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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: December 16, 1903
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 16, 1903. PRICE 5 CENTS. WHOLE NO. 937 : 't I

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L W. BURT HARDT BEST DEPOTON NEW PASTORIS I PARAGRAPHS


;1 IS 'THE' CHOICE- THE -LINEIs APPOINTED I PURELY PERSONALPeople f LOCAL NOTES. JII| ,


Elected to Fill the Vacancy In th
Is the New '
City Passenger Sta- Rev. H. Rice Succeeds RoY C. Fred Nuts and Candies at Hilller'a. Christmas Candies at Hillier's. u,
City Council. A Midnight tion as They Come and Go-
of the Florida East Blackburn who Goesto'Fernandina. Choice at Ferguson's.- a t
) People Whom You Mayor Indian River oranges at Ferguson's.Let oranges -dec-9-26
Session of the Board. A
Coast Railway. Mr. and Mra. M.
Henry Flagler are +
May Not Know. the City Bakery make your
,. expected at Whitehall tomorrow.
Council 'in Christmas fruit cake. 2t
The City met regular .
"Nothing better anywhere along the The Bishop of the Florida Methodist Beware of sew4'gel) Buy Indian River ,
session last night. President Geo. B line" wa the verdict of a traveling man Conference now in session in Lake ;Mr. Ed Bradley arrived Sunday morn- See that your grocer brings you only Oysters from the East Coast Fish Com
log from New York. City Bakery bread. Use no other.
Baker in the chair. 'There,were'also as he stepped from the northbound train City, has announced the pastoral assignments -i pany. ,

j present, Aldermen B. M. Potter,,M. E:!;. yesterday and saw for the first time, the for the ensuing year. N. J Peck of Oakland, 111, is a guestat The new train schedule on' the Florida The City Bakery will make any caketo

Gruber, T. I. Crier/. D. C. Morris and handsome new passenger/ depot built by The news that Rev. C. Fred Black. the Briggs cottage. East:!; Coast Railway went into effect order for Christmas. 2t {

E W. J. Parri8h. the Florida East Coast/ Railway for the burn is to leave West Palm Beach, will\ Mr. and Mrs. R. V. McCracken and yesterday. For Christmas, ship your friends a o

The minutes- the last regular meeting city of West Palm''' Beach. For a long be received with sincere regret by the daughter Mrs. Brewster, have rented Commencing with last Sunday the nice box of oranges from Ferguson's.

'I were read and approved.The time it bad been felt that the old depot people of all denominations, for Mr the cottage of Mi's. Briggs, Datura street. hour for the evening service in Holy Send your friends a box of Fancy Indian i
first f matter' to be taken op was had long outlived its Trinity church baa been changed from
usefulness. When and
Mri. Blackburn have been tbe Mrs. G. C. Matthews expects to leave River Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines
the election of an aldermau to fill the the change in the location of tb .Lake'' friends ( all 7:30: to 7 o'clock.CHRISTMAS .
o irrespective of creed. tbe first part of next week for Chicago, or Pineapples for Christmas. Put
N vacaacy canned by tbe resignation of Worth bridge was made, plans were then Fernandina is to be Rev. Mr, Black where she goes to spend Christmas with TURKEYS-And all up, marked and shipped by Everg lade" ',' +
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Geo. W Potter. After a lengtby disciusion outlined for a new passenger depot to be burn's new home, and the wishes of bin her brother. that goes with Cranberries, Celery, Produce Company. degtoig i

I'.' and tbe taking of several ballots erected on the Y leading from the main congregation will go with him for success ,- The'friends of Mr. Will MontfJrd who Jellies especially for the occasion, at The usual weekly social,will be omitt
tbe choice fell on L. W. Burkbardt, line to the 'There *
bridge.
were so many in his new field. Faber Bros.
12-30
bas been seriously ill at the home of
ed this coming Friday and the Friday
i{ and that ,gentlemen was declared details to attend to that the work of station The who has i
been
pastor appointed to will People who about what
Mr. V. A. Rutherford be glad to are worrying following in the school auditorium.
elected. He was escorted to the council building was considerably delayed, this'city Id Rev. H. Hice,. formerly of know that be is improving.Miami to buy for Christmas presents can get The1 next social will be given New
and sworn
chamber duly in.TELEPHONE and further delay was caused by the destruction Tampa and Sanford' and lately of Fernandina. News some valuable suggestions by reading Years night by the Epworth League of ";

PRANCIIISE. of The Breakers. However, all the advertisement of the A. S. Botsford (
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Martin Herter the .well-known driverof the Methodist church.Hillier's ,
obstacles have been overcome and today Other changes that are of interest
draft franchise was read granting are the mule that between Dry Goods Company la this issue.
popular par runs West Smokers
tbe city of West Palm Beach can the appointment of Rev. C. A. Fnlwood. Key 5 c.
the East Coast Telephone Company tbe The Royal Poinclana and The New Crop Nuts at Hillier's. f
boast of one of the most modern 'struc recently presiding elder, as at You can save ten to' twenty per cent
sole right to use the streets of the city pastor '
Breakers the rived in
during season at 'Vice-President J. R. Parrott'S privatecar
tures anywhere in the State. Miami, and of Rev. F. Pasco, late of on your purchases of watches and 1
for the of operating
purpose a telephone i the city :Saturday; night and will 'begin No. 91, of the Florida East:!; Coast by ordering from of i
As stated the is located jewelry catalogues
i system that must be satisfactory to the building just Miami, as presiding elder. t
his duties
tomorrow Railway, brought to Palm Beach Mon
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E. A. Walker the watchmakerand
west of Poinsetta street and on the main -- expert
council fur term of five At
the end of this a time the city years.has the line of the railway but within the Y If you have property you want to improve All kinds of Tobacco at miller's. day'night Poinciana Manager and Fred his Sterry of The optician, Jefferson block sign of ',.

,, right to ''purchase the system at a fair Formed b> the north and south bound and need money to do it with, apply Cream Puffs on Saturuay at the City came Royal direct from Hot Springs family., Va.They> the "Big Watch. at "
valuation., tracks leading to the bridge. This was to Geo. G. Currie. If. Bakery. 2t Cigars by the Box at Hillier's. '

The franchise DOW put on its first originally the site of a part of the Win -- At a meeting at the Episcopal rectory Dr. J. M. Munyon Is once again Jn tbe. ,!t

reading.A della pineapple plantation, but the baudof Monday afternoon over which Rev. J. land of flowers and sunshine. He came u ,
J. Vaulx presided, a chapter of the
communication received fromR man bus so changed tbe surroundings; down from Philadelphia Saturday night,
Daughters of the King" waa organized-). .
that hardly a trace of the plantation is and since then has been busy attending .
J Chilliugworth In reference to salary very ;,
for superintending' street work asking to be seen. The main approach to the The following officers were elected: Mra. to affairs/ on Mnnyon's Island.

the council to refund M.. J. Yarborough depot is from Poinsetta street a broad AMATEUR PERFORMANCE John B. Beach, president and; MIss Miss VirginiaCrntchfield' The doctor baa planned a great many j'
well-paved avenue leading to the build- secretary Ruby that beautiful for
.fio paid by him and to pay the full ; fierce treasurer. Improvements on spot
ng. Later on, beautiful lawns with this season. He. expects to return 1
amount of $35; said to be due Mr.
Chillingworth. The 'council decided flower beds and shrubs will\ replace the By the Contractor with Paul Jones is making North by the end of this present week ''
the construction of
barren stretches of sand making the spot rapid progress but will come back early in January. '
that thla
i was matter that should be
f the new dock for the Lake Worth
settled between the ntreet committee of decidedly attractive. Fresh Crop Nuts at Hillier's.
and Geo. It
after the Ferry Company Zapf.
council The depot Is somewhat bung;
last year's and Mr. Chilling. alow style, with shingle sides and slate 1omirauidti'C has been built a distance of 435 feet out --r---S.--
worth. into Lake Worth, and on the bulkhead Death of Daniel B. L. Lamson. '
roof."tbe shingles being painted a green
( MA.YOR'a REPORT. tint. Tbe length of the building is 180 there Is being( erected a neat and The death occurred at an early hour 1

Mayor Carrie presented a written feet, inclusive of tbe ten-foot shelter or roomy shelter that will surely be ap- yesterday morning at the home of M r. ,l, +
report going Into details' at consider The width is : preciated by the thousands of patronsof "
over-bang, with platform. and Mrs. Geo. H,Rines Datura '<
: The'most street,
able length. important and floor. At the ferry. The dock will be completed
ITo 55 feet, with over-haug of Mrs. Rines' father, Daniel B. L. Lamson. '
:' features are given below : before the end of the week.
be main entrance Is a large portico under
The deceased was born in Ipswich i
the President and Members of tbe which carriages can be driven, allowing Shortly before'uoon today there arrived Mass., in 1840 and was therefore 63 years ,
City Council of,,We. at Palm Beach: to inclement at the railroad wharf .a large "
escape
passengers of age. When only 19 years old be ;
Gentlemen tIn the waiting room steam yacht, the Aroostook having on
weather. Of course 'tLubof joined the Sixth Massachusetts Volun.
further pursuance of Sec. 14 of tbe la, to tbe gener.1 public, ol first import board a prominent Boston newspaper leers which regiment first responded to

Charter of West Palm Beach, I ,beg to ance. This room is indeed spacious, having ,. mau.'C. A. Dean, and party, on a cruise tbe call of President Lincoln in tbe Bal 1,
submit to a' of actions around the Florida The Arooa-
you report my a floor area of 35 by yd feet. Along coast. timore riots in 1861. '

since the date'of my last report. he north side of the room is the ticket West Palm Beach Florida"Above took left New York about. three weeks The late Mr. Laruson came South fifteen w'

I have tried 48 cases, making a total office where Ticket Agent; Gaskins presides ago, coming south by the inside route. years ago to engage in the orange a+

of 61 cases since entering upon my duties A bras railing, to be placed in I I The vessel has two 150 horse powerengines business in Florida. Ills wife died after h

as Mayor., front of the wicket, will prevent crowd. with twin screws, and draws six years ,of married life, leaving the
I have signed np lit licenses since my lug in timei of rush. Every comfort 33 inches. Captain Ike Bennett of husband and one daughter Mrs. Rines.

last report, making in all 204 licenses and convenience has been provided for Indian River is ia command. About two years ago the deceased had :' s,

issued. ,Vodelr this read Mr. A. R.: he patrons of the railway such as new Robert Burns Cigars at Hillier's. some dental work done, and an ill-fitting; ,k '

Beauon] has tendered {50.00 to the city seats, ,modern toilet rooms, and large Some time soon after Christmas there plate caused a soreness in the gums s' 1'
which he wishes,'the city to accept In in anticipation of a few cool the Clouds"A .
which later into
e full fire-places will be launched from the boat yard of developed a cancer. He ,'
payment' his electric light license of the waiting room is tbe
and days. North Holmes & IIeckert on Cabbage Island, was treated in the Orlando hospital, but ,
his ice
factory license. main exit., a hallway thirty feet wide one of the handsomest pleasure yachtsever without permanent improvement. Last
Sec: ., 123 of the Revised 'Ordinances the trains to the car '
leading direct from seen on Lake Worth. The boat, summer Mrs. Rines, brought him to her j
reads as follows; "Every person firmor riage driveway. The north end of the Drama in Two ActsAt which will be 'named tbe !VLucile," home in this city where his last days

corporation, 'manufacturing ice or depot is given; up for a baggage room measures 47 feet, with 16 feet beam. were spent. Death came peacefully yesterday %4
maintaining electric light plant or The baggage
and an express: office. Several' luxuriously furnished cabins at 6 a. m.
doing business l., as a wholesale dealer'' in affording much- I
is by 35 feet Funeral arrangements made ,
' room 25 have been provided by the owner of the were by
kerosene "
/ ,.nspihii or gasoline, $50-00. needed room for the handling of the sur- the Independent Order of Oddfellows for
;
) craft Dr.J. L. Weller o( Rochester, N..
the ; t
It Is clearly the intention of makers number of trunks put off In -
prisingly large Y who lost winter here and of 2:30: o'clock' the afternoon at which
spent
of thta law to charge tbe ice plant Beach during the tourist CruberOpera House ? "
I. at West Palm course, baa to come again. The motive time the cortege started for Lakeside
50.00 and the proposed Electric Light has been provided '
season. Every facility power is a 16 horsepower Clifton gasoline Cemetery. Representatlee Masons acted ,
. Company fjo oo.; At', the, time, tbe law for the prompt disposal of all bag- engine: and Fred Fontaine will be'in as pallbearers. TheNserivce was conducted p ti'
was made the same ,'company did not gAge"; The express office, 20 by 35 feet West Palm Beach charge. by Rev. J. J. Vaulx, rector of

J own .both, plants' and, no complication f* size will be used "as a warehouse or Holy Trinity church and A great many y'
. was 'The '%r" however, Southern Christmas Candies at Hillier's.Be .
! expected. word storeroom, the main office of the Oddfellows and Masons were in attendance
i makes It some"'whatdifficult; to decide Express: : Company still being maia- sure that your grocer is bringing out of respect to their deceased. ?

