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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: January 3, 1903
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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/rpr"f .l1A,IM1 TR0PMAI,aYRe,1.: :yrflrr.l YaR::'; VOL'XVI,1I0. ss4.WEST",: PALM BEACHI FLORIDA SATURDAY JANUARY 8. 1903. PRICE 5 CENTS. WHOLE NO. 839.

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gjJNADA'S PREMIERATfTHE PETITION 'NoW f![r LOCAL NOTES. J Everybody's Column.

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!2r; ,For the Establishment of' a High :There.was a young student of Tyre, Vital' Brand Clothlug-;ANTHONY'S BY EXPBRT GARDENER, CARE

School In.West Palm'Bea6h. Who said ".Tis my constant desire The County School Board will hold a office of gentleman's The Tropical grounds.Sun. Address 3-7 q
BREAKERS"I, To work night and day Miami.
I Election Asked For.A regulajr meeting next Monday at
J For it bores to : : -MEN TO LEARN BAR.
I me play" i WANTED
tto., Want to ride an easy wheel Get a I Practical
course given
.Now he "inoh" liar?
'The preliminary work connection I was a or a Rambler of ''R.. B. Porter, Olive St. 2m by free work expert instructions, lectures

& 1f8 EMINENT S ; I All close. We need etc. Tools presented, waKes, Sat k
at to
with of abgh! Reboot in toys cost
the establishing a
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111'1 1 '. "j "t', \ If'l" .. i" Do'not fall to hear the Bcston Musical urdays, board provided Catalogue
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: \ ; the room. IDNEK & SON. Jan. 3 tf
Deach' i
mailed free. Moler Barber
l use ",, ;- I West Palrn is 'now well tender and Dramatic Company next Tuesday College
The public school will re opon, after New Orleans La. 37., \.
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way The Education1 committee of the evening.
h Of, Mr.. M.'jFlagler. J Accompanies Her the Christmas holidays, on Monday
e ,,Henry Lady Laurler FOR SALE.
Board .Trade has, through Mr. W, I. People in town should drink distilled morning..

\ a .:... Husband to, '}lol"lda'and they are Greatly Pleased I Metcalf: one of its members, drawn up water from the Lake Worth Ice Works. NE SECOND-HAND--- WHEELChair -
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Sheriff Joha Frohock, of Miami, was O
with t .t The Land of Flowers." the following{ petition;,which Is now he. Jt insure good health it in Rood condition. Price
in business
town yesterday on
t .. ,j Ing circulated by Mr. J, J. Fox: The Towu Council will hold their first county reasonable. Apply to W. E. Glenn, Box
t i with County Treasurer Eugene H. Dim- 227, West PRim Beach, Fla. decio-im ;1
1'' la ''N' To the Honorable Board of public Instruction regular meeting of the new year next kk.
of Dade Florida :Tuesday night, commencing: at'o'clock.: ,1I FOR RENT.
County, : new
Early yesterday morning a special guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Ingraham at a I Travelers should remember that a
i' Uuuch ride on Lake Worth I The undersigned tax pajersand rside'nts ; Services were held In St. Ann's Ro- time card goes into effect on the Florida BURNISHED COTTAGES AT PALr.f ':",
?the
Florida Railroad I
train of. } East t, Coast man Catholic church and Holy Trinity Beach C
and Palm ,
been of tbe district, named below re. !.East Coast Railway next Monday, January Beach \\fcest $::100
far from well
reached here, ,, '-ottiooSetl( 'X'ns'ne/ Sir Wilfrid baa that a'n election be ordered Episcopal church, New Year's morning, to $3500 for the season. Half down ; .
>: 5th.
,', Hpectfully fray
; but.blai"sijourp.In Flotillabas proved : hall February 1st. 1903. Wallace R. I
i t: baggage( car th .prifatel'Grand.' Trnnitt very-"beneficial. lie has sheen ''living ,, ,In, said district ,to. determine :Thursday being Holy Innocents' Day.' The regular monthly meeting and Moses. West Palm Beach Fla. "!Mnakoka" and NovVu; the prt1 whether said district or territory ,shall Many of the Stetson University students
car : q'uleU.t; St. Augustine, entirely,'free tbe first in 1903 of the Board of County SEWINO MACHINE SUPPLIES. I
cares become special t-i* school district. as will leave for DeLand tomorrow Commissioners of Dade will be .',. ..v
1 ,vote car of Vice President; J' S-V Parrott frbta all business and political but County, i
provided by law The district sought to morning, to be present at the re-opening held Miami ALL KINDS OF SEWING MA. .,:l I)
uttbegP.1 t tt 6. f h' now ratber anxious toetnrn to 'Ottawa at on Mouday. FOR
\' I : : be embraced( as follow : of the school on Monday. supplies, call at B. M. Potter'sBicycle i'
lluskoka were WiU to prepAre for,tbe' opening' of the 'The label on your paper snows to you Shop, opposite City Park. 34 im "
On board the Sir" : '
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Dominion Parliament' ,a' few vreeka' Being all oftjwnshlpR! forty-two ((42)) Special services have been held Ibis what date subscription is paid.
your
.' ;Trld cud_Lady; Laurlert and/'they were hence:: ; Both Sir W.ll'rid and Lady Lau forty-three ((43)) and forty-four; ((44)) week in the Baptist church, the pastor, Tbe Tropical Sun would be glad to have COTTAGES TO RENT.I"URNISIIEDCOTTAGES .

q ." 'accompanied by. Thud, Vice President tier are enthusiastic the beauties of south< range thirty'nine (39)), forty ((40)), : Rev. II/ II,'SturJll( ,'h..vlng. the assistance all arrears settled promptly tf AT PALM

r ', ''J E. Ingraham auk Mrs ',Ingrsbam: Palni'B acL..,, Indeed the latter expressed fatly-one ((41)) forty-two ((42) and forty- I of Rev. Damon of Indian River C. C. Chillingworth attended the :1 Beach, $175to "
lne'' effect' ? three (4J) east. accommodation of \ $1200 for the season- Terms are, '
The party left St. AunuaUne; ( Tbnrsdav1 herself to> that I Is well For the bicyclists, a first meeting of the newly organized half down and balance February 1st,

r night, where Sir Wilfrid who' is 'premier worth, a':trip' from Canada, if one could | The districts.referred to in the petition bicycle;' rack has been placed on the upper Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association 1903. We have, the most complete list i

of the Dominiod of Canada has do uo moss 'than enjoya-Ilabt oi tbe include I lie aectionaof county north deck of the ferry-boat Palm Beach. of Delray, at Delray, Thursday of any agency in this territory. Tropical ,
i beam spending a week 'or more for',the magnUic nt' gardens-'' filled witb all of the town as far as Riviera, and south This is a new feature that will be greatly night. Real Estate Exchange, W, I. Met- ,.

penefitol l his health. Since"their. a'rrl' kinds of tropical trees, plants 'and flow of the tpwn as for as Laulana. appreciated. calf ida.,'Manager West Palm Beach dec3 Flor tf ,
Fred Bachtnsnn,who was last year the
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a ,val -the'distingnblied, Canadian era. I I Mr. Fox will make a. personal canvass Mrs. A. L. Haugh's fine new private toasorial. artist at the Hotel' 111.\\
statesman and his wife' have :been the This morning the,visitors left: for MI.. of all the ratepayers in this terri : boarding house"The Virginia.." win. be popular rpO LET-A FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE ,:<:
Palm Beach has returned from Buzsard's JL
: 'the East Side near the ocean
Henry I Flaglar and ami accompanied by Mr' and Mrs. tory,and then the petition will he presented -, I on
guests: of,, Miv M. formally opened by a special dinner to Bar, a4< has opened a barbershop beach. Apply to L. P. STEVRN3 Palm :
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,' ,ba"e.be, n staying at 'The. Breahtera.Yesterday Flaler'aDd .Mr, and Mrs.; IngraliBm. : to the Board of Public" Instruction morrow, and will be ready for the wrist ill .4 Dr. UKDVOII'S stores op- Beach, Fla. Oct. fli-tf,

,] morning, In company'! with They will spend the day there, and tonight -' tor their consideration. .... business on Monday. parts' run. Beach. He will be SEVEN: .ROOM COTTAGE,

Mr." F.laacl r,, they.enjoyed aT.1rip in they 'will J. be dinner guests; at -- An attractive new h.'gn: baa been glad ta wtomne all his old friends and NEW furnished two millutea'walk {

wheelchairs, along-the ocean 'and; lake I Whitehall. ''The special'/ will\ leave for CHANGE IN placed over W. P. Hatchett's hardware patrons la his new and comfortable north of Royal Poinciana. $r,2oo

irouts, and in the afternoon were, ,the the.north, tomorrow afternoon. store inlhe' Jeffertou block. A Snggestive fur the reason. Bath and fire-place. Address -
quarters. I
Box 176, Tropical Real Estate Exchange
r -<. --- \ TIME CARDWill feature of this sign is a large hatch The Annual election .1( officers of ,the Went Palm Beach Fla. no vis t'

,SATISFACTORY: : ; C. W.. SCHMID .. I I et, placed over the top. West Palm Beach Fire Department will I

Go Into eat the Florida Mr. t.(.,E. Gruber Las had an enormous be held next Tuesday evening in the HOBB SOUND TABLE TALK.T. ,

;;'" '. STATEMENT IS APPOINTED) 'Coast Railway i, blccierack bunt and placed in Firemen's Hall, on Polnsetta street, at w

y 'r i 1P&- '(ft .I\,, East, on front of his hardware and furniture vlorcson which time It is hoped that the full A. Snider celebrated Xmas by giv-

'- Chargo :Next Monday, 'Clematis avenue. It islarge enough to membership of the Department will\ he ing a sumptuous dinner to his employees.It .
,1 w AunakSepart of the Methodist To Take of *the Local .. two three dozen wheels. refreshments
accoinniodate After election
or the
present.
was far in the night when Dr. Pur. s;
V1 "" r,*' 'iJrch'Shows, a Large Gain Weather: Bureau .Service. An Important change in the time tableof The ferry steamer Palm Beach, WOII j I I will be served to members of the dy and his jovial little wife'' returned' ;

y// in Membership.i Salary Approved. the 1'lr.tMa East Coast' Railroad will put In commission New Year's morning, Department. home for a "Merry Christmas" with Mr.

i t .--. .,-..' go into effect next 'Monday, to remain for the season. For the present,, the -e-- and Mrs. C. B. Jefferson

t::,: ( '. At the'niurning'aervice' u la the Meth Beginning on January Mt,. C., W. la force .Wednesday, January 14th. old railroad ,dock Is being used for a I,, Florida Weather. Capt. Goode of the "Nikko," passed i;i\\
Two through trains will be put on between lauding place on the west side of the : The weekly crop bulletin and weather
fr.fJ 'church I last!Sunday, the annual report -- Sc twt.t entered on his duties as the of. an >enjoyable holiday at Palm Beach,
Odilt. Jacksonville: and Miami. The lake. r
report, issued for this week, shows that .'
of the condition of the church, wasIz cial in charge of the local. weather. bureau" time of thenorth' and south bound returning Saturday.
X : Florida Railroad ia
The East Coast the WEek has been cold and dry, the :'
read the'pastor, Rev :'C, Fred Black. service. trains now running, will remain. the their A few short days of absence, and T.
two
jr running parlor cars on
Postmaster now for all sections/ home
[ Far several years' ...' burn, Bv'every member cfthacongrega-: same. through, trains out of Jacksonville.
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$\, C. Stowors has attended to the storm The new North bound train Is No. 28. about 9 degrees below the normal. Tbe Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jefferson were }
4 This is done to accommodate the tourist
d, (0. 1 'tiori and by aU interested in the church and other signals,- .but there was'oo It will leave Ilia mi daily at n a..tr\. and travel which from will be first killing frost of the season occurred numbered among the passengers, ,
"' this report will\ be received with great remuneration for the work, and as Mr. now on, conditions .
h t West Paint Beach at 11:50 p. m.. arriving bea" on the 27th, freezing prevailing Wednesday night's southbound express
'>. ''deal of joy for it show a growth and Stoworsls an exceedingly busy man, be at The Royal Foin'ciana at Ito: p. m. very to about the southern limit of the -for lobe Sound having been the a,

progress that 'Ia i characteristic: of this foundit Inconvenient to continue to act., and The Breakers at 1:15: p. "m.4 'This The storm signal was displayed hereon Central District, with frost in'the'upper guests for several days of Mr. and Mrs.

