The Tropical sun
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 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 28, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00596
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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MiSiGOXlA MUTTEBWGS., walked over to Tiger Tail Island 'a distance tt';
.. of two miles where I had the
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'1 _- .., pleasure of meeting Mr..J. T. Wofford, a .

X Budget of Interesting Items From dence.out from his fine West Side resi ,People as They Come and Go-People, Crep Conditions, Material Growth, gentleman of the old school!, and.one I: of News About;,This and That

Regular Correspondent:: You May or May Not Know.; ,; Ocacral Improvements. with whom it .is 'an lionor to talk. I j a Different Things
... Capt."Dick": Knowles spent Sundayand .. found Mr..\}offorl at his packing house, .' ., '.,
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Christmas at home but left .
Tuesdayfor and. having just finished making some ,
|.Cirtftny. Compiled Hi Coaflted to that his Hypolnxo farm. A Melange of Personal U.ma-liltOPlIIi t'- gside H.ta.Jetted Down by The Soa'i crates of tomatoes remarked that his ; 1! !':Nyteat'ahdItami .9f Jnterest to

:c' ,: -' lfktcl'ts of Most Uterest to the the City and Cltisau Vlsltlac Sulieilwm HU VUlt toOJa HaU&IUIa1., ':,everybody; In General and Nolw'ylaparticular. .
J. N. Brantley, chief clerk at Hend l : day's' work was about finished and invited .
Cltlieas Dd Oat of thi _. .
t rickson's Lake Worth store, and brideare City. ud. milord. : me to look over his place with him; '. I

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now comfortably located.on the East ..- a very piece ;

UCOZR01U UCOStCS. Side. W. R.Harvey,a well known insuranceman Cleaving 'Dania, i drove across,.the land 'and hasten acres in tomatoes, Dr. L-D. Eaton, of Palatka moving

.. :- P. A. Rowley spent Sunday and and commission broker of Miami. coltntry Hallandale and stopped ;at some of' them now bearing he thinkshis i into'bis new home on Olive street this
.; : Frank Stranahan is building additions 'leek. .:
registered at The Palms this week. land is adapted to the of city !
Christmas with his parents here andJ. the hotel of the Halland Land Company, growth .
to his hotel. -E .'1. .. ,
M. Rowley came up to see them Attorney H. F. Atkinson has gotten .operated by Mr. 0 Zetterlund the vas fruit and intends to make an orange .'th 'SeminoIe Hotel- will ?
George odnrd made a visit to Biscayne ; of the Lsnd This next I asked him how be serve a>pec .
Christmas.A back into Miami and again has his prOfessional iiansger- .Company grove year. iar i "'New Years dinner 'next
week. couple of local family Christmastrees shingle waving in the breeze of jentleman;was I business at St stood regard to building a rock road evening at o'clock.. .*'J.,.
Miss Ivey Cromartie is spending the that the entire length of the and he ,5:30 .
here Monday, and Monday night the Magic City. Augustine, and I.regret very much! County, I ?!, *
'.. holidays. -c .at Lemon City. f did not have:,the pleasure of meeting answered that he favored it, even to the .Wt'C J).:Berry, assisted by T.j..Gtjsrj
nearly every one went to town to see
--- John P. DeBerry arrived here Tuesdayand extent of issuing bonds if necessary to is Lrebu ding and enlarging the.firry
.. Frank Alexandria pent Christmas the public trees. lim ; however, my two days sojurn at
r- .... jwlth his brother Neil at Little River. will be here for some time: He says kis comfortable hostelry was made very build it; that he was constitutionally opposed docket 'the foot of Banyan street..'oppo.
Geo. A, Gale and family and Will his truck farm the northwestof ,*,
on praire '
pleasant by the people he left in charge. to issuing bonds but in..this .case site the Seminole Hotel.
the of' the most social
i enjoyable Poland. family and father in .. .
went up Miami is looking fine. w j --
very ., I found this to be 6neof the most interesting would vote to bond the County, believing
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of the occnred 'at the .Yfe.have of the best
season, the Pinta to the Inlet Christmas and had D.h-ay some
Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward a fish fry blue fish being the victims. Mrs.'R.J. Jennings came up from Mi and 'prosperous communities that it would boa debt the next gen- vegetable lands on the East foast.-for

King last Friday evening. Music wasfamished ami.fa time to spend Christmas with her ,which I have visited, every one'seemed eration could well afford to help pay. either rent or sale; easy-'terms. Apply

by the local string band. The The rock road has passed Gale's and SOD',George Jennings, and will remain perfectly contented with his surround. Mr.Wafford' walked with us to the farm .WfGleason Brothers Rail Gallic, Fla..)it

building was profosely decorated with lacks only about half a mile of being here with him for some days yet. ings aad. especially ,,with., his land. of his son Mr. J. B. Wofford who .... : .. ti

done. No work was done on it this Che'acreage ia,vegetables will be,larger showed me seven acres of the best tomatoes At Uw< Cjagre< ( .and Nice refreshments
. eras tosea. week as no rock has been received since We have arDelray some of the best Sunday Rev.-S. 1> Paine will
Wre served at the hour the this year than last and many of the crops .I have thus far seen. Ordinarily a pr"jaca-
proper vegetable lands on the East Coast for .
.. last from New'Year-sermon-at u a m., a4..a
s Wednesday. die"Cracker Fall yields aoo to crates >
Urge door that separated the long hall ale well advanced. The "never say crop; 850
i' either rent sale
or terms.
>! ; easy Applyto 'on the''death .M
.. is largely in evidence here; but per acre; but.competent judges estimatehis sermon .< Dwight'4Lhfoody
t from the refreshment tables were thrown ; ..
f Gleasbn Brothers.Ban Gallic, : -: :<: '- J
I open ud the tables were seen to be the,greater number V the truckers are crop at not less than 350>crates' per ,. at. :30.,p' m. .f

.f f laden with' delicacies to please the mostfsstldtoud' The Sun Suit-Stuart Settler Mr. aud'Mts. L. J, Sal lard and daughter Swedes ;they are s polite, good ,natnred acre ; he is also making an orange grove DT.-.N. S. Bnrnoam has gotten seilkd.:

'' and hard-working people and get.along and believes that his hummock is the ia his new office at the sgetb
tastes. Nothing occured tot (Special Correspondence.) of Troy. Pa residents here last sea. apartments

tear the pleasere of any one, and all EWTO TxoriCAl .Sun :-Though I son, are on the Lake again and will oc. very nicely with their Cracker neighbors.Mr. place to do it Wm. Randolph (colored) eod' of the Seminole Block Hrs.saitee;:

L; H, 0.' jostrom has a general. has five acres in tomatoes some of themare of rooms is weU'arraged"and"11
fcent home with happier hearts. am not able to use the choice language, cupy the Maltby cottage. They were
" merchandise store and tells me that his bearing. I met Mr. Chas. Williams, furnished and consisis of rece'puoa, t.
& and lack, the rare descriptive talent of accompanied here this year by Mr,.and .
-- business is much better this year than it who has charge of the ditching for the sultation operating taborator..f' and
niLu our Danish brother who has sent such Mrs. B. H. Hobart. of their home city. .

>- DELiAY DOIXG3. "teadable" articles from our little village who will enjoy their first season here on was 'at the Same time last 'year.' Hisjjfaaif. Halland Land Companyand he informed storerooms.: .f. ,,!} ;. y I',\J '

_.... Mr C.1 E. silts hint\ in me that the fall here was ample -
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yet wa sendjjoa at least one the Lake The enthusiastic
.., Ballses .
C.: J. Freoch, postmaster, IS on the letter to tell you bow nxnch we, in this fishermen' .- .. and that is i. sport- they, .can- 1J1e".stort., ,Mr. Sjosbom, owns .a! one to,drain every,-acre of, gt.QWldJbeJ ,; jRil1c'Gaeihd! ': f iurt.] !1frffilfe: ; ,

sipklisu farthest nook of the County appreciateyour enjoy here to their heart's coutent half interest In' the commodious pad fug owned and thus far ever.ditch. they..I gone baety \ ;:Gla'legsf"'it" 1:.

house near the railroad track,and is also had du; bul b ProL Doris (colored), spent Christmas efforts to give us a clean County .
at Film Beach. paper devoted to the special interests of G. D. Ackerly. well known to all the interested ia farming: he ha 10 acres in My next visa was to the field\ of.Mr. J.: pect U) get game and will,1 be mad, ,:gr.na

.: tie settlers, and placing railroads, hotels older residents of this section as general tomatoes, S acres '0 pineapple and 5 H. Nutt. who came here,>from/Lake of if they d Q't.. They took enough
A ins program WM reDdercd at the in ,. County. ilr.. Nuit knows how to'work: rations along to last them in case no
trees. .
for of the T. & acres orange
colored and tourists-highly as we may value passenger agent years J.
'a church Monday night them all-secondary in space. Yes we KV.. Ry., is now ating in the capacityof Mr.Tatem Wofford a handsome yonngcracker and is cot afraid to tackle prarie-land ; game runs ia front of their guns., .,

; ., Great preperations are being made are glad there is a papa free from advertising agent f
for the cnurtainment Wednesday night. whisky aud saloon advertisements and Ry with,headquarters at Cindn 'ati. A that his business is very: good apd he has tomatoes. Mr. E B. Cooper of Citrus Church were very inter !.bg.

A party, of, pleasure seekers went to whose pages are not marred by picturesof more competent: railway official and one no reason to complain ; he i is assisted, in County anJ Mr J. H Jackson are farm-' The church".'waS crowded; many: ;wnt

\, Palm Beach on the launch Therelta last sickly men. the very presence of more popular with the home.people, as his store by Mr. J. B. Wofford,'who is iug together ; they will plant 10 acres in away unable to gaia admittance. V.re\

I t Saturday. which in so many papers is an insult to well as with the traveling public, has also agent ef the Southern Express Co touiatces. was a handsome tree loaded with :,;fts

Beans,tomatoes and cabbage comprised the good and true. never been known in' Florida transportation Both of these gentlemen are also inter. My friend, Walter Goodson., a Put for the children.: Mr. Sam Happvett 4

d : c main'exports at present and in good Give us a for the home Giveus circles. THE SUN wishes .him ested in farming the former has five nam County bar and one of the best acted in the capacity Santa Cl-iatjm

large amounts. paper and well wherever he may be located and in acres and the latter one and one-half fellows in Dad; County will, plant four did tie character to perfection.Tlje
a paper our sons daughters can '
, slain in all whatever position his services may be acres. in tomatoes.. acres in tomatoes. Messrs. 5L ood A. church was handsomely decorated. fCespeaking
11 Christmas\ .turkeys were, read, and our people will stand by you. in tomatoes
directions! here, and, every seems much We greatly enjoy Mr. Fills' articles on employed. :My first visit here was to the farm of Gi_ger, will; plant' .eight acres. ... .L was done by the small c & ea! .

I, the better for it: the development of our County. It4 Mr. N. C. Pike a good looking young The next morning my visit was 10 the an'i1.J.ltbe. little ones did,splendiif>-:-
TBS SUN is in receipt of the announcement coved Southern part of the prairie, which is be- ," ., ...-... ? .
\'c! Mccltn, of north .Florida is 'deed, if these letters could have as widea of the marriage of Miss Leethie Cracker who here from Lake ing cultivated almost entirely by Swedes; _.... ,_( >-'.

