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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: September 9, 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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Rev. M. H. Lyon Will be In Charge. Splendid Turnout of Local Labor wheat and rye /flour at Dub, Are you using Dobbin & Qntgg's People as They Come and Go-- MON V._TO-LOAN.._.---_. d

Great Interest Taken in the Unions on Labor Day.--Sportson bins & Quigg's. at fina. pastries ? If not why not? 2t Pdople Whom You May or C C. CHILLINGWORTII HAS '}

Coming: Revival. the East Side. Good table board at Minaret Cottage Mr, J. Conklin has rented the Hone May Not Know. Good applications money to desired lend on .real estate it ,"j ll;

for $4 50 a week. at I cottage at the corner of Everula and
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The opening service of the Union Gospel The new city of West Palm Beach hud Tonight the regular meeting nightof I Olive streets and he and his/ family will Sheriff John Frohock of Miami has "- ----.-FOUND.
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Cam tnign will commence tonight at a /first class Labor Day celebration Mon the Board of Trade. reside there during the coming winter been spending the day In the city. i BUNCH OF OYS; -ON-DESK' -IN alt I

hair past seven q'clock In Gruber's Hall. day. Favorable weather was one of the Mr. G. G. Currie acknowledges the It has leaked out that Messrs. II. S Mr. Adrian M. Sample one of the Tuesday morning. Owner t'
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Mr. Lyon and his singer, Mr. Coulten, requisites and it was granted. An energetic receipt of $1 from J. G. Fenno, of Del- Miller and A. L. Haugh have gone northto leading business men of Fort Pierce was' can Ing property by calling and paying this for office tbm ,notice prov. t, .
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will be here today And have charge of committee composed of W. E. ray, aq..a contribution to the Improve- sign a first class heavy-weight baseball in town today on business -- --. ---------- : ,, 'r
W. Hiram Guntherand fund of Lakeside teen Capt. Miller and Secretary FOR SA LE. ,
the service. Poland G. Doyle, ment Cemetery Mr. S, II Happeraett, of Detand. 4' ::1i ,.r
The following la an extract from the Roy Berry bad left nothing undone Haugh are both hustlers In their special : ,
The weekly meetings of the Guild of spent Sunday! In the city, the guest ol J'tJSINRSSSTOCK' AND FIXT-
Rustic of Richmond Centre, to make the occasion and line and the West Palm Beach sports ri
Richland a success they Holy Trinity church will be resumed Mr. aud Mrs Guy I. Metcalf. j owner leaving; 'I
Wis., of Augnat 28th: succeeded admirably.The commencing tomorrow, when the ladies might just aa well prepare for trouble on city. Address Box 141, West 1'aliil I" .
Mr. W. R. Healy has returned iron ;
"The great gospel campaign conducted /first event of the day was a will meet at the borne of Mrs. F B. their return where with Beach. Via 9.Jt e- .' k ,:
holiday to Connecticut -
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by the churches of this city for the grand parade in which all Xbe local Everett at half past two o'clock. A colored laborer named 'JoUu'lialter trip SALB- OR I'O0f > "
( Mrs Healy, he spent the summer. j FOI RUNT ONE a ;y+ij "'
pant four weeks Is drawing to the end. unions took part. The marshal was W. dome It n days ago stepped on a rusty >k', Inquire ol W I. Metcalf. ,

Up to this time more than two hundred E. Poland and he started the procession The union prayer meeting in the nail which penetrated the sole of his Mr. A. T. Rosviter, .of the Indian.! West I'alui_Bencli.__ SeN5-tf J.:'' '

have begun the Christian life. Meet. soon after half past eight o'clock. The Methodist, church Sunday eveuiug was (""I. Lockjaw followed and. he died River aud Luke Worth Fish Couipaiiyia OUR OCEAN __ J jl' 'a

lags will be held,in the great tent every Lake Worth Bund was at the front, playng largely attended, the church Deing/ filledto after much suffering last Saturday morn in town today looking after the coiiipany's L{'too feet: t mile-RONT south of LOTS ocean pier y ",r.Jg;-
the doors. Rev. D. S. Davis and
evening this week end on Thursday and all the popular march tunes under ing. The (funeral conducted by the colored interests. > i I Inquire E. F. Hahies, J. p., Box I7t' t t ,;;}

Friday at j \I'. m., Mr. Lyon speaks on the leadership, of Professor Kaiifniaiin Mr. II. P. Branning had charge of the {),1oI t Fellows was held Sunday from ; Mr W. F. Armstrong, left yeslor- Palm Beech Fla. _--Aug1---tf vf '; 'i;r\

"Life v's Abundant Life" or "Before and Behind the band marched the painters, meeting. r the West End to the colored burying day morning for Daytona where he wIll, __ _PIANO tUNINQ. t } : ;,:,''

After Pentecost Christians." All are about forty tn number and next cause I Three extra passenger cars and a bug- : ground and nearly the entire colored spend a month or six weeks for the, 'I'I .I '

looking' forward to next Sunday as a the carpenters with mngnin'tenl turn. gage cur were attached to the northbound : population attended I benefit of his health. i iMessrs. 1 L 1-i"l: O8.rINB lunluur address PIANO I.. B. SuiTortl.AND ORGAN. We.t ,/ ,<:

great day for our city. The morning out of one hundred and twenty-live. train Monday night for the transportation Mr. A, R. Beaujon, the secretary of > A. L. Ilaugh and .[I. S. Maher I'alut Beach 'Jy8-tf .

service will begin promptly at 10:30: In The boys in blue were loudly cheeredat to the State camp+ at Jacksonville the West Palm Beach Light and Power left last night for White Springs, I'la.. REPAAIRIN" -

the afternoon Mr. Lyon will give a last all points along the line o* march. of MiamI.the i companies from Key West r Company, desires to ,state to our readers where they will spend the next three --MACHINERY- --_. + ,, r F,
and hundred
talk to men at 3 o'clock, and the even The plumbers had a place behind the There were one thai Mr. W. II. Wickliffe, of the Florida weeks for the benefit of their health. -i OR. GENIRALREPAIRING AND c 1

ing service will begin at seven. The carpenters and numbered about thirty officers and men on board. Electric Co of Jacksonville Fla., is Mrs. L. E. Hill! expects"to go up to installing/ of gas and steam en.

farewell meeting will occur on Monday Federal Labor Union No. 10,764 had The rains of the past week have been I now iif, West Palm Beach in charge of West Palm Beach next Thursday,! to gines apply, Potter's boilers Repair windiiiilU pumps Pali'n etc r a .

evening, ana both Mr. Lyon and Mr. two dolt men in line and behind them very welcome to the pineapple growers the erection of the !lKhtlugfor) this city. spend a few days with Rev. and Mr;. Bench, Fla. Work done Shop anywhere, Went U 'i i

'Coultea will leave Tuesday morning for came the West Palm Fire Department north and south of town. Au they Mr. "JckhfT can be seen in Mr. Beaus C.. Fred Blackburu.-Miami Metropolis. Dude or Brevard couuUts. maya3-tj (Ji N, + "

a few days visit in Chicago, going from I with Chief Morris and President" Me- came just In tint to nave the streets jobl? baize 1'u the Jefferson 'Block by Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ueckerl arrived:. -------, ---- ----.>--,-.---

there to West Palm Beach Florida, Ginley at the head. This parade included from being cut through to such au extent any one who desires to have hint figureon from New York Saturday night. They MtJSIC. _
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hundred andity men repalis
where they will begin union meetings about two their requirements 'In the electricalline. had a most enjoyable trip through Vermont ---- ',

on, September gib." and was indeed a splendid< event. Near-i : Mr. Benujohn states that the. policy and New Hampshire and have MIAMI ,PIANO West Palm AND Beach VIOLIN Branch. 3 4 ;

The local Evangelical Association has Iy all of the principal residential i and The net receipts from the piny Rio of his company will be tournish greatly benefitted by the change of air. Franklin Caleumu Bush, Director. A r v

completed all arrangements, the meetings business streets were traversed and then Grande amounted to $117.15. Mrs. N. electric wiring to their patrons at cost Miss Edith Branning, who has been limited number of pupils accepted" in ;, 'q

have been well advertised and a he parade crossed the bridge to the S Burnham has divided this 'between hut Mr. Wickliffe will l le; pleased to look I piano plavjng.! / Conservatory. course, "
her sister Mrs. W. W. Weaver,
visiting
keen interest in them has already been East Side where the sports were to take the local branch of the Wo'mans; Christian over any resldences-or places of business of DeLaud arrived in Titusville' lost 1 Apply at'iroptcaluu, office. ,-j juuao-jm yn,

' aroused. place. Temperance Union the Library. and, furnish I approximate estimates on HOUSES TO RUNT '
Saturday and was the guest of Mr. and
-- -- THE SPORTS. Association and the Cemetery Improvement the snuie. Aug 5 tf '
Mrs. L. C. Branniug until Wednesday OTOR.B BUILDING ON BEST"CORC3 /I f
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dun Club Contest. The sports began, at ten o'clock, wilh Societ) giving each 1.59.05. when she- left for her home at West tier In town; living rooms 'second 1 1 yy/y I ;

T. F. Lenimls, R. II. Harter and T. D. The colored Odd Fellows .)f the West A Splendid Success. Palm Beach.-Titusville Ac\\ ocate. floor. W. I. Metcalf. alit '

A great deal of interest was taken by Brown acting as judges and Dan Cos- End have purchased l a lot from the Cemetery The members of the West Palm Beach --- -- -- -- .

local marksmen in the shooting tournament I grove and W. A. Mitchell as starters. Association In the colored ceme Volunteer Fire Department have reason Mr. W.last Gordon Brown was He a passenger Many: friends r's sympathising'with
under the ou night's express. expectsto.
held on Labor Day Beach, Gun Crowds went over from the city and tery, to be used for the reception Of the to feel proud o.er the success attending sail from Jacksonville tomorrow on Mrs. Liutou an aged lady, who has rvuutly t"v i+ +

auspices of the West Palm Potter's Point. these, with the residents of the Bust Side bodies of deceased members who have their second annual baD Monday he Clyde Line steamship Apache for lost the sight of one eye. ; t+ I" u

Club on the club range at of spectators. lots. This Is a pltfu not yet the Gruber House
made a large concourse not private night Opera was
few It Is learned
here from New York and after upending a days that work on the big
Visiting craek'shots were were as follows of the white org.iniza-, contain all F3
and
Wlnllers' who
The events adopted by any ; scarcely large enough to
and Miami and here will cross the Atlantic on a visit to rain west of the town is to lie cominencd .
Titusville Fort Pierce : ions in this city. ought admission. The Lake Worth its old home in Liverpool, England.le by the East Coast Company right ;
keenly
the dozen or more events were loo yard dashj; let, F. Band played a splendid for the r f 'I
Running race, Dr. Forbes has tendered his resignation program will be away fit two or three months'. way. The construction of this great :.
contested. Williams and, James Williams. University liincinK and there were no dull momeuts '
because ; as president of Stetson Mr. and Mrs II..T. Cnuimings arrivedIn itch will open up for use many hundred. l4
There was some disappointment 100 yards, for boys fur the dancers. Refreshmentswere a't
Handicap race have granted
held for the and the board of trustees, the city Saturday from Brooklyn, N. Acres of rich land and indeed most of it ,
no competition: was under 16; 1st, W. Whipple; and E. leave of until such (lme to be had by all who desired them bas ?
him a absence already been purchased.
the holders as the ( I Y., and are residing, with !Mr. and Mrs. ;
cup that designates Schultz. shall be acted so that there was absolutely nothing .
the East Coast. But the race L. as the resignation upon. W. F; Heckert on Narcissus street. Mr. A local real estate man estimates than I ?
champions of Tb1ee-legged < 100 yards, R. The doctor is said to be In very poor lacking for the comfort of the guests of r
the baa leased of the store about seven thousand acres of land
Friday so Cummings a part have
arrived <
cup had not on Duke and A. Sanderson. aud will visit KM hoping to the fire laddies. There were none! busier
health rope
local club did not feel. justified in urging Crawling race. 50 yards; 1st, E- and l than the members of the flour commit- on Clematis avenue occupied by Couk- been sold in Deliay and vicinity within "
gain in health strengthThe liD & and iu a day or two' will the past twelve months. That
of the competing/ gun Scruggs goes k
the attendance and L. McQuigg. tee, Messrs. J. u, C. Morris Clarence J tl
Schultz; Florida East Coast Railway has in the business again. how how this town isfoiging ahead and a ,
taken part. E. open up bicycle '
clubs: that were to' have for ladies; ist, Miss A. Lauther F. J. O'Beirne and Hiram Gun'her .
Egg race ,d andolnl.. .rnt.a for two days flf the with tie
sufficient importance grant .pe 0" --- ... keeping pace geuurul progress
of
This will be an event Brock; and, Miss uooiie. which in this city ( who with Fred Fontaine;;, Carl! -- -- -
revival begins and prosperity of the'Ha Coast.
for
: to make the competition Girls' shoe race, tar yards; 1st, Ellen great and Friday of Lautber, L. D Fenton. Ray Ketcham, DELUAY! DOI GS., f'' 1

the cup;: a special attraction at some Highsmith. ; and, Lillie Lauther onlght. Thursday\ Ralph Broadwell, Herbert Baldwin, Wal. Mrs. John Taylor left Tuesday fur Up. ,r rh
and l8tb a
future date. After dinner there were two events on next of week f, September fare for round 17th trip will be ter Haugh and, A. L. Potts were responsible Among the Delruy people who spent land Pa., on a visit to relatives ._ ,} 'A ,

