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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 30, 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 )
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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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CHANGES HANDSDEAL This KentIce re-opens tomorrow. I Mr. J.A. McDonald has returned froma Cc. CHILLINGWORTII-II A S" 9'i' i
City Next Saturday to lend on real estate. } v {
, Many Important Matters To The Guild of Holy Trinity church will business trip to New York. Good applications, desire S ;
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meet at the home of Mrs. F. B. Everett The City Council of St. Petersburg! FOR SALE '

-- Be Considered.A tomorrow afternoon at half pAst two Fla., has increased, the city saloon __. h. _._ __ _

:. I o'clock. license from $250 to 'SOD per year A NEW PIANO, STARR UPRIGHT. ( Ti

CLOSED A FEW DAYS AGO representative gathering of pineapple Au attractive sign!: now grace the frontof Mrs. Charles B. Jefferson, of. Hob Write box 251, West PaInt sep!23-tf Beach

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I growers Is expected: in this city the City Bakery. Sound, recently delightfully( entertained ;\
'\ ---- : next Saturday. The meeting will con. 7 l
Carl Lauther has gone to Hot Springs, Mrs.. Augustus Pitou and daughters of Table .
vene at 10 o'clock in the office of The Inquire ofV. I. Metcalf. {
Ark., on month's vacation. New York and Hobe Sound, at a fmibi- West Palm Beach. Sep5-tf. '
By Which the West Palm Beach Electric Light and Power Tropical Sun. After organization, mat \
cale at the Sandwich, Mass., summer '
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The rumor that Alderman George B. x'I'
ters of o E .N'FR. NT LOTS
great importance to the East 50
Company Takes Over the Plant of the Lake Worth > Coast will be discussed, Baker has an interest in the dray business home of the Jefferson's. It was ji very : FOUR ; I mile south of ocean pier.
growers lully
of B. F. Carter is absolutely false delightful affair and was one of the Inquire of E.; F. Unities,J. P., Box 173.
. Ice Works of This Place. The promoters of this meeting are hope- and Is denied positively by both Mr. Baker events of the season at Sandwich. Mr. Palm Beach, Fla. Augi-tf r { c-t.IT':
ful that much good will result, and in ,
i\ and Mr. Carter. It. and Mrs. Jefferson have been enjoying SINGLE-CANOPY TOPloUGT .
order to make it successful GOOD
there should
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the summer at their well known campat Mid a two-seat single Spril1lC.. '
be a large attendance. Many letters Miss Hiuilry's preparatory school for 600 pounds in. tire.
Pitou wagon capacity 3 '
Me. while Mrs. .
A business deal Of' very great Impor. Mr Brown, president, states that tjie,. have been received from points between children will open next Monday, October Meddybmps, likewiseat |4o each. P. II. Lansing, West Paint ", .J
have been
and doing
lance to tills city, has just been conlumsteil. plant at Miami, which.Is not Included. Jensen and Fort Lauderdale, showing( Slh."Waxeae"a. daughters Beach. Sep3 atPIANO i\;
Belgrade, Me. Mr. Chas II. Walton, -------+
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in the sale, will be enlarged and a cold that considerable Interest is foil floors. "
being taken liquid wax TUMINQ. r
wilt this week visit Mr. and Mrs. Jeff '
storage plant added. The addition, of a among: the growers. Easily applied. Improves any wood _. ._ ,
Went Palm Beach Electric Sandwich
When the at their home at '
cold l storage plant to Miami's important The invasion of the Cuban pine is a floor. Hatcbett-DaCaniara Hardware erson summer U 7 OR FINE PiANO AND ORGAN \ .

\ UgH and Power Company was organ- industries is something that has been subject for most serious consideration. Comrany."AdelIte"the. ;Mass., which Is close to thehomeof JL1 tuning address L. B. SaiTord. West !
. Buzzard'sBayTitusville Palm Beach.
Mr. Joseph! Jefferson, at JyS-tf
Itcd, provision was made in the charter needed for a long. time, especially for The outlook for the next season is an- great paiut and var. Advocate.Mrs. '

: granted by the town for the manufac the storage of fruits and vegetables other item on the list for attention and nish remover-at Hatchetl-DaCauiara MACHINERY I REPAIRING.IT'OR )
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(Rev. ) J. L. Fletcher of Santiago
Heretofore the had q
'. ture of Ice as one of the industries to be /growers: to get their there are many other things equally important. Hardware Company.The GENERAL REPAIRING AND 1 .
le Cuba, arrived at Miami last Friday
fruits and
vegetables to the market
as .
A. .
i conducted the This freight depot of the I'loridarast installing of gas and steam engines q
by company. pro- new from Havana and was met there by her
but with _.
quickly as possible, boilers
'/ a storage --- windmills pumps, etc. I ,
. vision Is now to be made use of, for the plant and the facilities In shipping, there ; Coast Railway at, this point was father Mr. U, S. Miller. She will spend apply Potter's Repair Shop, West Palm '.,

home company has come into possessionof need, be no more rush and sacrifice the NEW PLAY TO opened for bnsinesa last Monday morning some time her with her parents and Beach Fla. Work done anywhere in p''
Agent Geo. H: Rines and his staff friends will be (glad to welcome Dade or Brevardcounties.MUSIC. maY23.lf
fruits of their labor a low market because many
the and entire business of the on .
plant have very comfortable quarters, and the her back to the old home.VlcePreniduut ; i'
of their BE ,y.
I no place to store vegeta- PRESENTED ,
Lake Worth Ice Works and also of the I much-needed additional ,wareroom space and
blea. J. R. Parrott ?
plant at Fort-Pierce. J I -- will he greatly appreciated: by the pa. Genera Superintendent R. T. Goff of M IAMI PIANO AND VIOLIN t i'
It is known that when the trolls of the the School, West Palm Beach Branch,
Until the return of Mr. A, R. Beaujon, powerhouse "The Dutchman's Ghost" Will Be ral1way.t present the Florida East Coast Railway, arrived Franklin Coleman Bush, Director. A l''

secretary of the electric light company I on Datura street was built In July, Put on the Boards by the warehouse\ : is extremely difficult of access In the) city early this' morning in their limited number of pupils accepted in 's'
because of the sandy roads, but this '
piano playing. Conservatory course.
the plans provided for an addition to private car. "
BO definite detail. in connection: with Fire Department. condition will be remedied just as soonas Apply at Tropical Suu office. junio: -)m j
the structure. No doubt the Ice The yoUng of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. .
prereut sons ------ -- '- '
the deal, can be obtained, but the following rock can bel Secured for the buildingof f ,- II

from the Miami Record throw. plant will be removed from its present Amateur theatricals are to he revivedin permanent roadways and approaches. Holland, Ardiue and Luther, accompanied HOUSES." TO RENT... _-- .
Miss Martha IIoyl>ton, left
by !
location at the foot of Althea street to this city by the West Palm Beach Alderman Yarborough yesterday raiseda J UST THE TIME TO :SECURE:; A r {'p
tome light on the matter: for the Deaf and Dumb School at .'St. f house for the coming winter's bus. ,
I the new site west of the railway and the Volunteer Fire Department small fund by subscription and put a '
for residence.' On
AngUHtlne.thls morning. ness or the 1st of 7
"The Florida East Coast Ice Company t s
A of the members of the Department
meeting man to work picking up broken glass on October next the Boarding House
same motive power that will be used for on
bas..llllt, interest in the Fort Fierce "The Dutchman's Ghost" in the Cruder
called the fire hall '
was in the streets, one of the reminders of the corner of Datura street and Railroad ,
end West Palm Beach ice plants to the the electric lighting: can also be utilizedIn Poinsctla street last night, when it was hurricane. Bicyclists will be thankful.Mrs. Opera House> on Tuesday evening, Way will be for rent. This house Is 1

East Coast Electric Light: Power and running/ the ice manufacturing plant.If decided to place on the boards in the October 27th, for the benefit of the Tire situated on one of the most prominent t tf ,
.yl
C. Stowers and Mian lI( rlonha..e
J. residential streets in the city and can be
Ice Company, of which Joseph Jefferson It is the intention of the company Gruber Opera House, on the evening ol returned: from a delightful Bummer department. used either as a boarding house as it has 4

U preai to tear down the old buildings, the visit in Maine. Both have improved I years or private rellI ,,
will be at West Palm Beach. idence. The lot is double r
company "The Dutchman's Ghost. today. I a pne-site,
Mr. L. C. Oliver has sold his entire interest change will work a great improvement The play !Is fall of amusing situations wonderfully as a result of their trip. Work on the new passenger depot of 153 by loo feet, and there are two i '
the addition to the Mrs. M. J. Ponce left yesterday morning louses on the lot besides the main building l4 ) 'I
In the Florida East Coast Ice Co. In new_.- -city-- from start to finish and will provide no for St. Augustine the Florida East Coast Railway in this milking room enough/ for two or
--- =- -- = --' end of fund for the audience Mr. John city, is progressing splendidly.\ The three families :Sewer:; connection, and i'

MEETINGS COMINGTO visit to her father. Mr. Lambert will B. Beach has very kindly consented Mr. and Mrs. Wilmon Whilldiu# left framing is almost completed and it will both city and yump water used. Would 1 '

I be here for two more Sundays, preach take charge of the cast and will train the city Sunday morning, enroute to not be a great while before the painterswill prefer to rent all,to one party. Address Ion x
his farewell sermon on Sunday evenIng their Northern home at Camden, N. J, P. O."Box 230, West PRlul Bench, or call '
ing in the several
However it will be
the parts.
performers be engaged.
CLOSE I. H. FISHRR at The Tropical :Sun:; ,
A October lib. He will then Juju Tickets> for this production: will range They will visit in New Jersey and New several weeks_before the depot will be printing office.STOR ; '. '

Mrs. Lambert at Brooksville and pro from 25 cents to one dollar, and It is York, and plan to retif before the end ready for use

ceed to South Carolina. will be few of the year. BUILDING ON BUST COR. '1 ,
that there
Gospel Campaign Will Close On safe to prophesy The local F. E. C. railway employees in town; living rooms second i "
Rev. Mr. Lambert's pastorate in this vacant seats in the opera house> when The Misses Jennie and Annie Fremd' are enjoying a laugh at the expense of a floor. W. I. Metcalf. l' Ir N ;

Sunday EveningProgram city has been entirely successful and it the curtain rises on the night of the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wui. Frem'd, well known conductor.) A day or two

For The Week. is with feelings of sincere and deep regret of the Cast Side, have returned to St. he escorted of ladies to the PLANTS ETC.
ago a party ..
that the news. of the intended departure 27th.Nearly all the parts have been taken Augustine/: to resume their studies at St. East Side and in crossing the bridge, --- ---- -- v 11

of himself and his estimablewife best local talent and the first rehearsal Joseph's Academy. SAGO PALMS, WE HAVE SCOT FOR. 'w
This It the last week of the gospel cam- by the stepped out on a piling to explain just cheap to make room for other Y
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I paign. Sunday night will see the last of is received. The board( of trusteesof will be held in the fire ball Fri Election day next Tuesday.The how to catch fish. In turning about he plants. Visitors welcome. f'. C. Hcl-

the special meetings that( have been in the church have not yet accepted the day night.NEW West Palm Beach contingent of missed his footing and plunged into : den, county road, one block from Railroad r'

progress for the pant three weeks. resignation tendered some time ago, but -e----- students at Stetson University, left for Lake Worth. Shrieks of anguish from --bridge.---- --- ----apr-t-lf---

Evangelist; Lyon and .his assistant, will doubtless do so next week. LAW GOES 3eLand yesterday morning. The party the ladies. brought the bridge tenders to WANTED. y ,

Mr No one has yet been spoken of in con \ Broad. the were thrown to the _. .. .
Coulter included Louis Burkhardt
have met with great success : Ralph rescue. Ropes -- -- ---- -- -

In their work over one hundred nection with falling the vacancy that will well, Guy Clow, Frank Dimiclc, Trevett victim of the accident who clung tenaciously I1 IRST CLASS COOK NONE BUT ; '

md fifty men and women having be. be caused by Mr. Lambert's departure, INTO EFFECT Lockwood, and Misses Edith Helm and ) to a log and he was hauled out to J.i: well recommended need apply "

come converted.: but it is understood 1 that a call will\ be Stella ldix.Manager. safety, just a little damp and chagrined Address Keuuice. sep 26-tf

Last Sunday the Gruber opera house Issued at an__early_date._ Applicants For License To CarryOn J. T. DeBerry of the Lake by t his experience. TO CONTRACTORS. J f

war crowded both morning and evening.A eSchool Business Will Have to Make Worth Ferry Company, arrived In the O. W. Weybrecht is building( a small -. -- --- .. ,

special meeting for men was held at Shoes city yesterday morning from Sanford, store on his property on Clematis avenue 17 STIMATES WANTED TO RK1 t sy lt'

