The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00595
 Material Information
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 21, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00595
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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f't A CHRISTMAS SONG. --"nl-->W--annoyinj-- ,; Mow! There hagbeen theater Is the school of morals which 1 1s

1 t : }, Jqr. ". J some n(stake, mademoiselle. seconds those of the church. Our dramas Tll V)J.. V.Jr&Y.T'.d..V .Whidd n's Market
t t i t A lure bpoa a holly Wy.i Madeootselle,*" the called despairinglyto "are- simply"sermons put Into- ac- F
Sang _liT aj on Xmas day: Jeanne wbcJliad turned way with tion. There Is no pewtn! which virtueIs
i '' "Cuod uotior, oils. How do you dotmtrrw a majestic alr.-'ate, you sure that you not lauded and rice ana hypocrisy / Prepared to Supply
A Xniiitf. ml of our"Ye !
"\ :" ; rich je poor ye eld, jre young. hate not the cji soi-kV" scourged. An, It U a noble work, that Does Your StationerySuit with *-..;7"
EeurJ dune uf )ts jojoui tuajue.AuJ "Stamp!" sail! the I kBgbty: house of the comedian. In the eyes of those you
all sere glad to biart day .. keeper di daicfully.I who understand!" !
Ye bid upcu ye tolly era:. Good Meats at Living Prices.
1 And if you do fcvhcte ys true ,. '.;; 4. own the stairs! M. Artemon flew, "What a pity this Artemon, is not a You ?
.... Wt I have told h.:r,:m to JOt"? ,_ ,. four steps at a timo and rushed into preacher' thought 1L Lamier. fa ci- .... Pork
: Ye bird upon ve holly spray j- the'pret-nroorn, where the rest of the nated. "His large face; closely shaved : ,
< i Shall rowdy say to JTO today: MUll:1CY'r(' assembled.! His hurried with Its cheeks like a Dominican
:, "Good morrow, fne Jk1a. How do 111do!
.:. : Puce and gaud will to yours and yo ; nF.U\cle\ i Fit-Id. nation. his insinuating voice and speaking Poultry r:

r "My 'tr1t'n'}.," be exclaimed tragically gestures would be very effective for really neat roan is so puticularabout(, as Eggs.

'the posters mint be changedor good. .
I .- ; the iteifonuance; postponed. I cannot Among us I dare to say there are r the quality and appearance of his Stationery. .
tt play the role of the Abbe Constantin many good fellows," continued Artfr, Native Meats a specialtyYour
: E rafterli liLamie tonight! mon. "United households good mothers Anti in very truth, it does proclaim!, his ,.
Solicited.Market .
I Patronage <<
): "Arteiaon." said a cavernous voice. of families good citizens abound
l mess neat and stylish!
as a fitting
NJ (assoc "what is the meaning: of this caprice? with us." I bUS'I un Jlanynii Street,
.. What of the box otSce! money the expenses He proceeded to examples.! Mile. clothes proclaims the man.- '
r _. a .;1 of the programmes end the advertisements Valerie a child of the stage: who was 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH.

: ? You know as wl'lllls I the support of her parents: M. and .< .j' ,
,. "Jeanne, "jouwill give nuts, red apples do that we are at the end of our resources Hocbaray.models of conjugal tenderness -
t and dried, j.kin:!..to Oclyuottc and ,and that our lost \"l'ntnre'a"l -one and all held tbetr heartsin It will, if it is ;: i j--"i' ':.', E.H.DLMICK,

Morean to
ones. Et l In smiU m-ulorutu' murmured tn my good fellows We play to- service or kindness to a comrade never furnished you by rf

; M. le IJere.i \\111)< then fc-snmed Uliht! !" %, refused to do a good work, a good action Palm ,
r the reading! of Ids brt>\lary. which had "I'.ut can jou not und r"tuld.1. .. ,-.
i been lUTerrnptwt by the numlwilebiipreparationsfor have not u ctt&sock!*';gasped the unhappy -. "Is an actor ever to be seen on the the right kind of a house, present a nice ap- "- Beach J
k the tote ot the following \rtemun. letting! his arms fall culprit's stool excopt for debt". said "
f" i day. Hi" trot; his sinvtacles anew with injection. the comedian bringing his warm panegyric pearauce and make a good impression, which <

t over the buokr closing UU airs in tola ; "Cannot a cassock be improvisedwith to a close. "It Is true we are, Drug
would l not be the if used shoddy J
to the Joj'cos. outbursts! which rang a black\ dress and a cloak of one for the most part roving grasshoppers, r case you

throughout tie 'place: ou this the eve of the ladies: ?" hazarded lIoell! ry. and grassbcppm have not any more r paper that was poorly printed. -Store.
t !: of the day so Lkss -d. Joy tilled tee air "The !lailteh: me much too hort amislight. chance today than they had In La'outainl"s ,

and troubled his! meditations! lie could !; ." groaned: Aitemou.. who rejj.ud time." Now while speaking of houses that are and Pcincisna .
Royal Pharmacy
not prevent his paternal: heart from la im tUip'j lots corpulency. The words were spoken with discouragement 1 ,

sharing In the !inuocout pleasures of ".\:. lor :,11:. I !o..e only the Figaro! owing; to the Immovability "right: ," we must not fail to menttonThe
the Hock over which he had watched costume, i'cruiiuu p.intaloi/ns and the of the cure. As he spoke the actor
and to which he had inmtstt-red for I black coal for Pieiiot and a flowered arose and brushed his hat with gloomy

more than SO years. morning gown" said the manager \pen- energy 1

Thlsyear: fur the first time in his sitly. ;; "Well. he sighed, "we alone shall Toilet Articles ,
life, the cure was to celebrate the holy "For boa\'D'II sake,' ladies aid us pass! a sad Christmas while all the -. Drugs ,

anniversary with a delight pods Inten&J, with your suggestunsVe! must play worM bt sI ll's'iII be blithe and hap

the piece at any cost." py. M. le Cure, pardon: me for having Fine Stationery and

.' _t The situation was critical for thc taken up so much of your time."
t I !.. poor artists, utitx.preseiit tour bad He turned toward the door. 4
a Tropical
= : 3 J been far from bUctt'' fuL The leading The old priest aroused himself. Druggist Sundries.
man then imposed to gallop at "Jeanne.: be called in aloud voice

Ji !rf full speed to the lU'ighltorin city but ful! of the exnltation of triumphant l'r<**< riptioiwrnrrfully( CompoundedEast

; .. this suggestion; not deemed pray charity. "bring me at one my new cassock -
I \. \1' ; tiw'bleVhat, !:!" -'Sun Coast BuMiiPi Soli<*ted.WKST .

) 'g..- .,, '-1J "\ is to be done? There !is not "..\.h. M. le Cure!" exclaimed the actor, a PALM HL'.U'U.l( <
t"Jt .: one garb of the nipmed kind among overcome by the unexpected success
1 the pioperties of this accursed hole" and pressing the priest's hands with ef F

1 i ,. rt'iieated Hochuiy to an outburst cflaxtent fusion.!
i t As Joanne entered with the cassock Which enjoys a well merited reputation for jj; THEDeSotaRestaurant

'I' 'iJ1'lt1' ;:; Siicldeiiiy rage.Aitemon struck his forehead upon h<"r arm In great folds the priest: r
I. \lt. furnishing high-grade work. TilE SUN has $
.:], i If t \'iullntllu,1 his! entire: bearing rebuked her for loitering."Xow :
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: ' { ".\h. my u-nds." be exclaimed, in silver! buckles. Run quickly! Why. a
15f. ( WHEN YOf WANT
I .,.....,}t 'Ai'! a voice full! of emotion "what a wHd snail would ?o as fast Is It not so, Coast, and. is better prepared now than ever
""' 4.f' .,;":t ':-' "t.3H:, tope1! So o much tll''lIrse. I will at M. Actor? And a hat also-you must A Good Msa!
i Comfortable
'_ \ or a Room
1 .. lIf.- ",, .v.' ..'. :! tempt the aduutuitIt! is our only have a hat""What before to meet all the requirements of the

o r iii"rif hope of MI hut luu." ?" slid Jeanne, shuddering.!
( ; .r la a few words he explained."Come "Are you going: to lend your clothes to trade in that line. OYSTERS TO ORDER.

I ..r to mv arms, ruy son": ex- the theater. M. le Cure-your new cassock i i II ii

F I II cia iw(1 M llochaiy, extending his -you, who will hold mass at mid- i I
I : "SUTTHEW, HAVE \OU MX C\.-:'oeF.Y" legs; vuth tnthusiasin.Vtd night"- High-grade Work ;! ANNIE! LATTIA1ER' Prop. -

a heart less light than usual Curl Irritated Arteuiuu ran off! to finish his "Truly. I do not ask so much." protected Cor. Banyan and
I and trmiutal his f..ieae U-nir," -.having to dos his black: frock coat .\rll' !Jun. confused while the Is the kind THE SUN does, h Poinsetta Streets West Palm' Beach

len(-e and chnkcrl his l'UnlIll"8I fur olid then dwelt! hu steps to the cure's. cure laid the cassock on his arm. "An 4 ,

others his forgiveuem! of wtoiisdoiu; ,: Happily for the actor. Jeanne was old casscck would serve my purpose.! I 4 '*=!l ------
Play actors were jnilu.l.ll''Iutlt"! thi- ab ..ei.t putting the last touches on the !beg/ that you will\ not deprive your and the only kind. We have found throughan
rectory at ,th howl da Ltaui>hiu at vbtucb decoiatioua i and it was one of self.; I 4 Geo. S. Hacker & Son
the other side t>t the ixiuauVv'hut a the chorus ciiildu-u who inuocttitly "What are you thinking; ?" replied M. experience extending over a number of
trial It had bitn for him! I For too opened the door ut the rectoi'y and iuUoduced Lamier.: "I'.I'I1<'ath the robes my cas- .

da>M they LatlTi-eu there Soul.iire Mil the vlMtor j| 9' tljji!: room. 'Ol'k111 not 11S whit your will I years that it pays to do this! for wen you

seemed as though sc-ized \.lIb a teur. where the good cure \Yi*> fcrMHwtM I., so to sat. tri&1 h. MIl frtnt > J4
At each corner uf the stnt-t many i-cl-l.I his dt'otl.ms.t the sight of this ai>- < were viewed It would be a pKy. 1 once get a customer he will stick, knowingthat -
ored postenvcic to lot'! Sl't'n. an,1 in The Able Coustantin must not call
paiition M Lamier: U-<-aa.e fixed upon
I what in done for him will be done KIGHT, f LtU*
of them'groujis of iH-ojilf iritliered.
front g his sent like a statue Ills good, ro.visigc. .--> forth ridicule. I ?
comiiientiEtr upDffth e sjH'ctacIo d ut usually so Ulin., was 11Ihllu b. "How cau we ever prove our gratitude and in a manner that will be both pleasing <,
the previous uigLt 01 that hfiaMcd fur ed to the roots (,t his thin white hair. ?" said the actor his eyes; actually'ilicd
the coming exeiuni: 'TLi- streets h'r'i! :'. autl IJ.I liistnctivey! he clasped his book! with tears and he reiterated his and attractive
as a rule were .1'M'rh..t' it o'clock 'III.Ro hen 1,1',Uot thanks! until he had crossed the threshold "t= p rAnd

were thronged: until attar: uiKlm.t Meuuvvtiile satau's instrument bowed of the door. ''6. tffi nMANCFArn'RERS
From end to tnd cf the little town UK- .iifeieutiailj"No. '. "My dear fellow" said the cure in i

merits of the rosiHvti pllt'r1'1'4' : M le ('\11.(.." he said; "it is not :.1 trt'ID"Uut'Ukl'; fearing; to appear that's the |

tallied of. almse. ask. Lend us simply jour to i deer: a price upon hU kin'!ness. ";:oas
A roll of drums read heard ."'ill'ai casso'L:' t quickly as (to;.,:iblo.! accomplish OF
the window and M Lamer P.III.I! ; I what have to do and return when
"My ta.ss.ock! gasped!: the Abbe Lamier you Cheapest after all. I Doors Sash
i his feet. Tte nasal voice of FHtix-r astiQiahed.uu wish my caa- performance is over to attend the I ,
Onesime. the imMkcrwr and gamekeeper sock'f''j midnight! mass. The good God will 1 r
was heard diMinctij! calL: I Blinds, MouldingsAND
)? "TLe oldest l :ml mot woruout In thus be satisfied! with you and I also.
i aloud in the same tone ah t.r! wotlhvman On this eveu'iu Artemon fairly '
your po.s-H>s!!!*tn. ou that you may have ; -I-I I Even though jou might be able to send elsewhere | -
ordlaanly invited tl.,' t'ittzensto biated with: euiotioas. surpassing
tlin.wn: asuU. Atusw.i basteaed to
kill the white wor'us or to Li'tzzK' their "If 5p his uetin,. i for and Building Material,
"sij 'I uin to they tonight: the role of your Stationery save 1 possibly
r dogs/ : When before the Illuminated !
gloriously -
the Abbt Coiistaiitli and I cannot CHARLESTON S C.l.tr
repsresent .
"Hot-hary Trpupi; Soula're 'lhitie few order to several j ,
11dlar,1.t..r without conformIng altar the good pastor extendedhis I a cents on an amounting
(Grain Market):' this euu:iii For tht: arms lovingly allow the crowd s Largest Factory South.
*e first time the great sun..-
Constaatin.! couted.v I'j' Luuie! lilt. lower
joy to puveivo. at the end of the
M. Laml.lnnlg\ from his n-aL delays" : occasioned in doing so and that if i- _.
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levy cf the Aradct'iiP Frant-a'se! !Metal aisle, among the workmen amiialoiers. -4 -
{)o jou think for a moimut. mon
Artemon of the .(.'!.ah'l..t.' will till.' the sleur," he said overt'ume by surprise a group of men andYoml'n mistakes should occur, you will have more or j/ The Dade County State Bank
role of the \bl. (V.!>tantia Mil anti with weary: faces and varied costumes ,
anger UllI' a that has
pru gown
f Valerie from the tJ..Ih.l'I of Brest, and! Sl rvfd at wonb111lhJ! to make: me the who bowed their' heads re- less trouble in getting them recufiel. West Palm Beach, Florida.
Al l'ria.'iII apix'ar! as ISottica! Tlu-
accomplice! of tJ.'Ssluful auiiisLmeut.s 1
usual prk-e of adwission"A |
nJl of wheels aunnunml the arrival ? Your ignorance= respecting holy Authorized Capital, $100,000. _
things and religion! U
of the Jil'ci) !<-"-. \\ lik b halted at your only excuse The Sun Guarantees <
the hotel opi GMtv. :and the pasm-nst"--:: '' d Paid Up Capital $15,000.
alighted with a great deal of noise, the "I'ardon roe. :M le Cure." continuedthe _
.n1 actor plight embarrassed! but not y Satisfaction f
women precipitating! ; th.: -;elres from OFFICERS: ;
Like. cloud the less lott-ruiiiied. "1t would I not be I
the interior a ot'asps. doaf- ,tom R14 E. N. VI/lICK, President.
I enlng the driver the first time religion Las! lent its aid to
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1 the diaiha. I>o you recall the celebrated U. D. HLNDRICKSON Vice-Prc&rdent.
"Late as II:*Uo1l. :MatthewTiero
I and is here at home, where it stands <
CEO. L. BRA N.NINC Cashier.
tujbtenes of the middle ? Moie- .
la my new muff? Matthew where t isTotor ages; ,
** much snical liorsejf" over I wu- ttlc'iitvl In a semiuary. ready: at all times and under all circumstances ft
Anrf Matthew, with his fat face ua I it v\s; ti.ete I \..IS 1 led to adopt the Office Hours From 9 a. m. to 2 p, m.

flushed aiul rained lu the eat laps of votntion tit actor !u playJa the role of to fulfill its contracts to the letter. If you !
GeneralBankiogBusinsss Transacted
his cap ilivrd down into the inxxl of AtLaitttor the r to of the superior.." '* I'
the Impl'rlal'hlrh was, inflated like a M. Lu."I.'r. without! Ltiug disarmed, > ear are not satisfied: with work you may have: toilt'eti.nspruniptiyremitttd) on day of

.balloon, and withdrew puckugeb and looked again ut tlJador with new rl n rervlpt Draft tonight; and sold on the prin-
boxes. !1'itesefct. It this unhappy man had gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the .1 ripal c.tirY of the coned: State 4.29ui0'd

followed: a .bud ('aUitj! ?.. his point of
"Com3att1 the abbe's
('w. new
cassock." said Jeauno. dcp.it!me Lad at Rust tarn: good. His i1tif2 (.:7 r style! or grade. of your Stationery, ,
heatt could ""''"0" 1oi .
mt thcretore. be corroded tf0"
: !::tt!'<\y. have you my oassockV" 4; t
suddenly erioi'! from a window In the throughout and perhaps it would be # I

Hotel dr. P.mpMn a man who! displayed : I possible to point out to him the error "WHAT ARK YOU GOING TO LEND YOCR :. Send in a trial order f OYSTERS + I

a face ('(>%''-tx-d with toap. a 1Ikiu i>f his vvu.vs. CLOTHES TO TliE THfcATERr" I
around li.' n.-ik und a shaving! brush l I "llowoiues !it," said the abbe, wjth bpcctfully under the benediction The for anything you may need _' IN ANY: ST'I.XD 'ff iUluck

s in his hand. bitterness, "that 'you \play on Christ !pjor people had also arranged a little i I AT AI.I. Hot Kb 4

i The driver introduced hs aria OUl'WInto was CT' surprise for their benefactor aud the e l
tLe heat aud after a careful "Alas.! M. le Cure," rl'irdrtemon.! weak but l'xprt'ssi't'oicl': of Valerie in the office or counting room-Letter Heads( i' J. Brisbone's
thlltnllJt I
1 t search: drew forth two pantla of un- with 'H must eat on sang with warmth: the "Christmas of
{ eiiuril sixo. us on any other!" Adam," accompanied by a harmonium. Note Heads, Statements. Tags, Envelopes} 'I
M. I.umier was touched to the heart Restaurant !
"lI're-t I B-nafcthms: for you. Mlle.I Whatever may have been their pat
I Jeanne. And here. :Artemon.. is all by this; reply. "Poor 1'1'110TIJl'! or whatsoever the future might have r d Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter ,

for :M. I'llul! uf the good priest was filled with In store for them for that
hour at
was givin nie IlocUarj's : Wr..t 1.1 Y
f4 Pads Circulars Hand Bills Pam :oorminol. : .
Dodgers! ,
' company." And from the top of the gucf. lIe felt too unhappy to refuse: least a ray of Hu 's grace: had filled I

'diligence he held out ;a Iou:, narrow the speaker anjtiiiug"F.ut" their souls! recalling the sweet and I phlet, or in fact anything that you may want West Palm Beach. f \
card box to the coiiu'.lun.: who! l,.jsui1*! I he :groaned looking! plaintiveIj holy tvmeaiLrance's of thuir childhood. o .voo oootot v,/ 0

forward to nrt-h.! :it In its aerial at Arteuon. "('au you not choose I "I't'ace on earth! au.l good will toward in the line of PRINTING

transit the r n'r. tv!:kh had Urn badly another piece ra tlh.r than expose nscrviiut i men! Ilosauua in the Inghe-'t:" t

t I tied on.' fell to the zround. and a of God to the risk of such a Tltl'Lhl' Lamier.: in an ecstasy of ... .
- iWig of )'l'lIlhiliI' was caught by sacrilege and also to risk perverting mercy and love, raiseti! his! dazzled F

i I I, 'Artvmon on tl..> wing. like a flag tloat- the souls of those dispobed; to be fer eyes toward; the vaulted! roof and And we will Brelsford Bros ,

ilns In the w id."Bettina's vent7'Atemon settled to see at this sacred moment,

I I wig!" exclaimed: :!: the excited :ai-proacLe-d him confidentially among the quivering: wings of the angels Real Estate and Insurance .

at.tor. "BeU'.na's! wig and not anti! the sparkle! of the stars, the ,
my cassock the! lgSOI'k of the Athe "You ""\'. M le ('un'. you have nefl'rattt'nJ'd lusainous male: of the a'iour11O please you==sure. PALM BEACH, FLA.

