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: April 28, 1898
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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PERSONAL PICKINGS. friends expect to be here and occupy it HERE AND THERE. 1 CORRESPONDENCE. soem to take hold of work with his ac- TOWN TOPICS.

A' -the Spaniards to the contrary not- 4 "" customed avidity. J -
People:>> as'They Come and Go-People withstanding. Scraps of News About This and That 'arresting Items Gathered by Our Local Happenings From Our .fv'oto
1 Supt. E. B.. King of the I 0. T. Co,
You May or May Not Know. and Different Things. I Scribes Throughout'the County.f Book and From Other Sources.
made business has been from home almost contin- .
Dr. W. S. Graham a ._-_. away .- < "
trip from Miami to this metropolis last ously cf late looking after telegraph
Mrs. U. D. Eendrickson, of Lake The F. E. C. Ry pay car was around HYPOLUXO HAPPENINGS. The Home Guard are,meeting for.drill
Saturday. lines and matters down at West Palm
Worth, was visiting in town Tuesday. last Thursday. -- three times,a.week regularly<1 .don
Beach and Miami. '
County Attorney R. R. Taylor was up The Island people are through shipping first rate. "
Mrs; Robt. Moore, of Palm Beach; Jamie Clark's yacht Providencia was

was. oyer to town on business Tuesday. i from Miami last Saturday on legal busi- hauled out and pat in summer quarters.If for this season. Peter Larsen's pineapples are comingout Between building, horseflies, war news
ness in this vicinity better than he expected they would "

Capt K. N. Dimick paid a visit to Miss Belle Earnest who has been with rain always follows a battle Owe are Capt. C. W Pierce was here. oae day right after the freeze but he says that isnot and mosquitoes most of our- citizens" .". .4

Boynton the latter part of last week, longing for a fight-it's too dry to talk week on business. manage to keep busy.
the reason he has such back
last a sore
principally on business Mrs. Floyd the past season, left for ,her now.

home at Lantana Monday, ..Tntnotn. still an fiv car loads. .&tntti.. ....._ prosperity never makes him teel sore. Considerable alterations are being
AV* hw-*9 -
Some fine cucumbers from Juno and a iDbcinari: I made at the postoffice which you will all
Leo and Chas. A.
Capt. Vogel
Spencer left for
Commodore C. 1. Clarke, after seeing few from Neptune were in the market er car It is rumored that our late schoolmarm
U. S. Ste mboaf"Inspectors. see when you go to get your mail.
that his fleet was well housed and
every- this will be back here next season but
here last Thursday on business. thing ship-shape for the Summer, left H. D. Pierce made one of his seldom
whether as teacher of our public schoolor still the order of
Improvements are
for his littsburgh home last Tuesdaymorning The prospects are said to be good fora visits to Palm Beach Saturday.J. in has
as a private family
Judge A. J, Lewis of Ft, Pierce spent governess be dav and co prospective danger from
to be opened down at Pompano -
the past week in town oc a visit to his soon. M.,Harper was at Palm Beach Saturday not been stated; the symptoms seem to Spanish guns can stop the march of, improvements -

daughter, Mrs. Frank B. Everett, Miss Leila Anthony who taught spending his extra change. point to the latter. "

4 school up at Georgiana last Wintej is A few pines of this seasons crop are -- -- -
The Seminole cigar factory has abut.
Messrs Russell Miller and Kay arrived now at her father's, Capt. J, R. Antho beginning to make their appearance in 4n occasional soliciting agent appears MANGOS MUTTERtNGS.mow down temporarily owing to the'absence

back from their Hillsboro River ny's, in this city where she expects to the market. among us, but it is not necessary. ,-- .
outs foreman. Joha Omweg'whoVhM
trip. They left the all there the Summer. .
country spend Lieut. J. P. Mckenna is still shippinga ;
War vessels are passing here quite fre- L. C. Oliver, of}Miami aid owner of few Sue tomatoes from his East. Side gone to Miami. _

Miss Clara Cadby, a sister of Mrs. J, H Rev. A. M. Fontaine came up Saturday quently now, one or more being seen the "Lof thus" was here this week. place. E. H. Dimicks drug store is now. in, ,

Brelsford with whom she has been to officiate at the funeral of the nearly every day all flying the U.. S. I nil runnicg order in its new location,

spending the winter left for her homein Majewski boy and held morning mass at flag, however. Our shipping season is about at its I Tutor Arthur Judson came up from It looks natural to see it back on its''old

Brooklyn N Y., last week. St-Ann's Sunday He expects to be located -, The big guns for the fortification at height and we have the greatest yield Figulns last Sunday to look at some land corner once more. t '

at Miami permanently for the Miami passed through here on Sunday we ever had at his place. back on the Ridge.A. .

Smoky Joe who killed Charles Sawyer Summer and left for there Monday night this time The foundation for the' Southern.
night's freight so by we trusts
at Miami little week 1, E. Parker representing the Stand- E. Knowles is his work 'about
a over a ago oar friends down on the Bay feel a little < through as Methodist church iu this city k .
was caught and brought up by the sher- JH. Parker, who has charge of the safer. ard Oil Co., took a pleasant trip down sailor for 0. P. Bingham and home again finished! and work on the building track

iff and lodged in Juno jail the latter part Standard Oil Co's interests in this State here on the launch Victor Saturday.We and fixing up his place. will soon be under way.

of last week has been down here for about a week The Florida State Medical Association

.. looking after things in general and' oil met in Jacksonville Tuesday and the do not hear as much of the war Miss Alice Marx, a daughter of Clayton The meeting of the Dade County Democratic -

E. A. Dawkins formerly proprietorof matters in particular and incidentally Florida Stale Association of Railway I since volunteers have been called for asbefore Marx, one of Chicago's prominent Executive Committee which Was

the Bicycle Hospital having sold out his his arduous t though we have some who citizens is of to have been held here to-morrow; : Has
benefiting health which Surgeons met in the same City. the day 'I may a guest, .Ex-Mayor, Geo.,Br "0

'- to Goo. S._ Adams..,,left last week for labors at other points had somewhat seriously before. ___. ..i."* ,." e'd' .go, but if_50,.tl\el.ei. it secret._,. Swift.. ."....,. ;. ,. been postponed indefinitely.V
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Chattanooga fenn., where be will go into demoralized.E. i -' ""<.'.'.-: ._. --- Wi1.lI1en.Whilldln is having the"fonn.
The unusually"dry weather that has Mrs.'M E. Spencer and children left "
the same kind of business.
I Capt. Yaile was here taking a survey dations laid for another bin'ding, tliif
.Q' .H. Hart, the originator and introducer prevailed nearly all over the State this Monday: for a visit to her sister, Mrs. ]. side
of the "Lofthus" to ascertain the time OH one of the lots on the east
Dr. H. C, Hood, Hon. E. N. Dimick of Hart's Early, or Tardiff Spring has caused much more actual J. White, at Rockledge, Capt Spencer
chances of raising her. He said ,he did of Narcissus Street, opposite his row of
and Geo W, Lainhart spent several days orange, and Hart's Choice Banana, and loss to vegetaole growers than the freeze king them down in the Night Hawk.
hot see why she Could not be raised after new stores.
last week on their orange plantations up probably the leading horticulturist in the last Winter. the lumber is off. _

near Jupiter. They report the trees as State, died last week. His loss will be The vegetable season is drawing to a H. Hanong, having been engaged by Frank Cortrjgbt. has been appointed

doing fairly well considering the dry felt the not of Mayor Swift to take charge of his East of the Electric Light Co. and
by orange growers, only close the shipments from this point hav- Capt. E. N. Dimick and family and T. manager
weather.Dr. this State, but of California and by the ing lessened materially although quite a T. Reese and family were here last Side place for the summer moved over will hereafter have full 'charge of'the
horticulturists all the South. there with his family this week and entered He demands for more
H. C. Hood's mother, Mrs. R. over few crates are still being forwarded week. We were glad to see the Cap his duties. plant. reports
tain' upon lights, which he will put up as soon as
nearly day. s smiling countenance, though we
Hood who spent the winter with him at every .
Geo went to Juno Monday
Zaph up hadn't much time he can get them from the manufactory.
to talk to him.
Palm Beach has left for her home in with his launch Seminole having a load The steamer Denny passed up the The schooner Siren was hauled out on

Ft. Wayne, Ind., much improved in of lumber and other material on board Lake last week with the dredge Chesterin the ways at the point last Thursday fora Geo. S. Adams, h.avil1grented' the store

health by her residence in our genial with which be intends to have his house tow, bound for Jupiter, where the W. L. Barber Tar Heel of eighteen : thorough overhauling and repairing adjoining his market,has.had an opening

climate.G. celled on the second floor and lath and Chester is to have a new boiler put in summers, has accepted a position withJ. and having: received it is again in the cut between the two and will mOTe

i plastered below and also build packing and be thoroughly overhauled.The M. Harper for the rest of the shippingseason water and ready to go turtling.Jas. Dr. Whitehurst and the Bicycle Hospital
Butler Smith who has been in
this thus bringing''bls
into extra
I then he will return to his home store
charge of the Ormocd Hotel at Ormond house down by the Canal and a tram Grand Lodge of the Knights of at Wadesboro N. C. Will is a bustler. McFarlane has hi.i windmill and two businesses together so they can be
it. Geo.
road Lawereuce
went south on last Friday night's train leading to Pythias will meet in Jacksonville next tank up and irrigating plant in full under his immediate supervision.

bound for Key West where he goes to went along to do the carpenter work and week Thursday May S. It is probablethe working order now and will be able to
remains there but Geo. returned John F. 3riffith left for His old homein Services at the
Zaph next Sunday Congregational
take charge of the Flagler hotel in that : representative of the K. of P. Lodgein keep his fine place in much better condition
with the Seminole that same evening. Illinois. John is a hardworking boy Church as usual. Sunday School
place as manager for the summer. this city will be present and add his than it ever was before, and but
and one you don't meet every day. at 10 a..m.; preaching and communion
eclat to the occasion.It .
Frederick Evert and wife anived in Robert Hegen formerly over at the After spending four years in Florida he ie-v looked nicer even then. service at II a. m.; Christian Endeavorat

their.launch Truant from their cruise np Royal Poinciana but lately in charge of is reported that, as soon as the guns has decided to try the country. of his The canning assured 6:to, subject-"Little Ways ofvBetter-

the Indian River last Thursday and took the Royal Palm grounds at Miami was 'are in place at Miami work will be be- younger days. fact now, the contract factory having is an been already ing the,V.'orld.-PhiJ.. 2: u.16. Luke, 4:

married at that place Thursday eveningto gun on a fortification over at Palm Beach 16. It will be a Consecration Service.Evening .
. quarters at the Se-iinole. The Truant Whitam .
up Harry left for his home in let to Geo. W. Lainhart to put up ..
Miss Mary Keough the former steward and a couple of big sent here.
guns worship at
was hauled out Tuesday and put in I. Maine last Wednesday after spending the building which will be one story 7:30.
*ss of the Steamship Miami, at the, Whether this is mere rumor, or fact, wehave
summer quarters at A. T. Rose's boatyard nearly two years here with his uncle, high thirty feet wide by one hundredand J. C. Lanther: has moved another: pf
Catholic parsonage, by Rev. A. M., Ion been unable, as yet, to find out.
and Mr. Evert and wife left for Fred. C. Voss. Harry is a quiet, sober fifty long and twelve feet high and his buildings to the corner of Banyanand
tain and left Friday morning for New
their northern home yesterday morning.Bert It is claimed that since the F. E. C. hardworking, young man of strictest set on posts four feet above the ground.It Poinsetta streets and set it .up adjoining
York in which vicinity they will spend
Ry put a station at Little River there integrity and liked by all who knew will be put up on the Lake Worth the one already there. As soon
'of this who is honeymoon. Mr. Hegen's
Yarborough, city, malty have been over 100,000 crates of veget- him. We wish him a long and happy Fruit Co's. land just west of the railroad as they can be put in proper conditionone ,
a member of the St. Augustine Militia friends here join with us in best wishes life.
ables shipped from that point for all of track and switch, and south of the plat-: will be occupied as a blacksmith

Company has received orders from hisC ; to the happy couple. which the growers have received- .- remunerative .. .fnrtn. and r\rbino house that are.",1r..fu........ cfinn.. an A ttio ritViAr a : a sfiru* rprvairincr' '
n-------n.------------- lake the y -
tnmandin& officer to hold himself in all crops as a whole, we have e t'0
readiness to respond to telegraphic orders I John Omweg who opened the first prices averaging, probably) over a by far the largest yield we ever had and there. It is to be equipped with the shop-in other words, shoeing for both:
in dollar a crate net, and yet some folks latest improved machinery and com man and beast will be done there.
to join his company on receip of cigar factory ever started town way the lowest prices at this season of the
\ still claim there is no money in veget- pleted in time to handle this -1.
such notice and the necessary transportation -' back in 1893 and who has been here ever year. Probably the, abundant yield will crop. S

since leaves for Miami where ables.A .... I. 0. 0, Annlvarsary.
as they expect to be shortly Saturday I make good what we have heretofore received --- .., ,

called on for duty he goes to build himself n residence on party who was bargaining for a in good prices through April but Last Thursday a party of boys from

a lot that he owns in that town aud also to mule in southwest Georgia asked the we hope yet to get better prices, as we this city were in bathing down at Cabbage The Odd Fellows of this city celebrated -

John and Lewis, the sons of Commo- look after a piece of land that be owns youth who owned the mule: "Is he a have been informed by a gentleman just Island and one of them getting into the seventy-ninth anniversary cf the

modore C. J, Clarke, who have spent a up the Miami river. His wife goes with good lively creature?" "I reckon he from the West Coast that there were deep water and not being able to establishment of their order in this

good portion of the winter at their fath i him and they expect to spend a part of I air," replied the young man." "He very few vegetables there to come into swim was drowned, the others probably country by a banquet at the Seminole

,t v crt fine East Side residence or cruising: the summer down. there and may remain I' kicked dad through a circus tent, broke competition with ours. We have the being too scared to help him. His name Tuesday nifcht. After the banquet the

on the East Coast, left last Thursday 'permanentlyt John4s v efh' ,known to uncle Bill's leg in two places and throwed land and the climate, and room for all. was Albert Majewski. the oldest son of commemoration exercises were gone

.. morning fcr their home in Pittsburgh, !i the most of our citizens.an'dSve all wish a preacher three times on a Sunday so do not let low prices keep you away A. Majewski, the baker at the Clematis I through with Rev.W. J. Cady, Chaplain ; .

