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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: May 5, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PERSONAL -PICKINGS come out ahead they gave up the trip I 'HERE AND THERE. j CORRESPONDENCE change the weather soon he will be invited TOWN TOPICS.

.' and came; home Friday, satisfied with ., -' ...-,... to come down off his perch. -:..- .. ,

People u They Come and Go-People what they had this time. Scraps of News About This and That btterestlng. Items. Gathered by Our Local Happenings From Our NoteBook

You May or May Not Know. Mrs. H. B. Saunders and daughter and Different Things. |Scribes Throughout the County. It is rumored' that all hands on the and From Other Sources;
'. is dredge will be laid off in a few days.
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Mrs. J. F. Morrison and Miss J. P. Par- "
,Qua. Gailliard spent a couple .of days Our Hypoluxo correspondent he LIXTOX LOCALS. The Christian Endeavor Society,.has
ker left for their Maine homes yester-
F..D.Miller and four of
in town the Utter part of last week. day.. hasn't time to write much-too manytomatoes Ensign men just bought a new communion table for
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--> ir -ffiff -s -T t. the Third Division .of !Naval Reserves
to pick; Uex T Geo. H. and wife left
Maltby Tuesday, Geo. W. Potter left by boat Mondayas b. arrived the last of last week and took up beauty.The .

for McPherson, Kansas, but will stop ort to his wife and 'Mrs. E. H. Lemon Ci'tyk{ has) organized a 'home j: quarters in the Life Saving Station, adjoining -

enronte at Hamilton .Mo.,_ for a _short Dimick as far as Rockledge and to attend guard with' a good membership and have Wright spent Thursday here which they are erecting a signal Saunders place opposite the Con"-:

Tisit. for ; seeing.G. mast and lookout Church is 'ln? the
to some business himself at Cocoa. applied guns. tower. gregatioual just now
,_ w 7 if. throes of attack of but
an improvement,
Mesdames B. H. Eimick, and: Geo..W. Si M. Storm and wife will run the' A Memphis girl has married 'a, man Lyman spent Saturday in West W. L. Widmeyer and T. J. Greer it is nothing dangerous.,

Potter left last Thursday morning for a Hyde Park Hotel at Waukesha Wis., named Iva Jagg. How she shave > Beach and Juno on business: came up from West Palm Beach last ,:'

y.. visit to the former's parents at Rock-, this summer, and of course want the loved him-Tampa! News. .{t Friday morning and went out to some Services next Sunday tJi'c gr&
ledge Tropical J Sun for their guests to read. f. M. Rickards and. J. A. Moore of hoars.
/ < Monday four vessels were reported as land owned by the former gentleman gational Church'at the''uS 1
-Ll fR'4' Boca Ratone were here Saturday.
A. A. Baldwln'andA'DentoD, Rock; ,M. K; Lyman who has charge of the passing to the south: and two as going but they returned to this place Saturday Preaching by the pastor morning asU

ledge paid a visit to this section last chain across the canal at the lower end north most if not all of them belong- Miss. Lilly, Laue went to Hillsboro Saturday and left for home,that same night. evening. Christian Endeavor serviceI'at

week, coming down I in the former's of the Lake was in town Tuesday for to private parties.All to spend a week with Mr and:Mis. 6:30 p. m.Annthertank.
launch. the first time in and The Home Guards of this place met '
nearly a year spent J.I?. Beck.
the schools in the county are now last night and elected H. car of gasoline'i arrivedthe
Thursday
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his time mostly in calling on old friends.
We are pleased to state ,that Mr. I* He reports the taking away of thedredge closed and everything educational ,panes Mill.erF.Tenbrook andP Grant, Captain; F. W McCurdy First first of the week' for the Standard

Marvin who has been confined to his boat"as leaving him without any matters will take a rest till the teachers Pederson went to Boynton Sunday Lieutenant;Harry DuBois, Second Lieutenant Oil Co. And superintendent Wiikinsoa
house for time is examination next month. had it promptly pumped into the storage
some rapidly conva shelter so that he will be obliged to move prospecting. and Geo. P. Buffett Sergeant, '

lesdng. the chain to Linton where it will here- Just before dark last Thursday a transport R. W Milburn and son William went and two.ran their membershIp' up to thirty tank at this place

Capt. McConnell came down from after be found across the ,canal at the steamer of good, size was noticed to West Palm Beach Friday with a boatload The Christian Endeavor Society ot'the

Jupiter last Friday in T. J. MacGills street crossing. During his absence from loaded with troops, ,,, southward bound. of vegetables.James Vessels of all kinds are continually to Congregational church"will bold a social
his'post of duty "Deacon" Rowan was under escort of a gunboat.The at residence of Anthony!
launch on a business trip to town re- I be sera moving up arid' down the coast the Capt
turning the same day. in charge and he also assisted in mow American has become Chambers went to West PalmBeach and they are not all government vessels next Tuesday evening at 730 oclock

ing the chain yesterday., flag more Saturday to purchase a launch by any means for the merchant service Refreshments will be served. A' unique
t dear than millions.
Guy I. Metcalf editor of the Tropical *.* ** Patriotism ever is to the our universal seventy sentiment and returned Sunday.W has not been suspended. as the many program.will be given. All are cordially

Sun is in Jacksonville in attendance ,on County School Board. vessels belonging that service that invited to share in the goodtime.. ,
the Grand Lodge K. of P. as a delegate PALM BBeca FUL with Amencans at present.-Ex. A. H. Hobbs and family moved to .
t are seen passing here almost<< daily goesto '
from the lodge in this city. May 3; IB9Sf Boynton Friday where they will reside show. : The big smoke south of town Monday i
Almost farmer can successfully
The regular meeting of the School any until the hotel is finished. __.p.. was a woods fire started by'a'couple':'(>l
I tobacco but there are few who
can
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Capt K. N. Dimick took a trip Board was held today. present, 'J. w, grow HAXGOXIA MDTTERIXGS. tramp sailors who went ashore to cooiC a
it that it will commandthe
properly cure so
Jacksonville the fore part of this week- Jackson Chairman;! W. Comstock W Jaines Chambers and Charles Kitten- meal and let the fire out into the woods

probably to get a little nearer to war best price in the market.-Gainesyillejjttn. gel;: came upfrom Boca Ratone Sunday, without attempdng.to. it. .-
'p stop .or evea. -
L. and Z. T. Merritt. .
!i Widmeyer .: _Supers! ___ _, ._ __ -- uTme raft which'arrived It is almost too up this 'waytoeven
tthe of lumber The
sources., He did'Dot take.his-gun ''intendent;; '- mutter now. slaying to help put it out. fife-

along. I I, The Superintendent presented the fol. Constant cleaning 'up will make an here Saturday. )II- started at the foot of Dr. Potter: ,wharf

1 lowing report: attractive city and bring more visitors.It Several of our junior home guard in Harry DuBois, of Jupiter was here burning up to and across the* county
W. Stone Smith and wife who have I
ben i!i "The schools have all closed aud reports will also promote health, which is their blue jacket garb'were at the canal Sunday.visiting'a lady friend of his who road, and quite near to J.: W. Davidson's

the Adams'spending residence the season on the as East usual Side at are all in except Nos. 10 and 24. paramount to all other. considerations. wharf to greet the iscayne' with the is, at present, stopping in this neigh and:]. W. CimstOck..s. dwellings; lint ,
borhood.
attendance for this Gainesville Sun. was Jought'off and kept from' damaging
their'home I The average year is greatest of patriotism.
left Tuesday morning for in
W I about the same' as last Some who been either of them. Capt. Ben Potter' took"a
The haye
Troy. N. Y. I year. parties lately Capt. ,C. E. Merchant, and daughter
schools have"increased. in attendance making free with the flowers and plants Mrs. H. Sterling accompanied by her Stella left'Wednesday by launch fora launch load of men down from toted

' Mrs H. Hill after a pleasant visit of while some" have fallen off. The total iu Mrs. Liner's garden had better be 'a daughter, Ethel went to Miami Saturdayto combined business and pleasure tripto and the neighbors all turned out and

r a week at U. J. Burkhardt's at Miami enrollment for this year is 726. The total little careful in the future and take this spend a few days with her husband, Daytona. fought the fire finally getting it under

returned to her home here at L. W. enrollment for last year was 717. Average advice, to keep hands off. of who contemplates leaving soon for.: Key control without its doing any more dam,

, nurth&rdt'. Monday. She had nothing attendance for this year about West. ... W. A. Avery and wife are moving age than laying waste some 15 or more

but words of'praise for the Bay Country, 465; for last year 467. With the abovei Health antidote: "Drink less breathe from the Geo. A. Gale residence over to acres of fine spruce pine land causing

', Miami included.F. i enrollment the attendance should be at more; eat less chew more; ride less, HYPOLUXO HAPPENINGS. the cottage on the Enoch Root place on them considerable anxiety and lots of

; I'I least 600 and the patrons are earnestly walk mort; clothe less, bathe more; -_"._- the East Side.J. hard work, and'forcing them'to" k ep'Ii

H. Woolston, representing the urged to look after the schools next i worry less work more; waste less give We are still shipping over car load of watch on it for a couple of days to keepit

Little Bros., Fertilizer and Phosphate year and see: that the attendance comes more; write less, read more; preach less, tomatoes from here each day.J. McConn has already taken some ; from getting out again:;
Co. of pineapples to town and has more nearly ..
Jacksonville .
was visiting this "
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up to the above figures, which will be prrctice more. -Metropolis.
section last week on Company business W. Porter fine ripe enough to take. It's the early pines
: above So per cent, while for this year itis'only&lper shipped some watermelons Home Guard.
and Mopped in THE SUN office to let us cent. I would The steamer Biscayne, that has beenon lu Palm Beach S...turday.Sex hat bring the best pts. -_ ,..
requestthat Chief'of
know of the success he was having. of the Cabbage Island ways for some '- -- Col. Winfield S. Proskey,. Acting
i the rent the school hall at hem
far work W. H. S .li.y and sisters, who havebeen for the wasb'ere
as is concerned we haveno Ordinance State
1 time for and
Ion City be used to improve the yard and impairing painting, was put
Superintendent E. B. King, of the I. in the hall. in the water last week and brought up more night. Work here is a occupying the Charlie Moore place last Friday arranging to supply arms;

O. T. Co. had a gang of men take up the place The some following lamps warrants issued to the railroad dock Friday to take ou certainty.L. this past season, left Tuesday for their accoutrements and. ammunition to the'
old cable across the lake north of the were home up on the Suwannee. Home Guards of this place.
during the month for the payment of supplies, etc. It left Monday morning C Oliver spent Saturday and Sun
bridge as it was of no further use here Proper bouds were made out and
south bound for the
teachers' salaries for the II heading being Bay day here looking after his interest in
A couple of carloads of lumber are already -
:5 and shipped it to Ft. Lauderdale the lat the lumber signed, and the Colonel promises that
{ SEVENTH MONTH country. _ camp.A
ter of last week where it will be : on hand for the canning factory here the latter of
part put W A H Hobbs, April 11._.___............$40 00 I and Messrs. and everything will be part
across New River. Iren lUcksrds April 13 ......_...._ ... 4000 Any complaints that school patrons railroad for Hypoluxo is certain. Carney Lamb are on this, or the fore part of next week. ,.
M HMMSt t Ann e E O Metealfe. __............... 4000 have to make against or objections to The Hypoluxo Transportation Company the spot and already breaking groundfor i Col. Proskey came up here from Miami .

L. S. Scroble Travelling 111 eight _........... _...... the plant
Maude Gee, April 13. 40 00 the teachers they have had the past session has already began work on the same. where he had been on similar bust!
Agent of the Clyde Line was visiting L F Kldner, ._...........__... .. 4000 be made in The road is
should to from the
now writing to run for the
this section yesterday in the interests of Rosa Furft,.. *prll 1 i...._ ....._ ......... 40 00 postoffice to H. Sanders having finished work for ness, and left for Jupiter same
that line. lie states that all vessels Eugene Lee, April 14.................. ._... 40 00 the school board by June 15th or the the railroad station. This fills a long- the season at Commodore C.J. Clarke's, purpose being taken up by Capt 1f M:
are Luba UeB gory,April 18.................... 4000 same teachers may be sent again and felt want. .. is now at home and helping his neiKh- Brelsford in his launch.
0 running on schedule time, and no fear of Mrs N I Jaa : Spanish attacks exist: and insurance has John S DavU April :'O__._............... 4000 bow at their odd jobs. As he is a good
: only been raised slightly on account of Mrs G B Stephens AprI122................. 40 00 likely to make any change.The JUPITER,JOTTINGS... workman and a handy man, he is never Ing a very warlike appearance all over

risks. J E Jones. April 22..__ ......._.._..,. 40 00 out of a job. the State, but everyone seeming: to
war A C Ugbtbourne. Jr, ApriL22_.__.... 4000 Tune meeting- of the School Board J. W. Cronk be says is his name, mean business, there befog> little or no

I' Capt. A. T. Rose and Robt. Thompson Anuie U Lightbourne .....;........ 40 00 will be held here on the 14th instead of As Jupiter weather man he get his fame; The norther of last Wednesday night bragging or bluster apparent.
left visit L F IHndry, April 22........_.. ..._.. ..... :)000 on the 7th which is the day for ,theteachers' But if he dont send us some rain on the fly took the steamer Eclipse down the Lakea
Sunday on a to friends in Lulu Angevine, ........_........._.;.... 40 00 examination Hell be sent to a place where it always is dry. --4'_ -
; the north. Capt Rose will spend several Mrs Edith Hunter April 24____.... 4000 at Miami. All ways all by itself, but she was quickly MY COUSIN JAN

weeks in Wankegan, 111., but both of Amy M Mann April 24 ._ ._._............ 4000 interested should remember the .places Mrs..T. J. Ziegler has moved into overtaken by the launch Pinta and r.

