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 10, 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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r MUNICIPAL-JIONORS'' Lake Worth Band' Will Furnish as They Come and Go- to the City Park tonight. ,,' Do you read The Tropical San J "

: : Muslui; and a Grand TimeIs People Whom You May or Ice cream and cake at the Park -to- If you wear hose read A, S. BotafordBr '" !'

Promised. May Not Know. night. Co.'. ad. : ( "
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x. Attention Is called to the new advertisement The regular monthly meeting of the :':

w City Park Commissioner Conrad W. Postmaster J. C. Stowers has been in of the Strahan Steam Laundry Utopia Club will be held next Tuesday ))1 i*r ,

A tONTES'TFOR' } ;, MAYORALTY Scbmid has arranged with the Daytona this week on business. s which appears in today's Sun. evening October I4th in the office of

Lake Worth Band for another concert Judge A. J. Lewis spent several days There being no quorum, the City ,Chil'.lngworth: and Currie. to;

,'} and lawn fete which will be given this week in Fort Pierce and Titusville Council did not hold its regular weekly On next Thursday night October i6th, .4'{

unty Registration Closes Tomorrow. Requirements to be in the City Park this evening. The ou lefeal business. meeting on Tuesday evening. there will be a total eclipse of the moon l'
Band is to be assisted in the concert-by ,
lasting for a full hour from II o'clock I
Hon. G. A. Mr. Win. has to Palm
Worley was a Copps gone
Compiled With by Town Voters. Every Voter the Ping Pong. Orchestra and altogetherthe '
Sunday night's southbound train en Beach Miami and Key West on a midnight until about 1:30: a. m or perhaps

., "" Should Register. Hours From 3 to 6 p..m. program as arranged promises to be route to his home at Miami from a trip pleasure trip.-St. Augustine Record. a little later.
one of the most Interesting and entertaining *
through the West. The Department of Florida United Messrs. George Zapf( and S. S. Single "
yet given. During! tbe evening, .
Attorneys G. G. Currie and II. P. Confederate Veterans, will hold their ton have purchased the Cubing outfit recently ,
,, >'f' ..t' by special request, Mr. L. Wolfe will '
? owned by the late Fred L. Shaw,
..1.8..tbe. time approaches for be I|, do solemnly swear or affirm that I slog "My Lady Lou" and "When. You Branning went to Miami Monday night annual reunion in Tampa on November and will in the fish f
at ;
lug of the State ami County,. '' protect and defend the constitution Were Sweet Sixteen." Those who to be in attendance upon the October 19th'and aoth. engage scale this f

lad ,the*municipal ,or. town / United'States; and the State of have heard Mr. Wolfe on former occasions term of the County Court. Mr. H. L. Hillier I. having an addition business on a more extensive L

greater interest .la taken in these ; that I am twenty-one years'. of will certainly not fait to attend Mr. Elwyn N. Moses a rising stenographer built to his residence on Datura St., season.

r than bas,. eretof "'"'been evinced. ( ; and have been a resident of the to-night' entertainment. The Band cud notary public of Jacksonville 1 which will add materially to tbe appearance The officers and teachers of Holy ;:1\,

','course! the 'Dem crat1c primaries : of Florida for twelve months and I program, arranged by Professor Iauqq$ is -ere no>> a holiday visit to his parents, of the building.Rev Trinity Episcopal Suuday-school wIll'f,

llcullf settled the question'sa to ,town of West Palm Beach for I man, will be ua\lluallylDteruthli'! 14:. and M.....Wallace R. Moses. I *H. B. Stuart Martin\ of Merritt.I give a picnic to the children afternoon of the A t
school (Saturday)
r c t-wtll represent the Mate and the months, and that I am qualified to t During the evening, the ladles will Miss Faye Miller left West Palm Beach I Fla.. will conduct divine services in Holy the tomorrow beach. Tbe children are

'Ma the 'dqtlea pf law making, but under the constitution of tbe State serve I ice cream and cake and other Wednesday morning for a sojourn .of Trinity Episcopal Mission-\ next Sunday on requested ocean to meet at the ferry. landing if{

yet remains another obligation to .." tempting delicacies and the procjpds several months in tbe North, where she : morning and evening at the usual o'clock
1 fulfilled by the residents of O1e: 'LIST OP CANDIDATES.': will be turned into the Park Improvement .. goes for the benefit of her health. hours. All are cordially invited to'attend. promptly at 3 p. II f'
West Palm Beach, and that U the .. luod. Rev. Dr. S. D. Paine and Mrs. Paine .t'
ion of officers to terry on the 'to the time of going to press two Since his appointment as Park C oni. County Commissioner George W. Mr. Conrad Schmld is bavlng the east who have for several weeks been sojourning !"
Laiuhart went to Miami Sunday nightto of tbe Commercial Hotel block remodeled
of the town for the twelve months known gentlemen have filed petit missioner, Mr. Schmld baa transformed room in tbe North are expected
t .Novembers 1903, to No ember.'903.Foe.e.t with the city clerk for the office of the City; Park into a beautiful plot be iu of attendance tb..Doard upon tbe and October Tuesdsy. and put in shape for occupancy home this evening or tomorrow evening 1.
C. The first on the list Is tbe additional meeting Monday- It hah been leased to Mr. Scbneidman and Dr. Paine will fill his pulpit in the .1
weeks Mr. having put out
peat J. shrubbery
the well known merchant tailor who will .
ris ,has been: registering the: occupant of that office Mayor kept the 'grass In excellent condition Union Congregational church Sunday .
Miss Josephine!! Liu-lley arrived last move in soon. the usual hours
Borkhardt. Ilia opponent will be morning and evening at ,
those'' who will\ vote at the state by seeing that it was mowed sod properly -
county election This J. Chillingwortb, that gentlemen W.llgated.when: the weather, was dry; Saturday night from DeLaad, and is The work of overhauling the machin. Contractor G. W. S. Bell has been :,
closes tomorrow so that those who having filed a petition. The name pavfd the ,i walks, and perh.pathe'moet the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Da- ery of the Lake Worth Ice Works has awarded the contract for the erection ota
; B. H. Dosteris- also mentioned Camara. with whom: she will spend the been completed, and the factory Is again at for '
op to the present time, neglected to important *.f all, bad a large fountain 'neat five-room cottage Stuart "
ister should see Mr.:Harris at M.B. with the mayoralty, ,but erected. In the accomplishment of winter. running on full time. During the time Mr. John Domini a prominent citizen of I

ma.'. store some time during the Mr. Doater has not made any this work, Mr. Scbmid has necessarily Mis. Hindry and daughter Miss the repairs were being made the factory Atlanta Ga. The cottage is to be used, j 'I,

The registering of voters for the aDnoucem Dt. contracted some debts, which should be Uindryreturued home last Friday night, supplied its customers from the Miami u a winter residence and will: cost )

cipal election; has been in progress the office of city marshal, three liquidated at once and by those who after a pleasant visit of three weeks at ice works. about' '1500. The carpenter work will !

October' r& City C1erk'Geo. 8. ; are already In' the field. enjoy the benefits of the Park. Mr. Jacksonville Lake City and other pointsin ThisVreek. a change: of management be under the supervision of Mr. E.. r f

U the presiding officer and be- Is to are the present efficient Marshal Schmid has been untirlug in his laborsto the State.Attorney went into effect at the Cooperativestore. Schultz, of West Palm Beach.Mr. .

found i each week day at the G. DeBerry, Paul C. Jones and W. improve tbe Park and ,now the W. I. Metcalf and Judge H. Mr. Prank Darling sent In his Wilbur Yarborough entertained: ,
o8jM>'in this Grabs block. The citizens\ of West Palm Beach should B, Saunders went to Miami Sunday resignation and he has been succeededby s number of his friends Wednesday even-

for Mgistrxtlon arstrom 3 to 6 p. ,tn. the office of City Clerk two names rally to his ..assistance and do their night to attend the October session of Mr. J. P. McKenna a well known Ing at the home of his parents, corner of ;

will be well for all residents, to mentioned. ,Of course it Is-general part.The County Court which convened on Monday resident of the East Side. Bvernia and Olive Streets, the occasion ,1

that everybody is required to' I I "'that tie''present c\4rk"\ Mr. Lake Worth Band, loo, deserves morning. Comptroller\ Croom has distributed being tbe anniversary of Mr. Yarbor- !

r there being no transfer of names S, Adams, will! not seen re-elec tbe thanks of the people of West Palm Wallace R Moses departed Sunday among the several counties of tbs ough' twenty-first birthday. The eveD'I

last years books or lists. In order aod the gentlemen who will be can Beach for that 'organisation has ever morning for Washington City. to take State the funds arising from the redemption Ing's entertainment consisted of social ;

; 'qualified forote la the State and 1 are? Judge H. B. Saunders and shown Its willingness to an.l.I.t'la the In the great reunion of the Grand Army and sale of tax certificates, for the conversation music and dancing, and 1(

ty .-11) the municipal elections; the ) C..A. Loprs. work of Park improvement, and to- of the Republic. He will be absent month ending July 3191. Dade county's delicious refreshments were served.: The :

.$4;'meat he paid ant later than far only two petitions have been night's entertainment is but another from town about two weeks apportionment amounted to $75-35. I I guests tarried until a late hour and a I
ber S3rd.. to T. J. Hardee county demonstration of tbe Interest the Band /
Mr; S. Schneidman left Sunday morning pleasant evening was spent.
for the vacancies on the board of The erected Mrs .4
being by
new cottage
collector Miami. boys feel in matters pertaining to the )
They are from T. J. Grier on a business trip to Washington A birthday celebration was
J' P. B. Everett on Olive Street, between happy
OATH) TO BE TAKEN George B. Baker As welfare of the city. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. | of Briggaon Wcdnes-
any pros- Clematis Avenue and Datura Street is J that Mr. Henry
The following Is the oath that Is ". candidate: has unti' Tuesday to Following for is the musical program ss He will make large purchases for his new nearing completion It will be s neat I dny. That evening Mrs. Bri tc. entertained

mlniBtief, by City Clerk Adams to 'ap his mind no doubt a ,full ticket arranged whichcommences tonight's entertainment store in the Commercial Hotel block. and conveniently arranged structure, at progressive pedro at her

_ who present themselves for &!. : I be forthcoming. o'clock: promptly at 7:30: Mrs; A. Nilson left Monday. mornIng and is to be occupied by Mrs. Everett. h -me on Datura Street the honors

Key"I I ou': a pleasure trip of a few weeks to being won by Miss Lamping and Mr.
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1. March Ii Lure the Ma."' ... LaurontluauII. The regular bl-weeklv meeting of the
A Department Official: Here.; i I Ii and Sand Key, Fla being the Oreratm-w" uperlu.."............Southern Washington, D. C.. and other points. West Palm Beach Board of Trade: will A. S Botsford. Dainty refreshments
II. Walls,-"Paradl...Ad..,.".............DaWItt She was joined in Jacksonville by her were served and tbe Importance of the
points of this cable |land it is be held 'at the usual hour on next Wednesday
Mr. A.'Zappone'as.f.tant; chief of 4. AaJaat andHcholhuhii"Maitle"
liuyer: son, who will accompany her on tbe event being celebrated was not forgotten -
accounts'department, United! States ntood that! (the awardafor the work 5. "Mi| .ulHh F 4Dd.uarQ"- ..... ......MrrcedwiIPTIBMIHHIOM evening. It is especially urged wishes
_ trip. for congratulations antI beat
been made.. v
The maritime inter that member of the organization
partment of Agriculture: irf'.h of T.l, 111101'.... Miss Constance Bryan. of $t. L.auder- every were cordially extended to Mr. Briggs.

{tern, -,IB, Washipgton.. p. C., New Orleans Key West New 6. Two Btap-"8. I. B. A.".........,........Hall dale passed through West Palm Bench be present at this meeting as there will
and .
other Atlantic leased from
West f Palm Beach Monday night points alongthe I.. .Bvranada "Schubert's"'............1Ie: II a....... come before the body for discussion matters Mr. S. Scbneidman hast
spent the greater part of the' week r ., will be very much! .beneftted by 8. Melody Walb-"Slnlir; Again that last( Friday night en route home from of vital, Importance to, the town. Mr. Conrad Schmidt a store room in the

Mr.Zappon* U tatledouul: i establishment of communication'be* sweet Ilefrnln" ...... Canton Ohio where she spent tbe Let every member'De resent. Commercial Hotel block and will about
0. the Blm.low of .. summer with her dater Mrs. P. A.
from headquarters= to Inspect work Sand Key and the mainland as it C.prlc"ID : the I'liiun" the first of November move his tailoringand
I 10. "Ulxl.. Land"Band. Barrett. Dr. Lartigne of Gainesville officialrepresentative
carried I enable' these interests-to keep in geiita furnishing establishmentfrom
at different points. His of the State' Board of
!' : with their seli'aDd receive suf. General Superintendent R. T. Golf its present location in the Gruber
bere.thlsweek.was! was occasioned in town this' week, inspecting .
certain improvements being : 'of Importance from them rig ., Serenade.Plans General Roadmaster B. Ben Carter and was block on Narcissus St. Mr. Schneid-
into the
and sanitary
af Jupiter and 8aod Key,, He ."I I lag these stations, which will be were mad Wednesday night by Traveling Freight ,Agent Bute, of the of Inquiring"The Styx He was pleasedto !plan Is now in the northern markets

Jupiter during the Week fact"was"acc : by-'taeana of International signal theak.. worth Band to serenade I"lurld" East Coast :Railway passed notice that a marked Improvement making his fall and winter purchase,

panled by Mr. C. W. S. Bell, who I ft seems proper to add that Con- Senator Dimick at bia beautiful home on through Monday evening in their prU has taken and it I. safe to and In his new stand will\ be 'better pro.
place, say
awarded the contrast by the was Influenced in making these the East Side and Mr C. N. Newcomb vale car, en route to Miami. for further pared than ever to meet the demands of
: there will be no cause complaint
to pat m)s new building for the I.. prl.tron. by the strong appeals of Riviera. Rain interfered/ : but the Vice-J're.ident J. R. :Farrott. of the after one or two suggestions made I his growing trade.Invitatations .

B.ureaa at that place. thu ,".rit1melutere.t." and tbe gen program was carried out successfully Florida, >?set Coast: Railway left St. by Dr. Lartfgue/ are carried into effect. I have been Issued for the

The expenditures by. the Weather public. last evening. Mr. DeB.erry\ very kindly Augustine with his family last Friday marriage of Miss Effie Frances Forsylb

reau pepartment will exceed ..f. .- placed one of the ferry launches the 'on a pleasure trip to Canada. The It has been noticed for several Friday of Miami, to Rev. C. Fred Blackburn,

dollars and the wordy la all passed Are You doing North 7 disposal of Manager Schmld and the party traveling: in ''Mr. Parrott' private evenings past that a number of young I pastor of the Methodist Episcopal

by Mr. Zappoue.h* Wing regarded ,. not consult your pleasure and house. of Senator Dimick was Brat visit- car which baa just been thorougly boys, most of whom are old enough to church, South West Palm Beach which

the chief of the Department'ai a : and travelby one ol th. mag. ed. The "boys" were entertained with ,overhauled and repainted in the shopsat know better have a habit of creating a I happy event will be solemnized si the

d'' peculiarly SUe for the work l in ships of the Clyde Line railing unbounded hospitality by the genial Si. Augustine.Prof nuisance around the bandstand in the Methodist church in Miami on Thursday

he is engaged. Jacksonville! Every comfort and Senator and they also met a similar fate J. C. Allen tbe newly appointed City Park daring the open air concerts, morning October x6th, st 6:30:
Speaking of the improvements can be obtained.. Tbe at the bauds of Mr. Ne'wcotnb, on principal for the West Palm Beach Pub- by loud talking and noisy I( me.. This o'clock's, m. Immediately after tbe

be made' by the Weather are fine and the bill of fare reaching Rlverla. Both these gentle lic School has arrived In town and Is not only disturbs members of the band, ceremony Rev. and Mrs. Blackburnwill

't Monday's Times-Union .ad Citizen : before, its patrons la all that could men have, on former occasions been 1 ready for the opening of the.fall term. bulls very unpleasant to those who go take the morning train for West ''

"Congress its \rasp seasiua'. llred. Our home people are patro- generous In their practical support of Professor Allen was, principal of the out to hear the music. If the noise isn't Palm Beach and will be at home to

ated, a small i jf;mount of money, foe ,\ Vlyde= ,Liae> liberally and on this town's popular musical organisation Miami Public School last term and is discontinued the assistance. of the police their friends In the Methodist parson.

ul, Weaibe 8ur.ati tot laying'a-cbte rettrn frotujthe tewth we hear and the management end membersof very highly spoken of by the Miami should be requested. 'I&el"oa Polnsetta street. Miss For.

tweea Key West, and Sand KeypI D<<.hot praise of their; el g.ot'INr.- the band are duly appreciative.Register. newspapers. Tie Tropical Sun had' a pleasant call .,tb' Is a slater of Mrs. B. B. Tatnm the i

small island; or'k.,.,'abOut' ten Il 'A trip on one of the staunch Clyde. .. II County Tam Assessor M. E. Gruber Wednesday from Mr. C E. Lewis, whole wife of Editor Tat urn, of the Miami

{ south of Key West;sad In 'a fair & will be a ......I.ttoa-to those who I went to Miami Sunday night with the traveling in the Interest of tbe State Metropolis and 1s a young lady of rare
all vessels passing between New never taken it. Early Rev. Blackburn has
application which Fair, to be held In Lake City la Novem accomplishments.
assessment roll
Register today I If wish 1903 presented
and points alollath. north genre choice accommodations.\ you to vote ber. Mr. Lewis says that he U meeting been pastor of the Methodist church in r
coast. The' award" 'fiV furniatrftig ... #. '>!..t. XroumABRer.. Jr., Alit in the State and county elections.Mr. .1I 1 -to at the thejateetlng'Board of. Comity of that Commiatoners body' witb much encouragement in his work West Palm Beach for the last twelvemonths

cable has been made to W, R. Brise ') Pass, Agent Jacksonville\ Fla, .. I Monday Bwtnring. Tbe assessment roll In Dade county and that be haa gathered daring which time he has won
v/i; New York, and the award for laying be will be pleased to give you I interesting articles this the love and admiration of not only the
Guy I. MetcMf left.this morningfor was accepted: by toe Board and Mr. op many
cable has .., made to the McKay attention! and full particulars. N. section which will be placed on exhibition members of his congregation but of tbe'
Wayresvtlte, C., where be wl1I\ Druber I returned home on Tuesday
gineering Company, of Baltimore. 4. join his wife and family. They will I morning. at the States big show, Mr. Lewis entire population of the city, by his
gress also appropriated money. for WIN will' far earnestness and devotion to the cause
,CLAPP'S SHOES, J6oo.Dd return to town about the first of Novem ass says that the Pair this year exceed
erection of a Weather Bnreaa at -finest made-at ANTHONY'S ber. Vltal's Brand Clothing ANTHONY'S eLLA that of last year in every way.. of Christianity. i i'i id

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:!:1! THE TROPICAL SUN.Pioneer : LAW MAY BE AMENDED You'll over find us r

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( Onluesv11{ Sun, In ,,j e. recontTll H ft; : 7E1 TTENTIO ,
hi/' calls. .Attention to the abuse: of ai I law We hAve but one price- IE x,
,,1 1 \ 'SVN PUBLISHING COMPANY whtch.baa become.so"ptend Hf'ln Ala/- 'to T1fe ttrOP Ca.fSUri. : iS '. : 1-: 1=." ,," \ ;J r
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chua, county aa 'to 'necessitate a "'
I' amendment. 'Thin the watt 6n,the label off t1ir (t piaIfvthatdecr >t tper. > "" II! '
change or an '
f IVIMV rnioAY We have' but o elquaUty4 .

: ;' AT WEST PALM ._"OM.DAD. OOUNTV.FLORIDA. state of affairs exiatgf, tllmostevery' ', 'ls.-pl tot to,'Octat>e$fWiOt1f ,;.\ : II I
Alacfiua county.but ;) THE BEST .
SUBSCRIPTION! PRICE. I 12.00 A YEAR. 106s ,' .
i' :; 'they are in arrears.'fol "
county\ if indeed not every county We Barry a lino of '

"i '1,I Entered at the a. econd-cliiM Postofflct of matter.West Palm Beach tbe mangiacturedJt State* where' .domestic: wine is subsctlptron," and"t hOUld)f ''r* rd' "''aiin : ; HARNESS .

{m' FRIDAY OCTOBEttDEMOCRATIC 10)902. !! is known!to! be a fact thafc'fcrjany i .' OUnts due'promptly.TIf1 subject;Lethg;: above oopditlone.L I i\
manufacturers of wine' 'retail tthe 1 "] '
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TROP1bAL: 'SUN>f' : ::1-\
product to minors airwell aitadults, : !

