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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,. ,..7. PALM BEACH DADE' COUNTY FLORIDA FRIDAY )iJ
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SEPTEMBER 5 1902.)
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Addresses Delivered In the Methodist People as They Come and Go--
V PAID TO LABOR EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES fS.oo and Band concert tonight. \t.1
Church by the Pastor People Whom You *
Ef v. May orMay $7.00-finest m.de-at ANTHOmr'SYOUNG'S "The Mystery of Graslov." i

and Other Gentlemen. Not Know. HATS- none better madeat :
KNOX HATS-standard of the world
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-- |3.oo. ANTHONY BROS. ANTHONY Baos. *

The regular services of the Met uxlisf Mr. J. A. McDonald spent Wedae.d.yI Tbe ladies the
SUCCESSFUL.CELEBRAtION MONDAY of W. C. T. U. held a That thrilling story. "The Mystery of ;
Church last Sunday evening were, devoted in Miami. '
I mothers meeting; at the Goodwill Cottage Graslov," begins: lu The Tropical :Sun:
to the cause'of education. Tbe [ Miss Ella Tindall Is visiting friendsin Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. AliceC. two weeks from today. ?
program consisted' of three addresses: Jupiter this week. Brown
presided.
The heavy showers of the past week
Hundreds of Visitors Came to West Palm Beach and Enjoyed "The primary or grammar schools, by I' Mr.' G. G. In Miami
Currie was on The ladies of the W. C. T. U. held a have been duly welcomed in town and
Geo. L. Brannlng't; "High schools and
the Program as Arranged by the Various Labor colleges," by Marvin Pope ; and "Chris i Labor Day on legal' business. reception at the Goodwill Cottage pn also In the country. ,

Unions. Baseball In the Afternoon. I tlan education; by'Rev C. Fred Black. | Mr. Burton E. Coo of Tampa, Fla. registered Tuesday afternoon to Mrs Alice C. Two hundred and fifty tons well roll'

I \ burn. |I at the $emlaol.--I..t Wednes Brown, State president of the W. C. T. U. ed dairy manure for sale at '3.15 per "7(",

I PRIMARY EDUCATION. day. An afternoon tea was given this after. ton, f. o. b. Cocoa,. Plorida. Address

I 'Mrs. J. Don C. Morris\ Is home from a noon by the Ladies' Aid Society of the hill Side Dairy. it .,'
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The most successful celebration of P.'Hatchctt, won by O. N. Thomas. Mr. Brannlng's remark. were straight pleasant trip to her' old home in Joliet, Union Congregational Church .t the The label on shows to .
Labor Day ever. held in West Palm Standing jump-prlxe, pocket knife to the point. Coming as they did from Illinois.Mr. I home of Mrs. J. C. Stowers. Refreshments what 'date your paper you
that of MODd.y'la.t September by Dimick & Rigel Geo. New. a man who had not been blessed with all and your subscription is paid. j
Beach was woo by J. M. Owens. and family have returned were served a. pleasant time Tbe Tropical Sun would be glad to have "
1st The arrangements for this comb. the advantages of an education yet who was .pe"t by all.
from a pleasant holiday outIng all arrears settled tf
promptly.
Important event were in charge of tbe Running jump-prize, box cigars by could appreciate the value learning, at, Dalton. Ga. Miss Lillie Norton, of Klssimmee, \\i' f"
they were full of meaning and merit to A great !improvement is being madeIn : _
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local labor Unions and that these H. L.Hitler woq by H. Marsh.Ladies' who is a valued teacher in the West
And while bringinga Editor S Bobo Dean, of the News the appearance of the streets by
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+ jodiey performed, their duties faith- ,Egg rsee-zat prize: silver every present: Palm Beach school spent In the
\ Sunday
( has returned, from business to thIS removal of tbe which has
a nieasaga' of comfort to those who, like a trip grass been
fully and well, was apparent to all plate sugar and cream let'.b. I city, the guest of Miss Daisy Davis. r
Hendrickson. I himself, had not been so fortunate as. to Jacksonville and Atlanta. encroaching on the roadway.
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Low rsteu on the -Florida East Coast Mrs. Second prize- She was returning from her home to her
Railway were responsible for Inducing: ladles purse;. won by Mrs. J. F. Hot secure an education they sounded<< ,a Mr. lumen Fisher, of the TropicalSun school.-Orlando Star. I will be in West Palm Beach on the

many hundreds of visitors to come to man. warning note to those who have tbe staff is back on duty again after a appeared 14th of September, and in Miami on tbe ,{

town to spend Labor Day. I Three-Legged) 'race-prize. set of cuff opportunity\ to give their children an holiday visit to Savannah, Ga. E. Harrid before Judge II. 17th, with a car load, of Jersey cows. q

Miami'.and intervnmg3 points sent buttons and scarf pin by Idner & Son; ,education In tbe grammar schools and Mr T. A. McRae of Palatka.. representing charged B. Saunders with assault Wednesday and battery afternoon on, Address, Jack Laming Cocoa, at iii''

such < largo delegation tbat three won by Milton pick and Mortimer are falling to do "0. the Cudahy Packing Co., was in West Vllleneue, and was bound over' Mr. Euille Ebman formerly of this .
Mr. believes in coercive education town oa' business. place but in Architect ,
extra can were placed on tbe northbound Courtney. Branning' Wednesday ou till tbe regular term of Circuit Court. now Hahn's office

train Monday morning. Not a Bicycle race-crize equal to $3.00 byB. In the public school Mrs. G. W. S. Bell left on Tuesday He gave bond of |ioo.co. Miami, was. in town Monday, 'enjoy, : I'I'to '

few came from .U! stations; north as far M. Potter; won by Clarence Lauther: A PLEA FOR HIGH SCHOOLS. morning for a'Visit to friends and' relatives Rev. S D. Paine and wife leave for ng the holiday among old Mends. ,1.

a as Ft. Pierce, these traveling on the THE BAS BALL MATCH Marvin made and In her old home in Connecticut Tbe regular September meeting of the : If'
Pope an1 earnest the north on Monday nest.Tbere will be
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Sunday evening train. Quit! 'a Urge Perhnps the event that created the urgent plea for a good: system of High Rev,.Dr. 'Fulwood. presiding elder of no preaching sei vice during Mr. Pane's Utopia Club will be held on Tuesday t.

'' : crowd greeted the north-bound traln-at greatest interest nod excitement dur 3chu0Js, and emphasized in a practicalway the Methodist Church. fot this district absence. Sunday School and Christina evening of next week, September 9th i{
,I the P.*E.'CC,. depot and the presence of lag the entire day. the base bail and in In I, the office of Cblllingworth & Currie. F
was the profound purpose for which ape,!! TuewJayjiif fit.. .. Wednesday< .'r' the colored band from Miami gave"tone" match between Mramlaod West Palm our colleges exist He defined tbe Amer- tow! :Paine expect to be gone about 4 weeks. The Fraternal Union of America will 'lj,

4 to the occasion Beach. It was well known tbat the meet tomorrow evening, ,
Saturday
(can system of education as consisting of Miss Nellie Markland arrived hero Services at tbe Union CongregationalChurch September

' ))1''. THE PARADE. local- players were anxious to get even three; general divisions; The primaryor Wednesday evening from Fitzgerald next Sunday at II a. m. and 6th, 1902 at 7 o'clock in the Mason i

for the severe drubbing administered in school, the High school and She will !be of Mrs. :Po Hall. This Is an important meeting
'. The first Item In the way of entertainment grammar Ga., tbe guest J. 7:30 p. m. The sermon at night will be
the Magic City daring jubilee week and all members of Beach lodge No. 5 5
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'was the. trades procession.. the college.( In the grammar school the Hoffman! ou "Babel and the Bible" or "Recent 475
and that they were, able' to do so, brings are requested to be
child learna how to study and think ln present.
which 10r/)1ec1np/ on Clematis ,Avenue.It | Mr. C. B. Kendall, foreman of the mechanical Explorations In Babylon.." Christian
.. moved off promptly at half past nine to them mach credit. The game WAS a the High school the boy or-Rlrl begins department of the Tropical Endeavor at 6:30: p. m Sunday Schoolat Dr. H. C. Hood, as a well known scat'
good, clean exhibition of base''' ball, to study and think about tbe elementary wart Republican has been tendered
o'clock with J. McKenna as chief mar Sun, has been in Jacksonville and Green io a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat an
without any of the features that so principles of things, arid in the College appointment on the Board of Examiners
shal. The Lake Worth Band beadedthVjfcrocenalon Cove Springs this week on bualness. lad: p. m. All are cordially invited. V n
often; makes such occasions
and behind them came anythingbut the young man or woman prepares himself of the United States Pension Department -
Mrs. Win. Helm has returned from
'. the who are members of pleasant.Mr. or herself for life's work in their Mr. Harold E Spencer of New York for the East Coast section. Its ,1
carpenters B. A. Maxfield and New York where she went to purcb.1IItgoods City Is the most recent property ownerIn
Union No. 819 was umpire, chosen profesaion. Mr. Pope said: needle to say that a more popular
Carpenters Joiners
he performed bis onerous duties with for her bazaar, which 'will t>e West Palm Beach lie came south a could
the the members "The young men and' women of Ibis appointment not have been made.
Following Carpenter, credit to himself and the opened at au early date in the Wey- few' days at tbe solicitation of city
'. of the Painters' and Decorators' Union to satisfactionof State, coi'|lI)ty and town are placed at ago This Board when the othertwo members ,{'
both teams. Miami good brecht building on Clematis Avenue. clerk George S. Adams, and was so
t; No. looking decidedly neat in their played a great disadvantage wben they are are named will. meet regularly! In .
453, ball: but. there seemed to be a lark of forced' to go away from their own towns Rev. P. J. Kennedy of St. Ann's pleased with tbe Lake Front locality Miami.
,. white duck suits. TIle Electricians
:: tbat and that Church, arrived home Thursday even- bat he purchased through Mr. Adams I Vt
was so School
'I: came next seated on a large Boat in energy snap apparent and countiea "to .secure a High Marshal W. G DeBerry and his force '
y ia the home team. Indeed West educauoa."Ue believes that Ing. The Ladies Altar Society gave a a tract of land owned by !Mrs. J. S.'Shafer.
of officers y
every made
which was placed all-manner of electrical young special another raid on
Palm Beach played a game-that was should be school reception in honor of his return this 'Mr. Spencer will return later la the
A delegation of baseball man given a High tbe Hurd quarters last Saturday night.
MX j!:, players apparatus.had a prominent place in almost faujtlesa/ and this goes to show course; then if with the general knowledge afternoon at the parochial residence on season and build handsome.' and substantial In all nineteen arrests were made J
rr what a little practice will do, tbe Lake front. l winter residence on his newly ;
there he has formed
gained no of tbe
the parade. The colored, labor Union seventeen prisoners being men 1
I,. followed, numbering about 130 members. The. llne-np and score of, the teams special 1 preference for any work or profession Mrs. P.,L. Moffatt, Miss Moffatt Miss acquired property.Mr. and two of them -women; all colored.!

was as follows:- he bad better school. But Grace. M off at and little Miss Gladys who for
A light shower fell just M the Stop H B. Yarhorough, some They were arraigned before Mayor

parade moved, off;, bni It did not m.r West Palm Beach Runs f he has some definite purpose in life' said goodbye to'their West Palm Beach time has been connected with the firm Burshardt on Monday, when fines were

; the spectacie. Later on..after the pro Hopklni. p.-......,........?.1 the college offers a moat logical sadaystenratic friends..l the Florida East Coast depot of Anthony Bros resigned his positionon imposed rang'og from $g to $io. I'I's

cession had paased along moat of tbe Abrams William.,1st e..1 ban*.,.3 cour.e of prepat atiou for that Wtdbcaday", morning, leaving on the Ex- Saturday lai>t, and on Monday morning With just a few friends of the bride's

principal streets and bad crossed tbe Marvin,:and b_-.. 0 particular calliug. v press for their new home in DeLand.Mrs left for the North. lie will spend family present, tbe ceremony, unitingMr.

Lake Worth bridge to the East Side, aheavy Kelaew.tb. no base ........... .........................1 CHRISTIAN EDUCATION. Modal and family will be greatly two or three weeks visiting in South '. Edward C. Gross and Mrs. Kate
dow occurred. Antbooy,Ml ._.., .............. .1 missed.. in this town. Carolina, and about the first of October YanBlarcom in t'.e:
;, .pour rarlyleri.......?. _......?..,..._....1Bobluaon Rev. Mr Blackburn made an eloquent and happy bonds of wed
THE SPEAKING. ,. ( .,.,....?................1 address in behalf of Christian Culture."A Mi. Guy. I. Mrtcalf! who successfully will enter the Washington" Lee lock, was performed at the home of Mrs.
CuaniUm. I !.,....,..,....0 man's education said he, "is not managed the primary campaign for Hon. University Lexington, Va., where he Joseph Elliot on Datura street last Monday -

cleared Abut eleven o'clock throngfilled, the skies having Casino Total nuiK..,....,,..;..,....?........... ::::8Ulamf complete when he has, studied, and perfected R. IJudson Burr'.ad lion. Jefferson B. will take up the study of Law. A great evening' by Rev. S. D. Paine pastor S
a great tee Rnns. Browne for'railroad commisaioperi anal many of his personal friends Assembled. of the Union Congregational Church
himself in, the arts and sciences
; on the ocean beach: to_elljo,r'the ad- J; .t'ha01e, 2nd baa*.......?.....?.,?>.?.,'?..,........0Ligeour who later (the bfee y mountain at tbe Florida East Coast Depot to bid Many nice presents were received by
.....:: 4re.... The speakers were, Messrs. J. 9 ......,...,.,............................ M......0( alone, but when he baa also developed air la the: enjoyed'' Qf Waynesville, N. C. him good-bye and wish him God speed thebride and from their .
It M. Owens- called on to take the placeof ),(0'''', 3rd base_..... .....................,. ......'..,..0 himself along the line pf religious and and and in his new groom numerous
A. McDonald who indisposed ;Jjtudon bt baas......................................MlI thought The church has always been with Mrs Metcalf children returned success prosperity friends. After the ceremony and
Mr. waa
.: J. Chall s....... .....,........._.......MUM........ .....1, the of education in tbe fullest home Tuenday evening. home. Mr. Yarborough has been one congratulations, delicious refreshmentswere
-C. c.: Cbilllngworth and Pont" t.................. .......................,............0 promoter Mr. W.I, Metcalf, the well, known of the most successful young businessmen served. Mr. and Mrs.' Gross will
Judge A. J. Lewis. The elequent remarks P.Chame, r t..t.....................-..............0 sense. 'To the church more than to and real estate who in West Palm Beach and was popular live In the Jefferson Block.
of these ,well known gentlemen Lanolrs.,....................................................0 any other organization the most of our attorney agent accompanied with all classes in this community.
aroused the greatest enthusiasm. Mr.' Barratt oJ..... .................. .....>.:.......................0 schools of higher learning owe their by Mrs. Metcalf and his County Commission Lainbart is back

Owens and Mr." Chtlllngwortli dealt at Total Buns.......:.._..............M.. .-....a origin." Mr. Blackburn believes tbat daughter Mrs. J. E. Chambers, made a At eleven ,o'clock Monday morning from attendance at the September meeting -
con.lderlbte"leDjtth! on ,the prosperity West Palm Beach had an .innings to all higher education should be left in tour of the Northern btates.. including aa the clouds began: to scatter after arefreshing of the Board of County Commissioners -
In the tl.lt. Girard,. Cleveland ut4n.{ rain tbe launch Algret, with at Miami. In conversation with
of the workingmen! along the East spare and here was great rejoicing at the hands of the cburcb, for the reasonthat a'
of it store attention"to the development t. Bay, Qhio. petroit.\ Michigan, Buffalo, a jolly party aboard; slipped anchor and Tropical: Sun representative yesterday
Coast of Florida,, by reason the the result of tbe play. This event concluded pays,
of and Is Chautanqua. N. Y., and Ashville N, I glided for Jupiter. The trip through Mr Lamhart atated that work ou the e7
away
wonderful smdertakinrs_ of Henry: M. ., the day's sport and it was a character more partlcnlar ;
t while Lewis in choosing instructors requiring C., returned,here last Friday evening.Mr. I the.*aoal If not heavenward, was to say construction of the county rock road
Flagler,. Judge spokeoa tired, though happy crowd that wendedIts ,
the dignity, of labor, and the progress way to tbe depot Monday night to them to be men of Christian culture ss J "McDonald of town returnedlast I I the least "heavenly." And while. with would be commenced about the ijth of

being made la these latter- days i by tbe start on the homeward journey, well learned ip the arts and sciences Saturday night after an extended t such scenes as greeted; tbe gaze 'at every this month. The County commissioners* b

working tie urged every young man or woman trip to New York, Boston, and to hlsj turn of the canal, winding its way have arranged to hire a special train on

men.THE ( 'q NOTES. that could: possibly do so to go to col- old bome In the Province of Prince Ed. t through woods and plains, furnishing a tbe Florida East Coast Railroad which 1t'

SPORTS. The members of the Labor Unions are lege. ward Island. Canada. Mr. McDonald!: feast for the soul, the happy party was wilt be In urn until December 311 hauling -

Noon hour brought forth hundreds of thank fi-1) to the' East Const Hotel Com The church was, crowded, and all ex- says the weather in the North has been 'I II I supplied with' a bouquet of reason, and rock from tbe Miami quarry anfl distributing ,. it

'lunch baskets and refreshments were pany tor ,tbe use of the Casino and being well I unusually cool, especially on the Gulf d.IDt.lIalld. had prepared a sumptuous it to the various points along
themselves aa
served by the'' members of the Ladies grounds. 'A more fdeal base. ball tot pressed attended' repaid of St. Lawrence where many of the lunch to satisfy the material wants. the railway, where needed,, It is planned

Cemetery Improvement Association grounds could not be found anywhere. having summer Motels did not open op this The lighthouse: station was visited find to deliver the- rock at each section
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tbe Labor, Unions kindly sllowlug the 'Secretary J. P. Hoffman was the :'a season. the officer In charge showed tbe party crossing and tbe road will be permanent

proceeds- ,to go towards the objectso busiest! man,in town las Mondsy.. He Band Concert. Mrs Helen M. Lyun of New York''through the house, and explained many ly built from the railroad to the county ?

dear to the hearts of the. members< of Is to be complimented on' >be manner Tbe usual weekly,concert wilt be given City who has been a visitor at tbe homeof Interesting point concerning the great road at each section and continued up

the Association la which he'performed File) dutieS this evening by the Lake Worth her brother, Mr. W. It. DaCamara, ligfit. The return trip was made in the sad down the county road to the meet-

The jports'began soon after o'clock rely three hundred men. took' part in Band, and the following program will be Lake Front, for the past sis weeks, left cool of the evening ; and at 7 o'clock I lair point This baa been deemed to bea
the pars.de. I.' | landed at the city dock. cheaper method than that of carting
aDd were under tbe management of Mr. played. for the North Wednesday. Mrs. I.yonI the. launch .
J. F. Hoffman, secretary of the committee Among"tbt! prettily decorated homes 1. MMrh."UUI'Jackir..Laurandoau.; ( was greatly pleased with Florida and e.peciaty.witb .. Those In tbe party were Mr. and Mrs. the rock long distances., and the buildIng r

on arrangements. The list of events, along the line of march were those of 9. Uv..rtunt. "neaoo..r.,........,.,....,'....... : tbe magnificent 'scenery H. S. Miller Miss Miller, Miss Faye of tbe side roads from the county {
Rev.S:D. Paine M :E Grnber 8 Walt. .1IeDII..tt.| ... .....!'et_ L tbe railroad will be
; ., Dr. L. ?? ? : Millar, and Messrs. C. S. Anderson, road to also appreciated
winners and the prizes given is as follows and location of PalmBeach. Her
4, KouDinia "Southera". .,.......;....Laos''. West
D. Baton.and Sydney Metcalf.: 'I C. Holmes, Harry Hebb) Cbas. and Dale by those living on the side roads
: B. CapriceV eh.&ToabEyea'5..Nbeekrl! stay here was. indeed a. VUI.p1e..ant
Foot MM-prise, pocJr.ekat': '. by'W, Q.mtl..al .. Pap. & .6, .'DtzlL' ..' ', .,. 0"01 : i .,' ',r.1 Miller and Marvin Pope. and.beyond them. v <*.. ,' .


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w1 E ThE TROPICAL SUN.i 1 personal), so rising heavily, replied:1 .. ;
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''r4 and fate were eloquently) ptfiHr'ayeil U % 1
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A few mlnutea fator Lhepreacher, 1 make money fact A

I yY H L. BROWN MANAGER.I reaching another poiab\ 'of hla Ilia" The M apid way is to ,, '
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UaLISHtD BVSRV miDAVl, course, ask.-d: "Wb'JCiI'/f!; th.qftliypDoritV" ,: Elsewhere
+4'',, I ''t '"1 W_ ST PALM BIAOH. DADS OOUNTT, O"IDA. Gently nuJmiujft'; '!!q; nulgh Go, t'
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i', a-BSCRIPTIOH- PRICE II.OO'A YEAR.Bntt. bon the drunkard stUif?iu.'ark: -audiblewhisp@rt of Gras at t priced,'and then buy ..yourirand +
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the plucky .. You Gab buy -then IB I :>lngl* w
The surplus' In U. 8. Treasury
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES, thlt close of August shows that :1 if you wish. ,; :but you. get
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i I National. financial condition. The ea'ulpts about :
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STEPHEN R MALLORY $(),!lG5,812", an, unexpectedly large L I Li 3eacn '

r r Representative in Congress surplus. The 'total receipts were *j'i .... 'I:. ", .
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ROBERT W DAVtSr; 148,005,812, and the expenditures( :

I State.Supreme 112,050,000., 1"lIt'e81' the For total the receIpts same monthof were .oSta.d 1nIck..ou. I Inaadtarl" c", ,,,,,, ,,, '''' '''iii'''i';rimtnin; ; 'tift n iPl'-' '

;'d '1 Court Judge 145,304,125: and the expenditures

rrl WILLIAM A HOOKER 130.351,407, a surplus of a little The of j
i
1'I' I 10,000,000, Tbe big ..surplu/'last i Mystery; ; | : .1/

r, 't Secretary of State mouth has been attained in the face 1I
II CLAY CRAWFORDState of the cut made by Congress;. t In the : /

: Comptroller way of wiping off tbe books the I, Don' MISS 'THE FIRST CIAPTERtrrrNNNN !

