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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 23, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
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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 )
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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).
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ERSONAl PICKINGS has promised to let us hear. from him HERE AND THERE. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. spoken request that some one would CLIPPINGS AND CULLINGS

II when he does. soon do it again.J. : .

i They Come and C -People Ton ,Attorney W. I. MetcaU went to Juno Scraps ,f Sews About This sad That aid aterestlog Item Gathered by Oar Scrtbct Sewsy Rotes From Everywhere Scissored
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., H. Dick arrived home from the Dix
flay .r May Net Ea.w. to-day. ;: I r >i Different things. Throughout the Ciaoty.MASGOSIA From Oar Exchanges.
'-. -_- : ie neighborhood the latter part of last .f

Guden Seed at Strotm's. S..Anderson is doing some carpenter White and Red Onion Sets at Strohm's MUTTERISGS.Win. week. Florida farmers should bear in mind

Mary J. Rowley, of Mangonia, is work on the East Side. r Little Mba Florence Glenn came up that the experiments which have been

friends in town this week. School Supplies, all kinds, at Anthony and arrived home from town yesterday for a couple days made in tobacco culture in the State
J. H. Dick was down from Mangonia Bros'. ;
-. ______ last Saturday night.If visit at Geo. S.: Rowley's on the Ridge. have proven successful: almost without
on little business to-day.
Lyman of Lantana visited the a fair
exception. The industry bids to
Windella Cottage, north of town has

etropolis the last of last week. ,Postmaster Chapman of Linton was in been neatly repainted.The mosquitoes bite you around the tops Mrs. Floyd Crosby a daughter of H. soon assume very important propor

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of your shoes, stuff your pants legs in Hanong 'arrived last week with her tions.-Ex.
town brief business
Uauther returned last Thursday on a trip to-day.. .
steamer Denny is still making your socks. :children to spend the Winter here; her
his business A.. E. Kingsley has a grape vine of the
Prof. J. F. Berk was a pleasant caller supply trips to and from the dredge up I husband will be here soon. They were raisin variety (flaur ) which he
est. In the canal. The East Side path nas been improvedby tokay
at our sanctum last Thursday afternoon. u i here all last Winter but spent the Sum
started out eighteen months 'ago. In
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.. the grass being mowed down alongit mer in the western of the State.
Frank Everett's fleet of fish boats is in several part March last it blossomed and matured a
isia town Saturday on a brief H M: Brelsford is now enlarging and places. ..
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i visit. being put in, fine, shape. anent the few small bunches. The vine is now

___ remodelling the culinary department of opening of the fishing season.A Justice Root has rented his ridge pine- Something in Regard to Growing Cant. loaded with grapes almost mature.Mrs.

\. S. Lamond is expected home his East Side home. apple plantation to H. Hanong for -a Kingsley gave your correspondent some

jr night Andy's lonesome days few more pineapple slips were term of two or three years. Editor of the Florida Glue: Note. to test They are a purplish green color -
Capt E. N. Dimick is having the interior
n be over. of his East Side brought up Tuesday to be set out on the ing your inquiring u to the comparative good size and a fine flavor. Some of
residence
repainted V. S. Clow plantation just north of Capt. A. E. Knowles's lighter- was cost of growing cane and manufacturing the bunches are of immense size Your
IV. Potter and wife are home during the absence of his family.
owu. .-- hauled up on the ways last Saturday for sugar in Florida and Cuba I can .correspondent has at various placesseen

tie ter further an enjoyable north. summer out- Bobo Dean and wife arrived home tart Masons are at work on the East Side cleaning caulking and repairing., only speak .for Florida and Lousiana.I the real raisin grape growing and

night or rather..this morning as they putting 'the cement walk: between the am crediably informed that the price .bearing in this section. From all indications
W. HrSeeley. of Pine Mount, Fla., of labor here and in Cuba Is much r "-
were delayed by the washout road. very lower Dade will''soon be coin.i '
P. E. Merchant, of Mangonia np the hotels into prime condition and repair. has rented the Charlie Moore place'adis
the same and the supply about equal.
with California in producing this
>uple of her children were trad- ing the bicycle track. petlng
N. Parker expected here some time next month. namely: Good agricultural labor, able- I
J. brought quite
own this morning; up a num valuable fruit-Miami Cor. in Jacksonville -
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her of out of season pines yesterday from Blue fish are making their appearancein r -1-- bodied men, $i per day; women and Tinus-Unioif. "
M. E. Spencer had his
Keller dwife arrived ,from his Dixie plantation and disposed of themto the Lake. They are getting 'back orange' grove boys 50 cents to 75 cents per day. At *
worked last week and is his land
having The man who wore the blue and he
*st Friday and are domiciled toe grocer Strohm. home from their summering at the present good labor can be secured in
plowed and getting things ready for his who wore the gray are hand in hand, _,
for
South Florida for 75 cents regular
Anderson Northern seaside resorts.
cottages. Yesterday O. W. Weybrecht was open winter crop of vegetables. yearly hands. This includes a cabin or shoulder to shoulder an over beautiful'lorida

Sarah Moses is home again afterg ing up several cases of crockery, agate Bamboo will grow and thrive in our -- room, but no supplies.The in the march of progress and
and tin that in be. P. McDaniels, the gardener in charge of which has
ware fortunately state
got prosperity a no equalin
a very pleasant time amongp soil. It may be worth while to investi field cost of a crop of cane per
fore cut off the washout is getting the grounds of Reve d'Ete: C. climate and few in natural
by up country. equals ,
on the Indian River. : gate the bamboo subject It is said acre will be about as follows assumingthe
.
I. Cragia's Lake Worth place ready to ,
in infinite
that there is a small fortune in five land cleared and ready for the plow charming scenery; and CTuistte -
its usual winter dress.
Hendrickson second on
Dorothy daughter put
ilterson' father-in-law of Willson acres of the plant to be worth $$o, a very liberal valua- | resources. Those among us
rford, left the latter part of last of Captain and Mrs. U.D. Hennriek- tion:. who are living twenty years hence will
The still makes his other -
r 'Miami but is expected back son, of Lake Worth'bad the misfortuneto Services next Sunday at the Congregational .jFeman rounds and "as our winter every residents literal oa lutdlu(go,at a peaast4 too see! orjdathe pride. _and glory .*of....a ";
rig break both bones of her wrist! 'yester Church as follows: Sunday day Plowing.....__.__..._.....-._. :300 nation, with her great population, her"d" .

day by falling off the steps leading up begin to come in and occupy their B&rtOwiug.u._._._.____..MM 1 oo great wealth the great prosperity of
Harris, who is to teach one of to her home. School at 10 a. m., preaching at II a. cadences along the Lake his
x>ls in the southern part of the m...C. E. at 7 p._m.. and eyeningjservice will probably increase.' Planting ,?...... __..._............*...*. 3 oo people a people
D. W. Mattoxj, the young man who at 7 I:43'.A quartette will assist the Fertilizers and spread-.Dg._.._.._......_ 10 oo every condition to make life worth liv-
spent a few days- in town the the the Cultivating three times at$1 50......._.. 50 fag to make life in the home in the
at evening
was so choir with singing
the weed.Branniug. seriouslyinjured acting as Capt. U.. D. Hendrickson had his ..
engineer on the steamer Denny a few service. All are cordially invited to at- launch Ursula out on the Lake Worth Cost first year to harvest............_..$ g 50 field in the grove in, the shop one

writes home that he weeks ago, lost his foot and lower leg tend. J ;; last week it in trim Cost of harvest and delivery $1 per ton. : "long sweet song."_Ex.
i ways patting proper JSton*.._...:... _...._..__.._.. Js oo .
,ted with the Bartow Academy by amputation at the Marine Hospital in ii i Most of our merchants acknowledgethe to run as a delivery boat for his store as --- --

.t he finds several old friends at- Jacksonville last Thursday afternoon. value of advertising in THE SUN and soon as the season demands it. Total cost delivered at milt_. ............J61 50 Uses for thi... Falmetto. .
school there.na It found I CR -
was to resort to amputation -
necessary the others are beginnig to think it will By 25 tort cane at$lso.--_....--.-$87.50 W. F. Rotzen of St. Andrews Bay,
in order 'to save the youngman's pay them to do so. By watching our advertising i Mrs. Geo. W. Sears and two daughters By 3 tons tops for seed.-..._...........:. 10 50 who has had considerable experiencewith
H. Blackmer of Linton life. .
has
returned from their Brevard County visit -
-...-- columns our readers will learn ___ .._.... the palmetto in writing about it
pointed by Senator E. N. Dime Saturday last, bringing Miss Bessie Total credits. > $97 00
scholarship at White Sulphur A Tomato Crop Report what bargains our-, progressive merchants Houston of Hous- Net profits per acre first year._..._....,Jja 50 says: .
daughter
Capt. John
are offering from week to week, The charge for the second and third year "I have spent a great deal of time
Normal School. ton, of Ban Gallie and niece of Mrs.
,
Circumstances have prevented E. L. and can govern themselves accordingly would be the same less the following: during the past three years in experi-
Sears with them for a visit here for the Seed C3QCt....*............................._..***..$14 00
Bessie Houston of Eau Gallie, Hosford, of Lake Worth, from giving us of kerosene benefit of her health. Plowing........ .____ :3 ooHarrowing. menting with the various uses of the

topping at Mangonia at present the full report of last winter's tomato A fool woman, a fire, a can .___....._...._......._......... I ooTotals. palmetto. I can say that it is worth to
crop until this week, but here we haveit and a blow up the first of the he State more than all the pine and .
health was visiting relatives in week over in the colored settlement on Misses Sarah Moses and Ida Inger- ........._................_.._...._$18 OO
the at last in full: oranges together. I make a fiber from
past day or two. RECEIPTS. .. the East Side,. but, fortunately, the fire soll were welcome callers at Ceo. S. which amount is added to the net prof- the leaf for mattesses. It has no equal

3!! cratuet returns..........................$536 56' was outdoors and there was only about a Rowley's last Thursday. They came up its, making them $ o.5o for second and
I[ have made in
Chas. Redifer was in the city .. over 150 matresses two
it .?_..??.?_.?.. 38 00 table-spoonful of oil in the can, so the the bicycle path and think it could be third years or an average net profitover
y visiting her brother-in-law, years. I used the root for brushes, and
Total.... ... : "_"'.'_ ..__..._ u.S.61 IEXPENSES. only casualties were a busted oil can and made better to ride on by a few more the season of$.w.SO per acre.
i. E. Hejser who is slowly re- they are the best bath and flesh brushes
his health and a turnt hand ou the woman. It does days work especially on its upper end This estimate is not exaggerated. The made. The root contains more tan
g strength. .
that is between the point and the Ridge. cost of labor is full; the amount of fer.than .
Crates._._..... .......u...,_ ....,,"._ ..-.167 So seem as though women will never learn ning than oak bark for tanning leather.. t
er Fontaine, of Tampa, has been Nails and paper..*.*.......... r.................. 6 7!. not to use kerosene for kindling.; ..;1.cur .la.. a mnlA-1"....* In... fact. nor*.. re- The berries are valuable for medicine.