e1 place add In keeping with the growth of Recently Superintendent II. P. liar- train is due" at Jacksonville: at 9:5': *p. m. New Years Day, the direction indicated portion of the southern section. Low T B. Allen at Oak Hill. Game was
the community generally din of tbe weather bureau at Jupiter by the red pennant above the flag, continued all
The south bound train No. 35 will temperatures throughout moat plentiful and Mr. Jefferson had a
The church now has a membership,of here to make a report, as a resultof being tie northeast However 'the districts aSth with, time and
3: ,. came leave Jacksonville at 12:55: p. u>. aud will on jUe appreciablywarmer royal good with dogs gun. J
'" "vTwelv/ months 'it was 77. made the Boned of storm centre was north of Palm Beacb, I
1. liS : ago the agitation by reach the Royal( Poinciana at 9:30: p. m., weather during the afternoon of Capt. Hoke Is back from Jensen, put.

;y44!:; .' paring; the year, 55 new members were Trade. Representations was made ,to Tbe Breakers at 9:35: pi; ''ni. 'and West and'n() unusual weather. conditions pre that day. Over the northern section of ting finishing touches to the houseboat

1 received sod"14 'disml aa's were is aed, him that it would be a good j bingf to Palm Beach st 9:55: p. m. vailed here. the State minimum temperatures averaged "Bnckeye." She is beautifully appointed -

\ ;', leaving' net gain of 4*.. The report i have :Park Commissioner Schmid act as .' e A pretty launch the "Newport" la 'about':I!. Slightly, warmer, conditions and all one can desire.

!J noted 'tbe Improvements made in theII' i the local weather signalman but that Anchored off the city dock. On board obtained in the interior of the central -
\ Year' Dinner at Whitehall.
A New New Year. Us
happy May
Happy
:" church, such as the placing .of newBeata I some small amount of salary :.should be are loh srs. William Sawyer and Eu. district with the weather more favorable
? and the lighting with acetylene paid. Mr. Hardin laid the matter before Mr,Mra. Henry M. Flagler entertained -.* gune L Berrien, of Port Chester, N. Y. throughout southern counties. : blessings be in abundance I

gas. Jo addition to all tills, the parsonage the Washington authoi Jitlea( with a small party'of friends at a New who are, cruising along the East Coast No damage resulted, vegetables over Mr. and Mrs.. T. A. Snider will very is

,II'J 'I: has been ,nicely furnished, and (he the result that he was authorized to :ap. Year's dinner at Whitehall Thursday this, winter., I They are enthusiastic over any portion of the southern district, end soon take up their abode i ia their new

: ,\ credit for;this is largely due the women I point Mr. SchmiJ. at a salary of $2 S per night. Among the honored' guests was the beauties"of Palm Beach and Lake advice. to hand indicate that nothing ofto h use. r
"\Va especially's>> those bf Mr. Joseph JeRerwju who acted ,In the I but short lived
i a, of the congregation: : ,' 'ear.-'____ Worth. serious character befel tbe citrus Inter. It was a nipping ai/, ;
i the Hoioev Missionary ''Society. Financially capacity toastmaster' Others pres. finishing touches being on est'over any section of the State. Very n mercy to the fruit growers. }
are
The put
? the is also la a flourishing Qulld Election.; I eot.were.1\4r\ and Mrs. KeD an, lIra"Wile 'tender suffered In tbe northern 'f
t{ t .church and Mrs.. Frederick the work over at the Palm Beach sta vegetables The coming of the New Year bringsMr. /
U condition, all the, conference assessments The Woman's Guild of Bethesd -by; Mrs. Kenan Mr. tion. The {approaches to'tbe depot have district and over Interior portions of and Mrs, Augustus Fitou. digI '

6'i ba"lnK'beea paid In full. the-Sea met at the residence, of Mrs. Robert,Mrs- Joseph fefferson.Mr. been enclosed fences and the central district. Advices indicate late than never"-Mr. and '
by picket a "Better
and Mrs. !
and Mrs. R M.: O'Neill. Mr. I i I
iV? Under tbe care: of Rev. Mr. Blackburn Frederick. Robert on WednesdayDc pair, of street crossing railroad gates that citrus fruit bas suffered DO harm. Mrs. Joseph Arthur send a greeting to
and Mrs. C.; B.
'Cory,
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(thls church baa enjoyed a steady growth cember 3tst. .After the calling 'of the Fred St err y, Mr. Le, hive' been placed in position,..lo prevent On the Indian River the cold weather, your correspondent with the iuformatfon -
Fremont-Smith
;y ''and the result cannot help but be a'ben* roll,''thp reports of the secretary and D;: and Mrs.' W.-Gordon Brown.flarled. accident*'on what will be'a very busy it is alleged will benefit the fruit; thatit 'that March will see them in our

.lit to,the,town iplrltually-, treasurer were read. and approved.! '' I land Starry Mr; thoroughfare. will now sweeten 'rapidly. Some of midst. '

d kvti e.. ., The following officers were'elected for .r. -e.1----- the low temperatures ,were: FederalPoint
.' Plans and schemes are for
uppermost
of school friends
A j jolly party
.. young
the year 1903:. 4 29 degrees; Huntington, 95 degrees
lected Officers llarrlnd-Rc"elAt West Palm'Brach, were entertainedat, the home of Mr. many pleasant diversions during the
N.'MuIford. (
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President-Mrs. J. I' ; City.: as degrees; Jacksonville --
A, 'There,was, a large ktteniiance of members Vice-President-Mrs.; Enoch Root._ Fla., on Tuei-dav evening December 30 ,,and Mrs. Geo. W.' Lainhart, lake front, 3.4 degrees; Clermont, 31 degrees; season. Our' "Set" are few;howl in number** it

at .'' st the regular meeting of Lake Secretary-Mr.JI, C/ JIood. JP2, by Rev, H. lIt Sturgis,"pastor of tbe north), last night, in honor of their son, Oilaudd, aS degrees; Pineniouut, aS degrees bat they.call make "Rome when

y a t 'Worth 'lodge" 1J 0. '0. F, Thursday Treasurer;-Mn. E. M, Brelsford. BAptist cliwrch Mr. C S. Hartiud and Master Spencer. Great'enjoyment was ; Brook sville, 25 degrees; St. Leo, occasion offers., ,. y

night' ,.The second degree was' worked It was decided that the 'Guild meet on Miss Ada Revels, both of town. had from tbe i games"and music,' and 26 degrees; Rock ledge, 31 degrees; Ju .r..w.----

.,r't;+ ,y and officers-for;' the ensuing. .half-rear<<: Thursday bf each. week'at' 2:30: p.-'DI': dainty refreshments were served. Those piter' 38 degrees; Malabar, 31 degrees; You Know What You Are Takings
elected follow: in 'the' ort are I present were the Miaves Ethel; Fleming, When you take Grove's Tasteless''
f were as All who, are Interested Born. Tampa 29 rleyree: ; Pensacota: 24 degrees

,N;G':.. Geo. I..'Bran ning., cordial1.i Invited to" .attend. 'The nut 11 Gale.-At Mfaogonia( ,Florida, on Saturday 1 grace Miller Florence' Glenn- Annie ; Ocala aDd Inverness ai degrees. Chill Tonic because the formula .is'

ti V. C."R. C. Creech meeting will be held at the residence December to Mr. ant I. Mae Whipple, Louise Fleming, Lillian i The week has been rather too dry for plainly printed on every bottle showing
t alb 1901 Cook and Elsie Broad well, and Masters that it Is simply Iron and quinine in atasteless
Sec'y, Geo.Wellington. of Mrs- Enoch Koodoo Thursday January Mrs..William Gale, a daughter: I vegetables and moderate rains would be
{ rt; Pin.;: Sec'y; Fr' nk C.'Gsninerrt ; 8th.! :. } ,MARY B. HOOD, .._ __ '. I Clarence Rf man, Frank Dimick If ad- beneficial over all districts' Beans, tomatoes form. No.cure. No pay, ,50 cts
D. Brawn.it : win Courtney, Mortimer Courtney, WIl- --...
Tress. T. Secretary; Irish potatoes, 'peppers celery .
IU Trustee. H. S. Miliet.delegate.'to t-- -S. "."' The Best Prescription' for MaTh I lie braDDIa,. 'Wilbur' Fulton, WaltrfHacgh and other vegetables were shipped. The For'Sale.

To* Grand todge ,and ,.JtI\IPPENDOl\P'S\ : LADIES? SHOES I Chills and Fever is 'a bottle of Grovels and Ralph Broad well.; Thanks week, closes partly cloudy' and warmer MY NRW aFOOT LAUNCH. Oak ; '"

i"t'" 4 the appointive(/5 rsJ wilvoe',named a\\;'A\' o.vBa.oe: t i Tasteless Chill Tonic:; It i Is simply Iron are Clarence Rymsn, ,who very kind with conditions favorable for, showers. throughout Stabnch and 'speedy. ;frt

''i '.t the meeting to be' Held'. oa\iThnraday s .** 'V i .0 .iii ii "" and quinine In a tasteless form. No'cure 117 oaVejed the.partr )'tot the'city'dock N, .r+ r ... a-- '. rnft +11 t If taken once;"will sehl"fair'$575'J.. '

?ri evening, Jsnnsry 15th. ''I'* ,:"''v,:.', ".:' 1 Da'yon" read The' Tropical. \ l Sun t ,..riIf .r No v't pal.; Price""50*cents.."... ..r. .n"AtP .,'. his father's 1 1 lannafe/ / .1 MANHATTAN SHIRTS=ANtaoNV'e I Don C Morris' West' Palm. Beach Fla. A'tr: 4

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PublUb Every Wed.oadayaad< SaturdayAT water to the town of WestPalm Ueacb, i 5irkin'su' ; r.CJ UnO.Usubk'tn uao. U.OI7I1.fI( w :; ,,,//Spray. Pump' ; 5' ; f ,
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WKIT PALM alAOH.DADA OOUHTT.FLORIDA of u,f, )j- ;( (
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meters In CVl '
water
[la placing many cIItIA1.ulowolt'gldt. It1FATTOA : ':! '

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 3.OO PER YEAR. the local hotels and ,large boardinghouses ,( Bazaar 'lrS I.5NO;. C0.dNSELGR8: ,',, r ,' "? ihsect'i. ,, ,, tides J