ALONZO C GROOM taxes Imposed on. account- of the I a Safe

k ,( Railroad Commissioner war with'' Spain. This act of Con I .NNN..............**.. I, S l i

vj? N R HUDSON BURR grew decreased tbe receipts by some The first installment of this story will .

JEFFERSON_B BROWNE thing like 0,500,000 a mouth. In. in TKe 'Tropic 'l.'SuIi September 19th. =_
fact,, In July, the receipts of the internul I -

County.. '' revenue fell more, than that;, ------ -- for new Pall
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Representative figure, aa a result ,of the cut. In The committee in, charge/: of the :
offering 4oun
are J
I i GRAHAM W KING August; the, reduction was not so Labor Day festivities duserveji great WHAT THE i :
i'
Treasurer large l The ,increase, customs receipta deal of credit for the able and PIIOcesgful : Hats Shirts,

o C H RAUL.BRSON was over 15,000,000, showing manner in which they manAged s PRESS i f|

that they); country is buying more the program last Monday, and .................. prices. -;;
Tax Collector heavily abroad each wonth. Several the orderly way in which it was carried : GO ?;1
.: THOMAS J HARDER Col. T, M. Weir, the ; regardless of
weeks: .ago Secretary Shaw : out. ]_ commissioner, informs the
I
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Tax AssessorRICHARD.M asked' the banks to be ready to meet he does not want to be f| $3 to $5" oh Suits, H
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:L I SMITH any emergency by increasing their The people of Dade county will tbe St. Louis exposition.

circulation. The National' banks give; .hearty, approval of the actionof business is, Tom baa good Straw, Hats.
q I County rat Commissioners District have notified' the Comptroller, that tie Board of County Commis- lieve' that the State will ==

j.r I F C'AICHER' tbs/fare standing ready to Increase loners in appropriating 9300 to bo $50,000 appropriation for f| Moneya:

their'circulation by''fl2250,000. used in the preparation! ) of an exhibit -I that, he anticipated putting ,
'I' and District I from Dade county, for: the State and be will stay at home I'' you need:: = '

''i _I / GEORGE W LAINHART Fair at. Lake City next November boulevards for the grand ::::
( IMPORTANT MATTER., county of Hillsborough 'at .
/,1'
3rd District / Kflv.E. V. Blackman will represent '
The 1U02:. is mlle'-1'ampa Tribune, '
+!' year rapidly passing
l' : R B McDONALD the county at the Fair. ,
N'g//
and in a very few months our winter s
? 4th District visitors'will' again; he with'us. The With tbe orange groves :
JOHN SEWELL return' of the Northerners will Rice Culture In Florida. into bearing, with good = '' =:!'
The extension of the rice plantation 6ne the round .1 Wet Palm.Beach' '
'k' gardens year' :::
District increase the of
5th greatly population
f S A BELCHER) West Palm Beach, and give a de- than has done any other more for teceut the state development of Louisiana oCher all sound directions olthe hammer, with every-the 1 I l jl ..li41ill 1 'JIIAlit111'I' C;

I Members School Board clded Impetus to business generally. agricultural, interests., and the time! can use a tool, with s f 70,000 I
1St District Local residents will have very little seem propitious for reminding the general building going up, and .
B B KING time to devote to anything but the public that Florida baa lands ag homes, with more students

labor entailed by the invasion of rlcheq ually suitable and more advantageously ever before, DeLand seems,to

2nd District visitors and it is therefore not .out situated with respect t to, Iran spot talon lng an era of prosperity she Palm Beach July: 4. JOO:J l's;
,,. \ J C HARRIS of place just now, and indeed it Is than those which bate added so before tbe freeze. Not a a.
I much t> the tax books of our sister Stafb. da ON A, -
3rd DistrictW most timely to draw attention to has a brighter prospect

M-BUR DINE the fact that the sewer regulations; There before a million, have acres been, practically planted with worthless Vice- has, today.-DeLand Mews. HUNTING:; 1

Justice of the Peace require that. all private'' residences, and the demonstration made that they I"i ;PARTY'' -
3rd DistrictH business places, etc., must be con- are among the most valuable farming The> success and
P BRANNING nected with the new system by December lards: of the State-we have several'mil- I most advanced portions of ok your Hamper'wlth

let, three months' hence. lions of the same character at the priees i day Is largely due to a to' Eat' 'i .
I tising of their
advantages.
A tree from the' Panama Isthmus ; This provision came up several prevalent ten years ago. This fact dots ledge should be sufficient to d'Turkey i
months at meeting of the not speak well for our enterprise-we Dried Beef n
4 bears a round red fruit as large/: aa ago to unusual efiorts to take
an apple, and the Juice of this fruit I town'council and at that time U was tbe ehould situation'Lave needed and conditions example might, because have such opportunities as the ; Potted Sausage Chicken, at

rubbed on meat renders it tender. urged; that some action should be I fair affords. Our county
been evidence Chicken
enough, but It is a reproach Tamdlie J1
1 It would be of priceless value to taken to induce property owners to i that we still 'wait after the experience may do much toward- aiding Ueina Baked Beans

Florida. make the required sewer' connect .of another became available couraging a movement in Cream Cheese'. .,.
ions before the winter; rush cornea for our enlightenment.In" Will they do it. and thereby Currant Jellj a

Tbe Tampa :Tribune auys it is on. what other State.'of the Union do they are not unmindful of /Sweet Pickles i '

; currently rumored throughout the Nothing was done, however, and rich landabear weeds only when theyare an4 future prosperity. of the ,a delightful a'eQCCP88.., b
today the situation remains just the offered at leas than a dollar Crystal City News.It '
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a State that the J. Nv C. Stockton In. per acre Grdceiieij '
t finance in Duval county is going to same as it was last April. and need only inexpensive ditching! t In > ', '. '
\ what other State of the Union can there i I" evident that the late ''
5 of the
J establish a big morning paper in Section sewer ordinance par Coupon Book
be found hundreds of thousands or acres marked the beginning oC 'a ; ,
i Jacksonville to buck the Times-Ua- reads as follows:
of Ibt richest lands that can be bought lo the political history of
ion and Citizen, which l is regarded "The seRer nnectl< n of private and made ready for the plow at less than fact it Is not too much to say ; .

1 '4 as friendly to Mr. Taliaferro and residences and other' property .shall) five dollars per acre when a,>trunk road registered the transfer of the r
antagonistic to Mr. Stockton be made not later than December travels dowu 'the entire length of the power of the state for which i ; / ,

s I 31st 1002: at sub point or points tract within easy 'distance of any' pointof tidns! .we're opened two years 'A'M' J O.A' \ '.? '

Out in Fremont, Neb., the young as the committee shall designate. it? Yet just such a body extends br'WJi"nt victory of Governor ',I I ft ,' '
down the east coast from Lake The coktrot of the Democatie g ,
ladies have organized the "Young The cost and expense of said connections Harney I
to the rich into bands, and ls l
Everglades, as tbe Mlssiiwlp- passed new I
Woman's Reform Union," for tile if not promptly paid by red I
nevi
pl bottoms, bearing only grasses, easy of stayuhere until the
the of the
of correcting the morals of owner property connected,
purpose drainage and with a Florida heaven been fairly tried and found ,
; their gentlemen friends. In future shall be charged and collected In the above it-ready for rice, can and that is toady until they commit
T
\ any gentleman: caught, entering or same' mauner and by the same process vegetables- der that all parties, must Irrigation: i

1 coming from a saloon will.bo boycott as the taxes of the town are What,the rice fields have1 I done for make after being in power any Anything In '

*]. Every man having, bad collected and if after the expiration ol Louisiana these lands. may do for Flori- able length of time. The needy fI' ylti, '.; '
habits will be watched by a com- three roonthsofter said 3l'st> duy of da, but the right man with the 'dollars nouncement by the a '
: Co: :
;
mittee of the Union and hilt evil I December, 1002, there shall remain must come to claim his own. Shall we polls of Hon.J. N. C, ; ." .
not hear from him soon.-Times-Union deny for tbe United States : ; '' u ';
( doings will be reported to bis best any private operty'wlthlD' the /FLA. :'
< girl. sewer limits of the town of West and Citizen. Taliaferro's successor was .il'
Palm Bench, on which plumbing ----- sequel to tbe victory,of tbe ( Marine.'JRatilwdyri"; ; J j
1
A 'New" Idea. polls. It is early to make an
work, has not been
,1 Speaking of that Falstaff of fruits. commenced or ,
The following taken from the Miami ment, but, Mr., Stockton ) .
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: completed it shall be the "
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Smooth of .
the such
4.,, Cayenne pineapple, duty Metropolis\ is a new and novel idea. We good reasons for his haste.- ...............-......*.'
is here enthusiastic the committee to cares tbs ,.
BH grown an proper respectfully submit it to local Valley Gazette. .
our socie- .
"l.BO nee ... .
Day, ,
writer has said: "The pineapplewill plumbing work to be done without tyyleadera: t i tea
by W.ek'e. jventh
i, win out; it will not go stale on a further unnecessary delay, and theIst .I "A novel entertainment was given riot The; :-t:" Again. .i :.

\ pallid appetite like a watermelon at thereof with ten per' cent added .' long ago in an Ohio town by a girl who distressing iatal ..
Another and
j': C'br'etmns. It Is no demitassee of shall he collected wltb the townt Is constantly bringing up somethingnew "
bile accident ia reported ,.
c sugar: water pleasing tbe Frenchman ties against; tbe property, her hosts under of tbe friends.sun for This the pleasure of Branch N.'J. In trying to : Hotel:> j!:,

tt.ifi: or the inocnoas pink sap of Provided, however, that for good i was a progressive while crowing the Park'
hammock .
'I ? ,, the ,melon to the African. It Is a cause Known. tbe committee may certainly make party 'which would over the New YOlk and Long ,BU>CK
a delightful :
I',,: s 1 fIj' fruit of character, which appeals to :tend the time of payment of t said beret A dosenhammocks were evening hung Railroad tracks on' Tuesday, !:' :
the Anglo-Saxon/: because it offers costs:and shall uourJ"'the collectorof through the grounds and in each were Matthews, president of the ;ieto n i:

Y" ,..,fr 1 'i" I' forc to force. It leaves on hIs said extension.:" seated a pretty girl;and a Company, of Jersey City lost .
young
man.
'
b' J)'I'J{:, tongue, tbe incisive tang; lightly It should be understood that only Bach young man was Instructed to makea his machine and it plunged! AIL Rooms' Lighted, : "

k, :, ) ; ,. ';,\ vellfd under the mellow farewell of propert.y' owners. In front of w os.i. + proposal of marriage to tbe young'lad, I th railing*'; rails, broke thirty-five through feet and : r {I ,. With Gar ;.,. ;,
';I ;I old Amontillado. It la a fruit robust property tbe sewers pass, will be' required -'|lat his aide and at the end 0'- IIv.-minI Matthews was instantly .

; ? but kindly."-Ex. to make the connections. 'I,I men progress, a bell to! thee gave( next tbe signal hammock for him 19 I I I heavy machine falling upon Room, : ,

I'I'A' There Is yet time In which to do this''f1>ie declaration of love was made again.where IJ., H. Cobb of Richmond, Va. ...,................... \:
drunken man staggered; Into work: but none too much..! The'*Allowing/ a little time for lapses thej)N his guests, died later at the t7 J

;: church one 8it rda, and sat down services of the plumbers wilt soon be twelve hammocks visited 'will ,occupy at' Memorial= Hospital: and ::" "

'.I fn tae pew of one.of the deacoiie.t Id great demand, and it will simply I Ibe least two hours. Then the girl place Pizxini, her sister-in-law, Is AT'' WORKS;: ,I :!(
'4a a box their votes as to the best and be 'dying. Rev. Father=
Tae preacher was discoursing about a question of 'first come: first
I the worst proposal and tbe prizes a*. Pnullst Church, New York, .. .to.t
Ifot popular vIceM. Soon her served. It therefore behooves all
previ awarded' to the heat and the ;
"booby. from shock and brulsea.: The ; Bow Boat .
and
excln ned. "Where Is the drunkard those who have not 'yet complied There Is no end of fan occasioned hy a Dingby., (, ;

y" ?' The drunken man was Jus with the 'faw" to do so at the earliest i i!;;jolly many crowd times repaid and the for tbe hostess trouble will she be 'juries'Rudolph,. a.h..leaped Meyer escaped to the with : .or. hauled Out; ,!

far enough gone to tbink the call possible moment. Ij I goes to In giving the entertainment." the*machine plunged over the *' tAtii3 ,
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P''iil.w ,, CH K mRls 11/1 [ go over there. but they can coma GO TERHARDWAIR;
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horn (laughter and great applause] -- } 'f;
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,as and we bid them welcome with open -
if qtr r --- hearts. I can look over their Country!! -

bat there! 1* something In the -trod I. .,, 0OG. () O B-E R..S r
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y, of Statesmen.In Their?!. , ,. +1' :
precedents, that does not permit the NOtES OF NQtABLES. .. .
Lighter Moments:. |'president to go< outside the United I r '1

'/j, mates. during his term of office. [Ap- Henry Ernest Cotiperkthe drat secretary FER "
'It '11..J But as' we do not hold offlco" ,nt Hawaii, laps!\ ) arrived In ,San I : ]
e L'". Fvs.ld.at. MeKlnlay'a Rare, all the time here Daughter"" we 'wilt'' FrnnclBco to place O Ion at school In N, .

',9treak ot Humei.- When DlgnltUnb.nd..COuosrninp ;,, .J nave an opportunity of going there In I BC1'k 'II'Y. I""

: the Laughter', 'thefuture.." David Turple, 'fort '*rly United States '

,'' of Children:-A Candid Irishman on/ 3, The above are fair samples of the senator from IndjtMa, is pa suing his j : :tJG'

P -'the' Wl*-* Stand-Bent n's Pointed I humor which gives Mr. McKlnley' declining years ii/.iMa/: comfortable In- ,. It.. ",.

Anoodot* How a Town Cam. to IntdrjapeeoheB/ue' w'cbarnuA dlanxporiarhome.! /ty '' :I'

Get a .....* Mdloulotia, Name. :Candid.. Witness. A young Danls'ji uthor named Mad-, o.. S. Hacker Son euuuAAUUAUIUAuu. .sue. 4uuu.iuuAUAA. ,":,
Cjniinlurf,; once exclaimed: "Bav*.'me son fell downstaJ-J In his house In Oo- I : ,11

,[Copyrlgfct, 110$. by Champ Ct.rILI from tbe,caijdld ,friend!" :Iu a witness. 'peuhaxen recent)4 and was) choked to W. HELM, W, BROADWELL. M. D., Physician and Surgeon {,

\*In his easay.on Baeon, Macaulay says: 'however, candor, Is esteemed, a virtue I le"Ub7\ his hi*, f collar i Registered Pbarjnmclnt,office In Dru Store.COTTAGE .1'r. :' I I;
"One ot the most remarkable,clrcum-i lurid'case' 'ParleCli ,
During the trial df a at General De Wet objects) to being .
stances la the history of Bacon's mind : ''
)I. the order la which Its power.' expanded >ri.l'wai In disputethe (trial ;judge l' Post BO'referred,to him and CITY 'PHARMACY : 4f

themselves. With him the fruit utid' an Irishman, "Mr. Curls/ ,,,'If a subsequently withdrew, the phrase at IIEIM ''' ,
l vame fret ,and remained Hill the last. .trarrgee: were; to come to you nnd ask the Door general's request: & BltOADWlSLL .' "," 1
+ The bjoa) soms did Hot)! appear u6tH late. 1 Proprietor. "
r yoa.boiv much the land In' litigation .Colonel W Heckcrt of Toledo, 0., Is 1au
C ID general the development of tbe fancy worth; What would you'tell him 7" The doing his best to prove that Yankees I r I'

Is to, the development of the Judg; ti itncl3s".turndd'i \ lilii head and, with'' a] are not the greatest Inventors. He i r I,
went what too growth of a girl Is tot smll tipoh till face''nud',' '' With i. rich, ,
him already| patented. 130 of hip notions Dealers in Reliable'' diciues and Cbemicals.A
the growth of a boy. The fancy attains ple"'/ a'nt'brogur' \ / replledu 'Well, yoaf and Is brimful of ideas ,yet : j

at on earlier period to the perfection honor, 'If\! stvanger, were to, ask me, I Dr. William M. Bcnrdshear the pres ,
of Its beauty 'Its' and Its I_ .
power would nay/'Noi a cenle'thnn.I5poo/ MANUFACTURERS
Ident of tbe Iowa State Agricultural OF PULL LINK JF-,
f rultf ulneas. and It Is first to ripen t
aa
t out> te a friend worn to,ask me the same college, who has Just died, was an '
i It Is also first to fade. It has generally Doors Sash Perfumes Goods
quostlon 1 would say, 'Two thousand Rubber
,Ohioan by birth and was one of the ,
[lost something of Its bloom and fresh- dollftr.' J j.' a 'lontf'price fof' It.; The ,; youngest recruits to ta ke'Plut In tbe Blinds, Mouldings Toilet Articles '
before tbe sterner ( have Cigars and
pees faculties -
court, ," and ,spectators laughed at the 'chill war :. ,
reached' maturity and Is commonly 'aiJx. hlclMW. 'and' thtr witness-was excused ''Is your respected mother still alive -AND- and Stationery. Tobacco "
withered and barren while those faculties liouest man, BuildingMaterial
I
asaa May she teach you, discretion," was ,
.mr I retail all their en lVY. It Tile:fiends l .t'..' Phi*, the reply of Uus Makoonen to a Parisian CHARLESTON S. C. 2-itt PALMS BLOCK WEST PALM BEACH. '.
rarely; happens that the fancy and the> 1 =
flftofnasllarf, Benton1.' ,the great Missonrlan -, reporter who asked blm Whether '
;Judgment grow together. It happens ;; 'TTTTTTTTTTyTTVTTTTTTTTTTTaTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTCITY .
ta" South.
{ still the ,"' whop to borrow a little prize the Abysslnluns liked the English( or Largest Factory .
more rarely that ;judgmentgrows
faster than /the fancy. This rl_g'jau'Tabvep vheWth: belt for lamest I I l the French better. Send for Prices

r sJv'ins, 'however to have been the cased cobtlunou s rvl<--4l'tn the senate ot the f, Charles M. Schwab baa doubled bis : MEAT :MARKET '
---- -- --
With Bacon. Ills boyhood and youth Unlfr\8tattuntll r.ire"18\T."MI. gift of 105.000 to the Pennsylvania

appear to have been singularly sedate. Justlu! ,II. Morrlll begunrliU tbirty-flrat j i li State college It Is also announced AGENOYCONTINENTAL Florida and Western Meats, Poultry, Game and Eggs. o "
Ills gtgantla scheme of philosophical yuiy) 6f ,!! ulleCu'tIv'tt.' lie"ItaB! ; not that he Is to, build a residence for ,
1
with/ 'keen., humor the Rev A. the first Mail Order Receive
reform la said ,by some writers to hare blcwted a'very 'sviue of Eugene Garvey Careful Attention.
but hq. Bometln< used .a savage bishop, of the Catholic diocese of Altoona '
been planned before he :was 15 and was
undoubtedly planned while he eras soft of .sarcAHUKiiiipt! > ,keen\'uttlnll'.lIklt t' Pa. ,-.-Iet Jefferson, Block, WEST, PALM BEACH.J. .

still young. He observed as TllI'llonu't. thitof George'iQrahiim' YeNVor' John : The champion sneezer of Pennsylva :i I

meditated, as deeply and ;Judged as JawM intxallur; but literally flesh teat nun Is John Hamilton a druggist of I, PLANT COMPANYOf
temperately when he gave his first Ing. ''Mbre1'jiropwiy! : srreaKtttg, It wad I New Castle .While at work on a pre1 1 j
fliMli'oruliiUntf' and bonebrooding., UB scrlptlon he felt a sneeze coming on '.
work to the world as at the close'of' bIll B. ICGINLEY &
GO.ss
long cureor. But In eloquence,' In sweetness most! fdrdlalI' 'bat" 'Prcsldeuf! Johd and to steady: himself clutched a rail- I| Kittrell, N. .C. : .

and variety of expression and In Tyler aud aU pews ivoika.' Bt-Imt a Jack; Ing. The force of the'..oceze was so .... i
richness ,of Illustration .hla later wrIt. son Defl1o pat ofJ llrn1C? .t elklwerttype,. great that It threw his shoulder out of '

l logs are far superior to' those of his th* feud between': ,Tyler and Henry lay; ': JointI I' STRAWBERRY PLANTSU'abbage Strictly :First.Class .. '

youth." aiicU npulon; wlt'1I11eUg1It. For entirely I No one has amassed millions 10 rapIdly Touiatn and Cvlerf, Pl.nl .
Tbe late president's'case la as ..trangeas different ronrfons! the" Mlflttourlsii. and as Mr. Alfred Belt tbe South Af- I HouseTurnishings: ;.

that ,of Lord Bacon. That Mr. McKinley Ksntuclflatf: tdugbt'r'ylet's 1 Bt-heuie fur a rican millionaire who t. reputed tp be UUf.\.TJUN PINKS N
should have lived till past ,58without'showing fiscal corpoeatloutlHi Jattei'. because Ty-1 the wealthiest man In the world. Ills A Speciulty. 1 ;