Ti NOMINEES on: Sundays aa well "aa otbett. "days; 'r' ..'Q x Hafctiett's HARD.W A Restore.Wont :

and that such manufacturers: have ', < ;,
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l In.many iDatances'Become {greate ;
R rib National. "
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-- snare to the: youth than the open TRY e ,I. .,. 1, "" ."-
y',1, United States Sel/ator' bar-rqom{, could! ever become. ',Thl 1.

t, STEPHEN R MALLORY.. .state of affairs exists""In dry eoontleeand'wet STMflffifir: STEWLAUNDRY; : : y 1 ?2
counties; alike, and under mUnfAlmT .
) ( 'ff '
,' Representative In Congress .Wont Palm Bench" OctU'" B. l\)l>:8.
a the shield of auf State laws these I
ROBERT W DAVIS' and sage the money over butt nlells shirt. and faded lahrto '
4 I :,.,;' wine manufacturers are allowed?to Work called't' of"and delivered'promptly or l If left with M. tt. Aultman, "NO MONOPLV' F r:> .
and n.ftkc' drnnaards
\" State. the Clothier, it Will receive 'llie lame attention". ..
Mr1A ; who could obtain Intoxicants .
,; many boys STRAHAN BROS.. Proprietors On good Coffee. Anyone can get It U they will' go'about 'It
; Supreme Court Judge
r from other The
1 ",J no source. Cor.. Clvntstls Avenue and Railroad Way) It la the i'lglitv.'way. We bope nq one will i road us '.s '..,Iug.I r
Sun fails to the difference betweenthe i'
flee .
I Coffee in is here.
'11.. I that the only good tows .. "___ '
: ; wine traffic and! the liquor traffic,
: 1/:' Secretary State .. and why this ftroad"discrimination that I was 1'roflpVeJudge'; men I In ..............+..NN.N.; I II isn't so'there are good stores here hat sell as gr r o1 v

.;.'t':'.' H CLAY CRAWFORD L should be', made. Wine Is certainlymore tliis life by what "they 'accomplishThe i I WHAT TH ESTATE : I Coffee as we do, but-r-TjIKV; iCIIARGMARE; '9 1? f& ; r

State Comptroller'ALON2O i. Intoxicating: than beer is far Senator\ baa made/a'. ipftiine' 'In ;, THAT'S THE KfeUNEL<; IN TUB1 NUT.- 'Onr rivate* '

C CROOM more mptlng.as.to; taste, and to a private life and a great success in his 4. PRESS SAYS J 8 Blend of Coffee is the best we can find. Grade for; Grade,

I CommtsslonersR reasonable mind it would, certainly publkj cjireerso he must be a gre"-, NN.NNtr.NNN. aN.N.. 'Price foe Price';-and there is fid Other ,jpolfea..as.good\ to be

"t ,',r Railroad HUDSON :BURR appear that, all, intoxicants should er 'rnaa.; than .a,, mere t lkll"'j Who' The Sliver Uning 'had .!fn\tqaState"\: the.rrfoney.' ; <- .. *. ,'T.T i t 7/ 'v

JEFFERSON B BROWNE be classed and dealt with alike. knows but thai; tie, like \Senator Unless the coal, strike is soon settled Put up In 2 pound tins, Price 50 cents,. Parker Un
l The Sun does not charge that all Uanna, will become a great and everybody will have to emigrate to Florida matchable Coffee is the finest grade, in tt pound cartoons only
j 3y3 County. wine manufacturers abuse the law, forcefu! speaker, if he can,find time to this winter to keep warmSt.. Augustine and the price is .$1.00.

but certainly a very large per cent turn his attention. that way. In Record.
: RepresentativeGRAHAM
i do. with all cit : Finest GroceriesIt
W JCINGTreasurer of them common our thinking --- x* W.; BUBKHABDT e.
The Gainesville Sun::; argues as follows zens 1 am ready with my little workof Any Old Way.

4 C H RAULERSON : commendation fur Senator TalU- The Hon. W. B. Lamar, in giving his will pay yoit to purchase our Coupon, JJooks t tI
"At the next, session ot tbe Legislature ; ferro, and If at any time be wants to opinion on the primary system, says he "

Tax Collector it is probable that the law know anything, about anything that la in favor of such a system for nominating -I I : ., .
THOMAS HARDER whereby the manufacturers'of wine 1 know anything: about and it la candidates for office. He leaves the -

Tax In Florida 'from native fruits were proper that I Bhould Impart tbe information impression,' however, that he would be

,, RICHARD Assessor M SMITH given without; tbe right paying to sell a license thelr'products' to the a subpoena.be will not-Tom bare Sawyer to applyfor In satisfied with so long either ss be primaries gets there.-De-, or con- I ll'A"ll'll'Al1Al1Al'Al1Al'Al1l1iAl1gAl1Al'AllAl'Al1Al'Al'A' '/ .' A'1Alill'lfJ' ((: 1

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County Commissioners1st State. will be B. ended. West Hillahorougb Frees. .

District "The general; I-complaint- from various : REMOVAL SALE h IJ
F C AICIIER I Dade Lead. .1 1 ,
parts of this county'that the law A very' desirable and Importantmove ;Every Board of County Commissioners .
and District is being abused will ''justify] 'the con- is or) foot to remodel and ,reform '
in the State should study the roadmsk-
GEORGE W LAINHART clusion that an effort will be made to the laws relating to the,.jiesp lJI- ing in Dade Of course Improvement f <,, .'
1 3rd DistrictR modify the law and restrict the sale ment and collection of taxes. B. may be made and changes suggested =j; A Grand Chance-- 1=. '

.1 : E MCDONALD of such wines to packages of not less Dickinson, Alochua' county's collector : according to materials at band ,but the "
J than five or perhaps ten gnl/ons./ Is making efforts to bold a con.feniion work l is one urgently needed at this
4th District "The Sun has investigated'' tbeomplajnts of' Florida assessors and stage itt the progress of the State, and A percent. .

f JOHN SEWEH;, received pt this office, cojfectory at th.. Alachua county I here should be no halt In the move- | 25 "

5th DistrictS And i'w .<:Qnatr ned to ,believe that fair to b, hold |In! Qatnef ville; Jn 'Noy- ment.-Tlmw-Unlon and Citizen. a .- -- IE

A BELCHER there are those who are violating: ember oext and to the a.nd. theft+ Reduction All

Members School Board the law but doing, ft t in such a way propose and determine' .upon such Jennings. Ready for tile Race.: on ,, :: .

1St District as to make detection almost a mat. 1 legislation as 'ill give relief from We are to4! by a gentleman whq

E B KING ter of impotwibillty. These parties the cumbrous and perplexing; laws claims to know whereof ha speaks, that' Cash PgrqI1srIs:
are using native products only to that; BOW mystify the officers who the candidacy of governor jenniuge for ;
j 2nd DistrictJ such extent as la necessary to deceive hAve to interpret and nxecute them. the, United States Senate is not a matter E

C HARRIS tbe authorities. Instead of The? News wishes all such good work of 1 conjecture. Tbe governor, onr in. ,
God Cocoa: and formant.eys, is Indeed and In fact a
3rd DistrictW manufacturing pure wines and buildIng speed.-" Rockledge
M BURDINE up a legitimate.industry ouch as Jews.. candidate now, minus only tbe 'formal As we' are soon to remove to the Commerci.,

I the law contemplated, there announcement, which be probably i'clal Hotel Block Clematis Avenue, It..Is
+ Justice of the Peace are I thinks would be a bit mature at this '
3rd DistrictH those who are making use of the The compulsory education law time.-Starke Telellranb. I a absolutely necessary to reduce our

P BRANNING vilest drugs known to the professional which went into effect in Marylanda : lines of Hen's Furnishings, Clotfla I

_. mixer, and using just enough I few days since, requires all children Sam'a Spell Is On'. . Ing and Hats., . :

Grover Cleveland, these bright of the raw'material from tbe garden; I between 8 and 12 years old to go today The latest sensational of :::: -, ., "."'. .'..
and vineyard to keep the authorities school. Children between 12 harangue -- .
summer days, is sitting quietly over '
/ Sam Jones baa been directed against the !tIo
the fishing polo and chuckling to off their track. This is being done [and 16 must go 'to school unless order of Elks, which be accuses of, -

himself a great deal\ Tampa by tbe wholesale In corne pnrts 01tbls they are regularly employed, and drunkenness and every. other sin to I S. 5eHNBIDM1\N'' :

Hearld. county, and it is certain that 'even then" they must go unless they which man is heir. The Elks U a social .. .
the'mixers are selling their vile stuff can read and write. Children receiving order, and its members are among the The Men's' Outfitter _"'-r

Perhaps King Alfonso may shine In small quantities and manufacturing similar, 'Instruction elsewhere moat cultured and beat behaved classesin l' = drubcr' Block: West PalmB' Ji, 15. ".. \
up to Lillian Ituseell. So far beseems drunkards by the score. In some are not required to go to tbe puhlio! the United States. 'What Sam baa to' f -.

Lillian to never be about m'lrrlcd.-Mempbls the only man that enacted places it by is claimed both colored that and the scenes white schools renders, instruction and those inexpedient whose health or say break about(it!up the!or order seriously I. not impair calculated; .It* asefulness. to-I I'rc"narnintnrnntrnrnrntn" " "trsnrnrnrnR" " 'iotn" "irn" "iuntiin9r" ,; ,! r '

Commercial Appeal. people, ,who, gather at these wine Impracticable. are exempt from the ., Bam goes into eruption every -. .:
now and then, and his tongue must bare| '" "
shops end.drink the vile stuff, are provisions of tbe law,. I.-
something to rap against when the spell
New candidates are bobbing up almost such as to bring disgrace on the comes on.j-Galnesvllle Sun.
daily in different parts of the community. The newspapers, of London have Masurys Paints and Varnis.h

State for the position of Attorney. "Those who have studied the matter undoubtedly made trouble for the High Price on Orange .: .-
General. The Governor will probably carefully claim that if the sale or Dowager Duchess of Abercorn. In ,
A dispatch front New York dated October The great success we haVe had In selling these good, and the
wines from home products was con.. writing notices of the celebration
slake the within the a
tat says the highest prices ever i, growing demand has warranted oar placing aa order'' for. a-
few fined to packages; of five and ten gul few days ago; of her ninetieth birth-
next days. paid for California oranges at auction i car load of 30,000 pounds to arrive soon. These good!! are
I Ions there would not be the Injury d-iy, they asserted positively 'that were obtained on that day for the extra 'the BEST on the market, and the PRICE IS RIGHT..! We, A'

; The statistics of the city of JatfcBonville either to the law or the communities she did not look to be a day over fancy grade from" a car of Old Mission I I will be pleased to send you color-cards, and quote 'you prices.. ,
show that seven ty-flva which is taking place daily." thirty years old, Of course every brand. There were twenty-one boxes,

biibies were born there during, the woman in England will want to sizes Ilia and 1268, bringing from f 1387 ,- East Coast Lnior p pYards
month of September. And some TOM SAWYER ON TALIAFERRO. know how she managed it, and a. to' $14 per box. Henry Hicks & and Sp1y Compally i

people claim that September! i the Mr. Caruack tbe great: Tennessee great many of them will ask her for Son, fancy fruiterers, were purchasers.
her of .P. Rublmao & Co. offered the car. Titusville, Eau GaUi'&Vprt ?J0re
dullest month of tbe year.It windjammer: I In. the, United! States recipe perpetual youtbfulness. ,
Senate, got himself hissed tbe other -Ex. prices If California, what may oranges be expected.can sell for at Florida such 'General Office. ,. Eau:: Gallie Fla.. :

day, while talking with his mouth, I
oranges, a superior fruit Such
is rumored that State Hiiperlnttintent lie made a speech some time ago Miss P. Nellie Beck, recently of tbe prices aa are quoted above should greatly j <" ', "

Shents will be a candidate that attracted attention on account Bartow Courier-Informant, Is now stimulate the orange producing business '
for Governor two years hence. There of its vitriolic/ tendencies, but he said associated with that excellent paper, I in Florida. Any judge of good After the Fire

can be no doubt that Mr. Sheats has his ray. and ought; to be quiet unless tbe IVnsacola Journal, fn thA impact fruit will acknowledge tbe superiorityof : '-
in him the milking a tine governor of editor.- Miss Florida p l Go to your safe and gut.
w be really has a message lie will Its society Beef\ Is the orange oyef all com Lf out
0 a good Fir
4 but Kradford county would destroy his usefulness. It Is not the one of the most talented members. of petit?.. /l/1 f and it will be insurancePolt.y,, .

l dinliko to see him give up his present tnlklngest; man who succeeds in the tbe State press, and the newspaper We understand that many growers in gloppy jUI'"llJr.eD.AdIDS. $4.SArtt .
position.-Stnrke TeleKruph.ly fraternity of Florida will bail this State have already, sold their crops '. -
$!;enate. A few years ago we sent a with, : ',", ...' (
.t from (t to' f the trees. At -1
Jacksonville named Talia- pleasure her return to Journalism.\ as 2.30on : .
merchant '
* _' f 13 and $14 per boa now In New York 1f.
T iTT.
; his action in appointing ferro to the Senate-.a man who cannot some dealers stand a good chance of Uaven't' --Got ...('; ,

.' r, Judge Beggs to fill the position of make a hurrah, speech If ha There's Many A Slip.It making a fortune on Florida (Orangs. 'r f J's-'aycod, f' .

r .! J: Judge of the Criminal (Court of should tr ',a Dd boa' sense enough. not Is prttty tarty to be falking aboiit, Growers assert that there U a good Any Fire Insurance yon

; Record in Eticambla county; without to try. He has not been there. long, but on a'''recent visit to' lactulon.lit. the profit in tj per box. Those who have say ? Don't see how ,youcan. ,. af.

Y f' first consulting the wishes of the but,he hue dune a greater thing for: editor of this paper heard the name of gold' their crops for less than ford to be without.! J Ik, Talk hover
' { !,w Democratic Executive Committee .of his State than any other, nfltn we Hon. D. U. Fletcher'mentioned scfeeral' ,evidently Incurred a loss, eren if the v with '
{- ({, th-rt county. Governor Jennings hash ever sent to represent us. By some times In connection with the'' governor New York price falls to f6 per box f tbe chance or some act of shrewd ship two years hence.-Madison! New Ing the present month. California or. '
2 ; brought forth the criticism, of judgment The Tropical Real Estate
anger have no sates here after the Exchange i
r. ,ii',"' committee. This action on the part be got .our Jndian war claim, Enterprise.--.-...... of the home fruit, and It'appearance is '
,' I is termed tbe of agfd tacked on to a bill Tropical' Son Block "
-/\' of the Governor by rmemory And the lomewhat the elsewhere W. I.
Whisky Bills same and It a METCALIf
,. JJJ1 la!>ae r.i
'. committee as undemocratic and contrary which bad plenty friends and behold When t the next legislature provides box of lit or 116 California oranges ;1
; to the State Democratic plat tbe long yearning for half a box ,
: /For the payment of the expenses of a brings (13 per a Florida box should -
'' form. At a meeting the commit. 1 million dollars will BOUD be ours, I 1 hate primary they should Include railroad bring a third more.-lacklOnltle Me. 'j

,!\I[:....i., tee held recently in l'enRacola, suppoM that Mr. Tuliaferro has fare sad hotel bills, the usual lip fropo'ls.! LAKE WORTH ,BOAT WORKS

resolutions expressing the dfeupproof never had a more persistent and coin to'i heel.,." should' also be included!... -N A. T. '
To Cure a Cold la One ItOSE, Proprietor. .,e.,1.
-vai! of that body were unanimously eistentfactional opponent 'than thin. ICissimmee Signal. Day Laanches, Vachts, 8.11 and Fish 'I,
Take Laxative Bromo Boats, Bow
Quinine Tablta. Boats
I the resolutions writer and I thought thaI; the State .. .nd Dinghy.
adopted, and copies of --- + Dam to Order, Overhauled
\ All drllnlsl. refund the money If Repaired or Haoled Ou" k. I
had made selection tn her ;
I were ordered forwarded to a poor YOUNO'S.HATS-none .better madeat it falls to cure. B. W. Grove's slgoa. '.. Boat Yards at) Mangonla.
Governor Jennings. :!Senator but I am ready to admit 4 |3.oo. AHTHONY: Baos lure U oa each box. aj cenU j lO.18.tl P.
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prof MOI' Campbell of Lick: observa '
NEWS OF THEOUTSIDE lory, eud.the following to" the Associated HAPPENINGS WHY DO YO T- TARRY r

WORLD PrcMi The comet discovered at ABOUT THE STATE >*,,. a' .
Lick! observatory on September 1 by
I Professor Berrine has grown steadily 1. WHY DO YOU WORRY?

Item of Interest Boiled 1 Down and brighter until now it is visible to the Paragraphs of Interest Concerning! ,
( IfneyrtadderL jehaltieye.* It> will continue to move the Great State of Florida.In ''iii j l'Ii4 I .
prep .te( rapidly tob southwest. WHEN YOU CAN GET
ov >taking General. ANYTHING YOU
W ) i WeeK.
R.. e< >: ? 1ber .
N .''fi'' .'1''If --. .early in Noriei ; .:x .-. ..1., ..I -n I *h.q 'z,

n.{Facyeterjf i 'bathe., JJovyB\ a' award i ot Company The .fnternational.MercatttllerMarlue Jin,,the vameTbf the corporallbu Tampa's city tax valuation for the ,WANT IN THE HARDWARE OR FURNITURELINE

ed the contract, K ffafa9&&fl; underwhich the Atlantic steamship present year (6,886,000.00
l New-
the ba4'tleahip'Loalsian414tU'' ,
new 'arttsbid" combination: Is l to be. carried, out. Paper The city.postofHce of Jacksonville U "

POrt'of New$13,990,000.* Shipbuilding\ ;. (Company>,' ," fwere" ::Tiledr 1 'in Trenton Wedneaday soon to bay five sub-districts. / ',tl AT CHOOSER'S "

p I giving the Internattonal Navigation On lat the State of Floridahad .
: August,
The election ta'. 'de r ta'.aat. week re Company tbiq new name and increasing ,
EtmocratiC In it; treasury In cash, $ttooooq -
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salted |Ip '1,1 overwhelming' its c/pttal to $%20,000,000. -

victory Ibejtjentfre:,State ticket being'' joh'u n..':Goodwln, grand'' sire of the 'A shipment of 45 boxes of grape fruit The town of Wauchula, DeSoto county .onus.u.uuuu.uu.* ..?&... ....... ..

electedr;! JlQn.-.j9hnr) :M. Terrell, ,was, XndependenC( der,of,Odd :Fellow* baa passed up the road Tuesday night from his been Incorporated, .
the Fort section. This la W. UEIM. Jt.nnoADWELL. M D., Physician and '
elected Governor probablythe
I announced the. IIppolnt nent of Maj-Gen. Before the dawn of the'year 1902, nine Reglatered l'barmael to office In Dru .AAI }
first of the
Th histori?church: -pt PedrengOf near M. A,.felleyl department commander of shipment season.---Bat tow prominent couples In St. Augustine will I '

Trieste, collapsed early i the patriarch militant of uniformed Odd ,CourierInformant.The

urday killing four; priest and eiilasf'sat-I, Fellows throughout the world. 2 hit of- opening ol Stetson University wed.The COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY : ,

.shlppets.! 19eveea1'' w' te' '' lice.:".. created at die last session of the week" was the beet in the history of that Nashville freight Railway traffic of Into the-LonUvUle fensacola &Is 11 RIM & BKOAUWIiXti

thousand old. : Iu Des Moines. Institution. A thousand persons wEre
churcb"CII a. years sovereign lodge '' ,
jy The',official 'auno"u1cciment: has beentuade I' Great crowds have), been pouring intothe present, and the enrollment of students heavier past twelve now months.than at any time'withIn' the' Proprietor 1:1 : 1(

'b of.the consolUAtlou of the Atlantic .Natloonl Capital'this week to attend reached. 233 which Is the largest on ;

Coast ]tine and'Louisville,.& N shvl11. the thirty-sixth annual encampment of .record. Arcadia claims the dlstlncilpn of ship Dealers in Reliable >Medicines and Chemicals. j '
Railway systems, the former having l se- the Grand Aimy of the Republic;which The damage to the cotton In Alachua ping the first car of oranges' from the -- ,

-cured' coutrol IIK.interest/ in'the latter opened on Monday add lasts the. entire county by the heavy' rains .is Immense.d state this season, and the News' says
some sections the has been almost that the Manatee county car was just
week. Owing .to the Inflamed condition'ot crop A PULL LINE Ors
T1I.e' Jlomnona' are, In. conference; at the Pre ldent'. leg, br was unable to a total toss. The yield of cotton In one day behind Arcadia. x. r Perfumes Rubber Goods = I
Salt Lake City and are very indignant review th*parade, much ta the disappointment that county will be about 30 per cent The Florida Cottonseed Oil Mill Co., ,
'tboOl't Iticent., i Pulitxef :murder,. which under that of last \ Toilet Articles, Cigars and
? oi the veterans.OovernorJenninga' year / at Jacksonville, Fla., is about to erect a = 3

it Brigham,I is;.Cbargedwaecomudttet.byp Young: ,!uliould be\ laid: Bon"of at the ... .. .."' .-,--- An English ship drawing over twenty.: large refinery bnlldlng two stories high =- 'and' Stationery. Tobacco. A

Suggestion. Four feet of water passed over the bar at und 46x220 feet. The company expects =

bn door d M mol1i.m. : Fernandina a few days agq end entered to put in a complete plant for the refining 3 3-ltf .LMS..DIOCK; WENT PALM BEACH. :
free anduptrsmmeled press '
'3t .' Bishop Henry G. Potter" was married While the. the harbor.' The Fern andina- bar is only of oil, and will also manufacture soup. .

ry, to Mrs\ ; Alfred' Corning Clark,at,ChristChurch of Hue State has been amusing! itself by-a fire miles from the-city, and they clafm vvvmvvvvvvvvvvvvv'vvvvvv.vvvvvvnvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.CITY
free iuief8sydlslu; of, the manner The latest railroad rumor that the At.
nCoopentownNX.SaturdayRev. ; t. the finest harbor In the State. .
claim fund antic[ ,Coast Line has had made ;
(-which ,the'\\Dii.D; War
Grolve'uor"Mre'Clark'lf: rector
Dr. should be ''disposed ,of, Governor' Jen.pings' .. MU>BoatwrlgM, a fifteen year old girl from Hilliard and from Callahan to determine MEAT MARKETFlorida '
'miMsJated 61 1M't'\ bishops, performed of is decided I
has j>eeu, quietly formulating a Tampa acquiring celebrity which is the best route to buildto
;the,1 ceremony.la locally as a preacher of the gospel. She and Western Meats Poultry'Game and Eggs.
plan for the 4iaposal of. the $$679,698.00 Fernandia, and has selected the route ,
Sf IxiuU Saturday, Robert M. Sny- I bait little secular''education, but is
very Csllahan'a
from distance of twenty-five .
which- ,
the least
..nvolved,' '- ; to say ; Marl Orders Receive Careful Attention. ;
"e 'er:was ,.coovicted..of bribery and was: Characterized by the plain common sense mild to be learned in the Scriptures, and miles over a level stretch. ; ,
:.atellftd..to flvo years i. the State, pen.I .her discourses are beautiful and eloquent Jefferson Block. WEST PALM BEACH. ; .;
to -observed in most of his official The:.San Mateo cigar factory is I, preparing !-1-1901 M1
i"ttentlary His appeal bon A.waa.. xed at I ,
movements.$. to turn out a new mixture for
$25,000,which was.: Initnediately signedby : The Pearson Oil Company l Is the name .
.1 This plan the Governor has laid 1 before pipe tobacco. The company has received -
two of bis attorneys. the board of commissioner of State c/f/ a company which is boring for oil a shipment of Virginia leaf, : ''

1 The Lincoln Coal Cousparof .u'O.1 institutions-, they following official Dear Sumterville. The company h'a which will be used as a mixer with Havana BURTON EO CO. -'TV vii

r ingtou, W. Va.,,sold 500.care of,soft cnal: lettwhich', though dated as long ago reached a depth of 250 feet with a ten- clippings It is claimed that this

'Saturday to'New:York'parties at t3 per as last July has: never' until now been Inch pipe, and l cannot scent oil yet hut will make a fine .article of smoking

'" .,ton .at the': !mines,.which; '!mines the ..highestprloe ,made publici 1 claim Coursgingt'that "the" prospects are very en- tobacco. Gravel! Roofing Concrete Asphalt Paving 11:
for soft coal at the In the State of Floridar Executive -Depart' Tile Hull Phosphate Works at Punta

,history of West"Virginia. ; anent. Tallahassee, July at, lopa.-To The Tampa Bay hotel Company have Gorda are nearly completed, and the 'I

'Al";Manila<< cable: gays that Cpt;;Jobti the Honorable"Board of ,Slate Institn 1\leased 1 the grounds of the famous Tampa- first cargo of phosphate rock will\ he \ This Company, after doing considerable work for ''i l

'1 jT ?PershUg's colnmri has completely; ; tlonsi Gentlemen-.1 have The honor to I {ay Hotel to the City 'of Tampa' -!. for 'a shipped next week.' The Spanish steamer McDonald, McGuire, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson) ; f

routed the MacliV Moron, in the Island.of. transmit\ herewith United States Treasury I public park, for,a rental of $4,000 per Gaicia Is now In purl awaiting'a cargo *' Mayor Whllldln, Dr. Munyon, W. P. Hatchett, Anthony ',4

Mjndsnao, kftingoe wounding hotjk.drediof 1 'warr nt No'./tyfe .signed.! O. L.p.aldlngj year. The hotel.ill be opened again of 4000*tons of rocks which: will go Brothers and others, will go away for the present but will be p 1 '
? : 'themVsnd cspturiog'and: de, assistant I S*,; iary of Treat' I the coming winter, ender the alanageI frolll the aew.worlu.t01; Pl niouth and ; '
back for work here and Miami in '
,'.trotlag (forty Co..... Two Americans try, Tracewell, Comptrol r.'etc., datedWashington.Pi I meut of Col. A. E, Dick, Falmouth.England.: ala .Banner: I to complete contracts .j;'
for In Florida is stih AUGUST. Any one desiring work of' this kind would do well 't,:
were wounded" \ ) ,q.T*ry.) \.I'J1Y.t.I the 'I Orange growing avery Mr. E. P." Porcher, of Cocoa, has concluded : *
Z C! lUla'Coe.) ; of the SrlUsli'.schoob'er sum.of$679,698.6ovamo4nt'found'' to be prosperous business. One grower to; remove the shed cover from to. write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville 'f I,.