them expect to be back early this fall as Addle Lee Damon April 27...........__ 40 00 and dates-teachers' examination at and is now occupying the Rice brought back home without having re- Written for THE TROPICAL 8ux. .
cottage.A
Susan Sanders Apri121..................... 4000 Miami, June 7th; School Board meetingat ceived '
have deal of work damage.
they a great under Ada F Merrltt April ._.......__...... 50 00 any Despite all after suffering '
contract at the boat yard that will have Mamie M May April 30....._........_.... 4000 West Palm Beach, June 14th. quiet and pleasant little dance 'was About our vanished youth will cHilepreshn *
: be done time held at the Cabot House last Wednesday a and fragrance of eternal spring.
to by the next season opens. SIXTH MONTH. I It is a fact of some interest that of the ---_ The___ Colored____. __Tabernacle__ ________ Baptist Church Even while I sit here fublonlngThough'
Mrs S U Hobbs, April 18......_.............S40 00 night and enjoyed by all who attended.Mrs. feel again
School had Into speech I
ninety men in the United States Senate Sunday a picnic Tuesdayover
Prof. J. P. Berk of
Boynton, stop. Respectfully submitted, -
I. Ja. ped in last Friday on his way home Z. T. MERRITT Supt. more than one-third, or thirty-two are :: C. H. Birkner's brother, Earl on the East Side, which was well On From me the the fadeless happy breezes isles of blow"Ix>ng Ago.

from a trip in the upper part of the veterans of the civil war, and that two Scott, came up from Miami last weekon attended the proceeds to go for the
The following warrants issued benefit of the District My Cousin Jan from Antwerp came'
were School
of those thirty-two were also engaged in Sunday
State where he has been lecturing on a visit to his sister. That city dowered with the fame
Hawaii and illustrating his lectures with today for general expenses: the Mexican war. In the United States Convention. There were atom ISO in Of many a bright immortal Dame

Stereoptican pictures. He fine II T Grant,labor at ?.o13.. .... ............$ 3 50 Congress today the Southern veteran Ism Harry DuBois spent Sunday down on attendance at the picnic, including the Within the grand cathedral there

weather good sized and appreciative reports M Umber r, nail......_..........,..., ....... 88 excess of the Northern veteran! The Lake Worth and arrived home Monday band, and a good time was had by all. Amid the tapers. yellow flare

' audiences and a very enjoyable and Paul 13 Jones and, 14 scavenger.............work............Nos........12.... 0 00 Confederate veterans have shown the morning with nearly all of that lonesome The arrangements were in charge of And deep a toned pictured organs sculptured solemn face blareIs .
many
' prosperous trip. lie will probably later I I T N Gautler.scavenger work Xos 18 people of the North that they are as I look gone from his face. Rev. J. A. Wanamaker the pastor; Superintendent Shedding lustre on the place.

in the make another tour and 20............._._........_M ...?._.. 8 00 loyal vo the stars and stripes as any man Philip McDonald; D. G. While the staled priest intones his prayer
season
in the towns that taking Z T Merritt postage and Ink............... 1 73 who lives under it.-Ex. Telegraph Superintendent E. BKing's Logan, 1st Teacher; Lovett Keddick, 2d And the choristers chant in vestments fair.
mostly he failed to Lalnhart & Potter lumber, :\013...... 8 53I These faces murmur: "Once were here'Matsys
continued Teacher and Robt.
absence from home it Holland 3d Teacher.
visit this time. I I t J W Comstock mileage and per diem... 2 60 Rubens and Vandyke,the mailer.
A had down is said has
picnic been
pleasant was on
i I W L Widmeyer, mileage and per diem10>> owing to some cable They stood here once and thought upon
)si Chts. R. and H. Dale Miller Lee Z T Merrltt, salary for April.............. :50 00 the grounds of W Malian a few miles laying he had to oversee down at New Cocoanut Grove reports a Home Guard The happy heaven to which they're gone.

Russell and Roy Han ley started Wed- J W. Jackson: mileage and per diem... 17 00 south of town last Saturday by a fam- River. there with about 60 members. Capt. Not far from the church Is the iron weD.

, ncsday evening. for a trip to the Bay in Rlrhard Burgls rent No 23._ __ 25 00 ily party consisting of J. H. Hill and Of wbich they this strange story tell
d Fred Matthams, rent :No 16_..........._.. 3oo The Weather Bureau Signal Station Hayden a retired nrmy officer is in How with one hammer one iron bar t
Frank B. Everett's sloop "Cupid, but wife R. Cothron and wife aud J. S. Sun- command assisted Lieutenants
On motion rents of Lemon City school here has been co-operating with the by Baggs Quentin Malaya wrought wort II rare '
they upset before they were hardly day and wife to which added at J
were and Gardner with Dr. W.
J. Jackson chalice silver shrine.
be Navy Department for'some time in furnishing As golden or
hall to applied' to the improvementof -
started, so they came home after dry dinner time, \V. Mahan and J. N. Par news of the shipping A. A. S. They have filled out the necessary The curves. the leaves, the tendrils fine,
-- clothes aDd a night's rest and then the yard ker. Boating on and fishing in the freshwater passing bond already and sent for their Delicate and perfect in every line. ,,
The Board adjourned.Z. Jupiter. Out of stern iron the artist brought,
righted and bailed out the sloop, and lake was successfully enjoyed and he
Doctor has
T. MERRITT, Supt.J guns. Jackson says not The subtlest graces of his thought.
started again Thursday, managing to W. JACKSON, Chairman.The such a good time generally had that all The continued dry spell'is causingour ,ordered stretchers and other hospital -E.H.S.

itt reach the foot of the Lake without any [ financial statement of the Board concerned would like very much to go weather man to be very much dis- supplies, as he don't think they will be

of Ida mishaps, but, as the wind had will be published next week.-ED.] again and to the same place, liked and it is rumored that if he don't needed. S R SOP100 fo ',1A o STm.
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_ T. {t! t irDpitnI: 1ttI : -AFTER.. NEW' ,THINGS. Before A tbe BURST'Flutter WATER Cornea:=ATE PIPE. -' : T TA 2

1 'There has been and is quite a great Water' TfcatJaint.To -

I t tt deal being i said in'the'papers all over those of us who are blessed with f

I tlUY I. METCALF the country regard to raising su comfortable houses over our beads and < ,. '
t EDITOR. Goods; *
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full coal cellar and larders wherewithto New
( gar beets und nearly, _every paper : Spring ..
maintain the.warmth in, onr bodies "
HEMHER OF seems to adfocate'raisin the. beets J
, the worst of winter's woes. probably
and putting a factory in_ its own
Florida Press Association. op a burst water pipe. But in this catas-

, AFFILIATED WITH immediate nelgbborhood.Occasionally trophe one need not relapse into helpless & Co

t National Editorial Association. we, run' across a waiting for the coming of the plumber. Kohn Furchgott z

per income of the Southern States An energetic householder cot of his experience ,

t f that raises objections and!, advises recommends meeting the emergency TYY .

i i SU8SCRIP1ION: its readers not to be carried away as follows: Millinery and Clothing House in the State have Instock'and
Goods Carpet
One Tear,in advanc*,. ......, _....$2.00' The Leading and Largest Dry Goods. includingForeigu and Domestic
s ":-' ? by the hurrah, and not to go into it When a frozen spot is discovered receiving large quantities of New Spring
1 Six: Montbi,In advance, ._.._ .11.00 are daily White India" Linens Checked Natnsooks Prints
and this will most be foundat Goods
Wash
;I Tint Months.la advance.._..._ COITIUSHKO at all without fully investigating the frequently Dress Goods Silks, Organdies tancr: which are offered 'now at our Popular Low
a bend or a depression In the pipe L Notions, Laces Embroideries, Straw Hats, Etc.. .
Hosiery,
i'i'm 1 flatter iu all its bearings.One direct by us, such as Silks DresS Goods Linens HosPacts.
It where the flow of the water ia checkedthe ", A large quantity of goods are imported

1 ZTKBT THCH3DAT AT WEST FILM Florida paper claims it is foolishness pipe should be examined at once iery and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application.line of Spring as low prices as -

I j IUCII.DADE COtnlrTY, FLOKIDA.EKTIZKD to talk about trying to raise and if still found intact the ice shouldbe To oar Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and and complete the usual Cash : GoodsBred. We solicit the

I : sugar beets when we have plenty of melted by the external application 'any house of in the the merchants United States throughout Liberal the Terms Stat. assuring them that we shall givepatronage them very lowest pos.flble .
of hot cloths or a hot "flatiron and
] AT TUB Post OFFIC IW WEST PALM other known industries that are the sooner this is done the better, as'the prices. . .i MI
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AS SECOND-CLASS MATTE
more profitable and simply need further obstruction will
gradually spread along Gents' Furnishings
line of Clothing
developing. It claims that it is the pipe in both directions. We are showing a large and elegant .

,, Pioneer Paper of Dude County,and the Oldest very doubtful i if[ sugar beets can be If the pipe has burst, it should first Carpets, Matting Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Trunks,
Publication on the East, Coast of
of all be far '
emptied
so as possible by
raised here and in Low Prices.
placeof at
Florida between Tittmvllle profitably, opening all taps which are lower down Etc.,
and Key West. with them i ' ' ' YTYYYYTTT
I I trying to do anything than the fracture. > > > .f try '

suggests that the thousands of,acres .The ingress of water from the cisternor

,: Bert'Advertising Medium on the Mat Coast | of land adapted to raising sugarcane tank should next be prevented by .. .- "Koto Furchgott & Co., :. "
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of Florida. driving a wooden plug, round which a ,
: be utilized, for cane will gr where piece of old duster or similar materialhas '" ,0. .

I and can be raised at a prr.fit. been wrapped into the end of the i- :, Jacksonville, Fla. _

J HDBRAB for Commodore Dewey I It i is in the States North and West, pipe where it projects inside the cistern. 102197.m. ,

1 j ?', utl where: sugar cane can not be raised, This should not be driven'in so tight as T .

1 to be difficult to withdraw. I 9
"Oca GOUSTBT, may it ever be that they are raising sugar beets .
r The ice in the pipe may then be melted .
I right, "bat our country, right or 'and the profit from them seems to as already described a pail or a bath I J -

: -t 1. wrong run from about an average ofentyfive being placed underneath the crack to

u tw dollars an acre down toothiug. catch the water as it falls and when !

THERE A PROBABILITY that either the pipe has been quite freed from ice DEALER
.
few
, In a exceptional cases,
some State or United States and water the crack, if the pipe be madeof E. GRUBER HARDW ARI
the have exceeded
\ apparently. profits lead or "composition," con be "very IN...
troops will be sent here
as a garrison the above but these
sum, nearly closed by gently tapping the pipeat

1 to help protect us in case of necessity. cases are rare, and some farmersave both sides so as to draw the fractured

{I i ; : ."'" hIv found it unprofitable and have edges gradually together again.A : and Crockery

SPITE of the don't watertight joint of a temporary
war forget to given up their culture and gone to I
I nature can be made by forcing some
'f( make. a display at the Omaha Expo raising something else. white lead mixed with boiled linseed oil Glassware,Lamps and Lanterna

t .ition to,help attract immigrants to One question comes up in regardo (called at the paint shops simply Gw cmrwooaa,TED Pl.W All Kinds of Boat Goods. '

,this section-they will beaU the,more t _sugar beet raising, and that is. "white lead") into the crack and binding Stores Tin ware,Doors Sash sad 3> ''a.

needed if we get killed off., why it ia for the Northern the whole pipe tightly round with
.. necessary strips of muslin, and to hold this in All Kinds Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goo i!
""'" and Western states to into the
go place the tape coated with India rubber Gasoline Stares. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stores

TOBACCO CAN be raised here successfully sugar:; making business at, at the solution, sold in rolls for the use of cyclists Harrison Bros.'Ready Mixed Paints.

: bat onr growers should not most a very small J profit to ,them- in mending punctured tires,will .._ l&gaU Orders Oltron Prompt Attention. I14j7::

try to raise too big a crop the first selves, when the Southern states be found very handy.If "" ::'
)
the is of iron the of the
pipe edges
season, unless they know where could furnish all the neededin cj--
they
'I sugar crack cannot be brought together by any I LEGAL NOTICES.
a can get it properly cured or can do this country, and more too,if they. amount of hammering, and the white- PROFESSIONAL CARDS'ATTORHEY.AT.LAW. .

G It as it should be done themselves. would? lead stopping is in order.' When this

The United States uses millions of f temporary stopping is fixed, it should I. METCALF, De NO'tIC2 01' APPLICATION 1IOP n. U
be left for W
some ht.urs-ss1 during a
DISCHA5.GB.
1 BY A BECEST DECISION of the Mis dollars worth of sugar more than i is night-to "fif t" hard. The plug' inside YOU

souri Court of Appeals a firm is at present produced within her borders the cistern may then be removed. r Notice Is hereby given that Six Months :

i I obliged to fill an order given to its and it looks as if the people of I If the joint is successful an extra; practice in County NOTARY,Stan PUBLIC.Will and Federal. KNOW -' Dade this date County I shall,Florida apply to for the final County dischargethe Jodge.fze' et|

,; traveling salesman at the figures the; country had been waiting and amount of felt or other covering shouldbe Courts. administration of the Estate of WlUUsi!
round the .for the LAND CASES A SPECIALTY..
wrapped bandage,
agreed to by him, in other words, waiting for the South to supply the spot is probably one more exposed than 'Office in TBOPICAL Sine Block:,. That the Parkin,late of Dade County,deceased.
KATE B. P.uKI: ,
West; Palm Beach, Dade County, londa.EORGE
that a firm is demand but have be-
responsible for, and finally they the rest of the pipe. Ash

must fill,a bill at the figures given by come tired of waiting any longer, .. West Palm Beach,Fla.February 14 tea, :.
G U. KOBBINS. WAITER 8.GRAHAM.
any of their drummers. and rather than buy foreign Care of House Plants.
sugar, & GRAHAM CO., Equitable LifeOf'
...tiTHE are.going ahead to produce it them Indoor plants want a great deal of at ROBBINS TEACHERS' EXAMINATIOS..

selves. tention during the winter months ATTORNEYS -AT. LAW,
TEACHERS' SUMMER Training Fires, gas and even lamps tin the room Will practice in all the courts' State and Examination will be held at Miami SeW'
Scboola to:be held by the State will Why the people of the South are all contribute a certain amount of dost F7 detwl. Special facilities tor examining and Now York House on Tuesday Jane 7th. 1858. open tae rA i

standing idly by and allowing which settles the 'alm leaves perfecting land titles. applicants for first second and third grade
t begin opening this month. According things on etc., We have closed our West Palm Beach office<
,to teach in the of
public schools 1M-,
and both their business from the Lake Worth section or
impairs and is Any
to in this it is hard to beauty
to a circular received from State Superintendent go along way northern part of Dade Courty should be referred State of Florida according to the laws "
of Public Instruction say, for there island enough in Flor- harmful to the plant All thick leaves either to our Titusville or Miami office, Wrote Over$15ooooooo.oo ing uniform examination. ThU will -
; should be carefully dusted and washed and will receive proper attention.
Wm N. Cheats the ida, to say nothing of any other Titusville,Brevard Coduty.andMiamlDade be the only examination this year. ,
.one for the white with a soft moist cloth or brush. The By.order of the Dade County School Board. '<
Florida. 10-21-97
teachers iq thU section will be held part of the South, to produce all the more delicate foliage should be syringedtwo County 5-3'3t z.T. MEBt1TT. -:

at Tituaville, but the date of cane needed to make sugar enough or three times a week, but the jet FRANK:W.POPE. D.C.CAMPBELL. I '
for all the in the United of the apparatus used must not be too I
I opening 'will be given later The people States violent in its action. The earth in the pOPE & CAMPBELL, New Insurance NOTICE OF CONTEST.