TAe events shot off Monday were as the program, namely a tug of war and a rate single from all points between Fort for the great success of the event.It bor"Day at West Palm Beach were Dame rumor has it that'there Is to t te r Jy

follows; baseball match. The tug of war was between granted Pierce: and Miami to West Balm :Beach.\ will be gratifying to the people of Messrs. E. A. McLeod end J. G. Fenno. ail addition to the toEce( at an early y ,

EVENT NO. I-10 Birds. teams of eighteen men on a side I, the city to know that the treasury of the Mrs. L. G, Lymau has returned from date.

let priae." Woolen 6; Ronald. 6; Rle- picked from the painters and the car Friends today) are' offering William their coiu L. department will be enriched .to the extent a pleasant visit to Michigan.Our A great many Delray people are planning l t r
and Mrs.
Mr.
to
gel l 6sand. Captain Garrity had a strong gratulatious of over |3o. to visit West Palm Beach during
penters. their marriage. The bride was __ Dew physician, Dr. Brousou, is ;
Hoffmann Grant on --- ---a. --
prize.: Travis 5. looking lot of chaps for Captain Wyndham, of this city enjoying an excellent practice in Delray the progress of the great revlvar-tha; 1 4't j

:jrdprlae. IInfl"stettler,4; Taylor 4. of the carpenters to. pull of against and!MI"S the Lillie May is the well known night County School( Board Meets. and vicinity aql18 fast winning friends I was announced to begin on Wednesday it
paint groom(
Bird. after a hard tussle his team The county school board met in regu- : I the 9lh. '
EVENT NO 9-ij and officer. The knot'wall tied last among all! classes Iu the community ;

ut, Ronald ia; and Riegel. and Huffstetler ers won the aay. between the night police at half past seven o'clock at the lar session at Miami yesterday. There October will soon he here but so far The late<< crop of' pineapples II Is quite 1
The ball game was I were present Chairman E. B, King'' and large In this section. At Delray there !' .
done the
10. and was won Methodist parsonage/ by the pastor .of nothing has been by County
and the plumber Messrs. C. Harris of this and W.
J city are being whipped daily between
zoo and
painters Black., for the children
jrd, Travis 9.EVENT. \ of to the Methodist church, Rev. C. F. School Board to provide
by a score 9 5 M. Burdlne of Miami. Superintendent
to northern markets.Agent .
the! painters 150 crates
by attend when the .
NO. 3-so Birds the band discoursed bu n. Mr. add Mrs. Grant are residingon MerrUt absent account of having who will be ready to ,t ; 1
afternoon was ou
All of Olive street. fall term begins. Teachers have been, E, L. Ditto and wife of the F.ECR'y .
tat. Huffstetler 18; and, Riegel IS; music much to the enjoyment to supervise the teachers' examinee .
sweet of the West appointed but the trouble Is there is no are off on a holiday trip. Theyare :
3rd Ronald la.EVENT. assembled crowds. There were plepty The handsome trophy lion in progress at the lime of meeting.
the silver val accommodation for the classes, The times visiting felatives and friends I Iu the
the va- Club r.
available aqd Palm Beach Gun a cup
Blrda- the most Important matters
Among
NO. 4- S of refreshments and not far distant when the Delray school northern part of the St i tee '
lack for patrons. ued at { arrived Saturday flight t s' a
liuftstetler Woolen 13; rlous booths did not 75 attended| was Ibe need for increased .
let, 14; 2nd. will be one of tiro,most important along -- --- ---
Unions are to be congrat- bas been ml mired l by a great many people accommodation at Delray The board
3rd Riegel and.T.yor'u. The Labor of the celebration In the windows of the M. E. Gruber this[ section of the East Coast and the The old White Star steamer Germanic
decided build 'the
r the success to at once a wing' tn
-io Birds. ulated upon follows members of the Board should look ahead arrived i at New York
EVENT NO. S largely owing to store. This cup inscribed as : < Sunday from
was present' school, sufficiently' large to accommodate
which success ,
let, Huffstetler 9; 2nd, Woolen 8; 3rd, faithful efforts of the severs committees -- Eaat Coast Championship. Presented the, new, pupils who will attend a little and draft their plans accordingly. -' Liverpool and Queeustown on her last ,,4y11;
the
6 West Palm Beach' Gun Club." It voyage of the le..aon. making the' run
Travis and Taylor In charge. / by ne t tern>. Toe school propertytoo
intended'that the jhould be 4rs.T. J. McRa has been on the sick ia seven days twelve hours'and twenty- .
6-20 Birds. was cup be much possible.
EVENT NO. __a- wn, improved as as !
I list during the past ten days. four minutes. The Germanic
competed for Monday but the requirednumber : will re-

let. Huffateller 18; and Taylor l63id; Miami's New DailY., of teams could no 1j be fr'1sCn\-' \ ,. A two-'year contract was signed with This summer there is. a surplua/of/ pineapple turu to Liverpool and lay. up ia reserve j'' r.
Travis Ronald Me.
and 15. November the Miami slips.1 Early in the season to await the future disposition of the I
In grow. ;,
Early M.
When the weather\ is'calm and, bright J. Rowley for the transportation of l t
issued a. a dally paper, the. slips would vessel ilea\ sister the
J tropolii will be steamships o th.e Mallory line, and pupils to and fro between West Palm .en were none to sure bow ship Brlttalile.waa t''
was made In the the all In sold Recently to be
What Is Life? This announcement Ward line sail so close In that they Beach and Palm. Beach, Lake Worth. audMaugonla. turn out, so reserved nearly sigh broken up.
last Issoe of the Metropolis by Editor lie \the visible from Miami aa they. for tbelr own use on new ground. Now The Germanic had 1 been recently over

In the last analysis nobody, knows who\ 1 believestbat! the people"f are plainly Several \U x U; Ilea that there will be. plenty and hauled to meet the same, fate, but she ,
strict Tatam field accounts other I
that It ts under Norris cut. With a good \glass: were p..l.ul
+ l Nl law.:we Abuse do know that 'Uw 'even slightly. his!. \city= afe entitled to such a public" one paw nuty see the passengers and; :; small minor, Items business, transacted X, the to spare, so that if there are any. up or I may be held ol? reserve as extra; ship or h;

pain results.! rregulat, living mfao WvVangement ,in", .Uoo. of the Metropoll '' objects on board. How /good U will hetherE..at report of which will. CI appear in. the official down the coast who have not been able until she can be sold

of the organs( resulting The new office building 'I' dhc ni..ntlles., to get all the slips they want they should
Coast Railway ,
Constipation. lIe8 << or Liver troublePr.Klng' : frontage of forty- when ; .. to Del preserve health and 1" j
New Lire Pills,quickly re will hgve'a and\ States, ,gol( (nnleat''flnlsb the :-... _cl_ -- write ray To : strength,

adjusts this. It's /gentle yet thorough. three feet and the composing:IO, press feet. tt I leaned I 'prn!ectnovt', 'o
Only.age at All Druggists. stock room will be 25 by have 1 one of the these ships may touch at Miami.r- Laxative Brouio Quinlac Tablets cure Brown ( arrived! at her father' home, Worth Ice Works. It Is chemicallyt s "'
will That t '
' r --,-..-.. --r-- '" will handsomest be of brick fronts anti In! ,Miami.! I !.Metro polls. I a cold lla| one day. No' .cure,No.pay ajc,. Tiie4ajf: dighcromMichigan.: t pate. ,tf .

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THE TROPICAL SUN. The first Florida sugar cane of tbe

.1 season is now on the market In the COMPETITORS
Plomwr Pspmr ol Dad County Florid northern SirkmJJros OUR __.. .
part of the titnte.:! .
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Published Emy Widncaday.< Saturday '
,PI.6MIDA.HOHBCRIPTION Within will have to do some mighty close figuring i if they content I:
.i l AT W ST PALM tAOM.DADa OOUNTT the next two or three Dressers la1Men ) / with"us i fortin

weeks the residents of the Cottage (If.< .,1.' trade InCarpenteimsToo1, ,
it ; :PRICE ':a.oo PElt YKA&
will '' .
I City begin to' think of the home- -
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"" corner from the North. Tbe vanguard -
Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, ; Is already here Merit is

' HARRY L. BROWN MANAOBR.Kuterad ,. ,theKeystoneof s
ert get
U at the Poxaffiee of Went Palm B obMcondclaM It will ,In Iude Success (.
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a. mmtuir. County The' physicians have or: our / It's easy to quote low prices, 15UT
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-' gu.nlzl'llDto a "trust," so nn' ,upward -- A quality of the ,goods thut we 'I

MUNICIPAL ELECTION rE movement, In fees may be look then you'll ace wbat we

ed for ad any time. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM

FOR OUR FALL AND 'WIN
CUT OF'WEST PALM, BEACH TER STOCK OF SHOES;'WE
The 'people of Miami should ,feel I

proud of the fact that'the city Is to ARE OFFERING OUR W. 'L. I CompanyWholesale

>, POLLING DAY TUESDAY; OCTOBER 6, 1903.: have a daily newspaper. Editor Ta- GREAT DOUGLAS REDUCTION TAN SHOES AT A

!#. CITIZENS'; TICKET. tum and Manager "Iletherlngton are I Retailers of Hardware .

bound to be In'the front pew . .'. . . .
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a For Mayor, The municipal uumpaigu has open .

; B. H. DOSTER. ed up with a: great deal or Interest t. Our regular $3.5O, now PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1<>-00000000000nUItH'lIAItJ'l"S

I Not such a bad idea after all, to $3.00.

For Clerk start the tax payer thinking.The LAW. WentPalm|\ lteachAug.12,1903
1 ""' Our regular $3, now _
4 H. L. HILLIER. h '
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Palatka Times-Herald an- $2.50. c. O. OHH.tINOWORI'll Select Your teroceryman:
s For Marshal, I ;
nounces that lIon. W. M. Hollowav
> I Take 'Advantage ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
1. W. O. DeBERRY.For ', Superintendent of Public Instruction
I West Pulm peach, *'la. Just tbe same as you would select your doctor, dentist, or a carpenterto
"P of Alachua. wilt bo candidate
county, a -
'. AMermen.B. i of these prices, as we have only 35 build your house. It is safer and cheaper to'trust to the skill of
for the office of State:: Superin pairs. These we have in Vicl Kid > (}. CUltUIE an
, : M. POTTER. :. tendent. 'GEO. / experienced workman than to pin j-our'falth on an Apprentice.
Russian Calf and Box Calf. ,
,1 ]. DON C. MORRIS. Attorney und CounsJ1io"/! t.La\V A successful and noted", hotel man was asked the secret of lilt suc

E.'W. J. PARRISH. Stomach Trouble. 1 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA cess. His reply-Good Coffee goodf bread, and good beds i it was the

M, B. GRUBER.I'V : "I have been troubled with my stomach foundation of his fortune. -
for the past four years," said D. L. We are also obliged to make room I ft

S'S S DIFFERENT METHODS. B ach,.of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield. for our LADIES' 'SHOE DEPART IT l'. UKANNINO, GOOD COFFEE:! is making our fortune. We sell *
p Mass. "A few days ago I was Induce*! MENT.!: We will therefore continue hvoFoundpall
t The Pnlatka News In discussing to buy a box of Chamberlain's Stomach to sell all that. we have on band at a Attorney and CIJU1Is/Ior-at-J.aw, of Coffee for 50 cents that l la of a quality that other stores' ask 80

the political situation, baa this to and them Liver and Tablets.feel a great I have deal taken better.part" of If great sacrifice./ Our buyer\ now in (orne.. over Dank) cents for It Is our own blend, ami it is so good for the money that

Say of Meiwra. Dougherty and Stockton you hue any trouble with your stomach tbe Eastern markets, and can use WEST PALM BEACH FLAYV we will give your money back if it does not suit your tante.

r : try a box of these Tablets. You are certain tbe ready cash to our patrons' advantage -
to be pleased with,the result. :Price METOAtiFt,
"That the Hon. Chas. DouRhertir, as welt as ours.Sirkin \
t$ cents. For sale by All Druggists and! Finest Groceries
1 .
L. w. BTJRKHARDT AtW
'ATTORNIY-AT-LAW.
i'' of VoIuHia, will be in tbe race fr Medicine Dealers.

