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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: November 3, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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WEST PALM BEACH Department Is Gradually Get'" as They Come and Go- A. S. BotsFord Co.'. ad. will interest Mr. J. D. Mathis, the well known Clematis !,

ting: Down to a Business, |;j; People Whom You Mayor the ladies.In Avenue baker, is moving his stock

/ Basis.. New Members. v May Not Know. the absence from town several days into the building just west of his present

stand.
.l, : ----' a bit week of Marshal DeBerry, Mr. N. e

"URGE IT The regular weekly meeting of ..tbefre Louis. Burkhardt, son of Mayor Burk- C. Jones acted as marshal. Miss Pearl E. Rose, of Wildwood, has
OF TRADE WILL
BOARD ? Department was held Tuesday hardt, left Monday. morning for Stetson arrived in town and accepted a position bin
Mr. Moffatt,,. the ion of .Mrs. F. L. I
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:evening in the ball over the .Free Readng University. the dry good. establishment of A S. .
tfoffatt, who Is expected In DeLand today "
Room,.Vice-president Currie presiding Mrs. Frank Idner has been visiting has accepted the position of Instructor Botsford & Co. J J
and then In the absence of President Me-:; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Starks Messrs. Ardine and Luther. Holland f f
the Henry ,
Plan
The Committee on .Education Proposed ,"' in telegraphy at Stetson.-De-
Ginley. .: I at Malabar. left Tuesday for St. Augustine, where t N
Land News.
Board Wll Take Steps at. once to Secure a 'Sub9 Eighteen members responded to' the they will enter the State College for the i
Mr. B. Aultman returned to
Murray
District Election. Other Hatters. roll calf, and the minutes the previous t The brick work on the new Jefferson deaf, dumb and blind. *t
town Monday night from a business ttlp 'i''
meeting were read and approved at block was completed this week, and the
1 to Tacksonville. Manager Harry L,. Brown, of The :
workmen are now putting up tbe iron Tropical Sun, returned last night from ":'
read.The Mr. F. M. Platt, of Neptune, was in cornice interior ;,
.j. ordinances of the town of Weal work and finishing up the a three weeks' business and pleasure .
of the West Palm advancement and members of the pupils town Saturday on business, and made
The regular meeting of the building
Palm Beach relative to the
government trip to Niagara Falls, Ontario. 1 I\,J\
Beach Board of Trade was held Wednes require them."' The Sun office a pleasant call I
: of Desartment read and '
the Fire the
was .
Tbe first car load of for this Some kind friend whose is .
ing.VPresident; Ben H.. Doater and. Chapter 4678, 1899 laws providetbe same' incorporated into the by-law's of Miss Norton; a member of the"West oranges name unknown r
season left Palmetto last Saturday, over to the members of tbe church, 1 :
presiding; manner lo which special schools Palm Beach public school. faculty, has I m
the Department, tbe Seaboard Air Line, consigned to has presented the Methodist Church ,"
Fonrteem. members answered to the may be established which in substance returned frnn her summer vacation.
It was moved aud carried that Section
New Orleans. The contained five
car with handsome silver communion If.
a set
roll call .nit the meeting was one of the U as follows: Upon the petition of one-I 3 of the by-laws" of the Department shall Mr. and Mrs. Don.Morris spent Monday hundred boxes of Florida lincys. live pieces, which donation has been I fffU fffUof .
most Interesting yet beld by this worthy fourth of the qualified elector, of any I'h'
.
I read: "-It officers of this Departmentshall In Jupiter the former looking after received. ,
organization.; ; city Incorporated town or community, be elected at the last regular meeting .. I the 1;>>business: of the Bond & Bind Com A. soon as the store room in tbe Sem- gratefully d 1 '
i Chairman Carrie, of the Committee on which pay a tax on real personal in December of each year" pony, inole block at the corner of Niscissns Tbe thirty-sixth annual encampment tat ;
and residents f auYtt, locality and Streets is vacated which the Grand Army of tbe Republic will I .P':
Laws, made a brief verbal report, stating property are v> On motion, the two foremen were added .. Mr.k. Brelsford Banyan ,
M. daughter
I that the curfew ordinance, as prepared the Board of Public Instruction shall! to the Executive Committee. and / left. will be some time in November,. It will convene in Washington/ City on tbe 6th j Jr

by tb.. ladles .of the Women's cause an election to determine, whether A motion. prevailed that tbe by-law yesterday morning for Atlanta and Indian be fitted up for a bar room and will be of October. In this connection it is noticed :
Springs, Ga., where Mr. Brelsford Carl that the advertised rate from West !t-r
Christian Temperance Union and the such subdivision shall become a specialtax as amended at this meeting be adoptedas occupied! t/v Zapf.;

Board of.,Trade Committee bad been school dlstiiat,, and to elect three a whole. goes on business.Mr. Manager Schmidt of the Lake Worth Palm Beach to Washington and return :

submitted by'the committee to the Town school trustees also to determine the 'On motion, the aecretaay of the Department Joe Dawson, the well known and Baud, has arranged with Mr. Gruber, is 38.05, tickets on vale October 3rd, ..:.
taxation for the two popular hardware drummer, was circulating good to return November 3rd.
Council for...action.! and he had learned mlllage of next was empowered to purchase at] proprietor of the nw theatre now being
that the'bill bad passed ,its first reading years.A majority vote Is required. necessary books for keeping the records among the West Palm Beach built, for the first entertainment, which Park Commissioner Schmidt has arranged "

No report 'was heard from the Public 3rd. The petition be published four of the Department. ; '' merchants yesterday, I wilt be a dance, given by tbe band. for another public entertainmentat

Rode and Highways Sanitary, or Pub-, weeks 1 in\some;newspaper published in On motion. First Foreman O'Beiruewas : ; Mr. Mortimer Courtney left this morning : Tbe well known dry goods firm ot A. the City Park next Friday evening

lic Building Committee. the county.:: : Notice of election to be appointed,committee of one:to obtain < for ;DeLand, where he entered Stetson ; S. Botsford & Co. will removal fromtbeir the loth the proceeds of which will, 'he

Chairman Oruber, of the Transport. published four weeks The Board of estimates from- the 'Iocs ptl"ten.as University at tbe opening ,ot. the ;present: quarters .on Narcissus St., turned over to the Park improvementfund.

tioa Committee reported some progress, Public Instruction provide for .the election to the cost of printing one hundred1 top-' fall! rm,Wednesday.niW' .- to the ]room cask of Anthony Brothers, The public should bear in uiiiid

ila was in correspondence with the i'lor- appoint Inspectors, etc ;'elections .lea of tbe by-laws of the Department. r Mrs J R. Anthony left; this morning, In the Jefferson block, on Clematis Av' the date, aud turn out and patronize the

Ida :R.llt.Cocast. Railway authorities la for trustees be held.bl-annually the Messrs. T. Earnest, P.: H. Willson aad 'in oompany with her son, Mr, A. P enue. Tbe shelving is now being placedin entertainment liberally. vt v

regard to better depot facilities for West school l or"scbool. to be under the control Milton Dick were admitted a. members Anthony, for a trip to :Washington, D, position, and the move will probablybe The Misses Conklin are making prep- t

? Palm Beach,. and be hoped that relief of the County Board of Public Instruction of the Department C.. and New! York City. made next week. arations to open in West Palm Beach a

t would sofia be'granted along this line..Mr. and Superintendent ; the law provides There being no further business the Ci.pt. A. J Canova. and son returned Rev. H. H. Sturgis pastor of tbe first-class millinery establishment about

McOh hey, for the special committee the manner of raising the special meeting adjourned. Wednesday on their sailboat from a ten Baptist church, returned Tuesday night the 15th of the present month. They Y

in regard to the proposed descriptive tax: : fund. Children outside of the upecalacbool -- ----- day. cruise up the Indian River Part from a two weeks vacation which was will occupy the store room recently: vacated

4 pamphlets, reported progrea. lIe district may atteud by consent Improvements Contemplated. of the returu trip was. made outside. spent at points along the Indian river. by Mrf, Moffatt, on Clematis Av- '
ad submitted the matter of printing the if the trustee and the County Board of Pastor Sturgis will conduct the regular cane, and their store will be known as

pamphlet to,the local printers- and was Public Instruction. Mr. A. L. Haugh, tbe well known" and Roadmaster! J. J 0'8rlenoCtbe Florida services at the Baptist church next Sunday the New York Millinery Store.

also getting price. on the work from out-I The above briefly gives the law as to popular ClematU Avenue bicycle dealer, East Coast Railway Is back on duty, morning; and evening.
A. will be official
seen by an announcement
of-town The committee contemplates some marked improvements after an extended vacation which was
publishers preferred School' schools under
"High or special A. Canova of West Palm
in Sun tbe
Capt. J. today's
proposed
to have the work done st borne the control of the Board of Public In- on his property on the avenue, spent at his former home in New York
Beach, accompanied by his son, arrived merger of tbe Hatcbett and Gru
work which will about the
on commence State.
and was willing to pay'a little more for struction. The detail of establishingand here in his smart little catboat Wednesday ber hardware firms has been called off.
'h it here, j it would be given to the lowest governing, I have omitted.Respectfally ijth of the present month": Mrs. Harry T. lewis, of Boynton, who afternoon' at
having stopped points The agreement was reached after mature
local bidder provided the difference In submitted, Mr Haugb showed The S..n plans has been visiting relatives at Euatia for matched I '
enroute. We hear that he has consideration on the part of the
'T the price was. not too great. He asked W. I. htTC.-LJI' of the proposed improvements Tuesday several weeks, passed through West
for and morning. and_ stated. that.... the work-. 1 h .....__..__ i this boat agMnctone of the fastest fish I parties concerned, it having been decided -
little agreed to -- ----- --- Pam Beac .1 her
a more time ght on return
.u&uu..r boats in Fort Pierce for the to it the best interest of
A lengthy and highly interesting discussion would f 100 race that was to
definite next be pushed to an early completion. home. '
make at meeting.
a 'report tollowed the seeding of thin re The spacious building of which he I. be .nailed some time in ..November.A both parties to remain separate.The .
+ This was granted. Mr. Coxetter of Miami
Sidney was a
: port. Mr. McGlnley thought that Ibis now using tbe first floor as a bicycle prttty sight has been witnessed on infant child of Mr. J. G. Feu no,
The special committee appointed by matter of a high school should not be passenger on yesterday morning's northbound streets several afternoons this week, '
wareroom and the second floor as a residence our t f elray, died Wednesday after a lingering -
'the Board to look after the organizationof train, enroute to New York City
pawed upon and' then allowedMo die. Is to. be rolled hack in the yard when the handsome pair of Shetland ponies illness. Thsremains were brought
efficient fire was on a tents,,' business trio. He I f.I
an department represented was
While It was too late to secure the establishment : leet recently purchased in the North by
a distance of twenty-nine : and to tbe to West Palm Beach on the morning.
Mr. Currie who made a accompanied by Mr*. Coxetter.Mr ,
by of a sub-district this year, those westward about tbe same ,distance. Mr. W. P. Hatcbett, made their first appearance I train yesterday, and interred in Lake
brief, but satisfactory verbal report,slatIng It. Duster left this I I
Ben
Interested In education should go to There the building will be thoroughly morningfor in public The ponies draw avery Side Cemetery, Rev. C. Fred Blackburn
that progress had been made in tbe work at once and see that when the remodeled and converted Into a hand Washington, D. C and New York handsome backboard, and altogether conducting the funeral service Mr.

work. Mr. Currie said that there WM time for the public school to open-next some residence, In which Mrs. Hau h City for a 'two weeks' businatfi trip. He tbe outfit Is a very pretty one I Fennu has tbe heartfelt sympathy of

some talk of the organization at an early year came we would have the high will, 'Conduct a winter boarding house. I will be joined In Atlanta by Mrs. Poster, and quite an addition to tbe town. "many friends in his bereavement. Only

.date of a second fire company, and bethought school that the youth of this section deserve The plans allow an addition ip.the rear, I who has been visiting relatives Georgia John R Mlzzell a well known old resident a few weeks ago his wife was taken
that such a move, if properly Alabama for .
and several
and to which they are entitled. which will be two stories and which will week of Orlando, left last night for West from him by the hand of death, and now

carried out, would create I pride and In his opinion it was one of the most (furnish several roou'.. Altogether the Mr. A" P. Anthony left this morningfor Palm Beach, where he will\ engage in the child follows its mother.
interest that would h.ve. tendency to
Important natters that had yet come he- building will Contain some fourteen or New York City, where be will purchase business. Mr. Mlzzell haa lived In this will
in the of Postmaster Slower soon temove
work out much good way giving '
fore the West Palm Beach Board of fifteen rooms: all of which will be well the fall and winter stock for the section lor over forty-five years and can from its location
tbe to
West Palm Beach better fire protec.tioa. postoffice present
Trade and one noon which our futureprogress ventilated And called old timer. While Uncle .
,complete aa to 'sanitary large men's furnishing establishment of well be an
stand the A.
.. He understood that the Fire De- the at present occupied by
; largely depended.Mr appointments.: At: the north end of tbe Anthony Brothers Mr. Anthony will John is on the wrong side politically, Botsford Goods few
partmeut bad recently lved another S. Dry Company, a
very encouraging:: letter from Mr.Henry W. I.Metcalf_ heartily endorsed building there will be a balcony nine be joined in Atlanta'by Mrs. Anthony. no. one can deny that he has been an door south of its present location. This

M. Plagler: who'advleedthat the h.11 every word Mr. McGlnley bad said. lIe feet wide, and this will extend around who has been spending tbe summer with open and effective fighter and his many room is much larger than the one now r

and gymnasium be mad larger than the favored high schools and thought that the east sjde/tnaklng a total of ninety relatives! in Georgia. friends here wish the old republican war occupied by the postoffice, and will allow -

l', present plans called for, and that Instead,, money was never more Judiciously expended '- feet of veranda. The dining-room and lIon. R Hudson Burr passed through horse ample success in his new field. j increased accommodations, which it
t He cited number of instsnce the parlors will be p ciouj. the former Orlaudo Record.A I learned that Mr. Stowers
last fl. contemplates
of being built .cf wood it should be a West Palm Beach Sunday morning,
brick building; and in keeping with the where the high school brought aboat bring amply large to accommodate enroute to Tallahassee, where/this week special meeting of the Board of I f putting in at an early date. A numberof

city's Importance and progress. It was by the sub-district method had met with eighteen guests at one time. The entrance he. enters upon his duties 'as Railroad County Commissioners. was held In lock boxes will be among the improvements .
wonderful success and bad worked a to the building will be at the lion with the I and the will he much
thought that Mr. Flagler: intended making ; Commissioner to succeed { HenryE. Miami Monday, in compliance new lobby
a very liberal,contribution, from the hardship on no Individual In the way of northeast corner, where a wide hallwaywill Day resigned. A large number of writ of. mandamus issued by Judge I larger.ami more convenient. The move

tone of hi* letter, but the firemen bad increased taxes. West Palm Beach Is In'a 1 lead through the house, and alto Mr. Burr's Wet Palm Bench' friends.. Minor S. Jones, instructing the Board will be made as soon as the room is vacated -

decided that it would be best to go to specially good position to- reap rich gether, when completed 1. Mr. and Mrs. were at the train to tender him their to meet at once and Issue a permit to by the Botsford Company, who expect
benefits from such a move. Home- Haugh: will have. one of tbe neatest and I sell wines to into the Jefferson block.
Mr. to
work at once with the subscription list congratulations. Burr's term ,as A. B. Chapman liquors K:
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.and raise all that was possible borne.V seekers If of the desirable class, always' most conveniently arranged cotttsges in I Commissioner ad interim will\ expire on and beer in election district No. 10, the The Weekly Tallabasseean of last
look first Into the condition of .the educational West Palm Beach, as well as one of the have
January lit, when he will enter Board at Its last regular meeting
BUTTER upon week contained tbe following:: "Guy I.
FOR bCHOOb FACILITIES. that
advantages, and has best located. I
the four-year term for which he was ingrefused Issue-the. permit. Tbe Metcalf, formerly editor of The Tropical
}; For the Committee on Education, Mr. largely to. do 'with their decision a* to Mrs Hangbrthoroughly' understands' nominated by. the July primary neat regular meeting of. the Board will Sun, of West Palm Beach, but now r
\locations This town offers advantages the art of conducting boarding house, next'fuesday.I'rlr. .
W.I. Metcalf submitted the,following be held In Miami
known throughout the State as the most
+. ? that very few place can offer, and with having successfully engaged in that business Mr. Sidney Maddock, proprietor o.f
'report! a high school, such as the. sub-district in this city In former years, and It the Palm Beach Hotel, arrived in town Murray B. Aultmau, the clothier, successful politician among Florida'syoung

'To the Honorable Board oi Trader West will afford, we can give even greater inducements goes without saying that her! old custom last Thursday night and remained until has l leased the store room adjoining the; : Democracy was at the State Capital 1
Palm Beach. Fiat when he tbe north Narcissus St., : from Saturday until Monday after. J
to settles The question is era will not be long ia finding her new Sunday morning, returnedNorth. postoffice on on
j Pursuant to your request and resolution not can we get a high school, but do we location. HU viiit here wai ot a business at present occupied by Miss Ponce as a noon. lie dined with the Governor

your committee on education beg want It IJndge -- -ar nature looking after certain improvements millinery store, and will about the 15th Sunday by special request, and forthwith
leave to report'on the "High School" hU stock from the came the announcement of the appointment
Lewis favored the plan, and Quite a delegation students left West In his hotel properties on the: of November remove
que'1"-" 'follows! '. 2> thought it a matter of economy and wis Palm Beach Tuesday morning for De- East Side and getting the house in, prop' present location at. corner of Narcissusand of Hon. R. Hudson Burr to
1st. Paragraph 5 of Section 342, ;Revised The new location succeed Mr. Day on the Railroad Com
for the Streets.
dom.' "We have been rushing the children Land, to enter Stetson University The er shape tot.rist season, which It Banyan
Statutes, provide, among other Aultman an opportunity mission Thus another feather has been _ _
from the kindergarten to college," party was composed of Miss Edith Heim Is exl| ected will be the greatest In the will give Mr.
things that the) Board of Public Instrnc.lion said tbe ,Judge "and they have and Messrs. Walter Haugh: Guy Clow, history of this popular resort. Mr. Mad-' to display to. great deal better advantage placed In Guy's; cap, while Mr. Burr I-

i hate power "of establishing; 'when come. home and stumbled over the triut- Ralph Broadwelt and Clarence Rytnan. dock was accompanied by Mr. H. S. I the large stock of shoe and gents' also justly I receiving tbe congratulations i
t required bythe patron*of the schools of r.' Steveati''proprietor of the Hotel Empire, furnishings which he baa recently purchased oi his numerous friends throughout. tact> J

n higher grades ''ofleetructionwhere,the .ooW..... OG ...._ .. MANHATTAN SHIRTS-Ant BONY'* Hew York. City. .. to tbe northern markeU \.. State.
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THE TROPICAL SUN. THE BOARD.OF TRADE.It $ You'll sever find ua C

r was a tyippy day for West Palm "ON THE FENCE" 5 ;
i' Plonaar. Paper of na County, Florid, Beach "laea.the.bwil.oe men pf this. ATTENTION' oil subscribers
town met and organized Board : 'I'I WV have but one prloe:1 ? k1jI .j
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TROPICAL SDH PUBLISHING COM PAH t i I I { iEaLOWEST.
called to
-- $ Tropical Sun Is '
of Trnde,and th*.years that are to .It 1i
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J HARRY MAOIlL : .
L.
r BROWN ,
j come will pPOva'ilhe.\ 'wladn..of. tje; ) 1\ the date on the labeJipf their; par iB
i i s susuereaosvaayramav! "'n<\\\, mov.. Alreadysthe Bor&. ha* been&: r We hav.liutgquality-" .
AT WI.T PALM! ..AOH,DAD.OOe.TYrf401rIgA.' btaictvaBcing. business: 'is.Plior SePte :
,the meant>*> *!** f. IUha date. 1o"; r THE: :BEST '
i veli -'11 .Interests iof.'.tbe, town to a great 1 ,
pk SUBSCRIPTION PRl!!. '%.00 A in-arrears for"
...' extent, and (the',organization la yet **. ?. b. -i ui, JU90S, they are ; We carry. a line of $ .>

VnUnd at the Poatoffie of W..t Palm Itt.tbrY' 1 In its, infancy. [subscription,*"*' ,and 'hould sforward allamount3.due HNESS
G .ecoad clan matter. .
I u < Aside from the' Rood; work thUoard \e '

;, ,i ? FRIDAY OCTOBER 8. 1909. '. hcrSkACMtnpliwbed which shows. aWl ....prpmptly.tJ > subject to the above eon4ltions.N .
for itself bereH ay( ,, home, --H bus
.' brought v&bn busmess,oIDen-i..,closer f.4lJ'HE, TROPICAL: : SUN: '

:' DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.. touch with Meb other.and! created: k >$ 3$&& ,"' ';' lOt r"'oOG.. Di ,:: Hatclieft's N HARDWARE: Store191414C11491fl14111911111411i9t19119149U194911191N91t

fli!it, '.. '"1 .sympathy whloU could have been
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1I ; National.United I. m.",._,.brought; aboutvthrongh'\ tin .otter "-_. --- --'
,,Ai> __ .1)1)_ channel And thin- la not all."* has orangegrowersuwlll not bftln a. .hur. ,' vI" ,- ..... I.