Pg a few days with us. He gave }' & -iobbls.@ $5000 _.._"..._.. 50 oo Dairyman Redeabeck down in West quired or generally applied-1,000 Florida is almost the only State that
ctum a call and cheered Work-('lowing,hoeing packing, etc....... 73 oo Frank B. Everett of the East Coast Palm Beach is entitled to the thanks of pounds cotton seed meal-applied annu

U him us, by lDcideutals -seed,etc...._.......MM. ..._.. 5 oo Fish Co., having rented both of the fish the citizens in this neighborhood! for he ally. The charge of |4 for interest on ships them by tons. Two years ago I I i
pleasure to his
gave renew shipped 700,000 pounds at to % centsa
Iption for TH8 Sen. Total....._._...._ _. ._..._ .s 102 sS houses by the railroad wharf for the has not let his cows trouble os once land value is also unusual though 5 9
pound. What I desire to call attention
Leaving actual profit or.-...?.,....._.......$,>61 98 season has had them connected by a this Summer and we guess that the proper to be considered. The yield your -
to is the As I
: matresses. am a
E. Stillman the well knownof good substantial platform and is getting milk he has furnished his patrons has I twenty-five tons, is not above what can

the Little Bros. Fertilizerd This was from nearly five acres of them both in condition to handle this been all the better for his cows not being be expected; in fact with fair seasons on poor man I would like some to help me.
land the East Side of the three I[ cannot see why the Exposition would
also well known as' the chair- on Lake season's catch, the catching of which allowed to stray up this way. good land a yield of thirty or more
not be a good to show the fiber
place
what is known the Mad-
acres being as
f the State Republican Executive will soon begin. He is already handling tons can be expected.This .
dox place just north of C. I. Cragin's, J, P. McKenna is rejoicing over the which is far better in every respect than
Ittee,was in town last week.A. quite a good many mice fat roe mullet estimate is made for good pine .
and the remaining two acres being on as castnet fishing for them is very goodin addition of a fourth little innocent to land well drained flatwoods, with clay Florida moss. What assistance can you

M. Fontaine left yesterday what is known as the Charley Moore the Lake now. his family which addition arrived the subsoil or medium gray hammock; on give me for an exhibit? We shall have

permanent charge in Miami, but place the oldest cultivated land in this first of the week. He says that with the heavy marl hammocks or sawgrasses a paper mill in the State also, to make

(ji to officiate here occasionally section. The supply of pineapples coming into help of his mother he intends to bringit well drained larger yields can be expected paper from the palmetto. One acre will I

[the coming season or until the The dry weather northeaster ancfungus this market at present keeps the retail up in the way it should go and that for the same amount of outlay. produce from Iso to f 500 a year. I sold

here is otherwise provided for. all caused more or less damage trade pretty well supplied. One of he will feed it well especially if it develops This cane made into sirup should palmetto berries that I gathered on less

and lessened the crop materially and our prominent grocery stores sold over a taste for guavas and tomatoes. yield twenty gallons per ton or soo than one-sixteenth of an acre for 26.70, :

Irene Rickards, one of Dade's besides that, if more fertilizer had been three hundred pines last Saturday and gallons; a fair price would be 40 cents and I have made (9.90 worth of brushes

own and most successful school used the plants would have been thriftier reports a good trade on them this week. The Mutual Amusement Club imposed per gallon or 200.: The cost of converting I from one root Any palmetto land will

rs, returned on the Clyde steamer I and more productive but even as it was Of course what is known as the regular their presence and amusements upon into sirup should not exceed 10 make fiber twice a year at three cent a I

the to Jacksonville last Saturday, the net profit was over$70 00 an acre audi crop has been disposed of long ago, i W. H. Sanders and wife at their home cents per gallon; Iso added to average pound. ----. ,

.t delightful visit to her sister i I Mr. Hosford has re-rented the Maddox these coming into the market now be- on the Point.last Friday night The Ri- cost of culture ,151.50, equals 101.50 Harried Versus Single. i

;. W. Kent in Rhode Island. place and is getting it ready for this com- ing irregular ones that ripen along dur- viera contingent minus the embryo per acre; netting as sirnp $98.50 per -- 1
doctor, was there in full flower the It is the rule generally in Texas not to
ing season when he expects to use more ing the rest of the year, even some rip ; acre.

if. Center arrived here Saturday fertilizer and make as much or more on ening during the \Vinter. Ridge people were there in force in- --..- employ married women as teachers in

putting up at the Seminole. He this one piece than he did ou both piecesof eluding the fairs, the fats and the for- Musical Merchandise at Anthony Bros'. the public schools, when unmarried I

boss" tinner of the Flagler Hotels land last season. As a mark of the love and respect in ties and all 'the others, and the postmaster ---tee' -- ladies equally as well qualified can be I

ttmmenced work over there Mon- He has also bought fourteen acres of which Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Cady were and his deputies from the Point obtained, the idea is that a married
The Standard Oil Co. has shipped in
tnorning. Several' assistants arduring -I land on the west side down near Dixie: held in Geneva, Wis., where Mr. Cady came over as soot as permitted by the business woman has a husband to provide for
two oil tanks for in their
.[ the week and now all from J. N. Clark and has already cleared formerly preached the Ladies' Aid Society laws of Uncle Sam to temporarily va- large here. Each tank use will hold several her. The rule U apparently a good one. ,

t 4 are busy gettiug their part of the I some and set out 11,500 pineapples for he of the Congregational Church of: I cate the office-in all, sixteen souls of I. that,' But why not reverse this rule with the :
said
hundred barrels of oil. It
,done have voted to a memorial all sizes in attendance. Games of is men and refuse to a '
and everything in proper con.: thinks pines are easier to raise and more that place put were support a single man
hereafter the will their oil
4 for the coming season. : reliable and fully as profitable as tomatoes window in the new church edifice skill chance solitaire and on the hall Company ship for the fat offices and give them to the
here in oil tank it is much
'* or almost other vegetable. which they are erecting there in honor stairs, were indulged in, and vocal, in- : cars, as married men who have the family to

euis O'Neill of Fort Lauderdale any. .. and to the memory of Mrs.. W.:'J. Cady. strumental and chin music was renderedfor cheaper to do so. It is to be hoped that support. An unmarried man has only f

tf our oldest settlers, was in townday. -- -- Such a mark of esteem must be very the amusement or otherwise of those I the consumer will receive some benefit himself to hustle for and doesn't need I Ian
Salt Mackerel just in, at Strohm's.The from this it
like exhor-
He says, he will' not planting gratifying to Mr. Cady, who is the present present The popcorn and liquid to I as seems an office.-Denison (Tex.) Gazetteer. tI t
this he of the Church wash it down with furnished bitant price to have to pay 25 cts. per gallon ,. '
season as does not ex- street committee of the city council pastor Congregational by the --- -

here to harvest a crop for he have done a good job in filling in the in this city and whose wife has but recently hostess was doubly encored and a reasonable for oil, costing not more than fouror No northern mail for two days on account i

f.f.be fever bad and expects alley adjoining TBS SUN office so that died and was buried in our cem- hour was surely strained before five cents a gallon to manufacture. of the damage to the railroad track

I 1 him off-a ways at least-- I hereafter the wind will not blow the etery here, mourned by the many loving ,the Club took its departure which it from the storm that struck upper Brevard ,

lit the first of next year.- How soon sand out and it will no longer be dangerous friends she had made during her finally did. however with the best of Sweet and Mixed Pickles in balk, at County Tuesday but prosp.:U qf .some..-

Ql get there, he will not say, but he short residence in this city. i wishes to its entertainers and the out Strohm's. getting through tonight ,;


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TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BlACK, rWBIDA, THURSDAY, 6KPTBMBERM, 1WT.


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2 as larks sad L t'i savage' lhaay PROFESSIONAL: CARDS LEGAL ,NOTICES. =

t eta icaI $un. Tvltares. The suckers who are now L1ULEBR'
biting so voraciously at the Yookoa .

way bait are than likely ooe.to be bitten in more : TTT I. METCALF.I N OTICBOFDBCHAKCS..f pOJi m1UI.

Iv' 8Jacksonville ,
GUY METCALF. e EDITOR. Aid even the wild and woolly West I TrOUEr-AT.. UW. fertilizer p1705Plate .
roontbnsitu
I Sotie fe kerebr glfem. taU'aJx "_
seems to have their quota;..for another I Will practice ia oaaty,81ata sad Federal tbb date,Oa behalf of tfcelate J.H.Bid .

MEMBER OF issue of the sanm paper has the Couu.LAND CASES A STOCLU.'F ford,Executor of the Estate of J. C. HoacU Flo:
lies final aeeomnt and
following: Officeta: TKOPKIL Sri Block. deeesedjshall iIf
Florida Press Association. -- e-
Dakota West Palm-Beaei, Dade County, IIortda.j ban apply to the Gouty Judge ol Dade coax.ty
AFFILIATED WITH Travelers throughout South .Florida.for a discharge frees the admIa- "
complain of the unprecedented I IIItnUoa of HId eatate you are requiring Fertiliu; _
National Editorial Association. supply of mosquitoes this season. In A E.HEY8EB, 7.13.em E.M.BBELSrORB. Etc mil-
some sections the pests are so over- LI.a' Executor the Estate of J.B.BreJiford. Vegetables, Pineapples; .
that horses have to be I
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ATTORltEr-AT-LAW.
blank us and we can give you monfor
; SUBSCRIPTION: against them and this affords I

On Tsar,in advaae, 13.00 only a very limited protection. JC50. FLORIDA. i! Tl ASTER'S SALE. your money than any other ,
Wm practice: la an Courts except the County I
Six Voatho. advance._ SLOG That they are bad in New Jersey i
Three htoata*.la adw.-_____ SOBTCST we have no doubt, and the following Court of Dade Caaaty.. 6-15-37 11Ii pamaaee of a final decree of foradoran ufacturer or Dealer in this Std "

joke from Puck insinuates as much, Mann w.POPL n.c.CAKTHU rendered by the HOB.John D.Broome of Florida,JndgtoftlMSerentaJudteialClreiiil ia from any other State. Write f01"E.E.