3 o'clock when Mr. Lyon delivered a We have just received our new line True Statement. N. C.,,where' he has been visiting/ his tube used by an Italian merchant :.J pair the sea wall and rebuild the li
dock at Wimlella House; West Palm
helpful sermon on "Sowing and "eap- of the Little Samson School Shoes We Miami in the father for several weeks. Mr. De Berry for a fruit stand. Beach north of the railway bridge r d

lag." invite all our patrons who have children Judge Heyser of was made a brief trip to Richmond and Washington School opens next Monday. For particulars apply. II. Machattie.
A city yesterday on important business/ before Wiudella House ** ,r '
meeting of the local Committee wa.held school to call and see our returning.
to go to The draymen of Pen llcCtla have won
left with Mr. G. G. Currie a numberof
this morning when service. were of School Shoes be. lie Geo. G. Currie that he -
Line Mr. announces '
Strong New of the State License r
for license blanks printed out their test case new PINEAPPLE SLIPS.
fringed l for the balance of the week. fore purchasing elsewhere. We have application Is still In the field for mayor in the election which tax of ... ...... &al
There la accordance with the new law recently ; II Law, imposed a $7.50 ---- ------- --- -
will be services every afternoon them for both boys and girls in VlclKidand the State Legislature. next Tuesday. upon each of them. The new law according ?OR SALE TEN THOUSAND RED "If
by
It 3 o'clock and every evening at 7:15: Calf-skin Leather. They are I passed 'I I Spanish Pineapple Slips, at $
i.yn
Box are to be filled out Dweller. on the bay front report havIng -: to the ruling of the State Comptroller -
o'clock The sub last for children. These applications per 1000. Address H. C, Olsen, Box
except on Saturday.
ject it be made In just the proper by every man in the city who Is conducing seen this morning a wonderful waterspout ; applied to draymen as well as u 3, Stuart Fla. .e23-qw
the afternoon' will but not clumsy. a
strong, miles out on the ocean. The but the formed together
The They are very or who wishes to carry on a business some : liverymen, draymen
Holy Spirit. The sole is just heavy enough but not here. It is required to furnish a state vast column of water could readily be and employed an attorney: to take Try Dubbins &. Quigg for pastry at y '

Sunday will be farewell day and it too heavy. The heel and toe are just showing the actual cash value of seen from the shore aud several obtterv- I.the case late the courts. In order that ----+.-
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will be of special Importance- The combine the Three tested Why use inferior bread when can r '
exactly right. They capital stock used or ers enjoyed the pheuomouen. Three it might be the Tax Collector you
8rst service will be held InAt school eloe.-Ease the property or get nubbins & Quigg's? Try it. at
at II a. Great Qualities of a in the business. separate and distinct times the spout caused the arrest of Richard Blouut on
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, 3 o'clock in the afternoon there will be Price $1.50 to employed -iry._ ''
Grace and Durability. throughout the state could be'seen drawn up to the clouds the charge of doing business. without a
a farewell Heretofore many If you have property you want to Improve )
service for men only, when '2.00 have been doing a $roono or $12,000 and then touch the surface of the ocean. license. The case was called Monday: and need money to do it with, apply I

is "'. Lyon will preach on "Profit and Remember the name-"Our Little business on perhaps a $2,000 to $5,000 I The show took place during a storm to I afternoon in th'e Criminal l Court, and after -, to Geo. G. Currie. tf. w t, I J

l*. The farewell services of the Samson" School :Shoes:; and the place tobuy sesument tax, but as the new la"(f requires -' the eastward.-Miami Record. hearing the arguments Judge. Beggs : __e_ v

i i' aerie will begin at 7 p. m. and it to exj t t"hem. a Sworn statement of the full cash.alue'of Kicker" writes to The! Tropical Sun,1 instructed the jury to bring In a verdict I Address on Unionism. 4 .f
' j petted: that the seating capacity of the C. HARRIS & CO. [ thus the in The co-operative hall was well filled I'
; 1. the property, without any de- complaining that one of his children was of not guilty, deciding case I '
, large Beach Fla"Men'i ; last Saturday night by the members of V ;
ban will ''be taxed Its utmost West Palm understood' q
to Is
of the It
Block
t Palms ) Indebt. attacked bult Clematis favor draymen.
( duction for or on account of any by two dogs on i i; the local branch of the American Federation ,'
-'-+-- ..- -..--- Furnishings that number of cities will fight the law A-
/: dness or liability of any nature whatever avenue, west of the railway on Saturday. a of Labor who' had gathered: to ; ;

Has; ,Accepted a Call. and Shoes." it is clearly seen that the business These dogs were in charge of a little as it applied to draymen, where taxes listen to an address by Mr. Geo. G. Cur 1'' t tl

} Rev W. R. Lambert, pastor' of the __-_._---- license lax Is bound to be'' greatly in- bareheaded girl who was dressed in pink are forced upon this class.-Journal. rle remarks on "Unionism were listened and to Socialism.with the closest His ;t '' *

pled Baptist church In this city 'ha. Born. creased.The and rode.a bicycle. Such fierce animals A meeting- of the principals of the attention and loudly applauded. A

i accepted a ball to the Baptist church In Laasi .-At West Palm Beach Fla merchants who have' been handed should not be allowed to roam the I I West Palm Beach, Leuioa City and MIami After the speaking refreshments were ,' '

Hickory, South Carolina. lIe will enter September 30. UW. to the blanks will have, to go before a treets 'at will, and we would advise schools will\ be held In Miami on served by Mr. C. W. Schniid. Alder. "
Wednesday
fi on be to the correct man S, C. Lauther was also) one of the i
duly sworn a.
-POn )hI. Lansing, a son. notary "Kicker" to Int..rvle..Marshal.DeBerry. for the of ar-
duties In hu new pastorate Mrt. P-.H! Saturday morning purpose and he did
Mr. and I ness of the statement furnished and guests; not forget: the boys, ;' i'
about November 1st. Mrs. Lambert ex :. forward the blanks to the county tax who will no'doubt sec to It that the own. ganging; the course of study to conform: distributing cigars( and sample bottles of ,', i

peels to go to her former home in Sun. 'collector.: er of these dogs keeps them tied. with that of the State. the "the finest ,"'
Read The Tropical 1
,8rOOllavIUe. Fla., next week, foi a brief

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'J@i; K @ 'r The Fensacola Journal {gives; good ggXjjjXgXsKsXSwSWWW
THE TROPICAL SUN.
" 1 advice when it says: "ItwoulJ be a Sirkin Bros : = COMPETITORS

r:. "' PlonMf! Paper ol Dad County:: Florida good idea fur the farmers of Floridato OUR ?J

dig their grind their )
potatoes,
Published Every Wednesday and Saturday (
I cane and grabble their pindera lie- will have to lo pome mighty clOHO flnrlnjir( they contest with tin for
f i AT W..T PALM ...AOH DAD' COUNTY FLORIDA' j r .
\ fore the campaign; opens, for after Dressers tn Men the trade InCarpenter's

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 13.OO: PER TEAR that they won't have time for anything .. \ 5. w
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; but shaking candidates' bands

c Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, and telling them how their wives and I Tools i

; HARRY L. BROWN MANAGER babies ere 0, these candidates are Our NewLadiesShoe : :

delightful/ people; tht-y always take

Entered at the Po tofflc.. of Went palm-Reach such great; interest in us and ours- Department ,
I mm .ecoud.cla**mutter the election." Y: It' easy to quote low prices, HU1-comp r tn__- prices with tilt, f
be/ore/ :
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Ready your inspection I e quality of the gonita; that we offer( yon for LIS:+S MONHY &,
MUNICIPAL ELECTION. : ,
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Words of encouragement: come : then you'll see mifan. K w

from Tltuaville In the matter or

CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH. school consolidation. The last issue Tho Latest StylesIn

of the Advocate say: "Whatevermay Hardware I

POLLING DAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1903 be said for or against the consolidation Lace or Button Hatchett-DaCaraara Company

of schools, it i 114 a HeU-evl-

CITIZENS' TICKET.For dent fact that it Is working to perfection Oxfords: Colonials and Saudala ''y Wholesale! Retailers Hardware U

in Tltusvllle. Dining the first In High French ,. ek ((7( . .. . .-. .'i . ). .x(,17.JiYJ.r.1.1_( (yJC. . . . .1/Y.k

of this week when the rain prevented and Cuban Heels n_ _________ __ __ _.... __ ,
Mayor, -- -------------- -'--

I B. H. DOSTER. some of our children living a hnl( PROFESSIONAL CARDS. rfOOOOOOOOOVtimt -<
f dozen blocks from the school house,

f u For Clerk. from going to school, the children of JtUKKIIAItDT'S intro I li-iirh Hct| ) n llll
t LAW.
4f 4 d and reached the ---..- -
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LaGrange --
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H. L. HILLIER.For ---
I;j Titusville High/ School on time and Look at Our Window p C. (''IIII UN\VOlt'I.H FOB SOME REASON

Aldermen all were dry." Let the good woi k go; Everything Marked 11 Plain Figure AND COUNSELLOR
'1 R. M. POTTER. on all over the Stare. ATTORNEY We have been onnhlo to got "Obelisk (l"inn,:" from jobbers. We

I ilr I'' t ; J. nON C. MORRIS. West I'ulin Heach. "'In.G' rather suspect it is Iwciuise l ", the;. profit allowed by the mill Is HO Q

d i., E. W. J. PARRISH. To the Floridians who spent the U' o. uu rum small that it does not pay 111.01 well us other I'I\I.'M.'

I i M. E. GRUBER. days of their youth in the North, the Best School Shoes Vt.9 The I'iotlrits so good ,people demand it. Consequentlythe

L r -..- following from the Kossville, III.. (" ,: tturnfy/uUCUflllH//lor-l&t-1JIIIV, mill does] nut ('1I1.tj'/t nip whether the Jobber handles it or not.
} Press-Iudepebdent, will appeu For Boys and Girls BKACH FLORIDA
PALM ,
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dirort from the mill. Wa
We have a consignment: must
PEOPLE'S TICKET. / !
!r with special force: "The melancholy ) -

,f' days are come, the 'saddest of If J*. lUlANNlNGr, take lar:1: lots to pot it there at nil ; but the advantage; in, that

t. \ For Mayor, the year, but pumpkin pies \1'11I11000 the null allows us the jobbers' discount .

if, I L. W. BURKHARDT be ripe and, therefore I don't keer. A Pair of Stockings A ttOl'f/l.f' And'oiiriii;<'IlrMtLawtoniii To those who have never used Obelisk Flour we suggest,

" ".." The, rustling corn must hurry up, ( over Iluuk.) FLA try Itl l Von will Mud it the best for 'general use that you p\ "r
REACH
f l;, For Clerk the frost ia on its track, and soon Given Away With WEST PALM .
I had Present (prices, whole barrels, $5 7f ; luilf barrels f'l.OO.)
# A. M. LOPEZ we'll feel the chilling breeze\ so says 1,1
Every Pair of ShoesFor \ MKTUAM',
the alinannc. The frightened; rabbit V. Finest Groceries 2r2T"lt
.
For Marshal, scurriea off and hides down in the the Asking For It 'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. L. w. BURKIIAKDT

t I ._ ____ _. __u_. .. ,_ NOTARY PUBLIC.
stubble, for when 'he hears the
G. DeBERRY
W. Will ,.rlLuL'',," In C..unty.IILaLu: unit ruderul will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books. YOur
t r ;1 sportsman's gun; be knows there'l Courts
Sirkin Bros. LANI) CASKS 1 A SPiCIALTY
; For Aldermen soon be trouble. The wary quail : tnlh/ ,'einTnnrtrat.MUN, Block. .
has timid and her Hi.noh. I Dade County. I'lnrMnII .
t J. C. LAUTIIER grown pipes gentle; Tlie Honshu Shoo! Store lyre--1'nlni---
the wind. from delta
ti' II. B SAUNDERS warning, misty U. MA UN DUllS. Jr., '
I, C.W.SCB'MID begin to chill UP''in' the morning Seminole Block West Palm Beach )

The land Is lit with golden rod and A 7 TURKEY A T LA W.
A. G. RI GEL
there in purple glory the regal asters Corner. Oliva Rod Datura Streets,

.I' -.- lift their heads and tell the winds .
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. l>6-l WH3T PALM BKACH. FLORIDA; : Buyer
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1'j
their story. The canned fruit bus t.
INDEPENDENT. ----------- ---- ------
j j. i.r.wis.: .
been put away and packed down in For City Clerk. i\*

,4 For Mayor the cellar; the good old summer time ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
i t I hi-reby rexpuctrully nnnuume mjHolf" ucanillilfttn
I and NOTARY PUBLIC. Is now in the Northern
OEO. G. CURRIE., Is past, the year Is growing; mellar for the ollli'o/ of nit j tl"rk. iiltMlithiaiiiytfplf.
Agent of th* U. S.Fidelity 4 (lunranty Co.,of a
..
[ If tiluvtm, to perform tlio lutli Itrnnneutlon
Baltimore. Md.
1 Markets of
\ For Marshal, with thin nllltu/ to Itiii bvttt nf inv Of Ike at corner of C'lmiuttlH Avenue nil Nnr purchasing: some
: NDRICKSON. WHO TO VOTE FOR. ability U. J.. 1I1L.UUK.! clHHUH Strwt, over Htrubui'ri fitore l-.('iyoi'
W. W. II1
: } Went Palm llcaoh.jEO. the Best Clothing, the Latest
) \i That is the .question.,now being; For City Marshal.
KOIUilNS
I considered by the voters of the G 51. Patterns in Shirts and Nobby
cityof
i i t j I Mr. Gen. Q. Currie announces that I horeby anuounre niywlf a ciindliliito. forrtMliH.tli

!(, \ lie la still in the race for mayor West Palm Bench. Next Tuesday .>n to the olllm nf MurHlml' nf the tlty I I Attorney! and,ounaglor-at-Law.. Neckwear. Don't
of Went Pnltn HMHCI and. If elMctwl f forget.
i I the electors will decide at the ballot promlm Will practice, State and Federal Court
1 l' I T to do In tho future ....1111".0 done III the pimt.
i Vote for good, clean, honest met box, who are to control the destiniesof that la, to discharge thu ilutloH of the otlh' TITUSVILLE FLA.
.
have clean the new city for the ensuing year. without (our or favor.V. U. UKllLIUtV
I next Tuesday and a part
t" I The list of candidates in the field for IV It. ANNO,

: city : I municipal honors ia by no means For Hay or. 1. A ATTORNEY T-LA W.Offic".Frollt Our New Line of Shoes

S'; Be careful, voter how you mark small, nor can the voter complain I hnrubv announce inym If ao a rumlliliiti. Room llatuhett Building Ave. IMlnul. >.
{{'' Think that he ia offered sufficient vari for Mayor of the new city lit Wiwt PnlniBmu.li
not
your ballot next Tuesday. ..,.
iiittilfflnjr myfulf If clpctud, to serve" Florida. 6.11G -
before you net. ety from which to choose It la conceded tin puople to the (Mint of my nltlllty.II .
that the aim of the voter ia to II. DOM I*l Kit. I'O. A. WOK1-.KY, will be in our store in a few days

q Lo'I'Ii I him one week until the elec secure good government for his city. ATTORNEYATLAW.General .