4. spending the holiday week in this city, circulation in the North as the pink County and is planting 3 acres in toma HOTEL A t1tIVAL
Grace WigfieUl to Mr. Rush H. Allen to some of them are naturalized and they ,
has and have still toes. I found. this, gentleman in his. field _
the guest of Miss Mae Ewing. paper ( yours may a be solemnized at the home of the bride'sparents. make gO law-abiding sober and in .
lira. has returned from- larger), it will do more than the usual and W. making the.-.weeds hum and as I drewnear rah PAI.M3.Hi : ---
Salisbury Mr. Mrs. H. Wigfield, dustrious citizens Nearly every one of. ,
thpnghMhat friend
him he
,Boca: Jtalone where she assisted in care; displav.of sporting facilities for tourists at Toledo, Florida, on January loth nextat was my them is a practical gardener and tfteydo; ? CraIg,Boyl ton; Dr L' D I\iOnad
in J. S. Peters he works like Jim and looks
bg for,Mr..Glidewell, Sunday night. < found the former. teu o'clock in the morning. Mr. Allenis like him and; evidently seemed compli their wor in the most thorough; man---- wife* Palatka; F 0 Williams, \ 1-

Mr. GlidewelU t" former resident of Railroads and hotels are benefittedby one of the best known of the boys in mented when I poke of the resent- ner. M} :Srt stop was at theield'of svBle; Wi R. Harvey E G Le wel, -iss

this place, now of Boca Ratone. who has tourists and many ol them become the Railway Mail Service running between blance. I walked over to the next field Miss Salmi E'.i'ison: where I fouud; r .Came. Johnson, Mts JII Johnson' ,j; Ilii. ii

been very ill, is reported slightly better, charmed with our fine climate and see Jacksonville and Mumi, and.he where' I shook hands with Mr. G. G. John Andt-rsju who in addition to farming -; Rev ".,.P Paine,'aael wife, M.Jsa:

i the rare opportunity for the investmentof has scores or'wann'friends: along the three acres in tomatoes, is; taking Brown City; S Fisk Worthiagio iii i The Christmas tree was a success and Sleffe and Mj. J. E. Mosely who came
their spare dollars, and invest here, line who will congratulate him on his care of one acre for Miss Eliason. Mr," wife.. New York; G II Maltby v.lf..anddaughter
a very enjoyable evening wu'spent by here from e>Osceola County ; these gentlemen
I so we are glad to see them. But it is good fortune in securing the life com K. S. Hulmlerg has three acres Into: Kansas City; A M Wh an.
: all who attended. Mr. Hubbard officiated will plant four acres in tomatoes. I : .. ".. .'. I .. .
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the the the who is I. 111 url1i......a>ns. Louis.'the L r.rt
man on ground; man panionship of the young lady who is as, &is1ur "i- Johnson two aresA .""yti1lard. J -.4. J
I ,at the school boWie Sunday even found my friend W, E. Norton: in his
aiding new acres to our hundreds already popular and as much thought of at her short walk brought me to the field of ) t, wifeand'daughter( B II-I! .hart
,There attendance. he informed that he
ing. was a large field plowing ; me r '
redeemed from Nature's beautifulbut I home as Mr. Rush is here: on the lover sir T. A Johusuwhois planting( and wife, Troy, a;,Henry,\ttfi -. and

i R. C. Taker received a fine consign. worthless rule ; the man who has the East Coast. would plant fifteen acres this season acres in tomatoes. I had quite aninte.: -. eerie, Chicago;G EJnce..Haa&. Vi i.G }

,ment' of citrus and other fruit trees fromtbe' courage _to stick to it, that"we want... principally tomatoes. In the' next field esting talk with this gentleman and ,R PiLzer. Jacksonville; P it JJ.:iAoll
GriEng Bros., and hereafter will,be An important conference of fruit and f found his father, Mr. E. B. Norton, Denton.
and they ire here and still coming and found him to be well informed one :and:wife t', ,,:
*known ttTan! orange'grower, u wet as South Florida will be yet the paradiseof produce growers is to meet at Jacksonville hard at work : he will plant five acres in current events of the day. When I"** ,. ,. '1'\1: .- P

: tracker and tomatoes. Tai;. N W S I O' Eo. .
a pineapple grower.BrantteyMarslull. our country. Saturday,subject to a call issued by licked 1 is sul scription to THE Sus'; he 1 'lI. ." "
Herbert My ck.chairman of the League The next field is operated by Mr.Wm. V 0. Moon" Inpianapulisj,\" ;iegt.
From Mr Fills' letter yon learned asked, Is that an independent paper?.
Domestic Producers to make formal Cook, a Canadian who .is planting four Onnomd; C.S: Dinghetty; .< fell
l we were doing our part. If the attrac Now my for-ier life in the metropolis of
' and adopt effective measures to in tomatoes all of Mr. Cook's B M 'arkerr F O.Williams, Jacktoiiie;
i 1... ., Lions of our beautiful St Lucie river protest acres. ; .. ".. the ere at West caused me to know that ...y,. n", ,..
bij I prevent the admittance, free of duty, of neighbors are Crackers ; he lives with t1-Geller add -wde, Oak iii'*., i h
were only more widely known soon there the uiaj city of naturalized Swedes affi r j.;
8The, residents of Port Lauderdale were I the various products whose free imPor- Crackers and in a short while will be a H6njkton'antt wfe; Dtntost;.r 'lblaarils -
would be no plantation on our North ated tit tbe Republican party.and '
truly surprised when it was learned on I tation threaten the extinction of the cul- genuine- one :himself. Adjoining Mr. w t; Boca Raton ; F B FootV, 31d
Side for sale, as there is now none on knowing; that Tag SON is as true and as .j
(Saturday evening last that Miss Ida ture of tropical fruits early vegetablesand Cook's farm is that of my friend, Mr. W. ]Rapids Mich ; C R Simjpdsi'Psett ; .u. i
South Side the '
I i \ ;Marshall, daughter of.Mr. William Mar our other products vitally affecting our W. Kel amwhilDov ,here from Sumpter loyal to Democracy as needless ,FE C Ry ; C F HopkIns :. ;\.1-

r shall of 'Fort Lauderdale. had been Legal obstructions have receatly been interests. The Executive Committee of County: and is as fine a specimen of a the pole, thought;; that my answer in w> toil gusting; A J Wallace, FL Lawdc -ie ;

e married at the Earmau House remove! from a (urge.tract and we hopeto I cause me ta lose a subscriber Mrs! .GeoV Potter, Miss, EiV Her
I quietly the Indian River and Lake.Worth Pineapple man u one will meet in day's walk;he him ,
but I answered frankiyby ;
'in ibis town to J. N. Brantley, a lormer see our neighbors across the river line Growers Association has empowered will plant five.acrej.faj.-tomatoes., 'Adjoining field Mrs! Bobo Dean, W Spitztr an wife,
numerous kim that'if he subscribed for ,HES .
in Brevard as as are here. ing ,
''resident of West Palm Beach. B K-Dimick, J A Dean Mrs S' .
John B. Beach to officially repre Mr,Kellam's farm I found my ; iap..irtt

\ The bridegroom is well. known iniDade I Wen Christmas. is gone., Our Danish sent that important organization at the I handsome !friend, J. S..PeteN.,, widdlnga" ''N he would get published as true a in Democratic the State. 1 persett .W yarborough. Mrs SSTrV ,

and especially at New bother, who gave his dollar, enjoyed Beach 'as" paper as any t .t Gruber Mrs J R AI -. ,
it I County, I conference, and,Mr. will leave tomorrow hoe, as-gtacefnlJJLand! as easily a "That is all right, but is that paper independent '. lY
; r,River, as a pushing successful businessman the beautiful "moosic" and the child morning to be present at the 'dude does a golf,stick ; his crop will be to this quei- 1 1 Browii. anA wife, Miss Leila! ..Elbe.ny. .
-K ? My answer
1 being formerly in the mercantile I ren's recitations and our tree loaded with appointed time, ten acres; principally tomatoes. There that .Gay I lietcalf, G. G Slr .- a, J FBergent
ton the Editor of Tag SUN wore
dolls and toys. Yes he got the worth of was W I Metcalf and ifjiits
I 'business Fort Lauderdale, while the -S -- was something in Jim's looks which at his I "
.j and he
t *ride. estimable young lady, is well I his dollar, if 'we can judge by appearances To fly Last Cigar.My first I could not understand but after no man's in the collar interest of published thepeople of''Kay..Metcalf.city ; E K. .DAmi. and

'' L*t,the daughter of one of our sizing him np and.noting the faraway paper .'wife, Palm Beach ; G N Wood an rife,
I I We believe no other town of the size spirit no longer Nicotine binds Dade County,,and that with him a poor
Lake-- Iowa Miss Sara .
'" 'fnl truck --Park ; -ses
11 pioneer growers, I look in his eagle eye, made a guess at rich "Then ,
Its good a man.
; 'l this place from Yaladosta, can surpass us genuine liberality To triumphal car. what was the trouble with him ; and that man was as as this Winter Park ;- John A Scott, :. ami ;
On New Yean, I'll ass to the winds I will take that paper In connection
-* when we set about a thing. Almost {40 with friends in 4..W\ R' Moses, Lake Worth : C W
i V My. dearly loved cigar. night while talking some it affords me pleasure to state that I1
OFof the were given for our Xmas. that I 'Car n. Jupiter; ; L.V hill
(to: "A TIRO many No longer oa perfumed vapor. Tatem Wofford's store, found out have. heard a number of people say subtantially -
'gparties The noise of the many hammers stillgiiit his Confidentially :(; }Marietta Mornll. He en'G' aaith,
out the knowledge are My vagrant fancies sail; had diagnosed case correctly. % what I stated to Mr. Johnson

wraps were harried on. and the i s in the air as acre after acre U ad- My mental' power now scuds before boys, Jim looks just .like a and I secured over fifty subscribers: by Exeter, N H; Howard dole, .Ka thill,

were soon on their way to the nearest turiMLalready large acreage that is Sterm k1UoD"calc. ; ". fellow who intends to desert the. ranks of who Mass'r Pedersen, Roynton ; F G fcoyd,
honest answer to people.
drug store. flickered t"ork of planting citrus Adieu,sweet enchantress ,Adieu I the bachelors.' d. I i. making an Wm Gates Toledo 0 ; C E Card and

..Having secured their treasure. Myrtle out Left In EH. Lucie people are Duty compels us to part. finished differ with the political policy of Tag, wile St Augustine : C P Metcall Pompano .
and harried back and } Yet will often This my morning's tramp on.. SCN by telling them if they bought it, '
May were boys were lOOn '. meAt i if you memory renew after dinner in ; Geo W Poore, H H Poore 11.\
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prarie company
aoott tn'tbe privacy of Myrtle's room. All was quiet anr The spelt.yosonce held o'er. my i Bustoa -
Vft> with friend Walter'Goodson. we
i An boor or BO later they decided as for Mrs. Hatch did! oy

May expressed It. to "muzzle them- folks sitting up to i .

selves" and retire for the night. May Then Myrtle suddA

had tilt a tickling in her throat that

;was doubtless of an Imaginary or sym- man. of thOUghtJ

,r tpe a Mare gnxj bad sledded< to over- her mouth. Tbeu.


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...'a. .. te crater (Go--- Cis Aleea' Gt.ent DIn"fna' : ? A
i '. ,. STRIKING AND COSTLY. .ctUsk Hat of FrllU. ......W'lar.r.

E i..h :. GOWNS FOR SOCIAL FUNCTORS. ', Fur toques are already! very much la Oyster: \hive had' nanjj prion 'accusations ;' Is Prepared to Supply

..p evidence mint and sable remainingstill brought agalnst\.ttiem: 'aoch Does Your Stationery with" ..

raaelaat1. the favorite furs for millinery as',causlng'the- spread of typhoid" fever '* >-,. .& you ;
-"4 Effect I*,Hew CtaUu.ArtlflcUl .
#d.. n.wer Trlia1.S-JIe. purposes.' These toques look best of ; producing "ptomaine poison/ ndma.klD3 : W' --., < SDD laB1' at' ling Pcasr ,
course when there Is some connecting peopfetikfc when eaten onr'ofseason. ? .
5uitYqu :
.. ,
** Ble ol 1portoi Rees.... ; ;. .
Iink-between themselves and the ,
f '. A'Ptae: EvealBB Cloak. costume When oysters hai.w decided : J Fresh Pork, -
with which they are' worn and gre &teh huwj'Tbey'are considered by i'i' .
It la gowns for the street and gownsfor even where ate actual trimming of many: ar Injurious tbe-system and ; ,. .Reef". .

(! every sort of function a New York mink or sable is out of the question on not to be>eaten: ThIaJa aaodter fallacy Next to, biff wearing appareV-there 18 nothing .
} season can produce which are agitating the gown itself It Is often possible to recently 'exploded by science. The '... "" Poultry

.S the feminine world and dress- Introduce a little fur upon a neck ruffle green in the oyster is neither an Imll- a really' neat man is eo particular' about as Eggs. ;
!; makers In particulars and there Is'no or collarette' which will serve to cation ot dhwaae nor the presence of

R- limit to the demands for elegant effect connect the toque with the rest of the. copper 'bnt U la.:'due to the plants upoj -, the quality. and'appearance, of his Stationery. Native Meats. specialty
It wild eem that the secret of dl&. toilet which the bivalve feed In certain 'e'" .
his bus-
And truth it.does proclaim
One of the loveliest fur toques of the waters* These'plEPte dissolve Inside y'-' invery ''your Patronage Solicited.

season I fa made in that al\ys becoming their dlgwrtive/apparaiua, ,and the coloring iness as. a neat fitting',and stylish suit of

boat shape which' In various modified matter.distribute Itself in their Market
,''''';_.' forms seems hkel, to be coming juice clothes proclaims the man.. i--: WEST PALM' J3JUeu.
tack Into favor. The hat In question To verify::: thla abatement: statistics < i.d 11-12 -
ri \
t ka considerably wider than the ordl have bee* collected whfcfc..atow:,that ,,_ ;<..