<< even a "color" of humor let wo\.llltnM got tal',eaQuwlJ to,nit and ';Wealth Is auld to exceed 1000000.000 We handle Row and Flowering PI fin la lot Draperies. Window Shades,
the.-forinen because ha went tOOl far, O. I.. 1'ober, Olen St Mary Fa. .
as the miners would Bay, and then t and tbe whole of this colossal fortune I j|I
should suddenly ,enliven his speeches Benton belabored!/: tbe pre ll1ent'. propo- | 'Was'made within a period of twenty. A share of your petron.gesohciled. Wall Papers,

with It la a marvelous manifestation of sIClou wtlL" ) great: vigor and greW relish/! 'eve years I I Ij I MAIL ORORR3 PROMPTLY "!.I.RD *' ,

the human mind. As late 04 Christmas lni*' alia he'Jirmppd'bnMt' bvfcnnne the J AddreM FHANK C'OHK, Wickers Japanese
nahiefor Tyler's( 'f lI tftu\l&n' "I\\I us too I| I ,
week 1800 lion. Channcey Mitch PLAYS AND PLAYERS. l-n-tf P. O. flax I..... wilt Palm Bench FaA .
ell Depew who. I 'take It, Is the fluent long and' too lodel'ouoi; To illustrate 1 I and Enamel Goods.
Judge of, humor and humorists' now on ulA Idea, ni.told Ibis',tale/ to a omler-1 Barney Gilmore has returned from ,M
told Ing and /llu'I'Dk'sbuat et! visit to the lakes of Klllarncy. ''t
terra firma me that Mr. McKInley a summer C. Dittmar '
'was totally destitute a sense of humor "Tb.' lt1m.lltl1to.!' ) long,'alP, too |long" ,'"' Freight Prepaid Anywhere: in Dade County ,

but the brilliant Junior senator all' Out In the Missouri river country i HIr..Uugh P. McNally has written a Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH
a friend of mine sir, ,built a uingnln- t DKALKR IN
from New, York had not then reuj the three act musical comedy'entitled"Eureka 1.11., -
'speeches 'made by Mr. McKinley ou' hla c !nt'steahiboat, sir-a ..plendld floating' ." -- ,

Sour to the Pacific coast In 1001. palace> sir. Being lot French! extraction AliceNielson -Hoiiffli an(l-
| la back to this
coming ------------.
: he named her La Belle Creole out ------------.
No Loss of Dignity) country to sing In light opera under ,
of lore for sunny France. She wits the' rt
I freely confess that .the late ,presi : the management of Klaw A Erlanger CRAYONS s
I: utfiifof/ his eyes and the pride of his liamben. WATER COLORS.
dent's, ,performance: ,In this regard heart; but, air, the name-was too long! .Sadie Martinet may play an enguge-. Dressed. .:- ,'
4 caused "'In m.' a grateful feelingteward' for the practical folk, who live on thebanks ment in Londgn under' the management : '
'him: Eor" the "deloctutluu! of tbe mighty )Missouri sir, and of her husband, Loull Nether- RIeH1RE. RESLER t

'and, lets ua fervently hope tbe Instruction they proceeded' to take''liberties with sole. Singles. Doors, Sash, Blinds # ,
of this /generation he deinOnstratid -' tEat naui*.'isir, and curtailed,;!It to- theCreole 1 Eddie Foy the comedian has died a

tbat a statesman Is not ex which, not being au fait in petition In bankruptcy. Ills liabilities, : photo nahen. '
pecessltnte as. dry aa dust! that VeniHSs > French', they.. pronounced the Cre-owlf he soys, are $4,000 and he has no a'sj Mouldings. Brick, Lima #

) moat powerful officer! under the sun .Finally, being vconourical of time and aetl.I I

may Inject ft- little,, refreshing humor' worlds air, they still further" curtailed j I Hupert Hughes author of "A WoodenI and Builders' Hardware CLEMATIS AVENUE''

+d Into his speeches! without load 1 of dig It by calling her tbe Owl! So that my I Wedding," has sold u new- four act : Opposite Masonic Temple.
nlty. '.rLat"1 a 'vast and Incalculable ,frIend's magnificent boat went up and play to Wngenhala & Kemper: for Miss

go ..to the' world foal ,ttbere I Isa down from $!t. Joseph to New Orleans i' Blanche Walbh.' FORT PIERCE, FLORIDASPROUL'S '

,couiHree. army of embryo. statesmen '' all the Owl) The same thing will..hap[ :M. Coquelln Is maintaining his reputation : West Palm Beach, F1a.G. .
r who are practicing to be solemn as0wU pen! air to the president's great fiscalcorporation as a philanthropist tie has -
,, because they have been thoroughly sir!" ;Just contributed-one-third- the cost ota ---------.------------.

l Indoctrinated- with the Idea' that "80W. Tall. home for: sixty: disabled players.'The I EXPRESS
solemnity I he aims. non to th4 presidency '
qua "
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Apropos of Bentonvs La )Belle Creole Motor Girl" iB tbe latest of A. GALE
C. C. CUTTRELL
Y My mother uliMl when I was only ;3year 1c story, here Is one handed me not tbe genre announced 'trom London. KurnUure moved, Baggage!:; "

: old. ang the, woman ,who"",rented long In 'tiro ago 'early by a commercial days of Kansas tourist an: enterprising I this where country Louise,Is, Beainlet to hove,the known chief well-In role. transferred done and !general MANGONIA BOAT WORK'r. ,:
r me was always bidding' me 1191 fo'lau..b. dray Inn at reasonable -
t ."' becaiise us she jwt'omply assert: trader located bU little store rates.Two.Seated, .
ed..."(ScorsxWashfngteiii never!! lauglid"aud. -' 'at a crossing place on one of 'the river i ORCHARD ANO ,GARDEN. I C r.; C. CUTTIIELL, )Ju'lIugt>lo.

9, : nil she bad i aT'co'uflrmod l ablE of ,tbe.,frontl r( sand In time*the- place CarriageOr Shipwright Caulker and Maker.
{ of enforcing J her commands with ,a" spine to,bo known as "Smith's Ford,"' I For planting always buy young trees Single Buggy O O Spar
,
which name attached to the 'village pot too l targe.I .
with :tan
ti hickory laughed only the
sly until I ,grew sb large that laughed that Afterward grew; up at the plno' ,I I Proper trimming gives the' fruit a For hire by hour or day. MARINE RAILWAYS

t both her adujonltlona and or gads to With 'prosperity came pride. and the bettor chance to develop. Leave order at ManIla( House./

scorn. Tnse.. she has mixed up tb.blpgrephy.ot leading citizens" grew dissatisfiedwith I'I Kupld lowing trees have II' softer Iz: -u and ,Boat Shops.. West Side of Lake,
.Coun the< commonplace name of, tbe bark thun slow crowing ones and are i
!ieFntpq oft
Jhf
try with that of the (:,Saviour but .lie town. They Anally instructed their lens able to resist l dtseuse. ------ at :MANGONIA.:

i believed / fir: .;Jn'assertion and member of tbe, state leglsluturo to secure I'' lied elover'bt' one of the best plants Ertimatea" ;/urnlsbed! ( on New or' Old Work.

stoutly maintained! that (, ,would for1-, the passage! of a bill to change tbe | for the orchard. It keeps the, ground Louisville &NaslmEe! Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer.fW .

"g' ever renpslq (In 'Jibe shadow K I went name' wf th* place front Smith's, Ford I loose and enriches! end shades, ", .
..l/oot 'wafting the echoes With my} to one they dM-ldecb is '"fl1<' enU.*' I,i i, 'Tin-/Uli-Uni-l lui-k l waluut., pecanand All Work Done With Neatness'and' Dispatch.IiSEA .

iuxhtmialloim.: (It'v is me'to lUls dll' pretentloii. ,asd .I'I.a4)1IIttl Kvutello, linirermilt, ; never .'I<'.'el'<1 If truospluiUtHl RAILROAD SKIFFS A SPECIALTY n-l-oa i ikoisokokokoito

to thinkof! the pleasure of which/ she supposed to have been abe uuuia of \\'hen. lurite They are better A .1
Moms foreigner who bad ,once visited .-- -- -
puwlttJagfXfteprJyed, / : hje pluuted as nuts where .they, are to First-Class Serv1C8
than little '
manjtlleaeagt \ town. '
a roan*. I' hare heard/ ; I atund. ieokokokokokokokokokoieokokokokokokokokoko
,sound |n my day' Including ",weet; 'In'' due course the bill became a law, In pruning roses, cutting back closely and QuickSchedules r

\street Home" sun* by the Incomparttble and for. a brief time the "leading cltI1 produces, as a rule1, fewer blossoms of

y ble Patti!, but thorniest, pleasant mug 1 I ens" were happy. But pride Goes before finer quality/ while those mot BO closely to I National Bank of the State of Florida d i

siq'that'ever" fell 'apoi 'my 'ear la th..lal.htel'ot ,a tall. and their,,surprise and die pruned will bear a larger number of '

chlWren 'especially of ray .gust were Indescribable when the.people mailer flowers.It Rlrmlnxbatn, Nashville, o
1 own children.. of all the region around there Evansville; Chicago, 0
la better to cut away the dead o JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASTATE *
) titer through Ignorance or malice,
A e.rvieeitp( ,HemaitJty.So unanimously, pronounced poke Use wood, even if the tree ,Is disfigured Louisville;Cincinnati o- Is?
I repeat the statement that President than to allow It to remain. !This! is St. Louis and all points 2
new arlatocratto name Sow TaiLI f j' AND CITY DEPOSITORY
especially true of the which West nod Northwest
McKinley has rendered'njaoklnd' : I, {lIt l II ueedlesa .to add that the next peach,,
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0 great and positive service l>y bis hu' legislature was appealed to for further thrives under severe cutting back. Mobile, New Orleans and all o fo

i mor. relief. CHAMP CLARK. I Points Southwest. JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. THOMAS P. DENHAM, Cashier 8

r1 t Hare ti'1t'some samples.. At"" Monte-h._ THEFASHIONS.. Thro, gh ticket: via the Louisville & JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. i i
t.f, Da'' Ire said Inter aUar"I Ji o
Railroad Coupon
Had tb Hick Priced no.r."Ica Nashville are old by all o te a qi
sal greatUavMd) : tomeetwilh Long silk mitts' In black whit.galu
or *
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looks'-oxactly "Ilk* a lynx" Bald Ticket Agents in Florida.For : A Banking Business of East Coast Bminess Men Farmers
civil
: the veterans Wt t)>+ war and.my. in favor aa the season advance o n
the 'landlady after the nw boarder ,cb&d..le..te. and sleeping-car: .aiu1 Fruit-Growers Solicited. '
comrade tit, the Grand Army of the Deity of cream white doeakln finished g 1
bad left the dining and she > Y
ftcpubltc. War In.menwjr| to be preferred room was with buckle. of Norwegian sliver .reservations apply to oKOKostoltoaloato.tokostOKOKOKOKOKOrOKoatoKOKoatoKoatoatoe 0

to war l In motion. The,",ih&ytbatHbaa alone New with York her for nephew the ,flr.t't1me who was visiting "He: ate worn with costume of white wool: J. M. FLEMING oROK t

exploded Is sa/er than when The Florida Axent., L. & N. R. R,
fashion of fastening a verlarge Passenger
has ;just the lynx eye, and his earUd
unerplod'ed. Is a" 'deal'more
It: good
306 West St Jacksonville, Fla.
bow of ribbon ou tbe left side of the : Bay ,
notlc them ,
you They were pointed
comfortable talk about the than I ;
to war, with a sort of tassel on their tip. corsage now seem ,to. be 'universal. .'C, I* STONE, OFFICIAL and LODGE SEALS
It la to take part In the war (laughter
h Your and) once brought: home a lynx Ribbon three Inches wide 1* often used Gen Pass Ag't Louisville Kentucky. Rubber Staffls '
aIN
safer.. and applause] J"hd very much pear* ,kin froraCanada.where.he.had bee' in making these ble.Foulld'cboux. r TO ORDER. '

I 'y| ten much ILaqabrtr.r.7L"ber.llIbo-peril la' Iti.: anirjhe' VventsOt nunyng.j sThy heat was mount id,,ai>4. ::1, The huge flapping brlma'of some of TWELVE HOURS .
do you know,'eeery time I looked at the latest French millinery obscure
war 'lose nothing by time We rare- that man 1 tu dto: 'think of that bead.lB.'t the wearer's features. The broad W. ARTSON, OF ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Works
'ly ever podentat the story" of our be'ugly though"* brims are usually semltraosparent and. Stamp
We IIsht'par I Ibtm't
cblavemenfs. Laughter. ]
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Y%' bsttlrs better twtftgM them at TJut; aunty yon 'Were pleasanter to whether of straw crinoline, or neapo '. TAILORING GUY I, METCALF, Local Agent. 224 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla.MANON'S. ,
*
an' any' of the boarder tonight Itan braid show a fancy plait.
|opg distance,.' and suxw ,off'our herolft l;
and; even asked hIm to,be helped twice j'to' | Black Is still worn extensively. Semitransparent All Its Branches
'dveeture.1d forgotten: la
(JJ.aucbter.J
t ,
tho' potato *r' ejaculated the black textiles, such'segrenadine
I That. Is to'toy; comrade Of ,th..i tf> Factory tall, O1T
S nephew a* h. a lump of sugar voile etatnlne "'end1I0lne
dropped albatross '
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else tHOVe"tDayHt.
nobody\ -
ItaaghtPt
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Into his opflr/ .*, I Bilk,muslin, act, etc., arc almost Invariably aCa.
Pd'so.WTet Olllce And Hiklen-
border .
At Et the line
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'' PRESSING CLEAXIN3- orfi
,c't betwld'tb Mexican' a "American>e r !'Wb7.Qf courMl Poo't' yoo know -mounted over white-silk or mercerized anoll'sGuava GU VA JELLY I room 4ii W. BuyBminch ,
hV got that front room on tile second batiste. Inlets of 8& .
cream or'ecru i
: OYEI ANDiREPIRINB I I '
j. publics, he aeld'; t"j, -lot.'all to pee- floor'" r' I< ; "' '4
t tinted insertion are profusely employed Jelly HtnrM aoit'' y I'eta
1 CANDY
ognl> the esrdl.lweleoniewhkh, has I '* I In ill Tawas GiMt
"Oh; see, said the nephew a* h* bt'"a1'' of relief;-New York; Veit Belch oa
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.b"a; given to me by the neighboringbouestly lipped his coffee.-New York Tribune. Post Shop on olive also ii






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R UND ABOUT 'i A-MIl 7 1.IIrge and man tractaI. of rand for f ,7" II .The P. U. Building.The The people of Tallahassee are rejoicing pTOI.LL D. PRICE

fruits and vegetablea. Townley Bros. >lie> of of
t151t : Mr. M. C. Hardee of Fraternal UnionrBuildlng will because the Inauguration cheap "
;' Jensen, Fla.. ar. COVNSELLO r
--- I' Anthony Block.A v { s d: eY I rived in town taut Friday evening for a beg mi a't once.. At the 1nnt Bieeting A.no'I1lyser 'rates on the Georgia, Florida and Ala. aTTORNEY AND
1t i
UnIts of LooaA News Picked .,.4OLA: W .,'1 ,'r.'
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up ]
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hl You will be II watt too long visit with friends and to look after bis I, D: L I gbesME.} Jones ania,Raiway.KIDNEY{
sorry I
you and C. Beck jtere elected trust Will practice In nil the Court lI& te rod FiMlernl. -
Here and There. Tile early bird catches, the worm and pineapple interests ] Jr. I Hnnnlitl' lirobx. Lewd; '
ir tee with power;* raise the fundsanderect It ), ICoal g ai.waand
; comer full yi s
likewise the Brit gets: the first lots Mr. Cullen Fence spent last Wednesday
i (the build I \ 4 111 soon as prac Oftlqe'JlNUlII: : C, -I MIAMI. *%A,
Brie! Mention or Current Event Gathered cheap Townley Bros., real estate deal In West Palm Beach on business.Ths ..
ticable. The siniclurt Vilt( be four stor'e I ," ---4--- .
b<> THE SUN'S Ublqultou Reporter en: Anthony Block. e Association .
ViUwxe Improvement ,If.a ,
'high, the fund eceRSory bring' tlsmeYafoAlal w It. ANNO, ?
Week.;
During the held a IHIII evening to ,,
meeting Friday ,
I '
Ii Mlnpil ia justly proud of her up-to- '30,"fQTh. e "
t J I""i-q about more rock, oa. the A W.
placing .. for the TTORNEY..4 ToLA ,
date steam laundry. It ia turning out nl"'OIbe".re. crlhlutr CURE. ; ( "
Bi."' \pallia iu Improved sad uulniprovet road. There are three cars ou the side OfficeFront Room., liatuhettnuli.duy.' AsI', %
Qnt-ctaHg work at reasoHable price boiifl, which bear 5 |Vj cent'loter.Rt.1 J *< I-
1 'ty, property Townlev nro, Aulhov track now and more ark expected.Cbas Ml.'n1' Florida. ': ,.n- rveK.
been obtained ; !
Give it a trial. It located at the cor. After the Huhjcrl| tlbnsyiave There la no disease,, BO Insinuating : ,

'J i ,t'v Block. net of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. .' W. Pierce la putting i ont au acre in dram) and Dade. county, men- J ,sa slow but euro, as kidney dia- < ''fl.b 1 tw :. .

M C. B Jlonsblp (from! Bnrtow ba* "C'h'. !, )' ) 39lf )'II plne"pplt'Ihlcb., will belBolabed,, la hers of the order or others .nnInvesl'uieul ease, or ao:wide-spread. The symp loUii 'l i,. :r ,

..1'1'1.1Ill will\ set 'stn' ''niAnaj ..t of ''IliaMlnml Mr. Charges Freemen of Little River, 4 few days. '" T '' ""l'\0\ '.. ;,.will' l he allowed tq purchase. I escape tome are notloe.so Blight aa to generally r.u.. W"E'. ,... .'.... .",

Steam Laundry. anil'Miss Ethel 'Gllhain, of Kisslmmee, I Among the Boytgon'iisitors\ ta the Tlieiie will be very elegant F. t*. The ttrst Indications appear In .'

Mi\ je,,RXKOIN, and 1 bent C'r.1I an up-lo- the urine, with varied effects. The Office in PoetogiceBldrk..,

,It of &. itemher for New York where (lie Thursday of last week and are now ringer, M. p. Carson, Charles Larson, date opera house that will be a Joy to quantity may be increased or do., MIAMi FLi141) '.'\. ,
r creased I. likely to be highly eolorod lIT
,,4\\1 ,expect to remain a .month.I at their borate Little River where theyare W II. Harding C. S. Mulllhan, Roy the hearts of all lovers of amusement and; I'scalding; It may be paleor --ry-+ .

I 'J Mr' K* P. Maxwell, the popular clerk being overwhelmed with kind wishes Mulliban\ Gee lioness, Cullen Pence, Miami certainly is having gieatnem thin, or thick and milky with a F. ATKINSON', .

