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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00300
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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FOR: LABOR: DliARRANGEMENTS John Daniel, a Colored Workman: ', "as They Come' and GoPeople eaa,. ,Read- Hatcuett's. at, and Do you read The Tropical Sun ? t

;.' Evidently Jumped From an- ? Whom You May or yuu'll see. KNOX HATS-standard of the worldat

Express Train.Conductor May Not Know. .fpresellt from A. S. Botsford. & Co. ,- ANTHONYS BaoS' a

this week. See,ad.YOUtfG'3 Mr. Graham.'''. King was s passenger

NOW COMPLETE Information reached. the local station\ Culled'Pence, of Bdynton, spent Wednesday HATS-none better madeat ort this morning's express, enruute to f
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of the Florida East Cuast. Railway, In the rity. /' fj.oo. ANTHONY! BROS. .( Jupiter. 11
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III:" I' early Monday morning thuta colored Colonel\ (Tasker, of Delray, was a visitor Look out for tbe announcement of the Mr. W. R. Moses left this morning for

f .' I. man was.lyinv along the track of the in town this week. Deestrick Skule! next week. his plantation on tbe Indian riyer, near

r ForK 'Grand Celebration Next Monday. Low Rates on the Florida East; Coast Railway, about ,/' Miss Stalls Harper of Boynton visit. The Board of Trade will hold Its reg. Eau Gallic. N,

seven: miles\ north of town at the sandpit ed friends l in town this week Mr. W, A. Chase and Mr. Cullen
ular meeting next Wednesday evening.!
Florida East. Coast Will Hundreds :
Hallway ,Bring: and ,It'waa supposed that hi ,bad '
i i r Anion. the .1.lto'r. to town this week Pence were visitors in town this week
i EDWIN CJAPP-S SHOES: fS.oo and
,1 of-Vlsltors.: Speaking: to be at the Casino. '. been killed by a/passing tr.io" Core- from Doyn tOil.
net height was notified 'Immediately ,wee Mr.J. B. Riley of Miami. $700-finest made-at ANTHONY'S .

4 :.! -. [Deputy Sbert0'' Jones empanelled a :i I A. W; Garnet, of Hypoluxo, was in The Tropical Real Estate; Exchange All the stores In town are expected to

.. jury members of,wliich were George town Wei nesday on business. has a new ad this week that's worth a close on Mon'lay between tbe hours of
All Indication point to the> fact that Evernla street to. Rosemary street, 10. a. m. and 5 p. m.
Kelly; F..A. Burfielcl.O Weybrecbt. Sheriff John Frobock, of Miami, glance. ;
'Wart palm Beach,U to have a.glorious north on Rosemary.street to Clematis J. C Harris,. vCarl Z pf and Chas. Met spent Tuesday In town on official business. The Town Council did not have a Anthony's great twenty per cent re.

'celebration on Labor Pay.' Next Mon Avenue east c on. Clematis Avenue! to calf, ..and, the party proceeded to theplace v quorum Tuesday night, so 'an adjournment ductlon closing sale will come to a

.Ay, should,, gee a Urge crowd.ofT visitors Polucetta. street south on Polncetts where the dead man lay, being :: Mr.; f. r.. 'Hardy, of Pompano, spent was made foOnother week. close this evening. Careful buyers
and the ,committee street.. to Datura.street, west on Datur4 ,
place
,pretty audspeclarenglne. should remember
> there in freight car this l lI
conveyed .a Tuesday in town, accompanied by his ao'd .
Two hundred fifty tons well rolled
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: jgeineuta having the' celebration street to NarcIaauJ.: street north on Narcissus reached the
f : : They place three eonsblr dairy manure for sale at $3.15 will be In West Palm Beach on the
V r''mcharge; are making preparations to direct .to the bridge and across about o'clock and the dead man i per
pink! every thing just aa pleasant' the Bridge to the: East Side Casino., found ten with bill face amaabed into .. W. Widraeyer, ol Jupiter, was one ton, f. o. b. Cocoa, Florida. Address 14th of September, and in Miami on tbe

CMI81bie."Fot several 'days past meeting where those taking part will break; the was gravel ,and sand ,between the ties, of tbe business visitors in,- 'West Palm Hill Side Dairy. at 17th with a car load of Jersey cows.

of the Labor TJnton committee runts. The four or five Speakers will with his bead against the rail, and the Beach this week. The label on your paper shows you to Address Jack teeming, Cocoa, Fla. 2t

belli wnlch the details latrectloa revtewthe at the corner of Clematis Mr S lobo Deau of the Lake Worth what date subscription Is paid.
J< have beta at parade body lying at right angles to the tracktej t your Mr. J. C. Beck, Jr., of the Fraternal
e the parade and other Avenue Olive street.A News left: Sunday morning a business The Tropical Sun would be glad to have
1Py with" and The sand within two.feet of the bend : on Union of America,who has been staying
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.4 sat itnresW1" entertainment were" fully prize' ia being offered by the arrangement was soaked with bloUd showing plainly trip to Jacksonville. all arrears settled promptly. tf in town for the past two weeks ia

i.lo. iacnssed! and determined OIL, : committee for the best appearing that the man bad been killed 1 where be Mr. d: C.Chilllngworth, who bas been A-direct telephone Hue baa been put I j jin. attending the meeting of the Grand

'' '3fhe, program, ;'as arranged to" date organization In the paradeand lur Just",north of the body along side In Miami on business returned home between the offices of Wallace R ,Lodge in Ocala this week.

't&a4hulea'ra"4 industrial 'paraduthcough. Ibis will be determined'upon" during of the track in tbe sand<<1. were four foot .last &lurdly.moruing. Moses and the Water Works pump I. Mr. Carl Schrebnick has so far improved .
l ,the principal streets of the the afternoon, People:..jilpng the line of ten last bouse of tbe Count Hotel WaterWorks
prinla Intervals,of about fept. :Mr W. Q. Talton left on Saturday East in health as to be able to take a
y' town; winding :np at the Casino at the march are urgently qnested" to deco*
4 After viewing e. remains, the Jury morning's express: for a holiday trip to Company. trip to Indian Springs Georgia. He

'' Kant Side. Tuls parade will' begin at rate their houses.. *<.. met I ia live freight parr. au4\ beatd 'tbe Blew/ York City and Niagara Fall. Services will be neld! in Holy TrinityEpiscopal left in company with Mrs. Scnrebuick
half put nine o'clock and(he spetokiiigover" PORTST xeThe '
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I'B.OGRAM.p ". .. ,,"""' $ "h"A'allm.a' last Sunday'for the North.A .
the Caalao'Will be commenced r. M. was a l passengeron ; church 'oe Qwnday next by y
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ad- about eleven. The Lake Worth Golden, wbo Was In charge Wednesday, ) morning's' express,, en Rev. H. B. Stuart Martin, rector it Fort new time card on the Florida East
field which will
f. sports come nee at one : muck ; aaid that sl/bubiness '
of the J and train route to NewYork on
of music sail City Pierce and MeibouraeMorning ser into effect
Band will fninlah a' program the the Coast Railway came today,
o'clock on golf grounds on, t
\ his tralll'had left the sand pit ahortlybefore trip .- vice will commence at II o'clock, and
throughout, the day. A:basket vdlnner East Side and for which yafusble prizes but the"card does not alter the time of
1'i' : wjll be served on the lawns near the have kindly been donated "by the merchants six o'clock.onitawaytu i Weat Mrs. Giddvns. who bar peen visitingher will be followed by the administrationof any of tbe trains of the main line between {

qt. Breakers ate noon, and the- Geld' sports : t of the town:..... v- Palm( Beach and that juat'beore starting daughter Mrs' W.3: Maers, south Holy Communion. Evening service Miami and Jacksonville. f
1p' I after/ O'clock. A i his brakeman, C. Cline, called out of town, left for her borne ou 'Wednes will be held at half past .even- o'clock.
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start shortly one' .
"wJU} Boy sack race, boys' foot race, standIng that a body was lying close t'o the rail. By' the ordrt.of Mayor Burkbart, the
.bs eb.1I game his also been arranged jump, running,! tamp, ladles' egg!: The train was stopped and 'Conductor day. A The regular monthly meeting of The street sprinkler was sent out oil duty
between Miami\ and West Palm Beach.Tk&tjs three slioer race bicy. Mr. Glen G. Strohm returned to town Ladies Cemetery Improvement Association : -
: race, legged race, Golden. was the first,mifn to discover this morning. The streets had become
scheduled for 3 o'clock sharp. on Tuesday; evening after 'a delightful will be bald at the CongregationalChurch
I cle race, ladies' bat trimming race with that au accident had happened and it so dusty by reason of the long-continued ;

THE PARADE. gentlemaU for partner.All was be who brought word to Station holiday tripto Asheville and Hot on Tuesday afternoon Septem. drouth that such action became an absolute -

Tho. Industrial Parade will form as entries for:.iports must be made Agent Bowyer Spring N. C. ber and, at 3 o'clock. All members 'are necessity.

with the secretary J' F Hoffman beforef Miss Mary: Obencbain who had urged to be present, OS there will be an
follows:- From the fooL prints in the sand, and Pears, beets, turnips, Spanish sweet
Carpenter and Joiners Lodge No. p"m. September* first. the position lq which the man was charge of th -scbool at Palm ;leach lost election of officers fur the ensuing year;; onions, cabbage, sweet potatoes okra,
Clematis Avenue' At three o'clock: sharp a base ballmatch left/ Wednesday for her home also other business to be transacted.
r. : 819, will line up on- found the jury decided! that he had term Northern barrel pork, pilot bread war.

,with the bead of the procession resting will be put on and that promise either fallen .from train/ 33 which went iu Kentucky 'jolly! party filled the CoOperative time hard tack, washing soda, ice cream

:on, Olive Street. BebindthemwtlLhe. \\0 be one of the] best events of the'day south Sunday night about eight o'clock, Senator and Mrs Dimlck and son, Association Hall\! on Tuesday eve- salt, home made bread. Co operative

the. ;Painters Pecoratora'' and Paper s* Wes Palra Beach in golngJo try while asleep on the front of One of the Frank, are journeying northward to ning. The young people were tbe Store, opposite school bouse.

r Hangers1. ot 'allUon.! 'The Eletri-: .Very 'hard'' to wrest from Miami the baggage) or express cars. Or else had attempted 1 spend couple of months with relatives guests rf the Plug Pong Orchestra at a

clans\ will form on Potncetta Street at laurels, ',won during.'in*Msgtc City' to jump from the train which in Michigan.Mrs.'G. delightful ""ac.. Sweet music: was fur. [ Rev Fulwood Whitehursl left Tuesday .

,lha::corner of Clematis Avenue 'facing ,jubilee.; af that'point\ was running at about fifty ..\V. $ Bell leaves next Tuesday nlshed by tbe Ping POURS, and dainty morning for Wilmorr, Kentucky,

north. Behind the electricians'will be The committee' on arrangements Is miles an hour and they rendered a morning for her former home in refreshments were served by Caterer where he goes to attend Asburv College

the North' Miami 'delegation. The composed of; Messrs. Elite; Sander verdfct of accidental deader Com ectlcut, where she 'will enjoy a Hillier. Every: one was enthusiastic in This Is Fulwood'a third ytar at Asburv.
labor nnlon will form on Polnc -. soa; Poland, MaVvin, Creach Galloway, of the and be Intends to unlah tile regular al,.
colored The body was brought to town and visit wrth) 'friends and relatives. praise of the hospitality_
.,t....:street';,IU1 the head facing south'on' PacettJoneaThigpen! and Hoffman. -' year course. He Is going to be a miss
ta taken charge) of by Undertaker, J. B. Mr R. A. Frovcher, who has been Ping Pongs ionary to South America, and believes
The entertainment committee
associations
composed
Alt other .
ClematleAvenue.
McGinley, who interred jt:ou7: ,Monday in in the Interest and their
some time town A number of ladies
and bodies not mentioned above oft Messrs. Marvin, and Hoff '"' spending young he can, accomplish ITKWI by being( well
afternoon of tbe Fraternal Union of America friends visited Miss Anthonyat
gentlemen
will f.11lu In the rear of the Miami del- man. The music committee of Messrs. Sheriff searched prepared.
: When Deputy Jones left for Miami Tuesday evening. her home, with a surprise party last
eg.tl9nper! the. Methodist) Church.: Sanderson and Moore; the resource the1' pockets of the .coatrhe found a Tbe gath. Mrs. George Zapf, accompanied by
Gertrude Gates of Richmond, Saturday evening.: company
committee of Messrs. and Pucet- Miss ,
MARCH. preach Railway her hvaband and two children, left last
LINE; OF East Coast Hospital
Florida ;; of Mount Dora, Florida, ered ft the Mlaae..Crutcb6el home on
Va formerly
lit the privilege Messrs.Galloway ,
marshaled committed, certificate No with the name of Sunday morning for New York City,
The Parade which will\ be .. 87. arrived in West Palm :Beach last Fridayto Datura street about 8 o'clock, and marched
aud'Thigpen.. .and the Pro. where she was to receive medical atten-
by Jack McKenna Chief Marshal, will'form John Daniel, and signed; ,by Or R. B. take her duties as stenographer !in ia a body to the home of Miss Anthony
Marvin and up
committee Messrs. tion for injury received here last week.
v 'up at 9:15. The men will( march gram Hoffman. The chairman I I" M, F. Blltch, Potter, Railway Physicians The sum the office of McGuire & McDonald. in the south end of (own. Miss found an
ft on reaching Jacksonville,
n," 08 promptly ;st 9'.jo: moving south ,:on the 'secretary, J. F. Hoflman. and the of eight five cents in silver was also : Anthony was most genuinely and agreeably was
Olive Street to Evernl Street, west on treasurer J. L. Jones found In his trousers pockets. After Mr. J. Anthony and son, A. P. An; surprised. Tbe party waa indeed that tbe proper treatment could be' bad
t It thony,'arrived home Wednesday evening there, so tbe journey northward was
the body was .brought ,to town was that tbe clock wan
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.of Daniel from a summer vacation spent at Indian abandoned..
Identified as that Johu the
:The Lawn Fete a Success. Jr.,gave J, W. Sanders a close race'' for almost ready to announce presenceof
tbe name .on the certificate, and it ap Spring aud Washington, Georgia. Sunday before the young folks delparted Registered the Leamington: B F
The members of the Ladles' Cemetery the ball cake, securing the prize for$12A' Both benefitted by their sojourn -
: that be was employed in the were greatly B L St.
.. '.. pears for home. Those present were Julian, Waycross; Jordon,
Improvement Association: ire greatly I' _;.. ,. Lake ;Worth Bridge: .Department, of over a month Miss Miller, Miss Faye Miller, Miss [Louis; Mrs Jno. Robertson, ,V H Robertson -

t pleased at.the !splendid,success: which Daniel 'wan in town Saturday, and, it Mr M. E. Gruber la out of town attending Cru'chfield, Mian Virginia Crutchfield, .. A J Legg Savannah; Cullen

attended the lawn fete and! band con, Married. Is supposed that he beat !hi IJ! way io Ft. the first meeting' of the 'new and Mrs. H. S. Miller ; Messrs. Ej H Pence, Boynton; W L Widmeyer, West
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: .. cert held under their auspices; in. the' city" BINCHAI:: *BCTSVORD At.the ...1.. Pierce on- a freight train Saturday night, Grand Lodge in Florida of toe Fraternal Rhodes, C. S. Apderson, F. C. Gardner, Jupiter; JuvaA Ross, Boynton, Fla; G

park fast Friday night;; ,. deuce of Mr and Mrs" '"Neibitt, paVeut spending the day there and started Union pi America, which la In' session H. L. :Brown, W. M. Pope, H. B. Ya,. Peterson and wife, Mrs. -M. E. Spiers,

.It will\ be remembered that the ladies of til"bride, at Fort pierce, Fla., Aug. back Sunday 'evening The post ,office at Ocala, )tr. Gruber is representingBeach borough. H. P. Branning and E. D. An Montgomery,'Alabama; W E Gerow, G

p needed .a little over f6jj to make up"--a 34th. igoa, Mr. !C." ,M. Bingbam, Jr., of Cleric who .was on. the the train remembers Lodge, of this city. thony. R Pitzer. T P Williams, H B Christer, J

deficit Incurred In the building .of'shell Dayton, Fla., to Mrs. Emma Elsie hearing a l>:.5Cullar sound or Merton Smith, Jacksonville ; Miss. Gertrude .
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road through the cemetery. They'bad Bouford,of Fort Fierce. Fla.;, ''Re. C. nolae about tbe time at'which: the accident Mr. and Mrs. W It Spitzer left last Sunday night about 8 o'clock: George England, Tibbals, Fla ( C A Carey.

spent about I4SO and.were a Hula short M. Blcgbam officiating.! probably, ,took place, and it is Saturday ,l.iorning, for a trip North. Tillman, colored, whoruns, a restaurant city.
: : } : in In tbe West
visit friends and relative Hunt
will out in tbe quarters
of being able to meet the demand madeopen The bride and. left the generally .supposed that Daniels attempted : They
groom on Ohio and Michigan, aol on their return End: was surprised by two fellows cud West Palm Beach ia to lone. a respect
their treasury. ,Friday.night solved train immediately after( the to,jump from the rapidly mov. '
morning :
will take their residence In Miami, | deprived of |so In each Special OfficerJ ed family. Mrs. 1"1.. Moffatt i I.
p the difficulty, for! the net proceeds "of via Jacksonville!; far Atlantic log train.IQ,that he would, be on d.uty up '
and
ceremony where Mr. Spitaer will be cashier in the W. Sanders was l notified and after a about to close her.millinery store,
the evening amounted, to something like Beach, where' they will be guests at the: the, first thing Monday morning: at the First National Bank. I hot chase succeeded capturing one of next week will move with her daughters T
170-- \ The friend of the sand pit but the", auction of the air drew new Y
Continental
many known' the robbers. The other was.caugbt on to DeLand, Florida, in order that
Tbe Mr\ ''A.. S Botaford;the well
CWey: !paint turned out at Datona.utead him almost under the.wheels..
Beach people weddecTpai cougratnillations
l : Wednesday Monday morning and lodged In jail. the family may take advantage of the
left ,,
town
were merchant
the showIng dry goods ,
nbbly and, came to the rescue. They and wish tbeio a long life 'Of wounds on head ghastly, the names of Frank educational facilities offered by Stetson .
oSi business to New i The prisoners gave
ate I Ice cream by the pallordrank. up wedded tellc tv"Patoa..II.mn; Jour. that the man' mus' have been 111l morning a trip I Evers University.. As'previoualy noted in
and George
visit JCennedy.
brief to Ever :
York City He will\ pay a ,
all the lemonade placed on sate and en. nal.' &nt111L1led. Tbe Tropical Sun, Mr. Stanley Moffatt
Monday
-.... -..--. I his old home in Washington, D. C., be. came before Judge Saunders.on
Joyed the excellent program rendered --0-- about the middle of Sep. afternoon, the specific charge against will take course at Stetson and Miss
"d by the'Lake Worth Band!;. under Professor Rooms for Rent. W. C. T.. U, Nott.co.Tit. tember.fort"returnlnp, I him being that he embezzled the sum of Moffatt may also enter the University.

;r Kaafma!!'. leadership; On batura. street, sleeping rooms, fur.nfsherf .. regular business meeting' : of the Rv. Sj D. Paine goes to New Smyrna |3-7i from S. R. Wright. He was pieced Mrs. Moffatt and her daughters will be

v At the close' of band concert; spa or, unfurnished. Bath. Apply W:C. T. U. will take place 09 Monday od Wednesday next, to attend A meetIng ': under a f aoo bond to appear at the greatly missed In this town, where they '

' cl al auctioneer G. O Cnrrle who was Surf office. September tat; at 3-30 p, at':,, .t GoodWill of the Congregational Association'ofFlorida. next term of Circuit .Court, but being ha,,,,ex been faithful workers in church

/ licensed to act by thai ladles, offered for ...M.* ... .60'>??., ./. ..,'. CoLt.Kop. .,' He. leaves on tbe'jth of September unable to furnish the required papers, 'circle and have alway been Identified

+ whole cake 'and half a cake.: the L y especially are asked td' be the Miami jail Tuesday with movements bat were\rganl-
sale one ; Stops Cough: and Works off{he Cold. Members for New Yofk and other point) was taken to
art resulted jn the sale of Kennedy who stole from fluid, I led for promoting the welfare of ,our
Hi persuasive preseaM.. Paine accompanies him.He night. ,
}Axative,Broma Quipiae Tablet, cure e..t.yiUl's ..- northMrs.. :
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THE TROPICAL SUN'PaperofDadeCouatr.Plord NEED OF A HIGH SCHOOL. "If politics cold be .todnced to either Jackson V or Pensacola This IB ., .

Every "sweet baa its bitter." To take a back seat! and the right!! men where the thorf',, i meter goes; up ; ..'

i'1't' + .__P \ .,, reverse this quotation a- dull sum beseouredtohandle, wuet). an ontwr- aloes to..Jheceiitil J\rrinrk\\ when they One Way ,\ 1I

l' : mer baa been our "bittfcr1 bub'It prleetbentherewodlj l jbnsomahjppeofaucqesff. \can? enjoy the pijf>cpan breezes ntWilm .,r '
a r TRO,MCAI. Sty PUBLISH!! COMPiNtRRY ,willt prove a_,tru; \4lrh"" !Iit1t to theinure f ; '. First otjpl I nM"" at cone a Jtoichipnity rep comfortably I To make mopey last. Amore < ,J.J (

T H \ t. BROWN. MANAGa! our,'CfPm !Htltj, U> bfli 't asdnablrfappropr&tlon'SiOnn[ to InHpiro at'-nlght' with, tbeliiercury! dowu to rapid way i ill to Y-

: &L. ru.u.easavaarratoav. given oifr citizens;?tfmii' to reef. from? the pefjpfopf tbestatciwlth fionttdrace 70? ,r _, r .' ,I" '
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t AY WIST ""LIII."OH.DAPS OOUMTV.KLOHIO. *., the .rash am) pits;|rf;$>f'"business, to In thebiTty: nrtkiypoineltxrpe: =\ \} ',l ,', Go Elsewhere', ;c. \
1 0." -- "-.... consider! otlt' ,p "' ,;need" .t''and to to 'secure jq J gou""fkk'exhibit"Wish the In vfewof.'the,I agitation' now" bn-y ., ; "" ; and then buy your jtf" ",
I' "B5CRIPTION' PRICE J.OO A YEAR. .
4 -- establish a board( of trade for our, fund! ,at.theic; disp'osal.", NextiugonsUIertiionrwould ; lug mode) irr& West t: Palm Bench f<)rtlieVstnbllnh'meiitf t "h'dget"prc 1:: .. ,
f' ti p pi1
tiJ Kntarcd: at the Pcwtofnca of Weir Polm Bead h recompennq. Too; much cannot be I ( |"# the, ,pllu:1:iiif; of \ jjf f.a high' tThool, aslv-ajid IJoors_ \ ;

J !y, \ al eetbnd-eta.. tnatber.FRIDAY. said in pralrtoof this worthy board.It rt epGnsihle< men< at the head of the tho <(
AUGUST 30. 1902., has alreud/proven: : itA.f usefulness enterpriHi', -men who wQiild, work cbfuvtfelt;, to thA 'Ipl\lot.Tow,:, + i theL goods
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in the rock roal J j water pressure,and J Jh1 hard\ /and lvhgse'stau1In! 'li ,tht'lr ,and rljlw! are judjjiH v>r_? largely by I 'V?, buy in cart
i :c, the establishment) of.'a. fire rompany. State'would( lospfp': thd'pe9plewithconfidence"agdgivethem \ tbe character ot tV-ir church and. You ,paa' bu 4tli<*m in tingle w

i ; DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES' It. Is InVe'stigjiting, the ftie a-. an intf'r'st'hi school buildings/: wlljh In ,lfatfUle'l\ -' Je' aces' heneQt if you ot"' oUr wl bf'it'lbf: + you get

trio'light'plant(, discussing iinprovtfmen.ls the ma h.... ". ,_ '.,,;. :j- w" ; 'a I Interest! If f, the p 6plfu, 1.luclltlonall buying., \
"Fiorbt'e' pltuuie4 from and religions" The ,)1' f'i.: ; _- .
iriatu-rs.
National. for our side walks, and has at pocuHBry, man \ ; )1i' T **. (' "I' ; "
4 t apt',commenced:" to grnfiple: with'thegreatest many po.l toft vlew.;: ((3hq ,baa., one 1 whd, is neekiuft'; pl\o"? to rear 'his I HatchettAthe. ) dwaire1n' r rWest

'c United States Senator question for the welfare of great: advantageXover/most' : : : of the cbildreu, makes Inquiry\ AS to the f .' .
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STEPHEN ,R. MALLORY'\" Of Pafih,Iteach.:'; j."No ). States Her plaugpenttllmate i : .school. and church facilities lie. ;' Pa;j k h Beach
,
*aa>aa Mi*> iii*": ,. 14.... : I1 I1tlonbt' her beautiful lakes and wants fhe .
Representative ia Congress Doe wt, the:necessity of and ,rWeriy e nllotjtutlon8ln the town 1ft" ...,
ROBERT W DAVIS a high schn'oi/!, l lecause) i the puriff her excellent, huotiiif! '|)nd flshiuC), I (:, facilitinx -'I whore he makes his home. '" '
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cation of olitfcii, the putting downof during the inter, ,of I 'J. 1m'umrmn""i"; \ ; 1 '
| rogke I t ; "frj"jRW"Jfm'; ;
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state vices, the protection of, morality" bet,tUr{:. drdezi p'oeptth: low: r1d and I elN.tt/R I......,..... ; ,1 "" "ti,1,( I ttlllf, f ; 9

t" k' Supreme'Court Judge and the hope of our country are all the winter home of thousand. It i iii ; ; WHAT THE STATE I ;

WILLIAM A HOCKER linked together in one reality "the unnecessary for\ Florida to,, travel .1
3 education of our youth." abroad' to' become\ known In this 1 PRESS, SAYS H .: IMid-Summer] ,

Secretary of State Of the many reasons why education genne. She ia visited! every ,winter by; I ......N.........Ne.N..1 N. .
H CLAY CRAWFORDState : is BO important today we.will only people from all: aplt, rottheUnited;; I : ,
: The warmest times ever seen in ,Florl.d !. == '
Comptroller mention the Booth's: ,Industrial pros. States and ffiaropeL ThJ4o peopl. % politics are brewing, and unless allsllns li J. j w

+ ALONZO- C CROOM parity ajid i its! demand, upon the see,her advantages ;and' do, pot fail fail hey are' :going to materUl'.fce: !} S }

I, Southern boy. Twenty years,, ago to advertise her'whe"a' ,they return some time within the next two years. Z'i e r<< <<,, V"
CommissionersR '
Railroad
.?1 r\, HUDSON BURR the South emerged from the wreck home. ,So In.this! way; Florida; i is advertised Only ,one,thing can prevent it,,and that ","I', 'Y ,

< aDd fiita of war, wlt'hout'cr, :; [it"", tp an?, extent which! coststhouethids would.., ; \the ,complete and ,unconditional :;:;: ; ,
t JEFFERSON B BROWNS ,
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: with abort, poorly equipped'reil- anuually'to procure, were surrender of bis; seat In the United )
', County.- roads, with inexperienced men, without she situated as'ere'other'States. States Senator by Senator Taliaferro, .E In'order- to make'room for new, Fall :,: ""

.'I' _. sympathy from, the world .at ,"1 I h r.iilt still another. ideii which and that Iii a thing seldom done by a '' .
Representative! man once he in elected that position.. -ta ., y Yin Stpck; we a! e ,
to
:''i GRAHAM W KING, large and with 'a lack of confidence suggests itself right here: It ia a Tallabaisean. : k"vt "' ; ,uuejprnK, joyu% ;;

..... ,. within. Today the world stands and known fact that in the development; Weekly ----- I entire stock of clothing{ Hats, Shirts, '
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Treasurer other and 1D. .
looks with admiration at'tbij"fonnd- resources -taking advantage
l \ Guy I, Me teal f of West PaMn Beach, lced
' C H RAUUBRSO"N ation she has bulld d'wltli'' her of the opportunities within etc., at greiltly .dp. prices.? _
who' ; .
managed<< Burr's campaign also .. ... IE
'A Tax Collector energy' and Is startled with the the State we as'a people' have been managed Jeff. Browne's campaign! In the THis STOCK; IVST Gp, r gjudless of,
THOMA'S. J HARDER statistics that guarantee her march, neglectful.! What" is 'needed is :to second primary. Met calf might( be :

G'; Tax Asiessof'RICHARD step "by" step until 'the "Sunny arouse the people' of the State :to a styled the daddy of tbe next railroad the cost. Savings from $3 to $6 on Suits,
N South," abounds with "milk and realization. of what 'nature offers to commission. An exchange asks 'whetfia
M SMITH"County honey.n those who\will\ take advantage pf the} er Metcalf will be the next secretary of great savings in-Felt and Straw Hats. l; }I''

t' '""If.I ., Comuile I etonere ,The 'question, M bf old ja reversed. opportunities. Something,should be commission.. The News can answer' ;' i. "
::;"( 1st District and today the querr.v comes, can done to Instill In the miods of the' No. Metcalf can' &el 1. steady job right Save Yotir Many -'

':" F AICHER Neb England met the'South in cotton" ,Floridian that/'labor'' well dirtt'cted now''at $ISo to-uoo: per montb doing == 'r
1,,+r ::1'1I.\1\'\'. and District "" manufacturing' Can Peousyl! .'. will bring a better reward than, that, nothing but wailing for the campaign to E.. on anything ,you> need., = ;
: open for U. S. senator In 1904. Guy is ...
+ r':" GEORGE W LAINHART vania rival Alauoma! in Iron ancoal ) .which Is being received, to-day,, Practical all right. He's ia demand.-OeLand ea ... '
winning/!:, ? ,Can' :Michigan bold l demonstrations must be made News.
... i jrd District her own'in'furniture making' ? Her and demonstration must be ,. I S. SeijN6.t.MAN". '
tr R E MCDONALD -
:vvr, success! 'Is now 8ssu'rel.t. I made rlghtb-pre (at ,hQ.n'e. What is It is a pitiable condition for any coun-:

4th District The destiny of this progressiveS needed I id an appropriation foran annual try to find Itself In, when any human be- =. ." :The Men's ,OutflttenMURKIIABDT'S ofy ; Jl

JOHN. SEWELL will be In' the, .bands'of theboys State Fair, where the people oltne l leg can disturb economic conditions by fc Oruber-a; Block! e aVestPainxaBescb I t7J1iI111J1U11IIJIIJf1U1JIIII1111J1U1UU111JIiJlIAJUIIIJI6

r 5th DistrictS 'we educate\ today. 'They must State: may gather Bnd'witb each coming merely going back. out'There of is the something country'rich-and ,' '/ ' / lIdl' l .
A BELCHER be leaders or: they will be :'hewers of other study the situation as It exists ,
wood and drawers of r water" fqr the -by; a practical ,demonstration! of ally wrong- with our finanefat'8Ylten. ,
Members School Board1st : who' ; has and when such conditions prevail. Morgan -" .. '
DistrictE bojs learn to use their bands. what can be done. urge the comes back from Europe and so soon as ,
with their brain. The situation isappajlmg farmer and manufacturer of the 1
the
he off ptank.'stocks
steps J.
: B KING go up. ,. J
Palm Bench ,is ,.withinthis State tq advance, '' ;
/; Pierpont'like Jupiter,, who, when he West Palm Beach, July 4. 1909:
2nd District scope of economic developmentand The people ol Florida, in thejyay shook his Hyperion curls, the world
RE '
,y' i J C HARRIS our boys have no written excuse of advancement, and particularly in trembled will tread Wall street and bin IF YOU GOING 4;, ON A &_' fOR 4

k 3rd District for the demands that will Inevitably agriculture( and horticulture, are be- ponderous foot fall affects values from PICNIC FISHING HUNTING ', ., '-
I W M BURDINE: be'male upon them. Let us hind their State. This due in large, Maine to California andfrom: the Lakes ,

awake from dreams of greed and pact to' the, feet that they do not; to the Gulf 1 Pensacola: Press. CAMPING: I'ATYf,

.. Justice of the Peace '_ gain to the >realty bt duty; let us know whit can be done and bow to a eo Our. is the store that can stock your'Hamper with '
3rd District give our children a high school education -about'betterinr: conditions. If Prominent Americans.:
>! H P BRANNING I /end if there bo genius: that Legistajtule of Florida was to 'The magazine "Success" some time food Things to' Eat. "I, $('

< among'' us let it develop in the nhin- spend a Targe sum annually, in somewelldirected 'ago began a contest to determine who Boneless Chicken Boned Turkey'' .. ; ." :
'' Every;: member' of the Board of ing' pathway of the universities movement along this reconsidered the fifty greatest! living Lunch Tongues Sliced Dried Beet'/'.. : d ..
l' ( Trine I 101 urged to be present at the ; ,citizens of this country, whether Am,-rl- Vienna Sausage Cervelat Sauna in- d ,
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would more
while it only the ordinary students, line.advantage than Potted Ham Potted Chicken .il'
next Wednesday cia by blrtfi or The .
: meeting naturalization
regular '
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Russian. Caviar'
,' a high school education Is their compensate far the expenditure. basis of the opinions which its readers Chicken Tarauliea'
evening. "The Sun would like to Sugar Cured Hams lieini .
i just deserts.!" see an ex- were asked to fo'rmulate was tbe service Clam Chowder Baked'Ueans t..
hiblfat St. Louis but It docs not Cream Cheese.Currant .: > ;
A high ,
perfect school-prosperity which the
-j.
: ; not men or women named h.*e Strawberry Jam \
i 'drllwloatt a few of ntion the to State the papers usefulness are students' and public spirit among desire to see the movement for enrh rendered to their country and their fel Delicious Cookies SwrIQklea.Jelly; l t'("'I' ,
i /: the citizens. an exhibit inaugurated/: unless a'n lowmen. In the August issue it Is an. In fact everything make
I Palm Beach Board of t ; your outing Jleli ;htfulJlQfCt'8ll.: ,
of the West
ii..,. / We haVe prosperity no, one will amount sufficient to Ins reitB8uc ss pounced that gut of the thousands of J
'.r., .,.. Trade and are urging.local organization deny. We have students-twelve Is appropriated and the management lists received. the Judges awarded the t'I' W BUBKHAHDT .FrneSr\'Gr: \ ocer'ies II "

along the same lines. leave for DeLand for academic education placed In propertiands.!} prize to Oscar M. Mortez, a carpenter of ; ?
New York City. His list is as follow : It wiU pay you, tH purchase our '
.: to say nothing of those who I ( Coupon -f90 ; ._ ; ,
that off Statesmen-Theodore Roosevelt, Gro- :'
Au: exchange status one are unable to Ko-con't we, have POOR KEY WEST I ,, .
t remarkable tried ver Clevland, 'WIlliam J, Bryan, Chief "
ever
the iDost cases
public spirit? Won't we bestir ourselves The people of Key West are certainly Justice Melville W. Puller ,,,;
!ft(I, was recently settled at Decatur. A ? take his subject to heart, having a bard 'time ) -' :,
ekeingout Commerce Pierpbnt :
-J Morgan,
John Do You Want : :
young man bought 2,000 cigars/: and realize, its necessity and help the an existence since ''the city Ice D. Rockefeller Andrew' Carnegie, t : ,.1,
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hail, them insured" for their full value* l aEIIft'M' U'J'.B'1 i '?,' .'
board trade in their ef- / ,
of strenuous factory wan destroyed. The thermometer Chas M Schwab.ReligioaBisdyp. .We how them to Sell,and If w / .O'A ''
'.i smoked them up and then demanded fortforin honoring ourselves in thin;' has hovered away np in !! John H. Vincent, Just Done what on ham you to.suit,w .",

bid insurance; claiming they had home pride, we honor 'our country the nineties down there and what Bishop Heny C. Potter Archbishop John ... .aot'A ,I "
been destroyed by fire. The case and in fee Ireland, Dr. Emil G. Hirsch, Francis E. are Prepared' \ ,,;.
honoring; our country, WI baa been shipped In from Miami \ .
wee taken to courft and the judge honor our God. M. and Punta Uorda baa been gobbled, Clark, To Furnish=- -. ., :;:,
decided in favor of the young man. Army and Navy=Lieut. Gen. Nelson '" .

'. : 'w The company then had the young', FLORIDA AND THE FAIR. This up by lends the''saloons the J Key and West' restaurante Advertiser,', A. Miles, Brig' Gen. Leonard A. Wood, -t Pum nQ:' Outfits, for Irrld tion. ,- >.v'
Admiral George Rear .
Dewey Admiral I
for lire to hisown '
I" mHO arrested setting I. At a time when the press of Flori to protest, aa follows;: Win field, Scott Schley. Write or call tie lIS tot Anything in aAH
: and the Judge "' '
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same Oat Line
property da Is devoting deal that you aced *
a great of space I "While the thermometer here U l Editors-W. R. Hearai, Wbitelaw '
; ordered that he pay a fine and to the matter of I the proposed state I averaging between' 90 and 05", one I Reid. l Merrill-Steyelns; : Engineering da, >'
:
; -go to jail for three months. exhibits at the Educators ,
coming world's fair does not, become (Inspired with en -Charles Williams Eliot 9

.. in t-'t. I-KJuia In 1004, It will not be thusiasm, but is more-,apt to..suffe, '.'president of Harvard University ; ArthnTwinlng JACKSONVILLE., FLAB -_-.- ,=-F ., ".-
What a grand instirution'for amiss to reproduce the sound advice. from, "that tired feeling" .besidewhen Hadley; president of Yale I." l'JIo.inoa'

Palm Beech it it would have what given on that subject by'the Gaines the limited supply of Ice order' University; Charles P. Thwl, Jr, pre ,Jacksonville t ,Marine. :i Railways r JT
the greatcity of London now boasts villa Daily Hun. ed is token by barooms and l-lent of. tbe Western Reserve Univer
up ... ..,
sit Cleveland, O. : Lt
t"'' ':. of. In that metropolis a company That pit per says: restaurants, and the .1; ;Jacob Gould Schui*c............. ;..
famishing man, president of Cornell University. ..........................,.........,
,f6.: has been organized which Is expected "There Is something being: said by thousands, ,barred it is : ',
put, ,
are, not
Ithaca, N Y.; E. Benjamin Andrews, ; .. >:.ee.iisob..i3.'y'. .,:. '"t> >:.
to solve the hUng problem. This the 81 life about Florida _
now calculated
just to assist
press ooe's'plety. We '
president the University ol Nebraska special R.t.s )
; : i. byMawtyFarnlshMThroiigluiiit. w. er tI.O'b : .
'; ; company( guarantees: to send a meal being represented in a' creditable opine,, that the dealers in ice. ,would Woodrow Wilson, president of Princeton I _

-v;; anywhere, at any time, at a moderate manner at the great St. Louis, 'exposition make,, themselves more popular if University, Princeton, N. J.; Ira Rem- : .r r THE ,' I :

,ti? cost,the dinner to lie'asgoodas where nearly every State In they 'Would give private citizens the seri, president of Johns Hopkins Univer i r h ,
can be Rot in any of the first class tfm; Union is to send' the best it has. preference over others, sity.:Baltimore Md.; Booker T.' Washington CbmmefcjalCLEMATIS : H'te1 i

rest'' uraots. Notouly Is the dinner .creditable exhibit should go from "We are pleased to note that; Wm.lurry's principal of the Tuskegee Nor .: "" _, '' .' ,

+' \ went, bur with it goes a complete Florida. Sons are making strenuous mal and Industrial Institute, Tuekegce, AVENUE, NEAR JEFFERSON BLOCK:." .t.

table service, silver glass and "There are however, a great: many efforts to re-establish their ice ,plant Ala. 'y r 't :. ,"

napcry. The Idea in itself ia not questions' to be considered before at an early date; also that a supplyof 'Holland Inventors' -Thomas A.. Edison' John .: C. W. SOHMID, Proprietor ;.
inventor
,
s particularly new; but; the price for Florida should decide to send an'exhibit 'ice from Maine ia momently expected boat .. the submarine;) ... .* 1

; e whk-IVit Is done is surprisingly: smnll. to St. Louie alia means of advertfsing for the' present state; of the air; George brake.We tlnghouse, l inventor of i I IEiplorers =Special;; Attention ,to Rooms Lfg fte'd'i i: ;<',

?4 A dinner for one, comprising soup, the grut resources and advantages affairs"simply intolerable. .. -Robert B. Peary, Evelyn'' : x Travelling Men ,. With Gas. *
',
entrtw, roast and sweet., !Is sent out of this State. In 'the )first "We learn that O. Johnson. ,J!; B Baldwin. .1 I I : -, : : i :r-

for two shillings./ Breakfast costs a plm i e thepeople of Florida- should insist -; Son received only ,,100 cakes nut ofan 'Art-Charles Dana Gibson, J. McNeil p?, ,. ...u. ?. J Fe: Q.f.r>>Pot" Rq.QQ1"; ., ,., ., :r ; rfi

shilling lunch a shilling undertakes and 'six f that"if.there is!,.te be, an exhibit order for 40,0 ca kes., May the Whistler, Augustas, Edwin St A.Gaudeas.Abbey, John LaFarire -,I I .........1i.!!e .1....t........ .................., .IP....."." .j.,

pence. The' company to at all 1$ should be a good one. The Good Lord send, us an adequate Music and Drama-Lillian Nordica, "I : ,", ,"1
supply. nil the meals of a ,household exhibit of this State at the World's supply of ice or temper tin. hot opera slater;Joseph Jefferson; actor. ,. ')\ 'J. "'vA .. ._

1 at a guinea per week for each one. Fair and at ,Kuffulo have been char weather with 80mT cool; refreshing Phoebe Philanthropy-Mrs Clara Jan,Burton L. Stanford Mrs.J LAKE WORTH: BOAT WORKS "
:iJ;! It has' central kitchen 1 acterised as poor and ''a disgrace to breezes." Miss Heantl ller Groul.1. ;:
wherep :
; fond phft'' ia the State .:J "LI"t'I'sy.re-SamudI".Clemen.MarJ.' ( A. T., UO8E, >l>roprletor., ,
is preparedand I -doing Floridaan'' Injustice ( t -0 ;' ',"J'1l ...it. ,
J :II.
i Twain), William Dean IlowelU, "Edwin Launches, Yaohts.Sal'\ and Flab 'Bda "..
a F ally vnnstructed baskets so arranged II i while attempting to do her U, .
good. Who', would of Markhaia. 171nghys'
dragging/: out James Whitcomh Riley,,Edward Built to Order ia
; that tie hot dishes will stay hot s sla ]Better let the matter alone than repeat 'an' existence:In' the northern' portIon Everett Hale. .1 If ..,-/ Overhauled, Repaired or ",Out, _'f,\, S .. t" 4

/ 4 -and the cold dishes cold.. j II] a failure I tbeState/My'forjDstance in .If.Science Barnar, --.Prol. Jaques Uoeb, Edward I.. ]lO.18.U. __ Boat P,Yards O. "Mr.at M WEST ag0nl: ..PALM' ,BEACH" :, : :?'", .,I u "


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eloaed rather .than pay their taxes.they MASC. .We Would Remind -Our Friends*and Patrons that-OurQreTatClearing
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I" DIRECT LEGISLATION carry thef flght: ugalant tho tech- .
> Teti. _" W.o i Ladro-Tem
'',' U'S and children from court '
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: m ADOPTION and will not {,ay. With millions of '\ J .
a": t&.IKELItfOoe OFo ITS If" .!A property and with their special privilege The AJea'WdilHIIJlu.' a lodge sub : Sale 'of
the Masonic IBtailWd, 1 the Indlffei
MASSACHUSETTS *
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*, a gift from the II\9plo. t hetwllt .
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.) thonttand.VV. .ont<-and aarelea c/, |JlQUlut. wb -can -' '
taxen /
pay onlyon' few "
.will,' ptryA I. due. HARUWARE AND
but not jh FORNITOREIS
', not, :
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Stead of tUajiot-
4/ ? 3.a.-tljly.e/gpaltWO' +has'11I._ ry.: found that naue brother who 1 to for h. ,
n.W.... "'_4.. I'....'... ". ,d.rich men of Chicago was paying S uiyjle .pay -'
tut ot morecb -9/to ibe9ddgetl l I
W'ye'yIA1" \ P*.P qoo. 0._."w'dV 'ixmeot. taxea,Jtfke/ ,>other pen. I may other ways1 than-ibBBnoual due*', oul. ; JU: -FJJLL', : SWINO .
The wovkingmen have never ubeeu "
.$cUad.rPr'.atiM.ta.a. ,be, The fdend ',fKd".:should; bit en '
i (BpMlal Qorr.apond.noj I ", known communities,4o>'make.unveaoonable Wat' Immediate demandsin de ,.or, (01 It.draw Mratenance fionuth,'' shy,not,take.advantage of such splendid':, bargains aa;we are now

Our JoubU ar..{traitors ,,live branch and.tttiliJMreafcen*.ih* tree, > offering in puristbrea P
wand has ot workingmen -
aDy"lar body
,, Joae the '.on And ipake us JRo .
Jiut the! brother in of 'valuelottl' ; d '
made which t rond-
night wtnJ ever woe 'uotl< >
Bj>"f.arlnate'attempt ; ly; eo rtdered-' In thml tereatc MC.. clvUication Jodge 1Jk.othel" wiSt than his p* iiutur; ; M :E. SrRUBERr
_M.a.ura For Measure.1! /tndonly) erring:outheA< ldtf.;of :coutrlbutloa U Kfllvlug.branch cf'tblipa .
Aj'eterendumledet.waa-HDI to Mij ot'tree and jefould be protected .
;
; modesty; ? ,, ,
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the noted English authojon lAn 'of the 're'111'11..01tocJge..howal ,
lame Bryce w'b..14:; ifi the iAmarfcai<*< FedeaUonofYtabprycrtjhe'4pithtNQjFS I examlnatgi
'r, ''civic and'"tneJDber'of the house a I \ :!JiDibpr bad tfft the/m Hlicul, profeaalon Geo. S.,. Hacker'& Son A tAWAAWA/AAAAAAAAAAUeAU1u+IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1
\OmmoDII4 Mr. Brlce's reply was print blundered Into this three hundred' mll- l is raprwugfml' by a ...iI'er. pecentege >' =

tod in the Baltimore American. lie sat It wa Interesting, but that'Nuina Droi art r'thr fie-- reuW'of ?14od1''1'1 tt
.." lib ted 1C It had bean a !good 'thing,for idp'fessed'tthnt'lt\ w (...Jat'lltmdP.f.Ijltb.; devoted: to:the t'nnoe.JL ,
r" .a... Borland,'' Bv. asked how we proto 'a>tl4uihB! .:bu,5' ant# i@Y'habtdrtedlu < : grand:master hat no right to diet r

'&:, get the,referendum. "Wouk >. deJIuIf,1, ;, 'MoyIQ; .,r oy .1!p rtJJttltlty.:.,\ or Tluli subordinate 'lodge,"iulBelndj' y. PHARMACYIIIEiM" ;
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l'1l. t'be: simpler to reform the leglsla itetmplun4e t \ $Ing*t\a unordering T; Q i Ig- or otherwise,. while'In eslou wltliirr.workliig \( :

ttlrl'8 ot which'you complain Why d? < tYlSb"tothQU art Methyl bis way t\e..elu'ln\ the usual ;. Prpprletora.
yetiaalt'"down<< \:; patiently If their faults We expect Ad"CIIItU ,..InI.tlatl.l.Iderel1dum and legal manner required by our rllim ,\ r
.*II are a* bad a* you descrlbaV' 'atten.tbatuprepoe'tioa: and general' laws of the order. 1 .'

,We" have to modestly disclaim the "aiareprpsentoileq! ,-':,pd'Ybeh4voulbeen 'Columbus Neb., wilt have a new Mu. an ",
t grace of patience. Tbe'commoners' pa- 1tot\( :olaeWhere l uetrar' ..(astl'ad'pot! ttlilble i sonic bali| to cost 40000. ,:dealers"in ReliaWe'IeiiciDes I dad Chemicals '

t peo) under Mr. Chamberlaln'8 bloody by Jetting everybodjLknow a11.'u bout It. According tq.i reports Just 1 issued, .the ,

e shiner so" brightly thai 'our own press bureau la ;puppsed of people Grand Royal '.Arcb, l' k'Ueitce Impatience beside It Dui, loA flood newnpir2er-'With ;letter ,York has 102_subordinate,:or.congtlru'- MANUFACTURERS' OF A FULL LINK; (or-. r

.Set,thatfiasa.Suppose It. Dr, W..'N. HU1 of 'Baltimore eat ,chapter; ,udder its' J rl dletlQlt. ,Doors. Sash, Perfumes Rubber'Goods' I
1 each country had had a referendum I* the bead of tblr bureau." Iluor!. y During the past year they exalted; 1,1)70, % ,
f not 01a mixture' of men, parties Readily '" adopt *ref crectdum 'affiliated, J43. restored JOT"deuUtteU ZM Blinds, Mouldings Toilet ArtICles< Cigars and

c measures. and parties, bnt definitely; ongoing planks.:We aeqUaljn,,PI'8 1\inent.jlollti.( and suspended.001.Ieavlng.a net alllu -A.ND- *
t to war with peoploiacroas( the sea clans '.Ito,% meet andL!pluki1t of 1,(>9O and making the present membership Building Material and, Stationery. -Tobacco. fcf
't for_ their good and our glory. their intereet-W/' as p Rnlblo l to '23,333 WESTPALM
I, Our own patience what,there t* of it.Ireof'the ,. Ifor, It. Already the conservative par-; IxxJgeB are beglgningto.Juake.ais! CHARLESTON, S, C.Eta" PALMS BEACa.CITY A''
same quality a* the resignation t f.the conservative stateof! ..Wiasa'chnve 'the
rangemeiits for tbe celebration of evmmntmvytmnrnr.m.n..yy.nm..r.m..
/ of the Dutchman' wife'who died JViow Largest factory South.
: ta bosh, .efel'4iidump1Ank! l and .. ,
one hundred flftletliytnolverwry
ofWnshington'a
lei. smallpox: In a pesthouae. iSyinpaJtbf itgoi'there' la,1i, ? btety;"; hq'iloipkubrb Initiation ; Send for Price

; (>lng.frlend.4nqulred If.she, plus( re- ;t t.u\ : 1: i y1e41taita/rmeuaflih!\ :! / I The rfleruber of Fremont, lodge. Nci r MEAT ''MARKET
Sinned. -Meln Qott.she bad to bel" be .Fpmuittee.on.4>uil .UtHttonaV_ am ndnaonts -
97. Florence, Colot.arei, about ,building
eJclaJmed. A tfaeeacbusett..Icglela- favors, It, ,e ,t u'a.tJ9\JIJf,' \ ; ,aad.honestly a pew ball, to cost 30000. A noynlArch AGENCY: ''Florida and ''Western' ''Meats, Poultry, Game and Eggs. w
voted
ture was asked why a majority TbeFD@akfr: tltha bouese, ,by
U, also about
chapter being orallulzed. .
for' ''the; elevated railway company' no iioeanr*aipefeomeiv. stt'a w iabow- 'CONTINENTAL Mall OFdj'Reeeiv. Careful Attention.
'Wll..which most eyerybody: knew 'was. ,Ingwhich'>wayi'Abe"uwlnd.blo.jv! .' "Ue
ppd. "py Jupiter. we had\ to vote for Itqr.ttra 'hoes.b611oiet:l"" 'hf6tttpg.lw'glvthg"of An eventwhlch, 1* believed to,, ,be ,-,.,_ ,Jefferson: mock, WEST PALM BEACH. i'
company: wouldn't let us go- back franchise directly-/ to the$peoplefi Tb1s .without precedent In ,the: ,history. of

:Jtp the. ,legislature again," be _replleilBlrn'ply i 118 4 the compulsory refefendum which Freemasonry?toi-k<< } place In.'Bluckf Rlvjerrf PLANT COMPANYOf
N. Y. recently, ,wben .Paolclrll..
to f "
'Jthey alffijidy! t1a8l'e>lla./regard ; ranhlaeal'ln'Ban -
Netv) >England Isn't ,much tafrnld.of ,> Kra-rttlecoJWnd It* 114-118t Scott", aged, seventy-one his .oiwmueUfifty '

the Initiative' ,. and rttfei. hlegrandmnsgedrtwepty' KittreU,'Nt O. J. B. MCGlN.LEY & C o. .
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| the first place .tbe'"plain., common wht lftLl.ltp\1. JITJtnterc1::* two, we..IJ""lnltlatt> 4i IOop161bavpmoreplalnVcoglmonsensethan'!!' ; : i I In January lD O. Mr Henry Stirling( order,thesamevening.(
some of the greatest people who 'of!Hertford,"'a member of the rtypo- ,Many; Masonattend ,the annual BTHA.WIIKRIIT PLANT .. ,Strictly 'First-Class ..
are so heavily,fttocked'wtth uncommon 'gfethiitI'tUUona'? ( Po..tlefore meeting to pay their duea and. seem! to
Cabbage, Tomato anil Velcry PlanU.
I' sense_ ,that, there I* no. room: for tbe the, D611toY tr.l'.abor'lunlofrkt6ar' I feel| that\ they get their money': *. worth' / -:
i!... n"b We" have.:' always bad the 'thai 'body J to appeal? 'to \M"l sue t\\at.QDe: \ communication. : far they CARNATION "INKSA'Spec..ltl' House-Furnishings,
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,. .' i, iat1veandgteren4gmiqtheSS for 4 constitutional Initiative. Ue"Was dq ,not IIVpel1.agqlq, until they re.pflva ,

:,,' o\v pngland' towq meeting/ which, Jef'fcvtion I placed 011' the legislative, cym.tnHtee.whlcHr ) another summonfrom, the* ..eeI We handle Ro.... and Flowering Ptnnta fur Draperies, Window Shades r

declared to be the, most perfect ,wae lnatM2ct \J'.to; draw up.a.UHffor I retafy.-l allOnIQll3taodllrd.; O. L. Tuber, Olen Bt. Mary*'1.. ,
'ystent of self government ever devised Samuel F. Ilubbnrd .of. Boston woe
ancoD tltatlonaklnUlatlTe QU pet1lnq A stare of your patronage aolioltcil.WAIL Wall Papers
)by' man." Any teq vpterg cant have aqynattei1 ? pf,l ,OOOry$tpri .'ftbi 0 tif,1Q: .per cent elected grand high priest and J. Oil ORDBBa.!: PROMPTLY FILLED ,
'. { fntroduced; }nta the\ ,warrant: Twenty uulontsiaaappsere4t iluefore the1@ltlghttieeomplitteelartueptlland man iWalte- Boston- grand, secretary Wicker
nd 1 sptt'od'\ by tbe..voter*. :Tbq prlnolwaa a of thegrandctmptevof Iaasachuirt'tta. Atldl-CM PRANK COPKlitf .. Japanese .
1 / .,and states be- .. Arch Mai t- P,O. Box 1440.W..'palm Bcaoh' Fla '
p- '" lost H the title long discussion wall bad Id the b9uee. There are over 10,589 Royal
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r) ntfithelr;, \ larger.;populatloat'wad@; it 'lrb0"Nex: f'1 ar'\0 "1.i. bot"'\) [ltZh'f10u8 Ions In Massachusetts, and ,Enamel Goods

'(f. k"''imposalble until anew method of In- ..And 2QOQ people .petitioned for ,tbe
1t1atlv.-and-.tel'e04um-: d. amendment,-'and It received vote of A C. Dittmar.DiaL" ,Freight. Prepaid Anywhere in Dade Couhty

The Swiss have/ shown.""bow.to adapt 03 for and 103 against In the house .
the pclnolple to large population tThls\'year a Joint committee on jdlrect :. IN Jefferson" Block" 'WEST PALM BEACH
dvery Btate.,.. *pept Delaware baa'. jegialatiotk" lot theluasspchu.eltastate! 1-11 It
,the initiative and referendum In con. branch of the American Federation ot and
Hough
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stltntlon making> the most" ,Jmportantlawmaking. Labor\ : ,tb"1 Boston Building Trade -"'- ------------.
CQuncllnd'the Xent! al Labor union F gent OrJfeSedV,No..9.of,tbe.D..QsbCK. :

IV"" ,Byer) ; lear.. Brj.cltyand"lown; In did some-effective pre-electlon work..ex04l8lUnIf17 ,baa the.proull.llJ tluuUoo. of being,the Dpcsscd" Iiumbcf. ,: 'CRAYONS ... -0 WATER COLORS. i
",.r .Ma Bac4Ull t ,"'ote. :Yp.II"fr"Jlo?: yn I LAn>. courteous and convincing ,l largest to Jtni>le.and of having never.lost .
whether\ that city or town shall license letter was sent to every candidate a member bjt, unpeuson| T ifeoiple, .

);,., I1quoJ.' olp lf. ,.JVl\
tb@jeglslature..pot.. carlna'tq jt hereapoualblllty ',tlb.. valuable;Jabor;, IIi1ah'tloQ.ready; / The, Knights of t Mason City; ., Shingles, Doors, Sub, Blinds, RESLBR. ;
.
'" for'01' agajnst an eight'ihovr secured (to Massachusetts and. "respect. building a twentyrflvei( thousand dollar .
ASS tew*municipal emt>k>y..*.'.utw"dully) but urgently"requoatlng/ the canidldate hoapital. rTbeiKnlgbt, very popular Phot '

.1' mltted It Jo tb,u people. ,.Bight hpurf' to- notlfyrthe mlttee as to In.Alaaon City. ,uldlngs.-BrW, lima, .- .grrapberr. $

tl,u", "" won by a 4atge V uajoj/ >Jty. ,;whether l be,favored, the JnltlaUve and Supreme Keeper'of Recprd and Seal .
What ware<< afraid of la having our' referendum, that,.they.might notify the White of Teuueaaeevba continuously and idllrl CLEMATIS''AVENUE

!ItMalatorsipuniabed bj;.fjv fork cap ",,nnlqns In 4il..-locality. Fortunately; the filled thatrb0keyaince: *1887. Bulldtrs H '! ite'M oni
t5 ItaTTirts and, by Boston: .Plt..1I.tsw.!!; Pubtlo Franchise league. of buslnea :Any taieuiber of the order of the uniform 'Oppo Temple. :

S they do donest work: and rewnrdedfpr4,"JQeQ.o\ll.o made,urgent inquiries' each ?! rauK/ Who-'accept,an' office1 anil FORT, PIERCE. '! ,FLORIDASPBODL'S t
dishonest )York. Over .1.200.000' was .cauiUilate) ,.promising to publish .In theapewspapertrepilea willfully' neglect.'the>ldUUe -:of 'such ,. West' Palm Beach, Fla.

i picked apart the streets of Boston ''Iast"'S and-absence of replies ,,odce luHoltsuhe orller'or-.which he ,Is I .
year according to the report of"the1 : The league wished to know an unworthy member. ,I.'TbeY8tew' -----------------------

president the elevatedcompany.' whether 'the' candidate 'favored the : of the''endowment'rank' g: EXPRESS

But a smajj percentage-of auoU, proftrused building of the subway byt Boston or by Is bused,upon;actuat cost of Insurance
on l legl iatnte.baajofteneoored, (the elevated company and also whether during expectancy 'of life.-divided for A. DALE C. C. CUTTRELL,
enormous ; ncrease Io..propta:. .. .pglsatnrea -r Itho..la.ncIJdate.! favored the referendum cont'enleuce"iald' fixed monthly; 'pay..1 Furniture moved, BIAg'ilge! I0. I-

//t > cau't be rwforwed\ uibr! ."Uh; ,. wheo;petitioned for by the people. lie- meuts" during'' the life of..the'ppiicant. t.rautfllrred and| general MANGONIA :BOAT WORKS

t conditions::1 'theIt,art tbe",poweca: ....not, .,pilewere published In many newspaperarlandent In'II<<'Ordallce'wlth'hl.'ar at date'ol. draytn.2' done at reasona-

ourselves, which' work for unrighteous ,, to'voter' ,In every district applyluj'for membership. "'1'hese"pastmeuts bl /rat"*. .C,. C., CUTTBELL, Manager.Shipwright .