1 member of ,Congress; there need uo ., NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will\ practice County,aialuuud t e.l.rol -lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books. T
longer; be doubt. Mr. Dougherty Quick Relief for .Asthma Sufferers Courts
Bros.The CASKS A SPECIALTY
LAND
'was la Palatka lost Tuesday and I
Foley's Hooey and Tar afford. immediate OItl.OID TROPICAL 811N Block
aamired the News that his announcp-. relief to asthma sufferers in the Douglas Shoe Store West Palm Bunch. Dude County lorlde. .
ment would be forthcoming at the worst stages and If taken In time will
effect a cure. Dimick & lelegel.II Seminole Block ''West Palm Beach n 8 A UNO BUS. Jr.,
proper! time. For a long time' pas t JT" K

Mr. Dougherty has been engaged/: !jo la ATTORNEY LAW.
The f aimers and the truck
t ; growers ........ S.eelal H..w....*. Deturaetreets,
mod
around Sanford are beginning to''workin Comer Olive
shot 'The unlgue botanical knowledge of ,
earnest preparing their fields for the Sir George Dlrdwood, ono of the moat 16-1 WEST PALM BBAC11. ri.OKll To the UnionsGentlemen
t those wbo know him of old remem .
14 coming fall and winter crops An Immense let\uditd! men in the India service once
!I tier what an elegant mixer he is with amount of plowing Is now being enabled him to perform almost tmcoudotuily A.J. LEWIS' *

the rank and file; what pretty win. done, and seed-beds are in process "f a neat. bit of detective work. AT10RNEY-AT-LAW >

l Ding ways be hue with the every diiy m < preparation. AU evidence gives promise Ha w.g In Bombay when bo was and NOTARY PUBLIC.

man. Dougherty was never defeat*c J of a very much larger crop than naked to Investigate the case of a Agent ol the U. S.Fidelity.. Md.*Guaranty Co.,oIBdllmur.
has before young nobleman wbo In applying to :--
ever been cultivated.
Muchnew
for office and he ban a whole'' raft o f tbe 'for appointment OIHce at corner of ('IemathsAvenuouniEareleun"
ground has been cleared and governor an : represented Htrwt. over tltrob", '" ",ore 1-4-190\
friends down this way wbo Bay11will p that be WHS just out from England West Palm Ilciich.QEO. You
brought Into a state of cultivation. All are requestedto
not be defeated in the comity and that kin letters"of Introduction
this indicates a confidence on behalf Qt
hud been loot ou the voyage. Jl. ItOI3I INS
primary. our people, in ,the t future, and augurs A few day after Dr. Hlrdwaod, a* be participate in the ;
i Funny, aint it? Dut both Stoc pa-
well for the of
SanforJ.-r-
prosperity theft was, bad undertaken the Investigation Attorney and Counaolor-at-Law.
ton and Dougherty claim the I r Sanford Chronicle. ,,be met the young nobleman at
Will practice In State and Federal Court, rade of LABOR DAY.
1 greatest strength frou. t the wool lit t S .' dinner at tbe governor's bourn. The able TITUSVILLE+ Jl

/ boys and yet their methods are Croup. decorations of orchids suggested a
'f conversational opening, and Dr.-DlI'dwood' We have just received -
different. [, Usually begins: with the symtomaof B praise drew from the ;young nobleman it. ANNO,
Stockton damns the Times-Union common cold; there is chilliness, meet. 'V. '
standing
I mg, sore throat, hot skin,' opposite: LAW. our line of UNION
with a big V,. and calls it everything hoarseness and Impeded quick pulse,. 'You should see too Amberstla nobU1U ATTORNEY-AT-

that is bad. But not BO Doc- Give frequent", small doses of respiration Ballsrd's In Its native woods, sir." Office-Front Room. ll.lnhettBuilding. Ave. "I'Miami. .

gherty, who cut off some flukes ( r Horehound Syrup. (tbe child will cry It waa a fatal remark. Florida. 4-IS-vv MADE NECKWEAR.
V for ItJ) and at the first sign of s croupy; "You come from Rangoon, tbenl" Instantly
tobacco, tore a corner off the Ti m1'4- '.O. A. WOK1-.KV
cough, apply frequently Ballard's Snow exclaimed Dr. Blrdwood. pi
v Union, made a cigarette of' the tc Liniment externally to the", throat. 500 The pale face, the slli-noe that couldbe They are now selling

bacco: and paper, and as be put it to --...- felt the request of the :young man ATTORHEY-AT-LAW.

his lips and struck a match on the 11 Years a Dyspeptic.R tbat be- might leave the table all'prepared All General huHlnei. practice entruxtett State will and receive Federal prompt Courts Hi very fast.

'subsequent end of his trousers, said 1]: : II. Poster; 318 S. orb St..- Salt Lake the governor and. the companyfor tenllon.ollico.
the BulxuMinent discovery' that be Drown Ilullillnit. Ave. D and 1UJ
"I like that paper; best in the world; rity, writes: "I have been bothered had absconded Htrett.MIAMI. '
with dyspepsia or Indigestion for 21 from Rangoon with FLORIDA S. SCHNEIDMAN
w made of wood know don'tinjure
pulp, you ; years; tried many doctors without relief; owe public funds.
the bellows nor corrode the ,recently I got a bottle of Herbine. One
.
.
U ITCH ELI, I* I'HICE:7TUlWEY Men s Outfitter and Practical Tailor
bottle cured I off
me. am now
silver on a man's tongue.; taoerloE 1
..
on the second. I have recommended ito .. sad tk. Ooelor.It :
my friends; it is curing them, too." would be well If In negotiation AND COVNSKLLOlAT

Here's a hint for tho new citj.council ; g"c'' .. with a view| to matrimony the doctor LAW -

i ,. : Fort Scott, Kans., has punned were to l>a ,Mo4)) }JII as an acueaaory to WIllI.rne'.11I. I nil the(',,"rt8,Htnte mid Pel'
the god ot Love who la proverbiallyblind tral. Spwlurattrntlon given 10 Crlln-
an ordinance prohibiting piano The Best Prescription for Malaria no4 'nerefore rvtmrdleaa of con- net|,Kenl Estate!: Luw.Otllto .and Probate CITY MEAT :MARKETFlorida

playing between 10 p. m. and 7 a. Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove1 ae<]tiencu ., Tb family doctor: can do : AVENUE!: C MIAMI FLA. and Western Meats
in., und all trains arriving at the Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron mach to 'prevent unwboUMoni a>arrlagea Poultry, Game and Eggs.

place are crowded,with hnnneHeekers and. quinine In a tasteless form No and,we look ""IbDllch) greater, P. ATKINSON, Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.
vI cure, No pay: Price 50 cents. confident to the fruits of JiLl (teachlpg II ,
>? .- and perawtiilDO than fcO +fcuUlarly suBrtU ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH '

An Iowa editor, E. N. Bailey of tbe Excursions aetme t .- h Medtca}Journal.Pl VOTARY PUBLIC, ---- -- -

Iowa Falls" Tribune, l is offering at Cheap Coast Line.Via the Atlantic i,0- .r Hr..rat .... MIAMI, FLA :...................eeeeee>ee.e>eee eeeee.ee eeeeeaaa a:
auction sale the account of his delinquent S S
subscribers. Down here in Meeting of Sovereign Grand Lodge olOdd Any woman who take a sea 'l'OYI/ftt MEDICAL AND SURGICAL :
should be careful not to play or sing .. i H. L. HILLIER
Florida the prosperity of all classes'of Fellow in Baltimore; Maryland, hymn Aboard ship except at the regular
September am to 26th. 'Tickets on sale Sunday morning sorvtce. Sailor Ilt.8. U. WOODSPlll'MCIAX I
people makes such a ,course un- : WHOL8SALK AND '
I ? September 17111, i8th, I9th and loth. think singing hymn at any other time RETAIL
A But just watch the AND SIJUGEOX
Buceamiry. popularity
I Is bound to bring bad luck. 'It la all :
4 of tbe "why don't you pay Special summer excursion rates to bad: they say, 'a* having a'' parson OIU,'''.Clmimtlw Ave next to Mononlc TmnpleJlmliloiice TOBACCONISTCigars
Bill Builey, "scheme. Hot Springs, Arkansas. Tickets on sale aboard, which la reckoned a sure alga Datum Street near Depot,

I Wednesdays September and Saturdays yrtb. Limited and sixty Including that the." chip will go to "Davy Jones'locker. WEST PALM BEACH, }'LA, : Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Etc., Etc.

A week ha passed since we drew days. C. HOOD, M. D, : CANDIES :
.oQ
the attention of the Lake Worth OB 0.... f.. .tt.Mett... I II. -
I News o the dangerous; condition off Special summer' excursion t
f D. C. 'TIckets on sale daily until one, thing: upon which we may congratulate Once ovur Slrohm'i tore. WEST PALM Cold Soda '
the sidewalk In front of the News
'
'1'' September*3oth. Fifteen 'days stopover our..lves In thin case" 11KACII. ItMiilouca near Royal I'oln- : Ice Cream soda Lunches to Order During Season
property on Clematis avenue and in each direction. 'Final limit October ."WT r. you haven't even found an cl Iana Howl PALM IBACH. uiT Ice Cream
# nothing has so far been done to 3ut.LuwIner. iIIIpcwtan'plen" SBMINOLB; BLOCK:, wEST PALM BEACH

t remedy the trouble. The walk tourist' tickets will be 'sold -That's J'Mt (Kjy. can rest assured Aio> B. I'OTTKK, M. !>., :..a.................................................
that
DO Inooeent P fW>fT l 18. going to suf -
should be built at once or a red '
until September jotli to the
,principal tw.-Waahlnctoa Roar, 8-U8-9H: W.:HT PALM BIUC r1.A.C .
i light hung out as a sign 'of dangerto resorts throughout the country,,'limited

the unwary pedestrian. to return October jist. __ plaid W..... P. PLATTS M. D. UmderaridBuildiq materialSASH.

For fall Information and Wee from "Toor, angers seem twisted and .
brul e4." we write the PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
The force of the editorial In the my point see any agent of the Atlantic on pod which DOORS AND BLINDS' BRICK LIME AND CEMENT
form tbe Tell'irramM
t .medium of,,conversation WitJa delivered all hours of the duTFla
,; last icune of tbe Lake Worth News, Coast Line, or write Frank C. Boylston, the 4eon4 ,dumbyouu.: "Are you and night. NAILS AND BUIDDERS1 HARDWARE. MASURY'S HOUSE

in reference to dangerous/: sidewalks Commercial Agent: 138 West Bay street' oar the ball taaiff ,at your laUtutJoq U-2q..tjO FolI.'t PJKII.CK.; PAINTS. F. W.' BIRD Sf. SONS' FAROID S ROOFING ANDSHEATHING '

f close by the two newspn per offices nckoooville[ e, Florida. ''"No air." ha write In p-ply to pup : PAPERS-: "
DENTAL
winds the foci --.e.--- qoestlon. "I have take* i up a cogrse 1 fa Orders filled .
scattered to the by auullin..loop.. promptly. Write us for estimates.,

k that the unbuilt portion of walk"at Por Sal.! U. ". MACY EAST' QOAST LUMBER ANQ SUPPLY CfJ. ,

the News office is in front'of the pub 10,000 Porto.Rico pineapple plants for Tfc. ...... D''WIA -....._. "r .. OENTIBT General Office Eau Gallic, Pit'!IVarela '
lishers' private property. By not sale, 1:JS.oo'pe. 1,000. Apply to Wallace Van dur Whoop Y... Mia Office
Blnuo, I 'the l In Jefferson Block at Titnuvlllo. Eau Ga1ll Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach..
building this portion there has been H.Moses, opposite Bank building; -Clematis am youngest member of WEST PALM BRACH; PJpIUDA
r Avenue*West Palm, Beach,' For one of the olduit fuoillles In N.w York I
'committed direct violation of tbe
\ a MIA Blnn (envloua>.-I Aop't'doubt
'.olty' ordinances. The "dip" north Ida. aS29toeg that Ira tbe" OIArt"family-4f'yoil'ra NOTARY PUBLIC Mechanics '
n''i'lie Here: !
';of the Tropical San office to on city i the youngest member I-Kmart set, :
fib' label onyour paper snows to you GUY I. METCAfcF, ,
,
the spot
vacant being
property,
what date your subscription'is "paid. T... t. a- ..
number 9, according to,, the v 'NOTARY PU8LIO The greatest'promptness and courtesy. together with honest dealings
alley
The Tropical Sun would be glad to have Husband (In ,aa .-slde to bla wife* -
,; ".city map; It is therefore tbe ,duty-of all arrears settled promptly. tfakae If you cant think of some more aned- Forth.. State of Florida at Large will make 'you our patrons. 'Work called for and delivered oa short

the City Council to construct a proper -, dotM'of-Our"children'"Ian.rtnes. ")ef* Deeds, lfol'tJ_l>fnft l..aura...d. and Contracu" notice In,and part oi'towu,'east or', west side.'

I :E'I crossing./: Will the News now K ifl CUII ,tingready KO home Vlgbt t'W-ll'away/natelngs for they're'ret- All work Coovsjam-tni ll".n..d:n legally Siwrlatty.. Correct. r

please"ece itself as others see ItZ"t M4 mimtttfIU .about theirwo.Biauuf Ollie. In ra"I'r'L His Blork. STRAHAN'S 'BAUNDBY
KMMiy* t/Sht Jki American- ,> .wf Palm Beaeb, Did. <:VII at".,Florida. STEAM: :?



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I ... TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, SJEI'TEHBK 9, 1903 :3 j

----------- -- .. .
The ..
COUNTY FATHERS following --- -- -- -
bills -- -- ------
were approved aDd -- '
ordered p51(1 out of the Cheap Excursion to Baltimore. rJ

HOLD MEETINGContract 001'8114 Morrltt'" 'Ieklt, work oa rnall.nand..fund.. n.D2:1: : 711 On account of the oyerelgn Grand I i? i\ i\ ?