Constantin. WLere the devil have: you t, the theater." walked up m the! roads Saui.iria and ,.0',"
*put It. rascal?" "llut \\I'l! i-tit-jtuly not" replied kil.lee.: surrouutK-d by the miserable "" Notary Public. Cottages to Rent
I "On my word of honor. 1 hare: nothing the al-b'! .'Marile- l.v the very idea. anl worthless, and who feet the &
FJizy ttc& 5fZfj*
t eLse." asserted Matthew dispay I "It is for that vfi>' reason! that you ful we man! bad wiped with her ; sn-j I o-l-a u.rostomw i romcUiia PniMIns.llotel North of j

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The Banquet la Old Eapland Was MI Decoration la.
t HQWTO MAKE AN IDEAL CHRISTMASON The Event Christmas of Great banquet Ceremony.of mediaeral The Christmas decorations may haYeniginated :' PINEAPPLES.',,'n
saturnalia or la the I .
I THE FARM. times was :I.'cry brilliant affair! I in the ; I '.

followed by spectacular performances, old Teutonic practice of with hangrajOM evergreenis BRIGHTSPARKLING: : SEPTDNB, FLORIDA.__ .
Costly Gilts Not, !h._*..ry For a..107Ii. particularly at cocrt, where processions interior of from the 11-9ua

( ota.Day-liar1rale** Revelry.. to'Celebrate dancing awl the acting of allegories a refuge for of sylvan the winter spirits but the 14w "
ment3. tSe- inclemency J ,1
Tender of Iloll.da were favorite nIUu
the Mont !
la of German origin. Pin?
>_The Cblldrca'm Day. sides the acted representations some!t.tupU! the story.balletfnrlueatly A Dcnstmas It la their chief tree ornament aud symbol ,* inib BLLllalCRETAth!! Rar
IIIUSTMAS is is not used for the hanging of ;gifts ; '
rronietheus 1
represented & SON
favorite allegory ABE bAFKAXEK I : ,'' .M '
festival of I blight on'laml'nt.
the stealing the spark from heavetanil : but It Is used entirely as a .
E all others m-st making his escape Vulcan andVtiius being mad to glisten withlabts MANAGERS OP _

closely lth ti- of Jove the and tinseL I
bolts .
t the '
+ bed with the forging the lore of Serar-If It is kept throughout the 12 days of Tho Three Friends .
The glorious fall of Phaeton Christmas and at intervals & lightedmd ; the expressions
ahome and Its fatal catastrophe, and These are Tailoring.Comany
Fourth U lighted l for .
> setting the universe or on New Year's eve I
and Beauty
f stii-s our patriot with their! united power. '.' i ill night allsides
fire heard on
u r Caster 1 of decorating thn'IUnjWlIUld \ which be MCleaning
? ism natk The custom can .
T From the time of Henry.VIII : SUITS AND PTSWADE TO CRCEH -
wa _
iiit brings the gladness churches with evergreen i
nearly the close of the seventeenth century 1 ,
of oiH'iuuj; known by the Chrl.UI1DI to U a reiaotuu -
y r boar's head was a favorite dish on concerning the news i
furUdJut I
and outdoor and WAS
spring of pusanbra 1
of 1 :
Christmas day. This was an Pressing and Repairing
tIom. It bad too strung a ,
J ." _,_ frtr and ceremony. After theguests by the council but 1

but Christmas great pomp had assembled around the festive hold to be given up.Even columns of A Specialty.
It does In the winterseu.son. In Boston Justice Samuel Sew t
o.'coming, as of Uln*ttappeared. '
board the procession r :
invites to indoor cheer and Then ill cried out against; U. but It l'1'C11 ,",",,,- ', FIT \YC8XUANSHIP, 60AIUHTEEO.
Itesldes. It Is preeminently It by degrees., Holly and Ivywere : "
*hospitalities. place .,.
brawn '
cozy Via brought he lusty being < : WEST PALM BRACH,. FLA.i
I! the children's celebration By old blue ccatcd an'mif. nun; favorite In Great nritain. .....,,,- '. .., ,-. ,. ,, -.. '
and their glad vacation from the routine Then the grim. Mar's head fronted on high, trgrded as sacred emblems vt the < '
with our Crested sib bays ami ru.enury. __ t-:, ;:. -.
aealsua. .
of scl xl. They say '," 1. : '
.. used in ('hUfl'hi'as kept by i ...
Hoosierfat LN"-.t" While round the merry W"-.ul bowlCarnUlied Holly THR I ClematisAvenue. ;
ICY Christmas like a youngster with ribbons Uithi did trowl I families to insure a lucky year. ,
to almost cry .
wilL At Queen's college Oxford, the The mistletoe: was: held! In *o much I

Fourth Jul>'a oolbio to it. New ;eU"s' 'tFaster.1Su !bringing; in of the boar's head was attended reucration\ by the pagan** that it wag Supply Store-::
'a sni>'1L honors. The sickle by the prinrv ',
with processional with a golden ,
dead in thi
all I
and sinus day-jc* '
n day In thestionsest with whom it tim ap-- Beach Florida, Ia
IhclL boar's head was carried by of the Druids : -:-West Palm a I

It Is also the tenderest, holiest holiday of the guardsmen:: singing araeiry l'l'Al'ti. to the J. 'D. triA THIS Plopr t9t' *&1 .
because of the religious observanceof t-Une. The introduction of .J''
Christmas dish wasIntroduced of fl'Stlvity't'1U1:1: to have ex- iSucccwrtaBraaa .i I'akoryaad Gr.reqt. )
the birth of Ilitu who brought us The\ turkey as a TROPICAL .it IMY
and goodwill I Into England' In the sisteeuth IsteO universally and at all ttuies of i ,.
the new teaching of peace Motto-s.lam. !Sul: (>H and Small. Prudta.u..t
century and is therefore of lees history. It was a paean manifestation : .

If the to all farm men.is the Ideal home then! autiquity than the huge sirloin of beefor of rejoicing anti although forbidden Bakery Goods and I lilt
church and denounced ,
wince pie.liuel' pies: were first by the early .
this the
should endeavor to observe I It Nut
\ve Groceries
; home festival the ideal toanner. Our I shaped lika mauler as were the by tlu Puritan of New Eng Family *

great farmhouses must not bar cheerlessbarracks. Yule cake given out by the bakers to land. it became a general custom. I .....MySpecialty. ,
eustonJl'rInl'l'! the was! also While obliged to give credit to earlysal
become the tenUTS their
They must the for much of WI'ChllttIlliUI Goods delivered free to any part
accepted. as typical! of heathen notions II
merriment, visit long ao
uf old fashioned cherish, SUN. of the City or across the Lake.
the three which so fondly
I riches and spices brought! by we : ,
feasting and hospitality. They 'II t
ing. ;
must cling closely to the ancient traditions wise men to the Child la the monger. we can but u-iueiuber our own Ueu- All Orders Given Prompt

of the; day all: follow the same I The plum lurril.e\ later developedInto i Sltwln Fiaailiu for the one motto a" .0 Goods First-Class, and Fresh. Highest' '
which dates Americoo.! ".\ guts! conscience for produce 'j"IFilly
spirit of geniality of present giving; the plum pudding being prices paid country

minstrelsy. harmless revelry aud. from .Njt the old ChrMma.* is a continual Chrltwl6.D.J.tonGlote. 1 of me and I will nave yon morej.Mathushek 6-M .

f alwv'e all. of kindly benevolence and feasts peacocks and cranes formed, .
liefore 1 einj rodi.ted -- ----- -- -
dishes ; -- -- --
some of the BEST '

.. thought Ideal! of Christmas others.Au requires thought thi: peacock was carefully: sMcned.aad : YULETIDE--GAMES. ', .. The OLDEST and Pianos !

J long beforehand unless! the purse Is after leaving: : the oven the birdw'as 9napdratloa a ElTervtoa Popular ..atDiohtnlL
with its old plu;lte- in the
ur IimItl"!. Costly gifts ale not neces reclothej newspaper published A-t" ; illIlCl" With a Nsiancs -. '

nary; for a joyous day.lmt loving; kinduess'muat BUllion Herald. Little known In this country, snapdragon That Have A Reputatio

I. iUumioate each little: romouiLrauw A ChrlntciaB Tree Featare.Dancing is a dl\>1'lIion in which in England Each week they second tu none. TI1are the i..

[ or the (' lltlll'S on the tree will ; Christmas fairies always enhance young uud old participle! throus'J- "' County. ,kino that !mve =trf.th@tentof, ,?

be but dim tapers. The glad: day the children's delight la the out the Chnsuuiu Bi'uu. Apparently ; ..Hatixfied the most ,

t conioi: The usual church or Sabbath Christmas tree and once made, tan l>e .t is a daugi-ious p:+stttae. Ih-atly it Is contain timeau uav \ e

J school celebration has been enjoyed used year after year. Buy up a dozen harmless and uo out ever suAer 40 critical usitianain every way. 01

i the evening before by all the children or mow of 5 end 10 cent dolls, and to accident through !playing It. IVtWes of ,". They Are Not

! but It is In the home festivities we are Add to the variety have' auong; the :.1 or 4 jenrs engage in It with great I old sL.\It pianos( that have been. -
Interested. For an ideal day we shallhan' and coloreddolls. I. glee in which there is an admixture of 1
number some Japanese ; rented for years and then offer- ,
the wee ones trooping: down Dress these' to rcp-esent: fairies I fear, but nerve generally conquers" "
tile early morning waking: every one tar in the game they cannot be ed as "jjrjat hargains nor are k'
: in bright hues of spangled: gauze I lUll once
with their "Merry Chi bunas!" to se lat.lI or tissue IOllltr and liberally! kept out of it. 1fI they 4:111'31", low-grade" pianos,
News "
what Santa hat put In their stock: sprinkle their hair and garments with The requisites of snapdragon are one All the made to sell "at half price. .

A mouth harp a Jackknife or a diamond dust powder. Each doll shouldbe or two large pllttl'lilttl.l'h as roasts arescned Piano Is New

doll some Joke! and a nit of caiuly tinfind -: provided with! a dainty pair: of fairy on. some! large: fat raisins, a : Every made,in the "
back to l..>d happy as match and a and every part is .
and scamper wings made from spanned tissue paper little brandy or gin. a I .
need ll'fh'r In-a'-t-M the sou\ meaa> The IIL..at'rart! arranged Mathuhek Factory: .
and fastened to the lady by darkened room. IS News
cheer of the morning is la I the! arrival! of l'Oul'l.'alt'tl'h'l.8.. These wires hold thus: if there is but one and that which ia a guarantee.that it will

cf the inarritnl ehiUlren vr other rehitlves << lie coiled to o tan! motion in the wings the part 1.1 of moderate number: it U last lifetime.

and friend with the KiiH-tiu-; : and nothing: better can b! used than laid In the ecu tar of a dining! table If Take Chances

U anti Joy of reunion.uw the its: artintt'rvhangttl. the fine spiral coils tli ora s out of ttite ma:Woft a ill hrps i 1 Why

I'e-Jiaix! a :,-ill Christmas wire studied ttn.ma. A* tut yttn asp W.b ate a*wti on cheap pianos when the Old
1R trw. with Its; queer frr.it from. nil: least motion will' set tttti itfmi. tea I e l1 ot he uW. or O( rr nary b* twttabi not only from West Palm and Uelialne Mathushek can he '

lands and its gaudy tiu'x'ius.! gui': Iuherlng'ausing the alnjt to move aanutl
dens the heart of :tai. b.t the! tiiief ;.;lo (as if In flight. In like manner use the : the raisins are laid! over each vicinity suit jou? There are more than .

ry of the day is tin fanH:." Iuu'r-! : spiral win- to attach the dolls in boxer I platter singly! and at short distances: Beach and immediate 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in

laird father s '< round hs hoar i over and around the tr e. apart. A small quantity of brandy or I "You Should have .
ttlu'D the goy ,.,,. In;;: positions: I the South.
The old. broken Unki i>' l;fur 1B> "5\ -!: Every footstep I Is then poured over each platter .
The effect is magical.; gin all 01 ,- '
points ODe
his nuluT oncvmore
.vln from
When the can K.aru'd nun causes jar enough to start: the dulls! and I ignited. Tut out all the lights lu but Genuine Mathushek Pianos ."
smiled above ana around litumg; none bin that from
w.ultd uhue the girl and circling loom
the nutruu dancing: '
Anti flora .
fairies 01 blue flames! In the platters.Everjl ;. along arc only sold \h yKrvd
invisible and
the the
era if
1M Lake
,. the tree, as the
What UK'iaUiu the lip HIH! vch-.t brightens; the uuikm c.> the air had conic down to Join the ody looks weird arid fwels uncanny note on "UUUI' &; H.\1'Fs. S. M. 11;, .
Itch \
> tiv; |> |
Ulut ;&:t uu Com the fun U-gin><< Each iwarticipaut I IW
Christmas glee.\\omun's Home and l liahn, Jiltl m.tfr.

plodPrlrYrltrl by the typical feast of the pauioii.\ "suxi!." at a raixii on. the c.Insto dish :' the railroad, thus making. : !i East Hay St.: Jacksonville, Fla.
I Hue : ;
the name ,
hit miSS
: and or ... '
to plum .
guilder .. .
day, from jearling Giblet Dreasin .' ---
the fingers: in wrlthin! ;, fork* pudding none can resist the Inlluence.With To make a giblet drvWng for roast tliiw pro\ldlng\ the "dri: ::ou." : it easily -

hearts uielloucd and ai'>i'>eiltcsaplnased turkey put the giblets and neck In a The raisins are all tinally ".....UI't'J.the ,;: .r.. :' ', W. R. MITCHELL,

\ the whole eouiiiauy Is readylor The saucepan with cold water and add an flames die out. the limits! are turned nth hoe Repairing l Neatly Pone, Harness
follow of
and fun to and a slice
the laughter and
onion : pepin-r :1lllhl'r 4
I Is ready fr
the :
and company >
all asked to join ones very Sewed and Repaired.
been mace
"hell) are dry bread that Las diversion mute=. as is often the CUSP.
neighbors; drop in. and there'N soon around blown In the oven. Ua.l until the :giblets \ there U a (...ill!! for a repetition of the Out-of-town customers will" receive
of and gayeties euU'ied Then stiaia and stuck.Chop lion. Shop on Oils Street
games ate 110n( San Prauciaco Post I rouit atten
Into by old and young. T.liud man'sbuff. the giblets hue and put them fun just ended.- Newspaper next .toor north of TROPICAL Sr: Build
Family '
Magazlno.: The Leading 8-18
." hot cockles, "liol alll'l"1 and the stock back: into the saucepan I ng.!
follow each aad add the : Tale Log
; "hunt the slipper. dredge; with a little; Hour nC'Rl'la.c: noire the -- -
i and the evening vli;t.s with the nil 1 1t blown gravy; fiom the bottom of the!: In the iSl.ic1;; a:..untu'Cd at the pr* 1 -- -

fashioned Virginia reel au.l Tutker. or I : in which the fowl was cooled aft- ant lay the: custom cf bearing home To Rent by the Hour or Day.

there may be charades and tableaux" I pan er summing; off the fat. Serve in hot the Yule k/>; U sell carefully observed Dade Colllty11t ONhY {HEW BICYCLES ft I TO'>ilp.,

with some nt-ltatious by the ('h1L11en1 rahOIt.Ho.'ll'Itl'd. la all I Its :iindt-ut detail The hocoefxtier : lof

or the young people and children may I fells the cbovu treen. Then he: SText: Door North of Tropical Sun Flock,

LLiek upand give i Mrvldem a minstrel A Christina* Carol. utteFs a Prayer alI uirtfully! lifts up W. R. MITCHrLL.I'ruprietor.. .

show, Ring "Suwanw Ui\er." "l owu fkth1..t."bills art still ar .rt:nn.Ikthlthini's his! Log and !bears It home oa his shoul I :

the Ohio. "Honey. You's My I LadyLove hamiit frlt'9' u. .kll% der. His eous ruth)...... his exarapl-- THE SUN is a welcome -
As when! :ansi-l I I amis; *w ea Already ----r---- -- ----
Uilry's "Mighty: Lonesome log for hlaiself. The father -
recite Making luiiiuuiiu the nL;t.L each Lutl'll1 u
WalUn1un the Folks Is (;"11" then leans bis! lag up against: the VOTICE.i .
John's Christmas." one of But f'ir I'IK Iou mast d the Uy careful that thefrvsLly visitor to nearly ev- > -
or "Little! that! soni(>Mc chop, h u\t'. Iwiug i ; very
Sun by
Uncle Uetnus* stories of his "Hani And fur; lung: has |..ub>-
Road to TrabMe. .\ single' person may That afllll& )I''''' iif lire lesser logs of the other member sure this section \fiilip I*. hcrtb.i sixeu tliat lt>- 'btorh'Pub

give an e\eniug's delight for the whole! tiut amuiit Cl.ristniu; ...ni? It. anti tills! is tte ClUVtli Hl'.llVround .... ,-- ery home in (' ," nl i'nliii Krm-K. And,, Court.. Florida

party in reading aloud "P.ird's Christmas let Still u> 'sun. tit li.lmul Ut jrtl, jak. As the housefather places each i ill al'i.| | !, !o tlirHon.. Minor9.Jumt.Jrtt e tti ,

\ Carol" by Miss Wiscin.: After allis And the 'i;;hl lU.ifa tiuuLcJ 1mjs log he nays. "Veseli badnji dunT1: w<< its many attractive : '.. ut TitnHvilh-. Kl-.ri.la; on :K, i
over the young iHiipk' tHsgulstsl; aswandering :i;hlDtiiS to the: soul impart "\ merry log da> :" The 6th day of January, i OO .'

I troubadours may :serenade \ kindled was not allowed I'lilt' .
The are tliu.s rt..o.'n ttiTi-HltiT as Iii '. I\r b9
, with Christmas earoi.-s. I 1 until the following! yearor bringing new ;ir.. the
their jidghburs; Y r 5) "-='fft to go out features are .. .r.l. d r n vhnrlMr to im-niporn'o
t, Who would run way from life on the .r. P'-1 ( '.. great evil would befall\ the b HUM.>- 'IXiHi! n..b"Itl i'liliu I IVai'lu I'l J.. II n>ii<*.

1 term because of its dreariness it tl.e \:..1".1... r ...f'V. hold. The faggots: cf the old tire lightedthe ranks each uiioii iii' aiiln'ij fur filial pntyUst-s. .b
flumes Wt'fl'II US made attraetiveBreeder's ?- ;i' ,}""i"j, ,:'u.. ) new logs and then were can fully!! recruits to its :I lit- o-jii-ih: iinli.-ii'wl in the a UIM. ..f all(

Jazette.. / -:<.j:. .'j! e\tluju.-tbwl: : and stored away among .nrH>ratioi It"-pjprwifj lu its nHlrliHi. ofUnUil
j Ch,
jt-: / : -: .
( : ;: I In the bih- I vrarpnratInn.
1't the huUM-huld treasures.!
ai '::: Palm iWw.li Ibis :(U i it
. A Belgium CbrUtman Legeuh. ;0" .' ". f I' land of St-otUiuJ: to this day it is
U 1MO.
The childuu of lU-lgium.; have n \ .; I (..;}.,1,1 \ sldered a great misfortuue! if the coa'i! E. R. BU.VIll-EY i'rt..iden',

charming Christmas legend about :Santo .' \ .,. U allowed! tu go out. and often J. It.I t'Tiliswj! and Tree*.

Claus' ixiny. They ahta;'s Platt :'l\., ., f: ::- f.:- ..., tears it said "Yac tine luck ye"ve : I T. T \tI:Eali. l'II.l"U.r. ,,' -

their woolen sabots ou the \\iu.loledse. \\' )V./: ....' l'l.,. '- ] ?-".".-:-r" oot the fier."-Boston 11"1'I1Id. I M M. KL.-Tf'IIKU, .
stuffed full of oats. hIt:1: "! I ( :-... $: c. ;;;;; .. t t t.l. 'f/' week.'S J. Xi. 1-1.1.1'11111" ..

"dear Christina Isms 'sSfe'.i Roast Turkey With Caeituata. d.
fader for the I '1., I ffltfBftMwi: ,, J U ./ ,
and! roiuovctlie
In the early morning they run ull tiptoe ,t tt' '" tJ-\fi" Prow singe i'aie. truss I
behold the \lay is all \ ;;: ; brt-a.itbone the same! as for roasting. lscri--
to look ami :t !I ; :I'' : I I Su San:
\ ; Ma? 10 ouace of i
l-riuuuiu over W separately
and the shoes are \ : 1"ttl Chop up
gone ; 1\ "
,' I 'i I a! of pU's --
with toys and sweatmiat: Then th II ''f I ". : :'ptstill ;, kernel of veal and lJ ounces ------ ---- .- -
children clap their lauds with .U" I.ft\\ ( '" : .... leaf bird aud then mix togftLsr. Sea
: "
wakid ,'lA \ l lij'f.' und adding a little MALT
and wish they could only have son with salt 5pk-e. GEO. H EY: ,

In time to see the pony mum-hug his ;!( shallot sad the liver, both well

That would have been such fuu! I chopped. 'li oats. Faith's di\inio< eye _
to .
-Ella V. Mosby In St. Sieholas.CbrUtman Lmtrout fume the exp.ni-: fill lugs of a dozen medium sixeu trumea.Put hence the free
Awl to Luce's quick| ear the sky this Into a mortar with a gill of I! Realize Hoschold i'Ul'lllt.it'eunaraISupp1o3

Media.oysters. Tlirutn with UiU'ulj roa ic itill. stock, pound nell and place in a sau- I )ffice

While the ages come and go toir to cook for 13 minute Let It cook I which they make of its ---
Chicken Gumbo. lUiuns ul priLrf! uncejainz rise, and stir ia 40 cooked chestnuts rued the I use ---
. Patti of :\Iu.broolll.IIr aoJ with songs >> uinta below dozen peeled tru3es. Stuff the turkt'11

Cucumttax&ddle iled Shad.: Angela jOin tln.tr sjmphor.kv with this! preparation: aad roast, dross; i' colums and its increasing .

nt Mutton. English Stjle.Turkey Glory sti'.l: to Cud is 1C \'ell. and pour over a little good ;
Potato """ludl<,;. Place on earth is tt'.l: naile k own, -ra\y.-E1'\\
s aud Tru ilex and hravenC'Uiuu change. advertising A Sl'l-TIAI/TY.
with Chestnut And the Heir ol earth as an
fituSod Cn-en Peppers. Monet Swirl toUtces. the kmoOuius for 11U 00.Cbrlitnui The Christmas carol. with its 1'Ie\'at-1 popularity ---
lushly Duik. Cb Kbiarolv, -oe. jo>fully return tag and inspiring! effectcorresponds I
Plum 1*fuddle>t. lUrd Sa...... On the via '1 oi this new meta In Wl1Yll'S to the song! of praise by medium. West Palm Beach,. 'Fla.