Pa.; of course the Commodore is still him success eyed if the:. decides to go backon morning.-Ex. for if you do you will likely wait until it Avenue Supply Store who has been a I of the Order, being the orator pf the

here but his stay is a little uncertain for, us and locate elsewhere. is too late. -' resident of this city over three years evening. His discourse was principally

". as his services and that of his fleet are Raw eggs, milk and plenty of fruit ** The,boy was born in Bay City, Mich.. relative to the principles underlying the

at his country's disposal, they maybe I Graham W. King, of Ojus P.O", was are recommended for brain workers. JUPITER JOTTINGS.m' and was a little over eleven years of age. organization and was very instructiveand

called upon now at any time and then- up in thjs vicinity last 'week on busi The fruit corrects the bilious tendencyof The body was found near the west shoreof highly appreciated by those Who

well, we will wait till then anyway, before ness. The older residents. of Jupiter the milk and eggs-Ex. We are The.Signal Station.reports war vessels the lake by Alex.: Reddick Saturday heard it, being one of the best 'expositions ) -

we say, goodbye.' Commodore \I and on Lake Worth will\ probably remember ready to receive contributions of .ens going south almost every day and some- and wes buried from St Ann'e Church .of the object and aim of the' order

I'. him as a former member of the cows and banana and pineapple planta- times often Sunday afternoon, Rev. A. Fontaine, that any. of those present ever heard .be

Major N. S. Boynton has left Manala- !Jupiter Life Saving Crew. Alter leavingthat tions but, though think we are
you may from Miami officiate
to at
A Home Guard has been organized here coming up fore.After
pan Cottage at the foot of the Lake for : position he went down to his pres- rather bilious don't over tax the transportation the speech came ice cream and
the services. The funeral
and about all the men in this vicinity was a large
\.. his summer home in Port Huron Mich., \ ent location, secured a piece of land and facilities. cake and after that came music,several -
have joined and lots of the women one and was in charge of undertake
bat before leaving he contracted with I! went into raising vegetables. He is selections on mandolin and guitarby
j I wanted Geo Maltby. Mr and Mrs. Majewski
S. S. Linton for a hotel to be built on his well satisfied with the result so far and This, from an exchange seems to be a to. Mrs. Sirkin aud Mr. Branning. piano
wish us to return thanks to all the
land at Boynton south of the Lake The intends to still further increase his Acreage rather plain and strong temperance ser- The dredge Chester was brought; solos bv Mrs. Burkhardt and a number
up friends for the kindness shown them in
building is to be 42 x 54 feet, three another year. Up to the time he mon: "The fol1owing 'ad' o( a grocery here by the Steamer Denny last week to their affiiction. of pieces from Mr. Idner's redip1i !e.

stoties above the basement, a 12 foot. left home to come up here he had shipped firm of Kirksville, Mo., is a very good have the boiler put in her that came off Mr. Braaning also added to the spirit pf

veranda on the east side and an S foot' over 1400; crates of tomatoes for temperance sermon: A man who'drinks of the wrecked dredge Biscayne. Considerable interesting matter was evening by reading a fine poetical selection -

one on the other three sides. It which he had received good prices and two drams of whiskey per day for a year received too late for this issue but will on Cuba.

will' contain 2$ bedrooms, a kitchen' a !,t i he still had more to ship. Perhaps thereis and pays ten cents a drink for it, can Work is still progressing on Harry appear next week. If our correspond The banquet was gotten op in the

dining room and numerous other necessities a moral to this tale if so we will have at our store 30 sacks. of flour, 220 DuBois' orange grove several more trees :[ ents dont see what they wrote in this edition Seminole's usual gocd style and was appreciated

and conveniences and it is to beready leave the reader to guess it-all we pounds of granulated sugar and 72 having been set out iu the past week and : look for it next week and send Us by all, and the whole evening
pounds of good cofiee for the same mon
for occupancy at an early} date this : have to say is to congratulate Mr.- Kingon ey and get $2.50 premium for' makingthe more ground cleated. Harry has rathera .more to add to it. Keep the correspondence was one of enjoyment and will, be long!

coming fall for then the Major and his his success. change in his. expenditure. lonesome look about the eyes and dont coming. remembered by.these who tooka partIi.


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I OCrDpicnI' has been marketed that will be this ficient in the school of the soldier,

r iton. of movement is not the
season, ;or, thou vegetables! are but accuracy

still plentiful the market prices have most essential quality requisite to f '&

fallen so low it will not pay the success. The motive is everything

GUY. I. METCALF. EDITOR. growers to shin- and take thechances and if the protection of our homes New Goods a -

.. any longer. and families w not a 8utfichnt'inten.- Spring

4 MEMBER The facts in regard to the vegetable tie to put np a. brave fight, we do ,

florida Press Association. crop are, that right after the not deserve to have any. . . . . . -

AFFILIATED WITH freeze most of the growers went to The ill-disciplined ranks of the Cuban .

.!. National Editorial Association. work and replanted without any loss insurgents in their mode of -* Koto Furchgott & CO.TTTTTTTTTTTT'T.T.T.

: of time and at acostge.nernlly. from fighting have proved more than a ,

I S SUBS $G to $10 an acre, and, by taking match for the trained! soldiers of _
good care of their plants they have Their tactics in of and House toe State, have m
ODe Tear In a Six Months,In advance...__._ _|1.0O actually raised a larger crop of as service, would be ours. The extended stock, and are daily! receiving large quantities of New Spring Goods, including Checked Foreign Nainsooks Prints

Thr Months la advance.........__ roC} fine, if not finer vegetables: than order or skirmish warfare ,- Hosiery Dress Goods, Notions, Silks, Laces Organdies Embroideries, Fancy Wash, Straw Goods Hats,, Etc.White, which India are Linens.offered now at our Popular, Low,

was ever raised in Dade County before places the skilled and; unskilled almost Prices A large quantity of goods are imported direct by us, such as Silks, Dress Goods, Linens, Hosiery

: FC1LI8HKD, EVEBT THCRSPAT AT WEST FILM and the most of them made on equal footing. In that and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application.
BEACH.DADECO7XTT, FLORIDA.CXTB2.ED To our Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and complete line of Spring Goods at as low pwes as '
: more clear money than they e\"erdid much.is left to the individual actionof any house In the United Stales. Liberal Terms and the usual Cash Discounts offered. We- solicit the >

on any previous crop. the participant in which brave patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring them that we shall give them very lowest possible

AT THE! POST OFFICE IX WEST PALM One reason for this tremendously hearts and cod) heads win the day. prices. ,
ZAeR A3 SECOND-CLASS MATTEJUPioneer 'T. y yTTTT Y T T T' TTT Y > > T T rTTyTT > ffy'' > * T TjyTTyT' T T T TTT T T T T T-
satisfactory result was that the Our request' for permissioa to drill .

growers, knowing that they had no and bear arms has been authorized We are showing a large and elegant line of ClothingtGents' Furnishings
Paper of DsJe Count and the Oldest A
} Curtains Trunks
,, Publication on the Rut Coat of time to spare in getting their vegetables \y Mayor ,Gruber and is now in the Carpets, Matting! Window Shades, Lace ,

j Florida between Tituoriile ready for the earliest markets, hands of the Governor. The State's Etc., at Low Prices.

I and Key W Bt. took all known means to force the Chief of Ordinance will be here in a .m .

'4 plants, keep, them in the best condition few days to see about supplying: us TTTTTTI.... : :; fk
: Bet AdvertisingMedia the
of Florid! ra on xjist Coast and raise as fine vegetablesand with arms and accoutrements. "Kohn Furchgott & Co.

I in as short a time as possible, and Citizens! who have not done so are

v* they suclE'd d. i invited to sign the membership roll ., ; Jacksonville Fla. f
Another is that all 10-2197
reason vegetables before his arrival so that we may obtain ., .
what known ,' <
1 or are as such, seem to -.
north of this section were killed full equipmnnt. -
do the best in this a
I especially and as this section! will mature a Comrades, turn out and drill. An 1 .
.tbft Plymouth Rocks and the Wjandotte crop quicker than portion of the geaegoicggaqfll ,<.s-.....!. -,... 7".' ..Ar .!.: ... "
any i instructor can be found every evening ... .. ; 'v ,: -.. _
: "'" State north of here, that gave our i in the week at. or near Lauther's

MORE has growers the advantage when all had Hall for that purpose. Every Saturday .
MONEY to the
gone to !start even our climate enabling afternoon from four to D
Klondike so far. it is elainvd, in the seven E GRUBER .ER HARDWARE
: shape of remittances than has come rlek them'. to win every time in such a will be devoted to company drill. Be IK..

i : sure, if possible, to be on hand at
from there
up to the present time.
Had it, not been for the freeze. the
: In the tbape: of golI.L that that time. and
probabilities were vegetables ENOCH ROOT, Crockery

""" would have been shipped from numerous Capt. Lake Worth Home Guard* .

IN SOME PORTIONS of Abysinia the points elsewhere in the State N\ -..1;: Glassware Lamps and Lanterns.

: men mark the ears of their to northern markets nearly if not .
womenvery INTERESTING LETTERS.In ___,'_____'. All Kinds of Boat Coods. I
much the same as Florida quite as soon us from this section, \J
Stoves,Tinware Doors,Sub and Bilo Crackers mark their hogs, but the which would have had a tendency to last week's issue we gave our ,
All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Good
women seem to bare' I less rights there make prices less and to lower them readers the first installment of a series t r
$ Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene OO stoftLHarrison
than the hogs do in some parti oft sooner to the injury of both our own i of letters written from and descriptive Bros..' Ready Mixed Paints.

Florida. growers and those elsewhere. of, different sections of this -- --- OXTsOl Orders Given. 3Pxozzapt .A-tteatloa 11-1-97

""" The fact seems to be apparent that State by Editor ilacArthur, of the .

I USE LEMOX GROWER in Corona CalM the freeze was eventually of more Troy (N Y.) Northern Budget, and

picked eighteen hundred boxes) of I IL benefit than injury to our vegetable published in that paper. The letter PROFESSIONAL CARDS I LEGAL NOTICES.

lemons from six acres of five jear growers, and from what we can learn, in last week's SUN was descriptive of ,

: old trees. It is strange that morn such seems to have proved to be the Palm Beach and its many. attractions \v. I. METCALF I"I %fOTlCE OF APPLICATION FOB FCrAI. ,>- -

II lemons are not raised here for they caw in every previous freeze and the and of our climate and some 'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .l.' DISCHARGE. ,::,

seem to graw readily and would t two reasons mentioned above are I of its peculiarities. The one we pub NOTARY PUBLIC. Notice is hereby given that Six Mouth after

F suivljr be proD ta Me. said to be the causes of it. lish this week is descriptive of Tam. this date I shall apply to the Couatr Judge e?
Will in
practice County,State and Federal! KNOW I II Dade
.- Tliere is a possibility thatfor these Courts. County Florida,for final discharge frcm
'- from there to West
pa a trip Key LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. the administration of the Estate of William B.Parkin .

-F THE VALUE of l bees in fruit ra'singwas ; same reasons, or eorar very eirnilar,, and of the latter city.. Office mTuoPKHL SUN Block, I ,late of Dade County deceased.

demonstrated by the Agricultural tlieromay be chance of this season's I Editor MacArthur is a highly- educated West Palm Beach, Dade County lorida. I That the j.. I, KATE B.Administratrix PARKIS, -

-T Experiment Station at Lake pineapple crop proving more remunerative and intelligent man. a close GEORGE M. ROBUI5S. WALTER S. GRAHAM. West Palm Beach Fla.,February,.. I5$ -

Ir : City by giving the bees fw nccet-s tome than is now anticipated, and it observer and a lucid and interesting I{OBB1NS & GKAUAM CO.. EQnitablo Lifo rI r -

t peach tree and rendering an adjoining is hoped that such may prove to be writer, so a perusal of his lettprti'wiHbe ]} O HERIFFS SALE.

I tree inaccessible to them. the case, but between now and July a treat to our citizens and both ATTORNEYS LAW, I -i

-I The first tree set aud matured its; i is a longtime and it is best not to entertaining and instructive to thoseof Federal Will practice special in facilities all the fur courts examining State and and Notice Is hereby given that by virtse of .a

be too sanguine but' patiently wait I perfecting; land titles. of Now York I execution Issued oat of the Court ef -
1 fruit properly but tile ..,CODe) tree, our readers who have never visit We have cloned our West Palm Beach office
till then Any business from the Lake Worth : Dade County Florida In attachment proceeding
I to find out, taking the best srction or
although it get its fruit, shed it all ed this State. As we have several northern part of Dade Courty should be re : therein pending, wherein George

t at or before the tim for the stone to of care of the pines and piaying for more of his letters we will continue and ferred will either receive to our proper Titusville attention.(.r Miami oftce, Wrote Over$15ooooooo.oo : I Gale is plaintiff and W. S. Union la defendant :

form. This proves that bees are use< rain between times. the publication of them us fast!:! as Titusville,Brevard County. and illanii Dade ,I shall, on the
County, Florida. 10-21-97 2nd Day of Hay, A. D. 1898
i ful in the polleiiizution of fruit l Illos. our space will permit, for the benefitof I I the same betas the first Monday In the moats,