.p.f airy boat shape. and both brim and Q part of'Europe-*;green,'oyster It will Hit is: : < .
-p :: -_. 'i ..1. fa crown are covered with sable the brim are highly prised by epicure*and more --i. \ We' 84.- lflDTUCK, ;

..j being cut down In front I hi a very to given for them: than, the ordinary furnished you by .s'= ,.:;.-1'r'': >;.. "". ...; <', Proprietor
',' quaint and novel fashion. The crown kinds.. The* blasts are- supposed to !i' .\. -. : -

b then draped with a soft scarf oft Jive .a certain delicate flavor to the -", .. Palm. .. '--.. .
; am colored real renaissance lace ar- meat that 'appreciated bys goodiBlgesO3bnjLajBotbe.emJbargo '

... .HWged ln.anappliqoe design!upon '% against _. 4 -' the right--- -kind,of a, house- -'present-' a nice appearance .-- -. h" --Beach ...
ri ground of monsseUne de sole to a the oyster u a healthful-seafood Is removed -
i make a impression, which
deeper shade of,cream color;.and .fin- ; an? fJW 'dattoaa' ; bjvolre can :_ .i and ,good' Drug

t .shed, at tbe back wltb long fringed .still be enjoyed 'bj all:. even thoughtbesktrtesheuWhavea'greeelab t would not.be.> the cia ..if.}on need,shoddy -
4 cads,' which droop a little.Me.' the ; 1 tinge .
't 'Bt
7- i ban In the center of the front where at tkses.'. : F paper that. was poorly printed. .
i the brim Is cut down. there, Is. a Usable -, Them.' Is? ode:-faiteoQo4rnlngithi) .: _: .

bead and above the bead a big, I bivalves that-18 worth'" DOUeIng. People ,.t.Now while speaking of houses that are and Royal Poiociaoa Piiaiinacy

--- buckle of rhin >8tonea.Another'very have for years claimed that' our .
dainty little fur trim- oysterdonot hWe tb* sam.ddUida y? ight,": we must'not'faii to mention \

bud toque la made In white glace silk favor .the tttsweelef-dye Iqpart to : .; :I, _. ... I -DEALER8Ih i
'- bordered all around the brim and also the consumer 25 years ago Then oy- v .

along the edge of the: crown with a ten were delldoully< appetizing and :

II&n'Ow.Une of sable:, The shape la almost great'1tJX9rIa' 'Tbdarir-to tare-that The Drugs Toilet'Articles
i+, that of a toreador or turbltn.&n I one gete' e J One oyster flavor,in. the .
.' the crown la covered closely .with a sbellflsb. Blue:,. P.olats, ,Shrew8burys.

ran rim cows wonderfully, elaborate embroidery .in Saddle Uocks_ andsimilar choice varieties i Fine Stationery and

ttnctlon In dress'thla season mast.be pale green and trine chenille. brighten; have even lost their old time.
ed with twisted threads,of gold and flatpitTbiato Tropical
fti large measure extravagance and
N most elaborate decoration. If the. ov diver; In front but slightly on" '''one ( 'ceeuntfof,bjt the-arttflcial Druggist Sundries.PrwscrtptioaftCtvrvfn .

nn\ng ttwra' are any critertoo fwr side, there to a. big' bunch of brigtwk' ttctti&to-Cif fait Jii -hem.J TbM>y"

::. \tIe1 are. certainly the acme' of. da- tiotets.'w\tb a BUff white 0&I>re7'1 ten ire'gathered: floUt their salty beds ... ? CompoundedEast

jaiH-e In combination of materA1aul ;!' in the center and smartly ,tied. I atthe: bottom of the bay and,placed Intrt'ek .. "t :" 5un Coast Business: Solicited.WEST .
";- I } :water: or: brackish ,rivers to be --
killed band work, with artlstle.eobroldery .
I fattened market these aril PALM ilKArH, 6-10-ftflf.
foc ta" :
and hand painting *t the -
8ch l". beds the bjralves gain only Inwate .
had Satin Cnished crepe de-ehtae.
and'' lose"la their' mineral ele ... -
.. .
brocaded pause, late gauae an4 baodpajnted ; -
I\ '
silks, are the favored ..materials mt'lltL 'They OOCAeqt eotly- lose bothIn Which enjoys a well-merited reputation forfurnishing PATRONIZE THE -
their1 patatabknes ocr nutritive
: of fashion for evening dress,' << ,
.. qualities ''Oyater; thus: artificially THE SUN has
., Cloth has been brooght out by the _, bighgrade''work.
fattened contalijfi from oae-eightb to 1'I DeSota RestaurantWHEN
dressmaker a* a. desirable fabric for
one-fifth tea nottlment,than,wben taken the beet equipped Job Office' along the East
,evening dress once In a pertod egjMrsfor
direct from, tlelr o t.oJ:1tJ.Iled.: Table -
= ff.loo5 time ,blU never before so ,
Talk. \ Coast, and ii better. ,. prepared now than ever
attractively U.U shown this eetIoa! I
.It Is extremely a la quality with a Tie Doa'FtafeN Sktrt.. before to> meet all -requirements of the A Scold Meal or I COlBfortablt Roof,

ftou like' aatin. and the daJsty pale Itl1Ie1Ilg'-almoit' familiar t
Despite a
dl&Unctiook, The trade in that line., tr
I ttnt' give apeclal r ,
I/" cameo tints are-, beautiful but the object la' Pads a-skirt box plaited 1 ?I OYSTERS TO ORDER;,
round has:scarcely yet made; Its-bow -i..
vhlteicloth'In ,the,Ivory trot .rather :
In This
: thiscountry. arrangement
baa the lead. la anycolor fur ahould looks preeminently well In black: clothv High-grade Work ANNIE LATT1MER, Prop,

be a part of the decoration to give a as also In ta.ffe.taa,the, plaitS.united eJ: ,- cor. Banyan and West J>ala' .....
warmtb la-effect which'cloth In pale they by a'piping'or. that openwork Is the kind THE SUN does: ; ;li : I'oulliella Streets. toIUIi
tinta' especially need*... However- It U stitching.
feather: Authorities, bower
hardly pouibSe..tbat doth:will become
'unanimous that' with
er. are every ,
generally popular for evening dreaa, as l 'skirt'a'flowing etteat'at-the feet shall and the only kind. We Lave '.found through I
the lighter materials are BO much better prevail. Gea. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACT.UR5RS
for and much "
dancing gowns so' t J A Parit.cort'fIPODIJeotIIA1': "I ban an'experience. extending over' a number of I
cooler W :
wear. heard a great deal about the new plait
.1 ''r"' Pall pink panne-with'bee appliqueand IV ill dfttstsv \1I/ !* .,.M> te. he ..-V.., year thai U pay to'.do this, for when you

frill of pink pol> l .prlt. express ; wide and..loose,, but,I, have found tall
one_ of fashion' harm' In dwsa.: the plaited dresses now worn areas once get, a customer be will stick knowing
: ;. Artificial flower play rveryimpbr.: riscns: raoM rAKOL '
tight fitting' as those that are no
I the that; what is done for,him will be done EIGHT, 9
tant new 'evening
.- part among of white,tuUe. Under the brim on the plaited at all The models preserve the

<- '- gowns, and none but the..... very beat.Is lett' aide the hat Is lifted off the hair line of grace aDd:widen out at-the bottom and in a manner;; that will be both pleasing
by-a similar bunch of violets, but In a only., Some skirts nave a' wide I '
I, w smaller size of course and a little floance! coming from: the knees bu and attractive.!. ..

._ knot of white tulle the effect is not graceful and they will ;' '\
,Specially to wear with this dainty not In all probability become fashionable .'". ;.r '.

; toque a' very lovely ruffle and muff ,-\ ,. -' ".
.i have been provided. The ruffle Is of ""One'tblDg about, which every one I And that's the. .,,':, ; I:'
white'glace silk gathered fully round seems to be to accord is the length of J. ", f- *
-h the neck and bordered top and bottom the skirts which appear to grow longer : 01"
I r.I with an edging of sable. It U then finished a* the season advances. Cheapest after 'all. Doors Sash ;

I under the chin with two little .

t sable beads and a bunchjofjtall9.n.ektber.slde. .A, eay.e Wladw- Scree '
Blinds :
.. Mouldings
,'i"I In the q tmor there is a big! f The'New York 'Tribune tell, of ,the .

> t bow of wybteetUUe to serve as a back- Ingenious manner In which one woman Even t.hough'IOu might be able to send else- -ANDBuilding -
I gr$8na i ra4 bunch ,of bright violets, screened a window overlooking a .

: while two long stole ends of glace silk neighbor's unattractive back yard: She where for your Stationery and save possibly Material,

frilled and edged with fur fall some' procured from the glaiier- number: of CHARLESTON S, C.s" '
distance below the waist panes of glass the euct size of those a few cents. on an order amounting to several ,

: A curious combination of fur chiffon of the lower.sash and a ball of putty.*; Largest Factory-South.
and email fruit may be seen on some of Then she. covered the pane! of the window dollars, remember; that time is consumed and Send for Prices.

4tlit the newest Paris hats and a charm- with pressed autumn grape lea vea.- :'delays occasioned in doing so, and that if
log mink toque la trimmed only ,with ferns and other brightly! : tinted tollage

a' scarf drapery of emerald green chiffon She Imitated the buD bei of' grapes mistaken should occur, you will have more or The Dads County Stale Bank
ii!. and finished at tbe side with littlebunches with purple- tissue paper cutting out ,

\ of purple and pale green each grape' separately;'the'tissue paper less trouble in getting them rectifie.L West Mm Beach, Florida.
f grapes and one or two very tiny plums' giving the same luminous effect as

For everyday morning wear especially the pressed leaves. The stems and tendrils -
with tailor made gowns, there she. painted In oils gumming the Authorized Capital 9100,000.(
Is still nothing neater or smarter than The Sun Guarantees '
leaves -
and grapes I In place with a little
a toque In glace silk or In cloth ornamented mucilage and adding a few butterflies Paid Up Capital, 915,000.
nW.EYD1SOaoA ..": either with of fine
many rows which she bought from a collection
oaed. Small flowers are thEb WIt stitching or with long Hues of very When her design was finished;she cov- Satisfaction OFFICERS:

\ when tbe skirt baa this decoration,llti narrow silk braiding, woven In one ered each*pllut> with the others she had E. N. DIMICK, President. .
the larger flowers when there la only with the material Ittu-lf. These
toquesare bought and 'fastened them. In with the U. D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-PretldtnL
a bunch on the bodice; A single flower in the boat taste when they match I putty. making:an Utamlnated;windowof and is right here at home, where it stands GEO. L. BRAN NINO Cashier
,t In the balr with a twist and two loop the gowns with which they are worn. great beauty. .*. ,

of-white tulle Is a fashionable addition They are trimmed for the most part ready at all times and under all circumstances
Hours From g.. pt,toJ .
to the evening costume and then these .
quite simply with one or two quills and Roar th* ChrUtma* D icrt. ;
are all sort of Jeweled algreta, butter a buckle. Stuffed Ralslus.-Cut choice to fulfill its contracts to the letter If you
i. fly wings and bows of lace and velvet Of, the two stylish hats Illustrated open : >
raisins on ODe side and
wired Into place. remove are not satisfied with work may have CollecOenspromptly remitted of
one baa chinchilla for Its brim and a seeds;' fill with bits of'blanched''aim- yon OB day
Unit bolero of Renaissance and Wonderful.arrnog'm'ot receipt. Draft bongkt and sold on tbe principal
brussels applique lace' sees of stitched onds. English walnut or candied cherries gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the cities of the United SUtea. 4-29-97
are on electric velvet for Its
crown a mass of :- close each raisin: thus filled aDd
some of the Imported evening gowns I harmonizing wings/ coming at the left la another seeded of Stationery
I wrap raisin; roll in style or grade your ,.
especially those made of
panneThe side. together with a quaint ring.or fine granulated
idea of using two materials for .sugar. -
nament of crystal The other
marvelous Candled Almonds and
_English Wal--
the skirt seems to prevail in nearly all f ]
creation hat '
a wltb round
upturned nuts.-Boll one cup,of granulated sugnnr Send in trial order OYSTERS J
the dressy costumes. and when the brim. Is a whim from Paris. a ,.=....i., .. # Jv
same fabric is employed for the entire The whole affair crown brim, everything I i '.', 4
':. skirt It Is arranged to give the effect of la composed of quill; In this for anything you may need ix ANY STYLE AND fAT

difference. instance ,of, a rich royal blue hue. t Au. HOURS.J. .
Silk lace very similar to thee blood Adjudged as sufficiently decorative 1 *' *

.. laces worn so many years ago. baa been Itself a large chou of'blue velvet in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, 1 J. Brisbone's' /

revived again.FJegant serves as the exclusive adornment
and useful In evening cloaks Note Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes, .
y U ow of clot, satin lined and complet- Fuhlon's Echoe. I Restaurant
: rd with one of tbe 'new hoods lined The pigeon and the sea gull are the '_ 'Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter i '
with shirred lace and trimmed around !
stylish birds In millinery'Just now. Pads Circulars Hand.Bills Pamphlets West End Seminole Block,
Dodgers, \
the edge of the frill with velvet... The Street oil,tt ,
gloves In glace or castor with
j. ltt>uiM and Illustration here gtve& are four buttons are the in fact wantIn I West Palm Beach..WKMMMV .) "
.. leivcted from the New York.8uus ft.- proper thing. AND Ito r Boxcars or anything thatyou may ,} ), ',
Fur toques and turbans of .. falq
sable or O.11 'rf NO.
tame of rich..fashions now prevailing. ar. oDHlgbtb'ot
chinchilla trimmed with velvet roI'ttea. a teaspoonful of t.he'liD of PRINTING ". now.
cream of tartar tad *
rYk. birds wings'or bunches'of violets three-fourths of. a
To CIM cup of: water'over a very hot fire. Do
; .
Ifs marble bath basin boa been"discolored were worn well doVn'on the fore- our
or not stir afterboilingbas begun. I
,. head at the New York horse show. Remove of a
b drippings from the fan- 1 Bre'st..di t
from the: fire a* soon as there Is a And we will I
veetr scour it- wltb 'pulverisedchalk Dresses drag the ground regardlessof suspicion of a taint yellow tinge to the : about 65.flaI .

