The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00310
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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WORK{ (WILL 1314k: PARAGRAPHS'T -f LOCAL NOTES. I Everybody's' Column. '

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j ON NEXT MONDAY People, 8.1. They Come and Go- Lout anything: ? Try our "Every Leggett's powder guns at Hatchett's. A LIBRARIAN FOR FREE READ- '

People Whom You :May or body's Column." IS.oo each. ing Room. Hours of service from
,1, 4 p. m. to 9 1', m. daily. Apply by letter ,,
May Not Know. Have you seen those new spring Board of Trade will\ meet next Wed to Clara N. Moses Secretary! d,,
pumps at Uatchett'a f nesday night.
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Mr. G. G. Carrie in Jupiter A librarian Is wanted for the Free Leave your orders' for Thanksgiving 1 ;
yesterday keeper. Northern experience. A. '
IN tilE:,&BW, ,, COUNTY ROCK ROAD on legal !business. Heading Room. For particulars" see turkeys at Faber Bros. B,, General Delivery.

; : ; '* .. Mr. E. B Chase of, Boynton was in notice In "Everybody's.Column.: W. HuffHtetter is attending a shooting FOR SALE.
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/ town Thursday on business.Mr. Miss.. Ponce' the milliner la now occupying match at Fort Pierce today.

Mr. ;Ray Roys, Will ;,Start Several? :! :Teams Hauling .Rock, and the F. N. Funk of Boynton, spent formerly he(used,aew for store the in postofiice.the Palms block seed"Iron and Age"fertilizer garden drl1ll tools, lnd, wheel wheel hoes scuffle ., 11', 7 TWO.s-rORY rooms. good location.FRAME Apply HOUSE to r, '

Steam-'Road Roller Wlll be.Used In Finishing the yesterday in West Palm Beach. A. Martin, West Palm Beach
A full supply of Insecticides at Hatch. hoes at Hatchett's.
Sam K. Selig. a well known Phlladelphtan -
Roadway. Importance of the Undertaking. is at the Seminole today. ett's. Blue stone whale oil soap paris If you have rooms to rent, or anything FOR,, ,RENT. '
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\ 1"I s" a : I J green and dry trdeaux and parts green for sale or if there is anything wanted,
.' Mr. George W. Lainbart went to MI ROOM, t FURNISHED OR UN- r
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ami business. try "Everybody's Column" in The Trop- .. Centrally located. Will
Thursday night on
S Scbneidman'a men's furnishing ical Sun. Results will be forthcoming rent for season. Apply Sun office, or i
Next Monday the work of spreading here on Monday !Ind'put.. into service is : i
Mr. Charles C. Armour of Jupiter store Is uow located in the Schmid block Box 246 City P- O.WE ro
:theMlaml<< rock on the new 'county: road Immediately. yIn ); .' i In town today, a guest at. the Seminole It is fitted and made attractive Mr, L. C. Bowyer the popular local
being nicely
to tie'bi.lU: between West Palm Beach the course of a week or two Mr up agent of the Florida East Coast Railway HAVE TWO elegant I.oke'Vlew
in West
andL;,Miami, will be, commenced. Aa Roy. will, have the assistance of his fa* Among Thursday's visitors for the busy season. had as his guests for a short time last Cottages for rent for next season,
Palm Bench was Mr; W. V. Running of' and for
the one for$6oo
one 1700 completely
told'lD The Tropical Sun last Wed uea- ther. Then four or five extra teams will\ Nothing Is more important in evening, the Lake Worth Band. Under furnished. Possession given November;

day}the Board of County Commissioners be added and* ''the work pushed forward .Jupiter. preservation of good health than the use the leadership of Professor Kaufmann, Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms I. b

awarded the'contract for this Important with all' possible speed. Attorney C. CChl1llag..ortb, of West ot pure water. That is why so many the band played several very nice selec for the summer ; f>5 per month e

work' to Mr. Roys of this 'town the The building of.this road opens op Palm Beach was a ,visitor to town on people buy distilled water at the Lake tions. Tropical Real Estate. Exchange, Y ', {
Wednesday.-Titusvllle Advocate, Worth Ice Works. it. 4 IS oa tf W. I. Metcalf, Mgr
price being: forty cents per cubic .,.ard. new opportunities Tor investment in Try The Christmas number of The Delin. '
Thla.contract covers the road' section West Palm Beach. One'dfthe first enterprises Mrs. George Phillips left yesterday Mr. Henry Pettit and Mr. Geo. Bacon, eator Is fait of interest. It celebrates the 4

from, West Palm :Beach Boynton, and that is under way Is the estab- morning for St. Augustine/ where she both of Philadelphia returned to West thirtieth anniversary of its existence Prof. L. Wolfe left this morning for {

If nothing. happens to delay, thee work \labiaI'\ of a tine ,of carriages that will will visit friends for the! next few, weeks. Palm Beach Thursday evening, and are and marks the event by coming out in Cocoa on business

there will be a continuous-- stretch of convey tourists and winter visitors Mr., and Mrs. Charles A. Stone have. now established in their pretty home, such excellent form that it ranks as one Guns-Guns-Guus, single and double ',' d
,bar4'evel' roadway'the whole thirteen through the, heart of tbe pine. arrived from Watch, Hill R., 1., where Pelican Lodge on the Lake front. of' the most beautiful magazines pub. barrel at Hatchett's.

milts to tbe'sout The ;first five miles .npple.and: truck .sections south pf town. they'have spent very pleasant summer. The Tropical Sun regrets to note the I lished.Messrs.. Lot of fancy poultry, something extra

out L ke.View cemetery, will have 'a With a stralght-away course of thirteen Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Melcalf left town i indisposition of Mr. Edward Crutchfield who will for Sunday dinner, at Faber Bros. e- '
Russell & Lansing
;..,: .twfjl!V. ;ffect In width 'and 'the miles the hearts oC the automobile owners ,
yesterdar morning for Melbourne Fl'a., of Datura street, this week, he having week In the old Jeffetson The standard cook stove of the United
i '.> ?ce oftlleysectlonwi1L he given'anitfoot will be' delighted for the run'wl11 be where they will .visit old ,friends fora been confined to bis room; His condition next open Model up States lathe "Iron King"-You will find .
'r road .Monday: will see atrat' exceptionally fine. In niany1\ other ways much block "The Pharmacy are busythis'
few day yesterday was improved.The In their mammothnew it at Hatchetfs.
half( :dolel1 teatnjf., atworkwith, ,will this hew thoroughfare become popular I week putting
Mr. J. W. Comstock 'of the Lake front, Lake Worth Band paid a visit to sale fountain, which Is of the latest Mr. S. J. Peters, one of the prominent
.t: vera men In charger: Tbe rock .will with all classes! of people and in a
e.... has rented a suite, of rooms over the I the.East Side Thursday evening and serenaded and most approved, pattern! and which residents of Little River, died at his
; e loaded onQwagonh rock dumpi'j abort time those who have lived here for
Dade County State Bank, and will live I three prominent residents. The la a beauty. home on Thursday. The funeral took
'!: at each side road and hauled to the main years will wonder bow it was possible
in town this winter gentlemen so honored were Messrs. J, A. place at Miami yesterday afternoon k
road where l I it, will be spread end afterwards to live without such a road as that which I I Messrs. Helm &Broadwell, tbe enter.
McDonald W F. Armstrong and J. J.Rymau. The cause of death was pneumonia fever
Mr. and Mrs, A. V. Sanders of Louisville
rolled,smooth, by a heavy steam will soon connect this town with the rapidly prising proprietors! of the Cottage City
", roed -roller. This roller' will be sent growing villages to the south Ky.. are among the late arrivals at Pharmacy have at considerable expense followed by heart failure.A .

I ,--..- ---.-- -- The Palms. They will probably spend The Clyde Line steamship Iroquoia: i in securing excellent cuts of local Philadelphia dispatch says that Senator .

the season in Went Palm Beach,, which collided with tbe Apache last views, placed in stock a complete line of Quay, accompanied by Senator I>en-
The Boa{ Race. New Real Estate Firm.
.' 'r. ,,. Mr. J. R. Anthony Jr.:, arrived in month in Charleston harbor Is again on "Souvenir" stationery both In tablets rose, Insurance Commissioner Durham
: '''41teTftaaviljeStar! gicgs J he.' follow. .Aery'Sonvenieut: end loony suite of town last night from Pittsburg Pa., and the New York-Jacksonville route and and boxes. See It. then use it. and Congressmen Burke and Foerderer

Eing' account f the-bo&t "race at Eau Gal- 'offices has been opened by Mr. Franklin : the Apache will resume her trips com- and several city officials, are now on

ill I* 'ouevweek. ago today hi 'which so Sheen' surveyor and civil engineer In entd. mencing next Tuedayy.The Mr.W.M. Pope,who for several months their way to Senator Quay's home at St.
I'msnyi'Vtesl Palm Beach people were the new Jefferson block. The rooms are has been In charge of the insurance de-
; : Mr Wm. Attwood, a prominent drug Guild of Holy Trinity Episcopal Lucle where they will remain till Congress v
of The Real Estate
( Interested. located on the corner of Clematis avenue partment Tropical "
church met at the home of Mrs. Wellington meets
of several days at
'", The-ptsr aay. *:. and Olive streetdirectly opposite the gist Daytona spent afternoon. I,, Exchange has severed his' connection I
The yachting: fraternity 6f Indian river lade County State Bank The Palms this week. Mr. Attwood\ Fern street on Thursday with the Messrs. Metcalf to take a position Hon. John M. Caldwell, formerly edItor
In attendance
nave. been deeply interested for the past Mr. Sheen. purchased the Interest an old friend of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sixteen members were after the business as book-keeper in Anthony Bros.' of the Jasper News mid presidentof
the ladies !
kwo or three 'weeks In the contest that of the firm of Sheen & Hightower and Stowers.Mr. and the of Mrs Wellington big itore. He will enter on his new duties the Florida State Press Association! ,

ame' off at Eau.Gallle on ;Saturday lastetweeen the business will now' be known a.Sheea'a J. E. Ingraham, third .vice-pres was completed guests on November lotb.I. Is upending the day in West Palm Beach c

the! invincible fiahboat named Real Estate Allen-y, Last year' (dent of the Florida East Coast Railway, at five-o'clock tea. I I. Tbe inside workmen are putting tbe and will leave tonight for Miami I to look

hirty-six owned by tbe Indian River. & Mr. Sheen made a record in tbe real was a passenger on Wednesday uight's Wot k men lire' engaged this week in finishing touches the three new Jefferson alter bis trucking interests in that section.

ke '''Worth Fish company of Fort estate business at West Paint Beach his southbound train enroute to Miami on kalsomining and decorating the Interior on Narcisna street, and I He will return here next week
'' CanvaS business of the Seminole Hotel. Mrs. LaGrange niul, spend a few days with his son,
erce, 'and 'the fast race boat, lo al 'sales .amounting to $108,000, a trip. tbe buildings will soon be ready for ten-

ck, owned by''C.p\. A. 1.' Canova. of One sale included in this amount was Mrs. Nathan Pitts formerly of Pitts tbe new manager \\n makingsome ants. Mr. Jefferson's cottages/ are the Hrsnk, before going: back to the north-

,at Palm' Beach. for "#::10,000. There Is10'\ one .in tbe Island has been spending some time at marked Improvements in the furnishings handsomest in Weft Palm Beach, and .,.1 part of the State. Mr. Caldwell

'.The purse between these wo boats State of Florida who has a more intimate The Palms. She' was accompanied by and appointments of tbe house I there will be no difficulty in finding who Is one of the old school journalists,

I $200 and In addition to this a knowledge of the interior of'ttie State her friend Mrs. M. L. Howard, who Is in anticipation of a heavy winter's bus responsible and plying tenants for them will about the first of next year com

epstake prize of'f J3 was subscribed than has Mr._$heea lIe has explored her guest for the season. iness.In every season. I mence the publication of a new paper at
White Spring, Hamilton county. The
he citizens of Baa Gallic which was and surveyed all the distance from Kis- of the advertisement of the J. B. Mc.
During the coming'session Congress The ladles of the Teletha Clubgave State in general will in
young press, : rejoice
to Sable and has crossed
Cape issue
the, new .fishboat Black Dia- Ginley Company in Wednesday's
to* Senator and Mrs.. Taliaferro will a social last night In the Co-oper- I bearing of bis return to journalism, as
d, recently bunt, by the lions oas.r.1IeIaI,0IWe.qP.alm tbe Everglades: 'twice. This valuable the Washington residence of Mr.ami of The Tropical Sun there occurred: by
occupy Association hall for the of he Is of the
ativ purpose one most popular as well as
Beach' It experience-: : places, him in a position to Instead
oversight a error. I
', than' bandle any'real Mrs. John F. Leech, No. 1754: Massachusetts some raising funds for tbe purchase of a piano able members of the fraternity tl
understood' Black Diamond Intelligently estate northwest. of the price of the "American" mattress

|to be started five minutes after the deals that may be ''entrusted to him and avenue reading 'r, It should have read $to. 'for the public school It Is gratifyingto ---e.--
the popular travelling men know that the affair was a success! In
pr two contestants, so .as ''not to ln> this season be expects to dispose of several Among Tbe ad. appears'corrected in today's An Acknowledgment.
who Thursday West Palm Beach The club wall serenaded by
choice 'addi spent every way. a
re! with them'' in.their sailing over very local properties In issue. Mr J. F. Hoffman, chairman of the
was' Captain R. S. Nelson, representing the Lake Worth Band early In the even
ourse,., and \in, any event, to give tion to lands large In I areas tbe Interior.of truck and hammock the large grocery house 'firsn of C., B. Mr. George A, Gale proprietor of the ing, much to the pleasure ot tbe crowd special committee appointed! by the local

I.to them Rogers & Co.;: of Jacksonville. West Side Dairy Mangonia, has put his In attendance at the social. union of the Carpenters and Joiners of
'course was a double triangular winter delivery into service for America, to solicit subscriptions for the
of ten miles with starting buoytnear'railroad"wbarft Mr. Fred C. King baa been enjoyinga wagon Drl H. O.: Hood has returned from a relief of the striking anthracite miners
the It is having just I
I Brotherhood ol Electrical Workers much-needed rest In New York after the season! a beauty t'o
his'or.axe near Jupiter.
A'nbrth- been turned out of the shops, where it has visit grove is in receipt of a letter of acknowledgment
r blowing about thirty miles an The latest anion organization in West his arduous duties, at Saratoga SpringsAs been beautifully repainted and thoroughly : He ,reports that the crop is grolng to trom the miners'/ headquarters.
Palm Beach Is that .of the International : usual his genial countenance will be be large one, and that the trees are
,seemed .to be just tbe kind 'of overhauled.. The painting and a This committee succeeded in collecting
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers a loi seen at the Royal Poinciana. Hotel Palm healthy and are growing .nicely. In addition .
er the fish boats' wanted but It decorations are exceptionally fine, and the amount of $t73o in West Palm
L entirely too much for the Canvas cal branch of which, was organized Wednesday '&achthecowing! winter. altogether the presents quite a to his orange groveDr. Hood will Beach and Palm Beach principally

night. Tbe charter list shows MV. and Mr..'Gu, W. Livingston, after wagon this out in the trucking
which ts a smooth water and lighter season branch through: the efforts Mr. .Hoffman and +v
boat., Then again ,we believe membership jof twelve. The officers of' a brief stay here resumed their journey city-like appearance.The business, and will\ plant twenty acres G. S. :Sanderaon.: i

; of lag sail... .very much against the new organization are' as follows to Palm Beach this morning; Mr. Christian Endeavor Society m I in tomatoes. Mr. W. B. S.bu1er ol In acknowledging the amount sent.the

ad I the'weather'beenp' about the I ,. President E.'W.'J.'Parrisbl, : Livingston! Is ticket agent at the Royal connection with tLe Union Congregational Pompano has charge of this work, and national secretary writes: '

;-i fetglittcIgl( () breere the 'contest I 'Vice.: deat. J, & Garret' ;. Poinciana Hotel in winter, and in summer church held a special business will superintend both branches ol "Your letter enclosing a balance of

| have been very exciting but as It Secretary S. L. Harmon. holds a similar position la Chicago.St. meeting In the church on Thursday the business. 141.30 from your citizens as a contribution

>pt. Cauova gave up the' race!, atDd Treasurer,j, U. Chambers.' Augustine Record. evening. Arrangements were made to Ex-City Clerk George S. Adams, who, to assist us in caring for the men on i.',

i> buoy having taken .in water Foreman and Inspector-. D. Taylor Rev Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Bliss, of Burlington have one Sunday evening in each month baa recently embarked in tbe real estate strike in the anthracite field has been ;1

i to swamp bit boat and fractured -----e.-. Vt., were among the first ar given up to the senior and junior societies business, will within the next few days received and In their behalf and in behalf t

.. His boat 'was 'almost 'unconB II The Palms" Open rivals The Palms'after the opening who will conduct the services The first fit up a handsome office In the Grnber of the National' organization of the

B} times in/tbe heavy, seas t and Wednesday evening. that well known this week. "Apr., Bliss-who I Is.L an Episcopalian service that will\ be given: by the Christian block, and will also open a music and bicycle United Mine Workers I desire to thank 1

bint to foul tbe north buoy. The West Side hotel; The Palms, was openedfor clergyman: ; i I" I looking for sonic to- Endeavorera will be that. of Sunday store.in the same room. Mr. Adams you and the citizens of your city for their
|a then between the two fisbboats the East Coast evening; December 7th. offering and
the season. Mr. and Mrs. Stower catlnn along to spendthe proposes carrying a well selected generous trust it will be

4 ,sweepstake and wan won by have made many changes and 'improvement winter and it is quite probable that Mr, P. C, Allen who has been at stock of pianos organs and other musical the means, In conjunction with the other

i' lix 1, In 1:13.: ." .. '. *for the convenience and comfort of he will decide upon" West,.PaJrn Beach Jensen, Fla.. setting up the 'Wicking & I Instruments, and will also handle contributions which we have received I

,; a nY ---:-- tbewinter guests and have spared neither I Among/ the tourisls arriving. on Thursday Mason Ice Plant, for the last three several makes of high, grade wheels. of bringing about better 'conditions for

Sewing.br labor nor money in making, lr house night's train,were Mr. and Mr. H. months returned Saturday. The plant There Is a good opening: in West Palm the mine workers of ''the anthracite

Y h thoroughly: to date In all its arrange I I Maddock. of Brooklyn N, V., regular was installed largely 'ia tbe Interest of Beach of this kind and Mr. Adams will fields and more.harmonious feelings between -

.. the da AWlll nodei..I't a to. pa; ments. '-Mrs: Stow t.'wll1gal assume I winter reardeafs of tb 'Ea lt Sides where the /fish shipping business, and Mr. AIled no doubt find that his enterprise will{ fill tbe miners and their employers.'*
Rates e. Apply tbe active. management this season' and they own a handsome winter home: Mr. says the catch .of pallet in the river a Ionic felt want. He stated to The TropIcal (Signed) W. B.Witsoi,
I [,Woodbury care II.}T. Grant, d.U ''.:'d thinks the river that the first ship National Sec'y and Treat. .
: ,1Iroprletor'of reaches
t already she has booked several, Quests Maddock, 'la !the a large 8,000 ,. Sun'' yesterday /
+ I. f f at ia fish will be exhausted. There are of musical goods pad arrived and United Mine Worker.
who-will arrive In a la w days. ., crock'f1.nt.bllsbmoat Brooklyn, soon ment
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i ver" Shoes-AMTHOMV B oa.* Vltal's Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S a I resident of Palm Beach. Daytona Journal. possible I Nov 4th 1903.
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There Is general rejoicing lit West Died at Eden, Fla., of heart failure IF

a Pioneer Paper ot o. County. FIor..... Palm Beach over the fact that) workon Friday. October" 34th, at 8 p. m., Capt. LAW.a.n.ontuuxawuat 1 ; FIND WHAT YOU
rock road Is aboutto I Thos. E. Richards, wb- was. born in -- --
the new county ., upo.eouamaCIf1LLINt1WOltTlidt -
Published Every Wednesday asd Saturday roads Newark, N. J.. June iSth Spa Want in the way of
be commenced. The good
aTWSST PALM alAOM DADS OOUNTV.SUBSCRIPTION .I'1.0"IOA, I Captain Richards was born'of old Puritan ClYitltl lt.:

7 problem Is always of primary Impor- stock and was the oldest son of AtTORNEYS AND COUHSELLOR,>,.