J from tbe law ({sell, and Mr. Bean jon tamed down town. Friday :Qec.i 8 you City Bakery bread., All grocers br tller. J! '

\, proposes to take'advantage of the am The three sides of the depot enclosureare : sell It. .:---

biguity.? $ 'wish the council to advise] protected bw wire ottting and gat Among the arrivals from the south Christmas Presents.

me,whet her wlsb to demand exits during the ar. Mr
i ther' me men areon duty at all '', Saturday morning were and Mrs. Here are a few valuable suggestions t
} >.W3 for each, plant as was intended, or rival and departure of trains. The dls. Joseph Andrew' Wilkinson,' on their for those who are planning some nice '

\ shall scceptiielender 1 .In view of agreeable conditions that prevailed at e wedding trip. They spent tbe day in Christmas gifts for relatives or friends.

:d}' the fact that the Electric Light Compa the old depot by reason of the on. the city the guests of .Mr.and Mrs. E. These articles can be obtained from

,l' ny is going. to'cotlect from the city the laughts made by the porters of the ho- -' .. FOR BENEFIT OF H.Tlmick: Olive: street. Mr. Wilkinson the West Palm Beach Fniniture Company f'

aunt of:Jj.4001;:each year; and have, a eta, have ceased to, exist for no one,is ia a son of Mr. H. H. Wilkinson, olHypoluxo in the Jefferson Block,. Clematis
A monopoly,have to date declined to allowed on the train' platform but those and brother of Mm. ,Dimlck. Avenue. l r(

! wept $50.00, bat',I am''not desirous of holding tickets. All the detail of management Holy Trinity Rectory Fund His charming' bride was Miss Ellen Look over this list Hall or table ri

, putting; the city into any' more litigation. are in accordance with those Summer Hawkins: of Fort Pierce, in lamps, reception chairs, pallor rockers.,. "

This I la not a questicof constitutional prevailing 'In larger cities, and tbe which town Mr.' Wilkinson now resides music cabinets ''dining room pictuies:: ?t

tty of the law as was the case of the city change is indeed a welcome one.. The ,wedding took place on library tables. divans or couches, rs

versus W. I.'Metcslf,' but it U a question The transfer from the old to the new Reserved. 'Seats 7c and V50c. General Wednesday pf last week at Fort Pierce ladies'1 desks, roll or, flat top 'deaks.I,,'

:I as to the reading of the law.. depot'wall made Monday afternoon. ;,Admission 35c I' and Immediately .after the ''young book cases, Morris chairs, ottomans,, }'
;
'' 'I':hav. appointed at ibe marshal'* --f+ I couple left for tlypolnxo.: The, groom 'I;!;.1(
arm 'chairs ,, baby: carriages, bath,ugH. yr
nomination: ; (Mr., J..Ai'.; Strawderman.to nd .your friends bob: of Fancy Indifa i, haa ,a' uiosi'of'friends in this city who medicine cabinets,'' mirror hall:;,rack *:I: *

J ,act all deputy' ';marshal at' Fresh Water Xlv r Or.nK a. Grapefruit Christmas.,Tan get.Put .Se ; t ; ) !v g rs' : join .I11'lbeartie t congratulations, and and New Home Sewing Machines,,'iNo',.'\
i for
I.ake '. inn marked or Pineapples and .shipped,, Everglade ur.4k'v, beSt, ,:wishes,toi! himself and bride.,, trouble to show,articles;only.,a pleaaurc-M, .'

t: -.1 have, reeeived'a I dated Decemi'.i' 7, ap.Produce Companyf destoioOysters. : .k k4x" Mee.scbanni Pipe at Hlllier".', -. ""',1:' "\ .-.L. ".''!' 9' 0-, _, ,.. ;f.1' ,' '''

,11 .d f' .! ;< ..' -i all uylee at BUIlet's'! .. _. .Lowney's\ ; Chocolate*'at Ilillfe I 't'Mp.'Al..r.p i L j CbO QJatt',athwailows'.et t3i111artA" .'J"

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as many people talk Portugese in PROFESSIONAL CARDS
THE TROPICAL SUN.
Brazil aa there are la Portugal; itself P :

;., Pioneer Paper of Dd County Florida, while French Is the of / LAW.. U1VIBjtt9 1
1# .-=== ..,..,:-, "F" '''''== language -- ------ r SHf'ITHRY
14,000,000) people outside ol Q JIIILLINOWORTU.4TtORNEY :
!,. PnbtUhid Every WednexUy and Saturday Franc" C. -
AT!WIST PALM" ...010.DADA OOUMTV,PUOBIDA.SUBSCRIPTION .
AND COUNSELLOR I .... .
I,' The "New Florida." We Are Prepared to do ; '
p""' PRICE, $3.00 PElt YEAR West Palm Beach Fla. I
,- ---'" In'a recent Issue of The Packer, the : L

"' Tropical Sum Publishing Comp'y, great fruit and vegetable growing Industries ; GEO.0. CUltKlK: Workerr' ,

of Florida are exploited in a comprehensive Fkt-CIass5
HARRY L. BROWN. MANAGER. Attorney aDd OounaeIIor-at-L&\r "
and thorough manner. The; .,
,WEST PAtM:: BEACH FLORIDATTT ,
hf Entered at the.. i.mnd.c.cluu Went Palm Beach Packer baa been, able to secure a list of r
mutter. .At Reasonable ;.Prides I
the prominent growera from all part of r, BKANNlNOr r :

The next political rally will by held the State and Dade county is well rep- .

at Manatee on Tuesday of next reAented. Attorney and Uounsslloc-At-L&ir, Call and Inspect our line of : : :
I Referring to Florida's marvelous de. (Ofllce over Bank) .
week December 22. Tho.visit of the BEACHFLAGu aid Toilet Fixtures H ; :
velopmeht The Packer says: WEST PALM : Bath Room, .* \
! : politicians and Santa Claus all in one I : ,. ...it"I'" I :
Even those who were well acquainted ': I
. i >M. ROB INS '
of Braid- ,
week should give the people .
! with every section of the State ten year

entown and Manatee something to ago would be lost today: If asked to name Attorney and Counttlor-at-Latu( / : GAS, S.TEAMAND WATER FITrINGI I :.

. '?' think and talk about. the leading fruit and vegetable.shipping Will practice In State and Federal Courts, "

points. These point*sprung up ao rapidly TITUSVILLE. FLA. Estimates Furnished' : :

Says the DeLand News: "Of[ the since 1900 as to make all previous
records of little value and in almost U. ANN ,
w. ?
In Florida
165 papers published :
about 50 favor Taliaferro's 're-elec- every instance these shipping stationsare ATTORN Y-Af-LA\H.\

ion, 12 are for Stockton 8 for growing tbycreSlt raoldly. development Office-Front Room Hatohett Building ..... O, l atGhett DaCamaFa Hardware CO.j
Much of for the rapid .
as, Jennings-and the others have not I I. dialflx-lte: past three years ,MUni, Florida. ...18-'".* ,

yet aligned themselves to any belongs to the Florida East Coast Railway Q/KO. A. WOICLMYt .
f candidate. The News is among -one of the most wonderful piecesof :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
those in the last list." engineering in the country. Starting

at Jacksonville" this system was built up General practice State end Federal Curt '0 Q 0'Q O'o-0:0o-o-o:
'* receive .t- '
All builne' entrusted will prompt We

The following: suggestion conies from a narrow guage and line St.operated Augustineand between t.ntloll.Offic, Brown Building, Are. D and IVtbBtre JlunlUI JtD'f'S Went Palm Beach POO.0,,10(13.
ti' from the Fort Myers Press: Jacksonville t. Now Gn
St. Augustine and Tocoi on the St. MIAMI. FLORIDA o oaid C 11US
"Would it not be a good plan to Johns river. This was In the old days Sell SOCIAL TEAS
the steamer Kathleen on a run P. PRICE
put
l; when it cost a dollar a box to freight MITOHELL:
Miami The I We have to make a Social Tea a function of.dn-
,Y: between. here and ? trip oranges from the Indian River countryto pnr patrons )are < everything .
ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELLORAT light t6 the hostess and the guests :
ought to become popular with the
The famous Duminit
Jacksonville. invited to visit .
our Wafers Chocolate--
LAW Athena Wafers Champagne ; Orange: ,
tourists, fond of sport and adven- orange( grove on IndianTUver was in its Will practice In all the Court,State and Fed store or have !us call Cherry and Vanilla Nabisco.Wafers;; These aro nnd properly so
ture, and many of the East Coast prime in those days and one of the main oral. Spoitlal attention given to Crlin- order for -termed Fairy Sandwiches. All of the above are 60 eta. H pound
for
visitors could be brought over tot items of cost of the fruit was the freightto nal, Heal Estate.and ProbateLaw. _. your and they go about SO to the ODnd. ,

the Gulf side to discover that this Jacksonville. At that point it brought Omen: AVENUE C MIAMI ILA.I3 anythiugJn_ Five O'clock Tea Biscuits in tins*., _-, 80 cents

.. I is the grandest section of Floridafor $4 and 5 per box. F. ATKINSON; Also in paper cartoons, 10 "
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GroceriesWe
and
:' Toe Florida East Const Railway was a \ Meats Social;Tea Biscuitscartoons, 10-' .
sport or anything elese. "
10
Graham Wafers, cartoons, -
.. creation ol the oil magnate, II. M. Flag- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
---- "a"
----- ler. In the face of positive loss and NOTARY PUBLIC. handle Poultry' Eggs, Butter, Sponge: Lady Fingers cartoons,t 15 '.. .
k A unique move iu railroad annals Feittinos in tins e 30 '
against technical advice be a line .
drew MIAMI, FLAW Cheese, Fruit and Vegetables. Ceylon Tetfey, Oolong, Formosa; Gun Powder EnglishBreakfast '
r baa been started by the Chicago reach-
the of the State
across east coast
I. MI2XCAJLF,' I and Japan Teas, ranging in price from 60 to 80 cent
A? Eastern railroad. The company ing to the Keys along the southern extremity : : apound. ', '

r' has started a course among its of the State and thence to Key ATTORN Y-AT.LAW. "' PROMPT DELIVERY OF ALL OR, Oranges Nuts, Pineapples Raining, Apples, Grape. 'Juice, in _

I trainmen for giving drat aid to the West The East Coast Railway of todayis NOTARY{ PUBLIC. DERS A SPECIALTY fact everything to make your function a success. A

injured in the case of train wrecks. the result-and the work is but partly Court Will praotloaln OountyBtateandtkederal:

The company has in mind an extension completed. A glance at the map shows LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.. 'L. W. BURKJ ARDT' Finest Groceries
how far south this has been Office TROPICAL SUM Block '
t' of the idea, and it is probable pushed with great system lines to Key west Palm Boach. Dad County...florid FABER BROS. > rt'will pay' you to purchase; our Coupon.Books. ."
steamship
,: that In time, it will\ establish schoolu y
West and Havana aim to,Nassau New ,
:x of this character at every division Providence in the Bahama The main Ile TT it. SAUNDEKS Jr., Clematis Ave near Public.i ''School 1 r

,. headquarters along its line. The line is 366 mile. IonS with several cross ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,

: i move is meeting with favorable com lines leading to> the- St. Johns river section Corner OUT and .