Clara L. Dyerybringd: news bf' a threat. due FloriJa'gDdU'ihe"U
oed 'revelation in.t;>e repuhll ".6f Honduras act of May 27.'190<1 (IPublieNo.134)),, as ,15,000 boxes aiuL Is offered, $i 50 per the growth of the tree., and has,decided guaranteed.

; .:.J c1i'' 'bitterness has resulted m J' jfaUv appear by: stated accountcontained .: box) on the trees aggregating: '22,500, that the are better ofT without the shed; East Coast Work .Solicited'
: l in. dated It is doubtful these trees have coat the
front the recentpresidential election-, Washington, though be wilt leave the walls standing.

and I U, .is feared that the feeling may P. C., July 18 1903, addressed to meign" ; owner 11,000 within a yenf.- Orlando Mr. W. S. Hart, of Hawks Park, has ar-
lead to a"revblntionl dF..E.-Rittmau, auditor War l>c- : Star. w rived at th. same conclulon.lIDd will at --------------------------

The Dempcrats of the-'Tenth: Congres. pertinent, confirmed,, by stftttment Ct( After being tied up, for about' jive once remove his 'shed1 covers; but "will S '

sional District of New'York hare' nominated \ State Treasurer Whitneldaud verified by Months on account of the l low'Stage' of leave the walls standing. CRAYONS. 0 WATER COLORS.

i for Congress Hon. Edward Swann, State Agent W. \ 'I nott transmitted water, the Kissimmee River steamboat I

{who waa bottrand reared in }Feftuuidlna, lerewltb, The account. was made and. iervicewRs resumed .this week. Capt.KoebuCK .' The Sawn Timber Manufacturers' Association &ESLER.

this? $to&?*T1i 'teatn' 'war reprewuted itarted: as of'June( o. 1903, on plan stall' was the first to get In, bring of Western Florida and Southern RICHARD, E. |

a Congress for many-years*by Amoa-J. Mlaad! ,..grc.d-upon"by.-Treasury te ing,bis small boat up from Lake KIssinV Alabama, in session "In Pensncola s
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Cummfngs, 3vbp,died<< a,fflllP mouths egos. penmen tAnditoPRittmanand, myself, cove, and arriving: the,first gf the. week. last Saturday decided not to sell a cubic stick photo aphett.I I .
while (tn, ronference I In. In of timber at less than I7# cents'a : .
and,'who was well known. .in{ Florida.. .... ; _,...on. Juuejo, 1903 L. erKlsaimmee ValleyGazette.Jaclisonville foot. All the mills ift! the' association
sahington City, a IB indicted oy* my
Tbe.celebrated coal strike has entered etter dated July a, 1902. addressed. toAudltp proposes to elghj will,ire lInltT! cut only 75 per cent of CLEMATIS AVENUE
thousand dollars the annual
to tptrid on
upon its sixth'month,and there has been their capacity Any mill failing to comply -
.which, ; Masonic
( -War Department, ,was gala week,..ovef two thousand; of which I Opposite Temple.
'lI m..terial 'ange- except; that matter with this requirement will be fined
Snally.aooepted and a certificate signed
ee" ta be gradually growing wors- aedmorecompfeateds xreasurer .. haS already been raised. H tensive the amount.pf 'the extra output, which } West Palm Beach '
effTt k9,OdveryorariAplpR4ikevStale! ; preparation are being made to give the F1a. '
President* members of
o will be divided among the
and attested the of
by Secretary
visitors to the metropolis in November a "
aad.hi cabinet have taken band iu the Slater giving bonded Indebtnesa, rate of the association, ? ------------------ -----
time and it l Is '
fine xpected""that large
will be made'to
matter} and effort
a strong Interest when refunded etc., as more crowds will be-In attendance.l In the 'C\rc\ l't Court: at Jacksonville, _

adjust all differences at once, so that fully Appears! copy! transmitted here, some time;, ago, Thos.:C, Mcpozfer: was!
operations--at tbq mines will be< imme; T. A, Williams,a respected'citizen: oiTallahassee Do You Want aWe
with:.In accordance with my 'agreement- given a judgement against the Untied\
met horrible death last ,
eUatel, reaoJllellanq public |llowe4 a '
Wlih the department' and Companyof STEAMBOAT ?
Guaranty s
,." : '. ? Friday, as a-reeultof falling into the States ;Fidelity have them to Sell,and If we
\1) agfier nqJoPir _
; be- .
Assoirtinff that this matter will adjusted Baltimore in"the sum ot"$ i7.81, the none on Lund toiuit ws can
knives of a mowing machine. Awhile\ of> Juan what" Son want. '
coal famine the North :
The through i.i (s under.your instructions and that payment of'which amount was refmet
becoming.qulta ajarmlng, a* the winter the! amount due "Florldn will be paid I crating[ the same. One of his' legs: wm, by the company. The matter was taken We are also Prepm-ed ,
mangled that be was unable to
season draws, n arer. If the strikes are deem it ,proper; .that I aould !acquaint so badly within reach of assistance uutil it before State Treasurer Whitfield 'under To Furnish _..... ,__ _,..__.______,
not coop settled lr is feared that'there yon with my views on the policy ..that, it get Section C-Revised: Statutes of Flor. .. -
4 will be,Ju 'eJ.tls In) sonic! sections(, Iaitrnctlons is.tuy: purpose d to recommend, which Is, was too late- and he died from loss of Ids, who now demands a deposit of the Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
blood soon after he was carried !home.
have beeXUsued' to ran.Sun : amount should be used for the amount of.the judgement. The outcome
day coal trains through the State' of( payment of the bonded indebtedness-'' of While pntrblJing his beat a''few day oftbeitsajte.Isone! ; '0' more than passIng .'. Write or call on us for Anything in
i ,
; Virginta aid elsewhere In order t6 lisp<< the State. According the report in ago, a Pensacbla police'officer found the I Importance to ,the State, and will be Our Line" that you need.

date the shipments of coal for the relief mytttSitX';'the bonded Indebtedness of decayed right, hand of a woman. The watched with keen interest. Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
a. j'4 of communities and Interest,'sufferingand Florida is a million thirty-two th"uaandfive' hand was found lying in about six: inches : ,,

''- Imperlltd-fOO thrwant ol fuel. .Tie hundred dollars, of which amount of water near one ol the wharves of the St. Petersburg can boast of having one. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville I

daily output of coal in the Flat Top and $r48ooo.oo,.in ,th.. hand of Individ- city, and was not in any way mutilated. of the newest and most profitable Industries '

Pocahontas fields, siting the' IIIel"of uals. I. suggest: that the $148,00.00 It appeared to have been in the water In the State In that of-the canningof la-14 _PROPRla'l'OR Marine Railwa:.

the Norfolk & Western Railway,, la. at State botlds-'be purchased} once as about tent days. Where it came from i ia Is pineapple. P. W. Ramm & Sons, r '

present about 600 car. or 94,000 toos; they will mature January I, 19<>3. It t ii mystery which, la now pnullog the who can be credited with the. discoveryof :

hut It I.$ expected: that these' fields! wilt my opinion that it Is the part of ,wirdom Peusacola police. successfully canning tbU (fruit where have 1101tO1a031drA07t07101107tO1t0110710710U0iI0'i10A0:10i107.o i10i10i10.0'.t0ia

!goon furnish'tbri! market ''with 906 '"car' as well ..safety to take np these bonds The Atwood Company: have a solid their plant located at Pinellas, '

daily. tAotbraclte coal U now felling at'' and hold them for Legislative direction. body of"'a.ooo grape flat trees Just coming they have a force of twelve men conktantly .1
kept busy preparing and puttingup I Bank of the State of Floridao
some point{!for 't-mJ..r."Jlola'rs.! per ton. The remainder of the1 State bonds> are into bearing, just east of Palmetto, the fluttin' cans ohvattous'sizes for National
'r eterm.Oagrpement reached, Pla. A'smalT portion oTtfie t treeVwhlch
) : ..heJt held by the educational fund of the numerous orders which are always o
en the American and British tobacco State, yet, I shall recommend the pay. are bearing/ will yield not less. than a.ooo JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASTATE '
ahead. Ramm & 'SOli" put up two ,
companies gUren.out and retirement of of the this Eight or till thousand \
are. officiaUy.as, : tu-tnt so many boxes year. classes ef these pines,'th.sliced and the
lows ,"The Consolidated"Tobacco: COmpany State bond as, the. proceeds of the .In trees will be bearing next season, and a '
sod it Is wonderful how weUtJ1e |
_ wUli.uraae its business" the dun War claim will pay;believing as 1 conservative estimate .!<< (three yearsfrom flavor Is retained after going through
American field, lne hiding: not only :the do-- that thiais bearpossible use that now reaches the astonishing figure o

r. United States, but Ca1/ Porto 1f.lcGptb, can be.made of this- amount, which will of 25,000 boxes Kissimmee. Valley. the process preservation delicious The canned table o JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President. 'HOMAS- P. DKNHAM, i Culll.r, ,.
% fruit, besides being a most
Hawaiian Islands and"Ibe Pbllippjne: still\ leave us owing bonded. debt of Gazette delicacy: Is befog used" throughout! the 2 mm JAMBS I). UAKEK, Assistant Cashier..

without coropetnion front' the English nearly chaff million ordollar At a meeting of the Railroad 1 CatnniUslori flavoring, and 'giving entire M'0'
North as a ( o
Company.. Ilfbet >ms erial 'company will 'Pr m m..rClp9f"before me the Inter held in Tsllahasnee on {Vednesdayof satisfaction. 'Ramm & Sons have their 3 Banking Itusint-ss of East Coast Business Men, Farmers ya

not encounter the competition of theAmerlca'trfiompanY eat paid on theState debt' Id' IOXK las week, Commissioner: John I,. Mor, own pineries and buy from the growers land Fruit-Growers Soiiclted.o o
; in She bualncts tf they amounted'. ton';'$66, }i. xv ThU.amonnl gsa. was elected chairman to succeed to Jo
in the vicinity, thus they can manage
united Kingdom"
Ireland, Including Scotland<< and Wales million seven thousand six hundred and from the Commission A new rate sheet The "Messrs. Ramm's success at their:

In the new Britleb-AmetNcanr tomp: rfy thirty\ dollar*) tereatipaW by the! tai on fruit arid degetnWeiaa.!\; made up, ie'wJ.venture ha*' 'ca ..eI'' a ''great deal osurprise

the British company has one-third"of Ihestock payers of Florida' upon the principal of materially 'reducing 'the*rue on" same among the people of this com- OFFI.GISEALS>! i t

and itile Aro\ rlcan 'company na, pee! million all n two-thirds. Tbif Board fcrjUrectdrm:: ,i 1a1M h ndr .
the erecting a plant
', slats of slxrepiesentatives* of 3heIlrifiah! \ *nay soon,,be relieved\ of. .All ol General Abe Sawyer the smallest main n, canning o .a thf. fruit, which bids fair' to become I) IN TWELVE HOURS X

trt company and twelve of the j which;! respectfullV, aubmitted. the country. living at Key West Fla one of leading Industries of
I the
with Mr..Duke as its president, wh*>remains Yours truly, ALL KINDS Florida Rubber Stamp Works
would like; to bef reseat- during tb I the State.-Tamoa Tribune.
abroad to perfect the organlaatlon.This : W., St.JSNNKOs| ,"Governor. State Fair, apd If hi
.transp llaUoo. can ....
a- ;
'Brftlsh-Amertctri company will takeover : .a_ obtained for him, he will bo there Mr. ---- ."a GUY I. METCALF Lo. al.AjIent; ; 224 Main St., Jacksonville, Fla.
entire bnanM of the Imperial ,Have You Noticed? .
the Sawyer l is about 32 inches in height,, The Beat Prescription" for Malaria
company and,, o( the cpp'pMJ.ted Icom. The date on'the 'label of your paper. weighs in the neighborhood of 60 pounds, Chills and Fever U 4 bottle of Giove'S t
pany In all foreign countries and Jnlhe tellV l Is about of and Is Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron Hand FnctoryOin.OlT
lr you Just to what time your sub apd 40 years age, ai N'O'N'S' -r' Ul0. West Way St.
s colonies of Great Britain, including India be found it sn Ca6fda'( TaCld..I\n.! tr.lla. Th : gr.emcnk f criptlon J hM been,paj! .
X 'made fa latlsfactorjl, to'both aides should see" that the date Is thafegeif after In search of a wife,and says that if hi --, > 11 _-) Otiiiva. St Juckeouvilie.

and equitable to all .interest. ,reprevented. > sending! ,tb.,fir remittance and should I gets to take Ctty he will try 'bis luck YOUNG'S HATS-none better madeat Jelly CANDY I also Brunch all!Mtnrw! Town anil onCuut. Aiua Ewt;; -. i

." /' notify this office If it hi not so changed ". there. '. I < $3.00. ANTHONY Baoa.: ,. ,, s ; .

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{ IL THE TBOMCAJU SUN, WK3T AJL&t .UJSACH, FLOBIDA ., 'FK1DAY: ; &rl'O' BfjR; 'l lO( 1901. '! VV

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I 1 ,: :J':I. :_ 'THE NE.VS.OF 1 'SOUTH----OADE '

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T Large and small tracts of land for Ing around. Mrs. Morse" left:. the house I the Esnt Const/ system Is today the most r '
; fruits and vegetables. Townley Bro fore few minutes to -gather fire toot, comprehensive'! cosily and mewL succes '
Anthony Block. She was absent not mot* thud three I ful symposium' of luxurious! hotels in the (! ,

/>:r/ Links of Local News Picked up Bargain in Improved and uulmprov or four minutes but upou' reenteringthe (, worldSt.. Augvstlne Record. .. r ....

n' ed city property. Townley Bros. An house she found it to be on fire, !.t: --. -=.- ;; !
Here and '
[ Ali cm1 l..WA1.
I'iri"',, thony Block. ,. Thinking first of her sleeping'hhiklshe "Walkover"Shoes-AMYHONY BROil ; ,.,W
rushed the In ..
to room .hlchlhe
i\l\ Brier Mention of Currant Events Gathers You will be lorry It you wait too l long / __
: The early lord catches the worm find I had left-'H asleep Upon opening the LOCAL TIM CARD No. 42. In.rEiToot' Atte. R0 $1902.
Sun f. ,
,;. by TUB SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters I Itf' I door she was met by a sheet of flame.asit I Do you read The Tropical !' "
likewise the first the 6r Iota
,:i Purina the Week. cheap. Townley Comer Bros./ ,,get real estate deal was in this room that the fire started 'eWTNtlevNo-aliA. DOWN '- ,NeMNSWNF.RIA* for*. 'P

V'W. era: Anthony Block. It was Impossible. to enter it, and an' no 11f13Ci1MLL: o.l"ItWH ... -. .... ... ee !
H. Chaille Is In New York laying help was near at hand, the butlitingVa*: II p.. N' lh. M MAIN' IIML ,"7 'ItJlID
Mr L. C. Oliver .Miami,has placed : JWF: sourau. :Dole' ..tt.t iiZsia
I",, in a large stock of goods for the winter. consumed. When the flames had \jcd\ ATTOKNEY AND COlffcELLtH 1 ( ,
his son, Frank in Emory College at
n. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Coxetter are i In out, the charred remains of the little'one .7' LAW .... n .Jsokse vtlie..,.. .....,,...,.' a -niaTi
Oxford: *a., and bin daughter ,Berths, SI v.o.n..Ioueb: .. :. .. a. ., i''
i .., New York ou a business end pleasure/ has returned Jut, Brenau College, at were found in tberulna."rhey'' were Will %NtHAll1nl11haell/lllt. .. ; ,SUilosuil( rimliiul F"..iLtrtt. ....y..;. R" kl I OS a .1:: '; ,..........,Si. A Ja lI.. (*".I.\....:.....,.1! S C ;.uw.......a ,.
: awdnl| | nttt'iiilon trtvon to ; .
tenderly gathered aud | H rini..w
trip. Gainesville Ga.-Titusvllle Star. up arrangementsmade ., Kuul Mutt. ) ituil 1'iuUulu Law :':.i d.:::: : : ::::!::::::::::.CM ; lb.k. ::::::::::::: :. : :::::::: 'd.
i Miss Lela Smith first assistant in the for burial. ') .. A\Klil'K c' MIAMI KJ.A. .. 55p ...................1100".1.* ( ............., .. 11."i E .. ,.......
ftl. -
q, Miami school is at Mr. C. H. Bradley'for Miami: Is justly proud of her up-to- ,' There is no certainty as to' how the --- :- .......-.- ......:...:..... ...d.........."....,..i...;.........pn.aOl1.pe".yj y...,............."...,...... N. 4 a a......"..?..w. t
date steam laundry. It ia turning out fire occurred, and Mrs. Morse', does not .. .. tilt.R ..,... .i..o.sa-. ... ........ ... to .... ..
3i for the winter. 12 If H ANNO .....:.. I"p .........a1.........D boa. ...::............ to pa .
Mr. Bennett Waugh of Lake City I first-clans work at reasonable prices know how to account for it, unless. it TV.' .I' : '\'Ntbnv:: : :::; ::.;: ;::;: ::, i : ....''';
'Give it triaL It is located ATTOfiNtY-AT-LAW. {W'j. p :;;n..a.:;: :;;:::;:) oni.1..: ; s s10e.
tlie. caused of I
has accepted a position with the Bis a at corner waa by some the younger lit ... I ............... ...g."J '.... It ....... Of .
of Avenue D and Fourteenth street. children playing with matches ar.d: Office-Front Room Hatahett Building A.e. 'IN ......., p".. ..............;..!rit"..iU........-.1...... ,... ]/ I ..... .. .to.. ...
cayne-Drug Co. ........ ...,.... .............. ........ ..: .
59tfAlacbua accidentally setting the bedclothes on Miami, Plorlda..I8.1jO. ........ .. .' ... ..........:::'Banoaills.::::::"::::::::: to. J' ..... ... .;......
Mr. A. K McMullen has returned ... .,. ........ ....:::. p p" ........ ....... ........ ...... .. ... ...
County will have a fair' all of fire. "! .. .. ........ II ....,.............. JoI.lb.urn. ..........4.... ;1' ....... ., ..,
from a t tJlP to Key West which he enjoyed its own tbe week before the State: Fair -.- ..''u... ........ p" .............. ... .... ... ..n....,!
"" much OUEKT) It. TAYLOR ... .. ........ 11" .............. .. UM .... '.........
j; very and then send tbe pick of its exhibit to Notice. ". '. R ; ...'..:. ....... SG'p ". ............... .J.1EI..i'.. .. use. .. :........n.
....... ............... .. It l!I. Y a ..:.....v.
Mr. S. L. Patterson has returned Lake City. Other counties might welf .' All parties seining in the waters of LA JV YER :.w... ..n.... I 11 .................TlbbAU................... .. ... M a ........ :." ".

home from a pleasant and successful follow this example.. Biscayne/ Bay or its tributaries wilt be Office in POlltoffice'Block' :::::::: :::ua. : 'I : : ::.n":::\\j::::::::::::: Yd* :'b..ur, m..**.w:*.:n**:*.::*. ;: 10- M M : ::.>h...t*.n*.< :"Yww..I..IOl.
trip to points in the west. I .. ..... ..... .. p .. ...,. ..... .,........ ....... to l' 1 ..,..... ."l..*..
---.n--- prosecuted under Chapter 4561 Acts ........ ........ ,. to ?..,....:.....JfQlC.J. > ,.,.....:..:.. .. .. a..'..... .....1....
Miss Lide }Hasseltlue of South Carolina County Commissioners' 1897- MIAMI -. .FLORIDA ........ ......... 11 w.........?.?, W... J oun.r.."........... It; 1 .. a ........ ........
Meeting. agtf ..... 1 ti ...........W... P."" ....It.... ... aM. ..i,..... ......a.
la spending the winter with he session of N C. JONBB. ....::. .... ... ... ,.......'......Boraton..... .......t....,,. to '* ...o..nm.:
October the of
sister Mrs. E. C. Lanier Tie( Board Game Warden. ........ ......,. f& ...........I't.L..d..rd.I.l It. r MMo. ........ ....."+
County Commissioners was held in 1I ATKINSON,1, ........ .;...... k' .. ....'..' ...stoa cl.'o" .I,.....". .-...
? AT1. .. "Av.v.t .... ... ... ....
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher'Pace have -' oa. ., .. ?. ;... ""I.alL ;.. ."V r a 16 :
Miami this week Aside from the regu .
arrived and are at home in one of the lar routine work, much was accomplished (Railroad ttotel-S.t m. ATTORNEY-A T-LA W..'- vrrir *AU>II CAM oV'T'IUJJf. M AND n.LIJTE3 .

cottages on : street. by the Board and the melting wasa It i. said that the New York Central JJJU.lfOH : BOH /DTJUBS.