: eom*. HOME DEFENSE.Editor our readers. PRANK:W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL. i I and a legal sale daybetween the boars of 11c'dock -
-- -.--- -- a m. and 2 o'clock
New in the afttrnooa,cf
--- --- & CAMPBELL Insurance '
TROPICAL SCN:, pOPE !; fer for sale to the h gheat bidder,for tub.be.I -
A is
FORT being built at Miami J
] This Date In
While! History-April 22. I fore the door of the Court House of Dade Cow
several big guns are to lib ntI t tI there is no great cause for 1707 A FTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS A T LAW..bast During 1 !!ity,At Juno. Florida, the described
i, .t... ._ I._ __,__.., '. s __hptn. of an in\"A!<.inn KIT th. Qn.oJ. .-,...Eenry.... .ft.._.."... Fielding____.. drama-. .?f* ..... i npn"' .._ ._ _. following
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'Ut'lV 'u iHjinuuiueu in it lor the : .1 'pnUIi3U uuveiiait ix>rn; LII. j5ity ;street: } 'I' tvrwic;
protection regular; force: their died 1754. 1897. I One (1) Horse One _
of that town and its people.! yet clinging to 1724-Immanuel Kant German 891.CKSOSYILLE:: FLORIDA. ( Wagon (1)Sing Hf- -
i ness Four
(4) Potato
II Forks One (1) Weed
A, privateering as a means of warfarA philosopher born; died
j we have larger better Hw,One
and ,
mote 1804.!:! I (1 Srytho and Snath.One '1) Ho .
r valuable hotels up here and 1 almost causes a feeling of uneasiness that is 1715-Lindley Murray noted rr c. hOOD, l\1. D.. One(1)Cultivator Two (2)) Mattresses, Owtl _-:____
beet grammarian,born in Has Now ) Plow. One(J)Shovel r
allayed by binding ourselves together Swan- I MOWV One(1)Lteat
t: I a* good a town and people, the government tarn, Pa.; died 1835. 4J \ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Harness,One (1) Powder Gun, One(1) Fork
ought also to send armed defense. Such organizations 1791 Jamea Buchanan fifteenth Insurance One 11] Sprinkler One
us a gun Office and Life in HJ Shovel Out II]
president of the near: Royal Point iana
I being noised abroad Packing House
or two to I e mounted over on the United States, born: died GEN. BEALE. Hotel, 1'ALSl BEACH. 12-1-97 ;
beach would. ia itself, tend to protection. 1S68./! .Forceof I, Also all the right, title and interest la law
ridge, which i is an already : On the other hand I 1815-Andrew Gregg Curtin, famous war governor and in equity, of ssid W. 8, Unton la and to
made earthwork of unlimited (>X- a defenseless of Pennsylvania born in Center E. 'Y. PUGH 31. D., Over the Mo! wing described real estate, to-wit:
tent.' Possibly it i is condition, convenience for landing, county, Pa.; died 1894. I The East hall of the Northwest Quarter and
(presumed that 1822-The Turks massacred the Greeks in the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. the East! Half of the 'uotbwel and
vicinage! : of the West Indies nud isolation Quarter
island .
Home of&io.LS8Gtmora1
our Guards
are sufficient( for 950000000.00; the East Fractional Half of Section 1 6, all ia
William Office in rear of Dinner's! :
from base of military Dwight.a veteranof Drug Store.
I our own jrotection1nnI with a. big I operation the Federal army died in Boston; born Rl'8ldenceWhit Mde of Olive Street, 3Doors Township 40 South, Range 43 East Dade
might) prove a temptation to in Springfield 1SU. Admiral Charles Stewart South of Clematis Avenue. County,Florida.
gun or two. And Has
tbe.prolJahls would
some band of marauder that would Boggs died in New Brunswick, N J.; 3-26.9 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. K.J. CHILLING WOSTO,
If Uncle
Sam born
will only send us a : 1S1L Sheriff of Dade eoaat1.
seek to pillage and plunder under 1891-The czar proclaimed the expulsion of a \r. I. METCALF.Attorney .
big :gun: or two we will take care of Jews from Moscow. D B. POTTEIM.D.
for Plaintiff.
March Si
the .
protection of a letter of
ourselves and let him take care of marque 1893-General Edward Fitzgerald Beale. a Un lit Surplus
Minmi.'I from the Spanish :government ion veteran and ex-United States minister
to Austria, died in Washington; born 1822. 3-23-93 PALM BEACH FLA .
Hut one says: \o danger, and if Ifi96-General Noah L. Jeffries, a Federal veteran Over NOTICE OP CONTEST. :

'I DID THE FREEZE HURT? there wa .the United States ou!rht to tlT....1.:_and_*_a_,lawyer, of- distinction died in eI1Yr'iIt.... ......... I
-o--- -- n= WgUI1; cornSteele 1 & .A. $48.000.000. u.s.LUD OFFICE AT GJUXESVILLC._ FUL.I
send force for J. .
a protection. 1Sr.-William - ,
lit ; Holman noted Indiana [ Marcus, IIiU\!
I L t winter's freeze nearly or entirely It i is true that the danger is vey I congressman li2.:! died in Washington; born DEN Tl8 T. I flY Complaint Brl"Cow hAving WIIIUIRIIi been agaiBttt catered at'.ftIB"this office A.
killed all Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Bard for aband.inlng bLJ llowetteul
tenderivpgftablea Eatry
slight so little to be
; as to Local Anaesthetic used in Extraction Nu. 23,77?. dated s.eIJtPlabt>r3, I'U oI iI .
and nipped pineapples more or 1 less amount to an almost impossiblecontingency. This Date In History-April 23. of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yIn h;"r SW!<. Scc.84Tp 4u&satofW.!
Teeth Fxtracted 'clioo 3, ..
unless 1697 Without Pain. owDHblp 41 South Uaajte .2 E 4.
they were protected; by hheds Still the unlooked for George Lord Anson, famous British. nan OFFICE-Ith Door from Cor Clematis Ave. I in 'eCounty' .'lo.ltJa.Tltb a view to ta-
or growing; up on the high ridge might happen In event it IS1-Stepheu gator. born Arnold: died Douglas 1702.: 7-2-OG WEST and Olive St. the World cancelUtio.htrtlJl or saul entry the.saul arti ar.
any would statesman,born PALM HEACH. FLORIDA.I SIIIII Rlone" to al'l|Har i t Juun Klunda.
vest of the railroad In a f..w inetauces be A very unwise policy for the 1S84 in Brandon. Vt.; died 1S6L before the Coinit; Ju -
f wj>ecially iu thewu-e of old I If un'uer existing circumstances government road Channcey manager;, Mitchell, orator Depew and humorist lawyer,,born rail- DANIEL, Any One Cojitemplat i at 10 o'clock 9th.\.Day 31. of May, 189,
in Pet'kskilJ N. Y. U. I resp.n.L| an*! faraiah l's.
I fields that had borne fruit. for threeor to its tIrn4nyconcerna* .iai.I alltg.4! aloixioumefct.
extend energy fendingsoldiers -William Wordsworth poet died at Ry! DENTIST ing Insuring HisorilerLije lhacaerjl1bheaJag UU ufih May JS

-n....N.more> 1n yettra._1 ",,_.,:_tome.I.,.. of the plants : needed for grand military- 1 dal:I. Mount Westmorland, England, aged I ,"''IIf'H'''...''' .. h'fvni.......a..t.! .IJttTt.fl.0&0 "" .... 1 r..Vu.u,:nr.... .l-m..II.' .u _.. I TT' Ij I l84..-V,.fln.Tr..a-- --u.. ......:......"&,.J.. "u.U""...'.;.BAltCO 11"0-:___. lteIsleF.-.. ...
.vU'.Ut"I.. operations, to guard small towns of 1&2-General Solomon Van Eensselaer died '
I ,
As to the born 174.1872Alexander -
pineapples, nothing can no htragetic importance.
be said not Robinson, chief of the Potta- "TAJ..LACE R. MOSES, Should Write to the ;
( cet1 except that: nil not killed/ asked) for nor expected. \vctomie; Indians, died, aged 100. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
i If have Lweu & -Jesso B. Seligman, noted banker of Successor to A.
growing New W. Robcrt
ever Undersigned.
as fiit .\ for ;
navy, has work York city. died at Coronado ranch. Cali- : LAND OFFICE AT CAI.XFSVILLK:, FLA",
t as the dry weather will let them and enorgh: on hand when considerit fornia.l&J6George. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, I APril II. """*' }
we Notice
Munro, the publisher, died Agent: for West Palm Beach Town Lots,' also i is hereby giiea that the foJI.wi.Jt-
at least at
proliubly named
ninety per cent., if .ize and the immense lina of! seacoast Pine Hill N. f.; born lS2 Ezra Bemnan West Palm Beach Water Works I iI make final settles has nle.1 notice of hi. Intention tG
not mitre of the plants that would to watch, Cuba to blockade.ffpn8i"e Newton, a veteran Shaker, died at Ear Cleir.atb NOTARY Avenue near PUBLIC.Olive Street. COUPON. : that Mid proof pi-noHn will.nprx.rt be made 01 before hk claim.Ckr Cir n4
have fruited if there had been no \ 1897-vard Violent, Mass.; born 1795. I 5-21-97 West Palm Be'ich, Florida.I. i,. :1 cuit Court at Juno Ha. on May aS, i"$a, ria:
: freeze have : { operations against the life in the'Leeward earthquakes with hea'Vylosi of PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager I Edley Jackson Davis, ofSewall't Point
set fruit that. i is now of Island islands. Major T. E. !
Phillipine and 1-1a.
the *
protectionof Breckenridge, noted l1' 23.7\30! for tbe t01 SeC. Tp.s1 5-.
western Uy METCALF *
pioneer, died The
fair size and getting along towards our commercial interests in all in Hannibal :Ma; born 1325. G Equitable Life of X.Y., U He 43.1 Dames:.aU11 Lot 5. Hee. 15.Tp. 38 Clt.. K-
the following
witii to
!tes prort
maturity. As to what the returns parts of the world. NOTARY PUBLICFor Jacksonville, Florida. fsc9Jinnreadwice upon and cultiv tk*
will be from this /season's When a man takes to drlnk.it i 18 not the State of Florida o W. R.land W .u:
it strange at Large. aJk .
crop Then again, we have the materialfor I er' ?P'.of 8ewaU' Poiut. Fla.
would be almost foolishness that hid affairs out of sympathy go Into liq- Deeds, Mortgages Leases and Contracts would like to receive an ex- t w. n. waiter, Jr .. .. to
to prophesy ample protection against ,, thitnn. I. mJt he o' .
Rn : oston TraTi.ioi-tr.._ ... .. Drnfteri. -- 'YI -- Gomez. }1a.oJ
o--'--- **** ----- '-'--' ..
now for the will -7 Conveyanelng ampie oi your ISEYV POLICY U. Uullanii! "
crop not be H Speclaltv.
possible attack of
sea robbers right All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct 4-4 W. C. kOUlXSOS.lltaWcr.
ready to market More June and. here at home. No soldiers wanted FOR PUBLICATION. Office iu TROPICAL Sex Block. I adapted to my age.

July and what the condition of here from the NOTICE West Palm Beach Dade County: Florida. ,

L things will be then no on* pan tfll f and! ammunition o\"ernmE'ntonlyarms, the rest will be I.A.ND. OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE.April 25. ISQSi FL&.. I I was bora on the...........day of M. D. L. DODSON.

: From the look of the crop now it t looked aft r. Notice IH hereby given that the fOllowing- FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. I

can only be said it will I be U considerably Our Home Guard now numbers to that named make Raid settler final proof proof ha will* filed in be support made notice before 01 of his his cliim.Clerk intention Circuit and- UEES & BUTLER.- I .....................................18., ........

larger ami better on* than nearly one hutdred and forty men Court at Jnm. tla..oa June II,1B9S. %iz: SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Miami, Florid

I the growers thought: it would be from from among our best citizens. We Hd. Judqe B. Isler, of Neptune Flo., Lands legally Office at 8UDiae'l West Pnl-n Beach X a me........................................ -28-5.
I the looks of the plants the first few I 2J.S96. for the XEK of SEtf, Sec.20. Tp. 41 maps furnkhed.
are not Selecting and
ambitious to become dress 8.. R. 43 F.. grading lands locat gEMIXOLK BARBER SUOl.
days following! the freeze. He names the following witnesses to ing and estimating timber a specialty. Care-
parade soldiers, yet it is still important i continuous prove bis ful and correct work guaranteed. All A d .ess.
and cultivation eon: ......
The.vegetable crop can be referred that all said land,viz: upon of I munlcationa by mail receive prompt atten ................." D. M.GKACBIDEAC, Manager.
j should have some I H. }Fisher of Jupiter. }'la.A. tion. Maus and Blue Prints at LoweJ-t Pri ::
to, however with reasonable ces. WEST PALM BEACH. 10.21.97 FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAl, WORK
,_ accuracy experience in drilling. It takes E.M.Peterson Field.,of Juno... Fla.., FLA. 11-7-93 _
1; now, for about all:of the crop months of hard work to becomc 0.A. W oudru. : New rDltu -E1f'f'1tl1ll1lC seat

pro- 4:25 W. G.ROBlXSOJf, Regist r. Try THE SUN for Job Work. Subscribe for The Sun. Shop under Seminole and Hotel.Clean.

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Craig W.WatUwortb to Take Iranian sad
A. Bours & Maaage&estJacksonville
Hunter Abroad. Co. -
SERIES, MAY 1. Craig W. Wadsworth is.the latest re- Fku. '
,emit to join the rapidly growing American FELIX GARCIA, Prop. @ ,-

racing and bunting colony in Eng- and
Grain Garden Seeds Fertilizers.
Text of tbe Lesson Math. xxi,ft-10-Mem- '
land. Mr. Wadswcrtb will sail in
cry Venei,91 i-Golden Text,llftth.xxi, March to look over the ground, and in The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in ,.Florida.