G L Chaualur Weat".I.v.Ul..U', br.II' 112 .110 Lodge of Odd Fellows, September 21st I Ccr t Ccr Cw tta t Cal I C csr 3 ccl, iw iCCt c, iCr, Cc, : 4-t
W road work. .................. 141>1 8iJ to a6th. 1093 the Atlantic Coast Line I ro
Awarded For Building of W D SPotter, road, work................... 8T 12 .III'Rell ) {' 'i'Y f
Dl'hlltOrH, excursion tickets at the follow- i '
CoustruetingsldowalkJ 1Jjrj
Boynton-Delray Road. Ac- on brhl(11... ....... .. ... ... ......:.... .. 201-11 00 Ing low rates : ro

(counts Passed. !E 1\L O'N.III. Hund"o., road work......,. 142 110 Only one fare plus ft for round trip 1.fJ! f
Creo."W,,, road .... .RUGS. k, >?
It work. .... /?,,? 00 from all stations. lr SI
Cothran ,,
p roll fnrrock ;;. !
trllhl. J
The Board of County Coinnusaloners B A FI''o'' ". salary' u. ION... ,,,,,".,. T1I1 28 :211 110 Via all rail routes, tickets on sale Sep. .

met in regular session in Miami on Sep John ( odinan, u 40 l 00 tember I7th, iSth jgtU and 20th, from i .
U L C"aodl.I',.aaI'Y) ,(,. AUIIHt..; Jacksonville and all other r'ffJf& '
tember 1st Ptesent: R E: McDonald, II n ( 'us on points. 1. 1 '
Fickle t
F C Aicher, S A Belcher and John Sew Aetna Powder. PRY roll fur 1'0a.1, work... 20M 04 Tickets via all rail routes will he good C ( r 'h I 4t;
Co., < i
1)'t.
"
1 ,
ell; John Frohock, sheriff and R C Dearborn III.B .,........ .. ........... .........and.. ...t.lriO 114 returning, leaving Baltimore not later {tg ". :'f\ I I .. fJ!
}'I'ILllk than
,cleric. Chairman Ceo W Laluhart W Sanctiul. a. 1111'.01110...,.... ::11 TO September afith, but must be deposited -, ,.
being absent R E McDonald 1I81110rs. use Uf drlllM o"d, buttery 6 00 with joint agent Immediately on ;
was elect- W II Jtulkms{ ballllnl arrivAl __., _. __..._ Ife ti I
.'''-"- ... Baltimore 1 t '
ed chairman pro tem. F BCit-W,'1'.... _.. .._ 1 00 ? OM14 n ce VI ''U fj
: u" IU" e..I'Ol'o. ,," ::1.1\1&\) II five cents paid i; ; time 1 of I ; i 11
JRfINunl deposit
By [
Minutes of last meeting read and ap. .. fold 01 .. : j
:101 00 l
proved.The It 'puy roll fur road, work 01-.111111 811 payment of one dollar in addition to the' f. and Small
(
petition of James Arnold for 'otllrllll. 0,1 a. 'orullllL".,......,,..,. !i0: 00 twenty-live cents referred/ to above, tick- 'ft; arr'g'e |
J .
i
per It O'Nexl 51111L17.......,................... ao 00Totalloallmy ets will be extended to permit leaving I" uy Y''
mit to sell liquors, wines and beer In y

election district No. 3,.having been advertised { Baltimore not later than October 3 1J' f1
fm
The fullowingUills upon belorf executed by the joint agent. I I
according to law and no objec were approved and
filed ordered paid out of the Bureau of Information in Baltimore depot rog
tions name was granted. General fund:
The. petition of the Beach Club for Mlsmf' PrlxliowCuprhElu,2' asMm will give passengers full directions ,, \M.1

permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in F Ii: 0 iin lOB>. Co nharlty'. loe. ... ........................... I\I 00! where Tickets to find will\jl be jut? valid agent.only for contln. I'' 'p,;' Prices Ranging; from 75C

election district No. 3, having been advertised John .Ho,. .j'r.vriv. ::;:;;;;: 8 (00' tit""" I
J : 1 1111 uous return, passage, leaving Baltimore #!l
,
.. according to law and no objeiitions !- C 0.,111,11'. '' .......... n 011 on dale executed !" to $35.00 r
1181 IV 11 >ruw, .....,.... by joint agent. fJ 1 x '"
filed same was granted. I .. .. suptill-''.. ........... 80 OTIS
Toe petition of W L Burch for permitto IV n ..... ............... 21>1 Attention is called. to the schedules, of iij! / fJ!
S"ler, the ylN
wat..rhIA'Coeo..lI..t. trues... 1 25 Atlantic Coast Line. Train No. 32 F
sell liquois, wines" and beer in election J J M Sterling, salary. .. AIIA'.t.. .. ...,....... 12 110 leaving Jacksonville at 8:10 a. m., daily, I "
district No. 10 was received and or l' HItlllterN. ............... 811 88 Is the fastest train between
Iced Crooo l'hal'. drag 'ur plool1<" ... 7U 'I Jacksonvilleand 1'
dered advertised. ro
_. Y"" n" A V, lle.VHvr.. sal Jlllrl .l..1.l..u,.. ua o0 the North, reaching Baltimore 9:13: J I ""it i" fr
"" "'
The petition 01 j u Bryan for permitto K C Dearborn sal I nu sell liquors, wines and beer, in election F T IluilKo/\ supple 4 ;
twenty-two minutes
4.JMwim"PlI"r"r"'f" quicker than any ,N fii /
district No. II was received and ordered 'Ul'llrIHuner.' ... -tin other line. ,
I (HidliiKlunatlri. Dining-car service, Sayan- ft L

The advertised.petition of D L Pope for permitto M Waltc-r E: Iriihor KltrlilnK.. ', Huppllun"gouda.....to....Hnimn.. m H i 20 00 10><) nab regular to Baltimore Pullman buffet and New service York on, this'ifc also'' f\ A. S. Botsford r

sell liquors, wines and beer in election MiirHliiill. .to ltrnce,uurrtgxge .
district No. 3 was received and ordered \ ll.on4 Klyo.xnppllrs.. | | ]|, .......,......... '"" 1 110) ville, Baltimore and New York. / !,: | f
II
advertised. IlruoknrACo, two pimpum........ 11 O() .
1)r }* T IIkllll'lI'. two vlxlt, to/pill. ...... 1 D 011 s For full Information and rates from
The petition of Wm F Cash for permitto F E C lotBl Co, IlKhlH. any point see of the '
..... n 7(, any agent Atlantic F kj The Ladies' t51/ ;
OutfittersFew
Hell liquors, wines and beer in election Kelly Hprlliu, { Road. holler Cn.ltiwdiliiH T OH Coast Line or write Frank C. Boylston / /

D W .Mornn, "Ulury. ............ '
district No. 3 was received and ordered Aiittunt 40. ()ID Commercial Agent 138 Went -L a
\\ H JuiiltliiH. olllllll.t ... .. ..., Bay street "
advertised Hiituli-lnM .. .... ._ .tnMm ...\
; CIIIM Slicrliliin. cliurlty.,. .....,.,... H Oil Jacksonville, Fla. rJ)
Messrs. Walden and Mathers appear. J E UI"'UI" .. .......... ... .. It tlO --.- [: i

ed before the Board to protest againstthe AIM 0011.. .nn.. ..... ........... M (jo Owes His Life to
engineer of the road roller having Win Merkvl, .. .... ............ 5 00 a Neighbor's Kindness, _
certain J F Million milury. ...... ..... ........... ..... 40 OO Mr. I). P. .Daugherty, well known r''
roll of road
refused to strips on BC DOllrbor". throughout Mercer J. of Our Sale '
rn-urdliiK tux unlo HHU. la: 1e and Sumner counties Special Prices
their places on account of the conditionof i John Frohock mindrleii...,........... .,....,, n, oo W. V 1\. most likely owes his life to
the road. A committee of three,'cou It E: McDonald. Com'r I day 4 inlhmKu 7 :35: the kindness of a neighbor. He wax almost I A '

slating of R E: McDonald 1, S A Belcher F C Aichor, 18 I HO, hopelessly afflicted with diarrhoea; Common Glass :
John "Newell' !, ? 14 Q() was attended hv l two physicians who Lamps, $ .35 1 .
and John Sewell, was appointed to investigate 8 A Itiilchur .. him little if M
| 40 gave any relief when a
the condition of the roads and I>r P T Hkimeii, limucy Lang I.oi-ktitt 4 OO neighbor learning of his serious condition Large Nickel ,Lamp, fine for reading 1.75,1;

report on same at next regular meeting. J A Kiiinm, ? ............... 1 00 brought him a bottle of Chamber
It was ordered by the Board that cardsbe J F Hurtvnliuw, ........ ...... 1 (oo lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Fancy Parlor Lamps 3.25 up
T E Chuathnni, .. Lodctitt' ..... ....... 100 Remedy which cured him In less than ,
printed and posted in county jail Ito S AduiMM. .. .. .............. 1 oo' twenty-four bourn. For sale by All ---- ,-
giving a copy of Sections I and i, Chapter UrOhimM Morrlll lun'iicy lire. Uu..... i.: OO Druggists and Medicine Dealers Ilyi

5360, Florida Statutes, for the ben E: II Dlinlck .". 1 oo I ---.-- Ladies Sewing Rocker golden oak $1.50 r
efit of prisoners who might desire to take J McOlnloy.. 1 oo Devoured by Worms. )
Dr H C Hood 1, lunacy, W ir UliurkoJ. : HO
advantage of same. This jaw providesfor J C Htowi.ru, .. l oo Children often cry not from pain Wicker Porch Rocker 1.75 i
the employment of prisoners con- W ItMoMUH.. '., 100 but from hunger although fed abun f Il ''

fined in jail awaiting trial for misde It E McUnnnld Com'r 1 day extra.... :3 OOH dantly. The entire trouble arises from Seven-piece Toilet Set 3.25 .'-.
F Atkinson, Mill ,... attorney........... :2.1 OO inanition their food is not assimilated 1
meanors. e Jurors and witness fee .. ................... 22: 00 but devoured by worms. A few doses of ,
Bids for placing rock on road fioin White's Cream Vermifuge will cause THE J. B. McGINLEY COMPANY

Boynton to Delray, were opened as follows Total auni-nit und....... ... ........... 1700 IS them to cease crying and begin to
thrive at once very much to the surprise The Largest Exclusive Furniture House in South Florida
:
There
being no further business, the and joy of the mother 25c.

Freeman Bro 330 per cubic yard.C Board adjourned to meet Monday October --- 'i '0 ..

B Mayberry, yjft C per cubic yard.R 5th, 1903 The talk Is now that Sir Thomas Lip. EOltOU O. BUTL.KK I
wC BOLE
B MoLendon and G B Baker,_ 39 C -.e pi 3ILOi1EiA a 1'AR
ton will win a fairer trophy than theAnterien's 1
per cubic yard A Record. cup. He may win one of i iAmerica's Now Gr cricand CIVIL ENGINEER Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia
E: L Crenshaw, 34C per cubic yard.
maids. Miss Alice Revell of r
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a Sell FLORIDA
BEACH ,
PALM ;
E: A Froscher, 37>' c per cubic yard.
remarkable record. It has been In use Chicago Is the charming young woman ARE yon GOING j
Fred Rutter 390 per cubic yard. for during which lime
over thirty years who is now mentioned as the recipientof +
The bid of Freeman Bros. was accepted I' many million bottles; have been sold and attentions from Sir Thomas that seem our patrons are GEO. HASLEHURST & SON North or West p rl'
used. It has long been the standard and ,
and H F Atkinson: attorney for the \ invited to visit our
main reliance in the treatment of croupin to indicate impending matrimony. Sir !
Board, ordered to draw contract cover- store or have us call Contractors and BuildersP.
thousands of homes yet during all Thomas' devotion to Shamrocks may be if1 '

Ing same. this time no case has ever been reported on the wane aud orange blossoms may for your order for
The Board then adjourned to meet at to the manufacturers in which it l O. BOX 304
his "
be favorites. '
soon '
failed to effect a cure When given as anything in ., TIlE f
1:30: p. m.Board .- ,
--
soon as the child becomes hoarse or even
met pursuant to adjournment.A as soon as the croup cough appears it You Know What You Are Taking S. H. RICHMOND, Agent Louisville & Nashville R. R. r
petitiou signed by Charles Peacock will\ prevent the attack. It l is pleasant
and nine others in regard to the Cocoa- to take many children like it. It con When you take Grove's TaBtele:* Meats and GroceriesWe Perrine Grant Land Com alp I? 1 r
,
received but tains no opium or other harmful sub Chill Tonic. because the formula is offers unexcelled passenger ser- lr ,

nut Grove Boulevard was stance and may be given as confidentlyto plainly printed pn every bottle showingthat handle Poultry, Eggs, Butter, UK A I. KSTATK. vice. Modern trains ,ui' { I
no action taken on account of shortage a baby as' to an adult. For sale by it Is simply iron and quinine in a CUTLER. FLORIDA carrying 4p

of fund All Druggists and Medicine Dealers. tasetless form. No cure., No pay. 50 cts Cheese, Fruits and Vegetables. I'ullman sleepers up to-date 4t'' ,

County Judge filed his report of fines, -- 'conches, free. Reclining; Chair'Cars
forfeitures and costs for the month of Prom Cures Blood, Skin Troubles Cancer, J. M. fROCK and j 1;
Cars ,
the Dead. Blood Poison. Greatest Blood Purifier Dining: between ,1&
August. PROMPT DELIVERY OF ALL ORDERS CONTRACTOR AND VUILDEltConLlnctM },
Q, W. Lamlis "Porter" for the Free. Southern and Northern .cities. f"
of
the Peace
The following Justices Oriental Hotel Chanute, Kan., says: blood is thin diseased A SPECIALTY fur atone' Brick unit
If your impure, Wuoden IliitliliiK!I The finest dining car service in at
filed their of Goes, forfeitures it to suffer with 1 y
; reports "I know what was hot or full of humors if you have .
and co for the month of August: II neuralgia deed I did and I got a bottleof blood poison cancer, carbuncles, eating General Foreman Work Solictlml the South k,

P Branning, E: F Ilaines W L Forrey, Ballard's Snow Liniment( aud I was sores, scrofula eczema,. Itching, risings Postoffice Box 195 PALM BEACH .
raised from the dead.' I tried to get and bone BROS.Clematis --
lumps scabby pimply skin FABER ,
Mitchell.
J C Gramling and S D .
but before I bad 'depoaed'of
some more, psins catarrh, rheumatism or any
The bond of Fleda V Blackman for bottle I was cured entirely. I ; disease. ALL AGENTS ''
my blood or skin take Botanic Public\ School SELL!; THROUGH {, rs, ,
Notary Public of State-of ''Florida at am telln' de truth too. 150, soc and Blood Bnlm (B, It. B. ) according to Ave. near I W. ARTSON, TICKETS; VIA t dso rd d