+, ', 'Ii1\\ itt Duclxe1 has gone to Urbanu, Ohio.hla congratulations.. Mrs. Prreman is F. N. Punk and R. H. Rousseau.Mr. thrust upon. her. sediment. Later on more pronounced a '
:
.\,': ,' ( riuer home, on a short visit a most lovely young lady, while her Charles, W. Pierce, the popul r --- symptoms will be present etc., ATTORNEV-AT-LAW. '
such kzalneaa bloatIng
,
", husband ts of tile An Important Invention.The as ,
sterling
M SH Ruby Luiwlter" will leave September one young postmaster here, returned home Tutsday with marked bladder and urinary NOTARY PUBLIC;
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nth fora short vacation, visiting men of Dade county. May their wedded night: from a delightful month's following, taken from Cleveland dlaordera. M1AMIFLe

::':. l LIll, Jacknouvillf Curtlcll and' At- life be a long( and happy-one-Oace outing In Heudersonvllle, N. C. His "Town Topics," will be of Interest locally by Poisonous the blood waste from all matter part.la of collected the eyeam 11lHlTG .,

r Irtutk., Oa. ola County Signal. many friend are glad to see bins once aa the Inventor mentioned law son *It separated and carried and lo test she out kldneye through, where the KO.: A. WO'CLI' <:Y. :

,. more at his post of duty. of Dr. W. P. Horton an extensive 'prop urine The kidneys deal with the blood
J. .. Frederick who bas been In chars; only, deriving nourishment there
AT-LAW.
County Corqinlssloners.l down. erty owner rear West Paint Beach: Henoe':: ,.ATTORNEr
a ', of t' railroad went lo Mr. W. H. Smith who has been from. It the blood la-ibed the
> > aurvey corps to make up The Board of County Commissioners with the fever for some time past, is "A few years ago Dr. W. P. Horton kidneys undorfed.are How not only overworked la It, therefore but 1'Orneral practice In 8ial and Poleral Counx..
St. anUHlln' Monday morning necessary .
; All burinraa entruvled will receive prompt" Ktention.
met In Miami on Tuesday In regular slowly improving. Jr., invented a method of ranting a that the purity and .".UlfoUbe .
T ?y bill port. I sLort blond anoukl be maintain ed. It I l.plaln Office, Brown building, Ave< n..... llt,1tSt
circuit speaking
I electrically on
session. While the official minutes have f Mr, Frank Punk, better known as why: the great blood pane and.IrengthenerDr. '
M .a. Marie Kimh, formerly of Ocoee, Hacter Iron Tonloau -.
of the lace and thus side
the .
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t not been sent out for publication nerves MIAMI. -
of Miami boa been the of yet Homier, informs us that he still has alarge boon ...- nlly used In treating FLOR111-1t
gueat
now the vibration of pain caused .
the following ia by the tracking by kidney rllniaane and In prevtnungwm.
report given stock of "roast beef" hand.Mr. .
Min Jessie( Roper at New Smyrna for awed. on In purifying the blood the kldneyegreatly are --
dental operations fist the sensation
Minini. News:- I I : so relieved, while, at the__time,
... A. B Parker has started to set ... Sa H. RICHMOND
The Board of County Commissionersmet of suffering could not reach; the brain new etrenrth and vitality giventbM I Agent ,
The following totter tells
organs
out about ten In pineapples.To .
acres
Mr K. \V. Graves has alovbll family yesterday and were in session again His invention attracted widespread attention a very old story

iu from his farm and they are living today. I .. at the time and that this interest Plan bur,Kr. Ian 38,1SOXfi&rtor Perrins Grant Land Compasye'

in the .double cottage on Avenue C, nest At ymterJay's meeting the Board accepted Cure a Cold in One Day bRa spread throughout a considerable taD % JUMMM Ca. DagUm+ O.GsmriBBTOn UEA I. KSTATIi.COTLBR. .

to the church the bonds of the county trustees I I Ias I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets portion of the globe:: was aptly shown typhoid fever sUt t years bad a.go severe,wbkb case left of I 4.3m PLORIDL,

Byron Lsgnlter left Wedoemlay niorn- : follows\ : All druggists refund the money if this week by a letter received by Dr. my kidney ha bad order. I have tried .

lug: iv' >r New York, going/; ) by 'steamer W J atmnet treasurer ........., ..........fftO.OOO/ It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's .tRa. Horton from J. II. Spanlding, D. D. S.. a number of remedies and taken treatment I ----- -

fro: Jacksonville lie expects to be T N Haulier .......&..... ....,.................. 13.00O lure is on each box. 2.5 cents. of Part, Dr. Spanlding lt chairman of from flooton,but Dr.Barter's' Iron H taMI hed In .876 ) .lo i quaCapital '

,,\' goo: four months. H L Urookrr' ............. ..U.................. 1.1.0OG -- the European Advisory Board of the Tenle has done m* more good shan Stock $J 00000.00SOffiars
i eayyudngelse. U CrianKi.l, 1
The bonds of Messrs. Shone and
.71 M>. K, A. Fro cher, the candidate for Brooker are In the United Slates Fidelity (. I'h r COCOANUT GROVE GLEANINGS.The Natu-nal Association of Dental Pacul.ties' Uerehant sad Mine Operator.
Comp n;
I i .hl is of the most I U S. A. foreign relations committee. Brothers
popularis
tnar one & Guarantee" Company. Mr Gautier'' held their There are thousand of just such
Club
Housekeepers .- He writes 'in his official .
is youaft men 'III Miami. lira friends furnished a bond signed by several of' capacity.and oaaes as the above that are treated PITTSBURG.! riMN'A.Cornmissjon .
hi election. regular monthly meeting yesterday reminds Dr. Horton of a vLit to without results because they are
: '" pntlict I the most substantial citizens oC the September 4th. The members have Cleveland several :year ago, at which wrongly treated. Mr. Oordell's Merchants
Capt. Hani; who ha* Keen very ill condition resulted from aneThacat-
county. about completed the final arrangements'! time he was given a practical; demonstration .
for s K wet ka was in Miami, for the first This means that. the county is now inpoahbo to the and when lug fever; the kidneys, .. well as :Wholesale Produce Dealers'invite
in-regard' new
stage-: of the Horton invention "I
the net of the bad been
1 tine Tu.. lie II weak but is eyatem,
>ly. very work the
to begin on new from bade Cosmic
the winter will have the consignments
season ;
opens have often thought that this invention wasted bydi Pa8e. No wonder Dr.
imp'uvingevery day. home bridge and road Improve and Southern Florida of Fruits Ve ...
I court satisfaction of poaseeing'facilitita. to should be brought to the attention rf Barter's Iron Toulo promptlycnred >; 1'
in The Is available because enriched the tables and Produce, promialng prompt'
theirsent it
Ti v- r.rm..re busy putting ment. money immediately give first class cotertainmen's. the profession," be continues. "Thereis purified and
sales, at highest PitUbnrg prices: au.t,
G oeda. A avocado or will be as soon as a warrant > : blood, and such blood carried new '
great many peas books There is quite a good deal of to be a "very-important meeting of theAmerican trongtn and directly: to the immediate returns.W .

haw been shipped from their, can be lithographed and this will require talent of no mean order in this Dental Society of Europe a' I Kidneys and to vitality all the organs. *refer to this paper leading Dede Ccjntvhlppcra. '
small. lew days. f[ J.l// PitUtmnpBaakeendotbcrwcll' kiM>w.
Gua\aa are plentiful, though: tIOO'1 only a pity A Dramatic Club ought to Stockholm In August next and I should roc IALimyw8tsi.., ana.reliable ourcve of infomietioa.: ee to ouraiuocUl
Tbe bond of X. T. Carter as L mctheda.Incerpantee .
supervisor! etandlaic sad basins
Tl>. citizens of Miami who have next thing on (the program.Mr very much like to present your invention .
of registration was approved1 I ....
the for
miwd from street a I Harry Culberlnoo who has been to that meeting for its consideration:

back: MV" again made their appearance, The Board approved the road from In Frankfort, Ky for several has and to give a clinic ia order to show' its 't
and *>on all regular tesidents will be Cutler to the southeast corner of section: years v..ue.Voald send I .r;.
returned home. yon not me by express :
16 T 56 and R 39 and resolved to advertise Bad of Bay Biscayne! gS5L ....Prat
,, back. here, to my address, the entire ,.... taableY .
for bids for the building of a bridge Mrs C. B. Crockett, Jr.. who met with ;. .
", Tbs county examination. teachers Black creek. such a painful accident in Miami several outfit,.just as yon use it with instructions .
across
Is In this week and there is so that be able to lutelli- I '
progress The applications of W. N. Woods, weeks ago, is still confined to the boose .1. may Capital. $50,000;: .
man* M long drawn sigh", aa the applicants )). I gently apply 'these precious forces I
Chas. Watson and Elijah Meredith for :Mr. Ransom ia making extensive: improvements '
I FZbRYDA.This :
puule over the questions and will not ool'deIDODstrate before the :MIAMI: .
permits to sell liquor were granted. on his place (Pine Knot
anauers meeting at Stockholm the merits of -
The Board appointed Rev. E. V. Camp) putting up new buildings" new ..
:\1'. K 1::. Jaudon of Ceorcetown, S. your invention but I will remit to yon When Freeh
bath rooms, etc. He to reach
Blacktnan a commissioner to represent expects is Season
"with the value of it.EMease the
C. .hl. l arrive in Miami soon and settle great pleasure Fruit ia Scai-c.a
here by the first of October and will
Dade county at the state fair, and -
appropriated let me bear from the
down to the practice of his profession I |3oa for expenses In getting: I bring a Urge class with h m.. yon on ...j.. .N. ... ... .. .... ....... .... ........... ....l1. .
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house built Eleventh subject: st once.
lie ii> having a on :'M
a Street. up a county dlsplsy. Mr. Sanders and little daaghter Gertrude .. And in offering this line of Evaporated Fruits, .

A new steam road roller was orderedpurchased. are expected: home Ia.alew days e> yon get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs j' -
The railroad surveyor who hate. been The State Fair. .
I from the north where they have beenspending and webs.t .
at work far the last month In the Eve : .
1 a delightful summer. In a very sensible article on "Floridaat READ THIS LIST i .
j/1..lu/; have finished the line and areN ,
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Mr. Alfred Peacock: who U in a sanitarium St. Louis. the Gainesville San doubts
now encamped south of the :Miami The City Elections. I i Evaporated Apricots 15 centspoand : ,
t "
in the north improving slowly. he wisdom of an exhibit at the great ?
liwr. await ng further orders. Everything else ia Miami U pot np on : Evaporated Peaches, 15 cents pound ,I a
His friends wilt be glad to hear of his exposition unless it can be ., the best.

Mis.* Minnie Hall daughter of Rev the shell to make room for the city 'I complete recovery.Mr. and I. .\hi. we heartily: concur The Evaporated Pears. IS cents pound 5.D C c ,

and Mrs. G W. Hall, arrived in Miami i elections and every office except that of I Alfred San closes its article with the followingvery Evaporated Apples. 15 cents pound .. '.., ;
I has retamed
Brondgvest
i) Tuesday nlsnt.) Her brothers W. W. treasurer which will again be given to sensible suggestion: .1 Evaporated Pigs u)( cents pound: "

i ;. and R. K- 'Hall are the new principals C. H. Carthside. > has several would-be I alter an extended trip to Europe. 'There is still another idea which Big line California Francs, to eta: pound ..

MI"wllOod Cocoannt Grove schools.) I candidates, hot onto its trail. Judge G. I I Miss Gladys and Florence PricvWilliams ) ,gears itself right here. It ls n known sag- >: Fancy Layer Figs -ao eta pound -I #!., .

y 1.-\. Worley returned last week from a are spending their vacation with : Fancy :PanS Data 12# cts pound v
J t :Mr. J. 1. Wilson who is candidate forall..nu"l1 :fact that in the development of her re-' w ...." ,
U of the grocery firm of Wit-I refreshing northern trip ready to make Mrs. S V. R. Carpenter and dangktera. aonrtes and in taking advantage of the J Good SOB Dried Apples. Jto cj* Jib J ... .'ift.. i'

y l !t a strong fight for niavcr. Mr. J. R. Mr. Wirt Calbertsoa left Monday within the : 5X pounds good Rotated Coffee, f uoo :: ,
: son & 1'1)". His friend all hope to see' opportunities State we. as a ? !t ,"
hint elected as he ia a Dno of great bust* Dewey already "spreading the straw" evening: lor Tessa where he expects to ;people, have been neglectfuL What is o 33 poenris Beat Fkwr; 'LOO' n .py ..et}*- ....;

+_ ne& ability and good common sense fur the same honor; while Mr. Front, ia go into business. We wish hint success. :needed is to .arouse the people of the 17 potrods Granulated S aar. |.._ r ':Ifr ''? h.S h..

t t for his usual energetic manner has set everybody Miss Alice Ellis who has been the I State to a tealia.tioa of what nature 01.I t Cantons Oil 85 cents !! du '. ,

Tile county evaminations teachersate working for or against him house guest: of Mrs. Chas. Peacock at I fen to those who will take ad vantage of : 3 cam Milk, as cents -- :' "" ftC' ,

e being. held this week la the schoolbouse. : ,! sod says he fa "ha"log the best time r the Inn has returned home. !tile opportunities. Somethingahoald be J 16---1R.ke, fljooe r ..or., r., ,

_ M Next Tuesday The applicants tb* School 110it Board hot work will< ever." Hoe J. B-Xammos., the present r. )Jr. Verne Price-Williams has been :doe a to insult in the mind of the Flor- .e 1 e.e .ee see* .. ..eeeee .. .. .....N.... ......Y. +, .'
who has the
I meet, when the remainder. of the teach:: "Uc4ioa mayor is. given awith greatest> develop tats baring-fine' luck killing alligators .p Wins that labor well directed win bring G. ,

4 ,,1; eve for the county) w>U be app ai.ted.i i ments .and, hi calmly ftiends g kj certain 'the Miami 'river They are numerous. a better reward than that which is being : D. LEFFLER ,- 'J

many thus lose of the received today. Practical: dwnonstraioi I Twltti St.. BitlUI P.O.aU a'
Captain' Ckaile G. Sanders arrivedTuewlay ; of his re-election. year \ Ils.1nl latil UUMI.Biscape flORQl ,.i
most be made right here at home. ,
.MlI't.i
Both sad wife arrived
,
f night from Cibana. Ohio .
For Marshal there ire three gentle ? I What weeded is for
aa appropriation j
t ..k he be was called ev the death of his! !last Satorday evening from the north
min each with about the same numberof as annul State Fair where the people
I ) mticl.
littte boy. Mis.S&werutcorpo over atCaptt 1 where Mr. Bush baa been teaching ia a :
Meads to back him; :Mr. R. S. Pta.igae .- of the State gather and with each Lmlier and
may i 1
Co.
ia Saa.. .lers'. f tbvi'a some oa In who holds Mr. 'musical conservatory. They expect to Supply Shingle*
tbepoetUOD now. the situation it exists :
other study as ; .
:
locate here ..
permanently and for the Lath,
*.ntyotll' bat will return here in a : ,
Noble Pad .et and Sir E. A. Preacher. 1brJ'
a practical deaaonstratioa of what
< "b..w lIsse. 'priest will reside with :\111'. Bash's BRICK CEMEXT: XtSCE. PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnelt Crate
f The latter gentleman is one of the: ..Bootpopular has as>d can be aIoa, the farmer .I "- JtI\
'fbv Fvaternal tTitioB building and i, young mCa I. :Miami sad his mother Mrs-AKce: Btub.Mrs nd manufacturer of the urge State to ad.vaace. .MIAMI!* ill, a'.?...ft..* LL' CONRAD, 'I'rM.I\nt'...... ......... 1. '.-I.

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; of A is now _are Clerk F. We to all sal wish
i i For City J Caailte. Jack agree : this to soythat
:' 1[ lf", >wiB< in propurtiovs. It hoe, been i I ttoyer. U. R. Kellata;: and B. F. Lassitr has returned hone to Roc Cottage" foe isiaaanch as 'practical: detnoostratkuxs FRANK W. STANTON CO.< ': ?\

/1 d>icuk?..t to baitd fear stores ta/st/ .ud of are aQ good mea. cad this. votes will a much seeded teat moat be, made aad these demonMratMos -. :.

turcv aad .wake it the ouifdian of Miami.Tb I,. n. wry even. I' :Mr. Cia... Ixjeaae who has been making must b* made right here at .OUR SPECIALTY

his home with County Clerk Dearborn ., ( .
I .- skower of rain ,tae Snaxlay was There are to be three AUerve to be hoeke that Lake City ta the proper "

_ scao.ipa.ted by Sinn of the. toodest 1' elected aadl four gesttenc base an- i for the last. :: year bas. returned ,place foe these; anneal exhibits. Right Fancy East Coast Pines
i ,Paris foe aa ladefiaite .
] period. .. .. th faraa of ;
peals of tbttsi IUd sharpest Mga.ain nee need their caadvlacy; J. H. Waarro 1 o the AgrtcnltnnlExpetiotent .

< ttaab* ever beazd or, seen ia thi! vicintt *. C. W. Brady. J. H. U.ha.ad J. 1. I Station that fainter and 14 Vine ..

i..If *. A ,great maa1' of the people Wilsoo.Wttooat. II I Tke Bee Pnertifiujit to* MalariaChiQs tockratocr, cam view *'* work of the Street .Philadelphia. : :.
I sad Fever fa a bottle el Giovet'cTwiletoMi I here those. from
the
right oalsils
weir bidivrightened. but like storm year ;
r. ; parsed over without say serbeaa veenltsTh a doubt the primacy whichwtlt I Chin Tonic. It is) simply iron I tea compete with this station ; right Growers of Florida Oranges, and GrapeHuttGROVES {
be heal ,
CIa Friday.; September lata.witl .
and
I qainiae> U a tasteless! fcrav docare. :brie the tiUer01 the soil have ... SIlks '
cam
: .<< ,' ir.day l ntxbf* concert by the. band ,, be th. hottest" clectioel Miami\. bas i No pay. rnsP' : teats eeeuttated LOCATED .

,is r" ; wen be.I bw some of t&e ladies of t e.er bl though: the. good vatajte andImnOIiiiMtw awl the to him all the bow aDd th* why: ,i & Sta toll.Terra Ceia. Fla. Armstrong ai $.tanton, .] s iuetto, VUKaos : 1

;.' i. 3liar u to give .. ice cream. eouial .. the] will which the campaign I Have Yea .N'tN' 7' when. We believe these remitsacvoatpBahed. thetocsUoB: were errs ; & Stantno., Umonla. Fla. t
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C"' ..:<....* Grove eu the basil trawl "being" coodawunl. i 1a wcaa>d rfvJQypleee> Q "l
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th* Florida Agricultural r ;
I. p not eocey.ii are to be use! ia barwh b.a ut OrpoxtBK caai !date staid. oa the> The date oa the label of youpaoer*. College cooveatencJy ;'!!. !

;7tr tag I tie sects us the grove ito which eonaer sod talk thin over, argue It tens yia Just la what time jwar ...> the State situated is the best as it.placebo is for all show putt of lIDelM Pianos, Organs, Sewing'' Machines: ; .

'.r. 'e t daring the weekly concert w&ictk : awhile anil part wSt* ataagh. ;
II' *crtpifa haw '-e.. pt &I.. All smbocrib w.eU what we are 'capable of .
procieg. 1 sell direct tram the < +
1
Factory
"
ore Ikcawiel so popalCrre The etectiiaei commit wlmiicfe mar .
shwaU see that the date>La chaaged aftertmdmf I l!& ._l eke City Index.Tte The Ccljebnccd Scaabert Piano with MandoUa Attachment. '"' ",
diet week fixed tta.&ow the fret. and :
A* uk ttZnattatiom ef bow property ,), n. concave< Piano, the CabteFiaBos.
l! reels. hene. Mr. J. H. Han. !b txiUta seared pam+ties. .Fridsay: ... Saturday. their _ttu.e. sad aboard cruiser BzoehTra. after tie. attack Th* Em rsbetry Pianos the Wellington Pianos t' 'F''. ,

:hendem. tNtte coktait oHe Etevestbam al September sith l and 13181..... those_ notify: ebI* office if it,.is. O. New Bedford Weol.a7w. aftemomj I TIle C caco Cottage Organ.111 twenty.2ne Dt7'&t '- ,.

kits r ird it SIte lbrteF Jay are the s&ietng cans fee MtaatVs .. aver a rock gear DospUbrg Ezhfthoaaft. the T *T t ._* Ptteea: aad. oa Liberal Term j

The emsejr wd prabahty betakes Catalogue. Prices FurnWted o. Apeltieall.. '
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j .''l yeegs ikeretta" SJOG! w.Ncia* pskll.fr r .110'J ...New yak tgc repa a. ""n.ia.. 'Cldks1ImeiitzTd1fa Baoffjt TiiCiUJnltlSIapfSiiinMidia> ..

(l+ ..n.: e. 'I1ai. r.......... moetbeeuch. Stove the co.clll-.l Weeks aff the CatdL the second accident ef the tittle. we'a ___ s-m.epl.....-..-....kob. m..ti. : 8aeals.w. M.m Rdw. wW twdw !i
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'J', < year it wt I&4A ilr. UalI ewa CK."eI&1' lIleJ : t fete Luatift & tot ATL'U... .'r.- : '

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TBOPICAX StfKf; WEST PALM BEACH, VLOBIDA 1TBIDAT. SEPTEMBER 5, W03

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,' '',,.; WILL ENCOURAGE I PERFECTING THEORGANIZATION "CURl EW SHALL- I CHURCH NOTICES ELECTRIC LIGHTS his Governor trip to California Jennings baa returned from


k k THE FIREMEN "RING TO.NIGHT" I 4> I ARE MUCH NEEDED Dr.K.: B. Potter has been in WashIngton '

D. C., this week on buninesvMrs.
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The New Fire Department Held anIntereatln8' This is the Verdict of the Ladlesof Baptist Ch f4lh. .v UonUnn from Pmgo 9. : W. H, Malone left West Palm '
Thousand
Order .
Town Council to a Divine services the Baptist church Beach via :fiatt Coast '
on Tuesday.Key
Other Heating on Last tfce W. C. T, U. Will suggestions of Mr.. A. P. Anthony and ,,
Feet-of Hoso and All ; Iti.I> Sunday at is a. m. and 7:30 p. m.Sundayschool West Advertiser. ,
1.:.. Brown. Mr. stated
Mr.H. Anthony
.
Tuesday Hlfftxt. Petition Council.
'Supplies. at 10 a. m. Prayer-
!
; ,
Necesaary Mrs. W. R. Ilealy arrived borne lat
cf I that \ie did.pot believe that. the town at
meeting Thursday,,evening, at 7:30: Friday/ after the
spending with
the time could install and summer
I What waa really the'firat regular meet. The public meeting the Woman 'All are welcome.: present operate relatives in
( Council held a regular' a for this town ; Massachusetts
i The Town plant: large enough
log of the newly organized fire department Christian Tempel*ace Union announced H. H. STUa IS, Pastor
'enIng. There were I without Ions. and Mr. Brown Mrs D. McCullongh of Uuiatllla Fid.
T/nesday a
.4. ,meeting \ held in suggestedthat ,
of West Palm Beach was Jn last week paper. was held in 1 st i *
'14 present Ch"rw.llr; George W. Potter the town grant to some private has moved to West Palm Beach to be '
the public library ball on Tuesday even the Congregational Church Tuesday flethodlat Church '
p and Aldermen Yarborougb Wbidden.Lautber party or company> ; an electric light fran cornea permanent resident.Mrj ,,'
attendant >. Paine ,
1 Ing. There was a gratifying evening at 7:45.1: Rev. D presiding '
)imlc1e. The minutes of Preaching at II a. m. chise 'brut reaeiri. to
] the In
iliad !! right buy .t
_, of members showing' that /great interest officer fortie| evening IntroducedMrs. J. T. DeBerry, of the Lake Worth
the last npb" meeting ware read and Usual evening service at 7:30 o'clock. any time on a basis to be arrived at by ,
Is taken in the success of the move. Alice C. Hftlwn, State President of Ferry Company* has returned from a ,
Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. the '
approved.MAYOR'S ment to have a first clue fire comoany the W. CrT. UI, .Mt.. ,Brown conducted arbitration, ''plant and, all appurtenances. visit to his former home in North Carolina. '
REPORT. Epworth League/ at 3:30: p. m. .
The! president, Mr. J. ,B. McOinleypresided' the opening eijSrclsea: which consisted '
The ,report( Mayor Bnrkhardt for Rev C.Frod Blackburn pastor. The pamphlet committee reportedthat "
and ., rank C. Gardner acted .yIeld'< 'to ,
of a song Not Temptation, Mrs. M. C. Madison, ol' 'Park Cottage '
> .
submitted '
the; week 'endLug! AuKUit 311 was they had not.finl bed their report
secretary, scripture reading and .prayer. reached home last night after "a '
trip of
at d {read as follows' : ;. The by laws of the Miami Fire Com Dr. Paine then announced the firstsubject Congregational Church. o.lI.tho, pamphlet jdat yet but would report two months' duration through West

To. tne> 'Chairman and Honorable puny were then read t f.y Mr.: Cnrrle ; after of the evenings dlllClI8BlolI- Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational at the next meeting.., The advertising Virginia, Ohio and
Board of :'AldermenI :-.- Church and committee that bad : IlIinoi."I'"
reading same, each: article was reaeparately'by < '$
herewith present report for the week the secretary and voted toe public achoolb,"-and the apewser, p. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. S. received quotation for advertising the The registration books will be open j j

1' .e dhig Sept. :,.t. The Marshal .reports then adopted a. D. Paine. town -of West Palm Beach in aeveral on Tuesday and Thursday of each week
upon. They were Re.. C. Fred Blackburn Mr. Black. ,
everything: quiet about town during the amended. Christian End avor at 6:30 p. m. of the leading hotel papers and this report till the nth of October at Aultmau's '
and forceful
burn made a logical address
I store. Mr. J. C. Harris is the .1 1
week. read registrar ,
The report of the finance: 'commIttee 'In beljalf of temperance education. Sunday-school 10 a. m. was and ordered filed.