,9.. -'_Commentary" by the BCT. D. 1L September will send over- the steeple- 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida. Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to atop at the Travelers. ,, 4zs'STATE
bttarnft.Copyrlsbt. chaser Iranian, together with Black-
thorne Polacraf and The With
[ ISS by D. M. steams.) Queen. 1s e Handle Only the Best and Moat Reliable Seeds A Complete Stock of 'r
the last three Mr. Wadsworth intends .
G. "And the disciples went and did as 'I.
Jesus commanded them." The time bad hunting nest winter from Melton, but Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat/ Grits Meal
como to fulfil tho prophecy of Zechariah, Iranian will be schooled by Charles Welshan
Chas1N :
quoted In the previous verse from Zoch.Ir Beattie, the well known gentleman : :
Seed Meal Both and Dark ,
U, and like all other fulfillments of jockey, for the Grand NationaLMr. I s r s s ,

prophecy, it shall be literally fulfilled! theKin Wadsworth was led to his deter- AT WHOLESALE _
: of Israel the meek and lowly One AGENT FOR-
mination to send Iranian abroad by an -
shall rldo upon an ass colt into Jerusalem. state Agents For Tygert-AHen Fertilizer Co.
offer of OOO which he received from
$2, ,
Thcro for the
Is time known to God ,
a set
Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis, Orange Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pure
fulfillment of every prediction and a sufficient some visiting Englishmen Soi Iranian, Uronid erne, Nitrate Soda iluriate of t'.tash, Sulphate Potash Kainit Etc '
rcaaon for all seeming delays. It was whom they wished to steeplechase in These Fertilizers have no Superior in the Market and a trial will convince., Longman & Martinez Paints
when the fullness of the time was come England. Mr.' Wadsworth thought thatif Send for Catalogue, frte. -A > 'io2897in .

that God sent forth Ills Son, made of a Iranian wad as good as that he would
woman made under the law, to redeem try the game himself. Melton bids fair Brick
them that were under the law(GaL iv, 4, to be an .American center next as Lime, Shingles,

ft). Everything concerning shall take Him and'at 1111gnnt the already C.Albert_Stevens, Stanley year Mortimer ,!" ""t"'r1'r1'r'r'i""r"r"f"r'1r"'r"r"" '; " " .
redemption place Cement and Coal Tar.
a Raoul Dnval W. C. Eustis
appointed time ,
7. "And brought the ass and the colt and a number of others have announced -r
and put on them their clothes and they their intention of hunting the ensuing F ---- -

set Him thereon." He bad told them togo winter.-New York Tribune. --- Agent'for Sickler's Peerless Cement-Plastere
,. .
into the Tillage, and as soon as they rrw. s rr r
entered it they would find a colt tied, 13 South,Hogan Jacksonville- Florida. lo.$ .97
which they were to loose and bring to 'Iii
hind It is written that they went their I T city wigat t MarKet t
vay'and found even as He had said unto Australian cricketers have won 'I

them (Mark xl, 2-4; Luke ill. 80-32), ). four matches from the visiting cricket 3 ,I ,:
The disciples did not have to hire a colt ers., -
and have It at the appointed place at the Captain Dibblee of the Harvard football a.-.. -rE -

appointed time. lie Himself arranged it team has applied to the athletic o. W. WEYBREGH
all When a king was to bo provided for Ru"a r
committee for trainer for the :
a new :
Israel. Samuel did not have to wonder ,, ,
eleven in place of Mr. J. C. Lathrop. rP
what kind of a man would do and then ';: "'
scour the country to find him. but the Morrow Chamberlain 1000 of Chat --- Dealer in Hardware,

I Lord said "I will send thee a man and tanooga has been elected captain of the ..... : : DEALER IN : : =-3
thou Shalt anoint him" (1 Sam.::) U. 16) Lebigh university football eleven to Photo, Steam and Gas Filler, Mixed Paints
8. "And a very great multitude spread Florida and Western Meats .
succeed James C. Holderness who has
their garments In the way, Others cut left college.F. .... Tin, Copper, and Sheet .iron.WOiL
down branches
from the trees and strewed
them In the way" Not only their garments E. Bacon, the great English runner E Armour's Star Hams, Bacon

on the colt but also on tho groundto has agreed to run three matches for -
Tin AgateWare
Dealer in Pumps. Pipe Fittings and General Supplies Ware
Lonor Him. Tho whole is most and Bologna Tripe and Pig'sFeet '
one, two and three miles with G. B. and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
sup jtt' >tivo in a very practical way for I Tinder of Dublin the events to take .
thoA\vho have to see and ears to
eyes E Domestic Poultry Vani3
before 20.
I place May ,
hear In Job xl 12. man is compared to AGENT FOR THE AE \mTDa. CONSTRUCTOR of# IRRIGATION PLANTS
: a wild ass colt. This colt had never been' At the University of Michigan there '
subdued was found tied where two ways is a movement on foot to elect a graduate son and Wild Turkeys, Butter

met, was loosed and brought to Jesus and football manager to receive a salary -- --
and and :Full Line of Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly
Eggs a
Him became instrument
becoming subject to an who is to arrange for the games and 3
to carry Him itself hidden but direct the policy'of the team: -- Futnbhod. 1-31-tf.
Jesus Milted. :: Vegetables. .
U, "And the multitudes that went before Harry Cornish, manager of the Kn ick- r WEST IFJLEjM B E A.OF3. IE1 DOiR/ED.A.::
and' that followed cried saying: HoBanna erbocker Athletic club, deserves the -- ---

to the Son of David! Blessed is He credit for introducing relay races at indoor '"''''' ,, -.' ,'--
that coiueth in the namo of the Lord. Ho- meets and the present develop r-- ; --:

honna in the highest! Their cry takes us ment of this interesting feature is due -- --- FURNITUREHousehold
to ls. czviii, 23, 20, and verse; 14 of that -
psalm takes us to Isa. xl). 2, and back to to his foresight. EMail Orders from any Responsible ,3 Sewing Machines r
EIT, 2, and all carry us on to the fulfillment Richard Sheldon a brother of Yale's -- -..... rtI }
of our Lord's words in Math most famous broad jumper has left Parties in the County will RaE lxr Y i The Best Machine Made, Light Runningand

xxiil. Stt, when they should Indeed welcome Yale and entered Columbia university. -- .w Noiseless.- fc>

0.and receive Him In the words of Isa.xiv Sheldon entered Yale two years ago last : ceive Prompt Attention. 3 Sole Agents for the famous Wall Trunk.
fall and has been more or less prominent Mattresses made to order. A
10. "And when Ho was come unto Jerusalem -- a
in athletics during his at -
course Line ofFURNITUEE
all the ,city was moved, saying. -.... Complete
Who U this?" Or Weston says that itthould Yale. ..... r { '
be,"All the city was shaken" and English oarsmen are afraid that the ._ -
he rails attention to the same word in famous Henley race course may be -- r- of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices
ilath. xxvlU 61; xjriiU 4; Heb. ill 26. ruined by the encroachment of a new 5 A Specialty is Made of Supplying s .\; both Wholesale and Retail. Baby Carriages -

This last takes us back to Hag. li, 6, 7, Great Western railway line from Mar- .-... --- \ -;'.,. from $6.00 up to Jxuoa Go Carts
21, and onward to the time when lie will Refrigerators!, Ice Chests Etc.
Come in lower and .glory not on an ass low to that place. If the bill passes E Winter Cottagers,Yachts, Private :: \j// We have a ,consignment of Oak Diners

colt, but as a man of41' upon the white through parliament it means goodby to .=...=. ::: and Reed Rockers that will be sold very
iV\ hon-n followed by all the armies of heaven the noted meeting place of seaUers.r == Cars_ ,and Parties.:: ,< .1L4-: =-= a li low. We handle the'"famous Cleveland
and Rambler OICICL r. ,
( lit 11-10) -- ,. :.,:
i 1 L'*'And too multitude said This Is BITS ABOUT THE BOXERS.Kid -: --- /J I Esl'ecialatteotion given to our Mail Orden W!
Goods and Price
Domn:: the prophet of Sozureth of Galllev. 'Wft/u. Guarantee Satisfaction bothia
r 11-18-97 Call on us,or send in your order to
." But there was doubt1L'Q moro In the McPartland floored Murphy i
Denny -
titthnony of one Nathaniel than In a mul 15 sod 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

tltUvly; of these voices when ho said:"Ra in Rowing the ninth club round recently before and the Ref Toronto fi 41'jl' lllj 1 A! jl1 i jl jl ll Jl jl jlll1 lllilj11jli, li 1 1Tbo ONLY _600. D. E. COOPER Co.Jacksonville
Ll, thou Art tho Son of God. Then art the MTg .
King uf Itrncl" (John 1, 49). What does eree Siler stopped the fight and declared 4-21

your own heart say? What U He to you McPartland the winner.

jjcrsoiuilly, for He expects from every one George Kerwin, the Chicago light.
til ewer to tho qu' tloa, What think ye who is matched to Frank
weight fight
of ChrUtf Ilq does not look for words The Fertilizer
Southern Fbi and
merely but for a heart utterance. Gerrard at Chicago says that he will Si* Company .
and lad in his class
I:!. "And Jesus went into tho temple of come cast meet any
Gal and ca.t out all them that sold and for a purse and side bet. Kerwin is
bought in tho temple and overthrew tho rated as being a formidable opponentfor :Wholesale And Retail Dealers In- E. SUDLOW Gen'l Manager.

tAMes of the money changers and the seats any lightweight. ,
of them that old tloveu." Compare JohnU. Pedlar Palmer of England bas backed Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Gem
13-10. It U significant and contain
very down and refuses to fight Sammy Kellyof and Vegetable ens.
lesson that
*a most heart searching Pineapple
Ho should do the same thing both at the New York. The American represent ent Shingles and Laths.
ln-ulnnins and end of Ills ministry. It remind ative of the National Sporting club of

u* that In us who are temples of London received a cablegram recently
Ammonia cent. I 5-6 cent.
Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick. per per
the Holy Uhobt, lIe desires truth in the inward in which he was informed that Palmer's Paving
Available P, A. cent. Available P. A. 6-8 cent.
parts; that Ho wants none of thointnnplemenU hands were in such bad condition that 4-5 per per
of this world In Ills peotlc'fi he could not fight. Potash K, 3 O. 7-8 per cent. Potash K. 3 O. 9-10 percent:
hearts, hut that our lives should I
make it manifest that, though in the I "A syndicate of western sporting men,
\c(nld. -wo are not of tho world but citixenjof the majority of whom are from San Office 408 West Bay Street (Cotton (Seed Meal and gobacco Mixed in
hra'cn"nnd hero for Ills service Francisco, are"out with"an offer'of $50

uid vlcasuro only. 000 for a finish fight, between Bob Fitz- 'Jacksonville Florida. .....Quantities...
13. "And said unto them. It is written, simmons and James J. Corbett. The 10-28-97 ,
JJy house shall be called tho house ofprcr same syndicate also offers a purse of Special, attention given to private formulas ,

but ye have uuulo it a den of $10,000 for finish fight between Kid liMG-07: S-Send fur Pamiihlet and prices. W. F ARMSTRONG JR., Agent.
a ---- -------- --- -- -
.thkvcs. Speaking of Christ In Heb. ill
McCoy and either Joe Choynski orPetei .
"Whoso house ?
tko are we ---
Spirit --
;6, bay ------ ---
'a feud la Kph IL 21, 22. "An holy temple Maher The articles will call for a meet. hake Wofth lee Works

;jla Uw Lord, an habitation of Cod through ing at some place west of the Missouri ,

,lha Spirit," lire the names given to the river in the month of July.Secret & Comstock
.church. bleb U HU body. The church Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of Kingsland
'ralh'ctlvclyend. every believer individually of Fast Sprinting.
'li'a.juouau In which the Spirit desire to ,
the lines of Math. Bernard Wefers discussing sprinting
:.iaatv constant prayer on
(ix,.ft; Is. liii. b, 7, ohd Hcv, niL ill i eays: "The secret of fast sprinting lies in lee a yd Distilled Ufater NEW YORK.
No 5 Fulton Market -
.but tf instead of being wholly given up to the control the runner has over his nervous ,
'Him for such prayer and corresponding force. 'It isn't his muscular strengthor
*&-r\lc\ e are given over to selfishness size but the nervous control he ha R. ,A. McPHERRIN, Proprietor. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FISH.
and '\\\1rldUned and our own thoughts over his muscles that makes the success
ami wu.\is are we not more guilty than .
ful sprinter. The most vital point in asprinter's --
:leracL inasmuch as our privileges are action is what is called the :
I IJt"til" HU ttudyf BEACH. ..
{lrcader Factory at WEST PALM Florida Fish
.. bound or getting on toes.
U. "And the blind and the lame came I up your '
:tl>.Him In the temple and He healed When your foot strikes the ground, the '
___ __ _-__ _____
tooul." Not to make money and gather nearer the toes the better. You rise up _. H
imb tanco i* tho great thing in Ufe, but to on it, and with a hard, sharp spring of
$hi; u..w, give I to thou who need (Rph.lv, reflex action throw tho foot straight out ,--j
i'3): To bo a lueons of bringing tho grace A peeialty.
\ in front of you. If it rises behind or too T. V. CASHEN ;
of Ills .
riches these
Odd and tho grace to high in front time and motion are lost."
j \Wo know it not and know him not-this ,
-New York Sun.British I
)4llt indeed. To be channel of blessing

TOKtfcu grvnt and only fountain (Jer. ii, I l Consignments Solicited. 11-18-97
|t3); U tho|aut and the pcrUhing-this U Golfer's Feat. '- .Manufacturer of and Dealer in II

ChrUtuko. If any American golfer wishes to try I -- -
1\ "And when the chief priest and his skill at driving, he might try to duplicate -
'foribca MW the wonderful things that lie the recent feat of the British

tilt Und (ho children crying in the temple professional Herd, who pent 6 out of 1J: YELLOW PINE LUMBER Do you want STEAMBOAT?
u4 saying, Iloaanna to the Son of David balls over the Lockwood viaduct near
thvjnft' n> core displca&xL" Truly they
wero the fig tree with leaves only (verse Huddersfield. The viaduct is just the

19), the moo that had been specially dealt height of Banker Hill monument, or (}-We have them to sell and if we have none
with for thrv year (Luke all 6-9X the slightly over 220 feet.-Boston Herald.If .find Timber.
wicket husbandmen of Math xxi Si e. on hand to suit we can build......