Large, was received and approved.The 11.00. directions. Soon all sores heal aches t
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and pains'stop, the blood is made pure
following bonds for carrying fire The next session of the Florida Tea- and rich, leaving the skin free from Electric TAILORINC-, L. & N. R. R.
arms approved: and the rich Wiring.From
were chers' Association will be held in Lake every eruption giving glowof .
Clarence Leather, with A G Rlegei perfect health to the skin. At the In All Its Branches
and Joel A Dean as sureties.H City for four days beginning December same time, B. B B. improves the digestion --

C Hood with Dan Cosgrove and G 29th 1905 aud ending, January tat, 1904. kidneys., cures Just dyspepsia the medicine strengthens for old weak peo- now until December 1st PRESSING' CLEANING, For rates, schedule and sleeping car 1

A McKinnon as sureties.W ple, as It gives them new, vigorous DYEING'' AND REPAIRING reservations apply to .... 'hvJ'e.1.
.
M Burdine, with L S Johnson andC Consumption Threatoned.C. blood. Druggists per large bottle, ttta Peninsular Construction Company ,. +
home Shop on Olive St. West Palm Beach M. FLEMING:: r.
II Watson sureties. Unger, an Maple street' Champaign with directions for cure. Sample ,
as
,
Emil Koch with W M Pope and. R J -Ill., writes: "1 was troubled wim free and prepaid by writing Blood will do electric light Installation -'- -- Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. R. R. :. 1';'
Co. Ga. Describe trou- .
Balm Atlanta
,
backing cough for a year and I thoughtI & 206 West '
Geo. S. Hacker Son Bay St., ]Jacksonville Fla.
medical advice also I J J'G.
Peck as sureties. had consumption. I tried a great ble and special free in all its branches, at actual (
E H Dimick with E F Ilaines and W many remedies and was under the care sent in sealed letter. B. B. B. is especially L STONE ,. ;

II Sanders as sureties. of physicians for several months.and Tar.I used It cases advised of impure for blood chronic and'skin deep-seated disease cost. Write to us, or ask for eat(. CZ General Passenger Agent, i ./'A 4rl
bottle of Foley's Honey -
Dan Cosgrove with H C Hood and G one cured me, and I have not been troubled and cures after all else falls. Louisville :Ky.. ,' ;:; i

A McKlnnon as sureties. since." Dimick & Riegel. -- mates '

H W Padgettrwith J D HlKgidbotbani -- A Baltimore & Ohio passenger train ,;k1 5

and J W Johnson as sureties. "I had diabetes in Its worst form" I established world's record Monday by Peninsular Electric t3 .<\ ;:, '

G A McKlnnon, with H C Hood and writes Marlon Lee, of Dunreath, Ind. covering the 128 miles between Chicago "-.. ---- ""

Dan Coagrove as sureties. "I tried eight physicians without relief. Junction, Ohio and Garrett, Ind., in Consti uction Oo. this tgnatnre Is on every. box of the' genuine \:; }'
filed his report for Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney Laxative 'I,
County Treasurer & leg minutes. The highest rate of speedattained : Bromo-Quinine TableD
the month of August showing the following Cure made me a well man. Dimick on the run was 85 miles an ,West Palm Beaoh, Fla .*
amounts in the several funds: Riegel. ,'__ hour No Hops were made ae ty

General fund, $O'39. Many persons in this community are -HI "

Fine and Forfeiture fund, 1,581.66.. suffering from kidney complaint who To Cure "-(:old in One Day A. WILLSON MANUFACTURERS OF FOIEnnONEYANbTAR '

School fund 19 85. could avoid fatal results by using Fo. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- L. Doors, Sash, hs'eaudnas ears 111. .plta,..

Road fund, $0.74. ley' Kidney Cj"'?: :_ ,_ lets. All druggists refund the money If : OF Blinds % & +
"- MANyifAOTUiiicn MouldingsAND
.
it falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signsture S ,
Game Warden fund 4008._ The people of Lakeland are planningto : Is on each box. 15 cen ts. -

Total. $1,632.72. hold a big poNtical picnic at an early Boots and Shoes Material KIDNEY DISEASES yare -
and Building
The bills approved ,
following\ were dale, when all the State candidates will .11 ,

ordered paid out of the Fine and Forfeit be invited to speak. CHARLESTON, S. C. I

ure fund ,. t-. Largest Factory South. the most fatal of all dis '
BoardingDenlrilble Uepairing t In,A 1\\ Kinds of Leather .
John Frohock, teed olprboners.,1297: 40 Fearful Odds Against, Him. Send for Prices' eases.FOLEY'S. _
.. criminal pronecutlon 159 BO and destitute. Such
alone I
Bedridden Goods Done.
Neatly (
E Brooker; "_ 7 110 In brief was the condition of an old sol who wish a ,pltuiHantplace I KIDNEY CURE It a
'R O'Neal. s" .610 of J J. Havens, Versailles to stop at 'wh.:.., '0 West Palm
.
dier by name
E. M. BRELSF01U: ) Suaraatnd
R 8 Flanagan, *T .'.' 6 'TO .- For be was Kidney Bench, will nod "MINARET COTTAGE," Raaadj ,+
.... O years snorh Taped
BF Hainan, "*..' 11' 'T8 disease and neither tnedicines on Olive Street between Evorulu and futon>t' Bncistia

J M Williams '" 18 :10: gave him relief. At length he Fern just such a place, Nice, clean Real Estate or money refunded. Contains ,
n P Braanlow" 1015 Electric Bltteis. It pot him on bU rooms neatly fitrniHhtHl I Comfortable ,
tried
C f Metcair. v 8145 feet In short order and now he testifies: beds;, /good wholesome food ; VERY and HorseMie Shoes remedies recognized by emi- .

J C Or.mllnR 8 06 "I am on the road to complete recovery' lone... ; the PALM BEACH:FLA., vent physicians as the best for ;x
A E Heyaar.. 1960 earth for Liver and Kidney & "
J T Sanden, ." 110 00 trouble Best on and all forms of Stomach. and ......a be aeeommodatedTabis board POE> TENDER FEaT Notary 'Public. Cottages to Rent KIdney and Bladder' troubles.
WItnen ........ 20 110 I V ,' '.
tees to various periods Bowel Complaints. Only soe. I D' f PRICE 60a.M4SI.Oa.THE .
;; 84toot. ; teed by All Drngglnts. a Gu.r.u-j|i I upeclalty.MRX.. FRANK DARLING. Ofrre St; Ntri of New. Jefferson Block patca,!.Booth ol."Polaelaaa, Hotel,.
Total Fin and'Forl.. tu.. tiiaJ.B08;


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4 THE TROE'JCAL 5TIV, WEST PALM BKACII, FLORIDA,, WEDNESDAY SRPTEMfER 9, 1903.

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:1 .Window to woo .tho.ifccnt .I Florida East Coast Ry. Coast LineTHE

t, I THE INDIAN WI10REMEMBERED I II ''In.ud tve .may pick'up! h sparkle or.;'wo" '

that room; for a big house part la\

on at Sliucoo Lodge }lust now, and the 28 $$903.s GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA
:. wealthy Mrs. 'Ylucluud laone Qt ,the' ,LOCAL TIME CARD No. '49. In Effect May ,

giieHta',The 'ouliF,fellow sleepa\.h that ...TIlIIOU. fiD DOWN NORTHBOUND-HEAD UP.tTUIONl. --' LONNECTIONS------

: 7Jy ft. A. Brace wing over ,tlioru so .we. need have no. -

fear. of arousing blm. ;Then.we'llbtck, j ..... liD.t/ No.B8 No.tsDalq'

(6 our iceboat and be under'cover Daly. aU7. Ball/ To
-: Copyright 1WO, hy T. a McClure I 'again Over its own rails to
The
before they know we've paid '''In a via.It. Savannah
East
,
.......... .... .. / 10a L* .buknonviIls ..... l a e tD
. ." 11 1 eta ,:.::::::::.:::: Jwknnnrtbo.. .I.L..: C Charleston, Richmond and '
.. .. bp7pti + Wash-
., Ia
Bam Augustus( was of the Algonquin Barn opened those little eyes o? hla ti Y pn016a.11 pia .: :.........uHafalnir"Augnells..............:...:... W. xnMKI ,ington thence via

tribe, a typical Indian of these days ofr"'rvfttlolla wider. lie was not overglftod with an t p a dl ea p.bt- a Na/ sip via All Rail Pennsylvania Ry"The
-tr jffrrtVu ::: a d'sa U p'i ..
active brain, but reference to Rim- -- -- --- '------"----
Bhlftlemi and ad. w .v; .
lazy ... .. ... l ..rlj.a. -
dlcUnl to strong drink. An an Indian be toe Lodge hud sharpened his Intellect. .,C5 ToTb LoulMvllle & Nashville '

I :vus more or 1.!'*>* desplwHl by the whtte For aimcoo Lodge was the home of -Q iTToaaifci e West via Montgomery
Bd Dnifton. and had not Ed Dale tonWell r iw ..V.Maoa-a TT ..Ia Q rQ
men with whom he came in contact. pe .. ....,.B.nnells....... .... I teoa t t4 p The Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery
but was much too easy going to bo dluturtxKl Sit in AuaTiistu 'drew closer to P p .. .. 141 2Sp'slS

by that. ;The 'potweHMor of a the cabinylnclow.; : a i-oSKft-.:. .I5.e

email fann 'on Georgina Island,"be was The speaker'* companion made. no reply -\ X>ajr
so tar true to the traditions of his onowtors for some minutes. When be did ; 3"o ,The East t York. Philadelphia Boston. New

peak, there was a tinge of bitterness I 8 Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington
aa to allow Mrs. Sum AuguHtus sal n....... .a/1t. and Haiti.
t. hla words: ........ .Oaoua o more
to earn bin living for which ahe < *
bin d Et jtwtleAq .. .. llat0 fl0 ii "S* Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners
cheerfully ilil, reaping harveHt In theeuuimer "I'm with ye. Rats. I agree with I 16e.. p ,i!!!!! *!*!*.!! >a.i6.llle\ ....... lea..llo6. 5-ss via steamship! f any for Baltimore and Philadelphia.Transportation Lom.
Out wben'a the bloomlii' bin to a, .Molboiirn .... ...... .1 e.6. NU *
ye. ?
time by weaving boskets of p .SitbaatlaB .................... .it toHOS8 :> ? -
? p >
sweet grass. and retnls. for the holiday nd? They'll .spot our key soon nave r ..,....... ........ .ff9lK+ i WEST -- ei
smikurs+ who annually .vlMlted Beevrr- fear, an' to toy uII 4' we'd1; better .Py. Pl"rc .. .......... .... ilf ilfll eepnor s < TO KEY via Peninsular & Occidental
... I M .
ton. scoot down to Jae1uo Point'right e. IL..e.I .... sbWana.. .................. /1' ps/Na1MP and
away an' get buck .to -(Toronto; \ trout .... ...... .. ... Jetnon .:. ........... .... x 1p.//lace HAVANA I Steamship
Henvprton .
was the most plcturestjue {1. ........ .... .1. 3 p eeuDg.i Company
:apt on the shores of Luke Simeon, but there egp :'flab.panEuuhA : ... ........... no 1 r. sa w -- -- ------ .
"nab!" rejoined the other. "We simply Wwt juplwr. .. 61 "I -
e Slim AuK"itus, on the oci-nslons of his I I H. :.Waml'alm Nxan11:...,,.,...:. .11T a 3JS .
have to this
:ptii'hMllcnl visits to the mainland, never.stopped got turn trick. Spud. ..o a T l SOMETHING NEW
Then.I'm for home. Comma It'll be a .1 .._I).lrA7 .5.5r .
to contemplate Us various ..S. ...... 0r.sTtlafe.97g a : :
,pulnts of interest. There was but one good, dark night, and we can bag; tbe /Ol.e p p., .. n..andiit .. ... ....... .t a. .eBTapa. Interchangeable1 mileage ticketsliOOlI over 13,000 miles of among the principal|
before midnight for.they danced .. .:..IwmonCtty........, .. a pe.s railroads In. the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
game
Attraction In tbe place for him and until T this morning'and are sure to be / p ,Ir... .., ., ? M1.nd .. ......... ....:::Tn. 00 p| S0"1BOHTlDXTZiBS Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line
thnt. It must be conf d with shame '
tHH ,
< abed early." OV/ :BRANCH LIWE3. rank C. Boyles ton, Commercial W. D. Stark Traveling
1 wan the barroom of the Alexandralloune. Passenger
AtorBui1ding.\
Sam waited to bear no more. The (e"'J! 138 WeatBy street Jacksonville Fla. H. M. Rmerson
aRANOH. O1tAN6a orr'r PSANOS.haeoK. Traffic Manager W. J. Craig, Generall'assenger Agent Wilmington
Siun'n men were thieves, and they Intended DANP02D N. C.
vinlta to Beevettou, or. to be
robbing the home of the only white( a e. o, oZ
to tbe Alexandra House .
inora exact oll arAVtoa -"---
De ll pall D.II Dell .
man who had ever befriended bum 1 --- -- -
nmiiiUy terminated in bla crawling Into

the loft of the hotel stnblo, there ..touleep : Oh, lacy, Bhlftluus Bam Augustus, ;why.. ,. OOp .1010. L ,. ic. Amrmain. p s tg
do you hurry sot ..u....::: rlll ra. .
off the oflWta of the potent nrewuUr For be'waa skating across the lake a ...........llnte ee".. .,...lr.Lh0.. pritll. LvOr.nRe Uly Aria p 4 t/ SEABOARD
he had Imbibed. Hut on a Saturday .na r aka OOVx11N. .Are ItyJn.: Vd10Se.