Ice Ctvuu.Fruiu. Craululiy our spirit }cuns.worstdptng the heathens: for Saturn at the festivalof ]l
Suit and Baism0.i the Christ once IDavwa
i i pktu Cott. Bum la Ulb utU4 Lo&laa V.n ancient time. . "rnj J, \:. ;> .'..
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Hooter\ Paper of Dade Count), Florida. (Special Corr wudence.) Satui day evening Union Sunday .,
About say two or tre weeks since I School will celebrate Christmas by having CROCKERY, and

TROPICAL SOl PUBLISHING COMPANY vent on my usual trip to Stuart Post fice a Christmas tree for the children

I cry L METCALP. EnItOL looking for my mail. Vhen our old I and a general good time fur all. FURNITURE1
invited to his
postmaster cordially me J. S. Collins, of Pompano was in town

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I private apartemen or Room verry little Sunday bound for West Palm Beach; Kinds of Boat Coods.
COUNTY. did}, poor ignorant unsnspekting cuss, e srr.uoaa, -r.
reports everything flourishing there.I. exaunpe.wi. Doors,Sash .ad Buds sIllKjiidsofFishin
t Sundries. stoves! Tinware
and Bicycle
think that the uncrupolous postmasterwas J Bicycles
t. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.! S2.00 A YEAR. H. Burton's new residence is nuderheadway. aooda.
putting me in a trap. I plunged in -i. :: ; Tackle and Sporting

t Entered'at the Fostoffice of West Palm Beach right headlong. On my arival I found Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene on Stove ;.
f u aecond.cla.s matter. myselv before a table. Introduced to Chas. Miller is shipping some very Gla. ,ware. Lamps and Lant rD&. Harmon Broil.' Ready Mixed PaintsjgMail
Att "t>o.. 11-1-9-
rf fine new cabbages. Or ladies vhich
j i too Young (something I

i ji r r THURSDAY DECEMBER SI. IS!)!). seldom fall to my lot) I Peter Pedersen will have strawberriesfor J

I vas told that a colektion for a Christmas. Leave orders early as

r Christmas. mas tree vas to be got up for Christ-I supply is limited. HOTEL ARRIVALS.

dren and that I vas expekted to .: Seed beds --

Vt i' Written Christmas for THE TROPICAL the Scs. Now if any nan is real I'' year at this are place being, and well a good protectedthis supplyof TEE PALMS. Christmas comes but once a year
girdles world around
izing his dangerous postision vI en it is' Mrs F A Dreer and Master Edwin G
With laughter and pleuaHl scund. phnts to secure crop; no failure for us
\i And the heart of the human race to late I am one. I hates to paid out a We are still waiting for a chance to Dreer, Philadelphia ; Carl H Schlapp And should bring good cheerTO

'Jlecbl back to Iu Marling plaee- cent if I can not get -it again. at 50 7; bond the fir those rock roads. Burlington Iowa ; W E Conning New
I Back to the angel choir the atarlit night per Cent. York Bohn New York J E In-
We trust the Commissioner ; John J : I I I I a I I I I I I ALL I
I The shepherds wild with fright; In moment I to will act .
a thougt flung mysef graham St Augustine ; A J Logg, Savannah
Back to the manger where the infant lay quick and often.
oa the postmaster and make my ray out, Robert G Philadelphia
Kay ;
t Who rules o'er all the world today, ; )
I Ve hear again the angels'sweet Fear not r' but a minits reflektion told me that by Mrs. I B. Taylor and daughter and Dr and Mrs Geo Sadler, Ravanna, Ohio; WE WISH to remark that though we have no mammoth Stock .

? First uttered on that hallowed spot. doing to I migt find mysef in hot vater Mrs. Heisley were at Palm Beach Saturday Mrs A A Sutherland. Saginaw. Mich ; F stock, we have selected an Exquisite and Artistic )

I MFear not!f comes echoing down the years. vita Unkle Sam.I shopping. A Purthick, Mantua Ohio; Mr and MrsG -J![E, for critical purchasers.

f Christmas Though life returna mean only each toil yea and to prove tears, next thougth to tell that my vile vas There are some mighty mean peoplein Brinckerhoff, 1a.teroJ Bricckerhoff Finest Line Royal Bonn Clocks

t Earths overarched with Heavenly love. not vet, or .I had lost a most valynblhorse this world and among them is the C Ftjidar, Miss Emilie Harvred Havana Diamond Rings and Pins

December 8,1899. -E. H."S. resently that one of my mules had person who stole about twenty feet of ; Albeit F Baverman, Greenwich, Come

kiked the hired man and that I had to rope off of the ferry the other night It Conn ; J Murray and wife, Dillon, Quadruple Silverware and

hury up to come home and look after has been dose several times now and a Mont ; C Show ell, Havna ; Jos G Ball, Fancy Articles

,THE Sex WISHES ITS two hundred him but after all vhat use vas it Vhen prosecution may follow some of these R S Nelson! Jacksonville ; A M Whit- Early I J

new eabtii'fibers and all ill old ones Vomans people is after mony ? times. man, city ; Jno B Wood, Philadelphia ; Fine Watches and Jewelry

every joy of Chr !ltm/i8-tide. May Ask older men on thir point. M. K. Lyman has just completed another Miss Moody, Saxepoban. N C. Photo AlbumsBeautiesan

; the holiday season of 1899-1900 be Writing material before miz. One dory for the Lantana Fishen.. --- Pearl Goods
fair lady on each Side our respektable SEMINOI Exquisite
i ne of your happiest, and may good Dr. H. C. Hood, of West Palm Beach,
t fortune shine on you all through the postmaster on my back. was in tows last Friday on professional A Y Pearson and wife, C F Cox, G.o B.I I Carved Orange Wood Articles
Do one Yonder I ? If so Ashcraft R C Jacksonville W''
any gave up Rogers ; j Often
new year HO HOOD to be ushered iu. business. i Artistic Toilet Sets
so then they must belive I am even a R Mammot and wife, Newton, Iowa ; L II
better than the hero from Manila The school entertainment, which is Toys Dolls Ojus
man J Helzger, Indianapolis ; Brown II ,
and that vould be a mistake.I booked}for the 27ih inst is the chief at. Albany NY ; r R Felch David W t- Beautiful Dux Vases

i WE LUTE rr OUR EDITORIAL, spate screwed my mouth and tvisted my traction fur the holiday week. General Weems and wife New York ; C F Mais- 76" !I Books for All ;

f Ire ting! week- to make room for the heavy face in al sorts. of shapes as I sneered invitation is extended to all. ton and wife, Baltimore ; W W Mastin, II' Guitars Mandolins. Etc ad infinitcim i

correepondeute that has come in "Here is a quarter." "No quarter for The colored Baptist Clinch! of this Cleveland TenD ; T B Masten: Buffalo! ; ,. ..

t from the County towns and for the' you, Mr. Sparvath. This is busnes place will have a Christmas entertain. W Y Rushing, Neptune ; Geo II Maltbyand -- -- --- -- ---- --

I 1 r. epecial Christmas matter so timely I II worth dollars and many of them too." ment and tree Monday evening. wife, Dr F II Hanghton and wife, 'j'I G. W. IOMER & SON

i ami 00 i iuteregtin& that will be found "There is my name for One Dollar !" I ---.-- -- city ; A J 1/igg. Savannah ; Gould F But- ,
cried (the sweat dropped from my Brow) ler R B C A St
Kown. Augus
i Chestnut Stuffing for the Hurley,
I in THE SUN columns this 1iIIue. Turkey. PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM :BEACH.
..- and out I vent in the cold u'gth air. -- tine ; J J Williams, Jacksonville ; C R I

'I Vtreli I belive I drank 2 ful BuckitVdtter In making chestnut stuffing for turkey, Simotid, F E C Ry ; Robert Meeke, Cincinnati

I I.: on the spot it vas vex: enough peel the chestnuts scald them and remove ; \V S Vredow GJenwood: Fla ; I

THOSE WHO ARE so READY to sneer nobody come in my Vay. I certaily the brown from underneath the Richard Livingston, Ontario, Canada ;

; f f at the idea of government ownership could have rambled over anything skin. Put them into boiling water ; Richard Batten :New Orleans ; Gull .rno .I dnYd'LIFtI'r JrlitNllYtiydi YthNIYIYiYWi r4 Jr Ld IY YJytYat tYyli.SytiviYiilfnl$ .

and control of railroads should bear coming against mee. ctKik sloly about thirty minutes. Drain Castillo, Aurelio Castillo, Havana ; W J SlIPPED FREIGHT PREPAID. s tr- 4

E in mind the fact that the postal d. It vas hovever with great satisfaction and then mash or chop. To one quart Karnes, Chicago; W H Hapgood New 9a t Want..T .
and satisfaction along ) that add of York. i : ...utJ HOW to Ptint ft. I
of this involves ( goes vay a teaspoonful salt a tablespoonful 6Rrnt'G'ST"EES ;
I partment country I ----.-- I T you all abet it and deocribea overJU
I learned that my neighbor O'.sen; vas of butter and a quarter of a teaspoonful ) varieties of ch.wce fruits and flowers. .
and includes than both
more people is
caugth a few mini after me so vas of pepper. Stuff this into the turkey Plain Talk. I > Oranges, Peache* Plu..... PenlIIItIIOIUo
our and It has in its fA" A am r fl s, Mulberries. Nat Trees Grapes !
army navy. Henry Our City and Store- and finish The N" York Verdict : If ,, *. ;
Styppman as you would with other w Mays ;,; I t J IJ Cl liiOUj Ornamental Tr"-elt Rote, etc .
service about OD(.fourth as many clerk Georg Parks Carl Henning the i dressings. Truffles or mushrooms may Bryan is beaten in 11)00) it should lie *-j X7 Adapted for Soulte*{Halting. i

I people as are connected ,with the Taylor brothers and many others: to nu- ,. be added.-December Ladies' Home notice to the world thai one untamed -s i Also a Cotnpk'te Stock of Field aid far.!len Seed and Fancy Poultry. t

: .....Everything for the Farm Orchard Garden.....
combined railroad service of the mereous to be mentioned, etea some Journal. of riches and not the slave of t or iF
I I. country. And jet this great postal maried men vas in it asd gave their can no longer he made president j Kf;;h-G arts Coons anil low Prices Our Motto i
I is that part think of it. Palm Beach is reported to be the point money,
system managed so easily in this land. It should show i catalog Free... Tfe3 tariffing Bros. Co. !
don't notice the machinery iu And so ve shal have a fine Kristmastree selected for the location of half the birdsof ,
you famous that American public,like another :Xursorte and T4 Grounds P3K3SNA HURS !UZ$ E
motion. The could here. Of coure our school superintendent Jacksonville's Farm, .
t ; government is expected to be there and vitn the only one in America. The manage ;UlpROII, has but the blind' ] anti l toil- M Mac.I may, Ft*. JaGkst nvitio, Fla.'L .
handle the railroads with equal ease.
great dignity show his Autority. Ybinexer ment visited Cuba and investigated conditions bitten destiny to gtintJ in the mills LNlT 1t9'dtL TTT ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT NfMTTTTTTd
I great thinks take place in France climate and surroundngs there, of the PhillUtine trusts. Therefore _
I '. Attention, Pineapple Growers.To the Frenchmen ask "Ybere ari the but decided that this was the tot p ** these our maatersnow-and lIrJrau l-:

I f m Woman?" ble location. A portion of the Ham. itt with a40-nuHiondollareampii

the Members of the I. R.& L. ,II'. In this case the Vomans viI be rigthin uiond property on the East Side has fund to continue in such mastery- A GUARANTEED PAINT

G. A. : it. the Lady teachers vii let the been secured for a range, says this should be otudied. If Bryan

litle folks recite. Mrs. Charles McPherson report
rally. The time I
Pineapple growers ---- fails in 1000-if the trusts are not.
'- is approaching for the Annual Meeting who has the heavenly gift of Iu time of Peace. Hipworth: I'd like withstood-then, in this country. isliberty PARIAN PAINTSAre
the Growers Association "Musik" vil play the Organ. Other to make a bargain with you.
of Pineapple
its end.! \\ it bill the
which meeting will hinge the most ladies viI b? in Ateudance Sykes (of the next flat): What? Hearing
at /
vital interest of any meeting; ever jet Vel lay simle Artikle is longer thanI Hipworth : If you wont give your boy four years to follow the trusts will Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub Off, Peel nor Blister. Are not

assembled. The past efforts of the As intended but readers! allow me a question a drum on Christmas I won't give minea HO btretigthen their, hold, so butt i-es affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and are giving better satisfactionthan

ociation, as a body has been mostly! experimental : Is a dollar not better invested in horn.-Philadelphia North American.J. and bastion themselves from ballot any ether paint known. It is the coming paint in this State, as it is

with their good and object this say, than in a salon and is it not D Mathis is moving into his new assault, that but two roads of retreat particularly adapted to the climate of Florida.

unable. results. more profitable anyway to let the title Clematis: Avenue Supply Store building will open) to the rear of a public 1 I

One of the unsatisfactory results has Folks feel a glimph from Paradis and recently erected ju>t east of his old store. beset. Of these one will be I'l'Hlluioll:

been a tendency to drift into minor conderations have them understand that sotneboy .he new building is well arranged andis and the second: socialism. You, or EDWARD WILLIAMS

to the exclusion of more iiuportaiit love them instead for have them prowling complete in its appointments as an your children, or your children's ,

matters. The marketing around vheii older as miserable creatures up to-date store. children, may yet be forced to make I Agent for Carrara and Parian Paints
has undoubtedly pruved a disaster vith a policaman in their heels an per -- --
plan The Prince Ed waul is the name of a choice between the two.
.. and fake and almost wrecked the oryanization baps the Iron bars between them ami new steamer nearly 300 feet in length __ _h___ 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
So let the for the dear
and should be abolished Liberty. regret
that will be operated by the F. E. C. S. OYSTERS OYSTERS OYSTERS '
Dollar this Mine and -
The theory or principle pas away a merry
entirely. maybe Co., on the Miami-Havana run this Fresh Daily at 3oc. per quartEastCoast
correct but it fails to materialize. I hristaias to all. R. M. SPARVATH. -
winter. Fish Co. --- -------

1 J will simply call at ention to one point Danefield, Stuart, December 1899. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D.A.. THOMASON, D. D. S. .

The system of a General Agent to dispose ---- The children all over town are bub-

of the crops, paralyzes the primary Order your Christmas Turkey at'nee bling over with happiness in anticipation CITY BAKERYIs ------ Office: Corner I lemalis Ave and Olive St. .

t(< Object of the Association which is to The City Market has some of the fineston of Christmas trees, Santa Claus, holiday THE \V I. :METCAhF" WEST PALM BE AC H, FLA.
earth. Don't delay. All kinds of
'encourage selling at home: But there gifts school vacation confections, fireworks I Now Open for Business AT10RNEY-AT-IAW. t"...iou. t-oM modern'entistry. crown and bridge-work known to thepfIJ a
-,-... etc. Bftijty.! TCI th extracted without
are other considerations of equally: vital and will..... NOTARY PUBLIC. | pain.
..' importance that late developments have R. C. Rogers, tiavel'ng freight and Will practice in County, Male and Fe'ler Office Hours: q to u a. m. and I Iu 4 p in.

\\ ," brought the industry in contact with, passeogei agent( of the O. S. S. Co. wan The cleaning a number the vacant j Roast-. r6 Ic Court 10.219
3 that must be met, or pineapple growers in town and along this part of the line lots in town, Mayor I TrfoPiciL Si':% Bla'k, '1'. DANIEL
i may as well pack their camping outfits last week, making the acquaintance: of supervision, is making a decided improvement Your Christmas TurkeyFor west l'all1t'lIcb.. Dade ('ou:.ty. H.-rMa. L..J. ,

l and skip. our people and ftiitributii.g some of I in tine appearance ol the DENTIST.COCOA. .

f Through the enterprise W the East those handsome calander, and .own. you to a turn and supply you I I /?. ATKINSON,
: maps II with as fine a CAKE as you wish. : INDIAN" KIVtK, F1XKII,A.l-at-88
,Coast developments the come ition of useful desk blotters among the leading Rev. W. J. Nease. the recently appointed aATTORNEYATLAW,

outside products has not only been business men. The company represented : pastor of the M. E. Church j Bread, Rolls, Pies, Bakery ConfectionsA. NOTARY PUBLIC,
the here tut e\en by air Rogers is favorite with 1 -- --- \yALLACK 11. MOSCS,
.J dumped ou growers a South, at this place, arrived Tuesday
under the cover of disguise, stamping i the traveling pubiio, and much of its and will assume his pastorial duties at II MAJEWSKl(, Prop'r. MIAMI, FLA.Teiniiornrilv Successor to A. W. Robert,'

their fruit as to mislead the public as popularity is due to the kind of l 11/"lItl'lll1t }
so Ii representative once. _.__ I WEST PAm BEACH. FLOKIUA.OEMIXOLK WIT : 11.1f..1) REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
t' to its identity. Leaving out the quest it has in this State. Drs. Potter, Hood and Burnhani have! --1'\LIIlt\lII'j Agent; for West. Palm Beach Town Lou also
tion of to do so, it i U an imposition -- West Palm Beach Water Work
right A. Majewski has launched his ship of all been called out of town several times I LEX St. CLA I U-AHH.UIS, :-';OT.ltpBue.. e;
v and injury to every grower in the State visitsto ; BAllBnil SHOP. l\. CI..matlll.nue., near Oilve: ..trwt
in week to professional
independence the the
bakery !; past pay 7 j-21-y West 1'alio Beach Florida.
wheu backed ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I
Such imposition, especially ,
for present use he has leaked the Seuii- neighboring towns. J. D. KUFFIX, Iroprietor.
with money, 'anllut be repulsed by JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Pimtice .
nolt Bakery aud later will build one on Dr. Elton as arrived and with his Work. Polite Attention. FRANKLIN bHEEX.
single-banded efforts. The Association his First-Class in all the Clicuit Court-., Slate an GEO. O. BUTLER.
apian of own. Mrx Majewski will will the splendid new Ktnl ralSAMChLT.. s HEEN & IJUTLEK.
should, as a body, ask our lawmakers family occupy ,
hop on Banyan .
open her refreshment parlors after thefirst of Datura and t2.:! U" kJ: _
pineapple on residence at the corner 1'\UI ir.\ni. PI.OKIIU.
to require every grown of the year, in comedian with the Olive streets.: SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
foreign soil to be stamped announcing/ bakery. Xote their business amiouucement SH\\LOK. CORDON.. BttoOVE.: Offlre at West fslm Beach

they reach our borders. in this Don't forget Ovstersfor! your Chris. I Lands ally Hub-dlvMe-J and mapii fornishwl .
paper. IJAUIJCU siior, YLOU.llIWOJII:, .
We succeeded m securing a protectionon was Turkey. Received fresh every dav | pnv SHA I In,; and tlma.luiK SPlecltngandgrxJinglandsaurag timber; HHxliutT| .'t. .. i
pineapples alone against unequal Rev Ur. E. B. Webh pastor of the anal per quart Buckets free at EastCoast ATTOR\EYS-AT-LAW. fnl and t-orreit work Riiaranteed.; 4...rOlr.*.
Fish Go's. I lrrt.t.q iiiunicaiionH by mail receive
Bau.vau pn.nri atten
combined effort which Congregational Church the last Side
competition by on tion. Maiwani] HluePriMn .t .
i Will practice in all the Courts of the State. .we-t ITrt.
could not have been otherwise accomplished iu a letter to Rev. S. D. Paine slates re; WEST I'ALM BEArtt j. LA. 11.7 93
5eid? 5e!? 5ui) Your Job Work/ tf- MILO COOl'KK.: Vrop'r Office iu 'y' 1i
which has been evaded by dis. he expects to commence services iu the Law Exchange \CKNOXVILLE. H.AU i

.'. crimination in transportation which Poinciana Chapel the second Sunday in .. -.,--__ h --- -- 'P U. UUOWN,

gives our neighbors the preference over January. --__ __ BOYNTON- C. 11lOtM. I). I. I

our own family. But our protection I. S. C. Packard of BOYNTON ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. ,
the imposition from being i Dade Florid Wan and
prevents any who is enjoying the winter at PillS j County, sptH-iticntlon8 pivparcdJobl.iii
.worsethan it is. Such things must bet ; OOice sod Residence near Royal t'o'nrian )? work given prompt\ attention
Island, was in town today. Mr Pack.
combinations. While the ISth 1900. lintel PALE BE.U'11 119V !Shop on Datura Street.QEOHGDS. .
looked after bj ard sees a remarkable improvement in Opening January 1st, Closing May ,
'. marketing process has proved a failure this since his visits miles! south of
town to the twelve
Lakein attractive location on the East Coast S.
The finest a-iu most UUKMIAM.M. I).
fertilizer shed-
r such* things as crates, former seasons Palm Bench at the foot of Lake Worth on the Florida East Coast Railway i. i. ADAMS,
I ding and many other important matters I and 312 miles south of Jac'isouulle.! SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, :

ti need not be, but on the contrary a per. E. G. Pendleton arrived last night Comfortable Cottages for Ouests, all fronting on the Atlantic Ocean less Deputy Supreme Commander !I:
,, feet success. Hence the coming Annual from Virginia to open his beautiful its Eye and Ear specialist KMGHTS OF THE MACCABEES
feet from waves.
II Zoo
be looked to with more Palm Blab home fur the season. Mrs .
should ( .
Meeting it& at 1 Kti Iiirwe-Saltaire ('uttll;!'' For the State
than before and it be. Ptudle o i expected a few weeks later. Rates hand upwvrds per day, $12: to $16 per week. An Ideal Winter : !..!t!) of Florida.
interest ever ; ; :: I I Home. Rich and Productive Muck Garden Lands for sale, on Installment Will input ute Tents anywhere hi the State
hooves all members to attend and not I':1 Plan. Address f..r booklet and further information, I> tl. FUTTEli.. D., For iDfuruiatiim addret
t leave their interests in the namls. of Oysters recei-eil l tress! daily-Buckets ;i 11* iJEORGE ADAMS

_. 'fl'9Ji'i lM KE8Tto: ;; MKMSER.> free, at East Cvast Fish Co (''MAJOR N S, BOYNTON, Boynton Fia 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FU G-l-O'j Wr.t Palm Beach, Florida,


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I I I I I I I I I I I "Ii ,glancing glare. Steadying himself e1 i i i i i i i i LI i i .n i i i j
BO Tnlghty close to one 'nother, 1 ii # JIi gt >>tj1 '
I Tom Turnei- shoulder; he said In hl! s # t'f'O'[
two. Wharever you see or hear the '
OTSTilll' : one.yon're mighty lIlt to see and hear leutlest- uio>t.o2Ioial voice to the Pall rPORTT r
A TIGER TAIL the other." bid- in the buggy's! cavernous recess LONG TEARS .AGQ.JILT

Dound to !be that a-way. TI:lnet- : .
"Do you and each of you solemnlj _.. .
see's all the child his pa has got. Tom Ir.( r ;
THE STORY OF A FAMILY FEUD AND i.t said. "Kut hark! What's duct? Some agree and covenant before AJmightj I ; A BOY'S FIRST CHRISTMAS IN THE > :ILLs '(;'" : >
) fellow lie shootin ills Christmas God and these witnesses to take and j,
each other for better foi"We "
keep or itlli'
TENNESSEE. guns early. l STATE
,l.\.) _...._ P "Them ain't Christmas guns! They'retoo womae 1" j ---- : "Y..1I

BY MARTHA M'CULLOCH W1LUAMSCopyright 111 close togi'ther," the squire said, do." came In smothered tones | BY OSBORM SPENCER.
: from the eloping! pair.
walking to a window, open in spite of
!, In Martha Jl/cCuftnh TiQianu. a,to the rain. "Besides they ain't comin "Then by virtue of the authority In p$t g right. They sound up towards Ken I me vesu-l. I pronounce yon man and "'
A\ ; ? $ H: ;"; ,! H ; ; ': j wife!" the sqnire shouted, making .1 ,::. .tit"Fl. ." ,'""" ,,.,""" stc' !..,.."" "" ...vif"" "" iErBKE;' c't
:!tJ:. I I I I I I I I J I I I I , tucky. I iJ'i;
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II Cs : 5.SS'v : : :. : : I. .I :.1
tU i iti &jt i_ n' no-i' ..:!.:.,..-- H . ..::: .::: ; ':;.:'!1i ", I "I bet k's a runaway couple," Jim dart at the buggy; an.1 flinging back I t;:;tcl4 it lira;a a.'JI'tie: ;a.etoaft -I se,...: nnix. rt?it7Ga7N37f-1s711P": ,/'/rt.f.- ,
YO'I I Wilson cried. dashing out cpon the the roll e. "Come !in come In. yoiyoung
lIE cinch players good lookln and a mighty fine piazza! with the crowd p illmell at his HHipIo.." he paid. "Leave: me to HEY were tell- producing; a bright, fresh new p&nl

In the backroom keeperJim Wilson said honse-l heels. "I hear horses and, wheels and I talk to the old man." tug one uuoiU with every journey of the carriage.
i of the store "You couldn't have a better, folks hollerln! he shouted back over "Yon'll have to. pa. It's you he'a '!: about t irs "That night I slept with two of thl

looked up from can't hardly blame Tennessee. A b'g! j his shoulder as he darted down the I mostly mad with." Tennesure saM i c.t (,jistmaSt's.a.t deacon's boys and In a trundle bed fof. y

their hands as house mighty lonesome with no woman steps. Tennessee was close behind springing out and handing dawn h'.ii; l. the port!.\. the first and last time of my UfaV

Squire Jordan In it I'll bet money you won't him. so close that the darkness swallowed bride a tall pretty girl, mud splashed, 41:1: prosperous bank! boy talked about what w"> should v

tD a P came in. No other j blame him neither time she's been II III them at the same iUl'tant.11 disheveled and smiling through he: t.y \ iilooked u p j find In'our stockings till late hi tltf :

lk I +" resident 'of, thar a year." the rest conld! hear now out upon the tears. lor "I wItl1! a preoccupied night ,',
Tiger Tall could "I'll bet the house and farm she don't I big road a confused and strengthening I The squire, after one long. gaspn! ?: ill'/ ;'f.i iff.'J f' air when j I "n amlnatloo of.the stockings in tbf i

have distracted ever come thar not while my head Is ml'lI1 Y--ibont'l. (cries cursos. eallopInjc I j I stare, was fully himself.:! "It Is my ... ; some one asked morning riding-down hill -and out on ,-.
; :, them to that degree. hot," the squire roared. I hoofs whin Inn whorls! sharply custom and privilege to-aLem!-kM! him for his the Ice of the deacon's frown mill -.