; ment ID every quarter. but a few miles to the'west at many 'I>6-I WEST PALMIBBACH, FLORIDA '-
: We Can Salt
the line.
points along I
'
I J. LEWIS .. .
The Fort Myers Press is another Through; the third vice-president of A J, a FULLER J. B. LIDDY

the syste'm. J. E. Ingraham, .of St. Angnetine. A f7ORNE Y-AT-LAW ,
that thinks the elec-
primary
) paper the Flagler campaign has been and NOTARY PUBLIC. DR'S MILLER & LIDDY ,Every man and youngn: ,
should be off late
tion put as as pose- pushed on permanent lines. Tbe nerv- Agent 0'tb.U. 8.Fidelity. *.O.arantj Co.,ol. I Suit
able, allowing for time only to hold a iest determine B.ltlmara, Md. DENTISTS! with a> Custom Made :
to
were employed
experts
Office at corner ol Clematl Avenue and Nar.
; second primary, if necessary. The which varieties of vegetables were best clHHux Street over 8trobu'eton' t4.19o.WeatPalm ---............. -- "
Press : "If delegates to the National followed tlcioh.
r says adapted to certain sections. Then' PAIN BEACH Off ICR '
l Convention are to be selected tests of all kinds back of which .MEDICAL AND SURGICAL- \, We Can Save You

in this way then the first primary stood the East Coast road at every turn. 8. II. WOODS I. U..r.>'. S.Ildl.l. : .
f"
# would have to be held early in May\ As a result Miami and Hastings today nit.PHYSICIAN AND SUROEC.V tr-addle From 15-to 40 Per Cent.. OOn

otherwise the election could be put are of equal prominence to Kalamazoo 'DR. M1LLBB ,

off until July. The closer to the I and Rocky Ford. Presque Isle or,Gree- Office,Clematis Are next to lliuonlti Temple. / every dollar invested in a Suit. 'You 'can save -.
ley. It has literally taken millions to Residence, Datura Street near Depot. sufficient to buy a pair of $3.50 "SNOW StlOES; '
time for holding,: the regular election t .' "" \ '
't' bring this about but the investment is WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. I WBST, PALM RIACB OFUCB Vici or Patent Leather .-
in November that it is possiblo to '

have the primary the better it will already showing results. Towns and TT C. HOOD M. Dee Pint D.-.. Nat .( No Other House has'' s ,1;v,: ;'
cities have been built on systematicliner .,
Dd C oo r suit the people. and the whole scheme as it is now PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON So Complete a Line of Hats .. .. ,
unfolding is the greatest tribute to the Offloa over Strohm' tore, WEST PALM DR. LIDDY

; That six-day bicycle race in New man Flagler that could be conceived of. BEACII. tteldenoe near Royal Polnelaaa Of Prevailing Styles *
Hotel.PALM: BEACH. Is-i
York was far more brutal than n Carnegie's fame pales by the'side of .

: prize-fight and Mexican bull-fight is this man's whose whole bent has been B. POTTED M. D.,
what wildernessand R: Our: Fall Line of Lion Brand' '
not to be put in the same class. take up was literally a ,

\. There must! be been a great deal of convert into a producing section 8-38-D8 WEST PALM\ BEACH."FLA.f Private Preparatory SchoolFor Shirts;and Collars '
unequalled In any part of America. .
pleasure in the epectale of a lot of \ '
Needs No
Introduction
drug-crazed human beings riding way the Seaboard Air Line and the At- Miss L, E. Hindry, Evernla Street
Madison O II. MACYLb.
around that half mile track in lantic Coast Line have close '
proven School open Monday,October Bth. Everything' that embraces NECKWEAR: we have for '
Square gardens, some of them seconds. These lines are doing for West Seaplane H:8O to 11 a. nM 19 to 1:80 p. m.
... DENTIST, Plano lemon by arrangement. your inspection. We carry all the good things that are
with sprained wrists, bruised and and Central Florida what the Florida Office in Jefferson Block t'v good for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,

broken arms, haggard faces and leone East Coast Railway is doing on the East WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA

case, with a broken rib protruding Coast. Their work had less of the pio- and E. M.\ BBELSPOKD() S. SCHNEIDMAN'Practical.. Tailor and
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
through the flesh. But it neering for the roads had been built for ER

takes a great deal to satisfy some years. It is, however, in the way of developing vyAL.LAGE2.K. MUSES Real Estate
trucking and fruit r"raising that .
people in this day and generation. these lines have made worthy records. Sutoetaof to A. W. Robert- s PALM BEACH, FLA. ...............,... ... .......... ............ .....

Fifty ---- Isaac.-- Pitman, Scores of Small shipping points barely Agent REAL for Wenfc ESTATE Palm AND Beach INSURANCE Towo Lot.' *loWot Notary Public. Cottages to RentO i H. ''j'
yearn ago/ existing have been brought back to new Palm Bench Water Work L. HJLLIER

the inventor of phonetic! shorthand, life, giving( hundreds of truckers an opportunity ClematlcATenoe NOTARY,near PUBLIC.Oliv.Street. ffice South of Polnclana SouthGEOIt0E -.,

predicted that English was destined to gala a competency.- Taking 11. 1-1901 Went Palm Beach.Florida : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :,
a "run down" section a. well .as one in I O BUTLER. "'
to be the universal laugunge. A ARCHITECT AND BUILDER :
which were hundreds of orange groves I TbBACCONIST'Cigars :

writer in the New York World says wiped out by the great freeze these lines p D. DROWN, 'CIVIL ENGINEER '. .

that .at that time Mr. Pitman was have along poured their lines money finally into discovering experiments: : a ., ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. PALM BEACH", FLORIDA : .Tobacco, Cigarettes, Pipes, Etc.,. Ec.CANDIES ., :

laughed at and adds: "English/ is Flan and ipealacatlon prepared. : '
solution of problems which seemed :
un-
Jobbing work Iren prompt attention' at a ,
now spoken byabo'ut 120,000,000; ( .
solvable. GEO. HASLEHURST & SH
people. A century ago it was A* conditions settle and the Various Shop'' on Datura Street : A FULL LINE OF LOWNBY'S: CELEBRATED. CHOCOLATES: .r.

Spoken by 20,000,000 people only. roads get the fruit and trucking businesson Contractors and Builders :. Cold Soda Lunches. to Order. Dining .Seaspnlea ... :

During: that period no other'leading a permanent basis, rates will necessarily 14 LTSFifteeh v Ica Cream soda .. ;..

European language bus made the go to a basis fair to all. ,P. O.BOX'304 e. I Cream, ;SRMINOLMBIOCxWSarPALMBEACE'! : '..!

slightest advance. German has Dade county of today is the result"of *. ... ......... ... ............'... .! .." .<.>.. .>.e,

held its own, it in' spoken now by overcoming obstacles. The map showsIt minutes walk MRS. ID)CB. BRIJNER .
I .
but this ia no higher as one vast swamp the eastern and I
80,000,000,
southern limit of the Bverglades. And' south of The Breakers. General Manager for the World '; >
percentage of tbe total number of Famous f' Hens'TWarm
eIths
yet along the Atlantic Coast there are a
of European stocks than it 4' ,
people BALM OF FIGS" ..
dozen towns well known to the trade allover "otf
.
had a century ago. Abraham Lin- the country. Only five years ago Size. 50x150. feet, on the Local 1 office at Park Cottage .

coln foresaw 200,000,000 English-: all were unknown save one or two>n a ,Went Palm Beach,Fla. +, bat don't build tboumnd dollar"'Ihoiua '
speaking people in the United Statesilone small way. Dade is the "tomato" county ocean front. Great.bar. J V 't tl .' for a thirty cent ben The; I
,h t+' tt 1' most roofing and tia- I.' .
4' I economical ,
bar* described .
;. and Inter prophets of the United States Wherever
300,000,000 I one gains' For full information S. H. RICHMOND Agent''cite >! ', yi i'i rr. {h{ l rlroi a inf!fa our famous ;. |
,
i : it as tbe borne of goes be sees tomatoes with a patch here *

when the twenty-first century dawns.As and thereof eggplants and truck. Plants address Grant Lan ,PAROID" "

.t, the learning of English: is compulsory bave been set and a great leason is be- Coipaoj.ItBAl .
Price of lot range from f 300 to $500 .
::1! in India, 300,000,000 more fore.the growers. !. ESTATE. Ready Reefing ,
.
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;
r.i people are being annexed to the CUTLER FLORIDA DI.- -
i 1'-I.: Wanted. E., F.' HAINES ,It Lasts'
world The lead- .d
p-'f$ Engliah-tip'eakfng ,
'\ *v,:'ing languages of contInental Europe Your watches, clocks-.and jewelry to I 'Box 173. ,.'Palm Beach, Florida... .' Oyatera.l ail styles. at,Hlllicr's.; Speedily..n'.need t e Good*red a ia. .meet Deb lot the rout poaltrfm be. ..-
); .. .. .h Sot
koildlnv. Low east Knn your
,
', at the beginning of the last century repair by 1$ A Walker tbe expert t ken' coop.' MakeS mead vmunai roof. It U a h.. Tl.H 1ttot.\IIIr) < Ho.IMlatt. '.
watchmaker and optician, Jefferson/ Went(e4brhllenorcrack.. Proof MIUWI emrnhin* a r.u.M.roeaaa .
S", ;French German and Spanish ''ihoBldp*proof.!.kub Put ap In roll of:lt. iaaa>. faNiasehr." eeataj.' 1 : t .
I block, sign or the "Big Watch." \ l boob
a-o..pe. ouapla
Mechanics Here a' C.IHMII for. ; .,.. ., % ,
JJ, while declining or stationary in Eu- Satisfaction 'guaranteed every .time. .Eoonom/.".....tt.e lot the .klo.. T i r. I

",'rope' itself, are making gains", on 'I 8: .
Byes tested free. Glasses accurately j .
The greatest promptness and courtesy, together with honest dealings, -
):j'bther;\ continents. Thl'r "sre only'j.000,000Spaniards Ii ted. Twenty-rive experience '
In but ; years t will make you our patron*. Work called for and,delivered on short For sale by, II" .r'
Spain
% !
houses in
'J : with some of the best ) New '

E'./i/c''j''35.000,000 Americana tclkSpanIsh. York and Baltimore; the past 'six years notice la'mty part. of town; eat
I'-' !Sdine 20OOO.OOO I'tople'speak Ger- bead watchmaker and '''optician,1' for STRAHAN STEAM: ;LAUNDRYi ; oornpany ,

Y81'\: 'outside of Germany' ,.and twice Ceenleof& Crosby Co. Jacksonville,at, ''" .\ .. \i'WESTPALhf"'BXCILMFIORIDA'\ ; : %' ,::'J / .t' "
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THE TROPICAL ;
SUN WEST PALM B CIJ, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16, 1903. 8
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. IN IT FOR The Late Caleb S, Cope. ,
Our
: -'MONEY The Jacksonville Letter. 'i'I
following interesting sketch of;
'- I
Jacksonville.
THE FARMERSCounty the life of the late Caleb S> Cope who Dec. u.-A street corner c

....;. '> died at his home In this city on Sunday in confab developed a curious situation I i +

November 29th, is taken ( Tampa newspaperdom the other day. &qj
Who Will Plant rom the rally
rot Dada Local News of West Chester, Pa. : "AcCOrding to the Metropolis' Tampa .c:

IrIsh Potatoes and Cabbage "Intelligence was received last correspondent," said one, "the sale of .

for the Spring: Market' ', leg of the death of Caleb S. Cope, at even.his certain interests in the Tampa Herald or UsefulChristmas
,
-- : residence, at West Palm Beach, Fla, on will result in the loss of that paper to I

.'' Farmers of Dade County: Sunday morning last, November 29th; the Jennings Interest, and Its devotion
ttflw in
future to "
at about Stockton
little time since wo sent out I Itttvariom to I o'clock "What do you
i
jonis in the "The deceased was nearly all of his make of it t" asked another. "Why did A
printed coua
,
paper life a resident of East Bradford Jennings' devoted friend Slmontop sell '

:11 circular letter, on the .subject' of ship, Chester county. lIe was the town-only his interest, with such a prospect in I presentss

iLotlng Irish' potatoes this season in child of Benjamin and Rest ISwayne) view ? And where did the purchasersget '

I ;!')pale) county. Since writing: that ]ester Cope of East Bradford and was born. ties the money to buy with?" The par-

I lit have, had no reason for changing our November 27th, 1818. He was consequently most directly Interested In the deal rJ.rsq
[ the other band ,we would 85 might answer these very searching
lull but on years and two days old at the ques
.:!,plaize the fact that there is every time of his feath. West Chester people tions-but they will not do so. 1. cJt

; eA iMi to believe that prices will rule remember him well as a grower of veg. :PLATFORMS AND PRIMARIES.The { -t ?