Rev N. B. Fuller wife and daughterhave very LuporUutone. Railroad has decided to follow the MIAMI, FLS.1L.ln.ly .

returned home lifter delightful The greater portion of Monday was example of the Canadian Pacific nd'KO Dell SI Ha.4TPailr TBB: Daly. Na. 41 55. tOPstir. Day Ha. a
fc.llN Lair. Lah, t1 &. J f P>II/. Pally.igsi .
\ summer spent at Galveston Texas. spent in reviewing the 1901 aasesment Into the hotel I business. It la proposed I _
'i' A. P. Anthony accompanied: by E. B. roll, which was' presented by Assessor to buy or build hotels all along the G1 1 r x. hf.r v 600 106 o Aha&

I ,*'h Ruuiph are in the Norah buying a Gruber. Several liquor licenses were route of the road and make a specialtyof fY-AT-LAW.
large stock of men's ,furnishing' and granted and clerks and Inspector. were catering to summer resort traffic,as General practice 1u State and Federal Courla.All liar Vauy.,

shoes. 'appointed for the general election to be well .an running commercial hotel'ln business entrusted. wilt receive prompt at. To a .T. ..................,,, p
tendon U 14 1 to a if...,. ,,....gan Mai too. .. .......... ..... I O. 0
There are several weddings plannedfor held In November. The contract for the. l.irge, cities tapped liy the ro'..'. J'--r Oftl.... Brown Building Ave D and llt:bIIt..t. {
Na. II
the construction of a bridge over BlackCreek I tae past fifteen years two lending Ili.tS I.. 17 XATFOBT BBAJTOH. H*. 18 IurJy
this winter; some of Miami MIAMI, :FLORIDAS. nod1* assay Dally D"lly' Ji.11Pr
prominent people being the contracting below Cutler was let to Peter W.Merritt in Florida have run a. system of hotelsin >"''T. Oat/ Be Oer Ii

parties.Mr. at $2 95 per lineal foot this connection with the railway line. 01 pe 19 IS a 141 a "" "-" jSS-jnvSu'*:;::"":;. t : U p / e p
f 1pp 10 46 a 631e ..!!II"I!..P WO B.Mb.......,,.,, $ 13N
lowest The Plant hotel baa :
being the of several bids. system however H. RICHMOND Agent ... ,JkiW"OtiO ae.ehn 4 48 p
E. G. Sewell of the firm of John so a I 4$ P1 1 a 4*
The matter of awarding the contract about been abandoned. The Tampa 0110 H os a Ae.....r....... M.yport......mA"&v M 60MAN7'o1tD
Sewell aud Is in the v
Bro., North buying .
for the ,new county court house was Bay Hotel will not be ,run as a hotel Purriiie Grant Laud Company. e.Dtlly
stock for the firm' stores. here and st BIIAAC31. g=r OBAM6ZID CITY BBtAJTOS, xi "
Palm Beach. taken up there being a large numberof again in all probability, and the. Seminole Bx.Sna.. $ .,

bids in .band "The contract was/ at Winter Park, changed hands lust UEAJ. ESTATK. v.,,...<... ttl.v ........... r Si p L v........ ew 8mr sa..n..-. udo qOa.
f Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDonald and awarded to the Capital City Building year 'and has! since been burned, But 4jmCDTLER.. FLORIDA .11. .......' ..*.l>lma............. v p LT..... ... t.k ltMMi..u>.l .
1. 'w.... ......, / e Lv. .Orann ......
daughter Elmira have returned home Company of Montgomery, Ala., their L1!: gpky Wn., ...;. /I/'Ar..braag.WtJuwsa.. ..,... N r '.
much benefitted by their summer outing bid being for full for I
Bedford plans 152,650; M. Brown President Om.. al whips tnh mar b* .__!. to! arrlv*aa spent at City Va. modified apeclfications.l44.ooo. Among : 'i. : k Y .v.Pev..ldvnt" ?.ybaTlmer.NssN1owtt: : tr./*''.l .r d.pwiar. .t tb. U_k.aW.Mdls + I
Judge P. W. White and little grand the bidders wns Mr. J. S. Holly a we I Bank of Bay\ Blscayllocorn.H.... N.Gerry OarthHlde SeAiml,Cu.Wrr Vlrn-l-UHhln. : nor doN MM Ota> br tot\ MMII ..%.atble lot *a?s.las n' any N........sotarlalal] tk*> '

daughter Mildred came down from known West Palm Beach Contractor. 1ressPwllawler; '

QUinCY last week where Miss Mildret. ., : ancTpctUtiital. : Steamship Connection. .t, Mlania.

i' has been'spending the summer A Coming Wedding Capital. $60OOO ..TWX.JT MTAlfA, X39T WELT: AND HAVAKA.trrx .

Miss Norton and Miss Holder made '
Invitations have been issued for the '. ovin>. l yoBTMaovun.tr. .

many warm friends Miami the short wedding of Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, :::MI.A.MI I FLORIDA: .J m|. Km*. Vtd*,.. ...... ,Jl M y 1 Lv.HKTUBThw' *. ............. ......../* ar.
time they were here previous to their K.r Tr.it, TUM. Tkarc..l| H I Ar. r w. i, Tburs. ,, ( Msr.K
pastor of the Methodist church.: ..Wes I WMtfUjir, ...., T K F V'fi'7rTtf'Jll: faders.... ..:. t
i departure for West Palm Beach where H.V ,, .... i
Palm Beach/ and Miss Erne Forsythe, 01 t n t"Di"i B j i *'-m "> Frit, vt
they will teach this winter. Lumber For of leciil Ttm Or4 aAlfcsfasir Aavm*.
his city which: wilt be solemnized i ia iahe '
J. C. Frederick C. E., ia bone for Methodist Episcopal church: 'South Biscayne Inler aid Supply Co. s' J. D. KAUWBR, Aast. @N..P_ -. Ages. .'1'. AWM UIIHIB M MClnolnnattl ilp1A;

few days. He has been surveying lands Thursday morning October i6tb, al Lath

i' for Mrs. Brickell at ..Fl. Lauderdale hall after six o'clock. After the ceremony '. .

which are very desirable for fruit'and the newly married coup!. will BRICK, CEMENT; LIME PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Warnell t ratr a- "

vegetables several pieces being sold. rive to the train. and go to West JPalm .

Mr and Mrs. E. B. Douglass are still leach: where they will be at ''home to \ ... ,"0_ .

in New York where they are buying a their friends in the Mel odis( paraon- MIAMI FLA. SSTSSlr S J. A, CONRAD, d surer, ..." RIollnaond .". Wskohlot/to, "1 jlaltlstl.t'f
big stock of goods for their stores. 'S-I4-tf' Ph$1.d.ipht. H.etez_ Atlanta

They are combining pleasure with age.The old saying that "what la some JeahswI1.: Chattan.ogea L.ul.ylll. ,

business enjoying some of the new ne's loss is another's gain" is exempli- FRANK W. STANTON & CO. 8t. Louis K n.a\a CityPittaburaJ .y. .\OJ..:'. ". ,

operas of the season fled In this case and West Palm Beach Detroit CI..la.d ', .Jdc.i ,; ".

Dr. Skaggs: : and wife have returned Is to be congratulated. .OUR SPECIALTY Chloago" .to. .. "It ;rVhc ;';,..... .

home after a delightful visit of several Miss Forsythe is a lady of the highest '.,.......",'.... ,'". "l
months with relative in Kentucky and culture and is well beloved by all who --- "' .....\. <", '
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Virginia. Their niece Miss Annie know her. Fancy East Coast:? Pines I/\4.f\.I;y,! >. .
Leatherman of Louisville Ky.; returned The beat wishes of all\ Miami are extended ,.;,

with them for an extended visit. to them for a long and happylife 14 Vine Street Philadelphia : ;

A large.\ force of men employed by the together.- SOUTHERN RAILWAY'

.. F. I E. C. Ry., will be in Miami this weekto ({ Work Begun.A. Growers. Florida ranges and Grape-Fruit
begin the work of repainting the '
J. Krome; a civil engineer who DROVES .LOCATED iLiles MUTI tr' TNI
Royal Palm Hotel. Mr. Flagler is OILIMATID TRAINS: v' 1 :
certainly a patron of paint as well .s of will have charge of laying out the branch & Stanton Terra Cela Fla. Armstrong & Stanton, Palmetto Fir ; .I er.

art, and the tourists never see a shabby line of the Florida East Coast Railway 3.r-." Knox & Stanton. Limonla Fla. THe SoutHern's Palm Limited 1'iriit; ; ,
has organized. his and actual work :
building In Mr. Klaglet's( domain. The corps THe '
Hotel at Nassau will repainted be also. bega.last l Saturday morning. It Is ex.lected Washington,, Richmond and : ,: : ,; :;

that the work of grading will; Floi da Llmlted"- ; x: ; .
Mian Louise Carpenter has opened a Pianos Organs Sewing.Machines ;
; studio. in the old Y. M. C.: A. room, begin within the next few days, and be THe Now York and Florida Express tt2TO"TII
above Watson's Furniture store. Miss pushed a* rapidly as I possible. '''Between I sell direct from the Factory : j,' :. ,

Carpenter, who studied at the Colutn-' Miami and Cutler there are no heavy The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment EAST. ".. : 1". ).tt\i w. *?

bus Art School of Columbus! Ohio is a cuts or fills so that the work can be rapidly The Conover Pianos, tbe Cable Pia os, THe CHicatfp \ ,*
thorough artist and does beautiful work completed. if ia reported that the The Klngsbuty: Pianos the Wellington Pianos, and Florida Special !:::.:' : :\

road will be finished time to handle Tbe Chicago Cottage Organ in twenty-nine styles.At THe Florida <
in pencil water colors and oils. Miami the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Terms. Limited "
;" ought to such an the vegetable crop in the Cutler and and Prices Furnished ,
encourage enterprise .. Cataloguer on Application. TO THf NORTH AND WCST. islet
':.t,. and all of Miss Carpentei's friends wish Black Point regions. This will not only c
Old Instruments Takes In .
Tti Celebrated "
Exchange Singer Sewing Macbin 'T
': h.r success in her new venture. be a great convenience to shippers, butwill ) .iP: '*'
Needles' and Attachments for all kind of ttowlna Machine. Mall Order will receive # .
them both time and ;
T Prof. J. C. Allen who has been visiting save money prompt Attention. __ Pullman Sleepiar Car Line Jaekioaville to. Cl d..aU, via -..' Jt:
friends In Miami and vicinity returned Because of the building of the branch COB. AVK. 1>. ANI> 11th .HT. Asheville through "The Land of the Sky." .;rJ,.
': to West Palm Bench Saturday road south, the acreage planted through: 1 II.t' MIAMI." VLUBIUA J. \V ilClCi.SOlVSEABOARD Through trains via 'The Southern Railway are operated .. ,';

I out,that entire section will be greatly in. csaaectior with the Plant System end Florida East Coast Railw.y <<
.).'. morning to begin his duties as the creased over last year. The sales of -- Pullman &le plug Cars and IXotal !;II.IDC.C..... .a aU! Uroat .
of the -
.i Principal West Palm Beach tr&lns. .
farming lands along the line of the ,
: school. Prof. Allen leaves "
I ;; a punt of "
{ road Ask f.r Tloktts via tostssrs ollelbd.
it friends 4n Miami who regret his departure are Increasing rapidly. Thejuab Railway. Cerrtspssdestt $ .
to the hituiesttad is :, a.
and wish him success in hts new country increasing I ,

;1't, field of labor. The West Palm Beach and land'soon will be the taken last -Correspondence of the government AIR: LIME ILW.L Y H. r. CAlUtY, FU. Isis Age 10* V, Br St, Jaefcapsntflfc-n.| .

faculty ii to be congratulated upon its '
M ,h it new acquisition. Times-Union and Citizen. I, '-PO&- .. IL HARD 'IcK. V. xTTAVVOl.C .

I j g Mr. J. C. Beck Jr., gave a delightful I -.- SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINES RALEIGH .acrat Fsaancar AC-\. AsVl Osal Paak Af**,

launch party Thursday afternoon October Terrible Misfortune at Allapattah.The RICHMOND WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE Vuala taav D. C AtlaeJa, O*.

$,. 2nd, twelve guests doing justice home of Mr. E. L. Morse near PHILADELPHIA, NE41T"YORK v .J mmrr 15. 11.oA.QEO. r;

r ,.. to his hospitality. Tbey left Miami Allapattah school: house together with -

I ID'IA' : r about two o'clock and went to its entire contents was burned to the
r'I' then I Two Elegant Trains Daily
"House of Refuge" expecting some fine ground: at noon last Saturday. the r

surf bathing but were met with such an house was' the little one-year old IOn.01 Fidridaamd Metropolitan Unified Seaboard Fast Mall R. WALLACE
.' t' ovation in the form of mosquitoes they' Mr. and Mrs. Morse who perished in ,

t ,:try t: had to forgo: the pleasure until a more I 11!the flames. The sad affair has cast MODERN PULLMAN ,EQUIPMENT
t ;
1y .'1t. p.opitious time. The lunch served on i I l gloom over the ..community, and Mr. Gas Engines and Supplies -

*" y .:. board so gracefully by Mrs. KcAllis* I l and Mrs. Morse have the heartfelt il \

x ; ter and Miss Kolb was enjoyed to the II IIIi sympathy I i of many friends in their miss / ONLY LINE WEST PALM BEACH FLA. *'

; :::;. fullest, and when the boat arrived in the I fortune. .. "' ,;
"I Operating Daily Through Sleepers From ., .
'Ii cool of the evening all the party felt The particulars of the sad affair are .to "1{, \

f1 ,}. like they "sure" had a good time I II given In the following which Is.taken Jacksonville to New OrleansFor Batteries. Magnetos, Spark"Colls, Switches.. Etc. "L<

I "' ,. mosquitoes or no mosquitoes Those f f1 From the Miami News i Second Hand Launches and Engines.

\1:' ': present were i Miss Mamie and Louise "At' the time of the fire Mr. Morse ] full Information and Sleeper reservations call Launch' for Charter .
Carpenter. Miss. Leatberman Miss Hall was at was work on the glades a mile or any agent

:: Miss l'oib, Mrs. McAllister. Dr. and t two away. Mrs Morse and the children Seaboard.,or write -

,. : Mrs. Skaggs, Mr. Gents, Mr. Culbertson were at home. The babe was' .. r'. '- i iA. ]BUFFALO

":' "{ Sir.:: Frosclier Mr Young and Mr. asleep on a bed In one of the,back ..6.: ilACIX>NELL' A..', Gen. Pass." Agt., : GASOLINE : MOTOR ,. )

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oS rbAA ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAe IB threw\ days the Padlpoffs-.old. man, 'T spoke aa we speak, mademoiselle. aaaaa.waww Mr. Ranleapon and family have
the I The Panlpoffs are not really dead. We F moved to this section from Cape Sable.
'olijl"',,woman and unresisting giant THE FIRST LADY FROM OURCORRESPONDENTS
MYSTERY were ou the way to Siberia on the railway spoak of a man who h! caught In crlm. They claim that the mosquitoes are not S

THE ., which Gordon bad helped to build. and stint off- oxlled-as dead. Ue ii' OF FLORIDA nearly so bad here as) they were at the }
Y dead to his frlendit. and to thus world L
Cape. The people at Larkins will extend

I OF (CRASLOYI j CHAPTBB' IV.IHE You understand?" them cordial welcome, especiallyas
Frances stood rigid and white, the
!: UEirrmo AT TUB!: roROE.IT :. Tbe present/ first lady of Florida hone coconUT GROVE GLEANINGS., there is a very handsome youug lady t
of the :
pnckage books forgotten In
By Ashley; Town h" was characteristic" Frances rhundu of the drosky driver, Her nails of the State's brilliant women, in the family. ,

:, 'j, -- r >, Gordon( that, no matter how great .bit Into the tender flesh of her clinched Young handsome, talented and gracious Mrs. 'Gen Dearborn and little dangh Mr. Soles is having some'of his land \ \\t,:

CbpyFfp7AlW:. : $,.aYi the ties stress her mind of social never or lost other room duo Imuds. Her eyes studied the face Mrs. William Sherman Jeuuingn. ter. Dora arrived home Friday nigh I near the school house cleared, preparatory ,j .,'i j

,,",\ ;, .. 9Maia B. EUwrteerrne. ,. 'fur'such favorlt schemes I. were doe- of tho governor of Tomsk. has won the admiration and esteem of after a delightful summer spent will to putting out an orange grove. ; .
"Vladimir has not been caught In any the people of the Land ot Flowers"quite Mrs. Dearborn's mother at Syracuse,,
.yvvvt'rotrrn.rmTnrnrJiiw st.to her heart It will those having horses orwagons ,
j "
crime," she. Raid, with, a sort of "liP."hnpolliliblel as much by reason' of her own N Y. County Clerk Dearborn met them (
It was by reason of tljls characterla* for sale or trade to see Mr. A. I
ky'M horsit! wu,4 nooiv by Hip Bide He was sor, simple anc charming personality and 'unusual accomplishments part wsy and escorted! them home. \'
pilnen. 'tee (hat, while her busy father was T. Carter, our well known."clty jockey." J :
; of!'the steed rlddon by'tbe ; deep'In the mysteries and intricacies ol hOled) What ct-lruoV" I as by the'fact that she is Mr. V. R. Carpenter, eldest son ol fefli
"1 made It my business-to ride pa.l "Conoplrocy against his Imperla There have been a few mild cases of j I
the devoted wife and trusted councellor Mrs S. V. R returned hom
the Moscow conference, tbe subtletiesof Carpenter,
the hope of Faulpoff aid the prince,, majesty"" the rear." sickness in this neighborhood recently, 11
..t'me. there, just leaving, a man who ,,which tncronncd as the''tlmo for separation "And where :* he now of the remarkably young; man' who Sunday morning September jtU, and mostly the children however 1 ?
and departure drew nearer, !is Governor of the State expects to remain here permanently.He ., among ; .1 i I i-
,sobs: to;:\say'tha leant; discreditable Intppearatiftei "On (the way to Siberia." I but all j
are Improving now.
',1 'spoke to Jilrfi\ and hWaa Frances bethought her of a fitting opportunity "Siberia! Vladimir Paulpoff) sent to Mrs. Jennings is a native of New Jersey has been a great traveler being 'j i!!

\ ''frigbtefoed.\ I: saw' Ww. crumple) a to make good a promise, she Siberia t And .:where,! are bin parents having been born In that State less away from his !family for eighteen years. Lightning struck; Mr. J. A Ramsey's i '

r Md paper ba' 61st hand, 'I snatched from had made to .Vladimir Faulpoff, the "Otic In a family taken red banded than thirty years ago; but In her infancy Thre House Keepers Club met Thursday clothes wire some weeks since and It Is i yl'

him... It wa.;fe message ..ddre.sed..to1S1mber"ftT ,black mltb.-conversation held )! condemns all. The old people are also her family moved to Florida and afternoon, October and, with the presumed that the electrlcty melted It, .1.. k
ot,some mysterious ctr! During severs on their way to Siberia." made their home at Crystal River. Her as it has not been /seen since.POMPANO. {
weeks bet rll Vladimir had expressed a usual attendance. They expect to meet r.t t
sire "4alUlIg'u1OG; ; tbe' person bearing doslre study Frances! swayed a llttlo. She hut father Is tbe Hda.:Austin S. Mann, who -I' ,1..
tbai 'uataie to corn to the shop* at ,a to certain,: books which studied Russian customs and Russian every week now and have gone to work I

certain: boor toiitfcht. We, shall be ,hi were apparently beyond his reach, Justice and buddered aa she realized has! since l settled in this State, made a In earnest. } "

its ride." JTrancos promised to obtain tbe book, horrible record aa a powerful force In shaping I..
,time. Let the torture In store fop these Mr. J. C. Beck, Jr.,. has leased the
r of and she.did HO. These made quite a re the politics and guiding the afialrs oi Mosquitoes Lave the fight,
r Jt bad ,so chanced: that a number simpleork people who had never she Cub House, commencing the I at of De given up
a % accident. to homey hud taken place Ipectab4f'llllckago! and a drosky was felt convinced harbored an evil thought) bill adopted State. Miss May Mann cember for a with few reserve much to the satisfaction of everybody.

>i that day ,-ou the forest rond. When called to convey her to the railway. eta against any man. To her they had always the present Mrs. Jennings-grew into lions satisfactory year to both parties. H< '''Crops are progressing nicely, C. E.
,, thu Inspect/of/ Of police and .Neslerov ar- spoken In terms of loyalty and beautiful girlhood under tbe !
sunny Halle having and half
an acre a
It was nothing new for Frances to will bring his Lyceum Lecture Course to sellout
i I. rived, tout! men,,.were within ,thj) ? shop, praise of the czar. skies and sinid the tropical of t tplanter.
+ their horses. standing outside. tRid all travel, alone As far aa from Moscow\ to The face of Neslerov was Inscrutable. groves the Grove* which will be a great treat In tomatoes/jjlteIj/ou| ? largest early

:wire..apparently' !In tile greatest! eager Perm, but on.this occasion her father,, lIe held the picture loosely and care. the favored peninsular of Florida and to the community. The stage (If being ; :1f:. t' P PM

"ties' ,to bar their horses shod. 1'apa'aulpolf with some sort of premonition begged IcBBly, and the girl caught n glimpse of at the age of eleven she entered St. Jos put in readiness now, as fast as possible,, T. WM&byjfhas''returned from a '

wee visibly! disturbed by this her to aeud the books by'mellll uger. the'face, ,eph's academy: In historic old St. Augus- and every body contemplates soma first two months' vlait iii Georgia and is hard +'

sudden Influx of the horseshoeing bust3 "Oh no." she 881<1-'ln her quiet manner "That Is Vladimir's picture!I" she tine. Here she established a new record class entertainments this winter Jt work on his fine lands. .