-r- where a great; deal of wateris i >*.*.*M VM!j Went ''' .llt1 :iietch,-. 11'10." .'" ,\,dro! 1P I

Tropical Sun Publishing$? Conip'y, used. It Is learned] that there Is t9.21- J' J ."
,\\jri: ''- .' .11t'\D#> \ t m$At7x.,And rA Js.ORIU N COMPOUND
HARRY L. BROWN, MANAQtR.ntcred some talk ot doing the same thing II HAJn, t4. nT.pr,,;, Mi.k .' ') 1.TnS'l': (OSra, :JVilAt3 Olt. SOAP > "' I,
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at the Pcwtofflce of Wet Palm Beach la those cases where is found there DepartmentStqre < > S I ,,, ""I "" ...!'.;{; ? ? 4tZXp!;.k;?NtiS.: at oAbENINQToc: : s, SPfiv
a..ecoadoclaN: nutter. '\., Attorney anqCoanwUor&tLn'itf [ ( :, ( : >' :, 'i ;J, ,pin ;V' R.F1pZ: R, DftILIS! Etc, ,
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ol water. tMs ij- i '
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{ SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. 1903. season of the year the pumps have, : '. a-I6 lyv 'WESr.PAI.M' ., BI' iCII., F'th'", >.," '" .,.., ,. .
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all they can manage In filling the 1Y'w ''; IIATenETZ; J 1 :
li MkOA: .LP; :;' .
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TLla la the season for the making I mains that run across the lake OFKERS SOME StOG&STIONS'FOR. .,. !.,,,. : ,
1 huge I ArroaNEY.ir-iAW; : / .. t,5y ". d"".' t .\\ll ,I ; r\l1Rt :; ""it 1,
We have :

ll of twelve good; months resolutions.in which to break !i for th* supply of the great; residents hotels,I noMDA.Y'TRADE.', TIIB;'If praetlo.Is0ountyMant NOTARY" IalC.w laderltLAND ., ".. '1 ,. !. e. ;. '\! }! hr\\ p<; '!." fJ v;':!. ..k rH't ., .

them. and also for many private :-' ': Conrta' ; *" '* ,::. '_ >IV, ., ,1 I. 10 i ,'. ,
It therefore behooves people to( be : 10 CASKS A..al'EC1Af.TY., ,. .. ,
? Office In Titorui-UBUit: Kloubf", _;- \ : ) ., ,:' ':;" ":" ," '):' ') .'::' ':'" ,,: ,;->i .:' : "' :
One of the first achievements of careful not to allow their taps to West Palm Bunch. lhule'CunbtyjtorMa.;:: ; ; ,
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the new is the connection by cable ) '" ,. '" year nnd all : 'I
all eight, 'J '
remain open day TT B. $AUND.l s. ; nt1it"tARt)1( 'S '
CAREFUI.DKCSSHRSARE ; ,
Francisco. : .W
of Honolulu with San art 'almttear.'b"iaet.yB. tfO ;
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( matter i aStetson 18 'K
for the lawn service Is, as a PARTIAL''ro ,I '. rx
from Governor eA2IVRNEY: ,tT'.wtW. '- '
The first message: was : .. "
of f met given 'tree, no additional: .
Dole of Hawaii to President Roose Hats Corner Olin and Datura8tre5Ss ,:'. :. ," .- \ .

velt. charge; being mad. 1 11-6-1 WEST PAr.KIJ1tA...Jf.r.01Un" Christmas ;Specials,, ,, 'Ji,: _,,..;, f ., f ',.; ,.
Iu quality and style there la -. 'i r
.r'w A'BSOLim2UY,PURB BON BONSinprettyone-9ouud ,
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1 It is to be hoped that the Town The street supervisor is doing excellent ; nothing to equal them: [ A. J.., .KW lb. ,"! regular;'price 35, eta.: ; special low price /for: the holidays,.tj] Ittperbosr
Council and the applicants for an much '. ,
workand the result Is a I Ar10RNEY-AT.LW 1,
electric light franchise will, at the .Improved condition of our thorough During Chriatmaa'week-you: and NQTAKTf PUBUC.Af .' C 'I' 4

meeting; next Tuesday night; be able fares. should not wear, shabby shoes. .nt ol th.U..Baltimore S.Plilclltr, Md.A QumncMf<:...,'.' For'r JTree l : I .

to come to an agreement; that will Wear a comfqrtab\ reliable Office. at'corner bl CI'nidtlH Avenue.,end Knrrlpmuv -. Glittering''MeOrnamenta'fmtn'. : cettt toiocent.;i n-Candles t i it .

I, be fair to both parties. We need .. ., and well built W..LP.lm. Htreet B..a-.OTPBr Btroiim'iitor 141902JAMISt 1'JoKlern also! pretty colored' wire' to hoot gilts! ou"the tree,'', ry +
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electric lights. f/ ".
t WHAT THE STATE W. L. E. ANUltKAVS, For the} Table :, ,i:: ., '
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c PRESS, SAYS t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ''P1un'\PnddIDg..Crllnber :f Sauce,' English Walnuts Brazil Nuta
expotted i Shoe AOTABTt PUBLIC, and Shell Almonds. These thin t
............. 'Paper nuts are year' crop.; new.
NN..1.t N Prowcntlnir Attorn y"ot llrevard Co. and svveet, ao eta..pound, Ralsitu anti pruits* J
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is
day. The Southern Itailway putting John and WHk. Don't forget that We carry a full FT PIERCE AND 'lltVSYltlX, FLAY "' '' '' .i j'l', '' ['' '
p, on a magnificent service from : \' I \
stock of all kinds of Clothing
d the important centers in the North, fellows.Politics It indeed does more.makes strange :bed for men and boy. GEO. M. KOBHINS, L.. w.' BUlK: IrA1UXr e .}Finest: >; GroceriesIt

Information concerning which is giv- Look out for our Dress Goods an1nonncetnent '
friendliest ties that ever '
It severs the Attorney and COIIII./ t-at-Law. '
en elsewhere' in this issue of The: existed and; places brother beyond next week. Will practice State and federal. Court., will> pay; you to purchds6\6u+;fCoupon( ,.Books

;; ,Tropical I Sun. Palm Beach will soon; speaking terms. I TITUSVILLEFLA. .
be crowded. are-I ,
Politics also sometimes causes 1"

union of old ties, and it is the latter that i Max Sirkin I MEDICAL AND SURGICAL

The attention of those whose dutyIt this article tells about. I r\u. B., II. WOOJDS \ ,
is to keep the approaches" the In the memorable campaign of 1895 .
new bridge in good condition, is when J. N. C. Stockton saw the coming I SEMINOLK BLOCK PHYSICIAN AND SURILOVOne. OUR BRAINS .

drawn to the fact that about ten I crash of the Call forces, he rushed to: WEST PALM! BEACH, FLORIDApalms Room. No 83 and $96 jeRersoa Black,
minutes' work would fill in a bole; Mallory, and thus defeated W. D. Chip. I Itfuldotice. Datura Street: near Depot, '
ley for the United States Senate. While.. WEST PALM nSACH.: FtiA. '
the of theplanking
that exists just at edge Y0URP-RE IT
the colon of Chlpley went trailing in : II
and which causes D. liJATON .M. Do' ,
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consid-I tbe dust, the result sounded the political L. -
rable annoyance to death knell of Call. The old Senator HOMfEOPATHIST.WEST .
oe o eaoco wooovwoloCj'he
wheel chairs and riders of bicycles. :
, : at once turned bis back on Stockton. PALM BEACH.FWIUDA:,
He believed that Stockton went too soon : Residence oppoult* MetBodlxt Church. Oflc( We' put, all our headwork: energy'and experience -
to llallory., He believed, in spite of the; i : i Clematle Avenue, next toMaitonfc f TempIUk.Office ''Into 'producing ''popular;'priced cloth
welcome Sir
.
Palm Beach is glad to boon 8 to 9 a m, 9 too and 7 to 8 p.m,
marvelous fight made bv the Chlplev-I Suodaya 3 tu M i ..m.IIp..lal o that '' may 'profit: ''most in '
Wilfred Laurier, Canada's premier. : you, buyin-y ,
ites, he could yet win.. The ex-Senator I b Attention Ol..n to DlnvawM". of ingss ,
He will be in a position when he goes Women and Chtldrello .
in defeat went about cherishing the A large,bomo-llk bout well ap.CJ / j ,
back: to Ottawa for the re-opening of for but it 0' pointed and beautifully located KlT.a ,,4 HOOD M. D, -
I. hope a reinstatement never : H U We are as famous, for the cutting of pricesas '
tell his
' the Dominion Parliament, to lag the comfort without the coat or| e
friends and colleagues a great deal came.For six long year. Wilkinson Call tbe more evpetmlve onee. Situated on PHYSICHH AND SURGEONOIBce we are for.the'cutting of our clothing.,
Lake Worth! oopo.lte tbe Royal Polo. Btrohm's WEST PALM
about the most famous winter resort and John, Stockton were political and 4 clana Hotel.< White waltrewee. Electric BEACH.over Bealdenoe store near Iloyal: Poln- We guarantee, the: ,fit ,of our clothing as
' in the world. It is' also gratifying; personal enemies; b..ll.. flood Ft.hlnSHunttngand; clans.Hotel.PALM BKACU; 1>-I emphatically do
1 to note that distinguished states They did not speak as they passed A Bimtlug Itntm.12, ai.BO and,f 8 .per { we our lower prices.

i man's health, which has been none by,' and people remarked how politics (, day, Special rates. by: tbe week. g p.B.. PUTT U, M. D,, Our prices are, 'as' :thoroughly shrunk 'as

too'good), is greatly improved. could often cut the friendliest cords.A d'' The PalmsWest e BEAR the woolens from 'which, ,the 'garments are a
surprising thing;, however, was 3-28-98 W.2BT;: PALM 11'1.\
; Palm Beach, Fla: made. I.
witnessed in this city yesterday-John .
r Andrew Carnegie; .has given New Stockton and Wilkinson Call arm' in (w; oe oe oe-eee +eoe oe oe C.. 1'. ,PLATTE M. D.

} Orleans a quarter of a million dollars arm. To day they are together again. PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.elearama Are you Re.a4y'io'' see us about'that .' '.

,Rl, for a New Yeur's gift. The money is The. smiles of "barriers burned away:" \ delivered all hours o'thv'da1and i<
to be devoted: to a main library; What is the direct cause of the reconciliation A GRAND LAKEFRONT ulah

(r building and three branches. The 1 (2-39-190 FOUTPlBKCK. Fa. -- SUIT OR OVERCOAT: :.: .'. ; '
of 4
city is to furnish the sites and pledge Call carrying the weight years .. \ .
DENTAL .
i.. $25,000 a year for support. It is but who for eighteen; ;years represented'Isa .. '?;>, I,
Florida in the United States Senate, .
f' 1,1
r' aid that these conditions will be 1)K. IIOUGHTON

complied: with and the offer accepted. ago bitter be issued hater an, and open only statement a few'lontbs to the "DENTOS'r'HULLAND : S. 5.eHNglfiMll.N '; '

All right; if the tax payers can stand: people of Florida denouncing Stockton HAVE FOR SALE NINE DOCK. PHONIC 1* ,, :. { .

alit the luxury, but if it were up to West Stockton is now a candidate for the Lake Front Lots 2)0( feet WEST PALM BRACK.U. .. The Men's Outfitter and'Practlcai 'T iJI "' ,..' ?, n '. jf
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Palm Beach to say "yes" or "no, United States Senate. While he never frout nnd 1350 to 1450 'foot\ u. MACV e {
the latter. would have to be the an- spoke unkindly of the old Senator Schmid Block West Palm $?
ewer. during the breach between them he endeavored deep, n trifle over 0 acres to a lot., -. DENTIST Beach. :

to keep out 'of hU Way, be- I This ia l part of tbe finest tract of Office in Jefferson Block .,'
Cause' he knew how bitter Call's dislike WKST PALM BKAClt FLORIDA .TRY- :: *\ .1
land Lake Worth baa bled
l' The great United States Steel Cor- on high ?