'i In the spring than for maoy etables of all kinds several .
'hijber which he sold on platforms of 1900-State
thousands of of the streets and ; call and examine our line of Hose 1j ,
,Fut) There are acres of the town from day to day. Congressional-contemplate the i .
that have been plated, in tomatoes He also served milk from his nomination in '
Dud own dairy, primary elections of i 1 Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Fascinators Fancy iI,
for the past two or three years that will and whatever he sold could be relied "candidate for office" only. The State

this season. These lands are upon just as be platform "favors" the v
lay idle represented it. nomination by Neckwear, Umbrellas, Tailor Made Suits, t
Il ted to growing the best quality of "The deceased was a member of Chestnut primary of "all candidates for office, ; m

I,f; Iriih potatoes end in quantities equal to Street Friends' Meeting, and while both State and county, and for the i' Silk Waists, Fancy Kimonas and numerous ;

\, ,ny portion of the State. If these land living here was very faithful and regular .United States Senators." The primary Jr

could be planted in potatoes this year, ID his attendance at the meetings of the election law, enacted in 1901 says: i other articles: m

Hey would bring the farmer thousand Society He was an upright; conscien- "Whenever the State Executive Committee .s';!!J J ''A''
of dollars and the land would be all the ious: Christian man, whose memory will] shall decide to take by primary

better for the tillage./ What Is true of long be held sacred by a large circle of election the sense of the members of ; i

potatoes is also true of cabbage. The friends and neighbors. Many years ago said party as to the proper persons to be !!J J !

: old crop i i. now well nigh exhausted and he married Lydia Eldridge, a daughterof made delegates to any convention to be FJ1.MJ t

before the early crop' conies to market the late Joseph and Abigail Eldridge, held for the purpose of that party, or to r'a J '

"1 .the old crop will be entirely gone: Cabbage of East Goshen township They had six take the sense nl the members of said "

is one of the vegetables that is children: born to them all sons. Benamin party as to their choice for United States '

found on nearly every table In the land and Joseph are deceased. The Senator or as to the proper person or L A. S. Botsford Dry Goods Co. I tiThe ;

It matters little bow high It may be. the surviving sons are Nathan, James, Frank persons to be presented on behalf of

people will and must have cabbage, If It and George. James and Frank were that party to the voters of the State, Con-

cm be procured at any price. There is with their father in Florida for several gresslonal district or county, as the case r mfcta

every prospect that during the winter years prior to his death. Nathan and may be, at any election to be held In the ;J.J Ladies' Outfitters

end spring cabbage will bring a higher George reside in West Cheater George, several counties under the law of this .

price than for many years past. There the youngest of the family, has won disinction State, at leajt thirty days' notice shall

ii nO section of Florida that is better I as an artist of rare ability. be given," etc.' [

adapted to growing: this vegetable than Several years ago Caleb S. Cope and Neither the platform nor the statute

the prairie and muck laud on the lowereast wife removed to Florida. The delightul contemplate. the selection of membersof I

coast. Referring to a letter from climate of that State which permited the State Congressional or county I I' ---

Messrs. S. J, Sligh & Company which their being out of doors almost everyday executive committees in a primary;

was recently published In the Miami in the year, charmed them both, therefore, they must be chosen accordIng .

News,' Mr. Sligh says: "There is no and probably prolonged their lives. to time-honored Democratic usage,

lection of the State that raises as fine .Irs. Cope was failing in health when ventions.in State, Congressional and county con Has it "Got You Guessing"What

cabbage as the East Coast section, and she went there and it was believed thatif Candidates for Presidential '

while the freight rate is higher than she stayed here she could not live beyond Electors may be chosen by primary;

other points, still we believe that the a few months. She recovered al they are "candidates for office," and
must be voted for to for Christmas P Give call and
other candidates buy presents a
superior quality and being free from the : most at once when down there, and as are us

cold 'would make up the differece in lived sevOralyears. Her death occurred for office-State and county-In
the November election But, although your troubles will be immediately dissolved. In the next issuewe
freight rates on the net returns" Mr. about four years ago. From that time ;

SHgb has made a most careful study of forward, while always cheerful, Caleb the selection primary of law delegates apparently to conventionsby authorizesthe will,endeavor to specify a few of the many things we have'
the market conditions and his advice Is Cope looked forward to the time 5'1

plant cabbage. While we have unbounded be, too, would be laid away. Gradual! the primary method, the State plat that will be appropriate ,for Christmas giving-
'
form specifically excludes them from its
faith In, the Dade county tomato he succumbed under the weight of ad-
operation. They are, in no sense, "can
there are conditiSns when less toma- vandog years until the end came. He
toes and more of other vegetables ts'ad- has probably been laid to rest at the didates for office.?' Should the State WEST PALM BEACH FURNITURE CO. fi
Committee order that such delegates be
vlsable. Plant potatoes and cabbage is aide of his deceased wife in the cemetery -
chosen by the primary method, will it Jefferson Block H. P. McGinley Manager
our advice. Truly yours, near his beloved home in beautiful ,
not be violating; the letter as well as the
E. V. 3LA.CKMAN.: Florida, as down there funerals are re-
spirit of the party platform? t '/
Miami Fla., Dec. 8, 1903. aired to take place a short time after
If a State convention must be held to
-5, death. -
choose successors to the present members
"The deceased had a talent for writing,
Fight: Will be Bitter. of that Committee, and delegates to Wheel
Those who will in their and many of his poems appeared from
persist closing the National convention, it should be
ears against the continual recommendation tlllle to time in the News In former years;
held early enough to enable the dele-
of Dr. New for be for otherlapers.
King's. Discovery Occasionally also wrote
Consumption, will have a long and bitter He never published a collec- gates to be commissioned before the date I DO NOT ADVERTISE
fight with their troubles if not ended of the National convention It'can elect TO GIVE ANYTHING
lion of his poems, although he left be-
earlier fatal termination. Read whatT
by
new members of the State Committee,
R BeaU Miss has bind him about 380 manuscripts of his But I do value 1
Heall of ,' to say: their: terms to begin when the current !guarantee; for
Last faU my wife had every symptomof verse., His conscientiousness was such received both In
consumption. She took Dr' KIng'. that he never wrote except to enjoin campaign closes with the canvass of the (roods: sold. I have the finest
New Discovery after everything else had votes in the November general election
moral lesson, hence the scope ofhis '
failed. Improvement came at once, and some But this procedure is entirely and absolutely New Wheel
four bottles entirely cured her. Guaranteed writings was limited. distinct from that provided for the T
by all druggists.' :Price SOC and "Often his sons and his wife urged
selection of "candidates for office." And For sale in town at the
$i. Trial bottles free.' him to publish his but he alwayseclined right;
poems
the time when the primary shall be heldis and also the BASKETS. > I I;
--- ----- to do so. The requests of admiring -
absolutely Immaterial aside from the
A Timely I friends were likewise unavailing.He .
Topic.
I convenience and desires of the Democratic
At this season of coughs and colds it [ however, was accustomed to say Bicycles
of the State, and In
ia well to know that Foley's Honey and hat if they wished to publish them after people may
Tar is the !greatest throat and lung rem. the strictest accordance with party law For men, women and
death he did not object. It is possible
his
edy. It cures quickly and prevents serious and the primary election statute, be held have some new Ladies'
results front a cold. :SOld by Dim- that a volume containing the principal at any time "not less than 60 days before Wheels which I am selling nt

ick & Riegel. part of his poetry may be published I the date for the general election." figure; for one week only.
at some future time. look them over.
Pole,'. Honey and tar positively -.- I SOME STRAW VOTES.

cure. all throat and lung diseases. Relate During the sessions of the United 4 H. T.

Rieffel.all substitutes.-Sold by Dimick & sure sign Revolution of,approaching Imminent.A revolt and States Grand Jury at Jacksonville the Clematis Ave., opposite

serious trouble in your system is nerv- :, twenty members present, while awaiting I "
The refrigerator plant the Missouri usuess, sleeplessness, or stomach upela. the arrival of the District Attorney took
State Electric Bitters will quickly dismember -I some "straw votes".the result of whichwas
building at the World's Fair has the troublesome causes. It never p
been installed. The plant has a capacity ails to tone the stomach, regulate the as follows: For Governor-Davis,

equivalent to the production of 30 tons kidneys and bowels, stimulate the liver 16; Broward, 3; Mays, I. For U. S. Senator A, Sam Cameron ,

of ice per day. Large reach each and clarify the blood. Run down sys- -Taliaferro, 15; Stockton, 4; not /
pipes tents benefit particularly, and all the usual Straw votes not conclusive p
voting, I. are
room, and the fan system that forces the aches vanish under its
cold air through the pipes is capable of! searching attending and thorough effectiveness. -but they are significant. E WEST PALM BEACH

reducing the temperature on the hottest : Electric Bitters is only soc, and that is .5- FLORIDA
days to 40 degrees returned if it don't give perfect satisfaction Favorite Family Remedy. R ;

.. Guaranteed by all druggists.; Prequently accidents occur in the _

household, which cause burns, cuts,
To Prices Moderate
Improve the appetite and strengthen Rem form
the digestion try a few doses of Report from the School ppraina Ballard's and bruise.Snow;Liniment for use in has such for H
cases
Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver Tab- 1 G Gluck, superintendent, Prunty-
favorite
been the constant
le's. J H Seiu. of Detroit hitch, says I own, W. Va., writes I "After trying all many family years letnedy '35C soc and $:. A Consistent
They restored my appetite when Im- other advertised cough medicines we .. r'w
paired, relieved me of a bloated feelingand have decided to use Foley's Honey and N With '
caused a pleasant and satisfactory Tar exclusively in the West Virginia Reform You Know What You Are'TakingWhen ) ) ) )
movement of the bowel." There !are School I find it the most effectiveand you take Grove's Tasteless G Good Work $
people in this community who need just absolutely' harmless." Sold by. Chill Tonic because the formula is
such a medicine. For sale by all druggists DI lick & Riegel. r- f
I and medicine: dealer. Every -bos I. ITo plainly printed on every bottle showing ;
warranted. Cure a Cold in One Day ,, bat it is simply iron and quinine in a Union Men Only
tasetless (orm" No cure No pay. So cU N
'si I- *-""-*!1I Tab- .
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine EMPLOYED
Don't be imposed upon by taking aub- eta.. All druggists refund the money if --:- : ( I
I stitntea offered for Foley's Honey and It fails to cure. E. W. Grove's BI n.. Boy'J Life Saved from Croup? G. It .

Tar. Sold by Dimick & Riegel. ore is. on each box. 23,cents.World's C W Winchester'a prominent: citizenof I (
'.- -....-"- Winchester, Ind writes: My little ,
Models of every.variety of fruits and calls attention to the boy had a severe attack of membranouscroup i: ( \! 1 : : :
Work and only got relief after taking: L. A.
vegetables grown in the State will be fact that while eastern people stilll Foley's Honey and Tar. He' got relief (

shown In Maryland's display at the peak of the wild west" there is more after one dose, and I feel that it Raved I MANUrACTURKR Or,
Palace of Horticulture at the World' within two hours' ride of Boson the life of my boy." Refuse substitutes.' : f
wild land Sold by Dimick & Riegel.
Fair. The models are now being painted to say nothing of Massachusettsnd w...... ,,. Boots and <>>
and tinted by Miss, Blanche Mecgai of New York than can be t
an artist residing: ia Washington.: She parts whole corn belt and predicts W. A. Patterson, the DeLand bigamist t
found In the ) ) '
of
All Kinds
Repairing in
sentenced by Judge Stewart
applies the color so cleverly thai even an that the near future will\ witness was

expert hesitates to proclaim the one artificial westerners speaking of th* "'wild east.'' Wednesday to five years ImprisonmentIn Goodi.NeaUy: Done.
the convict turpentine
camp. "
or the other natural ..TBallard' ,.' .

n' Horehound Syrup..
A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.A Immediately relieves l hoarse Ha Found a Cure. Iniliaif Tame! Bnchlinand

H Thames, a well known coal ope rattling, rasping and R H Foster 318 S and street. Salt fI,
rate*of Buffalo Ohio, writes ; "I have cough, oppressed fcr ..lhrog. Henry C, Stearnsdifficult Lake City, writes i "I have been both- Horsehid : 1 F .Jtk'!PI(":
been writes, with or indigestion for 21 : &
amicted with kidney and bladder Shullsburg, Wisconsin, ered dyspepsia : '
,
Druggist
trouble for gravel or "I have been selling years, have tried many doctors without a f'
stones with excruciatingpain.: I got no May jo. tot Horehonnd Syrup for two relief, but I have found a cure in Ilerb- 'FOR TENDER FEETOlive ]
relief from medicines until I began takIng Ballard'[ and have never had a preparation lee I recommended it to all m, frienrlg
Foley Kidney Care, then the result years better satisfaction I who are afflicted that way and it la curing ;
baa given NW
was surprising A few doses started the bat notice that when I sell a bottle, they them too." yx. St, r1cu: : of Jefferson /

brick dust like fine stones, and_ now 1 come back for more.' .caD honestly re. .--'...--- .
nave no pains across sriy kidneys and I commend it.. 23ft t. A kidney or'bladder trouble can' 'always :
feel like a new man.' it has done ,pie ',.___- be cured by using' Foley'a Kidney, foIEi VKIDN ; / : 'Y !