.}? )t tI1} : PRICK, I9.0O: PEa YEAR. tance in a rural community and :. Samuel and Lucy Blgelow1 Richards.He itoucli.. 1"Ia. I TINW ARE.
West Pal in -, :
'1,1'i. ... there i is; no exception to the rule here, was a shipbuilder byv trade, which JII.:11 ., p Pill ... J ,
"j ',' Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, for with nothing more substantial occupation, liev followeduntlltlia fall of '" \,,( I "i'' .l \' IG

HARRY L.. BROWN MANAGER for a read foundation) than loose I i 1879 when falling health compelled: him H. ..'. iiUANNINO!, :i k...ii HERE

sand, locomotion and transportation 'to. seek: a more congenial climate. He ; n ,. t I :
J ',' gntered at the Poatofllc/ of Wnt Palm Beach river Attorney and COlUra n68Jlol'-4f.La'l; SAN )11'- IT AT ,,:
1a ..aecond-claM motet are both oat of the question.But ,came to the; St, John's to' Lake "' .+ rd yOU ( : 1 J .'
rock Washington and bad bis sail boat hauled ( over Bank.) ,
Introduction of Miami 1 I Y ... r
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 10O solves the difficulty and Dade county II over to the Indian rivers and began-- a 3.161903. WEST PALM BEACH,, r+LAW '" I d'' /. ,j '. \" :

Is distinctly in the lead in the matterof search for a home In the then wilderness JU 1t1JJ'J'OALF.: ,' .'. 4vATtORREY 1 'J c' 1'- -'HA"lOH T.,S,1 \. ,
extending south along the beautiful lot '. ,' .ay
+ around road This town la )
will building. soon ,
Cleveland ,
ti Grover come dish river. After weeks spent la p -- f-LAW. ( /I. b. "r fYlQ'U
i all\ right. He la now able to nit up to reap the practical benefits of peeling for a location he. settled i I NOTARY PUBLIC. *. I /' kind It at tire '' o. \ >e'

;[, I" and notice things. good roads and but few realize what miles south of Tttusv4lle, and havl Will/ rotlcatn County,slat.and'bwderali> ,' ..... ... .. l lf'
Court --
great: proportions those benefits found it a paradise to his recent Nor LAND CASES A SPJ<<:IALTY. '.
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the debt oft will assume Already there baa ern home he called, it Eden, and li Office T OPH) >*L SDH Block I .
; I: "Every nmn must pay West Palm Beach, Diulo County f lorlilaH.B r11QIUIltAltIT'S
j debt a been a tightening: of land values all always )been known' a. tbe; father j 1
t< 't no.ture"-and that Is the only ,- eat Paliafcaeh.OotiSl500'. !
along: the line of the new road and Eden. tlAUNDI RS.Jr.. ,
I great many men ever | the- lake front. The To Captain Richards' perseverance
along people
ATTORNEY JIT: LAW New T --Fall PacMngs'of
who have settled down In the truck- and untiring/ energy the pineapple Industry I. ngs ,
k there is anything: In good roads, of this State was'brought up to a Corner Oil,.aud Datura8lreet."' It ; "
Dade county will soon enter upon a growing: sections around Lantana, financial success,. to which i. due the l:06rva: PALM. BEACH rLORI/A/ the'newest good :. 9' now in stock, amongst wliloh I" are 'some '
and Boynton are rejoicing '
boom, the like of which baa never Hypoluso settlement and {prosperity of the 8IItCoast' /' of the nicest Fruit i small tins, such vie :- .

been known in the State. : that they are to have easy from Fort Pierce to the St. Lucie A .. '. Sliced Lemon, Ing Peaches; '' U cent

access to this town so that they will river and in hia',death the county.; and L7'/Is. Preserved atr" betTles.. !i" .- U 9ens .

; be brought closer to the comforts of State have lost one of their best and and NOTARY- PUBLIC. Cranberry S e, large; tin 2fc cents!; ,

Tewnty-three foreign government life. And last, but not least the moat valuable cltlxens, and the Congregational Asvntol the U. S.Fidelity A Guaranty Co..ol Small Limn-, us, Just beautiful; t .j f 16. cent r
I and thirty-four states have taken local merchants are counting on an church one of Its oldest and U.ltlnioi. Md. A large assort 1.jft of OLIVES: ranging in price from ten, !A, '

action upon the subject of making Increase in trade by reason ,of the most honored members, also Us deacon. Office at coroer.onr of Oenmtm Strohm'.tore Anne,and 1-4-1903 Nerla.u.tr.et. cents to. 60 c ntflG300lttle. I 't *

I exhibits at the World's Fair. fact that their out-of-town customers For the 'past three months he has --West-Palm Itmiclu STUKFEDfTLlVKS15! : ) and 20 cent.

will find their way to the stores borne his stiffening without\ a tnnrnier TABII2S:: E. ANDltEWS"ATTORNEYATLAW" MariBcUinortherrles!, qts > P. '?-, 75 cents
complaint and all this time : OysteVs\ Dot Cracker "- "" 1Q Dente" 't
t. The Tallahassee papers are rejoicing much oftener than has hitherto or during .Crisp ; \
he has bad to remain sitting in a chair Cracker dust for chops fried o'yste'TSnsb, rt4 P"
the fact that "the old village been It is "
: over possible. a great thing NOTARYPuBLIO, 10 cents'
waiting for the summons from his Mas etc., full pound package' i-
: blacksmith shop" Is soon to be for AWl/at| Palm Beach and the town Prosecuting Attorney of BrurAril Co. o'clock
\ ter. Yet he has never complained but And the nicest cookies for tea, or, lunch 15p
torn awny. Truly thia is an age of should respond promptly to the said that he was awaiting his Master's FT, PiEKca AND TITUSVIU.B FLA. I t'' : \ ,

,1 progress.: ____. changed; conditions of transportation. call and ready to obey His order GEO: M. UOlUtlNS, I BUBKHAKDT :Finest :(Sroceries
L. w.
41rI Everything was done for hi-a that med- ,
I The two Gainesville editors are ical skill and loving hand could do to Attorney and Countelor-at-lau/ It will to purchase our I Coupon Books
pay you
.9 scrapping again. Get in the ring D mocrBt wbo participated in the make his last days aa pto"lI8ntt\ was Will practice In Slat.and Federal Courts. -
boys, and fight it out. This method the end TITUSVILLE PLA.MEDIC'AL I
.i,. primary elections last July and fail. possible, and. came peacefully .
.' will certainly prove more agreeable ed to vote In the general; election and quietly in the midst of his family '
1 I to your readers. and friends. He was one of the Maaonklodge' : AND SURGICALD.
.11 :- Tuesday certainly displayed very valued -members .and brothers, --- --- ICIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl111111111U111$1111111111I1f1U11/61i$ / /
taste to the least. InState EATON M. D.
poor say the neighborhood' oldest and best L. JliJIIlIIllll!!
that i
; I The Arcadia News complains politics, Florida Democrats. _
I friend and neighbor.: None ever went HOM&OPATHI8T.WEST .
:\t s the Tampa lleruld "appropriates"its are practically without opposition, .r /
\ to Captain Richards for a favor tbat he PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. We .
( editorials from the Chicago Re. but the day may not' be far .distant turned away empty handed.. Rr.ldeneeoppoalteMethadietChurch.: ; Office: 9 :
'l Clematis Avenue, ifext to Alasonle TAOipltf.Ollltia
!t, ,:: cord-Herald. Tliid is a tip that certain when other political organizationswill The deceased leaves widow, Iwo hour H to O a.m.2 to 4 and T to 8 pt.ni.. ,
$ other Florida papers might find muster' sufficient force to be sons and one daughter, also one daugh Sundays! U to 4 10.m. '

,'i 1' it profitable to follow. looked upon as a power In the land. ter-in-law all married and living in tbe Special Attention Wuuitiu and Gtvon Children.tn DiMeawa ol a Will I t:

I(: ,1' Apd; perhaps, after all, it is just as Immediate vicinity who have the heart- :
I -! +: :/ The fall ejections are over, and it well that It should be so.NN felt sympathy of tbe entire community e .

is to be that the politicians in their lad loss of a kind husband and PHYSICHH AND BURGEON I
_I f, 4 hoped. father. 1 clove "a n < \ HI'! :- E: 'T
V;, \ will give the wheels of progress: a Offine over Strohm's store, WEST PALM' ', i '
: .eN.NN.N. ..... The funeral service. were held at his BEACH. Re.lUooca near Royal Poln- 1::.
n chance to turn for the next two I
". J WHAT THE STATE i if late residence at a o'clock p.m., the elena I Hotel.PALM BEACH. IS-i =-= S 'S a
1 years. 23th, Rev Weatberwax: Melbourne == E'

Already the first installment of PRESS SAYS i who is also pastor of the Eden Congre- RD. POTTER M. D., =-=

gational church, officiating after which
winter visitors has arrlvedand from ..........................1 his body was taken charge 6f and buried -lIt-U8: WiCST!: PALM BEACH. BI.A: 3 Our stock of Hen's Clothing: g'

this time on train will increase A Freeze-Out Game.
very the Masons in downpour of rain.
I by a l-. PLAITS M. D. and to. Schriiidv-: ,
"It the number. Let them come, and Editor Frank Harris says be la still Tint ban laid' hit hand c. 3 Furnishings : ;

4 may they enjoy our sunshine and I standing cm tbe Chicago and Kansas Upon my heart geetiy.-not smiting It I PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. 3 Block Clematis Avenue '. 0:
But aa a harper lays bill palm
bealth-glvlup I I :cl i ima te. City platforms. Wonder if Frank is Upon his burp,to deaden open vibrations.Titusville and Telffframs night: delivered all hours of the day ,

1 ever troubled with cold feet.-Tallahassee Star. 12-29-140 FORT PIERCE, Fla. 3 ,and will be glad to see 'our

Mrs. Helen Wilraana Pout, the Capital. .. '- --
H friends and in
DENTAL patrons our
"mental scientist, of Seahreeze, A Chance Of Base. For Sale.

i says that there Is no neccessity for J. T. Blanchard has resigned his posi- MY NEW aa-FOOT.LAUNCH. Oak 1>1C. IIOUOIITON =i new store, next week. |f !"'

people dying that "men die because tion aa city editor of the Tallahasseean throughout.( Staunch and spee.lyIf : DENTOS" --

j c their father died," etc. This is pro- at Tallahassee and will write the editorials taken at once, will sell for {57)J.) HOLLAND OVK. PHONE 1* -3.

bably true but all\ the same it is a of the Daily Capital. Now watch Don C Morris, West Palm Beach Fla. WEST PALM BBACH. -

habit that will certainly be bard to the Capital column sparkle.-Bartow ---- -...- -
f k throw off, and men will die long:after Courier-I D lorinant. Executive Appointments. I|'I>.. II. MACV i S. SC2HNEIDM1'NThe

they carry Helen's body to the ceme Governor Jonnlals1las made tbe following DENTIST .
Cotton Mills Needed Office in Jefferson Block .
tery. '
1 appointments, and commissionshave WR8T FLORIDA Men's Outfitter Ia
When consider that the finest been forwarded -
yon the
by Secretaryof
Frederic W. Taylor, chief of the cotton in the world is grown in Florida State. 3 druber's Block West Palm Beach S-
of And does it not seem that within her bordera NOTARy PUBLIC ;
Department agriculture ; ;
acting chief of Horticulture, is making factories might be found Yet you a score can or travel more'rom cotton one Peace J. C of, Gramling District No.to 10 be,'Dade Justice county.of the C UY 1.I'IETOALF. r ,nnornninnnnu'"c"nnnnnrsnrncml' ' ''''''trlll t lm 'rnrnrntnt' r rr

: a tour of Southern State fairs end of the State to' the other withouteven Notaries Public for tbe State at largeA. .. ,
S and eastern cities In the interest of seeing a bleacher?. Without establishments E. Pooser Arcadia; John H. Miller NOTARY PUBLIC r
\ to utilize our products we For the State of Florida at
I' his departments, which will have need not expect any great amount of Tampa; F M. Vandleman,Jacksonville Deeds, Mortgage' Leaaee and Contract Largt High Class PhotographyOur '
about thirty acres under roof and prosperity-Palatka Times-Herald. ; D. II. McClellan, Dorcas, and Uraltvd.
I? i ,
large outdoor areas devoted to various Miss Lulu H. Hooker, Jacksonville. Work CO."Y.n..lnll liunranteed a Legally Spec..1t7.All Correct. )

methods! of farming: and! fruit That's What He Will Do. _. Want Palm Office B I While Our Bob" Davis'has now proclaimed AI A 1 rt KI

..l l growing. the his housetops gubernatorial and the aspirationsfrom stump, its When You Know you'What take You Grove'Are Taking Tasteless CIVIL ENGINEERING o i III an Amateur and Promptly Printing Done for

rj"4" i lIon. James E. Broome, of Gads- dollars to doughnuts be will be a candidate Chill Tonic because the formula ia GEOItOE o.CIVIL. UTLEU. Studio in Schmid Block West Palm :Beach Fla.

's den county, baa already announced for tbe position at the proper time. plainly printed on"every bottle'showingthat .

t 1 himself, through: the, local papers, asa For years it has been his pet ambitionto it Is simply Iron and quinine in a ENGINEERAND .lTRYI.
f; tasteless form. No No /
pay eta.
cure. ,50
candidate for Secretary of State in manipulate the ribbons of govern DEPUTY COUNTY SWVEYOR ,

1004. Mr. Droome probably thinks ment of the State. In the event of bU FOR DADE COUNTY.

that the early bird captures the candidacy, which Is practically a foregone Private Preparatory School ...Local. 8.C. Rv.Agent for FOMPANO th> Lnd- VLA.Department".-1 of_the STRAHAN'S STEAM LAUNDRY
conclusion it's safe
a propositionthat
but it has
worm, perhaps not occurred FOR GIRLS AND BOYS.
he'll win hands dowD.-5t. ESTATE and
+ to him that the worm mighty
Record. MISS L. E.HINDRY.Evernla Street and save the over bultonleia shirts
y 11' worry ; and faded fabrics
have been captured if it bad notE
been Monday; October 6th, 1909: R. MOSES Work called for and delivered promptly or If left with M. 13. AuiLmaD":
so early.
Just So Sessions 8:30: to II a. m. la to 1:30: p. m. Suooettor to A. W. Robert. the, Clothier it will receive the same attention

If Florida editors would stop the free Piano lessons by arrangement.- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE STRAHAN'' BROS. Proprietors

It. may be that primary systemis advertising habit some of our; politicians Agent. for We.t Palm B"ah Town Lots also" Cor. Clematis Avenue and Railroad Way. '
a blessed heritage: of the Democratic would have to go onto) business. Spaceis West Palm Reach water Worka"
r part in this State; but when a newspaper'a capital, and we fail to PaSSenef[ Rates on F. E.G.Reflnceil. Clenmtui Aenu,near OlUeStreet.! LUMBER
t-U.UlOt: weak Palm Baachk FloridaH AND BUILDING
the vote of Florida, in a general election see why column. of matter should be MATERIAL

Is a only id by cold calculator given to a politician any more than to a -; H ARCHITECT AND BUILDER "lXf'"W Keep everything In the Building Line from the brick found-
who that In Starts that Is merchant. In booming a candidate yon Y LJ Lion
'S see n growing to the ridge cap, Including sash doors '
with enormous strides the vote are advertising. him, and he should be Until further notice the fare from 'II). nuowN, paints'an.J builders hardware. and blinds:
made to pay for It. We would like to Port Lauderdale Jensen and luter. .
I 2-v t Is dwindling In a correspondingratio
hear from our exchanges: on this sub mediate points to West Palm Beach, BUILDER. SPECIALTIES
the situation may yet rise to Flana and peclfleatlona prepar.d.Jobbing :
ject.-Palatka Times-Herald. will be i cents per mile to all who
trouble us.-St. Augustine Record. patronize this office. Almost daily I Shop work ua Datura given Street.prompt attention at Masurys Paints and Varnishes, Neponsett and Paroid Roofing Paper.

Money In Sugar. hear people say, "1 would like a East
It Is nnnouwed from Washingtonthat : Hon. R. E.'Rose, State chemist, who' new set of teeth, a gold cap or 611- Lute b id Sopjly Company

the gold. dollars to be struck in is undoubtedly I good authority on the ing ; but I cannot afford the West hire; BrigRa'wilI: take a few select

I commemoration of the Centennial manufacture of sugar cane, ia addressing Palm Beach prices boarders, beginning November ijth. EAU .

Celebration of the Louisiana Purchase farmers' Institutes on tbe subject, both' Le '* Bee how many of you mean it. October 3 t-at. GALLIE FLA.

by a World's Fair at St. Louis' of the cultivation of sugar-cane and the Write me :how to obtain the t cent, ,

r, In 1904)( will lie ready in December of manufacture of the juice into ,sug r. railroad fare and reduced hotel

this year. Two designs will housed, Mr. :Rose auger is positive can be that made first-class from Florida granulated rates November; then ISth bear I in have mind cut that the usual until The' Man With the Hoed Or the Hen Who NeverSfl'W '
Jefferson who
head of
; the
one negotiated '
dental prices just 33ij cent. For A I IOG
i sugar-cane at a profit a large profit he per
the great: purchase, the other asserts, even when selling the sugar at a example: a set of teeth for which Ialways Any man and every man. U now offered a chance to rope In a list of goood thing's ."

the head of McKinley who issued the less price than it coats to produce beet charge: $25.00 will cost you NNN NNNN ..NN N ,
If this Is a fact it la a tremendous N..N..N.N..N.NNN '
proclamation of the World's Fair. Kogar. |t6oo. Make 'your contract now ;
fact for the Florida '
The number will be limited to 250- Rose backs up his assertions producer.with'Capt.figures have your work done any time with! I HONEST GOODS AND PRICES i :

000. They will be placed on sale by which bear out his statements. in 6 months. This reduction la for Are Our '
The Loulsana planters are now prosper the time specified, and does not affect Special Features.
the treasurer of the World's Fair, ing because they nave adopted Improved exiating contracts rt NNN..NNN.NiN..........$4......................
;; the act of Congress which authorized methods and machinery which saves ,

the issue permitting this to be done :. tbat which was formerly wasted, and by I I Dr. MILLED, Dentist., HARDWARBFURNITURE M E. QRUBER BICYCLES ,
which they a sugar tbat is CROCKERY AND :
under the proper bond. They will ready for the tale when it leaves their I Room 32 Jefferson Block, SUPPLIES
1. Y be sold at a premium. I hand for market.-St Augustine Record. 'I I West Palm Beach. WEST PALM BEACH, 'FLORIDAPLUMBINU

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A kAAAA/W "It ie b Uflve\ < among the aerv&nt< "It J. finished\ she said "and they: $ $- "" .:&ie86at&

that Vladlioir l I. also In lovd with the I are ;;. a". Tomorrow night will be a Good Health ,

Amcirlcnn girl and that she Is In love severe' one and they will retire at HE ATTENTION
TERY with him. And the American don't on Some one must be on guardant ; of subscribers i, ,, ,
.now-but be tn'y be Iq love with her olds( powerful.) Tonight I moat J 9
and blood
are Inseparable. It to The Sun
pnra Tropical is called to
also. '. ,
GRASLOYpurl lea ig something your blood U bad,your health must nut- : .
"Th lovers! She is tQI'tunatno fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose I the date on the label of their IIVv
I wO' liny,'moat unfortunate,. Wth) : ftO ar COWTIvzn.1B vitality lust as'.. poor fire. under the pa-
nd bndi "honorable f 'any' '' .. boiler allows the steam to run down.
e and; 1oer TVO- --' '
If that date is' ior to
nla fortunate, but with three-ando From poor blood to Impure blood is but per. pi November
'" : ?lOmOOGhi1 a step, and Impure blood Is mother to a.
I>1I pDE'" Neslerov! g{ (a too much. ( (. large percentage of human ills. Dr. 8, 1902, they are in arrears for : ;
]IthwinotoM d lo not soo'Icturn sngpyct where )TES
purl** D..I l4 : ABOUT a Iron Tonic is an antidote for ,J I
Y. th camo l Y 111. e both poor and Impure blood, for It Is subscription and should forward all )
TYYYTTYYT.T \\o you mean of|,'>lI painting of my t' STATE FAIRArmngemeats both a. builder and purifier-a food : >;