night In June he enjoyed a novel. aa be hud never skated before Twenty b(iii,iii E1 o. O o. o 11o JAMAYPOST

eXllE'rlt>lIce. nttles stretched: between him and that Ial and AIR LINE RAIL WAY
where D.tb ease D.11y Dodly. rauo D.U", D.IIy. D.IIy.
Paul Wilson bad come to the mill part of the mainland Simcoe aBANOH. Nund.yD .
Lodge stood and be must be fleet Indeed -FOR- .
Hint with kind of '
day and bad
a grain
.
7i.M.kra t. lAa.
.fps ODr +
converted the groin not Into flour but ,to arrive before the boat lIe Ia/.Nix"b4vID. 4e pN P r vr P SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES;;
knew he was getting a good atari, but RALEIGH
II .111
Into RICHMOND:
greasy bits of paper which be .. WASHINGTON DAI.TIMORFI'HILADELI'lIIA ;
; a .Ll/.kJ,1W Te1" pn e '
rflwmod fur more usefuL Then, as be be 'knew too; what an Iceboat could NEW YORK '
do. Ah lucky Sam Augustus, to find
coiuiumed
was with a great thirst and.
the Ice amooth aa glass Instead of be. Tice.. tin*t'eblN.hew lh. limo*M whloi trulni ins r le incnurt fcr> arrive snd d"pari
moreover, had too wherewithal to slake ..r*,.1 l EeUop bul Ituilr arrival or d.parlnre l N the tlmM>tt It. he naturally turned his team toward Jng caked and crusted with enow" I ar1k.0oap.gaoll f r spon.lbl for .ojr el.lq l or >nr.H>nne
the Alexandra 1I011 tt. Matters following On; on through the' night be raced. xcluHively! of Pullman quipmenl.-Dlniug. compose
Compartment
in lotclcul nequenco, Paul Wilson/ In his face blew the first gusts of a loom[ Sleepers and Observation Cars Drawing.
storm, but he plunged through tbe KEY WEST AND HAVANA.PeNINSULAR operated solid St. August! and
developed ere night into a drunken
bully with Sum Augustus the eepeclalotijoct crystal flukes his sinewy legs fairly AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Jacksonville. to New York via Washington, leaving! StlAugustlne: 12: 10

; of bill herturtng Sum. Indeed flying, over the level surface. Mow bo 1> in. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m, daily. .Southbound this train is
could see lights twinkling'' In the' distance IOUTM BOUND. NORTH BOUND. known aa the Seaboard Florida! Limited.
wan In a fair way to get the Ixiating of o11..Tbur......................S 00))e LT H.T.n. Hon., KM .............. ...U lIOn'.
tils life when })<1 Italoton Interfcrod. I and hki Indian instinct! told him ;e.t sua..", ...................... t eo p\ Ar.Knr W... Mon.. Prl................. 8 SI p
they were from a farmhouse not far _.....J.b.,.................. 10eo II t. K"r W..t Tun.Sal,...............Itaoa ONLY LINE
alrton Interfered to such aa eitut .n Moo Ri... ...... Twi ArMi.nliTops..tst.._.... .. ..._.._...., .0 _
the Daleton
from estate. Not
a light
that Paul Wall Mcurted to the village
; hoHpltaL while Sum Augustus ready aould. be seen from Blmcoo 'Lodge h seer .. reel Time Oa.cI or oth.r Inloraiatton add.KK. any .LRltoL

ItoHf, tea a huge row of fir treoa, windbreakers Operating Daily Through Sleepers From
by that time to consent to any proposal, t. XI. JLUIW.; Last Owa. Pa... Agamt., ST. AtraCTSTIWK, FLA.I / .
tbe house from the
acceded to aleton's request to go screened Jacksonville to New Orleans
lake .
pone with him and In the morning Bam pasta _................. ,- -- -------
swung along buoyantly. Tbe

a.at. next moment a biasing\ whistling Three Elegant Trains Dally

A a hour later found Sam tucked into sound came to bin ears, and ha saw a CETfCIT NEWYVRI( Seaboard New York Limited

Nash of white glide past him, to be
the moot cumfurtablu bed be bad ever Seaboard
F I
It was too boat. They would beat 1
the bOO was empty. The Indian bad Tpi1 7 59VAG /MIA MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT;
already repented bin rash promise togo him let He dug his skates. Into the e$ !fG Ff ,

lee despairingly and burled himself
( to work. Still, he took away nothing -
forward. But In a minute or two he I
but himself and bis dirty clothe*.
became hopeful again. It was yet too For full Information and Sleeper reaarvaUons call
wherefore Daleton arguud, he must ypIYGTONSILOUs on any agon
curly for the burglars to begin work
have felt at least half way grateful. "UrI c. Seaboard, or write .
'
6 Tim lie could easily arrive In time to warn % RCNMWYAHQ4 A. O. MACDONELL 0'BOYLSTUN9
summer days pawed away, and the S. Jrli I
r the household.On. Asa't Gen. Pass
autumn shadows lengthened Into Agt. Age"
on'through the night he raced. Passenger
the MarkneHs of winter but Sam Au-
Now be was floundering In snow banks ov TUi tllf Jacksonville Florida.
KustuM Imd. not once appeared at the
that had drifted agalnat the lake cliffs, .
Alexandra House since that night In rjhev JIIARRIM.411
now he was climbing these
rugged
np .
'
Juno. Whatever conjectures the baMttiea -
of the plnce might have hazarded bt'lgbtllOw he had unstrapped his $J .4 $'t -- -

skates, and now, still tireless, be wall
; concerning his absence were driven
bounding acrosa the fields to give the '
out of mind however, by a series of alarm. OfARJCtTECOLuIdIA

occurrences which gave the villagers '
'Not pausing to seek the gate Into the
ample reason for not only much gossip JV Mya$
Dulcton
grounds be leaped the high
but also much alarm.
fence thnt paralleled the flr tree onlyto
Thieves made their presence felt In
alight Upon a human body. Next ax.Cl PP'v'' t' 4
that Sleepy Hollow or Cauuiui. One

burglary followed another In rapid moment be was grasped by no tender A4UYG.it ,, ., "
hands.'ltere. ARM1 ""
sueceaxlon. First It was the residence
what's tills?" be beard voice QIR r ;
a
of tbe reeve that was lulled; then it JII Nw oLe ifll

was the doctor's house and next tbroul exclaim.: "Turn yew gUm oats Pats.Ilere'a :: 4
1T BLACiCYlFor
estate olnce. In every case the a nice kind d a party thatromeee IN+ Gqj

tumblln' on to a man without so s-... t '
crt1 'k won went about their work In a dtLACL (
much as beg par4lm"gt1iD .4VAN1IM
way that proved they were no Dovlees. '
Augustus writhed ::SMOOTH) RUN .
desperately,
Of till thla Sum Augustus waa In profound 'l' ,
but another pair' of brawny hands 4I4te,3 hqG
l uoruiicu. lie and Mrs. Sam
wlzed him, and he was helpless,
yet
were now the only Inhabitant of O or- SOUTIf TERN
y .
he kept up the struggle and aa be & rJCs
gina Island the half dozen: other Indians .
n who fought shouted with all tbe strength of ch-
comprised the normal population
.
hla red man' lungs:
'' bel-iu. away with some wild west RAILWAYct "

For many moon Sam had we- "Thieves) To ON'IIUE
"Blast It stop tbatr commanded the
inulnvd at home wltb his wife fighting voice. "Ye won't tbt Then".. WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE; and %2 oak
manfully mculiiBt! bis lust for drink, I .
There was a click and a report. Sam
but at Inxt a day cam when Sam de- and the EAST. HOT
,
gave a groan and staggered bae k. SpotS SPRINGS N. C.
cided that he must yield or die. So
let him slip to the ground. CHICAGO
wltb the setting of the sun he strapped "I thought I'd atop he CINCINNATI "THC LAND OF THE SKY"

on bin skatua and started over the Ice ye. muttered. The NORTH and WEST. "
to lieu verton. "Buy Bats '! : .. I ANa "The Sapphire Country.

lie bad gone but a few root In the direction Something bright flashed through the I Nawe.t I)........ Imps C..e -r,5i"Weekly Sailings Between
night The Indian bad risen to his ;
of the long pier some six miles I Pvstlin.vr Ca" J'ervtoe'
knees. Spud fell, with the toe of Ou Al Trai. JACKSONVILLE *
distant, when the brisk, snappy winter a ee, T)1 Beet.SOU'rZiFRN NEW YORK
skate In his brain."Thieved"
nor' gave him an Insensate desire to OIALWAY. //1. 1'. CAIIY, Calling at Charleston, 8.C., both wajra.
DI.1r1Cl
shouted Bam. t.eaeflgef,
fuuke a circuit of Goorglna Island be- ids W. 0.y Sir., ..... Jk'I
tore striking out for the mainland. W.A. TV.... P. T. M., 'W.ahlnll1rn. D, C. S., ,H. NFenwcK., a p,A.. CfiYDE NEW
Now' It was not such a difficult task In a ;yard of the old Free kirk at Beaverton w.ii. H,TAYLOa, AO. I' A. Ailanw. .. W..hll\ll1tNl\ p. C. ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINESDirect :

that be bud set bliusvlf.' as Gk-crglna abut la a plain white abaft with this -.++...- "-8_ Service Betwcci. .

three, miles long by two wide. Inscription: : JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,

Tie was pausing a little cove on that AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
e
aIde of tbe intend farthest from bee I BAH AUaVBTUB. MANGOES SAPPADILOES;; Calling; at Charleston both waya.

home when be uutlced what looked uncommonly 1 The India Wh :a-tenoL [ F Q AVOCADO YEARS Southbound BAH-WKieKIV. SAIL1NOS.
fIIIt T f jUU SURANAM tA CHERRIES From Lewi9. wharf, Boston
like
the wind. This a Impressed boar's sail Sam napping as being In Jr -- RSB PAW.PAWS.>HIES, MULBERRIES Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jaokaonvllla

E Clrvelc MM<> Or**-. GUAVAS
a bit out of the ordinary for midwinter,
In Sherman' memorable march to SUGAR APPLES CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
but what gave him a distinct shock
the sea hla forces encountered a toe Sizes Ranging from 12 In. to 12 Feet High Between
was seeing' a light In a log cabin that Jacksonville and'Sanford..
vblch might have turned the tide of
to his knowledge had been unoccupied J. Slopping at Palatka Astor St.
,rents bad It not been for the timely F. HOPGOOD. Nurseryman Francis, Bereiford (DeLand) and
for years.There IntermadJata
\Interference 'of petticoat protection.Aa Landings oa the St. Johns River.
wa* enough of bin ancestors' COR. ROSEMARY AND
tbe serried columns of soldiers\ ad. FERN STREETS Steamer ,".LOUISE 0
blood In bill veins to make him wary,
Jrancod with'great and Imposing pomp
and be conjectured not without reason,' We Ship Quick CAPT. C. II. HOCK
and power down the main ebeet'ofSavannah. Always in Stock
a that whoever was In the'old cabin had
Qa.. a gate suddenly sprang IS APP01HTKD TO 8Alfc AS FOLLOWS :

no right to be there. So be stooped open and emitted a rusty ragged negro Iiauneh Leave loot"Catharine. Htrmt Jwltnonrlllo .................Tumilaya and Suturdayiat 5 p. 'm-

y down. unfastened bla skates, along urchin and a grisly, bench legged SuppliesAUTO leave Hunlord.... ............._??. ........ ...... ... ........._........Mondays and ThurB l..y. at:S p. "
+ them around bIll neck and, awlft aa adoor.
i'' cur both thoroughly electrified with
y ran to the shore of the cove. Cau- curiosity and exclteme.pt. With true SPARKERS General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
tlotmly he crept over tbe snow until he GENERATFRQ i
canine aggresalvenesa the small dog EDISON ULANDE BATTERIES
stood behind the cabin and looked la DRY BATTERIES
barked and bounded with audacious SPARK COILS 1
x through a window. WET BATTERIES

Seated at a little table were two men ferocity while the terror stricken' boy, What do you need CUUPNIt JM 1M W.... '
l4 W.
; Lau.IYet.rAatJackesnviiIIeArt : ;
+ O. : .
YicLI.lame8npni.IJluki.naville
both keen paralyzed; by tile pomp of the pano- We have It I IDon't U. P. ;
vlHagad both well dressed JUliN G .
rama pausing before him without moving let launch ... O. 11 HUWAfDanyerlntendent. Fnot ilniran Ht,
,oar lie idle. AcICITY.tI..n.I J..koonoWcl'pr't r.
If
i1 and both youthful. Overhead bung a Masl'e res.. Art., N.W'Yolk. CLV1 \' .
his eye or changing bin attltada. Write na-Wire Tllrro: u. : : .r.,
ua-Cotne
,, dirty lantern. On tbe table between to;see us. tOItRr!Mnnagor Will. tlLVVtG a A..nlO,
screamed the alarm: "Ob, t.ueaal
them waa spread out a sheet of white aimamf (,h ...rnGK'h Building M.
state Strwt New Turk
,f paper, which they were examining with mammy don't. .let Tige bite. the armrLJppincotfa. FLORIDA ELECTRICAL COMPANY

great interest. IT c..... 29. JI 33 W Foraytbest. JACKSONVILLE .--......... 1
"TW3," Sam heard one say pointingto FLA Semi I.ir :

a mark on tbe }>aper. "J. the'verso-' Foley' Kidney Cute. Home HANON'S -linctory; St I''
West lay
A da entrance I wan telllntc you about. *,t Will Disease. Oa, or U'IJ. Salesroom '.'
core Brlgbt'a Rllel
Office
g leads straight Into the old man's room; .J.J8t.
Hal
Will care Diabetes/ Miinoii'a 413 W. ,

and they say be generally has a tidy Will core Stone la Bladder. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE alinen GTJA.VACANDY Jacknoat111e.Breneh I

gFi gum around farther along here .Is a Will care Kidney and.Bladder Diteaaet SUN Jelly csel.anTuwa.oaE. Htnrvr.aDd AS"!" 'ICo.