7, .;", ,'. STEPHEN States R._MALLORY Seaator1?....,' *'. i, done Palm. ; .it Beaehy baa spread",+ broadcast the nam-ol oves.West.:the get ry;..to good; fool)priues&wavtheiriruittheywill late. ,,1 f feeljjure our .STATE ,PRESS O.N' I'' " " " ""P94199499ta" ," ] "1911/r,/;

{'' RepreseutatUe in Congrea: '' I**' ''Stat.alldc.ountryal" town of pro- inUtrext'' and (heirsr are alike, as we '. ,r.: BOB. DAv1Ii ==' 'A PROCESS HAS ..BEENA ;;

'r'"' ,"ROBERT DAVIS .* gress and; enterpriser;, a.town'whose are- makes' when fruits are ills qL and
business!' men arelu"sympatby with more money thoroughly rain proof ==

**>". -' state., each other, and where in- matters high '.We ,would: ;juatas' soon .pa!>.Y NowthatBobPavla in for' Congress, th..crop.o ssys: be!wou'Congressional .unBR B= i i 'i and moth pro>'. The fabrlo l ==

pertaining to the town's welfare, $2 a box as SOc, so long as the market candidates from that district.wlli fZ Is guaranteed by .the MacKenzie Cloth ManpfacturerQ\ to a
/,;' Supreme Court Judge perfect harmony prevails. wArrants lt, and the market will take growth.TanlJaHer'tld. fts: shed rain and to. be absolutely impervious to moths. The ::!
t. .twdq-; ; -' WILLIAM A HOCKBR 00a healthy = Mackenzie Label will l... found In each ">
be all rl htttheprow"N! uaaa littleJwigmentand Sj garment. The)) |JII\>
.. All this must bare Its good effect, ; ; .
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,. --- sE Kenzle\ Rain and Moth Proof Fabric will make.. buq,Isojne3P -
1 do .In too big psA
not a
'r[!fI!'.I in fact It Is already being,; felt Jusi get; .
of State ;;
t./ Secretary iy in our ;;;;
Bob Davis that be
of hurry to 8w> .thq rooney .I cannot, Congressman suys ,
tjl"! .H CI&Y CRAWFORD now the State press! ja baylng Jots
will make of hIs district
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not a canvass ,
> nice things to about the- West say what 11&;$. say and that be will not stand for reelectiontwo '-LgngjkJlltY' *
1,' 1/',>. .-. > State Comptroller Palm Beach; Board of Trade and thing .1., am, sure/ 4t>.wiH not be any that
years bcnce This, mean
f'' ( < may
'. .f ALONZO-C CROOM the town is receiving; a vast amount lower this elt8oo' than It is now. he will enter! the rice for canator. Senatorial Design of which we show on our, Fashion )Tate,

Railroad Commiasioner( of the most desirable variety of ad- \ aspiration seem fo.b J pvpoltt Dq,'t fall;, to see It,.

t: !' R HUDSON BURR vertfeipg; -The"followlng hunt Every day may be, and should be, }*It. now, and Bvb'a 4 Mef pall Is kin pularlty. Iii.: _

?,,i' JEFFERSON B BROWNS} | the St. Augustine Record 'will give a day good to the business man who .-Tampa Herald. -== .
,<'. "" \ .'" some idea. of theo favorable,impreselon advertiser There-are degrees in the I .., ==

li+ :JjJ';<+,, County. i I .. we are making; upon -neighboring yield of the days as they come and Hon. R. W. Davis In an Interview the g 4 Special'
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ti :SepresentatlveGRAHAM I cities: pass but, each one of them may be other day upon his return from W j.h. < t)1'J JS ] ,'
i w)'' W KING "Bight; her its where the Went made profitable. This holds with ington announced that be would not i Sample Novelty .

b J';;,g' TreasurerCH.RAULERSON I '" Palm Beach Board, of Trade: U doinga pecular force as to- advertising serve another term in the lower hods of '

t ''wonderful amoout'of good; for the : People have to buy every selling Congteus''' The State papers are already = Shown exclusively by ,us, being, wade by (the ., : .r

town. Its ,membership''consists of 'day in the year. There are season, nominating "Our B.'loved Bob" for'lh 2:=: Burdett Oliver Mills west.of England!: ; A' MOST'STRrKfi(;! ( ,)!f. I
Tax Collector hard-headed business men who but buying Is going :on all the time Senate.-Klsslmmee Valley-Gazette. C PATTERN FOR NOBBY TROUSERS. Tow 'ought to "' f; ,I i i (:ffl

: 'THOMAS J IIARDBE knovf ithe needs of the town and are ( The wise. merchant seeks to get his ----- '-- y- have a paIr of. them.made to yourmeasure.IS t:, ,,, 6'i: y !t
to tbe Times-Union and ... ,"
;'. uTac: Assessor organized for''the purpose of securing lull chare of the trade, whether. It Citizen According, Congressman Robert W. Davis 'a .
RICHARD, M.SMITH them. Among; their''' member be little or much. lie should anow .
will retire at, the end of the next term
ship are the leading lawyers of West and recall the old maxim, "Out of
a County Commluloaeljll and will not again be a candidate-
( Palm Beach, and when a committee sight, .out of mind." Tie must
1st District Congress, as. he proposes to resume his : Sei1NEIDM2: :.
f11 :. 'F C-AICHER!; formulates an ordinance the lawyer: persist in advertising all of the time law oraclice. It will,. seem. rather. odd! *. a t t
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.' '" members gratuitously it over tu (it bat would eecuie,,the share which be after all these years, in Congressional == : 'The Men's Outfitter > *y.7.Oruber.

': .,. ,;:; 2nd District.LAINHART'' see that it Is technically correct, and properly .coveta,-;Titusville tlvo- harness not to have our Bob at the other == '. Block West.)Palm. B&ch:: + y,7J111111JIUIIJIUIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIi11111
1 } GEORGE W then it lit i banded to the City Council cate. end of the line hustling for Florida. :::: ;. "

q '-4.1",; 3rd Districts I for their disposition. They thus Green Cove Spring._. ." l / 1 11Lt1' A 1 1/14/l 'lIIII i ,.
*:.. R E MCDONALD bring before the Council the views of There died at Alexandria, Va., a ---

,',' the most substantial citizens(: nn sib: few days ago a woman, Mrs, .Sit\ (>b; Naughty Bob".
f
','J nth District SEWELL I ject's requiring municipal legislation; A.,. Padgett who ,is referred to tiS 'Our Bob's" intention to retire Is ,

L .j JOHN prepare the ordinances In ouch a the Betsy Ross r4.,thp.,Confederacy, exciting considerable comment just now.

)i 5th District way ua to avoid legal entanglements ; Ilnce",dt.i.olalwed. ,. she !made the I Judging from he latest matrimonial '

S' A BELCIIER and without expense to the first Confederate flg.; The flag/ ; was gossip from: Wsshlng on, the popular .HUB KIIAUDT'8 111
TI constructed attba, request of James congressman front the econd If 09! aI) weetP.ImBeaebNept.19lotlJ'i : \
1 Members, School Board city. ETTn: r r T" 7 -- T .xt
.' all retiring.\ -Tallahassee Capital.
Jacksonwho kept a hotel in WashIngton } -
-" 1st District : ''
E B KING Senator ..Stephen R. Mallory has and was tbe cause of a OUR PRIVATE T;:
bloody As soon ae it was A Heavy Loss This. ,
j become a writer of romance The trugdey .11 '

'2nd DistrictJ .', '" Star js in receipt of a late number' of completed ,ltIr'JacksoDrallied' the I .Some time,after the warrants were issued :: .BjEND'' OF' ''CjC J JH e
C HARRIS i Jp,! yffTfr
the .New\ Orleans Picayune which flag over his hotel. Col. Elmer Kits. for those having claims against the _
: State of Florida for service la the Indian tI')
3rd DistrictW announcement' la made that he worth demanded of him that It .be
Jackson war- Capt I. F. F, Johnston placed Is one of the very best. Coffees that can be- to io&lftl'at
M BUR DINE will begin a serial story In the' Sew pulled down. refused,,, and grown
(17,000( worth' of them In a safe belong- a modest price. ,It meets'exactly the wishes of those
the stairs and
cliined
I Ellsworth
Justice of the Peace Weekly Picayune, dealing with lag to his father. This safe was moved who want thoroughly, GOOD- COFFEE, and } yet .
trd'- District incidents of the late civil war. healed_. it down. ''wjtb -his own.,bands. from place to place and aa the warrants who donot.'wish: to pay an extravagant nrice. ut :.....
H P BRANNIXOl.t AaEllswoitn came down with 'the' were not- considered- of any value ,they aue.
flag;, Jackson'' shot him That, it.is were never removed The keys to this It.; Is packed i in 2 pound tins and .toaetedegpeuially ,Jor? }
.of Tennessee
Ex-Gov. Bob Taylor, aid, was Confederate''' ting' first safe were lost and several efforts wer It comes "to us newly roasted t.to o.uj; o"rdtrs.always| .im
Those St. l Louie boodlers are so. ? ,
!, says, tbat the first, time he made a baptism of blood. made to drill into it. Holes were bored fresh and! crisp, cannot? be bought at any 'otfyer, !) house, I In,!lie ,
I crooked that even convicti 'urript8: political epeechhe opened with tbeee' into the safe and this permitted the rainto State aifd sop fully ''repommencj .andguarantee! it. 3 Pi iuud' .
would run ziz-zag, says tbe BirmIngham word. "Fellow-citizens, our country Not pail, 50 cents. Money back if not satisfactory.. *
Tbe following la taken from a recent enter. long ago''Captain Johnston ,e I
News. stretches from the pine-clad bills, of isotiei' of Bryan's Commoner: -opened the safe to get the warrant, j"

C Maine to the rolling 'waters !of the. "The of the St. Louis Exposition and found that the rains had completejr L. W..BURXHARDT .,. .Finest.Groceries ;:
kissed managers
Drvid B. Hill he
says never Rio Grand." Just then someone I destroyed them. They had been
woman, but that need not Inter- yelled from the< crowd, "Let'' her will act wisely if they Iri- transformed Into mud and not a line or n+1 .
veetlgale the merits of newepa'ptradvertising > It will pal, Vouaio -purchase our Coupon BatiksMasuryfr ,'",:. '
fare with his Presidential asplrnt stretch derv her! Hooray for the with scratch of the pen cold be discerned < : 'Y'i;
ions. Hobson might be made the diminyratio party!I" liS. compared If the warrants could be bad noy, beJ "<1
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tail of the ticket. Oregon Journal. pamphlets and_the use of biU boards. would be worth over $40,000. J "

This Is,,a ,y.9geand: the averageman .a__ I
I Wi H. Gilstrapot Tavoma. Wa hington I' _
The Boston Journal thioks the hasyery. lUtle time .to sparewherein Possibilities of the South. .
I U planning to paint a series be to read, gaudy
: ", l'es"lve", morality among young may stop With all the phenomenal growth ,.ofhe
titles isdue l milk.It of historical pictures for display at bangura sizeablq! bill boards. 11" Suuth .
children in to poor during the past thirty years, Paintsand4arnilies
the ;Louisiana Purchase Expositionof wants, be read while $ 1
fcuuietjijng can
may be due to the lalrymei'8: Its resources are tlll unexhausted, A .
failure to boil the water, remarksthe i 1I-O4, as well as at the Lewis unit] eatingbreakfast,! or going down paper in Waycross, Ga., calls attentionto l

tlanta.Journal. Clark. Exposition at Portland, Ore.. town on tbe ears, or in tbe evening the fact tint while sweet potatoes The great success we have had in selling these goods, and the 1
In 1905. They will relate principallyto after supper, and 'the dally and corn and pea pies /go to waste there dur-]I I ,growing demand has ..warranted our placing'' an order for a

After four years, of work"- John the great exposition/: of Lewis and .weekly newspapers fill the bill to J ls ng the season.,of) them, Maine corn, Jersey car: load of 30,000 pounds, to arrive soon. These goods are I
of 'to Clark which followed 1 the, Louisiana complain ,satisfaction. Expert advertisers peaches and Massachusetts sweet potatoes the BET: jjn.the, ,market, ,and the PRICEI' IS"RIGIIT. We \
Henry, Ttunagua, Pa., expecte
I:, complete ooon a flying wI\chlne' Purchase and Hie. Important discoveries express the opinion that If are sold in cans in the Waycroas will he pUaiftd to spnd. yo.q cofor' cards J and quote you prices.l .'
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market when the -.onl. This Is
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t) weight, which he will enter for'ihV! remitted fro+nthat exposition. reduce the "circus", advertisingto It ia bard to unlearn the habits. of gem East ,Coast .Lu r -Siiiyi-JGBiipaiiy .'

r ,* 100,000) prize at the World's Fair: a minimum and come out strongon rattens. Before the war, owing to the .

airship tournament. I Boys and girls of the long ago will newspaper( advertising they will unique social and economic; conditions :Yards" 'XitUfJVWe.?Eau Gallie, Fori-Pierco.

remember .Auguata Evans'; Wilson ustha reap a rich reward." irevalling la the South, it paid the GeneraI:-Offi
: $ The Kansas City Times says that' author of "tit Elmo," a 'very .lanter to devote himself, to one or two e. EIS-\ ,, afUo, Fla. -. ', r

ll ,J!. tile Sultan of Turkey does not otvJMot lively bit of fiction, 11 ra.,W'lIaon la ,Hit DI< Joni, tbe vilemouthedevengeUet Tops, raising only I enough yegetifbjej' ,
seriously to making good the now sixty-seven yep,.., of age and ," has again been in erupt fruit and stock: to supply,his own needs.It .r, i

of lire In Mobile, ''Ala. Although advanced Impossible to send hla lurpla.'arfrom : t... .' 4ftOr.: b Eire ,
,. robberies Americans by his brl- ion. This time be ba been paylr.g home to market, hence it.was al- ;
;:., trands. so long as we do not hold in years she baa recently! his reapects to the order of piks! in /owed to go to waste. The Yankee farm. -

I' ,;t him responsible! for the operations written another novel, entitled "The tbe city of Atlanta. Lent week, the Cr. on the other hand, found that he F.' 6)) Go to your .af. aod get< ,..
J/II/ of f the coal and beef trust ... Speckled Bird," which la tbe first Elks:; held a street fair and carnival needed to raise every kind of crop that i r,,, Po tl A 9V'.a good'Flre, 'IgenraaclPolluy, .,
Y'. )XIzr book produced ,by Mrs*Wilson during in that city and in condeming some was possible, including as much brains I .; aG anij It will p. lu.t. 1 Ilk, <"padlaRSAfew ; ,. .

;e An exchange very wisely remarks ; the last fifteen years. of the alde-shows.whlch were evidently aa be could,, to make big few barren money. J

r; :, .-q: that after the November election of a nature, altogether Immoral acres pay at all, and be,therefore, tested ',,, eaT ;
} should take The the Reverend Sam took occasion to cry nearly every crop ,that could be ,
our people a long rest primary plan of, nominating l procured in that latitude, and Inventedways r..d Haven/'tvGbt
from tbe whirl of politics.and should candidates Jaw losing none.of its say that the Order .of Elks wao to preserve what could not otherwise .

give; much attention to industrial strength and popularity ;with .the about as low-down and 61tbi '.aD be sold. The!; eaauluK.factorie oflbe t API, 'Jrq.Ipegreaae; you '

matters. Lena politics And more. people,. in IBet",it is. gaining favor, organi.atioo>?.. it was pos ibl l
!i real labor would be highly beneficial l. very day. Fort setentl weeks the> anything to be on tbia.earth Ac.: South are both results of economic conit oa .. to ,b), .without, -U. !Talk U ..
, 1 to many sections of thin. State. > jHvksonvilltr, Metropolis' has been cording., Sara's way.. < of. thinking, jopff prod need by climate and. social over with : -

.. publishing letters'' on' the primary there is DA good in anything or any. tadltions.. ,

+' A sweet girl graduate i in a MKuiiseippl from prominent citiiens all over the body unless it; ia Sam Jones or some But there Is no reason at the present; The

city thus describes the manner State and la .almost; /if. not every thing that belongs to him- Uh.lectoree.Rod.bI..rmona time why the South should' not, have Tropical J.Jeal: [ 8tatoJEiGlnneB!
canning factories In great numbers, and ,
t' in which a goat; butted a hay instance<< them IcUrrs hays. been coimlut'ol aconstant
Tropical tn Bloet WJ'
will -I Ii.. ME
they probably spring up ts fa.t. >
out of a front yard: 'He hurled the strong1!: in their endorsement' of'the flow of abuses)and vulgarityand TOALRrsMona'Iger'
the skilled labor can be found and the
primary of low 'slang seen to be hi.* ,,'stock -- .
t. previous end of his anatomy against; \ plan nomination tinny capital enlisted for them. Cotton mills ; --'----
the boy's afterward with an earnest' i valuable points have been (brought In trade. There Is nothing about are moving South to the cotton land,

'y nee and velocity which backed by out .In letter, which will tend to lU! sermons indicate. that bs'le a* ud. ,cauniog factories have already LAKE: WORTH BOAT WORKS

the goat's; avoirdupois, imparted a perfect the law for the.primary of follower of.the meek, and lowly :1'I'- moved West, to attend, ,to 'California ? j
momentum that waa not relaxed 191)4.( -Tampa,Herald. arene, who.durlng; his ministry went,. fruits, In course of Urn; matters will Ar Tlf' K08Ef Proprietor.l018' '
l until the instigator of the vehement about. the. earth doing good and probably> be, adjusted in .such a way as Launch., Yacht, t Ball ,aDd .FJtf1.!< Boat,,. Roy, Bc..k r4ndDinghye '

exasperation I landed on terra firma >reachn! v Ireynodthe pale of tbe goat's Jurisdiction. An orange dealer writing; to the ,Jive ua more of the old-time relig of ,JDJddlormeo.-Wu iaatoa' Boat YanLt.,. ,Mangonla.P.O. .
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Sarasota Times laJ'e"U, the ion and leek of Sam Joneeism.Y' Times. ** address"WEST'P..LM BBACH, KLA. U(

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i r ; L.t'Ul" PAH $PAW$$.1:' P&i, 1J QJI.1'J.Qaw4.: F.a-lDA'r. OCTOBER a, tQ1% 8 1

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Tt?V'' his office from Savannah COMB1NATIONS7The :
oved
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OF THhBblfTSIDE! .
city. General Manager Leery ;

have oflic s there. The traffic ABOUT THE STATE :

/; WORLD of the company will remain ......-- only combination w'e like is a combi led ;{; ,

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:; '.; ? >f of Interest Boiled Down !; Canadian cavalry;: tbe sabre. has Paragraphs of Interest Concerning! effort to treat our Kustermers fairly, and you *, \rill ;
Florida
of
Prepared' tot Busy ]Rppdere.tel. aside apd the carbine adopted the Great State find that kind atCroober's
'/,I\i!\ v Ronord of & Week. !'. Lord Dundonnld who is at In General. -- "

''I r' f << of (he Canadian militia,, com

lbilutrt cotton mills forthe the cavalry contingent of 'Gen. Gainesville Is to put up a big plant tomanufacture Hardware Store
army at Jad".mitb, .where he from wood.Governot ,
-
bales of cotton products ,;,
CpaaUWG4 1t.937.97 ,
q Jtaf worthless In mod '
sabre to be
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stands: head. North Jennings bas appointed C. '
vouth Carolina
;oHu nest'! and; Georgia next.: R.' Walker, of !Sanford' to be fish, commlssioDcr and don't you forget it. -- .... ,:

i Dr.II.. '#. Canals, reports ibe announcement has been made until the expiration of the ',':
?,t gharcb! membership )in the Untied Railway of the removal? next sesslsou ot the State Senate. ';;;;;;;;;;::;; ,1
: erat freight department from ,Aromll for found the snake as he was on his way to .1LAAAAA AAAAAIIAAA/AAAUA.AAAA,+tAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA4' ,
of
bonding )
I )[n.9A8,<1 90,637. 'October, The! question I .
\ | Go :
on
annual 'Meeting! of ire gentral 4oAtlauta* $20,000: to build brick school house and fish, In the lake,and came very near '
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1 The ninth : general freight agent, E A. of water works will stepping on .him. The snake bad W. HElM, W. BROADWELL\(. D., Pbyiilulan and 8, >! eon ,,
United Daughters construct a system
+. -, divlalou of the asulstant general freight agent Real tered I'tiarinaclHti,olllue In Drn S.on, I
I
,the'CQufedeJ'a9t wt'canveae!,, !( ; loathe and their forces left Washing soon> be voted upon by the people' of' twelve rattle and a button.-Gainesville ,

of, 'New Orleans,, La, on Nove m be! 27tU. These officials that place Sun COTTAGE CITY
PHARMACY
1 The of the tax roll -ol
William\ L. Co'lbou"10'101 Hon. B recapitulation _
s.a late A f9a. \c' that communications intended
1 I The;' salaries of"}.hx! > machinists: in : should hereafter be addressed ;P. Calhoun, and a graduate of Putnam Palatka exhibits' the following assessed I :. IIEIM &; BKOAOVCELL k+ ,

.Atlantic Coast;-Une.shops at .BulMlnglaDta, Ga. High School, having paused a creditable valuations: Realty, $935,000; personal I Proprietors* : -
s .'I.nda"R"k1l'1oUDt.'N'. C., b.v.b'in examination at Annapolis has been t). $15.5.000., or a total of $ro9oooo, .
cell?' ..York State Republicans nom sworn .) as midshipman. .from 'which the municipality derives. a
increased<<: 20 per ticket with Gov. Odell at its B .
S-jbctoter! ufo ., R. Sheldon's ttatue> was It Is said thaUIou., Frank Clark, who revenue'' The of, $17,500 pa cab a sixteen balance mill in Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals. .
from Tashkent, left Jacksonville about twoyears ago: to levy aggregate: ,
\ ,ltjki Berlin dispatch .Connection: : with the .
,Capital of UusHlart Turkep'an. reports governorship,and pr W.. Hlg- make his home sr.( Oklahoma. T., will the 76013 treasury divided on September between the I was several, $7+ : hhi
,
terrible earthquake August': ?. tbe Knock nominated. Tbe platform in- return. to Florida this winter and A FULL LINK OK., .
Septembers. The locate m Lake City. ._ regular, funds. yl
Continulaguntil; Roosevelt for 19(14. > Perfumes, Rubber Goods,
tal number' 'of fatalities reported ", has been selected as a Sam Hannah, lessee of the Montcxu- I-
Madrid diet f Jacksonville
from says. Hotel Ocala found 'dead I: Toilet Articles Cigars and
our hundred, In the Dortb..nr-1: >art Has. permanent recruiting' station for tl eUnltel ma at was .in :

the province. <: of iiasIiRar/ the, total 11 Arana court, chief copdemned of the National Senor'= States army, and on, last Monday bed, in that hotel last week. The room 'and Stationery. Tobacco.. y,
tier of persons killed! by tbe'ell the office was located at No. 150 was full of gas. It might have been an I .
ill probably. reach one thousand, an Biscay, to eight years' imprison West Purayth street. accident He bad been sick and wor. :a-iu: "PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACH. ,
cabling his-congratulations to ,
wrecked. tied for some days. Hannah was from
undred of homes were .
:
''t1k, (laaf spring ou the lode eod- Governor Jcnnlog.blll..ppoloted Canada and 37 years old. He had been mvn..v.vvv.vyyvvy.vvvvsvvvv..nvvv..yvvvy.vnvt
The.Q<;?ldeu :Eagle! Hotel.Washington' U, Pabur of Pabor Lake, to-be. delegate lu the hotel business in Georgia andFlorida 4
t'CM wa blown up' with d>nami'e .. la tbe national irrigation congress .
operation bus been per \ for several ye.r". lIe leaves a 41f
afternoon by Frank Mct be held at Colorado Springs Colu.,
to
Y ,y ttirsday1 by the surgeons on President wile and l 4-year-old daughter. CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida
of the guests, w subsequently in October.
bulletins
and the now
leg,
With its little head buried in the water
,\itted suicide. Between twenty assure the publicthnt tbe The Republicans and Populists of and Western Meats\ 1'oultry, Game and Eggs.
of barrel their
under tbe of
a eaves
';J, [Irty guesU were thrown front 1 )to itlvelyn. ) no danger, and Washington county have united end
residence, Mr. and Mrs.' W, M. Cloud, Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention
ta by the shock, but only the\ woprl- soon be on \his feet again. put a fusion' 'ticket In the ,field The
of Alachua found their little two-
r. louU Brandt, and bis wife wer.II of ticket consists of a full quota of 'county ear- I-I-Igol Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEACH.
Is being! Infested by 4 old drowned The barrel
red fb* object t of-the deed 1 I. gang officials.4t son Friday.
Is believed that u, who whip women! on the ,_ kad been set under the eaves ol the
but It '
'n cry of it. The! official are after the was reported! from the Narrowe, house to-cntch water. It appears that
e bottom the first of tbe week, that the water In the little fellow had placed stool to

li rc 't?soy ha. decided not to asaocia'' Mississippi'Isat Sunday, the Indian rivet: at that point had become the edge of the barrel and was standing( j. B. IG&INLEY & GO. M it
'jrstlf, ;lu formal manner' with so low ard >stagnnnl that the fish it and looking into tbe wayer.
upon
1 Gibson burn
: '' aiaf) :Will ,was
iierlcan' and Britishprpteat were dying In larKe.quantitlea'Tltllsville Prom the position in which he was
the of mob
in
stake"' presence a 1Photographer.
upmsnia'.tre.ilment' of the> Jewi .people. The negro had Advocate.St. found he must have lost his balance and .. Strictly First-Class.
mien govern went adopts this ; a white woman' and then cut Johns county'bas commenced to fell head-foremost. The barrel was .
of
understood, independently' ha,; off,to which crime he con- grow lettuce under cover Reports small_ and tt was impossible for him to House-Furnishings '
mental powers, agreement Ilia slao Included from there are to the effect that there rise:. ,