'rel. nesse eLst on. election day. do not Increasewith '.Increasing! t
Two-Seated
We ourselves are a great corpora, It I* remarked that the legislatureI age, but always nq !lhf tlon with Business:: interests..Involving1: of .'l ulte'uuollual' quality this year.Apromluent'moaopolyorgan \ goj4{? \ ptar ding of' top 1mbe"\ OrS: ngleauggy;: o .
millions upon millions, poverty: of" say that MARINE RAILWAYS
etches, warmer' peace,.life or death. But J no doubt candidates resented! being?\ put ')lVIT60 WORKMt For hire by' hoar or 'day. .:.

after our agents are once "1ecW"'l" ppOn the rack and being made ta pledge Leave orders Manilla IInu... and Boat' ....

..t S ,AaI4A4,:o r91Pv&fP444YaDuglesti: < .jtbenpeJTCB>eorfH, election! tQ ajcertnlncpurpe. Rrewt4'. qf ,tbeT, 0,11.-. a.,'............. 13.6.1/ Shops. West Side of Lake,
A peqplp wbq have a habit of sob; \ but the method were such that"no 1..4.." "".... ,
Witting! tQ -jl41cuJous Ufin!rtl .ti ocea one be/ dared to vppoae them." Wonderful thing have been:done .In> at MANGONIA.
t and. vital luJ"rlea.of%kwgcvsTf t ...anayJeelitbat ." "The committee bearing on the bill for Estimates :.Burnished, on New or Old Work.
the A..O, U. \V..In Michigan In twenty-
UJs I ontnral to submit also fopa tutlonal Initiative packed! *.large Gee: years, la :1877 there were five':,Louisville! :&N asbviIlB Vessels hauled out! and taken care of for the Summer.

1' I to corporation rule. and to politicians'rule room. and labor leader from many lodges. Now tlterepre.104.in "1877
,IWAII Work Dons'With'Neatness
-and.,ta anjrotheOJnJuBtTUiebntt ; : : : towii:'Were"there.\ fury D Lloyd only d; handful pf juemberp;:now pver RAILROAD and Dispatch.
8EA SKIFFS A SPECIAL .
P.lt seems rl"h&o'andnaturaJ.othatwe made what The'Traveler call "a cla*> yr tt-I-03.
( 23.000 In, J877 an order.weak anduu--
!" 'should'.have Jbepo\v ..f"'ct..nJ\(, \ she a4l4'''..;*, 'Many good .editorial on known; now strong..,uctessfuLppd\: !
worl taat Our reprpsent40TM. o ,Wheni the reEef/e4um'bavaappeared in unexpected known to all. men as tbe beet fraternal First-Glass Service -
we consider it of sufficient importance place i society on.the continent 7so11o71c11oisotloltoisotaoisoilo7so7solaofeollol.o7aoLaol olNOaolao1eo11olto 9 '
eueAclary
forget petition*,of, any, S per.!Cent.;of *Th.'chairman-of the joint committee.Ir. Wolyer lne Workman" and QuickSchedules ,o. ,
th..veters Stirling; 8a.I111 tb* labor-,.union : '
", *.nJaat.wtlalJ.bLreme.D4Jm. as''"fast aa"t'people.antLxtihxbatti 'Ondemtand .lies latent th.adoptloaot.d1roctleglalgtionIn political power.'oufflfilent/ tosecure .1000gll.,Recorder' 'ewCepaIp4ton.,Mowr, | %, l jIa org9nlced; Pwltb.achatter a new". to National:: Bank'of the State 'of Florida.I io .

)lst, of twentyiolgbt niember
; ; Birmingham Nashville, 1f
In the ;
progressive conservatism It works tbey tbrfol l'tb.of the states
want StI't\er' ; say.the. ae1te jeettbat, .TJrJon.! It only,.e.da.to bOA awakened.rtpetagtbned Tills tkrpugh, I lathe tnstrunieptalltx_, .third lodgeiorganl.d Of thlay4- :\anvUleJ Chicago,. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i
It la Impossible an* p*>w.J1IgJaer aad'directed.!' One trade ( LouUvllle, Cincinnati, -o _
tlve-jmembar of, thel brothetboo4,
tban the people to keep t.(fOA..th.eJIt.;..,DtOOlJot. I lq.each state could do tbl ..beneftclarjr Si. Louis and ill point 'I I "Ito
: permanently.! There< "o.. | eartWy. :, Vork4f: *.Aad.th. support, advice and Every fraternat Border Weitnd Northwest STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY i
eonalder tie b.st4and! baa 5
ay.tenrt'tbe; '
encouragement 1 of advocate of djrectffffftalattofih : Y
power. all
and :
Mobile New Orleans
TbwbttotyeotZbbti( ; InltlttMye{ .|ii4 felt I. I TK>id ,be- glad; to give claim very-good saythe, argument' ,Nebraska ln>-support"'-Workman of its, Points; Southwest ,.*o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President THOMAS P. DENHAU, Cashier f
,{ yyendu' BXahflWatUtat. wblK L iatactaVorbad fetich- *,..tion" a-l.could to any one I : #
polltcan( eMllE decgtvtt, hAnest wllliog_to taTke "np-j tbe.work In any but none J>as> yet '4indergoaa>the'test. Thro, gb ticket. vis' the Louisville & ,,o. JAMES D. BAKES: Assistant Cashier. 2 0

voter aatWib*:>>oUt.Sc1&Da'JIM: tert: latatft.The; method I* so effective& and of third Df eenturyvan has theA.O.Ll. Nashville,are.sold by all Railroad Con- o +
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and while, bigotry rules In party-p- "th.>expens sovsmall that It seems aha W" "and: thw trial.. .by time, If tbe lotdemoneu'adn..the pon Ticket Agents in Florida. o Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmer

tica...ret trben.jiepara.te. "tpa.ura" come { ui.,to neglect the matter." least paeentrorder 1 ..f.a.chaood" Porachedulesrates. and sleeping-car! Xftabii Frul -Growers Solicited.: g
beep bas at! proved that it *
majorities are u.uallY'riaht.Th. Those Who cannot attend committee
op reservations, apply to
;>and; thoa*>.wba> bav.toined oatottoltoetoetoetokoltotloROetostoetoetokokoetotlottottot okotottoaloK 'hJ
.lo.t.I dU : askUff '
principal argument a. boaringc-'wrlte letter to legislators M
: ..test JfftlaliUlon, ja.this; .;:TThe people them aid-the bilL IfiWUouldgetiiiiiMVElajatlon have uoi.been; deceived. )., FLEMING. i
make: mistakes. Irresp9ik lblewvager ,. / this year the tide South Dakota loads the race-la. Feb Florida Passenger Ajent, L & N. R. R. \1'
Initiate ..stravasantm". much higher next, uary with nut'galn of SOS Nebraska 306 West,tt&y St ,Jacksonville, Fla.
f will will rlae year.Otuisar.
earners very
,+ are.wblebtwilItat.tbefneneyoftaxpayers. ICU.I> conies'next .th..llIt. Of" WlnnerY"ryttha" | C. fc, STONE. h h OFFICIAL LODGE SEALS

Those who pay the taxes ought net-galri of 833..rollo"l'titt' l>"OfcgQO Gen Pass Agt, Louisville, Kentucky Ru' S! Q t.
' to spend Al*jn.7 Xha .4'n._liypidrar.gtimmttagalasbalb 1I! _. i dtsetteeJiirY':; .; BT8,1:"New-Torn IJO.'OhlO' '14%:; CcHOradO U UIJ Pf StamD ) ..TO ORPER. ., 11
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:+ .aoppbdpa bMUto- ''tF.orl11otr' ftesldeot Morebouse* of the too. 'exa* J3U North' Deota'130.t'ennpytvpula a J IN TWELVE HOURS .

dons It Is often used candidly. But It TJnltud TypotbetMOtAmetlcatAwetl! | tAlunce making lOan4Qneb gains were under'100.J..Protector. 'loa Tb.. W.-. H ARTSON OF ,ALL KINDS '
who c.aQ' afford ; ( Rubber Works
I'il the argument oMbose teokn.tlnpluylag printer ft, iConnccti- Florida Stamp ..!;r'
to baY. I b olhou". built- ,. abtbougb ,:cub ,itaian. ddreiM ,,at:the.' Boston Typotbeteerdlaner .

carpentern. _pjead Jthe. .W..el'J4tcbe.pee4. advocated high wagesa4 Ordee..tttn. e........'...... TAlLORINC- -' GUY I. METCALF, Local peD&; 224 Main St., -..Jaok oaville, Fla. > ,
to V...
..tpe tajmUlPKt: > Aor\ ,a ooed business policy. "If the waster '" I
N. are bp on allIdes. //i.
Jcpttolg.p.edypgpJJtetrajattlqteacbWRnpadwcWMlrmyknTao \ i said be. "bad I' w"ehapfer springing Bruckis "-.
mal printers of Boston" The earrent'year-protnlseit; to be la All ,Its y
& +ro.laell Increased the pay of their men $5 a ... Factory 01S. 017' q .'
far tb -trioet% saccessfnt the Order of Rend "
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by .
oil& : _week |..t..**ttloUber rponey. jwouldno .. MANON'S,'S 010. WelltUaySt. ...'"
Eastcrn-gtar ..have, 9..e.out,.of.th.elr\ pocit@ti." Office a.lft Kales.l ;N1+
CLEAl 18 (
7 r lP'Ound tilatbboGe>Ub..ar\.u 'tcv. Afe.>th{ annual convention of the Typbtbeta 'Memberabtp Irf the: edder'aftorda"prstection't&traveling'aml 'anf: \ PRESSING, : : GU 'jkVA i JELLYCANDY room 413 W. Day ./ ?, 4HUHO
I Indescrlpale Jacksonville. "rlf'
extravagant to the la.t'de. Neav.ntbr.e. Nt '
'fI' pat music In a..o 'If.ViIiS rAND'AEPAIm8) !! DllHVtt
grew They'Ilkef better**the approprlaf President Morebouae vie a strong sense or pleasore and security: both Jolty\ eteI wTowtuonlwsst! "' .; ... ,1' '
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affair. In IU bvme and abroad. .
dons of money for military champion of the eight hour day. StvA COM if'I
lie Shop ou Oil** SWelt flails
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BSJiik'', ; '' ? 'THE TBOHCALffiiUj. ,, aST:! yALM B.4\C.n.\\ ? ,OBiF? yBlDAt AUGUST 89, 1902."i'' F' '' 11; x'y I

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y 1't,' THE! TROPICAL SUN NEED OF A HI8H SCHOOL. "It politic, ; coidd tp induced to either Jackson !% or Penaacola This is "i'

I Every. "aweet has Its bitter." To take a back seat and the. right meD where the then $meter goes/: up .

t{ >' "..'n.all.'of Did Count?, Florida.TRO reverse this quotation a- dull .iuti be MOUMW).-handle aM b; *n .!In ten.prl aloe ttt.theeentt \mnrk when they ./ One Way :
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z ", } '. mer hns' been our "b:tt...., but It e, the\Q thfrs,: .' 'rt'il<|ntof> som .h,",peFirvt OHM entoy]| the c* ,'- Bean[ brwEoa utI' L' ,

a iE, s MCil Sy, PUBLISH! COMPANY ,Milf prove a_ triie, i,fIlGflt to thiHuure :"' otSVl I n t cuope sivjas8nabl ;ltn,jleaebntu, \. rep eotnfoftnblya. RriA. 9 To make money teat Amore J'r

HARRY L, BROWN MANAOIlIf."U.LI.H.O } | ': ql-eur m' !lOltY'Itlt, hea; rope' tlon& nn tit In- ?''night'' With the)penury dowu to ,r rapid way ia toGo ; '

ik {{ ."...V .CHIOAV' given otfr cltlzen tufts to k'\;f nom PNe the pt' I&.of tliestatajfc'Uh I j.nfl 70? ,-,' ; -, \\'I' v, 'y. *.: ,:" :I!
j'e' 'r,a'r/ AT WI T'PALM aaOM DADS OOUHTV..FLORIDA"* tho' .rush and"poaf'ht'FaBeinasd'( : to euce in thenbl'fcy, of'tjjj? In ehHigeto ,, ,.' / :d Elsewhere S

,7 dll --aSCRIPTION( PRice.. '.Sa-OO.,,- A YEAR- oonsldor! ; our ,?:pttbn
-- es'frtblWh.\ 'a board of trade for our fundV& .theic i : drspoaal. Next'iriqon- made 1n, W nt': Palm Bench ,|<>rtli "

'' '; i Kntartd: at the poitofllc-of Weil Palm Bead!. recompense. ,,! Tpp much cannot) be' '>Bti, .1ratht? $;+fiOmdd.tis<<< !> tbe-plwclng.( )V8ti,>blf<
.' i'' t, ._ ,( ....eood..,....matter __ said in pr,iwo\faf Ijhls worthy board: hj ptw!') <1ble, men! at the!' head of' the tho.,,ttdlowing(, .t.ntin. from nn.tx. ""'" : 'rom Us.i .- .

rr fl 'J,' FRIDAY. AtlpUHT 20, 190:). It has alreadyt'proven( ltBJ'os,, \ fulneatj, enterpriser-men. : who ,twoiild, wqrk clmqk I ,'.-li* to thA \''point--; ..'Toienefind \ i '. goods 'I'i.

r In the rack rba'gt. wllter pressure,aMId hard apewhotrataalin! ,:Iti.thrir cltl( ...x..are J judgil eery; tatgelj'' bt -' {i.. :. VV'e. buy tu..e In oar ""

f w the efltabllshfaeat of.,ft,flre* com:; atB t'would, )nsplr!' tliopo6p'l;; with ,the character\ of tIt' church ;and ;1" ", ',." ts. You pair bur| h*m in einglAc
.
; c r' DEMOCRATIC, NOMINEES, pany. It. Is' tave tigating/lhe" ipsottic confidence and' .give them an,Interest dcb ol biiiUinRa, wlljl\ h ia''ieate. tho\ \ ,t, 1'', JU', benefit.a It pots of; wlshiJfT&qf'WyingjWestPafn. you get

j 0. T .-. light plant, diHCuesinpC' improve; n th*ma tter. ;. .,/ y.ta': ;, InterestofIbe f; !\, pHopl n, educationaland our

} 'r Ivt4 National.M mints for! our side wants, and baa at el'loride1s pecultaryluatedfrommany 1 \ !! religlonaT mfttL-fs. The'' man + a't 'it ,4t, ,lu .:
s lait commenced' to grapple with 'the pokjtojff'Vlewif.;;j",JShi 'bas:pn. who' ; Is fO l+lkl., g'jpi\ to rear his f at : t'ttli i rdvwa1 Man

} (i, United States Senator greatest'question' for the welfare of great: udva'atag., '! T.oyermosfc! : ; 'of the "IMreu makes inquiry aa to the (

y p ; r STEPHEN. -,R.-'',MALLORY, ,' tf f ',, of Palm Bench.-i'" _, r states, lIe c ;1nt(*tgiiiUpbnt:' I'llumteher .. Mellow\ and church .facilities', Ue Beach" \

i y Represent a tire is i douxresa? '. No -one'Wtjfaoubt'thn'neceBslty; of beautiful'' ')lakes tn4 ;riverkr.pnd) wants these .-inntitutlong, the town fl '. .

I ?'" ROBERT W DAVIS a high 8cjooL'| bE't'I' UBit the' purification her,'icIJIlp.p: hIJ'ntlJt.t! : :,innd feltltigfa-) :, whore\ he makes his home." ,

; of ,i-olitlcw, the putting/: down cilittes/ during the winter ipgke >lof : -"":'" j&ru'U& trnm'nr"1"h" tr.t"i"t'"f"Rmi; ," fmm t
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+',, "" ,. ..5tatb.kf .,. of vices, the' protection,of..morality bedtii:gt d'd\'tf.ciR'. pt.tIJ'CW: rid and NRReRRiNiRNRl RRRN 4 1 ',

,;;r'; and the of are all the winter home of thousands It i Is
hope our country < WHAT
bj THE :
hI, ; t' <, ,' Supreme Court JudgeWILLIAM STATEPRESS :
r 'I ; ':;i'+' A HOOKER, linked together; In one reality.,; "the unnecessary f for Florida to travel. .I ;
h '' ',I WII/I education of our youth." abroad 'tot. 'hedome' known In this SAYS EMid-Summer pi ]

,I ) (I I' Secretary of State Of'the'inany'reaeode'why education sense.' She Is visited every winter by NNRN. ..N.N.NN..'NN s
i'' H CLAY CRAWFORD> is so imports n.t today; ,we,will only people from all-'puyterof jthe,\ ,,,Uuitet The r
warmest time Over seen In .Florlda -.
j State Comptroller mention<> Ropth's.Industrlol prosperity States and Eardp4. Thtflo 'people and unless" all : I It t '* '
'iz" politics are brewing,
J ALONZO' CROOttI and; Its demand upon the, see her ,edvaotiiges 'iiqd'! do pot failto'adTertiee signail they a.ie'' ;;l Rota? 'to materialise: I cr<< rIn r S t
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y' '" ,% .. Southern' boy Twenty years, ago her when .they; return some time within the Jiext two years. -
RailroadCommise1onere '
the! South>> emerged (from the wreck home. .Bo: in this! way ;Flo I u.,1 Is ad- Oqly! .one thing prevent itr.and that I"I'i
R HUDSON BURRtJEFFERSON _
} ,iI,14 :; B BROWNS and riinr of war\ ; without credit, rertiseil4 an\ extent, ,.which coats I would.be the ,complete .sod "uncondi : ,
''I"I with short, poorly equipped? 'rnilroa'ds' thousands annually'to. .proeure,.were tional'eurrender of his, seat ln tbe United ),

y'''"( ;'"il,( \-,' County."" with inexperienced' men", without she. situated as a're'other''States. States Senator by Senator Taliafeiro, ;:: order, to make room for n'ew Fall ,' i,

\ t; ,. from the world "There. l Is st ilia no tlier which and that Iff a thing seldom clone by a
sympathy at .
;f '" j; .;'6..1;_. GRAHAM Representative W KING'. ., large and with ka lack of confidence suggests/: : itself} right; here idtid. It Is a nan once he ia elected to that position. : SK-4 anc ,-'Winter( St?ckf we' TrJ" ..q*** ?rl". i9\1j}\ 3 ,'

.,1.?5''llil1!i) ,a within. Today the world itlnd '.andI 'known fact that in the ,developuien' -Weekly I 1'al-abasseau.--.._-,--- g entire'st' ck of clothing, Hats, Shirts,
'% 'i 'Treasurer I looks with'admiration atthe'found of her" resources and'In taklng'ad..
C H RAULERSdN of the within Guy I. Metcalf of West Paltn Beach, etc., atsgre>l tl3r;reduced prices,
ation she has bullclad' with her vantage opportunities, who managed Burr's campaign, also : ?: .Lail, -1o''U, iJ t tTHIS
Tnx Collector energy and Is startled 'with the the Stater we as'a people have been managed Jeff. Brown '.campaign1 ip the fc ; 'sg6KfiTdQ.3\ ( i amor
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THOMAS J'HARPBB statistics thaI; guarantee her march; neglectful.! What' la needed Is .to second! primary. Metcalf might be '

y. :1"' "Tar Assessor":'. ." step''fey' step, until 'thd "Sunny I I arouse the people'''of 'the Mate.'to: a styled the daddy of the'' next railroad the ,cost. Savings.from $3 to $l5 on, Suits, wi
? Mouth," abounds wltti "milk. and realization of wha !nature offers 'to commission. An exchange asks'whettr >' "
SMITE
: RICHARD M bont>.Y.' : those whtiHvlll 'take advantage qf tileopportunities' \ er Metcalf will be the next secretary of great savings in-Felt and Straw Hats.

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T"f'. : l i.;;, ;n, 1st District and.today the quarry comes,'can done to Instill!! In the .iain'ds' of, the No. Metcalf can kit'a steady job right I. Save: 'Valli' .Mn. ;:

11 *" '<<' F C AICHER Ne#'< England met tbe'Sonth in .cot- J f'loridiaq, tb 1tj'l,' bor' well directed! now'at Jijo to "|:2oo per month, doing .. ...... '" ,

''bt" !ilM to and District ton',manufncturint! ? Can re'nusylvanin 1. will bring a better reward than. thotwhich nothing for but waiting for the' campaign to ;:., on;> anything"youneed.- ., .=II' ;
; :' LAINHART rival Alauoma in' iron anti ; Is being received to-day. Practicaldemonstrationa'must'be open U. S. senator in'1904. Guv ia c "

.. f,\: GEORGE ,. oar winning ? Can. Michigan: bold made: all right.: He' i ia demand.-DeLand ,. '. y' ., ...... .. ,.. .J ,... .. .. 'g![
; /: News.
lf- .y.a.
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.; District .
:," < 3rd her own'in furniture making/:? Her and demonstrations must beraude I -- -I- 'so se
l R E MCDONALD ... Ta.M:1-\N:_ : ;
fiacceeete! now assured1. rlgh'fb pre at' ,h9me.: ,\Vhtit Is It Is a pitiable condition for any country .

4th District The destiny of this progressive! needed id an appropriation,foran annual to find ltself'lu, when any human be- ='- .. The Men ..Outfitterfc rf al h

JOHN. SBWEILSth South will be in the hands of the \ State! Fair,,!w-herethe, people of lag can disturb economic conditions by = Oruber'a'; 'a Block .. r WRst PAlldiDeaCIa: I t7l111111llIJIIJIIIIJlIJI1111JIi111J11lIUIIIIIlltlllNU6JI a

I' District boys'we educate today.. They must the State may gatuer.and with each: Merely going out of tbe country and 1/
/ 1 '
back. There radi l JIIIJll( # '
coming la something ;
other tbe "
'' S A' BELCHER be leaders or they will be :'hewers of study situation aa It exists

wood and drawers 6f l water", fqr the by a practical! ( demonstration! of ally wrong with our financial'system
when such conditions prevail. Morgan ..
Members School Board .
bOys ,who learn to use their .bands; what has and can be done urge the "
let District comes back from Europe and so soon as
>0' with their brain. The situation is farmer and manufacturer of the ... ,
.
E B KING2nd'District .. he iteps off the plank, itocks: go up. J.
appalling Palm Beach .Is withinthis State tq advance<< Dun J(UA.RDTS y
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i .. Plerpont, like Jupiter who, when he w-bPInzBeset, July .. 19011
scope of economic development "The people 1'lorldaln! they o1 hook his Hyperion curls, the world .
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J C HARRIS and our boys bave no written excuse of advancement, and particularly trembled, will tread Wall street and his IF YOU ARE GOING*" ,OPT A, .1, ,

i', 3rd District for the demands that will Inevitably agriculture and horticulture, are behind ponderous,!! foot fall affect ;jaluea'froe.Malae :PICNIC FISHING
HUNTING
h'
W M BUR DINE ; be'ma.le.! upon them. Let us their State -This due alarge, to California and-from the Lakea ; ,
awake from dreams of greed; and pact to' 'the,fact that they do not, to the Golf 1 Pensacola Press..r' OR CAM 'lNGr( PA i TY '. :

... Justice' or the Peace gain/: to the Teaity"bf dutyJet; us know whit can be done and bow togo -*. --'',- Ours is the store that can' stock your Hamper with

3rd District give, our children a hlgb school edu > about. bettering conditions. If Prominent_ Americans.
H P BRANNING tfood 'Things: Eat. ;
to ;
cation /and if there bo genius: '' thrt Legislative' of Florida was to The magazine "Success" some time .#

among'' us' let Jt develop' in 'the. shin spend a largecQrn annually In some ago betAn} a contest to determine whore .Donelosa! Chicken Boned Turkej' \ S
,, member< of the Board; of Lunch Tongues Sliced Dried Beet''.
:, Every well dtrected considered the fifty I grea.te'st: 1 living ti ,
ing'; pathway of the universities movement along this (
'1 Trade id urged to be present at the ; ,tltena of this country, whether American Vienna Sausage Cervelat Sauuoi :'
a while l if,only the ordinary students, line*the advantage would more thancompensate birth Potted Ham Potted Chic eq'i" ,
regular meeting'next Wednesday by or naturalization Tbe
; a high school education is their for the expenditure. basis of the opinions which Its! readers Russian; Ca'vior Chicken TaftiuHea/
evening 'deserts. "Tbe 'Sun would like to SugarCnredllama'' Ilelni Baked'Itean
just see an exhibit asked formulate tbe ,
were to was service Clam Chowder '
Ant: A perfect high school-prosperity i 'jit St. Louis, but It does not which the men or women named have Strawberry Jam' Cream Cbe6 e. 4-
: few of the State are Currant JellJr'c
a
papers
students, and public spirit among: desire t.olee the movement for eurh rendered to their country and their fel- Delicious Cookies BIVp'l lde _
;
drawing attention to the usefulness .
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r : the citizens. an exhibit inaugurated; 'unlesa.an lawmen. In the August Issue It is announced ID fact everything.to make
r your outing 8 delightful .
+ of the West Palm Beach Board of ; jecc L.
We have prosperity, as no. one will amount sufficient to Insureltasuccess tbat (rat, of the thousands' of I i.I :
Trade and are urging.localorganization deny. We have student*)-twelve is approp'rlatMltnd the management Hats received the judges -awarded the L. BURKHARDT> .'Finesf"','Grocenes ] :, .-
,. along the same lines. prize to'Osear M. Mortex, a of
in
leave for DeLand for academic education placed prop hm9 IB.. carpenter
\ : to say nothing of those who New York City. Iris list ia as' follows ; It will lall1JO.1 fS purchqp&fOur: .Co1.fPiq09? :; .
+'' > A.i exchange states that one -ofI Statesmen-Theodore Roosevelt Gro- ,_'
unable
are to po-can'li; we have POOR KEY WEST I "
I the most remarkable cases ever tried vet Clevlaad, William J. Bryan, Chief ..
public spirit? Won't bestir ,
I we our The J people of Key West are cer- Justice Melville W. Fuller. ;
\- WAI recently settled at Decatur selves? take this subject to heart, tainly'' 'a bard time w 'griUaMl- ... : r
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having# ekeingout Commerce-J Plerpbnt Morgan, John Do YouNWant ; ;
4J { -
kid' bought 2,000 cigars and a :
man /
: young : ; i
: realize its necessity and help the an existence- since' 'the city lee D. Rockefeller Andrew' Carnegie 4.J9' e I
bail l them insured for their full value, '
.", smoked them and then demanded board of trade. In their strenuous e'fort.forin 'factory was destroyed, The ther Cbas M. Schwab.ReligionBisb9P. 'W.hav* them to Sell,and .If we bam* S'T'; : 0'A: : ; : '
# up honoring ourselves in tbi r mometer has hovered away np in !! John H. Vincent, nan June*what on hand you tonulew want. can build T I
bid insurance they bad ,
claiming
sal") home pride, we honor our country the nineties down there and what Bishop Heny C. Potter, Archblsboplobll .. I I
been destroyed! by! fire. The Case .and in honoring: our country, Wit ice baa been'shipped In from Miami Ireland Dr. Emil G. Hirsch, Frauds E. -- We are also Prepared: -Ib !
;1.' WitS taken to court; and the judge; Clark. _
1 ':, honor our God. M. and Punta Clorda hns been gobbledup To Furnish..Pumping -
r decided In favor of the young man.t""ff' Army and Navy-Lieut. Gen. Nelson I
J by the'saloons and"restlwraot t
The company then bad the young FLORIDA AND'THE FAIR. This lends'the A. Miles, BrigGen.. Leonard A. Wood Outfits for Irrigation. -
Key West Advertiser! Admiral George Dewey, Rear :Admiral ,
\ moss arrested for setting tire to his
h At a time wbhn uf Florida protest Write or call onus for
the, press to aa follows;: WlnBeld Scott Schley. Anything in ,
own property and the same judge { Oar Line '"
is that you need.
devoting a deal of 'While .
great
spaceto the thermometer here is Editors W. R.
Hearst
Whitelaw
i
tiv" ordered that he pay a fine andtry the matter of (he proposed state averaging 'between? 90 and 95, one Reid. Merrill=Steyoir Eigineering do I
go to for three nuontbs.Whst ; '
; ,
jail the
exhibits at coming world fair does trot become Inspired,with "enthusiasm ,:J 'Educators-Charles' Williams Eliot ,, .

in Pt..Louis In 1004, it will not be ,but Is more-apt to. suite president of Harvard University' Ar-- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -..;: _: > ,. .
'f a grand Instlt.utlon'fur West amiss to reproduce the sound advice from "that tired feeling;" beside" ,' thur'TwiniDg Jladleyi: president of Yale '"'' paoni..a

,; Palm Beach If it would bare what I given on that subject by'the G aines- when the limited supply of'Ice'ordered University; ; Charles P. Tawing, pres-: ,Jacksonville' .Marine---. ,.. :Railwaya! '
the city of London now boastsof. ville Sun. dent of. the Western Reaert* TJaiver.
Daily
great
la token by barooma
up and .
,
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I city,-Clever-lad, 0. Jacob Gould ; 'lOt
: In that metropolis a companyhas I Thatpepereaytt: restaurants, and tbe famishing man, president of; Cornell University Schur.-; a........RR.N............................si.. ..1

been organized which is expected "There Is something being: sAM by thousands, are barred out, it Is not, Ithaca, N. Y.; E. Benjamin Andrews; : Newly Flrnlihedihroughont .. Aee: 't 1.8O-- Pur' H: .'y".j' '""a e.
to solve the fating problem. This the State now'about .
-:1: press just Flori calculated to assist :
We .
OIle'I'plety. .
I president! tbe University' of Nebraska; e' p *Ut by Uieek o> .ooth. v I
.i.. company guarantees; t to'send a meal! 40. being represented fn a" creditablemanner opine that the dealers In ice would I Woodrow Wilson, president of Princeton e, e"e' _
.THE
anywhere, nt any time, at n moderate at,tbe great St. Jxniia exposition make themselves more popular if University, Princeton, N.:J.; Ira Rem- :. .f { ? .. .. :

cosr.tlie; dinner' to he,HU good eg where nearly every State In they would give private citizens the serf, president of Johns Hopkins University i "
can be got in any of' the first claRa tee Union is to send the beet it has. preference over others. ,:Baltimore. :Md.; Booker TV Wash C.mJm .c i8Ii Kalair.f E':

l I', restaurants.' Not only is the dinner'''A creditable exhibit should go from "We are pleased to note that Wm. ington principal of the Tuskegee: Nor 0 _. ?' .'

i\iIf'\ went but with it goes: a complete Florida, Curry's Sons are ranking/: ..trenuulIAefforts mal and InduaUtaf Institute, Tuskegee: e: CLEMATIS AVENUE; NEAR JEFPERsON"BLOCIC'> ":>
; I ., ,,' to ', .
table 'service silver. glass and' There .1' c '
,
p are however a great many to re-establish their ice i plant.. Ala.Inventors : :'
napery.' The' idea in itself is not questions to be considered' before, at an early date; also that a supplyof 'Holland' ,-inventor'Thoma* of Ar Edison, John ., C. W. 'SOHMID, Pr'oprletor.
i particularly new', but the price for Florida should decide to send'an"ex- ice from Maine is tbe'snlmarlDe: \ .