'MS,' but th to the east, and I shall not see Mrs John Ellis will\ .stay with Miss G 0 Butler was down from Palm
refused a request U he could help a i "I am sending It to bliu." was the reply talent, winning during her course '
a + huuiAD belair,. was beginning to make poor Vladimir for a long time." I of Ne ll'rov. "It so happened that Ave gold medals for' proficiency ln_ her McFarland at the Inn during the absence Beach last.week with a number of procectors -

the shoes. The men did not apparently i "Hans VlndliulrT* exclaimed Gordon i I hud occasion to visit my chateau near studies, a larger number than has ever of Mr. Charles Peacock and wife. [> some of them locating on pineapple .

s.i know; one ,another, apd each IrrowledCootlri""ny as He, saw< his self willed young-- lady Qraslov and rode'by here at the time been won by other student of the The genial host at the Inn Mr. Char and some on trucking land

r ; at' the others. !!! r for being ,: step Having Into the alighted drosky.!! at' Perm, she hired_ I the Inspector"" of police,was making the I Institution In any June 1889, at the ageofeev Peacock wife and little grand-daughter, C. E. flaile left Saturday for Jacksonvilleand
arrest I remembered what said tome p'
.there. you
Neslerov, upon arriving at the:ahoy: ;Another drosky to take her. aud( ,the at Moscow and tried to do what 1 1wnild t nteen, Miss Mann graduated fromSt.Iosepb's Eunice left Thursday morning October expects to return soon with '
:and, for Atlanta, Ga where they have Mrs. Haile, who has been spending the i
precious books to the forge. and wee on this occasion
:whispered to".the- inspector,, and: both ,, for the poor fellow at first doubting """"
Tire'driver was a huge aurty Individual selected class valedictorian in whlc'hc.paclty' gone to meet Mr. Alfred Peacock and summer in Alabama.
,leaped from! Ihelc: borseaSeiao his guilt! But the Inspector was as
i the old man and the onf' said ,:whose face-wag covered with a certain and so all that was left to me abe acquitted herself with 'wife. They expect to remain there The Pompano public school opened

'Ne'slerovi' "I will search! these tel. thick mascot beard and whose voice was to ask Vladimir.what fhvor I 1 greatest Credit. some time before bringing: Mr. Alfred last Wednesday, October lit,. with a

..I iows.". when speaking to one 'not established! could perform for pirn. lIe asked me Equally fond of the generous nature Peacock farther south, and his friends goodly attendance. Miss Valie Hibbitt.

<:Poor old Papa Paulpoff turned white aa his. superior, was heavy and Insolent to send him this picture, and I hnve-arranged which surrounded her In her lovely are glad to learn of his gr.duallmprove. is tbefteacher this term.I .

Ind sank In horror to tbe ground, sus- % with tbe: governor\( of Perm to ment and will give him a cordial wel
Responding to the call of Frances., he South Florida home, ,of all that\ was wonder what is the matter with the
> tin, what but Vladlptr.in permit .It to be paused along: to him. come when he comes home. '
whose wae'.C9rIDg. there was swung his heavy drosky In toward the "It la a beautiful face" s..ld Frances. l beautiful: and elevating In' art and music alligator hunters? They use only a l

e1\ epigmott.'atooe\, \ gaping at the new door of ,her...hotel. 'A police Inspector "Vladimir has the soul! of a greatt art. and literature, and acquiring from her Mr. J. C. Allen was the guest of Mr pound of salt per day, and their wild 1 cats 1I I

omerll. stood near and the driver, saluted In let bibles. But In Siberia-he".... I gifted and connddlng father a keen interest H. Tristram Ferris one night last week,, are raxorbacks. "*

'. "It.. .U the prlncel" he exclaimed. humility. She shuddered end ended her sentence I in the trend of important public at Mr. Ferris' country place 'Esperanza., DEMONK.!

1 "What have these. poor men done your "I hate women." be said .to himself. abruptly. afiaira, Kiss Mann was" from girlhood The friends of Mr. Powell Sr., are ----- -OOOOOOOOOOOOO {

f excellency" "They pay nothing and have things "I have done more'for him for you," early equipped for the brilliant social pained to hear of the serious time he Is

"" Neslerov did not answer htm. .He happen to them. I shall'. get Into' trout continued Neslerov. "There Is another car'eer which Is offered to the wife!; of an having with cue of his eyes, caused blaccidently CHURCH NOTICES
J. : [turned tq tntrneareat f the tour, -.ire.. bio before I lose bor. picture-he painted from memory. 1 I J 1"r, r
the vehicle ambitious, able Influential'public running a sisal into It about i o
toward ,
Frances stepped
tied, with him a short time while the have armiiRocl: f to purchase It for a good
and tbe driver's mouth opened. the man. Two years after leaving the St. week ago. ,
thersshowed evidences. of terror, and price Uid no shall not lose moneyI -- N t
{hen'pulled from his pocket a letter. "Such, woman I" muttered the dros. promised him. It was"C beginning to Augustine seminary Miss- Mann was ITEMS Baptist Church.

-Seel' her.cried,*waving It tn the air ky driver: "She must be English or aa certain steps 1 had \thought to assist married in Tallahaswe Judge William DELRAY. Divine services at the Baptist/ church ,

ad then showing It to- the' Inspector. American. If she was a Russian she him. /, Sherman Jennings, of Brooksvllle/ ,, Sunday at II a. m. and 7:30: p. m.

It .Is ,mel'jistt to,, 'Numbef Three! would 1 be a princess"Prances "My own face!"' cried Frances in astonishment Fla., who baa been county judge of Iler- Much can be done single handed, II Sunday-school: at 10 a. m. Prayer-

fe' have here the nve constituting the bad had ample experiencewith a* Neslerov showed the i.ando county and who has then regarded done with a vim. The success of the meeting Thursday evening at 730.:
"* hU class In, all parts of Russia.Bbe .
frcle. Into the and second picture. as the ablest young lawyer in his new and thriving town of Delray is due All are welcome.
"Let me rtalII&td! the Inspector, calmly stepped drosky "Yes and the remarkable pert of lyls'
handed him a sliced:. coin. sectionThe marriage has provided in largely to the push and energy/ of Its H. H. STFRGIS Pastor. .
while Vladimir still looked on unconscious It took: him but a abort time, I described I
"I want to go to Ihe Iron shops" of the every respect a most happy one, and business men.General ,
of the tragedy that was being you and ,be remembered 'Mg<. and
raulpoffs on the South read,!* she said Governor Jennings owes much of his is made In
played with himself a* Its center. between the two he managed ff very preparation being rtethodlst Church.
The letter simply commanded: um. "PoulpoK-MrthaerPaulpoff:: and his Creditable work. I shall cherish this subsequent success at tbe bar and in tbe this vicinity for the next winter vegeta at
Preaching n a. w.
beP'Three"' to attend a meeting of the Mon. Vladimir. Do you know them! picture while I live. field of politics to the keen intelligenceand ble
I know them. But do crop. Usual evening service at 7:30: o'clock,
circle at the shop at that hour. "Yes you- "My\ picture! murmurtid' tbe girl winning tact of his charming wife.
MrvH. J. Sterling is attending the national Sunday School at : ;
has a. m.
know-what happenedl'"No. 45
The name ot Vladimir Paulpoff. was.lpeeL again looking at the, sweet yet strong ,Tbe.home of Mr.. and Mrs Jennings 9
Has any one been I11T young face the blacksmith artlet had since their marriage-has been in the de. encampment of. the Grand Army Epworth League at 3:30 p. m.

"It Is enonghr".drfeid! Jansky. Paula "No; but"- placed: upon the canvas. "And all from Of Brooksville. Their ; of the Republic at Washington. D. C. Rev. C. Fred Blackburn pastor.Congregational ,
The police Inspector came! up."Any lightful little city From that be will Baltimoreand I
I make yew my prisoner In the memory'I" : city go to --10 -
name of the czar I" trouble bereT" he asked. sharp- "Tes from memory and mydescrlptlon. residence! with spacious grounds Is New York; where he left many Church.

1 The, young ironworker could bad he .IT"Trouble \ ""'' ." said l Nesferov. ""Your face Is nq perhaps the most attractive (fa the town, friends, years ago He will be away for

exerted: bis .strength. Lave thrust tile ? Oh.. nbl" replied Frances. Indelibly Imprinted upon my memory ai.d Mr*. Jennings, as well as her husBand three: or four weeks Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational 1

entire shameless crew from tfee place "I;was just; .asking' the driver some that I could describe each Une,, each takes great pride in keeplng'ber [ Church at II a, m. and 7:30p. :

and crashed their skull together. But questions feature. with the utmost accuracy." home in the most excellent and invite Mr. James E. Chambers West Palm in. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. S.

:even now lie did not realize the enormity "Where is It you wltrh\ to got" ". She looked at him in astonishment.He Ing' Condition.: She is preeminentlydomesticlo :Beach! accompanied by a party of friends D. Paine.

of the thing With which I}' be wacharted .. "To the Ironworker.-Paulpolf.look that meant volumes bad made frequent attempts to her tastes and carefully supe'rlntenilS spent Sunday at Terella Christian Endeavor at 6:30: p. m. '

:; A warning make love to her bat she had ,always business
Captain Pederson is-transacting at
,I to the Initiated shot from the Inspector in person every detail of home Sunday-school: 10 a. m. '
.A.ttend'Paulpolrllr' commanded ;Jan- to the driver. skillfully repulse,him. That this could management. A remarkably bright lit- In the Magic City this week. Song service and pastor's Bible class iI
went through the be truthat this whose life
while the prince wan
sky, jvoii
The horse were whipped up and the tle son Sherman Bryan Jennings, now Mr. Isaac Melton arrived in Delray rayer.meeting; on Wednesday, at
pock.of tb*.other three of the circle. one round of pleasure should have her' ?
1 "Oh, laTe mercy r* cried Papa Paul- vehicle rolled clumsily over the road. face so Impressed upon bill nllnd seemed seven years old l iatnonarch of the Jennings Irotn Palmetto Florida last week. lIe 730p. m.

poll, falling upon his knees and claap- "You said something had happened tuber Incredible. household. This m.nly.llttle fellow intends trucking In Delray this season. All are cordially invited. II

: "- said Frances. "Is any oue sick at the "But you will befriend him" she paid., is s general favorite with, all the Mr. L. G Lyman, the merchant, has -... _- .

'nocent.! Paulpoffsr wasn't that." answered the without answering his remark "You friends of,his popular parents. |ust received a nice stock of dry good! Mr. K. A. Ehman, formerly of West g
done'this thing! The name la not In "No; It are powerful in llufmla., A large.purl While interfere with Beach but who holds '
driver. "But the ralu")csterday broke <. letting nothing By the way it is rumored that Delray ito Palm now a position
tbe writing of my son I am certain! of Siberia Is under ;your control. You attention I
t. \11tbe road. I did not think you would her devotion and constant to .\| have another store soon. in Miami, spent Sunday and Mon.
make tbe life of the Paulpoff
Oh |let me'ea tbe 'etteter'Nesleroy wish to come""Noneenset "* ,can her family and her home, Mrs. Jennings visited day in towngreeting his friends.
made: a movement aa If tq pleasant there If I you; wish." \ I This town was on Mondaynight
be safe and inter'
There must a keen intelligent .
t4; ,, the! letter *q the old, man when"Stet" He bowed and bin eyes were hidden takes a very l by horse thieve The deputysheriff --.e
to gut Tbeadvancesmentofherhdsband'along.
," way In politicalafalrs. "
est ;
sate and frem-her; i and the owners of the horses gave E. B. Rumph of AotlionyHrollu rs
In trutb the way was as the several
)h comfortable a. It bad ever been but "Relieve me, I have already taken 1 the thieves' a chase, hut they escaped. Company, left Friday morning' for Baltiuuie. -
; steps to befriend them. In Tomsk thereIs tioi orable lines ,which his ambition t
tbe warning look of the Inspector bad I Captain Blown and Din Sherman via- New York and other Northern
need of such Ironworkers now her heart
great takes. is near and dear to
very : .
: prevented the driver from Imparting ted'Weal.Plm Beach on Tuesday ci lea to purchase a full line of w nter
that tbe railroad has gone beyond the unassuming manneratups '
Her modest and
he had of the Paulpoffs. for their Miami Mr.
tbe knowledge goods store.
Obi and I have sent U y petition to the :credit for Mr. Carroll, of Boyn'on was in town
; claiming
tales (bet any
"Let the police telljuolr own minister of Justice to have them sent Rumph was Joined at West Palm Beach
.l.lI assistance which sbe has Tuesday.
they are alwaye'truN fnen-according to Tomsk. They will not be tatted as the telling by Mr. A. P. Anthony, and the stock
muttered the driv in the attainmentof Sheriff Haygood arrested and
standards! Governor
to police rendered Deputy
eomlcta, but As (honprabla\ workers\ which Anthony Brothers will open In
.1 his aspirations, but it is certain' that carried to Mtami on Tuesday, night, F.
asked -
the Cl"1\lI\l1" be
; er.It WflS. \ <\ their new store next month will one
J : eve. was a long drt..e to Joe forge\ ao.d She was very pale, but quite be owes much 'to her excellent judge G. Tenbrook, who was charged with as- of the finest ever brought South.-MiamiNews.

when the drosky drew near, having calm,. ment and untiring efforts in his behalf. lault and battery. .

passed through the wild and almost "wi It became known to Inspector attended three of .
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It and Perm. Mrs. Jennings elias Quite a large nun,bei' of farmers are ----
unsettled region ,
Frances was struck with an air of JaDBky of the police that a certain number the lust four quadrennial DemocraticState making preparations to put in a large Jtoom For Rent.
of congregated re and seernBd -
mystery that seemed to have suddenly to hold men secret meetings. He investigated Conventions which nominated the acreage at the Indian Mound just south On Datura street, sleeping rooms, furnished

enveloped tbo place. and discovered that thin! WAS the Governor of Florida, rod of course' she at town. or unfurnished.. Bath. Ad-

There WM no sound of tbe tremendous headquarters of a circle of nihilists. was present to Jacksonville In 1900 LAR-Hiss- dress Lock Box 346, city.

blows of Vladimir that Bent the tie arrested thetn.all. ,. but many escaped. when Ibis supreme honor was conferred' LOCAU.While ..--

ring of steel tar Into tbe forest Old No ." upon h$distinguished husband. Pur To Cure a Cold In One Day

smoke came from the chimneys. _"And the proof- np the campaign which followed Mrs. your correspondent has not Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab

,\ Mamma Paulpoff had been arrival wont. but to run she "Letter from Vladimir' found\ Pfl eunlnvs 1 imposed upon herself much >een beard from in some lime he has lets. All druggists refund the money if
IJ to door tqsee every '
bed be them. lie hardeftl'and most fatgifengvet, quitehe by no means been idleand is glad to be it fails to cure. E. W Grove's signature -
to seenThe
was not Frances feigned suet turned) ..adtyuvay
wolfhound that bad been Vladi most important woik of the jtrug. able Ie t report that business generally is la on each box. 25 cents.

nir'. pet sat whining upon tbe porch\ "Toll\ are an American''continued. NeBlcroy. lie and the masterly manner ip which moving along in a satisfactory manner.

and was evidently. weak with hunger. "and cannot nd rlltmc1, how a abe bandied the mass of correspondence Mrs.. Burtesnaw has returned from a

M trial. ."/( Ce a mN.aq$0 .'Old'Borlsr' cried Frances, leaping man who appeared to you to b
'Nt "nb.r .flvreJ' '' from the drosky. "Where I I. your handsome aplt contented with his lot should prove can: be atteetedto,, by hundreds of prom(.- and
Messrs. sons are put-
s spa of tie wretches wh<. had bl'quChtbem ( msstert" to be an ssasln. This same spirit I rent Floridian For Town flarshal.

J there. sprang forward' wlw4 The hound who remembered her, permeate our best society. It come I Both'Mr. and Mrs. Jennings are devoted lag out a fine orange grove ou their I hereby announce myself an a candidate, '
them and reaped"unblndarsd from the placed his cold nose In her band had to'the surface even among tbe relativesf I members of th* Babtint church jlace. for reelection to the offirc of MarMlml of the
He seemed to feel that be noble My own cousin Standt brothers who recently ..
place > our highest : and their unoate.tatiou.'deeda of The own of Woe Palm Ilonoh FI. lIo.llhl."d.|
"The letters! The -proof Is g.n.r, found a friend. was sent to Siberia. t had- no.plty for are many well known in Florida' to :completed a Dew home, are moving in, I I promise to Uu la the future aM I have endeavored :i
I' howled Jtattkr- .,,4 Frances stepped to the door and pushed aim. because be was rich educated and charity: 'lad the next thing in order will be for, to du In the past that Is, t<. dlMehargre -
"We bar seen 'them.. It. to enough," It opeo."Ohl"shE. -' had 'no reason to complain But the ;. .require special mention.:-The ,Sunny the duties of the office to the best otmy s
'' one, of them to secure a house-keeper, .
said' Neslerov calmly. cried. Paulporrnow that f. know' you are South. .. and Ability. W.-(1. DiUERIlY.
who can make home pleasant
At this point Mamma Paotpoff cam She had opened the door on Prince Interested In them- will protect them One
In. In consternation and helpless horror Nicholas Nealerov who stood there, from further barm. Seed ife worth the lIvla&l In other words, For Town Marshal.

she saw her husband In the grasp about to depart, evidently' with a paint-. ,"I thank you." Mid France sadly. Potato' Bean and Tomato Also hay, ive should not,be surprised at any time I take thin method of announcing1 myself.

of an inspector of pollca.) Ion under his arm. Neelerov slipped a coin Into the band The 1hergl.deProduce \0 hear the ringing of wedding bells, am euodldate for Town Mnnhnl of Went 's
"What ls thlsl" she cried. "Mil Gordon he said, with a bow >f the drosky driver, and be Immedlitely iralu; and produce. .nd certainlf; our young ladies would do ?slut Bench.. at the municipal election to beheld '

"It' U nothing, mother" said Vladimir. and 'smile. bad cause to g some letters """Where are the Paulpoffsr' she ask enough .. .-.r-r-- I promise to dfHchajte. the duties. of tile ofllcsto
.. "The** m i bay found which were standing peacefully Our public .cbool opened the first of
bat I did not write them. Haw'peace ed. where be left them. Go to the City park tonight and help the. boot of mv ability. fit
with Mr. W. A. H. Hobbs s..UIUELBA.R IELD .
We ahaxll soon set onrselvvsfree. .... "Why., 'yon ha..enot., then, been Informed "I wlsu to speak one word before' we th. Band; Boys out -(iu their laudaLl.'Ind" September,
." of their tatafortunoT""Misfortune rave bets."-ald the prince 'taking the ,taking. is teacher.Mr.

I Tbe three Paulpoffaer. thrust Into I knew nothing of"any liaudof Frances which she. In her sunrise --.....-e.-- )Debagory is having a nice two- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.\

,.'dungeon. The prince and the Inspector IIII.tortulWbat. baa happened? permitted him to hold a mom !,nt tory home erected on his, lot here.
their Itorlelear Meld eon "Ther are-dead." ""I you.I have loved you eVer
told love. Messrs. A. T. Carter and W. H.
TileI eedl! All the Paulpoffs dead! Im.poanlblet I first. We &c34t OTICB.;
Tlnclng=:to the governor" of perm. 1'> luctf the day saw you N
I word of a prince and governor and of \ Papa Paulpoff and Mamma liave ,beautiful! women .Russia, but 'Jobn. have erected and jiut into opera- Petitions of candidate for place on the "

. 'an Inspector1,of police :was not to bs Panlpolt might die they Were so- old none like you. I am rich, powerful and ._.. fa boa or Ue crania : ion here starch mill, which Is work- Municipal Ticket west IM sled with the t'ltjr
sl. an army
'''- doubted. .There was no Vial.' no.bearIng \but Vladlmlrl! Iroposslblel Bo youngand .inl.not offering you an,empty name.. TIll.Laxative Bromo-Quirune T.W.U lig .;nicely, .nct which, enterprise- w. I Clerk oo or bofui the 14th day of Ortnher, J

t'I -toothing but: report to the minister powerful Nothing but him the weapon In this tV'U van.to m* ware ...+ erls.aea," .*. raBMdy that urs a ..... Im ahoy wish much success. 19 M: U BGMiiAiiOf, il..,ur.