\, Oh bow patiently Ho had borne with Anion Plays No :More. JUST WIHIAT YOU W.A .
"' them How JI. would have blessed them And is it true what they have said- Mouldings Turned Work Fancy Scroll Work,
it: their had only been wllllngi But theyvmld That Anson plays no mere?
We also to furnish _/ .
not,: Theywould have none of Hiia Then let the bleacher hang his head Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates. are prepared ...,
la "An I said unto Him Hearst thou And every fan with heart of lead

what these coy' And Jesus saith unto Show If Anson that his Joy in life hath fled Jacksonville Florida. 10-28.97 Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write
plays no more. .
them, \"f'A. Have ye never read. Out of
tho iiioutb of babes and sucklings thou How can the diamond seem the same

Las perfected praise. I have wondvi-d If Anson plays no more? ____ n_ __ ___ ___ 'or call on us for Anything in our Line that you need.MerrillStevens .
If tht.'y"C'N never ashamed as He repeat- How dull, how spiritless and tame
-Uy\ tvfcrnxl them to their own Scriptures, Bereft of that soul thrilling name I
which they profchftCil to honor so, or weN Oh, will it be the same old game Indian River Nurseries. Engineering Co.
If Arusoa plays no more* ,
. Ihl'YI st all shaiuo and dead to all but

their on n thoughts and ways? They would Then let us twine the freshest bays
Dot It-t Him make them children of God If An&on plays no more. Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full Jacksonville, Florida.
and yet they vainly thought that they were The chaplet, through a teary haze line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including
koch. So Ha left them and went out of the We'll deck the brow where all men gtM. Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of RAILWAYS.
< city to. 'Detb4nyand. lodged there
: 11). Alas b plays-cleveland no morel! Plain Deales. I JOHN B, BEACH, Proprietor, ro-t-9l West Palm Beach, Fla. 24-9017






..,.. V' ... '" ., > ., .
r .' XAiUtNC8EatabUsbed _
<: G.
,, SAMU3Z: 1841. :\;'
1 1t. M Yeah Truth u Poetry Xa'VbU Pointers Concerning the Proper Preparation ,

I Little Lay.; of Chickens For Market. MILLER & CO i

We have read of Hand on a summer Poultry should not be fed for 24 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALED9 IN B. aSI

day, who raked; barefooted, the new hours befora killing. A full crop not

if mown hay; we have read of the maid only injures the appearance of the WHOLESALE

in the early morn who milked the cow dressed bird, bet is liable to sour and qiish GCLmS

I with the crumpled horn, and we've low prices 'are the result. Poultry !JstS'1'S, Commission Fish Dea1ersY! ,

I read the lays that the poets sing of the should be killed by bleeding in ramie ..
rustling corn and the flowers of spring, -
NEW YORK. :; l
mouth or by opening the veins in the No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, ,
lot of all the lays of tonguo or pen
neck then the feet until they Cvl.'tZe.
hang by and
there's naught like the lays of the Iowa Green
hen. Long, long before Maud raked her are properly bled. The crop and intestines Special Attention given.to the sale of Pompano Spanish

should not be removed, and the Mackerel Blue Fish, Etc.Ret'erences .
hay the Iowa hen had begun to lay, and ,
feet and head should be left on. SERVICE TWICE A DAY.We Whnlt':4l1le fi'Dealer
Batik or
ere the milkmaid stirs a peg the hen is 1 I.'ultnn and MJukPt National any ,
scald- :
Either of
op and has dropped her The corn manner dressing-by in the United tate8..
egg. catered the best trade last and :
ing or dry picking-will do, as those to year :
most rustle and flowers must spring if 18-8si-
they hold their own with the barnyard dry picked sell best to shippers and are fully prepared to do so this season., 1St"'Stoned furnished on application.
scalded best to the home trade. For
ring. If Maud is needing a hat and
chickens have the water
she doesn't hustle her to scalding as
I gown near boiling point as possible without JACKSOI/VILLE FLORID ,
town; she goes to the store and obtains SPECIAL ATTENTION nnDr McLMRIN ,
her .lU t with a basketful of fresh hen boiling. Hold by the head and legs, rur& & -WHOLE8ALE--
which should be dry before
fruit If the milkmaid's beau makes a
then immerse and lift and
Sunday call she doesn't feed him on scalding up
down three times. If the head is im- and Produce .
I' milk at all, but works up eggs in a cus- Fruits
mersed, it turns the color of the comb The East Side.WEST .
tard pie and stuffs him full of a chicken
and the shrunken .
gives a
eyes appearancq
fry, and when the old man wants a horn
which leads to think the fowl Merchants.
buyers Commission .
does he take the druggist> a load of
has been sick. The feathers and pin. PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-4-97 s
corn? Not much. He simply robs a nest
feathers should then be removed Immediately
and to town he goes yon know the F CheeseWe
and without L
rest. He lingers there and he talks per. very .-
breaking the skin. They are then"plumped" If thinking of irrigating truck farm, '
chance 'of true reform and correct you are your Solicit Your Business.
by dipping ten seconds into pineapple field or orange grove, send me size of area
finance, while his wife stays at IRRIG A II 0 N
poor water nearly boiling hot and then put you wish to-cover and full information of what you we only sollclt the business or Merchant and Will.' Not nil order from CowamerMi J'-,
home is
and scowls, but saved from taut
and X'will furnish all information dealers.
immediately into cold water, where want be glad to should buy from their home t, ;_
want by those selfsame fowls, for while desired and give estimate of coSt. -
a should remain until the animal
they .;,
the husband lingers there she watches
'I heat is removed after which
the cackling hen with care and gatherseggs
I they should be hung in a cool place. house best accommodations oath '.
a and eggllhe'll hide till she gets New ; ?:.
,d enough to stem the tide. Then hail, all To properly dry pick poultry the Machinery and Mill Supplies. AL FRE CO HOTEL East Coast; table first-class, and even: :
I work should be done before the bodies
hail to the Iowa hen, the greatest blessing get cold and while still bleeding. Dry Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. convenience and comfort; hot and co1d
of all to men. Throw up your hats FLORIDA section dOiei
1021.97 JACKSONVILLE of the famous pineapple
in center ;
and make Rome howl for the persevering picking is much more easily done while baths; modern improvements; .
the bodies are warm. The work shouldbe to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. :
barnyard fowl! Corn may be king,
done that the skin
but 'tis plainly: seen.that the Iowa hen very carefully
I Trib- may not be torn or broken.A Terms Moderate.
is the Iowa queen.-Cincinnati
tne-Jonrnal. TI r\ C\nr\ CnrinA\ ___......r'l1""I'..,. ,,____=_.__ ;
i GREAT DUCK FARM. v '-II .. JK 1 1115Styles J L. J 1U1V o-cjiN: > rrujJrivi.sa-, .
Breeding Conducted on a Biff Scale by t

4 s Coarenleat Device Invented by a Vermonta Millionaire Jacob Bnppert. t E&'Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. 12oI6i7 '.,;:':.

Farmer. Jacob Ruppert, the wealthy New

''I i Not every farmer is supplied with run- York brewer, has invested about $40,- rf (Den's Wear

t ning streams where the poultry can get 000 in a duck farm, says the New York FOP

good water when they want it, especiallythe CommerciarAdvertiser, at his country
young chickens, turkeys and goslings place, Rhinecliff-on-the-Hndson, wherea Are all in. The largest and handsomestline LITTLE BROS.

I bought several three gallon wooded point extends into the river. of Woolens in the South. Best work,

i galvanized pails for 17 cents each and Only White Pekins are raised, being best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suits
b some small pans for 10 cents, writes a hatched in gas heated incubators hold- tojorder: $12.00, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00, 8

Vermonter to The Orange Judd Farmer.A ing 400 eggs each and automatically $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and up. Fertilizer plo5PlateOmpaQY;{;

.t email hole was made in the bottom regulated. The brooder rooms are 150 N'S
feet long, with 60 compartments, each / PANTS-$2 75, 13.00,13.5,-$4.00$5.00, Florida. ;=;
$6.00, $7.00 and up. Jacksonville, .
holding 100 ducklings, each batch being
7 Y'" <"';...;. kept separate until sold. The brooders '

J I''.":. have cozy cuddling places under MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank sent .,

steam pipes. When sufficiently strong, application.. i. If you are requiring Fertilizers for .

the side,ducklings a day's hatching are removed in each.to pens Killingfor out- Tie' Popular Price Tailor Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to -

_ market begins with the pen nearest L I ..'.' us and we can give you more value .
the house and continues to the most

l M distant. None are sold over 10 weeks 13 Main 8t Jacksonville F1. ,7' for your money than any other Manufacturer .

old, and during this time they do not or Dealer in this State or .

a see water. They weigh five or six

1 pounds when killed and are sold to 8"We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and Pressing. T'-2897NEWSEMINOLE from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

1 leading hotels. During the breeding
hi tYOUN"TAIN i season, from December to July the prices etc., to above address. 1M2-W

i ducks are confined in ten pens, each
holding 100 fowls. Each has :
pen a ,.. '
of each pail; which was then filled ""
shoot extending into the 'water.. The r
with water and set in the middle of a HOTEL
rest of the the breeders turned ;
year are Ocean
on shallow top. pan. A board cover was** placed loose and roam at will. About 300 of Steamship Company;

last breeders retained and
You ought to have seen how much i are
Only Brick Hotel in Town.
the chickens and goslings enjoyed this !, 700 young ducks added for next year. "SAVANNAH LINE.
Steam is used to grind the differ-
good drinking fountain. Do not get the power WEST PALM BEACH: FLA.
ent kinds of food, bones and shells to *
pan too large. Apace of one and one- -; Florida
the birds in condition
{ duringthe
half inches below the pail and the out- Has recently been completed, built in the most sub-
winter months. Besides ducks Mr. TTTP SE1'INOLE
; d aide of the pan is sufficient. This allows Ruppert has a flock of White Plymouth stantial manner and elegantly furnished; situatedon To New York + And Boston.
of rood for
plenty drinking, but Rock fowls. high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent, unobstructed -
: the birds .
cannot get into the wa-
E young view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes fro.n all directions. jft. Short ai1 Hide: to Savannah, Thence:
r ter and foul it. Care should be taken to

have the hole in the bottom of the pail Why Bens Don't Lay. Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates A Short Sea Voyage.
quite email. The opening made by the It may not be generally known that
) point of an awl or small nail is large one cause of the nonappearance of eggs : $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Honta. Sailing from Savannah:

I fill of these fountains from hens and pullets in the late fall
y enough.
1 twice a day for 60 goslings. and early winter, at which time eggs 11--17 Manager."NewProcess"BlueflameOilStoves Ships Each Week 5AH -

are high in price, is due to a change in

I. Black Minorca Fowls. quarters just at the time when the
i egg ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gee*;:
This breed is not as well known producing organs are about to begin '
their functions. It is a scientific fact eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call on _
:1 among the farmers as it should be. ..
They are an ideal egg machine and are now well established that egg production E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt., .

large enough to pay to raise as a meat at any period other than at the Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3Florida !

breed. They are away ahead of the Leghorns natural breeding season is due solely to

11 in size, and I believe will lay as good food, care and general treatment. Standard Liglrt'g Go's Vapor Stoves .

many eggs in a year, and the egg is a Bearing in mind these facts,every care
deal Our should be taken to avoid changes whichare
great larger. storekeeper says OUR EAST,COAST AGENTS East Coast
: -
the largest eggs he gets come from a apt to alarm the hen or disturb her Ry.

person who has Minorca hens They are in any way. If changes must be madein J H Niver, Daytona J C Prink, Stuart

pure white, and if kept clean are most pens or houses, have all the conditions W P Shryock New Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach TIME TABLE NO. 14. IN EFFECT APRIL 13, HM.

handsome eggs. Any one living near a as similar as possible to the old Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana T

city who had Hinorcas and would look home, but do not change from yard to Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale BOOTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bui VJ).
Geo F Paddison & Co Gallie
Ean Jordan & Spivey, Lemon
City No
39w Noss
up private customers and always take house or house to yard during the early Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallie D R Knight, Lemon City pally Daily STATIONS. xonfi;

them clean fresh eggs could easily build laying season and expect an uninter- A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge. Miami '$ t Lv ..'......................... .... _!l
Jacksonville ..
= ............. ......
up a trade for all he could produce at; rupted service of egg production. The Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove 9 10.in or- U".........................8t.Aurusttne.........................;.Lv.Ar TO IBS*
quite an advance over storekeepers break will surely come, though the hen ....."... Lv............................as. Aun.tin............................Ar ...* ...
111 to .................... .... ?
will when .. ...Bastins..............................,Lv ......
There probably begin laying again I.
prices. are always plenty who The Raymond ,D Knight Co. ;............................ .
.. .. .
S .n ; iliib. ... .................. ..JTlii'rj ......
she becomes accustomed to her :::.:..10 ........................
are willing to pay a good price for new sur- .......Palato .............,................Ar ...oft
an article that they can depend on, and roundings.Crossbreeds. Irr, r.......... ,................SanX..teo...................t. 48SS ...
1 .......... .. M*
it cater to their Breed. SOLE STATE, AGENTS, -r: gg Lr* ............SaD Mateo........,........:.......:......A. ....r.n .
r payto wants.- For #. .....-....................E5n2iik ............. ..... ....
Market.I a ...... v 1l
...... M. N ............ ...
..... .. .... NI
er's Gazette. Jacksonville .. .....
10-21-97 Florida. .Onnond. ......................... .1 ...
have tried the following crosses and -en 11 II.. ..............................Daytoua.............................. .. .._.Nsr ,
...... .. .
find them Indian "" n .. .....Port Oran'........................ .. ..
Game male ..
Cata la the Poultry: Yard. good: to ,., .............. ............ .. ..
? .. New Bm1'Da ............... .
............ .
., Z ....
A well known Massachusetts Brown Leghorn hens produces a fine ta n. .................
pout 1 Oak Hill ..,........... .... .
I Miami .... 112) ... ..
818p 4
on Bay Biscayne Florida ......... ..
> ..
try breeder says for more than tea years ble fowl; flesh fine and delicious they .n, 8<7p II ..........!............*.*...*....Tttasville ........................... .. J ......
.. nO t tei I laml The Most Southern Point ?. 88581p- ......'......... Oily Pata........................ .... II J u1 ......
and Railroad
he has had from four to six cats about are good egg producers not inclined in pm. ....... ** .........*. iXXXUi .**.....-*......... ......... II I." .....,
t to brood. Mate Indian Game .. ".**......*........ .l'oOCtlf'd...._...............t.... -* ..
his poultry yards, and having been male to 5 the United States. q, ............................* ........ J _...
.. San Game.......................... .. .....
... /M .... UBui5 .
Silver Golden ... ..
brought chickens or Wyandotte, and .............
up among they never you .. .Meloonrn........... ...
.... .
Accommodations for ,, ........ ..._
200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and ..... .............
Comfortable. ......
trouble them but are of great servi will a fowl that matures early r.,.u... 627 ;......................... .Sebntian............................. ".. n rU ....S
in killing cemakes a good mother and will do her'' S. GRAHAM. .. .. ....... ...,....... VMst. i ncl*.........*.*.*".."*""***..h.. ......
the ...
or driving rats : ?u. ...Fort
away Proprietor. .. ** ......
12-16-97 ....... M5pTS2p ...... .. pierce ..... ............... Iflfift ...
............. ..
mice that would do much damage in duty in egg production a "beaut" #' .. f .. .......................... Ed a................. ..... t ...Nt
the when dressed for marketLast ....-.. to ............ *****ct?!??................ri.iiirn..... II t ......
stealing .... .
grain as well as stealingthe n. ............. ..
.. ............. ...
I to ........ t .. .
chickens themselves if they had a but not least is Barred Plymouth "-,r.H... .ZI 0" "' .....................................Hobe Rona.:..:........................ .. ,..-...
......... ..
chance. Rock hens mated to Indian Game male. U. D. n.... .. ......................... W est Ja.J>iter ........ .,............. ......
I HENDRICKSON ,.,.y. 1 to ....................... .West Palm Beach........;................ + i ......
This mating produces large and early ,.,... 101 II ......................... .LtDtoU..., ......................... .... ,! ......
Uidwlater Poultry Notes. maturing fowls flesh fine, with plump P" ."....". .. -...........................FoTrt..... Lal1dfl'd&l..................... ... .._
Kerosene roosts and under side .; ,. 11 00p ................ .. .mon CitraP. -_......a.. .. ... ....1
upper and skin : .....
-' body yellow and legs. (This General Merchandise. .1laml.... ... ........ ........L- .....
every week. last mating produces the largest fowl of BETWEEN NEW 811YRNA AND ORANGE CITY