.',moistened with ammonia Another surroundings. sirup. Take the shelled nuts (the almonds i I .. end cleared away at y
.: food way to clean" marble lao use a The long cloth coat In pale pastel should have been previously .;mL 10:00 o'clock. It was as interest- !

? .Mroag solution of washing soda, Into shades. represents the elegant evening blanched>> on the point of a large nee please you==sure. ..- Ier.o-i; I lug as it was plainly visible.

.. *blcb 'a.little whiting has' been des wrap. dle or fine$ skewer and 'dip' them In ..,
r', solved Cover the marble with the Soft plumes! of hackle feathers are tbe'lrup:then drop'on'oni>d paper.. guitar WANTED-by lessons a young man-to take
inixtnrp and "let It remain 'on' for about handsome Iwomlng and fashionable Tbi...e wlr** and Illustration are given also a competent instructor -
; to
to hour. Then rub It off t&dl0rbl 'pgUlIl and eland damp weather better than by to*.Rwioo Cu*lag School Us* Iowahors French language. take Inquire lessons of the in Editor the '


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MASONIC. FR1CASSLE OF RABBIT. : 'J' !, ; :I'1 'A..' G.: MooreWeaves -'
Jntor De eon's Offle laChJaa I..nut. ::J' ,, ; "
-f S Pros ta. Tcaialc. Hw to Prrr.r. Tf. DcIleUu amiHvtriiiotfc -
.. PUo: ,'
.:. A junior deacon who does not know Cut a young rabbit r.t into joints tad .,. "i"r"" Covering -
better than to permit brethren to enter or : .,
1 neat pieces. Wash the meat well and : : : for NEAPPLES. '
f retire from the lodgeroom during a ballot 1.'l. ,
la not fit to fill that position. W dry ft. Put two ounces of butter or I '

clarified dripping into a stewpan with NEPTUNE FLORIDA:
ODD FELLOWS. fear that masters often overlook the importance :
of this office when making ap- one onion sliced, two or three sticks of .. 11-9-201 *
pointments. The junior deacon shouldbe celery cut Into small pieces and alice
Gra 4 Patriarch .f +lel- :
t Llak .e.. a person of experience and sound discretion of fat bacon. As soon as the butI I :
pl* *
of San who ... The newly fledged Mason is apt ter or dripping has melted put In the SPARKLING < THE BALTIMORE TAILORs.ABE .
i Joseph Foster Diego was ,
.-. 'elected grand patriarch at the recent to Masonic be lacking Standard.It In both. these quali catioDL pieces of rabbit and let them fry gen-

,' session of the tly for 20 minutes. Turn the meat "
: grand encamp Is better to err on the side of Ma- constantly and take care that It does SAFEANEK & SON,

J. ment of Califor sonic charity than to turn away a brother not acquire any color. At the end of MANAGERS 0?
nia. Is native who is really entitled to assistance. .
a the time put the rabbit on a plate and
of the Golden Hon. James D. Richardson of Tennessee keep it hot on the rack. : The Three Friends .
State, hating has been elected lieutenant grand I Stir two ounces of flour Into the pan .. These -are the expressions
: been born at Sacramento commander of the southern jurisdiction .
fs- containing the vegetables mixing it _. : .ih 2 Tailoring Company.,

la 18M.1 Scottish: Rite. well with the fat Then add by degrees ..: allsides
:1 which be heard on
I lie removed to Josiah A. Peck is now grand high can
f San Dierand priest of Minnesota Royal Arch Masons a quarter of a pInt of white stock SUITS AID PAXTS MADE TO OBCEB,
all the time. .
i or water stirring quickly
became a member -
and J. C. Fisher grand secretary._ "
I of the order and then pour In half a pint of boiling .. -' concerning the news
officers the Masonic
The report of the of :
in San Diego milk. Continue to stir the sauce until .
home in St. Louis which Is supported r : and
J lodge in 1883 and by the grand lodge of Missouri It is smooth and thick. Then draw the : .- Gleaning Pressing. Repairing
'. :" Centennial e n- and ,which affords shelter for unfortunate pan to the side of the stove and let It columns. of, :; A Specialty. ..
; '
\ campment No,. simmer. Season the with gait. ,-
members and others, showed the sauce
r ; ,
\' I year. He las been a U member of the of Mme the home to be In a prosperous condition and white pepper, a little blade of mace ,. ,' ,,- FIT AND WO MAXSKIP &MTEED.

afforded cause for congratulation. and a few thin strips of lemon peeL ,' ,-.
4 grand encampment since 1891. He was rfe.,
.; t, elected grand sentinel in 1892. 1833. IBM The grand lodge of Illinois reports a Place the pieces of rabbit in tt. cover WEST'PALM BEACH, FLA. i..

and 1805. grand junior warden in 1890. net gain in membership the past year of. the pan'closely and let the meat stew .
: ) grand senior warden in 1897. grand high 9G2 total membership. 55120. gently for an hour. Dish,it up on a THEL'R9

priest In 1898 and now occupies the high There are 532 lodges of Masons lit the hot dish let the sauce boll up. and Clematis Avenue
1 -
position of grand patriarch. state of Missouri. after removing the pan from the stove '

Every hour of the day some one somewhere North Dakota has one Scottish Mason add a few drops of tarragon vinegar
I U extolling the grand principles, to-every 7 1-3 Master Masons and South and pass It through a gravy strainer Supply Store--::
T '' of Odd Fellowship. Dakota one to every 11%. Florida has over the meat Garnish the dish with

I j I Massachusetts ,has another Rebekah but one in every sat: South Carolina ,little three cornered sippets of fried West '
Beach. Florida
one to 124%: Virginia one to 141 2-$
lodge. American instituted recently at : i i-rad and rolls of crisply fried bacon
Alabama one to 143% Georgia, to J. D. MATHS
; Dorchester.The ; one ur Uttle balls of herb farce. Piopnetor.
188; Mississippi one to 207%; North
work done by the Bebekahs at Carolina. one to 570% PI CAL (SirrtinrU Brui *| Bakoui tncttj Cl)
r the Buffalo fair has proved conclusivelythat How to Make Cabbage Salad. -
they are the moat energetic branch Senator Henry M. Teller' of Colorado 1s Chop the cabbage fine sprinkle with My Hotto-",IulClIl5a.Jea and Small Proflta.
i i. of workers to be grand herald of the supreme council
found and when the
salt and let stand overnight Heat one
southern Rite. Goods andFamily.Groceries
Odd Fellows needed assistance they were jurisdiction. Scottish BaKery
egg thoroughly and add to one-half
first to offer their services. E. L. Lybarger Is now grand master of
pint boiling vinegar. Rub two table- q
Ohio and J. Brownell
A talr In aid of the home for widows EL grand secretary.

t' t of Odd Fellows was held in the Philadel According to the latest statistics available spoonfula mustard Into more vinegar .....My Specialty.Goods .
to form'a smooth and add.thla
phia temple from Nov. 6 to 12. This there are 340,000 Master Masons paste to
commendable institution located in Tioga. good standing within the territory com the boiling vinegar. Pepper_ and sugar '.i"- SuN delivered free to any part

t is struggling along bravely under circumstances prising the southern grand jurisdiction.I L 10 taste Lt an come to DOU ana pour 1 .' '}', of the City or across the Lake. .

not the most encouraging. It +330,000 of whom are not Scottish Rite I over the cabbage stirring thoroughly... I ',<'y..e, 0 All Orders Given Prompt itteniioo.
Masons r.
was started by a few courageous women
Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
entirely without the aid moral How t. Hake ..... ,
,. or even Crabapple ":" I support of the grand lodge and is doing KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. This. If properly made of good ripe ,.' '
a magnificent work. fruit Is nearly equal to tbe delicious .- :I BU1-ofm,and I will nave jon money. 6-r.oy -

California was rearranged by: the Pytkiaas WeU ae.l'fle.'e4. la liesWarPtsme guava jelly of the tropics. Take any The OLDEST and :BEST

I grand encampment so as to form two Tip* quantity of apples you wish to use ,
districts of 45 encampments each and to Four of the brigadier generals in the treeing them from wormy spots halve Mathushek Pianos
'" -- allow the visitation of each encampmentat Spanish war were members of the uniform I "
and : the
each apple throw Into a preserving published
least once in two yearsThe.grand rank. They were Generals" William newspaper t
.Are Hanoa With Name,
kettle. Stew with sufficient water
J. McKee. James IL Barkley! J. Rush
master of Massachusetts to cover till reduced to a pulp and Pianos That Have A Reputatio
Lincoln Fred Funston. Twenty of '
opened the four days' Rebekah fair recently then Into a jelly bag and drain ; County. Each week they second the
\ held at Stoneham. the volunteer colonels and 18 of the commissioned poor ':4 to none. They are

officers in the 10 new regi- off the juice. To every pint of juice ", <' kind that have stood the test of
) Grand lodges may establish general relief ments are enrolled officers In the uni- allow a pound of sugar and set It In '
1 committees so organized as to enable contain: time an have satisfied the most
form rank.General .
the in earthenware dishes to
oven pie
them to carry out so tar as may be. the '- <_'J,,,:,,';,. critical musicians in :
: every way.
i requirements for relief found to exist in Carnahan commander in chiefof beat but not discolor. While the sugar ,, t.,,#, ,"" ,,- "; 'F. .,. ... '
t their several jurisdictions.The the uniform rank is extremely proud Is heating boll the juice for just 20 -, ,"" >> They Are Not

reason why all members are not of the record made by members of the minutes. When the sugar Is added to _:,_--i i-": ... old style pianos that have been
uniform rank in the late He is .
r active workers in the order grows out of veteran of the civil war. war. a the juice, it should be so hot that It rented for years and then offered .
their indifference to the order's interests hisses. Stir all.together till perfectly "
rather than lack There are 45 organized companies of dissolved. Then into glasses, corer ? as "great bargains, not arev..
., from a of opportunityor pour
a want of ability. the uniform rank in Missouri. with paper dipped In brandy and All the News .: they "cheap, low.grade"pianos -

'I- There nothing in the gt'nerallaw, of Frank De Castro of Kimball has been then with, white paper brushed over "; made to sell "at half price." _

'\ the order \which deprives a past grand re-elected brigadier general of the uniform with white of egg cross the top of the t.f: Every Piano.Is New .* '
rank of NebraskLThe .
who U than 13
more week in arrears for glass.
dues of the privilege of voting for grand report of the financial officers of and every part Is made in the,

officers. the various grand domains shows the organization How to Make Molasses CU.)'. that IS News : Matkushek Factory,

i Only such brothers as pay their due to be in good condition and Two cups of molasses, one of white which is a guarantee that it will

iQ in advance are entitled to ntt>ive the annual the records indicate and that the growthhas sugar one tablespoon of vinegar; a last a lifetime. *
been satisfactory
vigorous entirely
I traveling password at the time they small piece of butter. Boll from,2Q '
pay their dues- aud-recoil, am official receipt to the most sanguine members.' minutes to one-half hour. Try It ty ';I--: $ '. Why Take..Chancesonelieap ,

therefor. The judiciary committee of the grand dropping a little Into cold water. If it : >pianos when-the Odp.-! >
lodge. Knights of Pythias of Indiana West Palm '
from "
-not only and Reliable Mathushek le '
has decided that nearly every act of the hardens. It is ready to cool Pour intoa can ,
UNITED WORKMEN. grand lodge at Its last session is unconstitutional fiat buttered dish and work with the bought. at prices and terms to '

De..ee*t Homer-IB the- Empire State.WerkihoB and not according to the Pyth hands wheu it is cool The longer it U Beach and immediate vicin- suit you?There are more than

Chip. ian law except the election of officers worked the better It is.How 15,000 Mathnshek Pianos in .
and an amendment that the lodge
as a '
Grand Chief_ n of__ _Honor__ Rehocra V._ Van, __ body passed the South. "You Should Have
'! Fleet Js working earnestly to extend the on.ROYAL Procure t. Stew Calve of Feet.calves' ity, but ,from all] points 01 One."
a couple prepared
limit of the Degree of Honor in the state Genuine Mathoshek Pianos
1 of New York. The order is composed of ARCANUM. feet from the butcher Joint them and
the wives and female relatives of the place In stewpan. Cover with water note ,on the Lake and along I are only gold by _
t members of the Ancient Order of United Oflelal Report OB CoaditUa .f Or- -bring to the boil simmer for five mla LUDDEN BATES' S.31.11.