I tion. Voters, b be careful bow you Ue should remember that he Is appointing For Alderman. practice In State and Federal Courts
mark bullotelThe I by his ballot, his servant I hereby mibtnlt my name to the i'lw. ,torn nf All buHlneM entrusted will receive prompt at
your the city of Went Paint nuatli to HOMO on the tention.offiia..
I who are to look after his interests Council fount of AhloriniHi for the piiHiilnjr Strwt. Brown Ilnllillnit Av. O and itch | S. SCHNEIDMAN

jHckHonville Metropolis says us a citizen deeply concerned in the term. B. M. PO'I'TUll. MIAMI FLORIDAIITCIIELL

that half of Florida will be at tbicuruivul welfare and progress of his town. Men s Outfitter and Practical Tailor
in November. And wo will: Hememberlng this be should use ,the For Alderman. : I). 'nICl.

the other half. greatest care and exercise the finest I hnruby unbuilt mv name to the .h.lor. iA r
the of WeNt I'Hlm Jlviu AITOKSKY AND COUNSELLOR
cIty to curve on the
discretion in making the choice.
: ;
Council Board of Alclurmwn for thu onxuliiir A T LA IK I
There are many things to be considered term. J. DON C. MOUII1S.i .
The otliciul cunvusa of the retnrnHfrom WlllprHelh'elll all the(C'nurtM..Httitu and Pot
that are of vital importance oral. Mp.rlulati.urtongiv.toUrlut l l : -
( the election held in Coluinbiicounty nut, Jteul Estate and lrobare CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida
i-howa that and 'if matters do t not go right For Alderman. Law.
15th
ti September the Mr. I Hiibmlt Office: AVENUE: C MIAMI, TI-A and Western Meats Poultry dame and K:
,, the! county went dry by a mujoritj during; year 1-004, you b"l'IIby my name' to the olfH.tom ol gs.!
tho of Went
Voter alone to blame. city J'alm Beach to Hurveon the
of 113. __ are Council Hoard of Alilnrnmci for tlm i-iimilnf ATKINSON Mail Ordeia Receive Careful Attention.
The and life of the II.F.
public' private twin n w. J. PAURIHH.
The dog nuisance in this city ban candidates who have offered tbeinnelve ATTORNfY-AT-LAW, Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH

untieHrnble. A bellv.tux the'servants of the For Alderman. .
simply tierome .\ us people, NOTARY PUBLIC --- -- ------ ---- --- -------------- --
Council would di well tie taken into consideration. I horuby submit ray mime to thu elector of MIAMI ........... ...... ... .. .
by the City may ., FI.A : ..... ............... *.IIIOL.IHLLIER
the til
city West Paint lluniji to servo on the
away with u large number of'ustlesa '- Men who are good citizens, CouiiLlI Board of Aldermen for the numilngt MEDICAL : : : ::
AND SURGICAL
animals. whose character for integrity and rm. M. 13. lltUUIill. .
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: ia the and who
honesty: very highest S. II. WOODS .
Th town of Quincy f was cut off have made a success of their own For nay or. I 1)tt. : WHOLESALE ,AND .RETAIL, :
To the taxpayer, mid, vmura of Wmt Palmieiu'hl PHYSICIAN AND SUltd COX
i from communication with the out business, can surely be trusted to [ : :

y! side world for eight days. Washouts ,- manage the affairs of. the city satis I hereby annuunrn my ncuiptnnrtt of the Olllio,CUniattH Are, mtxt to MilHonlu TfMitiUiHililenvn .. ... TOBACCONISTCigars .
the Seaboard Air Liue wen 'factorily. The need of the, boor is forman nomInation for Mayor and thank you forth Dutllrn Mtrout" near Depot.
on favoreonferred. I narniiHtly oak your ..ncournKemunt WEST: PALM HHAdl./ TLA : Tobacco Cigarettes Etc. Etc. :
i : responsible) for this Htnte of affairs. with clear records, and to the ; and Biippnrt In the race for Mm Pipes, ,

= -- credit of the city be It said, there urn omen, prnmlHlnic (hint. If ..Klivrnd I will xcrvo ". noon, M. t>. : CANDIES .
II
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men of that stamp whose mimes will you and our mutual lnttrt>MtH. to the utmost .
id offer.
The I'l.nuiii'iiliL News now without fear lavur.lteMpeclllllly. PHYSICIAN : A
) or AND SURGEON FULL LINE OF LOWNEY'S CELEBRATED CIIwCOLATESJ :
1 ing/ a daily cartoon service to its appear on the ballots next Tuesday.! .VOIIIM.l Once over IItroh", '. amore, WEST PALM
Party politics and factionalism ? W. HUHMIAItDT. \I : \1..11. IWitdun.'eneer : Cold soda Lunches :
rmdeis. The artist! is A. F. 1'orU-r Royal I'olu- Ice to, Order During Season
should be- thrown to the winds and china hotel PALM UKACI1. \\t.i Cream Soda! .
of New York and his first drawingshave For Mayor. Ice Cream --- --
I. This (i united effort made to place in control SBMINOLB BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACH :

should l!'*t>e n a exceptionally popular feature good.; In Put of the government of .the city, iliivud Without In nomination dl'ect purmlMHlon for Mayor mv hy name,twiiiyHve was. TJ it. POTTIJlt, M. D., :..................................................**

gentlemen .who ,will be true representatives ln'ruoim, who in nut havi thoilicht I stand
surula. _____________ i Mom..chalice 01 heliiK olectixl Roth th*othur 8a8ll. WHT PALM BEACH. FLA -
of the heat interests '
the candidate for the office are. friends .nPmliit* --- ---- East Coast
Lumber &
A Kentucky editor is sporting It whole people. and I have no doubt would, do their beat to' Q 1*. 1'LATTS M. D. Supply Company.
Meek In a went ISMIIB of hit All the candidates lire well knownto fill the office ncreptably to the tltlamiH. I do a
eye. not come out to oppoMtt rlium' ,nor am 1 Neuk- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
paper he had a Happily nearly, every reaident.1 jl Many of 1t,1C the ollle..t{ but ullonlcl I he elected I fuo T..I......,,"n.. dollv..d. till hours of the Cumber Buildii
Wixltled." Thin was followed by them are citizens who have seen West ICI will do the bent I can to fulfill the expectation and "''Jht.Ua911jO. day ] jfT\ateriaI\\

"A 'rise to their frieiuls." The Beach spring up out of the wilderness; of thoHe who nominated, me i lrtive FORT PIERCK, Fla.
suri only the b."IIIIIo..t. of the tow n at heart
.
black eye wna the result of a visit some of them have served faithfullyand :Ol-!). (I. ('altn!E. = -DENTALYI r We have our own plant for making Turned Work, Brackets. *lc.

i from the indignnnt groom. well In the years gone; by, and FOR MARSHAL. _, ---- Orders promptly attended. to. Carload orders gpecliilly..

---------- have done u great: deal to make the 1 hereby announce,myself a candidate I| ) II. MACY ----- -----.
what it I.. These \.. Yards at Tituavllle, Eau Gallle. Fort Pierce and West Palm U acb.
"; Some of the candidates: for State city today. men for City Marshal and If elected, will .. .
? offices have started out in the baby- are surely deserving of recognition/ serve the city to the bent of my ability. Office in Jefferson DENTIST Block. General Office Kan Galhe, Fla.

kissing biiHiiifHH.. When they reach it the polls. And there is new Muo',1tuo W. W. HENDHICKSON. WKbf PALM BBACH, PLORIDA J. DON C. MORRIS Manager West Palm Beach Yard.

West 1'alm Beach, where there are that would he a decided acquisition -- ----- -

to the inch to the council board and, many NOTARY PUBLIC T '
more! youngsters; square Flinch .
than in any other part of Florida, have been heard to express adMire G-- -u"-- I.-MMTCALFF- : Mechanics Here!

h they will run up ugaiust a very bird to see these gentlemen elected next ,

proposition. This Lt not Intended 'uesday Flinch NOTARY PUBLICFor ,The greatest: and
promptness
courtesy', together with: honest dealings,
ig the candidates bat It rests with the voters to any how the State Florida at Large.
fr to discourage WE'VE GOT 'EM D.not.,Morta....... 'KOf. coil ontractt will make you out patrons. Work called for: and (delivered on short
rather to caution them to come prepared the city shall be governed YOt WANT .
MAt notice
y Cuav"Yln'f"Il" .... .. & la any part of town east or went. sl e.STRAHAN'S' .
to camp out here for two or i All Work UIIIL..nt.etll.eKMn" Ourrect
iaLf't i "E erybai Column." IDNER'S III"e.. In r..L KilN IIltH''
Try al fad p'a '
three weeks. Woet Palm Banal IJld.. CO"." .Iorlda. STEAM LAUNDRYJ





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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM &KACtT. FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER{ )\ 10, 1903:

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r' NEWS SUMMARY' hat Fl..'. .

Ii' I roppell A puvlitt, ,haunts of the wild goat, the Oapra rc. .s(( arc. Jr''' 1 '''i rc. j rc. I:5rc.'i' ;r'i( : 1", r''ttoi( ;::; ....:i '.... ;"\\.1<: :,."' 1N' Co
tho Locks: of the AbyaHlnlau -
; OF
THE
WEEK hlgblnndH and manugea to bold MI 1r;
:
Ita own as to Bight against all enemies, l kV ;'

.- -- with the exception or the fleet footed '

it Years a Dyspeptic. I H fa Life Saved by Chamberlain's Colic ,jackal, an adversary whose co-opera.-:

H. Poster, 318 S. :all;& St., Salt Lake ,, Cholera and Darrhoea Remedy. tlvo tactics and keenness of sL'\nt'muk.e 1

?* writes. "f bave ,been botheredC I., Dyer a welt flight unavailing and have led the oil- E'W' GODS
klmw"
with, dy pep la or (* eatlon without for relief:11 tbieBt ,!, imy' he believes c Chamber)Per of. peas l to the conclusion that Under certain "
.' doctors ; _
txw lam's Colic Cholera circumstances valor may bo the
no' and
Diarrhoea
V Rot of Heroine. One Reut-
; uilY a bottle edy saved his life better part of discretion. The .
I la't summer. :f')1ot\ ,
He
oil bad "
I am now tapering 1g
,+ ffl cured Second me,1'have 'recommended it been sIck' for a month with what the doc- an approaching horde ot Jnckals Is 1i g

oa the itla I Curing them, too."' orM call bilious dvenUry, and I could get therefore a signal for instant rally on "
my friends; nothing do him any good. until he the part of the goata The nannies ; iqr. ydllki
$OC, _._ tried this remedy It gave crowd around their kids. and the bucks SP .
mediate relief" lays B. T. Lu "l .r.rI
rush forward ) '
en maaae, butting + 1 K
I awajrwith ro
y
membership of, the Inde- chant Hancock Md. For
total sale
The by All a rage that lays out & yulper. at
of Odd,! Fellows, accord Druggists and Medicine Dealers. \: ii
Order ... "N :
pendent ... .. every spring and make the survivors ,
jug to the report! made In Buitiuaore a stand back howling and aavrvctag.Influcao. :> -ro Irti

: fee days ago: *Is 39.9S6.. The total; By the way young alligators are being : Prints at 6'nd 7 ets. ',

of the orderin 1903 were fit.,553,902 .- brought; Into town there'" seems to be a of L.njrhov on oa.The ...,-. ,, J k r/
revenues
of which"fj,8940 was spent pretty good supply In Florida yet. At efficacy of laughter a* an aid to : '"" f
least one thousand of the little awlmllatlon and alimentation baa t

in relief- __ ing have the been brought in by countrymen saurians dur Dared teal tnrUin Into that such no a common one of ordinary physiolog Intelligence I Ginghams and Percal s, prices ranging 4 4r.ro ;

Consumption Threatened. past month and disposed of to need to hare the principle '( a .rrJ

Unger, an street. CuaniraliTu local dealers.-St. August me Record. upon which It work elucidated for his !", '
C. MarIe
111., writes: troubled l with ---- understanding In these days of wIde- Of'- ', 10 12% and 15 ets. per yd. LurF F1 "' ,'
KckHig cough for a year and I thought i Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers.Foley'a ly disseminated dietetic knowledge, !i.
I tried M \ 9 ;,
a great The I ,,
consumption.
who In not continuously
bail average person
,, 1 Under the Honey and Tar affords Imme
'many remedies for and several was mouths. I uaed care diate relief to asthma sufferers in the "10 the dum""", know. hum experience i:; ",, "

ol..byolclaOa. of Foley' Honey and Tar It worst,stages and, if taken in time will that laughter la good for dlgeatlon I ''t
OliO bottle been troubledSuce. effect a cure. Diuilck & Rlegel.Kissimuiee says What to Eat It should alt
me, and 1 have not ; ;!1 ; '4,1
& Riegel. -.- bo borne In mind that mirth and good .
cheer Deed not express themselves tn _ro J i
-- --- Is again trouble
having .
convulsive laughter In order to Influence : n I1r
of Agriculture of the with iu school. Five years ago that rm
+ The Department digestion. An amiable, contented -
Dominion of Canada with the active cooperation town built a school house which a great calm and equable temperament baa I -ro t,,:

Live Stock many people thought too and marked Influence the ,J'
large digestive
of the Canadian upon I
Awwciations. is malting: active preparations which all thought would be large enoughfor p&"OOetItMt!! without laughter. A. Botsford Dry Goods Co. M r s tip

on a large scale for the exhibition years to come; but, since this term a
A Silver Y;
Rlddl I
Canadian live stock at the St. LouieWorld" has opened, with 350 scholars, and the
of English tram car companies use In sm
primary teacher bas 6t enrolled, the
wake
Fair. It is proponed to
counting the money taken In what la '
(\he eihibll the largest and most representative people are coming to tbe conclusion tint called a "stiver riddle." Four or five The Ladies Outfitters ;,

.. display of Its kind ever held. some arrangement must be made to accommodate frames are planed on the top of each r.ro m d( ;\

Efforts; are now making/ with hopes of the greatly increased number other, and a given 'quantity of mixed I i

success to secure a government appropriation of primary scholars. silver Shake Is emptied! In on to the topmost. 1 f-l 1Jt?1 )J 1 c'YJf f? )J 1J :Uc r.t': "J 'J )j "J !JIf."' 1J ro ::
the
latter and all the
of to aid tbe'u ibit. ------ pieces BI[- rr*l'J7r'B) 7ii* r7r?*it7iy* O r i O/ *!i7 M'i'Jr' / *T%>i f '4FX '
$100,000 it45 45 r
the half will
copt crowns disappear
.... Fearful Odda Against Him. ...
through the wire net arrangement ono '
0.91'
Bedridden, alone and destitute Such, the frame below Shake frame No.
Raised From Dead, -- - L 'I
In brief was the condition of an old' sol 2 and everything goes through except <
C.; W. Landls, Porter" for the dier by name of J J. Havens, Versailles the florlna, and thus the coins are eventually ,. A Few oTudriti; PricesCommon :
a Oriental Hotel, Chanute_ Kiin say: O. For years he was troubled with Kidney exhausted down to the three ',
"I know what it was to Buffer with disease and neither doctors nor med. iro

neuralgia deed I did, and got a bottle iclues gave him relief. At length; be penny pieces. Glass $ .35
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of Ballard's Snow"" Liniuieut aid: I was tried Electric llltlets. It put him on his Lamps
i
'rained from the dead.' I tried to get feet in short order and now he testifies: A. D n|erit Mine more, but before I bad 'deposed'ul "I am on the road complete recovery" First Henpecked Husband-Well, sir,' Large Nickel Lamp, fine for reading 1.75 4 ,

my bottle, I was cured entirely. I Best on earth for Liver and Kidney I've been gone and dune It My wife
aui telln' de truth too." .250 sue and troubles and all forms of Stomach and wouldn't give me the latchkey again Fancy Parlor Lamps 3.25 up ;,

$1,00 i ___ _. Bowel Complaints. Only 500. Guaranteed this morning, BO I took it by force-by
.- by All 1 Druggists force, do you hear suet __.""" :!l'_=r,..,,..' '.

Many persona la this community are --.......- Second Ditto (admiringly)-Say, old C

differing from kidney complaint who Hon. W. H. Ellis, of Quincy State man, don't let my wife bear thatShe'll ., Ladies Sewing Rocker, golden oak, $1.50
could avoid fatal results by using Foley's never let me go out with'you I
Kidney Cure. | Auditor, who bas held some stock in again. Wicker Porch Rocker 1.75 '' 1 d
I.
.. the Quiucy Herald and Era for sometime I
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: has purchased the additional stockof One He Couldn't Loam. Toilet Set 3.25 '
Tbe first watermelons of the seauon Seven-piece i
Air, Claude N. Bateuian, who has Peddler- Wunt to buy an umbrella :

are being placed 0"0 the market. One been editing/; that paper for tbe past two cheap 00881l1erchuutNo COMPANY..' '

day last wtek at Gainesville, Ga., A. years This gave Mr. Ellis a majority ; wbafs the use? THE J. B. McGINLEY : ,

R. Wilson and B. A. Allen, wbo operates Whenever 1 buy an umbrella somebody
of the Block. Mr. Ellis immediately Furniture
Exclusive House in South Florida
track farm a mile from the city, steals It. The Largest
for the ensuing two
leased the paper dq
brought, in a load of watermelons that Peddler-Well, this one ain't worth .
of --- -- ---
to Mr. W. E.Inll1an. formerly -
years Exchange.
stealing.-
weighed within a few pounds of 1,800 tbe Milton Index, who will have full fOLE.YSlfOfffiY TAR '
There melons in the We 11 T3 r''iCures '
pounds. were 20
1
Boarding
control of the paper.Cures The Remleder."Mamma
load and they ranged in weight from 70 --...- ." said Bennto as there came lUCell S Sand _Colds| Prevent Pneumonia inC
to 104 pounds each. It was the biggestload a brief pause in the conversation on Seri ----- -- -'--
Blood, Skin Troubles Cancer, leslrahlepruplu who wlHh a pleasant V
of melons ever brought to the Blood Poison. Greatest Blood Purifier the part of the callers, "Isn't It time pined to atop at while Inv..nt Palm \ ARK YOU GOING 4r

Gainesville market and biggest.: probably Free. for you to ask me what I learned at BC8l'h.lwUl Cud, / MINARET COTTAGE s 4

ever raised in the stale of Geor ,. thin diseased the kindergarten today If you don't our patrons are. on Olive Street botnrocn nvnrnlu and North or West ? y y
If your blood is Impure, do It pretty soon I'll forget what you Horn, Just muh U. )pluon, Klre'( clean I
North Georgia the blue ribbon If have invited t4 visit our
gia. gets hot full of humors, you ,
or cmtifnrtablttlu'dH
told me to say. -Chicago Tribune. ronnie neatly turnl.h..I ; f; ''
on watermelon raising.. They were blood: poison, cancer, carbuncles! eating --- --- store or have us call ; good, wbnleinine food ; VERY --- ) ra

sold at $5 a piece. sores, scrofula, eczema, itching, risings Cheap Excursions! Via the Atlantic for order for moderate 'prlcoa are the rccotnmi'nda- fir,
bone
., and Jumps, scabby, pimply skin, Line. your tloim. Only ItuiltoO number ut rooiu-. 4
Coast d dld
rheumatism, or any TIlE 1 ,
il
pains catarrh anything In .pe call bo IWcoUlluoda tel1. Tabla board
A Remarkable Record blood or skin disease, take Botanic Special summer excursion rates to a

/ Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a directions.Blood Balm. Soon(B. B.all sores B.) according heal, aches to Hot[ Springs, Arkansas. Tickets on sale upeclultr.MRS.. FRANK DARLING. Louisville & Nashville R. R s S Soffers

remarkable record. It bas been In use awl pains stop, the blood Is made pure Wednesdays and Saturdays to and including Meats and .Groceries M

for over thirty years, during which time and, rich, leaving the skin free from September 30th. Limited sixt Geo. S.'Hacker. & SonMANUFACTURERS unexcelled passenger aer"y i '
many million bottles have been sold and and giving the rich glow days.
t used. It hits long been the standard and of every perfect eruption health to the skin. At the Special summer excursiou to Washington handleJPoultry' Eggs, Butter, vice. Modern trains carrying

main reliance in the treatment of croup time, B. B. B. improves the digestion Pullman sleepers, up-to-date tla
in thousands of homes let during: all same strengthens weak D. C. Tickets on sale daily until Cheese, Fruits and Vegetables "
cures dyspepsia Fifteen days stopover coaches, tree. Reclining Chair R
tbis time no case has eyer been reported kidneys. Just the medicine for old people September soth.

to the manufacturers in which it as it gives them new, vigorous in each direction. Final !limit October i Cars and Dining Cars between.

failed to effect a cure. When given as blood. Druggists $t per large bottle, 31st.Summer. PROMPT DELIVERY OF ALL ORDERS .+ Southern and Northern cities. I b [
soon as the child becomes hoarse or even directions for home cure. Samplefree ftv P'' t ; ,
as loon as the croup cough appears, it with and prepaid by writing Blood tourist tickets will be sold 1 A SPfCIALTYFABER : + The finest dialog car service-in { re

will prevent the attack. It (Is pleasant Balm CO.., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trou- until September 30th to the principal \he South. J 1 1k d

to take, many.children like it. It contains ble and special free medical advice also I resorts throughout the country,_ limited I
no opiunv or other harmful substance in sealed letter. D..n. B. is especi-
sent October 31st. k
to return
and may be given, as confidently advised for chronic, deep-seated ; BROS. /hl }
to a baby as to an adult. For sale by ally of Impure blood and skm, disease, i For full Information and rates from .

All Druggists and Medicine Dealers. cases and cures after all else fails. any point, see any agent of the Atlantic Clematis' Ave. near Public Schbol ALL AGKNTS SELL THROC'CK 41 'i4 l

_. ... -.- Coast Line, or write Frank C. Boylston, OP TICKETS VIA r. fi ,

"I bad d abetes in Its worst form," The Best Prescription for Malaria Commercial Agent,'138' West Bay street, Doors Sash /j/ +4i

writes Maton Lee of runreath, Ind. Chills aud Fever is s bottle of Grove's Jacksonville, Florida. Electricwirfrig L. & N. R. R.
"I tried ei ;ht physicians' without relief. Tonic, It is simply iron -- Blinds, MouldingsAND
Kidney Tasteless Chill .
Ouly three bottle? of I oley's --
form No His Life to a Neighbor's Kindness. --- ---
Cure made me a well man." Dimick & and quinine in a tasteless Owes: _

R.iegel. cure, No pay. Trice :so cents Mr. D. P. Daugherty, ,well known December 1st, Building Material, For rats, schedules and sleeping cor ', I '
__ until r
I From now
....- throughout: Mercer and Sumner counties
reservations
his life to CHARLESTON S C.fT apply to -
,
A Healed. W. Va., most likely owes ,
Physician
Folev's. Kidney Cure. the kindness of a neighbor. Be was almost the Peninsular Construction Company Factory South.
Dr. Geo. Ewing a practicing physician Largest '
hopelessly afflicted with dlarrboea; J. M. PLUMING: ,
of Smith's Grove, for over 30 Will Brlgbt's Disease. Send for Prices. '
Ky. cure who '
installa-
physicians
years, .writes his personal experience Will cure Diabetes was attended by two when will do electric light Florida Passenger Agent/ L. & N. R. R. r
relief a
him little, if any, .. .
in Bladder. gave -- --- -- ------- 206
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For yearsI Will cure Stone of his serious condition > West Day St., Jacksonville, Fin. ,
Diseases learning
had been with kidney Kiduey and Bladder neighbor t'on In'all Its branches at actual '
bothered
greatly Will cure Chamber ii:
and bladder trouble and enlarged --.-- brought Colic, him Cholera a bottle and of Diarrhoea UELSOUDReal ) () ) G t. STO!>or .
lain's t"
prostrate gland. I1' used everything Devoured by Worms.Children Remedy, which cured him In leas than cost. Write to us, OP ask for esti General Passenger Agent, '

., known to'the profession without relief, often cry not from pain, twenty-four hours For sale by All a EstatePALM Louisville, Ky. I Ifg
until I commenced to use Foley's Kidney from hunKer, although fell abundsntly. Druggists and Medicine Dealers.Stomach mates. ,
BEACH FLA.
I but ,
Cure. After taking three bottles entire trouble arises from
The
---
-- -
j was entirely relieved sod cured. I prescribe foul Is sot s8 imilated. :
it now daily In my practice' and inanition devoured, their by worDIS. A few doses ofWblte' Trouble. PeninsularpJlectric Notary Public. 'Cottages to Rent ,9
heartily recommend its use to .all physicians but Vernllful/e/; wIll cause / I i
troubled with stomach
Cream been of llntol.
"I have my Olllce South: Potncluna
to
for such troubles I have prescribed and begin Co.
crying "
Construction!
said D L "
cease four ,
them to for the past years Thin signature' 1* on every box of the goeuloeLaxative
-' --
it in hundreds of cases with per. to the sur ------ -- -- -- "
thrive at once, cry mther B ach, of Clover Nook Farm Greenfield, .
fed Quinine Tablets ;
promo
success.;------fl.. prlse and Joy of. tbe.. j 25C. Mass. ,"A (few days ago t was induced West Palm Beach, Fla. 'S. H. RICHMOND, Agent ">. remedy that mar** a amid In one daTi01EnHONEYANI

to buy a box of Chamberlain's Stomach _. ___ __
,, A German tailor named Carl Schultz, Cold in One Day and Liver Tablets. 1 hate taken part of Penile Grant Land Coipny. ------ '' 1ClG,
t'' died In Bartow last week and shortly af- To Cure a Tablets them and feel a great deal better" If ,

Let his death his daughter Minnie 'remembered Take Laxative Bromo refund Quinine the money if you have any trouble with your stomach REAL I2STATK. TAR i 1
druggists You cer. Le A. WILLSON CUTLER. FLOR1IM'J 'j
Tablets. are
All a box of these eplwtse'j ,
that he had not long ago: received cure H. W. Grove'S signs- try .with the result. P.tce lcA..tlre safe. .,,_, N. ,
pleased
to be ,
InI It fails boa 25 cents. tain to and ; .. .. ,_ .. 4 TNn
estate each All -
Druggists -
some money from an ure I. on 25' cents For sale by t: MANUFACTURER or -- --- ---- "
I G erUlaDY. A search was made, with the ,---- ,Medicine Dealers. M. M. CROCKCONTRACTOK

1 result that a package containing t5 CroUD. -- Boots and Shoes AD DV1LDEKConlineu KIDNEY DISEASES J'' $,r
Bitter J
of End of Fight.
a
thett04nere
I. was found sewed; In the ,lining of Usually begins with the smtOI1lI1, sneez .C' + (or rtton. Brick rid
there 18 chilllne8 "Two physicians had a l long and stub "': '.
h worn by dead man. comD100 cold; lul8e, ,. -- i Woolen B"Ildlege.\ .