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TWO AND AGUIDEBOOK ff ture history by: "all aloud means before, and wo;you look may at read the pic-Its gwtfmrwrwwwwwnntrnr" " " /" " "Itii1111111111111111f11TIt111tttI11F" " " " l


By dinner time they knew more & DROP I IN AT == \. t

Con about- ""tho capitol and the wonderful .,. ,. .. .' I I F {t ty'
'lonlllllbrllry than many a nu. 1 1 1E J' "f I .
By M. MACLEAN JIELLIWELL tlve Waehln tonlan. and they hurt nlHO DIMICK & RIEGEL'S ', \. ass

learned the, height of Washington' .' I -
Copyright, 1KB.\ by T. O MuClurv. monument and all the detail. In/ 'con. : 3 : 1. r'; ell h 't

ncctlon After they with hud Its construction dined they repaired' to g Prescription Pharmacy | PAINT THIS FALLThere's

flow.It did mini! Barbara pri-mmd horwoclx the palm' room whero' to tho nccomna/ 3 no better rainting'time' / than the fall.
5E THEIR PRICES ARE RIGHT
'BOno face nRfilimt the window nlmcnt of sweet
music each Unfolded == 3S Weather conditions are usually! very favorable to f qt ,
pnne and strained her eyes la a vnln to the other various chapters of THEIR GOODS ARB RIGHT '
person' 4
omlnavor to catch a glimpse of theglimniluff nl history which strange, to = THEIR LOCATION IS RIGHT == good results. ,
any thl"1'found the /I
No soak into the lumber aa in
heavy rains to
I white of tho dlHtnnt monument. even more Interesting than the ==: THEIR MANAGER IS RIGHT == .

<< She tend bean In the. bonutlful! history of their country = / "* CALL, AND YOU WILL BE RIGHT spring. L.
capital of her country nearly twenty Barbara's sympathetic! attention and No gnats and flies to stick to the fresh paint. +

bourn" and Bho bnd Been notbtnu-ulwo- undisguised' Interest encouraged/ her 7JJIIIIIJIIIIIIIIlJ1111111111J11JIIIUIII'1 JIIIIIJIIJIIIIIIIIIIIJJIIIIIIlI111C It'i best to protect your buildings against winter t w t r

cutely nothlntr' It. Nearly<< twenty companion to dlacourso at length upon \ weather. ,' ; ..

ham of tho few precious days l of her hilt occupation, prospeitii. hopes" Und You'll get a good job if you paint no'w with I c f+ t ;d?

TlHlt gone In Impotent, bel'ttbl'l'nklngwoltln" ambitions u compliment she returned Reliable and
for Jupiter Pluvlua to oxlmumhlniHflf : In. full being Inspired. to confidence by Satisfactory THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS. PAINT (\ r + ,
.araa..OaT. I.QON seal. W..e..erepr., MO.T BaoMOMtOftl, y'
and retire In favor of old Hoi.A tho delightful discovery that bur li
a fresh Rum, of wind drovo a volley aeqiiiiintuneo, Woe actually the Arthur new' Come to u, fur color cards i I '

of raindrops In a yet fiercer one Howard of whom "Coiwln Tom" was The Americus Fertilizers

, ftlniufht against tho plans and Unshed always talking who had been his Pi- I. I
them In scurrying streams down tho dug Achat at Yalo and hilt comrade' In li' Y

dripping asphalt the girls head drooped arms In Cuba Vegetable, Fruit, and Vine Pineapple, Orange Tree, Nursery Stock and

despairingly and she sighed.Tlio /: Tho precious hours flew only too i Strawberry 1'rici'd on appliclltlon.W >
<
young man who for some time quickly! now. When at last Barbara ,

I bad been watching her sympathetically I felt compelled to any good/ night shetrlppsl B. M. POTTER f'1 'i

over; bin book now threw it aaldo and ,, blithely to bed happy In the I Agent/ American'. Agricultural Chem. Co. West l'alm Bench, [Florida #gg*

utepped to the other window. knowledge l that BUS hud another whole '

"What a day!" he said an the Ivy dny In Washington. and that, no matter --- S tiZzS&SZfrgSjLj

pllnglng: / JBporntrly to the wall was how biwy her' father' might bo, she LAKE WORtH BOAT WORKS .- %-- -

toffee'd hither and thither by,' tho bol... would not have to upend it alone. :.- .: : ?

tvrntiit wind. Not even the undeniable. fuel that it A. T It() B. Proprietor. SOLD BY i ,, +:

The ",rl's face brightened, and she wns still ruining' when Barbara pulled Launches Yachts, Sail and Fish Boats, Row Boats oDd Dingby w ,

turned to him liupetuoiiHly. up her window blind tho next morning Built to Order, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out. ll t I .r'I
"Ob thank goodness! you bave spoken could dampen her buoyant spirits a ,
Boat Yards at; Mangonla.
at Matt! I was going to start the con.'ferKlltlol1al fly a strange/ chance Mr.' Howard
boll my elf. I simply reached' tho dining room door Just OHIlarbiirn 10-18.tf P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH: FLA M. E. CRUBER

couldn't stand the nllonce any longer. and her father appeared and, -- -- .
,'.
Do you know I have not uttered one poppa having cordially greeted "tho GRAFTED' ; IVY S i .k '

wont this morning since I ordered my Mr' Howard who minted'. Cousin Tom BUDDED u lgoba Mangoes: ,, 7d t

breakfast. It's an unpreeedonttxi' reo- through that dreadful fever In Cuba" t

ord but tho tttrnln has been awful." the three went In to breakfast together.... Largest Collection of Crotons In the United States.. Palms, Phyllan.. Hardware

She dimpled roguishly and a faint flush "I'm sorry, little girl tg have your' thus. etc. All pot grown. Full I Line of Citrus Stock

rose' In her chock. He might think her visit turn out so dull" said Barbara's grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

very bold this handsome young stranger father' an they were leaving the dining

but she really could not help it room "but thero'g n meeting of directors JOHN B. BEACH.' West Palm. Beach Fla. Furniture 'andSporting r.

The limit of her silent endurance' bad this morning, and I'll have to be

reached. She must with Itryca to trnln time thin nftcrnoou
been speak or-purInh. up ) KGISTRAT1ON NOTICE. =
so I'm afraid' I can't show you I V ..:.-

Hut the idea of boldness never entered around today any more than I did yesterday J. B niLLl.H. J. 8. LlOUYDR'S Goods ,
." The registration tmokH tit till City of WintPulin ,
the man's bead lie
was
;young
heath, lorltlil.. will bu own| from $.'p.|
"If .
and Miss Warren will
thinking bow the how you !permit
pretty
very was.
Jti.li.lOOH .
temper Bth, llioil until ScptunilKir' :
soft and curly her hair bow piquanther roe, cried Howard eagerly, "I shall be butw..lIlII.. II..M..r. ,H p. in.niMl 0 p.
dimpled smile and how becoming only too delighted. to be her cicerone. it. nut.ti tiny.' Huid. iHiokH will be fouiul, In MILLER & LIDDY

the little tinge of pink in i hi r round Mine Is purely a sightseeing. vltilt" the Ha in "Capital," answered Rfr.' Warren "I '
cheek. laughed! comprehendingsympathy C. A. LOPEZ. DENTISTS .
have a greet respect for Tom'B judgment s { ',,
Hi'pt :ii, 11)1)8) tHjll: City Clnrk. u y
and I leave ., >
iy daughter In your
"Why, I wanted to speak to you long
care with [perfect ron dpnce. Only don't '
ago but didn't Ilka to venture. Imi't
take her out If It ruin hard" And accepting OFFICE ON GROUND FLOOR
It tho very dickens of a day Who .
could go sightseeing In this?" as afresh a busty kiss from Barbara, the OF ELECTION ..' ..... 1.1'1.-. ....:" ........,..... ..
NOTICE .... + .""'.;
fury rattled the windows. busy man hurried away First door went of Dunk ; v.r"; Q

"SuppoHO," suggested/ Howard aa w. handle only the Souvenir Stationery f
Tho girl's face fell again. Nutke In hunihy given tint Oil Tuesday ;. ),
!""Who indeed?" she echoed dlsconsoIntely. they wandered Into tho drawing room the Sixth day ii( htnlHT A. I). "ml I, ln>- ::: : purest, goods, w. Patronize. from our own d.- ,I

"Think of coaxing all winter "that we rend up the Smithsonian InBtltutlon tw"i>n the huurw. of eight u'tliuk a, In.. and, have no adultera Cigna. .'.""..
and the Corcoran Art gallery Humlonii an uli-Ltlon will !h. held In (ho nrenitlne West nd"
for Just three days of Washington and fed drugs In our The Nc\v Firm Fries 25 SA. ;
this mornIng. Then if it clears house In the City ul Went I'nlin Bunch PalmI'
having" the. whole of one of them like '''We can go out right after luncheon and lurliln' ut H lilt'h the r..lloh'lf' ollliura fur \ Beach, .took ..... ........... .... Cents ........... .... ..... ,r
thin!
drive1 round the city. Hy that means time unld' City will be ulitUul E Florida : P1,

"It is rather rough" said the young we can nt least see the outside of all A Miiynr. I We ell ParkDe. Cottage City Pharmacy A fine line Brush ,' )
innn. "I'm la precisely the same box Four L'ounclama.Alty'lerkt.nctldsu/ .
the places of Interest which will be TruuHiirnr uiidkHHfMHtir. rte &. CO'B Insect GooitaPo..leroDly. J:
m.IIt'lf-that Is, for coaxing read man un tJ
better than vainly attempting to seethe i' y: i
We BROADWELL&MOORE Clothes Brushes :
aging. But It only I Increases one's ago f( d U.j
inside of only ono A MurHlinl to net also a.Tax Ciilli-ctur
ny to look at It Won't you sit down?" Mr. Warren .reached the door of his The liillimlnK niiinnil rltIa-n.are npp"Inted.| | lIM have received 500 Proprletnre hair Brueheepound.from I ,+ f : '
lie turned rocking chair' with 1U 1'001h Brushe.
a hotel that evening In a heavy down- ." Inspectors| > iif luctlon and (' '>rk Flinch +\ them i ;
back to tim window, and as Barbara pour Just as a closed carriage droveup lnHiiiUir| __It. M 1'iittvr.. H. Boho Dunn J. Drugs, MedIcines and ChemIcals Nail DruHbea '" ,
into it he threw himself Into direct. There has C .
dropped .j-
Brushes ,
from which he was amused to see n. Mutlilx.Clvrk Shaving ;
ondTullutArtlrllw I
the sofa corner oppo lto. his daughter and her escort. emerge. -.1, F. Burgh Flinch 'n' been uo opportu- b..Y' ; tf
.
"Is this first visit to Washington uf Hiplt'inbcr, A. I>. Ho..I'. nrueho"' 1I11ClIlICU" }1
your In spite of the ruin and tho thick J.t..IIIII.2.III tiny WIt'VB'GOT oily 10 mix It ; It Is 1..lIlIlIc.h..I., .............. JCC 3 t
?" he asked. tliol\ i 'EM Comba from 5c to I 1 1I

"My very first' Father comes hereon gloomy Barbara's fog'cheeks thut enveloped Mere flushed everything with It .1. tllll-LINUWOUril, YOU WANT '"'EtifAt I- absolutely! pure WEST P.UM BEACH FLORIDA E'.fx) it d'v
LOPE'Mayor
biiHliiefta every spring, but ha baton hupplncflH. her eyes gloriously. bright C. A. ('lirk.I. f

to be bothered and I could never pure" "You've never been .sightseeing" in IDNER'S Perfumer All the Leading )ate
suede him to bring' me before. He --- -- -- A Full LIne of Rub-
this weatherl"' cried Mr. Warren us Toilet Articles a dllent
Poked bill head Into my room before I they followed him In. "Are you both IXHCUTOR'S? NOTICE. 1 ter Goode..... .... .... ,' t+ ? li
?
was up this morning to .say that ho ? Where have you been?" ; Medicines atreg-
crazy t
would probably not see me again to The young man stepped forward To nil whom, It inuy concern,:" fOLEYSIIONEYANDTAR Fountain Sy.lngel !l 1 +t

day ns he had oceans of bUHlness to eagerly, but Barbara forestalled him. Take entice thnt the undersigned. IIIIMi .to..cou.aa.s. heal. ..ltaade Toilet Soaps ular prices Teti,
from .1 to n.lo
do and an oltlclal dinner tonight, and Laying her band on her father's' arm, br' duly iii|"iliit he enjoined me most emphatically not and. traUmi'iit. of. the estate ul Annn Cook \ O\\
it she saidUHil. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE : f .AE cc g t at ;K
to think of going out as long as "No dear we're not crazy; Just engaged .. All IXTHOIIM' hitvliiK cliilin. Ilgal.tmlldestate ', ; i ; ?

rained. I have written letters to every and we've seen the outside of will present( Ilium. within the tlinu UKriHiulnnl AKLACB It. MOSK8, br, u
,0
doesn'tclear \y "- ----- ---- -- -- h
-
ono I think of.. nnd If It .
cnn
everything, and" < by 'law, ii ely anthcntli' .. iFi 1
after luncheon I'll go to bed!I" "And next year sir, with your permission HKNKV fu.: HKWALL, Successor to A. W. Robert Win, M. Drown PrcMldnnt. i

The young man laughed and lookedat ," broke in Howard "we'll BxucMitor.K ESTATE AND INSURANCE ::11 wMcLiirmiik;; ';' viiH.i-n:;: -;iiinn: S ,
REAL Bllil k 0 Of f Bay Biscallo C ;' ll.' furry: honnul Vlwl'Uiarlun ... dnot F1 I '
his watch. tome back together Barbara and I. ,, aiu roint Fin. Juij an. IIIUa.I Afl"t for Wes( Tlilin llpttvll Town tots ale lUOrtpthHiUu Uu.lil r It6 ,
"Why. Ira quarter to 2," he said and Bee the Inside of them all." Jyll.llt: :
"Suppose we have luncheon now it Engaged I Seen everything! gasped ClematlM. NOTAUY Avenno near PUBLIC.OMveStrect.

you will honor uie and perhaps the the astonished old gentleman. "All 11-l1-1uut: West J'ulm liiinch. Klorlila, Capital. $50OOO .

outlook will be brighter by the time Inside of twenty-four houral"liurbura NOTICE OF APPLICATION ,

we havo finished." lutigbud. Wines ARCHITECT AND BUILDER :MIAMI: : FLO RID A '' ; '+ s+
Permit to Sell Liquors
For
Tbo girl! rose with alacrity. "Two people and a guidebook can and Beer.