;. whioly is done Is surprisingly; small. hibit'to St. Louis as a means1 of advertising peeled, for the present momently' state: ex'of tbe boat air; George brake.Westinghouse, inventor o(I : ; Special Attention, to All t'' 'Roo i' 'lcd"': :: I

A dinner for one, comprising soup, the grgut resources and advantspee affairs Is simply' 'Intolerable. >. 'plorers--S.6bert; E. Peary, Evelyn : .vTrayelllog Men /. .. With Gas--T ''

entree, roast and sweet., !Is Kent out of this State. In the 'flrg't: "We (learn that O. "VI Johnson .&. B. Baldwin; ./ .. I ,

for two shillings.; .Breakfast costs Ii'' plrtio tbe people of Florida should In Son received only,100 takes out tilan f 'Art-Charles Dan* Gibson, J. McNeil :a: 3-2'1'"\ .. ,, Jr.t: : ,r alP- Bq.Qnti'. : '''''. '' '' :.t. .r' y...

: shilling lunch a shilling undertakes and 'sixF slst fhnt there. to be an' exhibitatalLitrhonhlbe'a l order for 400 cakes. May the Whistler, Augustus, Edwin St A.Gauden.Abbey John LaFarge -, 'I.........-...-.-.-.-..-." ... ...."i.. .... ..................''.'1LAKE ..

pence. The company to I good one. The Good Lord send us an adequate Music and Drama-Lillian Nordlca, j.' -I .
supply all the meals of a .household exhibit of thin State at the. .World's supply of Ice or temper the. hot opera slnirenjoaephr Jeffernon; actor ",..A I _

'f at a guinea per week for each one. Falr.and at f Kuffulu have been! charncterlzed weather with somTcool, refreshing. Phoebe Philantbropyi Hearst, Mrs.-Clara Jane;Barton If. Stanford., Mrs.J # WORTH BOA% WORKS "

It ban acentral kitchen, : as poor and a disgrace to breezes." Mills. Helen Miller Crould. ; .-
wherefood
) i : !' A. T., IioSBJ ,Proprietors, .
the State j"
is preparedand Florid ,
doing ,
I an' Injuticewhil *- / Lienure-'Samuet3.ClemeosMark 1.aunohes: '-I : m. toe.. a. f
T J
ally .constructed baskets so arranged; I attempting to do her ) YaohbSa'l and Fish Boatq"RowHoaa .a'Dd. '
good. Who would:think'of out ,M.rkbaUl..lame Built Dhlghy.
dragging WUitcorah Rile to Order
that the hot dishes will stay hot Better' let the matter alone than repeat in existence In'' the northern I ward Everett Hale.- "EdWIG/; / OV\lrbauled\ Repaired orHatfled'Out.\ : x..,*

and the cold dishes cold. I a failure. ion -of the State"say for! Jnstance port : .Science-Prol. Jaques! 12>eb', '- ; Boat Yard. *t. Mat ngonl .- .,: ,. ra, .,,<
IQ. J{ Barnard.. J q 18.tf p- I,
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emceed rather than pay their taxe MASTIC.Th We Would Remind Our Friendsand Patrons that:Our
DIRECT LEGISJ..ATION. They carry them right Kgalnst tbd teacb= WMrififlL .
"O" at f. and. children court'o court
II>: in hum
'i', } tad will not $ With mUllnti(\ of .1, Ns. 51
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liftS1'::? | ELll1oap bFa ITj;', ADOPTION; I ltot property and :with their apeoUl I prlvlMgwi The "" )ea4. w6tnKtffla> a lodge, Nam .. Gre'at' Gle&rltigHARDWARE Sale of
IBML-t-U: The MsBonlo StoiiWd, I Ie the'lndiffvi .
MASSACHU9ETT8.It : .
: a free gift from the people they
\ .,- ... I r will pay-taxe only enta.'fewtbouftand.< : .,ent..endearelees|< %:\ {nqueut. 'who-tnr -' '
,but -wHIynqt\!' ) po-ySJl"! I. '4u m, ')'0''" :ju, ,'' AND TORNITCJRE
'" W ubo"Nl.p.retieplaliv7o.b1II' >...-.. t'W. ;. Stead,.t9UD4 that none Of the 10t. brother who. uc to for h.' ... .
4 .._What Tr* Pere'. rq .'jt G.. "..,.I donent ',taxes, ;jJkaotber, men. maybe. oft i mo1Mb datosih.'iadgnh' << 1 IIS"'NOW'I19''' ''fEOTL SWING L; ,'
? a"4 s44'r ;
*than-'blRmiual'
tI...\.. .--wet ,. < The ,worklngmeo ''ba,. ,never ?,beenknown other way due* w01l101be ,,, Tffrn "
AINleaa '
t/rr
: : ,' The Mead ''vJjKu'Vshould-! onoT
(
tomake unseasonable> demands of '
(IIJl.ctal Corr.npona.noti.l .n oommunltle What Immediate demand ; ( (of It/ -drew*. Mrtenauce ,.fioii''uliJtv Why not.take.advantage such splendid' bargains aeuwe, are now
.' 4QUbte ...r.i,traitor ) braocundf ,jv".\k ns tho- tree offering in our t stores
'tooE baa any Isrga body'ol'workingmerwever ,
Amid 'qiakus la. th* e oqi ,
Dtrol1d But' the brother' oa> ,.of .lu..1" t*Pli..!
mad whlcbwue/
lalltht/ win pM.
r " ... -X."urG For Measure.'" ..tlo"t and/oujy: errlng.Wtthe-iitlde'.of:' .. coutrlbutlona Is Mllvlug.brnncli of/!'the. .
A referendum leaflet waflsont ta.Mi, molesiy7 ''parent tree and uld be protected. ; .

L, lames' Bryce; the noted English autno t- vrhail,14<; the nerf lid Feder'fttlon of !iAn. qrsamikist 1 'of the 'returns'* ( ." ; 'I
'on xUylcB -member-of, the house o feaboraortythe'Q\ Clitht t..J9rlrJ j 4 lipr bad "'Iodgea..showa) tfit tbe'ciwdlcul'' proffe. Geo. s. Hacker &Son t rUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.UAAr.A.A AA AAAAaA AA W f

common: ** Mrj BrJce's.reply was print! blundered Into this three hundred mil >slonla_ repreaig ed by' a gren'oi'-'per / =
lest !In ,the Baltimore lAinorlcan. lie said lion"dollar PhlUppliKtmslne> !i.and then centage/ than 0iy'' other. A* a 'rnlophJBlclans' ., 1 W. HEIM.: WBlrtotDWBLL; : M. D:\ I'hiNlcll.oI'and Sargeou "
Itiwas: interesting but that'Numa Droetbted .tW"t thrae .pdritobt'pi4ody" 1 : 't ltladdHngatdtelised'4hsfji ', :maft: gdod' ),MSHOD' and"- Kdevoted. .1 Registered Pharmacletomee la Oru llture.! ,.

; it: It "bad been:, a good thing for ;' ':wssstblt4nde{ {+ W the .' to:the <<'nu e. "/,
'+ 'y4; e11aml. Hi asked bow we pro-! P1YtNNntptl.wuf:. tbaAi, i :;*4oy h4 ;htdrYedmtuad.fIugd A grand' .. rhnn' ho t-Ight.to enter COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY ; "
.
:I( to- got,th l referendum. "Would orvisit subordinate
,,' ( ?yfQu\d..bAt.I"\ : Qlttuhy a large; bttlotnllj ,t I.
t; hbtbe. > simpler to reform the leglslaI" tppblugdeSinganmurderingl\ ,' ,)tdigItypbutxtbolt or.otherwise. .,. while l III' .session'wtthm\ ; r I': .I, 'riicm IIIIOADWISI.L:: t
lane of; whlch'you complain Why do art'cgatlylWe.expect'an workliig his way: ''therein'\ In the usiln t 1I
'.'.y6ti.riff! ''down patiently If tbelr faults ,: igct>theInttlattyer4ttdleregdomroand'aftei Wand legal manner required by our rltun'and .I, .\ Proprietor! fy' ,

arc. as bad a*you"describe: "" t./PIPpoI'tJOII'/ : general law of the order. rf- ":'

;We"have to mode.Uy disclaim the 'IIi r ntstleg\pe'"they'"Igvaibeon; \! 'Colusubu6-Neb.) wilt have. i new ifiveonlc I -- '
agt'ace' of patience;: TbeeommonereF{ pace 'koftfJi aetvtierdonef: act.tant'td? poiefble ball to cost ''0.000. 'I- :Dealers"in ReliaWe-Meflicines' .dud''' Chemicals. :

1 uuder: 1>11'. Chamberlain'' bloody. by jetting everybodLkpoa.f'aboU it According to report, Just l Issued, tbt : '
-t. shines BO' brightly thai our own'Ueo press bureau l jyttlpqwod; of people! \ Grand Eoyal Arch chapter of' New ?

I impatience beside it Buj( (tA flood newspirj2cr) -Wlth' letters ,,Tork ,has 102: lIubordlJ\aorcolllluq: ( rent MANUFACTURERS' OP __A, FULL LINK!; 0..-. '

tthtlt pass. I ijt. Dr; W'H. mu..of. Baltimore ,chapters ,under !tit urJlldlcdotf ,Boors, Sash, Perfumes Rubber Goods I : r
Suppose each country bad had a referendum ,1 I. ''the bead of tblfrtrateau.'MinorityparUaa ,
During the pant year they exalted 1,970,. "S ,
not on a mixture of men.hI..aurea v eadlly f adopt I(reeretllun!$ ) affiliated( )43.restored ,0T"dematte42'8 BliIids'MbuldJngsAND 'ToiletArticles, Cigars and ''
and parties, but definitely on plank,.'We a.eqilal tpreni; [nentt olltl- and euspended,601jeaving.aaetgalyof i --
;I going to war: with people.,across. the sea t'taneItb tbe oeenient(; an<]Lfnakei'ItI 1HK, and making the.. present'.nieiu-. Building ; and t Stationery. Tobacco. '
Material }
for' their good and our glory. I for their Interel ..*:((Xar as pisslble to bershlp'; 23,333 'I: WEiT -

Our own patience,, what.there t. of It.. favor it. Already the conservative party Lodges;are beginning,,', tpiimak: ...jirvrangemuut CHARLESTON, S. C. ,.. ', !Itf, 'PALMS ) ;PALM BEACH..
(la'of tho same quality a* the resigna- the ,
-ot for .tbe.celebration of ,the TTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTeTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTCITY .
tlon -of. tUo Dutchman' wife'who died [ Largest factory South. .. ,
I' ); \ h@'a'J''jif. lijlurri! plankt'{ HOW one hundred and ttftletlannlversai-y .
for. smallpox In a pesthouse. iSytnpa-- tJtgottbere'hs' ; 1 a?: mj btery"; ;tb: ,'$o : lnOrtn VBshlngtoQ' Initiation, of' Send for Price 1

...thlslng.rrlend..JnquJr4Kf..be"'Y1I8" re- ?J .t.\I'\ U, cj- t, J iaNta! :) / I.'mpttbo\ \ The member" Fremont Iwlgro..,Mo|, / ,MEAT" ',MARKET: (1 r rr
toted:: !oleIn Qott,she bad to bel" be : ogaUtBtlgnat> ; lI ndjment (
.fQJmIIUtI8..0U. 97, florenoe Colo.| ,,, re'about .bulldlnq, .
Sr
A. .Maesacbusetts, ; ;.leglala- \
clftifped.\ 1 H enUiuaiasJiJpg.Hx t ,and AGEN'OY'C'ONTINENrAL '
favors, < '
Florida and Western
asked ) a pew ball to"cost $30,000. A Royal Meats, Poultry, Game' and Eggs. :
lure was why a majority voted ,
o1'jba bmtn by
honestly.\ The"PII"ka" ; ,,Arch, chapter IL, also .about being, or-
!r hpl"which'; railway company's no,,imeaiifr ati fe !mciu.1siiA *trnwjabBWtng '' Mail OrdeiVRecelve Careful: Attention.
most everybody knew '''Wile '''IWWIh' 'war xbeuwlnd"biOWs'tUe. ffaulzod. "
had. "-'PyJupiter: we had ta vote for It -' iow.Ib&ne"eICj"fe'ertf! ..r.It.f'gli"b1rt": +D t ,An event ,.wblcli !Iv believed tobo; I-t-I901 Jefferson Block, WEST, :PALM' BEACH.
I
ortb company wouldn't let us go back franchise direct)/f'to"thepeople' 7h1stbrtblnpest without pre edwnt In then .bl tory :of

(tp the legislature again" he .replied""sfm'ply 'Is"tbe, compulsory referendum which P.reemallOur.h\Jlplllce.!\}}: 1 InDluck', Rlvf{ PLANT. COMPANY
*. eymplrltadyopaveAimaregarditoifrab;' I er" N. T.,, recentlyvhen\ ..Pnplel.-Il.. '
.JSewra.England Isn't .umcb*fmld..of ,bht.os ILr Ban; Fratlhleeomhaod it"ImI-net! Scott aged .e.ventyonefeblsson.iiaffedflftyandhl ; nn
the {tnlthUlve and refcrendutub
S'' 'ip the flrs( place .the jjlaln,. common (Ybplywnter'fljat: two'i were".ll ..In1tiatllnto tll.Ia- .
sortie; order tha.same. ,..v.nlpg. ., .
x WWpl1M bave more ,,cohtmanseoee4ban I In ?anuiry; 1000 Mrt Henry Baling) -
"
home of the greatest people wbo .' .Many sons-attend: 'the annual' 'FirstClass
< .. Strictly ..
life so bearlly.stocked; with uncommon-8' f bCcllI" on .a"'phpera'8ofere meetIng: pay .their;duea and 1 seem tq .
.
eJabb Tomato and
"D". that. there Is no, r.oom.for: the :!tthb optorYGetlttafLatwr' 110101.il\ / (" feel that t.berpt their money' worth I, e Uelarjr FtmntMj :
ea"+ We' have': always had .thll'1'tbat"bodj-"td appeal ''to theegMa';] House. Furnisliings,
;* liatlve;,and feferenilqmi.lq.'tneDngIan4 : i for a constitutional Initiative.} Ue"\vus i dq 'not aprear-iagaln\ luntll they .-receive '
eta | town meeting which Jafrfersqn I'placed on'..the legislativegtu1n::' : '(\ee.whlctr another summons from. the. ace- We i iO. Draperies Window Shades
handle)
Reneeand
Flowering Plnot fur ,
,
declared to ba "the most perfect : .tat1o..r.alOnlc.. Standard.
,#aff Instructed;to draw'up"ablll L. Taber Olen Bt. Mary.Ha.
'system of salf government ever devised ;(for. a'.ca.tltatlonahlpftfattve. QU \s>etl'tlan Samuel' P; Hubbard ;of' Boston was A allure of your patronage aoltuUetl. Wall Papers t
b.y'' man."' Any tep Tpters caq have apy ,''!; Pf /UOyy terbt'a 1OPtJO'per' wnt. elected grand .hlsh,'priest. and J. ''Oil NAIL ORDBaa.PROMPTLY PILLED '
'matted Introduced #Jnta the, warrant Twenty uuloaisimapasyedmbetpre' Ute man ,Waite of Boston ...and. secretary
'4 nn4 ,is tie4 l by t ,the.voter "The prlnol-, | SlSll \\ie-jrojnj} Ut ,',forJuebllCanJflong" a Off the ,chapter of. Maiu 8'bUlII'tt.. Addreu FRANK tOI'IC.l.tf Wickers, Japanese
states be- '.J: Arcb'Ma. P. 0. Box ....,Went Palm Beaoh- his, '
cities and
''':: Was-lost lit the ; dlscdsalpu\ wa"had, In the l-Ii'.uooe. There areover111.580> Royal
-re.: ;tbe ,.1argetpopq'atlOI1I1\1de; ; | \ It berFiext'"lent"\O "ttibQs'"' rgUbrZrt10U8! 11001 In r./tIl.-bUllett./ and Enamel Goods

\, until a new method of )latUatlve.Tand ..and 2,000 .people .petitioned for the< '
;,.referendumwas:; nd. amendment, 'and it received a vote of A C. > Dittmar ,Freight'' Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County i

The Bwlss have?,pboWAps. ..bow.to adapt 03:I for and 103 again In the house
tbe prlnalpl to large population \.This'year a Joint committee( ou] 'Every.'.tate.:...Me.epi: ; tlelftware. l baa 4eetla'tloA: tfwj/ MasHBchnaetts state 1-11"
the Initiative and referendum In aoaUtotlon branch of the American{ Federation of

r; making; the most Important Labor. ,.tbe.B08toQ, Building Trade. -Hough andbtsessed'humben- -----------
lawmafclng council! and; the 'Central Labor union! Senl OmSed..No, ,,0of tbe>>. o..K..Jt.
.Hyerv leal'_ '."U'.clt) 'andtown laIltaaaclusettsvotes did IOIU..etrectJve pre-election work. .has .the\proud.4JaUD tioo:of,belutr.the 'CRAYONS. WATER COLORS. '
0
ye*;:"'or"1Io; '.'j>nv.1 f Attxoeedlngly courteous and convincing ,tlurgettt I tll-Ulplll.a.nd of having neytnr.Iost : : "
',. whether that city or town shall license letter wa sent to every; candidate I'a wembor:byBunpenBon.| T la.(eJUple I : rt l li I

. liquor;,. g.\A\, bwt three vear* ago/ .tot! tbel""leGI.lpture..J: cttJllnguBttentlvtt" : to .. ba* over *:3OOO worth of,paraphernalia.The I I RieHHRD: E. RESLER.CLEMATIS

" the J?QI.'dUfQ.' ., ot' cartnE'mteJ"Iakglthi' )vaJuulleiJabor'l; Bislatloq: Already Knight JUasore City; la...are'. Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, $ '
respouulblllty; for or against ad eight, secured !In, Massuchusetta and "respectj bulldlntf/ R twaotrrflvai' thousand dollur
4.bo *laws'forTnunlclparemploy....,isul>- fully but; urgently"'requesting candidate hospital. 'Th..SnllJhu..re.ver'' ; popular
i j Photo
:- mUted It )o tb. pIOl1le.! .Eight hours,':. to, notltyr-the
, won by a 4atge..tuajqrity."' ,I 1 I whether, Ue.;fayored Jbe: 4nltlatlve\ and Supreme Keeper of Record and Seal : ,
rt What w .are afraid of Is having our' referendum that..they.mKDt| notify the White of Tennessee. continuously i 'AVENUE'Opposite'Masonic '
and Builders' H idllfl.fl
y'; !tentbyfoetogO.Dttall.tswbea 1 unlomi tnrhla-locallty.. Fortunately the \Oiled that,bfflce.*lnce)18S7. Temple'
I s' -- ; PuWlo' Franchise league of business :Any bleUlber of the otder of the uniform :
they do doaest work and rewarded fprdtehonest ,.men also made,urgent Inquiries of each rauK who-'acc ) '; PIERCE. .FLORIDA .
j RorIE. Over $3.250.000\ was ,.,,CapUdatepromleing] to publish In tbe + '.ucb. ,S West"Palm ,Beach, Fla. I1 i I Ir
picked up in the street of 13o toG last newspaper replies. and absence of re- .offlci Insultiuhe orderof' '.which heJa ( '
year according to the report. of''thej .. Tbe league wished .to know an unworthy member. ----- 11t11N+ ---11--

president of the) elevated' company'. whether"'the':candidate favored tbe ''The;system' of the endowment"rank U;, SPROUL'S S EXPRESS
Bat a sinaJJ percentage-of.sueU prufltavused building the subway by*Boston or by la bused.upon,'actual cost of Inaurancel
s on leel..l1tur..baaotteDt.HClQref1. .. ) the-elevated company and also whether during expectancy of fife divided' for O. A. GALE C. C.. CUTTRELL,

enormou* :'Jncrease lea,proptx( 3eglwaturee itua. andldatee favored tbe referendum coo ve llenee"lntct'\ fixed monthly' ;piiymeuts Furniture moved. Baggage"
caqTt be reformed'nndpr: .suctJ .i,when petitioned for by the people. Re.pllen during''
r condltlonsvg"These: .are the, ppwecs: ...not.'.... ..were published In many new pn. in'aCcordahce'wllh'hie' age' at 'date'otapplying' drayl <<'donefea.ona.-
ourselves, which worK'for unrighteous. pere! ,aod.sent.$o'votert LID every, district for membership. "'# I ble'ratua; .C. C. CUTTBELL, Manager.Shipwright .
4: I Deaf on election day. mauls do not Increase =:with' incrf'pstpq,
We ourselves a great It I I.' remarked tbat tb'e legislature ,Two-seated Carriage Caulker and 'Maker.
are corporation .
but always. same (1\\ : Spar ;
t1"l! '
ago temelq't\ \ !e \ w' ,
with Business InterestslrirolvlnitmllUoos Iii Of 'quite l unusual quality tale year \Ins good'standing! \ of the! toember.ThITF4 OI' Buggy= ) ,; .
apou millions, poverty or" A'A'prdmlnent'moBopoly says thai MARINE 'RAILWAYS'ani1Joat
.riches, warmer peace,life or death. Bub. no doubt candidate fefl.en.te4 being! pq4pen \ W KM : Fur* hire by hour or day. -:
Nr
after our agents are once elected.two1' th.rack and being made pledge Leave orders Manllln IIou.e.IW. '

..halt.I Jop: 'Yl9vpltpp 'q' a.1@alQea4A \ ..t enjac4re,,& foffteleptUq) ta .fertnln Hc.wtll'of ,thLode., o d.s I.' ......i.... ." Shops.. West- - Side of Lake.,
peqplp wUq have .a habit. of .ob, C9.II1IPo! !but:the methods were such that .' NO...
r t 11llttlmg! fq tbe&I4ICj3Ou.: >> aftlitaucesand I "no dared tn--.appose --.-.-.." W Wonderful things have,beeddone,' In at MANGONIA.EeUm.Ct"1 .
vital Injuriesof gcraft jiney., %Tbe commcon.tjtuUOaal ittee bearing on tbe bill for I. .furnished' on New or Old Work.
tbe A..O. U. W..1u Michigan In, twenty- taisyille&NashvilleRAILROAD
,/ttot,<,that,' It i Is natural to submit ales' \ Initiative packed! a i large flye 'years. In 1871; there'were ve1qdce. : : Vessel hauled out and taken care of for the Summer.

A' to corporation:. >rule nnyrottier.TJtUuBCmle and to politicians'rulrandito room and labor"there.leaders Henry';from D.: 'LIo'dmade manytoWuaTWere' .. .Now. there 9r)lle. r.I94.l ,eral.DQw',; In'..fanoulyChandful oVer23pua ,tAll Work Done With Neatness! and Dispatch. I Ieolsolsolsohsol.olaol.ol.ol.oltol.o7.ol.oiso
: :
call "a clas- SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY. U-J-03
The Traveler
seems rlgb&.DdnaturatvJbatw. what
,I to4uf.tlt In order Veak .tin.
ISTf an : .) aod ,> _.
.;w.should, reptpsengUia4".Hq..Dli( ale sddteeL; ?. )Ian) good ,OltOrlaU on known; now strong ,.successfulTa.: >>d ,
work;that'our .udo lrhap the tsrscaa4um"bareaappeared" In''unexpected known to all men ae the beet fraternal First-Glass Service -
,t + we consider it of sufficient importance1iito places.FTb.ebaIrmanof oi.olsoi.aleo7so7.olsossolsol.o 1 )
iW
.Ietl'.oii the
beu flclary,, ,<: .continent. .
iito..gt.petltiona,of,, say, 0 p rCentof; : 1 the Joint committee WolyerLoe.Worknan, ; and QuickSchedules 11 o 0


--.fulIC".wAatSkRatetCAtlBma tbe'veter' cutest .'aa''peopl.. ,-, .la.padlElfA.Rhatprogrmly. <'duderatand Mr.lies MCUTO latent Stirling Ui.adoption political; aylntb: af.dtrectieg1a1Uon power "sufficient labornnlon;;, to I ,Recorder at: .N9w jtlowry.vhoa,,K 08lprfton.Pawi'witb.a, (organized anewIodgq to I 1]national, I Bank. of the State of Florida i ,

In tbe Shatteralst twentytolgbt;, ; : lDe.-ber.. BlrmiQltlt.Jti r4te1.111e{ \ o .
conservatism It works therwant In.tbre.fo rt.ta. of the state (
IttfTfer ...,tbe. eJ ef just tbat U -Itonlpaeede: to H1.w\kened., This, 4-tho.lnRtrumeptalltx..W! ;tbbrd WdpQI'8'unawtl) Ijv.nevUIe( CbIC1I0. ; JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA i '}-1'1'o
Uirovgh
tWtikfi! '
It la ImposBiUle'for and inrwsr JUKhw strengthened and directed.' One trades Louisville Cincinnati ; .
Ov..member.of.the ,hOiod,,
brthe!
than the people to keep ]t.tropl,4ena! ,.nnonlat.bL.each state could do tbliVork4f.WJiad.tbe ; \ St. Louis and all points 'I I[ x 1
permanently! : There Is, no"UCh| .' ; >s'] support, advice and .Every fraternal(! Lboneaclarjr xordor .West.qd Northwest o STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY i
encouragement of advocate of dlrec)' consider Its 81.temJ'tbe; bestt.and.hasvery 0 V"o"'JoHN 'I
power. and all
Mobile New Orleans ;
'1'be.b>.tplJ'A; !ibd InlWJ{a.egd ref} legislation i *. | would ,b glud.:;.to give claw.t1Je/, good. argun>eot.Nebraskai*>lni'upport.Workman of Ita Points;; Southwest ; N. C. STOCKTON President. THOMAS P. DCNUAH Cashier. 1Co :
l PfpndwasarWt.tb+t. willie ftw@ such. au..tloolt..I-ould to anT one '
bad politician eisUx decaJve4Ona.t, willingto tithe upjth..work In any but tione Jia* ;yot undergone).the"' test Thro gh tickets via the Louisville & ; JAMKS D. BAKKB, Assistant Cashier. tc r1)f..y

voter atISWpodltlelbottabsrlater4'and ; : : hUt a: The method 1* no effective and of a third 1)1..a centuryvar has-the A. .. while- bigotry rule In pasty-poll.' tbvexpenae. !so small that It seems a U 'W4' ., -end: tb.< trial .by-'Ume; If not pen Ticket A&ent'iu FJorid ? Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmer 2 :