Workmen and combines social and beneficial der-CouaeU Note utea and then drain dry. Replace the Fred Kahn
the railroad thus Manager.
,features. There are two classes of As the result of the recent examinationof feet In the:stewpan, cover with milk makingit ,
beneficiary certificates one for $500 and the business and condition of the order and water add a teaspoonful of salt 29 EastBay St., Jacksonville !'la.
J' one for $ .ooo. Thus far this year there by the insurance officials of Michiganand
a bead of celery, half an onion and a <
have been but three assessments levied. Missouri the condition is found to be easily .
small strip of lemon peel Simmer
has made satisfactory. Prompt attention is given W. B.'MITCHELL
Mystic lodge of Lynn a net ;
slowly and when the meat Is quite
gain of 500 members in the past five to all claims, and they are paid as soon .
years. as final proof is received. The report tender so that the bone can be removed Shoe Repairing Neatly.Done,j tar
"The place It on a dish. Strain the
l says management expenses are
The grand lodge of Maryland Is hustling ness Sewed and Repaired.
: very small and the society is to be congratulated gravy through a thick sieve thickenIt
for new members and favors the the economical manner with butter and boll thoroughly Out-of-town customers will receive
upon flour up
special deputy system in old lodges'and In which the affairs of the promt attention. Shop on Olive t't'E't.
and season with a dash of pepper The
special deputy organisers where the -
or I conducted." Leading Family newspaperof next door north TK.OPICAI.SUS Build.
der la not established. and powdered mace. Garnish the
ing. f .3
4 Prompt payment of all just death .
Grand Trustee Benjamin Brown of dish with crescents of toasted bread
claims has been a standard feature of i -
and slices of lemon and .
New York reports a revival of Interest in pour the sauce I --
the Royal Arcanum.
the lodges in Richmond county.. New over the meat To Rent by the Hour or Day.
Garden City council, Chicago is the
members are introduced at every meeting Dade County
and a large increase for 1899 is largest council in Illinois, with a member- How to Prevent a.... OflliY HEW BICYCLES IN TO a.
'claimed.Grand. ship of 14251. The largest council in the
In laying aside knives or other steel
order is Gilbert of Brooklyn with 1,343 Next Door North Tropical Snn:r.'e ck,
Master Workman Crary of Massachusetts members. Implements they should be slightly
has been pushing the order oiled and wrapped In tissue paper to t W. R. HITCHED.

with much success in Maine. Officers prosper of in councils their vicinity who wish should the assist orderto prevent rusting. A salty atmospherewill Already THE SUN is a wel-- Proprit. ;'r.VTOTICE. .

the supreme officers by attending promptly in a short time quite ruin all steel "-
Modera Woodmen.Over
to the preparation of the proof of articles unless some such precaution la .
80,000 copies of the 1899 edition taken. visitor to nearly every -
k of the society's laws have been sold deaths and forwarding them to the supreme come -

through the supply department during secretary. How to Clean CkamoU Glove To all mhom it may Concern:

}I the past 60, days. of The Detroit largest, with council 713: members.in Michigan is Star Make a strong suds with white castile home in this section, Notice-is hereby given that the "(raeh

On'Jan. 1 there were DUBS benefit soap or any other kind of good Club"of Palm Beach Dade Cooctv.. -rldv, I
members in good standing. On Sept 30 Red lIIe. white soap, and to two quarts of sod* will apply to the Hon.Minor 8.Jones. "rdge, i
the number had increased to 408,080. or and its attractive etc.at TituBville. ,Florida,en
add one teaspoonful of borax dissolved many ,
a net gala of 8,060\ pet month. ,for the Massachusetts tribes are adopting palefaces -
nine months. at a rapid rate. Recently Mirimicni in half a pint of hot water. ,When The 6th day of January, 190-1

At its September meeting the board of adopted 24,"Iroquon 20 Wuoo hoc 16 the suds are cold put the gloves on features are bringing new or aa goon tb>realter an the same .n be

directors allowed claims to the total and Sadawga 16. the hands and wash them slowly and beard for a charter to Iniorporii the

amount of $214,250. At the October Mary M. Keeney la now great Poca- gently as If washing the bands. Rinse I "Beach Club"of Paliu Death Fla. & rpo,

meeting of the board the total amount allowed hontas of'Pennsylvania and P. De Bon- in the same manner In clear water. recruits to its ranks each ration organised for social purposes... ..I for
was $322.450. free great keeper of records Then draw off gently and bang la a !the objects Indicated In the name .,' said

Because of some technicality the Modern The board of managers of the New shady place to dry. drawing them Into corporation and expressed In Ita arts ..x of

,Woodmen has not yet.been admittedto York Red Men's home to be built at Saratoga shape when they are almost dry. When week. Incorporation. 1
the states of New Hampshire, New report the outlook for the success perfectly dry rub them between the Dated at Palm Beach this 5th >; ol
a December, A.D.JIm!>>.
ot the undertaking satisfactory.
d York and Massachusetts. hands to soften them.-LadlN" Home ,
The Order Red Men Indiana PnMenti.
Improved of in Journal
Kaltkta aad Ladles of Roaor. has voted to debar liquor dealers .R, BRADLEY See'" and T...iu. ___\

The committee on German work reports from membership.; '. How to Hake Mezleaa Cofeo. T.M.T.M.REESE.FLETCHER Director., .. .

319 lodges working in the German' To two cups of drip coffee add one JudiciousAdvertisers J.M. FLETCHER, to !:'
language with a membership of 31.005. Kilgfete of Baaar. cup of rich chocolate. Heat it and :-1J-- '

,! The supreme medical examiner accepted The order is Inured of new recruits serve with whipped cream covered # --
10.902 applicant for relief fund memo and only by. the personal solicitation of with powdered sugar. .
bership during the past two. years. During members can these be secured. Subscribe for the Si ,a.
the 189T and 1S96 1.03G members -
Seek men for candidates for
f- young How to Make SpaaUa Stew.
died being 134 less than during the -
membership. They likely to be-
are more -
small rabbit
_Wipe a carefully with a
189(5.R (. .
V.' t years 1S95 and come workers after they are initiated. cloth divide It with }
"I. damp a,sharp I GEO. H. MALTED
They will also help to lower the death
.jral Leas .. rate and coati knife into small pieces. skin and scald '
nine months of this thTfcil < two small onions cut them In slices I
year Advertise'the' -DBALK& IX-
order in the community i
has received 2,400 place them at the bottom of an earth- '
apember this hence the free -
{ .. in which you reside. Let the people know 4 : Realize; I
.. enware Jar with a little salt and pepper ;_ Household
I all about'iL.r. Probably your next door
,+t. of St Load neighbor never heard of it. then pot a layer of rabbit and a office Furniture'j'j
___ rotor of Missouri, layer of onion and so on until all Is In. use which they make of its

decent.. supreme Chosen Frteada.TVH1 Place one-quarter of a pound of bacon ,
-H with the cut Into thin slices over the top and
"a TARO or PLASTXH, n.aaa.! July 1. 1000. members will be ac- h___ _. colums and its increasing
all with well greased ,
cover a : : paper.Cook Funeral
out the knowledge ot their brothers. t. the order free of any charge I SuppFas
council dues and assess- la a moderate oven or a saucepanof
wraps ,were hurried on and ,the girls mpt" count will pay the boiling water for two hoursHow
were soon on their way to the nearest tnraedi9e. and furnish the : popularity as an ,advertising A SPECIALTY.

drag store. tUckered a1. to Dry Flaaael : ,

} ", .Having secured their treasure Myrtle out Left In UeIIJ in t oree h When drying flannels out of doors. .

and May hurried back and were boys were soon th the memoAU always place them! In the shade as r 1j 'D edium.. West Palm Peach. Ian

lOOn IIi the privacy of Myrtle's room.' was quietfor manit.. I the fierce sun is apt to shrink them. .

i : An boor or so later they decided as urn Hatch d

May expressed.11. to -muzzle them folks sitting up to*

selves" and retire for the night. May Then :Myrtle suddl

bad Mt a tickling In her throat that terrifying thought f

swan doubtless of an Imaginary or symntthetic man of course-was hoi**, -S i

: nature pad bad decided to over her mouth. Then reL.

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,. .. :>if. ': .'Pioneer Paper of Dade Countj-. FVmda. 5 ..-' -_ I -

: Editorial Clippings Fronrtha State What the Son's 'Men Heard in' The CROCKERY ;and: .
; r GUY .LTCALP.EDITOL Press Anent County, State Lively Local xWhWljlf.G f
.. '
1- t; : :. >UStl HEO EVERY-THUR10AY' and National Affairs ff: ii' t _. 'I ; t-;! .
.' AT WEST A Mirror of Minor Happtnlags Aeddeots '
_' ... Coods.
f. Kinds of Boat
Comlir Events.sad a' : :
SCBSCRIPT10N! PRICE. 52.00 A YEAR. Our Turn To Smile. BUM.
I ; ,8uJI nd
G&lazy of jCarnnt fiGllr>>. Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries. Store.Tinware,Door
Entered at the'Poetoffice ofWCltl'alm Beach For years the New York newspapers Ie, c '-: Tackle arid Sporting 3ood.,
All Kinds of Fisliiug
aa iecon&cU matter.THURSDAY have indulged in hilarious .... -
.. W. li. Widmeyer was down ironi Neptune Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerone Oil St ftLGluIwue Punts
amusement over "hayseeds" who llarriloD Bff>..' JleadJ JltucI
; .,DECEMBER 28 1899. Friday of last week. ,I.ampsaDd LauterDL AUeaUOR. tJ.I'91 x.
.-. Given Prompt
r Owlfr.
visit the metropolis and invest in _&_ _, SMail -
Master Roscoe Anthony is the proud .. :: .
THE ANNUAL MEETINGcf the Indian "sold bricks. The rural guys now .
possessor of a new wbeel. ..
turn the tables by enjoying the
River and Lake Worth Pineapple SAYINf.S. >
of the thousands C P. Mecalfcani.ip front Potnpano .STUART
Growers' Association nett Wednesday agonies of city people '- -_-
n bo have been contributing to Friday to pass Christmas day in town: Stuart (
should lie tended by every Christmas has come and KOne. Christmas but once a
btockholder awl member. It ill thew'iJd scheme'of the "}"rank'inS.ml1icate" Mrs W. I. Metcalf has ret rned (rom has never known a better time. comes .

vitally important thai all should be in Brooklyn because they her visit of several weeks at Melbourne. Weather like summer dream. And should bring good cheer' '
pre. nt. were promised 520 per cent. annually Mrs. Hart of Lake County is here on Our Christmas tree was a glorious success

.*. on their investment.Pensacola- a visit to her daughter, Mrs. T. ]. Crier. ; Everybody well pleased. The I S S I I S TO A uL .