_. been, reached ia,the matter crimes confession, / will be a large acre ne' grown undercover A regular steamship line to South Draperies Window Shades
Cablnet.'of the continent-
i near St Augustine this ye..r.M. ,
Africa from Pensacola will be Inaugurated -
/ .crlJl ,,Cal., wee visited by a $soo,.
yThe'Prairlethe'; aiwilllary; II Outland, of Starke, is plantingacre about the first of the year, or aa Wall Papers .
ii :battalion of Sunday night.. Several firemen ,
bleb to take a six
I in asparagus as an expiremenl.His soon as two steamships, now under con.
ed mailnea and a .fieldbattery to! ,but none were killed. work will be watched with much atru.otion in British: shipyards will Wickers Japaneseand j
a this week': from the Norfolk n of the ,week! in business \ ,
d. interest, and if be succeeds\\,' open have been completed. C;' W Hager.
era.has' sailed from- Boston (for the amalgamation p( the Amer up quite a field in.this\ \ Industry. man, of the Hagerman Lumber Com. Enamel Goods :
C.nadlll''paciic' / r the Imperial Tobacco Com'; I P
:The : railway the ont an authorized state
\ alrcloth( and{\, Smith, two Levy pan gave
,shortly place the enormous amount This undoubtedly means a county murderers, were executed. at meat, to tbe Fensacola News last week Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County t''
'23.000,000.CISS of land on the to\the tobacco\ growers of the Branson Tuesday On the 3,9th of'August that tbe line I I. a sure thing He will I

for"eeiUeriThe: .. *. also,a reduced crop next they brutally\ murdered AJr. and Mrs be the, local representative. The line Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH ,

+ new Cuban goyerntnent ba. some otb.ef'oulf\ combine Lewis an !aged and respected white : will be known as the Atlantic and South

malty ''deniabded the! withdrawal market.! couple.A : African Steamship Company (Limited),

.e_island of aU the Baited Btate ", P. McKlsaickt proprietor .of farmer In the northern part of and .will be controlled by tbe Ling- 1ti1 wN1--.Nr 'rN11w-1. f

YA'Iwondon dlsp..tchfrom': f Rome, ParkHoiel, Asheville, N. C Atachqa county with! two mules and : bum Timber and Trading Company' CRAYONS. WATER COLORS. $ '
r data pf September ih, stateo" lua| a. )*! Sun\ <|ay. Mafpr McKissick, was two negroes has raised 1.400 busbels,01 (tltrrite'd' ), of London, England. : p !

verb cyclone blla! swept,over-C ., asiiociated with\ the Charleston orn, ten acres of good cotton, sixteen A dispatch from Arcadia states that

0' City on. the east coast of Sicily.!\ ,1"f' Courier, and was a member of acres of oats, ten acres chuf{as,and thirty Judge G. N. Holcomb, of Arcadia, for. | RICHARD E. RESLER. \$ '

cit! y 1->, flooded(.,-and -mAnY--. houses, Club Washington, D. C, acres nf velvet. hunna .for_. his elotk., merry1' a large cattle and sheep man in $

been damage :The cyclone report of the Commission The ateainship Roddam Capt. W. G. the Gila valley in Arizona, has boughtover ,

havoc at Modica, and maul! persons Eugene F. Ware, made Pos which was at Mont Peler, Island four hundred thousand acres of $ :
lIdr4' ., land in the DeSoto of Kis-
h
reported killed five >> \( shows that the number of Martinique during the eruption May grazing part }
having been: found. The path of t iinimee Inland and south of Istokpoga, # r
on the pension rolls Is still 6th lust, bas been at Pensacola taking CLEMATIS AVENUE
Cyclone: ;was 114 miles in length e million mark despite a net on a .lumber cargo for Genoa, IIi"-1y. end is negotiating: for lauds in Polk and # Opposite Masonic Temple.
Tl. 'fhlladelphla Record of : pensioners since 1898. The Eleven of the crew were lout by the 0>ceola counties. H.e think* of fencing
la' responsible for the statement lei last was this vast area and stocking it with sheep!'
i July 999- cataclysm. West Palm Beach i$
sixty per cent of: the cotton mill of( +997,733 last year. The total :. A daughter of the ones fatuous bandit, and o till of improved breeds, and J Fla.

South have combined the cab ('e.. ( el'138,809 soldiers aqd 260,637 I. Jesse James"' errlyfd In P n,acola last planting large tracts in greases and vel- .--------.------
'' which combination is twenty-five ; beans A representative of the buyerwas
of and depen eDte. The aggregate week, having walked to that city from
lion dollars. The cspltJl_wilt,tele n>. 4.695 pensioners outside the Montgomery, Alabama She was accompanied in Klssimm.ee last week.-Klssim-

jlally increaser) u new mlljs, enter tb The number of death no- by her eight-year old won wee Valley-Gazette.:\ : Do You Want a

'xT combine: ,which it' expected that soldiers not now In the ser and her husband. The party was weary, Speaking in a general ", .yanl minus I STEAMBOAT! 1 1We ?

large number pill soon do. The by the.bureau during the worn, tired and hungry on reaching 'the detailed facts, we have. information W*har none* them on hllo..lt., to Sell mid w If.can we build beta '

'x', of the proposed holding will be 50,118; but only 37,043 of them PeoaR I.-. to satisfy-na that it pay to raise guavas Just wart vou want
t' ern meu, as will also be the nslouera. The report says that at East Melbourne At the J. lIt Phillips .
of Alachna
tbe cotton
Last year growers are also PreparedTo
officers of the t mbine. rate among the pensioners for r place the present season an acre In
.county, in obedience to an Imperative Furnish _..
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sailed will be about 4oI!OO, and has produced lo bushels, which ?
',,, Two: telegraph experts: year necessity, organized late In the sea guavas "-
'; Bordeaux for Martinique Saturday, w the rolls from other causes son and stored $100,000 worth., cotton. have been eold in the local market for Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write .

1 i' 'missioned by the French government about 6,000. The tptal amount The market was 17 centa; but the powerof 73 cents a bushel, $1I ,5o, and the coat

y install a wireless.. telegraph\! system pensions during' the fiscal year their organization enable them to of production: \: was not more than, $w. or call on us for Anything in

1' the !islands_ of Martinique aDd and the yearly coat of I obtain 33: cents. Qn bin\ basis the association Another variety of guava which yield Our Line that you need.

r lou ie7 The regular telegraph service I and maintaining the bureau saved them $40,000 or"$50,000. most profinbly( Is the strawberry kind, Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
the islands has* been ,' ; agencies, outside of the pay, and will yield revenue as follows: ,

rupted of late by the volcanic.outbuKU\ pension. proper aggregates jtj,- A citizens' convention at Titusville '\Two gallons of guavas at 15 ceuts each, JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville .

and,it Is believed that the ,wireleu PytelD. The pension system. says the ban nominated the following" city officials 30 cents; product: ills gallon jelley, ,
,U It can be made tp operate ..\ r sines beginning f f.,the gov to be voted for: at the! city election which make thirty ordinary glasses, twee ROPRI8TO. Marine Railwayso

factorial!?. &il| prove much ', bas cost $3,993,509,019, exclu October 37tb: For \Mayor, p. A. Frost; retailing at 20 cents per glass, '6.00; the

r .cial value. establishment of the soldiers'' for Marshal and Collector, Van Worleyj( sugar costing: 30 cents, and only putting

v Information Is- coming to light, The pension disbursements by for Aldermen, L A. Brady and p. J. up to be deducted from tbe enormous 011 Oit0i10110110110210i,0710t10,Ot10710i101107/OII Oi10110i107t 0710

: lug that leading oleomargarine + States from July\ tat, 1790. ,,ta Hall; for Assesor, John Henry was nominated profit....Indnatrial Record. o 0

faetdretaof the are planning 1865. were$96,443,444. by acla nation as was also.R. > .... JI'o
n- country\ -- ----
big' fight against the law, wblch, _---. =- Mimi, Jr., for Clerk: an4 Treasurer.Pensucola Cure Blood Poison, Cancer, Ulcers. National Bank of the State of Florida r i
(is making( great strides toward riT.RJi
have decided amounts to a Commission Meets. '
of their business. The output of"01 being the Most important cotton If you have offensive pimples or erupt 2A
t 'Important meeting of the Plot,, fans ulcer of of the body, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDASTATE
any part
margarine |Sa the, Ceptrsr} Vre"st, Commission will be held In market 01 tbe golf, and, as a market, 3* 0
aching bones on jointsfalling; hair mucous
most of the supply cornea from, bas a It U outstripping such, old-\lme marketsa o
Creased more than thlrds..since,; Wednesday October! lit Mobile and Montgomery. Its deepwater patches\ swollen, glands, skin itches o AND CITY DEPOSITORY i
official" of tbe St aboard Air and burns, sore lips or gums, eating,
'{ foutterine law became effective. Is such an advantage that t'en o >v

,' what plan the manufactures! will\ Coast Line paincsville Jacksonville and acola leads. Mobile a* cheaper- transportation festering sores, sharp, gnawing blood pains. o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON President THOMAS P. DKNHAM, Cashier. x
.1 ( then suffer from serious poison
beep made deh \ can he had tq European you M .
)tow bavp not ; Tavarea and Golf Railway or the beginning of deadly cancer o JAMES: D. BAKXR: Assistant. Cashier
\known but It U probable! the first$ market* It oo
duly notified tb.t' on said YOU may b. permanently cured by taking iio
will be to stuck.wUh vigor the ; commissioners will' take np the The Volusia county, jail now con Botanic Blood Balm (B. D. B ) made Banking( Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmer! 2g
'' tntlonalltv of the law which\ imposes talusJIorc'prllOo'e\. than it bill at any'one
of readjusting freight rates on especially to cure the .worst blood 'and and Fruit-Growers Solicited..
tax on lbeFnlored! article. their time before for many year. The
vegetables moving over skin disease Heals every sore or ulcer
r tokoir
;,, v Akbaray, Varadhsr, the Siamese ..- lines :ft ia understood that ''enrollment"figured\ up la eventhirty, even deadly.cancer, tops all aches and oRottoKoKostoSOSrokoetokoStoetokokorostokoatoROtoetottotto '4 4Rub
yt. 'later, and, Afro Desert: It; p, ple* templates issuing an Some of these are awaiting trial, and pains and reduces! all swellings., Botanic
Assistant Secretary ol tae\ r some are under ..o .ace: In the lot
Third reducing the rates in Blood Balm cures all malignant blood
busy arranging for the reception and that. the meeting Is called tbere are several awaiting trial for murder troubles; such aa 'eczema, ac.ba.and, OFFICIALanfl, LODGE; SEALS .

entertainment the Crown Prince! the hearing prescribed by law as -DeLand, Supplement. scales pimples, running sores Carbnncleo ii nPf Stam n'R ..
.TO
Slam and his suite, who sailed fqr sqch or cr ahpnd} apt 'ls\ \>e. 1 Engineer Jsck Robinson, of the Plant scrofula.: Druggists, $t. To U e / S .

yti W coiintrv {rpip;; Cbetbootg IM\ Prllla f1 nl"bet, remembered." that Jhe System famlllary known aa "Uncle prove it cures. sample of Blood Balm I IN TWELVE HOURS '
,. the Augusta Vtd rts. Jack" was found dead in his room: luSt I
rates oD'lralta and vegetables lent free and prepaid by writing Blood i
of last Petembnrg few days ago, having OF ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Stamp Works
The London Chronicle over, the Florida East jCoast Balm Co.*Atlanta, Ga. Describe! : trouble -
gives currency to a rumor theta IIIO were reduced: by an order of the died of heart disease. Mr.' Robinsonwas .1 and free medical advice: sent in seated I '
meat U afoot to make! President dQn.effective: September I, 1903. in point of service the oldest. engineer letter. GUY I.' METCALF, Local Ajent. 22- Main St., Jacksonville Fla y

veil a colonel,, to, thelBritish line r, that It la( now the purpose of ,on the Plant System sad was a .. ,

meet The i>pet believes that the : ;' l n to bring the rate. on the general favorite among the employee The Bn'Prescription for Malaria FActory OtiS. 017
ter' "precedent' for such, an action to next ..Wednesday's' of the road. He was,, about ilxty-ilve Chill and Fever I I. a bottle of Grove's !lencl MA'NON'S \VeartUayst.. ,
1ome a I 4lYauona
'. being iaqnlred lato. into 1I uIwlttalIe Bast Coast year of age. Tasteleaa Chill Tonic It Is simply iron Cane oY otUce, 413 and tt 1.lclt.'. lunyfluavA
The headqaartera of the Southern It altogether probable that a James Strapler, a colored man living and quinine In a [tasteless form. No : GUAtVA JELLY 8t.room JackarullvtUe.

Company have! practically eat r o{tb.Jal&$ official qf the near Rutledge killed '. rattlesnakenear core No pay. Price 50cents. [ Jlr..b 1'11"_ enll A ....-
1 J' press lished .ta l 1t1U"F1eA1tnC.. ,:: ., Involved will be inattendance. Sugar foot Prairie which be ., SHIRTS -AwrnoNv'a Jelly"".,. CANDY. Cb-a rl... In all';row a' .....

non, general counsel of the Capital. claims to have been eight feet long. He MANHATTAN

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ROUND ABOUT MIAMI Oroves Around Miami. The Passion Play. ,. Jefferson.; In Repertoire. S. H. RICHMOND.. Agent 11'JI'1' Cf gLf4 I). PJtIOEd,7'TORNEY '

The correspondent of the Times-Un The Paralon PI y, presented at the Joseph Jefferson, whose, 60 years of ,

ion and Citizen, in company with Prof' Baptist Church! Monday night, was. a stage work sit as lightly upon him aa Perrine Land Com aay. AND IYOUNSELLnR'

4 Links of. Local News Picked up and Mrs;;W. F. Blackman and daughter.' rare treat! to the Miami people.; If they 'were all guidon and glorious Gust! AT LAW

Here and There. spent :Wednesday driving through tbe Through! the efforts of Mr. I. C. Beck: summer ; and whose. visits grow more' u LS 'ATIL Will practice/ In nil the Ooiitt, State anil Federal -
Bimolnl, utmntloii. givou to Crlm-:
country, looking at the citrus groves Jr., tbt"oti'llecturer; Rev Charles A. and more welcome as the seasons puns, 4'\ m CUTLER FLORIDA lush, 'Real Kitiuu-uml rrubatn Law'

h, Brlet \Mention of Current Events Gathered and other Improvements. The first grove Campbell,was induced to com! lo Mla will begia :Monday evening air engagement !pfflo; .I'A,'gNUIC C: ,l MIAMI< VI A,
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visited was" that of John Douglass, at ml anct give. the Life of Cbrjst. is- depicted of one week-.t the Colonial The t, -....... _,
by THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters
Orang Glade. This I I. one of the oldest Kvrry ten years at Olwi: Amuier.; LIGlHTWOOD; POSTS ItA.N.NO, ', ,
During the Week.: atre.This 'w ,
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11 11nr grape fruit groves in this section. The gau, Bavaria, and tho scene ...which are v lll,,bring M r. Jefferson, forward .
trees are ia splendid condition, but not true lo tifet were intensely interesting again in'tils. :' famous characterizations, in Flrn Class Lightwood Posts fur .ATTORNEY-,1.LAW.; .

,, Do you read The Tropical Sun ? so heavily loaded with fruit aa last year. and tu1y.I'Quderful.' ., which theatre-goers, are always Kind to I, Plucuppl Covering and other purposed "Offlcn-Pront_ Room, 'tcjieU; Building. AV "I'. '"

KNOX HATS-standard of the worldat The I Address Miami" Florida. .-i.-....
The Burbank & Sites grove, in the same lecturer usea nearly lao feet of see hiniaml which take' ou enhanced

tl. ANTHONYS BROS. neighborhood; was also visited. The film and the most powerful double ster- inteitsl and charm each time. Mr. Jtfferaon I U D. HOWARD -

," ,.s Mrs. W. C. Maynard and daughter trees are' younger, but are in fine condition eoptlcans, which make the scenes very who Is the dean of the American 'Sebastian, Fla. n. TAYLOR

have arrived In Miami.Mr. add\: have made and are putting on real and life like. stage and the most beloved of all AmeriI I ltoBFIi'ir :

Roland Kolb is studying music to a splendid growth. The trees are per. The church was crowded with an, appreciative ca's com."dl us. Is no fond of his piofession -' ------ LA w. J.I?Rw:. ,

New York again this year. fectlyliealthy: with no signs of scale or audience, and the' evening and of the fiction charge era gat.bnshadIn! 1876 Incorporated hi '.peaCapita Office In Postoffice Block

other trjnects.: Any doubting i the advisability was one long to 'be remembered by all! with which bin fume is inseparably identified 1 Stock *1OOOOO.OOSomers *
Mr. J, C. Allen,Is visiting at the home I MIAMi .' \ tfLORlt)1jl14lf \
of School Superintendent Z. T. Merritt. ,'of planting oranges and grapefruit present., that he cannot resist the allure ,

'" 3'' Freeman Burdme is at Barlow attending t'ees in the rocky lands of Dade One of the finest things of the even- ments of the footlights even though. his 'Brothers Company

"' the South Florida Military Institute. would Change tbelr minds on seeing/ this lug was the singing of Miss Pearl'O rd. year and fortuue would justify liift re PITTSBDHO., PENN'A. '1-1 F.' ATKINSON;,

ll grove. I ner, who gave The Holy City, while'I] tifement, and so each season be sets L.A.
Mr. J. S. Rogers and family, of Dade The pineapple plantation belonging to 1 was being illustrated on the canvas'; apart limited number of weeks and Commission Merchants ATTORNtr.AT-LAW

y-;p t ,, City, have located in Miami permanent Courtly GaMeD & Co. was tbe subject of making lasting Intpresslon on all who selects a few cities Include In his tour, Wholbsalo. Produce Dealers -" NOTARY PUBLIC.

$, t ,,1, ly. much favorable comment by Prof. Black. heard her. 'end starts forth to abed happiness and :Mt&1IIt, FtA.riKO. .
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Mrs.' J. S. Bradford and mother Bradford man. Indeed, It looked so promisingthat The choir, composed of Miss Gardner,' inspiration upon some fortunate part of Invite consignments from Dode County 11.6-10", ,

4 ; y are visiting relatives at Hawk's be was ready to have five acres of Mlaa Hall Mr Brio Hall and Mr. Tur- the piny-loving public. and Southern and Produce Florida prumialng ol Fruits prompt Vegetables ---

14 it' Park. land cleared on Jail Orange Glade property tinge! with Mr. Saxelby as accompa- Nobody ever sees bis Rip and forgetsIt. Hales, at highest Plttsburg prices, and A. \VOK1KY.ATTORN .

a t 1 'i, Large and small tracts of land for and planted (in"pines. Unfortunate. nisst, furnished good music during the Nobody ever sees his Bob Acres Immediate returns Y.AT.LAW.

I l ', fruits and vegetables. Towtiley Bros. ly there were no slips to be bad, so that evening.: without declaring it a great achievement We refer.. to this paper leading. Dade Fuulyshippers '
? PUtHburK RIInk..ndolher.eU known
'll Anthony Block. another year must pan before this is sccomplfshed Re/ Cbas. A Campbell is a bright in the realism of the human heart find reliable "nnurcei: 01 information, \ n< to ourauandnifnhndieg All General bualnen practice animated In Biat wilt and receive Fedrml prompt Cou,attention. '..,

and nuim On this ptace the Grilling aDd eoteltAlnlnlr talker, and again Mr. as well as along the most exalted idealistic and biwlmu method, '
Bargains Improved
proved
It city property. Townley Bros. Anthony Bros. Company was planting 1,136 lemon Beck is'to be congratulated for his untir.' lines of art. The same delightful grr.w.c.Ofnco. Brown Building. Ala ,D and llllh; .

'' Block. trees for Courtin Golden & Co. ing efforts III making the evening such impression is made by his Caleb Plum "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY Baoa.a MIAMI, FLORIDA!

Prof and Mrs. Blackman and daughter a great success. nice and his Golightly, There ia nothing _H_ __
; Mr. Gaston Drake has returned from
also called on Prof. Mather and -.5- ... In the range of quaint humor or
j the mountains of Colorado, where he
-, spent a most delightful Bummer.y' family,-who have recently settled at Orange ITEMS FROM DELRAY.R. tender sympathy that Is not embracedIn GEO. R. WALLACE, S
I t Glade Prof ]Mather's young Mr Jefferson's art.-Boston Herald.
Mr. Hubbard and Gon Chetham have is In a vigorous condition and .., "
grove |,*I. Scammel has arrived in town, Gas Engines and Supplie
enlarged( their store sod are to be congratulated the ground has been prepared for plant -
the improvement. and is stopping at the Hotel de Ten Anent the Indian War Fund.
upon ing about four hundred more trees.
PALH
'V Mr. J. Augustus Lasseter has entered Rev. Mr. Merrick, a Congregational brook, In a letter to Capt. James F. P. Johnston WEST BBAC1FLA..