"I'm ravenous," she declared "but do a good deal in two days-If they understand I'ulillc notlca IH hereby (given that 'i'. O. ItltUWN iff'f
I simply could not face that great dining how to study the guidebook+ HHW| IIIIM llltMl with the H" .rd of County : 'r.U.
room again all by myself. I positively she declared And her father wanForced | CoinnilHHloniirH of Bade. ruiinty. the haste ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. THE J. :B. McGINLEY CO.

cannot wallow unless. I have to believe that they could111 of Horhla, an niilluntlim| (or a permit to Plan and nuoclflcatlona' prrpared.Jobblnir '
some one to talk to while I'm eating. sell!! humors| wlniw and l boor In Eli-otlon I)ltI- work irlvcn prompt attention at J'

My \breakfast this morning was mar. Onlr Qpport. .5it7. trlot No. II or said county. and. "mute fur t he Chap on Datura MCreot UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

Jyrdota." Coming downtown on an elevated express -. pees year onilliiK Orkobur.. let lUOt thnt :
the following such upIU-iill..ii will bu uiUtl on by the said)
luncheon meal Harlem last week |
That was the Jollleat from
County CoiiiinlxHlonnre at their next rICO HO K O. MUTL.KH I
Barbara bud ever eaten and, she maintains Impromptu lecture created considerable .regular board niaetlnK. whlili.., .. will 1>u .held. on the :t ...Jefferson Block.... ?

the most delicious. When It was amusement among the pa Oth day 01 Pet. IDDll, at 10o'elo'kin. the CIVIL ENGINEER .- .
over and they(adjourned to the stately tengers who beard It: forenoon. of said day, unit the iinld Hoard WEST PALM BEACH, FLA h' ; i

drawing' room her companion left her' "Look here Bob you are an excellent .hereby. calls/ upon nay citl>un of such bluctloll: PALM BEACH FLORIDA .
for a minute. When he returned he talker and it Is always a pleasure District who limy desire to do no, to show -- -- -- t

of books anda listen. to at the proper time and If any there. hi-, at the mild. next riinulitr ,'
brought with him a couple to you eausq" t. D. W. FENT0N i & e C r.aj't; d
huge bunch of violets. place. But there ore a great many melting. nf mild lloanl'. why puuli p> molt, DEO. HASLEHURST & SON .
that I want Khali not >witn>nt...d the applicant. ...;
"These," be explained, when Itarba- things In this newspaper "", l"
her and If I listen to you I shan't Ry crili-r of the Hoard of C and
ra had arranged' the flowers upon to know I haven't an Klonun ef Undo uountj, Florida Contractors BuildersP. r se s Undertakers andEmbalmers '
Person, to her satisfaction, "are guide- know thorn until night In This, the 4th day of August A, D. DOB.. 1i t
books-one 'to Washington in general hour or two a day to read the paper (MtaH B. C. Ili-arhurn. Clerk Hoard County O. BOX 304S.H.RICHMOND u' \

the other to the Congressional library In my office, u* you have. If I don't read CoininlHulouura. BY W. M. 1'ope, duputy cl'k 1if

particular. AM the ruin god la still in It now I shall have to take It home, or

command of affaire, suppose we just maybe not read It at all. Now, keep : Agent Gruber Block, Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH, FLA 'w
'do' the capitol and library right here quiet, like'a good fellow. Sorry you OF APPLICATIONFor .
where when you haven't a paper, but I'll tear you off NOTICE Ferrule Grant Land Company. .. _
we are. Its really, I - ---- - --- -- -

'thlnk of It, much too more satisfactoryway. the unit page of this one a. soon aa Permit to Sell Liquors. Wine lU:A.. eSTATB. 7eo> '1 Rrq;
rostoKOltoROStoKOKOROROStoKOroK
If we went to the actual buildings have read It" anti Beer. CUTLER FLORIDA o to5101soiao7aoMOtoSloiao710a
who was I
mart
we'd have to walk our feet off on "Good for you! aid a

the hard floors. We'd have to lose our rending whllo hanging to a strap, and Publifnotice In bi'robjr; Kino that t>. I- -- ------.- Company

breath climbing innumerable stairs ot a score of passengers who knew bow It Pope .him. Illud wltb the Board of (fount 4.. M. M. BROCK I G. G. Strohm ',
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oar We'd Iau h.-New York Time*.. 'Iorhl"l rep aniillciitlon! foe. .. permit to 'CONTIIACTOR .t'W BUILDER o is ip h
jerked up and down In elevators. to soil Ilquorawine'. and beer,.Inl( F.J..U..o/ DIM! ttV

allocate our; necks tilting our: beads\, Cbe. naal,. tract Nn. H or aid county. nod HtKte for the Counsels Wooden for. atone aulldlnsaCesaraf Brick nnd.fbrewt I
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bo! <:k to see the pictures alt the (eUinge.nd charging me $7 a week for Ilp) 'al year ending October let, 11)04. that Work Solicited.PoBtoflBce : FAMILY h
{at the end of the day we'd probably "Ypu are Mrs. Irons! ," said ....b application\ will h" acted. on by the said. o' 2o
I, come: back: to the hole t cross, tired board and lodging of the name of Hoard, of County C'uiu i("'"lonHrK at their Box 195 PALM BEACH aT '
And: 111101I8 tlalled. having doubtless for- the gray'haired person bow yoq would next iwiiiilnr. meting whirl will be held.. on i Fancy Food ,Products 2 ''j
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gotten to look: at (he one thing above larrls. "May the (nth day Uctolixr.! 11MUI, at 10 u'c-lm
forboard
811>!l others ''We particularly wanted to itemize n"Five It? What part of it Is lu the orono.au( of...uld, Uy>rltlwn and the of paid,such. W. ARTSON-; It Ito 0 ;is :'br
Hoard hereby oall upon" any
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books..we.CDn..4tf7.tho; elements "And $3 for my room?" how Cause U any; there ..... at the nald next TAILORING-. 1
itudy at our.ease every detaU of the regular .thlll'o', .mild Ho.rd, "why.kurb. o
tulldlngs-exteriorly and Interiorly-* "Yes. Iron." shall not be grunted the auplkuntBy .
"Well If :you don't mind Mrs. permit In All Its Bundles I JEFFERSON BLOCK 1
:but we can absorb priceless knowledge to sqoara up for order of the lioaid 1'of County Com- --- 2o

,''Shout them,that all 1| the gaxlng at the. another'woeit said proceeding' "we'll consider hereafter uleslandnof. Dada. county 1'1.... PRESSING CLEANIN6 g ,
What do the tut day of IWptember. A. P. 1DO8.JO. ,
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Barbara's, sparkled. V'lt's.the in-. I were getting the wort of my mooy. rBr W. yolw.Dupgty- CI..rll.. Shop on: Olive'St.: Weal ',Palm Beach B n>>Agi10S1ok0il0iloi10i1o71oh0il0AO>1tM0710iloiloil0i10710710i11ottOllOttt '
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ANOTHER TICKET; Mewled.GraafWyndhamAt. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.For For Alderman.; .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTDade -
the Methodist I hereby unbuilt my name to the elector of

IN THE; FIELD: parsonage West Palm Beach Florida City Clerk. Council the city of Hoard WeHt of I'alni Alilurnten, Beach for tnaurvoou the eiiHiiliiif the County State BankWest 3

on Tuesday evening, September 8th, I hereby roepcctftilly announce tnjiwlf facet E. W. J. PAUltlHII. I
I 1903 by Rev C. Fred Blackburn Mr. candidate fur tho nfllee of ally Clerk plinlKltiiruijfHolf Palm Beach, Florida
Public Meeting Held Last Night II elected, to perform tha dntlpN In
William L. Grant and Miss Llllle May For Alderman.
BUl'khal'dtFOI'Mayol' connection wltb thin 011I co. to the boat of my ...
Nominates L. W.
Wyndbam, both of this city. ability. H. L. UIL.LIKU. I hereby mihmlt my mime to the elector of
.., thxcltyuf Went i'alm Bench to nerve on the Stock
Capital $15,000'
Hla Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic For City Marshal Council. Donrd of Alilermen' !. for the eimuliiKterm. 3
N E. attUHEIt.
A public meeting was held in the Cooperative Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I hereby announre nijHelf a eumllilnte. fur Surplus, $10,000
ball last night to bring out a 'B. L.'Byer. a well known cooper of reflection.! to the ufllce of Muralm! of the city For Jlayor. ,
ticket to oppose the Citizens' Ticket this town says be believes Chamber of Went Palm Btffleh end If elected' I Printline Tu the taxpayers mid voters of Wetit Palm,
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem to do In the future an 1 have done In the peat, neiu-ht- OFFICERS: DIRECTORS tR.
in the municipal campaign. 'About two edy saved his life Ia.t summer. lie had that.IH,to dlHchnrira tho dutlm of the oillce 1 of N.Dimlcfc,Prenldent K.N. Dtmlck Oeo.
hereby announce the
hundred crowded into the room to watch been sick for a month with wbat the doc- wtthoutfeerurluvor. W. II. DicllEUIl. nomination. for Mayor my and acceptance thank you for lien Geo.L W.UrannltiK.Potter,Vice Cnnhler Prealdent" Oeo.R. B.:W.Potter Potter W.K.K. M. Briuif: ,i jrt :
the proceedings. }I. B. Saunders was ors call bilious dysentary, and could get S- -j. t the fiivur conferred. 1 enruimtly ank your nnenarnpxnent II. A,MnxNelil AMlHtnnt Cn hler Ueo.!..BrautHi 8plt..r,, j ..
elected chairman and P., J. O'Beirne nothing to do him any good until he For and Miipport la. the nice for theolllue OPEN
flayor. FROM
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tried this remedy. It Rave him Immediate ,promlHliiK, that If elected.' 1 will extra P. .
secretary. relief" says B. T. Little mer I hereby announre mywlf OH a candltlnte.. you anil our mutual lutenwtH. to the utuioHt, A Rfncrnl bnnkiiii hui.lne..timmncted. Collectlonn promptly rem".rq ,
The following la the ticket that was chant, Hancock. Md. For sale by All for Mayor of tho new city of Went Palm without trot or favor, ; of receipt. Brail bought mil told on the principal cltlei In United the Sla.e.on dny
put np: I Druggists and Medicine Dealers. Ileocb. uleditlnK inycelf. If .elected to mtrrothe JloHptH-'tfully' youra. (t SAFETY BOXES FOR RENT
t t For Mayor L. W. Burkhardt. -.. people' tit the brat of my ability; I. W. JIUUKriAHDT.
{, For Marshal, W. G. DeBerry. Owes His Life to a Neighbor's Kindness.. I D. II. DOST Ell. :AAAW AllraiWltAVUltti AVAiVAtuUWUAUAl1lA:
G For Clerk A. M. Lopez. i The t talk l Is now that Sir Thomas Lipton .
4 C.. For Aldermen J. C. Lautber, H. B. Mr. D. P. Daugberty: well known I For Alderman will wiu a fairer trophy than the ----__
i Saunders, C. W.Schuitd and A. G. Rie- throughout: Mercer and Sumner coun ,
w I hereby unbuilt my name to the ulivlurH of America's He win ofAmerlca's Talk About
ties. W. Va.,most likely owes his life to .. cup. may one Delight"It
gel the city of Went I'nlm' Hunch In serve on the
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the kindness of a neighbor He was almost m 1ta1s. Miss Alice Revell of
Council Board of Alilennen the rnxuliiKterm.
Have You Noticed hopelessly) afflicted with diarrhoea; D. M. POTTEU. Chicago is the charmina/ young: woman comes with onr Orient Motor liuckbonrd nod yon can
9 The date on the label 01 your papers. gave was attended him little by if two any,physicians relief when who a who is now mentioned as the recipientof afford one. It Is cheaper then n horse. Let us tell you
It tells you just to what time your subscription neighbor learning of his serious condition For Alderman.I attentions froth Sir Thomas that seem about it. Little trouble or cxperme to you. n has been paid. All subscribers brought him a bottle of Chamber.lain's hereby unbuilt my mime to the Hector of to indicate impending matrimony. Sir quirk
the date l I. after Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea the ol Went. Palm Uearh Thomas' devotion to Shamrocks he
should see that changed city to aerveon the may
him in less than
Remedy which cured
sending their remittance and should twenty-four hours For sale by All Council Board, of AMurninn. for the emmlugtwin. on the wane and orange Monsoms may B. M. POTTER, Agent
notify this office if It l ia not so changed. Druggists and Medicine Dealers. J. DON C, MOlirtlH.! soon be his favorites. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

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$18 and $20 Fancy Suits for $8.00.
and In order to do so offer any suit In go
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the house except Black and Blue goods go for $5.90. ,

I at $8 per suit. Let $10 $'12 $15 $18 /

a and $20 suits go In this Sale. On suits I _

under $10 make a uniform. -price of $5.90. $ I o .50 Takes: any Black I or : Blue

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