.nLliaD lUCK.D.utB'Bru..Y'COCSTY. fOJIDA.iIU.ED AT ace. rim for, under'the heading of "Tame pOPE & CAMPBELL, and for Dade Couat7.1D chancery rittiB*, at ,ph lets, prices etc.t to above ad _
Enough,"it says:. ATTORNEYS dlalaben oa the >tdayof August A. D. Y."
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Tourist (in Jersey apprehensibly AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 1897.IB the e&aaeery ease tieraa pending, <

*T Tan PeaT omcs Dr WEST PALM }-How about the Jersey mo q_*- _111 Eat Bay Street. wherein Sam Brown.Jr.complainant and 'a t
BKACH AS aaCOnXLUS MATTEL toes? Don't find them pretty BoaaldoO.COot aad fitttle Cook ale wife HoIi1
vicious creatures you 897 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Asa A.WarHl''and Ida K..1f&ner, hill wife., Baker k dl

Jersey Native (indifferently)-Xot I and CJwIeI O.Butter are defeaduita. the undersigned ,
Pioneer Paper Dade County aad the Oldest Special Matter In Chancery, will,
all! Not at all! Why they'll eat IT .C..HOOD.2LD,
PabUrartoa OB the East Coast of OB the tint Monday being the
right out of your hand! D a --{ WHOUUAUt DS1LZKS IS
Florida between TinsTflle MIl Day.t October,A.D.147 .
And the following, which appears PHWCIAH AID SURGEON. i
and Key West.Bait
ten at public oitcry.to the highest and bed
t = truthful,shows that at least some OOoe ...i Baudeaea Bear Royal Polar!*** Udder U boat of tae Court Howe Door in Cotton Seed Meal and Fail
i protection is needed up there, Hotel,PALM BEACH. 6-1-97 Juno,la said County ot Dade wltbia the legal -
AdTerttoUg Uedlum oa the East Coot
boon of wle, the mortgaged premtoo
of Florid against the noxious pests: mentioned in the bill of complaint te this east Hay, Corn, Oats, Floor, Feed Grill
,I "High bicycle boots," said the E.W. PUGH.M. D.. and in HId decree particularly described,and 1

dealer "are going out. Even the directed to be told,to-wlt:
THE YORE VOBK and fertilizer the leggings aren't worn as much as they PHYSICIAN AND 8UBGEOH. Being known as Lots Three (3) and Four Building Materials1

more profitable the pineapples. used to be.. Most cycle women now Office in rear of Dimkk'c Dreg Store. Thirty-three (83) and Thirty-Jour (34). sav
wheel in golf stockings and low Beuideoee-Weft side ot Olive Street a Doom of San Brown,Jrt, Hypolnxo Sob-dlrUtoa
ere* shoes. Indeed, about the only persons -. SMiU of Uraatt Arenae of the Booth-west Quarter of Section Fifteen Lime Brick, Cement, aad R*

POOR BOADS DRIVE investors and to whom we sell high bicycle 3-26-96 WEST.PAL BEACH. FLA.. (15),Township Forty-Are(45),Range Forty
boots nowadays are Jersey women. three(43)East,and containing tea acres ol "TouA Flies" 1
settlers away-which do you prefer, In Jersey they've taken the place of n B. POITEB M. D land more or lets,together with aQ riparian on
poor road or permanent settlers? everyother sort of summer footwear 11Ie rights and pnYile .,said plat being recorded Guaranteed Protect Horses and Cattle apllAl
half-shoes, slippers and all the and filed in the office ot the County Clerk
a'a rest.. You see. they don't wear them 3-23-33 PALMBBACfi.FLA of Dade County Florida and recorded in 6-18-97 Office. Earn and Bay Ste., Ja bs&i J
THE POOBEST settler in this yicini- on the wheel alone but all the time. Book ol Plats".!,"page .
They're the best protection againstntoegmtoes 41.A.. l
E.REYSELW.LX
j baa .
[i I ty spent more money in this that defeseless ankles J.A. PUGH Special Master.
city than any tourist that was at have ever known."-New York Cor- Complainant's Solicitor. 9-2-51
either of the Flagter hotels last respondence in Pittsburg Dispokk. DEMTIST. WEYBREORI.Dealer
O. Wf
I Crown sad Bridge Work.8ped tl. .
\ Anyone who has lived here the Local
Winter-which would you rather Aaaeothetie Cued in Extraction .
THE SUN for Jab Work.
Try
; hare. past Summer,will testify that the ol Teeta
Teeth Extracted Without Pain. \
I I *** mosquitoes have been hardly noticeable OFnCB-tdi Door from Cor. CiemaUa Are. in Hardware, 1
\ I and Olive St.
: THE HOSEV CROP in this section all the season and even 7- -9t WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. \
The Dade! County State Bank Plato Steam and Gas Fitfsr, lIed Palsts 1
i was a little short this season owing when they were the thickest, they ,

I to the heavy rains just when the palmettos were not nearly as troublesome as L.DANIEL, Palm Beach Florida Tie, Cltar m ,

: were in blossom, but those the above extracts show they have DENTIST 'Fhat

i of our settlers who hare bees report been at numerous other places. IXD1A3 Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid Dealer in Pimpa, Pipe flttup and General rlaabiit&*&& *fb 1
COCOA alvaa FLOIUJlA.t.a.8I
f having made money off of their Fcr scarcity of mosquitoes this Wile and House rur u umj of Every RIM. t
'
.; honey although not as much as last section is hard to beat. B. MOSES Up Capital $15,000.

y ear. WALLACE !GENT FOR THE IEHMOTOHa CONSTRUCTOR if _

sea Succeuor to A. W. Robert, OFFICERS:
ARE GOOD ROADS WANTED! t
tJ MORE SEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, E.M.DIIIIM, President.
FAULT WAS and
J FOCSD more Estimate for Work and Material. One or boat
The ot Agent for Wait Palm Beacb: To w.Lou, also E. .. BRELSFORD rice-Preiident. .
subject improving oar
fun made of
ns on account of
our West Palm Beach Water Work iBE3A.OH.
GEO. L. BRAN MlNa, Cashier. FotnUhdd.
.
.poor road last winter by visitors roads, about which so much was NOTABY PCBLIC.Ctemali '
*Arcane,near Olive Street. PA.TM 'LC
than on account of all our other said and so little done last Spring, 5-21-97 Wait Palm Beach Florida. Branch Office at West Pala Beach WEST

shortcomings pot together and is again being agitated and, it is to
; bettaresults.ID L METCALF, Office Hours From 10 a.m. to i p. m. ESTABLISHED 1875. \t
from the prospects now we will receive be hoped, will produce GUY

I I the same kind of a dose this the following the Fruitman'a NOTARY PUBLIC Gewni Bakiig! Bisiim Tra etel.

jr r winter only it will probably be a Guide puts down good roads'as one .For the State of Florida at Large. Collection promptly remIttAl oa day ol William A. Bours & C tS l

i I. bigger dose, for the chances are of the greatest needs of the South- Deeds, Mortgages, r.eaud. Contracts receipt cities Drafts of the bought United and States.sold OB 4-29-97 toe principal i

I I[ tl at there will be more visitors here read it: Drafted.Coereyancing a Specialty. E
Garden Seeds and Fat
Grain
Ail Work Guaranteed Legally Currect
3 to find fault with, and make fua of and"Good roads are BOW the craze Office in Tmopjcii. gen Block; i
nowhere needed
are they more
r I our poor roads. Are you going to than in the South. The bicycle Welt Pals Beach Dade Count/; Florida. -ADAMS'- Fhr.

stir yourselves and remedy the evil, craze is giving the good roads craze 6 East Bay St. Jacksonville, eWe

I or sit and wait for tht coming sneers an impetus in the North and there J.1L LIVINGSTON, attketa 1
and are premonitory symptoms of the City Handle Only the Best and Most BeUahto Seeds. A Complete Stock tf }
I anathemas of the winter visit fever in the South. Putting the inmates aJUSTICE OF THE PEACE ;

ors? of the penitentiaries to making Com Oats Floor Brio W'aiat t
; ... good roads, where they will not Sixth Judicial District Dade County,Florida If you eat MEAT.. Hay, tet
.I with free labor, is Office in Massey Block.
a
compete -
: THE BEASO5 we seem so anxious to worthy of general application.suggestion 7..91 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. you want good meat, and thatis . : Cotton Seed Meal, Bolfl BAT a
: Good roads, cheaper transportation the kind always on hand- o
get settlers here is that WBOLnU1
they are not !
and from cattleare
I only a benefit to the vicinity which the great security needs of the range South. FEASKUX SHggN. GEO. O. BUTLER. Native and Western, a state Agents For Tygert-Allen Fcrtllii f:

Ii they settle but also a benefit to the It in to be hoped that. since the bicycle SHEEN & BUTLER. Fresh and Smoked, Star Brand Fertluen-Gmaraateed A..I,., Oraag* Tree sad r
Nitrate Soda, Medals ol Potato, ftalpaaM Potash J
merchants with whom they trade so craze has struck in right here, 8UHVEYOH8 AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Salt and Pickled, Ground. These Bone Fertilizers tare ao aperior U the Market,sad a anal asii.