1 tchool for our 'colored f teachers will and ha.tplenty to spare, and no experimenting pots, too is liable to cake and harden
is ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW During U.s.LAMD orrxci AT GA'n81'ILLI, FLA,; .
needed risks
open at Palatka on May 9th, next or any in spite of regular watering, this being March 8, J8iI L *

week Monday. These are the nearest run in raising it, and the profits will again due to the artificial heat to whichit 111 East Bay Street, 1897. by Complaint Bristow; having William been against entered at Cosmos this e oti

schools but be gr.'ater than Northern and Western is exposed. The remedy is very simple 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Bud for abandoning his Homestead EaNII. *'
any teacher can attend and merely consists in breaking up :35,777. dated September 23, it!!!>5, apes tilt.
,, u... school for their ,own cols .r. farmers can make on raisingcorn the earth all round the stem of the .. E% ;'I SV 3(, Sec.S4,1'1) to s. ntJttiof MW
Section s; South au,. Ea+ ,'
I. TT C. HOOD M. D.. Township 41 U a
..... wheat potatoes or even sugar plant with an old blunt knife carefully Has Wow in Dado County, !Florida with a view to tea, _
S cancellation or said ,the said parties 1ft'
entry
beets. avoiding bruising the stem, of course.
RULFS OF WARFARE are against PHYSICIAN AND SURBtON. hereby summoned to appear at JunA. Imo. _
f bombardment It is well enough once in a while t 0 Life Insurance in betore the Conuty Judge" ,on eke -
or attack on unfortified GUM PrroF+p>t1. Office and Residence near Royal Poinrlana 9th Day of May, 1893,
try new things just to see how they -*
l towns, but usage and tendency Everybody knows all about, pokerwork Hotel.PALM BEACH. 12-1-97 Force ofOver I It 10 o'clock M.,to respond aad furnish t*.'_
still do iu this State, but as long as tim>ny coacerniBt. alleged abandon
1 are in favor of it. It is also said to on wood, but there is another The tae will bu heard' at thU office Mav Silt.

be, the. rub, where the town is fortU we have land on which we can raiseall branch of the subject which thosewho, E. NY.- PUGH, M. D., 1898. J. M BAilCO. KextoWT
N.O.
WAIXRIGUT.Keceifsr. sal ,
the to nothing about are possessed sufficient ambition can
fled sugar say
to merely attack the fortifications PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
take up which almost excels in artistic

} anti} nut the town, but the'practice the tobacco, cassava pineapples andSea beauty and certainly does so in novelty Office in rear ol Dimiek'a Drug Store. .950000000.00 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION _

j has ftteen and the tendency is tot Islitnd! ,cotton needed in the the older form of the art. Quite lately Residence-West Side of Olive Street, 3 Doors .,
I
r South of Clematis Avenue LAND OFFIC: AT GAIKESTIUK,
I ; United States, and some to spare, glass pyrography has been invented And Has
,
attack ( Puj.
t both. Such being the case 3-2tHG) WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. April ii.,: .
I I i there is no need to :go seeking after and thus quite a new field has been Notice is hereby given that (he ; -,
Uncle Sam had
better harry up and a eked settler has filed notice of his inieatiM to '
l It strange gods. opened in this fascinatiing style of dec- proof in support of his claim sod '.
... tend us our big guns so, as we run orative work. It ia explained in the New j> B. POTTER, M. D., that said proof will be made before Ckrfc -.
Ii Surplus coif Court Jnno. Fla! on May 28, tAgb, fit: .
'
York Herald
l lI as much or more risk unfortified as that in the newer form of -
NOT UNHEALTHY. Edley.Jackson Davis. of 8ewall', Point
.r fortified defend pyrography the burning process is exactly 8-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAT
I ? : we can ourselves i if Over Fla.,H.I.
for the Lot Sec. 31 Ar
23,753. 4. a Tp. '
t I attacked and not be compelled' to the same as in the old, only the R 42 E.an.| Lot 5. See. %S.Tp. 38 C*ft E
1 An issue or two ago we remarkedon platinum point is made many degrees A. PUGH $48,000,000.Strongest He names the following witnesses to prow

b t. give up without firing a gun. there being no danger to pel'tionsC'omiD hotter for the glass. Indeed it can of his said continuous land viz residence: upon and cultlwUoa '

here in the Snmmertimefromthe scarcely be too hot to accomplish the desired DEN TIS T, W. R. Walker, Rr.,of SewaU't. Point FUu

: XOT PAY EXOUGH. effects of the climate as ifc was as result, and therefore it needs to be Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty WR.J.Smith Walker,of Gomez,Jr... ,Fla... M
of special hardness. This being the case, Local Anaesthetic Trued in Extraction: J B.Bollard,
healthy or more so in Summer as it dealers have placed on_the market points of Teeth. Comp'yIn "14 W. G. ROBINSON.Kexiater.
1 I The me raters of the County School Teeth Extraeted Without Pain. -
i was in Winter, and an extract or of a special quality for glass pyrography. OFFlCE-4th Door from Coq Clematis A TC. '"
: Boards all over this State get no two from other and Olive St. the World NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
papers was publishedstnt 72.9G WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. I
ul1t'yonct no for their workex A Nice Hot Dish.
pay in that such was the fact. LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE Fuuf ..
cept mileage from where live to Wash and boil about 2 pounds of April s, 1898. I
they po- One
Some of us know it is so from L T. DANIEL Any Contemplating Notice Is hereby given that the ToStowiBr
1 : the of tatoes. When cooked, draw and let cool. named settler h fifed
< InteatkB
place meeting: and return, and+1 actual u notice of his "
i experience and from that of Then remove the skins and slice the potatoes DENTIST, Insuring His to make final proof in support< bis d-da. tad. -
so much a day for the day or daysf that said proof will be made before Clerk Cir -
I our neighbors. We know of one family finely. Cook the slices in a little cult Court
at via '
that the board in session. butter. Cut COCOA,.INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA 1-18-88 Her Juno. Fla.,on June lit llI9dt :
about one-half
of or
of
i cor.eisting man, wife and five up pound Life Judqe B. Isle, of Neptune fla?
Boron people claim that this is pay small)) children that ham into dice and cook over a quick Hd. came directly, Should 2J.5 the NEK of SEtf, Sec.>>, Tp.41 '
fire. Have well buttered WALLACE B. MOSES Write to the s.. R.
'i enough, while others think they i ready a plain .. 43 E. k
here from a far northern State He 11s ,
arriving pudding mold, line the bottom and sides names the following witnesses to prove
ought to t IN paid more a* they have Successor to A. W. Robert Underst ned.COUPON. continuous residence upon and cultivation eI ,
just after the middle of April with potato add a layer of the ham, said land viz:
considerable to see to and think of of tomato REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE L H.Fisher! of Jupiter. Fla "
and they not only were not sick, but a layer and proceed thu%. till A. M. Field.; of
outside of just the days they are in f jftVred no inconvenience the mold is filled. The last layer"should Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also E.Peterson. Jano... Fla.N
on accountof West Palm Beach Water Works.
attendance on the board. be of potato. Bake half an hour in a NOTARY PUBLIC. C. A. Woodruff' "
the change of climate and 4-zs W. G.ROBI SOS. Register.
everyone Clematis Avenue, Olive
moderate oven. Tarn out on a hot dish near Street.
The following, from the Florida of them in 3-e.197 West Palm Bench. Florida.GUY .
improved health. and
serve with tomato sauce. PEREZ F. HUFF
School Exponent, favor paying On iiiis same subject the Tim ea- } Manager, M. D. L. DODSON.

I them and shows one way doing: so: Union and Citizen of Jacksonville Cigarette Smoking Among Women. I. METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y.,

.- Of all people who serve: the public, says The: of A fashion writer in The Jewelers' NOTARY PUBLIC Jacksonville, Florida. -
exigencies war will
necessarily Circular tells that there
to
oar County Boards of Public Instruction appears For the State Florida
the of at
require in Large.
presence Florida be no doubt that cigarette smoking I would like to
receive :
Miami
occupy perhaps the most important o'f thousands of strangers The Deeds, Mortgages Leases and Contracts an example Florida.
and certainly the most trying impression prevails in the minds of i among women is on the increase. In any Drafted.Conveyancing of your NEW POLICY 8285.
event cigarette a Specialty.
cases are now made ex
and unenviable position, and many who are not familiar with the pressly for the fair These AU Work Guaranteed Legally Correct adapted to BARBER SHOP
facts, that Florida is an unhealthystate sex. cases are Office iu TROPICAL Sex Block. my age.I SEMINOLE
vet they receive no compensation in the smaller and lighter in weight than
summer season, that malarial West Palm Beach, Dade County, Florida.
beyond. poor pitiful "per diem ) and other diseases are pre those designed for men. The latest thing D. M.GEACBIDBAU, Manager,
born
was on the...........
and mileage!" They should have alent to such an extent as to cause out in this line is a case made of corkand day of FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL WORK

I sole charge of the County School serious apprehensions. Nothing mounted in silver or gold. FRANKLIN SH$$ I. GEO. O. BUTLER New Furniture-Eyerythlnx Neat

Fund, and tbe percentage 0: that could There be is farther no more from healthful the fact. state -SHEEN & BUTLER.- I ....................................18......... and Clean.

fund that now goes to the County in the Uuion than Florida at all seasons Deviled Mutton. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Shop ruder Seminole Hotel.
Slice the cold meat neatly into equal t West Palm Beach.: FU

Treasurer should be divided among pleasant of the and year.far The more summers agreeablethan are sized pieces and lay them for an hour in Lands legally Office at subdivided West Palm and Beach K a m e........................................ -
them. If there is the for map fur
necessity in the interior states. It is not a mixture of 2 tablespoonfuls of oil to a ni>>hed. Selecting and grading lands, locat Acetylene Gas
.I the existence of school boards, it only safe, but beneficial to spend teaspoonful of vinegar, a spray of ing and estimating timber a specialty. Care.

1 U because there !is some necessary season iu Florida at any time of the a ley and 2 or 3 peppercorns. Drain pars and ful and correct by wort mail receive guaranteed.prompt All arts communications 'Address.................................... use Throw away your kerosene lamps and of .'
Acetylene the
f work for them to do; if they render year. There need be no fear to roll the slices in bread crumbs mixed tion.. Mau and Blue Print at Lowest Prices. 10-21-97 the aoth Gas coming light to ;
WEST PALM We prepared
BEACH. FLA. 117.95Try centnry. are
come to Florida.
t, valued service, they should be paid have their homes Many in thousandswho this with cayenne pepper, broil these slices put in plants for private parties, at reasonable
state over a clear fire and serve either with prices. Call and at gUt
accordingly. prefer the summer season, THE SUN for Subscribe! for see ours
I mustard or with a good Job Work. Tie Soi store and get estimates.

j 3-24 G. W. IDNER & SOX.I '
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THE' TBOPICAL. SUN WEST PALM BEAOH. FtOBlDA THURSDAY MAY'5,1898.s. .. :;
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.. -=t I I SAMUEL- B: UIUJUU. 'CXAE8HCB GB4ILLEa.i ..

I : i"t'> .. ; RE OLDS & .mrfiL k 4" .' : ;..< J : Established US,!. 1 _4- ;;
f Tor } ; -
l the, ..:' 3eaeflt.'of Defeated Candidate r! -'
For Office Llnkletg. I. V (', : 4-\.1 i.1 L t4'iI..L tf

y; Qr at Uembcrsof lodges'who;'feel aggrievedbY WHOLESALE ANDETAIL. DEALERS IN : 'S 'B MILLER & CO;-:*">5r%
,
being defeated for office,and who man. .. r 1 ;
fest It by absenting ,themselves from the ." ( r, 1.< "" rft... l"'P'' !' d1f1! :3' o

lodge meetings'or by making unkind remarks c WHOLESALECommission :
EASTERN STAR. against,the successful candidates:: fqX 1i iGif$ 'S,31

or resorting to questionable efforts to trip- p : Sa Fish Dealers
embarrass the officers in the :
'A Member the Order Who BM Been pIe or new ; ,
Highly Heaored-Twiaklc discharge of their duties,do not exemplify '
In a high degree' the spirit of Odd ; ., i .. 'No. 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
There are few members of the order whore very :J :, ,
better or more favorably known than Fellowship nor do they follow the golden g, G l' n .

.Mr*.Louisa Lyon Johnson of Minneapolis. rule teaching. To have an honest and ?: ': .L.; 'ttrIf.; Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
worthy ambition to.rise in' the order Is
She S* a native of Pennsylvania and
Mackerel Blue Fish, Etc. .
united with the ;O. E. S. in Harmony commendable and to succeed is gratifying, ', SERVICE TWICE A DAY.- < -1.
chapter Minneapolis In 1886. Mrs Johns but if defeat turns us away from the lodgeor _. ,, '-. : 'ff' -- i :.'. ..'. '; References Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Flab
causes bitter feelings toward the successful _eteredto the best'tradejast? ear.....and Dealer in the United States.

means nothing rival, then more our than Odd a selfish Fellowship ambition are fully! prepared 'to do so*this season.--;;.' : t,it' rat-Stencils famished on application. ll-18-3ia

:( / j for office.-Odd Fellows Herald. .. .- -.