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',\' I TRAVEL TRENDS' tanlties (t.i likely to be added' that OSrventtng \PROFESSIONAL CARDS _

: i: TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL. t> tile mfaukc* wbfctir", tatty lie 1 r- _.____-n.-ynrJy.f.u.lr.r t.Hf r,M--r.LW. .,-= WE LOAD ON

'. OtI1' ttiade! on the part of would-be settler Rustle

;. J" LESiiQN FOURTH QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL and investormisled by a class of promoters _.; '- --- PRESCRIPTIONSWhy I '
: .,..' SERIES, OCT. 12. I It' who usually' may be dependedupdttltd b.o.oaiLi-mowimTii, QUO o.OuKSiL'CII i lie Money
'i "" make! tu y for flUemSefves wfifle
', The Perfectlan'of ;.Systems. of 'r.ijtNbwouTii&; I '
/ the au-a shines' without tb i : : ouuuii Dr. the Dentist,
,I, Teat ot the lon, J o.h. u.O-... tM TransitUndoubtedly : remlerlngi < ,

";:. :;*' ..,..\...v., 15_''T_Golden V.*.. Rapid return Manufacturers' Record. ATTORNEYS'AND. COUNSELLORS, ? p : ,is mailing an extraordinary' of"let .
\ .. ... Responsible}! ::.... _
\1' !.*. xllll, Ifc-Comm nt-. Pr p r -- "'-- Because '
P"lnl It la
THE Important
West Beach 1< ", :
bad teeth
r,<'",. *,t>T 11..... D. M; .t....*. ResolutJ9na ot Regret, U ::4,1 pnrt'ot our buttlness, and at all ,to\. all" peoploTvilli' _____
\ : [Copyright 1M, by America Press Asso lime*'receive* our moat careful attention $.nU.HIMIL, ,,i
: The following Is fl'l'n' the Pay teviIJ. !
( elation.] Before the completion of rapid means nUFO.K: -

," t J*. .Horeby y.e ahail know that tlwllvliiv I>f transit nctw et.ilie seaboard. and the (Arkansas),,'Uy..r. September 19tli : TT HIIANNINCJ Because-We JtIJ'I/ many of t .,.HA.VI O _

,; ,, ,' Qixl .U among ;you.I Mississippi valleyi there waU a steady At. a m."tI.gr of the Vmtryof> St.Paul's .' hem'xbat our stock: la always fresh -. ,., ,'YOUR '

: Tko topic ot ,our lesson is Israel itreaui ot migration. from the Nortli1, to church, ., 4'ayettevflle"&iksnas; Attorney, and OouiiaeIJor-at-Latr\, and pure, besides being compre WORK NIJ:.
\v the Jordan and the utory ,111: '. p
; : and ,
crosslaig hensive complete: 'r': j"
t'' I LhaSoutl either by sea or following the ,jieii on tb. 14th' Seoteuiber,*,>yos,"the (Oillc own Dank.
1' *1old In these two chapters from Room 33'Jefleison' Block
tully : I Bcaue/ :-Our 'of coni. I :
Indian had system
roads the coast or the, fnllowlngproceedlngs were
post along : '
,., Jbtch our lesBoa IH taken fey: this 1904 piuiijingand re-checking from: West palm-11 ;cl ;:: :Florida\ -
I trails and caravan roads skirling the : "The Vestry, as a* conimltteew-of; tliewhole i.
; the Lord would magnlfJoaUt ; .......:... the doctor' original order Insures ....... .
t c" ii. : _
Mor than one tn- appointed at the last "to
Appalachian ktueett g .
: #)i:;' .. In the sight o.t all lame! that range. V\t ;.MBTOALP1;. absolute acuracy.UaituieOur Ia _
licence checked this movement, and not drawup rtnolulions: relative- tile resignation : ., .
Israel 1 might" fear tho Lord its dot charge are'air .
_ I\\t the building, the natlqntl of the Rector reported as follows .l.A ,
; forever aud that all the peopJb of the I the least was 4 rTORNE Y.A W.NOTAHY. way, s right and reasonable being ___ _-
.' road the construction of the Jttrle( can- : PUBLIC. :baaed S ply-Do exact value of -. j&f,'
: .1, ; carUi might knoW' tho hand of th. line To Wardens and .ingredients and time consumed.TUey .
: il and the atretching-: railroad the Vestry of St. Will pra.etiorn.couiiiy.Oiatesnd tntlora :
"" Lori,that It Is ailiihty (Ill, 11[ Iv, 14 at," All .
.4 ; \ icros the Alleghnnies. When. in the Paul'a church. Payltlt.vln Arkh: : Courts .. a.e never "guessed; 8 'm... .
24)). The symbol of tho presence oOoU : LAND\ CA8BH: A 5PittAZ'"V.Olfivelfl'FaOPICLL are treated alike. .1,
't middle of the last century, migration of Your committee, appointed to-draft. _____
p \ was. the ark of the covuimnt, for SON Block. \
enlarged numbers. of foreigners to the. resolutions expressive .ofthe, great.. sorrow Thi Physicians Trust Us .,
lit. It was from above tho nu-rqy: seat Wu.t Palm' Ituacb Dade. Count: flurhlaTT : lVate
United States began, it accelerated a and regret Of tllisr Pariah on accountof

j I" ,'4. from between tho 'c erubm that; 11e aioveuient which. as with most migrations th'eT acceptance..of the resignation jjf I You' can Safely l Do the..Sanja _

,'r bud promised to meet and' ,cotnnauu of peoples had followed lines, of Our loved and esteemed Sector;. the U. S A UK It 1U18, Jr., .' Tea'S'p' oas .
; with Mosos (Kt. xxv; 22)), and at least /
; latltuile., The consequence was' a rapid Rev. James J. Vaulx, which is to// take _

lag seven between times the UE-18 cluirukiw.fl spokeu} of :aa the dwell third upbuilding' of the middle West and Effect on Ih last day" of October ,next, I' ATTORNEY- AT LAW. Dlniick{ & Riegel! tI 75, 'Cents and nptI.

Corner Olive and Datura Streets
Northwest with home-places filled"bvnewcometf nubn.it the following;
chapter the ark" ta m time .
and in the fourth -roul.1.> ,times ,., while a similar wovement Resolved; That anticipation of the IJ-4-1 WaiT PALM BEACH, FLORIDA i, WEST tALM:. BEACHDitALien TaM&! Spoons
1t.I'Ibe South toward new land of Alabama restoration to health of our' beloved Rector ,
: so that the ark of : or the _
: presence of the Lbl'd'i iii'the midst of l) Mississippi and Texas depleted 'and the prolongation of Ms life for A. J. LEWll! -- a Per get, ,X.5O

Israel Is really: the heart of our lesson the populations of older States: which many years to be spent in the buildingup .. and up .

ii were not reinforced to any great extent of Christ! Kingdom in other jriORNEY-AT-LAW
ark'of the covenant ofjr PUBLIC.
11-13. Behold the and NOTARY
: the Tfitfd ot all the earth punrath over tMfore by lorei a-born settlers.. Within the climes we do regretfully: accept his Atmtof the U. s. Fidelity tit Quantity G. ., ol -A c.Oltlni i! Vnkii for 'Set, _ _

; you Into Jordan. past fifteen years though the improvement resignation.After Baltimore, Md. \ Jt ltIIIlt) $3 and ,up

r'tt'I':' 'A.study: of Num.:k: will show tha't on and advancement made in Southern a faithful and xealous administration Oftlcft at corner of Cleniatlu Avenue and Nar _________

::; tho murcli.tha ark always had its place railroad systems have afforded the of the offices ofGod's Holy: clMHim W. tp Street.:lm Uaaoh., over Dtrohni'M, .ncore ,1-4190-a : Prices

//4;.,,_ In the midst of IjniTxul six tribes pra means for quick travel between the church twenty-six years In this Par. '., IIrltou on .

; cedIng and six tribes followlns. It other, and North and West and the South, and the tab, giving the best :yeafs of his life to TAMES K. ANIMtKWS, I : Sterling "Sly'er'[ {
'j It was distinguished from every _
passing! of conditions which ,bad been pastoral work we shall part from him -
vessel outer covering wholly ot ::
by an
,rill. He baa been self. AJTORN Y.ATLAWfNOTARY .. h B>rf l-- 4
furtherers /
migration always $
employed by \ ,,19) ; '
blue (Num. Iv, K. 6)) but on this occa : PUBLIC Quoted on _
I':.:. slon It wet: before all the people and the West to prevent seitlers from moving sacrificing when necessary to relieve *. sly. Appllua ion

preceded them by about 2,000 cubit Southward has made It-po .ible for the distressed or Jto advance God's ProiMHintliiit Attorney ot Brevard Co. i

that they might know: 'the way by the stream to be turned in that direc- Kingdom; always guided by the; doctrines -1'z 'PlEBCKAND TlTUSVIttK, FtA. Dressed liumbett; Railroad Watch.TIME'JNSPECTOR'

which they must go for as the offilersa1d tion. This diversion has been encouraged and teachings of the Protestant 11 lt- 8lyrQEO.M. _____

"Ye have not passed this wuy: by the constantly Increasing l price of Ep"-opnl church he has been an earnest .

httrvtofore"! (Josh. 111,. 4)). As we go on farm lands in the West and Northwest, Treachcr of Trutb, Rlbhte""i'sncss HUlililNS.Attorney ,
In the dull Christian life we must IXRIDA iAST COAST _
]! .
tzn'to'Jesu reducing the interest on the investuientiand Hid Humanity, never failing to minister Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds) / PLANT SYSTEM
run with patience looking and Counaglor-at-Latu,
aud we must sea no one but Jesus by ,the growth of knowledge that to the poorest of God's creatures as will ." SEABOARD 'AIR 'TJTNRJACKSONVItlvB .

; only. for He is our only ark and lIe the South.offers unsurpassed opportunl as the fortunate-in a word he has beena )VIII practice In State and Federal Courts* \ Mouldings. Brick, Lime !; & SO'WESTERMR. : ,
les for the lamer In that It Is able to true pastor and friend "to til sorts '
uluiia can lead us in the way: wherein : TITUSVILLE FLAIT _.' ,
: we should go (Ileb. xll, 1, 2; Mark alee such things as cotton rice and and conditions of men.". lIe baa been 1-ma-myr: : J" A. : .

.hr-. .'".. sugar cane almost exclusively; and in :o us an exemplar of noble Christian a ;:. and Builders' Hardware. 126 Waal Bar JACKSONVILLE. FLAt. _
u"po". ..;,.. AU". ..ovr-'r'... ....... r ,
It-It.: And It came to pans the pee' addition practically every other crop, manhood and his work baa been a ben< "I.LoAJ",.fl fl4YS ..J #4L a4, .1'" ;,'

". pie passed. over right against Jericho.Tfius grown in the United States. diction to and is a history of the Parish -,- .. 1 ;

these three verses begin and This information, within the paten We cannot readily (lit his place; we D. UATOKfsM. D. ._ FORT PIERCE, _FLORID ] Sisbyille ii li.
end. and they: tell us that a-s soon as .1.4. Louisville' -
made never be able to do so. Therefore
the feet of the priests that bore the years. been widely know may HOIIUEOPATHIST i.
ark touched the waters of the river the through the syrteuiatic and persistent we shall part with him in sorrow and< WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.

waters from above where Israel ws efforts of lending Southern railway) our earnest wishes shall follow him this lte..llenee.:l: oppiMiIti Avenue-next: MetllnrllRt to Muionlo('hnrcli.: Temple.Oilivejmonratola.ni.,2tp4andTtoNp.w., OfHiCliniallK .e. EGGS I EGGS'II! i RAILROAD ,

stem. uipoa-a heap and the bed of the and the movement toward: the Sotit new field of labor, that his lot maybe .

ri\v;...kecaine. dry for Israel to pas consequent vijpon the spread of .knon_ CMt i I. pleasant places,. and that iaidays; JdM t .m. i'' '

pyev.! The! same living Ood who divided l- ledge has reached, such proportions as t *.Pmeu .
te Ited sea before Israel IB the he bus formed friendship here which ; '
dot.t;>< Hoses did this before the mil justify the Southern Farm Magazine "f will endure through life. I.' and QuickSchedules

Baltimore which has for ten years been R V. McCracken. Senior Warden .
lions *f Israel under Joshua tbat Israel Thoroughbred Pitr1dge'ftooh1neand "
inlgbt see that the Lord'was wit! laboring especially in that field, to pub- C. D. McIlroy Junior Warden. H.C.. HOOD.M.PHYSICIAN I:). to'
J. Ii. MCILROY.to. ,. Blaok.Iireaetdd'! Bed Game, '
) : ''
flab in its October Issue special' articles /
Joshua He had beenwith Moses
I as : .NaahIl1".a
AND 8IRGtON Birmingham :
/ P. DBA.NX, } Vestiymen. ,
and that all the people of the earth. from the representatives ofriilroad We can afffo furnIsh any othel
C. J. LnrBRllTT.: ) Offlne over Slrohm'a store, WEST I'ALl, Evansvllle, Chicago,, ... _
might know the mighty: hand of the who have for years been active In immi --.-- UEACJ1I. liuilUenoe near Royal Poln- rued! and ship to any point.J. Louisville Cincinnati','.' ,.
LortL The Lord afterward dl .
same [ration work for the South. The exilMt "'
x'ldi,'d this same river for two men and made by these gentlemen is most Stops the Cough and Work.off the Co.ld. ", lava. ,Botel.PALM BEACH. M- J. FOX'S REPAIR SHOP a St..Ixuls and aU points
; a little later for one wan (II Kings M.r West and Northwest .
land and bleta-
ratifying. M. V. Richards Laxatjve Bromo Quinine T cure PALM FLA
8, 14)). We little know what the IIv ,BKACJf 4f obile,' New Orleans 11I114 .1.l.
Industrial agent of the Southern Railway a cold I In one day. No cure, No pay.350. n B, POTTEU. M. D.. .tOiDts '
Ins Wod would do for one man willing $ gouth\ve .
I to be as wholly His as Jesus Christ points to the opening up of ml --I .I- via I :
was, but we do know that Ills eyes mona of acres of wild lands. the'' enor s.: 8-lfa WKHT!: PALM BEACH FI.A. ': ThrQ.gh tickets, Ihe Louisville" 9
Me :
.. h Aslies Nashville are sold by ail Railroad oo .
are searching the whole earth to find moua Increase in local Southern travel, ugh ; ,

such people ((11 Chron. :xvi, 9)). On the'establishment of prosperous colonies TiRED AND rP.; PLATTS 1\1. D. \ pon Ticket Agents In Florida. ,

occasion God said It would be WORN OUT. ; For schedules. rates': and aleeping-csr
this as and the expansion of screes devoted to ,. For growing fruits and vegetable!I

so It came to puss and so It always fruit, grain and stock as a proof of the j ". PHYSICIAN AND BUR6l0N. D nib log- equals our reservations: apply'' to

does, oDd the believer may say: with influx of settlers Into the territory covered tlt.granu..delivered all hours of the da, \ LtFMI ., ;,
confidence "I believe God, ... ...... .
the utmost '
and ul.-ht. Clean Dry Ashes I Florida Passenger & R
by this road And be adds that such Agent, L N. R, ,
that It shall be even as It was told H-39-I90 FORT PlSRCM. Fla. ao6 West St Flu.
mo' (Acts xxvll 23, 44)). Quietness a fact as that within the past year alongthe .. Potash guaranteed. 5 to 7 per cent Bay Jacksonvllle.

aol coulldenco honor Ood. line of the Southern Railway alone used exclusively on our own \C. J,. .STON5,
;;.; 17 And the prleits that bare the ark ol 635 .new ndustrles have been started I DENTAL farm'at RI vjer&. Close Gen Pass .Ag't.Louisville Kentucky j jAGEOY

the covenant of the Lord stood firm on and 2t5 have been enlarged and thai price*. '-, -. ,
dry ground In the. midst of Jordan us. ir. MACYI. 4
until nil the. people were passed clean over rS5 are now under construction, has had .\ / Q.: II.. OIPKIN it CO.

Jordan. a marked effort upon immigration. So ofvrwr .,, ., a .
West Palm Beach Fla.Buildf .
As.tnuly. : as every one of this great Col.'J. B. Killehrevv, industrial and immigration ; ,

host of 2000.000 or moro passed safely: agent/ of the Nasuvillr, Chat. Women Needa Office over Dade County State Bank. '. CONTINENTAL l

OMT the Jovian. while the priests bear anooga & st. Louis Rail ay estimates Will be opeu'August Jth. -

.. In,; the ark stood Ill'w. so truly shall that within the past ten years mnre constant supply of blood-making tna- WEST PALM>BBAcir FLoRIDA... .. '

very one of the Lord's redeemed PUSH lan"3,000 heads of families and singlemen terlal or their systems will break down. ,:, I \ PUliT COMPrffJOfKittreltN. 'Y;
this wilderness
.. fI..rely through-all Jour. have bought in the region leaversd The complicated female ortan1; m.II .-!
\ ni-y bwause of our High Pi-lust, who Ii () delicately" Himself! the true uric of the covenant, by bia roadgn! avemge of moo acres of thrown out of --balance. 'As a result, :' Houses
tlie end of the law for righteousness to laud each making 300,000 acres of laud health and strength are affected by IIULIyVM> OOCK.) F1IOMR l" a ;.. .- C.

", every! ono that l>bullevrtb; who ever llvI'c'a occupied by Northern farmers and Maj. divers diseases. Motherhood, family WatT: PAI.M BRACK.NOTARY Move .Houses.Repair .

t, to make intercession for us and W. t,. Gleauner, commissioner of ioiaura society all levy such drains upon her Houses. !6TBA1TBEBKT PLANTSVabbao
strength that mOst women break under
c who has said, "Bccausa I live ye shall lion of the Georgia Southern & Flor- the ; PUBLIC .
., nervous tension. The demands ,Tuuikto d Celery I Iiuiu.
.. the also" (John xlv 10)). Yet we must Ida Rallway/poims to the forests-yield upon her nervous strength are much Shop, work,

,:;'/?" not think of Jordan as typical of death laIC to fertile farms. orchards and vineyard greater than,similar demands of the (J UY' I. METOALF CARNATiON, "INK" 4
.))1 or of Caiman as suggestive of heav opposite eaz. Hence she must be sup Repairing or A Specialty.We .
:: ('II.-for there are no conflicts la heaven ", and to sawmills replaced by colon plied in greater measure with the lement > NOTARY PUBLIC -
willis, cotton oil. mills, knitting fac. Dock Building. handle DRUM and Plowci-hitf Mnnt for' 3
.. -iron-that The
; oiifh us were In Oman after Israel gives strength.
For the Sttt of Florida at Large.. U..L. raber, Otis 8u Mary ns
( enti'ied It. The Israel story la augKfsrlve tories, etc as evidence of the Improvt. reason women feeT tired and worn out ...
and Buffer from headache pains In the DeiuU, MortgaKea LeMes. and Contract, Call' on or'address A share of your pWotiam. olmjte of life here on" earth. The meat in farming and agricultural/: Inter- ,
back and limbs, etc., Ia because they Oraltvd.: OgD1RS% raOMP1!' .ruRP
D' In Egypt tells the'' condition aided by the into duuvey.uelngamsewtalty.| .
bondage eats largely migration
have used
; their of iron. .&ddrssa'FIIAIfKUWSit ,
up supply All Work <4uif nt_l Lrzally. Correct M. J. YARBOROUCH ,
,lL(; or all beforethey are redeemed the Georgia and Florida of farmers and Menstruation trouble ia largely caused unico lit tuoeictL. MOM Block: -. II-tt .
I\, \ 1 lilood of the Passover lamb sets,forth other men from the Northwestern by lack of iron. Wnt Paint Jtitacb. Dado County Florida.CfVJL Vest Palm Ileoch. Fin.Brefeford P. O. Sos 144.West P hn BcaohS. PIli -

,; .' the ray of redemption tbe ups and"I7J'J -
S.ales .

". :! ;; nil 110w1)'I too j of common the wilderness experience journey of are many an Allthreeof'_ these gentlemen take a Dr. Harter's ; ENGINEERING G o. .-Hacker: & Son'

view of the futue In Southern .
Rated ones while the restful aspect rosy near eros '....( .
/ agriculture and Capl. J. F. Merry, EOnUE OrJ3UTLElt. a, ,
of the Canaan experience Is tbe prlvt Iron Tonic .
f' I IReal'
,:. '?' Ilc'irv of all believers though but few distant general passenger agent of Die, CIVIL ENGINEER. 't

j r- si-em to enjoy It. They do not enter Illinois Central Railroad expects that supplies this element enriches the AND Estate, and Insurance, .

4 2v In Because unbelief. But those who I within the next twelve months there blood and restores what strain barn DEPUtY COUNTY/ SURVeYOW/

4y truly believe and therefore cease from will -..It an immigration from the North 118ed up. FOR DADE C9UHTY/ PALM BEACH. ,'.PLA.
their works do enter Into rest .A-lUte, .ArlL t own May 10,l00a.
to th-iS-iuth akin to that which: for the t"". It.C.-Mv. POMPANO-ILA 6too.iRAL Notary Public. Cottages Rent
t (Ucb 11//. IS. 19. and Iv. 3. 0. 10). See- RAfter havint wild rjr. Barter nm ,1les 1 :
bns found its in ,
past I wo year way thedireesloi for tulrtyyemr can cheerfully. rw'ommendr
; lag and/ knowing Jeans Is rest. of the Canadian: line Cart J! tti m. I might add that i ; ESTA TE and INSURANCE Postofflii BnlldlnK.North of -
t>oldtn.pKiuiravrDr.Harter's B-t-leot PolneIsn.sftotel.LIGHTWOOD .
L 4 Iv 17. These stones shall be for a memorial I !
unto the children of Israel forever sin Marry knowledge of an unusual Iron, Ionic,and wouldrooommend
: I jut ''.al which has sprung up within thep |,i..raU ii 01 Iron It aflb I am very aa- 'W 1.LAJE'; MUSES, t
; wltu.' To w.ak. worn-out "
# This chapter tells of twjrfve stones si l sixty days among bunkers nier- PO'STS'Fire'
troubled with nerr- 8ucuiq; ; o4 W. Robert. .
ret up as u memorial In the midst of doctors' real, > rdfft' C' eMit
) nils' egentrand :!: : ?? : '
Jordan In the place where tbe feet of the Northwest .,* to ba a psnacse l l"J. REAL. ESTATE AND'INSURANCE. Clastt Lightwood Post. for M1NTJFA&tURER op'

the priests which bore the ark of the I I III r !the lroaJ matter men throughout of Southern-Und invest B. WlLfftaon, Drug gist." Agent InfWwit palm Beaoh' Town Lots also pineapple; Covering- and other pur- Doors, 'Sashj

covenant stood (verse 0.) as well as of _(JI....imtrssm, llTal stays lnU. aUl Is|-.) West 1'.lm. beach WteC Work poses) Addres; -

: twelve stones taken from the place ra ns| of a demand at advance prices I. :'- ..NOTiHX Avvnn,near PUBLIC.Clemml. Ollr.Street H.-B.HOWARD Blinds, ..Mouldings'
) where .the. priests stood aud set up hithe for undeveloped cotton and cora landsin : ll-. ;-2i1i.1uot {'.lux Uaitch." Florida
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i L' bmd (verse 8)). Jordan slgnlflos the I I the South and of a geiieral feeling W. ARTSON, -! a Sebastian' F/a.; 'BuildingMaterial' ''

r i'\\y/'fr-t; Judgment ami these two heaps eveiywhero that Southern farmlssf ia to 4RCIIITECTAWD, BUlLPEN : ,

I.., or-a&nes' -under the waters of Jordan. lharc Jn the general industrial, commercial CHtllESf s.vc. ,
ORir.c- ,
audijt up4n tho land speak to me of .
and of the
agricultural prosperity
rji u. BKOWN; '. Private
with Preparatory SchoolFOR LarQestFactoi'y South.
r the believer crucified Christ and I .
,: and country In All lit Branches Send for1':Prices! '
u riseR Christ| judgment past The Influences which bve wrought to ARCHITEOt'AHO BUILDER. _I .' .

1.:4.: Christ at Cod's right hand our life forevrr'more. this: end under many difficulties are now -- ''Flans\dapselflctlonspraqaited GIRLSAND'JJQYg- .. .' .
( .. .. Until we see this there is Jobbtae work given attentton at ,,
beginning' to enjoy definite' results. Street D.'M. OEADRIDEAU
no abiding rest and victory. Unless 'REssmetium,, > ", : Shop ea. Datura Street.TKRii.NDOIP.S ;
1 ; ;", : we thus live the people of the earth '}They feel that their work baa not been ... '. P
', 1. will sot know tbe band of the Loris I. 'vain but that (here must be no slack* DYEIN8. AXD REPAIRING la-openinu, Monday October 6th, looaesalonsS.jo PARLOR. _
:' ':" .': Hint I K It inlsbty aud God will nut bo rmng up of effort, for to their task of .. : ; LADIES' SHOES : to N a. m. i J to 1:,}0 p. m. .Flnot..Oldllotllall"t..,!_ 1'onaorla... .r"bJ' tb.! I

t,;:1'ii I : glorfled in Wa re.dse'aed.i I Attracting attention to Southern opport- Shop( on QJiv St. Waal Palm Beach at JANTHOJlY"Ba94. Piano lssonsbv, anaai meAt. IHOP ONDEU HOTEL PALMS" ,,' .