!;U1Il\' 7 U ad' nut: ''seem Wl'e."UIl8 co In, the rrlneeyl'fYlincanarar; : and a me cine. It 'Is the best combination amounts due promptly. "
ot',.OUlf arm,",'.atel:. I m o.o'I I It Yo;, I y t'fcaog; on the 0 t ofSKho kind known to medical l ,, ,,;, ,,
m.Itt.'-unddubttdl science, ar% its success for halfa
'W nearly
L i vel :you been Jll or Injured? OtNesleroy's / have been made!! forsuppling century H|> led to Its endorsement by THE TROPICAL SUN. :,

S tF,(djurtyj. 1 oj,fell from an ttnuet ha d when.Yladlnttr one painter( y and Vladimir"r' Ills parents power to exhibitors: of machinery thousandsHf medical men who have >:< I, ,\ r ?.' "

e., cautious. It must I wet bent, to Siberia. .We'slorov. took the what a very attractive exhibit of been nnabH o find a substitute %$jt3j&sSs& *35 $:)=C ,
I more '
tmchilHry in active Is ? .
\\IUD a'.i14 J' boast." Your bate too pal igp'd'Y r A',' .
of being an excellent horseman. Vladimir lnl\\lifted, as you' aqsureiT ., +

!l\lq\ their meal'wu'dnlshed" they: Jr-no t least as I W ve- told, you." A f n'Vl Dr.fiarter'sIron B ri, ,
R herd of Devon cattle wblch :;
led together through; the rooms of '"Thtii{ Vladimir' rfl it ,bo Deal} 'thlB" I :' Vj t
Jaoa. place." M % lit sweepstakes sward at the 1 a1

am quits';tnt f stecl ta your? pal- Therese stiuddere.ft :aln. CharlestoyLExpoiiitioa will be exhibitedat (. n"W :
sa14 the princess. "It ta Dot the "lie la-he Is In tiff dungeons under Lake CI Tonic

I bare, been,, but'lt la excellent.oouin i this pslatre she ww >ered \\a terror.A A "
sudden change t ie over the princess. The EsqiUio village/ which r -ent1y flOTOR "I

She walked I IjSJisltatlou 'to dud;' attracted BO oiuch atteutlon' at tC \Interstate will Inure TOO against the many evils resulting ; ,\)
tire Pair' .t Atlanta 111'1100\ of tram Impur*blood. I blotches,
fro jroom.
across ? 0 : tumor u
kidney disorder" *, dnpepBa| Greatest POWER i
Then Nesierov n- t suspect that Midway attractions of our Fair, 144 female l weakness, uwml.. chlorosis.! eta, are a ', :
i.1n i. Vladimir holds tbe k. t4 the mystery ,.. < law danger or,them is the; but general the greatsstavll weakening. ,of the the greatest whole SPEED ',.,,1;

of-,Graelov," Ihe salt: topping again All arstmn, which affords aa opening fur every .
before Theresa.VI regular/ freight trains will transport passing disease ECONOMY
'do' n6t know whoa. thinks. The articles constituting part, fof counly The following' only one of the thousands( of 1
American also Is beroi der a charge exhibit. from any regular freight station testimonials ws have received: Least WEIGHT I

I IY Ih Il r ? of conspiring against tllOn .zar." I free of charge when marked by ship' ,"I eommenecd using Detroit Dr.,Mich.Harter'a,Jan.Iron 10. 1901.Tonto 'f NOISE ';

then,|t.becomes earer. These ping tags furnished.by the official Stale when prostrate from a,seven.attack of rheuma. ;
Americana are shrewd. This one, per-, Fair representative for each county. tism.this disease Afar! wen using completely three bottles eradicated all traces from of VIBRATIONMade

r flaps>. in'' -order''' to gratify his love of '" ./.......,and my general health...reato"A. ",- .my

truth, fans net himself the task of dl... Hillaboro Lee and Polk are the latest boa.no a,equal blood,and purifier I most Dr.sincerely Hartor'a. recommend Iron Tonic in 4 hp., 8 hp., 14 hp., and 35 bp. a hp., will be ready soon
"overlng the truth about Or "lov." it to all persons suffering from .
'"Who knows" asked Therese. "But additions to' the Hut of counties making conditions fatigue, rheumatism of UM system:, and produced the many by weakend Impover CEO R.. WALLACE, West Palm Beach, Florida 4 4510710710S109tOtitOkO'ilOle0710'1x0'1e07e0f.107105g0710910
bow ho know anything about' official exhibits.. The number i I" now blood." Margarita F. Yesiell, r''
would .. ._,_ ___.
the mystery of Graslov one-half larger than last tear, If 'we No. HO Second AT* I'

good fair (...000.-. ...that..... i10itoI10710110i10i10710 ,I
b True, but yon say Vladimir1 and the' had / tbetf what must It be tajumoalal g anlss.lr o It }",,. +
American girl are In love. Vladimir this year? Come and see for yourself. Every: bottle of Dr. Har- 31 :

,may fold! the have girl.; :discovered She may Something have told and the' -.-. V; the"ter'a Crescent"label.Iron Tonic Don't trade-mark accept has our a i National Bank of the State of Florida'i il ilo '

H (American, who may not be a lover, buta PR< friend. She p1lYlave\ enlisted bill Math tnlf t? It 1

efforts l Iin the- task; of unraveling/ the Tuesday, November lath DAYTON MEDICINE OHIO COMPANY i JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i' .I Iu '

mystery." oPNINO DAV. .. Dr.H_'.Wild CtMtt?""..... a
... ova mtnm -U awn or. H rto .. 4ida.Pse r
"It is possible. 3
'Mti.;, v>tum i''fu>M Haver _/" "What else did you bear" HarrU' Nickel Plate Circus tne of : sus EvEEtttvmE X STATE AND CITY DEPOSITORY, io oo ote

.,/I4 axolatrned: : "Nothing' ; that la all. The American the bet organizations of its kind<< cm the r

[sere are,some,barbarlsma. but I pre- was'arreated' as he was about to leave road; wives two full performances on CONSERVATORY METHODSIN 5 JdHN ,N. C, STOCKTON President THOMAS P. DENHAM, Cashier its

ne 1 :you.",'get; accustomed to them, -Inerla. for Perm. Vladimir was brought from Fair Grounds, to which all visitors are s JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier te

Tlvoloffgky, a small village near here." admitted without extra charge. Two o.o ro
''la' Siberia one gets accustomed It'
"By the orders of Neslorov? band concert. Trotting pacing and
[ almost anything;!' he answered. "It must be, since they are In the .MUSIC. Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmers .
,She continued her Inspectlon'wlth In- dungeons of his palace." running races. .. .. ,,310 atui Fruit-Growers Solicited. r
erelt; and suddenly came- to a atop be- -- It
"Anil that Is all you heard r '
re's',' Vn'ntlng.' ,, ;Nealoroy's. tace'be-' "All-everything." Wednesday, November 13th. Normal Teaching A oitoDto.to.toko.olRo.tostoko.toKoK okol.oetoROaostostotZosEOtROIROKoK; ;

ama a sbade paler. "It Is enough to place me upon the GOVERNOR'S! DAY ,.
"M)' couHln, whom 1 have never SpecialtyHARMONY
right scent. You must not, however,
il" she exclaimed, -clasping her give way to these fits. of unconscious.. prize musical contests. Live stockparade Do You Want a k
finds and InK"rapUy'at[ of.all animals entered for
the'plcturo prizes.
ness. Be stronger, be brave.
gadlmlr'had puliited. purely: Nlcho- ,"It Is all very 'well, princess; but If Band concerts Riding tournament be. Studio.<< Park Cottage, We have them to Sell,and If we have STEAMBOAT 1 1We
". that must Princess, : Alexandra.' ;you dad lived for twenty years wltb tweet teams of coy boy riders frum different none on head. tomiH, we can build H.
narried your elder brother.- ,r the horror of that' crime overshadowIng Florida counties; Inncemen's con .if MADAM E. HULL JuMt what you want y,

Ink: you ar@ mistaken." 1dNe- ; you..wltl a constant fear of the Siberian test. 'Trotting pacing and running: ------ are also PreparedTo
Y u'suruly::: toust have seen
N mines weighing; ; upon you, you At'
race. night convention of C.' M. A ARTSON Furnish
would not be calm." "'-
FVhen. mere Infant. It.. only; I appreciate tt*
Poor woman
-y." her- portraits:that I recognlae feelings In the matter. But try to maintain Thursday, November, 13th.MIMTARY TAILORINC- Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write .
She beaatlfuL '
wad very On '
'composure, for one mistake DAY
your for in
\ or on us Anything
fiiit terrible
a sorrow,to heel To lose d
now, the slightest suspicion on the part Competitive company and squad drills Our Line that you need.
er child heir to a tine estate and ID All Its Branches
princely title and then lose her own' of Neslerov, may destroy the efforts we" and target practice by six companies of Co.
last Merrill-Stevens
have made during the two )'ean. Engineering
life, so young, with thehorrible 'mys "Six months. princess. the Florida'" State Troops Parade andofficial ,
still unsolved whether she inspection of by Adjutant. PRESSING, CLEANING
tery as to **For since husband died. 1 troops
died of grief and a broken heart or by have been Working upon this mystery General :2'>f the State .Official parade DYEING AND REPAIRING ,

the hand ,of an enemy: Oh, that mystery since I returned from Paris two years and trials of horses entered for pre- 15.34 I-HOI-KI.TOK Jacksonville Marine Railways

solved of! araulovl. Will, It ever be ago. If God spares my life, I will miums, besides racing con testa. Trotting ., 1

avenge the crime that was committed pacing and running races. Band
"I fear not" said Nesierov solemnly. Shop on Olive St. Weal Palm Beach

"I did not know you bad this pic; against That evening our branch the of princess the Neslerov.met Neale-. concerts. . :1XiY.! . : . )OO@'. .. . . . A

ture." ,sate Olga.; "It Is much uiier'' *
rev In the dining; room wltb no show of Friday, November i.th. AGENCY
than any we have at home It was Her smile 1 tthetn People
emotion. was aa winningand lSk>
done by a. master band." SCHOOL CHILDHgN'a DAY. :
her wit
as sharp aa ever"I .
"It,wan," assented Nesierov.The have not seen you during; the aft. Children's Flag Drill. Foot Ball CONTINENTAL .
painting had saddened Olga. and said : Who are thinking of building<< a winter home in : ,
ernoon fair cousin, ''Nesierov. Game for the Championship of the
she passed on, making no moors of bel'JaughlnS' West. Palm Beach should WHITE to : t
"But I have not forgotten you. I have, State between teams of Stetson University ;, ;
criticisms. been gathering; ; the resources of Tomskto and the Florida Col PLANT COMPANYOf
returned to her :
She soon rooms", M.M.BR0eK
give; you a fitting welcome to our J.
Oratorical and I
where her attendant was awaiting her. city. Tomorrow night there will be'a lege. literary contests

The woman's face was pale and she reception and fete here In :your honor." between pupil. of public schools for gold Kittrell, N. C. Architect and Builder I: .
seemed to be struggling with emotion medals-in Columbia County Court
"Tomorrow night?. That la quicklydone. --- : "
Olga'stood before her with for Plans anti Specification Contracts for any size building
a peculiar ." House at night. Band concerts Trotting c.> r'rislon.
light; In her eyes.Thereae and 8TUA.WI1BBKV PLANTS {: whether hotel or private house, given; personal care and
"It does not take long to arrange such pacing!: running races.
," she said "an oil painting here. We have few social Cabbage, Tomato AHI! ,Celery Pl.utVAUNATIUX .. L: Address, West Palm B..acli, Florida super'I.'I.:
of my unfortunate cousin Princess a pleasures thing that when the opportunity Gales will be open from 8 a m. to 6 p. PINKS . . . .@@@@(ii . . . . !>@ ( <
Alexandra., ,hangs In Neslerov own '
.room.", occurs we grasp It greedily.; The officers m., daily Midway. attractions superiorin A Specialty. ---- -------- .

{ "What! gasped the woman, starting; ,of with the their garrison families and ,the will head attend.officials quality and varied In character open Wo hanille': fto..s and PlowfrliiR, Plants fin, LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS

np. Then, as some strange terror over- dui ing these hours. At night on the O,,V;.!rsb.r., : Glen 81. Mary. fin.A ,
You must not expect to see the grandeur
.i came her sh'e shuddered, and with the of a fete In St. Petersburg or ParIs. public square, in town. beautiful stereopticon share of your:p traniiK" auliilteil.: A. T. UOSK. rroitrletor. ''

whispered cry. "We are loatr she fell ." displays,, with electric light MAIL OR, ERS ROMeTtY! ", FILlED Launches, Yachts, Sail and' Fish Boats, Row Boats and Dinghy
to the floor unconscious.CHAPTER k
!fit would weary me," said Olga. effect. AdJrew PRANK COfK Built to Order Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out.. f
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The perfecting arrangements; for the. ,l-li-tf P. O. Not i<<. Went Palm Beach PU
Boat Yards at Mangonia.
About "Old Nance.
fete made Neslerov hurry away and
left to herself. She had 10-18 tf
was Wlllson
Olga soon Mr. J. M. Jr.Is inclined to --Son
OW 'Therese, tell me what Geo. S. Hacker l f
but the
resolved upon certain plan.,
y have learned. Why did be sceptic'' ss to the statement In the -------- ---- ------- -
MN you activity of the palace In the 115 >17Ollloo
preparations "" Kwotory ,
Fort Press saying that Old
Myers lenillomo i
the fact that the picture of for the coming; festivities seemed MAWON'SGU tlie"tBayNtCarr .
Alexandra the Nance" was the widow of Otceola the r uoi I
hangs upon destined to balk her. She roamed I rind su low- y '
wall of Neslerov's room make you through the great; rooms alone, scanning famous Seminole Chief. lie maintain tt:8nOIt'H", fi' VA JELLY room -H it \\f. nay

faint You' have learned something. the faces of those she met, speaking that she was the siatet-Ia- sw of Oxceola, t lllllVIV I Mt .fnclcaunville.
Tell me. to few, but watchful for the opportunity sad showed us s photograph of the old Jelly \ CANDY R r,n'.hlOtor."n.1 AKIMI.dm .
Theresa was sitting 'in a chair, her In nil Townn on KHMI
she craved. woman taken a few years ago when she Cuiwt.x .
face white and drawn and In her
eyes It was nearly midnight when she became amidst
was a bewildered look. was 85 years 01-1. a group of her
I disco aged; and went to her ar
"It was not so much what I.beud.prlncetlll. great-great-grandchildren. lie laya Osceola' .PCC '
as :what I knew and suspected. I room. The servant of the palace were wiyes went with him into captivity W ;
for '
still at work arranging the room
.", she answered.. the dances -- and were with him when he died in the When You :Need !
"I! know what ;you' know. 'I suspect i Viands of tbe U. S. Government, and Its .Yw. a. y.
But (be'princess did not retire. She
lz, what you suspect. Tell me what you not reasonable to that the U.
beard" she said sternly."It : sat down near a window and waited. snppoe OP ; Mantels and Grates 4
was In the serfs' hall" she said From the ballroom windows the glareof S. authorities would allow the wives of MANUFACTURERS Tiling

In reply to the princess. "'I''' was eating lights spread out upon the surrounding the noted fighting: phlef to return to Doors, Sash ,
tree and From below their former home. lCatalogue"
I ; no one seemed to ask: who I was.' buildings. Blinds MouldingsAND Write us for $:
voices of those who ,
and they talked as servants do.. T1adJu came were making Mr Wlllson is a personal friend of '
mir Paulpoff Is In danger of his. Ut.f .." ready for the reception.TJierese tbe Seminole and has seen '. Old -- and Prices 1FL'ORIDA ?

f Princess Olga gave a start but re- came' In to prepare' her mistress Nance" and he may bet considered an Building: Material,
for bed. '
covered her composure "Not Therese." said the princess authority on thla'subject. But, be ,av., MUM i SUPPLY CO. |
"Oo on" she said. "Tell me alL""H wearily.yet., "I shall not retire.. If the Fort Myers Press will ace Dr. CHARLESTON, S, C.

seems there Is an American do Brett of their town they leant ira' Largest Factory South.
"You will make yourself 111. said can more JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
not remember what they called Mm
Tbsrese nervously."Do : from him on this subject than perhaps Send for Priced "
but he .U an American who builds
not fear-I shall not be IlL ButI anyone 'el Kissimmee Valley Gazette : bridge over the rivers for the new
am not ready for bed. I must wait .
railway. He knows Vladimir PanlpoftHe GEAURIDEAU
D. M. ---- -----
and act. --- -

girl-is you also remember-we a friend of that met,American. at, the "You will 'iearn nothing tosrlgbt." To Cure a Cold in On Day PALMS SHAVING PARLOR. Insure in the Old Reliable

fair In )Moscow" "It 1* a bight to learn. Leave me Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tab I
FlnHM-lfiM' Toniorla work bj
"Frances Oordont I remember be*. alone." lets.. All'druggilts refund tbe money if Old ItallahlB.. Germania Life Insurance Company

She gave liberally to the charities. .Tberese stood a moment; watching it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgna. HOP UNDER HOTEL, PALMSLIGHTWOOD Ott
Well?" ... ., the princess 'with a wistful loving tnre is on each box. as cents. -- OF NEW: YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860. '

.. "It woiil- seem from what I heard glance and then she went to her own For particulars address O. LOPER BAILEY Manager for Georgia and w '

t that the governor .is la love with her. room. j POSTS Florida Box 340, PaUtka: Florida. 'b

(( and that' slid rejected, ,him. .These: The Princess fat with'scarcely"a mo- First Class Lightwood Posts for

things are well known among the serve tion tor more thao two bourn. An observer 8 Pineapple Covering and other purpose ---- -- -- -- at

ants.. It seems the American and Me might easily have supposed she < Address
slerov had a. fight; and Kesleror' was, bad gone to slCep. But suddenly the
Injured... ,- glare o{ the light from the ballroom This .Icnatnr. It on nary. box of tks genuine H. HOWARD SUBSCRIBE FOR THE} SUN -

"lie told 'me he fell from a horse.I I died aw.$,'and the princes* rose to' b.r Laxative Bromo-Quiniae"ai.iu Sebastian, Fla
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There in general rejoicing lit West Died at Eden Fla., of heart failure,1 IF

Pioneer Paper of Dad County, Florid Palm Beach over the fact that work Friday Octobers) 4th, at 8 p m., Capt. LAW. .. FIND WHAT YOUr
I Thos. l E. Richards, whj was born In
''t 1 on the new county rock road ta about O. e unu43sowosvn. "JlO. O.OUhRlJlI'HnLLINGWOW1'U& )
Published. Every Wednenday and Saturday to be commenced. The good roads Newark. N. J. June iSth, 1830. I II Want In the way of
?I AT wtaT PALM BIAOH' ,DAOI COUNTY.-LOWIDASDUSCKII'TION I Captain Richards was born of old Puritan i ( .C'(11UtlJ
4 problem Is always of primary imporatones stock and was the oldest son of AtTORNEYS ANt COIJ''REUOR8!'\ r ..
'r }.' ,( PRICE, 2.0O PER TfRAB. in a rural community and Samuel and Lucy Bigelow* Jttchardn.He ';
I ilcttcli.; .TINWARE"u#
Went Fatal J'IaJI.I'1 .
: there is no exception to the rule here, was a shipbuilder; b,.., trade ,which I / ,r4',' ,.'",.. .. ...
Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, for with substantialfor 'fall ? ,,, / I
nothing more occupation he followed,,until'tlie 011 ---- --- .r -

p HARRY L. BROWN. MANAOIR.i' a road foundation than loose 1879./when failing< J I II ,
locomotion and seek morn congenial climate fe -
sand, transportation to a : } "
a,, ;{ i'' Sintered at the as.eeon4d.Imatter.Ponloffice of west Palm Beach are both out of the question.But I came to the St. Jobtitf river to' Lake Attorney and JoUnaelJoNz.Law' ., ci YOU dflLHHAlCIElf&;$' "; IT AT ", '

introduction of Miami rock I Washington and bad his s.1boat\ hauledover (OlUoe over I) nk.l:'): \ I.i, .'
'" to the Indian river''and begad' a a-i6 1902, WEST PALM BEAt fl.;'ALAw' "
SATURDAY. NO-VKMMKU 8. 11'011. solves the difficulty and Dado countyIs J l J
1 '
t search for home In the then wilderness --
',1 :-:- distinctly In the lead In the matterof a ... MK'i'OAtF, '" ;>," """If'r .,.
extending south along the beautiful r,' ( (
: il!>, Orover Cleveland( will come around road building. This town Is soon ; I I:
\ dian river After week spent In prc A TrORd1BY.4 TLA W. '\ '
+' ,, :" all right. lie Is now able to sit up to reap the practical benefits of peeling for a location* he settled i I NOTARY PVBLIO. ,>I You'll Find It at .tlioTCighC; \''Prices, L .