, poration announces Its intention to was.The and In situated 43% miles Mouth ol NOT4RY PUBLIC :
people of Florida will be surprised -
STRAHAFS
inaugurate a system whereby 'the at the.reconcilatlon. West Palm Peach, in full view of tile GUY I. ME'rOAtJ!'. STEAM LAUNDRY{/
s humblest workman on the, roll V'jrtS
pay Politics
; at beat, causes many hotels at: Palm Beach, 20 minute&' > ; _' *
f; may, if be desires, become a permanent Jacksonville: Metropolis. ride \ NOTARY PUBLICFor and save the worry over battonlesa shirts and faded fabric "" :' a.,
t' by wheel on rock road, 45 minutes' the State Florida at Large.Deed. .,
stock-holder and share in the Work called 'and"delivered' promptly or It left with M. B. Aultmitn ;
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,.' profits of the corporation. The ride by launch on the Lake .Mortgage., Drafted.Conveyanetng' f.HNM. and Contract. the Clothier, it.will receive..tbe same'attention" :X'\: '
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stock will be sold on n basis of '//1 From town a specially.All :'
Work UunrmntweU legally: Correct. STRAHAN BROS. Proprietors '
r certain percentage the annual salaries LYCEUM THEATRE It Is the choicest pineapple and welt Palm Office Beach.In ricopicil.Dade' County.!HUN Block.Flurlda... Cor. Clematta Avenue and Railroad Way '

of the employees and officers tree'lLntJ.[ --,..--,-, _. ,'
fruit ] with
ample room, on -
At. subscribing and the finance committee WEST PALM BEACH, FLA., each lot to indulge In fruit "farming, REAL EST TK ami INSUltAMCE LUMBER AND BUILDING "'iItt.If"ii :
have figured out just how much ; ,,
+, this shall OP, in order to make a success either for pleasure or profit, and Is 1\yALLACE 1C. KIOSKS. ,'ArVlljKP, everything: In the Building Line from the:brlck toulids-r" : .

i: of tbe scheme. The introduction Number an ideal spot for a winter or a summer Successor/ 10 A. \\H. Robert' Lion to he ridge cap, Including sash, doors and blinds,',&: ;:; :

.. of this plan is a significant; eventat Regular home with no objectionable REAL ESTATE. AND INSURANCE Paints anj'bnildera hardware. (;/ ,\\J 'r,l;:;;t' t
the very beginning; of the New feat., In*Wewt Palm Bach Town Loti' ,-al'.o ', I t
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surroundings. Wet Balm. Bench Water Work.. SPECIALTIES: "
Year, and has created a great stir :NtMPAIiY rUBMCClemntlpi .. .; ; ''h''
! in commercial circles. Tuesday, Jan. 6 Desirable Lake front 11-' 1.l\1.1t Avenue' W...,.,near 1'rfliu. ,Olive Beach Street, Florida. Masuryrf Paints, and Varnishes, Nep&nsett and Paroid 'Roofing Paper' &' "',\t-. i:'f


AT 8:15; P. M. land, being extremely ARCHITECT AN& BUILDER' East Coast Lumber and Snpply"ComDanyr' ;;' !

Great interest is taken at the close .
limited and BHOWN.
W4 of every year,in the state of finances, becomingmore T .

as it affects the country generally. The Boston MusicalAnd 'so every day, ARCHITECT BUILDER. EAU SALLIE F A.I 'r j
.
t It will be shown by the returns of the these lots will Plana and pacification prrfiarml
enhance Jobbing;:work Iron prompt attention at.
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h various banking; and trust companies Shop on Datura,Btrwt, Stop Paying Rent I '
that 190U::! has been as profit- Dramatic Company in value rapidly.They ; '

able us 1001. The western institutions Be Your Own ie
ten be bad at I Landlord I .
y. for
report greater; progress than present ____"' 1IV'1 -
ih in the previous year, and the several NewSomething 1500.00 each. The owner bow. 00'Per, Mouth with only 3'' per cent: :

commercial agencies in the United Something. ever, can tx induced to part with tie :$ Dr. Miller $5'a ,per annum, will buy a I

States:! and Canada make gratifying; first one : $'I ooo Home tNICW
Novel l or perhaps two, to early or Loan ,. t
statements aa to the general business : A.ND .
purchasers: for 1OOO.OO each. ORIGINAL "J..AN
of the country. The fire insurance YOU'LL LIKE 'EM \, .. DENTIST.. : The Standard Guaranty and Trust
Persona desiring to view the lot Co.
companies! will show better results : "
Capital'stock;Uoo.ooo'.oo' ....Tr. .l
n '
sad .
e this year than last. Among the life upon the payment of f 3 for the use Coupon Fund!.: IIO.Oo. ?,

r. Insurance companies phenomenal '* ODe round of wpplauoe from start to I Ifintsb. ofl, launch ban d6 so, and fn I lie : ;t.*" WM. :F.. ARMSTRONG, Jr., |Hibiscus Hotel, Pilm: Beach, .

l business' and gains; of the New York The farce between i i Eccle & event of purchase tbe $3 paid will ba Anent for Dab and Bnnrard Counties. .. will toll y I),all about !? Write him.; /, rENTADLITy

6 Life Insurance Company are unpre Paine finished,the plajr'a. it I should; ,for refunded. I- IllE BEST, '. ....z-----r------ '
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j cedented. President MeCall of Unit a few foot ro 'nd.lIke that would hare' WORK FOR I ) ,

company baa officially announced dished the au

  • ii that tbe new paid-for business, of(the ,December 12, ioa. .I tract, 1845 feet frontage, will be con- MONEY i .- '

    year! will exceed three hnndrednrif- I idered I, pending sale of any portionof ( ,'I' 250. Washington Street: :'ew York'
    lions, and the total business in force, It. I Southern
    will be over fifteen bund red.mill ions, Advance 1181. ot Reserved Seate at Dim- Apply to i Room. 32 Jefferson Block, prOd and'FruitPURIpATOMATOES CoflimISsJof nM: rchanf '";: r
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    a gain; ( of one hundred and nicety ick &Riegel'Pharmacy, 9 a. m. i/ # WEST PALM BEACH ." "' $ .
    ri : ANp PINEAPPLES OOItBYICIAIAY.t'y ;
    f :
    millions over 1001. j to; p. in.date of attraction Farm Beach. !.........1IV'1IV'1IV'-.' .SteI CUI, Cards and Quotation Pnrniahed on Application: : tt ';,r., .

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    I:(:,! The case of Benedict Arnold," sold 'blood
    pure are inseparable! It
    ":.1t. a veteran tt'Wa. comrade at a 'Teujrrt.ppl tOFlrinaL3'Moat lawmakgr W'ar t' err When qoarblood Is bad,your health must stiller -

    ''I dinner:, "hnd no parallel In the civil people tlOtbutinrtj contend that : Po or blood allows the body to lose: "

    6y, wit' notations:/ generals or even offUCITS there U bo such tiling tiearth as thtt Wort \id Laid A& vtt&Uty boiler allows 1 just as the a poor .fire under the;

    ' s ( of high ran'..though I knew-a-caue supernatural Tbls"|>ia/6e so, but there From poor blood to steam Impure to blood run down.Is buta

    l of a captain w4 fought on both Mp ; tr ulUdilBt\ | \ "?.CfTitteficiS binge, on step, and Impure blood J3 mother to a

    Hut the ,change was .not frcin .dlsap- earth that cannot; iO 'explnln'fed.; : Per "Manly Humorous; Tales' Related In the large percentage of human ills Dr.

    "' .pointed ambition.: It was from love.''" .' ; onalljr.} ;'i'.' boiler ,;the a.\t'\ie:y, rule id Cloakroom- First Casts of Lawyer'* Hatter' Iron' Tonic Is an antidote for '

    "yet) It t wan nil the same without',.excet>hon no uo natural Mvtl< '' urnJah l ( Food 'Fo,' Rem'lnfeoence. both poor and impure blood, for it Is .
    nexcugaarI
    is Trttboufc diMtarb hinny both a builder! and purifier- a food I "
    .,,blo ij NOQ things How General Noble Won .Murder '
    that 'we cnirmupcrnatqral 1 ,. tile- "- I' and a medicinal. :It is tbq bast l;. combination -
    I, "Thero. wna'A sfrong temptation, and are re "C.A:; Haaay," Ptlay'in'Cehrt9enrstolf | : of the kind( Vnowtt'!: to medicalicjeaceand ,

    .. the man 'Walt' very young. Y01 can s'Utu,, > euchldfstucklanepnlprty) spcnk! \Y,* ""'1 *'HP o s/"tFUJrmln3 Per : its eacceafor nearly half .

    Judge better Meter hearing ]}Ire story. .' morn "BptH'lflcally, the, pdwit'Sslba of .atHpi"l'tilal <.kthel; L.egIIU.tute Bbfore the War. a century fens led to its endorsement by' t'' ,
    : fatultl
    "Henry Morgan, "wa* ,but ,eighteen : thousand of medical men who have .
    t when the war came on' living 'in,Kentucky :Kvcr ainoe the })beginning of' tht1WhOOlli [Copyright lOOfc'b j ChamD. ,Clark I teen.noablo to find .a substitute. I ,,
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    -4'' ; where families were divided Wa', ar.crnxe I have; been,,.sltenthu* 1QWeP( Meredith ssjaf! f >, '

    r } ,"tlltb ',, ab4 mother : af/lIttie/ wbeelnian: lit the I I1JmrD'I'' or Vhf 1 hour 'of 'aU'' hours, the moss blwwl 1JPt'II' ,
    ytoraVatoniatss '
    t d .; tvjille bin' ulster and brother yer '''Con '1SO'T.'::1 ""d"'rldlu,,' at"'fUIthf.*41 lg'. k*, .*rtb- '* *' ..' .>..' \ i I 'Dr. .

    road'whoo'uiy.' BWisnd bout o< 'out 'otiuwnl j Ths land at is.i'ubltb Harters'r .
    country, lump went: out, .
    federate .. ..
    sympathizers.: \ henry .
    ..wa?"? '
    I 'Was
    'obllin-d ,
    hrttl t get < beat IcOuld'tnder
    more thoughtful than most 'men, of,,hi\* !) opllns( The faos, ol'Ma .ark \"., the Mil. that bs oma I
    c "ago, and his father's argnmente made, thE) 'stbrllght: Presently I :l'lralttllCNltlle'of, fII.... SIJM! the veuon* pi! foes1
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    ..',1 *' ""a deep Impression/ on hIm Wben'ib.erefore'a :. .b soma aral Otto Ai faint breathing sqnnd In behind sleep ,xne The aa nextptowunt'A of tIIo wy'awanywf4Ptd'Mbq, rniinrjr lit borrowed, in taa/urohh* ,monty.bs, spent lost "pt1t4" r Iron lion ie