' '$A'ono Riegel.worth, of' 'loud "Sold by Dimick. Lnoches: to order at H11l1er'-' eu.elG time. Sold by Dimick,,&Riegel.,i Make KldMy and"BlaiMar -" \ \ :':\; t l ?


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Tb. Car. .. "...""ac ab..Po"
Many families have the misfortune; to ARE YOU GOING Atlantic Coast :Lin
Include one member who, perhaps from Florida East Coast Ry. <

some congenital detect, Is not trust North or West P
.
worthy. Yet they hate to !give him up, Oct '10 1903- THE GREAT ,THROUGH CAR LINE FROM I.UftlDA
and hoping as he goes from one disaster ,LOCAL TIME CARD No.49. Corrected to ,

'' to another that ho will :yet learn his I IOU'HIOUIID-IUD DOWN.AJVSPOBD NOIITlleOUNO-IiAD liP.N. -COJffNJBCTlOffS- -----
k., lesson, they keep on finding chances for
him to throw way. To raise sach a I ... Ns.i$ 11I0.111 Narely t
person Is simply to add to the height THE Daily, tTAi1eN+ 1)11I17. :D.ay:
The Over its own rails to
which be must' fall. Ito Savanna!
from >> protect
1oaLv..... .. s ,00 0 QO East t
ip
his reputation la simply to furnish him : ,..8osek.oavUte Charleston, Richmond and Was_

him.with means The sooner to deceive he gets whoever down to trusts the Louisville & Nashville R. II e 45a w .,. ,.,,,. !tainga.. o lea / i via All Rail ington, thence via Pennsylvania Rs.

level he belongs In the bettor for him J
self, his friends and society. Help him v .Pala r e r !,. ---- -
.. ....... .. l at.oQ ............. Lv... ,. Toe The LoulsYille & Nashville, via Montgomery
on, but not up. Pay his board, but don'tfind : + WestEast

fidouco.him Keep a job where him out be of can the betray poorhouseand con offers,unexcelled passenger: ser .] ... ., .... n/ e60..t eP The Mobile & Ohio, via :Montgomery
I vice. Modern trains carrying .. .. .. ....tiro..... l
out of jail If possible, but most off ----
of mischief making :Pullman sleepers, np-to-date a 5 J 57 .: :n..i. hDaptena. .., .. .1tO .
all keep him out by p p p.....:'.:....,... .l'eLt ................... To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for Ne
serious mischief Inaccessible ton coaches free. Chair ,.. ... The York, Philadelphia BoKlon.
him. To put a defective, Irresponsible Reclining flQ P5 I D... ...:...:. M .NpikmMiyll...',,. ...v.. ...... s p t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York
1 pa ... ,.... .,.. .... Washington and'Balii
y Cars and Dining Cars between $ 0 y. ... .. ........ .. Pt i
man who is used to ease and the comforts ocos more.
commercial Southern and Northern cities. t f p.. .., ,:;trookleANa es.E' Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation
social and p
of life Into
r i a p .....:..;.....,.r jtau Oaae..............,.......r 615 P sC via steamship for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Company
competition with persons of his own social The finest :dining car service In ,f .1 p. .. '.,..,...Jf.lbonra..................... 1 N .1
grade Is to Invite disaster. Let him :.. ..,.........5ba.tla............... I SC .11 le --
the South. : 2101st O .,.,,, .l.Lu.la. ........, .. ..., 1. oem iron lea
be known If he is known at all, for ; / 1, p ,,,,,,u... ,Pt. Hera .. ...... ........ ti a TO KEY WEST via Peninsular &, Occidental
what he Is and thereby minimize the 1 p. .. ...Tibbai... .. '... sipf aese
alai ..,.Eden... ......,: flit and
risk Involved ,In his existence.-Har N. p.. .J.nasn. .......... ....... .1 Steamship
per's Weekly. eQ p..eb.6oend.: ; ............... o p.S1/a HAVANA Company
pellet .. '
r"f a p.. a,. W..tlupller. :.:::....,..S .t sneer'
s p .. :.....,,ll'i.l P11m Basalt................ t p u e IT sI
d Desperate Cbaraet.r.B9rst I s ..................,.Beynioa............ ........ iii' 1 P v elI SOMETHING NEW
Henpecked Husband-Well, sir, ALL AGENTS SELL THROUGH s

r' I've been gone and done It. My wife TICKETS VIA 9 5' C e s a fi .. '. fl.eandMa.lDaderd.is.. ...'.. ...t a 444 l 8 Is/ 7 ofsu td Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 15,000: miles of among toe principal!
wouldn't give me the latchkey agalo p p t'.,LampCity .........: / p keoea railroads the Southern States: are on sale by the principal agents. **
i -this morning BO I took It by force-byf Ar.., Miami ..a k T e e OOEOHEDULE Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line.

force do you bear met 0)0' BRAVOS LINES. Prank C. Boyleatoo, Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger!
Second Ditto (admiringly)-Say. old IL. & N. R. R. Agent, 138 West Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville Flu H. M. Emerson \

man don't let my wife hear that. ... :BBJ.NOH. OBA.NOB: ITT BHAKOH.T Traffic Manager, W. J. Craig, General Passenger; Agent Wilmington N. C., '

She'll never let me go out with you -- r No.tPally No. IPMly X 4n ,
erAnoa/ I BTATIOHI.tv. pall nal
again Dahl -- -----

fir aft ..,. tusvl ..,...,..
For rates, schedule and sleeping car ...,..,,,....)[Ima.........,. rat'IQp .1010 ..M. Smyrn .n.Ira 5p IQp
on. H Couldn't Love. Otaf .*........ *wen ,...,,...Arifll iJ to .S.StpOOp ell L-r. t a .Ar se ,
Peddler-Want to buy an umbrella reservations, apply to ...;.....i4nterprtaa,,,,,,.,.AriU! OOn UN* Lv.Orenge Cltf.Ar a IOp p
6 if..j.,,. ilord ,.,....Li nW aOs e 1 OQp ell t6. JO..LT e1 B *
4 cheap, boss? SEABOARD ..
erchant-No; what's the use' J" M. FLEMING Nave N..tt Ns.U Nail No.II Na 20, ".. MA
MAYPOBTBBANOH.
a Whenever t buy an umbrella somebody Florida. Passenger' Agent: L. & N. R. R.. 'eel on--., St-T DWIy. lox.Dully Bun ., Daily: Dalygnndayof .Lq.LF3 LINE R..A.IL: xr.A y
steals it 206 West Bay St, Jacksonville, Fla.
Peddler-Well, this one ain't worth s i s.o. ,......... .1..k..11Io: .. ......4........ a 00. P
G. L. STONE. s 'I p' G8.1 .........Al.oYsos.till........ .......Is .05. .SO/' -FOJl-
steu.i1ngtchlln.ge.: .0. P .fi. Ir......._ "' ........4.k........ ,110. .110 c .
General Passenger Agent, t p'lO. 5 I p 1111& ......_..._.ltulkIwa..... L. ........ t 16. n1411. SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN P' INES. RALEIGH
Tift Trap. Louisville, Ky.fOLEnlioNEYANDTAR. s 00,1.11 III. p see a 4............,.Ngprt.,."...._.,..lT....... s ; 00. t .u. 10 S RICHMOND. WASHINGTON BALTIMORE,
"You call sot building a 'flre trap?
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
asked the perplexed foreigner. "How These Tli \.TaeIw>! show the ttmM at which train mar be itwoMd to .r,*v.sad d.prt ,
from Ib.trir l Motioni !but th. U af..tral or departnr s tn. times stated 1> not (u.r.nt ed.
can a house be a trap for ze flre?" nor dON t&e OomftMJ hold Itwlt nspoaallB for any dllaT or any: OOn"'ll1.aOl ariiioc th.r..
"It catches fire so easily. See?" said frQni. The Seaboard New \ork Limited is a veatibuled train, compose( ,

:; the native. exclusively of Pullman Equipment-Dining, Compartment Drawing.
the i sind KEY WEST AND HJ' ANA
too h.a1.1uaAt.MANUFACTURERS
V
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But he couldn't see, such Is the nof' I Room Sleepers and Observation Cars, operated solid St. Augustine and!

readiness of the untrained foreign Intellect PENINSULAR AMD OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Jacksonville to New York, via Washington, leaving St Augustine 12:10p.
in grasping the idioms of our O_. ol.1' e.pt.mb.r 80, 190a.
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tn. and Jacksonville 1:20 p. m. daily. Southbound this train is
rich and expressive .language.-Chicago Geo. S. Hacker & Son IOUTH(fpUNO. NORTH SOUKO.A known as the Seaboard Florida Limited.

Tribune._ 'IJDeaF,tII. ,J.ryvia. a I..w......''l'horat1a ..,....._....11q0n' 1tLe.
: and W.daetdayl.: P I. Weal Thor : ...... 10 p
00... That FIt t ealYbweuadeva.. I46is P ...I'T w" Monday .ii :,.... ONLY LINE
A species. of the wild goat the Capra : ; are..v..a Jt.r Miami Mt1a'.1144;ri.l." ....._...if : e

ruppell. haunts the rocks of the Abyssinian A*ddfttoa *..Wr.tttwrnchly will b.Oplral.4.".*twMn K'r weal Mid :H..T*..M fellows itrf
highlands and manages to hold Key W..., ......' 10 ILr. I Operating Daily: Through, Sleepers? From
R' R.'f&II....... ,.:aalal7urdaji......._001|IIAi''. .HyW.ilTwWayssds.medij:1Wi -
its own as to flight against all enemies. Jacksonville to New Orleans

with the exception of the fleet footed For sop of Loo l Tim Oud>-or other tnlpraatloa .ddr M say AjsL, "
jackal an adversary whose cooperative Three .
tactics and keenness of scent make J. D. BAHNEB..A. t. O n. Pass. Agtut., BT.'AXTOUSTJLHB.' TXJUDEIJOIT Elegant Trains Daily

flight unavailing and have led the caprns F Seaboard New York Limited

.to the conclusion that under certain I r ____ Seaboard
Express Seaboard Mail
circumstances valor may be the : t
+' better part of 'discretion. The yelp of tpydl4, J' MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT'

an approaching hprde of Jackals Is OF KWWRKCWFLAND

therefore a signal for Instant rally on
the part of the goats. The nannies Doors 'Sash; toL.f-1,0
crowd around their kids and the bucks Blinds ''Mouldings SDURO For full information and Sleepef reservations! call on any agea

'rush forward en masse, butting away CM/CA Seaboard, or write
qtr,I with a rage that lays out a yelper at -AND- A., O. MACDONELL S. CCBOYLSTON

t'; every spring and makes the survivors BuildingMaterial, Ass't Gen. Pass Agt. .Passenger Agei.
stand back howling and cowering. C Jacksonville Florida.a .
y ,
CHARLESTON, S, C.

--- 61F"; Largest Factory South. St muss. D rttr foN

.;: Coughs, Colds and Constipation. Send for Prices. t

'. Few people realize when taking cough Lou hiJTFOLJ(
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," medicines other than I'oley'.11oney and .
', Tar that they contain opiates which are FoLEnIlONEYANDTAR f yCITY' s
; constipating Sesides being unsafe
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especially
t; for children Folev's Honey and ferohUdnai faff turm JTo ..>
," Tar contains no opiates, is safe and sure
nd will not constipate. Sold by Dimick
s' & Riegel. 1.
J. M. M. BROCK
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Cure. Blood Skin Troubles Cancer '
Blood Poison. Greatest Blood Purifier Contract* for Stone. Brick andWooden > ion ;uaPrr.BURL I ,
Free. Bulldlngn.General "0r
'
,,,1, If your blood is Impure, thin difeas- Foreman Work Solicited.Poatoffice 451t row ,

ed, hot or full of humors, if you have Box: 195 PALM BEACH
blood poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating 84z
sores, scrofula eczema. itching, risings bgycUr
and lumps scabby pimply skin; bone %L
i. pains, catarrh rheumatism or any W. ARTSON Foe a I Cs
?
blood or skin disease take Botanic k
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Blood Balm (B. B. B.) according to TAILORINC- SMOOTH RUN pTriWeekly
r directions. Soon all sores heal, aches
and pains stop, the blood Is made pure In All Its Branches Jr.$ .
.
and rich leaving the skin free from SOUTHERNRAILWAY

every eruption, and giving the rich glowof PRESSING, CLEANING,
I. perfect health to the akin. At the
i same time B. B. B. imjf ovri the digestion DYEING AND REPAIRING
cures dyspepsia -iiKthens weak c2IYYVJLL
kidneys. Just thv medicine for old people Shop on Olive St. West Palm Beach To C%_

,I.i, as it gives them new rigorous --- -_.. -. WASHINGTON. NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and i .... ... .'...'1' .. ;:;;'
blood. Druggists, Ir per 'largo bottle,
with directions for home cure !Sample and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C. Sailings. Between

i 1'.' free Balm and Co., Atlanta prepaid n.by.. Ie'writing.:r.I.e Blood trOUt I KIDNEY DISEASESare CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE LAND OP THE.SKY" JACKSONVILLE ,, NEW YORK

,,; ble and special free m.'diotl 1 mivice! also The NORTH and WEST. || "The Calling Charleston 8.C., both _Y.. .
..
: sent. in sealed letter. U.! B B. is especially !. 4-5 Sapphire Couriiry. i ij THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN 'THU COASTWISE
SERVICE
the most fatal of all dis ;
advised for
,, chronic deep-seated
He.t D..I.ft ..
Dt lm
Car TILE
f' case of impure blood and skin disease, eases. ?....1_..a c... 9_wft.). i CLYDE NEW ENGLAND A.ND'SO. TU.EUN LINES
and cures after all clue fails On All Train. "*"*,.. &P.'t. \ Direct BcnHce Be tweet. _.