/ and notice things. good roods and but few realize what mile south of Titusville and have Will uraotloaln Gonniyetslea.d") IvUera! ,

? great: proportions those benefitswill found it a paradise to his recent Nor ConrtaLAN CASKS A sPBCIALTV.timeetnTROPICALBad .- .., '
there has home ,he called It Eden 1 > Block. I
the debt ofnature" assume. Already ern and .. ,
ir "Every man must pay West' Palm Jloacb. Dude, County, Florida. 'r t11UIUttAItDT'S
and that Is the only debt a been a tightening of land values all always been known as the ,father .
+ >e.e t> D mwh Oct.81, stir)'
along. the line of the new road and Eden. TT I3. 8AUND12U3. Jr.. nm %
f great many men ever |Iay. .
along the lake front. The people To Captain Richards' persevere 11a T' { Packings '
who have settled down in the truck- and untiring energy the pineapple industry AITORNBTfxllT New ngs--- alb _

I,;.. If there Is anything In good roads sections around Lantana of \his State was'brought up to a Cornet Olive and Datura Street,' it'.. "" J,

i; Dade county will soon enter upon a growing Hypoluxo- and Boynton are rejoicing financial success to which i ia' due the la6rva. PALM. BBACH, n.ORlf A 'Of the newest gboc: ) a' now In stock, ''amongst. :which' ) .are 'gome_
y' ; boom, the like of which has never settlement and prosperity of the East of the nicest FrultfOi small tins such as t- .
been known in the State. that they are to have easy Coast from Fort Pierce to the St. Lucia AJ,. LJJS, *.: l Sliced Lemon, Qlng )Peaches '15 cents'

access to this town BO that they will river, and in 'his'-death' the county and A.roHKer-MT'LAtif/i/ Preserved tr* bel'\'les.. ,- ? .U. eDtll'. .

be brought closer to the comforts of State have lost one of their best and and NOTARY PUBLIC. Cranberry Snfije: large: tin 2b cents ,

Tewnty-three foreign governments life. And last, !but not least, the moat valuable ..:citizens and the Congregational Agent the U. S.Fidelity 4 Guaranty Co..ol Small Lima. WSU*, just ..beautifuli; 15 cent I .
'i and thirty-four states have taken local merchants are counting on an church one of its oldest and Baltimore, Jrtd. .A large aMBortntfat of, OLIVES, ranging in price from ",tab, <
action upon the subject of making increase In trade by reaeon'of the most honored members alao Us deacoa. Office claw"at, Htrtwt nuroer ovarStrohm'.turei of Clomall8 Avenue and 141902WentralmUeaoh. Nar. cents to 60 c ntcf bottle. ,1'? '. I f J 'I / ". (

f 7t j exhibits at the World's. Fair. fact that their out-of-town customers For the 'past three months he has --- .! _____ STUKFEDI/LIVKS 15*and 20 cents

1 will find their way to the stores borne bla auflet ings.' without a tnnrnier T A.IUE E. ANDREWS .Marlsobtno berries, qts /I'a (- 76 cents
or complaint, and during all this time !l OysteVs Dot Crackers 1 1Q cents J '
J. The Tallahassee papers are rejoicing much oftener than has hitherto ,Crisp ? \r .
.' he has had to remain silting in a cbalr ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Cracker dust 'for chops, fried 6ysters. flab, .> "
1M. over the fact that "the old village been possible. It is a great thing NOTARY PUBLIC,
waiting for the summons from -bis Mas- etc., full pound package- 10 cents'And ,
V blacksmith shop" Is soon to be for (West Palm Beach and the town proHocutliiR. Attorney of BrerirJ,( Co. ;
I ter. Yet he has never complained, but the nicest cookies for tea, or, 5 o'clock lunch 15pI. '
1 \ .' torn away. Truly this Is an age of .should respond promptly to the said that he was awaiting his Master'scall FT PIERCE AND TITOSVII.I.S, FLA.GEO .

v 'f progress.: I changed conditions of transportation. and ,ready to obey Ills order : M. UOJiVlNS, BTJRKHARDT 8. .Finest ;Groceries
.. W.
r Everything was done for bin that med- ,
The two Gainesville editors are ical skill and loving band could do to Attorney and Counselor-at-Laur. to our I Coupon Books
It will purchase
pay you
scrapping again. Get In the ring tnocrat8who participated in the make his last days as p1e.1 ant as t. was Will practice In State and Federal Conn. ,' ,

1 boys, and fight it out. This method primary elections last July and failed possible, and 'the end came peacefully .. TITUSVILLE; FLA. i. .

'i' j I' will certainly prove! more agreeable to vote In the general election and quietly In tbe midst of his family -- --- .
"1 readers. and friends. He of the Masonlj MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
': ..i to your was one
: Tuesday certainly displayed very ---'-- UII lII1 !!
lodge's valued members ,and brothers 1ClIUl1lUI11111111111lII111l110111181N1U1111lI:
\ poor taste, to say the least InState \ D. EATON, HI. D. !
"\\I'' f The Arcadia News complains that politics, Florida Democrats the neighborhood's oldest and beet L. :
friend and neighbor. None wentto HOUKEOPATHIST.WEST .
: ever 1II1II1I1iIt
"J ,, the Tampa Herald] "appropriates"its ,.
are practically without opposition, Captain Richards for a favor that he PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. r
if editorials from the Chicago Re- but the day may not' be far distant turned away empty handed Rewlilenea: MetUi dlHt Church. OMceClviimtlH We F
111) Avenue, next toMa uiilu Temple.;
This is that
cord-Herald. a tip cer,11 y
when other political organizationswill ) The deceased leaves a widow .two .
t Office hour 8 to 0 a.m. 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
tain other Florida papers might 1; find muster sufficient force to be sons and one daughter, also one daugh Sundays :a tu 4 p.m.Special .

( -.. it profitable to follow. looked upon as a power in the land. ter-in-law all married and living in tbe Attention Wuuieu and Qlvcn Chlldran.to Diseases. of wmflove. I t

:> ,11 And perhaps after all, It is just aa immediate vicinity who have the heartfelt

,! J' The fall elections are over, and it well that should be so. sympathy of the entire communityin HI.o.. HOOD )14 D. =-= ,1=,
their sad loss of kind husband and ..
41 Is to be hoped that the politicians PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONOfflne .... '
(\"III :o
father. ::::: ;
) will give the wheels of progress a .......................... The funeral services were held at his IIGACII.over Strohm's Residence store near Royal WEST 1'oln-PALM == ..', ', '
[. chance to turn for the next two 1 ., .
i t.. WHAT THE STATE 2 late residence at 2 o'clock p. m., the clans Hotel. PALM BEACH. ll-i =-= ,'
years. 25lb Rev; Weatherwax Melbourne I -
I PRESS SAYS who is also pastor of the Eden Congregational I RD. POTTER M. D., --
I Already the first installment; of :::s '
church officiating after which
winter visitors has arrivedand from ......................... his body was taken charge 6f and buried 1I-IIIt-IIII WICHT!: PALM B ACR. FLA. Our stock of Hen's Clothing'and :

this time on train will increase' A Freeze-Out flame.
L every by the Masons in a downpour of rain. '
j. the number. Let them come, and Editor Frank Harris says be 1 Is still I Time bule''" hi* hand c. Furnishings .to, Schmid

.; may they enj-> our sunshine and standing" on the Chicago and Kansas Upon my heart,gently.'not smiting Itt; PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
But hie Block Clematis Avenue: .
a a harper lays palm
health-giving climate. City platforms. Wonder if Frank is Telegram delivered all hour,of tbo day ,
: Upon bin harp to deaden It.vibration and ulght..
ever troubled with cold feet.-Tallahassee -Titusville and be to
12-29-190 Foal PlBHCK.: Fla. will glad see, QUt"friends

t .Mrs. Helen Wilraana Post, them .Capital. _________ a a- -

"mental scientist," of Seabreeze, A Change Of Base. For Sale. DENTAL and patrons in our ||

says that there Is no nercessity for J. T. Blanchard has resigned his position l- MY NEW 22-FOOT-LAUNCH. Oak I>K. UOUGIITON =: new store next week. lEI'
that die because
h people dying men
as city editor of the Tallahasseean throughout. Staunch and speedy aDENTOS"HOLLAND --
t their fathers died," etc. This is pro- at Tallahassee and will write the edito- If taken at once will sell for $575. J. DOCK PHONE 1. -ar

bably true but all the same it is a rlala or the Daily Capital. Now watch Don C Morris West Palm Beach Fla WEST PALM BKACK.I 0 .
habit that will certainly be hard to the Capital column sparkle.-Bartow a. -

r throw off, and men will die long after ,CourierInformant.Cotton Executive bJ.> II. MACY
4 Appointments. S. seH'NEIDM1-\'N ES
'1 they curry Helen's body to the ceme- I Governor Jennings baa made the following DENTIST 1 ,
Mills Needed Office In Block .
+ tery. Jefferson
i l appointments and commissions WEST PALM BBACH FtORIDA The Men's Outfitter *' iE:='
When you consider, that the finest have been forwarded by the Secretaryof : '
Frederic W. Taylor, chief of the cotton In the world is grown in Florida State. -T =S Oruber'a Block West Palm Beach
Department of agriculture and does it not seem that within her borders NOTARY PUBLIC 1

acting chief of Horticulture, is making factories might be found Yet you a score can or travel more from cotton one Peace J. C.of Gramling District No.to 10 be, Dade Justice county.of the Ci UY I. METCALF, i rrrnrnnrnrnunrnnrrnnrtrrrrrrrrnrrnnurrnrrrnnrnrnr r $", r r rKish

t I a tour of Southern State fairs end of the State to' the other withouteven Notaries Public for tbe State at large .
e and eastern cities in the interest of seeing a bleachery. Without establishments -A. E.. Poorer Arcadia; John H. Miller NOTARY PUBLIC -- I
t to utilize our products we For the State of Florida at Large.aeila. '
s bis. departments, which will have need not expect any great amount of Tampa; F M. Vandleman, Jacksonville Mortgage; LMIHM and' Contracts 'Class Photography
about thirty acres under roof and prosperity.-Palatka Tlmes-Herald. ; D. II. McClellan, Dorcas, and Dralt.d.Conveyan'lnK .

i + large outdoor areas devoted to various That's What He* Will Do. Miss Lulu.,R..___Hooker.,. Jacksonville. Omen Work Uo.m"t..II..IfRIlr Iu 1'H..IO.a Specialty.All SUN;Jllotkt: Correct.. OOP :Work is Unexcelled'
methods of farming and fruit 8 Went Faint B While Our Bob" Davis has now proclaimed AI.A.1 rt! KaIIlman
lt' groing. or i

i from the his housetops gubernatorial and the aspirations stump, its When You Know you'What take You Grove's Are Taking Tasteless CIVIL. ENGINEERING Developing Amateur and Promptly Printing Don,for

lIon. James E. Broome of Gads- Chill Tonic because the formula is .
dollars to doughnuts he will be a candidate KOKGU O. BUTLER Studio in Schmid :mock
West Palm Beach Fla.
botUe'showlngthat .: ,
printed on
den county, has already announced for the position at the proper time. plainly every ,
r himself the local it l Is simply iron and quinine in a CIVIL ENGINEERAND F
through papers, asa For years it baa been his pet ambition
candidate for Secretary of State in to manipulate the ribbons of govern tasteless form. No cure. No pay. 50 cts. DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR TRY _., /

; 1004. Mr. Broome probably thinks ment of the State. In tbe event of his FOR DADE COUNTY. R

that the early bird captures the candidacy, which Is practically a fore- Private Preparatory SchoolFOR t1.band B. C. Rv.Agent for POMPANO th. Land- ri.A.Department 6-l-laoo of the STRAHAN'S STEAM

I gone conclusion, it's a safe propositionthat LAUNDRYand
i' worm, but it perhaps has not occurred GIRLS AND BOYS. --------
him that the he'll win hands down.-St. Augustine REAL, ESTATE and INSURANCE
t to worm might
-, noL have been captured if it had not Record. MISS L.E.HINDRY,Evernla Street eave the worry over buttonless shirt and, faded fabric.
t been HO early. Re-opening Monday; October 6th, 1901 WALLACE. Work called for and delivered promptly, or if left with M. B. Auitmaa"
'. Just So; Sessions 8:30: to It a. m. ia to 1:30: p. m. Sueceator to A. W. Robert the Clothier, it will receivetbe lame atUptlon

4,1f'i' If Florida editors would stop the free Piano lessons by arrangement.- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.Agent STRAHAN'' DROSS .
: It may be that primary system' advertising habit some of our; politicianswould fur Went Palm Beach. Town Lota also Co. Clematis Annne and Railroad Wa,. '
-. io. a blessed heritage: of the Democratic have to go outol business. Spaceis West Palm Beach Water WorkXOTAKY *,,,

I, party in this State; but when a newspaper's capital and we fail to Passenger[ Rates.on F. EC. Avon!!..near PUBLIC.Clunifitln Olive Street.. .
11-Ut-luOl: Woat Palm Utmchi Florid LUMBER AND
:; the vote of Florida, in a general election nee why columns of matter should 'be BUILDING MATERIAL

ia analyz -d by cold calculators. given to a politician any more than to a Reduced ARCHITECT AND BUILDER VA/JW KeeP everything In the Building Line from the brick: found
1"J; who see that In a State that is growing merchant. In booming a candidate you tlon to the
j with enormous strides the vote are advertising bim, and be should be Until further notice the fare from p U. lUlOWN, ridge cap, Including Bath, doors and blind,'
J. 1" paints'an I builders
made to pay for It. We would like to Fort Lauderdale, Jensen and'luter.. 1. hardware.
-11 t Is dwindling in a corresponding
hear from our exchanges on this sub l mediate points to West Palm Beach, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. SPECIALTIES '
a ratio the situation may yet rise to Plane and apeclAeatlona prepared. :
ject.-Palatka Times-Herald. will be mile
2 cents per to all who
trouble us.-St. Augustine Record. Jobbing work given prompt attention at Manurya Paint and VarnUheg, Neponsett and Paroid
patronize this office. Almost daily I Shop aa Datura Street. Roofing Paper.
i Money In Sugar. hear people say ."I would like a

It is announced from Washington lIon. R. E.-Rose, State chemist, who new let of teeth a gold cap or filling ,' East Coast Lumber f aM Silly Company
9' that the gold dollars to be struck in is undoubtedly good authority on the ; but I cannot afford the West Mrs; Briggs wili take a few eelectboard..rs. .

J.o r t ,, commemoration of the Centennial mauufacture of sugar cane, is addressing Palm Beach prices beginning November Ijtb. EAU .

J .t Celebration of tbe Louisiana Purchase farmers' institutes on the subject both Let's see bow many of you mean It. October 3i-at. GALLIg. FLA.

by a World's Fair at St. Louis of the cultivation of sugarcane and the Write me {ow to obtain the 2 cent

1 7 in 1904, will be ready in December of manufacture of tbe juice into sugar railroad rare and reduced hotel'
this Two will be used Mr. :Rose Is positive that first-class granulated rate. ; then bear in mind that until The'Man I
year. designs With the Or the lien'
(. sugar can be made from Florida November Jjth I have cat the usual Hoe=: Never
of Jefferson who
the head :

one negotiated ;
sugarcane at a profit a large profit he dental price just 33per For .
tf! { the great purchase, the other aaaerts, even when selling Ike sugar at a example a set of teeth for which I Any man and every man, ta now offered a chance to rope in a list of Sod things ..,r 11
the head of McKinley who issued tbe leas price than it costs to produce beet always charge $15.00 will coat ..... g .
10'$1600. ........
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i proclamation of the World's Fair. sugar. If Ibis is a fact it ia a tremendous Make your contract now ; ..'r.........waje>.., ,
fact for the Florida
'I The number will be limited to 250-- Rose backs up his asaertiona producer.with Cant.fig- have your work done any time with. i I.: HONEST GOODS AND PRICES ii .
r t which bear his in 6 month This reduction Is for
, ,+u 000. They will be placed on sale by ores out statements. Are Our
Tbe Laulsana planters are now prosper ''the time specified, and does not affect Special Features
the treasurer of the World's Fair ... .
r ing they have adopted improved f NNN.N.NN.
existing contracts. NNNNN.
the net of Congress which authorized methods and machinery which saves .... .

y9L' 1 the issue' permitting this to be done that which was formerly wasted and by I Dr. MILLER, Dentist., IIARDWARSFURNITURE, : M. E. .,QRUBER BICYCLBS, ,
which tbey can produce a sugar that ia CROCKERY AND :
'F' under the proper bond. They will Room 32 Jefferson Block,
;' ready for the table when it leaves their '
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be sold at a premium. baud for market.-St Augustine Record. West Palm Beach. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA '

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UA- "It+ la beVevcd among the aervantal: "It 1* finished" she said, "and they; icDtcar&r3gK \\I; ;

that Vladimir !Is also 11\> toy* with\ the are weary. Tomorrow night will be a Good Healthand YV:;,':.<;" "I

American girl and that she) Is la love severe one, and they: will retire at i 'HE ATTENTION 'J ., ,1 1'
TORY with uim. And the American don't on*, a one must be oa suard- "J

know-.but he may; be In love With,bet and olds powerful Tonight I must : ;
also.'* pure blood are Inseparable It I to The Tropical Sun is called to ;
GRASLOYtautyou loa 10cr etbIDtr. your blood la bad.your health must suf :

"Th i lovers! She Is f01'tuuate-no, 4 fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose the date on the label of their -
I I: wo say moot unfortunate With"7o ITO as cmiususnl vitality just ""a poor fire under the paIL !

ono''' anti/ honorable lover any wo- --- boiler allow the steam to run down. \'
If that date is for to November :
mli fortunate, but wltb threq-and From poor blood to Impure blood In but per. pi ,?
1 0000TES' a ,and.Impure blood la ,
step mother to .,
1,1111 ore \I i Nelollerovl! t IB too much. large percentage of human iUs. Dr. 8, 1902, they are in arrears for i .;J '
.1 r atrtsn, ""lC.YYYTVYTYtYYTy tAarirWtols 'j il do not see t* suupect!' where ) ABOUT Iron Tonic, la an antidote for :"

'e the, /Ictnre cameo : I both poor and Impure blood, for it is subscription and should forward all
| you mean til)11 l painting of my t' STATE FAIR both a builder and purifier-a food :
nthotnce* Ic lan rar : and a me cine. It Is the best combination 'Q
taut-you, 'oo"'not roam to Co ; : amounts due promptly. t a'
]kea uoa of your al m,*"* said( mean It. Wf ; \f IS fcaucs on the t1C OSav0 0> 9Tx)s1..Jdff (DOt of1 10 kind known to medical ..
k $eetetOy'e'rim.) It IsSindcJubtJ science, arcentury i Its success for nearly half '
c vo you been til or injured rInjury. ,, one Vladimir:. A aKelnents have been, made for a v led to It. endorsement by THE TROPICAL SUN. : I''
; ., I fell from an un be piilntewhen J>y eiycpMng' to exhibitors of machinery thousand medical
power 41 who
men have
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a $
wer eat to Siberia JoBltrov took thegT" hat a very attractive exhibit of ,.-.,')/Ir' ; '"'-'o'r.; """" ; ",;
It must
t pet; be more cautious. i machinery In active operation Is f
beut'OU,stave the pan'' _
.n a wild'
? Vladimir lit .. \\alpnted. alguret:
,ofbetndran) excellent horsemen; uy [ as'yoq'kno _
least as I e told you." Dr.[ f fIl
WQ t their meal wan finished they A fnmUifi herd of Devon cattle which BUFFALO
fed,, together'through the rooms of 'rhl"; Vladimir t bo neat this. received 1j. sweepstakes award at the r