    *; ,Union regiment was! organized' All ot tb. in,'the '1) lllh orhood, he enlisted. He! ': bkytltat.W'II! ; )besldi}..ipo. And not .bft the wo.... for forgetting, but yetMevgh ,
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    ."()(ICHI: ''ovenln ," he said Jin' a' stngularly i viir,' oh, n.TW wrth's InokKM ..lnncrtUth ,'
    L&' A)> eats much Jiroubled at tfce. eontemptu- quiet voice, undunl, lted forsotlon th. hour el bis dlnnsrf will Innire you&plna'( the many TU resulting Florida East Coast

    t ails, treatment of those of hW own age, "Oood .erenlnu," I: replied.. "Toxir That)la probably Jruo '.1.to the aver- from bnrura' blood. Sorclula, pimple, blocohef t
    kidney disorders
    jaftPeclally as he hod followed tin JudgfMtuSaJut I : theumMtain rout ., ,,_ ., "i
    M ratber wheel makca so little noise that I didn't age-m'an Vestdes tits dinner, there is ; feast ..a..ltu..... uvula, ohloroclK euCan "
    than "sympathies.!\. Howr few of them i but the are&t''st evil, the irentest
    bear It. though you were but a' twr lent; another, thing .a lawyernever 4..011.. t.
    ; r 'r, hf little sweetheart'Llllle Storms at, ;; ; ) I tae mneral 1 Weakening of the whole
    feet behind m.,; VltU that machine system; .lI.iob s"0"34. sa opening tor everjThe
    forgets whil.'memory'bolds her'
    t load by him. us' she ,would have done sway Dsstng. 4bctue. u
    circumstances you should carry a, light. and that Js.. hla first ease, 70 him that .'
    indorauy and tlUs was '' \ following Is only one of Ole thousands of '
    1 never use one. I sue 7Oul"uwn lamp
    a grout comfort: Is what ..the/crosalng of the Btiblcoo : teitimofii la we bar* received i I 0'10
    ( Is not,.lighted al'lw I t a
    'nenr)' Morgan proved: tebata- nat. 'out' was to Ceesar, ..and opens! up\ a new Detroit MleU., J n.'10, 1001. ;a y .,.
    "It went for tacit/>f oiIM Yon my I eonmniMd nalnn Dr. HwMr- Iran Ton to :
    jUfttl jftghter: He was oneof'\ the very world. lie la. longer "bel1 .
    a neophyte.
    no prostraH from
    lr' Bsarere attack rheuma-
    you neyer use a light. canon- see! ,In.the.llarkT' ,, amt, t_ : '
    Alter
    e ,
    ; wbo \Mlng three
    . ewmen, are unconscious of fear He Is a full fledged member of an honorable torn dlseuo wets bottles all tnwea of "

    " : Ills coojiiemi uuUer fire -made him first 'Starlight Is quite enough for rnfl." and lucrative ptofmSion.; ,, ''"Eiperlenoj ,.yitem. .nd my: general completely Dr.Rurter'.Ia: eradicated from.ID1] ,
    Ai as bloo4
    a < a lieutenant" then, a captain. purifier Tonfo
    1 '' Either .sornethlnn was wrong with meetings" aa\ to first cases are BM no equal, and I moat sincerely reoommeni .
    ,
    "When Bragg ,was marching onLbplevitle 1* to *U ,
    . persons altering from indlaestlon ,
    my vision or with the man's wheel. 'bold In tie ; General ,
    frequently
    In the fall of ISG 2 cloakrooms fatigue rhoutnatlam. and weakened ..
    his' henry, The night; was.,not t'! 4' 11"MBi'd .through old' home/ Then :
    not dark but that I could lined blood .Itttrgarlie P. earell. 0." .
    was so seablm''pedaling'wlth' of the'lntertor under t
    .
    t meeting of the. lovers was. delightful, No. MO Second Ave .; ,I" ,,., ,
    his"feet acid (
    holding th* : thus doscritled rYX
    ,
    'ounger'1Elarrteon ,t
    'absorbing, but It only rendered their (1,000 asatatfeetkatti,teiUmsnbl lUalu.t "
    ,
    p as ,,,Jf ,to'haadle',, bars but'etxalu'my I his first case:1" I .
    separation more pnnful.( ;LIllie held toy .
    ,
    Ic, t ? eyes as would I could see nothing of Every: bottle of Dr. Ear-
    k :. General .NoblaV"My Flrst. Ci'pe' : 1 tor's Iron Tonlo hoe our '.
    uAb lnt ; ra'.y j, tleuthvbagginghhim'toldo/ : ) 'nngtllingatnq'' hla,' tuncbJne., I', was about ,to mentionthe !( first, CUlt!, TIn\ Indeed a long gu. > "Qreseeb,"trade-mark ''If. ;.
    I hIm and U the label. Ion'aooephed2 '
    ; explanation: Itj .
    fact t'o fi .an : "
    t : avert the recurrence of tho long ab4 whets ray. ,ai call, but'you may' be sure I remember autiitltute-IxuiUson Dr.Iiarter'ablad..aIe '/j ; ,.1M" .
    wo.'lcrowted'.tue :of ''
    ) :, > < IIlI'htfrn'w ', .
    Iu -aeiice' tlfey; 'had .eudured. "Thl""Unton' It. :'the;iir,18t55 tuud.me) In Bt Lou. dy ,. '.J < ,. ,
    trpopg marched on, but Captain Morgan a window and I saw his face. Is, a graduate of'Tale admitted to the Till OR. DARTER MEDICINEOAYTON COMPANY t ,I' ', .Yt4lb'j't'ai.; h

    U remained. Then,:cum ,i ctetaclimentot '- Notwithstanding the fact that we wereboth'"thlli1ifat"a bar first at Columbus. Q..,and soon aft- OHIO ,
    ..
    good speed It wnaasVestful ,' MkluM SM flf D Rartsr Wild 1 Chltr Rape ,
    ,. : the Confederate army'which er at St. Louis, having been examined: aid Mlu' welt kuwa n,. H.iu> MoUclsx. ,. ,
    I \ us Jf, lying jlu.a.JlI\ow\} in slum. 'dos BAU XTXKTWHXRC.
    occupied
    the place and captured him. then by judge' Alexander Hamilton.
    ber. Ak lame
    I 'u .[t wean, relief both to him and to Lillie ; the moment we came upon I could havw drawn a draft on time I If rl \
    ,,fork In the road and the stranger
    a ,
    ', sln Henry was put oq parole1 and ; and pnlj it'tnatly-for I had plenty of
    .
    turned It was as If he, bad van dbl BoiMs-frteDd 'Bnftalo '
    awa, by: : of Frank
    'scant.
    tim!r Other
    tiormltted, to, remain ..t.'IIome.; Among means were Thus
    taped for after the words' "Good night"thoro'aa Thus the fee also
    was eliminated the
    . C tUo men who bad captured hhn';>yere sitting. hi'the criminal court 'one day. f :
    :,' a 'many of her old friends! 'who convinced: 'absolute silence. came my first case In a court of record. candles extinguished and you have,tbe
    The face of the stranger haunted memories of first 40
    tin .. ,. them that the ret'ent Confederate sue-" me The criminal.court,was then located at my case of years
    from the, moment caught, that one ago. I think: I felt more anxiety aod
    ., 'cegeea'prelludect[ the possibility'.of the the southeast corner of Sixth'and: Mar-
    brief glimpse One day, hearing that a slept less during the whole time before ,
    north ever restoring the TJulon'This Is ket. streets..on .the.second floor of a ;.. ; "" "- k
    man was lying In a trance In a his acquittal than client did." -
    young my
    t not remarkable, when at\ that time two story" brick building, and the old
    eame'0f.our'; most 'prominent Union neighboring! town.. I concluded to ride stone! jail'was! Just' In the rear of It on i Vest's 'Sireasm. I ,

    : J/K/ > generaU.were of that opinion. Froba- over ou"qty..wliepPand ylslt him. I was the block there. James II. LacklauJ Senator George Graham Vest's; wit isproverbial

    ..", ": bly"whai Influenced Henry m 8t '''W88 QbUI."ed'tD wait 'my turn In an' anteroom was; judge, and Henry A. Clover wall i and stories concerning him .

    : } the would for there, were< many wishing circuit 1 become uv continually cropping, 'In the -
    ,. -thnt southerners probably : ;; attorney. .bad acquainted up
    to:1&ee "Qllly'ooe.. 'or 'two
    never be driven away from hI,,' home'' him and '' with Judge Lackland; sufficiently I cloakroom. Frank C. Vrayne tells this

    'ngujn and he'would pot havo,to endure were 'admitted at''a time., The .-'de: for him 'to recognize me. A case anecdote of him: :

    r a long separation from IJHler Tleldlogta lay' worked uuplt-atuuxtly' >oa'.my''fatliffy ; -> i was called wherein the defendant 'was I "In October, 18711( Senator Vest madea Southern : RailwayEFFECTIVE

    a Oie'perSuaHlou "all'except'bin'fit-: : -*' ,' and my fancy In turn on1' my charged with murder, and be being political speech In the courthouse at .

    ether, who was absent' from home, com: :I nerves, 'so that when I was permIt.. I poor and without!\ counsel the judge I n'arrenaburg' one ''evening while In ,:'attendance OCT.t I, tpoa: .
    ted .
    nuiudlog a Union regiment,, he: accepteui to go into the presence of the sleeper spoke out. ,lt 'Seemed'very loud to me.Mr. upon a term of the Johnson .

    the appoIntment captain ui the "'llaas'In! a highly excited nervous Nobler; you-will take' this* man's county circuit court The courtroomwas Route, .rn'fm: ; .h S0 NORT WEST; Rout. NNORTnUAST '
    ,
    ' S Confederate "arm,. LJllle, hot fully condition. >Vhat was my,surprlso,; my case and.defend him.' I pncked almost to suffocation'; 'nni .. ... .
    'realizIng what he had"done,, wad ',de- terror:' to recognize1.;. In,th<* face of the "The case was! continued to give a i Vest wa In his happiest vein. In'the' r.ck..nvIU"Savannah ,. S..u'l\ern Southern' RV Ry 9 I 00 15 P a ra 755p W. !Iv-v e..up:"kllO"VUI", Southern.Bout!'UD Ry Ry.. .. 1045 7 45 pLvCharlotte pit