1 the, log sore throat and, hot'Impelled skiquick respiration, born,"fight writes with J.an F.abcess Hughes on of my DuPoot right, i ,General Foreman Work Solicitrd.Foatoffice ere the most fatal of all dis i"

hoaraenew small doses' of Ballard's lung "and gave me up. Everybody Repairing in All Klnde of Leather Box PALM BEACH JFOlE'Y'S "! .
p What;>!. Life t Give frequent child will\ cry Ga., 195 IW. eases.
(the thought my time had come. As a last I I

',t In the lost analysis nobody knows, for IoreboundSyrup 10) aod 1 at tbe first sign of. 1 s eeSnow'' resort I tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor Goode Really Done. !I KIDNEY CURE r. jll'w ; e
'M strict The benefit I received '
put we do know that it Is under frequently Consumption.
'law- Abuse that law even slightly tough Llnimmt apply externally! to the throat SOC WAS striking and I wss on my feet IDa ., H, ,ARTSON, 1! 6uarsat8id Roedj ;.

( .- few days Now I've entirely regainedmy Indi iau Taimed cd Buc1 Skin I I :
derangement
health" It conquers all Coughs, TAILORING I "$ i
Constipation/ ; Headache; or Liver trouble. Hav You' Noticed ? Colds and Throat and Lung 'troubles: or money refunded. Contains f"'"

d Dr.: King'* New 'Life Pills quickly readjusts Th'e date on lbe< label of your papers Guaranteed by All Druggists./; "Price 50 etA aid a d Horsehide ShoesFOR ,In AIMts-----Branches- [remedies recognized )by( enil-best ;
subscription free.FOLEYSKIDNEYCUR. I
Trial bottles
iv this It'. gentle, yet, thprougb.Ouly to what time your I cent and f I the loot '
2S0 at All Druggist It tells you just All subscriberS: PRESSING,,_CLEAN1KS, I nent physicians as V. :.

k..' :. ., : see b.that beta thq paid'date b changed after.endlo' l !I TENDER FEET .. DYEING AND REPAIRS Kidney and Bladder troubles... ",.!,, ,,\ ,
Iboul
t atop. the Cough :and Works off the Cold their'rmlllaace, and shoaltl ; Nof w ol'IVw 'JcffersoQ' BlockN. Shop on Olive ,St. West, ,aim Beach Pfi1CBsloeadi.00? l'tl,
Msk.a KMM rift BU4ir Right Olio, St. ;
ay Uiati. Bromo QuinUe Tablets cures this office It It Is not 80 cha ied.. | .r .,.. .,., .. /" ,

OH la on.day.. NQ. curs.No pay 2sc. notify 'I \ ...."'< ,, 'I, .t,'" t u 30
u iw*" ." r \0\\" :it, ir,il. 'nJ.p.I,,
\ M$ >* > ," ,-. ,d', 'r,.' '. .f\ij1F11l'\ .;//1'' f", ,I..l. 'u 4 lt 1'i", ':.\< :).3 JI': w'\"d'J,,:\' ," .:..; l',,,", ,i ioJ' '
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,: THE VALUE OF A Slncu the but IH H necv-HAiiry. evil--to Florida East Coast Ry. tlantic Coast Line

'" some folkr-and: la an>|ui>.tltutlon of the ,
LUCIFER MATCH state Minx licensed, ....tN- "' 'tt to It ooixislonully .
THE GREAT TKHCUGH! CAR LINE FROM
tuuut be exuumtd. There are ; LORIDA

I Ew" -- M>U>O very clover men behind the bur, LOCAL TIME CARD No.. 49. In Effect May 28, 1903.MUTKBOUNO -----------.--. -.----.--

,,,\ [Original.] and awe In awhllo a geDtluumn. Tab CC/fo DOW. NORTHBOUND-READ! UP. -CONNECTIONS .
The most eventful Incident In my In imiiiilly kept on him by' too metal -

1 rullfoiul experience? Well draw up cash register "no' feels that ho 'In NO.M Naafi ITATIONI.l No.88 No. 78 ,_- -. .

fjijHelf no! that I won't buvu to teller to watched at all hours. by a novae: of pal Daily Dally. D&1T. DaaP.p Over its own rails to

lie heard above these passing trnlnfl, tntiKl uiachlunr.' If he steals choc! nEast Savannah
) a
'I Lr............... \ ............. P 111I
: :
'I:, and l'I1'teU you. I'vo been a railroad, ut 16 cuntd,bo la niiitfUt,' you may nay I I. lItO. ..... .... .&uJ.Nkeunrli ...... wa549ae u P C Charleston, Richmond and WashIngton
'y l1alall life and In some bud Not at all[ Tho other day In n funhlon E pats : :. ..... ..ekAnxuaUifa..:::........ ::... .160. 3 I' -e.
my '
C ::! nU Oaa.r.: ............... SlMilllK'-.................., : : M thence via :Pennsylvania RyiThe
'I I ; tmijiHheH' but the thing thnt bottiew uiu able resort the proprietor, big and pompous s LJ.11"a p : ..... ...?,"."tlbl.ska.....1.t... .. ..,... .. .eeN5e '01'. Are via All Rail I
most even today, many yearn. after It "('ull<'d don n" one of Ida men before l *hp : .... .. ............I..J"'k.......... .......-:::: ;;r.'JII.m M'1lO ..---.----- ------ ..-
In which I In the t5 tU.1f'U1L. ... ... .......P&IMI& .,... .. ., .. ...... p r-o"
(> was customers. As to
,: : C"lu'rrrl. was one some questloa -j-, Ar..S M Mawu'Ji' ......... .. .. .. ... .Tile Louisville & Nnshvlllo, via
tin personal danger whu tever.I of right or wrong I say nothing .. .. _ll. .pAin'Lv.. .... ...s.NnnMata, ........... ...."..AraeOA&e/91!! '?! -CIn1y0 I West .Montgomery
r I I was n tot Ion agent In a little town But presentlyhen Signor rt.I11'01l1ty; JHs Ii'r..... .; ,;..NIION.. .. ... ........L..raewa6d "I:;! tie Thelabile & Ohio Tin
r 05 t. ........... ...... ... 0 MontgomeryVia '
\ on tho A. V. and Y. rllII rund. The eta turned his back, tbo Mir man emptied a 1 It .. ...... Btmnnlla. i .
", ... \. 2 .. .........Dupnnt............... .. HI" :/ _____ _
i tluii wan at cue end of a bridge across Cull bottle.ot the Qneutawbixky Into the III: OS"p m ...::::.............Qrmonu...,............::.:.. t 9991 1ip7llse .L __ _
a narrow, bnt'del'p, river. At low Mater washing nndi-r the bar It was C. I .. .................. Marton. ................. ..... s 4 W.. r 61 p To Savannah end Ocean Steamship
trough I ................. .PortOrangft\ ............ n. .. I' / : COIIIDIIIIV; far New
It wax rather a gorge than n stream' worth at leasfl.bu.: ; ThAt' wan hU Wilt; Mzo.r.e .... ,. .*.N!'... Bill r .'... .......e ,11II. 'I D :>DBTIFO The East t York. Philadelphia nUlltod.I' .
I Quo, wild night when tho ruin h# l been If r lufofnied 'thnt\ IL 11 II a I e ..I.'. ...::...... /nt lllll....,,..:: ........... a a P < ..W Vm Norfolk Steamer to Now York, Washington nod
< getting evou. um .
: I .1 i lall i .......;... ... ;: Titu.vlllo........ ............ 11111. s 18 pwrit BIt,
more
pouring\ nil day I noticed Unit tho wnti Is the usual way of resenting ait Insult 13 ejf l< ... ,"wt.....Ooooa ., .................. aal9s.s :oo -i
i : ..................:.f.19 /OpDinf > Via Suvunnnh and !Merchants &
*wils to the I took from the r1t.tor. The.uit" 8i"$ Mp :.:.:.. ... ........Boaklortjm a Miners TrinKportatum c
i up stringers. my pro stealingof O.J OP....... ,. S: .............. ...... 111II.11 01 I'/ ZM.J.J via steamship pony for Baltimore and Philadelphia.) I onuvia
lantern and went on to the bridge 13,, cents 14 a seta!\,.rotted when tb 2" 1.94& .. .... ............i'Alb..rl1......... ............aI40 .U e. ;" :II -
Uoliig pert way across I felt a tremor, bar man JII 1 to bo tru U'il wltli thousands. 10I a p : ... .._ ....... ....vbMtlan ..........,. .. ..... a I CIllo ..1I16.1C ,. ,.. ,.. --' ; -- -.
f 4.5.. Lu.I...... ........ .. 119apni( I flU 28. .. TO KEY WEST
i road, after hunting for the muse saw of dolllll'll'jworth( of Jlquors. If a man W a.- Its 0 .......::.....:... .Ft. ...:.... ....::::.. dlIlp51091 '? pf z i Peninsular & Occidental
,.. ...................... :! P1.ue' ... .. .. f11 ,.. and' '
that of the weak. In. Is not to be trusted with how p'
piers was change Dt9t4i ,
one li/8o ............._.... .. : ................. .ftl1 wm
dad It wns pimply question of a In. ho to, be trusted with, 'liquors?-New QU.UIss ... .............. .. Jenimn ... ............... ..: .11 .C: a HAVANA Steamship Company
.. ....:.:: tts0s/4, ,
.. Sttinrt .rli8
short time before )Jt would (give way. York Promi.Qvmmramr. eai.tt ', ........:........UobeS.mnd.:.::.::.:::::.:.., ta prses&a.ln" aw-1 .h-- ., ._. -"=h.=--==.. _
Then I begun to think In a hurry. --- ; f II ................ .. vrvvii JnplMr.. ..... .. .113".11 : ,
'a..iS.1
t No train would over that bridge and 1,11I. a .. ..... ........."' ..'P..lmB..I1.. .:...,"...... e 11'11. n,.. >- OMETHING NEW'
go Writing.One eldse ........Bey n Ion.. .. 11'8T6A. .. .ar j ;
without going down. I wan so terror duy Julian Ilawthorna corn- I 1tF .asses. I .::::::::.:... D.Ire ':..?.::.:.:.:;.::... 9ISTW i a ,iD..
t e0ols5 qpp ...............y..ttLaudorIi" "....,.. ........ ... I ipaeOs\ Interchangeable mileage ticket. good Ivtr.IJ.onn.tnllr of
time though 1 certain writer hili1V0lldl'rful tne
atrkkeu that for Boruo 1.ll1l1eutlug a on 2 f. III. I' ... ..... ........jlnflandula.' ..... ....... .. ..... f 8$ lean. raIlroAds in the Southern :Matea are on sale by tin : among i prlnclml)
r was familiar with the time of every I facility .lu his hundllnff of ebs.o t D ... .. .. ... t 1..000.. ii principal agc-nlH.
i ..r. ...LemoDClj1..i..s Through Pullman, blecper.' Port t -rR'lipa to New York via Atlantic
trnln. couldn't for my life remember words and In bill construction of sentences c e 0055 .Ar .. ".'.. .. p.OOO.SCIIJilDt1LEB Coast Line.
I "You of OFHBHAJTCHvom LINTEL: Prank Hoylenlon, Commercial A"e..tV.. 'T). Stark Traveling
from what direction the Oral train are u muster phrases, I ,, I'IIIIII""I'r
Agent: 138 Went n.ly Street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Flu. |Ii.
M
t would conao, but by an effort I controlled said the novelist, with a twinkle; and Tralfio E'IIt'rMfllI,.
Alauager, W. J. 'CrRfK, General ,
,\ myself, and It cume to me that then added: .ANI ORD RBANOB. ORANfI C'I1tY' BRANOB.II ( Passenger Ageit WiliiiinKloii, N. C..

i' I ,lu nrtuun minutes Otto wns duo at the ""How do you da It, anyhow?" e. -
aoIaION.. I erAlleNe. .
Hlatlnn oufiiig' from uerosa the river, "I don't know," ripped ,the writer. a Den DMI au --

w hi In fi-oin tho other dliectlon none "You see, t hove forgotten' all that I ..,l. .;. .,,,...,. s I W AO tQa Lv..If. 8mrsa. Ar a p9P a f0D ,
J, was due for more tlmn two hours. The ovc-r...Icn rued at school \cept that tho ( v'}'; pe n...,.,.: ..., rtll 1 (11 ail et l y ,pk i NIn 4,a. Op 00yslfn..Idnt.r
{. ,,:,.,. : SEABOARD
thing for mo to d" was to crows the. prepoKitlon governs tho objective case" IU : } h1 69pxtlaM vO tnRltQny.d 1 COJa6pqt
.
00eu Ar.OrCtr
Ar, ., r +nf..r)1 vs.0son Jo.LLL.I_ Oa'd19p
bridge and signal the first train. To "Mavu my life I couldn't tell you the