Ch rfes Miller is building for Iilmwlf' Governor Jennings makes a significant .
:Mousey Business College at Jacksonville minister, and a graduate of Yale College '

ul M where he Is taking a commercial course. with ,his family, arrived here three a new lighter.across/ the He raging says he canal.is tired ofwalk'ing war'! re'QI.-k.D claim money.reference to the Indian Batteries,. Magnetos, Spark Coils* Switches. '13t ,

Mr. W. II Giealns and .6n. Paul years' ago.
I Second Hand Launches arid t
Some of those who hold warrants Engines.
have returned home after a visit of several Mr.- Merrick purchased his place be- The people of Delray are waltlnJiipatlent'y '
., / months with relatives near Columbus fore arriving, and after seeing It felt be for the rock road, and we are against the State for services during the . Launch. for Charter ., l

.i Ohio. had purchased "a pig in a poke." But glad to know that it Is heading this way Indian war are under the Impression

l'' Lummus and wife have he is not one of the kind to become easily Our Postmaster has a very fine pineapple that their claims are to be honored and
Mayor returned .. BUFFALO
paid by the State out 0(, the fund received ,
b"'' !; home, and will\ move Immediate- discouraged and be, witL his son, plantation started. from the United States. Govern- ; } .

/: ly into their new house, corner Avenue went to work with a will, to transformthe D. L. Tope, of the firm of Pope & Mc.
'; C and 13th street. pine. forest into a real garden of : Laurin was, up from Jacksonville this er Jennings, however, Indlcates'dilfer.rnlly NOT THE CHEAPEST I BUT .THE BEST, :... *.
in"blsletter. He .
Eden, Their land la extremely rocky says."I
Mrs. E E. Knowles, of 14th street, week on business. note your reference to the Indianwar
and a man with less. determination ,
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accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Miss Brown, daughter of Captain claims and faithful service '-
r would never have undertaken the task. Brown.. has. arrived _In_ the village._. and your "'m. Itr. Hrown President W n'I,
Braley and granddaughter Kathryne, rendered> toe state: ana your reference Bank B.B.MaQornrlcir Vlcv-Frmldent Mf
Y He now has something over five hun will In OLDay Biscayne Uoo. M. htwond wCh
are visiting relatives in New York. teach the Delray school this 11/ B Curry .PI.rI.t! < |
dred citrus tree. planted, aud finer or to the warrant signed by R. C. Williams, .rlo. U. UnrthBlde,C'nMlilc.r!
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/ Mr. G. G. Budge and family are living more' ,thrifty ones never grew in the richest term.Mr. comptroller, and have to advise you thatI ) .
in their commodious boat house on hammock lands in the State. His Norman foreman for :Mr. Turner, have no power in the premises under '

the river at the foot of Avenue C, which first planting of about two hundred spent Monday In West Palm Beach on the act of Congress recently passed ex- Capital $5O,000 .

they will\ occupy until they build the trees were set less than three years/ ago, business. cept to receive the money and the can

bouse they are contemplating. and many of them are loaded with fruit Thanks to the ladies, a new lighter, celed bonds of Florida that the government ,MIAMr: : : : ,- .- ;F'LORI1bA:

i t The jail I. Hearing completion andIt Some of the grape fruit tree have at baS been placed on the canal at Atlantic : held, which baa been done and'tbemoney
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will be only a short time now until least two boxes of fruit. His tree show Avenue crossing. : turned over to the State Treasurer

the county and city officials will move that a master hand baa been caring for L. G. Lyman sold a very valuable under a resolution of the Board of This is the Season suit r,scarce

in temporaily as they can utilize the them. Mr. Merrick has the ground piece of property' today to'a gentlemen Commissioners of State Institutions of
building nicely for the present and the cleared and boles dug for planting 1,500 from Delaware. Florida to be held for legislative Action. ..........................................#..I.NN s; a ,

court house is ready for occupancy.Our more trees He also has several acres .-.a.-, "I enclose herewith history of _the ... And In offering this .line of Evaporated Fruits, :

merchants are laying in a large planted in peppers. eggplant and tomatoes COCOANUT GROVE GLEANINGS! 'I Claims paid, This pamphlet contains you get a big variety of Fancy Goods free from bugs J'

stock of goods this Fall several of them which are IDjue/ condition and Executive: Document No. J j in the bill. You will observe by care, i ,V
being East now; among them, Mrs. A. J. promise a bountiful crop. Mr.' null J Mrs. June Crockett, Jr., ,expect :: I BEAD THIS; LIST ', :" : :
study of Executive No. 68 '
F, Mr. Merrick has demonstrated what'man a full Document : 00, :
Kolb and Mr. W. M. Burdine. while to move into their country home Evaporated
the several items allowed by the Apricotp,| cents poijnd .
with government -
others are just returning borne expecting grit and energy, without a next week. 1.1'
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and paid to Florida under this act : Evaporated Peaches, ?j cents pound : .\
amount of do in the
l large shipments to follow In a great capital, can
Mrs. Wetzell says the ice cream.,,atLarkins I Evaporated Pears '
few days. rocky lands of Dade. Each year he has is of Congress. It is not my understand : 15 cents pound i. __ ,'" .
vegetables for the market each certainly good. lug that any of the R. C. Williams war- Evaporated Apples, 15 cents pound "u '!' :
grown ;
The county has a large force of men year he has made money, which he Is Miss Alice Kills has recovered frorn rants are embraced In thin circulation, i Evaporated Figs, U# cents 'pound :""yi,,'fl f

and teams at work on the public road at expending on his fl' DJ. He bas set his her recent illness and starte4 into the (tpnt (that only such}} claims! as were really' Big line I California Prunes, so cts pound i "

1 Cocoanut Grove, laying the stone ready heart on owning a thirty-acre : Miami' school VJondfl morning.Mr. paid by the State of Florida to individuals Fancy Layer Figs: 30 cts pound ./ .#:: : K{ ,: r
t for the her. There is also orange i .* .'.* ':"
cru a nnm ,
r Faro VI, k
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and grape fruit grove,and In-three years Eric Ball began his school Mon soldiers ami official "were allowed Fancy Dates laft, cts pound : :\ "
ber of and work
:h the road men north from teams Miami at where repairing the has made a surprisingly good start toward day. September 2910, with an attend aud paid."-Qainesville Sun. : Good Sun Dried Apples to'cts IbSfi '. :. ,p't.", :::$. ...

a I it Prof and Mrs. Blackman were ante of '33 pupils. Miss Burteshawis : pounds good Roasted Coffee, ji.oo j: "',
4 crusher is at work.-Miaul News. .' To Drain St Johns Marsh. Best Flour '
delighted with tbe appearance of the his assistant.Mrs. ft pounds ft.oo ,

I Mr. J. M. Pope, of Miami, who has trees, and were surprised at the size they John McDonald writes that the Messrs. Hiram Platt, D. J. Sumner' 17 pounds Granulated.Sugar, f 1.0,0 "

been on a visit to her parents Mr. sad bad attained l and the amount of fruit weather l In the North is quite cold, and and Lam Lanier', three of CrabE's foremost I 5 Gallons Oil, 85 cents i"

f Mrs S. G. Vanlandingham, in Titus: they ale carrying.The she will be home very shortly. I citizens, were in town on Wednesday 3 cans Milk, 25 cents

.4' :j'" ville, for some time, left Sunday, for St next grove visited was that ot Kirk The perfecting the,sale of six hundred 16 pounds good Rice |l.oo I
Housekeepers' Club will
: Augustine where she was joined on ,meet 0111 .N....e..NeN......... .
Munro, at Cocoanut Grove. With this inursuay and eighteen bend of Mr. Lanler's cat. NN..t'. .O.N..NNtl..N/Zv,
October 2nd, at which time
Mr. and
\ Wednesday by Pope, they pro they were. also delighted. The trip from I the Club work of the will In tie to George W. Hopkins, of Jlear '
begin
year
ceeded the of '
; to reports Georgia for a e. D. LEFFLER :
f c:" month's outing.-Titusvllle Advocate. start to finish was a very enjoyable' one,, earnest Lake, Mich. )

j and enough was seen to convince/ the Mrs. Jean Dearborn and little daughter '''' The Hopkins stock ranch comprises Twelfth St.. Between P. O. and Blscme Hotel' MIAMI FLORIDA
:Jtliaml will be well ;
represented at Professor and his wife that Dade countyis ninety-two thousand acres under fence.It .
u'' < Stetson University, Deland, this term the 'orange growing section of the; pora. sailed from New York tart covers a tract 18 mile long north and :t-

Iy ; by the following young ladies and gen State. Pfof.. Blackman will plant, as Saturday and expect to arrive home this south and 9'miles east and west, lying'

{(; tlemen: Miss Florence Frederic. Miss soon as tbe land can be cleared 1,000 week. Mr. Dearborn has gone to meet 911 the west aide of St. Johns River. It '
Lute Shingles
', them and they will all return together' Biscayne mil d Co.
L :, Mamie Douglas, Mr. John Gardner, trees arcs starter. A part of these will takes in the settlement of Savage on a Snily :

and Mr. T. N. Gautier. Their many be put on Ills bay front property, and a Mrs. S. V. R Carpenter was the re. Wolf Creek, and Lanier, and runs, dowfj bath < ,

Miami friend wish them a successful part on' his forty-acre tract at Orange clpient of a magnificent bouquet It f roses to Bull Creek. The ranch embraces the I .
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term, but will look forward to their return Glade. Already tbe work of clearing this week,- grown in. the rose garden at finest stretch of natural pasturage in 1 BRICK CP4 1iT.LJM$, PIfASTFR and HAIR. Solvents Darnell! Crates ';

fi with much pleasured,Miami News. has been started on tbe bay front prop- the Price-Williams place. Rose culture I Florhia. I :

Mr. George Ximaoies of St. Angus- erty.-Correspondence Times-TJniou and ought to be encouraged In this section of Mr. Sumner informs us that Mr. Hopkins .
i the State, as they are .. fine and do so MIAMI.. FU. easy M J j. A. CONRAD .;'_ .AU
tine has located in Miami\ \ and will be Citizen. is planning l for a great scheme to .tI zrssz i ;

engaged in the cigar and tobacco busiIKSS. --- wejl. drain the St Johns marshes by cutting .:..

e i":' He is a brother of Mr. C. L. XI- Railway Extension. Mr. and Mrs.\ B. C. Tousey arrived In a canal from Lake WaflLiaton eastward .: ::

: I' m"inies.-Miami News. lIe will soon be Cocoanut Grove Friday from' their summer about six miles to Eau Gallic creek on FRANK ,'

'j; fallowed by his brother, Joseph, who Cutler Work an4 on beyond the railroad Is to be extending conmiet.crd to home on Long Island New York:,' Indian River, the fall between the two W. STANTON & CO, '.::I;

will. open a fine cigar store in the Magic I They were accompanied by Mr Tou ."'. points being 14 feet.
at once, and pushed rapidly to
com .OUR
g City. While Mr. C. L. Ximanies was on pletion. father Mr..C. G. Tousey, of Winter Should,be succeed Mr Hopkins will SPECIALTY, "r

i bis last trip north he purchased someyss. I Park who will spend the winter ia the reclaim il large area of rich grazing land
fixtures for Last night. Mr. A. J. ;rome, civil South. *" which ha wu .1_ 'np_ 0'1. t d
the r
elegant new .tors.-St. -'f'" I"--v nn a race e.0 Fancy East Coast P
net
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arrived from
engineer, St. Augustine, --
;,. Augustine Record. stock with high grade cattle. ., ,
-- and is making up an engineering corps FREE TO OUR READERS. Mr. Sumner also stated with much 14 Vine Street
for Philadelphia
the of making the
purpose permanent
satisfaction that he had secured for Mr.
? A Straw Ride. location of the line. Botanic Blood Bairn for the Blood.If Hopkins the assistance of Representative

The straw ride given Saturday evening The surveying party will start out'on you suffer from ulcers, eczema, Watson and Senator Carson in the Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape-Fruit
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Fwl.. by Mr. D. B. Ilarley In honor of Friday morning. After they have gonea scrofula, blood poison cancer, eating matter of getting a charter to cnt the GROVES LOCATED j
few miles the work of building the sores, itching skin, pimples, boils, bone 'g
;l lh. Mrs John Fredericks'-birthday, was riadbed: will commence.-Miami News.Notice. pains swellings. ., rheumatism, catarrh canal, and felt very hopeful of ''the Ules & Stanton, Terra Ceia, Fla. Arnwtrong &: Stanton, Palmetto, lla A' a
one of the most enjoyable of the season, or any blood or skin disease, we Sidvlse future.-Kiasimmee Valley-Gazette Knox & Stanton, Liinonla. Fla. ,
w fine truie. you to take Botanic Blood BalmB. 3-7-'y I
everybody having a -.e.+w ( B. B -
They drove to Buena Vista and then Especially' recommended( for old, obRt-1 1 York
state,deep-seated cases cures where all Recently in New City, a plat of
: s; to Cocoanut Grove and back to Miami.
y All parties seining in the water..* of else fails, heals every sore, makes the toy square feet of, land, corner of Madi. Pianos Organs
Owing to the late start they were forced to blood pure and rich, gives the akin the Sewing Machines _
son avenue and Ra t Fortysecou4 -J
Biacavne Bay or its tributaries, will be
rich glow of health. '
givenp a contemplated "surprise, much Druggists f I per ,
1 to the regret of all present. prosecuted under Chapter 4361 Acts, large bottle. Sample sent free by writIng street, sold for $<144 .square foot, the I sell direct from the Factory ,
When the returned 1897. \ Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga Describe highest price ever paid for real estate in The Celebrated: Schnbe JJJano! With ]Mandolin' Attachment.
to Miami
wagon N. C. JONas, trouble and free medical advice that city. Realty increasing in valueIn The Couover Pianos the Cabl. Pianos
the silence of the night was broken by a sent In sealed letter. The
Game Wardea.IT Medicine sent at all progressive cities. Klngsbury Pianos, the Wellington Piano, _
T... melody of song, the popular refrain once, prepaid.You S.' Tbe Chicago Cottage OrganIn tweuty.l oo styles.
;( ; "01 t What a Shame" echoing over the lOr At the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terns.
beautiful of after Miami'ia justly proud of her np-to- Catalogues and Prices Furnished I 1
Bay Biscayne long the will be sorry .
a .' bor el' feet had died away in the dis / I The early bird catches the worm and late steam laundry. It Is turning ont Old ''as'rumeD's' Taken la E c angl Tl. Celibritad Singer Salting Uiduni, /0 4

+s,+ tance. All voted it "the only ride" and likewise. the first comer gets the first lots irst-claaa work at reasonable prices. Needles end Attachments for all klDd.of Be.ln. Macbl_. :?,
This l Is box of tb. fall Orden will resolve ,
stamina on fanalae
( evsry Give It a trial. It is located at the .
prompt AtteDltOD.
well satisfied with the jolty corner
i were evening cheap Townley Bros., real estate deal
p Laxative Drome-Quinine Tablats cob AVK. r
of Avenue D and Fourteenth D.AND 11th
J so isucb enjoyed. ers: Anthony Block. street. ST.w
allAHI J. W.
tbe reaMdy that aw.s a MY tm daft\ S9U 1.a.\t BIDA ERICKSON.


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'TUE, TROPJICAL\ SUN WEST PA3UM; BEACH, B,0tUPA, : 01Dr: OCTOBER 3, 103 IS.

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) (U UjHUtU'.fiH9H( U&H7"& O ur oeu..... UJO to ask questtoua now HIGH SCHOOL :FOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL ANDPERSONAL Spreading Out

O O O..OG eO O "1am ready!' be said. ITEMS About tbe first of November, or as"I'r!

.. .c.. ._- ---- O "Then tomorrow, I will make still WEST 'PALM BEACHed soon'as the store room at present occupied + V

further Investigation In my own way, -- by Anthony Brothers la vacated by !'

THE MYSTERY and we shall he ready; *to act Wa mast Postmaster Ziegler, of Neptune was In that firm the room will be remodeled \ ,,9 j
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both go to Perm from her* trout p. 1.
.k d tp'.t'ema a town Monday on business and used by Messrs. J. B. McGinley &i{j,
Jansky. not being a '
tlplicatton table. We need tbe high Co. the well known dealers furniture .,
took his departure. And then Capt. W. F. Armstrong left this mornIng in 1 tit
longer '
: I suddenly from bit repose the tfrlnea be- school, if for no otber reason, as preparatory for a trip through the North, and house furnishing goods, which firm }fly!

t $ OF GRASLOV cam a man of quick action ,.He' called school. Give the child as much Mr. E. G. 'Sewell, of Miami, spent is at present occupying the room west of \' J I I

o. frarn hip estate four men In' wham h. of Sn education as possible at borne and Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Anthony's. This change will not be a ,: ,'1;' p

= TowneJ 00 knew be eould place. the most Implicit then send him to college." Judge: Lewis move, but an enlargement, Mr. McOln"i.
$. ally Ashley ;
v"Yf\ % -. .'. ; .,
.\ ""' Father P. J. Kennedy of St. Ann'schurch
', /i' 1-- -"-0 conOdonce He spent some time at his thought that it was necessary! to have ley occupying both his present stand
"" ," ,w.,.. 6oYtfrtaa4 J9DI, br (yiarks P. !:fA 1<1f'jnuft.< i.. desk writing. To each of the four he high schools at )home, as the moral is spending some time in Miami and the room occupied by the Anthonys. ..,)t; t .

,: : .! fg UH..CH) t.'tQHtU +)O.OU0)4 U Oo.CiU ) O:: gave a letter. unsealed. unstan..pea; but I training! received would better prepare Mr N. S. Burnham left this morning For some time it baa been evident that :.

GO OO.GOO O .OOGI I addressed to each and apparently bur- the boys and girls for college.It for a trip to Washington, D. C. and Mr. McGinley would require more room }t ;',
t ( O .. OG fug been" delivered by the band of a private other v l
'I was decided that the Committee points North. '
on Iu order to meet the demands of his rapIdly r y l
I to' !meteiillselnto a5cC"As I messenger ,
; ._,r VJm.t,1': ware I said before, It Is a possibility.. : "Go with'' me. do what I bid you and Education should taice the matter In Mr. C. H. Munch and family have arrived growing trade 'and he has decided, jl I'

: aid Ncsleror and relapsed Into silence, you will bare. grid rubles for a .year'splensur. hand and act further as they might deem from Waveland and will make upon this change. The partition between ,' :J

Tears /came (auto his eyei now at the- "I suppose .It Is always a possibility *." h<> said best and proper., reporting what pro. West Palm Beach their home, the two rooms, or portions of the "';'f 1.

remembrance of !it. to one so powerful as your excellency," Inspector jsnsky, happy and y<$ agl- grew they had made' at the best meetIng ; Miss Amy Harris left Wednesday for partition, will be torn out, and the two 'i! 4 111;>
>'r'wtll this. flow' much! do,you the result or ,the conference of I '
buy
,,4q aid Janaky, wbd bad a fine talent for toted at ; the :Board. Tsvarea, where she will teach In the rooms practically merged into one.
ask tor Itr" ha,asked of Vladimir.:, '. with the prince;' .at In his office IB I. 1
Battery."At
( ")0 Second thoughts, It 1:, Is not for this particular moment I K 'Is more Perm on the following afternoon It BETTER POST-OFFICE ACCOMMO public school during the present term At present, Mr. McGinley finds it necessary ':'\ "I 'I"

.ala," 'yiuaioUr'! An8'W' I'ec1. easily accomplished than at any other was crowltig; late and be bad looked DATIONS. Mr. E. H. Rhodes of the Florida East to store a large portion of hi? ;" j '

"X:do"hot wonder," be said. "It la a. time." flours for PrinriNuslerov.! Judge Lewis ,brought: to the Attentionof Coast Railway, will leave early next stock In .warehouses or wherever he can ''.'

::lot. otltu) face. Wa do not have them "K your. excellency will explainIfanything "He wan mlKtaUen or be baa failed. the Board a matter of Importance, for week on a holiday trip through theNorth. find ment a will place do to away put it with, and all this this enlarge Inconvenience. )I ,.

In.tlfla, part'ot RUl .&. In "St Petersburg 'Is expected of mS, I w ulJ"t- be said "He would but come' It there which he will have the thanks of a long- In addition to their regular j'j'H r[:
perhaps." "Dnty-Tonly "broke In the was a possibility of snocess." matter furniture business
; duty prince. suffering public. The ,}in questl Messrs. L. M. McGinley & Compuuy l' .
'' Murray George R. Pit-
Ha shot a glanca at Papa Paulpoff "But'I will explain. You are already As he spoke the prince' horse galloped ">n' was In regard to better. accommodations carry on an extensive mattress k
''but the old man woe bend- zee and Thomas J. McRae, well known
I' be spoke, aware that when you were made Inspector to. the door. I the manufacturing establishment which 1 '
ng/ :down putting the hot shoe on' the, of police In Perm the field of "UocHll( Tben success to ""possible! at postofEce and no doubt knights of tbe grip, were in town branch of their house is rapidly/growing. 'j i 'is t:

{ horehoot/: police activity extended but Jlttla far said Jansky. grasping the band of hIs Postmaster Stowers will give the desired Wednesday _... ? '

The Job finished, there remained ther east./'The Cossack'guards and the noble taenefiiator. edict at an early date. The Judge The label on shows to -- "

nothing but to pay the Paulpoffs and< Tartar davolry composed! the police "PoMlblH. It ,Is certain. Come with thought that the aim and importance of. what date your paper you Private School. y

4 'tic-part; The prince did this, bade them over the ,border. But this! now railway we." tbe town of Westalm Beach demanded your subscription is paid. Miss Holder and Miss Ames will give. '!

a pleasant' farewell'. mounted .Lie steed ""-- .-' I ITO that the lobby of the, postoffice be allowed The Tropical Sun would be glad to have private Instruction to pupils until the d..
l Is revolutionizing: all that. In eactgovernment all settled
rode ; arrears promptly. tf
1 add, away. which this.line erf f 11..CONTtl\"OWD.J to remain open all night, and on opening of the public school. Further
Explalu: the mystery1! cried Vladl- through Vj
-- County Commissioner P. C. Alcber information be obtained the
airy "You, bnva na* l.at fed plctumf travel passes or Is to pass a depart! Sundays, so that those who had lock may at

1 ou','' commanded MS ,uev. r, to, lose Its| vent ot. : RoHee Is to be etabltsli< A Topic Wore Threadbare. boxeg'could: get their mail at all hours. was a passenger on Tuesday morning'snorthbound "Palms," Saturday, October second '. .aj

R } \Vhy the lie about the fire?" There will be new cities develop. Tber< Several of our brothers of the Florida This was reasonable ; other towns have train, enroute to his home from a td 4 p. m.; or by letter addressed I S

t' ", The! picture." replied 'Papa Paulpoff will be railway stations.! The populn/ press, as well as some correspondent ol thai privilege and we should too Mr at Stuart from a business trip to Miami. to P. O Box 302; : ,

,/, }rning ..white under bis thick bvavd tlon of Slfeei'la will Increase and., t U", >"S* papers outside the State, are having a HauKh. Mr. Bnrkhardt, Mr. Gruber and Misses Winnie and Mattie Mix were .