    lighted. young man in a trance that of the invisible1 chance* for preparation. I went over audience was an editor who disliked : Southern. 95OpI005. Ar.con: Southern l1y......... S era
    a Danville, Month..rn A.Flnvuis., Southern 1131 ,..... 3511"
    .bl .' I staggered through Ar Ry "a 57. 140P 1'
    <<1CIlIlt.
    "While we were lying at Murfreea-, to the jail with the defendant and talk- Vest both personally! and politically Ar nihmon9ulherni Ar Atlanta, 8aulhern Ity. ao aAr
    ' born In the spring of 1803, In one of our the'rooni'Anti out of the,house to,the ed the matter over. His name was and during the speech he frequently interrupted Southern r 7 0001 :S 4 3 RockmaR, aoulhern Ay : : i riAr
    Lyncbbnrs. 46
    My p Ar kome, Southern My p33 aAr
    brushes'with, the enemy's cavalry Hell I I surprise! !*and* kwoiiderpf: eyery.'oaa who Mlddleton. and tha man he bad shot Vest with questions. To theamnzement Cherlollevdle. Routhein:: ky : 35 : : ;Z p Ar Dalton. Southern Ry : : ::::. 3b aAr
    > saw me-, Frenchman of everybody, the I We.hinatoi Southern Ry 7 4D a 930 P "r Ch.lUlDOOK&,' Southern Ry "... 9 45 a
    recognized Frank
    captured lled'Duft'aIIJ speaker
    'Morgan was was
    ry .
    AI' Baltimore I' R. R. 900. u 3,4 P Lv Chattanooga, IJ..eD'- Crescent": ., .000 a
    tried for desertion to the enemy and I 'had arrived shortly before dark, ,, who spent muchof:; his time out I treated his tormentor with great courtesy 1\1'' Philadelphia, P. R. 11", II u a a Sf a AI'' OIIkdole.ueeD! .It C..,,,,,, t. U 05 n rAr
    '. sentenced"to-be shot. I'' was nctlng'fisprovost. and when I started to go home it was on, the 'plains ,and came to St. Louis! and forbearance, answering all of New York, P. a.. R... ... .a 00 P 6 3D a AI'' 8ome..t" UUH.. d Cre."I.. ..' ". 3 on pAr
    not Burgin, Queen! a U..t. 4 JP P t
    .ml1l'I1\)818t\ ; the 'time and had after,9 o'clock.1' would have had occasionally and then raised a good his questions/ promptly nnd seriously! Nor 34- New'York and Florida Jlxpre...,,Dally Ar l, xh'gtonJueeD "Cr.nt.,. S15PPiillnlnn
    .* charge bf 'prisoner.. dreaded to ride without.em over the to New York. Dining Ca,., Iv CindDnotl,. Bifor i Rout... 1:00: P I
    before his' appointed-execution be sent member of'a fire suglno"company. The without betraying the least No ,o. Washington. Richmond and Flnrlda At'Chl" o, Big Four ROlile.. lea ,tLlndteJ
    far me. Dwelling on his unnatural very road on which I had seen the fire engines !In those days were workedby Impatience or 'Irritation. After this via Itlcl\n.ond. Daily. Pullman Steeptvl danati.PeDn.. Lr.--; ; 8 3S P

    taking- -off. he wall planning 'to'render bicyclist, tae young man In a trance. hand and the engine houses were bed gone on) for some time and people Cara Ing .Car. JackllOnllI. to New York Dining Archic.gu. Penn.Liues., 73ua

    >: '. U: ,as light as possible to his! sweet- What was my annoyance at going over occupied by young fellows who were wereSvonclerlng when things would begin Lvl'1iidnaet; C. H. lit:D.-Moron...: S 45 P r
    ; .
    Ar Chicago H oIt U "MollOn. 7 03 a
    heart Could she nq be. led to'believethnt : aliuuip.tiv' the rood to :see my light go not able to'throw.. Into the service all to happen with that editor, ha 945P
    , I. Cl dnnaU, ,CoH. D.MI"b
    ; Vent
    Hsmounied TO CINCINNATI THROUQII THB LAND
    "'I [':5v, ,; S) '. ', be* bad died In battle, or, better out. I felt, In my'' vest the virtues for the small! pay they re- again \Interrupted the speaker with along M Tole" ', C H, :D:M1cb CeOt S ro aof
    yeC bo left. under the Impression, that pocket and found a match;'but lu striking ceived. I ']'Buffalo Prank' frequentedthese and involved question. Vest stood I THIC SKY Al Detroit: C.IL': D.-Mach cent 7 43 i
    It I broke' It, and tho lighted end ___ Lv."injltoll. Sou i eRj T' '. joy
    %Jhc wad among the missing and would places! and there arose a quarrel quietly looking at his Interlocutor until NORTIIBOUND. ROUTfr No._30 A.. r.oui..Jlle, soathera It,.. . .. >alA P
    T some day come back to berT I have sputtered ou.:the-ground.> I felt for an- between htm and defendant abouta he had concluded his! question, when I.v J."kllOnvill"" SO\llherDRV.. ....., 7 S3 p L' LuulovlU. Southern Ily ,. 9'5 P

    y s ,.; never 8
    'uf ,. '" IICSS 'ot the disgraceful act for which forced to ride 'on In the, dark. down about.Second airit Spruce street was perfectly quiet awaiting 1\1' AohvllI" Solllh.rn liV Ity. .. 700.I 50 P tram No.of,Vestibule"The1'1orlda Coach.Limit.. and Pullman" Dally: 8011

    ". he -suffered. He 'gave' me the whole Now, I alii ready to admIt that I was 'Buffalo Frank' pursued Mlddleton Vest's answer a little yellow, bench AI' Hot Spring., SootherD.Ry( ..... I37p tag ors J.cksnvine to Ct.elunnli, Slap
    ArClnelonat'' II
    Btory7 not the bare synopsis I have In' a very ''peculiar nervous condition, with a spanner, ir&a close/upon/ him legged'Q! came jumping up the aIsle Queen.t Crescent. '5. H. C.(;Hunt ilyTkket City 0Mce.tosW.HayStreet.''''''."''' ''' and Ticket. Agent '

    given,you. but 'much to show me that which might, account for what followed, and about to strike him with this dead Immediately .in. front of the Judge's No. 3o. Pullman Drawing-Room': sleeping H. F.' Carey, District, Passenger Agent JscksonvUle -
    tf but It' docs'! not account for what had stand In which Vest cars Jacksonville to CI Fla. -
    he. "and' Llllie Storms were actually I lyweapon when U'ddleton as! be ran was! standing,

    V'what 'with married people Is often an preceded. Suddenly looking' down tom drew an old brass single barreled pistol barking furiously at htm. As quick as +

    to N empty: name, 'one.' At any rate, her )' left; I saw the dim outline' of a bicycle and reaching with his right arm a flash Vest turned and pointing his C, II..AGKKRT' General.!Manager Waahlnton, 1>. G. L.-H.:>1IARDWICK..- O., P. A,, j

    1.' .' misfortune had 'obliterated bill own. running noiselessly, beside me under hIs left, fired and the ball went anger at the dog said: 'One at a time, 'V.H.TAYLOIA.G!: P. "'. AU. Ga. ".
    lIe begged so hard that after consul rising at. the. elevations, dipping at the through the heart.of his assailant, who ilr. You are'out of your turn.. Walt

    i'',,,., '..' .' tation"with the general' commanding 1 depressions, the pedals turning as If fell dead In hIs tracks. till I get through: with the other one;

    ,,consented, on his making a written re- moved, by,a pair at ,.hunmn feet:, the I This fact was the alleged crime. then I'll reply to you! I. .. --/

    + ':'quest to a secret execution: and promIsed btuR'let bars .and front! wheel 1 turning Now'that spanner yens the central fact "The scene that followed may be Imagined awt

    him that I .would do all in my from right to left and left to right aa If In the case. A .panuer'.II'a wrencb but cannot b4 described. It I*

    power to prevent the fact of his Identity I moved by: a pair of human hands. I with a curve to fit the' bronze joints! of iwnccesHary'.to'; say that be was net In- SAB u' AIReD'; 1

    ". being known. l I knew that there was a ride' and felt a water: hose so a* to fasten or unfasten ferrupr1 again: during that speech." ,
    sent to sure that he .was the one wb* had ridden ''it ,
    "The1 papers In hIs 'case were It. baa, a, handle'of Ta foot or --- "
    i, 'Washington for approval, and before 'ou the Invisible wheel-mor'lover, more and this! particular' spanner was- Stop the Cough and Works off the Cold AIR, LINE" .:: : .. s.II 1xri4s.Y '

    they were returned we bad moved .on) that I bad not half an hour before left' so large and_ so'heavy! that It' 'was .a Laxative Bromo Qulnfje Tablets cure .

    y Tull homl1. from there advancing to him lying in a trance. I soon recovered known) to all the boys"who ran VltS colin one day. No cure. No pay.ajc -FO -

    t. Chattanooga, wherethey were handed something of lily equanimity and;notb the ''machIne for they spent their SAVANNAH .COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN 'PIN s.. RALEIGH, I

    to me approved. A few days before Ing ahead the house I had passed during time mostly discussing such matters a*

    S I "the/day fixed for the execution came my' previous ride, hoped, that hf'light related'' to,the hoses,\ the.. 'engine and Geo., S. Hacker &, Son RICHMOND WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE

    I" the battle of Chlckamatiga tn ;which bluing through the..window would. re4: I themselves. I.went about among the .PHILADELPHIA, NEW! YORK.. -

    h : ". all of the Army of the Cumberland ex veal the face of the riders I was dlaap 'young fellows for manjL: days and got --

    .. cept Thomas' corps was! routed. I pointed. There was no face that fiata-[ my witnesses\ and was ready with all
    raT'' would reveal The next moment Two Elegant Trains -Daily .
    Y' : never saw Captain Morgan again. .light the facts.Weighty ., ;

    Whether'he fell into Jib bands 'of tha OIJ-! before, we reached the fork- Evidence."I .

    and fought during the In the road and the wheel: vanished. Florida and .Metropolitan Limited Seaboard Fast Mall
    ;t a ; Confederates thought !It .would, be a good plan : ,
    of week
    blank some
    There was a
    f'' ; rest ,of the war with them I don'tkuow. j which ill. ,Now' for the witness who<< 'WI" to. Weutlfj 'VfQDERjT Pl1LLM. ? UIPhi NT;
    after this during was ) 4jij ? q J :
    .
    the spanner to drop 'It, so aa ta impress'
    have the .
    d says the (Uteuer, we explanation. _
    : A gentleman on the opposite side oft the jury with Its weight, and sx> ape

    r4rj, ,+t the table- had listened to' the recital both. DleeUugll An, abnormal\ Not so brain fast! ,produced When I sat,
    !"' ', with a singular! a.nd.at times a pained recovered I learned, thatthe man; In a were then placed drop It be did, Y.1.. ,*<" > .
    'I and It bounced the boards at his feet a
    it .Interest. '
    trance bad died., 'I made \niobles.oout)11m Operating Daily through Sleepers.'From
    a .""Gentlemen he sold. "I can, tell you I and raised a "great dust; It was a
    what became'of Captain Morgan. ,At [ and found; that his mothel"Uved up heavy play.| The remit on all the evidence MANUFACTURERS OF r JacksonvIlle to, *New' ..OrleansVFor ,
    road that he or his ghostly body
    the
    Chlckamaugu he fell Into the bands of was thatJudge Lackland Instructed ,., .
    had turned luto. I wentto -
    and the bicycle Doors Sash,
    a y Confederate Colonel Elliott_Brown an that It was a clear'case of ,

    .:,;' old friend of his. father-to whom he her'son see: her, was, and In"abe a trance told me he.that.bad while frequently ,, self defense, and under his direction Blinds; Mouldings! full 'Information- and Sleeper reseTyalions, ,, Q&11. ,90 any,.,.agent

    his Colonel, Drown advised .verdict, of not guilty wsj rendered Seaboard *
    told story. visited her '(spiritually), usually -H-AND.. '. or write
    .him to go and state his case to his hbel' without the Jury leaving the box?, ,
    at Yilgbt: I alsO learned that be was
    ? \ He' did so:, and the ;vlslt led to "If that cr.old have been achieved In Building'Ma.terial, t
    bicyclist
    enthusiastic CDONEu.
    pardon' for an been Al O.I,1t. r ; A.Gen,: 'aei. ,At;, {
    + Colonel( Morgan t securing a a smaller town It would have ,

    I'' r his son, who served the rest of the war noted I give\ specialist the'vtewl'ofmy! in nervous, physlcfan discuses/ a, deemed great victory aid of great ad. CHARLESTON" S, C.ta' Mfr 'r"r'.,,1.t-,- ',;:J .: .,,I,u: ,' ,,. t''; J&ok.onYllleIFlorlda. '

    Union." vantage' the 'ouDar.lawyer, 'but Ill Largest Factory South. r oI .
    H lighting for the not because I place faith In him.- but ) ..." -
    The speaker abruptly a roM and left this, great city It was unnoticed. Rend' for Prlceo

    ,y' S the table., lie hat: 'says,my listener that I -was may all Jud the,.for whllet.ufferlpgfreut himself-, '"During- th. Imprisonment of Middle- \ '.;;'; 'r'f : .. .. .. .p',. .... .... roo.. ,_.