...lacu.am place.Therese shuddered kalndungeons, Charlc.to\\Expoaltion\ will be exhibited GASOLINE
quite'Interested In your pal i' .. Ire "
Bald the pdnc ,... "It Is'not the "He Is--he Is In tt / under ,at Lake Ci I Tonicwm ;

I bnve'neen'! ''! (+ but It la excellent this palace," she wl1 ered' In terror: : village,which ,
The Esqi\io MOTOR i
rs ently
A: sudden change II u t over the prlnigltatloa :

cess, She walked I } to and attracted! so such attention at t In- tnmre you against the many evils remilttngt "

fro" across too.room.' IcMlate Pair at Atlanta, will be 0 of from kidney Impure diBordera: blood., rheumatlam Scrofula: pimple: Bout'dynpepiitth,blotobea; Greatest POWER

;i "Then Neslerov n It suspect! that Midway attractions of our Pair Inmileweakneu. anemia, ohlorm.1.. eta,are a l y '
: few of them: but the greatest evil the .
Vladimir holds tbe k \\to the mystery: ., rreateat SPEED
danger is the general' .....kenlnlr of the whole t ;
0(. Oraslov. she salt plopping again trains system which| > affords aa openingor every I \
before Therese."I All regular freight will transport passing 4I8e_ /' ECONOMY :

do not know wha, K thinks. Thor articles constitution part .of county The following Is only one of \thousands Of ,

American also Is hero,; a charge" exhibits from any 'regular freight statln testimonials ws have received Least WEIGHT I

.. ,} of conspiring against tt 'zar." | free of charge when marked) by ship' "I eonmraeed using Detroit.Dr.Mlon.Utriar-s. Jan.Iron 10.loot.Tonlo + NOISE r

I MI MI'MV "Oh then ,becomes earer. These ping taRS furnished by the official State when prowtrate from.a severe attack of rheuma.
tism. A.rl8\' tulnsthree. bottles all traces of ww
Americans are shrewd. This one, per Fair representative for each County. this disease were completely e""loafrom my VIBRATIONMade
his love'' of system,and mj general health, .
d Imps. In' ;order to gratify was restored.
"e a blood purlaw Dr.
+ truth hfts' set himself the task of discovering IIillBboro, Lee and. Polk are the latest ha. *no equal,and I most sincerely Harter'a recommend Iron Tonlo in 4 lip., 8 hp., 14 hp., and 25 bp. a hp., will be ready .soon
d the 'truth about Ornslov." It to aU person* suffering from

"Who knows" asked Therese. "But additions to the list of counties making fatigue oolldl&loDIOfhe rheumatiam system and produced the many by weaken Impover GEO. R.. WALLACE, West Palm Beach, Florida 4 47eoAo

I how would be know anything. about. official exhibits, The number ID nowonehalf ished blood." Margarita. P. YeaiaU. _.
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the mystery of Oraslov larger than last 'year. If we No.lMO Second Ave

True, but you say Vladimir'and the, bad a good fair thetf what must it be (U,000 fvaraalM that aim tMttmnlal laolaa) olsoisolsolto7oitolso7to7eoltoltoisolsol.oleo7aoleo7toitoi.o7eolao7to
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American girl are In love. Vladimir this' year t Come and sec for yourself B' Every: bottle of Dr. Ban o
discovered something and "'r'. Iron Tonic baa. our V

,)may tol
([American who may not boa lover, buta PROGRAM. uh.tltut.e-lDaIMtOD i Dr. Harter'a.: o
a tf \ .
Math only ijf .r
enlisted his
friend. She may have

'ortlllln the task., of unraveling the Tuesday, November nth. THE DR HASTE OAYTON.MEDICINE OHIO"II. COMPANY JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i io

OPENING DAY ......01.of Dr.HUM',wild Chtny Blmn, I 2o 2o
mystery" .. .. ittiUttmm,
MU mil know* 0 H nM .
in, tohom I have! never ..eear'ehe "What else did you hear" toe Ir
exclaimed.: "Nothing;-that Is all. The American the bent organizations. of its kind on the o V .

ere are some barbarisms but I pre- was arrested as he was about to leave road; gives: two full performances on METHODS o JOHN ,N. C: STOCKTON President THOMAS'P. DENIIAM, Cashier. o ;I t'Io

ne you."(get accustomed to them-laorla. for Perm. Vladimir was brought from Fair Grounds, to which all visitors are JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier o V I 1 y yo

Tlvoloffsky: a small village near here." admitted without extra charge. Two IN It r
'ITes, In Siberia: one gets accustomed "' S
"By tbe orders of Neslerov;
band Trotting, and to
almost anything,'' he answered. "It must be. since they are In the pacing .MUSIC. o Banking Business of East Coast Business Men, Farmers" j

J, Bhe: *contlnued: her Inspection-with In. dungeons of his palace running races.'Wednesday .. and Fruit-Growere l Solicited.: "

rest and suddenly came to a stop be- And that la all you,beard?", -- '
ore a'fainting.:' Ne'lerov's face be'' "All-everything" November lath. Normal Teaching A oitokokokokot.okokokokokokok okokokottokokokoKokokokokoK f ,

me a shade paler. "It Is enough to place me upon the GOVERNOR'S DAY, .
"My, cousin whom I bare nevertoaf t SpecialtyHARMONY
right scent. You must not, however '
she exclaimed, ,clasping her give 'way to these fits of unconscious ,,Pilxe musical contests. Live stockparade Do You Want a '.
finds and, gaclng"raptly at tha"plcture of all animals entered for prizes.
ness. De stronger, be brave.
had painted. "Surely, Niche Band concerts. Riding tournament between Studio Turk STEAMBOAT 1 1We l?
jjudlmlr "It Is all very well princess; but If :; Cottage, w.b..ave them to Sell,mid If we hnvtioneon "
e?, tba,must bePrlneeu; Alexandra.: ., ;you had lived for twenty years with teams of cow boy riders front dif hand to unit, we caD buildJuiit i.<
elder brothfer." ,, tf MADAM E. HULL what YOU want.
Carried : the horror of that crime overshadow ferent Florida counties; laiicemen's contest PI

Ink you are mistaken, ," said,JJ eK ing youwwltb a constant fear of the Siberian Trotting, pacing and running are also Prepared 1'

... nwhen's lt 'I reli must have seen mines weighing upon you 'you ra< t .
would not be calm. 'IfHARTSON, ..
F mere Infant: It Is only "Poor I
''ther .. woman appreciate your Thursday, November ijth. ,Outfits for Irrigation. '
b portraits, thai I recap! feelings In the matter. But try to maintain TAILORINC- Pumping
She'wh' beautiful 'Oh, '
very for mistake MILITARY DAY
your composure one call for Anything In
$fiat a terrible sorrow,to her! To lose. Write or on ns ;
now the slightest suspicion on the part Competitive company and squad drills Our Line that you need.
ID All Its Branches
or child, heir to a flue estate
of Neslerov the efforts
may destroy we and of ,
( princely ,title, and then lose her owtk target practice by six compaules Co.
have made during the last two years. -- Merrill-Stevens Engineering .
life., so :young, with the horrible 'mystery I "81x; months princess." tbe Florida State Troops Parade and ,
official inspection of by Adjutant- PRESSING, CLEANING,
still unsolved as whether 'For you since your husband died. 1 troops JACKSONVILLE FLA.
died of grief and a broken heart or by have been wbrklng upou this mystery General :of the State. ,Official parade DYEING AND REPAIRINGShop ,

the hand of an enemy. Oh tbat mystery since 1 returned from Paris two years and trials uf horses entered for premiums ?.*, PBOI.H.KTOH Jacksonville Marine Railways

of" GranloYl Will, It ever be dgo. It God spares my life, I will besides racing contests. Trotting 'I _

solved fear! not.- said ,avenge the crime that was committed pacing and running races. Band ; on Olive\ St. Weal Palm Beach
"I Neslerov solemnly. against our branch of the Neslerovs." concerts
"I did not know :you had this picture That evening the princess met Nesle- -- 'iX! )(i)(!!

," sal., Olga. "It Is much finer r
In the with show of
rov dining room no Friday November 14th. AGENCY
than' ita have at home. It was ;
emotion. Her smile was .. winningand ]ftotfthetfo People
done by a master band. ber wit as sharp as ever. SCHOOL CHILDREN'S DAY.

'It.wa. ," assented Neslerov. "I have not seen :you during the afternoon :Children's Flag Drill. Foot Ball CONTINENTALPLANT ;
and Who thinking of building a winter home In
Tbe bad saddened
painting Olga ,, fair cousin" said Ne lerov. Game for the Championship of the : are '
she passed on making no' more of her I West' Palm Beach should! WRITE to
"But I have not forgotten' :you. I have State between teams of Stetson University e

laughing :criticisms. been gathering the resources of Tomskto and the Florida Col. COMPANYOf
Sbe soon returned to her rooms, give you a fitting welcome to our Agricultural J. M.M.BReeK I
her. lege. Oratorical and literary contests I
where hnr attendant was awaiting city Tomorrow night there will be 'a

The woman's face was pale and sheseemed reception and fete here In your honor." between pupils of public schools for gold Kittrell N. C. }' Architect and Builder :

to be. struggling with emotion. "Tomorrow night? That Is quickly medals-In Columbia County CourtHouse -- if Plans and Specification!!! I'ontracts for any size building, : r
Olga'' stood before her. ,with a peculiar done." at night. Band concerts Trotting .
light In ber eyes."Therese arid 8TKAWHBRKV PLANT'" whether hotel or private house, given; personal care ana super- :
"It does not take long to arrange such pacing running races. .
," she/ said, "an oil painting have oclalplea.ures Cabbage. Tomato ftHd ,ColAry Plant L. vision. Address, West Palm B.-ach, Florida .

of my unfortunate cousin, Princess\ a thlng'bere.that We when the so opportunityoccurs few Gates will be open from 8s m. to 6 p. CARNATION PINKS I, : . . . .: . . . . @(!)@@@(i. t

Alexandra,., bangs In Neslerov's own '
we sra&p'lt greedily. The officers m.,daily. Midway attractions superior A Specialty.
"Whatr' the startingup. of the garrison and the head officials in quality and ..rle.lln character open r I'nmt'plowprliiR '
+ gasped woman WK handle Rox. Plnnu fur WORTH BOAT WORKS
with their families will attendYou LAKE ;
Then as some strange terror overcame duiing these hours. At night on the O. V, 1'11_.Glen St. Mary. fls. ,
must not expect to see the grandeur
her she shuddered, and with the of a fete In St. Petersburg or Par1s. public square, In towu, beautiful stereo A chars of your patronage' noliolted. A. T. KOSi:, Proprietor. 9
f whispered cry. "We are 10It! she fell ." optlcon displays with electric light MAIL PRMECRS. # PROMPTLY! PH.1.EDAddress Launches, Yachts, Sail! and Fish Boats, Row Boats and Dingh
to the floor unconscious.t '
!*It would weary me" said Ol a.' effect. Built to Orler, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out.
The for the. -a- l-It-tf P. O. Box 144.Went Palm Ueanh. PU __ .
perfecting arrangements
CHAPTER XII.PKIHCKSa Boat Yards at; fllangonla.
About "Old Nance.
fete made Neslerov hurry away, and
Olga was soon left to herself She bad Mr. J. M. Wlllsoti. Jr., I. inclined to 10.18 tf P.
ow ,Tberese, tell me what Geo. S Hacker & Son ,
resolved certain plans, but the
r learned. did upon he sceptic' ss to tbe statement In the .
N you the act have that the picture Why ofAlexandra activity of the palace In the preparations Fort Myers Press saying that ""Old elltl YiNtOnyIts. r
for the coming festivities seemed MANON'SGTIrxVA \ 1>tl>, \
t the Nance" was the widow of Osceolav the Ilnlnuu
hangs upon' destined to balk ber. She roamed Olllce/ iiiul NuloH- ;t
wall of Neslerov's room make you through tbe great rooms alone scanning famous Seminole Chief lie maintainsthat JaMf"! of JELLY room. -It:a W. Hay

taint T You. have learned something. the faces of those she met speaking she was the slste;-In-law of Osceola, 4M.um'x \ Ht fuckMoiivllle. y,

Tell me." and showed us a photograph of the old r Brunch ..to..an.1 AKIMI l
to few, but watchful for the opportunity Jelly CANDY :
clra In nil Townn on H..t
Therese was In chair ber ?
sitting a ,
: she craved, woman taken a few years ego when she r COAMt !
face whit and drawn and In ber
was a bewildered look. It was nearly midnight when she became was 85 years old: amidst a group: of her
discos and went to her
"It was not so mach wbat I beard -aged great-great-grandcblldten. He says Osce- .poc:. .
1 room. Th; servants of the palace were
prtncoui, .. what I knew and suspected ola's wires went with him into'captivityand W
stilt at work arranging the rooms forth '
she answered with him when he died in the
dance. -- were When You :Need y. .
"i \know what you know. I suspect I hands of the U. S. Government, and It
But th'princess did not retire. She
what yon suspect Tell me what yon Is not reasonable to that the U.
sat down window and waited. snppone
beard," she said sternly. near a MANUFACTURERS OF Mantels Tiling and GratesWrite 4
From the ballroom windows the glareof 3. authorities would allow the wives of
"It was In the serfs' ball, she said
lights spread out upon the surrounding tbe noted fighting phlef: to return to Doors Sash ,
In reply to the princess. "l 'was eating '
trees and From below former home.
buildings. their
; no ana seemed to ask wbo I was. Blinds MouldingsAND us lorCatalogue" :
came voices of those who were making ,
and they talked .. servants do. YladL- Mr Wlllaon la a personal friend of and Prices \;
mlr PaulDoff Is In danger of hU life." ready for the receptlgn. the Seminoles and has seen" Old -

Princess Olga cave a. start but ear Therese came. In to prepare her mistress Nance," and be may be> considered an Building Material,

covered her composure. for bed authority on thia'snbject. But, be says, FLORIDA ,BUILDING SUPPLY CO. f
"Not said the
yet Therese. princessweariiy. CHARLESTON S. C.
"Qo on," she said "Tell me all. "I shall not retire." If the Fort Myers Press will see Dr, ., ,

"*H seems there Is an American do '"Yon ,will make yourself III\ ." said Brett of their town, they can learn more tl. Largest Factory South., JACKSONVILLE, -. FLORIDA 9'
remember what called him
not they -
Send for Prices
Theresa nervously; from him on this subject than perhaps
but he Is an ''American who builds $.
"Do not fear I shall not be IlL Butt anyone else.-Klsslmmee Valley Ga- .
bridges over the rivers for u.e.D8W
am not ready for bed. I must wait
Panlpoff. sette.
railway. lIe knows Vladimir and act. _--aTo D. M. GEAURIDEAU,

He Is also a friend of. that met,American at the "You will 'learn nothing tosrtght/* Cure a Cold In One Day PALMS SHAVING PARLOR. Insure in the Old Reliable
girl-you remember-we .. '
"It Is a night to learn. Leave me Take Laxative Bromo Tab
Morrow Quinine
fair In tbe r
Klmt-clnix TonMirla work: by
"Frances Gordon I remember ber. alone."' lets. All druggists refund the money (fIt "Ultt UollaW1 Germania Life Insurance CompanyOF ?

She gave Bbernllyy; to the charities. .Theresa stood. a moment watching: falls to cure. B. W, Grove's slgna< BOP UNDER HOTEL PALMRLlGHTWOOD "
Well?' ** '. '' thee princess with a wistful loving tnre Is on each box. cents. y NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860

.. -. "It woul. seem from,what.I beard glance and then she went to her own 'I aj. POSTS For, particulars address O. LOPER BAILEY Manager for Georgia and ;'

t., that the governor ls la love with her room. j Florida Box 340, Pa'.atka! Florida. ,1.H,

t( and thai .b4 rejected blrn.\ ,'obese The princes\ sat.,with'scarcely'a'motion First Class LIghtwood: ; Posts for

things are well known among the servants. for mON than two hours. An observer Pineapple Covering and other purposes -

It seems the American and Me* might: easily have supposed she AddressH.

lerov bad a fight and N..!lerov was, had gone to sleep. But suddenly the T '
Injured." .. glare of, ,the lights from the ballroom: TMa signature on every box of the fonuln* HOWARD SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN ;

"He told me he fen from a horse.)I died away,'and the princess rose to' her Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tallm 'Sebastian Fla "
da ..J bra. the remedy that ewiw ..*M tm .OatIf y

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For growing fruit and vgetaL4ee ..

!!' Paragraphs of Interest Concerning of Interest Boiled Down and Good News, For All Who 'Suffer nothing equal our, t COBT' IWlWJa

1 : the Great State of Florida Prepared for Busy Readers. : With Rheumatism Free. Clean, Dry Ashes I''" I it! _

-' i in General. : Record of a We k. Potash guaranteed 5 to 7 par I'. t, LOCAL ThARD 't142.1 !In Elect Aog. 20", 2."

:" I, To all who suffer with' Rheumatism: I .' .
S used fi'lu..lvely on our o .. I .."..OVft..u. ...

Secretary Hester's cotton statement will gladly send free the wonderful; ..5 farm at RK.('(era,. Close "" '.IOUIIIO-HA OOWN. _________
i The torpedo flotilla, which passed ofhpw mother cured ..fteryeara --r.--
Saturday showed the for Octoberto story my wn prices.G. S C,. I u\ _
total ,
down the coast last week, is now in Key of with the e..s CL $$ III LIllIS.
I suffering together Di7
West. harbor. be 1,954,687, against 2,170,142 last moat elaborate treatise on Rheumatism 11. GIFKNVeaLPilinIJeacb.Flii.: & < _' n.&ir' ,
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New' York capitalists are negotiating evtr published. ........ p I. .,'. ,.. kovtiIe. ... .Ai a .., _
for tue purchase of a half interest in the The Odendabl Commission Company No mutter what your form of Rheu- : .. :::: ::1 : ::::.::
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ltd., of New Orleans one of the largest: i. ...... .... Ii .n.n4
Key West Electrical Compauy. matlsm la, whether acute. tV: >ftc u .."i..1 Wnats .e : ::: : ,
i: ; United ; niiiji ,_:::::::: t ...............&kt a.Up
grain exporting firms in the p ........
I } JAck Green a general merchant of cular Inflammatory, ;defori t, sciatic LonisTille&Nawi ........ 1 4 i Z.os.........,......... 5 i:
y I States has gone into liquidation. .......S 9 IJi ......'........I tpn e. .....,.......... ..S a.t. .
for which neuralgia, lumbago .
Live is looking was gout c no mat- a.
1 Oak $235
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i I' Engineer Green Underwood and two e .:::.:::: 'I : ........... ::. '
taken from his safe burglars the first : ter how many doctors h< railed In p I'
by ii a. _ _
f ........ 51 F I ,....... .5-S.D ................ t S
of the week:, negroes are dead and four others probably your cano tnntter hovwn ysocalled'aui'e BAILKOAD .. .... D aru ..........,...1 IPoii'.a ...........,,, 'I a ..., _
( result of S I a .Lrei.v Sayrna, ........... 5 II S
A new bunk is to be opened in Quincy( fatally wounded as a a cure" you have rled wsnt you = :..4J 1 ........ ...1.oak alit.. ...... .. .1 Ii
wreck on a road Swamsboro, .... .. ........TjusvLU........', .. .w ,.. .
near write and l .00. .
og let
March to be known as the to to me DIe t< yo It how .g1 I ................ .' ....... ,
r on ist, 1903, ........ ._.. ui .................. .
First National Bank of with a Ga., last Friday.The S DI" mother was cured.I eiX First-Class Serice .........r........ ha.. ., .................BoazisoRe..r.......,.., a ......' "(LI'S
V P Quincy. eiV ........ ........ s-.., tan GaUl ............, ., "
capitalization of$3oooo. submarine' torpedo boat Protec- am neither Doctor\ no Professorlimply and QuickS ........ .U ..a..4. MSlbOSfla...?....?. ... ... .
f4 ... .......... '
launched at ..... ,,,fl ba ll Ml., '
toror wan successfully a plain man of biiHlnrsn- but I db
Late official reports claim that the orange ........ t... i : :: : : _
ti"; last Her I have. CURE for I Schedules toS ; ........ .
Bridgeport Conn.; Saturday. a Rheumatism and, I ........
will be considera- \ .......... ..,. 40 a ....... _ _
crop this seasou 4......... 10, ............... While t CII7 .
Diy larger than the crop of 1901 rescuing builders believe she can destroy the want to tell everyone who. Buffers with 3irtrXfham, Nashville, :;::.....:: :;: :: : (w : : j :::::::: :::: ::: p-
c submarine defense of harbor in the RheuniHtlHin all about it. I wish. t "be .. _
any ........ .I.nsea.... ... p1 a S
l boxes. .. ,
of e .
in the neighborhood 500,000 -Vanavtlle, Chicago .._ ,1.t
S .Smart. ...
world clearly understood mid that all I ., .* ..... ..... *.. "
t 4; The Alacbua fair has been on truHt Louisville Cincinnati S..d: ...........fte. So n<*....... ,. .>w S 44 5 .......
; county Senator Mark llano and J. Pierpont who are suffering with this terrible'disease rr ........ ....... e4 ."...... .... W.a ,Jspl1su'........... a $5 a .... .. S S
11;j this week and,, Gainesville has been however St. Louis and all pulnts ........ .... )' ..W 5 l .,.v.e..v C :: '
i apparently beyond the a. $ ..
Morgan had a conference in Cleveland West and Northwest .ID I .'......b4 ..BoyaSon.. ... aS. *
:::4 .'.. crowded with visitors. The exhibits Ohio last and It is believed reach of cure will write to me this day .S-0'....... ..- .. f e ............. udsMalae..no..e.e I M .