A withdrawal .card ,keeps, membershipalive .
s I IitE3. for one year, but. it must be deposited SPECIAL ATTENTION ; ; FLORIDA
before expiration to make membership POPE & /UCLAlftWeJACKSONVILLE
continuous.The ,_. -
I IS GIVEN TO"ORDERS FROM .
Pennsylvania Odd Fellows' Old
folks' home, located at Philadelphia is
". Fruits and Produce
supported and managed by an associationof : "The Ef'Sid
e.
103 lodges and encampments represent.Ing ..... .
a membership of 16,300. It has 63 Inmates "
and has assets over all liabilities of WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 114.97 Commission Merchants.

S76.03.. ..
The Illinois Odd Fellows'Orphans'home ". Fancy Grades of Bnttfttt and Cheese-

contains 157 inmates, and the services of a -
If yxnt are thinking of irrigating ijonr: truck farm, / -
physician have not been required this wln- .
Solicit Your Easiness.
We
:
: IRRIGATIO' N' pineapple field or orange grote,:send me size of.area
ter.While wish to cover and fall.information of
the beneficiary feature of the order you whatyou'want'andIwillbei We only wlidt the business of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumera-ther
: : glad, to furnish _all information should bur from their home dealers. 1 11-97
is perhaps the strongest link In the deSired and give estimate of cost. ,
chain it will not do to lose sight of the

tratemal61de. J. G. CHRISTOPHER .;- ..
See that brother is not need. ,.
.LOUWK LYON JOHSSOS.on your poorer i T TITIT H ((1 fl TT n New DOuse; best Accommodations on theft
ing the "necessaries of life. ,If thy broth Machinery and_ Mill:Supplies.
erred her chapter as worthy matron er be fallen, assist him to rise. 7 .' I H Hr ilill lili TEL I I East Coast; table first-class. and every
and the grand chapter, grand Irrigating Machine a Specialty.io2197 .
as correspondent We have no more devoted and faithful Hu 1 ILLlUU.U convenience and comfort; hot.and cold
and ai grand worthy matron. At JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ;
the recent Installation of Minneapolis chapter workers in Odd Fellowship than the women ... baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto

of which aha ia now a member she of the order. the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
installed her husband worthy'patron. : Aa The Indications are that 1898 will be a 7 .. : .
|n evidence of the esteem in which Mrs. banner year in Odd Fellowship. Can you ; 0 fFr"11t1 Ternus'Moderate.'J.L.JENSEN .. -
Johnson la held. is noted that nearly every not secure a good candidate for your lodge OurStyles. : '

chapter in Minnesota baa elected her The membership of the order fn Rhode' i SpriQ _'N *?<= ', .. -! .. Proprietor 'f; .
an honorary member. Island in,the subordinate lodges on Jan. 1 .. .. .
There are 86 chapters of the Order of was 6,329;; in the Rebekah lodges, 2,564. :+; '*' -.t>-i! JENSEN, BBEYARD COUNTY. FLORIDA..

the Eastern Star in Connecticut a Is the Rebekah lodge to be the leading '. ; '" f< ; t'jDon't ;
fail when the Indian River. ,
to at viaiting
total membership of 2,848, a gain of 175 branch of the order If the present growth f* .' ..... t stop Jensen .
last year. l. rate continues, it will'not .be many years r'.'
During the 18 years' existence of Vesta until its membership will outnumber that fo' (Den's, Wear } .-
chapter Massachusetts 16 members have of the subordinate lodges. .'

died. 'Tuna'lodge of Bradford has a member Ire all ,,in. The largest and handsomestline '

In Michigan there are 14,957 membersof ship of 284 and assets amounting to |10- of Woolens in the South.. Best work, LITTLE BROS.
the order In 174 chapters, net gain last 650. -
year 1,817, best finish best fit and lowest prices. .Suits i

" Nebraska made a net gain of 245 last MASONIC. ;-.m-- tojorder: $12.00, $13.50, $15.00, $6.oo, 8

year;present membership 4,449 in 90 chapter $18.00,.$20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and up. ; Fertilizer plosplateomp YI
The Right to Material. % "
Reject Improper ,
PANTS-$2 75, $ .00,$3.50, $4.00, $s.oo, -
Trestleboard
The order of the Eastern Star had its Designs. >
Florida.
and Jacksonville -
$6.00, $7.00
birth in the great heart of Masonl1.MACCABEES. The landmarks and the regulations of up. ; ,
Freemasonry give to every Mason tho ,
means to enforce prohibition. The black MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Sasnples: 'and Self-Self-Measurement Blanksent

ball is the right of every honest true !on application.;_ .. < If you are requiring Fertilizers for 0
Mason to'use. to reject Improper materialIt .
Splendid Showing York BM of the Basset.The Order. In New is not a right to exercised except for : Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to .
one object tho protection of the craft from Popular Price Tailor
Empire Stata leads membership the direful results of accepting men unworthy L I V'lThe us and we can give you more' value e-
: /
Dumber of certificates issued, net gain in of Masonic fraternlty.Keystone.Thel1rs't .
membership and number of new tents or three degrees contains all of tho lain St Jacksonville .- -. for your money than any other Manufacturer .
ganlzed. At the beginning of 1886 she 1 FtT >:
fundamental of the Dealer this State
principles fraternity.Love in
was the third in the list of states under : or or .

supreme an jurisdiction advantage and over during both Ohio that yeargained and and reverence for the for order the never church.displaces The love two I' We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and Pressing \>-28-97". from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

Pennsylvania. The lead then taken ebe has move together, both for the same end-
prices etc. to above address. 1142-97
,
maintained each subsequent year, grad the elevation of the character of man, and .
ually increasing the distance,and now hasa a nearer approach to the fullest realizationof
membership of 11,370! in excess of any man's responsibility to his Creator,.

other state in the supreme tent. The average membership of Connecti
NEW SEMINOLE HOTEL
It's a remarkable fact that the years of cut's 109 lodges is 157. The largest lodge Ocean Steamship Company
hard times just passed have brought to the is Hiram, No. 1, with 768.

Maccabees greater progress than any like There are five commanderies of Knights .
period in the history of the order. Templars in Florida. Only Brick Hotel in Town. "SAVANNAH LINE.."

AH Maccaboe signs are good but one of An officer of a chapter, having acceptedand :' "
the best just now evident in Ohio is the been installed in his office, cannot resign WEST PALM BEACH, FLA: : ;

unusually.large number of calls for pub. during the period for which be was f' v -A* ; Florida <
lie meetings. The meetings held duringthe elected-Georgia. 1897 Has-recently been comoleted, built in the most substantial -
winter thus far have averaged the ,The grand master of North Carolina decided TUE, SEIIINOLE manner and, elegantly furnished; situatedon To New York f And Boston.. :
largest and most enthusiastic in the history -, that a Mason's widow having married '
high ground'fronting Lake Worth and c commanding amagnificent'uno5structed
of the great camp. one not'a Mason, forfeits all claim view frtxn dine ions. : : : A Short Kail ELide to Savannah, Thence
Illinois has made a grand stride during upon the order for assistance.A each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes ,all 4

1897, having increased from 11,156 members lodge may try any of its officers ex Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Rates A Short Sea Voyage. >\.
at the close of 1898 to 13,283 at the cept its master for official misconduct or ,
close of, 1897. This shows a- net gain of other Masonio ofI'ense.-Grand Master of : $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Heath. Sailing from Savannah: '.'; ;

8,127, or 19 per cent. Nebraska.A > : 6 Ships Each Week 5 ;
Long tent of Buffalo only entered the Masonic obligation 'taken by a party 11-4-H7 GEORGE ZAPF, Manager. .
list of big tents one month ago, but during under an assumed name is as binding
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the last month made a net gain of 28 him" if taken in his -' -
upon as proper name. .
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules.. Write for general
and steps five juices ahead. Humboldt -Grand Master of Alabama.
tent Chicago recorded a gain of 80, and "New information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Orient, Hornellsville one of 29. KNIGHTS. OF PYTHIAS. E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.
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UNITED WORKMEN. Endowment Rank Offers Safe Insurance.

Strong Argument For the Classified Plan. We cannot Sword too strongly ThrtuU.commend ,the Standard Light's Co's Vapor Stoves .
Notes of the Order.A .
endowment rank to the brethren of the
comparative summary of the net increase order everywhere. It ia unquestionably the OUR EAST COAST AGENTS:, Florida East Coast Ry.
In the jurisdictions working under best system of fraternal insurance in exist '
both plans for 11 months-January to ence, is safe secure and stable and is so J H"Niyer, Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
November inclusive-of 18971s as follows: established on a broad foundation as to \V P Shryock New Smyrna SI E Gruber, West Palm Beach TIME TABLE NO. U. IN EFFECT APRIL 12, 18SS.

Ten classified jurisdictions, 6,094; 21 lave! give every security necessary to those who Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana
jurisdictions, 1.C4; in favor of classified join It.-Mystio Tie. Edward Sailing, Cocoa Stranahan & Co. Fort LauderdaleGeo SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
plan, 5047. When it is taken into consideration has F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie "- Jordan & Spivey, Le moll City No 89 No No No tti
that the jurisdictions adhering to Washington a new lodge composed. Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallie D R'Knight, Lemon City. -Dally STATIONS. I Deity! D+lb'no

. the original, or level plan outnumber by exclusively of Masons.' A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge. Miami ; a Lv..................... ......aCJUOnVllle ...... ....................Ar 745p Ti I
. tho the Horace. Case has.held the position ol Coon W iE0p109k. Ar............................ .AuflUtioe.: ............,..............L., ItSp f 00.
Geo E W Culbertsod
14 those adopting new,' comparisonis Jensen ., Cocoanut Grove .,.x..10 Lv............................St. Augustine............;..............Ar I89p ......
of records and seal for the
all the more striking, and shows that grand keeper < ,.-.:.11 u ...............................H&3tinfS..L., 552n ......
there must be some merit at least in the domain of Connecticut for the past 18 The D Co. .... 0415&Ap................................P 1 tk&.................................J;;' T7tp ......
classified plan to commend it to popular years. Raymond Knight f':".. ...............................1'alatta...........................,....Ar 1550 ......
.. favor, the above synopsis verifies.-Pro. Members of the order engaged in the sa ),rar Ar......... ...............8&11 Mateo................................L ti..._.
as loon business tho of the SOLE STATE AGENTS ,.,.r, 8 IR............................SaD Mateo................................Ar II ......
tee tor. prior to adoption .u ................n.......... : tT'a a ...............................Lvt-B5 ......
It is announced that success has at last supreme statutes in force on and after .._.n 1 ................................Ormond.......:...................... 114 ......
. crowned the efforts of the supremo lodgeto Sept. 8, 1891,are not affected by tho clause 10-2L9T Jacksonville, Florida. ,_.".. 1 ............................,Daytona............................. II It ......
barring saloon keepers from membership _.." 1 II ............................Port Orece....................... ... S 291 ......
bring about an adjustment with the I n,4r t ......wu..u..u..NewSm'vrna.........................11 a 01\\ ......
brothers in Oklahoma, by which they will in tho order. ?r... 2 ..............................Oak Hill. ............................ 2s2 ... .
be erected into a loyal jurisdiction. Utah grand lodge passed a resolution Miami on: Bay Biscayne, Florida:). ,ar,, a... .............................Tttaavineptv ............................. II is ...?...
_.rr. ............................. Point............:.............. 1 l/p ......
There are 6,806 members of the A. 0. forbidding members entering any combination Hotel t I Miami The Most Southern Railroad Point in n... a.. ............................ Cocoa ............................ II 1 eye" ...
U. W. in Indiana. for the election appointment 01 I -.... M .............................Rocktrdce...................... ....... 1 C'I2p u.......
; members to office in the grand lodge. the United nlN" 4 ............................ F.aaGallie......................\...... 12Mp: ......
Members In good standing at last report States. -.' 4 .............................MelbouM1............................. 12 ......
343,295. 531P U ................Sebastian
Bed Men. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.: n.N.".. 8gP'' .............................Ss. L1tcte... .......................... 10 S& ......
The responsibility of each member under n.n. ............................Fort Pierce............................ 10 2a ......
the relief law (adopted 1880) is limited to The first and second degrees of the old 12-16-97 S. GRAHAM, Proprietor.: ",'1# ................................Eden............................... 444& ......
$3 work bare been combined into one making ...- f..,v" ............................._Jensen....................... ....... 0 2c. ......
a per annum. now only three degrees, including the ,. __ 'I. : ............................... Stuart................................ t28a ......
?n.. 806p ............................HobeRound............................ 85 ......
Knights of Honor. adoption. The adoption and third degree ...... 8 P" ..........................West Jnpiter ........... ............... 5I1a:: ......
have been changed very slightly. ,,.... I 00p .. ........................Wes Palm Beach...................:.... a......
Supreme Guide John H. Hancock has U. D. HENDRICKSON .,,.,,. 1'1 .. ............................................. '121Aa ....
been appointed comptroller of the city of The great council of Missouri has offered ,',,.' .........................1'0" Lauderdal.................... ... I ......
a prize of $500 for the best degree work. ",,..1952 ............................Lemon City ,.......................... 8'Wia.. ..".
Louisville. .., ,. 11 Ar................... ......MiAmL ..... ... ........ ........Ly. ......
Saranac tribe,No. 8-1. Pennsylvania, ha ,
Ivy lodge of Brooklyn has
organized
a General Merchandise.Wholesale BETWEEN NEW SlYRNA AND ORANGE CITY
JUNCTION.
minstrel troop and will soon give an exhibitloq. an Indian warclub which was once the .
property of Tatumy, chief of the Delawares.It Ne. f STATIOSS. 'I i e.a00p .