/ tJc..jetjvh e n, .separate\ Igea.urea! coma qhame,to jpeglect the matter.," demeuetroUurtbeaparratr.order has attoast : it 1 rte thebeep For.schrdulestrates and .Ieep ng-car *.ai..i Frul .Growera Solicited. g .
-proved tbat *
up majorities) are usually right. i' Tbos4 who Cannot attend committeeheurtage : reservations, apply to Jl .
d Tbe principal argument agaluatr dl.feFt I Wrlte letter to legislator asking .Dd.1J' Od', and U o en M.
., ,Jstrict/Vnwtar.ibt/"Tb.dpople! '' them to,aid t"'l1ll1.,' UvW*should .. .%notbeo, deceived. J., FLEMING \
make mistakes.lrre.pgp'ible.,....: 'pge/ ".*T.ti.tia>'VgMatlon this, :year the tide South Dakota 'load the rate-Io Feb. Florida Passenxer A,tent L & N. R. 11.. f 'IRu'
f; will Initiate axtravegantmeastre. will rise much higher next jrcar. ruary with a"net g do of 808. Nebraska I :au6 !We.tBa7 Sc..S. kaoDyUle. FU. "
earner very .
*- teb.W'tlt takr tb v!mont y.e(Sax* .Eta.-Ot1KUY.'W.'i" corned next! In.thr 1l1l oC wlnners'wth| C. L. STONE. 11 11 I OFFICIAL and LODGE SEALS :
payer Those who pay; the taxes ought ''oet.pl: of 832, ''followed iyOtegaq' GolD Pass Ag't Louisville Kentucky S.tamTl ( i',

r de>> spend .Deea."laTlIa tt..4m.drPlL.r llcaaa.Utth ;...;' # )."..; '." ... B78,1 30TTexa KeWTork- a29'151j'Aida'14Z>Norllr'pakdta'130.' : Colorado j ll U U e r a) i .TOORPER.. 9.
i It fomeatutgala.ls/1. -sepp{ tf'.ortner FCMldent Uorebouse of the : IN TWELVE HOURS
It 1 often used candidly. But It Cnnpyrvgnla I JO and QIJebeo'10a'ortIe i
flona. I gaited TJpQ tettaefAwerta.preeII; ; | xklHjice ranking gain were mndor'100itProteetor. W. H ARTSON ,OF ,ALL KINDS
can't at
S.I the arpJDeIlt.ot.tboae,who taoWLdNnpltm arlng'Drlatep.pt jConnectlenb !- Florida Rubber Stamp Works :. .
have scboolhouMS built,. *> ,
ford to '
l< Jnmaa.addreaa at.'tlut' Boston Ty- '"' .. '
ca..p.. ter..l.W84.. 4J>..r. ork"ttacberiApe.4tlu'tiiJ TAILORING 224 Mala St. 'Jacksonville, Fla. :""I"%?
though potb9t .d1aGAll' advocated high wages .Ser.'gur.'N.w'ehaptera GUY I. METCALF, Local Agent.; .
r ..... ... .. '
$I. a.to, oAOr; .as a.good business policy. "If the masttt II,'
.
ar --springing up: on-all .. .
man ac4golirmaedtDUBll4tgitralosat4tescWaatt frlnter' of Boston." said he. Hhad All BruciiisPRESSfoff ;
la Its .. r,
IdaTbe *urreot'yf>arvproni1e* to by Y
fi Ses+.fo..Ja.k.It" Increased the pay *f their men Vft a ... F'nctoryOl5D1T. "'j ,
. I nqwW!...,.. ...-, a <>PQ D'ca' > p00pl week "Instead:/p1N;'J httlerponeyzwould( ." far themt successful the Order oftheiAasterw8ta' -.:- "Rend' I Ii. ,010. We.tlJaySt. ,:'.
T.XT baa known.
l .Bn4todeoiao
I / } groyndR'listbAeusew'ItAteeiAq-'auakl'tr' degree. -*- At.th annual convention of the Ty Membership' | tit the erderratords'protoctlon'In'trsvelicg'.nd : IndescrlBanense ,...... ... "- -- ., ,- ... Ua Iv.allon.: w .. I i II room.4ia Jaek.unville.W. nay J'.' "?. I,
>! pal music, extrsvagant to tbelast pbtbetn In N..JJ.a'.ntftree yeara-ago: aor BLAIIa'MPURiB9Shop nnRva Mt .. ;\
They'like'b; tttr-I'the pproprla{ President' Uorebouae Wa a strong 1114! of pleasure* and. security botht stor Jelly CANDY Branch MnrM and. A..... .4' i',. "
I tin In all Tows onCoast. EM' : ;
In hume and abroad.-
tlon'of money for oUUUry affair champion of the eight boor day. Stadt "
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ABOUT MIAMI OLD MMITTE under idate:.of Ang. Jut was I'CARNEGIE I.K8'TOO- MUCH' ,, The mayor bf DaytonA'haebail..' ; arietl \1\XTOltR)( 'I711'R1SfJIC;'' ;rR.vt ,
C : pf 'new committee v, y1 "i. ; '' to call an- electionto: i determ iil1 J..1 r'hem' a I "' \ ,
I: II. Weald. ,.IcMora\ ; U'' HettaveM.r. whether the of that deal '
only In Dad and I II'J..tatt. .. peoiJlo City: l ATTORNEYAND: ( OUwStLt I''
one county Ttap. "
TO RETAIN- to 'grant a / : &- to- ''the propone "",,..<* > '
t Links of Local News Picked up I send you the certificate' for the In' much l the- I\rtt that generation electric railway company which is.t 'XJ'JV

y ,'Here and There. : : .t 1 <,., 't t of recogniitiug ouiui.comnilttee aftergeneration ( mankind\ has turned .APnslr'uct' .. ,trolley Una from.Ui ,$ Wilt uriUloa'&nfAli"I.t 10.' St,.'."esnd'PeY. '

Chalrmalt Williams Finds ; fncf to tbep: other one as you to.. written. meVj f\ hone of thtf Imperial J JO'I' a ti,, r \\0 "J't'I1I1.! ., ,' 1 T. "'.r'"4.MAl 1 l. ',Bunninl RuRI) KtHKMi Rttll'lllt\ suil on'Trobaltt IIIYlln' Ml Law'trtmt
philosopher ll .Vcus, Aurelu4| Anto> ,.
'., ; Brief Mention or,' Current ftvsnts Gathered Action of the Dade ; think. containing mans to- flndt pas.. .dais experience ANN'V t-r- ." : y; .' MBA )
booklet the
M 1 '., by THKSinr3Ubiqultoui\ Reporters, Committee 1e8'al. e you and thai, *0\11.'ot '4\lt oouuuel of 'one iAND. '"
.. .... -. ,,. __*Jsl : : by tbe State committee ,'MAlARIA I Il. .' ,
( burins the WeiY.MtNHATTAN holding- d4ulln.wlnenee In.. the t(1.) U. ANNOOffleePTodI ,/>I "I" rUj' '

t. . The tangles-l Local i political ; government of. 'Ui primaries, 'world's affairso I II) /Is .that, ; ?.personstoCtour .'l. "tt ,a 11'.c.\ ,, ,, reso'utloas. Of far affect County !., .time \ ten to the ..lItter
SHIRTS-.AmVaoNY' so as they the ,
g f & + aO IlntchcU. !Ave: l>,
cratic Executive, Committee t. IBy re/etring Ine1 Reso- ancus P.such prlnof Iof.. opulence, and 1 Ii ,. J l\l./! Building
11: KR tPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOESat the Rio top 'of page No. 18, you power_ .as Mr Andl ''W I Carnegie, the. ,. tlltomN.BH.mw471on.g: : *4. tuna( ),' 1\\, '' 'Miami. ;fflbrida.. a'tdtvoIolt1Irit
straightened
ANTHONY: BROS. out.by ; that,*the Campaign committee more especially\ .wbel 'isuqh princes.'en; widow ot .Dr. Lazonjo, who, > I ; -' :'
hi It tee of the state executive. :'t ) : :
out between the of the Goveramcait.vejj \vejj
dearor to point a relation employ l : LOtt
to leave the"Matter of the term Y4tirreh ;
Ur.nor Tatum, of The Metropolis, t In everybody be to Cubu; liioculttted with Yelloj ;'1hl -
/ } qn"erflaDt joutUy .tbt\lr; o,vn,,careers and those\ of 'the av. was I '
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; II back t tier. 'rpleaeeitrtbolidayt'tript; r In. foqt! l In. oDD cJlon jtllb Sbe Of'ihQlyafiua( Executive counties: la Com the erage)man beglnulng} In 1hl\tt1Iey; eali 1 Fever through Mosquito for relief\tea anddl-11' .,/ Ifol"KR\ .
Georgia.I. applied to Congress to-day '
the first primary awltlch a similar clrcuinstanctta, \ for the grand !' \ '
t bole !' ...with' th'e' = Democratic! the '1 !l'be'above tolls of the'ted''culmi dfficnE/ A> ,r91!?PogeIitucl4! ,. i iMiAMt
,, t Bargains/ Improved\ 'nod ulilniprov was taken for.!ne election moral i of,, plutocratic\ phllonopbersof \ tlon-of a series experiments'by: : t '
'' ) ed city property. Towulev Bros. Anthony Cc'unty Democratic, ''executive Commlttreai tJnderthis: reso today!i that, there la. plenty of! room Qo-vernrnont. all of'Which proved ooj/ t ,'i t.. ..', J! 'I' VZtiytilha?
,. Block. tee. The old Executive have.' consistentlyrefused/ \*;(! to at the top and that 'eyerybotly crtii. by : elusively> thai.the femlllariBionqul, !II A"4-4r : !", ', '" ,
tai, or give any advice bearing the exerciseof honesty\: and dtlJlrfIDce a. vela ole. for ," 1 UY1) ,': ,,, ,is >. '
.;,JM':,t Large and small tracts of land for a meeting held 'In May .fu the question of s lcqtlon7of'County; come teat and clcb. danmroul.",, ,Jacltffand; gtherInaElaz'Thore / t---' .( : SUNt1. I., -, '

t v:{ ::fruit and ,vegetable Towaley Broa. office Miami, voted to?retain' and nnder. hla reso i, Tho carper' mf bt'wterpret"11II..J'or41! ; lol, JeVera.. ."., ." ,,. j _t.'oATUW., "It'Y ":.>' P
for further of .
term
; Block. a of course, and anjthat'all caurfot t>qg .
Anthony si;
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fe..1that 'there nothing for "
..ifJ) j" Some exception w'as taken to bale( slbly become great and rich'In tit,,'lIettIJlf! : I' .I .., NOTARN.PURLIO?, \
.'. '';.I '' .... Mr W. Maynard an optician, recently even by members of that In the' cage of county of the'Carnegie princes because great' ,. MIAMiI F
"1\\ ,- of KlHsimmee..,bas, moved, to Miami the majoritycarded their }theqld., <\\Imittee. as ness and'this'' state tof l'Icbata'are'relative r. ; : : : 't ,z : ,, .""

". {{i' and pened up an establishment on Av. looking up the primary law, d there... WBSJ/ ;no election things; and a'mAn cnn become great' iii-it( '<:*
yi; enue D '' found that the County by 'them for"i new' committee, only as'he bedoines! Rrcntor) !thnh others : : 'p,

",' Ibis resolution J-thlnlc they and rich dnly as he comes to have a -. .. ." : .
+I' 1, 'Re", and Mrs. G. W. Hall; of Redden i mittee- had really acted /puperflnlty ArIORNEy-Ar.4AW: .
right'to order an election or of wealth over "others. But, ..,' .1 \ :
\ I' Ceorftla, have located here. They right In this matter so far as aside such trite. .funeral p...}'tae to State ,aiul FoOcral Courta
putting- distinctions aa .
"' .r "] are parents of the Miami and Cocoanut ments themselves are concerned' deemed Yours proper.truly., snys Huncx George ;Jr:, In the PhIl adol-., who are exposed to' m.o altos..' ':'AllbuHlncaa.. ,lon.i :entrusted-. '. .will." receive'S prompt> l.i'-i-. atn ..

&'; ':-J ) ( 'Grove school principals Executive, Committeethetefore' llrnt'd") ArthuriT., very' Williams; ; phi a1' North American.-! .- let'us,, look"1n o or other malarial inuuencea should take I., Offic..ltrQ"u. ,Bu t\lag.I.A"ra. oJ}! ,-ndUltb'St..t. ,; ,

1'I' ;" Tbe Dade County-Security Company, j-ccognUe: the aide election (! t Democratic Mr1.' Carnegie'/ fccunf! speech in New'',-wamlnj Iron,la the fighting element MIAMI. .a .' 1+1;'''Jt.4tDj5AS. '""'
jgrlmarlea and .tbe...' ote then State Executive. York city before the'railroad branch of1 in the blood and. provides nature with ..' ,
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\ building and loan orgunlz tion! ,IIII .
l V a ;' -rr-"'" --- aufflolent realstance to ward oft disease. '" .. !I.Ii-'
I;', ''iL, doing a large business Just now. Miami went unnoticed.! the'Yo' ng Men's Christian- aRfiootaton( : But if the' blood Is Impure' or' impoverished : 'RICIiMONDtAgeii: 'w'
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therefore,,' be seen that the '"It-la one of the moat cheeilarffacts :
;1'I} I is trul on the boom. A meeting or the newly elected i or if there' Is"weaknellRl"tt'D1eans
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,' Cooinilttee Of the Exr .of'our day that nnHer'prenent condo I..
Slate that the of the
fighting qualities
(,I i-I. ,: You will be sorry it you wait too long tive Cpmmlttee. was held in Miami 1 I had. do''uourae Other;; than to tlons the wages of' labor tend' to rise I| blood have been lowered and consequently 1C1Th10 Grant.Lad :Compr,, '

t 11\\1\ ;;: The early bird catches tne worm. and 3iatday. of July, for the old County Executive' : Con and the price of the necessaries of life II j there is danger. ,If.you would .
l, \" Ilk e...I Ie' the first corner gets tbe first Iota organizing. There were' five will hold office. until tends to fall. Therevnever' ; ,a',nation I escape, keep tbe blood,pure and properly 1tEAIW: I'S'J'ATI..
II i :' cheaj Townley Bros... real estate; deal men present.and L.: J. Griffin they ;:- .. '0' splendidly slrtiated .aa ours la I nourished with 4'3ur' 'CUTLER'. ''Ptt>1t'lDA.B4tabJlllllfd ; .

?t.i era: Anthony Block. cinct No: 6 was 'represented" t>y f ;.t ,f at this moment In regard to labor' II. I

Judge G. A. Worley was elected Touching wages it may be1' trua.thnt Dr. HartersIron "
t If. The steam merry-go-round has folded nary chairman, and Judge H.; B. FHOtl BO NTON. skilled workmen In '. number "of pur' In 1876 Incorporated Is'js*.

; up its tent and silently stolen amay. It ders, Jr., secretary. The report WaldoM1; Leonf jot Key 'West, salts have'during tbe paat'year or.two' 'Cftpltrtl i StOCtt $1 OOOOO.OO
it, but \here few th'_ received advances In'Iwa and It' I. r. T01Jii:,
is sadly missed, by the children not credential: committee-was, for a day "" Brothers'',
ri.t by those who live in the vicinity of where a visit with Mrs. C. W. Pierce. true that tbe tendency of waga in mostdepartmehts Soniefs ( ',GompafiyriTTSBDR&
taming details of the vote and
a "; It supplies.tb'blood with.. IronIn
,4 ,.)J:1: ? it was located. tion'was passed, pledging the bisway to I' atteud.....school. in Ing tbe past ;year of production,, or two been baa to rise dul'-, j! natural It is recognized every a* ,PENN'Commlssloni" \.
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1"-- MinI!, is justly proud of h"r'upto- to allegiance to the principles \ .. but the real and startling fact la that'r fi.,,where aa tee? best blood ,purifier and I Merchants;

'": t.: date steam laundry. It Is turning utilf. in" .tie_ state platform, adopted new, residence Is to be taking the' United Staten census figures i II tonio In use, and' 'it,bas been. used. ,toiba.1t.a "

r first-dins work at reasonable price. Democratic: 'State "Conveu lon in Mata Avenue by Mr. W. N. for 1800 and 1000 .we find that In the |I' .. -century? ; I'L. .Wholesale. Produce De_ A, '

'' Give i. a trial. It is located at thecor sonvllle in_June, 1906.and lumber. for which Is now on the' majority of states and territories' tho. .' 'f HouatooT,:' '.x., Anf.1,UoL Invite conallnm i.ntjroul" f-: -i I'
c. *. Dade.County
D "I have used Dr. Harleril
M,. ner of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. adherence to the principles and _amount L ._ _uu of 'money 'paid to. wage has H.'I Iron Tonio myself and In toy ?.and Southern Florida, ol, l"ruil8..Yellle-
-, 59tf latlon of lea Democratic; nartv.. : I I the prominent residents .o I nucincreased; proponioaaTcjy withtue; ., 'jlxf family: forover awanty-flvermn. I: and .tables and Produce.. pruinisingpromptealea'at .
Increase In of laborers Kf heartily reoommaod nwuM It
the number "o&a "
to' WII ; 'I;{ Mr. and Mrs. Graves, of Kissimmee, state !lad ;county, The organ lat '' Beach, Mr. F. S. Dewey hui s l that the rate of wage baa'fallen. The Bf lajiol upart1oalarlyvaiuabletoWard anti. otnar t.......... ; uffuui'V immediate highest retprns., Pittsburg'! .' 'prices" : ,?, x ami- .

'1' t f- have recently ,settled In .Miami.. Mr. ing, been, effected, the 'town -.f Boynton three lob, fall for the country; at large was more, 1' J. H. HateeLang .- we refet to thin' p..pt" 'itadlnir; i* ile"Ccahiupera. & .
Gravet is one of.the managers of .the journed | to.he, sold and '>the proceed. than 2 pep cent ''and for tbe Btatelof and 1tmlMtton Agtw Vrlsoo Una. PUtabuffr Baokaandothar wen fci ,
I (...* the .....h-IllsJ.Is'imriwk. .) and .reliable aourcea of infarmatlnti asenancialatandlnaaadbnaiaeaamethoda te" "
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j new shoe and dry goods store on Avenue Before the second: primary was construction .of wore .rock New Jersey; It ,was. approximately fifteen '

D, opened by Messrs. Stanford & the State Campaign Committee I ti Wmiw.that.TJWs !, .. I. 1 :'

Company check for $18 oo for second has been seriously ill Indicate tlMl. tendency o f th egeneral .' . ... .

) Dr. W. B. Rush, formerly of Oakland penses to W A. Filer, chairman two weeks, and Is still in a plaINt, of'wages In: shop andfacltoria I. 'R.WirCM.McCormlofc:'Bro"'II.PMMlI Yha< Pwstden0'a'
for'' a, decade, beginning\ In Bank t
I has arrived in Miami old committee, and after that had of Bay Biscayne flan. H. Curry, hveuna VIcvPiMCbarliM : ;'klB'';'
Orange$; county comparatively{ I good limes an 2 ending II. Uartlmlda,.v '
Bent,- Chairm.o Williams ot the UfbllJft
with bis!! family and taken up his resirdenciv I our residents are 'now pre In' good times, with a depression Inter ... "
,, r' That he will be aucpessful in i hs palgn Committee_received' "_the i early crops'L' -_- ., nlDg. But take a longer period find ...
"r 4x .I < here without saying. He of the new Executive ask any well'lnformed.man In one of ,f ., :Capital, $50,Opo.,.. ,., -' "
practice goes
:j of' Florida East
111':' and his family ]have many acquaintances' then wrote asking oink, Filer* .to !' at!, (Ihiiplaeebas!,ibe been the larger .stable trades;. such as the MIAMT: '.. .... 'Yab1.21: : A
over the check to' the new : printer's or' the ''curperiter's,' whether
In this city. This resulted in a protest from Mr.Mr.'T to New Smyrna and his wages, taken aa a whole In his trade -- '. .. ." .. '....,_ n "

Arrangements have been made for .a and that gentlemen received the baa been -taken by 0, H. have'
lyceum course of twelve evenings durl'gtbe lug reply from Mr. Williams r .He"wIU robabJy tell ;you that they; This is the Season wFrhoa; 1a CA1'CeONNNNNNNSN .'!
coming winter. This course is being have fallen Id dollars'only;'' a little per. '
ill
has been
Harper quite ; .. .. NNNNN.
presented here by tbe Fraternal Union Jacksonville Fla., August, : few days and her friends re tape I In some places owing to local clrenmstanceg N NN NNN N .

of America, the, arrangements being Hon W. "p. Filer Chairman see her around again.. but-A great deal In other ;And'' in; offering this 'line lofl; Evaporated .Fruits! rfH.ll.l'.i. ;.

',9 madr byMr.J.C.Beck.Jr. Tickets for ic Executive Committee Dade came .places and' particularly la the newer t I I yon get a big'-variety bf Fane;v Goods free from bugs' f .x
Lemon Florida Bartram down from tbe part ot .the country < and webs. } w4N
hl'' ; a full course are placed at $5. Cltv. i I .rREAD' __
'morning and returned But,, says Mr.. Carnogl- "price of
i Mr A. L. Thomas a young man living the Dear Sir-In reply. to your .1 the*necessaries. of ,life tends' to fall." I | THIS LIST ..,...,,f. ., '
9th. instant asking me to
", i ;l' Miaml.had valise stolen from him :If that were true It might perhaps off I' .
;; near > a know what I sent : Evaporated Apricots; f j ce'iitsfpountf ,
by authority to R. Funk and H. B. Murray, ,> .
set the loss In.wagoa But unfortunately ,' n'"''
.recer Iv. &Ir. Thomas was about to be Worley, of Miami the -morning for a- visit'to, I II *1t Is not true.. Dun's review,. which ._ Evaporated Peaches; 15 cents: .pound '
t ',1,''.: mar- ed, and in the valise he bad placed the candidates for Railroad I homes In the ,North. Mr Mr. Carnegie will, doubtless .accept. asa : Evaporated Pears, 15 cents pound ,i .. ', ..;' k'." ,;;..
,r b.I i. wedding garments. Of course hint chairman .. .por Apples. 15 cents pound IJ', ";
addressing as ; ( spend some time in Chicago! competent authority.00 such matters, "i" f" w.a y; '" ,
such bstacles as this do not count at Democratic Executive al wilt' ylsl.t' lu Bailey! only a few weeks ,.a 9. .howed by ,a .. ,.Evaporated Figs, ia# cents pound 1. .. .. f- .I" '! .. ."
: ,' '; .: such time but Mr. Thomas would like Dade county, I will state' that I .r .comparison'' of prices for 860 typical ,Big line California Prunes jto cU pound .. n It...((1 *\, '
"', to meet any individual carrying the pleasure In articles selected so as to Include breadstuffs Fancy Layer Figs; SIOct'pond'n" Lit.. "'/l;
y: enclosing you copy I I v.d .
mentioned valise. arr| here. last t", Friday meats, and i ... -+ .
:1\, '", afore minutes of the meeting of the new ,.daJry; garden products .J' Fancy Fard Date., tat{ cIa pound .:; 4,
," hotel,ready for the! tourists. 'other food., clothing, metals and '' '"7I't i,. .', :;
: \,-: All''lough Postmaster Cully of Cocoanut ocratic Executive Committee held the muck land, for the crops miscellaneous products that price .' ., :', ,: Good Bun,Dried Apples',,, to'ctalb* '' **, .....Cioonu g.i''

1 tt Grove sent in his resignation sometime county court house on the 3st( ere blaber at the,close of .1001 than : && founds 'good Roasted Coffee, ,x.oo .)t"." t.

d t, ago and thee application of :Mr.lynon July 19<>::1,'whlch minutes are and progressing those who nicely on ,the ,, they.bad been tor many ;years and that .. 33jouudsIiestlPlourr.oc! ._ ; "d.-lo' ." ,' .." ..

I'.t 1 has been duly forwarded no action H. U. Saunders, Jr.., an secretary; l are engaged'' they are'40-"per"c &,?t higher) now. than .17 pounds' Gnlul'te.c1.uar.! .' JSt.oo" "ltj ;).... ,u.... : -'.

_,J tt'i", :'i is been taken by the .government: A. Worley aa chairman. Not hope soon to Have the they were eve ;years ago. } Gsllon.0il. | 85 cents ? -Earn '

"'. ami' T.' r. Cully still remains postmaster anything about any;. trouble in the shape ,Then,, t<>o._consider the matter..( 3 cans Milk 2,5'Cents ; ; ':. .

.'Y 1" unablt to vacate his position and make ty.I took It for granted that this I rent Of course-we all know at .has 16 pounds goad) Rice, $Ioo. '"' '. .:::. .

,.f room fir a gentleaan who will acceptit. new committee, properly "Icate For: Mayor* \much,, to, do i with the cost of (l1'fInIl. .................................,. ..........NN4N .
'Take a long period of ,yeartrare rents( .
_ [ sent them the certificate. I orle Is In the race for Mayc. rising or falllngT Why, Manhattan ..Is- '
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iv P ,' m.: We .re sorry to have to announce that however that.the primary was and pl'ncky.he laud was once bought for '2-1. whereas LEFFLERMIAUI ;: i"

"L i another of our prominent citizen has your old committee. ,'which I think make us I it was but a than $$150.000.000, and its '
l proper selling
*defect \ .
they "
sew hlllJ -'j
; left Kissimniee' and; moved Miami on 'Upto t
the primary of July ijtb. vahte'twenty-IIy.: ; year. "rent capita: I -
v{ the East Coast. Mr. J. R. Graves was Yours truly.- time he has Issued no plat !lied .ii ''presumably fa,750,000,000. ft ,

> mivor of Kissimmee for three terms ( T-JB.-'TWI very; :: ir. l tfo stating what he ,.nb bave'.,. rt e e a where'did'thla Biscayne Lumber? -.
: known hotel Signed), ; not do but he lain the L1iI lboraudSnpDly; "
also well
/ *'' Hew a* a pro Chairman State Democratic race enormous value come from T G.Q -T Shingles
prletor. not only on occount of his un. '' with the encouragment _- L ath ..
failing desire to accommodate his gueau!;I '''Committee.In He stands for Miami .......tl..t. tlo. Bnuo......: BRICKS: CEMENT* LIME. PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for j Waraelt Crates

,i but for the cheery laugh tbat always ac the meantime the second The Typographical Journal says edl MIAMI r bJLA. j;ssa j. .A v
.CONIUD
.,J. complied the desire. In 'Miami' hi! wn'conducted by ',the- 'old. II' _________ .... tonally of"The Manhattan cost of living Is being among investigated theworkers tceP
: will b. the manager of H. .C. Stanford'i, After'the primary 'Mr." Filer '" -
Take Labor. Day. by the United States-l la.t>> >-t>u-
51e, store in which also be has an, Jacksonville and laid the matter '
new reau. ''Why hi it that the working
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q inters. Mr Graves was accompanied ally before Mr Williams and part Miami in- the people excursion are pre pta are always the one Investigated FRANK W. :STHNTON.JOUR t.&c: .CO: j ';

):: by bill cousin Miss Nanule Ladd whf. gentlemen expressed surprise Why not have Investigation' of the _

S : j: will be greatly; ,missed 'next' winter bj that he thought 'the 'difficulties: I next,, Mondavi Labor Day. ItTloK.expenses of Oarncgler Rockefeller ,. : .. SPECIALTY ',':I:III ..r.l

I : .... many visitors. ]Klsalmrhee is a sad! loser lag In Dade county bad been tap there may look out for a .1torI( tu. Schwab and tbe ''other I '

_ 1 in this exchange: but she, nevertheless, settled, and be upheld the from the Magic'\ City.. great employers of labor) Such data tf East .yA "\I

I has nothing but kind wishes and hopes the old committee in reelecting '-'".....:.-- given yore jhat publicity the, wage.would'earners raise '_employed ueb a fu. Fancy Coast.Pins'i : "

for prosperity to offer het departlug selves; and in transacting the Prescription for'' Malaria J
.by_these' men .would have the sympn 1& Vine :Streety ::; .: :
frien Is. "''Kl lmmee Valley-Gazette. in connection with tbe holding of Fever Is a bottle of Giove'i thy; of the public when next they asked PliiladelpliiaGrowers'of .
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y primary Tonic. It is .lmpl'y'.lron I for an Increase In ''Wage. of 10 cents /1' .N' 1, ,.

i' recently The suggestion that some has gentlemen often been with made plenty The 'following letter written by In"1a iastelesa form. No. tier day. ,By all means let us InvssUgate. Florida, !.Oranges 'ancj' .Grape-F: ult;;
what *'
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it a;1v. of capital at their dlspoe l.sbould, on Williams to Hon. Mr. Worley, : Price 50 cents for their.employlng living.. :A. comparison expend Is .O OVBS. LOCATED../ ....,*.,!t'' /,\ 'J'l'1
man of the new Executive: : .1 Liles -& Stanton, Terra Cela; Fla.
Armsron
the outskirts of the cltyr build several nlf just: ( & &: Btantonr Palmetto"l Fla
i It I y yyd small cottages that would rent for $6 op is self-explanatory: : You Noticed ? Knox & Stanton.'Llmonla,..'PI,..' ; .' '''
rl, ; to8.o'> per month 'to be occupied ,by Jacksonville; Fla., Aug., tilt, I p '..... working.....' ......... wy J, ., ''I."

workman and mechanics 'who cannot Hon G. A, Worley Miami Fla, the label- of your papers. The labor.problem) Is a worldngman'f
}I Dear Sir .Your favor of the 8th l problem; ot him and by Mra as well as
affor o pay higher rent. These would :"- just.to what time. your anb- Pianos ,
for him The capitalist will not to Organs 1
seek Sewing'lvjachines
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bu( ewing
re'cefvd to
readily lease for a term of from one to was duly .been paid. All subscribers solve It.tor the laborer.; The working-. ;

1 4' five yeurs, especially/ if given the"privil and press business since I have it not :.:t ai'tjiijate.changed after mom must do It for .himself, LKtsar( t' sell. direct- from," 'the' Factory -wt'u. $/4 -t- j
of ,
opportunity replying to
eke of buying on rea-onable terms Tbe an flop Is the primary constructive POint The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Mariab'llVXt{ : 'I '"" .
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t +F'1 workli g population 'of any city Is ill I When I Hat YOU the -circular remittance, and should around which. better conditions must Tbe Conover Pianos the Cable Pianos"V: ,

t-' ': life an 1 progress and a knowledge that I dated ,Aug., ::1,1 I and, certificate of : if l iCk'not-aVcWigad.l : ** center Instead' of bogging 'and .trust. The K'nfbury' Pianos, tbe Wellington Pianos; 'O-

the ,01 men's comforts and needs are ,' names of tbe candidates for the -.e.I .- lug,to others to legislate for them the The Chicago Cottage Organ. In twentynlaif styles.

being!looked: after will\ tend to draw'the .Railroad Commissioner I 'was" .. laborers,themselves should b* properlyfeprMented .AttIt", Very Lowest Prices and on"Liberal Terms: .'

I bttter lass1 of workmen to this place ] the-lmpr..aslon that h.- rlitJerenceyo. In the legislature, Those "., Catalogues cud Prices Purniahed. on Application.

While nkiug after the interests of th* ..&' county''' between the two. wi who are not .of you cannot appreciate Old rostnme tt-f iiriaElcbaage, 'aa'' ''JLiCdebratedSti erlililag'uacblae' ..roN..t. -. J

tonri t and monled men, 'eve shoo'd..tees had been settled and 'that f.. as your, ,true wanta or even understand .. and' Attachments for. aJ1l1ldd.. o'Bewlne W.bIA., ))flag OFIIII"fJ'W raosty. .
Is oo n tai of DM geealM. your coudltloni It is the most complete Pl'Ulltpt Attest on. t.
the minute of.the? meeting held at
not forget the toiler one who creates j jspd ,
Bromo-Quinine TMWr !evidence of Indolence: and indifference A'ylt. DANdaIiANI Itt.. ,
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r, makes possible all else. 'on the stet of July, sent me by : OOR.e ., Ia1DA Je W t
,. x a' rnMdy aauraa a .... .. erne d.pY on the part of the laborers that they .w _. .. ERICKSON: '
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NOTES ABOUT Jacksonville, CpijreBponu'bKce\ Fla, 0'&(.ug.Two 93.Sum-That tUo. [ fTIOES. The United States War Etepartmenl FIGHT.ef.fo 0
has isiiued an order to Llel1teaa t-Oell'
tri.t'of Primary A FORTIETH
FAt41 results of the first the State
i WORLD.S
S eral Miles to go to the :Philippines foithepurpoae
satisfactory, goe9withoutBaying. ( ANNIVERSARY
1: witr/j 0
'J of inspecting the army now WARSHIP
.- 'Supporters: >> ofthe pflnjaryys- :
esrted Divine set* It at the Baptlst'charchm serving there. General Mile. will not, WAR STORY

,There are now thirty officer dinK' tem are delighted, balf.l people Sunday at I and 73op.m8unday.ac = however, assume command of the 0

S ,on thi World's. Fair grounds erW t ;V, are, 'tbnvtnceiJ, '.Kttd' many' ''''\10 -were ] l at, Jo .a. m, ti'raer' ? troops S 5 MOORE .. April 240 39. 1862..
for their occu- heretofore honestly"and co 'i clelttlouay c
I contractors temporarfjisoc fleet1nghL at 0
evening
$ ,, 1 "vyblle performing! : !' rourl opposed to ,the''system now '\\Iend It. All ar wcJUie.; 713d'1'* ,' L,.Beginning; September r, the posto ice ,
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':'' I "' contracts; Inv tho tbelri I great their hearty support,,
S exposition* S the law. Is perfect. Indeed: 1,. ,even its :. transmission to the United. States. The .