News. ., recitations of Children were perfect, __',.
Frank McCnrdy returned to
MAY TUB HAPPY NEW YEAR bring Neptune and Santa Claus showed appreciation -

joy and prosperity tonE, Sux readers The Situation Exactly. this morning after a short visit in. town. by distributing -presents without stint, WE WISH to remark that though we have .no mammoth! :
Stock !
I Iso and ArtistiC
patrons nud friends. everywhere. The contest now'is identical with The County School Board is to meet that uonewere overlooked.We stock, we have selected Exquisite
for critical purchasers.
: But it i is foe. the pradacen'tbe Boil-: that in the C'a rly days of our etraggte in West Palm Beach next Tuesday,, Jan... never remember a more orderly -..4I( ; ,

tillers of D.id iuatTwemWl"sincerely for independence. Said 'Thomas nary and. Christmas Not a smell of whiskey in Finest Line Royal Bonn Clocks ':

wish'to '&e, a prosperous year Jefferson then: "The. contest of the Capt. Thos. Richards, of Boca Raton, the whole community.. Diamond Rings and Pins 1

-. corning. Throe mea have bravely day (before f and during" the forming was registered. at The Seminole thu Friend Sparvath says indeed, he got Come Quadruple Silverware and I

fated thedisahtew of former seasons of the constitution) were contests to week. his money's worth. in seeing the children I

: in a determination to win success prevent the formation of a kingly happy. I Fancy Articles .

from the'' virgin, soik -M"y:Fortune form, of governments" In 1782 he Elwyn Moses returns tomorrow to .'__ __ _- Early Fine Watches'and Jewelry t I ,
Jacksonville after_ a fouf days' visit with ,
Rhine 01.1 them ullaud may the year declared : "Every government; deguerates his parents.., : ; -I '- If The promotion of .F. 0.. Williams to Photo Albums---Beauties :

1900 reward them bountifully for when not trusted to the the Jacksonville office takes from this and Pearl Goods ,

; t' .. faith they have shown hy their people alone. The people themselves A. J. Wallace, of Fort iaIerdaIandaLCowedaL town one of its most enterprising citizens Exquisite :..

eirts in Jtlt'I1eat development. ate its only a'e.. depositories. The : i "' Delray" Were .uto** and from the railraod office one of Carved OrangeWood Articles (

.' people, and not the rich. are our de. town. Monda,. ; the most competent,and obliging of offi Often I Artistic. Toilet Sets'r I Ij

4 cadence for continual freedom.- E. G. Fecdleton is improving his East cials. In lodge circles also, Mr. Williams Toys Dolls Ojus -

"TilE PEOPLE'S PAPER" is to the Tampa Times. Side place b: the erection of a new will be very much missel, as be j -

I rout Hgiiiii this' week with columns landing dock on', the Lake front. was a most active and interested worker. Beautiful Dux Vases

,Public Pap The Protection Policy. t ., -i%s In his stead Mr. L. C. Bowyer., for sev Books for All 1
over'rowdeJitb County corres- Next 'the
: ?d, Board of
.- IOfldflCtHJ&l npecial contributions The Times-Union and Citizen asks CoBBty. Commissioners are to meet.in eral years a very popular agent at Mel. Guitars, Mandolins Etc. ad infinitum
has been this office
bourne appointed to ,
: Ctmt ti ut\irri/;whose articles, al- a very significant question,. a& follows official scseiorf in West Palm Beach. .
.4: and TBS SON believes be will prove an
ttou h.III\lrh\ :} appreciated, have been ; Sir Thomas Lipton :says his Gustaf Riogdohl. oue of-the gardeners! I entirely'satisfactory agent to .his, employers IDNER I
... G. W. & ,50-Nt'
Shamrock $400,000
cost him about
crowded osif thU weeks will bear withuswwe OD the East Side, left Eden this week to and to the patron of this im

know _\\>..ba.Y ..given ap4 th .Chicago Tribune professes to Some fishing. pa Indian Riv :r. portant office. The best wishes of their PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACH.rWJEPff .

up editoria! } space to make room for daltkhl; l figures when lt 'says substantial ieads fo'low Mr. and Mrs Williams to 4
A. Cohen one of Delray's '-',
that the C.c lucJ.Dda.cost less than their home in the metropolis, where
belated! jttt'eles but it's: holiday colored residents and truckers,is'enjoy j new .
) week kuovv and due allowance $100".dOO"Npw.j.jf: ; we" can build '" Mr. Williams succeeds Capt. G.. C.
l ., rOil. : 4. lug the week with friends in town. ,
t must \\e in/i'd' .*.,* We' have not craved ?a .better bbat than the Ensrliab, Floyd, the latter having been promoted .3') t OO iOOO ; DN' .
Nobby little pearl paper cutter.s; 'were. to' the 'Asst Geu'l Frt Agency of theF.'K.C.Ry. : -
vkh end Irish, at the
", the usual fridulije'uee of country paperg A loliday floo: ,enira' distributed to their THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.'S j :
? and omitted issue because.! rlirtTwtf'ft o"u shi buildiri need
an patrons by Sirkin's Bazaar last week Descriptive art IIIs trite4 Catategw!
.'. S holidays, but have, given more ma.tter.to but the world for a market, free com and Una. A nice way to serve oranges is to cut 1. I Tell*
petiionnd no favort Is this an t.' the skin with a sharp-knife longitudinally '
ourreaders than \
customary What Plant and How to Grow sad Mar-
to ,
:r-f"l : nfant: industry to demand pap from P, L. Russell, the well known phoio- '! Into six" -or eight strips. Removeth ROFIT I ket the Great (

its own family. grapher of. the Royal Poinciana Stndio.is .se, leaving the' body' of the orange in- ;! .roR .JKooejr Miking Fruit tile SootKPeaches ..
J. ."I' We Eave-'em in Baia. to be on the Lake again with his fanifly tacU Separate_ into sections without ;; .. Pears Plums, Persimmons '
p ""* A Famous Victory. next weet. ) and cut the skin High-Orad* Trees, TreesGrapes, alga, Satsaraa and other
Notth lii Mack, Democratic I' ; _- __ -... 11 pulling apart, serve; or, : Oranges on Citron Trifoliat block Ornamental -
.4'' '*',.T&ider) iii'Erie county, announcedtvJaytliat1p. i At last: President McKinley baa i: '. rr into eighths, two-thirds down, and.after .1: S......"", DPI..'. .... Trees, Rotes and! erefyibing for then .
.Mrs, C1arkead 'V. '- .5 or auareis.i .. Oil
'\J. ) B. Hill would sup- .C.E.. son, Jatn sd- looseniug from the fruit leave them : grove ercnara gargen.

r tp ort thehnineeand' platform.,' achieved} a notable Information victory in- the Clarke have arrived'At;thbesfiL r spread open like the petals of a lily. Oranges I I i ...CATA OaUE FREE... The 6riffin'gBros. Co. [

of the nex\ Deocratictionat- tiilippine war. came East,Side home and have opened,. their sliced and mixed with well-ripened ,

,'.. '*, eiivtnt1tn-evetrtf; \ ; ; that-nominee.fti .. .Qvcr..tbe ocean wires few days hones for the season 1", .,, .... POMONA NURSERIES
of three tanata .
strawberrieSj.in the proportion and Test Groand. at
r-- :o'I(. 'irf h tforu( .- '
W'tfrBrjfcnf tid.'tb since that the Third at San
t, ""\.' \ -V a retteraUoi of- the bkago ; cavalry Miss, Sara. Moses, has. beeLbereen: oranges to :'a, quart of. berries, make avery I M e icnn?, Fi.. Jacksonville, Fl&. _.
Meholas had the wardrobe
.:; l." pTatTii: ;'Y ;aId W Lad captured ,' joying Christmas.eek with he.ptres i!' palatable .dish., -New. York Fruit- G C4MMMCagJMM4. >ggffOg Qggggggg9gggg909.

) ., to.t8Ii& ctb ex Se atotl1\1h of'AgQinajdo's l wife. 'And. so afterth She reinrns'next week toresumijer. maa's Guide. _. -
: .. ,. .. .
'. onU'" : n'it.. d' ii. fed, to 'eipenditure of many millions of studies Rollins College *: J .:v av -r -> -- -2- ,.. (
:... 1.' .... ,. Capt G. W, Herring and Henry _w1-
i' : :I<:\t -"' :!t iJ .j ,..1 .a'I .: tneupyitheeacrlffpe\ of ".veral > \ .
tJn \
: ju4e' A. J. Lewis r returned to Fdft Brooker, of'Neptune. Jphn"H. Grant \

.:. .,, :..eretytI1..... .... t Eut. t'"' tb:1 .'. oii. thousand livta of American- soldiers, Pierce. this ;,,nso'niijg after>eo joying .anu.E.. P, Woillard, of Hobe Sound, A 'GUARANTEED < :PAINT

,;i 1 ;lq W? ;, 'fr.t JilJW.$ :fl.wva ben the hatty ing of.the lauda.the burning Christmas at this place with his ''daugb! awl H. F. Hammon and W. :H. Bemisof :

just .auelftUeThQCratSMr.; Brjrari of th horoes' of the:almost. defe.uce- ter, Mrs.., iB. Everett :Palm achII ere members of the I r. '

_.. :; i"IOW .. -Hundredrof'otber leadinger8hip"iiil89rji !less patfves a harmless people, we Cuban excursion party that left Lake PARIAN PAINTs'
-' made on the
::. : { -tat' fto t"t1ieir ritik: i1d' lead- have-! .citueed, at last a woman's Bingham & Jndsoa pineapple plantati. Worth Inlet this morning for La Gloria,

:; : : ,aa Senator Hill did shirt, stocking and garters. Hurrah south of town, by the installation of a Cuba, via Port Nuevitas. 'This is the Are Guaranteed not to Chalk Crack Rub Off, Peel nor Blister. Are not

by endowing the I diaaapolia bolt- for our bide I-N. O. States. first trip of the schooner "Emily B." in
fully equipped iirigating plant.
Palm affected by Salt Water,or Sea Breezes, and are giving better satisfactionthan
the colony service route from
lag Tmpnt.-, : Many 'of tbem, like
wh'I1'Ube : 1 Lesson and t Suspicion! We have at Delray some of the best Beach to Cuba. any ether paint known. Iis the coming paint in this State, as.it is.
Mr. Hill. QO organization; :
vegetable lands on the East Coast, (or to the climate of: Florida.
The Dewey home incident is closed particularly adapted
of the'eo-Ciilled gold bt 1ndald Democratic eiLLer rent or sale; easy terms. Applyto The recepton; at the Hotel Seminolewas

party iii no longer in existence -fo to Npeak-but its effects will remain Gleason Brothers, Eau Gallie, a most pleasant affair and the house

I have no party affiliation and for all time. One is that "the was formally opened in an auspicious;

find it necrosary to be baptized; S'ntiou'e hero" has learned bow thin enjoying Marvin his Pope acation is here from for the school holidays workat manner. A splendid spread of refresh-I EDWARD WILLIAMS,
and evanescent is favor in was informally enjoyed
into the Democratic party or take Ii popular
Stetson University while visiting at citizens for Carrara and Parian Paints
who dropped in to pay their respects Agent ,
I pent ia the peanut gallery; of the Republican its hysterical phase, and another is the. home of his uncle Cspt J R. An during the evening. I

party. There are several that; tile NationV I population have thony. -. 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

men. aid Lew poi 'rB in this State !earned bow large a proportion of its Annual 'Meeting of I.R.& L.W.P.Q.A. ..
C. W. Hosford wife and child returned ,
who might do well to follow Mr. Hill', members | OK8ess the smallest ofstsnl. -S -
home to Neptune this morning after a _____ I
lead in the matter. Will they do it JiPalatal Suspicion points to the pos The annual meeting of the Indian

Advertiser.Jndfie sihility thai: the moving/ cause: of the visit of several days on the Lake, guestso River and Lake Worth Pineapple Grow- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. TI1OM ON, D. D. S. .
his brother E. L. Hosford,,.of Palm ers' Association will be held at Jensen D
lastardy outbreak of vicious abuse Beach. ; ,
Wednesday, January 3.1900.3G.
Office: Comer Clematis Ave. and Olive Su,
Jennings Is Right. wu politics-the.desire to "kill off C. MATTHAMS, T. V. MOORE,

f Thpre is considerable gum in what I I he Admiral as a presidential pos* i iliility. Will Waldron was drown at Pompano -1214President. Secretary. 'V.I.. METCALF, All kinds WEST of modern PALM lentistry BEACH known FI.A. to the

Mr. Jeniiinp has to fiuJ-ml resorted( .-PensacolaTCewH. last Thursday night Justice .5 ATTORNEY- LAW.NOTARY profession. Uolil crown and bridgeworks a
For Sale-Two
I Houseboat good
rooms |>! alty. Teeth extracted without pain.
in H recent intervieft: -about whst' Enoch Root went down and held an inquest and gallery.. Will sell furnished or other. PUBLIC.
Office Hours: q to u a. m. and i to m.
should l Lie done to relieve the congested Pessimistic but NaInral.A the verdict of the coroner's. jury wise. Cheap. Will practice CounlySIaLesnd Federa 10-21-93 4 p.
conditiau* ol the supreme Court. rural correspondent. writing to being death by_accidental drowning. 3 LAND CASES A SP CJAI.TY.