Of.. ,;::1 1\ that of a noble lady who was a complex enough"at all times, will mewl tenlble) lime adjusting the Secretaryshipof others coincided with Judge Lewis and passengers on Saturday's northbound To Cure a Cold In One Day
"bend of my family and whom we a* present a far greater variety than ever train .. Take Laxative (S,
'as saint I do before. The'entrauae' of foreigners, ol) tbe Florida Railroad Comuiinslon to finally motion by Mr. McGlnley: prevailed enroute to DeLand where tb y Bromo Quinine Tab. !

P Ildreu Worshiped a conspirators will bavo to be made lest suit their several. Ideas or preferences. that the Board communicate with will enter Stetson University! this week. lets. All druggists refund the money if /

I difficult. The escappof a convict will Meanwhile neither tbe Railroad Commission Mr. Stowers, and request that he allow Messrs. L. P. Lane and M. F Blltch it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa-

; now be.almost a mere act.of stepping nor Mr. Guy I. Metcalf (whose the lobby of the postofilce to remain returned home last night from Atlanta; tune is on each box 25 cent. 14
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, !i k1'li* upon a train. and saying farewell to bit name_is being connected with this position i- open all nlgbt and on Sundays for the Ga., where they represented Palm Beach

lh ; ,uards. ', in the various speculations and benefit of box-holders lodge at the biennial session of the
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1.i,I II) W\h"!:t .'.", .,,, "It will be, therefore quite! necessaryto comments) are Haying one word In on- la connection another feature was Grand Lodge of the Carpenters. and Political Annonacements.
li 'I k
I .r \ ; + of with
" '//:1>. I, ';;,',;';;!' establish a system police firmatton or denial. mentioned but on which no action was Joiners of America.
,, (':'' wn's officer. of more ability: and sbiewdnesl
:tn'iY: : For Town Marshal.
taken: TBat was'1o'regard'to the letterbox
than the Cpa"a.cks who now command Better keep your nether garments on, Missess Norton and Holder, who have
r9t I the rude guards who stand sentinels boys. Tbe ComuilHsioners are attending\ :, which is at present arranged very been in attendance at tbe teachers meet. 1 tako this method. of announcing niynell L,

t over the CIlIa!.'', great dominion' In Asia to their business .aud Mr. Metcalf Is at l Inconveniently, being directly under the leg In this city, returned to West Palm as Palm a, uuodldaie Beach at the for* Town municipal Marshal election of to Went be '

"Such a department of police has already home attending strictly to his When general delivery window, which frequently Beach this morning. While here they hold on the Bd day of Novumbrr. If eluded ;

been established tn Tobolsk the former 'are ready and the proper causes annoyance to parties were guests of Capt. and Mra. C. H. I prouilHO to dim-urge th. dutlm of the. office, i

tbrougb'wblch the railway Is now com time conies they will And a suitable man dropping mail. It was stated that ,Postmaster Bradley.--Miami News. to the best of mv ability.
f pleted. U is time now for us to think. Metcalf Stowers SAMUEL A. BARFIELD.
expected to the
to fill l tbe bill | and as Mr. so remove
of such a department In Tom k," Frank Dimick: son of Senator Dim.
we are reliably Informed, Is a candidatefor postoflice at an early date from Us present -
As the prluctf and governor paused ick, has entered Stetson for
no1' political preferment whatever, it location to the store room at present University LIGHT PLANT WANTED I
breath .bort and ELECTRIC
the inspector's came
the fall term which
opened
fast might be |teat as well to let biB name occupied by the A. S. Botsford Dry Wednesday.
.1y' Frank has just returned with his parents The Town of Went Palm Bench Florida 1.,
i.. "And, your' excellency In the goodness rest for a little while. Gixxljt Company and then stversl
from a trip North and went on to Stet. will neelve sealml bids foe the granting of
of heart- have thought changes would in all probability be
your you .
franchise
-'--.- from a for an Electric Light Plant In
of me?" '.: made,' which would add to the convenience son Jacksonville.The Haiti town All partle subinlttliiff bids must d,.

"I have. been thinking-of several. 1 Seeds-Bean and Tomato. of the public including the put many Miami friends of Prof. J. stipulate time wanted In Installing the said I qua,

have befriended you. I desire to do soagain. ',Hay, drain and Produce. Eves glllllo: ting in of a number of new lock boxes C. Allen are delighted to see him light plant. All bids must be fllnil, with the, "
' But there are difficulties which Clerk on or before the aNt day of November" 'I
,' Produce There again. He has been here during the
must consider. Your present position Company. being no further business' the A. P 19o:i. The. Town Council........... the, t"
we ----- Board then adjonrned. past week as the school at West Palm ,
Hunt to I't'Juct) any or all bids.
while low still Is
not a one, so
Beach, where be is to teach, has not (Sinned) QKOKUB W. I-OTTEK. ,
nO If tAU-!. la n beautiful woman low that the leap from It to the position Mr. Fitts Return.. -- .a. _
but hernamet"f opened yet.-Miami News. Chairman of the Town Council of West. f.
of superintendent of police 'ot the Mr. S. 0 Fitts, tbe well known Band Serenade Palm Bewli
Night
not want M lose Itr That prince aeem- government of Tomsk would excite the deputy clerk of the Circuit Court will ..r- Monday Preserves by ,the pound Chinese rice, Att.*.t; UKO.': S. ADAMS
.ell to know,wbo she was, and, Y did not St.Petersburg. The Lake Worth Band was out on a
4' Imaginations/ of certain people at rive in Miami this evening from a twomonths' Succotash, finest Mocha and Java coffee, City Clerk. {
ant him' to"get the picture so I lied.
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? serenading expedition last Monday
; even- extiacls shredded codfish candied
in tbe north. Mr' pure ,
holiday
trip
:t ;914 woman,what about that dlnner7"fill' "Superintendent of police of Tomakr'Janeky lag, much to the delight of the citizens lemon and In bulk NOTICE. l
peel citron REGISTRATION
cocoa ,
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vacation
"It Awaits,," said Mamma Paulpoff cried."Certainly. X Pitts has hail a nel enjoyable tl1'
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of parts of town which covered All
"Then' coma. I am taml bed. If one : his Itlnrrary'Includlllg Chicago III; were home made guava jelly, currants, raisins, i
That Is the position for
place The books of the of t.
t bv the expedition. The first visit. rcnlNtration" Town
to ma. to disturb me eating, I Waukesha Win ; candles. Co-operative Store.
and Marquette
speaks -
which I Intend you. I have watched Milwaukee ; ed the residence Mayor Butter West. Pnlm Bench Florida" will hc upeu from, t
ass
I will. use my foot"Once your career. You are eager ambitiousand Mich; Duluth St. Paul Sioux: Mr. Harry McGlnley, brother of Mr. October 8r at the table Papa Paulpoff attacked What better hardt where several airs were renderedIn between the hours of 8 and resourcefuL man Falls, Omaha and Lincoln At the tatter J. McGinley, arrived Tuesday night P. m p. m.
the meal with the rude manners could I have In such a position? It Is place Mr, Fltts was the guOstol William honor of} the Mayor's son, Louis who from Canton, Ohio, and will probably locate earn diijr. Snli hooks will be found In the ,
of the uneducated Russian and the old whom I must rely to prevent (U one of the oldest members of the or lophoue office timber block. I!
upon you /
In
Jennings Bryan and was right royally permanently West Palm Beach. t
woman sat with downcast eyes eating ganization and who GBOIIUB H. ADAMS
the encroachments ot our enemies. It on Monday morning
meal entertained. The office of the Com- The Sun, in behalf tbe citizens. of Oet a Ot. City ClHik.,
her. own will be the superintendent of my police. left for DeLamt to attend Stetson Uni
Vladimir, though devoured by corlos- Ult r'r was inspected and a visit paid to West Palm Beach, extends to Mr. Me.
r? who will be my closest conadant. Wbq versity. The next place visited was the
l }1f7 .wbe! peculiarities of the old. could ba more acceptable to me than Colonel Bryan's farm where an er of home of Ralph Broadwell, who is also a Ginley a hearty welcome NOTICE FOR ELECTION.
manfend ate 1 sllenc obtained souvenir Whilein
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( corn was as a
you- member of the band, and who on the Mr. Geo. W. Idner leaves tomorrow Notice hi hereby" given to the "I thank you, your excellency. Ithllnk" in Chicago Mr. Flits was representedwith I following morning made his departure morning for Washington, D. C., to take voters of Went Palm; Beach Jr'lorltin. that

CHAPTER III. an original copy of the historic debates for Stetson to enter his studies. in the annual re-uninn of the G. A. R as election> will be hold In the Club Holme on
"Walt Thank with deed whenwe upon tbe Bret Monday In 1IIO2.
ytAD11/m BENT TO WBKBIA me of. Lincoln and Douglas This valuable November living
to the police of the succeed. As I aald before, there are book is the "" of Judge L. Several weeks ago, while In a Northern which convenes in thatity.. While the third day of the month that the piII

ATTACHED of Perm was an difficulties. One cannot leap too. greata present ol city,':Mr. W. P. Halchetlkindly remembered North Mr. Idner will lay in a new will he open from eight o'clock i a. .in, until
M. Dearborn Democratic member stock of fur tbe firm of G. W. HUudown on said election day*
named Ignata Jan distance at once without a cause. W. the band by purchasing and goods I 1
the Court of Claims of Illinois and Inner & '1 be oIllCTtm to be voted for Mm on followmA
,' sky Ha was ambitious to else must. Bod a cause. bilnginghome' some of the.latest band Son. Mayor, to nerve. one
year.
of
cousin Mr, E. C. Dearborn County
q' and was of that mental and physical: "A' cause your excellency? music, and In appreciation of this kind The management ot the Lake Worth Three A Aldermuu to verve two ye"....

c, pallber that makes 4 man successful CWbaf | mean la some potent reason: Cleric: of Dade county. Incidentally it remembrance. "the boys" stopped and News were ver\ generous in their treatment A City Clerk to nit Iu4 Treasurer and, Anefinnr .
when be bonds all his energies regard-. this great promotion. The\ chief of may be"added that Mr. Fitta has Increased for to verve one year.A .
for Rave Mr. Hatchett some of the best they of Mr. Mortimer Courtney,
1 leas of all scruples, to the attainment Tomsk police will have a palace a his avoirdupois to the "extent" of! \lorHlal and Tax Collector to nerve. on.
had in the shop. A number of belin'tltullet some time in charge of the presses in
A. of his goalInspector largo Income and will be second only twenty-seven pounds.. ye'r.
j' Janeky, bavlDlr'recelved a' fc> myself 'tn power. To obtain that --.- -- ellonl were rendered among them the News, .who has entered Stetson 'Hie following l I named" clilniMi are" hereby 1
one const do something'worthy." "My Old Kentucky Home" with variations University. Not only did they release ni,.|"lnt- d lo conduct the election: Judge A. '
from Prince Nesluror hMten-
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,ed tnasaace to obey: ;for.Ire knew the power of "Oh. If I could but win that distinction Early Closing. after which Mr. Hatchett retaliated I him front a long-term contract but also .net I. "nil l.ewls InHiiuotom('. W. Itcbmld and II. M. I'utttr to .

Neslerov, and If there should chanee to !" The buxlnvns. bouses will coi,tliiue to by serving some of the most delU assisted In) other ways iu giving him a Joel) Down to act aa clerk. /

: Ii a. be promotion In bill path at any time "I think It even now within your close at 6:30 p. m. for another month. cious. refreshments imaginable. After splendid start in his college career. The method of e"ndu..tloll a State anti

J Neslcrav.,. us a wealthy noble of Oran power." A petition has been circulated among the refreshments had been:! properly Senator E. N. Diunck and Mrs. County Klectlon will be followed a. far apoiHllile
lov could further bill po.ulblfltiea.em "You have discovered IOmethlncT'"Yea business that this In conducting thin election j jIn
the men, requesting taken care of Mr. Katcbett called Manager Dimick arrived in town last night after an
nesting place for' nihilists. Witness whereof I have hereunto al-
"" Inspector Jansky: entered the palace ." very practice be continued for another ScHnMdt to one side and slipped absence of nearly two months. Mrs. fled. my name, thin the Sitlth day of 3<.pteiu.

of would tbe have prince charmed wltb a the humility poor-devlla that "000<11! Give me an a.'bere this month, allowing their employees shpp f 15 in his band which he said was to be Dimick has been sojourning in the her A, D., 100i.

whom his eagerness bad sent to Sibe place Is, your excellency There ell} hours until tbe heated.term' I Is over, and placed in tbe general fund of the organ mountains in the Carolinas while the L W. BURKHAIIDT: Mayor.

ria. }be! no more nesting." tbe following houses I have cheerfully entered isation and used'l as the band might Senator has visited old friends Michigan Attent.GKo. a AOAUD, Clerk. io.ast.SHERIFF'S : .

r c" "81t down." said tbe prince,. and the "cpo you \know- a forge on the forest into the agreement: lee. it.Tbe. Ohio and Illinois. Both attended

Inspector sat down with a suddenness road,: leading out of Perm to.the south. ?"" M. E.Crulier, Anthony, Brothers G. band boys were invited to "come the opening exercises: at Stetson University ,SALE.

J that proved his de.lre'to please bill "A forge A horseshoeing place G. Strobm Company, J. B. :MVGinley & gain." and of course they will go. And at PeLand where their son Master -

sponsor. "I sent for you; "Well, that and all Ironwoi'king. It Co., Ben. H Poster, W. P. Uatchett L. who blames them I Frank has commenced his acedemic Notice In hereby given. that
"Ton I received. la kept by a man named PaulpoQ""Paulpof A Under and by virtue ol an execution tunned
did your excellency. W. Burkhardt A Haugb, S. Bots-
tbe giant who breaks horseshoes .. 'a", course. I out of the Clis.ua( Court ol the Sixth Judicial
your message and made all haste to ford & Co Wm. Helm and Alias M. J.
Circuit of Florida In and for IllllRborough
obey.* with bis thumbs and forefingers Michael Ponce. The Utopia clad. Mr. Charles T. Hart, manager/: of the Coi'nty In a cause therein pending. wherein r

'T trust It did vat tneenvenlence you The simple minded son of old ] .., Committee of the Utopia furniture department of M. E. Gruber's John II. Moody and WllllamB. Henderson
-- Time {House
} to a great extent" said the prince who What ball be to do with olhlllstllr"He c- ? establishment, has tendered his resignation co partner, trading under the firm name of
e was quite'familiar with the peculiarities la their\ leader," Neelerqv said\\ Stops the Cough and Works off the Cod.| glnb informs The Sun that tbe comniltlce the resignation to take effect after Moody Hrnderiton are planting and P. L.

x, of the Inspector's nature. quietly. ; has placed aq order for furniture Alderman In defendant, I have levied. upon
Laxative Bronio Quioi.ie Tablets cure
h "Wot at all. your excellency-that la.t Jtnsky turned white,, whether, front |tar the Club rooms, tn the New Jefferson November ute Mr. Hurt has accepted and will, Bell at public auction In front of the

1 not so much but what It gave me pleasure urprlua or horror at the dovqiab' plo a coM in one day. No cure (To pay jr. block, and that the consignment Is a lucrative position with the Cleveland court house door atMlaml| Florida, between

to obey. I am always busy. as yonjmew he scented; WB do not know. But i bll -- -- expected to reach here about the ijth of Furniture Company, ol Jacksonville, one the legal boan of eels on the third day of
oat Tbe of Tomsl in the :November A. b. 10OJ: the same being the
these waiting. police of furniture houses
.$ /' : The fourteenth anniversary of the the month. the largest ,
present the
brut Monday In mid month to highest j
t fjes, you are assiduous. Well. I have needed chief. The chief would btne wedding of Mr. aud Mra. J. V Hoffmanwas The furniture ordered consists of a South, and will hereafter make Jacksonville and b.t. bidder for cash all the right, title '

news for you. But first I should be a palace" and continued a large N salary.llero,. "this_ Paul pleasantly Celebrated.last night by pool table billiard table ,a piano, a his home During his residence in and Interest of tbe iMimdiint' D. L. Alder f'
1 pleased to receive from you an. answer "Yea, West Palm Beach Mr. Hart has acquired man. In and to the following described realextate
nice given at their home on table several sod
I accidentally discovered I la the a very party library chairs a number
s poff.as In the of
Wbat do wish for located and being County
to a queetloo. you friends who his departure
meet Evernia street. The guests weieentertaintd of small Tbe order amounts many warm regret
mo.tr leader of a band of nihilists who games. Dade and State of Florida to-wlt Aa undivided
$ the Janaky hesitated. HI* servile mind there In the shops: I chanced to pass by a program ot sweet, mnsic by to about one thousand doll.'". As soon but who wish him much successIn une-hall Interact. In the South forty-

saw tar Into the future, as a rule but ,' there yesterday: and overheard a bit of the Ping Pong orchestra: and dainty as-Hhe Club rooms. are completed, which his new home. five ((45)) loot of Iota eleven ((11)) and twelve

It could not fathom the meaning of conversation.between the son and be the refreshments were fcrved. will! only be a matter of a short time The weather last Friday evening was N(12).:City) of block of Miami one hundred Florida,twenty more-two niierlPcallrdenerlhe ((1JU)
: there Is to a
; this strange Question. Wbat did It old man. It seems -" -- --- the furniture wllj' be placed In position) not very. favorably, for the lawn fete advertised
matter, to the prince what ha :wanted meeting In a few nlghta""A lathe shopsof Tou Know What You Are Taking and the rooms thrown open to the mem- by tbe young ladies o'. the Tel- seat corner of the Intersection. of lath Street.
nihilists
I of
moat unless the prince waa disposed. to meeting t" When yon take Grove's TastelessChill bers. elba Club to be given in the City Park, i and avenue DI: run North forty-five (4H) f.ot;
It? Faulpoff -...--.-- thence run East one hundred MOO) feet;
grant baa been Tonic because the formula tj but the ladies would not be outdone.
1 should like promotion your ex "Yes. Now It long suspect thence run South forty-nve (48) feet; thence ,
Of I make no claim. ed that there were many nihilists a( plainly printed on ever bottle showing ,Carried.In The refreshments, consisting of Ice- run Waste one hundred. ((100) feet to b..lut of

celleitcy.bar befriended course me. You have Perm, but the police bare not been able( that it is simply iron and quinine! in a Green Cove Springs: Florida, on cream cake,, lemonade end home made beginning being a. above stated the Mouth

made You me what .I am. I have la my to uncover. them. Let nie advise' you. tasteless form: No>> cure. No pay. 30 cts. Tuesday. September joth 1901: Miss candies, were taken to tbe Park Cottage, forty-five of feet Miami of iota according 11 and to laofblopt:plat /mite, 133 bv

Ii bumble) war' endeavored to so acquit |Seep this to yourself secret between Maehernie Brauning. of that place and where the thirsty crow soon followed. N A.., City L. Knowlton. C. Eq and recorded lu tbe i

myself that you would' not ba displeas you and me. We will' go to the forge Mr. J. Fletcher Pace, ol Miami, were The net proceeds of the evening amounted olHce. of the Clerk' of the Circuit Court In and

ed. I would not ask :yon 'for more. and arrest'these. Paulpoffs. If wa will find Private Preparatory School united in marriage. Tbe happy couple I to $3f S3 which .amount will go toward for laid' Dade County, excepting: however a

But. since you uk my. dearest wlsb. I* proof tbat they are nlblUsts, they will be 'OI/ILS AND nors. passed through West Palm Beach last the fund for tbe purchase of a plan tea (10) font alley. way for engross. and ,
go across the border and yon ran mrm" of penona and vehicle reserved on
Is promotion"i mentioned for promotion. 'Then the night enroute to Miami, at which place for tbe public school. During the the East aide of the above deeerlhiHl lots, or I
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: "It la a possibility (ha prince re opportunity will come to me to speak MISS L. E.HINDRYEvernla Street they will make their home evening the Lake Worth Band dispensed .o much thereof an will be neoeneary to N. '

plied. to tbe minister of Justice for you and .. .& excellent musie;from the bandstand In the mtuify old execution ao.1 enate.
said this. ba deliberately Monday October 6ih :
Having Reopening, Igor JOHN' UOHO'' ,
'Ac lighted"' a cigar; leavtntf the Inspector undoubtedly you' win be given' "to' ma as Seuions 8:30 to II a. m. la to 1:30:; p. in.Piano Mr. J. W. Erlckson of Miami U in I|I l Park, and after all, the evening proved Sheriff of Dade County, Florid.

v, on nattlas. jvouderLna Jf the noaslbllltr the cl>l f of the Tomsk DoUca. lesson by arrangement. town today .n business.. very enjoyable.
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ABOUT Good Health PMAb11R'! .lIcat.Nr.o. .