.a Tiger Tall Til take the bet She'll come and I punctuated now nnd again by a dropping the bride In such cases." he soh!, pressing y..J. P- story. I pond, snowballing and other inoUenti!
Is Tennessee ter- for your askin" a voice said from shot"Runaways his! lips io her forehead: then to "The first made Christmas morning pass fast *

I ritory, yet abuts upon Kentucky. It is the door. Tennessee stood there 1:1 UJt,1! They're comin! !I.! Hear J I his son. "Take her inside! young; man ) 'T Christmas that iremember I{ enough assure yon. And ftfter.tuj)
course heartily. lie was a big fellow I I don't the farm In '" CIlWt' the Christmas dinner! ,
not. of down on any maps! not Ing ; as 'em! They're through; the :gate! there forget you won '- \ .vicar- : t. i
even the local oues. To be exact, Itml'tes tall and well muscled as his father squire! Get on the bottom step with wlnnln her." I Iy." he said! blowly, as, if ,tbering himimories : "AU the deacon's mill bands ,:lUllsoml'
and bounds are known accurately was KligLt; and withered yet the (pair your lantern ready! You'll have to doa "Xo. you don't take her lnsl IotI\" sonu1 together; after lighting: a cf his neighbors partook uf that f

only by outland folk who. say those were curiously alike. They had the quick Job this! time, sure.1"! Tom Turner : one cried from ten yards down tlt b'jc! tot clear, "was passed at the horn dinner. There were two big tables and
of Tiger TaiL live in such HI auditioned tame obstinate chin, the same bright cried. shouldering) the ix-opte aside drive II second! :after. Oil Maa MIUui of oM Dt-atva M&llory. I was' \i; or i one little one. We boys and some little) ,

regions as Possum hollow. dark eyes, exactly the saute level loOk. and setting the little squire !I.i the > had flung; himself off hU horse and!I II years cl.1. end by the same token 1 It girls sat at the little one and there a [

Wildcat. Texas and the Cooney range.;: Tennessee made a dash at his father, forefront of them. He was scarcely was trying; to lay hand UptD.hlJ. must have been 40 years or more ago.: were more folks at all three than lthacj

Stull' the Tiger Tailers do not quite caught him under the arms and drew steady upon his feet when a horseman ;, daughter.i "You must know that I was a country ; ever before seen together! any..t
deny that Tiger Tail exists. They are : him to his feet saying as the squirt- upon a panting;; and foam covered boast i I Squire Jordan !stepped In front of tb.- minister's! son. My father's charge where except at meeting. '
nebulous only as to its whereabouts. fumed nnd writhed In his held: "Pa. dashed Into the clair otiscure of the ; angry man. "I reckon our old grude included a wooden meeting! house. "The main dish of that dinner was
"Howdy, squire? Want to play? you aunt nigh as mad as you think. lantern light, crying out: "Fetch the 1 is settled for us. henry" be said boldIng ,- built 8D the Greek temple pattern and chicken. There were enough wish '
Take my hand" Jim Wilson. the storekeeper Anyway ,le's stop quarrelin till after squire! Quick! lie known me Geonce; out his taml.\; "8a)'. ala't yo;: half a dozen little red scboolhonse, bones for all the children! to- wish two

said, making as if to rise from Christmas. It's Jest two weeks off. Perdue! Here's the license, squire. i ridln! tonight! some of that same 'oM perched on the steep hillsides and nestling or three times over and the fun everybody
the table. The other three players Fellow I know-stole his gal: -oM skewbald sleek?" In the' deep valleys of one.of the had was Immeasurably satisfy- tIng.

laughed uproariously.: "He's a beauty ..-;.- man's right hl'hln'I-Jot a Winchester i i! Old :Man Mihiin nodded. He could 1 most northeasterly counties of Penn even If the manners of every ohe. .

boy; that's what Jimmy Is" one of and the sheriff.! Tie 'em quick a. you ,Inot trust himself to siicak.! !, sylvauJa.! All through! ; that region: tbpaterwas present were homely aud the talk more
them said. "lie's ,Just nine under the can. Thar nin't a minute! to lie It's !, "And It was beat In this runaway known as 'the elder' and the" hearty and wholesome than graceful

table squire. Of course he wants to II IIs all right. I tell yon! Thar they come- i race by my same Blackhawk! blooil. deacons of the church organizations! tll and clever.

be polite." / thnt couple! In the buggy: a'lend! I oughter,: 'a' known that was Ten which be ministered: : took turns entertaining When It came my turn to wish. ,

The squire laughed. "I'll play and u I. t rt f1 N ,( t ti, The squire seemed to swell to stand nessee's span." the squire went oi the elder and his family on Darwin Mallory the deacon's 21-year-

pay If I lose out. Jimmy." he said an Inch taller.! II.' could hear above Judicially; then with a whiuisier.1 Chrl 'ln:Ilt.! As a rule, our Christmas old son. told me what: to wIsh-Tbat

"but ef I beat them rascals over thar the labored panting; of the two horses; chuckle! "Henry, don't It strike yet: visits Included: Christmas eve and two Sarah may say yew' he whirred/ II!.'

you must do me a little small favor." which drew the buggy; th uo!!'p of other we've been a corple: of (('ol..r' or three days thereafter, and so it wa>l my ear. Sarah Wilson was the prettiest ,

"Anything you say squirt." Jim horses 'om'n:! as furiously cries! and "It does look sorter tbnt way" OH! this time. ( young woman in the room and I

said handing over the cards. The Jih curses too an-1 the crack! of n rifl.- Man :Mlisra sold! and then and there "Deacon Mallory t lived ten good mile liked her a lot. Later I told her what r

squire chuckled but ma&kcd it with a the sharp report| tieral.l.sl by a lurid the pair shook bands, ana feudii>led.m' away from tine story and a half brown Oarwln had whispered in my ear And *

scowl as he answered: "Rotter not 'J I. .H i house that Mood in the edge of a tr I couldn't understand wby she flusred '

promise too brash son. What I want uic'uJiniK bg: piece; of pine: and hew so vividly. But she seemed pleased J

, Is for you to thrash Tennessee. Think lock tlm!>er where we lived and. then because I gave her the long end of my

: you can do It?" thing two fret of snow on the groundwe ", lshIXlne. for I had 'got my wish' and -

"Why. that Is sorter Julwns." Jim 11 had to cot er the! ten miles in a cutter one day in tlx following June I wILt > I

responded. The others let fall their hauled bcCruukfuot as my father present when my'father pronounced ;

cards looking significantly one at the t rr called! the ungainly; ; looking youni.Lorse .. Darwin and Surah mau and "'Ir,,. '
other. Tom Turner the squire's partner t 1 ?x /: lie drove in making his wKIei) Then' I was told what my wish had I II

In the game, whistled and suid. 41 scattered pastoral calls. The day In- I meant. '

still pursing his lips: ;''I' IpsFfi9! tGRGJf th ; e t fore ri.r;.>- .:1:1S'flS clear na-1 st.u "Bless me!" said the banker. ..I.... .

"So I supjK! se Tennessee's mind is! 1 dio off b ; 'Ic shiny but bitter cold that year, and : let my cigar go out" "' I
set on Milam's! gaL" "TO TAKE A.\D SEEP: EACH OThER KOIt LCT- shall:! never forget the ride to the diacon's. OsnoRs SPESCr:' R4'S'l'
The squire nodded. "And mine ns set TEa III! WOltSK"I sarlk41! f des' t of 17b .

that he shan't have her. I n-ckoued want a big party Christmas eve. yUXbjiI "At first our road was on the lee sidi
ii' *
I'd find that gentleman here and come You've always promised me I might i is // of a giettt tree cro\.ui-d ridge. Shelter (

just a-purpose to give him the word have it when I wine .!1." I ed. a:1.l! hen were, from the biting '-- j -

with the bark on It." "So I have but you don't deserve It. ni1raldtIahnedhis wind we scarcely realize! how low tin .f ,
"I always said that lioy'd give you you young rascal" the squire( said t i tb wnlfantbe fisfromtbe;' k'' : temjHTature was. and! the path being ,. M E.Jr ';:' t'J' .j

trouble ever senor you went and give "Promise me what I ask and you may Aod 1 ere sptids'r sd role Msiops well packed. Crookfoot took ns ovc. ..

him that jography name." an oldish have a party as long as Christmas, is atrgre art theireyes_ f tie wiuvr at a lively clip, the bells jlu
4 man who had just come In. said dance and frolic tl:1'.111I11' wl'I'kI'S. / EE' sling Duerrilr, with every stet lien-
I mortal
<> -
j average
till old Christmas if to. > swe
shrilly. you terii&rfa ) aiwl there tine toad Kissed through dec] .
The squire looked at him and "You mean nllllUt marryin I .ity?" Ai 1k took up the M&M'w***a ..rdF l cut* ia the Wefts between pure whit 'looking., ; over u cot
mmgz le of Xn-as
ton menus
chuckled again. "It had to lie jographyor I Tennessee asktd virn.T.! "I'm JUM frigid witJlft. ot snow, sometimes eight i\\ has a fellw fetl-- i
'rlthmetic," he said.! "lUaaie bound to do that Mars o S-jHire. but and tn t..f-f high.! These walls Iri-

your skin Bill Jordan! you know that I I'll promise this! -I trout never do it ar tbt yarld oyt, q! P/ I been hi.,-...it .(! with many curious lu I Ing; with! who the: went 1 fcrajry'traveler injto

as well as me. Scbcn brothers' of us. unless you are thar to see and williii it v siKiitu.iuauJ: : rude pictures! which .IKterwted |
fill In one poor neighborhood, and the should be done." *&*%, / / / tY mm ij/ffl/i/ / i ir lIt'.l'r much as we droviaKnr. a restaurant cad
I '- Ab. oeverfesefty M{ / told the waiter to':
last one of us too lazy to move out. "Hurrah! You're given yourself along : tlxri! I had never heard .-, :
f When tb/stw os **&falff7iljjf'fiiJ bring him '\"ry.
would put old man Solomon to his. : time to wait sir tic siuire sti.leagerly 4 j. word tit the newly named Science ol ;
o i kilt' l l'er afio D thing till tlie bill of fare." But too
trumps for names. I didut Mart as then beginning; to cut a pigiouwing ; s\y11as sonq o tit as 1 / 1Aod ;gratit! ,.L.y. "'
En reader must remember that! the! fMlowjug ;
soon as the rest of you neither. Time : in his JO)'. "Now :get about your > is y rt1aA 't( { rS i 1 "I \, :.< Intently studying: some uf
feasts have been for tbe
I begun to raise a family you had doubled party, sir. We'll make it a rouser thetiiggest the jiict--! and iascriiitions when inj; : planniHl
in r\\ Clay which comes but once a jear:: rnd
and trlbhled on all the handy thing that ever come off Tiger father! to,1: 2 iii: to look :l1):1.llInd then
Scripchcr names." TaiL" six f> ? *WyVd vdo tbd sttr( f mamrt! that there is a limit to human ff.pa.-ity;
;M n ailj fr what ll'iIw coming.! All '
"Don't you reckon this is sorter a '+ Ad Gitb t!tett-_/Iwt3leb! i_j *k. irlalr s war In- sjiki: he |M>iiiii ed
things in all of the lists if there be
Judgment on you squire? Remember Notwithstanding: Christmas eve fell ro m tS t fir JtasL riM) JVKCT for 4orniiJ! !! r.\\\vilch! ; WI' were driving.) There ; I
how many runaway coupler )uu'vemarried" rainy and dark as the proverbial stack ? &ffl t' .1b; ,t ipfap! Akinsf m 's stab drib Ht tar.m I satfor mow drifting !in a tine any dcgm-s; In goodness gornisnd.MENU slionl.l -sarls-. I
fy the exacting .
another of the cinch; play JUII.t :
of black cats everybody came to Ten white sas-i'k state. .

ers began. nessee's party. The Jordan house was r (Ix bryr ef royct aqd ttadpete, 'The v.ijj is blowing up there,{ FOR CHRISTMAS: DAY-L
The squire silenced him with a look. bIg and square, with tall outside chimneys I sonny. .Tvl it won't lx as pleasant
"Do you think I'm goin to belittle my and a makeshift ;gravel drive WNWsFSCV&fe '' w tbt sod d deviryftMtt strib.p when we ?M to the top as It is by any What neat repast sl.i'l least us. liGht and cl.u:or'
*'- uri wealth (V Attic taste. with wine. ,vtiwnce ri-*
r n.\T
W aod warfare1as
doin what I 'It-eted to mefialr
office not was
by !loading in semicircularly fioui the two } mi'nas "r.ql; your comforter close: To hear the lute writ towlml or ..". I.m.- .. '
do?" he asked Sl''fl'rt'ly.MI have married gates upon the big; road a hundred 4y day tit werl ije'er btlbre Vt tih.Y about u ur cars, my Ixiy. or they'll I,,' Uarble immorul notes and Tuon '

runaways>b. ).l'S. twenty-st-lieu yards away. For the party l both gates frozen !'tirp.: -. ....a J:";!antiDINNCIL :
couple-but every last one of 'em come were set oix-n. Everybody rode or ton.' the t'uie I was ready for the I"
from Kentucky. Up thar they have to i .- AiaartrSl (dr tonic In MiFyt tomonoa '
II drove even the nearest neighborsPer t 4 P drifting -now we were In the midst: of 1'<"1(1". I ,'
have written consents from the parents pie began coining at dark and kept 7i; pS F 1 ra lor9 kv DhaA raitn du nA l4 onrtd It. and for the next three-quarters of Cream ol Spiiurh. .r'.:
: before they can gin a licence. Is | coming until 9 o'clock. a- tW Oo brew end brD4 aor w, an hour we all including CI'o.jotoot. Bl'CS D'oartsta: ..
/: It my fault that I happen to live on j Eves before playing I bean U4 N ; t+ d Sardine Turnip n'erints Ghttins! Pt.4te
supper '-1 4 i iii A mw ba. as pro.nlsed nt Hi, Iip had plenty to do to keep the breath of : J'E'.U
the straight rond from Kentucky to j with great spirit There was a room life: agoing. The snow was drifting walnuts,
Bellsboro? Of course mints a handy f I girth tip to it Indeed, since not a few I |st \)| W r F % EM. P ACDtktl.{ I I wtky! and of the track so well beaten Mutton Cutlets. lr'm'e! >l. nh r.....,.,. ,

place to them young folks. All they I of the cumitauy had religion: scruples I In the sheltered part of the road. Potato rmijuritca. '..
do is to have the license walt 1 kJ : Roast (:arse. A-pie S u>"'. .
got to I II against even a reel By and by. when I Dot a' ff''tlgl'nlS! to be seen. Hy the Idutoea a la Crrme. Sweet l'nt.1trid.. X.

the tables were cleared there would lie i XV \.* 'iyrvV time we bad got over the broad lack Lemon I'uneh. ,, 4 '
i A J*"* \ *
dancing.'in.uutsstd': of the hm! I anti down into the valley ?In 64HK. i
was the life of every which the deuctm's house was! situated wild Duek i U Porter;:etc, > ,., -_
Greta ,'W; 4 la Frantai.e' S.kj. r
thing. Ills father: eyed him a* bt.wut tin htiRi.ui rt-iiifrs In the
party weremore .";"1Ii.
about smiling! shaking! hand, settingeury : : '" -- tin! half! frozen while Crook- Brandied Fruit let- Crram.Bixiupfurt .. '.

} 1 I IJ It one at lively ease! string: : to (".- A STOCKING LUNCHEON. size ml stocklnss. They waia.nod a foot wit.. t., arty exliausted. Once In the ('b....,... t'cSf Ittscein, .t.t I iDCC'n
; J It I Ir t'rytltn! ; and seemin to make friendly I .shiiii-| gift cf Mime kind for every gil! shelter! ayin.: however we quickly '
!J $ :Norel Idea for a fbrUtman Party A L\ POnmAISL-Tale a wild service a pleiisiinwith: ever :growingpriile. pin-scut: either! a tblmlrte. letter ov>,'UtT. .
\Vltb Saota Claim In UtiUruce. r chop the !tit,,rl, liter and Inward > r. :- irtlS "
: There were no hK;tessi-s.' l>t-arl Ianid knife or a ..t; 'kliD. Ik>- three ale'!"ti, prprHT. and jll lih :t' ai'J .
"We can't ask one of our kin women The followiux description; .11 hit."t- lueen! red candles burning under rod! jump ol fre"b butlir. knead ihc wine ;'l tit* -
I to help! without madding: : all the! rest" mss lunchtun will "btuelcouiiti.: I u.n slia.lch l low j.:1Jss.nstlt held mo or yI. 4 a fork and 1uS it into the smote. rut i ii t;"a k', -' -
the squire bad. saM to Tennessee. j sure by tbosi- who di-!.'" a novtl I way more (carnations placed at diii'u-il I I gads nwruiii a purr ..t '.klli tu ",t' ";< 'ilea -
apertutv. I"mik I in the [>*>{> s rate an1 'f'l up ,-
: Still; the supper w-a< tniraenlous.l: of entertaining their! fro-atls at Tlirist l'OI'nl'I"S.1''tllhlo,1 In swiku. Large !ikrwi-; then roll the dark in a rlrth 1 a .: tie it 5
: I'.lack\ Peggy: rose to the OPI.II'I; unIt! ) mss, time It was gilrn last year l I.y I I sparkliu; cut '..as- bonk were piled round and round with a Mnny: t...-.. i uf''t it ,_
, 1 1I of her life. "Y all ;'eau 'way. :Mars- a young woman to the IIU-UIMTS! of h.'f I with fruit and dowers allot in nests tit into buiiiiicbait cater and ,....1< ii ",,' ,0: M y -
'llul .
'nurr the cloth! and "ne cm a h, i I.ilh'! A.arni -
j 1 Squire. Ij4'abe! Ills ,gene ter me and i crei-u spun sugar basket! resembling .
I club and as all! were full of the OUT li of lemunAncirnt u..ill(!.
I : Tennessee." she had! said. .. stockings were tilled with boulxjus or .
, riiiifiils of the Christmas
1 The ft'"ult"u,; n table shapr-d! like season tlitythoroughly suited nuts I' MENU FUn CHRISTMAS: l':.Y-Il.
l :
\ I the letter Z. draptnl; in wht! caii.indidwith ; enjoyed the fun pnparedfur : Later' after the delightful: repast, }
... them. I tvlebrate the birth
of the UvmAnd .
I I evergreens: lighted; with many: the girls! ;gathered In the parker and N
r I I tier return of tht Saturnul r in,
# The decorations in the dian: !
,. candles and showing! nil down the mid-! # room hud a darning contest. They weregien Sdj aura: aw 4-aruli rung at emy tiiruf.
.. I Y rile a row of bii!: i II..I l cakes brave io' more especially of the taiiltHere tit I I needles darning cotton and frviuiniiivftucT; on tank" "....J will te

I"I WANT A BIO PART CHRISTMAS FVR" |. holly and cut paper trimtuinas. HI"I I original as they were approprUte to ,j: litocklnlllfllb holes cut In Clil'111lId & \ \ \)). .: nun," Z Y
> for 'em. and they're married hard! and sides! all that pile of cut cake at least the occasion. Stack.u; were here j I: told that they could have l.'i: ciinutwH i -L"Itfet; :

fast as well as a preacher could do It. ; a dozen sorts tlnre wen nuts candles. there, everywutrithe cakes! cream i II; to show their skill In darnlo:. Wbcu I j \ : .,' DIVNVB.Oinscmme: .' n._
ef 1 do say it myself, time they've been fruit In pyramids big bowls of wine anti dfcoratious as much u.t possible re-1 I, the time was up. a01E' nm taken |I F l-nntannier. !
... k
half an hour on Tennessee dirt." | jl'lIotllt'r |H\\IS of ambrosia and panting! that forui. j i to see who merited the prise, the lucky | Fit- Cck-nr' Caturv. R.idt.hcsFried

, .'M' "S'posln! your Tennessee should run all merely as supplement! to hot oysj Cows: were !laid for 13.; In front j i young; wpmao receiving; a beautiful I i Su|Smelts>n'nw id aui Partriilges.Frtneb Kine! limbs: -

/\ away"- the squire's brother began. j ters. react turkey. n.."t pig! steaming. of each a jolly old Santa Claus. ma'II'1 i I t.ftlt'I1l21r. For the knitter who did tit! | Pew with fn-tn Uutter. -

'I "VVhere'd he run toV" the squire interrupted I coffee and eaten Mscult."Say. I of confectionery, was weighted! 1 down poorest woi>k then was a photograph( ", rortiA'T 1'DEIi5TJCD: w HV,. SFIE FLCSH- Rum Punch.illliJuuk r
.,-.' pointedly. "I boar old man squire nn wonder you ain't : not by his usual pack but by a red 'of a stocking with a big bolt' in the! /' u \TWlV. Yoait Jiwk 1 *. funaiit J.-n11.

