sewer pipe into lake; + ,,# ':.... + ,t

r '. J I the oldest woman 36 year, The other five dozen brings 15 cents, or been able to sleep soundly all night long. water complete; nice bath lawn room and fixtures a; great,many with fruit hot In our yards, and we are still getting.iiicir; >; T

congest man ao and youngest a total for the 13 dozen of $a 75. They Whenever the cough troubles her, two or trees, all in bearing. For a limited time : ;
i years. I cost you $1.00, everything counted, three doses stops the cough): and she Is this place Is offered at ? .2S0.00. Apply + after car of every kind of material used in 'the ++ ,

I 1! el yu Clark and her mother, II I leaving you $1.75 net profits. able to be up and well." 25C, joe and. WALLACE Beach, Fla. R, MOSES West Palm : construction! of building Let us supply you. *

"One man can easily care for 1,000 'IOO. Sold by-A. G. Riegel. + +
\l II. Clark left Friday after.f
f rest Palm Beach. Miss Clark I II hens and a iooo-ben plait ,would co t !
for stock and, buildings $750 and then LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. f fWEST
Ii 1 the winter there, and her :
'. profit would be { an # m ? "
your ,750 a 750 .d
i 11 remain for a couple of weeks r. i PALM FLORIDA111NNN111N1N1N111111N1N11NNNNNN1111i
.1' investment. Can you do as well at any !
tends-Dayton a Guzette-News.
other occupation? + 1f 1 j

f the month of September 165ui ,. "But you must always be fighting lice
re filed for record in the office and tullel, and keep nothing but pure II WHEN YOU WANTA II -_ e
c' noty clerk at Miami. Of these
bred stock will
( or you not 8ucceed.- I
.,ire deeds of conveyance and 32 Florida

clIPI/: /:' -, leaving 46 papers of different Agriculturalist. nice Buggy or Carriage to take a drive 'I G. G. Strohm Company 21

lf.. ,.h leases bilMof tale
iv so as agree (
A Saddle Horse for ,
HUMAN BLOOD MARKS.A good a center or exercise
ment' si 1 satisfactions of mortgage. I
tale of horror told marks of Good Delivered or Hauling' of any kind done, call on I
was by
Mm/ West\ Palm Beach friends of the

Ki-v .. I'red Blackburn, formerly pas human blood in the home of J. W. Williams 5 FHMILY GROCERIES, 1i I

4 tor .f Ll <. Methodist church of this city, a well known merchant of Bac, THESTABLE I IFHBER I 1

i wn! )11> iiicrested' to learn tuat at the ient Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I -Fancy Food ProductsGrain

el" ':'' 11/1.,11. conference of his church in had severe hemorrhages pf the lungs THAT* ,

:Mit-si.. I 1he was appointed to the pastor. and was near death when I began taking I TREATS 1
Dr. New It and Provisions. "
ate < riM' of the important churches King's Discpvery. completely : :.: I
St I l. i Nit. ) cured me and I have remained well .
ever since" It Hemorrhages Dogs, Guns and Guides furnished for Hunting Parties ) ;
cures ,
II i n f ix>rge,G. Currie, treasurer-elect JEFFERSON BLOCK % "
Chronic Coughs, Settled Colds and Bron- We send drivers with you If you'wish .,..,. ",.' ,- I
of Od >aunty, spent the day here yes. "! I ,::
chitis, and is the only known cure fur Horses are boarded agd well taken care of .
bad;>i I aving last night for his home "
', Weak L nga. Every bottle guaranteed Transients fed at time f West Palm Beach Florida
i \\ si Palm Beach. Mr. Currie recent- any ;;; ,
by all and Trial -
Druggists. 500 ff.oo. I
'Mi5 1 recur, cd from a vacation and business bottles free. WE SELL WOOD and deliver it to you :..
tot| n. I lie North, where he went to adv -- -----

in Y 1m Beach and tbe Currie Investn -
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__ b Eggs are scarce at Orlando, selling at CAHPBELLMONROE ; j
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111 Company, as well as to get a
aj little n.i.'eatlon after his strenuous lire retail for 35 and 40 cents a dozen. J X111111111111111111111111111111111fl11.1i11111111111111111' ', ', ', ', " fllililI111111111" ',' '

during il e past campaign.;: Mr. Currie One Block North of Bank West Palm Beach, Florida
} The first shipments of grapefruit were
m:,forts drs time of his life while in theN
made from Narcoosce last week. Sat Ii Fie e1
rtl )in i: ving visits 1 most.of the sum. suma and Boone's earl!! y oranges start The pharmacy | s

tn< r re M(,its, such as Newport, Atlantic this week. -
Ciiv, Bjsiou, and while In the North Mr. --

Curri -"I" a guest of Dr. Munyonat his IS THE MOON INHABITED? .- == Solicits YOUR Trade. ::: j

u be>iuti ul mansion.-Miami Metropolis, __ =
Science lies proven that the moon lies .
t Sat"' i BROS.
I\Y. an atmosphere,which makes life in some ,
g We give Pure at Moderate 3
you Drugs ; ;
form possible on that satellite, hut not ,

-, Alexander; of Gary, ,Me., who enough for human time beings on this,earth who of have ours a espec.bard SELL ONLY THE PUREST |= Prices, put up. by a Registered. :-:3....

has lIuHI:: Dr. King's New Life Fills to tally those who don't know that Electric S Pharmacist. 2fe
be tlu I.,.-t remedy the ever tried for Bitters core Headache, Biliousness, Ma. GROCERIES iViEHTS == '

ke ,"II' the Stomach, Liver and Bowels laria, Chills and Fever Jaundice, Dyspepsia :=J

infrfci.1: order. You'll agree with her Dizziness, Torpid Liver, =
Kidney Try our
Candy Soda and Ice Cream |
If ;you toy these painless purifiers that Complaints, General Debility and Female == ,
lafuM" o<\Of 1lfe. Guaranteed by all drug weaknesses Unequalled as a gen. "". e' '

r, gistr i ice :350. eral Tonic: and Appetizer for weak persons S A.-G. ,KIEGEL. !:|;
A Post Card Will 'Qur' Order = .
I and especially for the aged. It Bring Man to Your = :: ;

N J.V Griffis, of Shllolv is shipping Induces sound aleep. Fully guaranteedby Door. Give i Us a ,Trial Graduate New York College of PharmacyI'

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