-- fair from at this Lake fair City.will be taken to the State that the object Saturday of the conference was the aud work I: of will mine send you I appeal by return especially mail thin to. Mobile\ Points, New Southwest.Orleans and allS I .....................aij j a '""i--' "" _Wtcat.01W...,.,.,.,.,.,..,....,,,Lv a C *e5$ e. ._ S

( combination of all the soft coal interests the "chronically ill"- who are wearied t I SOFFIT pAHtoa OJLE* ON TBAIMS M AHB r* st
Thro, gh tickets via the Louisville) & ._
of have been
: Incorporation In the and discouraged: with "doctoring" and li
j' country.
granted to the Consolidated Naval to those who have been cast aside as Nashville are sold l by all Railroad Coupon DRA1IOIX uvas Boxtnonx.ua. S _
--- Last Saturday In Athens Ga., the "
"incurable. All have Ticket in Florida. S
yon thought Agents
Stores Company with headquarters at corner-stone to the Winnie Davis Memorial about Rheumatlmn may be wrong Let schedules and ;hI. B1 N.. as I s. ss N..40 .i 41 PALATA N..4$ (W.. 4$ I a.. e _s l* '" _
Jacksonville the capltllizatlon of whichis tell .For aleepll1gcarrea..rvtltllna. jMt. DaLI?. I IMdy. B&ily. DLig1UL&NO. DM17. I DUy. I.4&y. bMiy
Hall laid with me you our experience.: Surely. if
was imposing ceremonies
is three milton dollars. you Rheumatism! or have a suffer apply to s1_TVT t m.du"7:?_TBT Tar: iiiI:

J. I While out quail bunting near Tampa. When the building is completed lag Irlend it will pay you to Investigate J. M FLEMING ij5uuItjIug; f_I C |f s i u CrJ *?<* ,( *? ,'>, $ ___
; it will have cost- twentyonethousand S
the first of the wiek, G. H. Symmes Jr.; dollars. self my offer.then.*,claims anyway I make.and piove for yi ur. FtorMa 206 West Passenger St Aent L & N.Fla.R. R. r: &I MAO? EflO. rt I

I ; ''L a prominent citizen: of Tampa, was shot Send me jour address today-a postal Bay ,, Jacksonville .... ... U E EU
p1 ...... tk*.*........, .Al5 a C
It, and instantly killed by a friend. The Thomas J. Walker of the American card will do-and I will\ nuul you this C. L STONE i 14 p1 5 a1LV.?.. )dct.e........................... ,__ a S
; shooting was accidental. Cigar Company signed contracts in Nor. wonderful(story. If you tin j any friend Gen Puss Ag't. Louisville. Kentucky

t: folk. Va.. Saturday for the erection of a suffering with Rheumall-,\ no matter : TPoBR&NO1L j r _
Supreme Court Commissioner J. P. where located send me Uielr\ address _
l J Glenn has tendered his resignation to mammoth factory and temmery, which and I will mall them a copy My od- i Ii P jis ta u ca p 5 be a L..Jseks.nvflie..1'l I 5 a 1$ pI
will represent when stocked and KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOES 1O 1 I ce a si a I T H a II
completed a p
; the Governor and will enter partnership ICes Is VICTOR RAINBOLT Bloom- I QI q p P ite 4 a I ai p 14 a I ........... 'blo ll. ........*.. I 0$ a *1 50S
-1. over$t.ooooo. /field, Indiana. at ANTHONY BROS $ 110 sQ I 41 P P t .1 ...........Atisalls 5nIsi..a SO II 4aI
with C. McFarlane at Tampa .
: Hugh vI
4a UseS
1 05 p til 0. $_5 g p_, as _
I. for the practice of law. Monsignor -Falconio- the papaL dele lo.h ..IIl h.. $ SWrOaU

i f : Reports from different parts of Florida gate to Canada. who has just received DNC oa&xGm x'T *AMtl* .

official notice of his appointment as iihli (' tn1flTIn'OFFICIAL O and LODGE SLSiiiiiiii S en Sun, San. S MiiI
an .
indicate,that the winter tourists are nu ......... 6y
1 7 e a ag"..........Tls.jvtllS.l vi 11 p ......... .
- : 'J.!: i aUeady beginning to flock to the State.* papal delegate to the United States with R .TOORDER.. II. ii"..............kim.............. I ii P1 U P .......... lI i., ......L. S4
..V 115L4 $$ pL.v....... ..Omns ........ it S
_::1 It is expected that this\ will be the best headquarters ,in Washington" will go ttuIJu.L L)1'111111) .ag.I.v..O.s..n.:: :::::::::: : ;:::::::::: 55pA,. .... ?a5tUOI7.BiaO5..Lv 0$

f U season in the history of Florida. there November i8th. IN TWELVE HOURS 'lOa "-,..:::....:.. .!!. >Z....... :: 11M _
.; 4f' '"" _.Sma Tabi.s.Iiew lb.Itaa at whloh laid may. be asiwat.*.to arrtv aadrU Caro4fr0 ,
'I'' Indications are that the constitutional A thirteen-year old lad of'Covlngton, OP ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Works ......". iSailoa..S thv ant,, mi d.pa....* .. ib* UmM alated U ao. twviaSse<\
-' amendment! was carried by a very small Ga./ was last Friday night shot to death Stamp L.405- !Otnapaar .INeI'sessostbi Sc' "Cf I&laf. .. acJ -_- ealasg ..se.

;, : ''; k majority. The amendment is to authorize by his mother who mistook him for a GUY I. M ETC: ALP.. Local Agent. 224 Main St.. Jacksonville Fla. E

-- :i ; additional supreme couit judges burglar. The lad's name was Wm. Mc. Peninsular and Occidental Steanuhlp Connection. at, Miama.XIWZN .

; $'I relieve the congested condition of to// Laine,.and he was only playing; a Hal.! 'M'Y **..., KBT w&JI'I".AJn" u.&vucA.: ) .
I court. low'een joke on his mot ero- 1 G
:" ipreuie tj; Mulgoba Mangoes.Largest 8OU'I'1IIIIOVJID. .OBTaaOtnlDr dI

I By a sudden gush of supposed to .
: t Sheriff Fennel), of Alachua county gas '

? f) has captured. Jim Rhodes a negro who have been suphnretted hydrogen four Collection of Crotons in the United\ States. Palms, Phyllan I 1

-1 : I twelve years ago murdered Grant men were killed and three seriously affected thus pto. Allpotgrown. Full Line of Citrus Stock _

c Wheeler in that county and then !made near the Twenty-fourth street grownon High Spruce Pine Land. Address FM opr of Lead Tia*.Card.dthses_..Sj..S. .

after true bill had been beading of the big tnnnel at Niagara AQUTZL 1g ______
'D liii! escape a 3. D. BAII1'fJIIlI. At. G- :.u. Ape"
brought in against him by the grand Falls. J*. V., last Friday night. JOHN B. BEACHWest Palm Bench., Flu _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-IIIU L..1S

r. jury. The arbitration committee which is S 5 I '

f Dr. C. Porter editor oi the Ocala engaged in settling the differences existing ,
_ _-. : J. : CITY MEAT MARKET S Southern. Railway,
j.. Baptist Witness who recently underwent / between the anthracite coal operators

j l, j ,\ a surgical operation having oae and mine workers, will adjourn Florida and Western Meats, Poultry Game and }lg8. EFFECTIVE OCT. I. ipon.j4iNo : .

'I 1 of his ribs removed. Is now In a critical tomorrow until Friday November I4tb

fl '; condition. The rib way removed for when the taking of testimony will beginIn Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention NORThEASt R;;;.- No. : 3u NORTHWEST. } roul. No.Daily I

; the purpose of draining his lungs he Scran ton Pa. Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEACH. Dwil Dall! ,, ..... _
1 ,?,, L".hnck.oavilte. S"n''her. Ry 9 so s 7 5.5 P LV OCOlOUV.. SoMber C1 S 74.5P
having for years been a sufferer from fiRvennoh. Sonthern RJ1 I P .. 05 I." ..... Southern It" .. 10 4ip1.veliartotte
Edmund Bench, former member of Sonth..roy. 9 50 I sa Ar oeon' Southern. K" .. 3 00' 1\
coiiHumption. the House of Delegates: was Saturday ArDouvllle, southern Ky __: .0: Ar Piov4Iia.': Southern a" ... ''S :.II"
ArAllan.a. Southeria < ,.. s
I\ The Western Union Telegraph Company found guilty of perjury in hla testimony a-Ichmond.';; Ioulh.rn Ry 7ooajqp Ar Rockm.n, Co..thary ky y.. .... .yea.a
Ar SoulherDRy 246. 4071' Ar Rome. !IolllherllK, .. .,... a I,
't has acquired ownership of the old t before the grand jury at St. Louis, as to A c&rl..uev.i.e: Soulllen Ry 4 5.5. .5:11P: ArDsitoi,, southern K) ". .I
I Ar W..hlnglo, 8onthc'D Ky 7 4". 9 30'P Ar ChallA..ooJllO, $ouIern 'tv .1.. 9 45 :
'for the boodle fund raised
South Telegraph to
.Florida system, secure .
-Y' 75,000 Ar BRillmor. Pit R.. 9 oosii 3 P l.vChsttsnooga. Qurentreiesnt.. ... 0 no a
;' merly owned and controlled by the the passage of the suburban franchisebill Ar Phtlideiphta. .' P. R. 11M ii 12. 2,56. Ar Onkdale ueei. & Creac.ut.. .. 0.5'I
t' Ar New. York P. a R.; .. 2 co p6 3D a P.onerset. :,: .
t which has heretofore and five in -- S:3 : : queen : sos.
.5 Plant System given years the pen. \ ,- : Burgle, queen = 1. : f .o P
. t been leased by the Western Union. A itentiary. \ No. 34. New York:and Plorl.ia Express. flatly'!: Ar Lea ,,gton. pievu .II Crnt.. ., I' II'
\ .r ,, 4w Pullman' .Ieepn c.,.. Port Tampa and Jack. Ar CInctnnait.; i.iueen. It Cr.nt.... l. opsonvitic
',' I. material reduction in tolls over these (. to New York. DI.igcars. Ci"rln ... -
t ',; Francis Asbury Palmer founder of the LY BI... .u. Riite:: I 1D P
into effect last S Wsshlngtot: Richmond and Piorhis At Vbl""lo. ltll"Your Koute.
; lines went Saturday as a I.IIIIU..f. .
National Broadway Bank New> York "Ia Rlcbmond. Dally. Pullman Sleep. i
-_ result of the consolidation. Ing Cars jsck.oaviiie: to New Yurko Dining. ; l.-cln PeuD. Ua..... II S5 P
S died last Saturday at the age of ninety C.r. I ChlCllKOo PeDD.-thIn., .. .

4 At Middleburg, last Wednesday: a four The last dnys of his life were _ _ LvtncIurifl l : D.-M..nou.. ... 8 1.5 I' I
%( years. _ArChIcago_ _. _C. _H. A 1)_. -Monoll. L :
_: "' young negro boy was caught in a belt spent In arranging for the distribution ofa TO CINCINNATI THROUGh TUB LAND I,,,Clnclna.U, C.lI.AD.-Mint 945p

:54' .S at a saw mill and had both arms torn fortune of six million dollars among 011' TuB SKY Ar ArTol.do Detroit C C.H.H.'D.-M"'bl It D.-Minh* 5 iOsS .
_ ,\ a .,'" out at the shoulder both legs broken oft various educational Institutions of the ___ __ -S Lexington\ SonihRy ---.-.-.-.-. 7 45.I.v
& t, at the knees, one of which was thrown I NORTHBOUND ROUTE:. No.0; ArLoul""III." .., SO..lh8rllll". ........ 5 8.1'J I'
: country. .. ..... ..
Lv Jack.oivtlle Soulh..rll Ry. 75.5 P Lv I.oit.vlile Southern ity .. :'
\ twenty feet besides receiving Internal Lllavanlla"", Southern. Ry.. .... .. 12 3D. Ar III. V o..t... Boutb..rD ky "...T. ., I' P a
-III i t.' One negro name unknown was burn L"Columbia Southern. Ky. .. .. 700. 35
; Injuries. Strange: to say, the boy still No. i 3.toTh.. Plortda Limlteiitt.
.... .
p Ar A.h..l1.. Southern Ity. ... I SO I' 801101 5''
.. lives, and is perfectly rational. Fully ed at the! stake last Friday'Dlght., and Ar Hot SprIngs. Southern. ay ....... 237 I' train of Ve.llbul... Coa"h" sad Pullman SI..e". 'I
". two white men, Implicated by the negro Ar ArCInolnat Qlle.n, a Cr".lIt." .,_ 8 ia Inl ears Ja"kllOnvilielo CID"I..aali.. S >
hours before H. C. Hunt
twenty-four elapsed a physician S. S CIty P"I1\.r\ Ticket Agent
I. I (, ,..' could be secured to attend to the In his dying confession are being held '1'100' !o. Pullman Dra..lng.Room, sleeping H. P.VII"Carey.Ticket DI.lrtct. once. loll W.Ray Sirret. ;

!f' j.: boys' injuries. by a posse pending an investigation into CD'IO, Jacksonville to Ciuclanat soavil a. PI. I'DDler Agent Jack. 'I
it f
the murder of E. O Jackson aDd a mill I .
f.t; E. N. Maliry came here several C. H. ACKEItT (i.n.ral Manager. .. .;11
years owner named Roselle at Darling, ]Miss.\ Washluton !I. U. HAnDWIC.o. P.A.5 _. "
D. ( .
: t ago to take charge: of the Pope plantation Wednesday night. W. n.TAY LOSt.: A. (Ii. P.A. AUantA, Ga ,4,
/ifr lie did not trust the Florida cottonseed ''If
of his Herbert B. Marble of New York City, .
uI t so brought a supply own '
in the Court New .
\ Superior at Haven.
t '
with him. The results have more than SEABOARD
Conn:, Saturday was found guilty of Tri-"Weekly Sailings Between ,
justified his opinion. lIe has been raising S. .I'5,
_. S i 1 twelve locks to the boll. and clainis manslaughter and sentenced to one year 5S .
S his crop this year is opening faster than in jail and fined one dollar. While a $i.m LINE: : : : HAIL A yo .

j t': be can get it out of the fields He 1 Is driving automobile on the Willingford Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both way*. 'I S _

S \,' employing a number of people snd still turnpike Marble' struck a vehicle THE PIMEST STEAMSHIPS DC THE COASTWISE SERVICE S \ .

: occupied by John Mola and his son. SAVANNAh COLUMBIA, CAMDEN. SOUTHERN
; :. ; his plantation! it white with cotton.5 .- THE CLYDE ]JiElV EN( LAND AND SOLTIIEIIV LJNE PINES RALEIGH
4. The former was thrown out and received RICHMOND.
,; :, Tallabasseean.! I from which he died Direct Service Betweel.JACKSONVirXH. S WASHINGTON BALTIMORE. .
\( injuries later.
.' J ::1.1. The records at the office of collector of BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE .. S PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK S
t' General Miles who reached Manila AND AM EASTERN .
POINTS. -- -
t customs show that during the month of ----

,A \ 1/: October, 1902, there were 14,161,133 feet Saturday on the United Statea transport S tailing< at Charleitloa both wayo. Two Elegant Trains '
J : !i f.i., of lumber shipped from the port of Jack. Thomas from San Francisco, disembarked Southbound From S Dally" *
S Lewis' Wharf Boston
:ri sanville, of which I,113ooofeet were cy- at 10; o'clock Snnday morning. S Florida and Metropolitan Limited
Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jaoksonvlll Seaboard'Fast
A salute In his honor was fired from Mail
..' ,'. press, and 71,500 feet of yellow pine I
S &; were shipped to foreign ports. As compared Fort Santiago.: General Davis and a :I CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE MODERN PULLMAN' EQUIPMENT S S S

:;It / with the shipments of October of squadron of cavalry met General Milesat
i the landing in Manila and Between Jacksonville and Sanford. ,
_ .i S t T'' 1901, the shipment III October this year him to the Mslaoanan Palace escorted Slopping. at Pilatka, Astor St. Francis.& Beresford (DsLind) Sine .Spring aid ONLY LINE S .
;t are 4OS"0' feet excess, and 3,675,000
Intermediate Landing on 11I..8t. John River.
where Governor Taft
and the other
i I" feet in excess of the month of September members of the civil commission await. Steamer Operathig Daily Through Sleepers From .
W;" of this ear. when the shipments uCITY JACKSONVILLE"n
S I ed the visitor Miles has OF Jacksonvillo '
t,1; amounted to 10,485,000 feet. Governor General Taft's Invitation to live accepted S to ,New Orleans

t T. L. KoUnnon and son; Orrin, were at the palace while in Manila APPOINTED TO ,Alt AS POLWWt: : S "

; 1 !- in town yesterday from Melro e. Mr. Leave Jacksonville 3 ::30 p. m. Sundujra Tuesdays and Thursdays For full, information and Sleeper reservations, Call ott S.

r s l' Robinson says that the sale of wine in : Captain John H. Montgomery: president Leave. Sanford 930; .a.. m. Monday, Wednesday and Fridays Seaboard or write any agent
of the Pacolet Manufacturing Com .
Southbound Seedul .
Northbound S
5\ small quantities in that section U becoming
S pany'of Gainesville Ga -fell distance Read down Bead
a ap.
S .!1: a common nuisance, it being no nn- 1e4".J30pm ....... ,.. ... .. .. ,.. JACKSONVltt":. ... ..... ..............Arrive 1 oo am A. 0.. MACDONELL '' '
usual sight to see drunken negroes: sad sixteen feet in one of.the.new warehouses ', 845pm.......... ... .. ...... .PAfcATKA. ..... .... .. .... ..... Leave goo pra A.. Gen. Pa.. Agt., S

_ I:;t<" often white men, too, for that matter being erected tb4! Pacolet mill .. ( aoant .. ... .. ... .. .. .... .. ASTOR...... ............ ..,...... .. .. 1 Jo pra430am Jacksonville, Florida.
r very No. 4 Saturday morning. and sustained K ..... ...... .......... :wr.Pxaic1s ..,.,...... ......... .. .. i oopm -____________<__
in drink
,, who have Indulged the : to Injuries. from ,which he died that night.Ills .. ...........-. ...... BRRRSFORD (ll fAND) .... ... .. ? ?,,,., 5, ,

f excess. Sentiment is almost unanimous- skull and be 6ooam ....... ..... ......... BLUR SPRINGS/..... ... '" ............ ... '. uooan
J' 1- Iy In favor 01 repealing the law permit Internal Injuries.wal broken He was pet,haps nstatped the Arrive 30 am....... ..... ....... .........'..SANPOD..w 930 am TIlETRAVELERS
the sale of wine in less quantities
;. ting; General Passenger and Ticket Office '204
J than five gallons and a strong petition largest cotton manufacturer in the W. Bay St., Jacksonville NflW; .