.- Milam's about as shy as I am over the kern after a housekeeper.! Tom Tur- stocking eoutniuiiijr ilclk-ious t':1I1I1It. heel aud a man gazing at it with uplifted thawed out :aud by the time we reached U'ttut Cream Salad Chev with,.. En. -Gtram. _
match. That's one thing makes me I nor said as be took his thlnl help of The name card consistiu! of a square hands plainly showing bin d!* time ill-aeon's we were all In faitlycomfortable .

so mad. Thinkln of that old kildee, i roast pijr. wl.ite oanl edged Mtli ,Kill: had an artistic gust at the sight.: 1! ..r.n III' lIa; in Plum Pudding in Burnlnjt Brand/ .i -

mighty nigh as mean as a horse thief i, Jim Wilson at his elbow nn.lgt-d; him sketch of a chimiu-y huuz with The :gut-j siug game waa' exdk'mely'Rnutsing. : i! "Our stay :H the 1It'II'.II'Un.lt' quite Bonbons.oeurHTFrultt. Coif,,. I _
he Is darn to object to his gal's mar sharply saying! In a stase whisper. stockings' : hdoa suita!>!e :greeting .\ IJroll'ilIUt'' ikn.stock! n-i xrt'iit: an iuipirssiun t>u my memorya ,

ryln a Jordan." ;] "Ain't you pot !sense: enough to know and ou tinith'r side a name aiJ date In;:. stuffed 1 full and Imni-n It sxe.! the Joru'jr there. The deaconouucd FRENCH SWEET DKSil>:RT.-A Fwmb t..w| -
"I always told you thar was sin Inquarttr squire and Tennessee ain't naiiiln that Suspended from the chandelier I'.v gnyIy was; laid upon the table and the gii.."m a sawmill! and did a general !cssrrt for Chrutnus U mite ircd fruit .iuddine.!
New Year's lunberini.: business; -not racin. You and old man Milura subject no more until I colored ribbons! were favors NbaM-U| were Infonnwl that they were to tell : ItI '
quarreled over It 20 years back." William I "I ouchter;: 'a' knowed. I never like stockings.! nnu'.c <.f pale ;:rt'l':1 silk: what was Iniide by mt-n-ly fwilnf! : great stiatn mills with circle saws, of '.!.am bur in i ounnt stone of jar candied with a rbtmei cup .f gwi.M cut :in sLrny half. -Sri:

Jordan said meditatively.The I thought. Tom said. with lace about the by,. mind exquisitely It. Each one was given! A sheet of paper later yiars. bat a primitive mill with 1110 ouutn of Candied aprivol rut in !.,,rte b1Ia .
squire; snorted a bit. "lie bet The squire! had walked away without (taintiHl bprays of holly adorn.-d each and! pencil aud was allowed 13 minutes upright\ !: saws: operated l with an old! .ind oar ounvC: of candied citron ibo' -d aye -
I Jim liKik tl after him fash! iii-d 1 undershot wheel. "t this ran.lmi fruit stand in the *IKTfor: 1J. y J
me $10 on that skewbald of his. and answerine. one. Upon close in"| -.-tion these "lit- to record guesses.! The prize for water I "KIn.t the end of thii
tame mike
and said: "It's a plumb shame he won't tie U-auties" to be sachet hags. list the spent the afternoon in the mill watchIng v't' Teat'f
then claimed he'd won because my proved : the most correct wan stocking ( ice cream using one pint ol rich ..!'!. lC1aIith
saddle turned." be said. "That shows I be rii'ouclled to Petty Milam but RUin: from a mass of green in the and contents and as the stocking;:! was the logs as they were fed to the the Cocks! of tour t m anti one lir.ret Dtaar.
r, the plzen meanness of the bm-d." worse I Ix-llfve for him and Tenties-! center of the table was a shapely but full of comical toys of all klu.I the! '! rasping saw. which slowly though : ifrat this rtutard o>t* tV f -u- S>..

I "Well Betty can't help that. She'll I I see to git at cross and pile. They're I, diminutive Christmas tree lighted by vveliW; of It caused peak tC Liusaler. I steadily, ato tw way from cud to end ol minutes cjua, stirring and krest-; it conauin..ly, tnldl..alt.. ux .Ta4 x: -
small wax tapers and loaded with doll Burn ViuaistA SACKETT. -( :

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I : Same Pertinent Question For Mr. Household Mewing ]Jlacnines a.
Sage to Amwer. ,
The Bent Meuiue Made, Liglit! .Ronoiog and ; t rNoiwhbs
will be to know yf ':;J
i.: The"country./ glad -;
Take Away the Young I Man's that Russell Sage approves of the gov UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. __ ___ ;I -t,

J ; Opportunity. ernment bond purchase. Mr. Sage says Sole Agent for the famous Wall Truo3.fat,;
that the financial) world is saved froma tresses made to order.', A Complete -
Will be run in up-to-date manner. line of ,
disastrous panic, says! the New York
TOWS or OHAIDLER AID DEPEW. News. We would like to put a few Excellence of Cuisine a alty. TJ HE; 4 .iFUHNIT

questions to Mr. Sage, who was a Mc- urn II>!r.iflt Hoik RototaI'drrs.hoth l llr
Kinley partisan in 1S%: How Is It that Wholesale"ml Krtml. \>a\iy\ hinges friim $ft ni -

1, F werfml CampetttloaEnormous OombliatloB Crash Capital, Oat, the country Is so nearly on the vergeof t atQS, $2.50 to $3.00 pr
a panic that an addition of $28.000- I
Enable* Them- t. Cnderiell the : i V
1 000 to the circulating medium is necessary off Oak Dim-r anilifil
Wr have a ronsijrnizH-nt
if i Small llaaaf&etare-aoBopol the to avert disaster? SEAGLE & BURNNAMPRop's I Km-Leistl.ut weal be stoat very low.Ve r .
f Eae.r.of the People. ,
Was not McKinley the advance agentof hat die the Kauioui III reload and llainlilt-r trrleYlats. '
The meaning Is exactly what I have prosperity? j \ _
said, that.Mr. Depew does understand Have not $COOO.OUUXK In stocks and i
F prrial attention given t<> our Mall Orders.
: i well better than most men thu '
a> or- ------ ;
bonds, mostly New Jersey born bleu We Gnrantee Sstlshtrtlunlsah( in goods and f
evil effects of combining capital engaged
,{ floated within is:: months? Splendidly Situated, facing LakeAvrtboppo6ite t'rll'Pli. I all on us, or neml id your orders to
In production against small producers HO TEL
: said Senator Chandler in a recent Would we have had a repetition of Hotel Royal Poin- 15 and 17 Laura SL,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ONLY, i6.00I
m the reaction of ISIKi were the government -, I ciana. I
address. Mr. l>epew on Dec. 14. -
i ISC. before the Interstate commerce not well to do and able to bolsterup \ Enlarged: Improved and f' tlipp. D. E. COOLER MTg Co.

commission of the' of a waning stock market? with Conveniences. .
speaking men
J JII /ed ip-todate ----- r-
email capital, the firm of little means Would the government be well to do THE

composed generally of young men bad not sources of federal revenue rkIIi1lli: ) Rates $2, $2.50, $3 per Day New Goods..Winter Styles and Fabrics
whose friends believing in their en- been broadened to meet the probable

erfcy. enterprise and honesty, have ad- emergencies of a foreign war? \\Fnr Special Weekly Katts address! COMIV.S: IX EVERY DAY AT THEHONEST

t vanced money that they may go Into Suppose the surplus reserve In Washington West Palm Bead Florida, ruE PALMS, West Film Beach.: ,,-M i E
bwlness," very' pertinently and forcibly now was only $lOw 4).000. PROFIT HOUSE !
+ said: Would Secretary Gage dare to let go

i "Just see the frightful competition of nearly $30.000.000 even to oblige his Our Lady Patrons are united to call and inspect( our Yew
t i they have to contend with. This great friends the money changers of Wall THE EHRMHN H USE Patterns and shapes in Fall and Winter Goods.
,! If ; concern with its enormous capital street? .
E goes into a town and In order to get In another place Mr. Sage says that Is now open for Winter Travel. --- ------- r
the-buslne88 to crush out Its weaker I Gage's action "opens up the avenues of BEST 0V ACCmUlODATIOSS.-T.\BLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
and that who have cash Recognizing the demand in West Palm
competitor, will undersell him and be- money people -B tha in Con.n.eetlon.-
,, cause of its vast business la enabled to to lend are not afraid to let It go when Rates Reasonable. Shn.rt Distance from the Depot. ; Beach for
I I. they know the government Is ever
undersell him. lie cannot help him-
.. to Address Mrs. S. E. BARMAN, WEST PALM J BEACH FLA.-
Bulf. ready help them
"Every one of these small men has Why should the government help Good Ice at Reasonable Bates,

to go to the wall It's a mere question people who have cash to lend? If a

) of, time when this big firm will absorb capitalist foolishly stakes speculators *f Courteous Treatment of All Patrons
and ruin them alL" who put up collateral securities that
I afterward slump to a value below the ,
Later on he says that "in five years
l i i t from today there will not be an Independent original loan what business Is it of NEW MANAGEMENT, The Arctic Ice Works
the ?
: business man In any large or government's
: In any considerable place In the United As a matter of fact. Mr. Sage makes FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. ,
} States. Every business will be In a mistake common to Republicans by ,
-- -
!4. that It Is the 'nuaent's -- OF MIAMI FLORIDA .
the hands of a strong consolidated ort Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Setsice.The : ,
1 gaplzation which Is called a trust It duty to give financial assistance to individuals .

11I t will destroy all opportunity for Independent whereas It is the 111111\"!duai's Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. Have made arrangements to carry a full
duty to give financial assistance to
+ that rise energy of young or men competition which we or have for the governmentMr. Tale car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. 1-21-99 supply of Ice which will be delivered to '

t boasted has been of the Sage Is quite certain: that Presi- -- -- --- I
one great opportunities all parts of town promptly and regularI
dent has assured his
McKinley own
i f I of this
I I These opinions country.being Mr. Depew's re-election by becoming a bond broker ( XXXXXKKKXXXXH>-( ly. We will endeavor to merit your I
I deliberate Judgment when he was a and enabling Wall street sharers to 2 BURKHARDT'S December 21, 1899.
I railroad president of will lead clean up $43.000.000 within 24! hours.A patronage.
I course Take several Children a few S\vcelnieas: and t home Bon

I i him. BOW.business that and be has engaged abandoned wholly private In- DANGEROUS DELUSION. S lions. and Mix there's judiciously' EMILE D. //MECHY( Manager. .

the public service to become a leader ,

; In the opposition to the enormoustrusts Confidence In Party Leaders lay Go' -- _. _
-- -- --
Be>'ond art'ty. A MERRY XiYIAS -- ----
and monopolies which are now
being formed all over the United We are called upon[ dally by newspaper .. Established 1875

States and which will soon crush out organs of the administration and FOR YOU !
Individual enterprise.I by political favorites of President McKinley William A. Bours & Co.

I [ great danger Is that trusts and to have confidence In his good We'll help you at a trifling cost. One pound of the Clinic-eft ,
I monopolies. with the money power ness'and judgment and all will be Cream Hon Bons in a pretty carton, 20 els.
t: them forward, will take welL This mush may lie very good Grain
I pressing possession Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
t of the Republican party and diet for Republicans, but Democratsire ,
lead it on 'to defeat in 1900. juore jealous of their own judgment NUTS, RAISINS, TREE ORNAMENTS, Etc.

Mr. Depew will be a great tower of and remember concerning confidence Please note andcomparrourCandiPswith usual kind offered at 20e No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.- JACKSONVILLE, FtA.

strength In the efforts which It Is necessary In public men what Jefferson __ --_- -
to make to save the Republican mid: L. W. BURKHARDT Hud GrocerieR
from such Learned. "It would be a dangerous': delusion We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of
a catastrophe -
party i r
and heartI were our confidence In tip plan .of oq' Store 'Phone No. a. Residence! 'Phone No. J. Corn
earnest eloquent single Hay, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,
choice to silence our ton tar tb
I ed In his political devotion to the coun-
try and Its Interests. as against singleor safety of our rights. Confidence to Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .
local Interests, Mr. Depew can everywhere the parent of despotism.Free .
government is founded in jealousy -- WIIOLESALE-
I' doubtless do more than any ottyer man
to make the Republican party the and not confidence, which prescribes B. M. POTTER State
Agents! Tygert-AIIen Fertilizer Co.
: friend of the people, of the small manufacturer limited constitutions to bind ,
I the small dealer the email down those whom we are obliged to Star Brand FeruGzerGnarntterd; An-ilyM i i.. Orange trer and Vegetable Fertilizer. Par
ground I'.one Nitrate NO ta. Muriate of 1'oUsn,
trust with power. Our constitutionhas IVinhh.uipliiite Kanit,etc. Thctii Kcr I
producer, the honest young businessman -1JKAI.EU 1\I tilUcre have no SMipeiicr, in the :Market And a trial 1m convince.
of limited( means who is in dangerof accordingly; fixed the limits to Send fAr Cataloziie.V'rco- toq.aThe
l which ancl'no further our confidencemay
extinction under conditions.
r In this great work present which Mr. Depew go. In questions of power then Grain Feed Fertilizers ---- --- -- -_._- ._ --

has undertaken I fully expect to be a let no more be hoard of confidence iu Hay, Florida Central
I bumble follower. Theoretically the senators man. but bind him don from mischiefby
are all equal;;practically two senators the chains of the: constitution." SOr! LESS THAN SACK LOTS.)
from a small state have nothing Let any honest advocate of confidence -

,. like the power which belongs to senators in party leaders remember the Close Prices (fu Gash Terms Strictly Cash, '
from great states like New York. recent acts of the present administration \ and Peninsular R. R.
Pennsylvania.. Ohio and Illinois. In respect to the press ra the Philippines I

When it Is understood that the sal and the attempt to suppress OfFICE IN PALMS BLOCK. J
ration of the Republican party depends free speech in this country: let him Warehouse in West End Freight Depot. Test Palm Peach, l'i?. Unexcelled: Service from FLORIDA to all points

upon making it the party of the Ponder over the nature of imperialism
% people as againstthe baneful Indu end despotism as inniiiffsted by the NORTH, EAST AND WEST.Two I
and monopolies leaders of the IlcpuUicans.: and then
ences of trusts therewill BUDDED CITRUS
o j be no difficulty in maintaining! let him say candidly nhethxr it was TREES train daily between TAMI'A. JACKSONVILLE, !SAVANNAH f

popular control*ot the organizations! not wise to fix In the eoustltutlon.lim- -RAISED ON- and COLUMBIA, canning Pullman Drawing Boom Sleeping Car, t

i 4 and conventions of the'party In most its to the government It created and connecting at Columbia with sleepers for 1

I f-4 I of the states and In the nation and under whether we should lie wl.se In destroy .SPRUCE PINE RIDGE.
such conditions Mr. McKinley will Ing those limits or in tamely allowingany Washington
I man or body of men on earth to Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and ,
be re-elected with hardly a show of opt Baltimore,
I tk ?: position. override them for the! sake of party ex, ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Bach, Fla. i
t 'J pedlency.-Jeffersonian Democrat.A Philadelphia and ,
1 --- -- ----- --
j f 1 FALSE LIGHTS. DRIFTING -- New York. > I

The Adal.letratloa Aett a. Aseat of -- Also with Cincinnati sleeper, via Asheville j
I'' I Wall Street Wrecker lIIeKtaledmIDI.tratioD Lack. > I
In an able financial article The Tribune -
Courage and UeeUlon.
points out: The Portland Oregonian one of the CLEj1 G. STROI-IM\ I-Xl-e Flyer Through Sleeping j JACKSO.NVILLE: and

I First-That In times of Inflation and oldest and most Influential Republican $ DEALER IN : $ Car Route between I SAINT:' LOUIS

overspeculatiou the rising money rate newspapers of the Pacific coast, seems -\" \-

t .J' la a'Wlnaer signal, warning men not to have become weary of bolstering up i Lake City,

I to borrow for speculative purposes andt the corruption of its party" for in a $ Staple and Fancy Groceries $ Macon: ,
t preventing the "outside public" from late Issue Editor Scott denounces President Atlanta,
rushing on the rocks. McKinley for his sins of
I commission Chattanooga and
Second.-That the rising money rate and omission and says: Grain and all Food Supplies. ,
; .
which moved the administration to the "The McKinley administration has

I I25.UUU.UUU bond call was just such a made most disgraceful appointmentsto -4COUNTFY connections for KANSAS CITY, CHICAGO, and all points in the Xorth-
t valuable danger signal. office at the behest of unscrupulous west.Through.
Third.-That at no time during the politicians. It has betrayed the civil PRODUCE sleeping-car service between JACKSONVILLE and NEW ORLEANS
i tightness" was the rate for moneyraised service to the spoilsmen paralyzed the via River Junction and I'eusacoli.
Always Fresb, Kept in S'ock. Full information on application to of this
t where the borrower had good organization of the army, violated Its any Compauy.

i security to offer, but only where the most sacred trust and discredited Your Patronage Solicited -- A. McDONELL, L. A. SHIPMAN .
security was Industrials of doubtful American intelligence and valor in the ,
value. West) Beach Fta. Gen'l Passenger Agent. Ass't Gen. Pass'r Agt
eyes of the civilized world. In a time -I-U palm ,
Fourth.-That, to use The Tribune'sexact for courage It has inailed. In a time
language, "last week a mighty for decision It has hesitated. In a
i wave of confidence Impelled by the time for action it has delayed. In a "

: power of Washington. swept in and time for honest dealing it has faltered --- --- --- ; OCEAN StE i SHIP! COMP t iik
: overwhelmed call money rate, bearing and equivocated. Its policy has beento I
on its crest the barks of the public' drift. Its aim has been to placate Do You Want aWe .

and carrying them far up tbe shore everybody however unworthy and STEA BOAT? : SAVAITNAH LINE"
toward the market place." cater have them to Sell,and if w< have
to everything, however mis Ifl 1
Nut a pleasing picture, this, is it? It chievous. Its course has been to sacrifice none Just what 011 hau'l)ou! to W811t.uit,we can build PART RAL.! PART SEA_-
i shows the administration as the agentof and vital t
any every interest of the
Wall street wreckers at their bidding Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from
I nation on the altar of partisan and personal We are also Prepared

"the public"banging on out to false the rocks lights of to overconfidence lure- politics." To Furnish...__ _______ ____..____..m _--..... Florida to New York, Boston and the East.

and overspeculatlon. The
worst' of It is that Mr. Gage on Tuesday The Very Moon Alive. Outfits for Irrigation.Write SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH
I Washington Post is very much Pumping ,
said that the administration would
I i afraid that the Democracy Is lesert-: hence via Ship sailing from Savannah.
I be doing just this very thing If it Issued -

.. ,that bond calL And on Wednes- Ing Jefferson, and yet.says if the the principles Atlanta Constitution formulated -- Our or call Line on that us for:you Anything need. in Four Ships Each Week to NEW York Two to Boston
I day Mr. Gage was down on the beach Jefferson
by were incapable ofdevl'loplor
( waving the false lights vigorously. By / with the development of Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. All ticket agent and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules

whose. ordersV-New York World. the republic. they would have been ,I i call on Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom resenatidns, or

dead long ago. The fact that they are JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville I
H. HINTON Traffic
t Mode ClTlllien. WALTER
very much alive ought to convince any HAWKINS,
f England uses lyddite and dumdum body that they are not mere outlines 114"98 rBOPRn.TUH Marine Railways I SAVANNAH, GA. Gen'l Agt Traffic Department
I ,
'i ballets no doubt to extend civilization and t figure! of doctrine. 224 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, :FLA
t =4 Sg31y ,
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Topic For the Meek, Beginning Dee sttiKIN'S'BAZAAR NEW CROP SEEDS

24-Coiument l>r I *v,.?,JI. Doyle For the Week BerfimlBK2J. Dee ..Sowing.
t Tunc..0ur .-i.truth''f.-UI b.. It '9,1if. 0. LESSON XIH-FOURTH QUARTER, INS fOur Royal Orothe.es.

;: (A C'brirt DillS nuet1i.) TERNATIONAL SERIES, DEC. 24. ileb. .. 1-lM Ill. 6. Finest stocks of Cabbie, Cauliflower Celery and Lettrce Black i

The intent and purposo of. theJwok Golden and.\'lll-ntir.c\\'ax Biais ; Georgia and Florida Rye ; Texas- "i. .