Do not give ice cold water to yourj the three matings.) I also find- them -!=J 0.1 STATIONS. JUNCTIO..

flock early in the morning. and LT......;............... .. I.
good egg producers splendid moth 1210 .....
Wholesale Oils N ..... New Smyn&.. .................."... i. TEp
................... "
Feed plenty of whole at I find Indian Game males S It G 1112 Lake H.lea l ... .......... -
corn night ers. "'
impart a roccrles Paints CI ot h.m "'"'" ... .... .... ......... r litfpKEY 1
when the weather is extremely cold. both size and vigor.-Cor.,Ohio Poultry .;.iasolines 76 and 86. U 4 oop 121."P.-"- -;."..".."...."_""" Oran Or nw City.. !........................ II" .
gati JI1.CttO.........
All trains ,.......... Ilt ,
Hens should now be laying well and Journal. between New Smyrna and Orange City Ja.ctioa .
Dany Luau,
eggs command: a high price. Keep your lets Gaps Shoes Dry Goods Secas 'Ms' ue.p'
Crashed Shells
Poultry.; ,
layers busy. An idle hen is a poor egg WEST AND I Iateamabi
producer. The avidity with which laying hens

Feed plenty of food and will eat crushed eggshells shows bow Sewin Machines Hardware. The City of Key: WHt of the Florida east
green keep necessary they are in the hen's [ Iflamt for Key West on Mondays. Wednesdays Coals ate .e 1 tre1pi y I"
economyfor 1OaT11J, a.4 friday.
the shell box filled. Meat three times a m atmg connections at Key
egg production. There is no better r m. 1 )on Tnesda7a, SWfiaaafflBSi.teaa'an 1m
week will aa
help to your hens way to supply lime required for eggshells Agent for Mapes'and Williams & Clart'n VI | UJu to with north boIInd r .
: to better egg records. --- erti lZerS
than this. The shells in the giz

'lhiala a good time to replace the old zard also act as grit, enabling it to digest Anti-Friction Iron' Marine Railway Tae Time Tables show the times at which
wornout and filthy litter with clean, dart from the several tra1uud boat.IUY be eslactalbe amn'"
food. The only care in feeding ito g For Boats Feet in and Under. 1t& atatfons and ports. but their .
fresh straw.: Wait for mild 75 Length 4 is sot r arrival d[ a r mr a' t k I $I eaea
a pleasant, crush the shell thoroughly, so thatits Steamers etsisepnences Misinj tamtamCo & y hold itMtf mpoasitl ?er say delay l e, U1
sunny day, and then. have a thorough For copy; of local time
likeness card
to the egg may not be seen. can at 83 Wt Bay gtmt JiakMlTm..
airing and housecleaning.; Where eggshells are thrown out with "Lake \ 'orth" and "Gladys"On J.P.BEu WITH.Trifle Mwagw. w salter

Cleanliness should be.the first consideration out being crushed the fowls soon learn ::.: J.D. RAHNEJt ..f!. P. A.:,.

I inasmuch as the fowls have the habit of picking at the shells on Lake Worth. .

I been housed for many weeks, and therefore eggs, and from this they quickly becomeegg Schooner "MARY B." .
great care should be taken to keep eaters, a habit which when once regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville

coops and houses free from vermin and formed is never forgotten.-Dakota Free Pelirery Moat on.Uke. Worth.

I'' offensive odors.-Country Gentleman... Field and Farm. -- 121.97 Lake Worth, Florida. .s u sori'bs for JS&c .sun. ; a

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; a half miles long by one broad. Navas-! miles of small islands. Beyond they increase -

sa, a bird lime island, back, of Cuba_ is! in area, elevation and fertility, Midden's Markets EARMAN'HOU8E ::*

From Tampa to Key West and Headed practically the only piece of tropical territory but there are no plantations of much THE

This Way. belonging! to the, United Slates consequence within 75 miles of Key / PI'ep re1 to Supplyyou .

.,' If we get Hawaii we shall have some West. with" *. ,%' Is now open for XVinter Tn, :. |f

EdItorial Cor.TroT (K. Y.) Northern Budget more of the tropics. They won't hurt Key West and other large keys were :Best of Accommodations. _

Port Tampa Fla., Thursday January ns any. Key West is a most important originally> covered with dense forests of -.
Table Best the Market Affords.. ,
20, 1898.-We left Tamp, and its Fish. military and'naval station. It was never India tree, such as lignum-vitae. mastic Pricesresh .
under the Confederate and crab-wood and wild tam < -Bn.tfan itx Cez z .aatiors.-, -
cry Congress and other charms, aboutmidday flag, was mahogany,
by rail, nine miles distant, for practically always loyal to the Union. arind. The best forests have been cut Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. .- ::, .: .
PORT TAMPA, Uncle,Saw's flag still floats from Fort and burned. Keys under cultivation .<- ArialeR9' -;:

and found a cooler and delightful rest at Taylor, and from some other imposing bear pineapples freely. ouZtr'HdInd 31RS. S. E. EARMAN 1

the Inn, a hotel of the Plant System battlements, from the custom house, The coral insect, so minute as not to ggs. ( Y"" -
which is kept by J. A. Murdick, who for from the Masonic temple the convent, be visible to the naked eye, ought to be

fifteen years was a fixture 'at the Old San Carlos Hall and the governmentand the emblem of industry on this busy Native Meats a specialty.Your .

American House, Troy, a part of the other buildings and Old Glory was globe. He has built up vast walls islands -

time employee and a part of the time as floating from many vesselsof! the White keys and massive rock structures Patronage Solicited

"mine host" of the popular hotel. Mr. Squadron in the bay as we steamed into in all the hot and tropical seas of the Market on Banyan Street BRELSFORD :aRO.. _>

and Mrs. Murdick have been at the Inn the imposing and fine appearing harbor world. In these crystal waters, which

for several seasons and it is one of' the The line ofCORAL can be seen at great depths to the bot- 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH

most delightful resorts, with a cool and REEFS AND ISLANDS tom, you can tell by the sight of the 1 Real Estate and-InsurancePalm .

delicious salt atmosphere in all Florida. present picturesque and charming viewsas commotion of the water below if the little -I :i'

Mr. H. B. Plant has wisely establishedthe we sail through the green and crystal fellow is,at work, or if he has abandoned Beach Florida.

rufe that there shall be no gun fir- waters of the Gulf of Mexico showing I that part, leaving the water a JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. ,

ing and shooting in Port Tampa,so that garden like bottoms to a depth of 25 feet still dead sea, where his work of walls RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, VicepresidentTHOS. .. : '
to Rem.
the birds and marine wild fowls becomeas or more, which are the homes of alone mark that he has labored there.if P. DENHAM Cashier. Notary Public------Cottages < '

little afraid of man as they were when the green turtle and the tor the coral is at work there is a slight JAMES D.,BAKE, Assistant Cashier.atlonalBankof I Hotel.
6.1.97 Post-Offlce Building, North of Poinclan i ,
Alexander Selkirk wrote their "tame- toise shell turtle of commerce. Through I commotion in the water below showingthat

ness is shocking to me. these keys are the finest cruising grounds: he is plying his wonderful vocation.

Among the pleasant features of the in the United States, especially for I .. -" .
Inn side of its dock is yachts and pleasure sailing. The
THE West island is embowered in trees "-,
That the wellfare of this town depends ,.
where from to and flowers and the keys mostly in 1865.
twenty thirty pelicansmay a
the individual efforts of its citizens.
be seen all the while lazily blink perfect verdure cocoanut and other, upon the State of Florida
their trees.; A constant breeze from the That it is never too soon to'tear but it
ing sunlit eyes in the blaze of day. ocean
There is a sort of arbor marine ladder and the proximity of the Gulf Stream may be too late to mend. S. b. STORED & GO.

coming up from the water where they mitigate the- tropical heats, and make That a great man can live in a small ,'TRANSACTS A---, .
climb up and waddle on to their perches the climate almost delicious. So we town and still have great ideas. I

end stay there off and on from break of found itFrost ,That clothing cannot disguise a worth- Wholesale Commission Dealers ,

day to sundown and all through the never comes to Key West. In less man. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.

night going away only for food and fish. the great Florida peninsula frost of 1895 That the show a man can't go to. is and Shippers of all Kinds of. ,.: .

Gulls and other marine birds also Sock the thermometer only got down to 54 the one he says is no good.

there without fear of molestatlcn. The degrees. The capicious wharves of Key That just being sorry for a man won't Accounts of Bankers Lobsters ,

water there is alive with fishes. By West were full of life, "Old Glory" or help him any. : : "
Merchants Manufacturersand
throwing bread crumbs out of the dining the flags of Cuba Libre, as is the custom ,
That the milk of human kindness
room of the Inn on the water, the fish here were flying from almost every very Individuals solicited..,,
often tastes of the can.
gather there in myriad numbers.The Inn housetop. It is a .quaint old town, of Fresh Fish-:
is a very quaint place a Queen ,Anne wooden houses mostly; too, and there That ignorance sometimes causes bliss :

cottage, perched upon staunch piling I isn't a chimney in all Kepi West, except but oftener blisters. Capital and SRrplns, $190,000$

over Tampa Bay. Homelike comfort the one in the FJa leI hotel. That the largest man in Florida is not

reigns through its ample extent. ,The Key West is certainly one of the most as lazy as you would be if you could afford : : Turtle?-,

pelicans mallard, spoon bill ducks, and important naval and commercial placesof it.That. Issue our own drafts to all the principal .

aquatic fowls swoop down and fly around its kind in the United States, and certainly angels fly over the mud but fools cities in Great Britain, Holland 00000000

in a very domestic and home-like way.It I will become more so when the rush in and get stuck. Belgium France, Switzerland Italy,

is a great resort for health, bathing, Nicaragua canal is built. That a man that never makes mis- Spain, Portugal and Germany. Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida. .

boating, fishing etc. The 10.500 population of Key West is takes never makes any thing ese.' JacksonvilleFlorida 11.18.97 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. "

ORANGES.I about equally divided between whitt
That by betting on the top dog and 8-3'M7
may as well say a word or two about Cubans. colored Cubans and Bahamians .
bottom facts you will win every time. '
oranges here as elsewhere, as this fruitis AT NIGHT ON THE GULF.
forever associated with the memoriesand Our sail here by steamer was unevent That Moses' mistakes were made by

pleasures of Florida. The Florida ful. It was on the eastern side of the Bob. Ingersoll. Geo. S. Hacker& Son' '.--- I

orange is unquestionably the finest in Gulf of Mexico, and we passed by the That pruning may hurt temporarilybut i

the world, not only in a singular par ten: thousand islands keys, Port Cape only to benefit permanently. I. >

ticular, but in all the all around qualities Sable and the Bay of Florida, and the --... --- ,. .. .. '-, ,-_-" ,

which render it the best the world voyage would have been more interest Going a -Fishing.To . -
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produces. ing if it had all been daylight. Even at ....... -- .-
Florida has DOW been settled for 330 night steaming through the gulf of Mexico one who wandered far away. .. -a. .. --
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', )ears. When it ....first occupied by and especially-that portion which What From pleasure off the to sea return coast(some and the flay.bay .. ; '-" _. -' -- .- ,.., -- '.. --',-

I the white man the sweet, or China or;' coral reefs and islands most abound, is Where tarpon jump and porpoise play,

angel were introduced from the countries most charming. Ordinarly there is a Back to the o8st-and fishing;
phosphorescent and radiance What joy to leave the inland town, a"
bordering on the Mediterranean, sparkle t
And roam where cooling winds abound 0
and from Spain came first ,the bittersweet coming to the waters as the vessels The
And on the sea coast sail around, .awowsb* --
and sour varieties; and later came plough through the sea that rivals in An l spend a week at fishing. AST 'OAST
the sweet China orange. tinges and glows all the diamonds and
COLD WINTERS gems that can be piled up from the orient -
Then throw the train!
baggage on
,t have some times destroyed the fruits and In fact as the poet says it is "like And seek the coast with might and main- Doors, Sash

trees of Italy and Spain, as in Florida, i orient pearls at random strung. My word for it,,you'll come again "_f
but the crop of oranges and lemons of Deep zones of life are stirred to brilli- And spend a week at fishing, MouldingsAND .

those countries have each ance by the animal radiation and lum .
gone on year For some small vessel quickly speak- '. -" .
increasingly. The cold spells are the ination thrown up with each surging (Good exercise if she leak-) Material -; : 0 :
"' ': :
if. ;.irFl'orida _
billow. And "work your passage" while you seek
terrors of Florida winters. On February I ;

7, 1747. the temperature at Charleston, Thus schools of porpoises frequently Your Th coffee Gu'f-to gives go you a fishing fresh;delight- CHARLESTON, S, C. :: : : Off erGreat : "

S. C., fell to 10 degrees at 6 o'clock in I,create a phospboresent turmoil as they Broiled bacon such an appetite- g-: Largest Factory South. < ::ce' ,
the morning and probably lower and rush through the water, and agitate the The batter cakes are"out of sight!I" : .. : ',
the orange trees of Florida were killedto sea with their glitterings. In like mac You'll eat while you're a fishing. Send for Prices. : :. ,

the ground, and olive trees 18 inchesin ner an Octopus or sepio if placed in a Tia true few red fish now abound,

diameter were also killed. It is no- dark room sends forth sparkling eman That sharks and sting-a-re a are found,
ations. The Gulf Stream with But"snake-bite-poison"is around A. B. Campbell
table that the 7th of February was the swarms
When people go a fishing ; ,
fatal date of the great freeze of 1835 and small Crustacea of every imaginablecolor sickness folks .
Sea some might expect- (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
1865. sixty year apart The severest bright scarlet and azure blue, or Mosquito bites on face and neck- Jacksonville, Florida.; t Advantages
freeze was that of 1835, when the trees white. These gleam with a radiance in But still-"the sand crab ia on deck*!
And welcome you when fishing.
were alt frozen to the ground. The next describable.Such PIANOSORGANS

great freeze was that of January 12,1886, are some of the glories of the With bounding deck and swelling sails-

when the cold got down to 15 above zero Gulf Stream at night and of the Gulf of Your mind filled with astounding tales
Of sea gullspelicans and whales-
which killed many trees but a considerable I Mexico as sometimes seen on the voyageto With appetite that never fails, -
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crop was raised that year. I Key West and thence on the East. You go back home from fishing; Best Makes, Lowest Prices, :!: To Settlers in the way, of