KIDNEY CURE III SOUTHERN: RAILWAY. H. P. ..... JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
( --- -- ----- FOLEY'S CART. Blares .n..r A.e AND ALL EASTERN
I 6uarantndRintd/ loa W. Day Street. JMUCWTIU.I, FLA, POINT.C.libg .
i Notice of Stockholders' it Charleston
Meeting.The
both
W.A. TD.... r. t. M..Wuhlntlon. D. C. 8. H. HA.Dwle. O. P,A, W..h...._ R: ,C. MKMI.WKEKC.Y!: ways.
W... H.TATLOI. A.O. P.A., Atlmnu,Ca. -\ Southbound 8A1UNO8. '
.
annnnl' mevtlnic nt the Stockholders of or money refunded. Gantalru ...... ) Northbound; .- '- From.Lew'is' Wharf Boston
The Fruit and Vpgatahle Grower AMHocla- remedies recognized by eminent ---" ,, From foot of .Catherine Street Jacksonville.
flan of Di'lrnjr, Florida, will be held l at the I IA ,
.H4Mlatlon' packing bourn office, at 7 p. m physicians as the best for CLYDE, ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

"r uary,1004.on the drat Monday (the fourth
i !Slltnod.! W. D. HIIBIIMAN, PRIM boa ana JUJO.BO BIIDDEDLargest Stopping at 'Palatk. Astor St. Francis Bere>I0rd (DaLand) and,,
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Secretary IntemedlatiitaadlBas on the St. John
WTer._
----- Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palm, 'Phyllan' Steamer .CITY "

'" ----- YEARS'EXPERIENCE thus, etc. All pot grown. Full Line Citrus'' StOCk I. appointed to sell OF.JACKSONVILLE,
as follows;
on High Spruce Pine Land. Address L..v.Jacuonvllle. .
grown Sray Tuesdays .ad:Thaw
daT"3'311 p. 111. Returning.._ Sanford
FOR SALE. .
Monday. .
Wdaesday. and Frida7', PJII; 111.
JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach Fla. southbo dews 'BebsdWa
...." 'Northbound

1 Les". 3 gopnt .....' .. ...- .. .. .. ...x80NII.I.It.. "... ..... .... aneS .p.
1k k Valuable Lake ., pm...... .... ......... ..., .P.U..t.KA....... ...... ..........r..Arrival. ....Lca..S..pm a sin
,w S 00.111 ............ ............ .
... .. ... .'TOR ...................r.. ... ?.'.... '" alopm
:' e-lism. ;:...7.............?r.PI. FRANCIS........ ..... .
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Front Property TMADC Daeloric: Masse We Ship Quick ,Always in Stock .. ...n. ........ .... ......BRP.EBFORDDtI.AND)."" ........Ntst,...... ...,.. : i*lapin oon'n

f COPVNIOHTS AC.Anyotm Arrt... 3O.m..w..n. -..........?i.. ......aAMPJRD.a......;.......... ...... .... '..
; 'tendlnir". :' our Mketeh opinion: and fre ctaMrlnilon* whntli.r ma an f haunch 1e00un................................ENTEAPAIBg;................a........._,".wr ""toooameneral 9 :loam

Not fur from City limits beau In..e"Ton In prnlmblv pntentfibm.HANDBOOK common Supplies Passenger and ;Ticket
"lloninrrlotlroniiOdantlal.free. .., trspoem.on PManuut Office. 204 W. Bay St.,,Jacksonville

lully'located{ aud well adaptedfor Hriat PaMute' nolle, with.fi'ut.8henta: : :'la theme nottlT. AUTO SPARKERS GENERATERS . ,

a comfortable home all the Scientific Jlm rlan. EDISON LeLANOE BATTERIES DRY BATTERIES W. G.P.COOPItrir:M' JRO.Ml'I'GRI&. Freight, 01.An..A.PI, G..I P.w Apt JOt Wert BaT 8t,Jadk.onvtlla rla.
_'GOt 0' ,C.l'. Wv eLL,Sup'.
round. A hnnrtimmefr lllnrttntttM w....ltl,.. IAT.T***dtvcnlntkm SPARK COILS WET BATTERIES A, 0. ITAORRTY' Oeni nasvn ...ROIf.a... Art.a&'eet. New, Jacket/n.tlle CLYbN Ftorlda' "
q. 'tok.
year any.olentlflo Inurnal. Term, ISy TIUGU U. IlGM1t, : MIL Oen'I Fa+t Apt, H.Y'
1 earl .,l': mtb.,91 tkjild by al n wde.l r What do you need P (ie.eral M..lII'Ir. .WJI. P. ULYLm a eu,

Fruit Trees andPineapples MUNN & Co 8 6'B"** .'. New York We have It!1Don't C..brol1.. Buihlln,w 8tati .treeNew! Tork, .U.asra$Agents I

on Place Brunch o.. a F SU Wuhlurtoa.C. let your launch II. Idle.

-- -. Write as-r-WIre us-Come toi:_: ..

Write Box A '. TAR ". FLORIDA ELECTRICAL COMPANY SUBSCRIBE

if Tropical Sun Office fOLEnilONlYAlU 'FOBTHE, ; iSB.

+ .. West Palm Bench, Fla Cure. Cedar Prevent PoeimiMd ':a,. 31 33 ,W For.yth.5t.. 'JACKSONVILLE.FLA .
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'f Reception To .I>t. Pafhel; A Costly Accident. n. -- 'u _.. ___ .. ._ ._ --- -. '- '

II) and Mrs> s> D Paine are now An accident which occurred 150r10fa 0t10110k1011071011 o'ga0SIl0SIt0I.OYO k10k10110110 h.OA/OtgO110110kbil O11K '
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I}JL1rf!, | m Melbourne and MCPtlonr have; \4vtdeut-to Pensacola navy. yard Friday afternoon the I Bargains in deal Estate f yAt ,. '-.

!Lflrt*\lh a cordial Judge badly damaged both the naval floating '"" i '

7111I01) (the], following -fitntf' the Melbourne dock stationed at that place. 5 '
The
Palm
Beach West Palm Beach
'faei of Saturday: ,: workmen were taking out the smaller GRUBER : :

"A very pleasant occasion was furnish.; dock on the large one, recently brought S and Vicinity of Lake Worth i -iff
I red the ladle ot> tbe ;:Congregational from IIuana and repaired .
br at
"
a of 11
coat
'j; :! on Wednesday. evening, when ,*75.oco, when the blocks slipped:, the X room modern house and grounds, 5 minutes'!; walk lrom N i

':',they tendered a reception''. to Rev. ,and .mall dock: faUing and Crushing through g Hotel Poinclatta..i..M; .'....;::.,..' 130,000'' g .

{')//II. 9. D. Paine, The gatherftsa took the pontoons and otherwise damping I I 4, -story modern cottage, 66 ft lake front, near I'oinoiaim 10,500 2 -:-::", .

'i (e at Hotel Carleton' ; which was he big dock. The sccMenl occurred 300 ft lake front, running; through t.o :ocean, fine building:; 3

'"ludI opened at the'diapoaat of the just alt the water was pumped from the .; : ,:.?. ;;2,000 i
lUlulfor\ the",vea llg. The rooms were big dock, thus placing the weight of the o MlI.lJltlapanUottageu.t UypolukbBeaohVurniebed complete 2,500 5
'trimmed ;with'' 11:181: ;' while a smaller one on the blocks. JI o Lot, (In the business It "
,uitlly An effort part qf West Palm Bench, rare chance l',100, oJJ To be Given
of roses proved that the was then made {
number to pump the 825
acres Awayj
| for the the small water from Pineapple Land, Dear West Palm Beach station 7,000 a
Anally cold weather" season dock,
so as to float 10
\ : Melbourne. Tbe and It, but the 0 acres land with 8 acres bearing pineapples, 2 acres covered 1SOO:: J
barm to pumps pipes
lid done no were too
badly Injured g 140 acres pineapple land, % mile went Ilypolnxo. 1,400
lorM well .filled Wiitl4 the guests to accomplish this re.ult. The Jf
>,kG came to greet Mr. and Mrs. Paine. engine and two naval tugs were steam brought fire r g 80 acres pineapple la.nd'l mile north of Doynton.............. 800 ifft _j

I Jce ream and cake were aervI into use and the water pumped Bearing orange grove at Gomez, ;J.,000 trees near station!! 5,000 v 'iii'
ptllcloua out, the i
I plio the dining-room. Some good smaller dock being towed into the basin. 2o a i

I !Mile.*a'f urn iahed/bjr MilS Spangler, It is estimated that the damage to the I SHEEN'S REAL AGENCY x
ESTATE
I Ferguson and'Mnii. Stewart and Spanish dock will be about |i2cc3: 1CKOOM o : t .
Lulling was lacking to-wake'the affair a while the injury to the smaller one will 0' 0 Finest
1, NK\V: JliFFRKSON .
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Ltuaat I Incce a." / N reach several thousand dollars. o BLOCK
West Palm Beach la. No
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..J How to Prevent Croup.; Fancy Indian River Oranges for tbe *. COIUS'rOCI<, 1'1 onager, o

I -.Ji t will be good uews'tTthe mothers of holidays shipped direct from our groves f NOTARY PUBLIC 4 Cook Stove + .
I will children to learn that croup can or to be had at our store here. 0W "
Send
Elfr! prevented.! The first sign of croup is 0 STATE OF .
1 your friends a box for Christmas FLORIDA. AT'' LARGE K
two before.the and
neness. A day or ate -
k tbe child becomes hoarse. This la. New Years Faber Bros. ia.3o a onto'EoROko.toKOKOROao.toROROMoKoMOStokoStoabKO.to.toKo.to oM I t
.ed' by a peculiar cough.: Giveumberlain'a i ---

I M tbe child Cough: become Remedy hoarse freely or aaI For estimates on plumbing work, call with Reservoir, fully nickeled ;and'alum- \ '

I IIIO mo ABSTRACT
I BII til till way dispel all danger-and all symptoms anxiety of croup.maybe In pany. It ; inumized, to be given away by' M. .E.I, ,1. .', ...

n
jibmtonda of mothers 'and baa 'never (lonaire, has been rescued in the mount. MIAMI FLORIDA Gruber. Every, cash purchase of $1.OO ':,,
ken known to fail. It Is,, in ;fact, thesly sins near Bristol, Ten. The desperate U U-
t remedy that can always be depend-
|d upon and that Is pleasant and safe to bandits who were his captors were surrounded P. L. FAY, Manager, Miami gives you a chance. This is no toy, .but :I-

I tike For Sale by ali( druggists and In their den, and a fierce fightwu'waged. (*EO. G. CURRIE, Local Agent at West Palm Beach '
I wticlne dealer '- It is said
,.. that Went I is a ,
physical and mental: wreck. i Furnishes Abstracts to all Lands In bade County ; makes Plats, draws :

Bjr IB almost unanimous vote, ChlcaIpwaj -- Deeds, etc. SOMETHING SWELL

selected by the1 t Republican del Fancy Indian River Oranges for the '. 1

!,!tent Washington ,as .the place for holidays shipped direct from our grovesor ,,
'holding of the great Repablican na- to be had at our store here. Send West palm ]l3eacb '
\JIrginIa _
Ijonal: convention which will convene on your friends a box for Christmas 'and FloridaNICELY' <
1'we,' lilt, 1904. Pittaburg; and St. Louis New Years Faber Bros, 12-30 1 .
|me rivals of Chicago -- 'SITUATED ON CLEMATIS AVENUB
....._ '. I
t Better Than
a Plaster. All Modem Conveniences ,Rates $10 and $12 Per Week
i glass or two of water taken half an A piece of .flannel dampened with J 6RUBER.
linr before breakfast wilt usually keep Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on Open About December 1st, 1903
lite bowels regular: Harsh cathartics the affected parts is better than a plas< L
|amid be avoided. .When a purgative ter for a lame back and for pains la the
MRS. A.
L. HAUQH
needed, take Chamberlain', Stomach side or chest. Pain Balm has no superior Proprietress '
lad Liter Tablets. They are mild and as a liniment for the relief of deep-seat
(tulle In their action. tor sale, by aU.ugltilts ed, muscular and rheumatic pains. For
and medicine dealers. sale by all druggists and medicine deal
_. C,5. Beautifully Located" .
.. Park :: ,

| Goodwin\ the : oue actor was Chicago and the Northwest are expe. Cottage on Lake \Worth ,
-
eiaualyinjured Saturday l an antomoiccldent rienclug a terrific blizzard.