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rJlQt.'Ic. frONt WES, $: OLM. AOlI. FLORIDA, ..FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 19(0is. 7 ,;i Ill

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? MATE PftESS: : ON : It NOTES- ABOUT Is Notice RItRIFF'S lutwby SALE given. that Notice: of? Election Stop Paying Rent! l,

I (m ;]: I Under and by virtue ul an execution' Issued Be Your Own Landlord I
BOB DAVIS STATE : out ol tbe Clrotill Court of tue Sixth Judicial / _-
Clruult of Florida
Y : {,in a cause In therein and for pending IIl1lebooogbO..tri wherein ; WHIDt/BAR, The Legislature.. ol 1UO1 under Per Mouth with only 3 per cent

T '* '" 1 Job ,IV Moody and William B. Ueode..a.co Florida the/ Constitution did ot 188B, ot the State ol $ .00 interest per annum, :will buy a
TfrKo o.M Tb.spaoe pans two Joint Resolutions-
already reserved for exhibits partners, taratllnn under the firm name of ,

that Cpnfcregaman: bavi 'will ,not will occupy)' three-fourth! of the Interior Moody *.. Huuderson are planttns and D. L, of I imposing the State amendSSMti of Florida, and to the the Constitution same. were t Vii $1,000 Home' or Loan S 'I

'baaadldate. twoeummcr.heacetbe,, I of the Main Tent, 430x150 feet Aldurmau and will, still Is at defendant, I have levied upon agreed to by a vote of three-firth of all the NSW AND OHIQINA.L. PLAN, J 1

l&)I Robert) McNamee evidently\ regrets ..I In aisie.: :, -- court house door public atMloml| auction, Florida in front, betweenthe ol' the "members elected to each Houm; that the The Standard Guaranty and Trust Co. i
> .. foe ceased -to be a resident oft rot! on said Joint Itasolutlons were entered
t t legal boars of sale
I on the third dai of their Capitol Stock )( and (: Funil, aaa.OOO.OO: ( :
Mot only will nearly In Unou reapeotlveJournala., with the yens ;U\\ .ooo.oo Besprve" Coupon \
t t the, j 1'nt Congressional: ,: ,ptattict.r.Der.and ; every county November A. D. 1003 the name being the aqd f
nay thereon and .
'jRecord.Th Florida be'' represented at the 'Fjlr, but first Monday In solif month to the highest and direct that the they did determine WM. V. ARMSTRONG Jr. Hibiscus Hotel Palm"Beach j
said Joint Resolutions be ,
exhibits and best bidder, for cash, all the
hope been entered from twelve right title
and lutttrest" lubroltted to the electors of the St.te.t the Agent for Dude and B re van! Counties, will toll you all about It. Write| lum.m.mnrnnnvr..vyy.vv.rirrnny.n.n. !
*' Ocala Editor !'Skee..edA'Col. States and two foreign countries; both ol the defendant, D. L. Alderman General Election In No..mbo..1802.
In and 'to the
following described realeaate
Bob, );Pavia \IJi out Itt a 'statement of the latter coming direct to our Fair. located and being In the County of Mow, therefore I, H. Clay Crawford,Secretary -
ot State ol the State ot Florida; 1
--- D..dll and
foal ho will not row: : for Congress any State ol Faorldato-wltt: An undivided hereby give notice
*"t'ft after( thl t* ai; tatetnents of'that The,Grand-stand Is nearly completed.It oniMialf Interest. In the. South forty- that a .....

mea arc like will comfortably aeat fourteen hundred flve ((40 feet of Iota eleven ((11)) and twelve General Electionwill i
,, Ripe
Art from our public don't Count. people and it Is to be one of the very (112)) of block one hundred twenty-two (1U3): ) be held In each Dade County State Bank I
(''an "Winkle's drinks, they N.\.Jlt..of' Miami. rlurlda. more suecldcally county In Florida on t
alu J ner.lJveryoneLlkes. best of Its kind In the whole country described aa foll..w.B lrln at the Northeast Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday

ttenjatter of comfort. corner of the November A. D., 1008\ the said Tuesday i
I particularly Intersection of 18th Street West Palm :Beach, Florida ,
and avenue DI .. bring the :
"Bob." run Hnrlu fort-II. ((4.11)) feet ,
r"r"r exhibits thence run i:8.t ono hundred 1100) feet; Fourth Day of November '.. ;
One of the most interesting .
ofr' David/ haa stated that this ,next thuncerun South forty.uve (4Sfuet) ; thence For the ratlflcatlou or rejection of tbo said '

i''wilt ba hU t last In Congress. This will be a complete whip-making factoryIn run West one liuudred (1OO( ) feet to point of Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to Authorized Capital $100,000 : 1) '
r r operation, showing the process of bugltnlnif. being'esabove stated the South the Constitution "ii
Apegi the another which ol the State of Florida,vlsi.
(ak* m braiding common buggy whips. This lorty-flve ret\ ol lot 11 amt 1 12 ol block 133 Paid Up Capital $15,00 ,;" 'l 1
fcr would have been otherwise. The N, City Ol Mlarhl uncording to plat made bv ARTICLE XIX. ,
> exhibit comes from the Urgent whip t
if*the' and 'district ttital.'kl 'lot off A. L. Knowlton. E. and ,mcordud In tbe That the following amendments to the I
in the world af Wealfield Mess .
\p$ 'Pob."-Orlando Star. factory for office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In aud Constitutional the State ol Florida be, and OFFICERS : DIRECTORS ,

f said Bade County, excepting however a the same are, hereby agreed to, and shall be K N. Dltnlck.: Prenlilctit V. N Dinilck Geo W. Lnlllhart
Not Tulkliucjl! : Columbia, Baker and Bradford counties ten ((10)( foot alley way fur Ingress andegrnee submitted to tbe electors of tbo State at the Gen W. Potter, Vice lrcHldeitOeo. ), R B. Potter B M. BrclHford i' ft
are now In line with larger of persons and vehicle reserved on Ueneral Election In 19O2 for location t L. BraunlnK CsnhterW. Gee, W. Potter W.H Spitzer r
__j t>avla he", not been' heard from appropriations tbe East. side uf the above deecrllieil lots or refection: or H. splticr,AMlHtaiit Cashier Ueo. L. Branniug w : +

r nee,ie! made his declaration ''that berf4 than last year. .... much thereof us will be necessary to Section 3. of Article Vol the Constitution to ,. OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 P. M. '

'" '1'1?$ ;1 t&nd: fbr1 te- lectl o' two,; sstlsfy said earautlon and .0"". Is hereby amended so as to read as follows! ; d
tisnsacted. Collections
i d JOHN, general bankinghusUiev* promptly remitted on day ,
\ I hence*' Bob '''may'be'giving'! Cures Rheumatism and Cat.rtb..i..Mdl. MtOUOCK, The Supreme Court shall consist ol three of receipt. Drafts bought slid sold on the principal cities In united the bta.e ''
/Sheriff of Dude County, Florida.T Justices..,except hereinafter provided, who
? Aorlal bee a chance to do a little cine sent Pree shall 4>e elected by the qualified electors ol SAFETY :BOXES :FOR: RENT 3 I

fttf before talking too' much. 1 ,'-TatnDavU I- Send no moneys:-simply.wrlfcc/ and try D ,ED NOTICE.. the State at the time and places of voting .'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAG. I
#J 1a1.: lor member.of the Legislature, and shall II
M Ww.wMwrM-' Botanic Blood at our expense.
hold their office lot the term ol six years, except I
r r to Reilre.It Botanic: :Blood Balm (B. B. B.) kills or Notli .Is hereby given that T. T.n..e.;pur. those first. elected one of whom, to be I

-A'. destroys tbd poison In the ,blood which chaser of Tax Certificates numbered and dtwlKuated by lot In such manner as they
Congressman Robert W. Davie who aches dated "below, lins flied said t'ertmcates In my may determine. shall bold his ofllce I
csuses the awful in back: and for two
ow., about to make his fourth race tot once and made. application for tax deed to yeurt another, to .bn designated. In like manner W. S. B.ELLContractor
shoulder blades, shifting pain., difficulty Issue In accordance with law I
for four and the tlilrd. for .
ngrcss (if a unanimoua :nomination; years, six
In 'moving fingers Iocsor legs bone Said certificates embrace the following
years so one shall be elected every two
Jth no one )in the field to oppose him described properties, situate In Dade Cono- '
and of
pains swollen muscles joints years after the first election.
i be called ,a race) t ty Florida to-wltt The Chief Justice and Builder
tendht rheumatism' of the1 fool breath, hawking shall be designated by lot ,
No.' 81O, July 2: IflOO
Hylll be,his last assessed to II. P. by said Justices and shall .be smh during
retirement from the lower, House spitting, droppings in throat bad Larson. for Lot 3, Sec.. 8. Tw.41.. \ S; B, Ills term ol ofllce. The Brat election. for members -
J ." hearing specks flying before the eyes, 48 K., 40 acres. ol the Legislature alter the ratification WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAThe f
his retire-
j ootneceeaar; y meaD No. 820 July 9, 10OO, assessed to H. P.
of of this Const
I all played out feeling catarrh. Botanic Itntlon, cud their term of ofllce
: ( 'life Larson for 8, 4, 7 and erection and repairing of Buildings all descriptions
jtroin"active :public althoughJfetimatei Balm has cured hundreds of 8, less trarta sold, shall begin; on the flrat Tuesday after the given personal
e hi*' intention to resume Blood See, H,Twp.41, 8. R. -II E., 118.04 ac...... flint Mondnv In January after their elertlon attention. PIANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED '
cases of 30 or 40 years' standing after No. ,:aa, July 3, lOOn.) awwssed to Jobn ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly /
Upon ratification
of ) of this amendment to
out interruption, the practice: law doctors, hot springs" and patent medicines Chandler for N, W. Vi of N. K. H Hue. 20, thel'onatltutlon. the Governor by and with done. References given if desired. !

t Jjr ,a,coincidence( l l h we"er."Jbc.o closeconteaiporaaebu. had.all tailed:''Most of these cored Twp 41.S. It. 48 E.. 40 acres.No. the consent ol the Senate shall appoint threemore Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing 1

Kia coniiu' term,}is << Blood as'last 84(1.( July )*, 1DOO assessed to .:11.... Justice*of the Supreme Court, and each
O. the election: *o( *a Governor sad patients bad taken, Bafni a bath J. Moore", for N B.Yt of N. I;. !K less 0chs. ol whom shall have the same powers. and Residence on Evernia Street near: Lake Front P. O. Box 361.

tTnited States Senator.. Congressman' resort. It is especially advised for oft East. .side Bet. 9, Twp 4.8. B. U. 411 shall .receive the same compensation as each 1-n-tr

would 'these'posf is i- chronic( ,' deep seated cases Impossiblefor H., as acres, i ol the other Justices ol the Supreme Court,
It i graceeither ot No. 807 July 9, 10OO. assessed to Lena'
any 'one'' 'to suffer the agonies or each ol the Justices so appointed shall hold
,' and without doubt a ,suggestion of rheumatism or catarrh Gordon ..estate for Lot 8. E, ". Block 37, : ofllce until the first. Tuesday niter the flrstMondnv !, '
i his paYty tliBt""either' ( them were symptoms town of West. Palm Beach Sec. 31-34, Twp I 'ol June In the year 1UOS, and tuayfurther JHMES HGLLEY '
while or after taking Blood Balm. It 4.3.11. K, 48 E. ,
|ia disposal would be received. sola office until his sucussor shall be .
kindly, ,makes the blood pure and ):rich,"'therebygltng .No.' 85H, July 2. 10OO. assessed to Eva I elected and qualified;: II It shall be soprovlil .-..... .. BUILDER ......' f
x. f .mailer of (act .1'Il'r..t.the peculiar'Jtionsbnderj Arrtugton lor Lot 2. W, H, Block 27, townof _
v : ( | a healthy,blood, supply Cures ''d by law. For the year 10(10 and
( ; b6'Deat..ebt- are permanent and not a patching up. West Palm Bench, Hoc. 31-1/2: 'Twp. 411, for the subsequent ;years: the Legislaturemay .. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISBSD ON APPLICATION 4

II l |or Puitec\\; States Senatoe la to be d. n. 41)E. provide by law for the election of much WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
II" '' KtKthere 1 ia ample! opportunityoffer- Drugstores $t per large bottle. SImple! No. IIOU, July 2, 1900, assessed to Elisabeth number ol Justices ol the Supreme Court as l-8-tt ,
? of Blood Balm''sent"free and prepaid Moore tor part Lots 1 and 3 and WM It may determine and prescribe their terms.
fgtor tentative candidates for each of of N. W. X, aa In Deed Book T. .
"special'medical: advice by describing : page lie of ofllce not to exceed six years; Provided.
them honorable'' poaitlons.St.v\ .. AngusnqRecord. trouble fend ,writing Blood "Sec., IS, Twi 44,H. It. 48 B. O.BO .e....... That the number of Justices of the Supreme

[ your "- No. Bit July 3,1000, unseiuwd. to H. tttltes, Court holding office at the moms time| shall
Balm Co., Atlanta,.,9a.September for Lot 1 and N. W. l of .......
T N. W.
11jiil i > -I "i 1 K, BU: not be .toss tlv.1tll"( \ """ }, *n<* shall not begreater
A Big Florida'Concern.The1 .. .. Twp, 44, H.It.40 E., 88 acres.No. : \ hap six, and provided, \ that no

Weather. H7T Jol, 2. WOO, asRfsqud to "Harsh' Justice or (ha Supreme: Court can by such

< greatest combination -of naval! .* r > p .-+. ,,_ A. GudmanHppflitt.i\ :U oN. W. \\.t. RNI. S4-, an act, of the Legislature\ 'be. deprived of his

tores on earth wag) formed yesterday, The monthly report of the weather Twp, 44, a !to 4e E,, NO au.... oflloe during the terra for which be was

I tills city was made the headquarters.u : bureau at Jupiter has just been sent out No IITM, July V. 1UOO assessed to Wm. K.!: elected." -

' It shows. the meaD temperature for Sepeinber Smith, for lots 5.0, 7, S,. la( Twp, 4ft, s. It. Seotlou\ 4 ol Article V ot the Constitution
iiw concern is to be)known a* th Cone 4H, E., B HI} acres. Is hereby amended so a. to "'Dd.. follows:
to have been 81 cle&'l' ee. The
Pl)11dated p': s'tf Company i, and No.IJSGJulJ2.11011.\) ( aasoftsed. tu Thar*. H The majority ol the Justices ol the Supreme
1 its capitaf.lockis $j.oc ioooi'' tlgbest record of the thermometer was Hayden for Lots I and 8. See, U, Twp. 4U Court'.half. ,constitute a quorum for the

_i 8Lx: naval stores_ coocarnefira: lepre- 93 degrees on September 4th and the S.: R. 48. E., 04 Hen. transaction of all "".In...... But when. there
l weRt. 7a' degrees on September Jist. Unless said oertllloutes shall be redeemedaceordlng shall be six,Justices ol the Supreme: Court, the
IIlatecl. though the assurance is received tolaw.tox deed will' Issue th..reoa,1 Court may bear and determine caws and
The for the of the
average Septembers
that at seventh concern, the flowing in the lath day ol October A, D. UH>3,_ I exercise any ol Its powers when sitting.

Company, of ,rualwlckr wilt also be a last fifteen years is 8t degrees. .... Witness my band and official .saol this I.' either 10.. body or In two dlvlHlons, under

fi party'jn the:c mbine t ,: W.: C. to well, The rainfall for' the month was 6.ol day September"" A, D 1BOJ.BKAI. such regulatlous'as may be prescribed. bylaw
of theSouthern'Navat Stores Inches, which is 3'39' l Inche's below the <1 .!{ B. O. DBAU: OItN. or bytbq.rules ot said fourt not inconsistent -
president Clerk. ol Circuit Court, Dade Co.Fla therewith The concurrence of a .-r rrt
average for the' put filfen'ye.n.. This
: company,: ;'was; elected& president; and By R. B. McLEVDON D. C majnclly ol the members. of the Court sitting } J6 yr q

r -the KeneA! maaagmeni i of the company average is 4 3d' inches Taken all In any cause wherein the Court shall sit aM

will be under' bit direction. Manage through September was regarded as an : one body shall be necessary to a decision;
warm and and when member ol division ol the
unusually dry month cape.dally Notice any
meat for the company at Jacksonville of Election.To Court shall dlement'rom the majority of such
t in Dade
however", wtlfbe'ln.direct charge: of two county. division! on any que Uoa..oeb question shall

vice-president W. .F, Coachman; and -.s.-. be submitted the Court sitting fc body.

H. A. McEachera, two live, pro rtsaife" The label on your paper shows you to the Shone/ uf Dude County State uf The number pi r terms of. the Supreme Court

business men "Jacksonville: (fensacola : what date your' 'sub crlptlol is paid. Florida I\. and the Mme\ 'uf. holding the same shall be
Bo It known that I, U. CLAY CRAWFORD regtllated, by law. All terms shall be hold .t
The Sun would be to have ,
.Tropical glad '
I Is Vice-President tt1 .
represented by Secretary fit State uf e the Capital of the State.
Sate oj( Fforli.
*.. Covlngton and the forth vice-presi all .rr, settled, promptly. U do bvrrby' gys| ,gattge| tn| t a ARTICL3 XX. Tri-Weekly Sailings Between

dent ia B. P. Bullard' 'or Saannali.laceoq'llje .,. .. .::.. ... GENERAL ELECTIONWill That the following amendment to the

: ; | wll| be the. geperal: l .bead; LEGAL .ADYk l'f'LSEhIENTS. (bttVelh In Daife Ccnnty Slate' :Florr- Constitution the State of Florida be and the JACKSONVILLE + NEW YORK

quarters oil' the'e company and fe'rge des uf same liHurpby' agreed, to, and shall be sub ,?. Calling at Charleatatl 8.C, both ways. '
Jl'ueHday offices will"be opened in the'DyaUtjp.church Monday In 1>. 1 the THE STEAMSHIPS( IN 7JE COASTWISE SERVICE
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLA NT WANTED November A \10OJ/ : said Uenural Election In 10O2 for ratification orrejection FINEST: ,
building. There will also be Tuesday b..lnatbe
: "Section 8 of Article V of the Constitution
branch: offices. "ia Savannah and; Pensa- The Town of West Palm Beach Florida Foui th Day. of November, .la hereby amended .... as to read THE CLYDE NEW ENULAM: AND) SOLTIICliN( LINKS

I will steel,. sealed bids for ths granting of lullows; ,
cola.The 1'0.00. Representative uf the Direct Betwcct.
above combiaation'meana : a franchise for an Electric: Light Plant la Hecoqd CongrvsHlonal Section S. There shall; be eight Circuit '
4 a great sold town. All peruse.ubmltting bids must District ut Florida. In the Fifty: Judgt who shall be appointed by the Governor JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, :t.'
deal for Jacksonville.: tfl'-WiU: handle eighth ConijreHS of the United Stll... .
stipulate tlm wanted In Installing the said and confirmed by tlf"at.:\ ., andwho AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
the business of 700 operators and, .control : lgh' plant. All bids most be reed with the FotSecretaryotStateof the'8tate of Florida. shall hold heir| oOpe) for all "...r.. at Charleston both

the ..tP'ttof more than 3ooooooacres Clerk on or before the flat day oINo'gelober. ; The ....I\\..( .,.sb, For Comptroller: of tbs State ut luJl'iI.'" JJK;; ;; I.Y SAILtNU.S.Southbound .
of\, plriVi'foresli. 'the Cb4tbinetakes A.D.1992. 'l.1ItJ ,Town Council reserves the at Its first regular session alter the
)brone Justice tbe
right to reject\ any or all bids. Supreme Court, ( the adoption of this section. Into the eight Judicial From Lewis' \yharf, Boston
(ro.niSavannahonof J its State ot Florida. "
greatest ..
Hlgasd[ ) Ow>.oa \V. fotrtu, Circuits and one Jndg shall be aaslgiiud
Industrie, and makes this city the principal Chairman\ of' the Town Council' uf West for two RftllFom! Commissioners of the to each, Circuit. Knob Jadge shall Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
State of Florida. .
,shipping poinU oJD" ,foreign .Palm Beach. hold at least two terms of bis Court In eacb ."
For oneiMemoes, uf the House of I
vcisels will be loaded in Fernandlna Attest! Quo. B.Anu., tativeeotb.Stateof Represen oounty within his Circuit: every year, and at CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
} Florida.For such times and shall be ,
< City Clvrk. places as prescribedby
until the depth of
Jacksonville get Tax Assessor.For .
5- I S Inw I and may hold special terms.The Between 'Jacksonville and Sanford.
water necessary, but the present"'con.ditlcn Tax Coii etor.
Governor may In' his discretion,
a are sufficient to cause tb1s\ ( 'cityto it REGISTRATION_ _NOTICE._ For County Trsssurer order teraporary exchange. of Circuits by Stopping at Palatka, Aator St. Francis Bereilord (DeLind) Blue Spring sod

be the naval s'upply port'of the world. For County Surveyor therrepectlvu.Tudgeeorordtffly, Judge to Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River.Steamer .
Tbe books of, of
', registration the Town For Five County Commissioners.For .
hold ol
} one or mom termite, or part or parts
Jacksonville Metropolis. Was Palm Beach Florida will be from three
open Membere.the.County Board of "LOUISE"I.
any term' III any othsr Circuit than that to
<< October! $rd, lOOii, until October 23rd. 1UOJ, Public Instruction.
i .T.- \vtaluh he Is awUgnsd. The Judge shall reside
r; o! I-, tt between the hoara- lot Btto m4 and 6 p. m.earn For Jastlreof the' Peace In! 1t1l<1'fp<- tbe fol la the Circuit of which be IH Judge. ? CA PT U. lf. BROCK

"t Joe Arrested.Whenever day. Said books wlir be found In tbe qwjns\ ; "'IMI\P'| rM-trtets, "1.. It. o ; r This seetluu.haBnot be operative until 18 ''APPOINTED TO SAII AS FOLLOW

Joseph Jefferson s visits I ( New telephone-. oflco. Oniber block.O Numbers; aunitwr nnmtier 7. numbers.. the Lrgtslstiireshal) have divided this Ststs Lv.Foot Catherine St., Jacksonville, Tuesdays and Saturdays at I 5 p.m.
'gaoasla 8. AnAYS number. 0.number. 11, number 18.
Eli; Qrleana )be ID the guest of' ft-secret orderwhose t 88t. City Clerk For Constants and for the following' Jus Into; and eightClrcuitaaa the seven. CircuitJudges hereinbefore balding providedfur of.Aue Leave SanforJ, Mondays and Thursdays at I 5) p.m.
tnembert are celebrated for theis
t/ceDlmtrlct.vii/ : the'tlm&
(hospitable" treatntent: of visitors Qu NOTICE FOR ELECTION. Number 1. number:I. number. 8. number" 6, at to exeictHV Jurisdiction ol.aob. division over their shall several continue General Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleA.