'INTERNATIONAL I !' E STATE FAIR : .


and par blood are 'Inseparable. It I fU.sty.tt CAST POP!' I IlAI flW L 4' '

i Tllat at the leaxon Joafa. I, :1-1 i.Memoir All the railroads ,ejUrtn\ Lake City your blood Is bad,your health must>uf-

".1'..., 8, Oolden T.t, .will run special( I e&cur.rOIralpa' on cer fer.' Poor blood allows the body to I lose I

?' .10... I, O-C..m.at.rT Prepredby UTii dill during tiff i .VaYf(? .a ,at reutly re ,boiler vitality aflews lust *the. a steam poor fire to run under down the I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42.. 'Ip,. EToct( Ara$J' ,,23,1302.tOUTHOOUMO .
n.';'. .t..ot.. '* '""" 1
I) M. ,duced rates From poor blood to impure blood i is.but I .:-NIAS SOWN.'Oft !" : ; ,:, I '. NepTHNUNS-INCAS I u"I ;
Copyright 1902, by America. Press. Auoolatlon. 'I at step, and Impure blood la mother. f. a
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; .] Friday Nov. 14th, will be "School large percents of human ills. Dr. i Me.". I Ne-t 1e. SN ... M t > o
1, 1 The Lord spate unto Joahua the Children's It is all Harter a Iron Tonlo is ad antidote for E>_ (MAIM LIMII, hu 1.
Day. hopes school y MWy
(, pat jpailrJ y
on of Nun, Moses minister.TOils both poor and impure blood tor It in I _
i ; will close oo tUht day Schools inchurge both a builder and food .
!Is to the heart of purifier a a"r
me these two ,.
..j verses and o(the whole lesson and of of teachers 'will ,I fbe !admitted lit and a medfclne.{ It ia the best combination I ;ANUFACTUK.ERSDpprs Ok' .....-...... 10 I Sa' (Z>v:.. ...............fkiaea.Jae .111.IU.'I..j." *..' ..........
.I Lord merely nominal! rates pcm't' forget; the, of the kind known' to medical .... t. ..;....*..Tf.8 b..Au ueH e........L..,.. E t.n. r.........
tho '
whole Bible-tho bath /spo science, and Its for half Sa :h. 21 ., Ha "u( f :
ken. gold medal\ 'contents for jprldii bQj; success nearly : :::::: p : :: ?:::::::::::.jail j. &.j. ::::: ::::::::: : I.: I.. a :.:::::::
Not the words has led to its endorsement
thrilling lea a
I In century by Blinds ..... .. ......... .. ..... .. : .. .
MouldingbBuilding t ..... ftfttfMBUHlttttUB! ..,. ...... .tt. .. .r
and ) .
1.2, "Hoar, O,heavens, and give ear 0 glr'n, to he decided' ft on that. day. thousands of medical men who .havebea : ;.....,..II'; .. ......... '.... ,.,...........). .. .0& ....J....
,, l' unable to find asub_' titute.Dr. -AND- ... .. \ : I.. "M.......p."pu"J. .. ... .... .. ........
earth for the Lord, hath epoken, and : : 'I' :;.:Ti : ... : ,, nl 1 IU.
6 compare Deut xxxll, 1; r.... 1 L 1; {leb. A large herd of cattle fr. tu Tennei Material ::::::1:: f. .. :::':::::::'::::.: :<< tour.::::."":":,:::: ,t. a.a : ::7.:. :t
lg .. .... ,. .!... ...'bortoranmi! ....!.... ...
1, 1, 2. In Isa. Uvl. S, we learn that see has been entered, and the her t I 1 N ...."... ....... $ rfrraoOklM R.e. ..... ..'. '1 iii t
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the man wboiu tho Lord regards with dairy animals in the; South"will 'be exhiblted. I .. CH'ARlE S TON, S, C. s.va > ....*. : II e................... .. !.. \l..u..\.:...*.... to J. pN.p i, :,
H.aiter'sI.Iron ...... ....... :......... t\I.yl B1'' :
favor la the man with a poor and con You will see'a modern deity HOT Largest$ Factory south ,11Rf11.... ... .. ..,. P It ....... ...........s :"..'T...r..t....,.".'..''.' : nf'lIf' ..
trite trembles ;:;;.... ....: p" .. .... ...... ... .. "oegkSan"............... f i: :: .. .:/ 1'r
spirit, who at Ills word, I In actual operation, and have a chance Si-n" fo-, Pair.4G1CY. ,....... .....:.. I' Of ............... (, e. ............... : 1 ....... ....i.u
Dot those who with the boldness of the to b 'less th .......... ...... /} P .. .. .......... ... M.ftw ur .............. 'IC.. 1 E........ ....H'.
devil and eat < tier I' an hou a er t e ._ ........ .......I ......... ...f tb \ .... U. ....:.. L.,
dispute criticise and mini Tonicwill -- --- -- ---- .
milk com. s f um lu cow. i .. ... ....... .IiP ... .....N... ''L ; ., l ........ ....rl u.
mise Ills word. Reiterating the nssur- .:w: ..... 9 .p ." ...:r:. ....... ..1.lsr.\: : .:.. II ..... .... .... '
once that He had given the land ''to no .....::. .....:.t. t p ....... ..... ...: ... ::. 10.sa a J.::. ........
... I.... ....... ..1............... ,\ .... 10.' a ...:. .... ,
Israel lIe bids Joshua as their leaderto The raced will he among the hot ever tasnre inlnat the .....: .:...... ii P'Y ,.,.............:. .. .......*.*."..., K If ..spit: .......,.
arise and cross over Jordan. God seen In the South from (Impart you blood. Sorof ule many evils resulting blotches, CONTINENTALPLANT ........ ......... I p" ...........1eqintea.r.........,... ...,,, ......... +
Rrcard-bre.1alng| ptanplea. .. ..... ..
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:It 1 Is their leader Joshua Ills servant. horse from the best. stables in the couo female kidney dlaorderarheumanam........_ anemia, ebioro.is,dyapepela i ...f.:.. ......., P p .. ......... .......Hone. /{floiaad.\. ..t, .. ...:.. .. I .'....... ... .i.u,
; eto are a ........ ..... ..1 3'11" ....... ..... :..........:.. .. .. ...... .... '
Y'' a. 4. Every place that the sole of your try will conic from the Inter State ar< few of tbemr but" creaent evil the great ....... ..... .. 11.11 .......;... ......IoW.O.7uB.ruh..... .., ..... ;" I. II. .... ..: ,:....-. .
/1,1, foot ihall tread upon that have I given Ce. danper" Is which the general weakening of the whole COMPANYOf ........ ........ P II ..............' ..'..,...0.............. .... "' ,, I. ._.rr... '.......a..
State Fairs direct Florida .J'8t8m. affords ''
unto :you, as I said unto Moan rxia to NsesaL an opening for every ... ..:. ....;. .. ,.f ." ... .". ..Jr.. Qd..s&l........: ...... .. :...,.,. ........
Awl lIe defines the Remember that the World's record on -'II i ........ ...... .. p .. .:...:;:' ....Kssicfw.. .".:....:....: 1fa. ,... ......
again boundaryas ; The following Is only one ot the thousands or '. .. -.... ..... .. ao.1I Ar .:. ,..., .,?.......?. Xiamtr.. ,.......... ..!.,,I.'.. a /& a'."...l. .. ...v
In Gon. .zv, 18. The purposes of half-mile track wan broken at our Fair fteatlmonlals We have reoelvad: 1 I

God are like Himself, eternal. His last year.; __._ __ Detroit, Mloh.. JanJO. 101. 1. Kittrell N. C.THWIIEIIKT svrnT rAAto. OABB. elf, Tttiiwi' K' *D'reBRANCH .
"I eommeaoad naln Dr. a._'. mm Tonic
counsel stands and He docs all Ills '
LIIWBO BOHBDCTZ.IBS.i..id'
when proatrata from a_ attack rheumturn. .
pleasure (EpU. Ill, 11; I's. zztlll 11; The Colored people are very euthui l. .After' ", three ere tMMlm all traces of*- ,
,i Un. xlvI, 10)). He who from all eternity antic over the Colored Department, ftui thladlaeaee ware aompletelyeaaaioated frtenmy i isyatem : Pf.A-MTH .Ko(8: \I..e 'Me.,4tT. Y'y Me. Al Ns. 01 Ne.
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saw Just what He would do Mid which separate provisions i and special! As a,bI'< WiHjiBrW.raneral limJtk BRarMr-s wee reittored.Ironreals I'I U.kbaee. Tsra/. and -r: Wr.b. .pitjc a/ft//, D.E1i. Bally" ..lJ9Op., ,P"" PiUi, 1s. ketiv P,4i,.

n Ui'.u He would do It desires men and haa no equal avarneft njatmlt veotfrnmaad p ,41 *. t a IB* .r a ibti A'r n a y.
premiums will be made. The oard. of 1' to all persons auBorlni from lauu..tto..1. I I C.t ItN ATP t vlv'1'tNlts f 1 Ar{. f.Ta K. e 00 akS ': d l.
who will let Him work
women in them latleue. rheumatism, and the'
Managers of this bepiirtmcnt consists I A Specialty.
both to will and t. -'do, having no eondltlona of the siaMra. produced by Impoveriahed 'He. B w /1
of Prof N. B Young Tallahassee Rev Mood." Margarita P. VeaiaU. I '' fiatlr.I'10 MAM MATEO BaVaJVOB.S ; :1
; and D.l1y
plans, ambitions or alms but just to Me. !"M Second Ave.IIe0Ogrrsat.sttatakonts.U WK bundle Bonci lowering Plants for Aa 7r. r
it be good clay In the loving and all wise J. t.. Moore, St. Augustine; M. M. O. L. I'aher" Olen SI, Mary I la. ,.
potter's hands, believing Ills every; v.w..y. Pensacoln, ; 'B.: J. 'Jones, Lake ( !' ; SIISIlrgruir'! J ) A share tit your patronage aohultitd.MAIL 1 'I IDa. Afc : : : JM N.tw. 1

''l word or. In the language of this pas. City; J D McDuffy, Ocala; Prof. W. J. ;; "Every'r': Iron bottle Tonlo or Dr.has Bar our ORDKK3\ PROMPTLY FILLED y I, unitWOnly". IB BIAYPOIITsrI.BrMIU', to. 'kC

mine taking possession of all that He Jarvis, Jacksonville; S.: F. Hadley Luke > ''CrM eU''trade-mark_ Addrera FRANK tOf, uo t y .

says Is yours. Cityand Rev. D A. Perrln r the label Don't aooept i-ii-tf 1'. O. IMO Weat Palm Bj oh P'a: ''''* ''" "" i.Only.
1 Tampa. lulst on Dr. Harter's I I I t 44 *J ,... ....:.So. JnokjonTlUa.. ..;. ry
t; a. A. I was with Monet so I will be with -- ... Mad ntlf
a' thee 1 will not fall thee nor forsake th.... tj COMPANY I I asdnI1101a. "' .,. ...AN.nltoNeyport.. a.

+,' .ridthiifi___ _hn1__ "_,_sun. __ _na__ _Mniina'____u mlnlfitpi_._._0_' To the Boy and QlrU.w DAYTON.MEDICINE OHIO 4 I I __ __. ____ L< ..... ... ..1??Lv N.. rTIe. S
some of the Lord's dealings with him The Florida State Fair ASIlOCI..llol1 MakM>alM.>o'ai-one; a.....s,_ II xe. r. NI. 1 V- V.tANwOBHDBAIfa -
a ,sad a IIM> ...U amra Dl. aw. u_ srHUUL'S' "? *. Bar OR.worCIT7BJ I Z0G'f'i

grnclous and he would o88uranco'coverld doubtless ;feet all that bo could this went wishes of to our interest great State.you the develop .:..:... pal uu BTUBrefsford >aa. ;, JjAiuJjuijKtrrnliuiemoved y, In sun. A k f fT1a

possibly need or desire. Unto all Is- liy". gage .. .
; The KMr to be held In Lake City, on e P p q,. rt
j
l'Uel I and to Joshua Moses had t.1.t1osf4lrrerand general ,. r.
given
: v r.bang.N1: : ohee
November it, 12, 13 and 14. Igor will Bros .r. tl le 7 r
very similar words of/encouragetnent raying done at reasonable
show how much have in
( (Dent. xxxl. 0-8)), but now God himself we which to rates. Tkeae Clm*TaMaa st wlp UasM wkloa Iralaa may r
spenks to Ills servant Joshua a* take honest pride. We 'wish to make from the aveul ta3oa u. lf | Kilt a/Mval er dapartore l the.e's to ;lrror
Real Estate itMi rel
Yon feel and Insurance Two-Seated CarriageOr nor does Compaaykold onuble for any d.Uy er
lIe had previously; spoken to him by a personal interest in the' Fair, ,

I ie Biases\ and the words are the same as We have, therefore offered the following PALM BEACH, FLA. Single BuggyFor o
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Jv we shall see In tbese following verses. special prizes to be competed! for by Peninsular and Oecldental steamship Cunnectlont atKXAMA Ilis ., '

Some say "Ob if I could only hear pupils in the public schools. of the State Notary Public. Cottages to Rent hire by hour or day. BBrr w l1OYf ICY irwn ADtP 84 p4.2RAr v's09lIIOQ1

God speak to mo!" not believing that Friday] Nov. I4th, in Lake City. YOU Poatofflco Leave orders at Manilla House.-
f lu Ills word He la as truly speaking can learn'full particulars of County 8-1-IB01 Pnlnclana Balldina.North Hotxl. of tw.t'r ,. xolMlOpwtp. b,

to them as If they; beard an audible School S Superintendent your ; fn. to ......... .81 L.c .
who will| be
voice tram heaven.
kept informed. The c :._ viyeeespyef
91 6, 7. Only be thou strong and very courase. officially contests r . .
... will be under the
general supervision of fir. __*SA(S&.
See Mils command repeated in each Miss Clem Hampton, who Iii Superintendent ;
!onthenn 3. n. RABl R. Ant. 61e*. Pass. Lpla O AUg1 I
] PeopleWho .,Jfi.A.
H ) of tlawe verges, with the assurance of the Educational! pepartmrnt

that what Ood had sworn to do He of the Fair. l;

would accomplish through Joshua. So Gold Medals are offered as follows : are thinking of.building a winter' home''
u, there was nothing for Joshua to do but .
11 to believe and go obediently; forward I. old.Best Declamation by Boy under 13years ; West Palm Beach should WUITE to

lie bad no strength but God who sent
him had all strength and Joshua bad 3, Best Declamation by Boy between. : J. M.M.BReeK J

learned or was learning to' say, "In ta and 16 years old
j.' the Lord have I righteousness and 3. Best Recitation by Glsl under 12 Architect and Builder

1, strength" and that it was his privilege years old. for Plans and Specification 'Contracts; for any size building, J

to "be strong In the Lord and In 4. Best Recitation by Girl between : whether hotel or private house, given personal care and' super :

the, power of Ills might" (Isa. zlv 24; 12 and 16 years old. vision. Address, West Palm Beach, Florida. .
I2ph. ti. 10)). There Is much comfort .
5. Best Story by Boy or Girl under 16
In the assurance of Ts. zxlx 11, "The
Lord will years old, subject to be announced at ,
give strength unto His people
the Lord will bless Ills people time af-conte.t', but to be confined to -

_..I'..".. A'noft.._.n Florida scenes and characters. ?k s1'llSl'ibf.. } ,:ultfSY. ':.3of A;? -_ if Or'F
-.r" .0 --
8. Thla book of the law shall not departout 6. Best Essay by Boy or Girl under cyJiy .
+ of thy mouth but thou Shalt meditate t6 years old, subject to be announced at I. TO ALL INTERESTEDPoninsular
I thernln day and night
time of contest but to be confined to C'
The first two psalms which form a
preface to the whole book of Psalms, something actually seen at the Slat t. rci

t'' or, rather; to the five books of Psalms, Fair or to some influence of the Fair.. '

!' begin with "Ble aed is the man" and II. E. bTOCKBRIDCB, Electric C Consirucflon

end with Blessed are all they tbat Secretary State Fair Association. r ,

y put their trust In Him." The life of Lake City, Fla. Sept. 16, 1902.

the godly man as set firth In the First .e i COMPANY, -.
Psalm was fully; manifest In the man

cf Nazareth the Lord Jesus Christ, Mr. Henry M. Flagler. IS NuW open to the patronage' of the :public of West "

and was never fully manifest In any Mr. II. M. Flagler, who as every. Palm Beach and vicinity.

ether. Yet every; redeemed person body knows is connected with, the Slant ,

t should manifest that same life as fully and Oil Company and also owner of the Electric Construction All Kinds.

as possible. The life of Jesus should Florida :!;attt Coast Railway Company I. Aano.ei tor.., Call Hells, Burglar and Wire Alarm 8Ktrin a 8pe ta>lty. Tri-Weekly Sailings. Between: <, t
be seen In us (II Cor. Iv, 10 11). This I
i'-' a native of central New YorV. >At an ALL WORK OU-'UANTICIV.!: >
cnn only be as we let Ills word dwell JACKSONVILLE t NEW YORK
In us richly and meditate on It continually early age he accepted a position with Olllces In Jefferson Blook, 10-18-tf.
and are able to say; "Oh. bow loveI the Erie Canal Company; and afterwardstried Calling at Cbarleaton ..c., both ..,.. ,.

Thy law It Is 'my; meditation all the working in a store in Orleans P. O. 39.. -.- West Palm Beach, Fla. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN' THE COASTWISE SERVICE '-n

day" (Ps. cxlx 07))). lie has said that county, N. Y_ While at the latter place --

if we love Him we wiy keep flit word he savrd money enough to start him in kocS Da8eaec8&3( c& JcOo( THE, CLYDE. NJ5)V) ENGLAND( AND NOUTJIEIN LINER" '!

(John xlv 23)), and the only place to. the manufacture of salt at SaginawMich. ; plrec 6erylps' B"t''FL'!' "
keep It is in our hearts. h..y
Ill father-in-law who was a JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND

') ; strong 9. Have; and not of I a Rood commanded courave.then Be not Be well-knowa lumberman !in Michigan BOND &, BOND COMPANY AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.PROVIDENCB, ,, ;

afraid neither be thou dismayed for the established Mr. Flagler and Mr. JohnD. Calling at Charleston both

iV j. Lord thou g-oeat.thy God U with thee whithersoever- Rockefeller in the oil business., and (INCORPORATED:) i 1 .:. IIEMI.WII: KLY 8AILiJl ways ft. Jv, ,

they created the firm now known as (the : ..
r. ;: The assurance tbat God sends as MANUFACTURERS OF SoatlibrtqndNorthbound .. Jftqm Lei "
Wharf
and that He is with us covers every Standard Oil Company. But in early Boston! : y?
N' life it had been Mr. Flagler's dream From! foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
thing. It is the greatest that mortalscaiMhave. to ,

It was ,Ood's encouragement be a hotel man, and as be made money I LUMBER LATH AND SHINGLES f ..

to Moses\ and now to Joshua, and this ambition broadened. lIe )looked CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

z' Inter to Gideon and to Jeremiah (Ex. about him anrl'decided* that Florida Between

h ill, 10 12; J dg. vi. 14 10; Jer. 1, T. 8)). should be the scene of his'future labor. : Flooring Siding and Ceiling, OBrink Lime and Cement. Jacksonville and Sanford.

It was also the .great encouragement He recognized the' 'advantages of the Stepping at Palette Astor, St. Francis, Beresfprd/ (DaLaod) Blaa Springs
;
of Jesus Himself when here in Hishumiliation climate, and also the fact that it could IN STOCK -. /Intermediate Landings on,tb...+ St. Jolw} BrrSteamer' | ei4a
;+ '.. !! (John will SO), and before ; .
not fail to attract winter ,1.ltar8. for I "
returned OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1-1902 :
He to heaven He assured His > I.OT7ISE ;
:
his own health had much { ... .. ... ,
aiDrover AV.J.1 ..
followers that bad >
He all power in r. a.a v. n 1' y "' ... .11". .,;. H, nROVK
4 heaven and en earth and that He while visiting the state. His first. Teti.tare IS APPOINTED.

1' : would be with them all the ty tys Matt In the hotel business comprisedThe Between Poincetta St and Lake; Worth. Lv. Foot Catherine St.. Jacksonville BAIL AI FOLLOWS ,.i

+ xxvlll. 18-20)). If we believe Ills words. Ponce de Leon and The Alcazar at Tuesday and Saturdays at 5 p.m. +

we shall neither be afraid noV dismayed ; St. Augustine Fla., and .soon 'after he Leave SapforJ, Mondays, and TboraJ! .va at 5 p.m., ;'

'' 10 nor U..discouraged.Within three days shall purchased The Cordova, in the same General Passenger! and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.. .
** ye passover city. Pushing southward;" lie'aeelire4 Jacksonville
% this Jordan to go In to possess the BURTON E. ODE CO. ,
I*"' land which the Lord your God clveth :you The Ormond, at drmond, and!! buill I,' A, c, IIA'I:It?Y, TMut'e &'.... Art. rS(. IIIONHUNUEII Jr-
} to It. III""" '" "&.; New yuck. A.Gen'I Pau AI'
ijoaaeM hotels at Palm Beach and at Miami. TIIaaD.1tatxYl.oealyrt.A.l.. sot was J1.'lIi.' ..)"ackaoovtn a. 1'1'. _
'
C. P. .
'i Thus Joshua commanded the officers Not satisfied with these achievements root llngan 8t, JaflknnnvHIe. LOVELl.. A. tlllpl. '
1'00&
of the people, for be believed God. i Gravel JOHN U HOWARD. auperl.lenlenf. HOlao as" Jaoltsonvllle.
be crossed Roofing Concrete ,
the
water to Nassau where Asphalt Paving
ii The land was. theirs as a free gift from : TARO *n. EaER M'OO&. JJogaa" fi(',JnuKanri'Tintj/ "
he added The Victoria and The Colonial { W H. P. OLYDE OO._
Cod hit.they; had to enter Into It and to his list of hotels His.' latest ea. Ch General_boro.gb"ana'1 building;eO' IB state 8tNet., eppo.lt. PaVk.M.Wo'rl' .... ..
appropriate It. Jordan was before Tills Company, after doing considerable work for Battery .
j ( them -tp' be crossed, and the walled tire bowerer, is the new sod elegant .
9 McDonald
McGuire
Mr. H"' (gent for Joseph Jefferson
d cities Ind the giants were still there hotel at Atlantic Beach, near Jackson.Ilia let ) -

R but tneiw are no difficulties to Ood .01' lIe tires In his wonderful winter Mayor Wbllldlo, Dr. Muoyon, W. P. Hatohett, Anthony

To those who, like Joshua and Caleb palace of Whitehall, at Palm Beach. It Brothers and other*, will go away for the present but wilt be, THE TRAVELERS

see God III only. In onr own case as believers la said that he has made an investmentof hack to complete contracts fcV work hero and :Miami In ,
Jesus Christ, redeemed by; not less than f2o000,00b In Florida.
His blood 'It Is our privilege to appropriate lie is a man of considerable personal AUGUST. Any one desiring work of this kind would dq wetlto NEW ANAQEMENT: : ,-:--

Ills promise. and by; faith in magnetism yet' unobtrusive and his write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville. MRS. .N. F. GARCIA.: PropV Jacksonville Fja.
Him live lives .
ofevlctory; over self and voice Is low, mnsical and distinct. The or Tampa. Our prices are reasonable, and all our work isguaranteed. .
s'S sin to His glory. the ,,
; May; encourag111g world admire him who tingle-handed, I '
words of our lesson come home to carved on the rock of 'fame the word. Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Bath., Complete Ber io _

each--of us In the power of the Spirit. ".ucce..."Boston Home Journal. *s. :East coast Work Solicited The Best $2.00 per day Hotel In Florida.