- is made of dark red wood,is 4 feet long, 10 LT.. .......................... New 8mJraa.. .......................Ar 12SP845p
Grand dictators who employ deputies with a head 8 inches in diameter and '- 11; ............................ Lake Helen .................. .........Lv 12 4ap 4 40p
should caution them against' making exaggerated M.s, S l 'Groceri8s'Paint; Clothin ....................... .Or.n< statements concerning the order weighs over 50 pounds. Gasolines, and 86. << '400p Ar.......... .. .. ...Orange City JUBCtiOD.................... l26p 410p
and compel them to stick close to the facts. A 4 great sachem cannot grant a dispensation All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except SUDda.y.
to a tribe to reduce the fee for adinisslon -
Unless members go to the lodge meetings into the tribe to extend beyond thE Eats Capsm\ Dry Good Seeds 'Ms ;
it is Impossible for them to keep post term of office of the great sachem. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
,< ed, and unless they. arc posted they cannot
act intelligently. Tke ateamsbiv City of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company learn
Modern Woodmen. Scwin[ }IChiilCS sJ Hardwar6. SSaml for Key West on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridars after arrival of train from Jackoavflla .
There are 76,368 members of the order ,mal a r connections at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West a OG
Royal Arcanum. ..m. (standard tine)OB Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays arriving Miami next monls
in Illinois, more than double the member- a Mm to aosaect with north bound train.
Past Grand Regent Dockery North hip of any other state.Iowa stands net Agent for Mapes'and Williams&-Clark'-- Fertilizers
Carolina is now comfortably installed inThe with a membership of 35,240.
offlco of United States marshal for the These TIme Tables show the times as which trains and boats may be expected arrive ad
eastern district .of'the old north state. The regular official biennial state came Anti-Friction Iron Marine RailwayFor deport from the several stations ani.ports but their arrival er departure at the times
meets in February, 1899. Boats 75 Feet in Length and Under. stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay ar aiyconsequences
The year 1897 closes on the five councils arising therefrom.
of Knoxville with a combined net increaseof The Modern Woodmen of America enter Steamers For copy of local time card call at 228 West Bay Street Jacksonville or address
upon the business' 1898 with enough
20 members., cash hand and February ", 3 P.BEcK W ITIi, Traffic Manager. J.D. BAUD, A.(I.P. A.
on to pay January "Lake :W ort!? and "Gladys"On
. Great Interest is apparent in Gilbert .
losses without an assessment for Feb>> ;
council Brooklyn, where the "Dorches ruary.If : Lake Worth. .

ter" ritual holds full sway. you need additional insurance join
There are t 20 councils of the order In- the Royal Neighbors. Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville

." New Jersey. One night 75 new member .
recently Free Delivery Boat on Lake Worth.
.. Charier Sumner council of Boston J If were added to the local camp at Calumet < ,"; Suosori e for CjAs Sun -
composed of Hebrews. Uich 12.1.87 Lake'Worth, Florida.

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FASHIONS. A CONVENIENT KITCHEN.. 1 sasAeasriEDiaia' I
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Striking< Features That-Mark the,B.cat Haw. to- Am*** It ire Comfert u4 tha i mlOO' Jj : = _. ,. .
'r f Importations la Gown i Saint- ,7sbsir; I am .a. :Bcnirsi "IXIlO.., ...--- : :: ; >:-- ---
The)inexorable1 fact .remains that na The ideal kitchen is_large,'with high I ELIX' GAlCIA Prop. .JaeklHfiIleJlL: Q
woman c by taking ;thought add.one ceilings and wide roomy"shelves shut } : .
cubit to her stature. At best one can in by doors; says the Hew,York Ledger. i Mil Seeds Iud Fertilizers
I'I only hope to mitigate the..severity of These may be either finished with glasa i The::Bet >$S.OO per day Hotel in Horids. : _

I angles when that: is,,necessary, or, by or wooden doors, as the situation seems ,..> '
I very:; careen dressing produce an illusion to demand. One of the most important 6 East,Bey St', ,Jadtsetwlh, Tcrida.We Take car at the Cnioa Depolass'ask the CaaductOL to stop at the.Ttavefers... ';t ,
;ij of tenderness when nature has miscal of 'improvements ,is:a hood 'i over the
f! culated the allowance adipose tissue.. kitchen range;with a ventilator and
Handle Only the Pert and Hoit Sellable Seed*. A Complete Stock of
Fashion at the Moment: favors the taU fine through which the heat escapes.This .
i stately women. Baffles and frills of all flue may run with the chimney :Hay;4C11 Ms 'JItIr f8fii/'Wtat f Grits Meal
'w sorts mark'the incoming fashion either inside" or out, the former being Chase' N Weishans :
An evening toilet worthy of imitai much better because the chimney being e ,
'-:lion'by'women of slender figures has a filled with hot air raises the temperature I I Gitfelsrt lilac/flId-BrItht. t aid Dark _

t satin trained !skirt the train set on in of the ventilating fine and creates AT.WHOLESALE* FOE
AGENT _
i two large box: plaits and untrimmed at ; a much stronger draft than could otherwise state Agents For Tygert-Allen= Fertilizer Co. STATE .
_ i the edge. The front and sides of the skirt i be'obtained. --
; outlined with i nine i frills of There 'nothing to be,gained by Star Brand rertIli&a+-ee.t.eo-sayw.-o..=g. Tree and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pare T
tiny Ground Bone Nitrite Sod,,Mutate of Potash., Sulphate Potash-KaiaiC &Martinezka Raints
; mousseline de soie, headed with sequin. building ,a small and ,inconvenient These Fertilizers bare mo Superior ia the Market, ,and a trial will eEaSeudtorcatalogue LOl1gman ;
edinsertion. The full satin bodice is kitchen., The only excuse for; this.ia ,Free. toBYt,
; 1 covered with the tiny frills, save for aI where one uses the kitchen and range

4' flat yoke and plastron embroidered with for nothing but cooking and has all of Lime, Brick, Shingles, -i_
jewels and paillettes. the pastry and preparation of, food attended '
I The-same delicate coloring is maintained to in an adjoining apartment pnmrnmmmf."mn" ; Cement and :Coal Tar.
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: : throughout the gown, and the One woman has solved the problem of
: .. belt is embroidered in the same fashion kitchen convenience by having this "
: as the yoke. The sleeves consist of a apartment divided into three sections by 1'\:= __
''i tiny pouf of satin, nearly covered :with sliding doors. When the doors are aU Agentfor.Sickter's :Peerless ,:Cemen Plmster .
t *.' mall frills of the monsseline de soie. rolled back there is a room about 15 by 3
I s The mantle is of broche silk the large 18 feet When the 'doors are closed 'mhrr .-. 10.21'188outh'B'Y
i i! floral design in pink on a silvery back- there is the kitchen proper with the j : lij ;.M''It t
I aground;with cape sleeves and trimmed range a pastry room'and places for setting & jl H U llllttlUl I
f, with'a'handsome border of skunk fur all food products in readiness,:with 1 J s
-while. the lining is of quilted sarah in a the third section devoted to serving and ==
delicate shade of pink. containing all appliances for dishwashing -- '

1 yfith, the close fitting skirt comes and such operations. In exceedinglywarm W. EY-URECllL
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_the,exaggerated rumors in regard to the weather she finds it more desirable 6EO ;:S.tDAMSPfOpr g :
," 1 bustle. ';It is true that the, closely cut to get away from the range as far ,
'skirt,demands a well rounded figure, as possible. In winter the doors are '== --- ':Dealer in Hardware,
;' rand where nature has been laggard art rarely drawn except on clearing up ;;;; : : DEALERIN : : == _
i : must step in but the small rouleaux of days when the dust of the range mightbe -J I ;:' PIsr" Steam ullas1 Fitter, Mind I PaWs, ,
horsehair which continues the roundness distributed through the other portions Florida and Western
'l 4, of the hips and sets up the back of the kitchen. = Heats, TiaG&pr, tod Sbeit :If&U_

i, fullness is a long way from the old Armour's Star Hams Bacon
; bustle, with its hideous protuberance How to BeaoTat Scorched Llaea. ,
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,and ungainly sway as the wearer moved. It is said that when linens are badly and Bologna Tripe and Pig'sFeet Dealer in'Pump Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies;T B Ware iit
; Gowns altogether will be closer and scorched the spot can be removed if Ware, and House Furnishings Every Kin more'compact,the sleeves small and finished treated in the following manner: Extract Domestic -
Veni-
Poultry
with stiff epaulets the skirts the juice from 2 peeled onions and '
; ; "Clinging and,the hips fitted quite'close. put,it into an agate or granite vessel ,:son;and:Wild Turkeys :Butter r A8EHT FOR THE'AEBHOTOR. ,CONSTRUCTOR of! IRRIGATION "PtAITS
ly, but at present there is the full bodicegreatly Add to it half an ounce of white castile ,

f in evidence. Yokes are growing soap cut into small pieces and 2 ounces and'Eggs f I longer and hae.a ,wide, broad, effectquite of fuller's earth., Mix them together and : ,
I- j' in keeping with the'pouched bod- then stir in a cup of vinegar. Stand the : Furnish l-3l4f.
1E Vegetables. :!
1 ice.
-f vessel over the fire and let its contents WEST ZBAXjlM BBA.OH. Fr..Oe.lLDA.:
,v_Again and again comes the cry that thoroughly boil When the mixture has -1: '. E!
'the"''princess dress is to be worn yet become cool spread it over the scorched i -- -4,44 -:::S
against the popularity of this fashion is linen and let it dry upon the cloth. ; .H
the one fact that:panniers and princessgowns When well dried wash,oat the linen. .FURNITURE
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however
r becoming in their respective
1 ways require too great skill in How to Make Winter Drink Mail Orders from.any Eesponsible Household Sewing'Machines,
i i fitting and arranging to obtain a strong In the line of fruit sirup drinks there ''
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hold on general favor. Parties in the County will Receive ti' The Best MachineMade, Light Running-
is delightful beverage or rather
and Noiseless..... m.
number of delightful beverages to be
A ParUlaQ Fancy. made:with theso simps with the"addition : ,Prompt Attention. i Sole Agents for the famous Wall Trunk..
k "I A "faience" blue straw hat represents of a little yeast You will need for ,Mattresses made to order A

kl k a millinery novelty illustrated by this purpose a number of .bottles with :. P .... Complete:I4ne ofNLVftJM. -'"

the New York Herald. The upper part the patent stoppers. These you cannot == W :::: FURNITUE-E. ;

buy, but you should have no difficultyin of all descriptions at Rock Bottom ;Pricey- ;
arranging with your beer dealer to i A. Specialty,Made Supplying both Wholesale and RetaiL. 'Baby :Carriages .. .
allow you to retain his bottles little .... from $6.00 up to -20.t1O. ,Gouts
: i 1 longer than you would ordinarily want 'f: 'WiaterQottagersgachtsPrivate Refrigerators, Ice Chests Etc.
- them. quart of fruit sirup will make 3 We have a consignment of Oak Dissrs
you enough of this drink to'last you a == _Oars .... and Reed Rockers that will be sold err -
t long time. You must mix the sirup ::i=- ,' apdrties.. -- low. We handle the famous Clever
with enough'water to make a five gal; and Rambler BICYCLES.
Ion consignment adding half. a cake of Especial attention'ven to oar Matt Orders. We
Guarantee Satisfaction,both in Goods and PikcvCall
T compressed yeast ,Stand this in a comparatively 11-18-97 on us,or send in your orders to

warm place-not too warm, 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLOSICA _
for it then would spoil-for 24 hoars,
or even,for twice that length of time, /HN11ifli0i1fi11/11iOli/lliiB0ilf111/111i11N1Uif/ifililfNN NYi ,D ;E COOPER .M r.g CO.
and then put in the bottles and place on 4-21
the ice for a few days when the drink ,
J will be found delicious and will

.?i ,1 1 f like champagne when opened. pop The Southerfi The :
1 ;Fuel and 'SnDPlyCompanysWh : Jacksonville Fertilizer ft.

How to lake Onion Oraioloo.

J E Six: onions sliced fine and put into a leaale And Retail Dealer in-
1 :1 E \v 1 c skillet with enough butter to fry. When E. 'SUDLOW Gen'l
: soft add a cup of milk and cream in Wood :Coal ;:.OokeJ Brick Lime Gem Manager.
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i; I equal parts and a beaten egg, thicken ,

q 1 1 f .' R with a tablespoonful of flour, stirred erit 'Shingles and Laths. Pineapple and Vegetable .fertilizers
\ : .: BLUE STRAW HAT. smooth in milk, one half teaspoonfal of ,
salt and saltspoonful of pepper. Fill

!I 1 of cone.the crown The brim is in is the wide form in front of a rounded growing thin shells toast with cut this in circles mixture with or a serve biscuit on Vitrified ;Having and :Sidewalk Brick. ,Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6>per cent.