}1 settlers in this section would benefit the good roads craze will also hit us OfflM at West Palm Beach and none but the best : Send for Catalogue,*ree. "- ciW
Lands legal cub-divided and for.ninhed. .
the merchants this city, and in soon and hit us hard. Selecting aad trading lands map, locating A Clean Market and Polite Attention.

this way be of more or less benefit tons The idea of working convicts on and and estimating correct! work timber guaranteed.a specialty.All CareJaf eon- Mail orders Promptly Filled.

so you see we are really a little the roads seems to be a good one manlcaUons. Maim aad by mall Blue Prints receive at prompt Lowest attention. Price The Old Stand-On Clematis Ave.

selfish in the matter after all; but as and one that prevails generally all *. WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.. 117.95 West Palm Beach.

our benefit will have to come through over the State, as well! as else here, 7.1-97 GEO. S. ADAMS
M'gr.A. G. G. SPRINGE]
the merchants, they should do all as the following from the Ft. Myers T e J. FLOOD.

they can to, at least second our efforts Press will show: ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.

to get settlers. If they look at "State Senator Palmer, of Tampa, Plans sad Specification for any style of B. c14

this matter in the way we do. they in the Press's opinion, offers the Bnildmg. Campbell, Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of...< lies;
best solution to the "good roads" Fourteen yean experience in Designing
maybe willing, and even now may question. He favors the idea of Southern Besideaces. 2-14-U5
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. (Mgr Lndden & Bates So. Music House)
..
be taking steps to bring in more set working the State convicts on the
tlers. roads. By so doing, their labor Jacksonville Florida. wr
would not be drawn u competition ,
M. D. L. DODSON.
with the skill of honest mechanics, ICE
THE YELLOW FEVER SCARE. and yet the competition would be PIANOS

self sustaining. It seems unjust fora ND
The report of yellow fever in Mississippi -i number of criminals, to be housed

a few days ago has stirredup op in some gigantic building and Miami e. Florida.
,
useful to the det- DcC
taught professions, ORGANSBest
some of our contemporaries in riment of honest men, who from a S1t

this State to make some remarks on matter of choice learn trades for an ;; l Distilled saw
honest livelihood. By adopting Sen WEATHERFOBD, WaterJJ
e'eaning up. The following from the ator Palmer's idea, the labor of the Makes, Lowest Prices, 1.u
Daytona Gazette-News is one of the criminals can be utilized, and for TONSORIAL ARTIST. ;
the State. In other words, the con Easiest Terms. anhPiv
remarks we have noticed
: Sharing Parlor next door to Post-Office. .
"Clean vict becomes the property of the : 7-1-97 White Barber in Town. Sheet :Music: Music Books and
places and leave Only Small
up your ill
State for the period of time he is RempfatofSj Ice Chests I mm
nothing which can cause skkue' a. convicted, and serves the State by Instruments of All Kinds at Rock ,

There should be no chance for feverin his labor, for his bad doings." SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.... .....Bottom Prices... TOfh
later Cooler
our town. Xow while the health- That working the convicts on the JOHNSON GEAURIDEAU Pop'". Write for Free Catalogue btlyy
"
fulnefes is beyond question, it is time roads will bring them in competitionwith First Class Tonsorial Guaranteed work. <.> Fri

i to put the city in such condition free labor we very much doubt SE IS'LE HOTEL BLOCK, E'ACTORIESt- u

; that disease woald be an impossi and the G.eba-Roddedge News also West Palm Beach Florida. West E- H-Dnuc, "" ..

bility. is one of the doubters as what follows 1>tt:6.fed Propnetor
Cocoa and West Palm h
I
Our shows:
remarks
on city sanitationwere Palm
make time "Not few men these days get Danish and .
some ago-and as yet rattled at the idea of convict labor Jan 17-tt 1 t
we hear of nothing being one. The
competing with free labor in the Beach
i above remarks apply to this city as building; of public highways. Well, .-,

well as to Daytona-don't wait to free labor has never built any pub yPineapple tot
I lie highways to speak of in Florida Drug -
cover up the well till after the calf is and it is doubtful if it ever will. rim

r drowned. This competition with free labor is Slips and SuckersFor .... DO NOT FORGET...... 1
I I a great big bugaboo that festered on Store.DEALERS
ABOUT some fellows' imagination when he Sale,of the Following Varieties,TIT' 1
MOSQUTOES. had an acute attack of office seek. Abbaka, Porto Rico, &CcjDRUGGIST
-- Russell lot
ing and can never be practically Smooth Cayenne, ll1
No one will deny that we have demonstrated, because road buildingand 15-
; mosquitoes in this country and occasionally repairing are now done largely Egyptian Queen,
by compulsory measures. Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,
!
they get numerous enough Whith '
f to trouble thin-skinned people a little As we don't seem to get good Antigue Pernambuco Toilet

and roads very fast any other way it, will Drugs, Articles, II
cause some complaints to be Enville. .'
i do no harm to see if we can't have WE CABBY A FULL LINE
OF Ti
made but to show that they are not Early delivery can be made. pan of the

to be compared with some found in some made by working the prison. fruit la( tmontb.from thin Apply Plantation to bavin*been picked Fine Stationery and druggist Sundries Di1lt 8iiS,
the road for must have ,
: f j' ers on we C.C.
: other parts of the country, the following MATTHAMS \
,
! excerpts will show. The fin tone good roads if we expect to prosper florida PlIIQple! COlllPU", 'Perfumes and iyRaieat II\.
i I as a state, a county and a city, and Druggist Sundries.
. showing that even Alaska has 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla. 15IT

f. them, we give on the authority of the the sooner we get the will good roads! Pre A Fresh Line of Tenney's candft!;. I
sooner prosperity come to
Inter-Ocean which CompoundedEast
the Chicago says: ItTEE
The mosquitoes in the Klondike us. Some plea should be tried) and Coast Businetw Solicited. Courteous Treatment and Prompts ew-

feoa are said to.tx almost M big i that at once, i Sri f for r Tic SQL WEST PAUI

BEACH( -9U, 6-1.91 Semi nolo dock, Welt palm,.


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THE TR9PI J.L. SUN,_ WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY.,; SEPTEMBER, 23, 1897. s J;

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'-- -- -
can BUT IAISIHG IN CALIT OaXIA.psi RECEIPTS. .

Sold 4,451 and.245-2000 tons SEEDS. M. E GRUB E'RDEALER 1.1arrdwatte? 1

s.u"FBANCISCO, CAL., \ beets at J4 per ton....._.......flT.817 22 ... .

Sept. 11, 1897.) Sale of beet topg..,____._..20000
Fresh, New Crop, Reliable' and

Guy I. METCALF, Total.-.__.?"?. ..$18,017 22 Gnoekeny. ; .
Total 75
EDITOR TROPICAL SUIT, expelllletl.10.880 Varieties best adapted to Florida. Glassware,Lamp and Lantern ,

_..._. ......... .
Profit
West Palm Beach, Fa.EAB&BBeadingyour ?? ?7.18647 Special Attention given Trade.to the All Kinds of Boat Coods.
East Coast
) excellent The farmer's wages are includedin -' Stores Tinware,Doors,Sash and Bondic"u 1

per from week to week,I am great- the items of labor, and the results Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. S ,ro'w All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods.

'!impressed by intelligent frka Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosenc Oil Stoves.. .
your net, to which could be aiMed itemof CAMERON Harrison BTO.' Ready Mixed Paints.
local in connection with Store.
to promote prosperity by Tinshop
freight, if the factory had been Tile Pioneer Seedsman of Florida.
\\gle diversified industries. ,Large Galvanized Tanks a Specialty.
notes for near at hand, making 9361.97 &-12-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. _
At two periods California sufferred Contracts taken anywhere 'in the County for Tin Roofing,Guttering, :
profit. Plumbing,Etc. -'-9>
nch from attempting to carry allp ,
This is no fancy sketch but a transcript -

eggs in one basket-originally by from the of .
books a bookkeeping -

ining, saerifici'-g every hindrance farmer. I know of hundreds of .HOTEL The PalmsNow The Peacock Inn. 'J

domination, and then by poor families, who have obtained U. D. HENDRICKSON
LOCATED: ON- ,
eat raising in extreme cases in.
(
small farms and comfortable homes
ideal ,ownership, covering not three Open for Winter T rare! \Y e: .
from the earnings of two or Bise>> BAY :
General Merchandise.
a than four thousand acres,) for.
fears' rental. To my mind beet sugar ,
ding a settlement of the country is the man'sindustry AU Modem Improvements, Electric Five miles south of Miami. .
pre-eminently poor Bells, Baths, Etc The oldest and largest Ho' '
less Wholesale Ails
d employment to .
by limiting and it is more than probable ,
,n half the.year, creating armies that California in the chosen seat $2.00'TO $3.00 PER DAY. tel Railroad on the and Bay.Steamer Direct Gasollnes, 76 and 86. ,8"( Groceries, Pant, ClolMii 0 ,

amps. Once for'all, it is prob- Address.-... con.
of it. Experience demonstrates that section withPALM "

e such financiering,: has ended.o a taste of alkali is a benefit rather "THE. PALMS." .1 Eats Caps Sloes Dry Good Seeds Ms
.the question: "What is the : :BEACH, ,
than an injury to sugar. beets, and
iaant industry of California toy that fact will enhance the value of 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida. and daily Steamer and Selinl JtIachine Hardware/

?" no well approved answer can some of the lands of this State. Lanno.h______ flnnnertinn with..n_ "

given and yet, the State enjoys, Kota Ztene-No fertilizers were ..... .MIAMI. Agent for Mapes and Williams A Clark'a Fertilizers
has N. C. STOCKTON President ..
d aU the time, comparatively, used in the example I give.I JOHN ,

yed, an enviable degree of pros. make no doubt you are weary of RAYMOND D. KMGdT, Yice President. Hates$2.00 pep day sod cpcard.CHUSPEAGOGK&SONPropr's. Anti-Friction Iron Marine Railway .

'ty, due in large measure to its THOS. P. DBNHAM, Cashier. For Boat 75 Feet in Length and Under.
this letter and merciful -
; long being .
JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
ersified pursuits, each one sup- Yours .
Steamers
I remain, Sincerely -
ting and fostering the other, WM. B. MAY. COCOANUT GROVE FLA.
"Lake Worth" and
He, if any one or two of theseed "Gladys"On

of success, the loss might be Items of Interest. National Bank of a-13-tf. Lake Worth.

without seriously affecting i.' i
ge, CEO.S.HACKER & SON Schooner"MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville. y;
eral thrift. These industries may [Written for THB TROPICAL Sim.] 1

The is the fash- Free Delivery Boat on Lake Worth. ,
donkey carriage now
catalogued follows
as ; the
State of FloridaTRANSACTS .
real (chiefly wheat), I[onable equipage, and the horse has ( s.1.96 Lake Worth, Florida.

.
another rival.
'itrus fruits, ___ .