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- SOM..BGREAT "F F.' ";, JEGM4; ;PVEIENTSf.. : ,, loiice of Elediofi.WHBSSAS PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Stop Paying: R nt I
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-- Notice ojjlectioD. The LOKlaiatUBa of IJIOl unlnr Par Honth: ,, with 'only 3 per CEU: t. .
< the Constitution of 18S/* of; tbe fftate ol O. 0. ODILLINOWOBTH, OKO. a.CUttUue' '
Varmint* Were Evidently Florida did paaa two Jitflit Itoft'>!utlani CIIILf.INGWOUTIJ& CLJItIliJl $ t-: 0_ 'btterC'st p ey B.anuin, :Will buy a

t Co thu HhorlB ol Dade C'oiint.v: Ktnta o. proponing. aui..ndui(nta t4he\ Constitution '
in Some Taxidermist's Loan F
Seen Home
Florida : of the State! of Florida., and the ....me wars ATTORNEYS'ANO COUNSELLORS, $1,000 or ,
Shop. B.I 1 It known tbut I, U. CLAY (ORAWFORDliwratary .
agreed to by a vote of three-flrths of All thmemburs < MXD'W AND ORIGINAL PLAN
""" ol "Htuto" ot the State of Florida elected to ttacli. Houae.; that the West Paint Beach.. '. ),'Ia.

s .do liaraby. give notion that. vote! aa aald Joint Iliiaolutlons. were entered. la.si The $tan, nz d .Guaranty. and, Frust? ] Co. ,,

Ode of the most! idlcnlous and, mendacious GENERALELECTION: : Uilo their "lIectlvI'Jouruul"' with the Jlell' Capltnj.f Stock, $100OOU.OO ; Be...rve and Coupon: Fund fln.oo": ) () .
tales CQdcernlllgJleged. Fldrfdn and nuya thereon and they did determine HIV n1tAN N'o., '

recently In the New nil be. held In Hade County, State ol Florl. and direct that the' sold Joint Ileaolulloim be ', WM. F. ARMSTRONG, Jr.- Hibiecua Hotel, Palm Weach, .
reptiles appeared da. next the Ural auhniltted to tbe flf the State at the
on Tumday aucceodlnK > \lnctora hi'I ,
Attorney and Counaetlor-at-Larr all about It. Write '
of Agent for Dade and Brevard Counties will tell you
York Herald reference to ,the:, trip Monday In November A. D. 1003: tbeild General Election Iu November, 19O8: I ,

Mr,. Drexel Biddle 'Hast winter during Tuesday' being the Now. therefore I. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary I (Office over Bank'',) --

which': time aba i sncnred some snap shots Foith ayof November hereby ot give State notice of that the Btattt a ot Florida, do I I 2-16 1901: WEST PALM BEACH, FLA .TYfY Y YYYYY TT.T.TYYY YYYtTYYYr Y.

()t snnkes" wUd cats alligators, etc. The For.oua nuprenputalive ol the Second Con-

imagination of the scribbler who wrote ..r..looaIDh.tl.lc ol Florida. the Fitly General Electionwill W.. METCALF' I Dade County State Bank j ,

',the story' was allowed full 'vent, and one eighth Congress/ o( the United atatea. be bold lu each county In Florida' on

,:would think; by reading it that Florida: For Secretary ol Stole!\ of the. State ol Flor. Tuwnlajr next succeeding the first Monday ATTOKN r-AT.L4W. West Palm.- Beach, Florida : : .

fairly swarming1 with venomous serpents (:IdaFOil November. A. U.. IDOtt: the auld Tuf.clay NOTARY PUBLIC.
was Comptroller ol the State of Florida. being the .
'and other: reptile. For instance, For one Juatlca ol the supreme Court ol th Cauls Wilt PrUO*'lit Oounty Btat4 and Joa"erat

bit of Mrs.Prexet4ld1e's State ol Florida. Fourth Day of, November, :
blood curdling
rend this ,
,
\ alleged experience. For two JRallroad Coiurolaaloners thf For the ratification rejection of the said LAND CASES: A SPECIALTY.Office : Authorized Capital, $100,000

State ol Florida. Joint Itvanlntlone prop.wlnft amendment' to In TBOPIOAI SUN Block
;' 'Speaking of tbe everglades, It says: For' one Mtmiber of the Houae of Hnpr nnp.tatlvni tba Conatltntlon ol the State of Florida vi.; W..t Palm Beach. Dad County IlorlilaJT .. Paid Up Capital, $16,000

F ButjbotU, land and water are Infested< of tbttHtatepI. Florida. ARTICLE XIX. .

,' with reptiles of the moat venomous For/ Tan Aaaeaaiir.'or 11. 8AUNOEHS. Jr., I
That the following amenrtmnnta t4 t ''theCnnntltutlon DIRECTORSiK. ,
1'a. Collector. OFFICERS :
of the tattle.tb
is the home
k br eds. It For County Treasurer. 'of the State of Florida "be and ATTORNEY AT LAW. R. N. Dlmlck President N Dlmlck Ceo. W. I lnbart ; 4

.' '\ ake'j .er";,copperhead, : andtl; .e moc.cuain. For Cniuity' Surveyor.'or the aam. are, hereby aurred. to, and shall be 'I. rteo. W. Potter. Vice.President R B. Potter R. M. Brclafoi. S
*" Corner Olive and Datura Streets, Oeo 1.. liraniilnir CaahlrrW. Oeov. W. Potter W.H. H];>lt crUeo
( Flv4<*onuty ComnilHalonnra.. aubmitted to the eleclora of the "State at the H 8plUerA..Hl Unl.Cnnhlcr I,. Branntng : .

jFS "Mr. and )I.... Drexel fiddle saw For Puhllo three iDHtrilutlou Mem bora ot tbe County Board ol, UeneraJ rejection Election;: Iu lilOil. : for ratification, or la.6i: WK8T PALM BEACH, YT.ORIDAAL P.to. ," .,, OPEN FROM 9 A. M, TO 2 P. M. .
hundreds. Tbe
the
4I these snakes .by "tl'pp' .JUIU"'ot the fence In and for the following Section i, of Article V of tha Conatltntlonla aL1. A general bnnkluqr buittie. tt-nnnected. Collection promptly remitted' on 'ny I
: !ttrgest: >-they, could .not ,tcU IiDI ,whatspecies Juatlce District vi., t tMnniberrTTnumbor hereby-amended ao aa to reud na follawa ., J. LEWIs- '( of receipt. Drafts bought and sold oti the principal cities In United tile Bta.en..
,. it belonged-was as thick as a Tim Supreme Court shall Consist of (,hreeIimtliiea
; 0, number 7, "" 8.numbe..lI. Af70nNEY.AT.LAW SAFETY :BOcES ;F'OR RENT: -
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,except an hereinafter provided who
man's leg' It was lying in the exposed number 11. nufeher" 111.
Taking it for a fish Mr.. DrexI : For C'onatttbla In and lor the following, JuatlceDlBtrlcta nlmll be elected, by the, qualified elector of I mad NOTARY PUBLIC. .'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAContractor. . . . . . .
i light. via: the I Ht.Ble at the .time and plncca of viitng/ | .Ag.etel the U. S. Fidelity *. Guaranty Co.;el
[ I DIddle struck at It with an oar, When lor uiKinbera. nf the .Baltlmora, Md. -
\ el Number 1, Dumber 2. number 3, number 8.Domber' Lrglalattre| ansi\ ahall .
.4 l\t\ hold. thelr olllce(01 the' jurm 01 alx: except Office at'Cornor 'Clemutla Avenue and Narclaaua
& glided away. 8: number 0, number 11, number yearq. Street over ""It..ObDl.II.tO.... _...IjO.!
; thuMp flrat elucted" one of wham, to be Beach..
.. 12: number 18. WtsIlm. G. W.S.BELL
And. again) dreItittiI by lot In such mpnnor, aa 'they _. .
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"' For instance: looking directly upon The attention of the Sheriffs |II called to the Piny determine.. aiull| hold bill olllce for two '

tbeaer from the boat there'were' not I;iw' requiring them to cause a notlue! of tbs year'1 another, to btI d..MllI'na..lln; like.0.\ 1 AMISS .K.; :ANDREWS "
: aldtlwitlnn. to he imbllBhod In a newspaper '
tier, for (four yearnnml the third lot ala BuilderWEST
leaning
snake to be seen, but ana
No taany l there be
I pr.dInleCosinty| \ | a paper yearn.., au that one shall lie elected every two ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
: : ei1'the gun wale'of their craft and (ahorlKdmtally :/:. In tbe County II there ho no paper*'publlahedn yenra. after the Drat election.Tha NOTARY PUBLIC I

.".\\\g" across the surface cf the County, they almllpauae" at lauat fl 'eoplea Chief.luatluv, chalk be designated by lot PALM BEACH FLORIDA
"2 them of thla notice to be poater\ the moat idiull Proopcutlno Attorney,of Brevard Co. ,
c, > water she saw' hundreds of fay anld' JiiMtlWH and' be auch dnrlns
v tr heads .llckhl1t4utJait fsn enough )'i\blf) plaiwa In the County have hpronntoI bla' term of oIU,,. Tim. first election' fur mem. rNT, PIBBCS AND. T1TUSVlr.r.lt. PLk. The erection and repairing; of Buildings of all descriptions given; personal
In teatlmony whereof I
: bora of the Lettlalatnre alter' thq rallncatlonol licJyrG attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED
v ealj! e,., JThejr gather\ ne"f the abort I:,....,1 my Dan4 and! !affUed' tile QrvatSeal this fonatltiitloii, anil their term uf \amceahull ON APPLICATION. All wlrkwell, and promptly

r '!tr.: Vhej branches and ,In,al deof the -at,tbe 'sta't.e, .01' Florida, atTallaltM ueHln ou the' first Tueaduy after the .EO. M 110U1UNS done. References given if desired.< I
..... the CitpltHl', thiS the ,
.I.t *' flrat Monday, In January after their ,,,1''''' loo.
3!?* first day of September \. D. 1003: Completely Equipped for First-Class PlumbingResidence
Upon ratificatIon nf this amendment to
",\ A. matter of fact "oae county in :n. CPAY PIIAV 'O IHI. Attorney and Coun.81o.at.LawWIIl"raotloelu 1'
theUonatltutlon! \ ,the Governor by and with ou Evetnia Street. near Lake Front.. P. O. Box 361.J.
t /enoBylvanla( contains: more 'rattle. Sucrotary of State. the Consent ot the, Henate, shah appoint threeIflhre '.R-tr
State and Federal Courts, -
pv. /nakes then all the snakes of any varieitl"tbat'tatf'ba John --
To t"rohouk.berlffDadeC..unty.. Juatluea oll the Supreme Courtand each -
found la this'""Slat' of whom, shall nave the .ai..e. Vuw'era and TITUSVILLE FLA.

While it is true that\ there are snake* lu shall receive the annie roniHinantlnn aa each t-"yr _ _ .AM BSH0LLEY, .11
tha : )DKED NOTICE. 01 the otherJUHtlrea of the Supreme. Court, .. .
Jbe' rethemt1an ,
$
tr.loridl\t-Jt,., If..l80tJU l1"f't MEDICAL AND SURGICAL f -
each" ol the Juatlwa ao appointed shoUt bold
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...
.in any.Southern 4
,;or. Notice hereby Riven that T. Itcuao.'pur.\ otlloe until the Drat Tuesday after the UnitMondny ----- _, BUILDER .e.-

S??.' 'There; are hundreds, of reputable haaer of Tax CurtlfloaU. aa numbered and or June In the your man and mayfurther 1 !>.' KATON M. D. .- FLAMS AND SPECIFICATIONS: FURNISHED ON APPLICATION .

itizens who ban.lI.ed here for a scare dated below has filed aad| rertlflchtre In my ,eold pllIcA until his uucvaMor' ahull be LA. FLORIDA
b( years wbtf:'are ,ready to :testIfy that .dice, and made application for tax doed to elected and"uunllllud.. If It shall be soirvi.bd HOMCEOPATHIST.WE WEST l-8-tf PALM BEACH, -
-law. For the 10OO and
never saw- a rattlesnake or mocin aaue In accordance with law. by year .;' T PALM BEACH. FLORIDA, _
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Bald "certlfluatee. ..embrace the fLIowiu5deicribed for the aubapquent years tha Legislature/ RealdeiiPtt. opposite Metuudlat'' Churt'h. OIBceClenmtlH
; alive,'except; Jn captivity. properties, situate In Dude Coun may provide by law for the pluctlon ot >uchniiiubor Avenue, O"'lt to Maaonlc 1'"mpl& ,

Such wild tales are calcul ted-U> keep tT, Florida, to-wltl <>f Jnatlcea, of thu. Supreme Court aa Office. hot,** StQU &."!-, 8 to 4 and T to 8 p.m.I' LI3ADO'PRESCRIPTIONS I .
It may', deto''lIIlue. and prescribe their terma, fcluuiluy ii: to 4 p.m. WH
tj
Kmid people away from Florida. The No.' 810 July U: 10OO. assessed to H. P. ,;,
:
the Florida Iarsoo for Lot 3, Sue 8, Twp. 41, S. H. of olltca not to exceed air jeers: }>rdedb| SpDcliil. Attention Given tn Dlaeaaea, 'of Rustle
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rti la.ata0! enumerates\ song That the numlwr of Justices Women and Children. .
o
4.11. E., 40 acme.Nov ( ttf\ 'ulrenieCourt \ | ,
coliectiom of venomous snakes the 820 July :3, 1BOO aaaeeaed to H. P.L..on. holding otc|) at till panic time ahall i i ''i M i i'iu' !

copperhead. The copperhead Is unknown for a, 4. 7 and 8. loss trm-timrild' nut\ be: li-'tia.: til'4ai II; 'thpau, .and' ahull-no* be, H.I v. HOOD, M. Dj '' the MoneyDr.

iu this..section of the country, .8ec.8Twp..1S. Rr ill E.iU.64 acres, greater. than alx and provided thai no I
Jobnandl..r Juntlcit of tha. Hiiuretne, Court can by such flHY8/C4NAND, SURGEON MILLER, the Dentl.t.l ,
No. IIIJI1. July S, tJMJd\ awieaaed to ,
aa$\ 4 ft J? safe! ip say $Jbaf .bcrepe! moreijeraqn of tbu. > deprived, of blaollloa Why ?
j&* lor X, W.'Mof 'N, &. H !'\pO. :30, an act Lvglalnture H OOloa. over Strohm'e store WEST J'AtMBKACII. I is l making an extraordinary offer .
btt"'nby copperhead, *lon! durIng the term for which he iwaa
F .
,Twp.41. 8. n 4d E. 4O aoree Kealdence near Royal Pojnt
I Because-It Is THE Important:
.' New Jersey and the lower couLrIeiew "ofI No. 840.' July ll l. 1000 assessed to Ellau. alerted g to all people with bad teeth. S
$ York than by all h .snakes In.Florida. beth ... Moore. 'torN' E. ofN. K.fle fiebH. Suction 4 ot Article V ot the Constitution I clana HoteUJCALM" BEACH.!: ,&. l -rH I ''partof limeu receives our bunineas,, and curefnLatteuton. at all. I
I I ... 'la hereby,amended ao aa to rend. aa followat, our most SEE HIM
There Is more danger of .be- off Boat aide, 8. U. TwI'| 48, H. B. 4a '* S
E.* 8fi acrea..No The majority of the Justices of the Supreme ,If.. IfOTTEH.! : D., BEFORE
ing bitten by one of these. serpents write '. 85T. Julya. ttlOO aawiaaed to- Lena Court ehall cniiHtltute a quorum toi*. the .w .Dec.u5e-We fill so many of HAVING

:- walking:, along! ;:the4, palisades on the onion estate for Lot 8. B. K. Block :37. transaction 'of all bualneaa.. But when there f.1oA, "them that our stock Is always frenh: I YOURWORK
ahall bot six J uatlcea n(the"SiipreuieCourt. the 8-38-\ 8 W J.ST: PALM BEACH. .
Hudson tbaaj th ere \\ould be, 'Jn .taking town of Wat 'simiM'ab.. flea.. 81-23, Twp. and pure besid.es being couiprebeusive
,....... and DONE.;
stroll the everglades. "8'a.K. 48 E C a though 2. 1900. aaaeaaed to Eva exercise. any of its powera when sitting PLATTS M. D. I
also tells a thrilling \ No 830 July under 0.I' ,. B."lIuae-Our system of eon Room 33: Jefferson! Block
;, fflftt\ correspondent rrlngton for Lot S. W. K. Block 3T, town either In a body or In two dIvision ..
end "from
tale of t bow Mr. Drexel fiddle took ot Went Palm Bench $ec. :31-33: Twp, 48, auch iviiulatlona, aa may be preacrlbnd bylaw PHYSICIAN, AHQ, ( 8tpl ftfO.1'" pounding the doctor's original re-checking 01 derl usnres \Vest Palm Beach, Florida.ROGERS .
oti l the rules of said court not Inconalat4.nt
.. it lIy
a. R. 48 E.
shots at a huge rattlesnake the
snap therewith Tbe concurrence, of i TvU-'BTfl'' iuUvered all hours of day absolute acuracy. i.Because I
branch. :that eaay.rhanll. No. BOO. July. 3.100Q, 0.1 tu. Elicitbeth '"
arouadU
.......cailild ;: Moore. for part Lot. 1 and :3 Anti"" }, majority>> the uiembera''' 6f t Ill Cp\\rt\ ttlui| and uhtht. ... -Our charges art al-

explain matters. aa the only o. N. W. !W. ua In Deed Book T.. pern 11 U. iu.fUYl \,1IUIII"rtilJi, ) \ the Court ahall. alt. as IJ-a: ) FORT PIBHCK. rla.DENTAL wa, I right and reasonable .belne

instances;; In whlcf yttleauakea' have ec.,18, "vpj4.'II. R. W E.. fl.RQ ,nerVe, one bodY ahall. bt> nvwiiaury. :, to a. decision; based simply on exact value; of -- 111t.I'

$Uetf)qowo to t ot\ around brsnvhM\ I Uwbsn I 910, Q71) Jyly.34pOO:/ aaaeexed to II. i4tltee.tor and when any member of a dlvlnlun ..l the I ingredients and time consumed.
in that attitude by Lot I and! N, W. \i of N. W. 3l'eclJi.Zwp Court shall dissent 'rein. the majority ot ..ucbdlyl..oo .., They are never "guessed at."'*411 t j
they were put on any. q.ueatlonattch queatlou shall are treated alike. : ?
44. 8.B.4,1 JE. 88 acrea.Noj
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a taxiaermist-rStAugustlpe I Record.s .-" ; .811. July :2. 1900, aaavaaefl to Sarah be mibmltu-d1to,,the. Court alt ting In 4 |iody. I>. H. MACY !
.. .. The nuiuber oltermaof, the Supreme, j'purt (I '1
A..OudDl..aaon.'oI'W.3 M of N. W.Vt, Sec. 84. \ 5 ThIS Plislclans Trust Us
E.. and the'time' ot holding" the seine, shall be ., DENTIST '
** *. Twp. 44, 8. B. 48, 80 acres.No. t ,
i 878 July 11.11100. aaaeaaed to Wm. E. roiulaled by law. All terms shall be held at rpitde Bounty State Bank. You can Safely!! Do the Same lver"\VaTo 'j :F
of Pffluaj{! oy (
lha Capital flu.lIt't: tt\ .
WtIftTTiiEsTATh' Smith for iota q 1. 6, T, 801<'. 10, Twp. 45 S. K. \l1 i 'I

!aB'No.:., 6113 !r''''''' ARTICLE\ \ :Wil) be ,open August isth. uWR8T '

: I : 'pRg 5 "8 YS'\\! (I G. July ;i I.1 Ojt.( r.sseese4 tu Uhiir. H That the following amendment tn i the PALM BEACH, ., FLORIDA Dimick & Tea Spoons ;
.. ,.. ... n- Riegel
iayden lot Lota 1 and'8eo.; ii, Twp. '11.. Constitution Ihe 8tat! of Florida be,and the (7
-. ......... ,, ,.. K', R.; 4 8.'fV.09'' ( a rM. aumq ,la bi-rehy agreed to,.and, shall be submitted im. ;.VUPUOIITON ? 75 Cents; and' up j "

To Late We Fear; i Unlearn said eertiacntee shall be redeemedaccording to the.eloctora.of. ,tbe State at theUentiral i. WEST 'PALM BEACH .
'fDENTOS"N
tolaw.taxdceda will issue thereou Election In J 01)3: for ratification or ,. .1
Governor Jennlng recently .made jto un tba 18th day of October, A. U. loot. rejectloiu "Suction"" S of Article V ol fha Con. HOLUND DOCK.-. PHONE ''u I LWK81 Table! Spoons ;
Witness my band and, official ,aeal this lat. amended'ao uato read. PAI.MBEAC&.CL.a. '<
appeal to the turpentine operators, IIltUlioD I I la hereby Per
Set $1.50
day oU"pt"mborA.! D. 10O3. !
.
though tbeitatej. >res' ,, to! .modify their', uLt E. DEAUBOKN.' aa Section ftillowa 8.: There ahall be right Circuit : -- iI andup. 1'

:' mode of boiing the pines' so as -to pre Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade Co.FlaBy JuilKl'a who ahall lie appointed by the, Uov. .:.T. DANIEL, ; : I
'
serve the forests but it seems to have R,. B. McLENDON. D. C vrnur, pud coSflrniml by the Senate ;und 1 oeansf, LonisvillB &ffazlivilleRAILROAD Per S
Set
.rcobe,t jo(at*,loi, ini. ions. Tb4 ?.Iat. alto khalihold their olHc fur six yeara. :. i iI tKniYes
f 14 PLOKlllA f.11h1* $3. and
COCOA. liniArf ElVBR.:
,Timet-Herald; .ay.tb.t the process by Tbe senate bull be. divided by the Lrglalutnrv up 11
at .Ita Brat recntar session' outf. th,e I r $ .
which tbe trees are.bled.\O.death.has a.Jj ad4..pton| of' tbla a pctoq.| ]nd the eight Juillijlikl NOTARY PUBLIC Prices ..,
on
ready gone oa so long that ttjere is hardly,) l I Circuit, aud one Jurtiix. shall be- aaIxntd'to -. "

.. ._ epopgh rpund timber left la Putnam each Clr ))t.IIuob Jnd|
,, county, to cut !fifty crops of boxes, and! ," Build' Houses told at' leaat two t niia of his t'ourt. In each ( J" "I Sterling Silver ,
county wllhlll hiM < NOTARY
that the same la tine all over the" 'stateTitusville ,
.
be j
., ahall
"i-b times and place a prescribed .. Quoted on
\ Stac. Move Houses by law. and may"old111.1. t rnia.Tha Ft.th. Ata(< 0/florlda at Largt. to ,
.
4 t 'r/: Governor may la his' dlwretlon, D"-.Mortlra Lessee and Contract ApplicationRaiIrad t'

True As Oospel. Repair Houses. order A .temptwaryxcbangu.: ot Circuits 'b, I Drafted.CoavoVaocIng -. fjlrpilngham, Nashville\ ,