On December 3, ISj6. and'December 30, Coast all the way to Miami, whither we. Sun-burned and tanned so much'tis true- Easiest Terms.
from Your nearest neighbor doubts'tis youYou'll Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
the reached degrees went Key West.
1884, temperature 19 of All Kinds Rock
come again, that's what you'll do, Instruments at
;on January 6. 1884.: 21 degrees,' Key west is the largest and most important And spend a week a fishing. .....Bottom Prices..... I Perfect Climate Productive Soil
. and on January 4,1897,22 degrees. On spjnge market in the world. Write for Free Catalolueli"97'! ,
Then country chaps just mind your eyes !
December so, 1804, it went down to J4i; THE; CORAL REEFS OR KEYS Don't wait till old enough to die,

on February 7, 1894,.to 15 but there have a soft climate like 'the Bahamas, But to the sea coast quickly hie Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tracts,

was a fair crop in 1886, and only once and are alive with animal, marine and And take you folks a fishing! fed Danish and
wives and
rack children too,
has the thermometer fell to 7 degrees up your Suorar Cane and Good Schools.
vegetable There are keys devoted In skiff or scow ot light canoe. ..... .
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above tit too years, and that was over 60 almost exclusively to agriculture and I: In short, most any craft will do, 'ancy -

years ago. SpnmU come up in fivr others devoted to sponge, pearl and other i When people goa fishing of Churches
years from the frozen roots and the orange fisheries. At first glance the ke'sI&Ok -E.M BRYANT Nnrces Co., Tex. in Tobacco Areas, Plenty .
Deuison (Tex.) Gazetteer.
crop ban come up smi.ing from worthless for agriculture. The PineappleSlips
each freeze-out, aud was good and countless to competency
very say keys are mere beds of coral rock, but Marching Through Cuba. ways earn a

260,000 boxes, in this yeariSgS.The little elevated above the water mostly _...

1 orange crop of Florida steadily covered with coral sand but the porous Sound the dear old bugle Bill and call the buys and SuckersFor
increased from 1885 to 1895, excepting( to arms,
and soluble nature of the rock and the I
We're going to teach the Spaniards how we welcome Sale of the Following Varieties, viz
in The ;
18923. shipping season: com collection of sand in the crevices and interstices war's alarms: Abbaka, Porto.Rico COME TO DADE.S .
mencesin October and ends in June. *
render it capable of supportinga Ve'll show them that our der old flag has lost Smooth
The crop of 1891-5 was nearly six mil most luxuriant vegetation, and massive none of Us harms. Cayenne, '

lion boxes. The orange is a crop that trees of mahogany, mastic, Indian While we are marching through Cuba.es0Ar3. Egyptian Queen, I ',' .
flourishes best south of Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, ..
just the frost .
fig, cocoanut trees, a rank growth of White ._ .. ', :>
)line, if could where that is to Antigue. .:- .'
you guess vines and other herbaceous plants often Hurrah! Hurrah!! We're dashing o'ertbesea: Pernambuco :> ...S- :; _',
Le each year. Sometimes oranges grow render the jungle impenetrable. I have Hurrah! Hurrah!! The Cubans mustbe free; Enville., 0- _, : : -: : ,-": <:- :
so abundantly as actually to break down -panish: pride to Yankee grit wul have to bend --r0 '
seen cocoanut trees of large size that Early delivery can be made part of the "
the branches with the golden fruit. We have been planted in drill holes the the Knee, fruit[ from this Plantation baring been picked : ;? : : : -0/
While we are marching through Cuba. last month., Apply to _
once saw a lemon tree that had
probably .
rock being solid .
so as to require drilling :. -'. ,
it lemons. Weyler's bloody cut-throats tried to force the .
on looo MATTHAMS
and the trees were large and clung to C.C. --- ,.
Rebs to yield, : '
OFF ON THE GULP OE MEXICO. the rock through the sand crevices. Florida :, :::"
But every time they ventured out the Cubans Pineapple Company, \ .
About to o'clock at night we bade good The cocoanut crop is not of much ac "on the field; ': ,
to the of Defeated thus, 5.21.97 West Palm Beach, Fla.Jw&h .
Port defenseless then
bye hospitalities Tampa count. It requires too much time to upon women -
and parted with the homelike precinctsof shuck the nut of its coverings. The fellow they wheeled : ,-
While they were marching through Cuba.
the Inn with iegrets. We should who will invent a machine to shuck
have liked to have stayed longer. We Then dear old Uncle Sam to save the women
the cocoanut should make a fortune. from First.Class-
went aboard the good steamer Olivetteto The Palms
The keys are symmetrical in outline apparently Stepped in and called the Spaniards fiends,and
Key Weft, which stops there enroute from the force and current of dared them to their face; tL

for Havana. the mighty Gulf stream, which sweeps They then blew up our battleship, and that's
West is almost south how stands the case. How For Winter Travel.
Key directly of along their entire front. For miles Open
35 So we've got to drive the Spaniards out of Cuba.
Tampa and is just north of the tropical east of Key West the :
keys are numer- All Modem Improvements, Electric JOB WORK
Then sound the dear old bugle )Mack we're
line which through one of the .
passes ous and irregular in form, and the chan- anxious for the fray, Bells, Baths, Etc. B 0 .
keys, which are mainly of coral rock
nels scarcely navigable among them. We don't need easb,we want their blood our ':; _0 ,
$2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY. "
and said to number '
are 10.000. The smaller ones are covered with mangrove damages to pay; ,
KEY WESTis thickets. We'll make the bloody Spaniards wish they'd Address",," '--;{):r.-;,?, r t
this .
Beyond archipelago "': '
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the southernmost city of the United the keys are uniform in shape in never steered our way, THE PALMS" :,
When we go marching through Cuba.H. At THE SUN Office.
States situated coral island andy
on our an almost unbroken chain for over .
100 G. PSAd?in Gainesville Sun, I.6.94 \Vet Palm Beach, Florida, :

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t Witty Sayings intefspsvsed With tl ore Facts from the Experiment Station Grant'Fenno spent Saturday in West CDli6liE6FiIn t :
:. I i Business-Bargains.- Bulletin. Palm Beach.' n

Send for Butt rick Pattern Sheets to V ... Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lane paid West

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Mrs. M. G. Macdonald. Agent, Jacksonville Bulletin 44, of the Florida Experiment Palm Beach a visit Sunday.Mr. ========== .= ===:= ;..:

: Fla. Station, written by H. E. Stockbridge, Bnibaker was here this week inspecting Goods House :
: I GUY i. METCALF, "Does your wile ever lecture you?" the Director of the Station, is a the rail road. 11 Popular Dry
S II I Lecture I'm going to get her alstereoptieon. comprehensive of ,
EDITOR summary 47 pages
AND MANAGER. .'*-Chicago Record. W. D. Sherman went to Boynton Florida.t
covering this subject from furrow to si. Jacksonville,

I I Sw-et and Irish Potatoes in any quantity r ut,. It is written entirely from the .Monday, viewing landscape. -4

III 1 I YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, .$2 at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. Florida standpoint; primarily from the : Capt. E. N. Dimick and son Frank The Leading Dry Goods Housei

Lt r.i Pat-Sure I've lost me dog, and 01 don't standpoint of production of home sup. were here this week prospecting.

i I V V V know what to do. plies for home consumption; secondarily Large shipments of tomatoes and other I jiltileState. -
II Itl'portcr-Why don't yon advertise for him the creation of
a uniform high grade
I then? vegetables are shipped from here every V
H standard article, the curplus of which
r. I'At-But faith an'th' dog can't read if I do.
I Detroit Free i'recs. may always be sold in Southern marketsat day.The dredge Chester: was moved north # Largest Stock, The Newest Styles, "j

I Mrs. Fran will be up next week. a paying figure. The following extracts ward by the Denny, Monday to be re- V at the Lowest Prices. --*

I I'I' Please call at the Boston Store and get possess a seasonable interest butwe paired. I : V we will send samples free of charge.
bargains. recommend our readers not to be satisfied To all whom request i
AMONG OUR CHURCHES your V Mr. S. S, Linton went to Boynton A Express Charges on all <{
with these, bet to address the :Ei- c WE PREPAY -
i ; _- _ -Do;you believe that honesty Is the beat Tuesday where he will begin immediate V orders to the amount of $5.oo or over,
policy,Rodden?"' rector of the Station: Lake City,Florida, work on the Boynton Hotel. 'a, V when money accompanies the order. .J
t Time and Place of Services, Special Most assuredly. I make all my money out and secure a copy, which will b; forwarded # .
Notices, Week-Day and Sunday of my honest cUltome1'8-Detrllt Free free of charge to all citizens of :Mr. and :Mrs. S. S. Linton expect to The Best Equipped Mail Order Department

: ,\ I Meetings. Press. Florida. move in a few days to Boynton where and Tw it. Your Money Back U<**>Are otu W.S.,.
r Write for Sample.
!i "tII Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when FACTS. they will reside until the hotel is finished. a _Resoectfullyi -

I! V Eplssopat Services.Eriseof.il you wantFancy Groceries. i The soil and climate of Florida are Many colored people have arrived -
II .
""Goiug to fill an engagement with your den better adapted to the successful production here from the Bahama Islands for pro. BROTHERS"POPULJR
V CHCRCH-Bethesda-by-the-Sea.: ?" $ COHEN
tist. Grumpy of and its
"- sugar cane productsthan tection as our home guard is immense.
V I REV.J.Jf.)!P.l'ORD. Rector u.Vo; hs'8 going to do the filling."-Detroit
Po.v.l'rrsJMES HINDKV, is any other part of the United
!I Ass't:Minitor.Service Frt"t' Press. W. A. H. Hobbs has teen busy this i
erety Sunday morning at n o'clock. VI States. DRY GOODS HOUSE;
i A launch wlil ran re"jlarly in connection,leaving Boat building done right at home, in 2. Nitrogen: is the chief manurial week building a house boat. He is preparing V.
West KM lieach dock the most approved manner, good workmanship for kind of :
in city at 10=30- Fare some protection a- Florida.
I and at Call on requirement of the cane crop. Planting Jacksonville,
cr tim rO"1I11J11'-cents. living prices. ainst Spaniards. : 10-28-07
S-.ir.d4/: Scnoo at 3 p.m. Capt. A. T. Rose. on bottom lands, turning under of cowpeas g; .
t ,I r or of velvet beans. and "cow-pen- '* -- ,,
She-How dare you Li-s we. ElF?
., I B2urnKRdooD 1 OF ST ANDREW.-Meets on lie-BecaoMf I love you. ning," are the most economical means Tomato Packers... Wanted --
the Second a.iJ Fourth Wednesday of each She-How long have you loved me? of securing this essential. On Florida -

!i" tmth. L.F.HIXDRY,Director. He-Months. soil potash stands next to nitrogen as In place of our usual correspondencecomes
: r- W. V.AuitSTSOVG,Jfc. Secretary. She.-Oh, George what a lot of time "eve a food requirement for cane. a postal card from our Boynton

lost.-Town Topics. correspondent, evidently written ,in
-V 3. Narrow rows and two lines ol GIiEf' G. ST1OT41VI,
Jr!. B. Church, South. Watch aud jewelry repair ng by first) seed-cane are the desirable forms for: frantic haste saying he had no time to .
i class workmen, aud guaranteed, at I :i write any news this week, although IN .
Service trill be held' in the Knights of PythII Iduer & *irtt 'c. planting. A DEALER
Iii Ifall on the First,Third and Fourth Sundays 4. Thorough breaking and shallow there was plenty to write. V

,II ot each .nlh *t ilL m.ant 7:30 p. m. Every; "I'mTorried about 'our landlord. Beseems cultivation, with cultivator instead ol He also begs us to send at once fouror and Groceries
0:1:ciirdhUy invited to attend. "( was glad I to be going crazy," five men tomato packers, probablythe Staple Fancy V
I when they raid unto me.let us go into the housed "What has he done?" plow produce best results.
old bachelors down
there to
I he J.':&" Btv J.R.WALKED, Pastor. "Repaired our house from top to bottom- 5. The longest possible period of object

L r Chicago Record, growth should be allowed. Delaying women packets, although he rather unwillingly : Grain and all Food Supplies.
: acknowledges that
Evening Stav Iiodg, fio. 46, Buy Circus Soap and Armour's Washing harvest ten days from November 20 increased anyone V
Knights of Pythlas, Powder at Clematis Avenue Supply the sugar content 1.2 per cen( would be acceptable.Any V -V
V Store. and adds ; of our readers who know how to
4 Mert: *cvejf FilJay Night at 70 p.m.standard I IV twenty days delay 4.39 percent COUNTRY PRODUCE
thne.13itol! { brUhere cordially invited. lU.nks-Insanity is a terrible curse bitt to the amount of sugar in the pack tomatoes can find work at Boynton
'. Cast's Hall over Public School Building I not? cane. if they will go at once, as there are V Always Fresh;Kept in Stock.

J. A. rCGR,c.c. \Yiats-Depends a good deal upon whether: 6. Great variations in the thicknes plenty of tomatoes there yet to be .
.1.W1n.nuJl,K"of R. & S. 2-4-97: you've killed man or not.-Brooklyn Life. shipped. Your Patronage Solicited--
of sirup injure its market value. When -_.- _
V _ _: Prof. Frank Idner is now prepared to the thickness is determined by judge \\est) Palm geaob, fla.V
What We Need.
do Piano Tuning and Repairing. Leaveorders
;i ADDITIONAL ITEMS. at Idner & Son's. ment or experience variations of five --
4 I ... degrees are possible by the most expert A necessary factor in the developmentof

I ,: A continuation! of "My Cousin Jan"by their"Name ferocity.two"animals noted especially for sirup boilers. Florida is now almost entirely lack

; :E. H. S. will next week. ing. Everyone of who comes in ,
appear -T\\'o rats tied across a clo'i sline, ma'am." 7. A simple sirup tester may be ,made us con

MM W. I. Metcalf arrived from Melbourne -Chicago Tribnue. by anyone without expense. which determines tact with people from other States knows Identified.