)eciduoas fruits '(green, canned There is no better .plant for bees in '- A-, ,'.'-!
d dried Florida than the Madeira vine, which is
)
.
laisins and Zante-currants, in almost continuous bloom and dearly T. V. ASHEN
loved by bees.A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
leat, cattle and their products, ,

old, physician, of St. Louis, has recently -

amber and lumber, : published the assertion that canned .
i pineapple for dyspepsia, surpasses the Accounts of Bankers s'Manufacturer of and Dealer in
ash, ;. .
best article of the market affords.So .
pepsin
J
ugar sugar beets),. Merchants, Manufacturersand MANUFACTURER OF

ones, great the interest felt in Belgium Individuals solicited.... Doors
YELLOW LUMBER
beep, in the production of honey, that in Sash FINE :

ine, some districts honey-producing plants ,

live oil and pickled olives are planted along the public highways. Capital ad Surplus, $$190,000.Issue Blinds,

nd extensive manufactures.be .
France imports bacteria from Viennafor Mouldings .And Tknbet :
evident tendency is to enlargelist
yeast, bacteria from Denmark for our own drafts to all the princi- -AHDBuilding -

by opening new sources of tatter;bacteria from Germany for inoculating pal cities in Great Britain, Holland, Material

th, and it should be understood the soil and bacteria from Bel. Belgium, France, Switzetland Italy, UDlldl gs,Tlfled)Yort. FIECJ Scroll Work,Pickets, Uti Orange and Vegetable Crites

o not present an exhaustive one, gium for rotting flax. Spain, Portugal and Germany. CHARLESTON S. C.

ply writing the names of thoset I II I JacksonvilleFlorida I I I LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. Jacksonville, Florida. 7-23.97

occur to me. In this relation, I Mealey potatoes have always been I 8-17-97 I FSend for Prices.

a led to speak of "beet sugar,"and considered best, but French chemists
business have discovered that potatoes that -a
sire to say, although the

d its inception less than ,a. dece "laugh" when they are boiled are richer Stscrc hs Sun.If
for
in albumen than nitrogen, and. as ni .
ago, fortunes have been realdby trogen is muscle food, and albumen results The ouIDorn Fuel and uDDIyComDany 1 1

those in it and
engaged ,no only in fat, the nitrogenous potatoIs .

of failure to succeed has been rEined the potato-par excellence. The nitrogenous Wholesale And Retail Dealers In :

either of those who raise the Belle de and
pot toes, Fontenay
YU have wasted one hour of time. If havestinted
to.or those who extract the suThe Margorins, sell tor fi8 a ton, and the Tbroudb. you Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Gem
your gifts to the poor, see your fault and j
r,' &!'tage yield of sugar_ albuminous from $3 to $u a ton. molting* turn from it. If, on the other hand, you have

the- Chino manufactory the pastason The of carrier found a tired brain relieved nerves soothed, calm ent, Shingles and Laths. '
experiment using pig-
was 15 per cent. Skill is noteded and refreshing sleep obtained, from a pipe of good tobacco, be thankful

by the cultivator,and be can eons to carry information from our war- to a kind Providence and remember the bad effect of smoking is Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
ships to land, which was tried duringthe
Tile the help of his entire family. Atlantic all in Poor Tobacco. We have had to arrive a new and fresh line of
evolutions of the North
Gravely & Miller's Smoking Tobaccos, which Is worth attention.
le old-time saw: "A fool for luckd your
Sauadron in the Atlantic off Cape. -------------- ------ ------
"' RAM'S HORN is a granulated mixture, a mild, sweet smoke, in 2-oz.
a poor man for children may Charles, was such a complete success

changed to "Sugar beets and that the Navy Department will, here- tin cartoons, 10 cents. Office 408 West Bay Street.
LIBERTY MIXTURE is a cnrly cut, choice combination, witn a dashof
Idren for wealth. after, regularly make use of these birds
Perique, mild deliciously fragrant, cool smoke for pipe and
be first iMp of the "tenderfoot" for news carriers. The news was. in this Jacksonville, Florida.
in tin 4-28-97
cigarettes, 4-0Z. cartoons, 25 cents. 1
case, taken from the flagshsp New Yorkto
likely to equal the, results of ex- G. & M. PLUG CUT is made from selected stock mild and pure,

rience,and the yield in tonnage iaartling. Norfolk navy yard and from there and much preferred by vigorous smokers, in half-pound wood cartoons ,

,: .* I shall quote one with fig. telegraphed to Washington, thns keeping 35 cents. The same in 2-oz. cloth sacks, 10 cents. .

8 covering entire cost, where the the Department informed of every Florida.East Coast Ry.
movement of the Squadrtn.
tput was 18 and 70-100 tons perre. '.
PLEASE BEMEMBEBThat Time Tabl.Ko.t-Corr.ek4 to Jaae 8, 1891.
The sugar king, Claus Spreck- The finest butter in the market is

B, cultivating a principality of cane made in Normandy, France, as it was in if there is anything that is nice we have it. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read UpV"BISCAYNE"

Hawaii, largely engaged in su the days of William the Conqueror, That no one can undersell us. o. 087 o2iti STATIONS. '''No 18 082 .

r beet raising and reduction 'here. and from the same race of cows that That it will trade with ... ea. ....,. r p ..... y.......Jacksonville 695p ...... 1 ...... :::::
pay you to us.'BURKHARDT'S ...... 10-. ...... 8lij> .... : Ar..8.Aagnstlne..Lv.. 625 ...... 00a ...... ...... .1
act statement of results on 238 then existed. A herd book of these fa. ...... loss. ...... ...... ...... Ly..8&Augusttne..A 6 ...... ...... ...... ...... .
...... ll00a.. .... II .........Bast1nr--.. ..... II 445 ..... ...... ...... ......
res near San Juan, California: mous cows is being prepared by a per- "V" ......111 .... ..... :..... II ...._.EIIa.Palatka........ 45p...... ...... ...... ......
manent commission. E. H. S. ...... 11 eo. :..... :..... ..?.. Ar..P1iJatb..LT. 45p...... ...... ...... ......
I ,
EXPENSES. ... .t6.. .

nd rent, |7 per acre__.......1,666 00it The Kansas City Journal has gatheredsome ....... l!68p ...... ...... ...... Lv..............Ormond...........Ar. ......: :
plowing...?. ??_.?...,?.._?... 34000 .. .. 1115p...... ...... ...... ....... ..Da.tODL.. ..... 256.........
x>nd plowing._ ____ 81 6 65 sample stories showing that there ...... 11511.. ... ........:Port Oreage... .. 282 ...... ...... ...... ......
...... l45p..... ...... ...... II .......New S1 ..."" 21........ j.
ItiTatlnjrtnd harrowing._?_ 500 00 are times when it is so dry in the western boyouwanta STEA'MBO'AT? ...... I J ............. ..... ......... Oak Rn1.: ........ 1 ...... ...... ...... ...... J
wing(labor)..,...T__ 85 00 part of Kansas that you have to soak a <
of drill.....: __._ __ .511p.;
? ? 28 80 I hog over night before he will hold swill. ...... I alp ...... ...... ...... II ...........(bco&._......... Ii IIp ...... ...... ...... ......
led 2.830 pounds@ 10 cent?..... 28300 I o-We have them to sell, and if we have none ......38Sp...... ...... ...... .........Buckledge........ .. 1207p..... ...... ...... ......
inning,1,100 Jays at 91 per day 1,10000 There are places where water is wet only on hand to suit, we can build..... ...... 4 06p ...... ...... ...... .........Er.I&Gallie......... 118 5& ...... ...... ...... ......
imatinn, 1 man Iud 2 horse*, SO on one side, and there is one place ...... 'WP ...... ...... ...... ........ .Sarno. ........ 11 S2a ...... ...... ...... .....
...... 41511 ...... ...... ...... II ......_.Melbmnrne. ...... II 11 ..... ...... ...... :.....
days at 93 per day._.__.._.__ 90 00lowing where the owner of a ferry boat hauls JUST WHAT YOU WANT.We ...... 4 bop ...... ...... ._... ..._....Roselaud._?....... 111 4Sa ...... ...... ......
oat.1 man and attain,95 ...... 4 lOp ...... ...... .... .........8ebastlan......... IO 3 s ...... ...... ...... No201b
day.at 13 per day_.__ 28500 I.. water eleven months in the year to keep also to furnish / ...... flOp....... ...... ...... II ..........8t.Lame.......... g4/ia ...... ...... ......
pplni and loading into wneon. his ferry running, while one poor farm are prepared ...... 10811 ...... ....... 51X8 II ... Fort Pierce........ 9 ails ...... ...... ...... s lop J
1.305 and 8-10 days at $1 ..... .56p ... 'l11a ......... &1eo. ......... II 90'2.( 14i:_ ,
day?..._..?._.. _..? ....._.per..... 1.33380; er used to run the well through the .....: 1 4op .....: :..... 1Iaa: .......:Jensen........... j 957& ::.... :....: :....: Ialp '
auliog a miles to switch 50 eenU Outfits for ...... I18p ...... ...... 1I4Oa ............stuart.......... II 49a ...... ...... ...... I 0f9
a ti>n-T-T,_......._........_. 2,22350 clothes wringer every morning to get Pumping Irrigation.Write ...... 101p.... ...... 111a ...... .AIiCla........... 8Sla; ...... ...... ...... 226p.
prUht on railroad to factory remote waterforcooking. ... r rip ...... ...... 81 ..... :..Hobe Sound.. ..... S VIa ...... ...... ..... I" 1
._........ 2,22550 ,I ...... 'Up..... ..... 858a .......West Jupiter....... II sWa..... ...... .......124011 ,
ulhhK and ho* ._.._.._.; 2000 or call on as for Anything in our Line thaYOU'need. ...... 1021> ...... ....., IOaJa .. Riviera 'l3la: ...... ...... ......1I1S.
tt'l'I'a&-...?.._?. _..._. 800 00 ...... 8 lOp .. .... 11 00a. r.....West Palm Beach..LT. 'l24a ..... ..10 60a 1 J t
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...... 816p .....: ....:. Sp ..... .LlDton........... .47 .....: :..... ...... 914&
Total......._......_.....:.|10,880 75 SubscrJ3s: for 1JAa 5 un. ...... I SSp .....: ..,... Z3Sp ......Fon Lauderdale..... ." 5 53a ...... ...... ...... 'llSl I
Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. ."... 10 Alp ...... ...... .000p II ........Lemon Cit)........ 60'Ja ...... ...... ...... 6 3a':
" -. ......1000p ...... ...... 'a.pAr..J4Jam1..L.I 6 ...... ...... ...... 61011 j if

t I U. S. WEATHER BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Jacksonville, Florida. A.&I W.BRANCH. -I BOnville Trains and 112.35.St.sr Angustinedany.Train and '18. between. Jacbo. .'f;

STATIONS. No :2. No.4. :>>!, between Miami and roe I
| JUPITER, FlA., Sept. 20, 1897. 116p 10 0.1.1 I LT..New Smyrua..Ar. liSp 25p Pierce dady, Sunday. i
* Weather Report for the week ending Spt. 19. 1897. Barometer corrected Proprietor JACKSONVILLE MARINE RAILWAYS. lOOP 11 .Lv..LakeHelen.LT. 12 Sup 4 Sop TraIn DA. between Fort Pierce u4
1 lip 11 n la S Sip Miami daily except i
br temperature and elevation. 8 A.it. and 8 p.M.observations. 75th meridian 6-24-97 1 up 11 ba.JAr..OrangeQty..Lv.1215p, II zip Trallls :3e and 78 Mondar.SL. AuJUl' I

dme. Comparative temperature for the years 1895, 18g6 and 1897.TEP4E'E tine daily except Sunday.Th. j I