>> Work th.-respaeti..Judgr.orordersby' Judge to I All Work Unaranteed a i.egalty specialty.: Corbet. vansvillel CUicaga-\ : Watch.TIME'.INSPECTOR Ii
,With a jpgck.ryad.f/on* Lake.Wprtb.tp. Sl1Oj; hold one'n: more tern,. or part or part ol i Office In rnopipii hi UK Biotk.;
Cutter this entire stretch of eighty miles 1tepa4ringor any term la any, ether Clranl than that to west P_.lm. ,"".."...,imje fiountv. .'1nrJlltil. Louisville, Cincinnati %. .
,
St. Louis and all point ,
fine I which h* In BM.IxmxI. Tb. Judge .hall) re r
of M
will\ speeUJl J >become. ; aoavenne, j -' Dock Building. aide.In the Circuit o| whIch| || II. |I"J qds,".. C4pI4YNCIM&E1ING | i .. >V 8t.ind Northwest FLORIDA EAST COAST t'

homesrbeautiful groves great pineapple This wti>u t\n\\!\ no* |lie| operative\ until Mobile New Orleans and all PLANT SYSTEM

felds[ and splendid farms and gardens, tl wf"firtalAtureaial" | | "areilrliled( this, State ..:(.)ItG l .p. mm.isit. Points Southwest. SEABOARD AIR LINK: r
Tfijs! fs DO far away dre m, !but a near ti q CalJ t OQ or qd4res3: jntp flghtC'Irculta.a: hereinbefore prov.iedtori G JACKSONVILLE & SO'WBSTERN

hand reality.&f laml Metropolis. ; and t be""v.o.t.InII": Judges .boldlna of.Oce .. 1 CiVIL ENQINUR Through tickets via the Louisville &

M. .,.. YAREJOROUCH at; the tlnepfuqb| divlalon ahull continue ,..W AND Nashville are sold by all Railroad Coupon R. J. RILES '\
'
to e.e,cl... jurs.lictiofl| ( ever their' ""ee.riti.
Wrist Palm lleacb. FIrt.o4A DEPUtY COUNJY SURVEYOR Ticket.Agents in Florida/ 225 Wast Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Mr. Burros Opportunity.Th '.. o1tI"tloa.slrc\llt".IIM.:\ co.nsttnteil.\ | at tin FOR DADE COUNT
time of such divlalon. until tba Judu of tRio .._.| A..ni. fnr tha .n.' fl.tn..nlntIhS. For schedules rates and ..leepimgcsrreservatIons
of Hadson Barf -
aoDointment '
; -- additional; Circuit shall have qualified., The r, B.C. Hv;,;: P 1 p4iANlT- If LA ----6---1.--; apply to
'fp the railroad commission :tl mel at a I Circuit; Judges bo1illngimce( at the time of '

most opportune moment .. on October C. Dittmar .such dlibilon' shaLl .v.ralI7..U.ue In o- REAL
.theicontmissioa wilt\ dlacuasv>egetable v. flee. until the expiration .of their then exlet-: Florida Passenger Axent; L & N. R. R. I .
of ... Ing;,tvrm of( .0DI... a.. Judge o(. tha Circuits 306 West Bay St Jacksonville Fla. -
//ihipplng.rateawith, ,.representative respectively" In. which nadir such dtvisimu.Ib.couuty \\7ALL/kCIiIt..MOSKS. C. L. STONE. !
EggsforHatchingThoroughbred
railroads and no doubt Mr. Burr's PIIII..LIIIIII III ..
the I ot bIll resIdence may b. Included;
Ro/lert
8uo9ttaor If 4. W. / Gen Pass Kentucky
.- 4g'tI.ouisvllle: _. .
.
..truckfarmer Circuit shah
.. _;Jagac..Lu.bohalLoL the anda>Jadare 'tbe.axldltlonal\ I --" -
will be immeadlately felt-PensacolaJoafDaL' be, appointed for a term equal' tu the unexTplred REAl. ,n1<411"A.HAnant D.IN URANCE. I
Partrld e.CochIDil
nudliumtn.- .( of the other Cir:ul; 4uilgea. ujuiHfleh
.rUOUR' ama tor West Paltu How Town Lola also 1
,' .. J __ 'c r .|l'I4| |<>B .being. ntitdM The. anlitry nfeni'b West Palm (i orb Water Worka. AshesFor and Black-Breasted Red Game.
.
., '! NOTARY PUBLIC. Hih Grad
0
; Circuit". \ JudKtt shall| he two thousandseven !
It'Twill .
.
UllveStrnet.U3110O1
Clematis Avenue near : We can also furnish any other
Hardly be Frank. D ft e seed bundrti) II"\\. fl'ty dollam : Weat Palm lt.ach.Jlorida S
,0< Tim, votva Cast Jo aonipllunee, with aald breed, and chip to any point.J. .
'lIltaf. autnorityfor. fruits and vegetables
:. The Tallahassee 1. liropaaed' amendmpata, and tbe eanvaaadeelaratlon growing.

.tba,itatewejit thiil! },,19 n.,Fraek,Clark, and return thereof shall be, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER nothing equals our J. FOX'S REPAIR SHOP
with Sub Blinds subjected to the aanW regulation. and .... .
Oklahoma to op S.hlD1ln..DQou.!
who went to grow ,
Florida7"1oatlno oblations a. are provided. by law for gener; IIKOWN Clean Dry. .Ashes ;* WEST PALM BEACH "LA.D. .
'to -
the wlU return" rr.n.
L- country al vleedoaa to the HUitie'of Florida.In '

; at Lake City, where be will prac- udIDs..Bflck! Line!, Teatlmony Whereof 1 have hereunto eat RCH'TECf.AND BUILDER. .. Potash, guaranteed B to 7 per cent. -
take (\() hand and affixed the OrentUK1 prepared used exclusively on fur own
sllcei: tNut trnta: :,f8ll' ., my Plaua and apeclflratlona. M. GEAURIDEAU
,
..JUr it' nA""pM ODa1.oclletrlct'If : I { 'Seal of,. ,the. -.State! o( Florida, at 'Jobbing? work given prompt attention at farm at. Riviera. Close _
,
and: two years later the voters will be hilt Builders' HirdwanFORTJPIERCE TallaJiaeMM-. Capital' this Ui.Flrstp.y Hhop oa Datura atreet.KRIPPBNDORF'S prices.G. PALMS SHAVING PARLOR.
A. D. 10O3.:
of _
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.... LIII about,, for aj oKres\'onal candtrjjk ? :H.4IjY: C1tAWFO1ID, I ol. -- LADIES' SHOES II. GIFFIN fc CO. "Fln>t-ola..a Tnnaorla'work" by the
0111 tollable. _

,\;.... .t' T" 4a"'Id PesipIa! IIgI4I3g I ourua1_ may \: *' flark.JI. ;, 4.- !:... .i ,fL9rU.DA TV JO1IN. FROHOCK Count. Secretary of a.te.S..IIIDaop -. at.A. 'rHONY Baoa.A. ,, Watt Palm Beach Pie.r l.UOP UNDER: HOTEL: PALMS S S1F SS






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:8: ,THE!: TROPICAL, : SUN, WEST. PAttf BEACH> ,'FLORIDA, FRI0AT, OCTOBER 3 1D02 '

.____00____ ___mm ____ .. -- -_.._-- .. .. u'__ _m" __._-_- _- '

the lions the bid wm, tabled until the

t TOWN COUNCIL next meeting of the Council.);

A discussion arose here as to what IF YOU WEAR
ale the city's mule would be put when

the new sanitary arrangement went CORSETS.... .
REDUCES SALARIESTHE Into effect Alderman Yarborough r YOU WILL
thought there would be enough street .

work to keep! : the mule constantly; employed *

The mnttef W8ft deferred until \ !i f. :,)
i .' some fnture time for' aCU n. : : :

; CLERK IS REDUCED TO $20,OO REPORT OF TUB MAYOR- j\: :

The regular weekly report of Mayor : ;"

Burkhardt.... then taken>up mid read, ,
e and on mellon wtauidered filed : S .t

,. The'Mayor Gets Fees Only, and the Marshal Has a Slice Token To the) Chairman and 'Honorable Boardof I // BOTSFORD v ,,t' 'TMB UAOIES'

Off. A Sanitary Inspector Will be'. Appointed by, Afdermen. .,,, t tAT or A. S, &, CO.. : ;' ;''QUTF''fTEHU' I

the Board, With a Salary of. $35., Gentlemen for week: : eliding! herewith Saturday\ present, September report -- laryou, CAN SAVIS MONEY( By :BfjXINfI, V,'AT.. .1"Ili 9..?]LI'f :. ', '\\01
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7ih.. .. ., ". '' Yt
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Under the Marshal supervisioneverythutg ,
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The Town Council convened Tuesday la the Mayor' court when there is a has been <<1ulet'.nd orderly. _.. ._0'- ._.__,---. -. -.--..-

;, I evening In regular session,' Chairman conviction. .* The scavenger: reports strift attention any child: male or female, under tl eage gokokokoslokokokokokOatortorokotaotiotabto7aolsoSaolsoiioi dtno K
Potter presiding, and Aldermen Dim- 3rd. T'tot the Marshal and Collector to his duties, collected the usual Saturday of fifteen be o <-
years 10 on any street
p ; Ick, Whidden, Lauther, Yarborough; of West Palm 'Brach shall receive a rubbish which netted fl.AS and 'line, park or vacant place within the]l Ito 0

and Otwell, and City Clerk Adams alary of $40 per month and $i for each plactd iu the hand of the Clerk.I Town after cofght-th rly o'clock at night tetf o G. G. Strohm, Company i
would call the attention of the Board
la I
Kelng present. case in the Mayor'a court when there I unless in the company of a guardian, '
I The minutes of the last meeting were a conviction. to the fact that our City Dock 1 I. la nevi parent or other relative ot mature years, "" .

tt'' read and approved. 4th. That the nitbt watchman aball of instant and urgent repair. I nave or unless HUGO child la in some lawful em. I GROCERIES

1. BILLS APPROVED AND PAID. receive a slay of $18 per mouth, aud : already called the attention of a mem- ployment by which beer she is earning FHAIILY
be shall light and attend to all street ber of the street committee to the mat- I Iwage" o
i The following bills were read, approved or obtaining Instruction, or unless -'
lamps them cleaned and filled, ter, and he no doubt can give a report *f
keeping
; 4 and on motion of Aldermen the child has been lent onau errand:
and one dollar additional for each extra in detail 01( what is actually required.If for child's Fancy Food Products
.
i Lauther and Yarborough, ordered paid: by some one responsible o
lamp that may be established, by the repair are as extensive a* they actions and can prove that he or she has It -
John Rom-ra.work on street 34 days *.1fl OOrhftrlMfluyton.wk. the town of West Palm Beach. promise, I would suggest that you havea ,
24 2B been attending to some errand at the |
K on atrvots dayaftl ,
Grain and Provisions.
55 L W Burkhardt. feed for mule ............ .12 an 5th. That the Sanitary Inspector coo niittee ascertain toe extent of the time of being accosted by the officer. v .
i W Grant,supplier for>tr..et lump.,.... 14 50 shall be appointed by the Council of repairs needed and let the work out by BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that i

% West Palm Beach, whose duties assail be contract to the lowest bidder the Marshal watchman his 2S JEFFERSON BLOCK:
+ The following communication to the (or night or 2S
a* follows: Respectfully, F
Mayor from Wallace R. Mo e* was deputy as the case may be) la wtnpow-
To that the L. W. BURKHAHDT. Mayor.A ,
see sanitary ordinance
reAd, and on motion of Aldermen Lan- : powered to take Into custody any child So ,0
are carried out, and to have control of motion was made by Alderman Yarborough violating the of this ordinance West 'Palm Beach, Florida. ,
they and Yarborough, and said Interest, I requirements &
amounting to 19.68, was ordered paid. the scavenger and see that be periorma and seconded by Alderman Ot I and if it Is the first offense bring o s -Uxgo-i '4rltOte01101rOIIO1sOl101s0Uoil0ilGtUa01.0It01107101.pttolt T1j
1 t his duties. He shall supervise all workon well\ that each person who did not work the child to ita home and report the mat :. oaeo"oaeoll ; l ,""
,, .. West Palm Beach, Fla. Sept. 27th, 'oa. the streets. He shall collect all on the streets or elsewhere for the town '
ter to his her
or parent or guardians. .t 'f
; Hon. L. W. Burkhardt. Mayor, West dues for the work of the scavenger. He should be paid separately and personally. On the second or any subsequent offense < ''

r Palm Peach. shall receive a 1.I.ryof $35 per month The motion prevailed.On the child shall be brought before the Insure in the Old Reliable -/I' : ;. d
Dear Sir:-Mr Ingraham advise me
motion of Aldermen Otwell and
and receive twenty per cent of all and If found fine of not '
Mayor,
that 60 cent of the note of the guilty
4'1 per scavenger collections; and he shall be Whidden, Alderman Yarborough was more than five dollars shall be imposed Germania Life Insurance Comp
town of West Palm Beach to the Model
instructed to have all \
subject to Instant dismissal by the necessary repairs ,
upon the father of the culprit, if living, .
1 Land Co., is to be paid by that company; Council he neglects' his duties. ; marie to the city dock at once, and or if not, upon the mother or other OF NEW YORK ORGANIZED IN '1860. '.' .\
and 40 per cent by the town. The have the bill for vent to the Coun. For address G. LOPER HALLEY '"
6th. That these resolutions shall take same guardian of such child, and to default of particulars Manager for G .;
amount of the note is $983.85 ; 40 per effect when the above town officers are cil. payment. of said 1 fine the child shall be Florida, Box 340, Palatka! Florida. '
cent of this amount Is $393.54. I'I
The Interest due on this latter sum elected at the November, 1902, election ELECTRIC LIGHTS AGAIN. detained in a suitable place of imprison _- (

from June 3rd, 1901 to June 3rd, 1902 at and have qualified for their various The subject of electric lights was went to be designated by the Mayor fora GRAFTED ) I r
positions. All resolutions, ordinances or
I cent $19.68.. I Alderman Yarborough period not exceeding one whole day -. Mnlcrnfcm I Mang
brought ,
5 per I I.I Darts ordinances which conflict i with up again ADDED -
d You expressed a desire to pay the interest this resolution -- ; expressing it a* his belief that On motion, the Council adjourned. "' .O :-
are Hereby repealed,
on the town's proportion, and when this resolution takes effect. some arrangement could be made with --- Largest Collection of Croton In the United Statea. Palma, 'P '

'' asked for an extension. Pleass adviseme (Signed) A. B. OTWBir., the Florida East Coast Hotel 'Company Band Concert Tonight.The urn, etc. AU pot grown. Full| | Line" 'of Citrus' Sto. -/'

for how long a time you desire the Cbm'n Ordinance Com. whereby the town could get lights, and usual Friday night concert will be grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address '. ,, ,

extension and have a warrant drawn I get them at once. His plan was, In the Worth Band from
S On motion of Aldermen Yarborough given by} Lake JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm" Beach.
', payable to my order as agent for the and Lauther, the resolutions and substance, for the town to erect pfclca 7:30 to 8:30 clock this -evening. Professor

,. interest, $19 68, and oblige. I recommendation of the Ordinance and string wire and get the electricityfrom Kaufman has prepared the following kt h

Yours truly, I I Committee the Hotel Company, on. the East program :

WA.I.I.ACE R. Mosas, Agt were adopted. Side, at .. muck "per."' He felt sure Ma""It--TIt." Mantel Miner..... .... ......ZoUt-r ,
' I Alderman :yarborough submitted t. that the company would ,sjladly "furnishthe Overturn..-Llttlu. .4i m .................. .. Mantua
Upsa the suggestion of Alderman the Council a bid from P.M. Kivg. town with light, both for Walti-Merry TJ UBh....J. ...........awbatk When You Need ;. r
Lauthcr, the Collector was instructed to colored, as follow.: TM Serenade-Brenteda. ...., ...... ..... ..? ......MpUyPorks i
collect the liquor license from the various "I herewith to do all the and residences, at a very reasonablerate jCutechlM........;........ ...........BlclnkkoWMti
saloons doing business in West scavenger work propose for the town of West and the would cost for be a cable at the Soon-America. ......,.............,..i............. Mantels Tiling g and Grates I
draw-bridge not very heavy I
Palm Beach, the license being due on Palm Beach for the sum of $65 per Under this ,
the first of October, and amounting arrangement the town Notice To The Public.
month. If will
a you give me a two years'contract e
could Write
light Ita street and furnish private us tor
to #750. I will The undersigned beg to notify their
purchase a regular scavenger T "
dflCM of bURiuesa! aDd +
I I "resideneea C f
" REDUCTION OF SALARIES.Chuirman mends ana patron that the an races "
wagon. Respectfully yours."P. with lights, and a few years later, }In all : merger recently .
Otwell, of the Ordinance W. KINO" announced In these columns, to : <
I probability West Palm Beach could FLonIDXLD G
:
It Committee, presented the following :I Alderman Lauther thought that be- have a light; plant of her own.,, It was be known as the Gruber-Hatchett SUPPLY CO. i
resolutions, regulating( the salaries of fore entering Into a contract with Kingor decided that Chairman Potter confer Hardware Co., did not go into effect. '

the town officials, and recommending anyone else the city should require with. the Hotel Company and see if such They, by mutual consent, deeming it JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASEABOARD '" .
that the resolutions be adopted: I i I that a good( and sufficient bond be given an arrangement could be made to their best Interests to continue their' ,/'

Be it resolved, 1st. That the Mayorof for the faithful performance of the contract On motion of Alderman Whidden, the business as beretoore-Iadeptmdently : .
West Palm Brach shall receive no and he suggested that the amountof of each othar.
sanitary inspector was instructed to
salary and a lee of one dollar In each the bond be fixed at $tsoo, the M. E. GaosKR
1 have all ,the sewer mains flashed at Y
W. HATCHET I
case in courtwhere there Is a conviction. amount of salary expected for the two
least twice each month. October lilt,
2nd. That the Clerk of West Palm years' work.A 982. I oSAVANNAH
On motion of Alderman Otwell, the .
Beach, acting also as Assessor and motion to this effect was made by ,,
Treasurer, shall receive a salary of 'a<> Alderman Lautber, which'motion helper to the scavenger, who receives P. Marvin Pope, of West Palm Beach, .
pre- fio per month for his services, was A LINE: RAILxTAY
for Cleveland Ohio off
en route ,
per month and So cents for each case vailed, and pending the appearance of ordered slopped
discharged. at DeLand lost Sunday and exehangcu
.. .
,
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.i *"
THE CURFEW ORDINANCE.The I greetings with his many friends.. Marvin : ---:-FOB- _
following communication from I goes to Cleveland to take a ,thorough ;'.' ... .' I''iJ ',.
Y YY Y
: TYY.YTYYYTYY yy. Mr. G. G Curtie, of the Board of Trade, i course In journalism, and though ,, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES." RALEIGH, t
: he will be greatly .missed by his fellow
the curlew ordinancewas
accompanied by RICHMOND, WASHINGTON
BALTIMORE,
student and friend here, wish him
we
j read, and the ordinance wkA' planed *. '
The on its first reading; success. in this new line of.work he has .. .. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
Workingman'sFriend
chosen.-DeLand Supplement. -
M,, West Palm Beach, Fla. Sept. joth,.'02. .
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E To the Town Council of West Palm -
Beach 'Vit al'. Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S' :

l = Gentlemen: beg to hand yon a copyof Two Elegant Trains' Dally .
an ordinance which was originatedby

E Is theCarrhart .,",.i the ladles of the W. C. T. U.,.and ha Everybody's Column.LOST. Florida amd' -

= Overalls been considered with approval the Metropolitan Limited Seaboard Fast Mail .

'''', Board of Trade and which the Board of ,
:. Trade has instructed me to band t. yon MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT, '::' '"

# = for consideration and action if approved.

To make It an ordinance It will have -A gold bracelet, linked: plain
LOST 'p Sir
CI to go through three readings on two sep one side and chased on the reverse .

arates nights by honorable side. Finder will confer a favor .. .. .
E flore Cloth ''I your body ,,' { Ara
I sad be placed u upon___ the ordinance bookover : by leaving at this office. tf ", ____ __ ,_h
i .
ONLY LINEOperating
= the signature: the President of FOR SALE. oJ ..;\.
E Better Made the Town Council, the Clerk and the :." ",I.

Mayor. I HAVE SEVEN bead !Rood work Daily Through Sleepers From
:
Trusting that you will think favorablyof Mules and four two-horse wagonswhich .

the ordinance, which I have preparedwith I will' sell. Address, Jacksonville to New Orleans '
Better Material at J. W. IVE3, Ojua, Fla.
care and which I understand 1 fa

; similar to one DOW In force In Tampa, -Mrs. C. N. Newcomb, of .

::1 I am, Your\ very truly, WANTED I ., want a good girl for -- ---
I Oao. O, CcxftiK, Ch'm housework at once. She wlll'pay good :
wage Yon can reach there by mail, 'I. : '.'
$: Com. on Law, West Palm Beach boat or wheel
it
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Than Any Other Board of Trade. *
For full
Information and Sleeper reservationscali. on
Overall on the Market (Curfew Ordinance. Regulating the FOR RENT. any agent
hour after which it ball be unlawful Seaboard or write y;

: for children to remain on the public WB HAVE TWO elagant Lake View .

streets, lanes, parks or vacant place. of one" fot$6oo Cottage and for one rent for$for 700 next; completely season, a A. O.. MACDONELL. A Vt Gen. PMB. Agt.

the Town of West Palm Beach.) ftirnUhed. Possession. given November I. Jacksonville Florida.

r Whereas It I I. desirable to keep child ,, Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms,
rat ,, F Bros rtu who are not under the control of for the summer; 125.per month.
Anthony j Tropical
$ their parent or guardians' from engag. 418 oa tf W. I. Metcelf.Mgr.
; ti ing in prank and malicious mischief, THE
AND WHEREAS it 1 fa ezpedien* to keep TRAVELERS

j West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami I them out of temptation and barns!: way W. H ARTS ON .l .: ,

at a tine when their actions ire not NEW .MANAGEMENT,_

entirely open to public *...., AND MBS N. F. GARCIA
Prop'r Jacksonville
WHBRCAS; bv Svetlen! '7J or the Ko- TAILORING Fla.

wised! Statute of Florid "Ike City or
.. ANTHONY'S 8..01C1t Town Council shall have power to pass la All I Its? Branches Electric Lights, Electric Della, Bathe, Complete Servic

all inch ordinance and law as may be -- The Best $$.00
ARE per day Hotel In
I expedient and necessary for the preservation Florida.
L IIILEIfT! IIALE811fP.lf PRESSING CLEANING -
smpxgmirig Ii of the public peace and moral ;" ,
THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED
t by DYEIM8 AND REPAIRINGShop
the Town Council of the town of West

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