"Heir of all things." and Florida Rust Proof O..ts. C .'Write for price list. .-
of Hebrews are to point oit the rt-la- Tnt of the wilson, lea. Ix. -,- -.,. .

tion between the Old Testament dispensation ''ory Verses. O. 7-OodeM Text. There is great fascination In the '
Luke L CAMEROn Seedsman 125 East! Bey Street JACKSONY1LIE FIA[ -
U. I thought of omninf into inheritance ,
the Oommenfnry
and New and to show the Prepared by the ,

superiority of the New over' the Old. Uer. D. 51. Stearns for which some one else has kiborel THE ONLY CEPA n1ENT STORE : .

, This is done by proving the superiorityof [Copyrisbt. 1S93. by D. M. Stearns. The leitmrs ansi luxury end opportnal-

of t, the minister of the New dispensation 2. The people that walked in dark ties given by wealth are very attractive,

' over the minister of the noss have seen a great light." The Hjly and those who are able to command 'Plant System'r rJ

OW-anyrils, MIUOH, Aaron and the ?.)!iit says liy Matthew that tbt'rt'11.. them in early life often seem to blot HfACQIJARTERS fQi

a fulfillmotit of this and the p.-evloc* more enjoyment out or them than tboiwwhohiv --.- -- -
r priesthood. la this; fiiit chapter -
verse when Jesus left Nazareth and len life of toil before
Eprnt a
the writer argues the saperiority of :{ THRCS SKIPS A 'WSEK TO K5Y WEST AND HAVANA.korthixmnd .
Christ over angels. mil superiority is aloe and dwelt m Capernaum (Math. tv. they have bet able ta afford the com CLOTHhYG.0 : ; ,

riiuwn to lie in the fact that while theangels 13-10). The first verse, according to the forts of lire. There In mach of pride if -Br 4DOTfii. _I 1 Time Tablo in Effect I I I'onlhbonnd-lil'lIol t-L- 1 i
U. \. says that in the former time lie No 7Nn.S Ko. 3Z Jane 11, '! Central'No. 27\. No. 35 ,. 21 ; ,_s
not of however, to whichone Ko.et3u.,.
of God are lniliist ring arrogance Meridian limi 1.d I Iaa1:3
spirits or b'ollht :ii.DIUI 1 hail_ I((90th ) j Ut-ly Vu'f I I ;
attendant worshiiiers at the Son's ad into contempt the land of Zvbn- is liaLLs who inhtrita wealth instead ..... 7 (OrJlj! 7 OOFJI Lv. ...Fort Ta i pa.--Ar. J 10 SOPJ 10 i '7 351*.... .

vent. Christ is associated with lun end Xuphtali. Lilt In the latter time of taming it. Thuee who get .... :r.s..,....t- ... ILv. Tampa Bay iloitl.Ar.iLr. .....!.....'.....d.Tb' ...\.-...
God in hath lie made it gbriuu.s Iu! A FEW LEADERSFOR _... iW 7 S.PI 7 35PJI T3D1pt..Ar. .....10 OOPJI 111 00i'J1. 7I,.,..... .
His majesty a sharer Ilisverlastiii!{ ufwayabiings mach with little exertion we aU> liable .... .1.1)1 W.1I1| 0 OOPJI II 6O5Y Lv. ... Lftwlaud .. Ar. ..... 84..'' II 4oP5: : 51.a ,..... .
throne. The desolation and aCictlon. but the to lw envied by many who ar? obliged .... Sal. 13 33P.i ,'0 "')P.III4Ji'JI Lv. .Ki. unnlte..Al' ...... 7 261'\1, 3 5d 5,._... '
angels savants. Christ >is -n l lltfii
is a Kin ., to &) without the things which large ... ..L., .. .1 1 WU 11 3.WI11 SUM Lv. .. Winlt.r 1'ark..Ar. ...... .; '645PJI' 3 :a.J._...
1. Christ born Apart from Him i is darkness bat lit Is wealth can impply. Eurthly heritage ......, 7 UOJI 2 S PII'I I 12 4i1Jl12 451 Lv. ... SanKud ... Ar.. ..... -0 535f.llj 2 teal?[.-...
was King. Though the Light of the world 3a.d1 the ...... I.IJI; 2UPJI I 23 1 a Lv..Oran.o City Jct. A ._.. g.$ 5 cF.lll '.....
born under the most humble human and legacies ere liable to many irscnmhrancHd lark Blue H. Fr..nthVitI. ._.\\7 3J:5' JSffj: I"'" .......''A .JIo Lard...Lv. ..;.. :: 43Ui'.II._..... ... '
circuniotuncea Christ uritttioo. The proPhet l yet was u King sees not only the awful! reality of l' oitra than wnatt- Silk Faced Douhle' -lilei -ted tact lioooaa 1 MM"": 5 10?* ; 4 lO.ul Lv. ; ...l'sdia.! .. Ar..115T &P11103P11 i. J5p 1
i's are mire
by birth in that He was tha Son of tllOOUij' s 05=J1 i .' ?JtU04tll s j'.u! 5 LnircenC.VdSpriiipAr. .. .'ln: .tI13 OIiI'JI V 4irJIt5Ia-i '
God, who is King of kings and Lord of present distress and its C.VUMfnit b*> balanced by their tmrdens To IM heir \uit, or Dark Blue Imported Tliib 3 Mt.\\ 8 OlfJImiOFH SSUUI 5 29m Lv. Jlagm.l'a S'ltines.Ar.! ....Ilg' flJl ....:. Its o7P1 !
II 7 COP* 6401* 0 4D&a.Ar.JACAsON VILLELv. .. 1 ie'a' 8 2oP1h)4) O.P*
also the .
bees glorious future of the nation or hoirei-rt of great estates doM not of Pt Silk Factd Dnulle Bruitf-I' ': 1f
lords. Ancestry,.and not burronndings whoa: shall ri-iipj i :=.-:::: soouf ._.... ..... Lv. .IVtergtiuri. ._ 12 3u1.II,-f.1.- .
at birth, makea royalty. The child of a a king tihttbtvnraothe itself insure happiness or well being.; ;ark Suit, trimmed ...... .._..I S41U6MU ._.... ..._ILv...._ air..Ar. _....'112055..... .....1.....
Lord alone be r rltud atd the people Too many times- ruin follows for soul and (ini.lle l the @ ..... ..... ...... ." "ILv. .1arpo.nl'pnoSAr. ..... 10:4P5.......... ...... I
king Is royal born no matter what maybe themselves IKall risMeosa and Riches instead of < very 12 50 .....!..... O 4.jlJl..... ......|Lv. ....Trilby .... Ar. ..... 'I OOI'JI..... ..-.,..... .
-the outward sarroandifcgv of his 1chap. body. may cnrse hest, only tl J I ..... .._.. is 11:.... ... Lv. .... Lrosimrz .Ar. ...... 513111.... -.. .- .. t
birth tern xsiii. 1; ii. 11. 17: Ix. 21.1 Ii tee blest Uirth cannot secure worth and t; oou..... OJJI..... ......L. v. ..? Ofala Ar. ..... 3 4UF5.. .... ..... :fJ'JI I \
and no amount of exteruJ royal livers were fill'Nt with the Spirit, the Some iuipcisiiile to worth not !Itjq than j 17.;(U.) 10?*,.... ..... Ar. ... Gaiuravio.! Lv. .._.,. 1 UOrJl ." ''' ... 113ur1
trappings would e the child of any Hii.v! whit live .u.lvulk iii Uakicss. ability things are COM...... ......''Lv. ... (iaiiietrvillo....Ar. ....... ...1.......... .. i
un;( < tliose born heirs to great I) K.'s-ion HUT Jerrty Quito plumed -.4' .2 OIFJI_... .......,'Lv.... Ilswth..rne..Ar. ....-. I 13PJI'..... ... "'" awry t
other a kingly child Christ is the Son v\('i.M! MH- tic! tight of Chi j""t iu our iivn Ioys' I
things of great valat tochuraoter. KU...... .. Ar. lka..Lv. .... .115151..... .... 1"7 2'1
of God. By birth therefore, though iM.,th. v. Itii. some Jesus is heir of all things, in all in gold "l-raid or red hi aid at $2 00 OJi'...... :.."Il'ArJMKSOXviLLVxv! ? .... _I 9 %..IJI... .....- tr'S ,I I1
'1-- -- -
born in the humble hanger at Bethlehem. S. "TLt-y joy In-fore Thee according t. are the inest( lineDOUGLAS I'1't:1J. 3 45P -... 8 OOP-1-* ..... S Ou15 Lv. JACK VILLEAi 12 SOUIU 9 ooif; 80 PJlI."'' '
worlds and in all because He in Jon ..... IQrV....... Ar. ... .._.
He is the joy in tam t. The U. V. says ii ages S4JP* 10 945111 W.Sc.U8II..Lv. SUrJI, 6 1DU U UOJI, 5 :.11. -
; a King. Son of the Eternal God. Bat how different 7 t45..-...'lt 2. Christ as King sits upon a throne the first cl.i'i.-e, "Thall: hast j ini-ie-ifcct! SHOESin 8 45M :2)U ..._.13 G:* Ar. .... Savai-uai ....Lv. II u5Ps1 3 ZC1* 8 4JUi 3 CaJ,....... '
the ju1'111'1) the (Lout Delivvre.foit is His fitness to obtain und use ...+---------1- JJU .... 4 a?* Ar. 2 Cbarlestin... Lv. f3 OOP ll1JPJI 6 Ji1Jl.... ; ..... .r
His throne is the throne of God. It is 'i bringing! light and I'fe and htvtlth. these than can be the case with any '"'' ....t 7 2JJlI .... 3 231 Ar.37MUAT.H Richmond.. Lv. .-.. SOiiV 7 3055 .....1 .....
\ an everlasting th'Oll"Th) throne, 0 iacrcasnl it twill br ..,. .. ii so* ..... Wa liiDf.on ..Lv. ....13"W 3 46i'\I. 'I.! ....
the joy UHL.be other Higher than all tinsels all shapes and ctylef. ... ::: .... _... 4
God is forever andever. It is throne person 1 O5..8 201 Ar. g \ Baltimore .Lv. 2 501 : .
e lastb.i; joy. They shall btaiu joy and archangel in nature the very image ..... .... 3 53ai|.....: 13 Sal Ar.. l'biladelpbia..Lv ..... 12 t5111 OOPJI..I..- -... .
of which is the .... York... .. .....!....... ;
,nghteon nefc3 k. ptll. and gladness and "'Irrotud "uhinj .. 6 Gal Ar. a Dew Lv. 8 "sri t II %as. : ;
"A scepter of righteousness is the scepter shill flee a>vay. The Lord stmil Iw the:, of the Divine parson having all His WEST PALM BEACH. _.... ..... 3 53a5'.1-COP I Ar.ti ..Boston ... Lv. _.... : _tl OO'J1U_ ..,-..... f

of and their God their: glory and brightness the very Maker ..... -30 151 Lv. ... Wt.vcnxw ..Ar. .... 5 .A. .0'J..h1., : ....... -
Thy kingdom. ereil.istini light of the world He has all wisdom pow ...... .......1: 45JUIJ. .. 12 45fl Ar. ....Tiftou ....Lv. :..... 3 201* ... :.. 1JF ..... '
8. Christ as.a Kin; pwsest-es a king glory tl a. xx.\v. 10: !1:1:. 10)). July 1 i. ..... .n... 4 1511 :.,... 4 15R*Ar. ....Macou ....Lv. ..... 1150;. ...... 1! 2CU'......
dom. He is not without the Laud and be'oie the Lord is there er and excellent goolnellHe h mows GEORGE NICOLL __.n_ .... 7 2511...... 7 L5PJ,Ar. ...AtlauU.... Lv. ...... 3J.'....., 7 Un:...__
a King a king ... .. .. .. .... ... ......
true j,.). but every Ulievervh<> i io wiU and feels und acts 1111 God bctcau"e lie .. 1 COPY ... 1 GOIJI Ar. .Cnlitanong .Lv. 2 5iji'.II. 3 05Ui.
dom, but a King with one of universal : 6 .... Nashville Lv. 1 9 ,
1.5..1.111 iOUI.Ar. _.I lC.\lf.
in to wal! updhtJ.11t'1i1.'ic' _'list is truly Son of Ood. But than : = :. = =
extent in both tine and space. His ? : more Plain and ...........1 10 30PJIU 051 _....|Lv. .... Waycro ....Ar. 100P4,6 ICW ...... .. .... '
what Graf J 1 says in.iy Lr tiled: ) wii j joyaid Ibis. lie is al.jo; il ai lie "emptied"Himself OrnamentalPLASTERER ...... .....113 fH 12 07J<...... Lv. ... JoIti.nt. Ar. 8 45ei 4 MAX'...... .... ..... .
kingdom is an everlasting kingdom. It pence :n U-ii"vim iKu:::. xv. 1::. divested Hia self tot all that _... .. .'.12 Wa140U' 1 our ... 1Ar.; Vr.l io6ta .Lv. I ;OfJ14 IIU ..... .... ..... .
is a universal kingdom. lie reigns in {;l'll. xui. 1: lIt'\lt. x\i.i 11 ; IV xvi. 11 : '.m...,..... z 2t?., .. :.. Ar ....Thomasvillo Lv. 6 35'3 z tOW ........... ...... .:. ,
heaven and "God hath which would prevent Hiti Wconan aLan ._... ''''',1 810UI830U 930PJI.'....... ...Xluutsoaery. U 2' 7 iI'Ji,.... ... ...... ,..
ulan earth TbiL It.11.). Tie things which will b- under nil bnrir.n Li.iiUoi.rt end ......L....*I I a 4515!.......!Lv..Montg.mey..Ar. 11 Ju 7 25a5.... .....I... ...
bighly exalted Him and given him a tr.c of the nation \\ 111 a tae: kia'd-'m ..... ..... 11 9iMU25U...... Ar..Birminghdiu .Lv. tl42.U141 5P.1t: .... ...._.,....._:!. .
1 name that is above that at j COHH-S way lit- Hue u >.\. iu hv I'SiM'.Seace earthly circniiii-ranciti. He learned oa .... .....I 7 lOUl 6 50UI ..... Ar. ... lniilu ...Lv. 221U 9 fai9 ...... ..._.. .._.. ,
every name when He : we l learn lie felt as we feeL il e pnffiHMl ..... ....... 7 .'. PJ,| 7 20yi J |' 7 OUl Lv...,N.'livilIa..Ar. 2 'OUI,..... II 2cPs..... .
the name of Ji,ns every knee thuuid of the iiuUt'iduul. for jiverhq'uiftiHp" Contracts taken at any put.1n II .... .... 2 301* 12 "SP*12 25P Ar. ... Loai ville...Lv. 9 lIlII,8, 5iJ1!.... :1 25II..... .
bow of things in heaven and things in who thcu lau rj.Lt tio.iMc.wli as we Fcffer lIe met rein temptation .... ..... 7 031, 40Ji' 4 15?* Ar. .... Cmunnati... Lv. 5 ''PJIJJ I COW//....1. 0015.... :; .

I earth and things nnder the earth, and ther against a uatiou or a:ui-t II privation. ?orn. (.[.ju>,uitn. hatred DADE COUNTY.References .:.' =-G s 9A11'9 1.iI fl5Ar..-_\;..i..alu.Lv. 15IIP1I! 7 Pi-, '-;'= i

man only! \.luh( IxxiU The wept i tI love fi'iplity. fricuu hi;* and all .... .....1.Ii.lOr 7 t57 151 Ar. .Nulo 2..Cliicago.. 8 3lPJ1I 45W.$3',5------- ..
that should confess that '----1--' --- 1:17 1-----
every tongue In 1xii.. 2. the conflicting fondiU.ua; cf t.fj as we given if desind. =: :q5- 7 16?* 7 16 L Ar. ... Saint Louie.L! 1I28L.J1I 8 55?*= 5 4O1Y : .

Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of the I 4. "For Thou hast bri'kon the! yobe e: meet them. lie overcame their evils ..... ....112'* ;1I;: 1135.JI..Lv..Mootjowery.' Ar. 6 101*! 6 COPJI'122UU)125sp .... .....1( ..

' Father." In this kit:,doni Christ exercises -i his biiulfU." lie shall! bi''k all ,101- P. 0. Address West Palm Bc-cl.: ..... ....1|14 r.'P*! 3 oJIAr.'|, ...:.lIolnlo..Lv. .......... ........ .
yoj and, achieved a ptrf.'U human h.e. a ... ....| 8 30"*' 7 4an ._..Ar. _.KewOileana..Lv. 7 45f' 7 551* ....I.... .... i
royal prerogatives. lIe inks, lie j und IH!< of the opprt5sor. He \. iiu 1e.1!!- t
divinely human ch.ir.iftvr. tbs first in -1\.iT.ta tTnuhville.llinii lute 2-* L* t UlCI-D.li 01 Luui-.\l. Time at i-Utious marked ;.
govern He rewards and puni--ht-s and i's tu undo heavy burdens end let the "ppi all B.CPS. He became 1 t iii-HI n Immunity! -- t lit di1y? rxrrnt 8nn<..Time_nlmwn tl all other tition is diily.THKOUGH ';
and bioak Ktluii.
ha aliKilnte control of the lives and : -w-tl go nee every y
dt'htinies of his '>). hv tnth more will He dt1L. redeemed from nil iui'inity. purified I
wibjicts. and ell that lie .!Ks 11.to do i iJ made holy. ton image <1 the iml'ibll'D..ity. 32 and .j are vmtibilnl math trmrg carrrin. Pullman sleepers between Por:Tampa Jtk
4. Christ id not only mr King, hut annv.lle ai.d New Vurlt, via A'.laotic Coast unit Pi'iiDsj-ivaiii K..!roaiL
1 J His name lie is leady to do hi I'". .' God in flesh He wnm.,ht ont n A h >tw. Th tad' 23 carry Pullman Bwi! >en Lj'DO may also be our brother our royal .-'lily n-il Chi i"li:1II life in wlui tt-.u1 unique personality lie bccaiae tho first .M.32 and VI carry J Moan Bkwp<''' U-twtKU Port Tan pa and jcktuinrilla.
brother. "Christ (was taithfnl) as a N 11I. 2StDii-7 ciirv Pullman tlu-rura tMtrrcn Jatisuiiville and Cincinuiiti, Tit Montgomery
works in us lx th to will and h do ten fruit of the tree of dviuily human life. hu.2t .. .
and L. & : It Jt Weeper 6 runs fr ii i'urt Tampa to Cine'JiatiXoa..8and3rsrrv
son over His own hun high are i/leasm. !in his s g.i iill.'l. He diinvred. bat con:jut:r..il. J"1I, aiifilerpvislirlwn'n! JarknuDvilloanil I'l Lonia. via Moatjnuirrv and
are we if we hold fast the wend R,'e ii. 13: Helx sill.; 21) HP ftS I' I ifobilo & Ohio Ii. R ; between Ja..k"OlIvllle.,4 St. Louie via Montgomery and Louwviilo tt Xi-h>
and the rejoicing of the hope firm nnto all the wearysi'I h'uluJ n. Take! IHJ He js worth:; bota iKC-anso of His villa Ii. E ; 10,1 t bet tei n J oliW-ntUie and fct. Louis via Xilton Atlanta Chattanooga, lIaah\"llle.
I eternal, nn-h-rived u-sf-iro ned IIL work Martin and Illinoi Central Ktilway.
j i the end.Ye may thus bee nee members fla'lllOn jou cad I..J.C uf tae c Math AdvertisersVho

I of the bonSt-hold of Christ. His xi. 0|, tinconJext sh.iv.v5nthai! th.yoke .' nnd character acco.apii.ihed in ti' se in I Plant Stea ashllp! Un.e. Stea:ships Oiveffe! ark 'Masaetter
!II II1 i human body. lie is IIlJJ! to rah all ,
brethren, uht'I: cf Gul and joint heirs wuii { Sat, WVrf. and Mon ... .12 Lv.. ...._.Uarana.Ar. I 160045.....Wed., Sat. and Mon.
with Christ if bo that wet-nitVr with Tather'siil.. u I salt ihi.t! c .:1tI! st.- I'D I things ht'rt':.-a II.''hti: lcarut.4 u 'Il1t'ncet FiOl. Wrd. aJ,111.1U .... 7 Ar......i K..y tt'tet..Lv. i 9 UOPJ..Toes, Fri. and Sun
so II'I' grcJU'st limN\..: "I tl.'nk Th. ,) ri.jhtrtmsneM: and Uv.th.Ha fiat. Wai. and M n ... 3.1P"1 T.J... ......j K y \Vti-t Ar.I I 3 ( PL.... TQM Fri and .vno.
Him, that" we may be aL
gether. 5. Acror-lias; tu the R. 1'.. this! very in order to ail His hentavi'Ji n Plcspit-Reariesar'tiiwimudutuy length f time in advnnm and a 1 information furnished attfa
:!se *
lad \\'ct J-u-kaonville,
ticket Oct Street or by
lay adilrouuj
Saih relationship to Christ is worthy City
a "'lld, .I..r all t1w urn.-.lr .i that Ir rdI
I .a kIY't to a fijvprts vm Irutr geld al1Ctn r U. JOU.T. DiY.I'alle. Agent Vi. LIFSKr, Div Pa. Agent,
of onr best efforts and our highe.tambitiuna.and i !iu tin tuiii.:It. lied 6s rcuitt: I'
t I niiiu < IM W. Bay fet-f JackHonville, ,& Tampa, Ma, ;
in such u relation to a rolled in hloi.ili.\ .>\!\ ewai Ire (Ii butt 01" Columns of I II b.. O. jt ".2'le.M.. }'. PLANT. B. UPNTIAM, B W. TTBESV. t
King we should keep His n.l1l1:1lmd His : iii;.' Every as"..:I<" artut I. M R. Cbsref \lce I'rooadCllt. .8. 1'_Traffic If.p. 1
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n..T. ulllu I4I1&J.T. aara.Wer .
honor unsullied and nntar niched. Lot i IIi i>w>|)!e shall I* !lir"kcn m ." .. *! I That bja been the tilt I .
rpuxflon oa ar
Cards be secured 21 cent d.ck
all their counsel shall (IH"P t.j tiitulitTLcrefoie tr lug can per upon appllcktloii
us be worthy in thought word and II it Loconies t-i ssy. "I will; lips c>f E.aiiy since the lay when It i ud- to agents ul the Plant byateni. I

deed of tho ('onfidt.nCand lovo of onr wait upon the ford: 1 will IKS( !. r.: I II lag ou the Want of Oliyo tlH r. ..tlni -- --- .
royal brother I Him" (chapter viii 9. 1ft. 17)). Wli-u I II saw: the lard Jtns t-iui up from