I' will be presented to the next Legislature South. Besides being president of the A.C. IIAUBRTY. Kaafn fa..". "...; J II'. M. IlttNMMt45K.Jr.s'S ( PassAge MANAGEMENT, _, S ) ,"
: Pacolet anT Gainesville. cotton mills ll,Mtaw Si! New Yol k. *O4 Wea BUT MJceksonfjIo; Via MRS, N. F. GARCIA ..
asking for a change in the law.- TII08.D.HALJlVI".IPra.ArJo.: l C. P.;.LOVILI..A..I: 811..... xr VT, ,* Prop'r, Jacksonville Fla. ,-
.) capitalized at $1.500.000, he was also fool Hngao it,JanamnTllla.. Kix.a *Mnvaa Sl Jackaonrllla.. .. v
; ,//i \ Gainesville Sun. JOHN U HOWARD 1! .. S 55
rinperlntenJant "' / -
president of the three Pacolet mills of : ... -
Jsekmnvliia. S ; '
boot S \
Pogan $ '1
Electric UKhts
; Bl .
''iI''; South, Carolina! and a-director! and stock THEO O. BO En WM ... CLTUK atI.neralManager .'O : ctrIc Bell. Bath, Complete S rvlo S

17 S l" I.IANUATTANSIIIRTSANTUONV8S holder In several more. tbaa borougn Unlldlnj I ID BUM Street, opposIte Battery Park.Ooneral.,N..At yore..t1S tint*.. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel In :Florida.! 'S l i 4:','

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(\ 'E NEWS OF MIAMI and SOUTH DADE I POUPA9Q. Stop Paying' Rent, I '''1 1,*

Dade county will now eater upon' a Be Your Own Landlord I IOO ') "

)I.\\)1.1r\\ ') .. ,,,,, ,ol- rest from for of .
t ,
; politic a period two
, & : : '''' c=:,c=="' -", :: =:== -" T'.c=:-=':r.= = ==:-"" :- ------=-_=--------:;-- .
years. Per Month, with only 3 per cent. :ri:, ,,;JA.
Mr. Charles Birkner, wk and little business to Amerou last
EIAMIJBIEP pTSCpt daughter,. looted fort| winter In trip Saturday, Mr. Sam O. Pitts was up from Miami $, 5 e interest per annum, will buy a >,,' '.'
Charles Carroll and
,1 Fred Savage ,
One of the, cottages acroJEVfrom theE Monday In Delray attending tq business Tuesday to cast Ills ballot in the gene $1,000 Home or Loan ,\

B. H, Chase Is now of] of MI.1 !; ;opal rectory. BLl; matters. ral election. NltW AND OKJOINA.I PLAN 11,1' '

,serTatit4 Ye till Mr. T. II, 'Spelrs, formerly of Fulford
Vni'epernt.nent.thefae large force of | at Wondering where Wyman ia located, The Standard Guaranty and Trust Co.
)1..: na'rrJr'C.alberc.4D. 0f 71 Grose. wr st'the Hotel BfscayjPl I cleaning\ ; Is'at Pompano this ....ou. and, Is makIng -
are you? Jt} Is three miles north ,.of Capital 1 Btwfc, ltybOVO.00, AeweveandCouponFuad20,000.00. (
,/ was. a visitor In Miami Tues C ta, refurnishing and 19 loroughly Boca Ratone (four miles south of Delray, preparations to put in a large Y Iry

14.... GiU-Swtttt: baa ',quiteInteresting large and re' sting/ every' part- of tij /build log.I or,near Lake Wyman and neife the\ acreage of vegetables. WM. F. ARMSTRONG, Jr. Hibiscus Hotel Palm Beach, { '

k school ibis wind S I 11 I be open for guests in || sort time., largest Indian mound in Dade cou Mr.. James W. Pearce was in West Agent for Dude sod Brevard'Countha. will tall you all about It Writ him.

/ Mir. t.,A. :preacher ,,is,stl ,at TitnU. !*- county officiate stf&peconilng A'post office for Wy mnn is now as. Palm Beach last Saturday on business

,; title;,,in tbe J ntetept J'"L-1:, [ of A. I m at bows In the new, ,j>w|building, eared fact, as Is also- a railway\ Itl n. bent.Mr. TTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTVVTTTTTeTTTTTTTTVTTVTTTTTrTTTTDade .
? se 'ter' the tucli of moving ejplr offices A, C. Smith made a business call
bus Is
Captain Sanders'returned al a *. a pretty good showing for a i I' e
loess trip of a few das' du] lOb' Mon-' eu urnluhiugs from tbe lad court less than tbeee months old; but th! lethe ,en the truckers of the Deerfield section State BankWest
hou subsided clXtelng the last County
they began Saturday.
+ days .. .' ,' way pf new towns' in Dade cou, ; to
.J. .f 't'' wial e. etc., of their new alvle;and Mr. W H. Rains down from 1
bound .
R. Pi ximanies and family rant St. they are to go.ahead.Geo. tree Palm :Beach Florida ;'
el relief in ba.ucb\
Augustine, have come:to Mlifl/al'! / <(<' to resided cow a great D. Smith, a well known West Palm. Beach last week, looking
pie t quarter. '%L after his .
busIDes.laterest. at this place r
*', chant,, was In Wyman one day t
y T1 ork on the new bridge acruu the week after In Messrs. W. H. Such and George O.
are-still la I looking his trucking '
fI The surveying corps camp Authorized Capital $100,000
Miat has commenced. MrXnton-
river Butler down from West Palm ,
but ,to leave for the Everglades ests. lid will plant out some five 01 a were
expect !
( 'this week. vera ,the Converse Bridge ComJQny, acres in tomatoes the coming season. Beach Tuesday in attendance upon the Paid Up Capital $15,000
Cha ga Tenn,.one- of the laASstftrnuXJthe election
Rev, J. Ef-Tstuia and wife of Orlan. kind in the United StaVs. Albert Savage, who has charge of Ben 1
r M, Potter's placdLjbas been 'busy the Land la"the Pompano section la at a ,
expect' to spend the winter herewith I s,1
do has traded wltlthe ,
their sons. Cron e. Quarry Company for tbe part week cutt N several ditches, premium and in great demand someone B. N. D"..."". PreiildtfittCeo. R. N. Dlnilck.' Oeo. W. Lnliihnrt ,1..
clearing land, etc., Xeparatory to putting I hundred.and fifty acres having been W. Potter VicePresidentGeo. R. B. Potter K. M. Brelnford I
,Mr n4 B. Rutnph ,Is home from the getti out CJl the atone fof>the plera, \ ) sold last week and I., Urannlnff Cnthler Oeo. W. potter W.H. *H|>Her ".i
In a large crop, veletablell. forpineapple orangepurposes. W. H. Spllier.AiwlHtant Caxhler, Ueo.X,. Bruining j
East where be'has been la the Interest end t week the stove masons will
of AnthoarBroB, ., eomm a laying the foundation. The Capt; Geo. R. Wallace of West Palm OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 P. M. ,1 ''
Beach who quite recently purchased Messrs. R. H. Geiger and J. F. ,Saxon
'JudPP.; "W'White'; of' Quliicy.: 1. a bridge1 be finished In two months if twenty acre. of orange and vegetableland A general banking bunlne.* ti-ntiHacted. Collections promptly emitted on day
of Deerfield l. made their regular of Drafts and sold the citiea in United tha Bin. .
receipt. bought ou principal .ea.eA .
visitor in ml.-beltfg--a; guest 'of his there ls 5)\telay) l in getting the supplies in this section, was down Sunday
and sto making arrangements to put a large weekly I vlaltto West Pompano last Saturday .. : '':ET Y :BOXES FOR R.ENT waAAAAAAAAAAAAUVAAAAWAAWAVUAAAAAAAAAAUUA
,80a Mr R.J., WhitMi ""*: -. force of men to work, clearing some six DRM0Nn.s :. "

., ,Wednesday\ her,hO 1lIt o. (4th street, : JVUrchYnts Cka land which he will plant out in early The Beat Prescription 'for 'Malaria '

1 but,Is feeling much better again! There (ta a great presto change move vegetable and orange trees. Chills and Fever Is a bottle Glove's
ment on foot in Miami at present. I .Lee. Russell one of West Palm Tasteless Chill Tonic It'ia simply Iron
'Mra.: Frederick and;; daughter, Mrs. Beach's most prominent1 business men, G. W. S. BELL 1
,De Forest! BUI. )will' remain at, County Seemingly every merchant In the city was in Wyman Sunday looking after and quinine in a tasteless form. No r.
Clerk Dearborn'a (or the.winter. wants to be hi some other place and 12th I his large truck farm. which is now in a cure No pay. Price 50 cents.
street cerUinly: look -as though small flourishing condition. Lee returned --
Dr: and'Mrs: ,R, nCh.'et' are' the home, wearing a broad smile. Contractor and BuilderWEST
cyclone: had struck It In the night; wag- Have You Noticed?
of fine baby ,.which
proud parents a boy .
boxes and. <
cms, unpacked i i goods are OM
was born Wednesday: night: ; October 49, ITEMS DELRAY. Tbe date on the label of your papers.It .
moving along promiscuously. Mr. Whaler PALM: :BEACH FLORIDA x :
M). C. O. Richardson'! Is the New York started the "ball rolling" and' !is fitting Mr. P. W. Chapman came down Mon- tells\ you just to what time your subscription j
The erection and repairing of'Buildings! of all descriptions given personal
baA been paid. All subscribers S
book-keeper at Hughes; & Col's seed up his room elegantly making one ,day night to be present at the election attention, PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED 1 1ft f
should see that the date is changed after
store, corner Avenue D and i jth Street.The of the finest jewelry tpres in the State. Tuesday.Mr. ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly p'
sending, their remittance, and should
done. References given if desired.
tourists ()beginning1 arrive Anthony Bros. moved into their beautiful
are T..11. Burton's horse became *
this if it is
office not
notify so changed.
quite a.number coming the first'of this new store looms Wednesday and frightened at the train last Monday, and m Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing

"week. Fishing la fine lovers of the Thursday. Mr. W. M. JBurdine & Son threw Mr. Burton to the ground but for EDWIN CLAPtf'S; SHOES 6.oo.nd Residence on Bverula Street near Lake Front. P. O. Box 361.

sport"bringing In, large "'I'IDII.of the started, their move, into, the ,spacious tunately he was not injured. l$7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S 1-H-tf t

BnDY' tribe. rooms of.the Frlziell. block. Wednesday, Mf. W.. W. Blackmer spent Sunday ,

Mr. Ralph Arnold- who has been 1fovember5th.! Mr. Douglass Is moving and Monday in the Magic City. -----.-.-- ----.

ttook) ,-keeper: for 1\4-\ .... Hughes& Co. ('aio'the rooms formerly occupied 'by Miss Minnie Lyman arrived home TirlTCHKLL, D. IMUCK ,
Anthony Bros and expects to be readyor CRAYONS. .a WATER COLORS.
for the past has resigned and has
year business next Ml Khodes, Thursday night having spent the summer ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR
taken an interests theverglad/' i Pro-' mouths with friends Michigan. AT LAW
of'Tltusvllle is moving 'Into Mr. Bnr- '
t dace: Company. dine'a .old -stand so next week'-' they Mr. DeWitt Tenbmok ia our newly Will practice In all the Courl ."e."le and"K Uarftl. RieHHRD E. RESLER. i '
Mr. and MrS: A. V.. S. 'Bennett; ofBrooklyn'J'N.rY..jire elected justice of the peace for this' dis .Hpnolnl attttnlion given lo Crlmluul > ;
will all breath and .
'' at' Wttle River at draw a deep say (teal Kitate and Probal Law. ,
"Look at met" which invitation the trict.Mr. onioet AVBNUK: C MIAMI. FLA.' I 4
their:place: while their:city reddened! on public will gladly accept. > W. R. Wiles has arrived from Photographer.
I3th'street is being repainted and put In I
--'a. Norwood. Michigan and Is the guestof .
_ condition; for their occupancy. Cures Blood Skin Troubles, Cancer bill uncle Mr. T. II. Burton. Mr,.Wiles 'V.If., ANNO CLEMATIS AVENUE ,r

The municipal election was held last Blood Poison ,.Greatest Blood expects to.>make some investments in ATTORNtY.AT-LAW. Opposite Masonic Temple
week and the Suite hid jpdunty elect M..,) Purifier Free. this section st an early date.. Office-Front, Koora. 'Il tohet('Building. Ave l>.

-i ..held Tuesday returns:'were November,titICOmlnK'4th1 i- 'Theetectloa' in' If your' blood I impure, thin diseased The Drlrsy public Behoof wills\ soon Miami.Florida. *-lS->goG *S t' West Palm Beach, Fla. + '

hot or full of humors, if you have hate to call for an additional teacher,
Wednesday morning blood poison cancer carbuncles eatingsores.scrofula there being' already some forty pupils KO.\: A..s NOIiLiiY, ______ -

uY Mla F.ffie Welch left, last Sunday for eczema, itching, risings enrolled. '' '

e#' an, extensive trip East.: She went to, and skin. bone Blackmer ATTORNfYATLAW.Oearra .
''t lumps. scabby: pimply Messrs. & Burton are having
Ip Jacksonville and took ''a, Clydq Line pains catarrh rheumatism, or any a large lighter built, which will be practice In State and Federal Court. JAMES HGLLEYBUILDER
All buoiueu eniruBted will receive prompt attention.
steamer for New York where she expects
blood 'or skin disease, take Botanic used this_season In hauling vegetables.Mr. .
_ b to meet friends anil) go tot Erie,Pa. Blood Balm(B. B. B.) according to di Office., Brown Building. Ave. D and 18lh '......,. _y
H. 1. SterUna: has returned from tHtlTDtMIAMI -
her_old home for a visit of some weeks. rections. Soon all sores heal, aches and FLORIDA
sn extended trip through the North .t. PLANS AND SPgcxvicaTIONe'FURNIsuaD! ON APPLICATION .
'r1 hammock road. which: has'been' pains stop the blood Ia-made' pure sod J WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
Almost Impassable for a month or more, rich leaving the skin free from every Miss Olive Chapman spent a few days H.. ATKINSON. I-R-ar

owing the new stone which 'was put eruption, and giving I the rich glow of l in Delray last week, visiting friends --

i. on, In repairing the same, la getting: in perfect health to the skin. At the same Mr. X- H Burton spent one day last .'" ATTOHUfY'AT-LAW. 'OltotoR0/t01101t01t01t011oa10.totsoral.oito7toi.o7go7eo7s o 7to7toi.oitor '

y its usual fine condition much to the time, B. B. B. improves the digestion week in ,West Palm Beach.attending: to NOTARY,PUBLIC, o Y

"I gratification of Miami and Cocoanut cures dyspepsia, stiengtheua weak kid business matters. MIAMI FLA. V o o

Grove residents. neys., Just the medicine for old people ,Lester McLeod has been ou,the sick IMH-lT i G. G. Strohm Company *t>

; MiesLoaieeCarpenter, Is decorating i'b' .. it gives them new, vigorous blood. \list for the past few days' o 0

large number of tarpon scales in watercolors Druggist. |l per large bottle with dlrec. ,Miss Yarborough, of West Palm" Beach, S. RICHMOND, Agent

,i ta be sold to the tourists .. tone for home cure. Sample free and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs T J. Hay. tfo
i FAMILY i io
souvenir 'They are exquisite pieces of prepaid by Writing1 Blood Balm Co., Atlanta food several days last week. Perrine Grant Land Company. GROCERIES

work the (ketches .of Cape Florida, tbe. Ga.,. Describe trouble and spe 'M.dame o
Rumor says hst the wedding (ILEA. ESTATE.jm W K
old \ house and Soldier, medical advice also sent in
< light Key being ela1frH o
bells are soon to ring in Delray. i CUTLER. FLORIDA Food Products {
C exceptionally fine, i. .sealed letter .B. B.'B. Is especially ad. Fancy K o

Percy'Cav111 the champion swimmerof vised for CbI'ODlc.deep-seJted i Cases: of K sfo

the'world' ; will be. at tbe Royal Palm I impure blood and sklu- disease, and cures :. M."Brown' '' ",".Prmlilvnt' .. a o Grain'and.Provisions.
n this winter. Probably there will be a after all else fails. Bat k'k'f 0 f Bay Biscayne; H. Curry: Hwund Vlvo-i'i Jvldelll ofV
: rl....l Ii. UarthHlde,UtublurCapital. .
swimming match arranged between him ] coconUT GROOY *
and Jas. Macosta, champion swimmer : GLEANINGS:' 4 ,, ." r JEFFERSON BLOCK

of America some time during the winter Mr. All Peacock Is Improving ,., .'I;$50OOO o oo

a for a purse of'Sooo. lowly I and his friends wilt be glad to West Palm Beach, Florida.