Th1-'I'c ili no.dontitbut what a greathardship"iriworkdii his country paper in one of the best Park Cottage is undergoing a veritable West Palm('IIlCt'iD l .'acb.TUOPICAL.Uade Srn County.Block Florida.TT F DANIEL, -
on litigants who tgricoltnral sections of the Northwest transformation under' the direction of THE CITY BAKERYIs DENTIST. '

dcnirp to take their cases! .to the appellate takes this rather pessimistic, Mayor Whilldin. From a batn-like aptarance t'! ATKINSON.L.L. .
Now Open for Business COCOA, INDIA RIVER,FLOlUlJA.l.2888'V
\ court to have to wait three hut possibly nitural, view of the from the Lake' and City' Dock, and will..... \.ATTORNEY.A.T.LAW
it now present} one (the most attractive -
J't'ai..ltefnre Thanksgiving Day recently celebrated -
our they can geta
;, a or ; NOTARY PUBLIC -
fronts to be from > ALLACE R. MOSES
final tt'i"ion'fliis i is extremely : seen. the Lake. Roast-__ -

hard on the-poor man who l' nndto1f.trl1ll Thanksgiving a ill soon: lie here At the Methodist church Christmas Your Christmas MIAMI FI. 8&iccea8ortoA..W.Robet,
farmer should' be thankful that Turkey
If otn of properly or money wheat ill 48c per bu..corn $8 end night the gifts for the little folks were f. Temporarily W MX PALM located HEiC .at 11-16-ly i REAL ESTATE.AHD INSURANCE, ,
for tiiiiT 1 Icii'tliof line.andsotneKte: taken from a miniature cottage insteadof For to a turn and supply Agent for Went Palm Bead Town LoU. also
( $10 per ton, nail >,- peril, barb you you I :Wt-Bt Palm Beacb WAter Work
regari'll-'ss m what the judses may 'stand together to trt-t borne $20 ones, and many of the larger ones, were Bmd- Soils; pies, Bakery Confections 1- 5-21-97 Clematis Avenue West Palm near Olive heath Street.Florida.
thiiJc bout it. The K-gUIature! per 1,000 Oh, Yes, these are made happy by Santa's remembrances. ,
tirosperons limes. The trouble L' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

should either iilerease the number of is, we. fool farmers: don't know Sflas-T..and Dan M.- Carter have goneto ,A. MAJEWSKI, Prop'r. Practice in all tbe Circuit Courts State an FRANKLIN SHEBX. CEO. O. BCTIBK.

ftve ',r tablinh a county when have Federal.SAUCEL. S"EEN & BUTLER. .J)
juilirnto! we a good thing Waycross to enjoy the Christmas hoii- WEST PAUl BEACH. FLORIDA. 1-2\1-\18. : -
coi'rt in fiu-h c',uiity. 'Ti true -it Pensacola Journal. days at th> home of their parents. These SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.

\\lIul.l.o,1! a little more but a good young men have, 'made many friends UEM1NOLE BABBEU SHOP. : T. SU<\YLOL CORDON k. BROOM Office at W Wit film Beacb
be without Even The Gold Bug Idol Sees It. here during theftye: "residence O Lands legally anb-divldeJ and fut-
government cannot run : u's; _.by .: OR &BROOM, nlt-hed. Selecting and maps
Even Gen. John \L Palmar, the their gentlemanly demeanor and J. D. RUFFIN, Proprietor. SU.\"l' and Kradlnlt 10Ddli. locat.
Cost. nnd Uiat! ovtrniiieut flihir] : good InK estimating timber a upeclalty. fLt'ful
... caii.Iidateofthegold I standard Di-rn fellowship jour people. TH S0N TTORNErS.A T.LA W. and correct work guaranteed. >Ufoin.manicallons .
I1.-I' not. j jiivi to iu'ciiiz-'iH. t'p >dy First-Class Work. Polite Attention. by mall receive proirc attention. I
ocnits in 1890, now predicts that wishes them an abundance of daring Mai and Bins t'riMa.t .uwe t Petces. .
sport Ihe \
jll,1 i.e. works a great: that can Will practice in all the Courts of State.Officein WEST PALM
BEfU >
their Shop on Banyan Street, LA. 11-7-95
tHat';<. toabui: >u-.abated.-Madison Bryan. will LetlominateutIy} the Democrats Georgia, "f WFsT. PALM. BEA.CH.. SIJ>r.tOA. .
_. ... ; r FLA
}{"" 'I nler. and elected to the Presidency .- ... I Law Exchange JACKSONVILLE.
Christmas Celebrated
i-i 1900,. and ex-Senator David B. here bya D. BttOYYX, -
match game of baseball between the BAltBBlC ShOP IT C. HOOD), M.. p.. .r. .f
: 2o.cy thai D1e sure o Greatoess.Tbe Hill swing the inevitable, it il.il said. home boys and the Boynton team, the CI1'Y ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.

World: a id its corrpgponderjt: has pledged l.bilt PHYSICIANAND SUtlGt ON. 9
_party. support t .' ask : "Ha'e a-Htigle great maamonsrst' o tfryan .in the coming presidentin ton players out-batted.out-caugiJt and Office and Resilience neir Royal Polnclan Jobbing work given proimjj )
_: os?" \V? answer' yesThere'n campaign. Surely victory in 1900 out-threw the local players; the only 9 tf-,. ,. "MII,0 :00 FR. Pr"P'r Hotel PALM BEACH. 12igXT Shop on Datura Stn.j1'99: '

Rockefeller. The gold stand s em swell assured. With a united point in which the home team could _ '. 'I.

: arc! timmeiefs'teHnsihat. iri'-neyi is Democratic party, aided by the populists match their opponents being in their NOTICE.To .1' .S. IIUIIMIAM 31. 1). I -:our citi. : '
S tbe indication of brains and brain : and .the hosts! of Republican base-running. The visitors were positioned Wbom it May Concern: SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.Eye (l .Ja moon

-1 the indiraium .of greatness; The wh-j. have become disgusted witMcKinleyJMny at follows:"L Funk, c.; A. Rockefeller Notice is hereby given that all partnershipand 'a Brelsfd o.j1td about 6:45,

7J p.; "Bill" Nye. s. s.:" '.0. War- business connection heretofore existing and Ear Sped' g I cleared away at ,
wby"ouldll't Ru-kfeller bearcat who can doubt that ringer IbiC.' .( betweeu Wm. N. Hull and F. Reynolds is OAAP ...*. It was as Interest-
,ration *
/ Webster, 'Clay,. Calhoun- Lincoln,.i th. peopie'H.rhrthiplon'. the acknow Fretdlund, jb.J Adolph: ,. 26._;. Andrew' tenninated, and the undersigned will not be Office'! at K .Idence. -e of j iugasitwasplainlyvjsii? ;
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and that class. of men.are 'f't1 ked leader of .the Democratic Freedlund r. (.j; responsible lor any accounts made or debts contracted .cr ---- ;
GrUnt, Bryan, 1 1i 1lUdiuebVille {F. Funk, c. f.; c: P, Vtetcalf, 1. f. The I in the name of or for the firm of ReYIIUall ,.jreman Wm.ur WANTED-by a young man-to take \'
.- not to I* tonBidemJ.-Ocalu! >vrty will lllf" the next President! score flood 12 to S at the end of the fifth |olds & R.. PI .o acres of tomali ,guitar lessons from a competent in. -

I IJluu er. -. i Sun. _, ]j 1 inning, when the .-' -- WM. N. HULL. structor ; also to take lessons in the :
i : ; game closed.. J Vest Palm Beach, Fla., 8-23-93! t .
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: Y All the dead-, lost days that run- .' ', : Fall Since the stars shall never stand!

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'ASSURE OURS.A ..' try the cure herself. So each cut a the events of the evening, she realizedthe NEWYEAE'SAT | TWO

.. generous strip of the plaster, moistened cause of the peculiar sensation.. But OFFICIAL CALLS. QUAlXT'XEW

oj'' and applied It and sat down hands the shock to her ,
remained. The THE WHITE
nerves HOUSE.
XXW n .3'.BTOST BY C. X. CRAM, K. & The Gentlemanly Way la Wklch Rival YEAR GUSTOM
pressed tightly over mouth waitingfor assertion that ,
her .scare was all Imaginary :Safer Gburve Sew y....'*.

[CopJr' t. 1389.V C. t Cnun.1 the plaster to dry. though repeated over' andover I For year there had been a bitter

FORGE and Naturally when the drying process to herself tailed to quiet them. THE PRESIDENTS! _ANNUAL RECEPTION ',i rivalry between the towns of Juba THE DAY AND ITS OBSERVANCES IN .
was completed they found it Impossible There! It TO ALL CALLERS.
was somebodjtrying to Hill and
May Loveroy,1 Dog Creek and such a thingas MANY -LANDS.
to speak. So they bad recourse to get into the house! The front door '
who were home an official: visit between town officials -
I << from college to paper and pencil to describe their first ben rang loudly. Then some 'one be EtUtette *f Dress-Dli.lT ky th. had cot been dreamed of. Sometimes -
ijyj I Sometime of tU
sensations as mutes and were soon door.: a MlngllBK Saper
pounding the
gan on Myrtle
spend the holidays Army a.t Xarr: O.eeeIc1l- a Dog' Creek man who went ,
ready to pay their respects at the could hear It quite plainly. She sat are !.:Tkelr'DrM .( Slate ( tion 'f'reIBo.If" and EicrMlve
In their native H*> sskaklai over to Juba Hill got back alive and .
rfeiy shrine of Somnos. upright'and listened. Jollity-Odd Fe.thIU. Scotland.
town of Buffalo Never.bet Extraardlttarr. 't| instances could be cited where a Juba
While the young folks had been enjoying had she been awake at.night and not China a ail Japan.
had accept. As compared. the I brilliant Hill man had got out of Dog Creek
Qv to court '
themselves In the parlor Mr. heard her father snoring. .She missed without Every nation has its particular! feast
shot These
ed the invitationof being at
were ex-
O John andMyrtle.Hatch and Mrs., Hatch had been In the sitting that reassuring snore very much. receptions of Europe there to very little :j I days and holidays some paying greater

I dhr to room he with his paper and she Could anything have happened to him? In the social .functions,of official life attention to one and some to another

l l for with her knitting. It was the wife Or perhaps the house was on fire'Yes; In this democratic country 'which, but alt peoples on tbe face of
come over a .
who looked up and said: it must be fire. She that'she would who
I New Year's eve was sure be regarded strikingly elaborate the earth reckon time at all in

supper and stay "Zachariah. don't you think It wouldbe smelled smoke. or, gorgeous. The nearest approach some manner greet the New Year.
a good plan to get some of that Giving May a tremendous shake; We have so shuttled our calendarthat
to the
for functions
the court
night It .was a jolly partyof European -
plaster and see If It wouldn't help you slipped out of bed threw
Myrtle on a now the occurrence of tbe New
six. Including Mr. and Mrs. Zacha- i lit unquestionably the New, Year'sreception iSr
swear off snoring for the New Year! and hurried down the Year
dressing gown to on the 1st ofJannaryllu lost its
riah nat h; that encircled the table at White ;
at House. In
It's dreadful! If yon could only hear front door where the pounding still significance. Among'primitive nations.
that last of the .
married supper brother. Edward year.Myrtle's yourself snore. you wouldn't stop at kept up. In a moment she had the door point ,of brilliancy. and ,forual display' however the ew'ell!' Invariably

Batch and his trouble or exp use..Perhap880me ." open> ; but Instead of a stalwartUreman. It oversteps all the socialevents at marked the opening of one of the natural
young wife had prom the national
capitaL On this day the
time. replied Mr. Edwardand
In stepped her brother divisions of the seasons.
ised to be home for the holiday. In.
chief executive of the nation' receives
Hatch, manlike without taking his
his wife. One of' the oldest of New Year customs -
tending come up from Rochester on eyes off his paper. : In state the vice president tie:members -
"Why It's Myrtle! cried Edward. Is that practiced by the Amos of
the.evening\ train. Their nonappearance "But don't yon think you had better "The train was late and we thought of his official household the C Japan. For a thousand years these t
was the only 'cloud that
try It tonight and start the New Year you were never going to let ua" In.We're chief justice and the associate justices people have stood still In their civilication '
over the hatch homestead that night right?" persisted his wife. "You don't nearly frozen and hungr'.asbears. of the supreme court of the, United following all their primitive
As In reunion'o( old friends. It
every want Mr. and Miss Loveroy to go home And how is mother and everybody States. the foreign legations.;' senators customs and ,ceremonies. New Year
would be
easier to tell what didn'tthan '
what did talk i and say that they couldn't sleep because -, ? Why what's the matter? \VbJ'don't and representatives congress, officers .with them Is a season of merrymaking
they about but It
of the and
officials of
snored loud. army navy,
you ?
you speak whlcn winds up with the great bear -
was when attention music was the subject "I suppose so. Don't bother me. Send For obvious reasons Myrtle remainedsilent. ; the District of Columbia and such" of feast called Omala. In, which a bug

'claiming that Myrtle re- Myrtle after some If you like," replied A moment later second silent his fellow citizens' II .choose ,to' pay bear Is sacrificed.; .