Bihlo Readings.-Gen. iii 15; Lw. lie mince in His dory for Israel' IM-W I among throw SlMkes: :'!. '" v.'tll chtrackii&'S f .

vii 14 ; at 1.10; Zech. ix 0 ; Math. I fit ucd to establish lli khvjd .'.. it will the l'III..f lifo an entrance: upon 'Florida East Coast Ry. ;

Iii 1.11 ; Luke i. 20-33 ; ii, 1-30 ; be with fire and viwam-e apcu all' ''. a luysterious la!d. '"tii'.t ntlib,..'t'rod

John iii 18 ; xviii, 83-3; I Tim. vi, I ursist'4-in rdn"iu Hlci IP*. I 1. 3; l.iisxiv. country from who
12-10 ; Rev. xv 1.3 ; xvii. 14. 8: II Thews i, 7. 81.) returns. TROPICAL
C. "For unto ns a child U torn, unto '
We look for noon else Income back EOUTK EtfUXD Ktad IJownKORTH BOUND (Read Up).
Vela Haa nrn Lifted. us a sou is given. This: is similar! teh"ptyr I
Once the It takes back ilea. bat lie has i rouiM to rctuin. AU ocr Ko.9 NoJDaiiy
vii. 14. us to N&K No 76 -
If one dl' irt5 to undtTstuud tho life iii, 15. and the j.htase "tho sped rf t!:. hopes of the future are bound up iu the lai Exsu) iJhi.-Ji' STATIONS- DaiiyTSip Ex _
character he must it I
of the beat wotsao" It 1 is i iu line! also with .!(. T, fulfillment of that pll'llJe. "If in this SUN' 75p-, 1.1'lw.... ..... .._... Ja..k.wO\.I.IIJ.. ... ..........Arrive iug,
away from the great dt-. crossing 2. whose lie is slid; to come out of IJeihlfh'ni. lire only we hiiVd hope in Christ JAIS. top la ".e .11 'i" .............. St.Anirastiiie.............. Leave 62yp U4--J
monotonous plains until he couit-s to It is soon fulfilled!! In Lake ii. i.f f.lI.1i'n! zuivraMe" declared :'P I :..I.oa\e.. ....... ....... St. Ai nsime ..............:Arrive 61ar 94Oe55.p,11
we are most .. ._ .. ... '
tai .. Hnstm .. ..... .... Leave 5:"? e
lonely spot among ihoev Tla>ting -14. und the! all:..1 slit ti> the hh"'I'erJ! w
some I the greatest of the apostles.hI:1e 8II .> 11 iiuiArveT4.pllUi . i .. ..Leave 15p
bilk It is there he will fend the sj ring "UMo Ji'H is i 1"1'"II this ili.v iu th' ('it ; of ; iLf -hll\Ka
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: has no b.':,. 'itu" I. no gage CLAIH : a "e Pa.8'k't Arrive ,D11. .

from which life begins and, standing I David" u Saviuur x\h" is Christ the Cut !mm tie prut of i<.",.1 item .- a pl.: __ lAirneliaLtart ... ....... ...ranla'eo .. ........ !rare.-. -7vaI ;

there he will understand after what LOltl. An-lthi-r iirnphcoy' IUDCITIUUSHis -....I1..A I viI L,... .. . ..ban Miiw .. Arrive -71' .. .
Bo cut and drink. aensnnb'.ringHis
I. found iu !II xi. 1. "I called we
fashion the man believes, hoix-s. works I youth s. EI.p : ". ......... 1 ijL' f'a.a.: ... .. ............Leave at'- 8f'S ,
No doubt the stream will I iny son out of I.nyi't.: Ciitupa 65fitli lo'ingriti"C" His ever present I4ip I'orn *' ... .............. (rn+.)n.l ................. 34Tp3n.p 71!>S
and reasons. ii, l.;. Tl'r) v.-iui- .tc.ry of Hill help and sure 1 lI>e1w. to will COlA It Is The rue Itt-f ... ..... ...... Ducoi.a .... ......... 32'p 711'.
be re-enforced from many quarters. nimiliii! Milfri5ni. dentil restineotion e ivirv| 1 y'n ...... ....... .... .Fort brtre., ... _....... .. 3. e 5l.
from -i'Ltu ) Are yon wor&ug end catching that 1.',. M .. ........ New. 1trrta .. ..... ...._ 811b
from litratr.re from art. N end! glorious kin;iloLi is all wittteu when lit eons you 1:1.1.1) rja'fy to N- I''ft I 1 Let) : .:.....:..... ..... Oak Hi'.l! ..... .....::.... : 2') (063IJI.IMX
but the stream will abu keep on its the IaaJEi e .........-..... Titusne
in the law. the prophets and reiy ''T .1, ............. 141' iI S 4
obstacle i. inter\il U-tv-wn Ili.t re.itcni.ii c&.ow Him joyously and 1M received by .. sm; .................j{ City F'omt'i.............. 11'1..
way, cutting trough many u rocky TIP present Ilka iu peace t (IBES1Advertising ... 3i 1' .. ..................1.! C'M'Oa ................. 11'p'; ..
and to the vl'ry11..} it will tarry I ::id! Ilis retuiti to set up IIi kingdom .... .1oJp ...............; }' .I.I\'Ole .................. 1 top .. ..
with it of the fmJiun's} mlnr! : was not cve.h-d ti thoni as. !It i it tw Byrn .... 4 IS? : ..............< JjauTa.ie: ............... ..lLp. ....
f this int,rval in w hick .... <,1p. >nrneie1jis .............. I. !'I' ... .
of its origin. Unwt lives have mostly us Paul steaks So soon us UM diMirlM began to .... 4 a1 ...............!. Roa"land .._............. H t'M .:.

in nio'iuit when the Ihidy of rhiist is lll'i.lItb.rt.t from ti, ll d.t, of Christ's 'cmlco ... 5!lp5Vp : ......,.......... >t.an ..............jj 11 "..r ..
single preach o *
bt'gnn some Jews soil jieiilill's !i< a IUp.t..rrAi't, a> p ... .................- :t. Ln .e .................. l"'i J ..... '
the veil was lift revealing the tli.ntg siii !.. .iM lust", hut r."al"tI5Lill I :11U: UI"11 Utcan to Iwjaiie, "V.11Hl ..... G'I I : ...............| Fort Pierce ................ JII 4.ar! .....
which and ternul Once the ent c t w is it to taro place. turd. "Wbi-t are 641.1. ....... ...... ....Eden... .............. JOi .
are nnbeen to Him lllom.< ivi. 2S. 2-i: Eph. i j C4.p' w ............. ..". Jer.*n..... .......... lOUA'M l '+
veil has been hftotl and the wan has iii. :5, C; C,'! i. .MI.!) "The :g.>ve n'nt the signs of Hu wining The inquiry 8,p : .......... ......i.. 6tnart. ... .............::: 99 al i .
seen you can triint that in his future shall U HIKIU lit* shoulder." Tile nest still continut. 5Iany have tried to te 'J I XII ................. HoheSonni! ............... 9 if&i "
If i u ................ :ti." Jupiter .................. II 07:',
life nothing can di--t>arar' that nun verMsays that it shall In I a governmentof forecast from the prophetic numbers of MEDIUls "t93; ......... .....\>t Palm Beach .............. ,
again for nothing can overcome Linn |MW.. and of its iai reuse there bhallU tho Scriptures the data of the event .111j1lp ............ ...t..DIIYDton..... ............. InsJI--t ='
end and that it shall he upon the .t..84): ........ .... [ .... 77a19.p ,)
who has once been (tod. -Ian rada1'l 11. II" This has to a large rant ben profit-, ,.I ; ..............FvrtLauderdale............... ... 'i/l1\1 11o.1l''I'1 '
throne of David. Xc.t..n we corujjarw l k-i>s. if not worse But became the time | | ....... .. ....... Lemon dry... .... ....:.:.. s--p .:1 t
'J'be,811,0 Senitou. this with s=tei passages as 11 S.irj.: I end circuni taticeH lire unknown th? fact 1 .U7: >. Arrfv. ....... .... .... MIu.\: .. . ... a1551 .,
vii l 1'l't; ii. 30; Jer. iii, 17: Il'tk.xxxui. Of Any .
: oU\Xt. \
that I : >K\V; : 1.H't.Xf (:In' J1CllJNo3'N1 .
not The
It is gratifying to o many !. 21. 2i 21: an.ii.. I'?: Luke I i. i is made no less sera iiui-urtact
churches nnd Lall provision I for w net when how Jeans STATION'S. IX '. s'Ol
are open remember that the New TV* matter us or {
but beyond 52. H3. and d "I: Lv ... ... ....... ;<-w im\'ru. ... ...... Arl25>i 5k.hBiIO",1l21.
made for acceptable preaching taincr.t begins and 1 end with Jesus : will come. I Int. rather are we ready .. ............... .. LakeHoen........... .... Lv Ii iv> 4t!!
this there is need of pastoral provision Christ as Son tlf D.I\tl. it iloes, !<.i':n urr for Hun 11 e have work to du to god 4 (r.n 11 ; i ... ......... .Oran" -Itf .................. li\- > 4 4OraaueOit !
for the sick and the aHhett, and I I ii.UtJil.i.v plain that this (',Haug !klaj- I orreves and the wurkl r.!dy f>.r Lhuiwhii'e I WEEKLY PAPER -4 jI;'! !.4ia Ar ...... .. \. Junction. ... .. .. '11.A 4li 1) ,.
have Isrn.'lfor its cuter, Alt iri.ns W\'l't.O Now Siyrn itnJ Ora.arty Junction lug .'X':t nun.lax. '
this often fails through too general an dots is to I The : of individual and of society I

exodus of pastors It would lv a desirable ] Joi.isi.lom for its capital. lh, ieMil! Jesus mutt Iw raided to the plane of the I It: TVX UIU,V LK.I "A\ "''H'. {

innovation could soiiiu agr.ementbe !1 Christ f..' its Ivin; and tlie whole earth uiorally aad spiritually pure The Koll sTAn) '. !Xo.J I

wade to alternate: in j as its teirito'y. lIonl.I.li, to In The 'lU LY..................... '..Tau-ale: .............................. Ar Tr.p
aiuong pastors I know that where lie was cut' 0.. hueu.illiatrd greater part of it bus been touched i'.s f I- a ......Xhrn ...................... LV ll-p
meeting this requirement The Eiook- He shall Uc greatly excited yet only oa thu outer borduri Oa.- r"k I kaee. ..................... 0 -n. ............ ........ 11 ;.. '
a list of :J ministers j jot so dated 85.r. ................... .....Entt rl': :,e. ................... '11 a.a9tta
lyn Eagle publishes Then .hall the full irs.-a .ini of u Lot to peculate on anal dotiiisor.tside ..,.............. .EnerPneJnucttun....... ........... 'l12 r '
in Brooklyn who are at Lowe and each of these glint names U1 M'':. 83J oar sphere, but to accomplish 6PuuAr . .>anfonl. .. .. "'". .. 1119sa

ready to rti>.,nd to calls fur pastoralBtrvkfu. | all cio.iti-m and all creature shall IM tbe work kft ns to do. TATE or FLORIDA. AU Oslo-,brtwwn T.tr.; >vile anu L+Sautui-d I.uiy pxcent Sun Jay

This is well and, will ti.t.r | Hire bouor ('> Ixxii. 11: II'v.. S4)) !

fully adequate to the demand or not, w I In totiuectioii with the iir iiie "''un.It'r'i RIng Oat. Ye setal I KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

a stop in the right. direction.- IanIutelligcncer. i that ful" the seer word Ju.I:. MburJ"xili. IS.In and.It-r. reiacwhw sxsii. 17, Utr nut er.ac d-l.clowJ." !IK:. C 0..InayLlalTb Iu la: .ial l :1.The' i iI I XL ilea&ien cf UO Ftui 1U Ent Coast fcteanibi.ip'Uuiiipaiiy are aupouited to taU u tulles .

27. i-' just the ;11J,'. "CiMtn-wl SH;- ymr d.na in the ni;hl- STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOLTiIBOL'ND. .
. $ $ . . .
51 "ts P, xxxii. 1uxJl: 11. The Eli* out slid 1.'1. and .a him Bel l

Llfe' ):rr..r. inuliiy f got. the Eveilastin! ; Father, d.- .
t Tbfre .re l'al.b..t. U... .'e .irits hr< 'e.1'bre JUt out th. oli!. ring in i.V m-w, Cleave, Miami and Arrive
dares most powerfully that Jesus is (Jul. Sundays Wednes'lays, KeyVet fond"ys and Th'J'r"4bYI.
l souls that are pun .n.la"1 I alt;'. I 1'1'7| Mk uruNi the IHHIW!
are Sun i is divine! < He said Iui.ef."I Li-ave KeyVett Mumiays and TuurMlaj-b; Arrive JId\'d.Ua TU"Y3 ant
the or a
TU.n give to tbe world the beat you luve, I The >.. is grind: lot IURI go- i Frulsys.
And (lie b 't lull come lark to you. and mj Pat her are one." "He that Rind out tl-e ":.. nnf in the true! Advertisingi iI NOUTHbOUXU. -
r huth sin Me hath seen tlw Father" I i

Gh love, and love to your life "ill tluw. iJuha! x. I: xiv 9) Ulna out a slowly d)Inlt cause i Leave Hrrfn-i Tuesdays and Frnlys- Arm Key West Tuesdays, and Fridays _

A I lnnt.tli (in your utmost iici-d. 7. 'The zeal of the Lord of Hosts wiupl'l Ar.J Lit iiiit d.ra-j uf party suite; ': Leave Kev Weal Tues,ays and! Frid ys; Arrive Mian.iVeduvstlays and Saturd.iya.
have -"k, Iud a *.".. l I..uu will t>'10* fin m tLU." He who cleuused the r.ii in the nobler niixlt-s ol !.<>. Rate Sheet lJf'IJarInrt'i| from Miami will be made soon at p-d=iule alter arrival of trim J5 ron
word .ud dtd. btu .cctrr "" -, lie s!
; Tli.'ir faith in your ll'IUI.III"J caused 1 His disciples! to renuinUr purer II i s-iiii' K "alI.________

and our Etta vull b* HJ in ilndAud that these words; were writt.'ii I Ring out taJ f' pride! in p>acr and oleos, The fiuie TaLleehow the limes at whu-h and LuaU may he expectUo arrrrr and
truth .
Give ) depart from ihe several station and ports, but their arrival .r departure at the times
honrr will! bcm iiittt (Jeer ii. l"i will do it in His time, and I the fivir lender sad llu- spite| ; Will be Sent on Application. ri it.l jt cot guaranteed, nor dues the Company hold it.-J reapuniibie for any delay or any '
And a sn'lie th-11 i* stt>;,>l WIll' surely budA nil the a'ut-hl shall ''1.'. Read and UJierefca. t R.r* in flie love of truth end right. I raus i'ii flea araemq thtrefrom.ti .
smile( taut IS )just as wccL xiv. 21, and 1. "tIlLII.h..1.! Now I Kmt in the coniiucn love ef good! >r ,>'Ol'r.J loral time card >eel at 'X& West Bay .Street. Jnck-tonvnv.! or oddn-si _
God and J. P. fcEOKWITH, Traffic :Mauager. > J. 1}. KAHXER. A. O. P. A,
"J arrow to tl"** *h>i ".". i let 111'in who is the Peace of Ring eut old ikiprs of foul dj-a.; I Et A lI'tI"tlnp
Give You pity sell'gatlnr. m dowers lIj amTb I lour ''tmv rt.lt iu our heart awl) niaaase I Km? out Ilw !uri>'iiia lik.1, ul K
< scattered *..us from your rtos&t oUborn. : nil ocr affairs and so fill us with his 11:.; out the tliuns ai.l wan of od; ; I I: ,. -- _

1110ub the *.11115 ,rend Lot, t 4in. I Spiiit( that zeal to give the gospel to er Ring iu the thuuttitl yeah of pt",1 1 1I -- -
shall Coll"uine us and this I 1
I /f'I..rlln' !
in lit, talignt and foe, I
For lite is the niirri ot KIUK and slave Ills Unly IK nlmi,h'ted nod. the kingdom! Ring man kindii l nJ k k b / _
and do. i TW Isr:.r brat the r < ; {
Tis jutt v.l.tbe at we orid art the bet you have. come CVI.< i". !.">: Eph. II. 14: rhil. :". I .; 01.1 the iWri-fiLM tU anti; I i
Tlit'll lad the be t a(li cue* I.adl u yuu. 1. I d. 7k It we are only yielded and \1 tiling, ;I Slug lie the Clam tlat is to bet I -I

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.. ... : .V FIBRCE.-Dcler In G< for Wilson ft Tanner1! Ideal -I-- HOLIDHY INDUCEMENTS I
At tot W81. ? Agent ; It is, to be sure. Re ;
lUongrecAtlonU ureb., Fertilizers and Padd liOll'. Lumber and Building member that is
; 8uud jr HlgUI, Deenuber! 17., 1 j Supplies. Fresh. Supply .Garden Seed my
BoyntoDv Florida.E. .

: : !'But' will Go
t, earth? 'Behold the heaven and heavenof !his sidewalk. Bravo I Fine Silver Table-Ware. Watches Birth: A few' :hoice articles left over from our jewelry stack ataboutjiNeckweai' ;J

-. heavens cannot contain Thee.' How of West Palm ,day end Wedding Gifts Watches Half Price. : .
much less this house that I have built Miss Edith Maltby. _ and Clocks. 'l .J : '?" i' :-
-ist Book Beach,'has been visiting over Sunday at : '
...,. orKings'viii, tj?. ', '
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.. No. king ever" ascended. a'royal throng Mrs. A. M. Gardner's. .: .,. R. J. RILES Select'assortment of all Latest Shapes from 250. to $t.2S. The
; ,
colors'are and new; }' :
very fetching -- ::4
; c under score auspieous circumstances James Hammett, recently from Jack r .; (

: than Solomon, .the:'third king of Israel. snvllletook'a trip'-down the".East TUB JEW ELKS, : Handkerchiefs ,'. "

: ; 11iif&ther1. t)*wid., was aboc\ fifty years Coast"d"visit his 'lather Rev. James JACKSONVILLE: .,: FLORIDA. 'ej, A beautiful line ofFancy Silk and"Li,-en Goods in proper: tj1j '4
: -
: : of age,when j.Solomon ; born. David Haney Hammett r2' width_ borders.' 'i;x, i -f. < ,!';. i .

3:. !a5 nearly seventy years of age when be Miss dan Simmons of West Palm '- re Suspenders >I < *-xi; '.

.died. No ,name is so deeply impressed I' Beach. has been permanently engagedby they concluded not to wait for the train DADE'S, DEVELOPMENT. ; ;X Whites. Black Stripe and Fancy in latest patterns-Silk';-ro': *** '
' reach'i. until 8 a. mol p i. Cottar Web-prices soc. to $.500
upon Eastern legends his. His deeds which does not re y
Mrs. C W. Pierce to assist her in her
:) (Continued from fist page.) '
w ., ,and character are 'enfyt'ined' with! fan household duties. but left bright andearly in a sail boat. ShirtsMonarch. : J

4 ,t 'tastic 'tales ,among Persians, Hindoo", Will Chase went' to the beach Tuesday After various mishaps! the wind! being Hoaford, 2 acres; C F. Peacock 2% "J' Dress and Soft Shirts-proper thing-Jt.oo to' |i 50.'

&. ArabiansEgyptians: and 'Af cians. np contrary, they,reached their destination acres? O. V. Braley, 2# .acres ; G. W. J. Shoes "

i : ,JewaCiristfanind }fohammedanshan on bDStncss-and incidentally to geta weary,'cold'wet; and hungry 1ate-in' the Smith Alford & McConnell The Correct Patent Leather Cloth Top Button for young men.
: 3 acres; Jones
new' ba.'leball'c1ub:, with the sailboat and Ale Enamel?Box Calft Kid and other dressy Shoes.ANTHONY .
kept ttw; traditions'of his'greatness evening., They left the re _
: VestPalm' 4 acres ; C. E. Haile, 10 acres ; J .
team hopes to lay out the }
and isdom. lie had all the ; Boynton timed home on the night .train., James 1 I \
; : ,. :. helps essential Beach Christmas S. Collins, 8 acres;' M. T. Whidby 3
1F to'mak.man Whatever boys"aJitaii,- .on that the next time he goes to Palm : BROS/
gteat. Day.' I ...,. says acres; I. I. Hardy, 5 acres; A. C. Smith,
culture and training to that <' Beach in a sailboat he will either walk
w- was possible t i '* "JEh.-" (t Jv -- S acres, and J. J. Dykes. j# acres., .

w age.he received., '" .He possessed. a."wealth. .-. ,Mr. and Mrs. Bartram and Mrs. & B. or charter an engine. Pompano'* Cracker Hoe Brigade will 'V .iSSV&Sg3'' i "it Palm,B"61 and-'(' famI.

: ., His kingly father. bequeathed, MnrrayspenfTuesday- ; *, *visiting* friends c" J. V. lurk went up, to West Palm class up'with that of any other on the
to the valne of two billions"-of Lantana., ... ::: .. friends $ <*p3&&
r gold over -, i Beach Wednesday to meet some East Coast, and if not harassed by Jack w w

U dollars silver to the value of five''bil. :: William:Ubrdes; of,Akron, Ohio, has from New York, who expect to make' Frost,will make a crop which will proveto .

k made him a, present ,of over .three millions gardens.: ,'.% :- A'; -' The K. O.T. M. review was unusually estimate their land. My old friend PALM BEACH BOAT YARD.