I narrower as i it reaches the back. A cutter. Set in the Available P. A. 4-S per cent. Available
oven to brown on theo P. A. 6 8 per cent
j blue feather encircles the greater part f I' Potash
K. O. I
top. 7-8-per cent. Potash K. O.
I 9 cent.
'tha hat, 'a bow of small black velvetbands 9'10 per

f, i placed fastened be ind. by In a front strass on buckle the brim being is A cooking How:teacher to..Pe l showed OUn. her class Office 408 "West .Bay Street Cotton (Seed Meal ,and goljaccQ Mixed to gu o l
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i 1 an elongated velvet bow fixed by a the 'other day how to peel an olive for
:' &t1'ass'w. stuffing. She used-and explained that 10-28-97 p- -Jacksonville, .Florida ...Quantities,..

i1 i1h h it was a utensil which must be provided Special attention
For
__ Mourning Wear. given to private formulas.
t Fashions in mourning for the purpose-a sharp boning knife. 12.1697 Send for Pamphlet and W. F..
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constantly With this, beginning at the pointed pricea. ARMSTRONG,.JR., Agent.
; changing. This year a widow who has end. the meat from the,kernel
was peeled
I f put*.off her first heavy weeds but who bake Worth lee Wottks
clean hollow and
leaving a a comparatively -
l still, clings to her veil is wearing the ,
; I letter ,of) very coarse silk net bordered firm olive. The olives are so i
j L with crape,for five inches. Heavy crape good and relishing in themselves they Manufacturer.Retailer and Shipper of Kingsland & Comstock
::1 t, is scarcely need the additional flavor.
my.much worn for trimming, but it
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,R is Stuffed dates :and prunes better repay
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made into folds and then these
'I are the effort and are particularly 'good lee Distilled Water ,
braided made into stiff patterns 'forthe a9d :
the
with meats of almonds and pecan '
trimming of bodices or skirts says No. 5 Fulton Market
I The Puritan. nuts inserted. If these'sweets are in NEW YORK.

r I 'It ia often quite difficult to find tended for children to chop the nut R. A. HcPHERRIN WHOLESALE
just Proprietor. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS
'I the.appropriate meats fine and add a dust of salt will OF FISH.
mourning for
gowns
their
improve digestibility
; :' young, girls. Camel's hair benrietta

cloth and cashmere are always appropriate How to Make Devil Food. Factory at WEST PALM BEACH.
: ,;buUhere is no reason why.for very Florida Fish
t young tfiirls they should not be much Fart First-A cup brown sugar,one- 4-28-5)8

.I lightened. by sashes of soft silk and quarter cup grated chocolate, one-half -
t shirred 'skirts of silk muslin. Girls cup sweet milk. Part Second.-One cup
should wear white as much as possible brown sugar one-half cup batter,yolks
in thehous Hats with any sort of feathers of 3 eggs,'one-half cup sweet milk, 2 T. CASHEN
f are_ also most inappropriate. There cups flour, a teaspoonful soda, 2 'teaspoonfuls ASpeeialty. .
cream tartar. Cook first ,
are supposed to be no festive occasions part
during a, period of mourning and for When cold,mix with second part. Bake
other times felt in layers or in sheet as preferred. .
a plain trimmed in dull -_ .Manufacturer of and Dealer in COaa1SAft1Cnt. SoUe1tccl. 11-18-97
silk: is the
I proper hat. a veil on a very
young girl being out of place always How to Wash Crocheted ..11. --
according to the authority here quoted. To wash crochet or knitted wool
v shawls boil the water with soap to make YELLOW PINE LUMBER
z J* Fathioiu ID Jewelry. a good lather instead of rubbing the Do,you wanTSr STEAMBOA T?
i Double wings are a favorite design in soap on the shawl as this hardens ,the
jewelry.The wool. Soak well in the soapy water and

turquoise enjoys unusual pop not cleanse robbing.by squeezing and moving about, .find Timbefl. o--We have them to sell and if we have none
larity this season. The large oval stones on hand to suit,
After we can build......
washing in this manner in two
are|n.great demand for finger rings.Quite .
narrow bracelets are fashionable the waters table spread and lift a the clean article white oat cloth ontoa en Mouldings Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work, JUST WHAT YOU WANT.We .

bracelet,popular with style being a good the cloth without squeezing. ;Wrap the Pickets, Lath Orange and Vegetable 'Crates. are also prepared to furnish __s
dangling locket
or charm.
cloth well over it and pass through the
The new short bandied lorgnettes wringer as thickly folded as it will al Jacksonville, Florida. 1028.91Indian
have met,with considerable favor being low. Then remove it from*the cloth sand Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write
more convenient and lees formidable shake and dry quickly. The shawl will .
than the old time affairs. look '
like a newly worked call
one. or
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The fashion for combs of various Anything in our Linetbat; you need

shapes and, sizes is.In full:force, several How to Hake Piano Foliah. River Nurseries. Merrill-Stevens
combs being now employed in the up to ,FOOT table poantuls of iweet oil 4 Engineering Co.

,: date coiffure. tablespoonfuLi turpentine, 'a teaspoon* Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock also full ,
Many women are wearing in. place of ful of lemon juice 10 drops of household line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section including Jacksonville Florida.
1 t the tiara a semicircle of diamonds set ammonia. Shake well and apply Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons 25 Varieties of ,
t, far back on the head against the coil of J with.flannel cloth No.. 1, rub briskly Palms Roses ,Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips, Etc. Proprietor
t i halr.-.Tewelera'Circular.yY .. with 80.,2 and finish, with No 3. I JOHN B., BEACH, Proprietor, lam West Palm Beach, Fla. JACKSON\7ILLE 'MARINE RAILWAYS.

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'I1Jf' Tbs Fig In Santa Florida ._ IHBY.SAT-, ." ,NEW CRICKET RECORD. -

---SSS That a crank in''proper' place helps Za> Recent'Match the Australian'Mad. ifen's' Markei 'EAR 'HOUSE}

About 12,000,000 pounds of figs ,are things. to,move. '9S9'BBJU la'Two'Inning*.- .. THE MAN

imported into this country every year .teoJ11yhelf; : ; that:. most .pe oPle The cricket match at Sydney between' Is Pig P"aretoS vPp I
'and sold at from 9 to 28 cents a pound. relieve in lathe one fcr other people. Captain Stodd r,'. visiting English : :.
: ; Is now for Winter TraveL $-
with' open
This vast importation after you '
goes on year eleven and an eleven representing New) l' <
year, notwithstanding the fact that That it takes more 'than a meetinghouse Sou h'' Wales, concluded .recently. e*; : Best of Aegean m Delations.

there are a great many million acres of to make a church, tablished a record.. In the first inning Good Meals at thing Prices, o' _" .: '. >TablfzBest- the M8:1"ket..Aff'ords.:

Idle fig land in the United States. Upon That' ;'yon never' 'admit you have New South Wales scored 415 runs, and V ___ .Ui. in _.crlQAo- >
tCl'es-.1 orb .
the culture'of this staple fruit, growers ei nough until you have too much. in.the second inning New South'Wales t. '-- .!
Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the
could make a handsome profit Assuming 'That many'a man goes dead trying to scored The 574 Englishmen runs in'their first innings :23NativeMeats?, .. .. .' "., .' _' Depot. ,

the average price paid for this fruitto make a living. .pulls! Z- :-ES. S. E. EAE5IAN "
made 38? runs and in their second! lnnin'g -! .f ,0.' J; -. .
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be 10 cent J per pound! $r',200ooo _at That,unselfishness. always does more they scored 363 runs. There were' ding! .s ,
least annually paid I to exporters for harm ih good.. several sensational incidents, notablythe ".. gg s.- V.1.4-ST !. .
foreign fruit that should be paid to the :extraordinary batting of.:Howell,*
a specialty. 11
That other don't like the music r -
fruit growers of our own country. It:is people who, going in last for New South A__ .' .' .. .' :.:::--"o/'t
make in -
an item worth faring. The 'major portion you blowing your own horn. Wales in the home_ team's second inning -;- 91f.ratronage'SoJielte>? "

of the fig importation is from Tur That it is not what God sees but what made 95'runs in 50 minutes,'bis < :l. :BBELSFOIt: ]) :altO: F;

key. It is certainly far better to pay your neighbor. finds 'out' that worries partner.scoring' 9. The English team;/ .t,;'Market 'on, .Banyan'Street" ;_ .. .eReal .' ,
then went in,'and at the close of play
this money to the American farmer thanto you .
11.12 WEST PALM BEACH
the visitors had scored 253 runs for one
the Turk.. Figs will grow in Southern That laziness and inability to work are wicket dowD..Yac1tl1 was not out for Estate and -InsurancePalm

.California but for some reason the industry very different but the result is just the 135. On resuming play the next morn. .

there is not a success: The; California same. ing the English team fell to pieces all ,., r. .rx. ,

o fruit Is not always edible._ The That you sh .uldjudge a girl by her the remaining' players making less than' JoaN N, C. STOCKTON President.: '. Beach, Florida.

best authority states that'the Smyrna fig looks at the'breakfast and not at the sup 100( Philadelphia Pres&r RAYMOND D. KNIGHT Yice-PresidenL

rarely produces edible fruit! in that state, per table. THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. Notary Fublic-----Cottages to Reni
but in Florida it does produce not only TIMELY TURF TIPS. D.
That when your potatoes' eyes get inflamed JAMES BAKER. Assistant Cashier.
edible fruit, _but a profitable In 6-1-97 Post-Office Unilding North of PoincfeB Hotel
crop. they should be operated on. :, Allie A, 2:19%, took his record after .j i f
Florida the
fig bears twice the
a year,
T6atbachelors' he sustained broken leg.
wives and old maids'children
early crop being the larger, and,I think,
PatilcGladedf Gloucester has retired .
the
are always best. National Sink of'
the better fruit. There
has;as yet never 1.
from the race track) and has sold his.
been a frost in South Florida sufficiently That you had better get into your own mare Marguerite to Buck Taylor. V sAMUEL L. STO n., GEORGE. H.CHASE.ESTABLISHED KII.BURN POW21S.

severe to kill the 1 fig tree The crop is place in the world before somebody else '
Mascot appears to be easy game on 1865-
in it ahead of
lUre. gets you. the snow. Hannis, Jr., 2:161 is the of FloridaTRANSACTS '
I do not mean to say that the South That one doctor saved a patient's life latest horse announced as having beaten JheSiaIe.

Florida fig grower has no difficulties or by not being in when' sent for. him.Frank s. h. STORER &:''a

drawbacks. He does. He can not raise That, in both talking and biking, it is Rockefeller has decided to usa ..

figs without labor but it is less labor to often, easier to know when to stop than his fast filly Fanny Foley (3)), 2:19%. '-- A .

tare for a fig tree than an orange tree. how to stop. by Redwood, at the Cleveland matinees !.of
Sometimes the fruit drops before next summer. Wholesale Commission Dealers
matur That GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
when nature furnishes seed fora .
ity. This is caused by severe,drought, J. J. McCafferty lost his best race .. .
fool some woman is ready to act as and Shippers of all Kinds of. .
but can generally be prevented by mu!. horse, Hugh Penny, in a selling race at ,
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thing. At times, but not often, the fruit nurseryman.That New Orleans recently. The horse originally 1-56 -- -d" ';- --

sours upon the tree. This trouble is charity should begin at home, cost $1,500,' but he was sold for Accounts- of Bankers. ,--' .. Lobsters : : .< : ><- ; :4"

generally where the tree grows and in most cases stay there. I $400. Merchants" ManufacturersNand .;, :,
upon ,
wetland. That the marriage rite is a right' that' Fleur-de-lis is considered by several .' '
On the sand hills :
scouring be' turfmen as having a good chance for the Individuals solicited.' ;
fruit is not known. should granted? to every woman ..
Occasionally root Brooklyn and Suburban handicaps with : ;
knot 'That there has to be two parties to J. Fresh
interferes. This is caused by a 103 pounds up, judging by her ,recent : Fish ;

,* worm, but that difficulty is not as great make it interesting, whether it is in politics victories on the coast. Capital l oi 'Surplus .$$190JOO.O ,

here in Florida as in California or Tnr or courting; A;H. :Moore, the Philadelphia horse ,

key. Take it in all phases the fig has That, if a third one steps in it always man,left his estate of $5,000,000 in : : ,< '
Turtle.eeeasaoe
less enemies than any fruit I know of. spoils the.fun for the other two.- trust to his three sons. Cloverdale farm, Issue our own drafts to all, the principal : : : .
The culture of figs is an industry of the home of Bed Wilkes and Director,
That a paper without readers can't advertise cities in Great Britain Holland

great profit. The Asiatic Turk sells his your business and money paid its will'probably be continued.- Belgium' France, Switzerland, Italy-, .. ? '
figs at an average of three cents a pound. is wasted. lago, 2:11, was a disappointment to Spain Portugal and Germany. Particular Attention paid to consignments from'Florida.' """ '.
The American gets a far better the Cleveland gentleman who bought
price than that grower so large a price that his That a man's will may be law for his him a year ago, but has now become JacksonvilleFlorida 1M8-97. > 16 FuUon Fish Market, ;NEWYOE&of : .
family if he don't leave too big an estate. thoroughly acclimated and promises to
fruit is as profitable as that of the orange .s. ,
be a great horse this season.A "
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That some folks in haste and
marry :. .
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grower. : :- :: : .:: ..' :'

Here in South Florida there is sufficient repent even quicker. claimed two at mile Oakland world's, record Cal, for has Judge been 'VGeo.; '- -- : ::; -?' -,;.:,
unoccupied land to supply the people That, if you.take care of your character which Saturday covered the ,, .- >
Denny, on S. Hacker & Son l..,'_ ,'-,; :ais
of the United reputation will take care oi
States with your
figs. route in 3:261 cutting a second from to. ... ; .. 'i; .... _..1h" :, ", _,,;,.. : ,. '
There is no reason why our people itself. the time (3:27K: ) made by Ten Broeckat "',,'- ..,.. ;. -
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should'go abroad for this .fruit It That there-is -' hv is. some .crooked Louisville in 1877 and Newton in ;';.., < : !,,, ; I .
should be grown under our own flag, for work going on where a woman is'driv- Chicago in 1893. I
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it can be.-Fruitmans Guide. ng nails. Fred Gebhard is thinking.of entering t..t ..-" .11-. I. ,
Olindo in the Liverpool Grand National I .
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That rock or.even blue 'crabs will do la ,, 1 I '
in England next Last spring '
year. ;"
Just the Sama u Before. at a pinch. Olindo two at the ..
won races Country ..- .
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That some men kick(,their milk is club. ""Mr. Gebhard believes 'that-iff .
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"Jane, remarked the wealthy pres thinned with anything cheaper than Ape Olindo he owns the greatest steeple-,. '''' -

ident of the Staple Goods Trust ,to his polinaris water. chaser ever foaled.
wife one evenlng"in the old days when -.Fa '
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That the fool factory must be working iVVEVST
we were poor and lived out on the farm Averages of Baseball Players. 'OAST ;
time
we had a lot of homemade, j jam. didn'twe over now. There are in all 41 players who have .;,.". '
?" That it is lees trouble to< tell others averages of .300 or" better. Lush of MANUFACTURERS OF ,

"Yes Dan, we did that"sid his wifewith how to be good than to be good your- Toronto is the best base runner, having ,
self. stolen 70 bases in 91 games. White and Doors, Sash --
a Jolly laugh, aDd beautiful jam it
McHaleof Toronto and Egan of Syra-
was, though I say it who should't." That boys should' be barrelled up at cuse come next with 50 each. In field r Blinds, MouldingsAND _

"Quite so, my dear. It was very fine. seven years of age and fed throughthe ing the averages compare well with -ANDBuilding = :