S ,4S one of these occasion-two leading mm number. 8, number. B, numb 11,.number existing I Clrx'tlts as constituted at the
Notice Is hereby given to the qualified 13 number 18. time of such division! until the Judge 61 Ttie C. HAQltBTY. Knnfn f.u>. Art F MIRt'NMONL'RSJr., A-s't H.n'rl.I sssllKlnie Agt
ben of tha society were appointed policemen
81 New Voi, k. sot West hay Jscksouvlllo, Eta.TI103.Df1ALRY.6oeaIErl.Aet. .
90t'en'or West Palm Beach Florida thataa The attention of the Sheriffs Is failed' to the
'' ,conduct the singers and essay.. additional Circuit shall have qualified. The .. C. P. LOVEI.l. A...'' t'l'". SillI.' '' .
election. wilt be held In the Club House onth law requiring them,, to cause -notice: uf the Clrsult Judges. holding ofnc* at the time of toot Hogan St.,JunkiwnvlUo.JOHN tool Hogan St.Jaiik--sunvllle.
lets to tbe platform.: It,was about niM- *,4..".Monday .Is. November. 1003. Ixjlpj, said election to be published In a newspaper' such division shall severally continue In qt. 1.. HOWARD Stiackennvtile.i euperlnten.tent.:
} thundered the' thlr* d/ of the mupth thai th* printed In the Comity, .U there be a paper tootllogon
night when Jthw ehalrnian \ polls fire until the expiration of their then' s ,1.. THKU: a. EGE n. WM P. L'IDWI: A. "'<),
out "Let the { arresj Joe"Jeferaofl( will bv open from eight. o'clock ti m.;until In the County, II there be no paper published log term of online; aa Judge ol the Clnmlt Uenernl ". iunersl AgentsCbesoborough ,
pole '"'The\ nndowBon said eleetloa day .' In the County, tbry shall.ause at least Ire( respectively |n>y ..bl<: under such dlvlsfop. : : Uullillng' 10 scat Street, cpposlta Battery Park, New York.
and( bring; re the chair| 1'be offlcnrs to be votsd for are aa follows copies of tills notice' Iu tx posted In tha.most the. eounty ol bis rvsldeaca. may be (Included

roof nearly fell in with the,applause' ,as A ltayorrt0 serve one year, public places In| 'the\ 4nui\tjr; \ snd a Judge for the Utlonol/ Circuit shall.

Jefferson was hnstled'up the main isle Tbr..Aldermen; to serve two ,ea... In testimony\ whereof. 1 b..ve hereunto be appointed\ for a term equal to the unex-
A City Clerk, to act as Treasurer and [L.a..1.. mv haaa aad all..4 the Great ol other "
of tbe hall to the stage After bow. 4 plead term the Ctrault Judges upon THE, { :
ssay,to serve one year., "" Bear p.. the State 'of Florlda.at such division being made. The salary of TRaYELERS
lug to the audience he turned (to the A Marshal.. *od, ToxCDltwitor, to serve 0111.rear. T.llat.th..'CnpltuVlbls the each Circuit Judge shall be two. thousand ,

chairman and asked, !What am I'sr, .. flrst uay ol Ho't( '''.mber. A. D. 1110:1: seven hundred and fifty dollars.

r' rested for M Chairman? 1>," "For discharging Tb. foUowlnv :named; IItIHne..re hereby U.CLAY CRAW FORD, The votes .....t..tlt compliance with said NEW MANAGEMENT,-
firearm. fn sppolnudto' : eonduct tba elBCtlonr"Judgo A. .Secretary of Stats. proposed amendments and the canvass.
the Catskill mountain MRS. N. F. GARCIA Prop'r Jacksonville Fla.
J, Lewis; O. ...!.8cb1Dkt and B. M. Potter to To Jobn Frobock,Bnsrtlt Pade County; declarations Bad returns thereof, shall be,, ,
and compassing. the death or y<)ur set as lnap...te..I. KitJ.B. subjected" to tbs, same regulation and r.strlctlon. .

dog Schneider," said the chairman.: UuOlaley to ace on clerk& as are provided by law f for gene.* Electric Lights Electric Bells Batna. Complete; Servlc' "t
The hou.*)jiobkrwifh apolatle when Til* method of conducting. a State and Have You Noticed: al slmlons la the State of KloiUli.
Cdunty Election! will be followed a* far apor.lbl.la IsTf.. have herenuto set Hotel In Florida.r
Jefferson tnrned-and' *aldfi "Mr. .Chair. eoaductlas this election.la The date oa the labs// of your papers, tmoi\y( toy. \ hand who and rot. I affixed the GreatICrltt The Best $2.00 per day
m rbp J1.\u.\\ lT, fi(:'tr*ftttlm that 'W"._ whereof 1 have hereunto at It tells yon just to what Umv yuur aub Sval ol th* State ol Florida at

(pointing to the audience) the lur'menare axed my; name, this the Sloth day of Septeinher. rjptlon\ b841\ee"'PW'All subscribers -""- Tallahassee* the Capital this the .

with me.'\ "1 dop't know," aid the !AAa 1903'rf" *'* herald see that the date ia First Day of.August A. D. 1DOJ.: I '
Chairtnani "a duffer like "you tbft! h.I. L, W, BUBIB SDT, Mayor. changed! after II. CLAY CRAWFORD, FOR THE SUN1'H

packed to Snsny f qu9e ft nay Base pack. Attest"" Oso. 8. A"4U..aerk""- < sending theirremittance.sand should To JOHN FROHO K, Secretary ol StateBberIe5Dade SUBSCRIBE

ed tha r" 10-a-ot.-<< notif f this'office if It W not so changed Count/) '


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cencerU and frequently with other entertainment -
I *. It was decided that the

GYMNASIUMThe active members who moat regularly attend Wilt; OPEN

the drills meet and decide upon UR HOSIERY

some night lopractice most convenient w ''M
Firemen Will Fit up the Engine to them. I Next Monday October 18th. List d o DEPARTMENTla

House for Use Until On motion of Mr. aatber, the1 secretary I of Teachers Who awl Have ,. e e .
was ,Instructed to communicate with Charge This Term. -.
I They Can Build. .. ,..
I Mr. L. C. Oll"ertoltb'. Lake Worth Ice .-.-- nlantesm a busy corner in our! store these; !day,

Works, and see If he would attach to the
It will Indeed be for the
good newel '
1ft' NawltbfrtatuHng the heavy rain Tuesday boilers at his factory the large steam WE HAVE -
fathers and mothers of West Palm Beach,
r r cveiUnj-the); Fire Department held whistle formerly used by the factory.
business Mangonla and Palm Beach'" to know all the. Latest Novelties
a very Interesting and important Mr. Lauther sugges'ecT that this whistle I :
I that the public school of this place Is to '
meeting and when President Me.Glnley if It could be secured, be blown only lor Monday October ijth.. ; DROP STITCI1". i'AC ",SrRIt' AND COLOR KFFKCTS"' ,
open ,
called the meeting to order tent fires, as it would not only serve to While the OUR FAST,BLACK nom: ARS PASTSELLERSc ,,
new wing Is net yet quite 1. '
members responded to the roll call. e
Awaken the Bremen and residents of the '

Owing to the absence of the treasurer, town, but could also be heard at the completed, sufficient progress has, 'beenmade : Frot1'l IZEC 'f From: lgfagts

the there department.was no report ttfl to the finances of pumping station. .. to warrant' Ibe teacbeteineuwmencingtheosgaufasuon ufthc'OlaiMittfor POI," E5 5 Q0) (i2elitS up ,Q), ,. ".,.,.,,,' .toTHE Qdi, Q$: /

Tb instructed to Mr.

First Foreman O'Belrne, who at; the Btrawdernian secretary and ascertain the cost ofrebushipg the year's ensuing work.year anA in beginningthe A.: S, ,flOTSFORO DBY .GOODS.. COMPANY """!" $ --

last meeting was appointed a committee: all the spanners belonging to ,
When school .
Monday morningMr.
opens ; '
to ascertain from the local printers the the fire .
cost of printing one hundred copied of The secretary.apparatus" was requested to wait J C Alien, the rect'ntlyppOluted/ laQ g1'ou c..u 1'Vtf,4t'l' ; : by lillyii' at t UJIW :
will be
principal In charge of the high .
the constitution and by-laws of the de- on the.Water Works Company and have '
school cJnl lles. Miss Helen Holder, firstawiktant
g partment, as adopted submitted bids for the fire hydrant at the corner of Clematis 4
will be In charge of the seventh '
Vii; the same, which he had secured. On Avenue and Railroad Way straightened .
and eighth grades. Miss Lillian Norton,
motion of Mr. O'Beirue, Gardner and in '"
Secretary shape.
up put proper
,second assistant will the childrenin
1 was instructed to see the,Dean Publishing There being no further business, the per pound of (25ouo yearly, and the t K;OtOOHOHOnoltOHOItOttP tOltO !Olt3 ito7totto71o7eoieo7loieoiloklotepl| / ,
the fifth and sixth grades. JJo teacher b ,
oo Company, and have fifty copies: meeting adjourned. same amount at 3 cents per pound will I .
has been secured! to fill the "acancy fo 0 ,
of the constitution and by-laws printed. .-+.. -- caused the removal of Miss net the factory (4:1.000: annually. > ,'
by Pale
G. G. Strohm Company >
of tbe contains
I "The directorate company f"
Mr. McGinley, for the finance committee -
W. C. T. U Note. Miller but one will be supplied to take vice- I 11If '.f.
the names of J R. Parrott, '
stated that progress bad been '-charge of the third (B) and fourth grades ?* .. AI 't: i:"
male by his committee, and that he The regular monthly business meetingof president and general manager or the I .. \ ,
until the Board meets. Miss Ames, '
be able to the Woman's Christian Temperance Florida East Coast Railway ; James BIngrahani I FAMILY GROCERIES< "
hoped to report some important 'fourth assistant, will teach the secoud I
Union was held in Good Will Cottage second vice-president of tbe I
the next
developments by meeting
J He thought, however, that while it on Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.In I and third (A) grades. Miss Angevlne" same road ; E. M. Ashley, of Lockport, ,
will have charge of the work.
would perhaps not be wise to proceed further the Absence of the President, Mrs. J. The launch that will be primary put into service N..Y.; James M. Schumacher, president. 2Z Fancy 'rood. Products .1, '
'$ with the home subscription list for R. Anthony, Mrs J. C. Stowers Cor. I of tbr First National Bank of Florida;, ,
from .
to '
responding Secretary, occupied the i convey the pupils Mangonla Guy R, Pride, ice manufacturer, Jacksonville (1
the hall and gymnasium fund, It would and Palm Beach to the local schoolin I
certainly be best to secure some subscriptions chair. accordance with the for school ; lames S. Murray, before mentioned o Grain and Provisions. -
devotional pruns and Rufus E. Rose State chemist : ,
at least for the of After the usual exercises,
consolidation and about to be
Miss Leila Anthony gave the report of approved and president State Agricultural So o 0
fitting up and furnishing temporary carried Into effect' the School ( ..
(r quarters for the firemen. A place for !Mrs. George W. Potter, as secretary and 'Board, will arrive by at the County city dock at ciety, of Tallahassee, Fla. The capital" Y o JEFFERSON BLOCK i ).. ) ,

the of needed and treasurer, in the absence of Mrs. Potter ization ol the company is 5000000. o .
holding meetings was '
8:15 a. nt. each school day and will leave
he that from the city. The treasurer's report I .-- x I"
thought a temporary gymnasium West Palm Beach Florida.
on trip 3:13: p. m .
should be fitted up, a place which would showed that our citizens have nobly en- It is expected that the school will\ opeu MANHATTAN SHIRTSiA.NTHONY'8ADDITIONAL o ase o. O ,47UOta0l10irJ7f071071091071o7e0i1Ci10Sa0110t1o1101t0i101t071 .
couraged the women by aiding them In ti.
in which If .
some measure be attractive and
with a very large attendance and no ..-- 01ll0> O.01llo.n t
all efforts to raise funds for the work,
( would have tendency to an
a keep
up doubt all of the additional class 'room
rat, Interest among the firemen until they and that a goodly sum is now la hand accommodation will be utillled. LOCAL ANDPERSONAL

could get something better. Mr. Me to carry on Good Will Cottage work and
{ ITEMS Insure In the Old Reliable
the various benevolences undertaken.The ------- ,
Ginley was of the opinion that the present

engine house on Poinsetta Street report showed that the young pea A Creditable Showing Germania t.

4 could be fitted up, furnished and made ple of the Society of Christian Endeavor Some figures taken from the city court Mr. Guy I. Metcalf spent Wednesday Life Insurance' Company ;

i reasonably habitable with the expend' have ably done their part in paying records yesterday furnish Information, In Miami on business. OF NEW YORK. ORGANIZED IN 1860. .

iture...of perhaps one or two hundred rent, etc.Several. committees which will not only be of Interest to the KNOX HATS-staudard of the worldat For particulars address a. LEPER BAILEY. Manager for GcorgU ao'l't. I
... were appointed to
d11 *
of West Palm but ANTHONYS BIOS. Florida Box 340 Falatka: Florida.
tax payers Beach :
look after various of advancing the
Mr. with Mr. McGln
I' O'Belrne agreed ; which disclose the fact that the revenues Mr. Fred S Dewey spentseveral days
work, the committee. to at the
and on-bis motion the chair report .
ley, appointed "
collected by the police departmentpay In Miami this week on business.
next meeting. It was stated that a
a committee of two'to wait on copy
the expenses of that department Mr. M. W. Oarrett of Miami, qRAFTE'D
of Dr. Mary Wood Allen's excellent ''
the and tbat the engine :
Mayor request BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes
and leave a handsome balance iu the! in each. ,
Monday West palm )} ,
house be cleared of all its contents except magazine, "The American Mother, hadbeen of ,
for the maintenance other
the fire apparatus, and that the interior put for the coming year In the Free treasury of Mr. Joe Wilkinson went to Hypoluxa Largest Collection( Crotona in the United States. Palms; Phyllal
branches the
4 of the ball be whitewashed; Reading/ Room, and that ten copies are The figures taken city government.from tbe records, Sunday Bight' on a business trip. thus etc Ail pot grown. Full Line Of CltrUS Stock '

Messrs. McGinley and Lauther were appointed taken by members. cover a period commencing! the first of Travelling Freight Agent A. W. Bute, grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address N; :. i

7 on this committee.On Haney: November 1901, and ending with tine of the Florida East. Coast Railway, spent JOHN B. BEACH West Palm' Beach. Flu. ,,

motion of Mr .0'Deirne, Milton Wednesday town en official business. ,.
drat of September, loa: just ten months; e
two a talk along linesof ,
Dick and Lee Fenton were instructed to ty years ago gave During tbe ten months there were before Mr. W. Budd, Jr., traveling auditor '"
work that will\ extend i> .
practical ,
make up a list of articles needed for the our the Mayor 198 cases In which there for the Florida Rut Coast Railway, has /A ;
influence and helpfulness In the future, :
: -
furnishing of a temporary gymnasium, in reference were convictions, and tbe amount of been in 'town this/ week on official buMneas. .
especially to work for the
and report at the next meeting.The children. fines collected In these cases was 'I,- .. '
When You Need
following bills were audited and 408.95. In each of these 198 cases the Mr. Schrebnick has returned from tC ,m ,
Adjourned to meet the first
ordered paid: Dean Publishing Company the Marshal. was allowed his fee of one dollar the North, where he has been for several iJ'f' >. 't':
November In
l printing receipts ft JJ ; W. P.Itstchett SECRETARY Cottage.OF PRESS WORK.. making$198 la fees for the Marshal weeks, {purchasing( goods for the,!! Honest Mantels Tiling and Grates |:; k.

lanterns, etc., |4. ..-- all told. During the ten months the Profit House. ,

The secretary was Instructed to have Marshal's salary amounted to (550, or Attorney C. C, Chillingworth was ,; ,
a locker put in at the engine house for You Know What You Are Taking f55 Per month. Add to the Marshal's among the members of the legal fraternity Write us for .

the keeping of lamps, etc., also to have When you take Grove's Tasteless I salary of $550 the amount of his fees; who attended County Court at 'Miami Catalogue and Prices ; ,

new lodes put in where necessary. The Chill\ Tonic because the formula Is fIgS and it give. 748. Subtract this this week. '- T

secretary was also authorized to purchase plainly printed on every bottle showingthat I aU\ountlrom the total amount of fines FLORID BUILDING SUPPLY g,7
Senator and Mcs. Dimick, of West CO.
it is Iron and in ;
a five gallon can of kerosene oil : simply quinine a I pollected and it will be seen that there Palm Beach,.-were In town this week," ,
for the use of the firemen at the engine tasteless form. No cure No pay. 50 ct. remains a balance in favor: of the city off660.95.
.. guests of Senator Sams, at ,the Ocean JACKSONVILLE FLOR
house. Divide this amount by ten; andit
House.-New Smyrna Breeze. -
Mr. O'Beirne suggested that the bylaws Those candidates for municipal offices shows a monthly gain to the city from "\ D.V'y

be changed in reference to the i who wish to come before the electors, the police department over and above "Mr. Charles Bollnger of Louisville,

drill night, as the present arrangement must file their petitions with City Clerk the expenses of the Marshal's salary, Ky secretary of the .American Jockey

conflicted with the Friday night band j Adams not later than next Tuesday. of $6609 Club, has been In West Palm Beach rev:

Such a statement as the above makes eral days this week, looking for a suits: BOND & BOND COMPANY!' ,
ble house' for his family/who will spend \ .
creditable for the de
a showing. police '
the winter here (INCORPORATED,.)
partment. _
:.vvvvnvvvvvvvvvvvvvmvvv.YYYvvnvvnvvvvvvvvvvvvvv. Miss Laura Snow of Harwich, Mass., MANUFACTURERS OF
_. _
> L. La
errived iu West Palm Beach I. 11'1'11"and
> East Coast Sugar Company .
will spend the winter here with

Tbe New York Commercial, in, speak her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Chas. LUMBER LATH AND SHINGLES I

I The Workingman'sFriend InK of one of Florida's greatest contemplated B. Hamer, at "The Bungalow" ,

industries, : .
says Mr. Ceo. W. Potter, Chairman of the '
"Guy R Pride, of Jacksonville, Fla.,, Town Council, left Monday for Indian Flooring. Siding and Cei11R9.0 Brick Lime and Cement.IN .
is in the city representing tbe Florida.
Springs, Ga., where he joined Mrs. Potter STOCK- --
Bust Coast Drainage and Sugar Company
And little daughter Marjorie, who
of which corporation be Is treas'
= Is theCarrhart The have been sojourning at tba( resort for OFFICE AND YARDS 3-1-1808
urer. by concessionand
company some time. They will remain at Indian ON F. E. C. RY.,
E Overalts purchase 8ooc:9 acres of land in tbe
Springs for several weeks yet.
Everglades and propose to drain the Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth '
= e territory and plant sugar cane. The Rev. H. II. Sturgls. pastor of the

I'' C land ls of excellent fertility, below the West Palm Beach Baptist church passed ,. w
through our town last Friday on his .
nit frost line. The company has bad experienced .
engineers and surveyois at workon way to Indianola, where he held services

it tbe for five and Sunday. Mr. Sturgis was a pleasant
flore Cloth property years, they :
visitor the News Friday People
report tbe surface of tbe erglades J I to sanctum on

( above tide water on tbe eastern edge and also Monday.-Cocoa and

': E Better Made averages ten feet, with a slope on their Kockledge News.Everybody's. Who are thinking of building a winter home In ,_ ,

surface from their West Palm Beach should
eastern border to their WHITE to ,
apex of twelve feet, making a total fad, -

E Better Material of twenty-two. feet for drainage purposes, Column I J. M. M. BR0GK .

"Tbe object of the company (s to remove I

tbe barriers at tbe heads of the Architect and Builder ,

:H I various rivers, and from thence run canals for Plant and Specification Contracts for any size building '

into the body of the Everglades, FURNISHED' ROOMS OR COTTAGES' 'l whether hotel or private house, given personal care and super- .

with Such laterals as are necessary to vision. Address, West Palm Beach Florid.,

E Than Any Other I remove the Impounded water, and prepare WANTED, with or without board; .

the soil\ for agriculture. The prin. cottage. Most be elegante 4
j E Overall on the Market .
Jy} furnished and have all modern' con.
clpal will be the soil
crop sugar, being
vieucea and be located in the select part
particularly adapted to raising the cane. of town. State full particulars and give '

yv.tT Crops averaging forty tons to the acre lowest prices for winter months. Address J. B. fflCGINLEY
have been raised on similar soil 136 nudes FRRD GDSTAVUS, Advertising & CO.

north of these Jand" The crops were Agent, P. O. Boa 2886, Sta. S. Fhlla., Fa.

: prematurely. garnered, owing to the possibility

Anthony Bros. I of frost James S. Murray, president FOR SALE. .. Strictly First-Class .. .

E of the company, who was for many ,

h years manager of tbe famous Soledad I HAVE SEVEN bead good work House-Furnishings

West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami 3 sugar: plantation of Cienfuegos; Cuba, Mule and four two-horse wagons, '
which I will sell Address
y ," and who is considered by such men as it J. W. IVKS. Ojua, 'F la. Draperies, Window ShadesWall '

the Hav m yers as authority on sugarcane ,

growing, states that if these crops FOR RENT\ Papers '

. had been allowed to come to full maturity 1
the j-Uld would have been one-third Wickers Japanese f
WE HAVE TWO elegant take View
AIfTHOIfY'S 8110Eam
,y greater, or equal in quantity to tbe best Cottages for rent for next season,

ARBIIJ. ] Cuban sugar cane grown. one( fot6oo and one for$700; completely and Enamel
4 SILENT SALE8MKN: "The company expects to raise enoughcane j furnished. Possession given November I. Goods :
'.I Also, one furnished Cottage, 7 rooms,
.. to produce 16,000,000 pounds of ,lor the summer ; 1:1.5: per month. Freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade County

i4 granulated sugar per year,at a net profit, I Tropical Real Estate Exchange, Jefferson
,,t {r .A4/AAAUAUUUAA4IAAAIJ. e estimated at the selling price, 3 cents 418 oa tf W. I. Metcalf, Mgr. J-IT *I Block WEST PALM SEA'CH

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