1 Tuesday night :or a short visit. Pine Apple CoveringIi you contemplate .: tlie thickness with absolute accuracy by experience how eagerly and persist- The Dade County State W

V covering your pines write. us for and prevents the possibility o I ently information about Florida is de The street car struck the rear wheelof
4 Capt Chas H. Earnest, of the yacht prices on lumber, lath and wire. Can variation.S. manded. To answer these questions, the bicycle. V Palm Beach, fife/war. -

'Providescia" left for his home in Lan furnish promptly and cheap.-G. F either word of letter is '
Red cane is hardier than green I by mouth or by The bicyclist describes a parabola and
Paddison & Co., Eau Gallie, Fla. ::
1iV tana Monday night. 2 10 eow St. and matures earlier. For large 'area 5 impossible. Yet in this day of type- fell upon a pile ot bricks. The bicyclist Authorized Capital, $100,08_

The title to the Lee Russell house i S and for. sugar the red variety is best setting machines and Hoe presses we raised on one elbow, reached back an Paid Up Capital $15,0.
l; ot ket'per-Mr. Thu'pental the cashier .
said to have yassed to Annie E. Hull of has run away with your daughter, but be For small areas and sirup the green cane have: nothing that we can mail in ans arm towards a rear pocket of his knickerbockers -

Brooklyn, N. Y. this past week. didn't Uke any money. ispieferrable, wer, and questions that mean immigration and collapsed, insensible V
Head of the Firm-Lord, what a Lad head I 9. Uplands produce the sweetest are left in discourteous darkness. A sergent of"police felt in the pocket OFFICERS: .
V Fires have been raging at or around for 1'UMnestFligeode: Blatter. Two facts will demonstrate this. The E. N.. DIMICK, President. -,
flask la
for cane. Bottom lands produce the heaviest and drew out silver_ cocktail
Juno several days past. We expectour U HENDR1CK80N Yice-PmtftnL 1 V
Plenty of nice Hats at Mrs. Mofiatt's. yield and the largest total product. immigration bureau at Tallahassee is belled "J. Jones, 400 Boston Avenue." D. .:
ticulars coirespondent next week.there will giye' us par. Call and see them. 10. The imparities in cane juice are receiving letters of inquiry at the rate "Go to 400 Boston Avenue," said the GEO. L. BRAN NINO, Cashier

Squib-Uaude Ruyter really a marvelous chiefly physical and may be removed by of 100 a week, and can only mail copiesof sergeant to a policemen, "and tell Mrs.

,, R. C. Enos one cf our old! time resident imagination? V thorough s.raining or filtering.II. the Christmas Times-Union and Citizen Jones that Mr. Jones has-" Branch Office at Wast Pali! E44

V carpenters and a good citizen, left Yea. .lie thinks he can write.-Xew YorkJournal. Dry Spanish moss is the bes When this is exhausted what shall The sergeut paused and drew a hand- Office Hours From 10 *.ra. to I p.I

Tuesday; for a visit to relatives in known filter for cane juice. and its use be done? The attempt to fill the demand mirror from the other rear pocket of the

Indiana. _ Rungh Lumber Cheap.-A few carloads results in sup.-rior and well keeping sir with thousands of copies of that knickerbockers. General!BankingBuslnBss Trand
I V f <;':VI stick at mill at Gifford. Will Collection promptly remitted oa 4I{
up, and light colored dry publication failed entirely; three- times "-Tell Mr. Jones that Mrs. Jones
bs Paddison & sugar.
oM Jow.-G. F. :
This morning's train carried C. I. Crc- very receipt. Draft bought and IOld na tIt ,-
Co Ivjti Gallic Fla. tf. 12. Two evaporators, or kettle the number would have been exhausted,
i gin and wife back : 2 10 pans hasThe rlpal eith'e (,f the United State .29-$1
to their
j home after Philadelphia Xurae-See, Willie! you have two little are desirable. The first for purifying, and orders were refused from States as druggist who was :assisting tickled
I having spent the season heie brothers, Aren't they pretty?'' the second for finishing. distant as Maine and California and the bicyclist's lips with a feather he
I j at their beautiful home on the Lake. Willie-(remembering the usual disposal of of I money returned.It nostrils.
C' 13. Sirup superior appearance was trying to burn under the !=. jew torecgevngoods
; Lots of'wind hut little rain seems to be surplus kittens) "Which one are we going to and flavor can be made to keep indeS. cannot be doubted that the tide: of The bicylist smiled and murmured :

,, ; the weather program as yet. Can't ob drown-Ex. nitely. immigration is setting towards the South, "Charlie !"

server Cronk shift the bands over towards W.u'rnn TO PURCHASE FLORIDAPnuiUtilv. 14. Good domestic sugar may be and especially Florida. Shall we repeatthe "--Tell Mr. and Mrs. Jones that Miss :
t the damp side of the dial : .-Persons owning farms or made mistakes made at the New Orleans
a little wnitei Ir-nr.es, send full description and by simple home means, aud i S Jones has met with ap. accident.-Lile.
: j : further. pnesit'jJ.V. Bond, Box 181,. Dayton,, marketable at a profit. Expoition and the World's! 'Fair, where --.---- cgew
l.ic. CULTIVATION. California spent thousands to our tens Arizona Oranges. *.....

1 Our weather reports have been crowd The depths and frequency of cultira and received it back an hundred fold? I..
ed of You biawsted! American rate a humorous j \T welcome all our old frIends aa4 1
I out our recent: isgttt" .but if nothing view of tverj thing." lion will largely control results. To ef Can we not take lessons from Alabamaand If what the New York Post says is patrons,udcordiAU,iD1'itc itmg- .. .

tmforseen occurs we will begin them 'Yes. That's why we call our servants feet the desired end, the plow should be Georgia and Tennessee, or must we true, Arizona:: is coming to the front net ers tn visit U*. .

; V I again in next issue and publish regularly help."-Indianapolis Journal. rigorously discarded and exclusively sit still and let the tide recede without only as rival tj California in orange Watches Clocks, Jewelry and

1 thereafter. _ No need to send away from home for supplemented by the use of some form touching our shores ? Facts and figures growing but to Florida as well. Salt ....Optical Goods

:" i r E .Ma"of Geo. B. Swift wife and auy boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can of tooth cultivator. Two advantages are should be presented to two men in the River Valley seems to be the section so Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairbf]

1 : family and Miss Alice Marx left on this build want.you See one him as,fine and or place as cheap your
V morning' train for their Chicago homes. economy through the increased area wealth aud progress-the capitalist and lemons and grape fruit. There are Only Opticians la the City. Ejre bite<< "
Patl'hWhy is the bride crying? liecause the farmer. 803 of free, by latest approved method The"*
acres in
which be worked oranges already bearingand
The can implement
mayor has greatly improved in by a single Ida '
she leaven her parenU? store will be In charge of Prof, mat i":
I{ i r health during his stay here. natch-Oh. I guess not. She likes the bridegroom :- and conserving moistureat Suppose we could convince the men large groves are being planted. Graduate Optician of KI.&". Optical Crflee. V=
V .
New York.
and I guess whe feels sorry for him the time it is indispensibh to the who control capital that we sell 22,000- The Washington Navel seems to be

.I t! Fred. Gehlbach, engineer and Gus. New York Journal proper development of the crop. The 000 pounds of fish every year receive the leading budded variety,though.seed:. Daily Papers and Periodical, -:

I ,; Carlson steward on Com. C J. Clark's A good sup')ly of Bread. Cakes, and two-horse cultivator is preferrable $450o3o for them and the supply is in, lings find much favor. It is claimed G. V7. IDNER & SON,

.j ; 1 Yacht Alma this past season, together Pies always on hand at the Clematis where the large areas are involved exhaustible; how long before the ma- that fruit will ripen three weeks earlier let Door South Russell& Co.*Drug Rs l

t vita the wife of the former, left for their Avenue Supply Store. though the one-horse implements wil rine industries of this State would be than in California, and that the Arizona Seminole Block. Call on U i-3

l 1: homes in Brooklyn. N. Y. Tuesday. "\Iu, !" Mghed; the oyster, us he felt himself easily and thoroughly work five acres cultivatd? If we could reach the proper orange grower can supply the Northern

; being cooH'ed from the plate on th; end oft of cane per day, winch is fully doublethe parties with a plain statement of oar market in season for Thanksgiving sup. V
) Jchn Anderson, of Ormnnrt a property -t:1II kill I... ",\1 a..! This is an end to myhotes amount possible from the most successful facilities for the catching of crabs. plies. West E. H. !
: of getting Into good &oclt'ty.-InJian- Proprietor
} owner: on the Lake and Hs father, apolh Journal. use of plows. oysters, clams, etc., how long before Irrigation, of course is depended upon
,- Gen'l S. J. Anderson. of Portland Me.. -- When the marked- difference in the I our shores would be dotted with I while the soil is very fertile. As to the Palm -
.arrived in town last Friday night WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and "ish canning factories? Yet it is quality of the
Slopping jour Old Friend who wills surprise amount of available moisture secured to true that orange: nothing is said,
at the Palms over n-'gbt and goingup you with Bargains in the crop by the two methods of cultivation skill and a little capital here in these but if it is no better than the California

:j the Lake Saturday morning to visitN. Dry Goods Clothing and is considered the experience of Dr, lines of production would have: every it will not be able to hold its own againstthe Beach

of- W. PiUs at his island! home. They Gents' L'' UllllS h. Stubbs, of the Louisiana Station, on advantage over the Chesapeake. superiority in juice and flavor of the .'
left for the ( mgs..._......... S
t north again Tuesday. mom D. SINGER, Manager, which he bases the assertion '"that it is Should we not provide answers for the Florida frcit-Jacksonville Metropolis. ; Drug
II 1-12-vT Bridge street,Near JACKSOVILLE.FLORIflA'I l3ny.V I almost impossible to estimate correctly inquiries that pour in upon every officein "Papvr?" .. .-. .. -

It The the annual damage to the cane of this city? The plain history of the "Xo, :- '
"Queen" of Melbourne, Roy Mc- shall be really angry it you don't stop" crop my boy; I can't read." --Store.
this State the of operation of one farm in the State from "fun don't haveto :"
Fadden, Master arrived up the canal she ,'c1ared. by use tutu plows in its read. Yuh ean tell('01.
f Monday on its way home from a trip to ';.\ml U I do stop?" be inquired after kias- cultivation" seems entirely reasonable. day to day for one year would te devoured ors ean't ynh'r Truti.

the Bahamas. After laying in lug he t a aln. The frequency of cultivation must de. with aii avidity never accorded to the f

V :. it left thit afttrnoon to continue supplies its Then I shall be mad,"she declared' as she Inestled I! pend upon the season. The rule however most captivating romance, and such expositions Clematis -DEALERS IX-
down closer to hlm.-SeW' York Jour- I; Avenue
i journey by the inside route as Roy considered nal. should be to keep the surface soil of Florida's resources we
I ; 10 ._I _- I i should provide and furnish if we would
it safer to thorougly pulverized and friable and
keep a good strip of
high land between him and the possible Her Reason. I cultivate as often as it becomes compactat be true to our own interests and the duty Supply Store :: Drugs, Toilet Articles
ic'ked we owe State. Ex.
storms and Spaniards he might tr.eet if The young man up his hat and the sin face. V -.-. _
he took the outside route. louked sadly at the lining. In June or July the suckering shouldbe I The Camp Liar.-- ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, V

"There is no hope for rne"he asked finished and the growth so far advanced ---- -- J. D. MAThS Fine Stationery and
A letter from P. B. Ratclifle to THE faintly. and the ground so shaded that Hugh Hastings, New York State historian Proprietor.

Sex editor slates that the Messrs. J.Lamonti F, "None whatever," replied the beautiful further cultivation is unneccessary and wants a new officer added each Successor r t. BranninjBakery and Grocery Co)

C. II Bradlev ant! A. S. La- :, girl her eyes filled with compassion. the crop may be iaid by. regiment of the militia. He is to be My Motto--Quick Sales and Small ProGts Druggist SundrM

mood arrived at Billard v\nsb., on the I When he reached the door he turned ---- -- called the"recorder" and is to be a non- BaKery Goods

l6th inst and that the entire: party are j jI toward her again. Any county that is hesitating betweena cambatant and his duty is to be to write and Prscriptione Carefully Compound]

: now there an
between today the sSth and I send a committe to inspect Oeolacoun- made especially in time of war.
I May he said bitterly. .....My Specialty.Goods WEST PALM ItmU (I.1O')
'. 1st, for Copper diver Aa! ka. Their "What is that?" she inquired. ty's poor farm and find oat how a public Mr. Hastings is, in the practical mat- .

I I' Steamer is launchel, the machinery is "You have not told me that you wouldbe relief institution can be at the same ter, away behind the times. Every regiment of the delivered free to any Part
I placed and the supplies and equipment a sister to me." time a profitable income-bearing invest that ever existed has had such an All City or across the Lake. Gas. <

:I I are being loaded. The steamer is named "I thought that/'she rejoined hur. ment.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette.Mr. officer. That is, every regiment has hada Goods Orders First-Class Given Prompt Attention. Acetylene :,

the "C H. in riedly but man who did not fight and after V and Fresh. Highest Throw kerosene **
Bradley: honer of the ; I suddenly remembered." C. G. Powers party that have been the prices paid for away your lamps *
1 n seuior member the party, and cost "What"he asked, shortly as she spending the season over in the Roberts, battle, spent his time telling about the country produce.Buy use Acetylene Gas, the coming light J
of and the
I about $ ,ooo,.exclusive- of the labor of stopped."That I promised this residence left this morning for the north struggle. But hehas_ not been called a me I Willie you money. 61.97Sucserfcs put aoth in plants century.for private We are parties prcpa&t dj rejl|
morning to
il. after having spent a most enjoyable win- recorder he has been
Building her. marry your father."-Brooklyn Life. ter at this famous resort. ; known simply as ----- ----------------- sonable prices. Call and see ours tt o-J,
; the camp liar.-Rutland, Vt., Herald. for ho Zun. store and get estimates. :
3-24 G. \V. IDNER & SOS'

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