The scavenger reports close attention, was made by Mr. McGlnley who salt "The purpose of the W. C. T. U Song service and pastor's Bible class The committee on fire protection re- for this district: f

t>> his du'tle*. The usual Satuiday rub. unable Prayer-meeting on Wednesday, at ported the successful "organisation of afire Work has
\ tbat at the present time he was in taking this step" .he said l : "Is to been commenced over at ,
\ blah was!: collected\ and. netted $1.40. finished but 7:30p.m. department. Whitehall the of '
in that ,
to report anything gave encourage and Increase the teaching of rear niagniri'-
This sum. was placed in the hands of hi. All are cordially Invited. There being no further business, the of
an outline of the circular Utter that scientific: temprfance In our public cent palace a laundry house It Is 2

the Clerk. committee.intended' to send to all property schools,, so that by appealing to the ----- Board adjourned at half past nine being built by Messrs. McGuire & Mc. '

During the week one carload of rock owners who would be interested, !'?Is' reason they might see the harmful A TRIBUTE o'clock. C C- Donald and will be In keeping with.the '3 ,

has been received -which''was unloaded asking them! to become honorary members and ''injurion influences Intoxicating surroundIngs '

t ,, .by utilizing\ ( the labor of three prisoners of the fire company. He asked, drinks both upon their body PAID TO LABOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL ANDPERSONAL The bicycle business heretofore con-

who were' unable to pay their fines. ttat time be grante'd to finish the work. : and mind and thus he Influenced to ducted by Eugene. Porter has been purchased '

These prisoners were kept at work It was then, moved and carried that abstain+ from their'! use. Convince their HEMS by R. B. Porter and will be conducted '
dally' upon' the street until their fines time be to the finance Continued from f... 1.
more \ granted reason and you can profitably use by the latter in the old stand on
.were worked out and release ordered committee. moral persuasion."' The' stores of the O. G. Strohm Company "The Mystery of Graalov." Olive Street. Mr. Eugene Porter has ,

$ .I am pleased to state' .and call your : Mr. J. Sanders who bad been at the Almost 'every: state has enacted laws the City Meat Market Anthony Do you read The Tropical Sun ? opened a bicycle shop on Avenue D.tn '

attention 'to the fact hot our Marshal council meeting was requested by the requiring| temperance to- be taught l lIt in Bios.. A. S. Botsford & Co.. and other The newly organized: fire department Miami. ,'

Is determined if powible wipe outf president inform the meeting what public1'bchools. Our own stnie. bas a were elaborately decorated with flags will meet next Tuesday evening in the The Florida East Coast Railway have '
existence that sin k'of Bioral,Iniquity\ action the council had taken in regardto and bunting.
law on this question public library hall. complied with the request of the Town "
known as Heard'a Quarters, .and to that the department.. His report was of Ffa Good order prevailed throughout the I '
Section Revised Statues
342: : Mr George Brown is making extensive Council and have built a very substantial .
end he raided the place on the night of considered, encouraging be stated town. This reflects much credit the
very ; DUTIES OP BOARD OF PUBLIC op improvements "his house ou.the crossing over their tracks at the intersection .
I the und,_ securing sixteen inmates Including tbat the council bad instructed the clrk: Labor Unions.
:I INSTRUCTION. Jefferson tract by adding a veranda with Datura Street. This Is a '
: the proprietor. Despite the prices the hose cud If Painters and Decorators could
to get on necesnary the '
.
'Tenth. To prescribe In consultation bathroom and kitchen. great and much needed improvement ,,
fact tbat severe fines were Imposed the firemen's outfit. have beard all the nice things that '
Marshal made another haul! in these with prominent teachers a course of' Watch for the new serial story, "The that will be duly appreciated by those /
motion was made by Mr. McGlnlev, were said. of them by the fair sex, it Is
study for the schools the and' Mystery 'of Graslov," the opening residents on the west end of that street. j
4
quarters on' Sunday night the 3ist fit county j
A seconded by Mr. O'Beirne that the secretary doubtful If they could have kept their ,
securing no less than seventeen male be Instructed to write a letter to grade them properly and to require ,to hats on their beads. chapters of which will appear in The A large tug, towing a schooner was ,

and female offenders, including the the town' council asking for the recognition be taught In every public school in the The beautiful Stars and Stripes the Tropical Sun on September igtb. noticed going south close to the end of .a:.. j

proprietor, all of which were more or of the company as organized: and cojunty over which they pre aide, ele. prize for the beat appearing organization The Miami baseball team would like the ocean pier, on Friday of last week. !,

lea. dealt with In the mentary physiology, specially as it relate to another with the West It w'as the which ',
severely Mayor's at the same time enclosing a copy of the or society In the parade was won play game tug Triton left Bath! ;

court. 'Ills hoped by: these drastic and by laws so that it mifcht be known it any to the effect of alcoholic stimulants by the Painters and Decorators. The Palm Beach club. It is likely that a Maine, on August tgth with! the schooner \!,

persistent,' efforts on onjr, part, to eventually of the articles therein 'were at variance: and narcuics morally, mentally and boys in white were certainly entitled to match will be arranged at ap early date. John P. Krantz: in tow, with 800 tous '1 ". .

make this place thing of the with the laws of the town. pttynically; and ull persons applying for the honor :Mrs. J. C. Stowers and daughter Mir of ice for a Key West firm. The arrival t i \'

pa t. I Moved by Mr. McGTnly,seconded by certificates: ahall be examined upon The accident to one of the members lam, left this morning for Indian of the achoouer relieves the. ice .famine ;

Monday the 1st. being Labor Day am Mr. Currie that a committee be a p. tlils branch of stud under the same, of .the Miami base ball club was! very Springs Ga., where they will join Mr. In Key Went. The ice Hold. for seventy- ,.i' "i,

pleasedto stats that it was duly observed ? pointed to, decide upon the necessary cdnditiou a* other branches require much regretted. Referlng to this, the Stowera for a few weeks stay at that five cents per hundred pounds. '(

by' all our, merchants c10alDgtbelr equipment so that a requisition could be bylaw. Miami News says;- famous Southern resort. Mr. U. T. Cummings of Brooklyn, N. j ,r.1,
But this law Is not enforced because
places of business and a genera! made to the town council for the same. "On Labor Day at West Palm Beach All persons desirous of joining the V., where be has a large bicycle and I .

holiday was indulged in by our people The chief and two foremen were ap. of lack of public opinion. We must Mr. W. M. Lenoir.of Miami was painfully West(Palm Beach Fire Department are 'machine shop, has purchased the machine :

.A large number of visitor were present pointed as the committee. create' public opinion. public Interest in I Injured in a base ball game. Mr. requested to attend the regular meeting shop of W. F. Heckert, Clematis :

r hl and .with J>ut a single exception no ac At the angestlon--ef-Mr. P. C, Card this question There are enough peo. Lenoir was at-the bat, and made a In the public, library hall next Tuesday Avenue West Palm Beach and baa j

ents were recorded. Good order aer. seconded by Mr McGinley it was pie who want scientific temperance 'strike at the ball barely grazing It, night at o'clock.. placed in stock several new wheels and a

[reigned and no arrents were necessary voted that' the chief and two foremen taught their children, but they must causing it to deflect only. sufficiently to The Contractors who built the new full line of bicycle, sundries. Mr. Cuintnings .+'

inch to credit of the Labor Unions CAh'upOU the mayor to request him to have before the-tbem.question This constantly is the Woman'sChristian brought strike him In the tace with great force Lake Worth bridge have notified the is an expert machinist and knows '

nd the Community at large. have the fire hall cleaned of the His' and cheek bone broken
by some nose were Florida East Const Railway that the all about the bicycle business, and those
Temperance Union
Respectfully., submitted prisoners in the jail, or in any way that :Mr. Blackburn said: there method. but at this writing he is doing well." work Is completed. It is expected! that who patronize his place of business. are '

L. W. BOKKHARDT, he might see fit. was no ,. guaranteed the best of satisfaction
reason for being .discouraged because. I the bridge will be In use in a few days. : very
Mayor. Moved by Mr. Currie, seconded by Married.OaossV0NBZ.AaCsaiAt.
effort did not successful An Initial practice will be held this
On motion Aldermen Lauther and Mr. O'Beirne, that every Tuesday and every seem ;
there Is an unmistakable growth of the home of evening at o'clock at the corner of
: a 7
Wbidden the report was received and Friday( should be drill eight from to
7
temperance sentiment, amllind I II the the bride's: mother Datura Street, West Clematis Avenue and Narcissus! Street
ordered Bled. 8 t ; .
pi m.Therebeing
man who cannot read in the signs of Palm Beach, Florida, on Monday evenIng by thenewly organized fire department.All Notice of Election.To ,
further business ''
PROM: TUB BOARD OP TRADE. no on
the times, the steady approach of civilization September 1st., 1903 by Rev. S. D. members are expected. to be in at .
At ommunlcatlon was received from land, the meeting/ was then declared
Paine of the Congregational
towards
,
Blackburn paator tendance.
;Mr.
temperance.
the'Board of Trade in reference to the closed by the chairman.: Church Kate daughter of the Sheriff of Dado (fount. State of ,
VanBlarcom -
believes be ini- .
a penalty ought to
of certain asking the _. Services were held in Holy Trinity Florida :
grades streets .
----- Mr aDd Mrs. Elliot to Mr. Edward
for failure the Joseph .' :
to
c posed a keep 'tmiper B It known that I. H. CUAY.CRAM'FORD, I
the Rev. II B
Town Council to see that the grade Is Church last Sunday by '
Cu/es Blood Poison Cancer, Ulcers.If ance instruction law. C. Gross. Secretary of State uf th. "State of Florida.,
petitioning Stuart Martin rector at Melbourne and ,,
and further that
*
observed I do hereby give not leu that a ,
have offensive Hon. C. C then
pimples Cbillingworth was
orerupt- ,
the tkle walks on Clematis Avenue be yon Pt Pierce. The evening congregation
tens, ulcers of any' part of the body introduced a* the speaker of the even. Born. interest GENERAL ELECTION 'J
and the services
extended over the portion now vacant. was quite large were -
This report on motion of Aide.men aching bones on jointsfalllng hair, mucous big on the Curfew La", Mr. Chilling Rovs-In Weat Palm Beach: on Tuea. lug. VIII bo held In Dnclo County. Stnto of Fh.rl- I ,

and Wbidden referred to patches, swollen glands. skin Itches worth read a part of Section 673. of the day September a, 1903 to Mr. and Mrs. .1*. on Tm-mliiy next mirci-mllnw,,; the flrxt .
Lantber wa \ o
t. and barns, sore lips or gums, eating, Revised Statue. of Florida which pio- Ray Rays, a son. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Archer left on this fnmlny In November, A. I 1). llto-J\ ) the mild, !

r the ordinance committee. catering sores, sharp, gnawing pains videa for the preservation and promo. .s morning's train for Asheville, North Tuemluy being the f

W':,, ACCOUNTS. :. hen yon suffer from Serious blood poison ion of public uiOrals by the m nlcl. Mr. 8. C. Barman returned home Carolina. Mr. Archer has been ill for I Com fit Day of November, .

The following: accounts were presented or the beginnings of deadly cancer.: palty. This Is the law) "The city or Wednesday after several weeks rest in several weeks Iud hopes to be much 'or on. Eeirewntatlve| ol Ihu Hvcond, It,,,- If'

kr/ for payment: You. may.be permanently cured by tak. town Council shall have power to' pass benefited by a couple of months in the gr..lonuIlJI.trlct..1 Flnrlihu the FiftyvlKlith : !
I. W Burkbardt, oil, etc_...........*.....t T 00 the mountains of North Carolina. mountains of Carolina. CongroMii of tilt IJulti-il) Stu...... >!
W P Hatchatt, supplies..................... 8>6Olira. lac; Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) made all| such ordinances and laws as may be Ca. For Sit-retary of Stutoof the Stat i>f FlurId I"
c1 .L Webber; meals for prisoner.. .. B4' 00 especially to cure the worst blood and expedient and necessary for the preservation of the lead. Frank Block's famous Atlanta crackers 11. '
Mr. W. P. Hatchett
Theae accounts were ordered paid. kin diseases. Healsevery sore or nicer of the pubjic peace aud 01 Jral. one the beat the world knows; Spanish For Comptroller OIl the State of Florida

The official salaries for the month 'of I even deadly cancer, stops all aches and In a few words but In a very concise: ing and. most substantial business men of see; onions wheat corn: oats, purena For one Jutuli'e of thu Hupreine Court of the
West and Mrs. Hatcbett .
Palm StBtaof
August totalling $211.50, were Ofdel'edpaid. lain* and reduces allawelllall. Botanic and effective manner Mr. Cbillingworth Beach feed. grapes apples mince meat Cole. F'lorI.Ia.For
and daughter returned home last Mon two ItfiilroHcl ConiiulHKlumtrif lha
Blood Balm cures all malignant blot4troubles splalned the need of such a law in bur : man's mustard klpperd herring preserved State of Florida. 5

iff FINANCE REPORTS.' such as* eczema scabs and own town and expressed himself as !day evening from quite an extensile I bloaters Co-Operative Store. }Forone Member of the 1Ioi.. of KepniHen.

scales, plmplas running sores, car- fe ling assured that all the ladles of the summer trip through: the Northern and tutlvvNof. the State of }riorliln .
.
The report ot Marshal and Collector Northwester:* States. They visited In Mrs. Courtney-Kenny will on Monday For Tux Au.......... '
mnclej, scrofula. Druggists, $1. To W. C. T. U would b... .to, do la order '
W. G. DeBerry, showed a total amount Ohio Illinois) Michigan and I In Ontario, next, open a millinery parlor In For Tux Collector. \
of prove> it cures, sample of Blood Balm tOI have: a curfew law paised would be to
for and fines in Block. She For'CoulltyT..u..r. I
collected court- coat, Canada. One of the valuable curiosities : room 31, the Jefferson
lent free and prepaid by writing Blood draw up a reasonable law and present of ForL'nusty Surveyor. ,
stock
has large J
$16825.: brought south by Mr. Hatchett is apall' recently: purchased
Describe It. the council. The need of For FirM County CninmlNHloni-ra., \
showed the Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. trouble -, to town
and will be
The Treasurer's report of Shetland which will very nice fall millinery
and free medical advice sent in seal- he law Is plain, and every member of ponies appear For three Member of the County Board of .I
"4, following receipts II in harness In a few days In front ofa glad to have her friends call and examine I Public Itmtriictlon. .

1lea9..r -..................._............f 25 4OHtraac ed letter. _' our city council would appreciate it. handsome the newest styles for the coming' For JUHllreof the Fence In and for the fol ,
4 .r.onn_tloiwfor "prl and Ala,.... OO August Weather.The parents of the children -"taken lu" by .- season. Number, number 0, numbitr 7 number A, '

: .5.w.CEODJMSUODS lot Au.'P.._....... 110'' weather from the weather the marshal, for'' disobeying the law The' pineapple season just past baa For the past two weeks, a force of number O. number 11, number 1H.
Overdraft, Elwtloa Ep n. o......,,,...... It SO 1 report DC.plte nearly one hundred painters has been For Conntiiblit In and for tba following .1 u..
_ Total .............-.............,,.,. B!> *8On bra'rean at Jupiter has just been issued. should be held responsible. been altogether moat satisfactory. engaged' in the work of painting the older tlceplHtrlctavls: '

_____ : motion of'Alderman Yarborougb I It shows that the'! mean temperature for After Mr. Chilllngworth bad finished fears from drouth early in the aea. of the PoInciana, Number 1, numb 3. number, 8,, number"f&.
portions Royal
: Lanther these reports were receivedand I August was unusually high ; indeed only peaking, a general discussion of the Ion the fruit was of fine size and brought number H, ,,,1111111 bur 0, numbs It, ,ninnbiiply.
_ : It is estimated that and on Saturday last, Foreman Co grove : number 18.
asked good rcea. 330
ordered filed. once in the past fifteen years baa the curfew law was for by Dr. Paine.
record o'f 8j degrees been reached and Among those expressing themselves 000 crate were shipped of which the received notice to proceed with' the Tha attention theHherm, IxcHlluil to th.
BPAR.T.Inm >
c ,FIRE StJ1 l'ms. Association's bandied painting of' tbe new wing. This work law rwiulrliiit them to cnufa ... nolle of the
Aldermen Yarborough and Lanther bat was In Angnst. 1900. The average were Mr. W. I. Metcalf, Cspt. J. R. An. Indian ,River agent Is'now well'under way and will be com said flection to b81 published In a nen-spuprr

the matter of furnishing for the.Augusta of tile past fifteen years lony and Kev. Dr. Fulwood, presiding T3,1100. Fully oood crates were is six printed tin Comity, U there, be a paper
brought np pleted In about tea days. ,It
'organized fire Is 81, soi that the excess la t degrees .Uerofthe Methodist Church for this old by the aix-clation shippers to buy. I In the County, If them.. be no paler publlnhedIn
supplies for the newly The highest the thermometer registeredwas strict( All expressed themselves as en In' the field A\ larger number of years since the Ponciaaa received a coat the County: they shall caiiMe at leant llva.coplea
department.' Mr.. J. W. Sanders one the field than usual of the regulation yellow, and white. of thiS notice to .be pncteil the mom
the and low- In favoc of reasonable buyers was in
the heartily a good
96 on ::1,31 :
degrees
In the ,
01 the officer of the fire department was thousands of gallons of paint have public place tJnuntyi
____ eat 73' the curfew la, In West Palm Beach. and a much larger per cent of Many In ,
,
? behalf of the fireman. He degrees on 5th.The : !f The tentlnioor' whereof I have harenntn
present on been used in the operation. paint.
fruit was sold for cash. Altogether it (1.8.3] pet band an.l affixed the
Gnat
_ total rainfall wasonly 1.91 inch ----- -- my
of
_ stated that ,Slot less than sooo feet f iai been one of the most prosperous era will next attack Tte: Brokers, and !8! .at of.tho. State of }:lnrhlCa' ,
The for the fteenyePs
hose required and in addition, rub- es. average past 'You Know What, You Are Taking the work here will to Tallahassee, the Cn
; west pineapple seasons. the East Coaat has site' finishing go |>'ltnl', thin thw
her coats, boots helmets and lanterns ; la- August, Is 5.31, and when It is When .you take Grove's Tasteless News. Miami to paint! the Royal Palm and from nrat.. day of 4q.to.nlu'r| A. D. 1iZ.1t.Ct.tYCIIAWFOIUS) : .
had in -Cocoa-Rockledge
.1, were needed In' order to equip the known that the rainfall In August lastear Ihlll Tonic because the formula Is years. ._ there will proceed la NaURU to give the ,

brigade properly. The member of the was la.ij: Incbev the great dis- plainly printed on every bottle showing -C- "Continental the'same treatment. fix-rotary uf Sin IB..
'
will' be 'the Investigation at the railroad stations To John l'rohoek.ftherIfI"' Duda uunl,..
Council were unanimously favor ,of parity more apparent that it is simply iron and quinine to a

encouraging! the firemen and stated The lowest precipitation recorded is that tasteless form. No cur. No: pay. 50 cts ibow that there are more.pineapple '
Orlando than
In August 1900, namely I.IXScreen being rblpped from ever '
bejr willingness to tarnish anything ---.- -
before who last bad no
Many year
that might be fonmi wanting- On motion e. -' Notice fruit to. market, this year are sending Buffalo 'Gasoline.hMot
of Aldermen toother od Yarbor- Door and Window Frame r
;; A meeting of the Lake Worth: Litera. out many crates and those who were '

'- '-onght the Clerk was Instructed to write We have just Instilled more tban one ry and Social Club will be held on heavy shippers last year are now sendi .

for samples of fire hose and the .ual loasand dollars worth of special new Thursday. September nth at 4 p. m. lug out more than, ever. Prices, too .

outfit for firemen. machinery for the manufacture of these Itt tie Club Honae. All members are are very encouraging
Town Clerk Adams drew the attention. .oodt.", They are made right and prices earnestly requested to be present. Certain that this year will be avery ,its Power
,
., t of the council to the fact that a regular are right Write: us about it. By order of the President prosperous one among the growers.vOrlando '

meeting was required to be held EAST CoAsT' LUMBER & Sirrptv Co. Mrs": George W. Potter. Record. ,New' 'Catalogue Just Out :;

tile first Monday: In Octoberfot the pur. :at Eau G lli.( Fla. --. .- .5. .
of eqnallring ...._eul.. On "
pose Pineapple Slip For Sale. On Friday .evening about 8 o'clock '
Lauthtrand Dim.l Sqveraf Launches for sale cheap
Aldermen
of Secbjidihatid
: motion Rooms For Rent. For Porto Rico. Smooth Cayenne Ab- r... B Lewis and his wife, wealthy cltl-: : ,

l Ick, Council" adjourned. S.KalpPENDOR1'S. at Y40. On Datura street sleeping rooms, furtshed baka Queen and Pernamtmco Pineapple sens of Bronson Levy < County. Florida from, 1 h. p. up '