: 4 of dollars the Queen of Sheba alike l R:IT,:Rousseau' is working for' Fenner interesting,last Saturday night,upon the Dykes brought me over to the, station ,

amount 1erotover3oorov' &Nve.. "*' : occasion, electing new officers (or the where I flagged,the train and got off at Launch sod Sailboat BUilding. Repairing in All Its Branches
; erbs, and over a. thousand:songs. He .
months beginning Lauderdale. ,
fir Ft. .
Edt Ferguson, of. Elgin.,-111., is. again, ensuing term of ,
; had all possible pleasnres' 'We lth and working for Manager H. B.;Murray on January I, 1900.! : The most fraternal It did not take 'me' long to discover '

I I h'wor and yet was not happy,: 'The the Boynton g raeas.' :. feeling exists among the" Sir Knights that here was the very place I had been ONLY FIRST.CLASS WORKMEN EMPLOYED.BEST .
$ Ltian soul cannot :be satisfied'with OF REFERENCES AS TO CLASS OF WORK DONE.
another'oftheir for. My tramps-of the -
looking long
w.ii. Cox has a/force of men at work and they'piopose to give previous
I: ; : material things! Thatto: my thinking; ( land interesting literary and social'entertainments'on week had completely tuckered me ,
muck be
t ,, ", is one of the grandest'eidence5of! : ,the' has clearing purchased a.tract_recently.new:. ,Monday night. January! out, and I spent four very pleasant days A. T. ROSE, Proprietor, West Palm Beach, Fla.Mr. j ji

I ts-i, .immortality-:_ J---------of the sonl. 2, to celebrate the beginning of the New here in taking life-easy. I puII')with i

; :" .. .- One of the greatest'events Solomon's, MrS; A. M.':Gardner is making some I Year.., A must hearty invitation !is .extended Mr. Frank Strawahan, and to say he 1
: wonderful her gardens. Wm. Marshall who here from and landed at Tiger-Tail Hum
!improvements on came anoe
: the building of the, temple.
.4 I/: reign was to al] both north and BUuth'tsias of mode my visit one to be long remembered I j
-. The undertaking was commenced Besides the usual'vegetable 'cropjbeing : Sumter County, and with his two Sons 1 mock, owned by Mr. A. W, Beed, of
stupendous i
: this is to be the event. oi. the sea- exactly expresses it. He ha one '
in the fourth of his reign, planted she has ,lately: embellished, her: : will plant this season five'cres in tomatoes ]Hampton Iowa. I found his superinendent .
... 'f; year sosTfor'the"town of .Boynton. Literary or the:prettiest places in Dade County I
grounds with nearly (too worth oc"-rare: j 1 1i Mr. R. S. King' on the place
,, I( and took over seven years in its con. i exercises', consisting'of an elaborate pro : and it has to be seen in order to l be ap '
shrubs plautiand flowers. I found these gentlemen bard at work 'who, on learning that I was from his old
'i traction. It was built on Mount Moriah :
( recitations, vvcafand Instrumental' pred ted. I did not have a lonely moment i
the eastern hill of Jerusalem' where had Larsen .& Sous having .thoroughly gramme music, will begin'at' 1'o'clock at 'Bachelors' Retreat" and if in their fi';ld, but on handing them my I county (Volusia), assured me that it

< card th<>. remarked that their day's would afford him much pleasure to showme
been Oman's threshing fluor and where and brought into splendid condition y
s9bdued sharp, after which refreshments will be some of the fair sex does not capture
of the Lord to David. their gardens have taken,-Tn work was about finished and we openedup over the place. He ,has fifteen acres
.the angel appeared own : > served followed by a dance. A grand him and change the name of the place
It built of the most costty materials additional four acres of.land. work of a very pleasant conversation which of orange, grapefruit and lemon trees
: : was time is an cipated. (which I christened) I will certainly accept t '
: that could be obtained- -ceder timber the Major's'across canal. D.D. his kind invitation to make him"another was made more so' by .tMr. W H. Mar- under steam irrigation, and I do not remember -

:Rev. James Harvey Hammett shall joining us. This gentleman in ever having seen a healthier or
silver from the '
Mount Lebanon
from Messrs. Fenner & Nye, .recently ,from visit. We had our meals across
Ph. D., our new pastor, gave a most Interesting formed me that he was a kinsman of all more vigorous lot of young trees ; theyare
: mines of Spain. gold from Africa, ivory Romeo "Mich.., have 'rented Thomas at then the river at the residence of Mr, A. J.
and instructing .
the Marshalls living here and I think all budded on sour stock obtained in
from ,Indir. Assyrian artists wrought N 1ey's, land andare occupying his evening to Wallace, and I found bjth banks of New
last Sunday
: w schoolhouse he said he came to L'adq from Jefferson the hummock and some of them are
: in metal and wood and a skillful Tyria house. Mr. Nye expects his family to audience. The River equally attractive. Mr Wallace is ;
a large and appreciative and that his this bearing. I asked Mr. King how old
the work. The altar of 1 crop year
: ,supervised was join him here after the holidays. orchestra consisting a Cracker and his'Kooi wife a New
;, and the whole house overlaid singing was led by an would bi 6> acres,principally tomatoes. they were and was astounded to hear
pure gold friends of Mr. and Mrs Neel Yorker; and if anyone doubts this being I
W. Pierce -
C. Myron
; of E. S. Bartram From 'vegetables, hammock and muck him answer that eight acres of them
When the temple
with pure gold. was will miss this congenial old couple here Hall and Charlie Earnest. .Dr a good combination, let him come here
land oar conversation turned to politics were budded three years ago, and seven
finished ,the dedicatory services were 'w1nter. letter and see bow badly mistaken he is. ,Mr.
thl From a recent we held the presidei
who has try
r Htmmett and did'not I understand it
conducted the it take me long to figure out acres two years ago.
on most magnificant that the old has of Pikes. Wallace is also farming and says there is
learn gentleman a remunerative College
I of the East Kentucky
that Hon'Wm. Jennings Bryanwill is the intention of Mr. Beed to enlarge
fi:' Solomon acted as. both, priest and king him
of one thing 10 prevent making .
t The King knelt, aLd as., the" rejresen.r' ) position as overseer painting yule, Ky for a long term of years, a only this winter viz. fietze. sweep Lauderdale, ; ;that Col.'R. W this grove and when he visits his place
some a
the Soldiers' Home Danville money
tative of the nation, led them in at near. talented and earnest. speaker, deliberate\ Davis will do the same,and Hon.Denoet this inter and sees how nicely bit trees
.praer. u.-: Another reason for being so r favorably
and convincing
and addressed the infiuite Majesty of, ,, u hi!' style of delivery with could Jest easy, if every precinct in are growing I have no doubt but that
impressed Ft.
i ; heaven and earth. 'The text is a kind of' Oliver Warringer is now.living in his I in his presentations. We consider ourselves account of the number of Volusia was en Florida had such loyal supporters as he he will make a grove of the entire hum
able and County '
: parenthetical"exclamation, a !solemn tieat new cottage,,on the,main avenue fortunate in securing so has on the border of the Everglades. mock. In Mr. King he has a man who
t people who are living here. I met all of
p pause in the midst of .hu'supplica on. The appearance of the pretty and' scholarly a preacher. them except Hon P.N. Bryan, his place Had the pleasure of meeting Capt. J. thoroughly understands the correct

.' "But, will God indeed 'dwell on the commodious Bartiam cottage, has
earth. greatly enhanced by the thorough clear. Since the above items have been set rip; however I had the'pleasure of Stranahan & Co.'s to do some shopping. want to say to many people who have

Let us notice first the Glorious Being jig of the;.:grounds,'surrounding it, and I Jo t.'peacd while at, W.M P-lm Beach,, hearing irpm him { hk son, R. \. Bryan, He is the leep: .r of inc House of Refugeat I asked me relative to citrus trees that in

referred to In the text-God the.- ngin- the planting of a variety of trea*., shrub I tIe; sad"lntM1igene of the wdd>n ('eatbof me after the mail and from him j J the lukt, but is *fe>growing. vegetables every community I have visited thereare '1'1'5 I

and flowers of and has planted two. acres in tomatoes a number of people who formerly
oUr *
ator of. all things the, great Supreme : .,. Charles E. Cb se, one most earned, that. they bad sonje ,very net
is trans I called at the store of Mr. J. W. resided in Volnsia, Orange, Lake or
1 Creator of the Universe. We cannot Mr:Sundy, the section foreman, witb I valued and respected hammock on the border of the Ever.

form any' just ideas of:His essence be his force' has been doing some goodwork I milled to us by telephone at the hour ol glades, where they intended to make i Marshall, who recently came here from some other county in the old orange

'. yond what has been revealed tons in : the past week grading the ground I one o'clock this"Wednesday afternoon : 'Volusia County orange grove" and Georgia and purchased the store of Mr. belt of the State and if they will follow
to add J. N. Branlley ; he says' that he is well Mr. Beed's example and get One ot these
the Bible. on both sides the track inside the towil.tnits I hence it becomes our painful duty would set out fourteen acres in orange.,
lines relative t< pleased with the change: and that hisbusiness men to their place they will
Paul says "The world by wisdom : and filling up those unsightlj r a few hasteily'penned and grapefruit trees next year. The) I manage ;

& knew not God." The 'cuilized nations holes ; ttmprovement\ which our cHi,. the deceased as THE SON is going t< also have ,six acres of tomatoes growing: thus far had been very good. have no trouble in making an orange

it... of the earth for P centimes before Paul tens appreciate. press. The direct result of this sudder: nicely and will plant six; more acres in I Mr. Stranahan, of Stran ban & Co:,told grove. Mr. Beed has about three acres

,: Ibad able me that his sales wee very satisfactoryand of pines, one acre of eggplants and half
assertion great celef of 'apparently aw
f nttered that, ''' e1Son Larsen; has been 'unwell foiseveral r demise an winter crop.

f billy for their intellectual attainments.. :' days but has now nearly recov. robust man, but vetterday engaged in J. W., 'N. H. and H. D. Braddock he had no complaints to make. ]I an acre of tomatoes.Mr. .
They knew almost everything W science, the field the picture of health, was said good.by to Mr. Stranahan and Mr. James Paulsen a Dane has three
!& He' will, probably be seen swing.Ingtbemuckboeagain three Volusia County Crackers are' also
:.. rchitecture. sculpture painting and < heart trouble. Although feeling blight- and Mrs. Wallace with real regret and 1 Jf acres in tomatoes, whict are well ad. .
Some philosophers I : in,a day or two. near the Everglades. I met these gentlemen f
o their
l poetry. times during the past shall most certainly avail myself of their vanced ; be has quite a number of peach
indisposed. at ,
taught that tbere was DO God ; others 'Duck is the ly at the railroad wharf where they
Shooting great sport now
kind invitation to visit them Jgain. trees also and is .
that ll.ereVas plurality of gods. They Their estimated few weeks,condition was not thought had come with a boat to get some : some guavas, experimenting
numbers sup
J had gods* for ever thing-foraheal h, adays. are by serious audits nature did .Dot hinder My next drive was across the countryto with casava. I found this gen
and sorrow You cannot .countless thousands by the acre on plies. They inbrmed me that they have Dania and made first at the tleman 'be and
;, joy \ him from the discharge of of his duties. my stop to a practical gardener,
find out God correctly5 unaided lower Lake Worth and our boys are West eight acres planted in tomatoes, and farm ofMr. W. B. Ord a Canadian who shall watch with interest his experimentwith
he at
The B.ble : God but a few 1ajs since was when they finished shipping them intended -
human reason. interested; in keeping; up an almost ceaseless bom business as stated above has cast his lot with the people of this peach trees in this climate., I,visited
and Father Beach
on ;
as a person a I to set five acres in treesN
Frank and Wi.l Chase killed orange
; all His children. Wi.l God take any I I oly yesterday he was'in the field rake- great country. He kindly showed me the Seminole,Starch Works and regret
L. and F. Alexander and Mr. Geo.
'! interest in man ? Thais the great ques 24 hi about two hours last Saturday. trash i.nring J. over',his place and call.d1my attention that the manager Mr. C. Eskilson, was
and light
tion. Some tell us, no; God is too great Arthur Cox while strolling on the ing burning he remarked to his son Woodward also Volusia County people, to a variety of pines of which he is very absent ; however, I learned from Mr.
is too insignificant. Man is: insignificant the afternoon are farming here they will plant seven
_ man ;
merely as an animal5'As an beach, last bnnday evening, was suddenly Eugene that he was not feeling very tomatoes. I proud, and one of wLich I had never before Clark that they make a very fine grade

- -I intelligent and immortal being he rises confronted by a couple of half.grownraccoons well whereupon the latter advised, himto i acres n seen. He stated that they were of starch food and find a ready marketfor
i Found the land New River be
\, unreserved in the, scale and i u not an which seemed to' dispute bi< home and lie down to rest At on Ceylon pines, and that he had imported it in the North ; and in this'State theC.
.'; insignificant being. If man is immortal privileges. But Arthur had seen coons go the writer and nearly hammock and visited every them from India. He has four acres of B. Rogers Co., of Jacksonville, handle
%; then he is of mote value than sun, moon 5 p. m. he was seen by farm, excepting those already noted, and
shall but np in old Kentucky and instead of turning He pines, one of which is shed ed ; he also : a large amount of their goods and say
these business was
.- or stars: All pass away signed several papers. tound many of beans, eggplants
man. never.' Man is, not' immortal upon his heels he juM simply patted that time to all as well crops has three acres in tomatoes. My next : that it gives perfect satisfaction. Mr. I.
t at appearance
:. simply because Christ died for him but them on their heads, so hard that they as usual and no reference was made to and tomatoes' nearly ready to ship. Mr. stop was at the farm of Mr. G. B. Hinck. Henneberg has an acre and a half in egg

Ji Christ died for man because be was! succumbed to the harsh treatment and : J. Stewart has ten acres planted in a ey,'of Savannah Ga, where I met Mr. plants and tomatoes.I .
E essentially immortal'and of immense his feeling unwell. Though ensuing varied of vegetables. W. C.
now there are two coonles less. trouble 'into faint crop Capt R. L; Standler, who has charge of the was the recipient of many little courtesies -
his develop
I valne. night Valentine has three acres in tomatoes
!r We most turn to Divine revelation 'H. Murray continues to get fine retUrns ing spells during'which he was delirious. which he will be shipping the latter place. He kindly showed me over it, at the hands of Mr. Clark and his

to ascertain if God will notice man or from his banana grove. He is also These last were widely reported part and I must say that it is very pretty estimable wife and appreciate their kind
dwell on the earth. God has always symptoms of the month and three acres which will I
L Mr. Clark is
shipping some fine bell peppers, whichare this when his He has 3 acres in tomatoes >j acre in ness very highly. using
Before the Children about town son
t dwelt with man. morning ripen in February. I spent some time his utmost endeavors to show people
i: of Israel ft Egypt He talked 'with the now bringing a handsome price. I Eugene accompanied.by ourcorrespondent with the,Captain and was very much eggplants 3 acres of orange;, trees four that the land of Dania is as good as any Ion
:s patriarchs. He went before 'the'esra the years'old, 3 acres two years old and the East Coast and that this
Johnson Davis is amongst our heaviest boarded the early expess to city i interested 'in all that be showed me. says
it rt ing fugitives from Egypt in the pillar of will plant S more acres in oranges and season's crop will prove that he U right.
fire by night and in the pillar of'cloud: bean'shippers and reports satisfactory tosummon a physician as expeditionsly as Mr. W. P. Cox has two acres in tomatoes grapefruit trees. He has also 2 acres of With men like him there is no such wordas

by day. He was in the tabernacle and returns.C as circumstances would permit. The ; Mr.W. S. Phillips has three acres pines. There are several live oaks on fail, hence I expect to see his predic.
in the'temple the Shekinah was the visible services of a physician were engagedand tion verified. S 0. Frrts.
Mr. and Mrs. .Kopp should be c -m- in tomatoes. I found Mr. L. W. Mar.
emblem of the Divine Presence the place and a large varietyof flowers.
\ wonderful manifestation of mended upon the, neat manner in while an effort was being made to shall, who moved here from Sumter 4.S -,
I' The most Mr. Standler invited, me to 'dine ,with
: God to man was in the incarnation of I which they keep their lawns and groundsin secure alauch to carry the physician County a gentleman of the old school ; him and showed me every courtesy. He Prof. J. F. Berk THE Sun's most I

: Jesus Christ ; God manifestedf 'in the front of ,and surrounding their cot- to ,Boynton the cruel death message he was hard at work when I called but has four acres of tomatoes ot1 his own, efficient staff correspondent at Boynton \

: flesh. We hold His glory. Man always If all took the to clear was flashed over the wire by telephone. took time to show his place and l -- --- -.
tage same pains t me over
also the Messrs Will and Frank
:1: 3 i4t; Tf \\i.A.h.a_" which are cared for by his brother-in- Chase
an lucaruauuu. 1.1 naa u
.. the scrub about their The subject of this hastily} written informed that his this '
of all mythology. The Gods came away premises our of me crop season law, Mr. J. R. Lancaster, or.. Lafayette were in town yesterday. Prof. Bert

down in the likeness of men. Christ town would present a more inviting ap notice was about forty-seven years ,would, be two acres of eggplants and ten County, who also has five acres plantedin came up to receive and arrange for the .
'k. was the visible representation of' the. pearance.) age ; he came to Boynton with, of tomatoes. Mr. J. F. Powell and Mr. tomatoes. j accommodation of friends from Upper

J? invisible Christ God.dwells in the Church. His They say that J. F. Berk's cottage,west family" from' East Saginaabout four .J. M. Tillman the former a Georgia and My next stop was at the store of Mr. Red Hook, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. E.

"- promise was to send down the Holy ofthe railroad, is'worth fioo more than years ago; and as may be inferred, was the latter a Sumter County Cracker are J. W. Clark, and when I handed him my Myers, who, came last night to enjoy a

\ 4 Ghost. It came at Pentecost, and under it was. a week_ ago. Five dollars' worth among, the pioneer settlers. Being a farming together ; they will plant eight card said that he had :just finished read season in this favorite section of Florida.

It. its power Peter preached .the great sermon o paint' and several work did the hard working and energetic man, the in tomatoes. Sol
U days acres ing the last issue of TBS and was Professor Berk remains over today to
-M where 3,000 were converted. The hardships incident to a start in an un-
I I third hesitating disciples were known business. Adjoining their farm is that of Mr. M. very much interested in all that I had see that his friends are comfortably
were soon
'9" after the baptism as the men who turned ,Andrew Freedlund has finished 'his developed country overcome A. Marsha'l of Jefferson County. 1 I I written of the country north of Pom- proveded with accommodations here

f' the world upside down.: God wiil dwell work at the Royal Poinciana and is withus enableing him, through subsequentsuccess Marshall He horse and "
found Mr. caking up a pretty pano. kindly placed a until they decide to go down to Boynton -

1 on We a have renovated courage and to regenerated give and work world.and again for the winter. He will assist commodious, to build home up for a comfortable his family. and An tough piece of hammock, and was plow- buggy at my disposal and. had his son, For a further stay and probably to make < .1

; pray for the coming of the Messianic! his brothers in the gardens. He has also e-timable and kind hearted wife and ing the best horse I have, seen south of Master Elmer, &o with me- to the fields it their permanent home. t:,

t; kingdom because God has declared that fitted up a barber shop which will be Sewall's Point. ,I looked at him and ii this section. The first place we droveto .:A 4Fine
this earth shall be filled with the glory three dutiful grownup sous are left to Western Turkeys for yor Christmas .
open Wednesday and Saturday nights. then at the horse and concluded that if was Mr. Clark's plantation, He has
of .God. The' prophets say that the mourn this sudden departure of a kind I dinner. Duly to be had at the City \
; knowledge of the Lold shall COer7theearth The Boynton School, in charge of ).ss and loving husband and indnlgen the hor3e broke down he could pull the' twenty-five acres planted in, a varied Market. Have your order booked now.

;\ as the waters cover the seas. Coats, teacher, will celebrate Christis, plow himself. .He will plant twelve' crop making tomatoes the pnncipal one.
midst of life .
"In the we Saturday found of
father. Surely night our citizens
-, I. Christ says the kingdom of God is like this week Friday night with a Christ .... acres in tomatoes. Mr. N. F. Young, of We then drove over to the farm of Mr. many
which a woman in a measure are in death. out enjoying the view of a moon
leaven put I where
; tree accompanied by appropriate u l- Sumter County has 2ji acres in toma- F. A. Schau of Chicago, I met
? of meal ; it leavened,the, whole. The eclipse. The eclipse started about 6:45: ,
.., with *.6' Mr.H. Powers of Madison his Mr. John F. Begeher who
angela in .the Apocalyptic vision shout cises by the children concluding a toes ; County, manager was total at 8:30: and cleared at

=.j that the kingdoms of this world are comedy entitled, Out in the Streets," Annual Meeting of I.R.& L.W.P.Q. has 3 acres in tomatoes, and Mr. T. S. showed me five acres of tomatoes which about away
10:00 o'clock. It interest.
z. become the kingdoms of our Lord and to be presented by the Boynton Dramatic .. Kennedy who moved here from North will soon be ready to ship. My next was as
,. We need fai.h and work ing as it was plainly visible.
; his and Christ. ,God will" save the world Club Neighboring schools are The annual meeting of the Indian Carolina; is planting 2>i acres in toma. call was at the farm of Mr. S. Keeler, of

I prayer. invitation be Rivet and Lake Worth Pineapple Grow- Mr. R. F. of Sumter where his foreman Wm. WANTED by a
through human instrumentality. The ,given a hearty. present. toes ; Bellamy, Augustine, young man-to take
,o great question is, will we meet God in Myron Hall and James Bump bad urgent -I ers' Association will be held at Jensen. I County, has' 2 acres in tomatoes; Mr. McRae (colored),has four acre of tomatoes guitar lessons from a competent instructor
forever Wednesday, January 1900. I ; also to take lessons ia the
and dwell i.there ? That 3 .
heaven I BracknelL in fine. : >
H. tomatoes. looking
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be tettled down here. bllf ness at West Palm Beach last G. C. MATTHAMS. T. V. MOORE, very French language. Inquire of the Editor

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