You used to call it' putting up, didn't bunghole till they were seventeen; those of the big league. Shaw and Ryanof "

you? I think that is the proper ex- That one old maid says you should Syracuse lead the catchers with .976 Material, '
:
pression." hen; drive in the bung. and .974 respectively. Ryan, who ii CHARLESTON, S, C.Jam' :, ;!. >: < :: ';' Florida Offers
"Putting is correct,'Dan" now a member of the Brooklyn team, : .
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up
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That most tramps never buy stock for ,. ,
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"And there caught 80 games. Duncan of Springfield Largest Factory South. : -f-.1":
wasn't
jam unless :
any you fear it be watered. .
might .
caught 105 games and Dixon.of Providence ,
put up was thcrt'tI"Certainly r' Send for Prices. : _
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That old maids think matrimony a I clayed behind the bat in 102 "
not, dear Bat why do Jim Fields of Buffalo leads the
holy rite but old bachelors think it wholly games. V
you speak of it just now?" first base men with .984 in 130 games ...,' t <
"Well,"n pJit'd her '! wrong. \" A. B. .n III ,;:
husband/-: was with Brouthers socond .983 in 126 Campbell
thinking this* That it is a pity women have only im- .McGann of Toronto who will :
way; Things after all, games. Y
are jut the same as they used to be, for mitation brains in their heads. play rst base for Baltimore this year, (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House) Great A anta :Tt--- :

when we want a bill jammed through That phlosophy is easier acquired. in is seventh with .973 in 128 games.,Eganof Jacksonville, Florida. ;es :\-

the State Legislature now we have to this. world than money Syracuse heads the second base.men PIANOSORGANS ,
with .958 in 135 games. O'Brien of
put up-or we don't get the j'am." That some men are invincible in Providence has .955. and the veteran

So sa.'ing he resumed his perusal of peace but invisible in war. Sam Wise in 122 games piled up.951. I ,

the evening paper which made a sped That the secret of the art of conver- which shows that he is still very muchin .

ally of roasting him'and his. sation is in listening.That the game. Another "vet," Charley 'Best Makes, Lowest Prlees, To Settlers in the way' of '
-_._.*,- Bassett of Providence, tops the third Easiest Terms. ,

JlmmU'i Essay on "Heart". straightened circumstances often base men with.926 in 104 games. Grem- Sheet Music, Music Books and Small ,,' .. "
cans; a man to act crooked. inger of Buffalo is second with .919 in Instruments of All Kinds 'at Rock

Hearts is located in yur insides in the That Time is Fame's admistrator.That 133 games. Ollie Beard in 84 games av- .....Bottom Prices..... Perfect Climate, Productive Soil, '
Write.fur Free Catalogue. 9-17-97
.940 and leads the short .
of eraged stops. 4
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rtjun yore stnmmicks. The. fizzeol- pulling another man down won'tlift '
follows with .921
of Providence
Cooney -
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ogy says they works like pumps which you up. in 126 games. Knight, Providence Choice Fruit Lands, Rich.Garden Tracts
is the milkman's best friend The heart That raise whiskers because d andrEa
some men carries off the outfield honors with .959 iJ e Danish
is a very important organ, but it don't they can't raise the price of a shave in 128 games.-New York Sun. '
make no musick. Sugar Cane and Good Schools,
That roses are sweet is spite of their '. .
My brother which is a poick says, thorns; Baseball Stars.

"What barmy when two hearts beets The selling of star players often Tobacco Areas Plenty of Churches
like I." I wish pop wood take a lessing That some sweet things have no proves costly, and Patsy Tebeau says cyPineapple ,

from i hearts. lie beats like 60. thorns; <, no League club can afford to do it.

Pop tole me once his heart was back That you can take your own choice. "That lesson was dearly learned by the and countless ways to earn a competency

in the old town where he was born, butI That it is not overwork, but overtalk Chicago club" said Patsy recently.
"Although the transaction took place .
am aCrade he is a lyre, becos when that is wearing some people out. six or seven years ago, the club has not Slips and SuckersFor '

Kate was married he said,"31Y heart That you should never abuse a per. yet recovered from the blow. It received R}le,of the following Varieties,viz : COME TO DADE.
', a full 3 say raucb/'and he didn't get no son even in fun. $20,000 for two players and lost probably Abbaka, Porto Rico, ;
Jelefone from his birthplace. Bymeb': $200,000 by the reversal of public Smooth Cayenne, .
he fell uDder the tabul and some nun That a rogue's picture is not necessarily opinion. I needed a third base man for Egyptian Queen,
a steel engraving.That Money could not buy the man I I
sarkastically remarked that it years.
was Golden
very Eipley Queen, Queen
their wanted. What could I do? Why take ;
full. some men never change White Antigae .. I ,
King Richard had a lying heart butI mind nor .1 nine dollar bill, and for the one of my best pitchers and turn him Pernambuco .- .< "
into an infielder. It was sacrificing one .. .. .? ,' > .
have got a busted heart same reason. .e" V _'
which i is ** Envilic. s.
position to build up another, but I realized ; ., I .10
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wone. Dere reader ain't a girl heartless ---r--- I could build 'pitching department Early delivery can be made. part of tha .. '
g t3 give me the shake becos my hare i is Did you ever stop to.think what the easier than up I could my get a good frail last moDth.from this,Apply Plantaiioa to having. been, picked I

red? Can I avert the dekrees of the fates condition of the level, sandy tract of third base man. Never buy baseballstars.

which has got a cinch on mortals? land known as Peninsular Florida will Develop them."-PhiladelphiaTimes. C.C. MATTHAMS,

lama cynick now; which meanes be when its forests are all destroyed and Florida Pineapple Company, '';

every one is a fool butt'me. its waters all drained off? The Great Ten Eyck on Bowing 5-2L97 West Palm Beach, Fla. < '

e The heart is connected with the' leg, African Desert will be a Garden of Edenin James A. Ten Eyck, father of the .-, .... '; -

'. becos when a feller gets his leg pullet comparison then,and that time is nota Diamond Sculls holder, is confident that 4.-: :'

he generuly has a heartake. But a matter of centuries henec but is get. tile youngster will again win the prize. Zj ]:

bf am*e can't hold a candle to a stum- ting to be only comparatively a few The boy has grown and filled out since J HOTEL First-Class ;: : ;. :

mick ake for pain. This.-is a heartrending ., years off, if the many schemes underway last year and will be better able to hold .. The Palms .,... ..
topick. I have not the heart to continue ., and proposed are to be carried out. his stroke. One of the causes of his success : ...
this assay-JiTmie in San Francisco ., We intend t\> say more on this subject is his ability and willingness to ;
ideas and them into Now FOP Winter Travel.All
Examiner. later, and, in the meantime, a little, grasp new put prac Open
tice. He studies each little point and
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good hard thinking over,this matter ono adapts it to his style of rowing.-New Modern Improvements, Electric. BIJOB WORK
Fifty thousand dollars with which t I the part of the citizens of the whole York Journal. Bells Baths, Etc. e i ,

pay a bounty of fi per ton on sugar beet i State will do no harm and may open our z, .

grown In the State and made into sugar,, people's eyes so they can see to what a From the Grand Stand. $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.

. for which the growers are paid at least, condition the greater part of the State "I wonder. little Katie said. Address... -.:

|5 a ton, have been appropriated by the: will be soon brought if its forests: find "It With he pats widely that opened cage around eyes. his head "THE PALMS." ".'. : c.At THE SUN Office.

new: Jersey Ugislatnrev-Ex.\ : 1 waters are not let alone. To help him patch the Aies.thicago.". 1-16-96 West Palm :Seacb, Florida; .N : ; : "-
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,,6. THE,..TROPICAL, ,SUN, ,WEST JLJ1E OHJ EIip81DAjiTHUBSDATMAY: '5, 1898: ., .' ., __ ', ,' = --, .'-_
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< : JUNG, ... JINGLES. MORE PRAISE enading'on die pier. Beyond'them the '
f "'rtlmti. rS'nn. r ...- .. : '
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white shore in and
'*' glistens the sunlight .,
i
E. returned Rivera ; *1:, f' ,. '
: r'i JudgtfAf' Heyser, from. Extracts, Froma. Article In, 'a New" the'tall Florida palms gracefully lift,np rt. : :

.f f .if Saturday." __ York Paper About Us.. their crown-like heads. nBrlm

: 'Among the, visitors here Monday was "=S_-_ Almost daily, for the last five,or six
LT ., ', WPALM BEACH, FLORID G.: A. Gale of Mangonia. From New York Mail and 1 xpree8.- weeks, the same sun-bronzed fisherman .

: Up to within a few little has,been seen'on the pier. Usually Sf v- .
in years,
1
Capt Reynolds came up Monday ago Housl
t ; ,GUYI". METCALF.EDITOR' charge of a party of travelling men. more was known of the Florida peninsn.; seal interested spectators surround him, Popular Dry Goods

AND MANAGER la than that it was a place! of great, natural all enjoying his kindly glance and.genial .
C. A. Woodruff is getting things in loveliness. 1'helaying of railways smile. The other day be landed ,a fish 1 Jacksonville Florida.
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readiness for a large shipment of his po .through the State,however, revealed J the of a kind seldom seen in these waters.

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, .$2 tatoes. I possibilities of the"East Coast as a winter "Its,a dogfish"he! !l exclaimed. Dry Goods Honsel

I 't- "Uncle" Dudley has not finished his resort and, men were not slow in taking "Then its name must be Schneider The Leading
advantage of the was the quick of one ,of the
discovery. response
tomato crop yet, still shipping to north
era points; Among the many Florida resorts thai 'sp,- tat rs. in the state.

have. recently become well!known to'ti 4, "WellweU."langhed. fisherman'"he .
Mr and, Mrs M. P. Cain entertained world is Palm Beach, prob'ably the most is,surely avery faithful fellow to follow Stock The Newest Style _

Mr and Miss Bailey at their home last popular of all., It is situated on a penjn! .me away down her ." The: Largest, ',*. ,

Sunday evening. sula between Lake Worth and= the ocean: To 'maintain that the dogfish was ,: at the Lowest Prices. -

and its many natural beauties have been' Schneider, ,however, .would be giving ,.', To all whom request we will lend samples free of charge. ,. 'i '

j 'j AMONG 1. ; ,OUR- \ CHUBOHES,, Juno has been a:moneyorder.officesince .enhanced by the work of man. So invling' one sort of fishy flavor to this ,narrative, "% WE PREPAY Express Charges on all -=,?
S t $>J .if .' 'I- .'' '. ... the fourth:of this"months-welfare has the place been m:1de'6y theowners which it mast not possess. But the fact orders to the amount of $S.oo or over

Tune and Place of Services, Special getting up by degrees. of the ,Royal Poinciana and the remains that the; fisherman himself was when money accompanies the order. '. ,

f Notices, Week-Day and Sunday Capt: Dewey says the ,boom has Palm Beach Inn that at present 'more indeed old Rip Van Winkle; or as he is The Best Equipped Half Order Department

I i Meetings.. come," and was here Monday disposing than fifteen hundred tourists are located equally well known to the world,Joseph Write for Samples aad Tr1tt. Yonr Money Back U Ccoda An Not as If e fey. >,
: r '" oi'e few tracts: of land at :public auction. there. The two hotelS are taxed to their Jefferson The venerable,actor has been I

I i' ," Bplsiopai Senl.e. utmost capacity, and the season, now*at spending his winter'!a atioJi'at the Royal

,\ ir" t f, ='; ," The immense potatoe patch of Geo. its height, is the most prosperous one Poinciana Hotel, at Palm Beach, -ResQecddly--.HERS' !
'Emcof AL CUOnca-Bethesda-by-the: Sea the resort has known. where he is a general favorite with the COHEN
.
,_ REV.J. NMui.roxD;Rector. Zaph of Palm Beach at Juno,was partlydestroyed '. '
: ItavL.Kro-jAMES ,'Ass't Minister. by the heavy fire of last week. A PLEASANT PLACE. guests. All admire his prowess as a'::

:I i t 6 i : A launch will run regularly connection,leanIng Mis. Hendricks has not as yet decided earth at this season of the year than girl approached him one day last week

the West palm Beach city dock at 10:30. Fare when to close her beautiful Juno residence Palm Beach.. The air is deliciously and said: Jacksonville Florida. .
rotiml
or trl110 cents.Sunday ,
Iti School at 3 p..m. and return to her old Kentucky balmy and sweet. with the odor o f "Oh, Mr. Jefferson, wasn't it nice of 1 -'8-9T. ... -.,,;
home. orange blossoms. All kinds of tropical you to send that string of thirty err: -
;i ,
BBOTBKKROOD fruit abound. Oranges and pineapples; mntton. eads to Mr. Cleveland!
OF Sr.
Alma.w.-Meeta on Mr. and Mrs. who have
|hox:Second and Fourth Wednesday of each.month. Thompson, are in especial abundance,. and straw r? "Yes ," replied Mr.. Jefferson with ,a
,
I i ; LF.HINDXY,Director. been spending the last two months here, rise are an every-day dish' at the two twinkle in his'eIe,'tit was real nice of
I ; R 'W.F.AHMSTaoso,J*, Secretary. returned to their home at Jupiter last
large hotels., me. But the fishes'were not er-er con :
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week. Leading in various directions from the ton-heads; they were ba-ba=:she ps. GI1Efi G. S'ttOafl
H. Hi ChOMh, South. heads. ,
s County Clerk A..F:Qtiiinby is at his Royal Poinciana and the Palm Beach.'1 !I .. .

Service will be held in the Knights of Pythlj desk in the Court House as usual as Inn, two completely appointed hostel About Right. 0 NYC DEALER IN :...

4 Hall on the First Third and Fourth Sundays busy as ever and shaking hands,with his ties, area number of winding path.s ... '
i of each W'.tatb.t it a.m.and 730 p. m. Every friends., overhung by tropical foliage. These The Orlando Reporter struck it about
.
hinted
oar cordially to attend. "I many and Groceries
t was glad Staple Fancy
take one right when, it said Florida is .
; when they ea'.d unto me let us go Into the house most unexpectedly into all a great ,
c a vf be Lord*' BIT.J.R.Rum,Pastor. ,Sheriff R, J. Chillingworth was here kinds of romantic spots among the big country in which to live but it was never ,

Monday holding a sale of Linton properly trees and the creeping vines. The intended by the Creator as an asylumfor Grain and all Food Supplies.

F I Evening Star Xiodgf,:'flo. 40, under execution and shaking hands Beach also possesses two superb avenues, people who expect to'live and >growrich :

I Iftlibt'of Pythias, with old friends. which are favorite promenades' tour without work. .