    ,,1! "Who Is that man?" .asked the narrator ;' a' nervous .stral>> under ton Jhe Iliad) been constantly visited: by '

    ,f ;", of the story which .:I ..ven uaI17 ,brokefown! : The" ".II oLl- and affectionate mother. She- W..H, ; ARTSON. ;
    "Colonel Henry Morgan." said. her eon did not like to be alone In HB'. WrELERS, ; '
    tottbe: pun l.rJDltiJQ'A 'comntowj lalRf1
    -Well':" said the other after recover! Condition ease; ; [was a eolacidence, ; :,:MypwD the dark In prison and out of my TAILORINC- .. ; 1 ; J : w/
    ''be moapi'7'supplied( him with candle! I '
    was a
    front' astonishment, .
    log his
    brain blnvtheface, of the blcyclUUJIIn 4-- Ni 1Y
    D4NA.GUIF(
    gave ,) t'megtrLe'
    t handsome boy, andhe'B handsome'' What faa was acquitted' he-shook my ; Ta.::--<
    ,
    '" mother, who urs* ft very...oldind ,, la All lit t Branches ; \
    hand and said if he lived he .
    't' cordially
    o.d: man: t tevgleMotnanhad" / been so .ffeete '
    would pay'ftie -, ,
    ';. :f "He .has never been to one of our reunions Jrtort'tbaC she Imagined bcrMG' a gapfl: tea. fie went on .. P: "
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    before," rejoined the other. "He bad,ylaited her" 'o. ., steamboat tq New Orleans' / a deckhand P3ESSIN3, .CLEJINIHG, .' ,,:;,. ( ; : '\ \ L .

    1, would be a great addition to them but ''Let him who will" belleva 8UCb"an ah* and as he'"Valked down the I .': ; kl&"j: .Ef j F.r jBelL i Baths, Complete SemC

    t { hi Is! impossible to set him away from surd '' '< V "* plank to the shore lOOn. after ,his arrival I Ii DYEING ADO REPAIRING/ ': ''Eater In 'Fl
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    Whom You May or fellow ) .ij '<" f
    Night. An Excellent People jjuit* a partly of.I boy'' friends, the I .

    1 Attraction." Hay Not sftO'.l:' UidenU' at Stetsou Xtn versffy of y: ;fl., ; :}f'i"! II far and twit' tb "1&r csth tIle :. '': : ,"' .: '. :. T Td6e 1/r/

    Walter lIaugb,,.w.recptert lot:(i at din- ',: .a anlmopE dgperio.. sari /: : :'J:

    of was In' ner yesterday by Mr*. A. L. Haugh, In 'I. h, ,oneA. ip 'tlild'gify' i ti and tb8'' u ,' /"
    demand Mr. E. E. Chase, Boynton .
    be 1" .
    There promises to a /great I buiineas. her new ,bouse. "The Virginia:\ ;" The ,IW.,; ,,) .. t' .? .'.'pRltEsspaI. : # ... ti." u11fiti, '. ;, \", ,. /. '
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    when town yesterday
    for seats next Tuesday morning, "' ,. .1. I y '
    I, gathering proved l a veryleaaaut one, .. \\.r.! .'''be t [ uoujdde ..''It Rr a,"J''' : '
    the plan for the Boston Musical and Mr A. P. Anthony is expected: bnmefront ." 4 s .{!. : .",:.' v.t.1tyo }.6t'e :, : ;:
    d indeed ,, ,.j!iMp ,' tnenttol1i 1 ,i'.I+,;w6} ,
    ; to tl':
    'l'be"I'e lgwtp
    & i to Miami tomorrow i '. ,
    Dramatic Company open: at Djmlck: a bue'ness trip .. : ., y I ,
    't'
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    Riegel's. This attraction of the Florida morning. ; and, Irv/E.! W. Bark holder's 'i, ,,11.f. '\' '1':1,11I'.1':: ) ,,' '" .''f'. ", ,p"'J,,,'N'q ..' '-'(.-." I ; 'iy' ;!I) ; : ); t'

    Is to be one of : Weit" Palm pretty: ue w "hbuie' on the I lake front, souib :'' I ;. ? IA..S'J)' ,>';'BOTSF.ORD DRi'} GOODS"Ft F-: CO.
    I/i ceum\ course reputed to ,
    L P. Lan came .
    Mr. ;
    t .
    and a farm at of town; Jlfi'ordtct.'t'leUghl1u1"11IaCIe' 'last "', ...1 I ,', t ." 1'"..'... ...t.\( I\\,,' N
    the teat before the public today, in'bis truck "
    r '
    Beach yesterday '', .i" '" ;' '. .. Lit.Je.Outlitf 10'/' /' "" '" "'
    full house should greet the entertainers, :Port Lauderdale, and will spend Sunday night for one of{ heY -tu'dst'Unjovabla; .. :,", "1"he s'. (,'I ,, !" .,..
    . house parties. ;of the.season, Many o 1. \ ,. iJ. ',t" (,,; ,i".". .'. ',1'Io., I. w..r\tn\\ )"'1 I t '
    Tuesday" night. here. .- guests wer J tireaentJ i frnniown to accept ..'. ". { '. "." .. '\\1 \ ',' \ ,,' II{ 1 .
    .
    Louise
    Miss Helen t.1 t.
    The artiste
    are ol.Archhe IP1, \, .
    :Mr., li. A, Eb man '
    I of the linhountleil'liUspltitlity\ of \the t ? a ? If
    t ,
    frlckeyriollniste; ; Walter: E: Paine* MlainI;, Las bee'; enjoy 1 n.o3t>.t.qu A 4vJi rtG..4. y
    , Hahn'a office, : host mid boeteim.'Gatues'cbptade6.music !! ;;;; r,, .,.. v. '1
    tenor soloist and female Impersonator ; "Year with Went Palm --- ; :+rr".r ;-tr-++----'7"e" 1 ., : f
    the New ,
    ing lancing, and rrfrrUoienf were!
    and Walter Eccles, humorist and dramatic &
    Beach friends. features that made the ticcnjiion }
    y our '
    reciter. Their program includes Mark land, wW% b"a remembered with It"\ V' iflLt.lfWV
    with violin and jaiafljtfellie Mae long tol>e a great L
    ; violin solos, readings '
    ; cold contracted The American'Thei 1 ;
    piano accompaniment, special music. been seriously! ill with a reported to deal of plemure.. "- > e;r rt

    ?' ballads, burlesque magic female impersonations more than a week ago was This Capt. Gienson of t the Florida CoastLine ', '.
    this morning.
    ,." In costume: humorous tonga i be somewhat better Canal and Transportation I Couipa-r
    in ,the)
    her frienda.Nra. Best Mattress Warlqb0tind'Ur'xevototiou JJjfj ,
    will be good news to many the of'
    and sketches. Those who are waiting: i ny, wjio was in town- early port J ... ... ,
    -- i '-i
    i'i
    } to have a good laugh will not be disappointed B. J. Jerome Ua improved her the weak ot%buHlnewi,. 'fef, for\ ,Sk. ugti a- *
    in the. Boston Musical and Dramatic property on Datura street by the build- tine Wednesday. While here lie Completed Patent >Thla Mattre i JK. tr ZSP **, '
    Company. ing of an asphalt walk from her houseto all arrangemeuts' for removingthe ; : ; : ;
    j __---r.- the roadway: The work was done by biz: dredge'the' company, ''teceotlv StraightEdge fz ,th&" ll\ttreM;: !I)> hi ,

    OOOOOO-OXXKXXXOOOOOOOO XHX OOi the Burton E. Coe Company, Mr, Cue purchased from C. N. Newcomb at Riviera .nand dUttt.'Y..In.,thin-ThAlytnnae MlAttr;/ t4:, .tipT' ? RICA N f f
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    i CHURCH NOTICES< having( returned from Tampa early' in to Oak Bill where dredRtuR! operations Roll In. cured by nvcret'pro- "

    O V the week. are now being (learned on. It mnn. and i let the only : ., oJ: .? 1Mntt.relld 1\\
    VQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ Masters William and Edward; Burk- willjbe some time before tiny work1'will in tine world,) which comhiues all the following r ,. l

    i 'Trinity Episcopal Church. hold.-v' are'spending' the, New) .Year'a be clone In the Lake?Worlh dla rlcta flit lies, t'Ixi: : Non nbaorhent'r.olwnyii) rpsileiit.f' entirely 'THE' J, I B 'I' C'GINL'EY' 'I 1
    V .3"
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    \ be 'in' holidays with their parents, Mr.. and ----_ free frdni oily bstances.! "THEHE[ IS./ ONLY ONl-J;: ;; s ,
    Divine services will held Holy lake front, having and: the BEST: Pricoif 10. Manu .
    I Mrs. E. W. Buikholder, MEdmbcAN; Uja. ; AfM' : h
    West Palm WEST : BEACH;
    Trinity Episcopal Church an ived.Jrom Iyncbburg, Va;_ The A HONEYMOON ., ,. l. 'I'
    Eeacb next Sunday. West Bethlehem la aa jgwAiWbK ijyag rac IV'
    former i i. a cadet at the '
    Communion service every Sunday at Warrington. _' '.n : f-( "; ;

    y mornlug in each month at 7,o'clock. Military Academy [Oriental., v -. ,_ ) I .. I. .
    arrived :
    (v Morning prayer and sermon at. II. West, Mr. and Mrs P. H.Thursday Hebb Evening prayer and sermon( at 7. Palm Beach Is.all wrong. You a.chld'of: fortune, visiting cards!' l .ttw, ,
    SUI1lay-schoolll1eets, at 10 a. m. the far away Yukon. Their home is infamous could never endure frontier life" Burke burst Into laughter and folded I-1.L HIJLLIER gc 6
    N Canada, and they ; : '
    Rev. J. J., VAHUC, Dawson City, "Why do you think so?" her as he always did on !such! occasions
    via Seattle to visit Mr. In but lie had thought beloved
    have come arms.
    Rector. "Because is ? '
    that life eomething'of: '
    d +
    r'WIIOLESALU 'BETAlLr "
    --- Hebb's sister Mrs. L. C. Bowyer, Da her; Now be realized, that he bad ; AN)> ,( V
    which' :you have no conception. Your
    Church. street. After a visit here of a weekor not known what love was. :. .
    Congregational tura Idea \Wrf a 'ranch U -a >I lna old>e loolalretllcll'nee TOB ACCONIST':
    will start north, on the long, When the end of the mouth came, a .
    Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational two they with splendid' barns and Btablea. team drove ui to the. cubta. By El :