LADI S' SHOES or nnfurnlabed Bath. Apply SUpt. !address B. M. POTTKK were brutally murdered at their homo GEO. B. WALLACE West Palm Beach. _' _
office. 6t West Palm Beach Fla. bout five miles front town.
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: J :: TH ;-ffuNDA bCHOOL.t SHORT STORIES.. '
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; .. 'Ruf CoZtft! of rl.'II' : ; I
The number of election districts I In 1 .
'ii I ':r'J; '' LESSEN' X, THIRD QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL New, York, 1,037 last ;xear! will .l,>a 1,648 1r dtftbetfn PeopleWho 1"'Ri.Id.r'j.Ja PAAbII. .10411I111.. ,
ot'.li' "'; 11'
tUlsfuU u gain
'I SERIES, SEPT. 7.
Of the 350 members, of the national I' r; Ii" ,'I I
are thinking of building( winter home in
) it
ui Text: : of the Lei.on, Dent xvlll' -sa.. three housu.have of representative neyerbeeu.!, nnrrled.iniitend )! pnly..twenty t ,. West amBeac4! ehpuld; WlUTfe, to ;j) FLIIRIPAEAS-.COAST,: EAILwAY;,\

41, yi Memory V.r.ea,17.1g-.Gotdu Teit j
John T|. 14-COiumeatary PrepKrodl of :'bulluin'"\ f fn"wc'tIol5a.:' l aa 1 1cu la J M. M' BR0CK : TIME!' In Efrect.JurJ&' 8,1902.OBTH10UliV .
1 >r R.". D. M. .t..rn.. t6mery, a lit el .tacrr'! f40"'teet Tong LOCAL CARD No. 41. t
was fecetitly elevated\In'' WefcV'AlDaujrN. : I '
ICopvrtght, 1902 by Amerlonta, prep o Aonoclutlon. .''!'. r' "tu""Y ( '- ",, Architect and Builder ; SOUTHIONO-rlllAD.;. bows l*. UKNo. !
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?+ ? ,. When thou art oomo into the land' Business amounting to over 11,000 for l>)aIand! Speclfluatlonfi.\ t'ontnuittn for any size luilldlng: i "' *tf No. 80V&lly '' 811 1fI!...
', wliloh. the Lord thy God clveth theo, thou 000 a day Is the enbrmeup volume whether hotel private bousp, given p n-ouul ware uiid : : Daily MAIN LIHI. e.l Mir'CH \ '

i, linlt nut learn. to do after tha abomlMttlono standing( to the credit of the) United Went .... ,
{ vision Address'''' Palm/ HeHpli, Florida. i 8I1PlrjI "
of those natlonii. States Stool : ) 1 ,.............. ..Jaok.imYllle, .......:............./. at91a0VOVLv. ':la
j Before the delugo God taw that the corporation. .S>$><>G>G>a <&SX&<(>3>! )@@ ,( .. .. .............So.J.ofc.<>nTll..?u.,.?..,..;.... .v 1 "
There are In the United States! about ppi !n( 4.,...................'...t.AuHU tli,"............. ........ 'YJa +..
,<, ,I vrlcliM" Iness of man.. was great lu the!' ':: ',,.,' ...''..M..' 'li 4.tln.Hlv.'' .'......'''...''''.''' 'a:aae
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15.500,000\ ) families., and I per cent; ot I;) ptIp10 'p.i..N. ..................K..tF r.lk ........................ jp w 0
': '.1 earth and that every Imagination of these own more'than half.of the aggregate aa p .,..........................N.olI .. .... ................. IU '"
!, lyi :, the thoughts of' hi heart was only i '''' a Op 01 ......:unn0lM..........._......._.. .. 'p a J'Ie
; wealth of tbe cduntry.; : : Paints and Yarlishes jIQ ...a.t.t..t.r. ...... iJilpont...,.,.,.,...MAn.u..." ,
"itt "j'1 evil continually (Gen. yl, 5)). The margin The days of the "mammoth 'vein"' of Masurys '0 11' I i'I ........ ..*......... Orn.ond..i.-) j *...,....i......,... '' '
?.t i '' I:: pW.... .............. ............ .... & r... d
: .*fjt' that every Imagination Ignl- coal: often exceeding. 100 tact la thick. f4 p p _.....?................q.. DSQrsn......*......H..M.M..... 0'If';
,f ilea also tba"purpoaeaand desires. -After dess,'tare'coming to ail 1Id,'and' much: J .. ....... .........New Bmyrne......................,. 15:- $. :I,
;t The ,great ,success .we have bad io Belling these /Roods i and the ..: a'y f ....... .......?...........Oak BUI......................... .,..... i i9t ,y;
,::1r'',. the deluge Bin developed again 10'jf of the anthruclto Is now obtained" from !. ::::: p :........_.............. llld lll I.."....... ivJh..k......*... ,..... 1'l:
11 the seams two to four feet thick. growing,d em an,4< has ,warranted ,our pluc.ing an order for a '4, .R:1... .................... .cooo... ..............,.... ..... ....1oS
r descendants of .Noah and became car load of HO,000 pound ,arrive HO. .II. T 'epel..OI1II! ....... .......,............::1..atootled! e..1... ..... ......M..... H Hi...1... .
;" A1 recent 'eonfbrenee'of.the' / ( are 0 .. ... .... ) .. .. .. .. .. d
II', very manifest in the rebellion against German t t ....... i'P .... .... g 1 '
brethren In decided ibeBKST, un, the,market,,''and the PUl' K IS UIOMT.( We 1" ... .... 1 .. ... .; .....Mnlboumd. .......-...... t .... .!!:!'f" ,
;'t God of the Babel builders In due Baptist Pennsylvania S CI .... :::;: ;::: :":" .;;.::;sobit H.i .l"r..;............... U 6It. .....,.. .
.. I'i that the member" may Insure will be pleased to send you color cant, aurV fjuole you pric8.. q4 ...... 10ap..t...... .fa. 1uolo.. .... ;..................flee" J..I..; r"-
/ : time God called Abram from among ...... sap ..........................Fora 'Irree... .. ................... II 00 .,.. '( ,,
lives do Insure I ro
}i the Isolators l of Mesopotamia to dwell their!; provided they net ....... IBD..... ..........k.......Whiwcity; ......,................ ..le4da +..... .
',.. I with companies which are In any way ...... .,.,,........ .. .. ..TiiiiMj..:... :;.... ....... 0 .... ,.iAW
: J, In a land which lie promised to him connected with secret organizations, East Coast Luiiilier and Siply Company ...... Up ... ................. .Bd..n ......:... ............... 10...IIii..... f"
,Y' } I' and his seed that In the de- Q ...... .:......4......... ...........J.nred...,....,....:........L.' ,... ,, .... <%
"I i forever The United States produces about ......r lip ..................... 8tu ri. .... .. ....111". .+.. A
I .. .. app .............Hepre s.hnd.: .. .. .. ........ ...
; sceuil, .ints of Abram lie might have apo 'the world's .. e d. ........ 01N H. + ;!f
5tth of cropof
one- wheat. Yards, Titusville,, Eau Galli'e, Forty Pierce O .... .. tJp .1..w.; J"pl"or... ...... .......,.... .9148' -" M::1
,a: pu who would honor Illni and live Argentina of which only one-sixtieth iii Up .!..., :.Won' .. .. aeda
to"tni General Eau Gallie F1a. ::::: : 10 ..; ...:::::::::::::::...Boyntop Qanh.::::: ::::::::::;;: a80a..:!:::: IJ.
Office if .a
!'te film known to other nations.Thej luud Is
of'tho under 1 Is
I now the plow; ; ...... ..,.* ..,,........,.,Ft. l.ftud0r< ................. ... 7a .. !:
," :a4. )' were therefore to be a people capable of yielding fonr times times much our ::::::.: l&op&8S1": Ar..::.i.::.::::::::::.:::::Lemon: Mtsm;+Oily:::::::::::::::::::::Zv: g ss 43BUJFKT : :+::.:: e. Y
,, scpnt ited from all the customs and amount or twenty-four aa 5'5 r
liloli.' -les of the heathen, living whollyfor as she Is now producing.SPORTING! / $ ';'+;:Jc.:;:. )cG.x: :) ; oC -5 PARLga CARS ON TRAIN M ANa Ti.BRABTCH .

(....d. a peculiar treasure unto Him :a: ''SCa ;
TO' ALL LINES DtnES.:
INTERESTED _
'i '. about all people on the earth (Ex, xlz. NOTES..

; G,6. : No. 87Dally No. BS No. 83 No. 49 No.47. PAfcATKA.SKAWCH.. No.49 No.48 Ne. 50Kully NO.'fe4Ualjy Mo. 88No.
10-13 A-1I thttt do these things are an John Anderson, the Worcester boy Is R TIlE: :: Petty Bally, Katy Dally; : : Dally Dally Dilly }

;Ni abum.nation unto the Lord. playing grand ball .for the ,!?t. Louis! p p 4.99 p 4 a a T l>alatka Arr _8 408 IS. III 1 p p p
:, Th..' next clause of this verse says Americans 00 0 f p U0 P t0 00 e 1 a 4 B f aatks LT a so a { 55 a 0 Otl p
I Jesue Burkett has fought bIB way I Peninsular Electric Consirnction! ."..
that the nations which formerly occupied BT No.41 N. 1 Ne.aa
,t' .bis lund were given to those Into the. .300, class at last. I'lie wtl DsYly 'l>.lly CAN SLA.TKO BBAJJOH. Bafr I .ily

,'' ''t,,:, aboun nations mentioned in the previous doubtless stay there 6 10 a80a r..b. ...... .,.,But Palatk*., ...................... r t SS a>
k* \ I'PSS. and because of these they '],'he. ,woman champion of the United +'4' COMPANY" la Ar, .,................ ......Dan M.W<>, ? ..,..,.., .........,... r a Mt. J ,,

were being driven out Therefore' Is. States, Miss Genevieve IIccLer.!: is at esm3pe., Na.Dally O
tq IS NoW open to the palronnire of tinpublic of West 11 Ludy No. ITDally No. 5fialy MkYPORT No. 11Dally to NaDal 1 aur'r ,
rael was to beware of and avoid all )present! In Scotland with her brother. onluu Dally BSAN98 bally y sTD L
Palm Beach x Sun Ex HunT
and
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these things. It was because of the multilist a tour of the prominent links vicinity. only.I
that the Kid Bi-bud the CleveJaiid 'feather: p 'p p Lv Jaok eoce UU Ar a p1 p
wick. lueas of those nations tig
Electric Construction of All) Kinds.Aaminciatoi 95 p l p D 9 9 a" a Jaetadlle: Lv g It a, sha t p o p 1 p
Lord did drive them out, before Israel weight. has announced hIs 'determinetlou 10 30 II 1, g p 40DO :10 10 a Pablo beach I10a.500a t p p

and not because 3f any righteousness to challenge Urn ,winner of the! i: -*, Call hells, tlnrglmv sad h'h'" Alarm System a "gpnclKlty.A 4Y 10 19.W 390 I> 4 4p 5 I f I Ie !O a u AtUntio Mayport BohAr I r 911 too a a tin a I Ii i 1 o p
on the put of Israel (Deut Ix, 4CVlie Young Corbett-ilcGovern; flght. ., LI, WORK UI1.\ll"NT'EEU.
i \ >lxi. yiy r&out Sleeping Car operated on train and Hit
did all that lIe did for Israel for This yenr's grand circuit promises { Olllces in Jefferson IJIock, 10-18-tf
?:. HIs own name's sake (Ezek. xxtvl 22)), to have more of an international. flavor
No It SA.WFOROE&AJMOH N If No. 1 OBAWa OITTT s.l5 No. 4
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d then In return for all Ills loving kInd. than ever before for a number of foreign 1'. O. 39". West Palm Beach, Fla.3R Dally Dally 'Daily'' Dally BHANOE DII I DallyT
'I nesser He only naked them, to let flip 'cycler are slated to1' follow' the -

do et'(II more for them or,' In other big line. ."". "" .".-b.. "'-\. ""' -.c".1...: ,.b.,.,r 'o ,...,...,..... .:R"..,-.,.,. ( ..y .. r Oi is a s Lv.v....,..TUu u.Mlme.ill .L v r 0? p p v p $11 SI l a a ,vy..:..Like wJ ua..Ar l.o..,l ep, 4 /0 p
Oat.ea1V.yv IMP.
8 88 Lv., tlJ 0 11 89 L.Orange C
nor<:X He asked them to walk In Ills a s a l p a Op
Is 11
"Tliere a to knock out Jef
.1 way 868 a Lv ID a p 11 45 a AT.6rango City Jo{. p t u p
wu.vit nod serve Him with all their fries, .but It would require a box ,.full BO a Lv..Enterpras.n.r.LLet00a '
y ",,>oj;j!i heart and soul (Deut. x:, 12. 13)), tor of tools to turn the trick. A slnlge Then*Time Tables ahowthetimes at wal"h trains mar be exDMted to arrive and ;1i only thus could He do more for them hummer would be essential." 60'says BOND & BOND COMPANY from site several otablonf, but tholr arrival or departure at the time* ltat 4 le awl narantotd.
than He already had done. George DOl waon. / nor from.do*>the Company bold llaeit reiponiMble tor'auy delay or any ooneeq.ueaee arUtng there

13 14. Thou shILl be perfect (margin upright Walter Camp has been spending the (INCOKl'OUAl EL>.) *
''r or sincere) with tha-tord thy Ood. summer'at PIne Orchard. N. Y. 'He Peninsular and Occidental. Steamship; Connections .at Mlama.
To /ibram, the father of this people MANUFACTURERS OF' .
will be coach and d'lser'of the Yale BBTWKBW MIAMA, :KEY WEST AND HAVANA.SOUTHBOUND. .
God had said: "I am the Almighty football eleven. Joseph) Swan last

: God. Walk before Me. and be thou year's ,end rush will be. the Yale. %1IoId .. JlOR'l"1DI0'D'JI'D.! .

perfee"' (upright, sincere) (Gen. xvll coach. I LUMBER. LATH AND SHINGLES I IC .,........1....It (Q0 II XT. ) TueeThnre ..:.,...........10 W*
1)). 1'118> title of God here Is El-Shad- Va.ern............... IMM. pAr. KeyWe.tTueeThnn .. .., W .
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'r.liY"
Dan McLeod of Buffalo whe ts.csn- -- ---- --- -' = :::. :, L_ ............... fi 8 p LT.'X.y w..t.ju.Ar. : ...... haM..1.. ...".. 00 P" "?
dul, "hlcb} signifies the Mighty God sldeied the best catch as cakeh' sea \ nil.......>.t....... H coo" Mlamatited.. Fri..,. .. 0 8. R ,
who f IK all sufficient as a mother for Flooring Siding and Ceiling oBrick Lime and Cement.IN .
wrestler at his weight. Is contemplating 'FoI.ow: LooafTlme! ; Card addroat any Agent.eT. .. "'
her child. Abram had been leaning on 1\lcLeJd' \ '. .
than a trip' to England. will -' STOCK: .D. RAHTTEB, Aest.Goo.Faas.Agent ST.AUGUSTINE :J'LA.. I '
an aiui of flesh rather upon the Jcale _. ,
meet any man who does not ------- .
Lord and had lost in hAt i
fellowship a ,
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more than 170 pounds r OFFICE AND YARDS 3-1.1902 ;.
measure, but the Lord would restore ,
him nod have him do better In future ON F. E. C. RY. :!
tJfo.
and li an more fully on the Lord alone. FRIDAY HAPPENINGS.Moscow .

If we would know the power of God, Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth. .) / r.c,
burned '"> ''''
was on Friday.
we i'ustlearn our weAkness. If we '\
wonl know the sufficiency of God, Washington, was born on Friday. -- -- ----- --- -- ----- --yTri"'ire3kly --- --- TOR .. a' Y 1

we ir tat learn our own lusufllcleucy Shakespeare was born on Friday. Inn ti

(II ('r ,'. xll, t 0, 10; 111:Si. See some pre- America was discovered on Friday. \Clh..oft. Vlraahtegtoa lllalthworo ,1 'Ii,; i

cloi, words for the upright the sIn. Richmond was evacuated on' Frldttp. Ph41.delphla. H.etoaal, Atlanta A "' i{

c.'r" :I7, pg ixxxiv 11; cxlx: 1; xzxvll The Bastlle was destroyed on Friday. Ash : .'.91e ..e.. Ch.et..ooJ(. *. Leuisvlll :st"

37. The Mayflower was landed en Fri. / Clnoinn.tlDetroit 5t. Louis '. K......ii City den 1// *1 h!'
,
ID tC The Lord thy aDd will raise up '- *?"' ) Clev.l.nd, PUt.bu..J'
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unto tnee a prophet from the midst of day.Queen y Chltra w,7 n
thee of thy brethren like unto Me: unto Victoria was married on FrI. .JO. oto.. 4Mahe ,:d-1
him >o shall hearken. .
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ID .l//p.r. xxx, 21, R. V., It Is written: day.King Charles I. wan beheaded on

) "Their prince shall be of themselves Friday. tag.

t and t'teir) ruler shall! proceed from the Fort! Sumter was bombarded. on J9
nildnr of them and I will cause him Friday. ; woe.,

j to ''In, w nonr. and he shah l approach| Napoleon Bonnparte was born on w yl SOUTUfRN RMLWAY" '

uuio le. For who Is this that engaged Friday. I t 4Jdf' 6kC :

r his Bert to approach unto Me? saith Julius Ceesar was assassinated on tifrbo Ys
: the '...I'd." Here Is a wonderful and
+I,4, beautiful prophecy of the prophet like Friday. IS ROUTE F 'THE.CELCSRATED: TRAVIS; !' '
The battle of Marongo was foughton r
unto loses; one of themselves drawIng '
ncnr to God on their behalf and Friday.The The Southern's Ptvlra Limited d .
I I battle of Bunker Hill was fought I
LI'll1I.1: l Uod'a messagti to them lu '
". mar, y. lu nil! things It behooved him on I'rlday.Joitt. The WttBHlngfton( Richmond:< and ,'; ,, '.

to !110> made like unto his brethren that of Arc was burned a: the stake Flbx da Limited 'J.'

Hii i iKht be a merciful and faithful on Friday.The I t m
n high ;;.rloBt In things pet.tololnto/ Godto battle of New Orleans was The New York? andj) Florida Express :i"S-

in Le reconciliation for the sins of fought on Friday C

the p oplo. He was faithful to Him, 7'beLeahrntionof, Independence : ( "g' TO THE CAst. g' '7

that appointed him. as also :Moses w is signed.on Frlduy. The'' Chicago and ;Florida. ,
.Special
I fnltbtul In all! his bouse (Heb. II. 17;

7, III, 21. CYNICISMS. TKo Florida Limited '"!
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17-1) I will put Mv word' In lin nioutli, Sailing Between J r rFslh
"j"\ and he shell speak unto them all shut 1 Every: wan. thlnl he In tnliumlurJood w rut'MOUTH \\AN* wear ,.,
.
hul Command him. ,
.> JACKSONVILLE: I' NEW YORK "
'.. 4U said to Moses, "Now therefore go ,
: mid I will be with mouth and teach How It amuses people when a doctor Calling'at Chat-lenton 8.C., .
thy boll, way* ,, as lM.piV ear Use JacltaGa. to CladDttatJf:-* ,
I. tni"v what thou Shalt say" (Ex. Iv, 12) gets sick! THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE ....."....". ., ......u\r1\ -...T..I.. sad 01 tab Sky,'" ar y
\, Tie s.-IJ to Jeremiah: "Whatsoever I Some people refuse to give you eyed' Tbrou. 1 ........ TIe ..1ia..s.ut.epe- RaUway are 'operated''fat-

COlnlI and thee thou shalt speak.e e alls.it for working. unless you wear over. rim CLYDE' NEW EM1LAND ..tNISOU'rltElj LINE:!' connection: wltk ti..Pimlat SyiUn and Florida Bait'Caait Railway, '
Nt \
r vhobl. 1 have put My words In thy ;e Pull_a. SUeplag Cars and,Hotel DJalar Cart .a atl.throark: .
mouth" (Jer. 1, 7, 0) It Is easy to nndeiKtimd The women bare great admirationfor >lrect Service Between '" nAND tlMlllf. ", ';r?r

L bow such men needed to be a man who says be never saved a JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, Aak'rw' via
't .f told what to say but when we read I cent until he got married v AM EASTERN POINTS :Ttefcrti, .a tbira, Railway. Crrt...ail.a.. I.Uaited., '

that the Son of God so emptied HIm. Look yourself over. You are probably Callliiif' at Cha' Iraton both way ... '''IJ

... self that He could truly say, "I can of possessed! of a lot of petty mean- 1I1! !: II.WItt.ILINGM.: : 1 H. r./CAGEY, FU. Pi Agi, 114 ,., lip It.'Jacb..cIIer P1a.I''J..
Mine self do better off ,
own nothing "My .doc nesses that you'd be without. Fa.

trine Is not .Mine, but Ills that sent Every time'a man reads of a woman' StluLbh"uDcl. Fioai, Lewis' ,Wbarl, Uo.ton H.: HARDVIOC, Y.'K' TAVIOH!:, "

Me." "The Father wife sent Me, He losing pocketbook 'be feeU Justified NorthhotiDd From foot of Street Jacksonvtl.p A_ j,. I
Catherine C.erl .-r- __t.' a', Gr1, lw. .A--a'..
J, gave 'Me a commandment what I In his stand against giving his 'wlt ._ 1. ft'
should say/ and what I should speak money as.rrpw. .. Co Adhawaal I..