Over, the tlen, benenth which the difference between! .tint present tense / MAYPOBT }hUy, .A.LR LINE H IL\J.T,Y
water was bolllbg against, the string-" !and a predicate. I write by ear dod 1 Dally D&Ity z a DaI1 lAdly. ItlldlYOII. ....Bunu D.IIy. Dally. Dnlly.l9und.j .

era I ran as rapidly as If I were en a don't know any more about grammar -I'OR--. '
dirt rood I could. think of nothing: but than a cockroach knows about pointIng p 0 p prd0snaN. .!rkrerllb.Ire r0sea/0 1 0ps 00 SAVANNAH COLUMBIA. CAMDBN I t.N
SOUTUI
/ esl e8s0.1a1.akp..WalrsA/11. 958 xi PINKS. R.-\f.Rf'
a' trnln lund of people dashing on to rones on Jugs." u + .? f0rti pIP RICHMOND, WASHINGTON BALTIMORE! 1I
,
tint bridge and plunging Into water "That's all right my boy that's all : a l I r r e1014ru .Aaw ll.dl..lrts g at.eTl6re / PsD9D PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK ./
t p f P a i 4 W s s T0 a 5 90 PTen'It F
forty feet deep. As soon as t, had right said Iluwthoruo dryly "No .. .
pnsHod off the. bridge I sped down the man who's a \IIr..t'lIod a mast .r of o. T'bl.a show th. am o.A%vthloh Iratni tn.y be jiwot4l to ,rrlT6 sad d*>parl \
lb. sevey.I tbvlr &rrtv.l or departure at the ql>tua .tUtd In not aruponotbl ,rant edf
track HO that I might head' off the style\ ever. knows. anything about gram-, nrd.ee th* Oompaaj bold lust .Sot say delay or any oonii train an far ns possible from the
ger.from I the hnd bridge gone and ouly was n hundred tearing yards along Haw DrlahtJolned, Cobden ? KEY WEST AND HAVANA. KOOID fcilee.er| and ObservaUon Cars oporateil! nolul'St l ,. Augustine Drawing.and! I,

John Brlght's account of bow be Jacksonville to New York, via Washington; leaving it Augustine
12-10
like mail wben suddenly I tumbledInto : ,
a cattle guard was pretty and Richard Cobden clime to join PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. l>. in. Javjkhonvilla<( 1 :zo p. mm. dally Southbound: thin train U

badly hurt, but this was not what forces against, tho corn laws curly In fount BOUND NORTH BOUND. known us the Suaboard Florida Limited.
lantern fell to tho the last century Is as follows: **I Will I., Mleotaan.Thus..................... 00a LT Harana Won, Frl" .......... ,....I) 000'.
troubled me. My r .y Wat8unThur.................. 00 I'I At Key Went Man, Prl................Slip '
bottom of the expavatlon and went In the depths of grief,*! might also" Hliyof ,. Lv 'e W.sr 8u.' Thur.................. U 80 I' t: out. despair, for the lltflit and 8uII.blue'ot &/ ,. .... ... .. ....- TOOa Ar Miami\ Ta.,. But.. ...... .......... .Iles

,/ I groped for the lantern but couldn't my house bad .been oxtlnguluhed. For ..fr ft Looal Tim Card or other Information addranl any Agent
find It. I suppose I was noo excited All that was Joft on earth of my life; Operating Duly Through Sleepers From

u to look carefully. Hut I gathered my and of a too bufef-happlness. was lying /. B. XtAJDTIBH. AMt. Qan. Pass Agent.. ST. AIIf3II8 LDtE.: FLA. Jacksonville New

\,! faculties and hunted on till I got It. still and held in tffo i plumber above us. -- -_ t to Orleans

*Tho next question was how to relight Mr. Cobden called upon uie, and, having w -.'_ -....:.. ......awn

j It. I felt In all my pockeU and at last expressed words' ef ondoleIlL' Three Elegant Trains Daily

found one match. sold: There are thousands' of houses [9O1.TOi,0 NnVYCG.'! Seaboard New York Limited

Talk about the value of *a drop of In England at this moment where T
wlv.es mothers and children are dyingof Seaboard Express ,- Seaboard
,, water to one dying of thirst, a crust CLVJ'LA/ID Mail
,, of bread to one famished I I doubt If unger. Mow when ,the first paroxysm ., 1rIW' 1 MODERN PULLMAN
EQUIPMI L :
either water or bread could ever oem of your grief is piist' I would advise $ CJ1'YCA' p0 SBL '

1 as valuable to any one as that match you to tome with me and-we will bpl Nlllv) ;Jul I _._._.

j, seemed to me. How was I to strike It never rest till the corn bawls repealed.' L'Y Py1 \

without danger of Its being blown out The offer was -accepted and the work dam For full lafurnitlm, ; aid( Sleep resflrvatlon. call: on
any
agcn
before I could rollght the lantern was .done. 1Jpvdre7Py7low "$ieubo-rJ, or writeA.

i Therntwas no protection near and 1 2'I PrC/LV 0., MAODONKLL
:S.
WDrC
A Q.>_* Floatlnic Iajn4.. :: CJ BOVLSTON
hadn't time to go hunting for any. ,I Ass'I Gen. I'ass.
knew the train would pass the spot There la a floating Island in Derwen { Agt. Passenger Age.

where I wu In '*** than ten minutes, water' E g1ond. 'not far from Lodorefalls. YGd7fSU/ ce/ rf.f 4 Jacksonville! Florida.

and I ,must relight that lantern within i Its travelers are restricted to atoruatlons 4y
f !
A that time. However I had the good between the bottom of the 4 w ---.- .
-- -
--
sense to Bret put a greater Interval between lake and the surface. .Wbi-n moved to uNAJRIPI AI'45 $ --- -

me and the bridge before taking retirement )t inks und remains In watery ii, V rate'

e any other! action, nud ran on a quarterof seclusion for periods which, vary al1I' Ili r4e'Y '

a tulle stopping In a cut half a from a few months to as long as seven

i, dnlu'n feet deep. There I was, with or eight years. Its existence above
one match la my pocket with whichto below'' water appears to be'' determines :%flslIC et. /

wive the )lives of a whole train load by tlte.presence within the island ofgable ', ," 'y 0 .l
.
of pi-ople, and only about five minutes h w boHu quantity governs: Its buoyancy +JlICn.At

In which to Insure safety In starting a Estbwalto lake in* the 'same .S J .1t ,7 1A"e ", +
flame. neighborhood, boasts 'a not' less. puotllng Pay 'S. COLUM p 'GI 1

tlolIIl'hoW'.by this time I bad gathered but'more '0'11I(0111>10 island. 'Thl pj I @

my faculties completely I determinedthat ) baa served as a ferryboat to conduct r LIIyy ?
iu>thliitf but a complete driving ''nil many as fifteen persons at a time j,a Jt/'' mtclY1Lt t

from my wind of.: the situation would across the bosom of the water upon For' .

enable me to plan, and with a su which It rides.A As4eor sa1WTh 4JI

r premo effort I mastered my excitement -' SMOOTH UNSOUTUE.RN c 'qy 1

; inul became perfectly cool. Then A Litvrar I..w. w

I ronildertil by dashes of thought Sir Edward' Russell's/ record In the 1 w
MiI : r rf'r
the l beet way to proceed Should I way ofliterary wolc; was his article on tr."To .

+ attempt! relight the lantern directly,' Matthew Arnold on the day that great
from the match or try to 'light afire man died. Sir Edward had exclusive RAILWAY

? I felt In my pocket and found a Information of ,tbe dvent, which happened ClWAS11U4GTON r

few scraps of paper-news-clippings- on a t3,mday: lie did not get

14 anti some letters. There was also alend to work until half past 7 in'the even- NEW YORK I! ASHVILLE and

pencil Taking ort my coat, I set, ing and It wad "necessary for him to I
and the EAST
It up lu the middle uT the track In tent- catch a train at o'clock..' By dint of HOT SPRINGS, N. C.

like fashion though the wind* forced dictating to his secretary, and 'writing CINCINNATI'. CHICAGO, :: "THE LAND OF THE'SKY"
i Die to hold on to It to keep It from being himself, he got through .biographical 'I
blown nwny. I next crumpled the article of a column and a half and a The NORTH: and WEST... .| f.e -The Sapphire Country.

,' I hits of nvwspnper and laid them on the two I column leader, within one hour .....wart JI..fI'n Tri-Weekly Sailings Between >
tie, which though wet wii8 not much and twenty minutes. Such a feat bus 'Ntalliuc.a.irr' > Dining CarTr
JACKSONVILLE
iu contact tvrtu the paper. My next never been excelled.. 0. All .in.. "Vail B..t.JB # NW YORK

move wile to crumple the letters and Calling at pharlnlon, 8.C, both wav .

,'r lay them on the clippings. All this I aotlan limited. $OU'rIUf.R'1'1AU..W toe W. n.AY.,. $., |. ,.....H....._'.,CARp. "A.D'airtet' ......nl.r Avant.MANOO THQ FINEST STEAMSHIPS W THa COASTWISE SERVICE

did, holillntc tho coat In pooltlou. Finally A highland watt or once refused to W. A. T.,.... P. T TUB CLVIIE NBW'
: V..I.III P. C. .
4. u n. $ H. ti'.r", C. KNULAMJ AND SOLTIIERN LINKS':
"' P. A.. d.
serve Max O'ltell at dinner, and when Waehlnslon. D.
I spilt loud pencil into strips .
luy t WI N T"'V1Qa. A. Q. P. A.. .14111.. Ca.P .
explained "[t'8 no' to be >1rput.tLod Direct Service Between. ..
i reproved :
with which to start a more lasting
; _. 'OT .... .. _... .. JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON
'flu me. .that n self. respecting Beotmimn AND PR'OVIDRNCB.
-
could him with : ._ AND ALL EASTERN POINTS
i I bud now taken every possible precaution serve ceeveellty.Didn't
T to secure a blnzu and wan ho say we took: to the kilt because S, !'PPADlLor> r ( alllnic at Charleston both ways,

nuuly to strike my mutch when I heard our feet 'were too large to get, 1 AVOCADO PEARS, Su( hhnun(1 HfcMI-WKKKLY HAK.INUH.

too. whistle of tho approaching tralu. through trousers?" St. James Gazette. F I 11111.t T 11 I SURANAM CHERRIES Northbound 1 Ifrom'Le'wUWharf, Boston
] From footof Catherine onvill
Culling up all my resolution to wltliBtnml I I II ROSB PAW-PAWS Al'PLES, MULARRRIRS GUAV \ Str. t, Jack

acting hnnltly I took out my
CLYDE ST.
Wile r. tha Work Cam !.. SUtiAR APPLE JOHNS' RIVER LINE
match and scratched it on my 811' Ve.
At the seine moment a fresh gust of D'Auber. only l !got '$25 for / that Sizes Ranging from 12 iu. to .12 Feet High s Between Jacksonville and Sanford.

wind camp und I bad no sooner lighteda painting. Stopping I! at Patatki 1. Astor, St. Pr.nalB Bereeford
Friend-Well, dlrfn't much J. fftrt.nij) nd
you put F.
corner of one of the bits of paper work on 1t.I . HOPGOOD Nurseryman Intermediate Landings! on the St. John River.

I titan the match went out. Auoor-Wbatl! I irUt'll You'DOftr COft. ROSEMARY AN ,FERN STRERTi Steamer LOUISE"CAI.T.
How I kept the bluze from going out
sow me trying to.sell Philadelphia -- -- u I ...
.., also by putting one bit of paper oir top C. JiltOCIC, : ,
Ledger. We
of another, finally taking a piece of the Ship ,Quick Always in Stock 18 APPOINTKD
lend pencil and securing such a dame .... TO 9K.ll. A9 FOLLOWS t
0' t"tI".rlll:
on 1 dared into tho lantern lit Plaint KvidMt."Bridget. Liaaneh :..'..v.Hal' ,,...... Ntrtet J'lIukallnvlll.'I'II''I..y. and R"CIlf'IItJ'.1' IJ P. In
t put now a ." queried Mrs Scribble, i'do Supplies .. ........ ......,Mm to for I did It In
mystery me. a bowling you know why I am "tailed a'Qterary
it wind and rain and with the train not a wonmiiT""Ylssum. General; Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W.'' Bay St. Jacksonville
,
mile I away Nevertheless succeeded CM t'lnk 01 do" responded AUTO SPARKERS: GENERATERS ,

a and, cruaimlng the top down on the the menial, with a despairing Jook'atthe EDISON LeLANDE BATTERIES DRY BATTERIES

lantern signaled without thirty .seeonda room-Houston Post.Br .' 'SPARK COILS W!T BATTERIES .
to pare. Then when I bad explained What. lo you nerd P > tWe r. G.1"(; 1If.)';gKfWM ;' ..: "PI.. Jr, "...Hlan.I"....Act ::10, W.... 1I"y 81 JAeksonellleYia.
matters to the AatJanksesrllle C;. P. LIJVPLL.l.c "bnnvllle
engineer I dushed .ak .. Him I.. have 1Wn'a l ( AltO' eueelptendunt.Fr/ IIlIp'
; away to signal the next train due Anxious Mamma-Why do yon keep let)our launch: He Idle. .U. : : .: U..n'l: KUL'n .....,4e1.N.w1'uk.' iifv'j.swjsrffrasfOnnVaVM. ",,,. .1'1.' y,

from the opposite direction. George waiting so long when be calls? Write p..-Wire --Conie to Me u.. ...,. \ll'M. CLY1JH ..Ie sari' lonlll
The bridge went down Wfor morning Pretty Daughter wont to get him th..broulfh: OallIIDa| 198Cate 8L\'eft1 New York Canard

lg *, but no one Iran Injured by Its col- used to it by the time we are noarrUJd. FLORIDA ELECTRICAL COMPANY
lupye. Indeed 1 was benefited for ireuei.d Baltimore American. ..
'I 19..J! 33 W For ytheSt. .
fay biggest promotion. : .
Since that day I have alwujri carried A c..a Outlook. + a JACKSONVILLE, FLA aWUWRE loine.-nel I MANON'S :- I'r ;Ct 'ry 3 u i 1

e a full box of matches., and wbenerer I I Onst-llere; waiter.; lids .mybill. -- u i find tho stock getting low I replenishit. been made out yptt : :anon'iilrullvu 'p*le"6
t t A match to ma In. tho most valuable Walter No room.41J: flay
ootlot. The proprietor .
thing In Uui, world. 8ay. that his Idea* seers to com very. : J D.R.T.HE.lUN cliy I GTJAVA.CANDY' II St ..ynckeonville.Itraneh Htnrw' sail Ar..a
n'
P. A. MITCUEU lowly, today ciao/Joa.W' In all.'I'""D".onMI" Ea.l,' ,

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--_ --_ TIlE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER\ 30, 1903 5

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I Sold the Cotton. -

The Miami Metropolis tell of the /boa tirrnnmrnrinrnnnntnnrnrr" '," ,,;" " " innnrrnnmrnrnrnrnrnrnnu" " " " ." .