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? 'MY 1897. i 11846. I 11893.TtLOCIT BRELSFORD ':BROS.
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35 2.C I .a. Ii appointed to Perform Service as follows:
Mx I k .8 .x
, 8 a.m. I 18 p. m. :; eI IJ: .y .iC .: ? M I .a RealEstateand'Insuran'cePalmBeach .
" .:n I '-c' i Lean UIAUl 10:30 p.m.Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting with Train 33. f

300!"jE4E.....13E| .._071 E.._20 .041 Partly Cloudy]80181 I115I$ *T! ;:; 8lh8758J8fi73 | | | Leave EXT WEST 1:00..m.TueedA .and Fridays
. :2 30 | -10NE..06INE..14! -07Ciondy.| ...?..?.\82812.1KJctoudy. \| s-l\7580| \ +RIR084R8wI8| 1: ) J i
82929 K.....-O4)/NE?.O9K.| _16 .17It| >rtl.T. Cloudy Rwn I | 801 89 718O| Florida.Notary Connecting at Miami with Train 78 following morning. tJ.
4129 9. SW...04 E..16N..82| | 2.OOCloutiy| ?.?_?.71'172857271< M5898O84\73 .. 86 >"877| -- t
S HO 00,S_181s._.058..1I l.iaiCloudy.?.___.. 75 7 i.$4171 78837378847b867279867 7 12|78 .P.UuIL W lT J.D.BAHNER, 11
6 3004SO 8l!> ..03s| ....252.5Iaoudv.\ ...._ il< | | | | <>(81 84 71178 Rent. Traflo Manager. Asi't Uan. Passenger Agent !
, 06 <<1 ? ,01SE..i095g..2) t ._...._ 76\79 8373788Bl76| \| | \ 81' 88 7180| : Public Cottaggg to St. Augustine, Fla. 1
; M 30 t$11R...?.04.E'_ .IOE.":..:::!\ .8liICloudy.?_.:._ :980| 84I7278887682} | | | | ,8s 72178 I I
"SO 01 1 .._09.K.1l: SE _'<> .141CIoudy. .._. \ | |86J7279| | .
UanWIE.._ .-....OSE..25? '_? "_". ,6I12R0,70I73l$3I741|/ / ( |/ | |$ | |$ 6.197 Post-Ofiee Building North of 1'oincUna Hotel. '
I :roOll I&._ 09 SI.15: ...E.&IIICloudY_._/1:1IM-lI71lif| | $ 8.'i71l78| 867480| |
2i$00E., ..... E..._09 SB.-20: .OOMondjr_,,, 828086| | 80 K3 l/I/877882847378l.U'lClourty | | |/ | | Plants t t4J1
313010 E.._11+NB..15 NE.-22 .07Partly| Cloudy 8JI78<1671+ :768l| Strawberry
1-130$ NE.1015! ;:: ...tl4 E..1UJOI'a.tly Cloudy $ SI.28Partlr 85 7fi M87l7M82S774M| : | | |
1318001 x.._ins.. .08N .. _28\ | Cloudy|11'1'IOI i6 881|i 51781| +:2173178| | !$i|1711 i 81880OM..C.Im.SE.095E.12
.OOlclear._ 78 8118' 11i48oIRI75I$018371177| |
1730071.\ _.0-1 R.... 06 SIs.iII IIt1eu| ,...?._ M> 8085.18Partly | '1ilOI\ $ I76IH III'''\.780| THE SUN Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH ;
'18 30 00 S.. [' 7B80877ti8283727HI l SUBSCRIBE FOR
? 03 $E..0618.091[ | Clouds l$21OI$4 | | | | | | |
191300018_. 05 S. ....( 6S| ?..?19| .071|Partly I Ioudvl8177i8776. | | ;:82h6768l86758078IX2I74I78I86| | | | & CO.' MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, for Special Price List, just put. :
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1 l 111E 1iOPICAL SUN, WEST' PAtH BUCH, fLORIDA, THUBSDAT a ,

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Ban Ton Lost You Goat Directory. bras.MRLQ.B.a. y P
Boy's Shirt waists regular price 25 ets Lake where he trill go to work on one City

bt rtDptla! l1n. going at 15 Cts at SIRKL 'S BA 1Alt... of the dredges working there. The Our Knights of Pythias and other secret '" '

Captain will be missed as be is a jolly OFFICERS. BJs
"I gneaa I aia.t 10 coane nid tile patient societies that use the room in the ?
.. ,,,, ,,, ,,KaJ'Ol'
nimal.
good fellow at all times and has made bui1d- F. LAJlOND -"
-t>h, doat kaow"retortedBalaam "Yo second story of our public school .2GLENl'i' CI f-B --
route not stake a man of yonraeif U you friends with every one. t.
their os.EI.UOTT---
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. talked. for a decade and I can make an ask of ing should be careful of goats. Poma- Men.jEASETT

myself Telegraph.la Ire miaul**."-tV.Ubarg Chronicle Gea. Hanna came down from SewalTsPoint ,Sunday night the colored janitor started ED.EN.A. G&ARAK_.._.._.....- varslul -.


GUY I. METCALF A full line of School Books and Stationery with a load of pineapple slips! up the stairs Methodists to open and to hold light their up er-the BOARD-0- ALDERMEN.

EDITOR AND MANAGER. at Dimick's Drug Store. Tuesday via the canal and the "Sunny hall for the with ..o.GFO. .
South." vices there but came running out POTTEJ presidentOHN
Coaldnt Uo It Himself-Weaq-TeimI white than it ever was .W. --.L S. L4XO 'D "
his face BEACHBEACH
nearer B- w.A. H. BoB :
dl r.Tered a very rich rold mine in Ala&ky. L
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 abe tlniemtmi-And didat you nuke a Chapman says his hen are now lay before trembling all over and evidently ..A.STRAWDERMA.t.GPA.w.wsr.a------- B.BaforNt'o M1 y .
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claim Weary? Ko'm. Yerlttf so high up ing 50 per cent. He has one hundred nearly scared to death, and directly Council meeting 08 the lit, u4 yd Tayis Iii

dere dat I eooMn't aSord ter hire a man ter;: hens and gets two eggs a day which bmaking following him were two goats probably each month at T3PPCounty- "*- IUCD GE _
drive de stakes ter me.JudgeWhen I
money_ .fast. although they did not
society goats, PALS
Directory. ]IEM
in the
Jacksonrine--stop" have regalia on at the time so it M1WL.DEBOGORT.
Acme Hotel. Rooms. 50 75 and f i.oo Mrs. Jennie F. Belden will open a any they E.x.Di ucrmi
day. Best Furnished hotel, in the could not be told to which lodge I
per boarding house in the near future : COUXTT OFFICERS.
Good in connection.R. After making sure there were
city. dining rooms
where a can get meals at all belonged. E. BETSER................. Consty JalgeA.
L. CBADWICK. 4-i-tf. person no more loose goats around the jinitor A;.QCUlBY.:....... ...-Ciro iCourtperkBOAT.
hours and as many as they want. hall readyfor L TA fLOIt.- Prosecuting Attorney I. IIOUII'I'!
"Oh, wirra-worri: To think thot only yeiuterday at last went up and got the .J.cmLUNGWOBm.S

AMONG OUR CHURCHES Oi wor baling him over the bead .U serrices. &.C. HAlGHT..., ... ........ !II' .., -
k ..' rreflaiiroa.aa and Tijteroa, sad now he lea dead."-London lodges miss their goats ...........TreAIIIU'
t Time and Place of Services Special school this Winter arrived ia town today If any of our P.1.AMOND-. ........
Truth. tell in )'RAIKLT'SHEES....... ....8anqorZ. t
{ Notices Week-Day and Sunday with his family. They came op the possibly the janitor can at least .T.JlERKITT --Sap&. Public laitrasto. I'
Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when which direction these two went e'f
Meetings. you want Fancy Groceries. canal on a launch and lighter from COUNTY COMUISUOSERS.JC.W. !

--...- Cocoanut Grove., Mrs. Stephens, whois --- a.. CbairmaaG e Backh CV !! tIIwilli -

Epiaeopal S.rvie.s.EPISCOPAL .- WhT were you discharged from your last to teach at Cocoanut Grove took THEY SAT- .W PITTS" & ............... ,.. Jj Y :.
place asked the merchant of the.applicant going W. J. SHONE ......_.......Cooasnt Grove wws
for a situation.l trip launch bark That nod memory i. the first reo-. R, 4 WHITE_u_......_.....-.._.Iemoo pry ... mea .-
C Bethesda-by-Uie-Sea. WM.Uncharged K>r rood behanor nr.Wa ." -- er g -- w. a.: TASciE .. .. ..-...--.- ..Holle 5aUG
n t that a singer reason for diaehante humorist.
of
uisite up-to-date fit
REV.J. X.MrtFout, Rector. *' The "400" met at the home of Mrs. an Com Usionen meet U ft(1I1.Ir sestioa oa l g >
"W ell. rood behavior took nine I ia kissingtill the last We4aedav U each month. $
EV.I FlTZ-jAMES HUBBY,Ais't MuU&tlT. :you see That no woman, believes
month 08 my sentence."-Life. W. W. Blackmer Friday evening. Aftera 'Wf&fII1Ifti : fir.
Will be daring the Summer. Setrice
open BOARD. -
it SCHOOL
she experiences ; COIN7Y _
Blackmer
few of Mrs.
pedro
every Sunday morning at II o'clock. A launch Good in games ; "
will run regularly ia connection Wring West at O. W.new Weybrecht's.Tinware cheapest town played the organ and. we danced the That experience of that kind is generally sr.MERBJTT EEnrrcn>E3rr-OF TOXIC DlsnmIOJl.z. 1xziitu -"**City If ff I If j '" .a 1'I :