'''*he Father that dwelleth In Me One of the funniest things In the CLYDE. ST.' JOHNS RIVER LINE .ra.__. \*. lo .
11 He dootb the works" (John T. SO; Between Jacksonville: and Sanford.' ,
world Is to see a woman cry; not because -
vl"l!, 10; ill: 40; xlv. 10)). then Indeed ..
she wants to. but because she Stopping at Palatka. Astor St. Frsnel. .
;i Baraelnrd IDtlLandJUna
tt we see wbab was never seen before ,- ----.Sprlne. and -
thinks she ought to.-Atchioon Globe. -----r .
iii nor since-Him In whom all fullness Intermediate Landings tilt the St. John River.

1: I: ''. on dwelt another emptied eveu' to for entire His words.dependent APHORISMS Steamer "lOUISE" '''' BURTON. E. COB CO': l'l't

:1"1 29-22. How shall we know the word VA 'I'. C. 11, ROCK : ',
which the Lord hath not spoken Few things are Impossible to diligence 19 APPOINTKb TO SAIL AS FOCCOWS

}: ; Thrr nlways have been and always and skill.-Addlson. uv, Foot Catblrlne'St., .Tacknonvllle, Tuesday and Saturday. at 5
( The taut"pleasure In life Is the sense p.m. Gravel Roofing concrete? ,
1 will b" false prophets and teachers, leave !Sanford . AsplialtPatlnfcTbli :
;, :11." teaching Ilea In the name of the Lord of discharging our duty.-Hailitt.v: ,_. Mondays and Thursdays at 8 p.m.

/ \' 14;;': (Jer. xxllJ 21. 20, 32)). Therefore John 'There 'Is not a passion sa'sdongiy General Passenger and Ticket Office.' 204 \W V ;
} .) tells ufc by,the Spirit: "Beloved! believe rooted In the human heart a.'ee y.-: .! Bay St., JacksonvilleA. Company,, after, doing considerable' work .for' ,

I J:J not ewory spirit, but try the spirits I Sheridan. < .KAOPOTT!: Hnnt'll Ptut. Alt ;M. till' Nl/NOEf. Jr. A.e'Oen'I Ait McDonald, McGuIre,,Mf. lamer ((a'gent' for 'Jollepb'JeJfer on) '

:, 11'' wh.loI' they are of God because A wls."man. neither suffers himself! TUGS. D. NAI t'RY In state, 1..1. at.JOn.. ,New Allt.Yo.; k.'I"c. P. LOVSIL 404: seat. A.'t hey Jrl"ea..laaksonvtlle..Sties ; ;::. Mayor' Whllldln, ,Dr. Munyon-; W P. Hatcbctt, Anthony
''f many false prophets are gone out Into to be governed nor attempt t. govern rues ILgan .1""konnYIII." a'uut Hogaa. III", J..k.m.? Brother and '
the. world. Hereby know ye the spirit ,otbers.-La' Bruyere. JUIIN' i. HOWARD I 'nperlnlenJent: others, will 'go away; ) for the present.but will,be'
Jsrkr.nvllle.
} of Goil., ; Every spirit that coo fesseth Good'' humor and generosity carry THEO O. EOEK i Fuo5ll.gsn St, Wet ... CLYDe ,,,0 back to complete oontractb*, for work here and, Miami In "'" ..g
t that Jesus Christ Is come In tbe'.nesh the day wltb the popuiar-'n'eart all the General Manager: Uener4 .\ on&&, AUGUST
Any desiring
he I Is of God and every spirit that con world over-Alexander Smith. CheMboruuKb. UuhUing. It) 8int Skruut. opposite| Battery ".llkIII.w f ork. one work of, this kind would dd well

fesseth not that Jesua. Christ is comeIn .. to writ BURTON E. COE COMPANY either J.ck.dnvlller-1
When moral courage; feels that It,is -- ---- ------ [:::
the flesh I. not of God (I John 1 Iv In the right there Is no personal dar or Tamp" Our priced are reasonable, cad all our work it j

I I 31. The test therefore Is. "What ing 'of, which It Is Incapable.-Leigh SUBSCRIBE' FOR THE' 'SUI'Lu. guaranteed. v
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I4PPENINGS NEWS OF'fHh'OUTSIDE NUtiCD' of Eloctio : I' I> PROFESSIONAL: .( CARDS' ,' 'stop Paying:Bient 1 '

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Be Your Own Landlord I Ii I,
it ABOUT TH ESTATE WORLDItems ---- LAW. ,
WHttUsUs, The Utg-lsluturo ol 1901. under
th> Constitution of 8K/I. of the, Btafcs ofFlorida c,,u.uuil44eH. OBIO. (J.cuaatscfl1LLINtwJitTIt&oU1cItIE' 4'i Per Mouth -with only 3' per cent. ; ,, -

M* rapinof Intar f Concerning1 InteresfBolied, Down and ,did puns two Joint ltasolutjoflspropoalflg $ 5'O interest'per'annum,'will1'buy a -

Stat 'FloridaI.Tampa Prepared for Busy Readers. Knmndinents to the Constitution
Croat '
of the State of Florida and tbe snum wera OOINsELt01f8iWest -7 $1,000 Home or Loan
., ATTORftfYS AND -
In O I. Record of a Week.A .
K aitroed tu bjp a 'Vote'of thrao-ntths of alt lb.mumbara )
j I : NKW AND ORlOlNWt, FL.AN
I slanted to Snot House; thatl) the pa'tm 'Uea b, .. Fl .

I. :TluUji. gltatJiig the special grand jury has, been called vote'..on tlmlr said-rsspnctlvJOurnatM,Joint HusoluUons. with were the enterednpo. yens ,ia.ai The Standard: Guaranty? and Trust :

I fcutuentot, a, pottery works In that this we E 'Jn Chicago to Investigate no and nays thereon and they did determine I- Capital Stock 1100,000.00 Reserve and Coupon Fund, f 25OO.OOWM. ()
liKAHNINO
attem'a defraud Chicago and Cook and direct that. the said Join Resolutions be H.P. I. F.
I ARMSTRONG Jr. Hibiscus Hotel Palm Beach
; c'un lit of'about' $ vooo. submitted to the electors' ol the State at the ,
J Ylt then, A.X Co: and,, Claude San- Qeueral Kleetlon In Novoniher, 1UO!?, Attoraof and Counaf'llor-at-La.wy Agent for Dade and Brevnrd Counties' will toll you all about It Writ Iunf.YYVYYYYYv'vvvvvyvvyyvvvyyy.yyyyyyyyyyvyvvyyyyvvy..

I on' wtftte In IIwiiu niug. neal lQai'ne; TI Canadian 'Northwest' la being Now. therefore. I.It. Clay ( Crawford. Secre.tury .

4, ,;, Sunday alternoou, last were larg 1 settled up \by emigrants*from ol StttUt of the State of Florida, 'do (OlUce over Dank: ) -
r the I ted States. No tens than' hereby. give iiotlcp chatrn 4 "
,...owned.ft 15,000JBS ,- 3-16 1902 WEST PALM BEACH,( FLA S '
000 of land t I. owned by re- General Election ... 5 tS
The Gainesville, ,Sun i III lIuth"rlty.fotate nqw I I; Dade State Bank
ceut jitizena of Iowa 'and adjoining ? I. MiaTCAJLF County \
that, Hon. It. E, Day Ms wild be nnlil tu 'Boils county ,la Florida on W. ,

edt a .lucrative position with the state Tuesday next suweodliiir the fIrst Monday. In 'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.' '
I November A. 1).. 1 11305 the Said Tuesday West Palm ,Beach, Florida : I
eall' Steamship Company of SavantMtjr. Thirty lives were lost and aa many NOTARY 'PUBLIB. .:

"*b., :Day Is In, New York 'where more were fatally\ Injured in a Railroad being the .
I Fourth Day of :November Will practice In County: ,State and :Ivderal :
,
,._s beew .fo* acme time on business. wreck,near BerryAlabamaMondayf The Coaru:: .
For the ratlfloatlun or rejection, of the mild Authorized .
lot, Dun >ar of the Sajvatlon'. Army engine and tour cars of an ;excursion; Joint Resolutions, 'proposIng amendmenti to UND, CASKS: A SPECIALTY.Ofll : Capital, $100,000 .'

:j an Jtecuwlon to the poor' children I jumped \the track and rolled down a sixty the Constitution ot the State Florldii., via (! lnTBOPioii.8Di< Block. Paid .
Capital $15,000. :
Up
embankment. West him Beavh Radii Countyf II lorlila I ) :
uotbeis of ."ackaoiiville at Ora..edE. toot ARTICLE XIX. ,

,,itast Thursday. Music"'wafl''lm- The dypamlte Cruiser,Vesuvius, from That the (lull wlnllL' amendment* to the i :B. SAITNDEUS/Jr.: S :

.. ,''bed 'by ,Gardner's. band,1f; ; Good which so much was expected at the beginnIng Constitution of the State uf Florida b.... and H, OFFICERS.R. DIRECTORS I

inches, 8nd'plenty'ot cool drinks ,hadn ; of, the ,Spanish American war the la,,.. are;hereby agreed. to, and shall be ATTORNEY AT LAW.Corner S 1, Coo. N., W.Dlmlck.Potter PreHident, Vice.Prenldent H. N H "Dlnilck Pott'ir, Geo.K M.W.BrelnfordGeo. LatnhartR '' ,II' 'J,,
did naval warfare aubimttod to tho electors of tho State at tha Oeo. L. BrstmtiiK CashierW. : W. Potter: : '
.ided. The day1 was ,a jrraml not revolntiouize fiatura W.H. Hpltzeri
) pr Utmurul Election In 19OU: for Fit ti Heat Ion or Olive and Streets, : U Spltser. ,AHslntiuil Cashier! >eo, L. Brsnnlng
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Hereafter she will\ be used as a dispatch ,
esst I rejection, ,IHIWIUT PAE.M: FLORIDA i OPEN FROM ;
BEACH ; 9 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
I billy goat being chased by a jl'otiprenogs boat while her artnameut will be. consIgned Section it, ot Article'V of the Constitution p. .
I. amendad so a. to read an follows A general bnnktuqr himineii" tt-nnitacted. Collections I '
hi to a junk\ : shop. hereby : promptly remitted on day
last 'nigbC. saw the light ,The Supreme Court shall oounlBt' of three A', LEWIs of receipt. Draft bought and sold ou the principal citIes lu United tile Sta.etu "'

I ,Abstract and ;Realty \ Conipa- While crossing a street In Pltt field. Justice.*,except a* hereinafter provided who ATTORNCY-AT-lAW : S.A.P'ETY: : ; :KO2CESG. : : FOR ::&EJSrT ,
('s 'office but did not notice,the wlnv Massachusetts. .Wednesday the 'carriage shall'' be elected by the qualified elector* of .

and In an effort to escape1 dashed carrying President Roosevelt and the' State at the time'' and places of voting and NOTARY' PUBLIC. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAagAAAAAAA. )

Into thif window smashing It into smltbFereenR party collided with an electric car. Thecarriage tof member' of the' Legislature, and shall A..tel. the U. S. Plddlty Qusranty Co., otBaltimore '
huld their ollloe fin ,the term of six, yours, ex. Md. '
4 The window is' one of'the' fine was torn into smithereens the ,cept thove. first elected, one ol whom, t6 be Office- at corner of Clematis Avenue and Narcissus I

(plate glass, ;panes In the front of the private detective of the President was deolKfiatod by! lot In such nianner' as theymay West Palm.Streut JUcsoh.JAM over. Strohm'a store, '-..>iooa' W., S.. B'B'LLOontractor
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f office.;-G:"tneavllle News Instantly kiiled..and Mr Roosevelt deterinlne.halfltold' Ms 'office1 for two .
I Tear. ) another to designated In Ilk*' man- : '
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The few crooa: of oranner.. aliouf ceived several slight injuries. KM: E. AXDUE\VS
DeI I per. for four,yearn, 'and the third for six Buildkr
Land; ,will bring many thousands ''of A train bound for the west on the'Chicago years, so that> one shall be elected every Leo A TTORNEY.AT.LA Wi and

:'dollars' to.this'section'this 'wl ter., Be- & Northwestern Ry. consisting of year. ufO-r the arst election. .
The Chief' justice Hhull' be denlgnated. by lot NOTAR'PIBLlC, I
,aide the half dozen or so of groyea ad baggage coach and two (
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engine,' a b'y nolil'JuHtlmw, and"hall be such rtnrlnnils WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
Which have good crops, there are hundred coaches sttuck Prosecuting, Attorney of Brevarrt CoJ
crowded was .
p. serig r term of oflluut The flrst election for mem. '
"I '( of groves In this vicinity that will by a tornado and hurled oft the track ben* of the LecclHlature after the ratlflcatlou, FT Pias.Cs AND TITUSVIILB\ FX.A.' The erection attention.and repairing PLANS of AND Buildings SPECIFICATIONS: of all descriptions FURNISHED! given' personal ',

\ have 8' scattering crop-from several and down an' embattkmrnt'iS feet high of thltrConstltntlon, and thulr term of flics 'l-2'-lyr''! ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly '
Hundred boxes.....DeLand hall lieirln '(>0 the first, Tuexday after theBr done. References if ,
dozen to .. near Meridian Wis., last Friday night given desired.,
t Monday; In January alter their'election; 91.: UOnillNS
,News.' Only two people! 'were. killed' and three Upon ratldoiitlon n' this amendment. totheCoiietititln.the Tj-EO. Completely Equipped for' First-Class Plumbing '

l :A report comes. front 'Klsslmmee that were' fatally injured. Governor,' by and with Attorney/ and Counselor-at-Laui, Residence on Evernia Street. near Lake Front. P. O. Box 361.JHMBS .
Ir the consent of tile (Senate, shall appolni three 1-R.tf
Ibe rains have agaIn'cealled. ,, and the '
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With a life preserver about bis waist moreJuHtlieMof. the Supreme'Court, und each Will practice In State and Federal Courts, IL
,Jake is ,falling,. bein'JC'owea' now than it and a neck floatCarllsl'Graban) madea of whom, shall have the aanle'powera' and ,

ever has ,been at"this,,season, of, the hall receive the name compensation as each TITUSVILL, FLA. ", .
daring swim front (Niagara Whirl L' HOLLEVBUILDER
year. None of the1* boats has been ableto of the other JuHtltes of thevHiipreme; Court, x-i iyr :
pool through the lower rapids t<1- Lewiston -
each 'of tht", JuHtlii-ss appointed shall hold -- :\
rlve for
go down Kissimmee. ,over, N. Y. At times-he would-be lost olflca until. the float Tumday. after the' first MED CAL.AND StJRCICAL .... ..... J !
and It Is a- 7
three' a common sight
months
Monday of JUlie In the 1UO5. and
f rom sight completely,, throwing the veur may ,
to see big oxen wagons. ',leavIng town inndredsof spectators In to1'great excite. further eolrl olflaa until bin. tmcmwor. ..hallbe' L. -D. ISATOU in. D. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS: FURNISHED: ON APPLICATION :I i

for the i cattle'' ranches in the southern elected and qualllled. II In shall be soprovlil.'d WEST'PALM BEACH FLORIDA )
nent. He received no serious Injuries HOIKEOPATHISTWEST
torlaw. For the year 1000 and l-8-tl
of the .f}:
purl county, .
in his baiardous swim. : for tbe stilistHiuent.
St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville Telegraphic cominunlcatloni: from- the may provide' by law for the election of such Residence opposite MetlniillHtt Church. OulceOlettiatls : -
:
will not have to., close. Several weeks : i number of Justice of the Huprem. Court as Avenue nuxt t(>Mssonlo Tninplo.; I
it looked as if this charitable institution sland of Martinique" have' been cti't'offbut It may determine, and prescribe their terms, Office boum 8. to 9 ...m", 2 to 4 ..n,11, to 8 p.m.Bundays ..( WELDON. ,rweew (
ago a 4
tu
.n"
have been' coming In for )<
reports /( of'olHce, not to exceed six years; rruvld..d.Tbat .
would have to be closed for want Special! Attention Siren fv Diseases of Rustle
.several days, stating that the 'old volcanoIs tile number of Justices., of the "Mupreme' ; Women and Children. ,
or Ii nee*. Mrs. J. H. Durkee real- Court ,holding office at the. same time shell .
still aUveaDd in" violent >ruptWm: PRESCRIPTIONS
ae f the directors, act to work I in'.t not be tan than three and shall not be the Money "
Since' Tuesday last" (weel\ !' prolonged rrfc, IIOODM, D.'
to collect: he' neceuarj funds rtInllance. greater than six, and provided that no
_
rumblings. and detonations! have'been. ,40atle. of the Supreme. Court can by sucbD Dr.
Her success has been heard and clouds of-dust Jiave beeu fall- act of the Legislature b.. deprived of his PHY8/CI1H AND SUHOEONOfflna Why ? MILLER. the Dentist .

oua :Among the many contribuH. lug over the surrounding Islands. olllce during th i term for which. be was over ,Strohm' 'store WEST PALM is making an extraordinary of.

t M.:Flagler. who gave $soooo.; Kleeied.tootlou l D.&pAt.H: Residence near Royal Poln- Because- It is THE Important (er to all people with bad teeth.' .
"ando Record: During the storm The price o// beef in St. 'Loula 'varies $ 4 Article', V of the Constitution 'part of our business, and at all ,
clans H
Is hereby amended; so as to read us follows: ; times receives our most careful at SEE HIM
than It
from to cent' cheaper
ao
25 per I
4 ,4q' at Winter Park Sunday afternoon The majority of the J ostlees" or the MeptenieCourt ; tent r'in. BEFORE

jI Sylvan; and Oscar Self were, riding in an was six weeks ago. Of .course this ap- shall constitute a.. quorum fur the R.8" POTTER M. D., HAVING .
plies to wholesale": price's the retailer traimttctlon of all business.; Butlwhen. tjinreHhiill Because-We fill so many of ,
In which YOUR
also two
open buggy: ; were them that our stock Is always fresh
S hunting! dogs,' behind the seat. Aden >ndi laving not yet realized the fUll advantage Court be six Justice* ofthehire.seCourt. the 11. 11-98 W..:HT PALM BEACH. F1.A.O and pure bebidea being cotuprehensive WORK
of the slump but he will enjoy,still may hoar and determine cases and and DONE.
complete
flash of and the ,,1
lightning came exercise .u/n of lt..' powers when sitting.
bolt'' struck, 'the. buggy: killing both Cheaper rates before many dayit. have' either In a body or In two division., undqr ,Po PLATTS' BI., D. Because-Our system of cotn- Room 32 Jefferson Block

dogs and breaking* one wheel of -the 'passed. Bountiful crops and the arrival such regulations us may be prescribed bylaw S. pounding and re-checking from West Palm Beach, Florida.ROGERS .
of large consignments of well fed or by tbe rules of said court not Inconsistent PHYStCIAH AND SURGEON. the doctor's original order insures
vehicle! but did not injure Abe boys, .
therewith The concurrence of a absolute
, cattle are the pauses. Telegrams delivered all hours ol the day acuraCVj8ecause..LOur
." whose Is truly marvelous.
escape .
majority ol the me nberx of the Court sitting. ,
: 'Oklahoma In wherein. the Court shall sit and night charges are always -
Tbe war in between thecatttmentand any cnuss as
S S. Siunaon. of Gulf City, Mias':, is 12-39-190 FORT PiKRCt: :,' Fla. right and reasonable being
one' bOllY"allall be to A decision"
necessary ;
I tto : farmers'Is 'growing and based simply on exact value of' .
making effort to organize a stock _
and whoa anfmenber of a dlvlHloir of the -
_% %
'Increasing In. bloodshed and devastation. ingredients and time consumed. %/
company jn Gainesville :for the t>ur- Court shall dissent 'rom tbe majority ol such DENTAL "
The cattlemen in some Isectiont claim division on questlon.such question shall They are never "guessed at. All
t? pose erecting a $65,000 hotel In that : any i are treated alike. '
the lands by priority possession and be submitted to the Court Hitting In a. body. *
&-, city. 'The1 plan, so far as shaped, Is to r> n, .PtACY
The number o'terms of the Supreme! Courtand :
build a ,hotel to cost about $65,000, an are: fightingr the encroachments of the l the time of holding, the same shall be The Physicians Trust Us (l SilverWaTe
farmers. One'! side is destroying the DENT/ST. ,
w electric: car line to Newman' ,lake, a regulated by law: All terms shall be held at

f pavilion: and a 'good rock, road to the ':rop., burning ,barna and grainthd! the Capital of tbe State. Office over pade County State Bank. You can Safely, Do the Same v"I
Tea
An house l other is killiDC' cattle'', while both'areambnabii Spoons
!' lake. opera alO figure (\n AItTICLE XX. Will be
&k the plan ,and'everything necessaty tb ,fc and!! shootiair eaeB .other Thut-th following; amendment to the I open Luguat'i5thS.WEST
: ''ALIiIBBAfl.: .' FLORIDA : Dimick & 75 "Cent and np
t make the cIty point of interest for the Three men, aboard'"Big.. Glory-*' one Constitution;: tbeBtuteof Florida IMS and theme . Riegel '3
I IH hereby agreed to. and, shall be submitted ,
tourist i in to be contdderet.I of the largest balloon's ever 'constructed
Oltl"' UOUG I'l'ONDENTOSf'
to tile electors of the state at the
\ /I CapUGeo.! G. Gleason, of Eau Gallic, left.Denver; Colorado Sunday August General'Eleutwu, In 1902 for ratification or Ii) WEST PALM! BEACH TableSpoons .

I'' ,who is In the employ of the canal company 3ist for New-York Cityv Sunday night at rejection' !Seetlou! of Article V of the Constitution :.. Per Set, $1.50 :

! ::4' ', I' now cutting the channel through 9:30: they were struck by a storm and as follows Is: hereby 'amended. so as to read I JlOLL\ND'DOCJK.. VEST 'PHONE PAtV B8ACH.t_ and up ,

1 from the Matanzas 'to the Halifax river from th ll' 'untU' daylight-were'tossed: Section 8, There. shall be right Circuit : I

i States as his opinion that the twOrlvefll: about back and forth over Pikes Peak. Jadgt who-,shall be apM| >lutjed by tb.-UOy. r 'I'. UANIEI.9 Per !Set': .