,. j .n -- warmest advocates/ freely concede: 'Its' various attempts of the British Government [Copyright 1WJ br a.' I... Kllrasr.: ] to prevent'hfirSinking'1. In deep

j 'Howard>> 'ft. Miller Denvei J i oIoA Imperfections, but.\be imperfections% )' I; "lodlst. 1"Church.'iilog to conclude a parcels post arrangement : surren water. '$ecuey.biired and lashed

4 S writes to the World's Fair auth
:suggest!, that the. bj&fxy: '1 souveff! ,gol4 : by the' State JXstaocratiq Committee Ususi service at 7:30: o'clock. Suited in failure, the British Postal De. : by Federal upon, the Moore until water cover

'dollars lot the ;'Louisiana PurcbQpnslrion E* win draff smeodtpents to tbe Sunday :hool,at,9:45 a. us.S .- {. partment.has arranged this independent shells, driven ashore 01: ed the 'gun ''trucks. Meanwhile the
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'- be minted-at the heW. law; and some of theur. t any rite,1*!li 39w'orLeagOe, at'j.'jo p. m. '} service. blown up constitute the whole picture Moore dropped down stream past the

S ; eaerftou1 Colorado. ,(Xpul!Jchaee'Tttrrltory 'tr. be adopted, by the next iegisaturk : R c c:. Frrd Blackburn; pastor.Congregational Nineteen 'prisoners In' the county 'jail In nearly all\ the accepted and popular Vuruna, but not answering her shots,
5 stories of Farragut's attoelc. on Mew for the reason, Keunon Said, that hlenenly'a
,I' \ ] gol l. It Is useless to attempt; to disguise tbe -flt4 at Covington, Ky., made an attempt to Orleans. But was it In fact C; A on. sided decks were crowded with helpless .

S '" S fact S : that' 'there\ ; wlll\ < be opposition: to Church. break jail Tuesday, in the absence of affair The Confederate steamer Governor wounded people.It .

.. 'j ,. rIs Mining\ Journal of' Lon-lon;' | (ng. 'some of 'the amendments''proposed'' by Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational the jailer. They 'had bored through Moore shared the fate of all the was, broad daylight, and the tops

S : r- .II" Innd, says, that ;Mr. A, Si. Stna\\ wbo the DemocraticComniMtee,,awl there ( Church at'It- 'a. m. and 'yjo: the' top of the cage and were about to others in the end, but there was an .ex. of sevel.al'I' ships could be seen above

S has had chsrgeof the mid :\,ele- s* Iun. ''witCbe amendments;proposed that\ the p. ,iu. Preaching. by the pastor Rev. S.; break t through the'roof when the wife citing Interval which lasted longer the treps.; Kennon proposed to drift

,Canada's exhibits at Paris QIgo w ,;Democratic t Committee; ''as' thei representatives D. Paine i < of Jailor Smith armed a negro "trusty,"! han it takes to tell It." down and fight the advancing fleet hut

S and London'during the last i :.two \ eara of the people, wlll"iight, anti In' the evening a sermon on" recent and taking her, husband's shotgun The of Moore was a paddle wheel steamship .. his this lieutenant We have exclaimed no men hotly left :and"Whydo I'll
000 tons, rigged out for a fight
will take charge of the Cauaduitr! It Is just i as welt',for All to understand etcavatiun 'In Babylon, Ninevah and covered the prisoners 'aad kept them' er. Sbe curried two thirty-two pound be If I stand here to be murdered

L al I exhibits at the forthcoming exposition; bell matters! right: now. The -resultthe 11' f Nippuri 'S. still Until until her husband, ret rned.' ers and ninety-three muD Her stem The gallant fellow was already wounded .

S at. St. Louis.Alabama's. _. ,' first primary showed that it ,Is la i Christian Endeavor at.6:30; p.'m. The prisoners were' then forced .to go bad been faced lengthwise,, with flat and Kennon made no protest when
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S r good' thing( for the people, InaamhcUj' aa Sauda '.acbool at 10 ay m. \ back to their cells. railroad iron, bolted ou.: 8Ue bad no lie shipped the helm 'about to go upstream

; 1 ehlbitatt.he.WorkV' ; 1aIrS non; R, HudsonBu'rr. swept .the. State Song service and pastor's Bible classPrayermeeting The new well at the pumping station ramming beak, yet was called a ram. out of danger.
-'ol' 1904 will have for a. nucleus! the coming I. Her machinery was protected by cotton When the Mooro[ put about, the nearest .
like' house a' fire, The Jacksonville on Wednesday -at.. quite a curiosity aud the men look S
exhibit of the slate at the State Fair f bales packed along the bulwarks from enemy wall the Pensacola. Thin It-
Times-Union! and Citizen, 'the' organ, 7:3Gp. lit.'Airare. upon it as a most reliable barometer., lug
at Birmingham In."October.: The Hon. "" the bold to- ths upper deck. The morning the Moore was aiming to ram her.Pensacola ,
"of the'-'rtulroads: ,. .conceded Mr. cordially invited. Always before a cbangeln the weather '
Burp [ planted a broadside Into the
I R R. Poole, Commissioner Agrlcullu- of April 24, when Farrogut's ships
t and. Industries of 'AlabamA' has'plant).' three) counties*"! believe and predictedMr. S -.. ? -", '''\ strong current of icy air blow. from, dashed past the Confederate forts! on luckless' Confederate. About the same

re baaS H';B.'Day. present Railroad Com- Are You ''doing. North? the well, Before the storm last week the Mississippi below New Orleans, tbe time tbe pnelda came up and opened

I ,ed to have the best.exhibit the ,state mUnlorier,' and a candidate'for 'reelettlon :. the current came out for three or four Moore lay .near Fort Philip. Her com on the Moore. At last tbe ram was
shown having lit view the far Why: not consult! your pleasure and
'ever I would, lead 'the ticket by 'a '.1 large : hours 'with great velocity. At other mender Lieutenant Beverly Kennon completely: crippled. One gun bad been
World's Fair at : comfort and travel by one of the wa;
'greater exhibit at the In
dismounted the last fire. Her boats
and bad learned his trade in Uncle Sam'enavy
1 maorI Burr was elected ,, Day imes, the air',goes down into the well :
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St. Louis. mu third, ouf of five an ldatell. 'Ja\\s nificient ships of.the Clyde;, Line' ,sailing with sufficient force to draw pieces of aud. feeling a' fight In the air, did her wheel ropes, the head of her rudder .
.5 "TEc'nador > from, Jacksonville? rU\ery comfort ':and close his a portion of the engine and a large
/ second beaten three: { not eyes in sleep but paced
be befure
primary or it
: was down hen a storm
: :' wI1beepreaauted. at the! convenience' "can be\? obtained; The paper the deck and about 8:30: a. m. noted a section of the walking beam bad been
S. ; f'Ourt'one bj> pott, Jefferson B.: rowue, comes rushing out like a breath from shot The head had
cylinder
of unusualInterest. away.
,. WorldVFair with an exhibit staterooms are fine anj .the 'bill of ,fare bit of a stir down the river.
former president the State 'Sen.t the Arctic region.-Weekly Tallahassean. been cracked debris and
by the
falling ,
Steam
Three cities have announced'tb.'pu Spread before Its patrons is all that could: was up on the Moore in about
S ., would send exhibits and 'a whona rec.ord.with, the people i is r<)od; .be de ire.r. lOur home people are patro- three minutes, and Kenuon slowly engine room was untenable owing to

S number of private 'firms'' have signified At once'Vhe'org"tas of .tb* railroads set )I1lzlujt the Oyde Line liberally aud on Yesterday Dr. Mclver waa .called to backed her away from Farragut's escaping: steam. Several shots bad
; penetrated below the water line and
'their purpose to take part In ,the''greatexposition. up7 a clamor"for a; plurality instead/ ,of 'a their return from the north we hear see a colored woman by the name of van lnlr ships, which already filled the she was filling with water.
channel between the two forts. He ,
;President Plaza 'some time majority j vote.in ;:the .prlm.ri ,'ahIegidg tbin/'hat/ praise' their elegant ser- Leonora Benjamin. The Doctor stales wanted to reach a bend the river, Kennon ran his ship Into the bank

isgu recommended to the. congress' 'that that"t J cost of k second ,rImary Is too ,vice. A trip on one of the staunch Clyde when he returned that he had discovered where be hoped to turn with up sufficient abpve, the Varuna. She bad fought

; a suitable appropriation,6e; *made!;, The
S three cities which will make special'ex- candidates pa) 'llie'cost of the primaries.Ther'tare i have lIev taken. it. Early application Leonora Benjamin lives near Hague and most ships of Farragnt's fleet. By' the war sloops mounting thirty guns. Ken

.hiblts\ are.Cuena, ,' Ibarra and Co oacbi.l' ,: ., 11 678 otiegpriclnct'hi'ib' will/( secure choice accommodations. is between 80 and 90 years of age. Dr. time the Moore bad turned there were non bad picked up his crew at the New '

S State' ;arid the .Cost of an election Isabout :... .. ... .. ; _10 Mrlver declares__ ___ that,__. there_ Ifl,_ .no_ doubt___ ___ two-.. nf ITfll-rairilt'a win.. 'Hlnnrui nlnna At. Orleans wharfs. Out of ninety-three
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write 10 if, m-ironmonger/: jr., AgGco'l -o-- ----r- killed and
-.: -dolrrs-.t each 'precinct This about her being that old, and that he hand-the' Oneida, ten guns, and tbe sixty-one: were thirteen
The Oklahoma buildingat the Pass Agent, Jacksonville, Flo., wounded. This was, without excep-
'dost .U ratedamong candidates, and was surprised to hear that the woman Cayuga, tour guns. Kennon's ship was
r :.WoVld:>. Fair will I", .be('constructed. ,;of 'sol tfwill pro be keen-amonnts; lo >little for and be wilt be'pleased to give you had a mother living.. He became so balled from' the enemy' deck and he tion, the heaviest loss by lighting sustained
and the
will atleuttou full particulars. on any single ship during
_ _ fj1ahoma materials. The building each:candidate: exiept; where: there 'Is![. prompt interested that he-went to the home of quickly replied, ""The United States war.
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'J frame.-cemented plastered steamer
( The
Mississippi
.Of -- Mississippiwas '
the'ixitensive second State primary Then the' coatthe.yhutit )''S S the mother dnd found what he thinks is Four of the five vessels fought by the .
Maud out with the product also a paddle wheel steamer, but
'S the Candidate*:are"wllingto !! -,Band eonc ToNlght. the oldest living being In Florida, and the Governor. Moore belonged to tiie -advance .
Oklahoma cement beds there distinguishing lights on the Confederate
; pay. it js nobody else's business.\ The Luke Worth Bund will, give 'perhaps the United States. The name musts defeated. tbe ruse and division of Farragut's fleet led ,

S 'witrbe used also native atones from ell Senator; i K >:raliatPl"o; -Is{ (on. ';ecJd in In another concert from the bandstand in of the old wonian is Laura Simmons, the Oneida raked the mysterious black by Captain Theodorus Bailey. Captain

_. SS _' portions of the from territory, the? ; ston Wichita? from Ihoun New-: .. speech at ''Pea* c la'89 ''tav riog the bearing the Tty park this evening from "J'.ya. to and she claims that sha is 123 years olage. gunboat with a full broadside at close Bailey's. flagship, the Cayuga, delivered ,
kirk, granite o'clock.Professor. her tire In tile first contact with the
8:30: She is the mother of twent-four range.
S l laby
of this by the Stair, that
tal nil marble from Blaine county and expense Moore at thirty' yards distance. The 4'
K'nufuian has the One of the companion of theMoore.
S arranged children the of whom is ovePa1xty'yeaa rams
youngest
the people, !but it is .hardly prpbable! Oneida raked the with her broadside
4 jed sandstone from Out brie quarries, : following ., the General Qultinan, lay burnIng ram
that this scheme will meet with wuchconsideration' program .* of age. The old 'woman is at a distance of a few feet and at
IS Nothing will be used in the' construction : 1..M rch"Dufire ha Must*'............'......,,.Luur in health and she on the opposite'side of the channel 5
unless it"comes from ,Oklahoma.- The by, 'tha': Legislature At !3 Ov.rtur "Hupmrlor', '.........*,.....Southeru comparatively good and In the glare of her flames tho same time tbe Pensacola clearedout

Oklahoma commissioners are working any rate it should DOt: Uuder,"the: old a Walt., Cnrraon. ". ....1................ ....,flosius. bids fair to live* several years loa ger.- Kruuou sow a Federal gunboat rush- twelve men at the bow gun of the

unison proposed for methodt political panics {(or candidates l) 4 SarvnHd, .8chubflrt..8cbllb rt Gainesville Sun. lug us he described It, "up stream like Moore with shrapnel from howitzers ,
in oa every project i and ... ... .... In her tops The Flnoln which at tbe
( 5 Andante SvhottlHche : Buyer ,
paid' l for county:jmmarjfes![ !! conventions .p. an ocean facer, belching black smoke
F they Fair; all are enthusiastic and believe !1 i A National Sung, "ADlerl ..... ..'..... ........ and firing each Confederate same time closed on the Moore, belonged
and State conventions, and there : : on burning
Oklahoma will\ 'make one of. the best to Farragut's third division.
-.-,- --- vessel us she passed. This proved to
'displays at St. Louis in 1904. reason why the State now ra..o I be theUnited States war Varuna The Varllna, also of Bailey's fleet '

- ..y called: upon to pay party expenses. Miss Wllloughby to Wed. rFRAT.FHNA.AhsC __ .,, ,, sloop .. L_.. outstripped them all In tbe race but
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UL cvn iuuif HDU .vo seamen .nuout
f" 'One of the rarest the-"transportation : der,the old system however""these ejt- The weddingof Miss I Estelle Will- $ iAiiYl stopping to single out antagonists' she the Cnynga, Pensacola and Onelda
; among .
., pauses of conventions grew so heavy onghby.dauxhterjof :Mrs, Hugh L.WillouRhby1 delivered fire from both port and starboard reached the scene of the last battle between
;i' 5' 5 l S carlos .to be exhibited at the' that were practically barred who visitors A statistician has the Moore and Varuna soon after I
( ; ," ol poor-men are regular winter figured It out that guns at once on everything
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i. ':',;' World's Fair in' 1904 is a scrapbook nut pf particpatlon/io .Stat( 'affairs il at West Palm Beach, and mere real. TO per cent of the bead of families afloat bearing Confederate lights. Ken the Varuna was beached. KeD non
'f1!:.,;" aallual'pa88 ', the property of'E.B. Prevost the l. who, die each leave their wires knew that that set Ore to his own ship and was the
.;., I was to purify this conditJ o.tbat primary dents of this city for a number of years year non madly racing shipS taken
southern of the In.ternation.nl last to leave her. lie was onboard
J" general agent wa.lnstltated and as a matter of and children without property equalto would curry destruction up the river
S .. to Mr Clay too >.G.lPisou. of 'Philadelphia
.I. boat from the Onelda and In
)t ,::> Navigation Company of NewS fact'tbe of cost 'and how :jit the'averag beneficial certificate In hut also that tbe !Moore In her' crippled a
question will
oil September take
17, place the captain of that sloop, S. P. Lee. hemet
ij. 'j\J, Orleans. In this remarkable book Mr.Prevost one oC the fraternal orders. This Is state would be no match for the fleet
; shall be'metls a trivial matter. )lr. J.Mi3srrs at noon. 'Rev.: Itenry' Morgan Stone,, an old friend and Comrade. Afterwardbe -
V:''S'' ''' bAS passes to delight The'aitfstic positively criminal when there are so steadily forging up. from below. Tbe
.\ others that will Interest student : secretary of the Democratic rector of the church,,: will officiate Following many orders worthy of their supportThe smoke ot the Varuna's ..broadsides and was taken on board the flagship -
S S ye; Jthe Committee. is the Caynga and encountered Ben
State who practically. the ceremony'Jhere will be soon
a receptiou of the
"character hawt writings. work of collecting the money to burning ships she bad set In
,of through father of the primary law, Is of toe at the Chalot, the summer rem- erect the: "fempla! of fraternity" I. pro- flames, together with the darkness, enabled Butler, commander of the Federal
Some have been used others have not, In the Now Orleans
opinion that, if necessary, there are dence of tLe bride's parents on Ilalli- gressing-1' welL Assurances.of support him to slip sway unseen of the troops expedition.
ir, but each has an Interesting! story behIndS faithful Democrats in every precinct who don Hill.:-St.'AuRustlne Record. come from every quarter foe In tbe wake'of the Varuna. His Seeing Moore Butler pointed to him

'Whether worn and'defaced; or as will .do,duty as (election! officers without! --. A member of'a German lodge in Chicago distinguishing blue light still gleamed and asked of the ship commander" ,
"Where did catch him? Loud
S_ bright. the day they' came ;front the pay. merely for the honor. : Informs the Illinois. Freemasonthat from the masthead and not daring to you

'. S engraver they bear strange; and charac.: Public Meeting. of the W. C.T., U. before many years German lodges lower It the usual way for fear of at. . .

_: tcrlstle 'autographs/ Ever alnce- he entered ,t&e nu\the point that was brought out by A-' Public meeting will, be held in the will erase to exist as such. He argues tradIng attention. be seized a musket

S' (.be wheel wodd,! :years, ago,_ Mr. recent primaries is that the railroads dngrtgatlOii! Church\ nut Wednes that the rising generation does not from a sailor and'shuttered It to atoms
caasot command a majority for their\ take to the German language and as with a well aimed bullet.
this
: :Prevost has been making scrapbookof day' evening under the,nuspicrs of the
4 annual W. K Vanderbulltj; candidates., Mr.., Day. was notoriously? W. C ''r.u. ; a consequence It will be Impossible- In the race up the river the Varuna
: .passes. the sil tdaie" of tbe .railroad corpora. ._ "JV/ fill the stations and with those rained for a time and took no notice: of
places
York
; second vice-president of the New The -first of.th$ruam will bean
: parj her adversary. In fact tbe Moore
S Lions of he the who'caa do the work In the German saucy
though, .course denied .
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L2t, Central -and Hudson River Railroad Impeachment "in the first primary be mltlres...on sclentjfii; : .temperance Instruction language. was completely veiled In tbe smoke and '

signs the annual passes for: j8ffl in biaS in the,, public. schools. Then I the shadows of the trees lining the

'own hand writing.; On the same page was heated by Mr. Brawne, by 91 votes, Mr; C. C, Cbillingworth wl'l discuss bank which she bugged purposely to \ \\ \ \\

.,SSi'S' Is one bearing the autograph signature coming.v!?y close l<) Ii plurality. In the the curfew law, following'whTch anyone The proposition.Knlarhts of of Hoaor.the Knights of baffle pursuit By using oil In the fur '\\v' 5 \if '
in a straightout contest '
of Channcey M. Depew of the. lame; line, second primary, liewas in the audleqce wihtte.llowol\ to say Honor. -on* that can be"understood nace Kennon soon made enough steamto
: railroads
between tbe people and the get within range of tbe Varuna. It
bat just ten years latter.date. The most i what they think of the curfew law. by all men. It does not ask the young (( .
Now was nearing dawn, and the Moore ,
beaten 'Out ot sight.!
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: difficult signature read Is-..that .of ;P. : man to pay for carrying the old or the 5--
raked the Varuna along both her
raise cia mot about = port '
the railroad a
organs, old for w'
.Wolcott.Jackson' general superintendent carrying the young. Each age
: Educational l Service. and starboard gangways until she got
and insist
the cost of asecond primary, ,
carries Itself. It
simply asks each
of tbe The signature close her would
: Pennsylvauia. i so guns not bear. The:
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purality., Their reason Is thli : Instead of tba usnal I* 'services at 'the man exact
UDona | to"pa.tbe coat of carrying '
.; of H. P. Baldwin is another bard one' to Varuna opened on her pursuer and In (( f. -- S'e
" multiplicity of camil- church next Sunday his own protection.: -Knights of Honor -
3! 'decipher. leis* now president lbs .They hope by a Methodist! evening the savage running fight bad the ad. 'r4V
dates to divide the vote and so gain J I. a discussion of the dlftetent department! Reporter. Vantage. Her guns raked the Confederate I a
Long; Island Railway bul.was formerly '
,S. .3 Railroad' plurality for.their candidate. This point of education will be.- badw: Three addresses Arkansas has made a handsome net with horrible csrnage Kennon, "/
& 'book
the Southern .The
with OOlon :wiU'be. hotly contested before''tb., Leg will be delivered :;; One treating gala Jo\ membership during the past finding that his bow gun was too far S.
is filled with of all 1 but all klx months and there Is Indication '- t
; passes l islature''for it Ts no' lo )he supposed th) t upon>> the elementary, or primary and every abaft to admit of depression necessaryto '
44 are',about ..the same alz*., 1 Every line tbafthe good work will continue. strike: the Varuna's bull ran his vessel IV
; tbe'r rtilroads will! give, up without !a.truggle grammar school: departments by Geo.; '
t S changes tb* color'Of.U..llnu.l.J, .. eachr' If anybody desires accurate Informa- close upon her and fired through the I

L. Brsnniug ; another, the high schools I Hon__ a. fat the VAlnA. t\f Ufa. Inaiirnn***,, titllwnflr... ftf. lila aw.. ,... hnar... Tlila. hrtt. "
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I ;: -5'hi !' .' ,>: ." _..-..- ." -...iWbaTou.lTUTakiflg. ,"5 4uotbero1otincoanectiOfl:' w1k, tbe and colleges.. by. P;, Marvin ,'Pope ; an<1 I let him Inquire .of any widow whosehuHband was aimed at the Voruua's engine room,,
%\ tYou' Know : : primacy law that will be brought forward concluding one by, Re... C- Free 1 1Blllck.burn" I held a certificate In the but It landed In a hawse pipe, glancing

*\. "' "v will ben 'ame'ndmeat'.forblddloKr !upon Christian education. Knights of Honor. upward and putting a bole in the

'S _' Whenlyon tkeGoe'i. 'formnWIiplainly Tasteless' I (he -payment ,bf poll < taxea by candi ---' ..... ._._._S amokestack. However it left a clear
Chill Tonic 'because- the S flood T..pf.. port for firing through, and a second<

printed on every bpttle.showing, dates. This abuse has' grown' 01 until It To Cure a'Cold.,In..One. DayS The Good Templars Is a beneficial or>; shot struck tbe Varuna's pivot gun.

'S that It U.slnply Iron and quinine la a has become a burden; even candidates 'Take Laxative ,Bromo Quinine Tab. <
tasteless i form, 'NO"cure; No pay. 30 tsW for "petty offices.-! "If la moral' brio lets All druggists i refund tbo'mnney X Good Templars are organized in nearly -* gun's crew.

: *55' "". .5' -t... .!_- "'G. tNry'aDd;: It Is proposed. t to enact s'.tri.' it falls tot cure E. .W. Grove's algna- every state of the Union and In al Now It came to a fight to 'a" finish.

S ". gent law egluatitt Theaaarei.some of tore la on each box.' 33 cents.. mo f every; country. of the world. The Varuna put her helm to port and

S Streen' S ;.Door _and! 'Wlifdowruroe SS : .5 ,.. ..,S *l the principal point-toward. which tbe I" w.--_ The next: biennial meeting of the in Bred into the Moore's port bow. Tbs

,. .: AVe have just instilled more..than one Democratic Cotuinittea will'direct its attention i ternatlonal supreme lodge will,be belt Mopr turned' -to meet tbe Varuna's

,;S tbousanc1dohlar1wOth of special newS but there are others, more or Pineapple.Slip For Sale. at Stockholm Sweden, the"second. move. took the fire and then, under cover !

machinery, lor the manufacture these less Important, that will also/ receive due For Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne, A boo Tuesday to July',*1902. of the smoke, quickly put the helm _u ----

,. S "goods.Tbey'are made r*gh{ and prices attention J It Is proposed to perfect tha baka Queen and Pernambnco.,. Pineapple oven sharply and starboard crashed Into the '"WB HA v. so ttva Lurr." ,',I
funa near the gangway r
S are tight. Write'us shout Itt -r... law ss far "S possible and measures will Slips address. B, M vFoTTHB, S calving her broadside at the .va'j enough for Butler to hear Kennon re S
I SUPPLY Co.. ya5'$ 6t Weat Palm Beach, Fla. '....?'vWell ....t. '
EAST COAST LOMBKX & V also be taken to guard against Illegal vo ] People' generally are beginning to striking: Tbe Varuna'S 'engines stopped sponded. "Where you were not on band

S n "r"L. .Eau pallie, Fla. ting. ape lal\,!' ,cplonizationi of votes, '_-a---- realise that roadbnlldlng is a public and the Moore backed clear gathered -i nor your army either.". S
r. .r which be: denied at.oae. It determinedthat headway and rammed ,a second Farragut accorded to Captain Bailey '
.:: cannot figure has been practically matter-and that the best Interests of '
:1: Commissioner Brow.n.'.'MaJority. In the recent first primary. Some therewill, be 'a legislature ticket .Amerlcaa agriculture and' the American time Inth same place. Before separating the privilege of demanding tho surrender '"
of the of New Orleans. Bailey
vessels. drifted and city
Tbe State' Democratic Executive Cow. people l.r Dade county could tell some-i placed in the field, .at the general elett- people a* a whole demand. the construction the: crews the, fought with musKets alongside and, pis-, and his first lieutenant proceeded alone i ito

" S mlttea met I in Jacksonville Otj :Thursday thing' ; about the cblonliatlon: ,and they loa in opposition to the" candidates regnlarly : of good roads. tola. Keunen expected to be boarded I the city ball but the mayor ill-.

p S of last.week, to canvass ,the) 'returns of do not live'far from Wet'PaIm Beach. !nominated.th. primary. 'This ana loaded his alngle after gun claimed authority to make terms as "4.,' 'S

the second primary. 'question in politics in'recent years decunlon. has'been the result vof a 'careful "After on. wonianbas convinced a canister to meet the emergency. did also the ,military commandant C ,

It was found that In the race for S:Ren- going to be ss hotly contested' as this :, :canvssii' 'of'lhe'; situation' by labor man that abe would die for him be be- bad no" men to board the'Varuna. General Lovell. On the"following day.

road Commissioner, Hon Jefferson B. primary Jaw. The corporations will use leaders and others, who,arc opposed to gina to look vaguely around ,to see U the commander-of the Varuna ,let Wltb// April SO, Captain Albert Kutzof. the
nullify amendments f tker are soy tuoi-e.-Atcblson Globe* chance by, and the vessels Hartford now a rear admiral, went 4' 4
Browne had received 17339 vo -
'
receive the surrender. The '
to
...,;.,t' .. E. Day. 5314, s total of,92,883 yotes.. d., for,they;: ,reallz! .;lts.repealU! not possible I I.d... bt'ik8 be held l la s' few days and a 'Kernel, All la"".w., rune At parting placed flre with-. 8 tbe inch Moore rsbslla the in mayor ashore still refused 'to act and on the
was "unanimously declared tbe Sad It behooves every pod citizen to be' ticket decided upon! As1 r..as.ca..be Farra'gut hauled down the stars
Browne lull of tba.Confederate, setting her on 20th
a.,. .. Records of the United Mine,Workers
I'. nominee 'of \ihe part,. ontbeilert. Pressure of.n kinds will\ learnedtbmI1hl be no' attempt' M pat show that 98 vent of the miners In Ore* After a sharp fight with the trace and bars and ran' up tile stars and

z I -: .a.t be brought to bear oil' tb*' members of ,out a 'full l county ;picket this' ra.r.-St the>,anthracite per. region are now' la tbe ram Stonewall Jackson which she sent stripes without the formality of a sur &' '

iS} 5 :!'Wa1kov.ShOA0I! Baoa.: .* the l Incoming Legislature. A. V. P. !: D*II.tlo. Ih ort. ranks of the organization shore in flames, the Varuna wis reD del'. UEOROB L. KILMER.

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t est Gra"e. Wind I. .< $..,. tAre "No*?tb'et1n '"People :.pi, ,/ : PA ADFLQfUDA R$444 M. ,:.

"4l'll So much lace la seen thls'.e son that -. women to take ,part. In. government -, ro r'SMa, 1
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.' In the future)?, ti4e1'are,, if, '' ;.. .' "I _
.pile may call it the year of Iqce 1If Yea Who'are j come : "
r : .thinking, of uHditj a wlw in !
,aligns anything beginning : EAU CO ( LWAY""ii"
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tend of grace Scarcely anything'In' mean / .the tWeet1'" Im Jlaach'eljould W1MTB to M=* .,
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tsl' > made now without It some here. even of "the 'tfre sent :jear-Suarkod2"? in .two.: 4


itrj; rp the U h'lpHacklni most'' : unpromising and! burlap.material When, such at quite recognizes, different fully! places.rnrowab's''Ltght a movement> ,that and I ':I. M.-M'e: R0 LOCAL I1ME"'CARD No. "41. In EfTsct Juna Br 1002.


I I" teal loco la not added, the flno and OP- pow.f to 'go'ver1t4'AIn'tine Instance the Architect and 'Builder dlOU'UlIOllhitUD news' UP.Ne .