Jlnosmoo made 01< the Carl/cf/: of cotton =

.' from the wrecked British steatue mmrnent : DROP IN AT ::::
takes ''
f It ,
Delray .ay.
-
\ ;Incdulra .t ,'
the docks, secure 1 ,
on
cotton '
jl The DIMICK & RIEGEL'SPrescription '
steamer Inchulva wa ",
tb. wrecked "" ,' :. '
froOl' Wednesday by three particn. 'l'rnjan's wall and column, ," "" ,' f'' ',"
last \
r don 'l'ruJlul's floating : ')- I
Sabel Bros.. o( JacksonvilleZ l ; palnee dilatory 1. fan ot account, "" :",.10.. ..."'r.';' n
I ) and C concerning tile '" ,,i :'.
*>*'. of Key West Harry two former but the last 1 }It
city but all the bid werrelccted seems to have been pretty H
that "
of generally f
{ D ,Ate by the wreckers. overlooked by the early all well as the E TIIL'IR PRICES ARR Ii|
later
bales of co*ton and 69 gleaners ot rare and curious In. E 'THEIR GOODS ARE ,

"There lint were on 95 the docks! and 15 bales alpeltay fo mnt1ou. The monk Bnrtemlus who :: THEIR LOCATION IS ;:: \ : ..'.,.',.'". i'i'I'
bales, 01| ous It In bis \ ; f
Sabel Bros, bid $..S a bale for that it was "Ecclealaalo BUys == THEIR MANAGER IS II .
constructed
.. ,the drat-claea and $10 a bale for the lint BunkeD 'In Lake Nemt- an and arch purposely tunnel == CALL, AND YOU WILL ': .":,I. ..

Mr Badge bid $ij and $8 and MrLowe allowing communlcaUon| with ? 1 1 1 1 /1 : : \ :r .. ,,:, i4'
while made a lump bid of $is" After Bhore. ID this case It would certainly the' (1111111Ui/U1lIUl(11UIIIIIIIIJk 1 (1 (i 1 1 (' 1 1 1 ( i /( 1 \ .;& 1 K 11 k

opened the British vice have gone Into history .. -- --- --- - \ ; \ "',. f r3J' 1 1t
were 'rrajan'B -- - -- --
thebids
I i
whowasdownfromjacksonvillehe BunkeD palaco" Instead fIt "ftoatlni ,\ 4 ., ,."
consul, palace'" Reliable and ", t-v4
representing; 1
Underwriter i -
"
and Messrs. B1.\ Kellum, Berry is generally believed Bartemlus to ;s sI
the .
IJltney contrary that it ,
Interested in the salvage held : was originally; an .'

iud others and decided that none of the imperial palace Intended for the use of The Americus
consultation emperor and hit
high enough and that they summer family during their : for the "
the| bid were excursions on Lake Nerni

would decline all\ They then telegraphed Another faction of antiquarians are of VPgf.tllble'Uit/ and Vine Ol.ltll ;
I'inenpple, Enam R '
the
for further advices opinion that it Irv'
to Lloyd's was not built dur Strawberry, Prices on .
after receiving instructions ing the lifetime Of Trojan. Southwick
""Yesterday .
New York to sell tte cotton here aye that it was sunk In the year 103 B. OurS: : 'i
from' A. D. .
md nettle up with the wreckers hid death goventy-clglit years after the Agent/; American Agricultural Chem Co.
of the

were agate asked for and Mr. Budge named. Marchl emperor, who for explored which it It In was a and ten : t:
else
DRAin offered more than anyone for diving suit on July 15( 1685( declared it LASE : :
His bid! was $20 a bidestr.lgbt to be WORTH
in a
Ihe cotton. good state of preservation;

through. There were several also that It was BOO feet long, 270 feel A. T nOsE ) the city }: .it

here from Jacksonville! and In breadth and 00 feet deep.A .
gentlemen Launches Yachts Sail
and Fish Boats,
Savannah for the purpose of buying the Spoiled Built to OHer, Overhauled, e Gruber'sV ''jO '
but they evidently thought there AdTantlute.
cotton( in Miami or else An old Iowa practitioner, a lawyer of Boat Yards at .,; I''
either no money
ass ability and an orator of known \
Hal there was nobody here who caredto was pitted against a recent reputation graduate lO-18.tf P. O. address : ry. .n. hiI
Mr. Budge fooled --- -- -- -- ---- J r
make any. But In the profession In the trial of a GRAFTED + .: 'J.
(lto.ni. In a short time after he bought case before a Jury. The ;young lawyer Mulgoba f M '..1
f
lie( cotton he offered by a Mr. Floyd had the first nay, and In making hIs BUDDEDLargest ,' '' .

of Savannah', fsoo net profit on his bar: addreiw to the Jury; he took particularwins :J.
Collection of Crotons in the United "
\
to imitate certain ;
offer was promptly refused mannerisms :
gum, but the to hip the cotton to the older lawyer. Ue carefully adjusted thus, etc. All pot grown. Full| | Line ,+ ;

Mr Budge expects his cuffs before beginning hU argument grown on High Spruce Pine
and and sell it, and
Savannah go up

lands, a good show of making. $1,500 to hU, stroked chin and an then imaginary rested the Imperialon index JOHN___uu D. BEACH. West ). t I

(2,000.( ringer of his right hand along the ldeof --- "

The proceeds from the wreck were: his none. These were the habitual : nuiy he held, by ono I"r.o" A hoard of Dl- \ ..a)1")

bales cotton at $20 $3,580 oo preliminary> mannerisms of the older actors to tilt mini bur, nf three Khali ho elr<'toil ., \;
179 at the annlllli f tint stock, holder, ,
meeting *>
:
,}brass to Sabel Bros Bono awyer, and as they were repeated J. e ,
Copper n'hl( h shall bu at Iho ..rllll'IIIIIII''O''' uf bo.- t. .' .
.Buiinua....._._.. ate_... sold at Delrav.. 3o\_ 00 several times throughout the argument Mess on the JIB h day of May ofeiiih you '
which was made by the young man mil out of that body the .TiVHlOiMir, "Ice- ; \!) 4''" I ;;

hey provoked the Jury and j Judge to 1..ulll"I.H..ta.r... and '1"reatturHr' .hull' tin -
Total $3 933 oc
I laughter. .1".t"II.t the annual luwtlntf of that Dlruttor. \* n

The wreckers had together agreed on When the veteran arose to make reply to bt hulU on the ISth day of May of i>iu'h ; )

(3,500 .a a basis of settlement and after > he did not neglect to go throughils year Imm.'dlat.ly urtor the .toik hohll',,' : .

paying them this amount Mr. Sudlow, preliminary motions with even 1II."lIlIlIlllo".IlIII. Tho names of the officer
and illiw.tor.. who are to conduit the bin.-
Underwriters had more deliberation and than
the precision .
representing IIPHM of the Lorpornlldll until chow ulw tud at I : ::
(433( left, out of which he paid Mr. F. A. usual lie bowed to the Judge and tothe tliu Drat election| aroiiiallllud' atom :

Root $[roo for taking charge of and carIng Jury and then begun: John, It. Beach, I'luHlilunt and .1..HHllrer.
"Gentlemen of tho' Jury and your w. It llduly luo-1'ruHlilunt
etc. The was
for the cotton $3,500
honorable sir I bat young man acts like OuorKo u. urrlu, HIH'rurarylolm I : : : :
i in
divided amongst some seventy people a good lawyer, but he talks like a B Heath W. It. Iteiily and (jvorge U.
all abont thirty men at Delray, amongtt SOllvenlr $tatlonery K i ,'
; lamed> fool. (urrlu. Hiruclors.The : : :: I. ,0. '
otxhiin>. ,. .rlh,.d by each, from
that number being the negro' The advantage which the young man number an < Our owned

W. II Brady, who was made wrecking bought be had gamed In tho contest ncorpurHtor I. QM 10110 WH: Julio U. Uuiab, I sign..................... R I' '
Eighty .hart-. W. 11 Healy, 1"'orl> .hanw. : :: : : ; t
master by the captain of the Inchulva vanished in the roar of laughter which Price 20 and d
II. W. 1I'wllrl., T,,'enty MhiirnH ; Ernest Htj p-
liter his rescue. Brady received $97 as allowed at his expense. nan, Mne, .11....'., and, fluorite (I. ClirrliOnu Rent, ... M '
:
I ::: :
his share. The wreckers received amounts -- -- share.e.
1'ho highest uinount of huh'btinlnraH or I
A fine line Brnah
from $1096 to $
varying jo per Sudden Misadventure. .
Inblllty to which tho (orporuilou. CUM at nny) 4
ihare. The Klondike and her crew the Carelessness is responsible for many out limo.lIhl.oct Itself .hall bu I hive 'l'holl.II.,1Dulill' GoollI- ;

Manic and Ruth A, both Key West an accident and we never know when to (e3,000.OO; ) Clothes Brushes ,

boats, and their crews, came In for thelarger except one. It is well to know for our Hd: Brushes
amount The Klondike with own benefit and for others that Buck- \MT\rss: wnimor Julia It.oIJ"uch.11110111 1)) .. Tooth Brushes I .
len' Arnica Salve is the best remedy on \\" U heady. mid (luorKH U. Currlo nil of

her owners the Ball Bros., and M. R. earth s for Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Cuts whom, rraili': at U wt Taliu, Bench. Ixidaounty 1'N': : Nail Brushes I

Kellum and Joe Berry as part of her Felons, Boil and Files. Only as ceuts'. HorlilH, have hi-rouulo" tuit they. Tilt Shaving Drusbes : Ili ),
),mini and nl. hula 4lstt, ,, Huplcmliir 1'nlm Hen .
crew, was the first/ Boat to reach the Guaranteed by All Druggists: denier '' ,
A. I D. Itm\ :I. X' i'r
wreck and Mr. Charlie Ball was made ------- .lulls' It. linvril!, (Seal) 11MH:\, / I ; .. Combs from SC tti Ih r

Wing wrecking master. The Magic NOTI '; W. K. 11HL\: (hual) ",. oath < '1.00 A 1 + t '

and, Ruth A, were let in when they arrived OLO.
down to Miami. To all whom it may cancel : :
to bring the cotton Sttuof Horliln. : '
."' Notlie In h 'l'hllCh'"u that the mab'rsigned Loamy of DutlHI. "" 'It:4.| : : PatA Full Line ot ,

-.- -- 1 will on thu :.sard: ,day of October. A O.ll1l1lJ ,
I::xcnlliMiiylllliini, 1'1. Oil this day. before mo personally nppunrml)' -- her Good.... ....
apply l to hi. ,. RUbIE
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STUART SAYINGS. Uinornor of Horliln, for letter.Hint John U, Iluntb, Illlaia It. llvuly alai UoorKI : re g + "
ennliift. O.I Carrie vnih of Kboiii, I. to mo well kuownIIlul NOTICE Fountain $
charter hereto un- )
on the proposed' '' that bu .I/ofIl.tI l 111.niiutu ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kitching and lexwl. llil. :Slat clny ul Hepteinlier, .X. D. each to the.kll..wlu"II",1 foriifotitK proposed, .barter for Tor ; from "I to /2.BO .. JY a ,

daughter, Josephine, visited friends at 1""". JOHN" n UK:.vcn. ho u..... and purpoHo. thoreln expruHHedIN I

Fort Pierce last Thursday W. R. MlAt.V: ) ............,.. .-A
: WITNESS!' WiiE.ItEUh': : I have huruuntoft Public 1 ; :: -"""-' ; "'- ... 4 r.
UKS). 0. ('CItItIE. r--\V '
Mrs.
M. R. of Washington
.
Jardella, my hand and atUxud, my ufliflul .ealntr.t I 1'opo has ;
City who, has been the guest of Mr and \ I'ulin. hunch I'lt'lu' County, Florida. f. --- -

Mrs. Rea at the life-saving station, departed (IUIITHI: III., Jl.t: day of Sopteinbur" A. D. llioil.\ of Florida .
unilenilKiioil,' John II. lleach. BUANMMJ, sell, 1.II.ow".1.rr'Hld.lIt K
persons '
| II. '
for home last Monday. Quite a Hmily and tleorKa O. (unli-, 'IlirtbrtmHiKlate Public (State, of rut ;.No II r I .cormliklielrmldent l 7 ) ul, a 5
1V. It. ["Scull' ] Notary 3 k 0 a S C e ". Parry. 11.,1 Vl.e-1'ija dent M1
delegation of her friends were at the tboiuiwIvM together for the |purpose Florida at Uirne M vconuuUHlon /llw.ul, 7"'" (/ .... U. (Jiirtli.ldB.
train to say good-bye, and all hope to 01 tH.oiiiliiit. Incorporated under" the explrm" Btpteinbui1 11, 1DOS. .111'U 4 ?4 1t'44uC

we her again next winter. laws of the State': of lorliln. The I"lIuwln"I. OEO.o.elUUE.! "v llouril nf ,
the proposed ibarttr of the IntomleJ 'or. Att'y for orporator. next rcKiiliio "
Miss Rotchford of Atlantic Beach is lorntlon: 8"It.2I1,4. w. the lth< d.. h 's

the gutof Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas,, 1. The nniiin of the corporation Hhnll bethe In the ( : : FLORIDA qa
and Its irlnpill -
"Eiint Count FlHh (ompitny': \ Konril hu. f
on Av
iw D. We.t 1'1,,, lunch l r
eii "plac of hu-lne.. | OF ELECTION KliMtlon(
Dr. Fullwood who officiated as Presiding 'ado county Horlrts. with power to eetuhIlsh NOTICE : .how .