( on the Brooklyn, bridge.. -'S. Rates $2.00\to $3.00 Per Day. '

," J The Best Prescription for Malaria Special Rates For the-fieason '

A Frightened.Korea Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's BROADWHLL i & MOORE
|\caning like mad down the street dum-
MRS IDA B. BRUNER Proprietress
at the occupants, or a hundred other'ents Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron ,
and in tasteless form No
are every dayoccurreuces. It quinine a
.1Ioo'et everybody to have, a reliable cnre, No pay. Price 50 cents. .

abe laklen bud's and Arnica there's Salve none:as good Burns as, your paper I "tt''f""I"'r"'r"r" " " "ttrtanrnrnrttritrttrninntrnrfG" ;,, ;" $ DRUGGISTS t

Ha*tores, eczema and piles disappear The label shows to you :- ; Invlts the public to call upon them and aee their new line of ,
Ipcty\ under its soothing effect. 25c at what date your subscription is paid. ::=; DROP IN AT == Drug Sundries, Pocket Books, Pipes, Cigars and
III drug store. The Tropical Sun would be glad to have :
..... t ..
I -----a. all arrears settled promptly. tf : DIMICK & Fancy Xmas Stationery '
The(allot man in the world I. Mach. -- --- ; RIEGEL'Sr 1
l
|a" ,Russian. He )s at, present the Everything pertaining to canals these We'have one of the finest displays of ; y a

ma popular lecf societies and well o/Europe known ;man Recenti in alj. days seems to be of interest to the American 1= Prescription Pharmacy. 3 v> Bristle Goods; Soaps and Perfumes '"

,
( citizen. The being'givento t
attention -
| party, given Ier' Berlin ,by .the the Panama canal project has prompted :: .. c ever brought to the city, .' ,
1
'incellor of the emplre, ount von == THEIR PRICES''ARE RIGHT == '
)
for the Regarding Prescriptions and the ofi.
dispensing
HJ
the Washington correspondent : '
slow, the ladies all vied with each == THEIR GOODS ARE RIGHT ::: '
Chicago Record-Herald to present aoweinteresting Drugs we would like to call attention to the fact
11'10 be near him, to touch.him, to == THEIR LOCATION IS RIGHT ==
tlo facts with respect to the a that both of us are REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ''
him, and .to look up at' hIs E THEIR MANAGER RIGHT
This
gbl'<, He is 10 feet Inches tall world's ship canala. correspondent :: CALL'AND YOU WILL BE RIGHT == and that we personally attend to the dispensing of '
r says that there are nine of these canals

A Timely ; now in operation, as follows: i. The 'iilillillI1'li'I'Ji"i1iil'11' '!" '11li"ll'I"illl1"ll1i'ill1'Jl1" .' '. everything in that line. r'' '

i-1,-f .Suggestion,' Suez canal; begun in 1859 and completed PALMS BLOCK WEST ,PALM BEACHMf
15*" the season of the year when the in 1869. :a. The Cronatadt and St. ,
went ind
[*her<*>PPly careful of Chamberlain's housewife repien-Cough .Petersburg canal, begun In 1877 and Solicits the '

IS?'' Jl u certain' to be needed be. completed in 1890. 3. The Corinth .ca' The City I Bakery Bread trade of : .r' t
!w winter is over. and letioTts are nal.* began in .1884 and completed in r

eo I It is kept atmhandnand;satisfactory gireo'a. 1893. 4. The Manchester ship canal WIl-, the Merchants along: this section, ,of the East Wm.M. Itrown, PnwldanER.liMcL'urmlek i t/lM

i before completed lii 1894. 5. The Kaiser Bay' Biscayne 0' Vlra-l-rmlilont..... ;
de
hubecomesettledinthelysand ; In liana canal connecting tbe Baltic and .Coast. Shpping' facilities nrst-class.; asrSifi'ffAtiw-. -1 a t

every instance a severe cold may North seas completed in 1895 6. The ,
West Palm Beach FloridaDade
.allled off DOBBINS &' QUIGG Prop's )i ,
I by takiog lhe remedy Elta-and Trave canal, connecting the ,. "DQIAMI 1

,,mId,:u J appesrs.won as the There first la indication no danger'of in North Sea and Baltic, opened in 1900. !\ Capital $50,000 .: II IIi

a tai( ? substance. is' Ontario. 8. and The
It pleasant to Erie with'Iske 9.
I-hntl-adults ft and children-like it. two canals, United States and Canadian, t; ; ,
aud you will get the best.' It all"orid respectively connecting Lake' Superior County
"CUres.
For isle
by all druggists '
.
lJedir.iae dealers.: \ \" .' with Lake Huron. I Florida'jJk"I. oDROKoROItOK01tOK01tORoRORORORnil0it0i10it0iI0UO71o7eoi107 oi1ax
,
', West Palm :Beach, f '

Is sending two, million boxes: : A Costly Mistake. J \ t i G. Strohm Company i /
sometimes' expen'slve.
Blunders are very ,
r warn to r
market,.,and''tbe>;'*tuir i is Occasionally life Itself is the price Stock : '.1 ,
$15,000 O OI
satisfactory/ pricel{ 'I 1 the fcrowF of a mistake, but you'll never be wrong Capital "
F n the Florida's -are fonnd In if you: take Dr. King'a New Life Pills for a '
P"l. there Is practically'no sate for dyspepsia, dizziness, headache, liver or ,Surplus. $1OOOO I FAMILY GROCERIES I IG.
gentle, yet '
PWlfornia's or those imported. bowel troubles. They are \ ':. '. 0 ,
at all drug stores.The 1 o
--.:....-, ::. r ,thorough :asc "OFFICHRlfl 1 DIRJCCTOR3IR.N. n
Dimlck. president R. N. Dimlck Oeo. W TjilnhnrtOeo.W. F Fancy Food Products 'j ,'
Coughing Spell Caused: Death. Potter, vlce-Presldent R. B. Potter K. M. Brcl.foiU ,
0...,. I. Branninif, C.ahler ,.0...". W. Potter W.H. SylUerII. .
karat'td Dackwel1; 'aged .5 years, Happy Days A. MuKulit AMl Unt Onhltr '.lieo. ... Branniurf' o 0
to
_bll bome death, In early the'ptaeD,yesterday e of morn-his OPEN FROM '9:A. M.'TO (K: M>" o Grain and Provision. Y.. I ;

Pifi.'ull child 1141 contracted,a slight A general Ninklni bunlncM tf.n acted.. COllectlnna promji tljr'r d."''" and paid but little! Are Near f of receivl. Draft.bought nod sold on the principal citle.in ynitHJOIR .... site Bt .en, \
'
!elzedItb un 10 it. Yesterday, morning, ; ,'be ( BAFT: .:SOXES : : ,; &EN"'T': i 1sttt

iQacd a 6t of coughing which A AwAAAAAAAAAAAA o O'It
for VIja AAAA
and A1J AWLVAA&/W .
lror. smethuS.:.Uiawife Christmas YBeach .
physclan but before he could West Palm Florida.- } .ro .:
,.
aaother ,- '
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tt'
< O'
: on New YeavrWhntrnenioriescling -t-I9\

wuts IIaekrell.. C'obe-DemocraW' diedhfromYiaHocrtttton.- them. CITY )MEAT MARKEii.I oRO>rohoieolsoksOktoaokoyoaofeoi5. :. ..(..\alO"O taoil0ieoy07107.oaeoirole0tao.r. ; :;.'. '4
'\ 'Dec. i, ,! tQ ,...
Ballarda; ,
Horehound

J have saved' ?eUtn.'" a5oi. il,*.Syrup"; and Do not forget your friends, 1 Florida 'and/Wesfern* <6 JIwi6, *t'o4ltryOaate''atid*: ,:" ;'':ggJ.! ... v "

.'' -.... "\ Mail Order Rec T.iv?. Careful Attention.
-- .-. 'old but como end >
young. or ,, Reliable''anctSatisfactorya\ R
the Cough sad Work. off the; Cold ok'oyerouretock select Jefferson Block' WEST; .PALM:'BEAOH ; '
lr+
J e Bromo bnToidi'TabieU / .. ,

I 11 one day.. Na cur. __No.pay t Sc. .''something. from our carefully -- ,\. 'J. ,,', .r --r--- .. ,.,....,..-.- The Americus .FertUizers'HN:
r

save Yori'lYoiieid' ; .,,. selected Elegant and Artistic'! : LAKE 'WORTH: .BOAT WORKS, ,. i :<: ;; ;

date OD Ijolfilay Roods Largest and stt/'T .IMJHE,.,'Proprietor. I 'Jt* Pineapple 6rungs -"""
thelabel'or your papers.snbacrtbers. / Vegetable.. l; ruit and Vine, Tree' ,Jilarsery Mock anti.Strawberry. .: .
ion'i 0Q jest to what [f>n9 ,''your:.nub finest stock town. Launches,. Yachts, Sail and Flab' Bonta,' Bow Boat*: 'r.nd' binghy. : ,,' Trices'on. application.Aent .: ._ r.v-r \' ., '

lee but been Pald'fAI: Built to Or1er..qverballed..Rel') (red of Hauled Out.. / l' ... 'B.M:. y .. '- ., ,
.
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that I
u.
date I. ,.
IDNER .
ithiI r their oOice reunttanee eballged; and should after .G. .W.. & SON: l .18"tfl'' f/Q..addraeaNST, \PALhi"J3FQCEi.x : : : ... J1..Y!.. -.( AmericnaAgricnltnrnl. .:,, .Ch, IU..C'J. /Wcat... ,I'. \.' "c; ; j y1"'.{> \I.' n
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ti 6 TU; TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLQBIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1903 i

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SHOE EXCELLENCE. .


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i,, In selecting our! shoe stock, we have diligently.sought fir ONLY THE: ; OUR SHOES ARE

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BEST. Here are our selections. It will certainly' pay. you ,, to see them beAT. HOME ,IN EVERY .:

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1' fore ,buying. elsewhere I C : .4,. X C'; X -'.. -C ,,....,C Lx: .' HOUSEHOLDHigh ..




i. Grade High Grade Best School Women's and Best. Shoe ,



Shoes for Hen Shoes Women Shoes on Earth Misses 'Sandals on Earth I

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.Florsheim for all-round service
Little Portsmouth
Queen Quality .
.Lewis A. Crossett Samson for everybody, ,

Hathaway Plant & Marks' Line Line HAMILTON BKOWN


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The Palms Block West .Palm 'Beach:

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'. BIG HOTEL OPENS STATE QFCITY'S NEW SCHEDULE arrives here at 8:35: and leaves for the kOkokokokokOkOkOkOkOkokokOkoOoooOOkookoOkdko fit ." a
north at o'clock.
9
i TOMORROWRoyal FINANCES NOW IN EFFECT The night express, train No. 98, arrives J. B. M'GINLEYpuberal i

at 9:55 and leaves at 10:30: p. m.
No bc'.her chaurpss are likely to be
Poinciana Will Throw Open Official 'Report Authorized for PUb-: On the Florida .Coast Railway made until the fast flyers are put' on between I Direetor a

t Its Doors for the 1903-4 lication by the Finance Com Times of 'Arrival and Chicago and New York and' Jack ]

..Season.t mittee of Council.At Departure of Trains.Beginning son vme. oA1'1b
I .i FAST FR IGIITS.