.:r r! ', nato castle braids come in, and they right ceded to to,..govern the girls' themselves 111 a a-Irls..chool. was con-v; lithe f/oi1 flan anti''' Speel datiobe{ C'pntra.ate, ", for ,any ilic 'I'uldlnloC' : 6B N. III r"MAIN r LING',. wr W tt pa f
have
L': almost as much lightness as lace of elher hotel' or' pi'lvate' liouSe' >{!;iven pcrt.onil: Mttre I .t i aupt r.iteton. Dally: Dally patty "LdtlY
!tlJel'' Lace la'' put on waist, on \other ttiepequa right; woman, ''''Addr j ..
>Bp-Wc; Pltt'w.t'IIcb| .
n : alsl'1"i-a, on .klrta and flounce., and with mennto make and administer> law / t KUfclda.lasiirys p]I t; t
1" ( tUllt'f lcogftlz d and put into BJ o.. ;,t".vi"""' 1XflX)0tlft). r l g .................... ".I1."f.Jlvl .,........."....:.. :
whole dresses are. made of It, and was operation ,' !, .. Sp.Kir ..... ...... .. a titlu .,...'1.4u.... f R I
>1 vy', \\\1/\/: these are trimmed with still moreS : i. "' hf ..........."eLY .. .. ... ....t. ,I.u", .,......t.'., t t fi.lfJ :
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S i I' 1'\:1\ : that 4 to >ay, the drew ia made of allover At Vassar college baa r eilstod i _for .. ....,, .......,...,....er. .. .......\\.1"1 ,.... It
.It 1" aet, and the, trimming is added In, yean/ a students' ,association! for the ;' .N W ..................... ..!::1itl) : nr..I'i.. .... ,......,........... : .
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ffiJi: : i.I' t P) ao D1(1OY( ways that U would be, a difficult !., mutual benefit and pieasuro't/ it Its members Parts and /YarlshesjTUe.grent % 'f op. ,II .....1.-...i.opr..6.' .. l. 0114. ...,....... ...."..., I"I"r.' '-
j t.J I task to mention one-hundredth of but tha organlzatlott'; ;,ad until rt>.j'' ... pp ...........,.....".... Y "e. ........../dd..i4' >:
........ ........&....seer1 t O..nlt. .......... ,
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If'(': \ !\ the cumber But -meat often black IB;r ,cently little or no 'voice)d ipso discipline 8 I' p.....!'.....a.......... ,"' .... flm,., ..t...n............'.-...11I. \ : 1
i I I(, if added to whltV and white Is set on:. or, government of the tastltatfon.; : 'That ; success; ,'we bavc.. bad tn pelting lliese goods) !snc) theRrflwicglelnantJLne '. ..... ........4..Qalj Bill .........,...........- iI> .......... irllJ
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,, \,\ black.' Lease ln point la shown in the was conducted' old! style.onthe one ..warranted our', placing an order for A .. :; ; ; ..;....,;......Euena. ...a................ I' '! j !
;, Ulustwtlon"' .where, the dress la made ,catloaU, of .!lp,000pounU8.-'trfrari-ive" These gvoila, .1 ..::::: 011' ..........v............:T-Tloot ledi'i' -.... .....r..,. .....,'. pp.?r':1'r:: y,1"'Ii A
,..Boon are :;;j .;.4... .........*.......,. ,*..*;,..EI..1II. .........pi....'....... Qppp ..IPUFFBT .*-,*
,) '> "1'':' of bla k chlffoni, which should come the BEST on'the, ,marketand the fBlK(' ,f: l US-UIUUT.. We '" .. .Mt { ................ .., I! .
IJ' under the head of lace and there are > ,.. w's.: tliP .:.. ........ ....1..11I1. b"elat ....:. ....:. ?..... } .ill..fi'
., !; will be pltiaeed/ to seinl. Jfotv' : color curds and quote :jnti I |>roee.! ; ; ...u..:: g ,. ,.... .......:,... ,,oj! ....... ....?.. .... o6a't' I'. ,
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i East Coast LUn bar .aid SipDly Company 8 ....... ..i..itftUan: .,.........r. ..a.........': i..10285: t.. .
...... ...................... .. .JUl..n.l, lapup> .
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IElD'TIIB"O :. ..;... ,\.,''r.w.u..Rnpe&. i "ales...:......:........... II t, ..,.... If
\; Yards TitusvilleEau Oallie Fort Pierce .:..a.. .....,......... .We.t.Juplhe. .....,.".........w..a.u "
/ .... tip......A.....4.....t.t.Ws.bPalmB.seh.................* 9tea....... gp
T General Office Eau'ilallie, Fla. ? .... ......... .ioyiiton\ ......>..,...,.....;.....v... .'....... ,
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taI M A TO 'ALL INTERESTED : I ,SCUEDt LES.! .. '
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No. 87 N..66 Na 8 Np.41aiy. No.4 7 ,p.ALATICA yd'4' $ No.4H No. BO'Dally.'' No6 86bally
l' a Ii sty. Pall/ bully Dolly BJtaN013.i Yulr MLIr, Jtallyrei
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7I I0 10/e, .a a Ar lt.Pala/ka l< Lr e 00 a 65. 0 oa p

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: IS NOW open to 'the patronage of thr public-',of West A Batni'y**Sun, .fU.tl l nt.n Dally N Dally*. IT He.| IBa.lr 88 AIIDi Daily- it rti Ne.fi k Ne.aYuw 24
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....., Palm Beaolt and 'vicinity.Electric only, +nl ,

;,. .. I Construction of All Kinds., I "flfW 06 0 45 P p ,mnr. 88aID "aJaoksoelle v eta : 54O1O tl aDO i. p p
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I 'f.".vis :. !>VElU'iIJlG' OABD,AT,WUIUi:. Annunciator, Vail Mol'$ Iturfrlur null. Pirn Alarm System .. 8p;ilally. > I bJiy /1 p 1 P 11 ;_Af.A .sane aypor Boll) 'lr 8 t J a_ 66 In p n p, ee p i

hand ft faculty whose rule,was despotIc : ALL WORK <*VKANTKKI.
t i Mala Flyer Ko .t Sleeping/ Oar'operaUd, on' Walnf i and M. fl
or otherwise, aa happened, but in all r l
k Ollloes In JelFerson Block, 10-18-tf !
;: I cases one from .which there was no appeal
N..i M a 't No. a Ne. tDally 08 ,NOAp'TTr' Nes !''No. 4
,' while the students.were automo,; *f I'. O. '394. Went Palm Heauh, Fla. DaO) 'WSS8 i ll/ Dally H8AN0R D.W gailyn.

tons whose.only rcle was to obey" .., ,,.. r a sans,.. r I II I '
t. u.ri a p p r.r. m p
Now twit old tlmy regime ,has been r ....,...r"" ..'r. .? --w-'X'. .. ''r" t 1B. Lv. Mims. r 07 p P II Sts Lv.tl. M'l demr? U p ./0 pS
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changed. The faculty granted to the -I. ,7O'.J ,, / 8e C Lv..r:. 011..1.. 1 11 a p tt 80 a LY..Arsug CliT..LvAr.Oranca p t p4a6
1 \ A .u .sw.4M. it a0. p It 44 a QHf Jol.tT p Us p
students' association a charter of, Its' 080. A '.....,8nT> orA.LvUtO. ..

I"I" own and that charter .like the, constitution f Thes.Tlme'rablrI.hawth.timuatwh1rhtrains. Day tw,expected arrtr and ii t F
( r '; -of the United States, conferredon 'BOND & 'BOND COMPANY from the aoToral stenoa.ybul to arrtral *r departur* at the tlmee/ etatoit ie not iraaran b
tat r/..', r tltlt y.ollnllVomen certain rights that : nor doea the ruponplbl fur Coy delay or aojn emaaeueaea ail ln(.pier.

BLACK CHIFFON DINNER OOWtt. nofKevf! the faculty can t take away.nOr (INCOItPOKA'l I Kit.)
I Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at' MIamR.
Insertion llI'ht. alas- ,Involve duties,; and
rows of white In neo lines i '
above the hem. This skirt ia cut quite among these are the maintenance of MANUFACTURERS OF BETWEEN MIAMA, KHTBOtrTHBOtTND. WEBT Milt HAVJ NA.,_
order in 'the college buildings and
r. straight and gathered ab the waist '
grounds quiet during study: hours and NOBTRBOUND.
1 The two rows of white lacer nround the "[ '
bottom< ate but part of.the general the establishing of all regulations. for I LUMBER LATH AND 'SHiCLESj l I/ .- ; I }} 15irvla LTI HaTapa.Tnee Thurs.... ..., ..
open air exercise The powers that be : AK- MLm.MTue.Th.d.,11 Ar. w MTu Timri.... ....,. $ p.
scbemeefor the belt ia the same and .. LT .. CO
1 the deep flounce to the sleeves is also still claim the right to "boss" the Kyuinasluui Wpat w.fl.- Thura..r.. !....k:!<::".'.i..-:: in* Ar.MIamaWTutrio...au... vw. ooa P

trli ir-ied with It These insertion laces I it seems. On, the' supposition Flooring, Siding and Ceiling Q. Brick Lime and Cement.: '- For*oj>y of.tooal Tim Card adilreae any Agent.JD. '
i that girls do not know..jvhut is good
f 1 are o planned that they can beset for.,them the right to enforce attendance -IN1 iTC1COFFICEE :$BAEHVER tats (ten.Pus. Agent. ST Au(iu8'rINJi1n.A.:
on orges: by gathering the upper edge r
on- chapel' service la reserved to I
and sewing It as though it were a bor'
> ,. AND YARDS 3.1.1902
the faculty. Perhaps they thought
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". der. Filet lace Is quite a new one tor' ..
;' this Hnd of trimming, and it has provo ,i there could net be power enough in a ON F., E;; C. RY.,

1 ed real I wry Lice effective.are quite The as popular Irish and as other they i students'girls go to governing chapel. The board faculty to make arid col.the Between Poincetla St. and Lake .W rth.rFWe3kly' !t

I lego trustees still hold checkrein'
a
,t .
1mn been but the very heavy varle-
it) the ladles, .but it .Is a longer tII
a IFI ( tl< 8 re in less demand as most of the young rOB.- .
looser than ever before it wa's. Vas-
one
4 Km i and other garments are of lighter ,RlehtnoimdCinoinnmtt' 'W.i.hingtosa Baif mo... .-
er 'viterlal, and to look its best the ;oar distinctly recognizing that even .a Phl1.d.iphi. BostonChat a '.
,I, girl is a responsible creature and.tbotIn Atlanta ;
thl' luce requires cloth velvet and A.hw/fl.. 1M
the main she can I behave herself titnoo e* CoulrlII
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r .. oft rich material.A' '
without being watched. This la At. :dl.ouia KanB "
q t. innovation In sleeves is to have .a very > Cltr7Pittaburtf
>>...oU' *"
tv' : great gain for a glrla' school. C1..land
the eeve proper end at or Just below
}' r I, In the second Instance it Is not women 'Chioa eta. ale
o.
the in and flounce
joiv a puff a deep .. ,. A
,l; I left pen on the forearm or cut so that .or young ladles who take part In .u

w 3 t. the l 'ck portion Is at least three times ., government but Just public school {

longer than the front. Of course this girls. In a Pennsylvania high school atVVIIllamsport. r NF the :.

? t relnte-t/ only to the regular dress.leeves the principal. Professor I I
W. W. Kelchner. to bis. credit be it I
r 'and the
not to separate waists 01'1f. _
P.' .. r shirt waists.Tl'fj SDoken.. devised the educational renub-- I h
: lie wherein themselves and SOUTnfqN AIBLtAIUAjROUTE.BI'TNL
pupils girls
s'xa. shirt waist as a whole. f Is too :
fix', as well aa boys are members of the leg. '
i grcin a subject for complete discussion I .t ,
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:' but.a few words may be said report islature.. Despotism in school govern ,I O ,
meat BS elsewhere teems to be pass .. '...
iii' lilt a few of the newest Ideas. CrLlBBATID TRAlAISl y
\ The waists differ very little from those ing. .. ...

F.i. "., of I Kit summer. Whatever difference The Wllllam port scheme embracesa THe' South rri's' Palm .I1Lult d e'
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constitution and under which
t tliff% la consists more in the arrange.' bylaws S
t.\\: mom of the plaits and the front fold the case legislature works. It consists r 'The "Washington,. ,Rlchin""nd and r 'S

: of- two bodies of whichthe "' : -
than nythliig. The newest Is to 'Floi
very da Lflti1ted'
tr board of education may be called, thesenate .arm
:}, bnv i he fold laid at the shoulder just

P abo the arm size and this goes dlag- ; the other. Including pupils and The New York, tmd FloriduZxprebt: %
two members of the faculty la the
1, olla to the center of the front at the '
s.o bnt jiu. This (leaves the whole front house of presentatlves.. The pream TQ IWE CAST. 0 S

iJr' look. ig somewhat like a shield- bosomed ble to the constitution says among other ,
The '
"' 'CHicatfo and'Florld ;;
;. hlrt. In many Instances these hinge: bSpecitkl ;

$':, frotitb are then left perfectly smooth: Realizing that we can repay the The Florida '
city and i the. state best by becoming :Limited: '
J but iu others there are many fine tucks Sailings Between '
,i along the front fold. All waists areA 'good citizen' and believing .that self m rwjr ttonrHANo"wcsT.\, '

; much Rovernment'in, school, affords the best J : OKSflNVILLE l YORK ( H
pouched quite 'NEW
:{ as as they everhove for broader citizenship ;:; ; 0- ati
training a we
'!I .,. been but the pouching la all
'. broth, bt quite close to the middle in hereby Institute a representative Calling at Charleston B.C..bolh ways I rAahllesalt Sl ttd! riCaiUne jackjolrilU te'Ciizclik( .tl"i;.
front. This leaves sides' ernment under the following condi- THE FINEST' STEAMSHIPS1' \laJi Lad .-
r the back and ". IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE. TIa. of the Sk,. .
'
,. trim and neat with no bagginess. tions. etc. S .Xir(3nghtW-a2'] ae ..TUTh $oathern"Railway'a&J, rat.cs'( '...

z. -.. There are no yokes to the shirt waist. This preparation for broad citizenship THE 'CLYDE. ) NEW -ENGLAND) ANDSOLT1IE11N( LINES couaectl.lt.wlt1a.,, Plaatayst.ny 'and Ffirld EaICCout'RUwa,.etrainkullnAs
includes
'". of whatever kind fpr thin and girls aa well aaboys, aiMpiio' Car and Hotel '
Dlnl-<
season ; Car ,
R mark you. Further. the admirable Direct Bervlco Between eQ ail tliroiifi a' ..,,
the most of them have no plaits or .
a p t tucks at the back. The back 1 III fin"f' document governing the deliberationsof JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE :A Ik' tar TlokiU'vU'tirtlurB. Ral/wI ..
4 this enlightened legislature, more : / )'. ,Cerr.sp.sluse B.Ilelted. tH.
AND AI.L EASTERN
(shed with a couple df plaits taken in POINTS 'r .. .
at the bottom enlightened/ titan the congress of tll /
Charleston;
i only. falling .fct both "" )Os.
United States' provide. that the board

j., waists Perhaps are I tucked should at not the say back that for no of governors shall conalat Of two memo 1IIiMI.W! : .IIJK.LY..IALINGS.!: F J,CAm Fla.'Fia*. AS4lei' .,B.i. I,; 'jul;: vrii..: FI.. :

.,, hereof the faculty and "a boy and girl! Southbounil From Lewis"Wharf Boston 8:11.:
: many are, but the tuck. reach to the HARDVICK, 'Vi TAYLOE .*.
at,;, shoulder and do not finish with a yoke: from each clans." Following along U> Northbound From foot of Catherine Street' Jacksonville __
Ciarrat
Some of the shield shaped fronts are line of perfect sex equality a lady and ---- FaMnft* ..At-I. itli'f, Gen'f P.'tAf,, D

I, rldli"ioiis! but others are pretty-for gentleman from.the faaulty.were chosen : ".a i W it.... D. C: '" A'f, t st@w;; '
ST.
CLiYDE JOHNS
RIVER
to. represent that body on the governing LINE "
den ler" persons, but let the stout one. 1.1. aV M,' I..
beware of them. It would appear that board. A boy ia president anda Between --Jacksonville ,and Sanford. ." ,.. ,,""..t.i'f' ,",.... ......"..1 r-
girl Is'tecretary and treasurer. One .. .
t ; the object of them la. to produce the '' .
notable feature of this. of Stopping at'Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Bareaford. OeLand
it'M,' appoarance\ of width over the shoulders. system gov "' ( ) Blue Spring and
Some 'of these shield shape. ernment ia that not even the board of : Intermediate Lauding+ on the St.'Joha Bhu.Steamer j1
.. ..
have bretelles down the back to the education itself can pans regulationsfor .
: ..
j4 belt the government of the'' pupils unless T'lOUISE"ii t 1URTONGravel: .E c O\O"lEHIO.ConcreteAsphalt
eV
[ see but few waists buttoning In the their own....ooord concur In the 'I. ii, 11 noc K .

S ; l back, while mo.ny of those fastening measure They themselves help make ATPOJMTKp;; TO SAIL A3 FO..OWIIILv.

In front have 'such arrange'ht I the rule i and help pass.,sentence on Foot Catherine St.. Jacksonville' and .
pretty Tueeduya Saturday at 5 p.m.: I
break ,Instead
T those who them. being 'Rodflng
mentu of the buttons that they are real. Leave 'Sanfor.V j ; Paving
Alon I < and
ly ornamental.1 besides being useful reported to a teacher, disorderly or r yg :Thursdays ,at, 5 p.m. "
' Improper conduct is to the t .
reported
' The taffeta waists are- laid In tucks General Paisenger'andTicketkat' Office. '204 W. Bay St JacksonvilleA. (
Comfany'after
i, p sooie' both back and front. The tucks board composed mostly pupils them- -.- -,, This. I 'doIng' considerable--work\ 'for

S are In clusters of small ones with one* elves, and they pas sentence. This O.11AO R'tTRu.a'nPM..Lvt. F.MIItUNMONUEfJrA.CtO.n'IPa..Agl. : McDonald,. \Gulr6\ Mr; lla ..er'agsa&'ror'Joiepi"( ) 1'r' .
'er.onJ"Mayor )
excellent will KiHtnw' St.. Now Yot
arrangement prevent k. 1V..III..y 8t.JackMon.., n..
large one between. Sometimes this' schoolgirls frpm acquiring the.name of T1IO+. 0. JIAI.KS Luct.II'.IAet., .C. P. LOVELU Au't Kin.. SUD .. Whllldin, Dr. Mun.ronv W. P. Ilatcliett
' I't' wide one is overlnld'with lace or Qua Knot ll"iuu at.,JitckMinTllie." Foot Hogan. 8I J...ikaiin,Hle. Anthony

fancy braid'and ribbon silk or. velvet plea and tattlers, which some. of, them" JullN{ t'ool i..HIIKHU IIa1WA Ht-Jar.a.onirlllH.RD. luni-rlnlen.lone' : Brothers and others will Ka away' for the, prevent! pat'will be '

:k' run in between the hole,. occasionally get. v TUKU: (.. EflKR WH. f. OLYOK: CO.: back to complete 'eon tract* f for work-.here,:and.Miami

,, rt' Black velvet ribbon la still largely JCLB.uroa WnsKELa&r.: !fctoaoral-Manafrert Vhaaoburiiiigtijliuilillng. !!, 10 Agate Htrwt. t|.po.lI1. <1 Battery. Park Gflnorak. ,New A fork.ante.. ,, AUGUST. :A l1Y.ODe'desiringiwo'rk;" of this kind would dtr'weU: Ia .
peed to trim such waists and also flue '
embn.ldery., Ig short one can have A. W.B...' r_.. Arttmt. to wrtte"BURTON ;E' COE (fOMPANr, eIther'' ,tickeoi HUe .

1i! r anything almost In the way of a shirt Miss Cora Kimball of Dubuque la a or Tamp Our prices are reasonable'and all
.. ;waist, and it will :be' all right.IICNBJBTTB ROVBBSJLV.. : poster.highly successful fence artist and bill ;SUBSCRIBE FOB THE BUN guaranteed. our .work IB .5

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: THE STATE LAW. .. t1 Your Own Landlord I
I
W IDRBAIIo i Tbe.t tIT I litnro. ut 10OIT untWHO. .. T ,
\ der the Clla.Ututlo| ol the State 'e1y' 0.o. OBu.i.r I ( dwiJn''r'rt., .' "' oito.'u.'cy'uWuiA : ... If.CII Pe JSiouth: with only 3 per cent..11' .

of Interest Concerning Florida: did peas i ipropnNlnif Joint nMnlutlQu ,' : $1 : \ ; Interest per annum, will buy a
Great State Of Florida amends. ,, to t/is C"a.tltutlodot OIlILLI} Yp i'rll ;qpUIUE[ '
% ; ,
: I the tttafa ul Plot, and the same soar,) == $1,000 Home or Loanj
In General. nllrnoed to by a vote> tbree-nrths of all thomember : ; AND COUHStUOttS,
tta elected Vj ncu House; that thtf 'West Palm Flu.TT ? -j -A-VPj OIMOlNAIf>f PLAN S
.
Beach -
: TOM. On saUl Joins m/l ilutlons were The' Standard and 'Trust Co.
l ;; of the towns and cities In respcctlvin eat.a'ef, JW'>81> Guaranty
upon their uruulii, wltb the y ,aq
JPlorlda have\ suffered from and naya tbereon.Jft' d they did determine': Capital Stock, 10OOOO.OO Reserve and Coupon Fund, S2BOOO.OO

I waves during+ : the past week. and direct that the***1 Joint Reeoliittons<< be P.. BitANJIINO
;
and Jacksonville ''the asbmitted'totbe' ,.//W rs ot tbe State at theauernl A WBT. F. ARMSrrROrq: Jr.,, Hibiscus Hotel: Palm Beaoht

: \\ to de Election l liiffiuhvembsr, 1603.: Attorney and CounaeHor-&t-: Agent" fop Dade and Brevard Counties, will ...,111011 all''about It/ Write him
ranged from 98
93 Now therefore l MJ'. Clay Crawford. c_ .
,
shade. Htute of Florida (OfUofl oyer! hank) r- "
tar, ot Stato ittgfo dp '.
: ? expects to do a huge cot- hereby; give. notU'i tat a, 2-161902 WEST PALM BEACH,' FtA' Y "YTY.TT.'Y YY tYYY yyyyyyy.

this coming-reason and .an Goner Electio ";
? ; has been made of'something w ; 'v MISTCAty Dade County State Bank.;
; will bu staid lu Ki'h ;ooustj Florida. onTiiMiiliijr ; ,, : +
.
hundred and fifty thousand next mi&ewlluti the Steb t> Monday la -re
<< year the number of bales November. A. O.. IM) >:3, the Httld Turaday; ATTORNEY-AT' ,LAW West Palm Beach, Florida .
NOTARY PUBLIC. i
this port was 250,000. bobtg the .
Fourth Day of NoTemboJ-, J win practice la County State sad ""ed.ralC011l't8 '
formerly division passen .

; of the ;plant System at Jack. Joint For the Itesolutlons.ratification proposing or rejection! amendment of the bald: to LAND CASKS: A SPBCIALT. \,. Authorized Capital, $1.qb ,000 .: ;,

and latterly traveling: passen- the Constitution of the.. $tate ol Florida, via, Office In''Taopioifc Bon Block. J
: of the Coast Line-at Mont West, Palm-Beach. Dada County Florl.laH. Paid Up Capital, $16OOO : ;
'' AIITICLE: XIX. I
has resigned from the 'service ',, l ,.f .1 ,
That the following( amendment; to- the 13. BAUNDIItSJr. '"
,,
lo. :{'e\'lf'Vbrk' Ills place at OP"ICKR.: BIHECTORai. '
Constitution ot theStattrof Florida: be, -and tAN .: "
ba.llol been filled. Mr i the saiiie arei hereby. treed to, Mud shall bs ATTORNEY A TLA] W.: K. N. Dlmlck. President Dlraick Oeo. w'. LalnhsrtR "
I I Oeo. W. Potter.; Vice.President B. Potter B. M. BrelsfordOeo
known atnonfc( railroad tngn submitted to the electors! of tho "taw-at the Goo L. Brsnulng. Cs.hlet W.,potter W.H. 8i.>lt>erUco. ,r 'f
; wishes wjll Ueaeral Election In looa: for ratification or Corner Olive and Datura Btrects, W. M. Bpltier A.Hl.wnt Cashier L, Brannlug '.
; and their best j ,
rejection) > '6-l. WBfli: PALM BBACK, FLORIDA OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TQ 2 P. M.. v
( : i Section II. of Artfclft! V of *h' Constitution

Record says: Another ts hereby amended so as to lead as followau\ f .. '1 A general banking bunt net.ttantMcted OollectUtnv promptly remitted on day "r '
.!li being talked of. I The.. Supreme .Court pball.
Intoprlando ustlren. ,except; ashoroinafWrpfovlded. whoshall .. .1 J ,
Indian River and Key R. -ATIORNEYW.IAW: "S.AFETY: :SO :E'J$ Qa.: RB7Z'TII : 1
be; elected by the qualified/ electors of '
5 last candidate for au 'open the Htute'a The tint. 'alld'"pletod of voting ( 't"andNOTARY''PUBLIC: fAA'AAkAA1AAAAAAAiAAAAAAA.aA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1tG' :

: this_'city. It is the intention for' 'den.bor..'lOf the Legislature, and"halt i Agent of the if. S.'tad'ellty ''Guaranty Co.,el. II .. Y }
road Hold their office "fni.th term of His. ;years, exept < ili.ui Baltimore.Md., <'r ". .. I. .. ,
the
to run from '
I i : those 'flrst elected, one of whom, to beleelstnated f Office at corner of Clematis Avenue and NarelHHiia CN
Cape Canaverel on the I Street over. Htrobm'a xtore, .
: r at ( by; lot In such' 'manner1 s"they West Palm Beech.AMJ'Ntf'irAtlDaLEWS. -.go. W. BELL.y
t through Orlando the ce inay determine; shall hold *ls --oince' of two : .

j f\ dyer ''o1 to some other year) another to on designated. Unlike, man [ TATTORNEYAritA ,

.West Coast. ner for four yours., aad ,the third for six.' 1 Contractor and Builder

yearn, so, that one shall be elected' evrry'two; ; W; "'
attemptle I being'.mntty: for th fears utter the first eleetlou.Tlrl '
,y'' )Q .of an electric Railway be-; Chief-Justice' ahaH be\ designated by lot i NOTARY ,PUBLIC, .
: by ealtF..Ju.tlootand, shall I be; such during I Il. WEST PALM I BEACH, FLORIDA. ,+I
a and tbe'St, Johnf river Prosecuting Attorney of.Brevard,Co. r
'
\ dd Mr. E.: Bond fr now his term of office. The. Href election for members : The erection and repairing of Buildings of all descriptions given"' personal
and If., of the legislature after the.. ratification i FT FiancttANi TITUSVILL*. FLA; f

in the Interest of the pro- of this. Constitution, and their 1'.r'n'or' office w. a.-w .... V.8-lyr attention.ON APPLICATION.PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS All work well and FURNISHED

: '* \mait 't'of" a 'frnhchlie! was shall b"Itoil/: the 'first Tuesday after"tbe 1" done. References given, If' desired.promptly "

{ (; oat-clty council dpnda3ulte'actlon'was'taketi first Monday iW January after their election; i iI (3PQ ,elf. ILOBBINS, .. \
i ? 'd I Upon\ ratification of tbhr1 .u"p.h.-r to :I ; Completely Equlp \gd for First-Class Plumbing u ue.e.t
domhtiultton.lhe'tovernor
; Fhe by and with Attorney and CounseloratLaw.Will Residence: on Evcfpla!: Street near Lake Front. P.. O. Bolt
> I 361.
be of advantage .. .
t .would great th4 consent of the Saoate.halt. .ppolnfth.\ ...

and Pefcand and the central Wore J ustlce! of ttMr'SnprenwOourt.! and each practice la ptate and Pedera" Courts, :
Volasia' of Whoop shair: baysthe. same'.powere- and i : '
countyDaytooa- ball receive the same' .compensation.. each -TITUSVILLE'FLA. '
',' trfthe othnr' Justice* p,'tJut: BeprbheCourt. iat-r +. JME'5'LLE, [

; ; the gro eryman. has itch of the Justices appointed shall bold .
;
aeI6 a very strange 'photo t>0tc. until tbe Bre< Tuesday after the'first MEDICAL. .. H I.AND.. ,SURGICAL, .-_ BUILDER __-.....J
Mondnyt ot Jun4 la. the year 1UO5, and may ,
:! be showed ns a few days further eold otflca.. until hla", sucessor shall be 'L D. KATON.'M. D. r PLANS' AND. SPECIFICATIONS FDKNISHKD ON APPLICATION ..I!;
'I
is .' picture"; the. interior of elected. and qnallfled. ,1f, It Than .be soprovlilKl I WEST PALM :BEACH, .. FLORIDA :'
; ; wash iboller\ that was sit- by; law,. For the year 1BOO and HOUab'PATHIST: 1-8.t! J
> electric ,or 1 tb .,.suiiwMiient tar. 'the'j"'itlHlotlire WENT PALM BEACH. FLOlUDA. ..
\ in the yard during an nay provide. bylaw for t6.tJIt4c\iu q of 'suthlumber Reeldence bPp.se. to Methodist ifuirch.: { OfnnAilematlx --- 1
during-1'; sf' wfvid', flash of of Justices of Supreme Court; a.It Avon_,.neat. to Maeonlu Temple T 'f t

? : a. :P .O.lOgn\ph''alt\ : seems to nl07'd..wrlDlu", and p..rlhltb..lr. r.rmi OUIce bours H Sundays to O ajn.,3:3 to(4 o 4 and T to 8*p.m WE LEAD oNPRESCRIPTIONS I I l