Palm Beach city dock at toro Fare for the balance of the.evening. Mr. Strnthers a dear schooL or SCHOOL 104&.. / 4' .( i ftIIt -
round trip 10 ttIIU.BaonrdBooD ""Lady"said Meandering Mike plaintively.Ml I W.S.1CK:50StIJamaaa.-eocou.&O.eW. -
wn ter ax ye for work, would ye have acted as prompter. They meet at F. L. That a man don't have to be a college LWIDMLTER-....-Japivcr bat were tooa cared" Dr .___
de heart torefnee me?** Film beach BBBdreds of people itowsatferf
I. W. COMSTOCKwee
Tenbrook's
next Friday. raising pine-
or ST. JLSDEEW.-Meett on "No.. stsan.rered"f wooWn't. graduate to make money wanted to IB and Itt Dr. trams g
the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each .IJ..b.n.-pIJooL tarniua dly a..aT."J. apples. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. do ao accoaat: ol heavy rte
won't ax "-"A ahlngton fetar. ezcarcioaw aow bciaf ras WS .iTW
yer. in
tnonU. LF.HiXDav Director. There have been so many rumors
That it does no good to talk religion EM UK* PROM BADE COCTTTT. I to co.U aaaU.AD 1Iif
W. F.AausTaosc Ja, Seeretaq.jit. I Lake residents north of"town should the papers lately about this place that E. S.DIMICK, Palm Beach___.SenatorK. treated sdeatiieaOy aaJ Maz
Bird the with a sharp tongue. B.I'OTT Ea.W Palm Beach, Representative of the eye. ear., none Ufwt,W.
patronize James Iceboatman. of senders think .
some your may we are liver bowel kidney*,htofet fell .
----'1'State
E. Church. South. who makes regular every other day about "knocked out." True, we are a That the man who never told a lie always nerve. and aU diIaMI" try ,.
trips and sells at factory prices at your Directory. thoee peculiar.to woos as .
his record by saying so.
little disfigured Irat.the following will spoils s< .
Services every lint and Third Sundays of wharf. vaeir'e rretare.agtar .. bU.1ik.
earn month, at 11 p. m. Sunday School at show we are "still in the ring:" R. W. That a lover can never be too good to Call 011 or write sia 1 a kalf6 -

10 a. ...every Sunday, U the Public School Want The To Knnday-eebool Be An AngvL"Why class was singing don't you"I : Milbura will plant 2% acres to tomatoes be true. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEST. Dr. W. T. S. Viactfil $ :

Baildlng. ETerytxyly cordially in Tiled.BET. sing loader Bobby?"asked toe teacher. mad if call hima
Jas. Strnthers % acres to tomatoes That if a man gets yon
W.A. LOTPEI Pwtor. "..m sinning aa loud a. I feel," explained ; 4 w. D. BLOXH!)(.Governor Mohawk Block.Car.bffcil
Bobby London Tit-BiU. ; C. H.:Miller 2# acres; I. H. Burton gentleman it is a sure sign that you JM>. L. tA WFORD. ... .Secretary of State JackaonviUtJ1 y''
WM. B. KEYSOLUS. ..........ComptroUerJAM&j c
School Shoes for children at cost this z# acres; T. W. McBr'de, 2 acres; are a liar. B. wBITI"IELD..Trunrel Boors: 9 to u LBV 1104 *.st$ .1t.
Star
46
Evening $
Iiodg o. ,
week only,at SIRKI 'S BAZAAR. Messrs. Taylor from 3 to 5 acres; F. W. That the bonds of matrimony are not WJI.B.LAX .Attorney General
Knigbta of Pythias W. X.SHBATS..Sapt.! Public lartntetioa ..
Chapman 3 acres to egg plants and tomatoes ol the non-assessment kind. L. B.WOMBWELL ........(Con.AtTicaltue -
Meets every Friday Night at 830 p.to.standard Foorpad-Hand up! PATRICK HOCsTOX_....idjataat'General WHEN JacklOllriDe lie tt fit
time. Visiting bathers cordially invited. from Citl-n the-..ashore.FoutpitdPoor So Ore. my friend I'm' last back: ; P. Pedersen 2% acres; J. W. That many a presidential boom has W.B.)(u.TOS. JR._.. SnrreyorCeneralUineea your oM Friend; who dj ow1'YOIl1rith

Castle Hall over Public School Building.M. I chap! Here's a quarter French 2 acres; Mrs. J. F. Belden I to been irrigated from a barrel. at Tallahaaee, Florida. Bargains is at ;

E.Car EaCC Philadelphia North American 2 acres; A. Hoffman 2#acres; Ad. Mailer That the choice positions for blots on U. S. SENATORS. Dry Goods, l1tW1il :-

W.U ViDiceTEa, K.oT R. & S. 1-4-97 Decorated Crockery,at Bargain Pricesat 2tf acres; W. E. Clark 2# acres; civilization are getting rather scarce. 8. PASCO-.................Jfomeello Gents' FUll 11(! 1{

O. W. Weybrecht's. H. Roessler and Otto Schroeder will also s. L MALLORY........._.PeaaacoU D. SINGER .
That "fools rush in where angels fearto it Bridce Street Jleer 1. ..
Two dusky small boys were q8&neUq plant winter track and the "Dea- J&lUOSTIUU erfe.t :
FUN AND FACTS. ; 1J097
time was pouring forth a volume o) Tltaperoiu .*.*.",...." has not fall made nn his mind tread, and generally manage to get U. S. COSGRESSUiN. a .=-1
Y .
Witty Sayings Interspersed With epithets a hlle the other leaned against a -r out again with the boodle. KOBT. w.DTIS ..-.............. ...PalaUa anyl
fence and calmly! euatemplated him.. When yet,.while there are several more to hear 8. M. SPARKMAS..........-_......Tampa When TUirittf Jacksewrint I bAt
Bualn a* Bargain the Are now yon of language troo?" wa" exhausted le said; from. There are now 85 white'peopleand That if yon take away the screen from tail 0___ 'f .

NOTICE!! Be sure and save your """\ea.o"aim got nnflSn more to lay?" from 40 to 50 colored.." There have the front door of the saloon the devil SUPREUb LVUdT JUDGES J. A. CRAIG i I ;.

Dental Work for Dr. J. A. Pugh, our "N0.". been several acres of pines set out this will sneak out of the back door. X. H.MABKT.................. .duelJastice
boss Dentist, who will return in a few ".Wdt;aU derating what you called me, I F. B. CARTER ............. .*BonM "atUI FOR'I 1'ih
weeks. you to "-Plu lauf'C Dfcpatcb. year, but not as many as last, so you I That yan can't be sure of going to B. F. TATLOB'.............. .. MEN'S FURNiS lit

see we ain't dead yet. heaven because yon have never been in ,
I Large Stock of Children's School We the larger Use ti Ia
Adam-Well, what are bunging around carry
you
her for* You told Clothing Shoes, and Hats, blurt-waists E. R. COMMISSIO.VEES.K.
me yesterday that roa'n.t jail.That '
-" hare me if there wash't another man and Knee Pants at 15 cents each and up W. E. Clark who came here about 18 a good sermon will always out H.X. DAVIDSON Quincy Fla....rhahmaaH.E.DAY Hats and J 11N

on earth. at :Mrs. Frank's.Newly months ago was found drowned in the live the preacher. ___ Gainesville ht _
Kve-Yea. bat-Adam, dear-I didn't know -- -- .. Ii S.... -..
that there wa.sa"tYork Press. fresh water lake west of town, yesterday 1.1. BRYAN. ....... .. Ei-ffimmee -
3tadeWidow-Abno take That the house is of Sat
one can a lamp in more to tie farad fa UIc State. trust
Call and John'. place, I loved him from the bottom ofuy about 2 p. m., by Frank Gnnnell, who JGHN I. KEELET.JB. derfc._ _Arcadia.
see the FURNITURE STORE than in the 'f'It
heart. use a star sky. Knox and
had Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tal-
friend arijthtlyV=But y"oar'know''iliacthe went there to fish. Mr. Clark taken
Twa ever thn- That the best to peel an Indian lahaasee. __ Evemt Block, 14 .YOUJDWM1 b&
; > cay-there to always room at the top.- off his coat hat and shoes, and left way .
The raJa It falls upon the "nut. is with the tomahawk. 8-197
dad too. upon the anjn=t fe'lows. them on the stoop of Mr. Sherman's pumpkin 't ,

Bat The more spun hare the Jnnt. became Fine White Cane at R. G. Lee & Co's. house (which is oc the lake shore and That an humble beginning is not the General Directory.COURT .
j unjust the jun' nmbrelJa

-Judge.California Elderly Lady-Yoa and.your brother ant..hul. unoccupied) and had taken a small boat only qualification for a president

ate yoa nor CALENDAR, OCOBn O Steps :g
D Mountain.Fruit at Idners'. Little Boy-Yen'm. It's bard lack to be and when about 25 or 30 feet from shore That a man may be a man, but not a (Seventh Curait.)

twins. had stepped overboard into about 5 feet for all that. .
The judge locked wlemn. -HowUthst** gentleman J .D.BBUUXE.......?.........CuesImop c
Yon are to he hanged by the neck until "When mamma dont know which of na of water. The top of his head was out That both churches and theatrical J. BEGGS.._-......State's Astoraei OF 8AVANH
you are dead Hate you anything to ay?" doe a thing the lick BJ both.''-Truth. of the water when he was found. Mr. SPRING TEBX.Osemla I
The former have their
police reporter nmlledgeitly. companies angels;
"It will make a guod noose item."->"ew Boy's Knee Pants going at 25 and 35 Gnnnell came to town and gave the County.. tat Monday im March. 5 Sailing Days Each :
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how '
Turk JournaL That they don'tgeneraUy roost M
cents at SIRKIN.SZ.AR.. i ..
alarm, and a number of the settlers went Lake 'tll" "
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Ia ada direetiom a skip.. ..
Anew assortment of Agate-Ware at A loving Hackennttk nephew, charged with out and brought the corpse to his late ever, on the same perch. VoJaeia Brevard "" W,th.". N M April... Mondays Tuesdays 1'

0. W. Weybrecht's, cheap. the duty of an epitaph for a dUaireeable That the bricks in hat u
preparing home where a letter was found addressed you get your Dade Ut Monday ann itk Monday .
old node just read, suggested the Wedaodayt,ri4
"Paw"......f'd little fW.r."what dON this folio*in*: "IJtftoIy rt';rKled "y ail who never to his son Parley who is at workin won't help to build up your character. ia ApnLFALL I 4 a .
pair mean by the laU before the storm!'* I, knew him."-Xew York Tribune. TEBX.Oseeola : of
"'Some poor fellow'i honeymoon. I "nppo Miami, which showed that the act That though one swallow does not County,l t Monday in October. -BrnrEDSaTIDI ;

e."-Xew York Journal. WANTED TO CONTRACT frtr50oor 1,000 was premeditated. Mr. Clark has beenin make a Summer, it will help t> warm Orange :M N ,
cords 4 ft. wood both lightwood and tad : ] tIo
Fresh Shipped dozenat health the past Summer up-if it's the right stuff. Lake ,tta
Eggs 20 cents a very poor you '
split green pine price '1.00 and |i.:o Volnsla M Nov
Clematis Avenue Supply Store. per cord f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of and has acted very queerly for some That most of the people who claim Brevard ita N .* FINEST PASSENGER t :

t "n,. don't yon try reading Riprxr'a: romances West Palm" Beach. AddressLakeWorth time. L H. Burton went to Miami last they are in love could be arrested for lit Monday after the 4th Monday la CD&Jtw1ee..me. c.a

for balaam?" asked Faker Ice Works;West Palm Beach, night to notify Parley who came up counterfeiting. IB November. 1"f'lltllMilldd
What good will they d V queried Bn'dy. Florida. tf. oiPerbJu.passenger Wc trd& .i
"Oh. they are filled with balr.ral>liug ei>l- this moraine. The funeral was held That not one nf yon now even. remem- linT rn" (lt
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odes "Philadelphia North American. U. ur Z lLL. ACCOCU
Little Boy tpoutiojc to the shop wind ia this afternoon.
Wbafa thlmYotherTho.- > I hers your last New Years resolutions. J.X.BABCO ......................_.Begiater