,' The 190.1 tourist season in Palm Beach the regular meeting of the City yesterday morning at 12:01 For the information of local mer E1VIBf.lUVIE! i ifit
begins in earnest tomorrow with the chants It be added that the fast 0
Council held last night, the following may
o'clock, a change went into effect in the
,v opening of the' argest hotel in the world, official statement, prepared by the finance time thble 'of the Florida East Coast freight from Jacksonville! timed to ar. Picture, Frames 17lwning i
The Poinciana. rive in future and the
; Royal committee of the council, was accepted at 12:15 a. m.
fit. 0
,, December 17th is an unusually early and ordered to be published as Railway, the first of the 19034.season. : northbound freight from Miami anij Intermediate CQattFess-fllakft.cf'
date for the of this but it While no new trains have been added' 8 Upholstering i ifit
opening: hotel showing the financial' condition of the points, at =40 p. m.
on the through rnn.between Jacksonville .. ... o
made the of
\C was necessary by burning city np to date: --
Store on Olive Street in Anthony Blocho
and Miami the.time of every train ,
fv/. The Breakers, which in past ,seasons, December 15, 1903. '

',' was always the first to open its doors, To the lIon. City Council: has feature been to changed.be considered There in is connection also a new L. W. BURKHARDT J>. O. Box.432 West Palm Beach, Florida a aokokokokokokokokokokakokokokokoKokostoetcatokokokokokok

and that, on Christmas Eve.
We, your committee, find as follows; with"the schedule and that is all
Fred arrived \ new IS THE CHOICE
Manager Sterry Monday,
..
Real estate due for ,
taxed 08
< year 18,194.10 trains both north and southbound, have
,. .. .
and since,then he has been busy superintending Personal 1,160.77
,
times of arrival and
special at departurefrom
the thousand and one details Occupational < 3.16O.BO fjontiniiad from Yap: 1.
}: that have to be attended to in connection Fines and lorfutturen for'WB,mtlm'd 1,200.00 West Palm Beach.: This has been Everybody's Column.
r made necessary by .the locating of the her 9th, from Mr.Geo.. M. Robblns who
with
'. preparing such an enormous .
:4,\, building for the reception of guests. Bonds against the town not 17,7115..21 new passenger depot in the Y at the west represents the town 1n the suit of Rey .
( payable SIRJKINBROTHERS
::' Only a week ago everything in the hotel this year..........J3.OOO.OO end of the Lake Worth bridge.' All nolds & Hull vs. West Polm Beach, in MONEY. TO LOAN.. ,
,, was in a chaotic condition, but the well- Intercut on bond, at 6 per cent..,.. UOO.OO southbound trains now stop at the north which he says: ": am in receipt of a :' '
16 troot lbrhtd..... 1400.00 walk before crossing to,Paln11Beach so CC. CHILLINGWORTH HAS
"
directed efforts of a large corps of employees letter from Major Abrams asking me to lend on real estate, "
la
Bank
t Unpaid warrant (Itemiaedatatemeut
;",, have resulted in nearly every attached)........... l.eil.ll that passengers for the city are}not compelled what arrangements we 'are making fcr Good applications desired.

thing being: in readiness for tomorrow. I Salary City Marshal.......... ..?. 720.00 to cross the lake and back' again settling the Judgment in the Reynolds Dressers to Men
/;', The beautiful hotel grounds and gar. Clerk...*..?. 480.0O before leaving the trains. ;Similarly{ & Hull case without necessitating any LOST. ,
... ..._ trains the
', Scavenger 780.00 northbound at south
atop
; dens, sadly marred by the September N action on the bond. Kindly let me CENTURY PURSE, CONTAIN-
.:\, hurricane, have been almost restored to'' City guard Department of prlaon.ra..v(|t<>.0.pr ae). USO.OOFire 1 0.OO walk for passengers to getof ;. On :'retiaralns know what I shall reply." I have answered XTi Ego: paper"money., Suitable reward -

their former glory through the efforts of Sinklu&mood for bood..N.... SSO.Oe! ; tram Palm Beach aH !trains' drew' this latter by saying that I would if retarnad to City Bakery, it

'. the head gardner, Wm. Fremd, and the' up in front of the new depot on the meta lay the matter before the City Council FOUND
"'Y visitors from the cold and 0,241.11 line so that passengers outward; bound: Let Us Suggest
1 r blustry North at its next meeting, and I would like to
do have to leave the shelter of the FOLDING K 0 D A K. OWNER'
not
7,716.43 .
will find much to delight and please the 0,341.11 have you discuss the matter and instructme << A can have by proving' properly and
')(!, eye. I station. what to reply. paying for this advertisement. A. S. Something appropriate for the
Balance.-.. .......... The train schedule Is follows
it 474.81 new as- : Botsford city dil-tf .
? Early as fs. Mr. Sterry has booked Mr. Branding of the Dade County .
time when
1 Season the
Lena tUOIJ collection already mind Holiday. ;
; several for the opening, but of .
guests
SOUTHBOUND has
old TRAINS. State Bank suggested that we adopt WANTED.
by Council toward defray- \
!
,\ \','' the course Christmas the real holidays rush will are not over.begin until The fOil/ 1OO3 eipimneB..................... 1OO7.28 Train No. 99, the early1 morning ez the coarse of Brevard county.-instancedby TO LEASE SMALL CAT yon like*to look your, best.

"; 1903-4 season gives promise of being Estimated tml.for the ....... MOT.O8: press, arrives from Jacksonville at'6:10: the following resolution! passed,at a WANTED a month or longer Geo.S. There is nothing dressier than
I'c. one of the most successful ever experienced y. a. m, and leaves for points south at 6:4: ; recent meeting: Garth, at The Palms. dl2-at
e Very respectfully aubmitt, MONARCII PATS, at $4,
in Palm Beach. a. m. "Resolved, that the Indian River State four
... (Signed) M. E. GRUBBB, FURNISHED .
\ ROOMS
:, -- The evening mail train No. tg, arrives Bank,of.Titusville, the Brevard County TO RENT.NEATLY "the patent leather' shoe that

.tK, CHRISTMAS TURKEYS-And all Finance T. D. C..Com MORRIS mitt,ee. 9 p.at m.8:25: p. m.. and leaves for Miamiat State Bank of Cocoa, the Bank of Fort FURNISHED ROOM, ON 'twon't break through.*'

1'' that goes with it-Cranberries, Celery Pierce, the Planters' Security Bank of street. Bath. Apply Box '.
'..1 p Jellies, especially for the occasion, at NORTHBOUND TRAINS.. JensenFla., and E. P.-Branch, of ''Mel 346 city postoffice. ,
r; Faber Bros. 13-30 Marguerite Cigars at Hillier's. Train No. 78 the morning express, I > r.-..
JL, bourne.. Fla.. are hereby- appointed. fiscal HOUSES TO, RENT
_____ agents of the county of Brevard, and are I I

to discharge the following duties: They ANICELV FURNISHED SEVEN 'Then i
areto cash all warrants side( residence, five minutes : Again
_. )egal county

:{ Christmas ([Efyoticjfyts presented to them at par, taking assignments rent walk reasonable.from;Royal Apply Poinciana to W L -Met-Will We have the W. L./DOUgLAS
.
: thereof and the
] forthwithj>reseot calf. Weat Palm Beach Fla noaStf ..

same to the county treasurer for pay. FOR. RENT, ONE-HALF OF STOR1* SHOES ranging from fa 50 to
in accordance with
mentor registration
finished. Apply at City Ba shoe that ia\ absolutely durable
,, 5 ; .
chapter 5183, acts of 1903. 'When warrants kery- 14-tC' f
: .f A Few Serviceable .
I Suggestions are registered by the county treasurer and for .style''' and lit can
BUILDING ON BEST COR. \
: and returned they shall be present. STORE town W, I. Metcalf.. not be surpassed.:
t ed for payment within ten days after receiving "
'
: ;1 f A Knox or Young's Hat, $3 and $5. notification from the treasurer FOR SALE. ,

1 "'. that he has funds to meet the same. FOR SALE CHEAP. A: NINETEEN
Such' agents shall be entitled, as com launch, 3 horse-power' Palmer
"
;. v.,. .I ; A dozen I'E. & W.Collars, $2.75. ., *;.. pensation for their services, to charge engine.all', Point Nearly, Fla. new W., E. Rea-dea-im, Sew- We: Remind You

;.i. not to exceed 6 per cent per annum upon ..
.; ) Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $3. / the warrants cashed by them and ANEW PIANO. STAKR UPRIGHT Of our ':' and
SHOES
LADIRS';
w.nr registered by the county treasurer, from Box 25.. ,West Palm Beach.

the date of issue to the date of o yment.", Florida noe5-tf OXFORDS;;bee! :a1uel in .,the
Silk Umbrellas silver mounted .$2.5Oto *
,
'Iv ,By this means, tf possible, 'we might'''' PIANO TUNING L /I
I from
.JIllfi I J ., city $1.50Sirkin to E3,
t'edBe $6. have our warrants cashed but this bank I"
enJarnm f7>OR FINE PIANO AND ORGAN
J I
wants 8 ceat instead of 6. I would
per JL1
tuning address
L. B.Safford.
Silk Suspenders $1.25 to :$3.! West
recommend the suggestion .
MAKERS EWyoRK .to-th careful Palm Beach. Jj8-tf r
,;, Consideration of finance committee
; / Handsome Pajamas, $2.50 to'$5. ;' as We; are sadly in need of some methodto I I ,Bros.
JiSilk tee, and on motion of Aldermen Grier
extricate the city' from Its present Shoe
and The Douglas Stort
Psrrish
)It its
f strait. Respectfully submitted, was placed on first.

842 Silk Night Shirts, $10. ". .Gao. O. CtraaiB Major!:,. reading..The tax"and'license committee recommended Semlnolj! 'Block Wut Pjilm, BeacHVoice


t and Linen Underwear, $3 to $7, ;gar 'it was the sense of the council'' that that the taxes on contractors be
':
reduced from $2$ to $13. and the '
suit. I .. the ice-plant should an fcocnpation- Mine I'' -:
,per .- pay, was referred to the ordinance JODJmitI I .
:, < J.Benjamin's al tax at once and the electric light .
I "' plant just as soon ..it Is started.. tee..On \...........................
Clothing, $10 to' $20. Reynolds motion of Aldermen 'Potter and ': :
The & Hull
case was referred

\ ,
Parrlsh, the finance committee were in- :
4 I Patent Leather Shoes $3.50 to $7.Wt to the finance committee strncted to ascertain from the County :i: .Culture :s'
.. The mater of arranging with the bank; .
Commissioners too 'stains of affairs In '. ,
for the cashing or warrants as per the J .
regard to road tax is : .
: that due th tity.
I Neckwear in all the suggestion of ,the mayor ,was referred I "r: it<'. .Ar
popular shapesflh1prices -- 'The clerk. instructed to make ont ': VolcewCulfuFrencI : :
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to the finance committee for' their' con .. ...
(I' 25c to $3.i(2L'S' -.' sideration. the bills for plnmblag and ''turn .them, :. .
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(, over to the marshaHot collection. < I,: lr f Conversation :
The report of the marshal and collector > .
I If and motion of Aldermen The following bills were approved by : andc'PIano Instruction
was read, on :, :
i ( Newest and Best Stock Potter and Morris laid on,the table the finance committee'and ordered paid:I :.\ ., '.
W; WV Snell, for street lighting for .
until the next meeting. : :
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in ,the County. \ The fiotnae committee'.submitted. a November, $5. :. Hours'fO a J W.W. Hendrickson: chimney; ,,
: \ detailed report of the financial standing lamp : '. J :
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aj cents.' 1 V :S .. .
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of the This ,report was recelvedI
city. .
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C. Merrill, M. D..professional
ser. : Room 34'Jefereoa Blockp
I"t West Palm Beach I is motion was passed ordering! 'that vices, 13.. E -. .. .
t It be printed. ,It appears elsewhere in : I' ,MF
ANTHONY BROTHERS' Palm Beach' Standard Oil Company, $<). t | >
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Miami this. An Issued amendment;;, to Section ,i of 'Chap. vlcesi5.C. C. Chillingworth. professional. 'i Iser- ::F D /E9S: Rht. /,(

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if, I AM'ruoNr.. : SHOE, ARE: InLEIfT. .aLE:.lJII EI( "' .' ter 3'was offered for the"purpose of!:.ere-, Joseph Sandere'pl.mbtng;126,86.. '\ t t ,<-, ,,. ,. ,

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