: on the'lnterior and. this of otfl.e, not to exceed Six yeas; Provided p.m. H'j'
Rustle
Special Attention Olsen tn'Diseaee. of
< camera. :That the neiobor of justice* of the 8upromepours. Women and, Children
)Jho ographed,by a
.. ,. I C
: : holdlnK' 'II. nt.tha .til\hl time shall '
: the' loot morolike'. J .
In pot a leiuKtban-threei add shall not be the l
Money t
plneapP ,'plantatlon Infruit kreatsr than; six, and.'provided that no rr o. IIOQD. M., P..

else1, nd'Miii' Whetstone ruatleer of the Supreme Court 'e...- by such ..* PHYSICUH'AHO BURGEON 4 Dr. MILLER, the Dentist, ..1.1I.
an act o('the Legislature deprived of his "
reflected Why'?
.,..... .tope* photo. olllce during the term Jot .which h* was Olflce over'Strohm's"> '.fore. WEST PALM is making an extraordinary of. t ;
nature'selec
of
by some elected.BeetlAli. BEACH Residence Polnela.na Because I Is I'I!
beer Royal; -It THK important "
fer all with
to
people bad teeth.
r : of a troplctlVsoette on 4 ef Article V of tbe pmntltutlon HoteL apart of our'.business, and at all f i
PALM BEACH. liiII
:a The maJorityoftheyastlcet : of tbe"Huprem. button BEFORE ;
.
,.# .Y'h: Court shair. oonstltut a''?'iuorum. fur. the "'\ POl'TKU.. D., HAVING : ,
1' .r ) ,. wicked city Tampa transaction, ... ot all bu..III....... But'when there 1b. Because-Wo fill 'so 'many of YOUR ;
them that stock Is fresh 1
.r : \) sensatlna'late Saturday, shall be al*f nations of the Supreme Court the our always "
\ W WORK
8-::888 <;S8TPALM: ; BEACH. FI.A. and! besides
'):':- ; ; /eaiaaed great clte\neAt? courts; mav hear and determine eases and, pure and, complete being comprehensive DONE.
xerclne ant of Its powers when" sitting !
-- r'i \.McParlaae'.tdpp.tf collector either In,aliody: or In two '' .
; and Bomford-a lead. such 'regmlatlumsas'may'b' prddcHbed' bytaw1 pounding and, re-checking from West Palm Beach, Florida Y4;
,,'" had a quarrel which Me- or. 'lIy' the"'rules of said ronrli. hot lo4onMstent AND BURGEON. the doctor's original order insures "
,. -' then tvlth. The'concurrence; of a absolute acuracy."rVBecause "
.
: ; shot 'in the abdomen. TelegTanis delivered. all hours ol the day .
aiajiirlly oflthe: members of the Court sitting; ,
I rr.\\. : solicited McFarlane's aid in la any; cause wherein tllll Court shall alt aa and ol.btJ:: -Our charges are al'ways r!
l la->9-I<)(> FORT PIBBCB. Fla. I right and reasonable being
In the :
..p., contract for plumbing one body Ioh"l1.be 'necessary to a decision" ; ft.
and 'when member of division' of the based simply on exact value of.ingredients .
11 w" ; ; >> buttdUg; that McFarlane an/ a and time consumed. ",
; ,.
< Court shall dissent 'rom the ntalnrlty; 6f sucbdlvluloii'on DENTALI
accuSetrBoniford of work "
; Tbey are never "guessed at. All
\ any questlonailcb qll..Uull..h.Ube I )
: his Itnnrau'c4 business. Mc treated alike. ROGERS'Silver
{ are '
)
submitted; to the Court; sitting In a. body. MACY '
Bomford several blows, The number 'of tefnw'6f' tilt Supreme 'ourt > II. r

tc- drew a pistol and, shot and the 'thue bf.holding the same shall be b. DCHflST The Physicians Trust Us Ware ,j"
regulated by law.. All terms shall be held at "
dressed Mc-
1 t ,, Physicians the ot the State You can Safely I, Do the Same
Capital ;
: wounds, and he left the place Office over Dade County State :Bank. Tea Spoons

i- !\ <
) : ., ted.ft1a. bullet, bui do not That the1 followln' amendnienV, to' the WEST PALMFBEAClJ) ) ,it ,FLORIDA" Dimick & 75 Cents and upI
[>nsMtutl + \ .- 4-rII.er,_ dangerous. mme Whereby agreedf'tal'aiid; snail be snbnjlttea"t ,. l
"iris "arraigned stud released ...lba 'electors oh lrfStale' at' the Dtt.. ugLGiITON! Table
r.- > i bond "" "
',. rtjeclloni Hectlbu If of ArtleU V of the Constitution j.ri s'
Per Set :
$1.50
:the coming season one of .the ,
.
fllONK 1*
POCK '
amended tread
m.- la hi'reby so aa to .
toBed Hog. 'and cattle ranches as folluws- .';;'l? !" .-.\VB8TPALMBBACH.LT. ) and up. .
Dpi d I.. Florida will be ] Section 8. There shall be eight Circuit I

: St. John's county. A partyV JTudKes who shall be appointed. by the Governor DANIEL. KnlY9s Per set,
.. and rooflrmwl by the. Senate, and ._ .
4 ; I
w .t ck neD and investors have ryho shall bold help. ogles tar six years.Th DENTIST ,$(S and up

% ,70,000: acres of land in the .. senate shall be divided bj the Lntlslature .

"' 'part of,the county bordering at Jta ......11 rogular.ee. @loo' after the COCOA. INDIAN 'RIVER. FLORIDA l-al.,. Build Houses Prices pn

r Lake, Circuit, ana and" Juda-x shall be as- NOTARY PUBLIC Move Houses
.
i : >k.own. The property Is Igocd too eaea Clrmltj: Such 'Judge ehnilddaS -":'' t-P\_ I r : '., : 3ISterling Silver

i tract_.and comprises a vale. .,. least two teems ol htotioeirt le.neh, UY .!.. METCALF, Repair Houses. ,
t 'lands including high and c|>unty (within bla.Clrenlt every. year' and at G Quoted on

x, ,, "-; arsb, sawgrass, pine sncb times and places as ahull be prescribed NOTARY PUBLIC ,\. Shop work, .. Appll"at.lonRallr"sd
bold terms.
and special
bnr law." may '
f ;) lands. Mr. C. B. Cook, o( [The Oo".nu.,'m..,.. In bis discretion.aVde For the Statt of Florida at l. ,g..1' .Repairing or
; \ Ill.r has been selected to be ...... Watch fI'
: _i.temporurx! > -Circuit* by ;Dae : ; the ranch, and ;will arrive| the respective. Judge ororder any,Jndgs'to 1 Vrailed'Coaveyaurlng Dock Building.Call .

the fall, making St. AURUSU .hold_OB.wr more terms>r. ..\.* >sv'parts-of All Work Uwtraateml a l.alr:, Oorv ctOlBce > ..TIMEUNSPECTORFLORIDA '
'' ao".ra.' lu any'otber' Circuit than. that to la 1'aOrl"AL'U" 'Blot k. on or address
w., ; : .. The'entlte pro "'hcb| fie U .a.1........"Tbe J mine,shall re. Went Pales Beaeht Paste Cnuntv.' Plorida.. EAST COAST
-7l''' be. enclosed In a wire Mice, lisle lcItsChcaltof.Mblch: be U Judge, PLANT SYSTEM
h )propetty borders on the This ,amt a.u.hall'gdtlieioppratlvq'( ; '' until) CIVILENGINEERING M. J. YARBOROUCH SEABOARD AIR LINE

:: Vwllt'( be saved<<: jn. the way,of this LeBlaiaturesball halo. divided this; State. I r I. Nest Palm Beach Fla. JACKSONVILLE & SO'WESTERN

'! { ; : jMri CookJ ekpecU to, .keep I to-lelirti; and t b*
1 t ic7.. he aut of cattle on flee. at the time of .udb'division shall continue -EJ/GINEER
,; *.111"11<' .also raise bogs ex- to as.telsi lurfsdlctlnn Over their. ....... 1 CIVIL. AND S2S Wsst JACKSON VILLB FLA.

i Bl.. ugpsUne Record. rat, existing nrcults .. tonatltuced" the DEPUTY COUNtYSURVfYORi- i 'L ,. TOD FOOD .
tuna o6suehdivisiod.tunUltheJuUgeot the '
.
yjFDR DADS COUNTr.Loeot .
: f : ..Dl k .o., the soldier hero of additional Circuit shall pave qualified. Tbe Aabnt for the LrfhJ' Department. ol the --- ... Brelsford Bros

'of Florida, died at Ocala: l hat Ctrault Judges holding Gill_ at the time of Y. K.C.HV. OMPANO-rLA 6.1-1_
it I .each divlslonshall severally eoutlnneln ofOr Stove Wood .>
( Taeti gviri burJnt.id l -Jickadn1, Real Estate and Insurance
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: ] until expiration '01 'their then existing .. REAL ESTA TE axdINSVRANCEjAI.LACIlR. ,
+ ( ( \ ; '' < MaV.r He was In chargeof term of ofllce a. Nudge of the Circuits Delivered to Any Part of Town._ PALM BEACH, FLA. ,-

I forces 'In Florida dur re.p...,tl"Biyiii; "wblcn'undor" such division.. MOSE8

p- \: l,. \ war Aftej; the war Cap. the county of forlbead4lttoolOtrogJLahUb bU raaldene..| Slay 'Included; \ : leave.orders at Wood Yard on Clematis Notary Public. Cottages to RentPostofflm

( : ? : ,!! -venialned, in Florida, ep4aJudgs.appointed-for a term equal. tu the nnex- Auomrfo to A. W.Robbt. Avenue, near the railroad track Building-North of

,. who honored hint for ; ptredi wrlll"Ofn..othr 1rt> IS.,Jud"- *'ni>oosachj REAL ESTATE AND INlJiJIIANCE., or address g.l-lBOl Pnlnelana Hotel

;p' ,! ; .''jnHIUiy..s.f vice*: He : dvf' U>*'_.ll>sluaa.'ljiade: 4TIa salary olsarh Agent for West 1>slut:; Beach' 'Town Lots' also i -

': i ; \ :; "j (, genetatbrStaftt"TFSopi: : : (;'I..ul.Iudg.. shall be two thousand West falm Beac-l" >water WorkM. J.: T.: .SNEIX;,
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NOTARY PUBLIC.Clemall.Anaue.OrOU..St. Monroe
Dorsey's aaiiii
seven Hundred and flftytlollara.JThe ..
;; t ; ,-ntloeen cownnandertrfUbited! with said ... .. PROPRIETOR n-a?
: votta) cost "vnrmpllance" .
Wse'PWpslt.aeh.YlorldaARCHITECT'
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> dlvtlllou, \: Cdafexle... p'pq d'U: jaJIIllatll"'I\t.1\4,: }teuvseeduutartrtlow ihat Baoyan St.. Dear Olive
I .... which high and honored sad retura.be"r., ahall *be, Ooup_ Old Stand
to'tbv"'saule*regHlatlbn and restrictions AND BUILDER' LIGHTWOOD POSTS and r
l b ld, jcontinnously until subjected BEST SERVICE
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as are pntvlded. by law for. general \ 0 ATTENTION
> Postrloc PROMPT
I First Clasa Lightwood .
: years ago,then ben( *, ,made election, In fnHtatoi Florida" 'r* 'U.tBROWN,' B-14.H /
,, | ,. : iwmnil.Bdert Dea.. : 1>Dtekison JII.1etOttn'o.: ,Whefeiir;lbsV< heravato set Pineapple Covering and other purposes -

__ljb distinction 'in the of rA my- baud and affixed the Urea : ARCH.JtEC( .tlN9:B YI1DER. Addtese'H.B. D GEAURIDEAU
:;r' General of the State {i r Beatof; the Star of "' Plan's and.peciSeatioee pmtaredJobblac HOWARD .1t1. ,
;::W'\, -rtente inrf/ 'upon\ his o6Sca Tallahassee byfpltal. this the work gr'ea prbiftpn atteatlon at PALMS SHAVING PARLOR. ,
,' udder 'Oevenpp.JDre""r.ud" First. Day; of Aoaoet.A.. D. 10OJ.: Hliov on Cat r..t_." "" "- 'a 1 'f Sebastian Fla., ,
t\\'' -a d ttuTtogtae ,\! as i' L A W FOBDt \y rtrrt-flniw Tonsorla work by the. ,
UDCK "Old Bella.....-
l, '' !! ofMatlortVonntyrUa was To JDHWrlt) [ Secretary ot fltate. "
.'.. A t at the time of his death. Ie.41n' I Hherlff Dade Conaty.; "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHOXY :Bmoa. 'Do you read Toe Tropical Sun ? I Boor UNDER UOTBL ?Lit3 f w

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14 THE ERRING ONESRaid ''We1I! ve' You .. -.... jh r .
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IS.J Made on a Notorious pin ,
:;: ; ; ORGANIZED 1 ,, On whatGoodSiLr ''
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.: :;, During the BarryMorning .

,.,'."'""'Ii I! :'}- ", ". ",,' '. Hours of \\iDd'ay. ". WI 'we have 6h hand 'MOD' FUrnaQl1la} llQt[ "

"\.. r In the way' of .: 1. I) M''
wILt"'BE Marshal aud Sheriff
it t1'p THE TOWN -PROTECTED DeBerry Deputy '
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Tones and the force of some half dozen '" '" ,
special police officers hail their' bands :, From now on our Card Is r.
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.h. T;;; \ ; ; i : ,, ;'.,. full Salunlsy Illicbtaud '''during t 4. ",.: : ... ...'-- THB. LADIES'! ,
B0TSF0RDOther s
Enthusiastic early $unday morning; hours-ln rouodInft ; ) & IN OUTFIT! ERS!'
- In Any Future Visits of the Fire Flond., An ; n. R
'up''' suspicious characters; 'who were
":'Meeting Held'Tuesday Night, at the Suggestion of l loafing aronbd the slreelif> ',Uost of ibeoi ;: : Closed '

I f.4. fr" ,' the' West Palm Beach,Board. ,\of, Trade.. \ colored'c,'' .,. ,fell : lines, JVIust be' pu! 1 Regardless: t$f t, Profit; .

:, : .. ,. ,, /. About four o'clock to the uiorcintf; '" ,. '
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if '" -, peered in the east, the, .officers formed I I I--, .-- _--ito _. ---. ____ ,_,-- --___ _____ __ ,__ ...
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'L '. A very well attended meeting of thoseinterested and,solicit subscriptions, and this plan cordon .
..' around the ileusfrvq."w '
a "joints "
I\\: of fire wet with approvaCr or I par' d fine of $IO orlwrv\ thirty dTyV', ; KOkostott0etoatostokbKOrRp1t0.Cti1t. ...
; ; ",: : in the organization a lcl.led by the colored. o ..,. doisoisoatp7.oalolsdl.n.sOltdlt0e'V
frnteniity: lie oxQ' I
and hU fii 4nC 'a( were low <4X
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f;; department for West Palm Beach wey Mayor Bnrkhardt advised the gathering just west of the railroad; It'was evldei t '" JrCo
,I ,,i. :: ', ': .: held In the Public library HalKTueadaj; ,$ to first of all organise, and then that there .,was, "sonietbiiiK doiux" in the'latteh: "' j I I. G. G. StroMi t -
iHsiurljiug the
is'.it ( peace! Company :
'w "JI''I i ," evening Mr. G. O Currle occupied the elect honorary member 'later on as the Interior and Marshal DeBerry went He I present { ,. k r r
sin. that popular awn song
There by lug
: .. chair u tbe representative of the Board they might see fit. were severalin In
:.,/ f; .' -. oi Trade, and Harry L. Brown was ap town who could not become actively to investigate. Everybody busyon ")Josephine, My Ju," but thure is something -
r ,''. the first two floors and when lie be is sudly.In need ot, and strungc: -I'
Identified with the ,organization but FftMILY '
pointed secretary pry tem. poked his head through a trap door 0" l l-ave instructedthe .:" GROCERIES; :. .
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Mr. Currie pointed out the urgent would be gad, to contribute toward its to say, I U is a voice )
1t i'I 1 kl I./, the third story,lie found that. 'full him to keep quiet, o ,t ., '
guard to
request
:: need of an organized fire brigade as maintalnance. '

\',', Jr{ttl something that would ,be of great 1m ORGANIZATION EFFECTED.On carried fledged on.gambling The Inmate.gamewas of the house being clubs He,continually and says the world asking has for never Indian seen f i' '" : Fancy Food Products, a.o a.: i

to the town, and the orgaDlza- ,
t parlance motion of Messrs J. B McGinleyand took the alarm and then there 'folkfwed clno-swlnger I believethe 2
tion{ If could be of his equal sa a ,
managed,
properly ,
J. E. Chambers, it was decided to a grin.d.scramble. There must is daffy. ,0
fellow .
.: benefit to those belonging\ to it Grain and Provisions "T '
great fire with been less than between ; i
l organize a company the necessary bave not thirty There he again ,singing one of ,
goes
: He left tbe matter for discussion, ''
open executive. and .. o ., ., _
orficets and an, or finance thirty-five colored men and women his choice selections The boy is 0. 0
i. and asked for offering to poor '
". suggestions lines of of committee, and on motion of Messrs in the house, and they swarmed so full 01, himself that J am afraid he .. JEFFERSON'BLOCK. I
'! them
the as possible first Gymnasium development in McGinley and, O'Belrne' the name of out of the windows, up on the roof,, slid will .p1\t.\ -,the walls of his cell. One -o '" t ., oWest'
organization .
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i the company chosen was the West Palm down the veranda and made -darlunleaps is he1' hag them, aDd he r
', thing certain :
the fire hall ; second a military company Palm Beach Florida. : I
Beach Fire Department.It to neighboring' roofs iu their efforts does not know what to do with them.I .
to the fire department .
i as an adjunct ; '
was further decided that the officers to escape. 0 1I-IOIVOII o 51
r am going now to ask him if he does +
I third the possible organization of a f .
.} dramatic club with the promised assistance elected at present were' to be a president For a period of fifteen minutes there nut want a speaking tube with which to n11011pki0110110is01/09101x0'i109101a01e0A01t011011pit07t0- / 1011011071091g1to. ,'

.. vice-president; secretary, 'treas. wall a lively time on hand with plenty of make himself heard.
of the Club. -
Ping Pong urer, chief and two foremen ; the first excitement, beveral pistol shots were much thatwe : .
I : were compelled
; k Mr. B. McGinley suggested that af regret very THE.Everglade..
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,." j ter organizing, officers should be elected; five named to be an executive'commit., fired, which served to bring to ,time to hold him, and would let him goat

N D tee, some of the culprits. When the'grand this late day if he had the amount of
who would for a period, cf
I. i serve say It was deemed advisable to choose n round-up was completed, the officers the fine. Produce Go Buyer and Shipper: !
month and then the reinsof i
one pass over ,
taken
1 bad into
;" to the membership. In president, vice-president and' treasurer custody eighteen If he'Is what IMt claims to be, an advance
management from among tbe members of the Board men and two women | the balance agent for organization,kind* "West JPalm Beach' Fla.
r the meantime, an effort should be madeto
of Trade as a special committee from having managed to make their ly advise me what to do with, him, and '"

obtain as large a membership as pos the Board had the_work ol organizationin escape. All were lodged in the town oblige: Yours truly, Hay, Grain, Poultry, Butter, Limes Et,0.,
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; sible, and collect monies Mr. J. W. JS. BORTHAI.t,
band? .It wss thought the'prellml- jail aud a merry party they .made all .
I" .. Chief Police.
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Sanders had had some experience with Eggs Potatoes and
nary work could 'be managed better by day Sunday. A half a dozen succeeded ,' "

h. rather the fire the department military as an adjunct acted aa, or a those men who were not active members In obtaining bail to the extent of (15.oo fine We, and have requested forwarded that the our amount representative of the All. kinds of .. Crop by Carload*, .-'

company of tbe department and men who wouldbe each, and when pqlice-court was held be sent home. -, rth

hh' fire'' company when culled upon. He approved by.the Board of Trade. Monday morning by Mayor Burkhardt, Poor fellow ; maybe he willlo' better. Produce. a. ,i:
9s', { thought that a plan similar to this would The following\ officers then four of'he. six failed to in next time. : 1It
; (; were nominated put up an \ ,, ,4. wm'
work well in West Palm Beach From the members of -
t> balloted for aud elected : appearance and the bail was forfeited. ""1"
THK PINO PONO CI.UB. ( Spy .
Mr.' J E. Chambers was of the opinion "

_ 'C', could that such not be au organization a success without. as proposed the Vlce-Pre.ideDt-Cbarles Miller. of his worship. and all plead guilty...!to y 'After, the. Fire,. :

Secretsry-Frank C. Girdner. disorderly conduct and gambling. Fines 1, VG
backing of the business men of 'the Column. Go to your safe. and get
Treasurer P. Paber. were Imposed ranging from $J.oo to G
\r town. An effort had been made sometime coats out a good Fire Insurance Policy
Chief-J E. Chambers. '10.00 and and those who cannot ?o ,

i ago to organize: a military companybut Foremen-J. W.' Sanders and F. J. provide the funds will spend the next;!! and it will be j Just. like, finding. ,
it met with no support by the merchants FOR RENT '
O'Beirne.A sixty days at Mlam ,on the rock pile. mODey.Haven't
I \ and the thing fell through. This' .. "-
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committee on constitution and ,,bylaws The local police are bound to Iet.rid -
time he thought that if sufficient funds ; HAVE-TWO elegant Lake View
was appointed, consisting of MessrsG. of the notorious characters that infest WE Cottage for rent for next season'. 9 -
could be raised fire ball ,
an .or "
armqry G. Currie W. F. Heckert, Frank Cl; the district near toe railroad and they one foiJ6oo and one for$700; completely Got .
should be provided, and bowllog alleys, Gardner, J. E. Chambers, aud J. W. I are going at it In the right way. West furnished.' Possession given November I. ,r-
baths and .other equipments furnished Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms,
Sanders. Palm Beach cannot afford to have such r11 Any Firs Insurance you
which would attract the members. tor the summer ; $25 per month. -
Mr. Currie in this connection stated The regular meeting nights were fixed characters within Its borders and ,the Tropical Real Estate Exchange, -, ray' 1 f Doa't see how you can af-7
for Tuesday evening of each week, commencing fiat has gone forth that such disgraceful 418 oa tf W. I. Metcalf, Mgr.! ford r
to bll It. I it v
building ,
that the present could be put in without Talk:
at sharp, have In ,
7:30: joints as existed the pailmust '
shape for little money,and a startmails. r "' with
very over
# Messrs. Frank C. Gardner, A. P. Fs. close their doors forthwith, and'quit" \
Mr. the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
McGinley figured out
{ her and B. the .
McGinley business.Cures
J. were appointed especial
COB' of a gymnasium and found that it .
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committee to collect funds. -- --
The
l EstateExchanJ1
would be between $roo and $iso, and The following were then enrolled as Eczema, Itching Humors, |)ROPOsSiV Tropical Real I .

,\ other things. could be provided later. charter members : Especially for old chronic'caset take 8. iepartmene.> -ol dgrlrnltare. OIDCA oftheSueretsry Tropical Sun Block W. 1. METCALF. : "
A list ol people Interested in West F J O'Belrne, J W Sanders L C Botanic Blood 3alm.' It gives a healthy Washington,D. O., AuKiwt e.1802.Sealed M"nager'J

Palm Beach, who are not residents here F Holmes Gardner, Emil Anthony, 1 B .McGtnlep, blood supply to the affected parts, heals propoiKiln will-be received br, .,
St, all the year around, was. read by Mr. C Rajph Brosdwell. Louis the Secretary ul Agriculture until noon Frl- .
Burkhardt, W J Hough( ,Robert McNair all the sores, eruptions, scabs scales; J ,; > +1'
; dar. teUlberltb! 10O: ,forth erection 01
Frank C Gardner, and he was of the : 8.t> *
A V Faber, Charles Miller. Capt W W stops the awful itching and burning of {
opinion that nearly all of these gentlemen Janis, L P Lockwood, R Tiffany' eczema: swellings. suppurating watery a and oo..torr.lra a twotory: le Iran bullUlnKatSand building K Koy.Fla."y Wait 'When :You Need :b
', would be glad indeed to Charles E Carlisle
very con- Messing L 0 N
If' tribute something towards the supportof Thomas, J F Wye, 8 Scbneidman, A J sores, etc. Druggists, $r. Sample free I'la.lur .Weather, Bureau. U. S Depart
v i fire department, as they had prop Ellis, Lee FeDton,J E Chambers. C W and prepaid by wrilting Blood Balm went of Agriculture* In accordance with Mantels Tiling and Grates :1 1us
and which be obtained
pit.nx upeclntatlons
ert; which needed protection. !. Scbmid, W M Pope, W P Heckert. G G Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and at the olllce ot the Chief may of the. ,
proposition was to write these gentlemen Currle Harry L Brown.Our Free medical advice sent in sealed let- Weather Bureau W..bln.toll..D. C. and al ,

i t 2 ter. the Weather Bureau juice at Key Yvees 515. Write ior-" V 1'T J
--e. Separate proiiuaals" for each building moat bt "
I 'VYYYT1111mYYYYT11VnvnY' Catalogue and Prices j
V'VY11Rny11Yyyyyyyyyyyyy'
The Ping Pongs on the Road. submitted and taunt benilawd In envelop, ,
= Baled and marked "PropoeaJ- Weather "
4 r. .. Editor TROPICAL Sun Bureau building at one at the points named,- FLORIDA -" : +
The critics have expressed: their opine and 8dlll'<>""e
E .. ion, but still we are. not disheartened. ton, Washington D C. Tbe Department reserves {1

h "... Congratulations are still pouring:((a from the right to reluct$ nay oral bids JACKSONVILLE. FLORID.
.. ana 4* J4.MKH WILSON. Secretary
," g. .. every side congratulations of people

:, = : who bave seen! .the best talent of the NOTICE OF APPLICATION I 0 >. '. ,., ''t'if1'1 I '1/1,1./ .,'
world. They claim oura to be tbe best .

c cI f E 20 per.cent. discount : they have ever seen. We are-going on troy Permit to gale> Liquor. Wi.... earl w ostostoitokalolROKostottostokokott> ostokoKorSOKoKokOataRr.Kok'- -
s tbe road aiM BMV.Wlimvaa. o
no one can blame nt for i .

f wanting to branch out and show our The Beach-Club of Palm Beach Truscott
CoT
I sale will be discontinued ;| Boat M'i'g f r
C ability elsewhere. This we decided to Florida T..T.Kane,Heoretary: bUllied with : i !. A
-- do immediately after the critics th4'BoardofCounts Oooiniliwlonera for DadoCuuntr. I if ?
sj, : published 'CONSTRUCTOBS Oir Of +
their views (in the Lake Worth Florida. an application" fur permit W ..
+ after Friday August 29th : tout! Liquors, Wines and Beer. In Election
fieof') our recent entertainment District No. 8, of said County &od State f High Grade Pleasure Craft %f I. '
a Behind the the
: w scenes board of managers any cltlwn of such Election DUtrlct mat k
.. OIl met to choose a representstiv ,as show cause. ,U any: there be, at the meeting of Vapor Marine ,I. V
;. 1902 J ." : advance agent, one to advertise the 'factthat tbe Board to be held on the ilnd day of Heptember Motors.: !
J D. C. MORRIS ,
OIl "DcSpetlere" were on the 'road, (ranted, -S' Agent- ",J
"J' ; : would\ soon reach that town, and would [iseall] K.Co DEARBORN, i VVest 'alm Beach: "'

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.. ',. ' 7' -' b y a man who was absolutely fearless, a ... :

', .. .', man with a pleasant address; a man flip h Grade Ashes Insure iH the" 'Old Reliable '.''I" '
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.- pablic. But who coold Germania '
they For growing fruits and vegetables Life Insurance
: : "j.. :, getf Who In the town of Went Palm nothing equals our r Companv--;

Beach has all these OF Hew ,,
qualifications f Ah, YORK. ORGANIZED; IN 86ov V
ri; hey have it ; they could could think of Clean, .Dry Ashes a For 'partlcnlara addreai G.: LOVER BAILEY Manager for Georgia; and

_ r but one,who they knew_.was" thoroughly Potash guaranteed to 7 per cent. Florida"!! Uox 340, Palatka.: Florida I' .
qualified to fill this 9,;" important pogl. -
used e=exclusively our own
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Dean the editor the '
'farm at Riviera. Close, -
Bros.West critic, the social leader, was unanimous.y ; GMti ell'
Anthony chosen. He left Sunday, taking with pricey, > > Mulgdba an oes.

him everything that an advance agent G. II. GIFFJNV CO.

would need. Ills first stop was in At !West Palm Beach, Fla.. Largest Collection of Crotons In the United State.. Palm '
Palm Beach.Palm Beach Miami thai..;etc. Allpotgrown. Full Line Stocks
lanta, Ga., where we thought he would Of Citrus '

t do so much_tot us, hut to, Wednesday grown on High Spruce Pine Land., Address ,,, .

I night brought a fetter postmarked At. 'EGGS I EGGS I II I JOHN B. BEACH ,{West Palm' Beach. Fla.

s' y ;P anta. This letter we give In lull be- ..:.
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F. Atlanta, Ga". EggsforatchingThoroughbred 7T4E-TRAVELERS
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x. '. ... ,. ,"} Manager Ping Pong Orchestra, -West '. '.. i '
Palm Beach Fla.
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-M r' Dear Sir :-I beg to advise that I haven Partrtfjg..CocbtoaIDd )
.. .MRS. N. Pi: '
() .An. I.:>! r' : GARCIA Prop'r. .
frame. Jacksonville
.... our police station a who I Black.Breasw4 Bed Fla.
; .ILJtNT IiIALE. .1' ,\ young man ,
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L I his alto famish .n = ___ __ ""*
I 8r'kD gives dame as s. Bobo Dean, and \V. can any other ---r ;; .

__ .. JI who claims that yes 1 I I. advance agent for I breed and'ship to any point.' Electric Lights, ,Electric Bells,Whs, Complete' Serrlo ,

your organization. He was arrested for The Best $.00
: .AAUA/AUUtuAAAiauAAIA.i..............., ......j disorderly conduct.'and wag sentenced J. ,,. FOX'S REPAIR SHOP $ per day Hotel In Florida.
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