Don't forget you can still eel your ...are diving tufts, made all ot That the dead are to be congratulatedfor N. D.WAI -wRIGIIT_... ..__ _...KeeetTd Unarm :
ees fitted at !iner & Son's. robber,eu that the diver will not get wet.I t
wish I bad one.Why .." '----O1T having got through with a bad job. Office at Gainesville, Florida n.ail ..
Rates Much
Cheap
ChoDj-Doctor, what do yon think U the vhaifor.my dear I I
cause of thin frequent rush of blood to my "To wear when you wash me."-London That according to some people, nothing COPT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP"I. For iafornatioa at to rater l lHiliac ...

+ bead Dr.?Enxto-Xatore. It abhors a Tit-Bit LUMBER, ever happens at the right time. J. W.CRONK.......................Obeerrer dates,etc, writ MWALTER .
vacuum
-"elF lork Town Topic WANT ED-A middle-aged lady would Observatory. at Jupiter Inlet.GOi'T Bit k
That women are a delusion and a
like to secure board in a private family nac&l
Winter Clothing to keep Gentlemen SHINGLES snare and yet some men are foolish 1
for a felt months, in or about West Palm LIGHT ROUSE SERVICE. W. J. FARRELL, U
t from freezing this coming winter a large Reach. Please state particulars and ad- enough to hug a delusion. I Lirbt House at Jupiter Inlet. It

assortment at half price-We want the dress Mr. J. :M. WOODWARD U. S. Pat- I JAMES A. ABXOCB........ .Keeper Soliciting Freight Art
cash to take to New York to buy more ent Office, Washington D. C. 9-23-31 'LATH, ETC.We That a rolling stone gathers no moss, J.A. WELLS............_...-.lstAsslata.t 04 Wot Bay St,JackwatCSbj_ I SWhidden's
goods with-Call at Mrs. Frank's. but it gets there just as hard. I.A. PINE"......................M Assistant
,
)f,.. Wl"lharDt-A.yOll married? can make jon Lowest Prices,
I
"1 believe Goodlnck baa got an Increase of Weary Willie nudjolaDtJy-W'ot! Dye That you should never take the will
alary. What wan it for-eitra work?" t'ink I'd be rely in' on total string*. fer support F. 0. U. your station: . for the deed, for wills are easily broken. DISTRICT SCHOOLS. !
Tee! He alwaya lUtenn when the boas tell if I had a wneJudge.WANTEDA Ma1
the smart thing hw UtI&YL"-LoDdoD Tit. Write u for anything you need in ... j jIs
BilL That a journal that fails to give the
I White Man who,for the I LEMON CITT.B. .
of ten of muck land for Building Material. news is not a newspaper. ..
WAN'TED-A use acres a periodof E.McDONALD.Prin. .pal
Maker to locate to
will clear and cultivate the I MISS M. A. )lcDOS&LbA.wtaac Prepared tf
in West Palm Beach. Plenty of work 5 years, is Builders Co. That a woman can always tell when E. L. WHITE............. _.._....-SnperrUorPOTSDAM. "
before Said land sit-
same July 1898. Supply .
for a competent person. anything happened by the dress she you with"Meats ,.', I
uated on west bank of canal ry miles .

The Way of "oml"D-"I wish would south of Linton. Apply to "H," Box 215, St. Augustine Florida.Lainhart. wore at the time. L. F. KID EB..._. iBntrattor

help-Well.me with dear. thlsll"tter.lIarry...h.t'. the diffiralty" jou West Palm Beach, Fla. 9-23-tf .- That the fish are not to blame for L B. FRAZIER'_ ....._............Supervisor Good at! UtilI! '* f

HOSE SOCXD.WX.M. .
"I dont know what to pot in the portseript. catching them on
."-London Piek-Me-Cp. & Potter your Sunday. GREEXLEAF_......" .... Instractor freshrB t'Bee
UNION DEPARTMENT. That you are always sorrier for what W.8. TANCEE_. _.... .__SopernsorXEPTCXE. ,
Boat building done 4-28-97 West Palm Beach.F1a.UNDERTAKING.
right at home in
the yon did by accident than for what you !, 1lqI&
most approved manner good work HISS IRENE RICKARDS ...... ._Instructor
BUSINESS DIRECTORY ttJ
manship and at living prices. Call on did on purpose. ..." Supervisor =t I

Capt. A. T. Rose. That no great man was ever guilty of JUPITER: I
SPOT CASH STOKE"-Deals in General JlerchandUe. -
playing checkers during business hours. MRS.W. A. H. HOBBS .
Thre'. .,_ 'Bttniftor
Into an I'erklnoa tenement know with bu Perkingterfd wife?- Good Goods. Low Prices. M. J. J. A.ARMOUR............."........?.SB rTMorJCXO. sip
aflrr their manage twenty yean ago anon that Gale. Proprietor. C. W. MrCord. Manager.LCMBER QEO. H. MALTBY. That as balloon sleeves are out of. Native Meats a ;

when either lot temper or stormed,the oth- style women will find some other :
ANNIE E.
way G.
er waa to alienee." LATH AND SHINGLES Rock lETCAI.F Instructor
keep
And the etbeme worked?" Bottom Prices. W. w. Blackmer. Agent.F. to waste dry goods. A. E. HEYSER ....._ ....:....JSnoemaor.- Your Patronage So!
"Admirably. Perking h.. kept silence for Care and Embalming! of the Dead RIVIERA.
tw.utyyearaNew York Truth. That a hen never cackles till after she COLOIIB. Market on Bania
.W.CHAPMAN-Deals in Dry Goods, otions, ANNIE; D. LIGHTBOCRSE-.in trxtos
The Finest 20 Years' Experience. has laid an egg. t F.o. So BOWL};,.. .. _
Kinds of School Stationery Stationery,Cigars and Tobacco.. Agent for "" Supervisor1IAKGOXLA. 1M2 WEST PALS

at Russell & Go's."BerRrMen The New York Clothing Store. That one-half the world would give a .
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to be spending ti Taxation or Funeral Supplies In Stock. good deal to know how the other half GEORGE MISS ROSHFJRRET.8. BowUa.SupelTlIOI',_ Instruct,,,'
In townr* I
"Yen he all his UNTO LOCALS. lives. WEST PALM
spent money on outing BEACH. l
elJtbw.-lUoitXewa. Telegraph "Faraiture Store, West Palm That some people are never happy except L. F. H1XDRY_.... ..... Principal Clematis Avenue*

Capt. Bill was in Lantana Tuesday on Beach, Florida. when they are miserable. LCLC ANGEVINE"-".." Ascisdaat
Sheet Metal of all kinds and 'J9JT D. B.C.-GEBSOLL.
sheet met. ....... .....SU orCOLOSW
+ al work at O. W. Weybrecht's.Servant business That it takes permanent resident to Store-

(a* old Gayboy stagger In)-TheBiatraia F. W.Chapman waS in West Palm make any country prosperous J.D. E. JONES.... Iutr1Ictw Supply
to out.sir.Gayboyaftera. INGERSOI _....._g
The Sun ?
nlght-Great Scott! She. Beach Friday looking after the sale of Tropical That a hit in time often saves the LAXTAXA.ELUOTP ::-Weat hia ..-J '
too! 1 didn't know she played poker.-Phil. lumber for nine.
adelphia Sorth American. some Pompano. lIRS. GEO. LTMA. .........I..trudor
r That the pen cuts deeper than the A. W.GAKSETT.... ._.... ... Supervisor j. D. MATHS, Ipl

Good For Table Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a Capt. Bill at rived in port Saturday Job DepartmentPrints sword. KEY. ( .-te $es....tt.ari. ..'.IIifXJ
be
sure to stop at the New evening with the "Two Bachelors," after J AMES C. HARRIS .
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Seminole Hotel Geo. That heard K.H. THO IastnJctor. otto-Julrk kite aa4/.
Zapf, :Manager. you never of a kleptoma. Psos_ _Sllpeniior.
weeks' cruise the Letter Heads
two Keys.
all the a among
Open year. Note Heads niac stealing castor oiL F. KIDNER BEUE FLORA.L. Bakery Goods and

lint Boy (the day after the Fourth-Ain't Temple Burton, who has been workbag StatementsBllSiness That those who fail in the Klondike R. R. FRA'ZIEBL -. ."SBperrisor.Instructor.

I In luck at Miami the past two months,came Cants will never get home to tell about it Family Groceries
Second amaied Lock!
Boy ( )- BISCAtME.CUTLER. .
First Boy-Yen! Now.I can't have my fare up Saturday with his brother. ,Captain Bill Heads That the 'coon and the 'possum E. ....My 5
cropsare Instructs
and hand washed nor my hair combed till Bill.
tht e 'ere boras all get ,.ell.-Puck.: I And all kinds of Fire Stationery nearly ripe. -- Soperrbor Goods delivered free*t+s a

CapL Fritz Wnthricb. who has been Are You Supplied ? =,z That a warship in the dry dock is ADDIE of the City or at ran the
No need to send from home for LEE DAMON __
.Instrnetor
away keeping ship the dredge Chester since worth two on the sea. rnst
on ill priers Oim
,
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild "!!Supervisor
you one as fine or as cheap as yon being laid op here, left this morning on That there is no telling the shape of a MIAMI, Goods First-Class and FrcJ'--ha

wan*. See him, and place your\ prde1, the t u g Dwmj for the bead of tie Subscribe for THE SVY, Ran that a $ack coat coyer?, lDA F.YERRITT_ .Principal prices paid for conalry p--; ;

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