    y' Chnrch at it a. m. and 7:3d: journey home. 111 the center of hundreds of acres. liott's advlco Evelyn 'took with hot her : :Cigars Tobacco CigarettesPiSes.Etc.,' Etc

    p. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. E. I Miss Caroline Harding who has been "Bplentlldr''I' trousseau; though she could not sea ,. *, t''
    Rp D. Paine, At the morning service: the spending the summer in Virginia arrived "What would you say: to a log cabin how she would need more than one or : CAN DIRSi v,
    the intervals between the logs filled in .
    ,
    sermon will be on a text appropriate to In the city yesterday, and lathe guest two dresses "They'entered the wagon "
    with hard mud standing on an alkali : A FULL UNE'OF : CHOCOI TES
    and after riding all day, stopped at a. LOWNF.V'S'CRLEBRATlUY
    the River
    the New Year. Ia the evening: sacrament of Mrs..Mary Robluson of No. 130

    ol the Lord's Supper will be administered side Avenue. Miss Harding >has been plaint'" f ranch.occupant They had were gone away Informed, and that no one the : Ice d Cream' "Soda Lunches (to'Otjde( /D fir ng Season, "
    and members received\ into of November and ,
    spending the mouths "That's. It. If thls mere description of
    coined to know when ha would re '
    the church.In December In New York, and 'wilt leave my'ranch draws front you such an expression turn. Burke told Evelyn,, that they : .ice. ream'n' ,SRMiNotiBrbcBiwa9T.PAi.MB! : \ : "icB.: ;' ., :'

    the evening' the pastor! will preach: tomorrow for Palm Beach, where she ; how* would,the reality affect! would at any rate, spend the day ............................................... ... .

    Y a special sermon to young men. will' be for the winter season.-Jackson you?" there, and he'proceeded to' make blm.
    "I'd die of the blues." ... --- '
    Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. ville Times-Union and Citizen. self and her at home. The place filled '
    i Sonday- hoolatlo a, tu. the important arrivalsat, The "Then I must" relinquish you or my the young wlto's Idea of..a ranch exactly OG404.0'O I GO.G' iGtiiP4 S1 IO (iI 4 Q'Vr l 0 41'1 1 j)4.eCVe4 p'Q" J

    service and Bible class Among undertaking. even to the\ style' of the house, '
    Song pastor's Breakers, are Professor and Mrs "I'apa when have once put ; Park
    says you which was old colonial. They rode over \Cott g e. Hotel ..P
    Prayer-meeting on Wednesday, at Frederick E? Parliugton ,of Staten Is your hand to the plow never look the brand acres and dined sumptuout"

    7:15P: m. ---+- land'N.' Yw They have just returned back." ly hi the great dining room. 2 SPLENUDi/V' IXCATBii) ON 'THE SHORED AND OVBRI,06fiafla' ,,
    from Nassau N. P.. and will visit several "That mean I mu t give you op and "Why should I bring my trousseau, 9 BEAUTIPUL',1AKE; WORTH. ", '

    Baptist Church. points along the Florida East Coast.: stick to my enterprise."' Elliott There's no one here." Comfortable, airy, 'well furnished l looms.' .p
    Divine services at the Baptist church: Professor Partinglon Is preparing mater "Yes, If"I consent to be'gt..en up." "Some one might happen to come.*' 1/ Good borne cooking and. table set vice. .-.. :P; ,1 ,
    Sunday at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "Well The next morning as Evelyn was '
    Nassau and the East
    } Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Prayer- ial Coast.for a These lecture lectures on are to be given "I don't consent I've put my hand to preparing to return she glanced out of 'Transient,Rates, Reasonable... '<& Special. Rates by the. Week'' t
    the plow and I mustn't look back window and thunderstruck toPe
    at : the was
    meeting Thursday evening 7:30. several Travellers' Clubs of Call on or address-
    h Pastor. before the either. li<>father, her mother Indeed her Q a
    II. II. STUR.GS
    1 4 ... New York City, Philadelphia and Boston "Dear little girl ha said caressing whole family, drive up to the door. ,t -- and also before all the Normal Col- her.That's Tho secret could not be kept much :Palm Beach, i: orida Q l
    Methodist Church. leges of New York State. what she "was, a dear Uttle longer. The log and mud edifice bad e O e b 1>e1 Csm b-e1>e1)oe". # ">CD"'DA:> -sDb :>flb4!OJbedAO: : QGl: (- r "

    a Preaching at II a. m. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con girl who had been beloved by her par- been engaged to decide a bet of a box

    Usual evening service.at 7:30: o'clock. church a tea Friday ents and every one else for that mat of cigars between the father and the
    gregational gave
    .' Sunday School at 9:45: a m. afternoon at The Palms. The spacious ter, because she had loved every one. lover that Evelyn would not endure BOND & BOND COMPANY .
    :' Besides, she'was but seventeen, and the honeymoon In It, the father backlog ,
    ; Epworth, League at : m. with ladles. A '
    3:30 p. crowded
    parlors were since Elliott Burke lived so tar away tier. Tbe."o' was a merry party, ; 'I t.,
    (INCOKPOttATISD. ,
    k+ Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, pastor. articles took place and a ) n
    sale of fancy the question was would they be married which remained till winter' at Burke'sranch '
    ___a_ --- nice sum was realized for the society.Mrs at once and she go back: with him when all. Including'' the young MANUFACTURERS ::-,

    u'' To Cure a Cold an, One Day Stowers furnished the refreshments to his) ranch.A. couple, returned to the east.V. ,
    and helped In way to make it a few weeks later the little bride A. MITCHEL. '
    d.. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab every I 'SHINGLESIl
    LATH
    Music and recitations found herself In the log and mud edifice lUMBER AND, T
    lets. All druggists: refund the money if grand: success. described. The first Bight of the .. ,
    It falls to cure E.- W. Grove's slgna- helped to increase the pleasantness of '

    y tire Is on each: box., 25 cents. the occasion. place"What quite do took you her think breath of away.It. sweetheart The Illinportti Flooring: Siding, and C illRtJ. O Brick Lime and" .Cement.! ", ..+:;X11

    ?""asked Elliott. ,.---. IN STOCK-- $ ; /' .J ."' 1!
    I Bba gasped for: strength to bear the "" "' .."
    ......r.n.vmn..mn..YYYYYYn..YYvnnnvr burden. Nicely situated on 'OFFICE AND YARDS ,3-11902 ; {

    "Well!, It hi not so bad. At least Itwouldn't Poinselta! street, north of the ON F. E.. C. RY. '
    be If there were a few trees."
    "Trees wont grow ou this roll railroad. Is now open. Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth:>.

    "Won't vines grow? If you'll make
    '.\ OVERALLS IE some beds beside the house! and give Very Reasonable Ratesand .
    .
    lue.a few seeds, I might help the looks A. A A A AA. _AA A1A AA. Ai &-
    =
    ,
    i of the 0111 mean 'our cottage." good accommodations. '
    "We'll try that dear little chick. The latest "
    You're brave as a lioness." And be < MRS.\ TIFFANY SPUOUL 1. ,

    t We have just received a large kissed her admiringly. ProprietressJW"Ilave "
    "Elliott," said Evelyn that night In '
    I assortment Sweet Orr Over- "where are the blankets" your carting done bySproul' Stationery .r ,. ,
    "Blankets darling There are no '.
    : .
    I Express :.
    blankets." i.
    aIls Jumpers and Work
    E See
    "Must we sleep under this thing?" our "Souvenir" Stationery, ,, ,d

    L w ... Shirts referring to a cheap quilt. both in'
    Tablets
    'and Boxes.
    M "I'm afraid we must, little glrL Somethingnovel
    There's nothing clue at hand. Can you There are Many
    All Sizes stand H?" Things to be Bought In and sold only' by Messrs. HEIM: ,, i
    = =
    =_ "Oh, yes; I must" .
    In the morning she said: "Why. El- & BROADWELL, at 4A
    E Uott, It's strange I didn't notice It last ...January...

    __ :_ WE. ARE nlght I know there Ia no bathroom *
    but where'a the stationary washstand For instance: The Cottage City Pharmacy

    The?"husband smiled. ; Cold Cream .
    AGENTS 'The don'tbave Ni4
    EXCLUSIVE
    I[ -
    such things) In this country Evy" Camphor IceCucumber The Palms :Block, West Palm BearSh

    "Ob. wy; I forgot.. But the movable Jelly '_ .r i

    washstand" Almond Cream .y.TT.T..y ..TT..T..TY.T..T..TTTTT..T ..T.....
    "Or that kind either. I'm afraid
    FOR, .
    ;
    = we'll have to use the bowl of the .country Witch Hazel Jelly
    that tin basin on the table" Carey &: Go's Quick''Lunch

    Sweet Orr Overalls She"Are'looked you sorry at blm you plteously.came?" he asked. These Toilet preparations and a number arc of right:other in! Seminole Block,,",Banyan Street

    I "No; at least not yet." 'season now. And then there I.a is Meals and Lunches Served to Order Game 0
    1 "Tills la' a. sad place In which to hOlt of things that "claim oil ,sters. Chops Etc
    spend a honeymoon, isn't It? Do you seasons for their, own," and /Specialty, Made of Oyster Fries for Delivery Families -
    think you can stand it for a month, which we 'can aupplv better than
    shall then have to go for( a day to a any other store in town. It might
    real ranch such as you have fancied. not be inappropriate to mention U< ) Opposite Postofflc
    Bros. Tbat will enable you to' fet a' Dew among then: Hair, Tooth and City Park and .>, ',
    1 k, Anthony eUrt to live on here." Combs(Nail Brushes eh.'Dimick'. Tooth Powders, 'Tbe Le-amlnHmnU express Office 4 j t,

    "I can ,stand It," she said, with a Finest Location

    West Palm Beach Palm Beach' Miami gulp ljher throat.*\ Im the City. m

    E j the stated period of thirty ss Spec:: s1 and Weeker day STRICTLY
    days Evelyn was, constantly missing & Rieel Rate FIRST-CLASS
    rr 'r: things to which aha had been accustomed. !! -
    ,
    : W.. 0. ERNST
    oeo oocm? Her husband who had been Proprietor
    .
    .
    .
    b -- nand to roughing It showed ref how & -
    to
    '@) ./ _, ,t.A 'eluNrs IIUOI1If! Prescription' $ -'CIT'E
    .
    Y: ,. .Aaa i7 .la, gaiLElcT I cook, aaia1 she1 became quit expert, bye Phlrmacktl ( r MEAT ,
    t.... J..* :.t>: are' It wigs hard for when' she set'the" f r MARKET
    ...
    .! "At.EIIMI! 1 i ', f .
    table to put ou steel forks and tin cups v.- FloridaandL
    J ; } ,)Western Meats, 1'onltry Game and
    : ,
    .. : S, iWiX'II... and such things. 8n found no use .. Eggs,: ,I

    ,. ; whatever for..her,,splendid trousseau. Nit prtSe< Receive' Careful'Attention. Vl
    rt One morning she came to her busband YOUNG'S HATS none better made ;

    { ..AAAAAi4A., '. 4 .AALAAW'' .i A ..e 'and with her. eyes. fttl.9/.r. swfc.Mid: at,'3-00. ANTHONY Laos.r .* mpg Jefferson, Block WEST :PALM[ BEAOH.. *'Sw' '

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