The marriage of Miss Mead Oben- see him among them again as usual. MIAMI: :: : : FLORIDA o .1-1901 o> f,

chain ape D!. Abereathy,, of, the Sir 'The work on ,the school I la still progressing p 7eo7.oltor ol.ol.oleoltoseolto.cl.o a o7tolso7to5.o7.o5toko.o5to7aoieo7r s o>

cavne Drug: C4<( .(,!111'_be solemnized the: *. 1
latter of this month at the home of g
part Mr. Ransom and scholars are expectedthe Lumber

the Mr.newly Obencbain wedded on pair 14th will street go to, housekeeping where Camp latter is one part of of the November.most beautiful Pine places Knot Biscayne Lumber ranh Soppy Co. Shingles Lath After the Fire

for the Mrs. Oben chain
winter of the south. The class .il| be much
Go safe I
expecting to spend tbe'winter "with, 1\er' to your and gel ;
this G 61
husband who Is la the North. larger year. and\servants will be BRICK CEMENT,LIME ,PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents! for Waruell! Crate / \ Po Lf out a good Fire Insurance Policy
brought: down from, the 'North, ,during and it will be Just like finding
Monday morning Dr. Plerce's: beautiful the month. -j ;
a : ; ,
brought house-boat down,the the Miami Whim-Wham river and, will was Mr. Kirk Monroe is making preparations MIAMI, FLA. Box: t 44e J, A, CONRAD, :dft Nan io4
for an extensive trip around the 3-4-U 5A
i be put in readiness for her owners Im TI.
mediately.,, Dr. Pierce and family occupy
the boat season and In V .Mrs. Shone Is still the guest of Dr.
every put FRANK
delightful\ winter, sailing along the AM Skaggs_ and wife, at Miami this week. W. STANTON & CO. Fire Insurance you

lauds coast stopping at points of inter Sunday morning-( there was a serious say ? Don't see how you can afford .

eat and 'going In and' bat I among 'the accident In front of1 tb.'potI mc4I. ''Mr. OUR SPECIALTY. r to be without it. Talk it

keys. 'There .were quite a number of Charles Archer received a frightful cut = with
house-boats here last winter and will in the hand while wrestling. In fro, Fancy East Coast Pines over

_ probably be more\lI. season; for It certainly with his friend' Jackson' Kennedy: Dr. ,

winter Is climate an Ideal life In this matchless healing Simmons alcely dressed, the wound. which is 14 Vino Street Pliiladelpliin. The Tropical Real Estate Exchange

t The forest fire that broke out last Sat Tbe farmers are putting/ In a nice lot Growers of Florida Oranges and Grape Fruit Tfoclcal Sun Black W. I. METCALF. Manager

Miami river of tomatoes in this vlcinty| .. nd if they
urday'across the near Captain .. dROVBS LOCATEDt ,
have ood weather
ordinarily will
Sanders' and Mr. Frederick's residcncea Liles & Stanton, Terra Cela, Fla. Armstrong 'f& Stanton Palmetto, Pie i '
'.' caused great excitement and reap a big profit this season. Tbe Knox & Stall ton. :Llmonli.. Fla. BURTON E. ODE GO.
the Miami Fire piepariment was called 04 onge groves are looking fine tbe new 3.7irPianos
growth after the rains
put on being un.
out; The fire was finally subdued but
broke out In patches> i the way .down usually fine.. j '
Gravel Roofing Concrete
: very Mr. George McDonald baa returned Organs Sewing 'Machines Asphalt Paving

_ deUcetheisSaterdayevening.' Monday tram the :East where) he has been unbusiness. This, Company, after doing considerable work for r

morning soother fire alarm was sent in .' : "' I sell direct from the Factory McDonald, McGuire, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson)
'' The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Mandolin
_ for the same trouble, only the fire waaInjbe WYUAN The Conover Pi noaltb Cable Pianos Mayor Whllldia'Dr.. Miinyon, W, P. Hatohett,. Anthony
_ ;: city near the railroad tracks The Kingsbuty Pianos the Wellington Pianos. '' .
Brothers and others will aw.y''or the but will be
Tw hoKaj artsi( 1 I'JI*kept \bus*! all the ,! How the 'w(; I t'\ \ i The.Chicago Cottage Organ, in twenty-nine styles.At go y
mOll'llluaQP, {th"lbuildkig Jn that 'Sinn ; .gfordliWbeenMendinglb. the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terms. ; back to complete contract for work here and Miami in
L Catalogues and:;Prlces.FuroUhed! : on Application.OldlostrBmiBfsTakiiJgi .
vicinity lffothing could save Miami week in West Palm Beach. > |L. : t AUGUST. Anyone desiring work of this kind would do well

If fire should,break oat In the) thickly. 2attleanaket' k3l''J ie; : Wund Exclmgi *' Till Ctlibrtttd Stager,Sewing Machine : to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY either Jacksonville ,
populated the dty peopleehopaltbaserycanfRlwsmwidayltl ojuk num.betofrjcn *.ti.. ued Attaihineata. W kiitd.i .....,blu. '
part'of ; so r of B wlni Mall Orders wilt nralv. 1 or Tampa. Our prices are reasonable, and all oqr work U n'
..habeenrkme4rvwthii} ,the A.te"t....... t ** ft I' J-.I '
ami\: 1'11110 like Chicago Try to realize past month. "UR.A.JI'D;'Utl\I.a\\:'""j-LORI: .DAa ej.f'MIAMI W ERIC: SON "gnirintbed. i

this, aud watch for fire. Dan and W. A, Smith made! a hurried 11 S.U ;-East Coast Work elicited

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", "'. THE WARMEST A Big' Tourist Season.. \*AWWXipui

CHURCH NOTICES Capt. A, O. MacDouell, assistant gen. '. '"

1t.: ON RECORD 8 eral passenger agent of the Seaboard *' stock '
: /
9Ooooo, Air Line Railway wus.ln Tampa on last 55 ;, RiImo./b,7

"" BaptUt Church.: Wednesday! being thereon his regular ",. +e.
The Month of October Shows 79
,i 'Divine services at'the Baptist church: visit of Inspection. In speaking of railU i

Degrees Mean Temperature. Sunday at n'a' .\..ltr\ od J7r-:, p. m.,, Jfi"Sundayschool road matter in genera, ) Capt. MacPon- la unaurpapsq JrtttquAlled. and unapproachable* iao

Beats. 1900 .1 Degree. at 10 a.$.. m. ?rajer- ell, said: tact our It 'Department Is.. a veritable
f, meeting Thursday evening at 730.: ""w 'I have"' noted that tbe tourist traffic q rardL i iIn

,, .. Superintendent; II. P. Hsrdin of the ". H. II. STDKOis.: Pastor. baa begun much earlier this seaaoq than Tai.:: : 1 .i iRndlessjety ii
i I f weather bureau'at Jupiter has .sent out ......'-...:.ill '' .. ,MJlethodlst usual, and even now Is surprisingly w : t \/S47 ''. I
:l ''I, the official figures for October, and from Church. large. Almost eVery train from the .. ....Ji, (

( I the report it is evident that the month Preaching at II a. Di. I"I' North brings in tourists, who go \\0 different ,; In' lots. Styles, vltlis' anflPrlces .\
October, just ended, was the warmest points, especially In this section. I ..
,f Usual, evening service at : o'clock. ' .. .,. ,. "
7:30 '
: on record at Jupiter. The mean tern Seasons for Tampa In the past have been 'I ;"'If' ; \ .
p Sunday School at 9:4.5 ..-m, .Micdeiaful: ,'.but I have t to believa
i \ '. 'I' pcrnture for last month for fifteen years '15'" B j"SF DR
+I.' ( Epworth League at 3:30: p. m. that the will .
P in < degrees, whereas tbar< mean season now opening cur
pnot 7 >, .t '
it /II, 1{ 11I" for October was 79, an excess o(3 deKrees Rev. C. .Frod'Blackburn!:! 'pastor uCongregational pass other seajon by faf.. I am just III' ..., Lacf/es' Outfitters. 1 ;

1, ", ,, over the 'average. In October, : 'l< I.' ,, 7 receipt ol a I letter<< from my friend, Auioa
r (
I,s i( '1960 the average was 78 but 1902: carriesoff Church." M. KelloR. editor of the New York

1 '!I tt, the Lonors, bv I degree.. !'In"lces.t' at the West Palm Beach Congregational School Journal l, who stated that pact
1, \. The rainfall too, was above the average ; Church at II a. m, and ,7:30: sons have) been but a beginning/ Of .,Ilea-I -- -

,",I for the past fifteen Octobers. This p. m. Preaching: by the pastor, Rev. S. tourist traffic in Florida.' The pro .. :
!Ii}y average is given as 987, while last D., Paine. for the prevent wesson, be says, are r .
JJ//r :/ month the total precipitation was 13.7 Morning(; subject, 'Taking the stone much brighter) than nnnat., and\ 1lho ,,ey" The American"h S -

1 Inches, or 3.87111ches above the average away. At night the pastor will deliver a of the summer-bome-srrkli K North, especially S : S .
j.; October, 1895, shows a total precipitation special sermon to young men, on'the',; In New England and (lie Runt, ---- y\ s ..P.vi'e'e r 1. }
of :31.03 inches, and there are two subject, "Wanted man." are turned in the direction .of South The Best M !r'ss's in the IWo i
other years, 1892: and 1899, that show Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p. m. Florida. ''I am ,)Iso. in receipt ol other ;) _
,,l 1 higher figures than 1902. Sunday-school at 10 i>. m. favorable reports! by which I am led to r' '
believe that this winter / This MI1tt.rjM'M. I" r- ,
1 Song service and pastor's Bible class <<: Tampa will experience PA tell
h01Jnrf tn' rl"vol"lIol,
'BII era of prosperity which will w
f', County Commissioners. Prayer-meeting, on Wednesday, atHoly those who StraightEdge ins, the Mnttrf"S" -, i
amaze even
.,; .r! The November meeting of the County 7:15= Pm- ___ traffic. expect heavy dust y. Til"' WOMHUHHil w iyap, z F I --.:
in thin. MattrcHxIn ,,,.,
: Commissioners was held this week the + --a.rPlneapples Roll ,
) attendance It Trinity Episcopal Church; cnrvd h.VHeoret process .
full board being Ju was For Europe a.Matt
: ::1.j the first meeting of the board in the new Divine services will be held In Holy I' and In the' only
i, Mr Henry" Benedict, of Orlando, Fla., f'
ress in the world which combines nil the
> following
i Trinity Episcopal -Chnrch, West Palm
the county officers.
; quarters The of of- L. W. Burkhttrdt Beach, commencing Sunday November was In New York last week .and paid I virtues, viz. : Non absorbent -nlwn.vH Tesilenfi. Entirely E 'J B Ml irI W l 1 CO Ii
I 1\ :y application the New York Trade Journal a pleasantcall free from oily Hulwtnnces. IS ONLY ONE s a alti
; to plant oysters in Lake Worth for and, by the newly' appointed says the editor\ of that newspaper AMKIUCAN," and it is the DUST. Trice $10. Manufactured '
.t-0 rector, Rev. Vaulx. WEST PALM BEACH
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i his own use and other purposes"was ', f Mr. Benedict la the'selling agent for a by s
granted. Hours of services aret a. m., and number of growers of' fancy pineapplesin JUTTVAJC, TtSJDC T\\ff-T X 7 3L 7V-A
i.; t' The bond of J..C. Gremlins, to be Justice 7. P. m., 4 this section, whose output will total

i ,.f of the Peace was approved. Sunday-school meets at 10 a. .m. about 7.000 crates this fall and winter, S I .
The bond of Geo. R. .Gomph to beNotary .' ,. Rev. J.J. VAurzRector.? LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
\1 ?. and Mr. Benedict's, mission in New _. ...............................ta.....................
1 Public was approved. York City was to place this frnit. 'j I
i r ,' Contracts for hauling and spreading 4 In an enterview Mr. Benedict stated NOTICE: OF APPLICATIONFur i i.
i rock on road from West Palm Beach to Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. that be had sold all the Smoth Cayeoeepines Permit to H. L. rnLLrnRIS
Belt ,
Liquor Wine and
L ',. Boynton awarded to R. F. Roys at 40c Laxative Bromo Qulni.ie Tablets curea to one New York'flre. These will U..,. _
per cubic yard.Contract I cold in one day. No care No pay.350: be shipped. fast as ready for maVet. Public notice l la hereby given that Sidney : WIIOLESACE>; AlJD: RETAIL{ :
to build rock road from Haddock ha filed with the Board of County
from now until next spring. CommlHxIouprH : TOBACCONISTP' *
award of Dade VOLlnty, lu the Bt te :
1F 'S Little River to Truman's corner
New Club Rooms Open. Mr. Benedict showed a dispatch from of Florida. biB application for permit to ,
; ed to Merritt & Pickle for $1,343.50: per .ell liquor; whip. and tn Election -
Europe, ordering a lot of the fruit to be beer District .
mile.i Work has advanced .sufficiently. shipped during the winter In such quantities No.' 8, of said County nnd State j that : Cigars, Tobacco, ,Cigarettes, Pipes, Etc?trEtc. :
I, Bids for road diagonally across Section the new club rooms for the Utopia Club, and at such times to best suit the such application will be acted on by the ,
}, v. Township. J3: South)of Range 42 East In the new Jefferson block,-to permit of said Board of County Com nilMlonera at CANDIES -y and ,,
at .the same time make their
'7'' growers next I't'Jtlllnr meeting; which will beheld '
,t' \, from Truman's corner to Arch Creek them being used for the first time next : A FULL. LINE OF 1'
close connections with steamers from Sn the :and of DiTembnr, at 10 o'clock LOWNEX'S I CELEBRATED'CH'pCOtATES, .
were opened and all\ bids refused and I Tuesday night.: That: Is the regular New York Mr, benedict said that the In,, the forenoon of said day, and thv.vald. Cold Soda .

I the route abandoned. monthly business meeting night of the Hoard hereby malls upon any citizen of eUI'\I\ Lunches o'O r.Duringson
Smooth is the !
best :
Capenne pine Ice Cream soda :
Election District who .
kl 4 Contract building rock road from Club, and a large attendance will no may dcalre to do 100
t and can be successfully shipped to far- toabow caune. If any then heat the said' next Ice Cream SKMINOUC BUKK, tPrxBUAca _
Grove Cutler "awarded doubt, mark the first gathering .h" the
Cocoanut to was : .. ;; -
I to Merrltt& Fickle. at '-449.so per mile. new home: ever off markets., that con He lgnlng'does Is not the'best believe way, how to permit regular" ,shall meeting not be of granted laid Boad the,applicant why such., .......................e4G0 ..." ........ .................-

4 Miami :news. A formal.opening_pf the rooms will nodoubt By order of the Board of County Commie
dispose of them, but thinks the
-- grower aloner of Dade County, Florida. .
h'' li .be held later la the month. '\ I. \-
Election Officers. I should know what he is to "get at the This, the 8rd day of November' A.'D..10O3.:
\, -:"""rAn -- time the goods are shipped. Mr. Benedict (HEAL) E.DEARBORN.. Q 004 p4p0 4 4p4 4 Ofd0@4 r 4 04 b'
F' ; The annual meeting of the Ladies'Cemetery
+ ; Clork Board .
Expert has great ,hopes for the Smooth County Conunfowlonar
Opinion. -J
Association ;
+ Improvement Patk
r I was held in the l.'nion Congregational I In connection with' his Florida hotelsMr. Cayenne in foreign:<<; : market.-Jacksonville ,--------- ,- Cottage" ''Jlotel:

l last afternoon Henry :M. Flakier, the Standard Metropolis Have. You Noticed,? <* t
a. church on Tuesday ,
1 at 3 o'clock, when \he former board of Oil millionaire, some years ago installed -- e--- The date on the label of your paper BEAUTIFUl LAKE: WORTH. iMo...,

1 rr[ officers was re-elected to,, serve for the an Immen.e laund/y. Primarily forth( The Pensacola Dry Dock. It tells you just to what time jour sub- Comfortable, airy, well furnished rooms. i ,
ensuing year. The.officers, are as follows use of tourists in :St.Augustine, the management The navy department has requested crl'ptlon ball been paid All subscriber C.It i Good home cooking and table service. oJ
i : yet "takes'In washing" as an an appropriation of f 10,000 with whichto should see that the date is changed after u
I President, Mrs. N, S. Burnham. accommodation for smaller hotels which construct a granite crib for the Spanish sending! their remittance, and should D ca Transient Rates Reasonable .1'0 Special Rates by,the Week Q

; Vice-president Mrs; G.. W. Potter. are'less perfectly eq'l pped./ floating dock at the Pen acola navy notify this office if it is not'so changed.DON'T Call on-or address'a Ii,.' ,I

Secretary, Mrs. F. B. Everett.. Last winter the laundry lady of one yard. This item is contained in the ,I Mrs. M. O. MADDISON, Proprietress'' i
Treasurer, Miss Potter. j of these'small. but select hostleries became estimates; recently made by the navy department West'Palm Beach, Florida A

Executive Committee, Mrs. M. J. Yarborough ill, and the hostess gladly availed of the 'neccefsary expenses call oeveoe. ceveo ..... e eee1.wseoe omc or'
Mrs. J. C. Stowers Miss Nell herself of the Ponce de Leon laundry.At during the coming year I .f ,

i Clow. Mas. F. B. EvBRttTT, the end of the week the.following It is very evident that by. asking lot: '

Secretary. was heard coming from the\linen closet, this approprlcation, the' department .
Get idea 'that
an this is high
presumably from the" returned laundress has finally decided la permanently locate a ")?J ) ) N > : ':
Cottage; to Rent. priced 'store' because of (Us' all I J J 1)J T& >*? xi -* "., '1> ,
: the big dock at Peusncola, although around first-classness;' 1" .
a To IKT-A five-room cottage on the '(Mis' Fraser, Mia; Prater. I Dem pillow this fact has never been ao''' slated by r "" '' a.
East Side, near the ocean beach. .Apply. Slips Mint ah Flajrlah' dun wash fo' these officials. The dock will be towed PUT YOUR, HAT ON (g Announcement : ',: : 'L ,: '

to L. P. STEVENS, yo' ain't half I'ned."Titusvllle Ad- here in the coarse' ofi, the next three \" .
Oct. I.tf. Palm Beach, Fla. vocate.M I weeks from Havana' ostensibly for And stroll down this way and MKSSKS) RcssBLr. &'LANSING take pleasure In announcing; to the' lf h:}y Oi< ,

needed repairs, which could not.be accomplished take a real good look through the people of West Palm Beach and vicinity that they will open ape drug I '5I!'.It,"'.""
'' at Havana, but the fact that place-then you'll go away I business to be known as '_ ;,;,,,,, ,

i? .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTT1'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' ; a crib will I be constructed at1' the yard WITH A ; ; The model : f"." ,,,,;!\, ( .
PharmacyThe j
,t. plainly shows that the big dock will\ > ,

1: = never leave Pen acola.- Defininite !idea of1 what Ids that 6 i store formerly occupied by Anthony Brothers, In the' old ]effer.tw\ \ I ,
I The contract for towing the dock has gives cautious- and careful people son Block. Clematis avenue. look for the opening about ,HONDAY, rS
::l been awarded, and the steamship Orion iso much ''confidence; In the J NOVEMBER 50th.. .

J. ere ] rio ] ladies i and the tug Underwriter are now o'n storey. ,JI'B allaa. : simple, aW' a oJ THE MODEL PHARMACY eussELL &" f') "'
1 t' = their way to Havana to take the dock In LANSING Prop ,
t- I ': E We have just receiev'ed tow The for determination this port. to.locate' the dockat ft1 )
are are'particular;
iJ.iJ.q .: = ...several cases of the... Pensacola ia an indication that tbe We buy the best drugs everything we can .
r ,; = famous department is satisfied with the work of find"and dispense them properly. .

'lJ i = the'men at Pensocola yard, in overhauling j BOND & BOND COMPANY'' ;
: and, rebuilding smaller vessels of ,
.4 \ Krippendorf-Dittman the navy, and soon they will be givenan (INCOUPOKATED.)
,.. opportunity to try' their;; skill' on '. it{ 'V

larger ships,1.-Pensacola. Journal. ( Dimick ', & Riesel l MANUFACTURERS. OF '" i. .?< / ..a.

1 E' SHOES> The Best Prescription for Malaria 1. LUMBER! .
;J : Chills aqd Fever Is'a bottle of Glove's PRESCRIPTION SHINGLES L > ?

; ; In both Oxford and .. Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
High Shoes all Sizes
i and in I and 1
I quinine a tasteless form.. No Flooring Siding Ceiling <> Brick Lime and
'! : E 1 to 7 and care. No pay. Price/ '50 cents.
: widths, B, C, D, & E: . -IK STOCK '

,''dJ A { ; E Will begin moving into Our handsome YOUNG'S HATS-none' better" -made BresfardReal OFFICE AND YARDS 3-1.1902 I
at 13.00. ANTHONY Bnos. ; : *. :Bro ,:
: t, ; new Store, ON F. E. C. RY.. .

a4. 1f u' : The label on' your paper snows to yo. Estate and Insurance Between Poincetta St; and Lake Worth::
,; ) E Monday, the 3rd of November;; what dale your subscription ts paid. ,

The Tropical Sun would be glad to haveall ,PALftV! BEACH,, FLA.; i rU
}Y lfl'' t:;.. and invite you to come in and inspect our arrears settled' pfoinptly,' ." 'ltf; Notary- Public.. Cottages to Rent ......A.4A ..........................................."....& yvAAAAAAAAAAA&a&..A :

It. '; J ; E new line of goods. A peatomc.' 'Bullrllu! r .
North of
tjilt 8-1.1OO1 PnlnHaoft HatAtl.l .
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'1(i j''I'..1' J t 1,;;..'... | Anthony. Bros' .i OnlyUpholsterer ::1' 'V. hn Stationery. '.' ,.., < I"T,4

? WEST PALM BEACH See our Souvenir ''
:: / *?* .Build Houses ? Stationery

t f> 5. West Palm Beach Palm Beach 'Miami : I am prepared to..do all kinds :.1 Mope, .Houses! ; : both In Tablets 'and.Boxes. Something
,:(. :, [ of'uptio'eingJ' ) \ + carpetitmsblf{ >., Repair 'Houses.' : novel, and sold only by Messrs. HEIM r

,'. tresses; awnings and furnit -' Shop work I

t: ,. = . . . ure, In the latest and most : & BROADWELL, at
Repairing :
l' :IJ or
:r., 4p J r ANTHONY'S SHOES approved methods. '
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t(:: I.' ; E g f 9 LENT Ana HALESMKN: Dock Building.. : The Cottage City ,Pharmacy :

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