: 'I. can be connected Jn about. twelve Without any*'serious injury they landednot ernor, and tenAriisdby tha Senate and Lii- I I Knives' $3 and
', a\. in New York but Colorado who shall bold iheli oltlce for six years. OfHTia np
months' time provided that I In the solid on .
Tbe senate shall be divided by the Legistlatura .
cutting: no bard rock anrwtsnce are en- '011: at Its first regular session' after.. the COCOA i irftMAM[ B1VBB. FL.OKIIIANOTAR l.itl-et Build Houses ,Prices onSterling '
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countered. The lowe end of the, canal According Peter Sells one of"tbe adoption, of this sectIon Into the eight:iadlrlKl -- 'i! \

: : from Jupiter b> Miami I la tJ' ocb"Cln\ult>. Much Jndge sh..ll Silver
ter'shape than ever before. Some cutting Bros.' Circus, that circus has perfected to ) < -- : ,
bold at least two terms.of his (Court li. each Repair Houses. '
; U needed at Gilberts Bar which it interests" with the IlLUTOALF1,,
o': u "community county within bin Circuit every year, an.iiat Quoted on S
-. la stated is government water and the Buffalo BillWild,, West segregation and siuh, times and place.. as slmll be prescribed :i- NOT Rr'PI/BL'O, Shop work, I ApplicationRaIIr.'ad

1' canal' company brought a dredge np to the Barnum & Bailey shows., Mr. Sells by lw, and may. bolll.p..al. t..rma. -
The Governor may, In hut discretion" For the State of Florida! at large.Diet's. Repairing or
( ,, Jupiter do that work, but the government .said. that tbe three aggregations signed WatchTIME3NSPECTOR

r cannot pay for same so there the a contract a' mouth.go. and henceforth the order respective a. temporary'exchaugi Judges order.of any Circuit.Judg* by tu Mortgages Drafted.CoilveysucIng,. LCSMM. )' sort Contracts Dock Building. .

matter rest for the- present.: Capt. they are to be managed by the Barnum holdi one or more terms, or part or parts of Ii 8118111';

Gleason paid' flying-visit to hi*.family & Bailey Company Limited! of London; any 'term many otherClrcultthe. that to All w<>rk Guaranteed In ritopioAL. I.ezully Bon Block.Wimt Correct.tntlce Call on or addressM
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at Eau Gallic Sunday, returning to the England.Each company' laid Mr. which he l Is unsigned. The Judg* shall reside Palm H iiub'-. n' il i rnuntr. Flnrlda.CIVIL FLORIDA EAST COAST
to th"n"ultof blch he W Judge* PLANT SYSTEM
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Ancient City Monday.-Tltll.IU Star- Sells,:"retains its Individuality, and will\ This rfectlim sbult not Iw operative until ENGINEERING ;, :j. YARBOROUCH SEABOARDAIRLINEJACKSONVILLE :

.5 Between two 'htmdred and fifty"and stand on Its own4 legs." The Barnnm & the Lagislatnreshall have divided this State S West. Palm lleuch. }o'I... & SO'WESTERN

three hundred banker*, with their families Bailey Company;, Limited! Intends to Into' eight Circuits as hereinbefore provided E' O. BPT1.EU. R. J. RILES '
and thO.even Circuit Judges" holding of. GEOU
control the cIrcus business of the' 'continent !. furl ,
from the State of Illinois,: ..Michigan
flee all the time of uub division shall continue -
and Great Britain CIVIL ENOINEER 225 West Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE!: Ft A.Brelsfard ,
as well as to retain
will ; Chicago l ,time'Jurisdiction iiVer their .
Iowa and Indiana, ,leave to ace several
on November 16th for a trip: ,through strong hold'\1pon the' field in 'the existing 'Circuit",a'l PonstltutetV at the OEPI/f'f. COUNTY svnver6n AND WOOD !' WOOD !
United Statesi time: of such division until the Judge of tlis
DADE' COUNTY.Lorsi .
FOR
Southern States embarking
the finally additional Circuit shall have qualified. The Bros -
| for the of the ,
I from Miami for Cuba almost the same Thomas L. Bennett of the Fletcher I Circuit JudgeS holding bfflc* 'at the time ot f, K.C.t Rv.Af cut POMPANU lml->\\l'J.A Dspvtneiit 6-1- '. S I

route as the one chosen and traveled by Manufacturing( Company of Providence such' division shall severally 'eviitlnue lu oII I Stove Wood Real Estate and Insurance

of1 lumbermen audMisa'. flea until expiration of ,their then existing REAL ESTATBvHd*INSURANCE ,
the Indian* who 4.
large part} EdithjRfn: -- an em. I '
tarn of oltlre. as Judge of the Circuits Delivered to Any: 1'urt of Town.:
PALM BEACH,, FLA.
last iear. The Itinerary.: of th'e'trip, will ployee of the )llancbesterllt, at Btng- respectively In which under such division '

place the' party in 'Pensacola, about hampton, N. Y., weret married 'on 'a the !county of his residence may be Included; \'V'AL.LAOB2''m MOSES Notary Public. Cottages to Rent 'I

November ajth, two-- day, toe spent wager in <'a balloon-at'a' height of one and a Judge-fo. the additional Circuit. shall Leave. orders at Wood Yard on Clematis '
for .. 8uoe.*.or, to A. W. Robert, 'Avenue,'near tie railroad track Po.tofflc.. Bulldtair.North ol"'
be appointed a term equal' tuthe. uoox-
la and around BirminghamThis mile, before a lai'go ciow.t of spectators, address 8-1-1BO1( Fulnpf,..,.. Hotel l
tbe other Circuit or
of Jadgea uponsuch I.REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
'I crowd is made op of some of the wealthiest at a Tioga, Pa., fair. A pri4e had been "Iredera.division'' being- made. The salary 'ofsarW : :
I of the' West and while It I Is offered the who would Agent for We.t Palm ltes.eWTowDIoilv also 'J. T.. SNELL
men couple be married Circuit Judg shall ba two thousandseven West fitlm Beaiib' Water Works. ,

? a bankers excursion, still there will be in a balloon--and friend of Bennett's, hundred and fifty dollars.Th SOTAKY'FUBMC.Clvnifttls Avenue,neeroii.e.street PROPRIETOR 1)-elf Monroe Dorsey'sBanyan Shavin( Parlor

,i 'with them some!! member of the ktlOwlnjt"o 'b" 'appioach1n ( wedding; proposed* votes amendments east la compliance. and the With canvass.! sold 11.n.ll1l1t: WMtPaiin lif,neb. Florid St., nearOlive. StS

Chicago Board of Trade"who arc known In a jok i wrote to, him olJerlulr'ar"ager, declarations end returns thereof,' shall b., Cooper's Old Stand

by reputation alt over thec6uniry.' Aa of $Ji'that 'Ke tiare'bot accept tbe prop- enbjeeteil ta th- snow retfulntlouand restrictions ARCHITEt'7"4ND. SVILDERW LIGHTWOOD POSTS BEST SERVICE and ', I

Illinois vhwapaper speaking of the osltiooi Bennett conferred with his sa are provided by law, for general --- S First( Class Ll htwood Posts for PROMPT ATTENTION ; '4 '

jaunt said that million of dollars fiance,and .she consented. A minister elections the Btate Sot Floride.Jo O. 'JHO'VN'.' Pineapple Covering and other pur- A.H..tI_. ,, ',i(1

1, worth of property-will W represented was found who'was willing to vp'witb' Testimony my hand Whereof and I,affixed bays hereunto the Great. .5. ARCHITECT ANti lUllDtR. poaeff AddressH. -

in this party. This important 'excursion : them'and the-ceremorryws8 performed {UK.' ( geal'ol 'th. Stat. .of,Florida,1 at Plans and sp clflc tloDs pnyared. B. HOWARD' D. M. GEAURIDEAUS,

i- went to California! last year, aad 1 hI mid *1r. ,'The" scent"'Waa safely Tallahassee.. ,the C.pltaJ."tbla the Jobbing work given prompt attention at PALMS SHATO PARLOR.Flntelnxs

several member*,v'are reputed to. have made and. thc'",eootxl* said tbe espe' First, t>sy of Aunast,A. IX:10Oir: i ShoP' o.Dat ratlss.tt Sebastian, Fla. '
H.c.L.YCR4; ;: F01RD. [ Tonsorla. work by tile S'I
I ,made heavy investment as an outcome rlen e was a moat"dellRhtfut'and"uo.e} To JOHN.J'BOIIOCJ Secretary! of8tst VBhcrlff --- "Old Hellahtfl.. "
:;;' of the tilp.--FeuacoIa Press ODe. Dad County. "Walkover" Shoo AMTHONY BROL. MANHATTAN SHIRTS' -ANTHONY'S BOP UNDER!: HOTEL PALMai 'r '
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,, '8 THE TBOMCA.L, SUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA,! IDA +. sal BMBKB 6, 1902

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loan of Ui..aflLL luat., and ;

f'jr I\I'Ii ELECTRIC LIGHTS much interested In the )

reply, beg to say that a too )K., ; Lot of Trouble ;' '

mo Is rated at a 3,000 light :.t, ..
" "\\1' but In actual performance '" ,, .-

:\\ l' \ ARE MUCH NEEDED I ; are not. obtained and calculil matter of makingthe Clothing1, ttffc boy or

: ,. 1, that you bane your )' : away to school this Fall ., W* "'p' _
". t,' what" .I* knrtwn as..a K, W t ,
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revolving field sixty cvcle'' ," \

" (ji I lil! ':'hi !I BOARD OF TRADE TAKING STEPS current capable dynamo.of furnishing Thin In acit \ '' nEAtlY EMBROIDERED INITIALS.'I I. Sold by the yard' .'}1.C;' j It t'A s ;

.(" OJ; \ from 3,400 (to 2S.<\ lights and in find' \ pee about; them. "" / ; .
, :\, ,' nlah these tights In three Jf I, ,,'
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i A. 3"": '. To Have a Plant In Operation In West Palm Beach Next, Win- distinct. clixuiti. The R" : t.
:! i m"Uwf tteinit that arc lmh<.. T"S' 'F. & t oUTPtTTBIIC:' f
Ill' i ter. The Establishment of a High School Approved lighting/ purponea can! !>e. 03i.I.: <
.! ,,1 one circuit or phase while llie MateriaJ} for: Laundry tqo 'Ci _
/ ages
the Board : ,
:!:\ ,i" e by Wednesday Night. !IIIJT [lW(1 phases can he Used for s '.4 .fr
,
I )1r';) ; cl .1 residence lighting, I '(,';
/
',. 'i.\\. -folk pr 11' '
abling pod to work both arc:. "d.. !fj(
.. {1.+ ii.> The tegular meeting, of the Board oft4i len) to give them a man who could offer descent lights from one 1 -'
;;; ; ; :
:' Trade was beld, Wednesday evening I In high school: studies, and that they had out ,pay Interference whatever. the o oltorostokOStoitoROkoitoROSlo .wlb, +aoeaaoteayio'ablspau.t0aorrtt" #I -

; '"i'l the public{ library hall-President Doter decided to milks,West Palm Beach Lemon d.-rn (tlye. you anything like! : ', *> k "fj yJ
:: i In tbe chair. The minutes: of the Inset City and Miami, the three points IB rote estimate' of thin plant.It, I i ,,_- ,i teIf o r.. ,, '

>>'''!.'" t I meeting were read and approved. the county where a high school: course leCBsaary! for us to nave a : I in I. o G. G. Strohm, Company .u

v,: li I Secretary H. P. Branning then read ali will be taught. The committee then suggested town showing the location of they( $ .,,. .$
:, comi. unicatlon from H. II. Carpenter. that anyone present be allowed and the approximate: number hei, ..

a.' of TiLusvillFla.. Mr. Carpenter 1 I. to express: their views on the high school descent lights to be used in a FAMILY GROCERIES '!F "

'ii seekIng work as a painter or carpen question. Mr. Emile Anthony who has We would also have to snow gen. '

"'I:,::, ty. The letter was ordered filed\ and shown much interest in the question, of cypress or_cedar poles about 0'.. / \. '0"
.
r r anyone who knew of work to notify Mr. was present and was asked to make a thirty-five feet in height Fancy Food. Products '
Carpenter.In few remarks. Mr. Anthony made an heart at top. Also the I ,
eloquent and earnest plea tor a high water suitable for boiler .
the absence of Dr. II. C. Hood : oIf ._ o
school. He cited the fact that about one great deal depends on this aa the Grain Provisions. ,
and 1>
r chairman of the sanitation committee, ", '
dozen students will leave here about the boiler is best where ,
/ you are rnn Ito A r
h the
Mr. McGinley called the attention of
1
first of October for DeLand and other BaIt water water '
,;,: Boaidtothe unhealthy condition In the use or but It I :,
\ points in the State where they could secure great deal of flare and m was JEFFERSON BLOCK
that
':: Styx on the East Side. He staled w
a high school course. This dozen and an entirely different holler de 0' ,
1" In ,
the odor
was so offensive specially ,
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fire,;l ,, the north end of this village that one students, he stated" would take out of able If your water Is,free from fall West Palm Beach Florida.' '
,
I n the town between $3.000 and ",$00 dur- purities. i. ; ? ( !}
;; could not walk through it without holdIng t-l-90a '
; \ lag the next right months, and that
4 their nose. President Doser sujgesUd The writer la well aware of we lsolsotsolsolsokolsoisokolso itc ao..aoslolsolsolsolsolsolsolsolsolso'leafs..
//I'i"\: t that Dr.Hood be notified at once. they were paving tbia money for some. culty of getting fuel in your The
thing that they should get at home. In being the case any device of ..,.,..
; f The ,committee on railroads and the first place,be stated that the stn save the fuel would be advisable THEEverglade_ -
45 \I freights reported a communication from dents were not capable of appreciating
,' it added considerable to the as
: Mr. J. R. Parrott of the East Coast all of the that this
'f advantages & money The
the
plant, and to this end
I Railway in reference to erecting sep would bring them until they were a little recommend the use of the for Produce Go Buyer/ and Shippers of

arete waiting rooms for the white older and more advanced and that it blue rather than a steam
and colored people at the railroad sta would be better for them to take mote rat West Palm Beach Fla.
advantages are briefly these:
tion. In aabstance, Mr. Parrott stat high school work at home and then go ,
load a saving of :20 cent in !
Et
ed that the question of building two off later better prepared and be able to steam engine! too per per cent at ; Hay, Grain, Poultry, But er, : Limes ou,
separate, rooms was one upon which take higher work. The, County School ,
load and even more at lighter \ L. Eggs, Potatoes, and
4: + many differed and that he thought, Board be stated were standing readyto the figures which have this .
r, since so many of our winter visitors help In any move In this connection; fuel, it would be! you undoubtedly I All kinds of' Crops, by-Carlo a ?.

would likely} object to seeing the color that they had shown their willingness to use oil as a fuel and much / Produce. ...,
line drawn so closely.it would be best to by the readiness with which they gavea factory. You would Also have ,-
build o'ne large room and have separate male principal when asked for and __ tt
the of coal and
j cost .wood the
'4 sides lor whites and colored. la such have In every way expressed themselvesas a fireman, while the oil ,
case, the same ticket office could serve in such
being ready to help work. .
care of itself. We would After the ,Fire
(ri a both white and colored patrons The He urged the Board of Trade to take
I two too H. P. boilers, capable t .
letter was ordered filed and the com some steps before the next summer to
i ing 200 pounds steam pressure Go to safe and
mittee requested to call on Mr. Parrott organize and establish. a high choolln your get ,
it on his next visit down here. The opinIon Wist Palm Beach. Mr. JVB McGinley, oil burner equipment vwith PO LI out a good Fire Insurance 'Policy,
feed water heater one feed and it, will be like
just finding
i' of the members of the Board was G. G. Currle, J. B Beach all supported g ,
one gravity condenserand
((1 then called for in order that the com what Mr. Anthony bad said sad fkesaniment money. .
pump one 35 II. P. ISO K. W. mittee might know in what way the of all seemed to be in favor of ; i&i l.. .. i I/t'
alternator as shown! In ,circular ,
Board would like to hsv.e' them approach early action in this direction. The' *dcatlonal re Trt 'v'
we enclose you one switch
Mr. Parrott. Almost everyone committee waa then Instructed control of the above turbine Haven't Got ,

preRCot expressed themselves emphatically to obtain the law in- the matter of eaablibblng -, t ..
Necessary lines for the use of .
as being In favor of two separate a high school and to report lights and 1,000 Incandescent II1I1C'l. y Any Fire Iniurance'yo. ,

': rooms, also suggesting that the same what steps were necessary to be taken The approximate cost of the : : ; : r, say ?, Don't see !how you can a :>1. 1t, 4' '

oftict could serve both white and col to that effect. ooo. The cost depends 'as ] ;< to ford, to be without, It. Talk I l' t. ,;.(J o
ored people by placing it between : .
..
The electric light committee reported '
upon tha arrangement of the ) -z over with| t..
tbe two with a window on each side. .
hat they had been very busy communicating location of the lights and from
i The committee on education reported with electrical companies! and ity and quantity of the feed of '
electric light men in reference to estnbshtnsr The Tropical Real Estate
that they were in communication with an electric light plant in West location of the plant with regard l Exchange
Mr. Z. T. Alerritt superintendent of Palm Beach A letter from the Florida center of the town. If yon will
public instruction in reference to establishing Electric Company of Jacksonville regarding a littlejnore information along Tropltal Sun Block W. .1. .METCALF. Manager
a high school here. They had the cost of establishing an elec would 1 be -. '\ ('
trio light plant the different kinds ol we pleased to let ,
not had time as yet to make out a full .. ... ..
'' machines, etc., was read and ordered from us further. ... < "I ,
report of all the details necessary to establishing led. The following is the letter: Yours truly, ,,' t ':i :
such a school but hoped to !..'
FI.ORID"ELltC'tRIC When You Need;
r'' do so at the next meeting. Mr. Mer Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 19, oa i <
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Mr. A.\t. Fober Signed) G. C. ; )
ti'. raitt wrote the committee that it was the West Palm Beach Fla. Sales : x J
'purpose of the Board in giving West Dear Sir; Mantels. TiliM 1 !! and, Grater "

t Palm Beach a male principal (Mr. Al We beg to acknowledge/: the receipt of Mr. II. S. Miller of the ; ----------J -----u tf '
Dili. .
a communication from Mr. C. A. I fl

of Klsslmmee, Florida. Write us for ....
..YYYYTYTYTYTTYYTYyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyY Kissimmee, a city of about Catalogue and Prices >>:

wise as West Palm Beach had ) : '

and was operating its own 2 FLORIDA ,
BUILDING
SUPPLY CO.
r' I I Shirtsf I plant Mr. Miller wrote to Mr.

inquiring the coat of the plant JACKSONVILLE ,.' '
ol FLORIDA "
; etc., tbe cost of running and the : 9. :'

: :For Fancy Dressers ly receipts. In reply .Mr, : \ by o'I
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t :, .' J<, ceived the following in/ormation! : : t tooKOStoMOkostokoatokostoatoKostoltoltr
r "It gives me pleasure to give I : of
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the information of an electric oKottoKoKoltoKo ollolt'
ShirtsFor that I know, the operation, etc. .
t I .:,. ..!: : remember, when the plant was i Truscott Boat MYg\ Co. I
,
'r" stalked, it was under a franchise r. :
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= 7. (J' to Maynard. This franchise CONSTRUCTORS OF ,
Everybody, t ; at
= the installation by him of it arc .
f : for the use of the city at a net b* i High Grade Pleasure Croft I .
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city of |iooo per year All arc

1 I Shirts't"4'j. over and above that number to ,*' Vapor Marine Motors. f 0:

1 for at the rate of '7.50 per J. D. O. MORRIS, Agent : -'
Subsequently, be agreed to .- .
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,. ., plant to the city at cost r West Palm Beach, Florida! 0 0otsytsolsa
: For You about $4,500. That Included the : 4
E yl' ;J.'J' Ing ground boiler engine >tolsoiso5solso7so7sop oo>toolsoltoltotrolto>to71o7so>toilo7sosc
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all necessary machinery poles,

I ShirtsNew lights, fixtures, etc., for the ) h .',.
some Soo or more sixteen candle I Insure In the Old Reliable
incandescent lamp for I
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in town. At that time all the Germania life Insurance
New Just Received vial lights and light for Company

C r being paid for at the rate of 3 s OF NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860. y

lamp per night of sixteen candle ; For particulars address G. LOPER BAILEY Manager for Georgia an-'\
= When this offer was made the Florida, Box 340. Fsjatka: Florida

..4 chased the entire equipment ,
14''00., 'Since that time they

,', I Bros. duced the cost of the lights to GRAFTED, Mulgoba

Anthony j half vate of ownership what it wa", and at pnt the In time about BII Mangoes

Collection of Crotons In the United .
more arc lights for the streets States. Palms, PbyJlan
: West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami : total of twenty-two thousand 'hu., etc. AU pot grown. Full Line of asa Stock
< lights. The capacity of the plant I growlfOI1 High Spruce Pine LaDd

e., :! place i Ia 650 sixteen coddle power JOHN bEACH.Largest West Palm' Beach. Flu
descent I lights. The private
use are about 300. The*, t '
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y = the public lights now actually THE
.1
TRAVELERS
are equivalent to about 500 sixteen
dle power Incandescent: lights. ,,, ,
r
E t ABa: I |I40, to 1145, per month. ,, MRS. N. F.. GARCIA, Prop'r Jacksonville '
SILENT Fla.
course when lights are installed
aa.u4/JAAIUasALU1AAAUAAA' vat houses, the owners of these .
:
::: Electric Lights, Electric
::: .j are required to pay Ute actual Bells, Baths, Complete Servic

..u"w .. uu... of.the Installationand' then''s. PALM BEACH, FLA The Best $3.00 .per day Hotel ,In ,Florida


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