Elder here last Sunday at the third olllte rod, airomlra In other pieces with 'PnusdBy.. rtKUlur .
lorldnU Notlt" I. hereby given that ou .
without the IIlut" of F permit / E Y CO.
Quarterly Meeting of the Methodist In and. TIegenrraluuture, of the builnemi to tllo Hlxlh dllY of October, A. D IDOl( be.w.enthehours By ,, .. i
church Mrs. Full- : ,I..ulIn.at l of eight ocloik a, ui, aol
was accompanied by Btrnn.actu.lHh.ill. Iw B(. huv mil and .. .. .
wood, and were entertained by Mr. and wholesale anilr..tBllprli. ..... all kinds' of nndow, an election wilt be hold, In the are This the

Mrs. Walter Kitching. //I.b. uyatersgamu,,. poultry ilialln., innnufmtuw meats end produce and. nKlnu' house, at which In the the(Ity lollowlnn of West Palm 11m...Uiiiuhlorlcln ... for, (Neal) ': : d EMBALMERS !fit

.Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas aud Miss ; to buy.II. will anllwnt. .aid (City will be elected "
,,'pair nil/ ..|....h.. of Hhlun tactic the By .\( y
Rotchford spent Sunday-with friends at t.> manufacture mid' sell ice and, h..rreI. A Mayor. ... 4
nloamur- Four Councllmen.A
and iharter
Jensen. l. to own, operate an.1A.'H'O' "
| ulna Treasurer
act u.
anl, limh, for the City Clerk, to
.. .RII-hllilt. FLA
bURl.
The pnblic school will open next t Mon. the ln, .l.ie..of. uih cororatlou. REAL '
eofeoilHLtlnn
diy with Mrs. G. W. Thomas a very o ; tIt operate r frrruw, for 'Mirb, Rod A Marshal, to act also aa Tax Collector.al'l"llIttI.tnlllll.I.'to. -

capable>> teacher, In charge. Mrs.! Thorn- pll..IIIl", ... upon the toB.quIre wnt. of. .Lake own Wortb, ..'.11.I""HO. The following. ...of nauietl loctlon' c-ltlion.and Clork ore IIn.loclo.JIIO.1J \ & 60.< r

aa him been promised an assistant which and, UK trllmtifU : .ontro.. or dtapose of Ile.eb, S. Hobo Doan J. Mf
l.o'
here
rent or .1' .
he greatly needs, as forty scholars In ROIl for iKh purpose to wakedeeds D. Mathl. REAL
.real ratite .. to erect. Vnra t:lurk-J. .'. Burnln.Dotiil and
ungraded school can not be properly .. cuntratl, Rut, l I"" ; of September A. D. ,gout fur s
ileiiiollnh .,.'h buildInge thl. :and day ,
looked after by one teacher. We also chub. nmlntaln .i'llor' for any 01 1111111. : r

need better accommodations for the n. may ho d''III.d O".H..I'eorporatloa shallhay.thefurthtrpowurCe a. JCIUI.LIJiOWOJTIT.C. .. .
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assvs pllrpo. Mayor I1.21: \
children furnished the orotherwlae A. I.OI'UZ
the house Is poorly .ell. lIIorllCRII"
ml is of any of' lusen Clerk.: '
not half large enough. Will not l pledge or illnpow PALM BEACH FLA
Mr. lur the, .,,'urlt.!'
Merritt please help us. .real estate orpndunaJthe. eorp"rllUoll i ,,1.0 _
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The meeting next :Saturday at West 01 allY debt and, 01 atcnrlng, the payment APPLICATION (
01 borrowing mon" 101II. OF T.U. o o o:.o /o o o .oilOw Idj,
Palm Beach of the pineapple growers of WIII5 In any UtI.II'lI'r, 'M'.mltlell NOTICE o i

should be largely attended. It Is cer. For Permit to Sell Liquors Wines 0 f
and Beer. .
dainty a good thing to together for Plan
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( notice I. hereby given that T n, Jobbing i
Public
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exchange of Ideas occasionally, even peed ha fluid with the Board of Coani Shop ; o r + Af

If nothing else should result from the ( Com mtesioorrs of Dado "ouDtlu the Htatu 1 IfX J
the has application for a permit to 0
netting. Your correspondent ." 01 r tlorlda. ao '

had( the letter and original Call conspicOOU.IT .rlct ill Ihiunn No' 8 of, wine acid and county beer and In State Election: for.Dl theaeal GE6 I eERIES I'i

po+led and also he change from merchandla' open accuunt.. year endln October let 1004, that
the 26th ins to October 3rd. Now willIIr. now owne.l. aced and enjoyed by application will b.. acted on by th/.alJ CI
1(00d..1II the ui-h r'
Partott give na a special rate for the co.pllrt..blp doing hll..la".'I.h alll"r '' loard ul County Comml./ loner. at their next PALM i r f! '
which will be held on' the
IFtorlda
this 01 nioetlun.
meeting letter Iran aanle reuular
and pee what a nice palm Bench.Da.. county, IItb day of Oct, luoa at 10 o'clock In thiurenoon : 0
Weal
iud vote of thanks and appreciation we he stock 01 like natnr noW Wasreed of said. dy, and the meld Board *
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and .. 01 GEO.
!"n! write and .oloyed byPatin \V. ,. all ofwhich b ereby call upon njrcitl.en of inch blectlonbitrlit : mft
Florlda
Dark. ooant who may dealre to do .0. to show .
Mr. Beach
and Mrs. were'Mlors at a just ) 0
Geo. W. Parks aceptel
!' .ball b. If any there be. a. the Mid next ngttar -
prup"rt.
: to Port Pierce Sunday. valllatioo tOJ he 11",1,110.\ locorporatorc.terlllor aiiM meeting of.alcl Board, why .uch permit r f"
for a
exist
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When eorporatloa nofegrantei) | the applicant.By
the official photographer of the 4, hall .
Times\ In Dln..t-Dlo.. y.arc. ..b,1fbtI.ondu.t order' of the Board of County CommlnIflnnn oY
-Ualoa
[ staff corporation
passes our way 01 the Dude counts Florida. Florida
of
buMlness io
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.wrch! of 6. The YI ...p..ldont, !
vew| for the xVorld'a Fair atI.oais. otl..r p
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< will do Treasurer G Dearborn. Clerk Board Countyjommtailonenl. !,
; we sincerely hope be) _..t",, an.1 nfrom to tllllee..ted Heal IS.
lull lit us BrW. M. d.... .oktolBa Q
,'. justice to. OUr beautiful btU (game) sal age I w .a. n"1 Aa1 two such o01cw Pope, deputy lie.. oisolBOttoltoigq ) wu.

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from all sources;: the sum of $608.6t. .- the windmill which unfortunately has a new mill lu operation.
"', dlstributued as follows! : Yours very truly, | Dade County State Bank f
; been. destroyed I
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: ; Bal. In hands retiring Sec'y, '249 61 ( GBO. G CURRIK.
Sale of lots in ,, A great n1ai)\ cuiilrilmtloua were _._ t
--. cemetery. 21500 -- -- West Palm Beach, Florida 3
11 II made to the Ladies Ce/ll<'IO:' Improvement
7400 y ,
Mr. A. R lieHuJcm, the of
secretary
:i President G. 0. Currie Shows State
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Of Cemetery Funds. Losses this amount I have expended arale and apart frum mine 1 '.assisted Company, desires to state to,our readers C Capital Stock $16,000 .
By The Storm. 500.86 distributed as follows: the Lulling expending bout $450.00 of that Mr. W. II WickllfTe{ of the Florida 3

I, COLORED CEMETERY.First what they collected in liming a shell Electric Co., of Jacksonville, Pla.; is = Surplus, $10OOO 3
( ,l' The people of this city are interested payment iu town 1150.00 road put lu the cemetery no that the now In West Palm Beach in charge of -4OPPICKKS.
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iS the maintenance of Lakeside Caw '. public nHveTio reason" to complain of I he the erection of the lighting for this city. r
Surveying 34.25J. .
etery. The havoc wrought there by tb'e for stakes from purposes for which their donations are Mr. Wlckhffe can he seen In Mr. Benu- : DIRECTORS: :J
J. Pox survey R. N. Dlnilck. rrcnlilcut R.: N.
Dlinlrk (;eo. W nlrl.uil'
recent hurricane wan greatly deplored, Lainhar3c{ Potter and being expended. I understand al this jobii's office iu the Jefferson Block by Oeo. W. Potter Vlre.Prenhlent. K. R. Potter R. M. IlrelahnJ 2
prepar-
valuable tree writing the ladles, have on hand quite 0",1. llrannitiK. Canhler Geo. W. fuller W.It. 3
for not only were many ing same 30.11 anyone who desires to have him figureon U A.llaxauldAsaiataotCaalder' ""0. T Bran''"i"H
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blown down, hut severe Ions was entailedby large sum and there Is a subscription list their requirements In.the electricalline l t ...
j9+ Preparing copy plat & recording, 5.00 OPEN FROM .
9 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
by the destruction of the windmill which In the hands of President Otwell of the ,, Mr. Deuujohn states that the polIcy -

,' '( )had |lust been erected and In operation WHITE CEMETERY.W. I Association on which there are seveial of his company will be to furnish = of receipt.Renernl Orafu nicinii bought& hiiNlneHA amriul tiAiituicted.on the principal Cotlectlrtnii cities promptly. United remit.Ilia Sla.!.on... day ;
,/ .,, ,, only a few days before the storm came. P. Hatcbett. pipe and tools $66.70 hundred dollars to be collected. I, and electric wiring to tbelr patrons at cost '
,,:, President Geo. G. Currie of the Cemetery J. F. Hoopgod and Lainhart all who are I interested lu beautifying the { but Mr. \VlckIiftV will be pleased to look I: SA'F'ETY BOXES FOR RENTA4AAAA

',(. ,i A8&>CllllionIIen<18 the following letter & Potter, for benches 16.61J. cemetery would very much like to see i over any residences or places of business i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATalk :
I i to The Tropical Sun for publication: J. Fox setting out oak trees Mr. Gruber's bill paid off and! negotiations and, furnish approximate estimates on .
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I. West Palm Beach. Sept. 28, '93. and Ben Potter fertilizer for on foot for another windmill. The the same. Aug 5 tf
; Ii Dear Mr. Editor: same #9-19 second! cost will be much lighter than I' I, About Pure Delight"It
1 .,r I hove to acknowledge the receipt of Check to M. E.Gruberon wind- the first as of course there are now pipes I

; $5 today from Mr. Noah Jones as a contribution mill 100.00 through the cemetery and the tank and Private 'Preparatory SchoolFor romes with our Orient Motor Buckboard, and] yon ran
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.b l' to the funds of Lakeside Cem Labor at odd times keeping cemetery tank tower Is practically as good as new. | afford ono. Itv'i cheaper than n homo. ]..>6 uw tell you
etery. Every little while some body In order 99.00 If the money that Is subscribed were i Girls and Boys
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shunt it. Lit 110 troultln or i'xpi nMO to you. farts tli *
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i voluntaiily contributes to this laud This leaves a balance In hand of $107. paid In and added to the funds in "my ,
Miss L E. Hindry Evernia Street gllitat.
able charity and I wish to thank them 75. This I. now being expended for bands and In the hands of Vie I Lidies
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.. on behalf of the Association for their clearing away the debris after the storm, Cemetery Improvement Association we'' Hrhfiot nptMiM Monday, ,October nth.SfHHiniiH a B. M. POTTER AgentWEST
H:81) to I 11 (i in.; 12: to 1:ilu' p 111 ,
I ; 'f public spirit. Since I took charge: of which will cost perhaps $50.00. would have no trouble In paying all ex-1 Plano IfNHuiiH, by urruiifrummit.

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