I UeH* ists. One avenue runs through two It Is possible for such characters to 4))
i time.. *Visiting-brtthen every tflgbtat72X1p.m.&tandard cordla invited. Capt. John Haley has bought the Joe. lines of palms from the ocean side 'to shove out in a boat with a torch in hand COUNTRY PRODUCE

I C '-CasUe_Hall over Public School Building.J.A.PCCHC.C. Jenkins phce and thinks some of starting Lake Worth, and tae other leads to th__epleaS"nie and have mullet jump into their mouths.j Always Fresh, Kept in Stock.
S housekeeping himself, if he can getft : '
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grounds north"of the but such occurrences are episodes and
hotels
I I V .Z*WtpuitYEK,K.of R.&; S.A40 I the right kind of a housekeeper. Your Patronage Solicited. i 'n >.
not features of Florida and
And the
speaking of pleasure grounds, he man]
_ ..-.._ would be hard suit cursed with an indisposition to :
]. S. Jenkins, whose future residence to ,indeed, who could exertion 414Clematis meat palm Beach, Alai
S r PUft. ,FACTS, not find ample opportunity to indulge i in more vulgarly called'latiness,,
t will be Miami, was here bidding his S.
i his favorite pastime'at Palm' Beach. If would. be ,constitutionally opposed'tCJ
h, WittY Sayingi" "lnf.Mpt!sd With many friends a fond farewell and telling be wishes to fish, he may try for bluefish shoving out.Sometimes.
ns of his narrow escape from the big fi
Business--Bargains. I of last week. reon 1 Lake.Worth, for sharks and kingfish deer and other game. Id]j

c-- Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when >outside and for bass from the beach. Florida run over people in the woods]

700 want Fancy Groceries. Mrs Kaiser who has been improvingber The best'kind of deep sea fishing is afforded order to be shot, but no such good luck Avenue The Dade County State

s .Australia's lay home." beautiful home on the Canal was un 'from the ocean pier. ever overtakes man who prefers sitting

Australia? Australia? Ha yes, that's i fortunate, having part of her land DO YOU PREFS SAILING? on'the street corner and whittling! Store Palm Beach, F/onos

i S' where the ballot come from."-New York damaged by fire last week, part of whichwas If sailing is preferred, boats are'in; with a barlow; and even if by some accident Supply -;;

JournalA planted'in potatoes. plenty, and an unusual variety of courses' he should be.caught. out in the ::-West Palm Beach, Florida' f / Authorized Capital $100OQ, ,;
ii ; good supply Bread, ,Cakes, and '--- are offered. The broad ocean lies before woods he must undergo the exertion jof ,
Pies Avenue always on 'hand at the Clematis Owing to the illness of Judge J. the intrepid sailor,while t'-e 'less shooting the game. J. D. MATHIS, Proprietor. Paid Up Capital $15wOa
Store.
Supply D. Broome, Circuit Court, which was to daring may, sail the quiet waters, of Lake In short,,there is no country on the (S.cccM: .r t. Br iataf'Bakery ud Geary Ct)
He-Don't you think Miss Flolnly have been held here this week has been footstool where the feed J l OFFICERS
the very : Worth. In the line of aquatic sport s, green ravens lly Motto-"Quick Sales and Small Profits :
image of her mother? postponed until December next or pending also, comes bathing-something which people, but in Florida the, man who is E. N. DIMICK, President.
She
thing-a Yea wfuL indeed-Washington; the resemblance Star Is some. a special call for those now awaiting' must appeal to shivering New Yorkersat willing to work receives as early a reward Bakery Goods and U. D. HENDRICKSON, -Pruidllt..,; "_,

Fine New Irish Potatoes .trial. this time of year. Surf,bathing is the for his labor as in any country in]I Family Groceries CEO. L. BRAVNING, Cathier. "

tity at the in any qua n arrived most popular at Palm Beach and the world;Jacksonville Metropolis..
Clematis Sheriff Chillingwortn from s t. maybe
Avenue My(
Supply
Store. Augustine on Friday with Herman enjoyed the year round. A salt water -. .... Special Branch Office at West Pits BtI .

l It will be a little rough on that new Clerelanl Breetz*' the man charged with train swimming pool has also been provided, AFew, Reasons.Don't Goods'delivered free to any part Office Hours From 10 a.m. to i p.a. ',:
: boy when be Prominent fDorn and here the )lover.of still water bathing ... of,the City or across the Lake.
grows up to reflect that wrecking. Attorneys '
Ez bile his sisters are Americans he was Jacksonville are expected to defend rom i may disport himself to bis heart's con advertise because your neighbor AU Orders Given Prompt Att nUOL GgneralEanHogBssIosssTrassiiMCollection ( + tt

in New Jersey-chIcago Record. in his tent. does. Don't advertise because Goods First-Class and Fresh. % Highest *promptly remitted on day ctjreceipt. -

No need to send away from home prep inary hearing. Golf has the call, the world over, in every body induces you to advertiSe,. prices paid for country produce. Draft bought and BOld ni the prfcK
oran
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose We have had a number of very serious I outdoor sports and why should it not at because you think it certainly' can't do BUy of me and I will nave yogi ,money. 6-1'97 tlpal cities of the United State! 4-29-87*-
I build you one as fine or as cheap as yon any harm. Don't advertise! because S S'S
Palm
you Beach it 0cjew
want. See him and and destructive fires on both sides of the: especially as may be '0
place your order. have few dollars and
Canal and Lake this last week and much played there on as good links as can be yon a your newspaper Store
1 1 < '1 can't,understand Hartley's almost fanatical found anywhere? Since the has a few inches to spare. ( -
p determination damage to land was done while both the: present ,season
to ferret S out that robber" residents and county prisoners in charge: opened, a n"umberoCinterestingtour.naments Don't advertise because we say SOl,

t Ton can't eb? Well I hi!* wife thinks ben i of Jailor Cain were kept busy. have been heldandmanyof the, but advertise because yon'knowv it's the \ cjew (goods

blew in the money and invented the story enthusiasts seem to actually live on' the j only way of building np a progressiveve '

Detroit News. War news is eagerly looked for uponthe links. A few light showers lately ha business. Advertise because it is the .

Send for Butterick Pattern Sheets to I arrival of the mail boat every cooing rn put the course into perfect condition. In only way of letting the people know O YT-- : ewcese.rae .

)Irs. M. G. Macdonald, Agent, Jackson, ., PassingshipsarecarefuUysc&nnedfor the last tournament the choice prize of, that you are alive and in the field of

ville, Fla._ hostile signs and even the ,prisoners, the season, the Royal Poi ciana"punchbowl honest competition. ... .. patrons.aadcordianrinvitestraag We welcome all oar old friend and- ..

: Hat tan-Ha! I see the expres- of the county jail have talked forming was won by Dr D. Karsner, of Advertise because you want a share r u.' ers to visit u*. .
don "Greater" Chicago." What Is"GreaterHarriman a home guard or applying for release so Philadelphia. of the_trade that is going to the others' .GiV i-i Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Chicago! "! who advertise. ...
Nick R. Bocker Th they may enlist-we are certainly pal ri- OTHER AMUSEMENTS. : .a .Optical Goods
t Is the _
Chicago of
the
.tati i otic. Advertise for business, not for fun orsentiment. ,: ; ', f-'.,: : -
tleiauL-Yew York Truth. The most characteristic feature of outdoor Pine Watch and Jewelry Repairing ;.
.-Ex. .. f
I WANTRD TO PURCHASE FLORIDA Last week's fire over on the east side life at Palm Beach is riding In the --- .s. ''-> ;< Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. "

e hOJ'IUl'l'Y.-Persons owning farms or, destroyed nearly all the bearing jinrickshas, a more comfortable experience Only Opticians In the City. Byes toted ..r-
J winter humes, send full description and orange than the name would bef I Where do the Pennies go. '. free,by latest approved method The new
imply. :
price to J. V. Bond, Box 181, trees on the Peterson" place of which Store will be la charge of Prof. i''rukldJlft',
$ Ohio. Dayton, Stone Smith of Troy, N. Y. is the present jinrickshas, are Japanese handcarriages.They The mint at Philadelphia is almostconstantly ';} ': Graduate Optician of Kings Optical: Col-
loge New York.
and also burned are drawn by negroes and are t engaged in turning out cents
down lit
owner
t Yeast-That boy of Sharpie's one Daily Papers and Ptviodi.als.
i I Is a bright only means of at P ( made of with a slight T""h
E. t boy,isn't he? j tie shack pn the Henry Linttolm place conveyance .heft copper alloy of .
\ I Beach. It is the tbi zinc and tin. The G. W. IDNER SON
i .Crimsonbeak-Yes. :hut he'll know more that Capt. U. D. Hendnckson, of Lakewhither, quite proper State of Pennsylvania ,
i when he forgets t half of what he thinks Worth, owns, one rides a bicycle or not, to alone absorbed 11,000,000 in 1896, and tat Door South Russell&: Co.'.Drug Start :
"I,<: he knows now.-Yonkfl'8 Statesman. take a jaunt in a jinricksha and salute New York 9050000. Seminole Block. Call onus 10421?

I -1 Mrs. Frank will ',be up next, w ee.K. We understand that Mrs Dr.JargenK : one's friends as they pass, or stop and There is as much curiosity about the
I I ;1 Please call at the Boston Store and get who has been for the last two years spend an enjoyable minute or two in gos final fate of these cents as there is aboutthat

your, I bargains.Sunday ., residing here with Mrs., Sessions, is about sip. It may appear, at firs sight, that a of pins. Nobody is able to tell West E. H.DnIIC. '
Propnetor
i School,Teacher-.Vow, what d oeslot to return to her home in Iowa. jinricksha is an admirable vehicle in one i where the pins go to, and it is impossibleto

the verse mean when it says, "And the Mrs. Sessions, who two years ago upon respect in particular has no reins. even surmise what has become of t L Sun Palm

Sellvpop Bat Jonah?" her arrival here was unable to walk,i is But, alas! it seats only one person, and hundreds of millions of cents issued b iCy _
i Scrimpsy-De hull Jumped
j -New York Press. gang on 'Ira. now vastly improved in health and an besides it is not drawn by a horse.tlrmate. the Mint since it began operations. !::L".,, ., ." ,
I j ardent admirer of Lake Worth It must not be thought that with this It is rather a profitable business for -"- ; Beach

a b the Boat most butldjng approved done manner right'at home, in ... plethora of outdoor attractions at Palm the Government; as it means the conversion : ?,i"
good wo
1 f tkon Turtle are beginning to come on Beach indoor amusements and ire of' ten
< mansbip and'at living prices Call up m copper costing cents a pound >:- Drug
j Capt. A. T. Rose. .. the beach, but don't all rush over thereat strictly social attractions are neglected.Oa into a form in which it is worth a coupleof ? ; "

'r 1.i I Mrs. Good*-Why is It that, once for they are coming up only the contrary, entertainments and dollars or more a pound.-$z. Ao.. _
I!I would sooner sleep than to do anything yon tramps else semi occasionally as yet. lulls are of frequent occurence in tLeresent .- A Cl ceto.do'Yitt. ( Store.DEALERS .

-Tr amp-Dat'. because uv our retlrin dis po- Royal Poinciana Casino. Just at p Bow He Earned It. -4 -
sition.-Up to JJate. J. M; Harper, of Hypolnxo, was in popular social features are garden parties let -

1 Watch and jewelry repair-ng by first I town yesterday hunting for tomalopack and receptions held in the cocoanutgroves "Here, said the'city editor, "is a L\-

t i class workmen and guaranteed. at rs to help him and his neighbors adjacent to the hotels. These note to the cashier requesting; him
are ,
.. Idner &Son's. increase your salary |5 a week." tow ,. ;
.
.. handle their large crops of this succulent1M accompanied: by music and.refreshments.Cakewalks ... -
:' A man out West has accused a Pnu | vegetable. are another favorite form of "Thank you very much"said the n =
i Drugs Toilet Articles
; I porter stealing 143,000 from him How reporter. May I ask what particularpiece ;
amusement also held in the
They are
; ridiculous! What would Pullman porttl' Rev. J. A. Wanamaker of the Tabernacle of my work has pleased yon?>"
do with a trifle like that-New York Baptist Church, left this morningto cocoanut' groves, where hundreds of electric "In writing np the fire last night you

.Truth.Runxh. .,.. attend the Sunday' School Conventionof 1 brancnesof: lights are the suspended from the did'at say that 'the inmates were caught o Fine Stationery and
trees to enliven the
Lumber Cheap.-A few car the Colored Baptist Church, which like rats in a trap.' I believe that such
scene.
loads ou stick at mill at Gifford. Willmeets in Daytona. "RIP VAN WINKLE"AWAKE. heroic self-denial should be rewarded." e-V, Sundries. '
br !SUld very low.-G. F. Paddison & Geveland Leader. ,, '" Druggist _
Co l&u Gallic Fla. 2 10 U. The,Circmt Court which was. to have From the end of the ocean pier, ex- ...

I., met Monday and did not OB account t of tending more than a thousand feet from The United States land office at Gaines. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded

,. "What"Loss of are memory you treating You me have for.wed doctor me?ato" the sickness of Judge J. D. Broome. will the sandy Florida shore, a sunbronzedess vine has just received an applicationfor East Coast Business Solicited.

:. bill of|$80 for two year8."-Detrolt Free not meet cow till next December, nest fisherman, with the skill of an expert: a homestead from a man who makesan WEST PALM BEACH 6-10-96.( '
Press. special session is ordered by the ja dge. flings his line far out into the sea The affidavit that he is 100 years old. As

,:" ; soft Southern breezes toss the scantgray he will, under the law, be compelled -

Prof. Frank Idner is cow prepared By a present from a gentlman who locks that stray from beneath the. live on-the land five years before he tom WHEN in Jacksonville and tis-
do Piano Tuning and be sure
Repairing. Leave does
orders at Idner &Son's. not wish his name mentioned in brim of his felt hat and spread a million[ secure a title to it, he evidently is confident it your Old Friend, who will surprise _
t the matter the Colored Tabernacle Baptist ripples on the blue water stretching out that he will live to be the oldest' yon with Bargain in

i Cabbage, Tomatoes, and Egg Plant Church of this city have the deed to before him. To his right and left are man in America. It is the first case of ()Jl7 Dry Goods Clothing and
right from the field, at the Clematis their church property in their hands
Avenue other
.-.,, : fishermen,while behind him are its kind on record at the land office,-I Gents' Fuinihlngs_ _
-i .. .Supply,StoreS ,;- : ; ,and are free from debt pen and women in summer attire prom- Tampa Tribune D. SINGER, Manager
II midge street .
,Near Bay,
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