>4rkedj the rather gouty tempered Mr. Hatch. figure, crept down .the hallways and their respects ta the'president on that In Scotland.,where Christmas,to notobserved
R "Since yon went away I've lost my TOt IfXT HALT WAY BITHUU! TBX TOWEL
occasion. To the president It is no :
"No I believe I will and
: go myself stood by Myrtle, and then came Mr. as a general holiday because
voice. cannot sing for any length" of not let the girls know anything about Hatch himself, hastily pulling on a holiday task as he must go through ceptiooai .cases, however and there .oI, 1 ;"Presbyterians loot upon Its
I.. t T time without becoming hoarse. the ordeal of shakinghandswith was ,to When Pete
: 8,000or no guide go- by.
It" And his good wife laid down her few clothes as he came. obsvan ,as a species of l rstI-
"Ditto here added John. work and started for the drug store. lOflOO people *; v '\" ._ Mahoney was elected, mayor of Def '
'. 'Ton "Oh. here's father! He will explain 1paN-: Tea day" Is av JOYOQIt'oQt.nda'.t.railn' .
should try our Professor Dobean'e The T,lthougti the: New ,Year's '?ece"ption: creek! was on his pledge to make "'
., ,druggist's surprise,gave way to cried the amazed Edward as thertk1rd ; way of celebrating the
/( .prescription..__ advised George. astonishment as Mrs. Hatch demandad, figure came groping.silently down the begins an,.hour before noon, custom Itstillhotter' for Juba HUL That ; dying of"the :old jrcr has: tag hew
Is. _
"Whlch .
f .: )",'" ,.!'... j. ..;: twilight of the long hall. "Good lteavens demands the "wearing of.,afternoon samefair..Joe "Professor Debean our Instructor In
3' I focal Eva! Father's dumb too!" For to dress: 'As'tbere Is fIr this country, no Jula Hill onhis pledge that i the',jear is glued "Hogmena'y night"rCellbtted .
I i music, says such trouble results officially prescribed court Jress, there he would endeavor to wipe Dog Creek J
almost the middle of the hall stood the ftater-. Vtrffe by drinking,' singing
_, entirely from a person's breath nal Hatch. wOl'lhij Is nothing In'the 'apparel"of ttfe! dipl> off the,'face of tbe} earth. December 463
uttering not one fctneral festivities. .
\n\ Ing through" his mouth especially when welcome to his beloved son. matic and civil officials et the government wag wearing Itself away and both ,, .T&e ,Chmese.are notorious for their

< .asleep."DM A moment later Mrs. Hatch...qlIDe to distinguish them. other towns, 'Were whooping It up when fondness for holidays{ and th* Celestials
n* suggest a remedyr'I well groomed menu on formal occa- Mayor ,Mahoney beard that Mayor '
-' down. visibly agitated and mutely make the most of this one. They
"Yes. He says that the best remedy sions. .The' : and
officers irmy
: Ot'tbe' ,Drake saiu he was no gentleman."Xo
waving her arms. Behind her can1 the are not content with one day. but take
.. Is to take a wide strip of 'Isinglass two young Rues cue armed witty a: navy, however, appear 'in full "dl't'ss'uniforms gentleman eh?" he said to some &r.VOwmonth'lo celebrate the approach
f plaster and to fasten the lips together and of bin closest fntnds.;
Irilliant we'll
r baseball bat and the other with a present a en- : see of the New Year. Chinese lanterns : -
i with It and leave It on all night Ifyou about .
tlla: .New Year's day will soon
poker. But not word firecrackers feasting and tbe
one didJLryspeak. ,
buy a yard of the plaster and use : be here>, Co .
nn. << you know what I'm go paying
isinglass planter has jome\ery up.of old debts play the nujor
I It every night before It's gone your "I'adhesl't the to dot ria going to mount my
properties and when 'que's part In the ceremonies.A .
voice Is all right It's sure death to
mule and ride Juba Hill
over to and
: mouth has. been glued shut for three strange custom in many parts of
S snoring"Did too. long hours one cnniiot be expected to call! aa. :Slayer: Drake. I'll call as a Europe is that of having a membet oftbe.
you ever try was John'sposer gentleman 6hoLitL"
carry on an extended l'On"ersniIQI1..t'orseveral family. either the eldest or. yr..n-
j ""'tto-o.-, minutes the strange group: At abort the fame time Mayor Drakewas'toll gent open the family Bible at ran .U
to admitted George "but several that :
JIayor Mahoney did not
*" of the, gazed at one another. and place his or her" finger at any r ",t ,
boys at
college thought it consider l'm
a gentleman and be
.. cured their, hoarseness and "Edward, they're all crazy! Lt>t"s go : sat on the open page without glancing "
sore home anywhere, but do in.t stay In f3 ,S dotru an i tl! IJ'.xht it over and then It. The verse thus marked Is regar .. throats too. at times and one thing Is 4 said to hli f i'>ods
this house!" crlul Mrs. Hatch junior, : a sort of text for the ensuing it:!
certain it. will keep a fromanoring"
person "I'll pre'tbat
Mayor Mahoney a
with strong feigns;1 of hysteria. months.A .
hors tli's' f and liar.
a On New Year'sday
"Speak somebody can't ? Jo'orheawn's poetical old Is' it
you very ceremony
The pleasant evening enjoyed by the lull r.I'e "'
c' r as a gentleman.Va'I .
sake wish us a happy New of the so called: Messe des Aalmanx '>r
gathering has nothing to do with our se : b: and
on gentleman let him
11 ys a *
Year! cried Edward taking his fngbt- animals mass which tako plan! >n
story. Suffice It to say that an hour "EDWARD, THKY'KB ALL CBAZYP 14.4 see the d:Jirci.fe?; between a scrub and
ened wife in his arm. rT New Year's eve In the French de t.
or so after the party rose from the a ui:!."
of him a yard of isinglass plaster. He But not a word did any one speak. meet of the Cevences. a counUQ
supper table the young men excused x I It is nl''U '-". to add that both .
::1k' towns
concluded that ,
somebody must pretty The silent group shuHed sheepishly which the cek'hration of the New sr t
themselves and left May and Myrtleto I, e>:c'trzb, J : .;t'r: respective lat .
mayors :
badly cut up over at the Hatches'. about making'weird and inexplicable: almost entirtly sui'ersfdes tha f

an exchange of confidences while By 11 o'clock Mr and Mrs. Hatch signs which, more and more convince I. PBKSIDEXT Y'I.LQU RECEIVING CALLERS. I 1, t'pL.: .:). ";hen New Year's daycame I Christm<>". This truly pastoral fr,. it _
they set out for a strolL Hardly had bt,.!b trimmed their
were sleeping soundly each with Ups Edward that all the family of Hatch semble. One of the chief attractions mules at Is given to fo>:ialf! cf till' herls of < >I".

the door closed upon their departing glued together the wife fixing hers had suddenly departed with theirfev ;.: of the day, which ,the 'great: throng alva tL'a, ;-*- Lour and set out and which coustitntif the chief! weal jf
forma wben. Myrtle exclatmed:,|"May. as a c'" ;.-<1('? met half
t ; they way
like her husband's when he mountaineers.
complainedof eral and individual senses. gathered In the neighborhood of the ; the Lardy Before e
I have promised to sing at an entertainment >betwivp .',.- ; Each bad
the ludicrous figure he would cut "Mother! Father! Has It come to ,capital has Opportunity of seeing ia i J :,, v ns. a follow ceremony la rins! benls of cow 1
next week and have been l :" : .
when the plaster had been applied. this? Will you turn your own,-son :,the display made by these Seers; on j,,i :! I' !t a hundred. As tbe sLeep and goats an driven to an a
dreading It for days. Suppose we buy In the meantime George and John away from your door at midnight.without : I, their march to the White House. I two :Jt. :le to a halt Mayor Ma- space before the cLurrb. IDS..it .e
some of that plaster and use It to- I I hatsr !it observed
bad made the circuit of familiar one word of welcome? What have< The most picturesque.' feature of the t :: building in gathered a crowd of il-

night" streets and neither had realized the I done? What has happened? Cause I president's New Year's reception is the "Wi'l :.It>man from Juba mIl wart men and women in festive "I-!

May had been thinking of just thsame lateness of the hour until George, to ascertain one speak?" appearance ,of the foreign diplomatic j'I cetera !. ..!.. Creek with the other meet each holding a lighted I': Ie(

thing. the time of night had steppedto The answer to the last question had I!i'corps' In their gaudiest and best dress ,: gem I!-:!. while the cure wlebrati-s u;as.
"Agreed, but we mustn't let the boys I "T'--' ':
from Juba ,
: an Hill
the window of a well lighted store to be distinct but I wasabort
know a Inarticulate negative. of state. They assemble in the red of the abrlriw rf our 'n
anything about It" was the re- none other than the drug store with Eva covered her face with her I I parlor, of the White House with the I I I .< :. he other gentleman toaewpt land have New Ywir ru.to"ic tl ." Ireeu'f't'Jiudy
re-I i
sponse., which we are already acquainted. It hands and broke Into sobs. "They I dean of the corps at their head. This ii: '" ospitality. was the J : : Intorestins! n 'talih sit
And. with considerable I
laughter at ply of J, iake.
the was 11 o'clock. The druggist was preparing have turned you away. Edward distinction has for a number of years !I of the Moqui Indiana! ralied: So, u- J
joke as they conceived It of test- .
Professor to close up for the night cau. because they think .I have be-I I fallen' to Sir Julian Pauucefote. the' "As a :. nan and knowing what I na. which I I" a sluguiar! and exits! !'
lag Debeau's with-
remedy .
belongs ti it
I, .1" Before he could do so John pushed honored the name of Hatch. Some one I British embassador, who will doubtless n mythical drama, divided int"0

his way Into the store. "Wait till I get has told them about-the-the-apple I continue to hold the place as the aac-iK- gentleman and knowing j I parts. in which cfTencR! ; are iri: to

some plaster" he called o"t to his com pies! Tell them. Edward. It was not I!, oldest In point of continuous serviceof all about ","ti-iuette". elEgies of the great (plume h ':i:1. **r-

a I panion. "I'm going to try.your plan;" my fault not my fault!, I-I-didn't |I any of the foreign representatives. "I ruut say that Dog Creek has the pent the eueuiy of the sun. [his ; ol-J

then to the druggist "A yard of plaster mean-I-oh. I cat't go on! I can't go They form a brilliant procession as biggest rrareyard""But :lowed by a sun daocv which the ,'onfllct -'

please." on!" And again poor Eva broke into i they proceed to the president's recep- Juba 11111 has the most sa between the orb of day a; tbttJ

.. st "That's the last roll I have" said the sobs. I tion room the embassadors being the loons. ;Inferior hostile pods is i>ortrayel.LEOXARD .

tradesman in bewilderment as he At this point Myrtle slipped away first in line, followed by the ministers "And"' that yon are a. duffer and a ETHERIXG.A : > *.

handed out the third yard of plaster and came down stairs again with a E Iin order of seniority, each attended by liar: !

he had sold to the Hatch family that huge pair of scissors in her hands. his suit Including secretaries. attaches "And that you are a quitter. and asneakr Problem at Onturlei.

evening. He began to think that some Without one word of warning and before and such ladies of the legations as'desire "Oh look before yawl leap':" hr rid

one was playing a joke on him. and Edward could throw himself be- to attend. The South American Then the respective mayors pulled But to hU arm few iht. I
; after and had i their respective'guns with a whoop "!\o, Du." the little maid replied I
George John
t.v7' departed tween them she savagely stabbed his diplomats, in accordance with their "..or this I Ia !
a I he hurriedly closed his store. father-at least so It seemed In the un- own peculiar custom, appear in full : The respective gentlemen on either year Sed"I I

The boys found the Hatch residencein certain light-in the face with the murderous evening dress. It is the orientalswho side followed suit and for half an hour
' darkness when arrived (i the most cheerful Industry prevailed. 8
they there. weapon. give the picture Its gayest coloring
t except for one solitary light that shone "Saved! Happy New Year every The Chinese minister and his vast suit f |;!| Tbe gentlemanly shooting continued
i until everybody had run short of
dimly through the slatted windows of cartridges
body! gasped Mr Hatch senior catch- wear varicolored gowns of rich and

the sleeping room occupied by Mr. and Ing his son In his arms and shaking his costly fabrics, though the Japanese are or got tired of dodging bullets .

Mrs. Hatch. A sleepy housemaid ad- hands till they ached. "We're all gluedup not so showy in their state .attire. Tbe and then Mayor Mahoney came out

tt.. r; mitted them. and they as silently as my boy every one of us. glued up I Turks appear in their red fezzes and j t from behind a tree and said:
{ "Tbe: mayor of Dog Creek who .
possible ascended to their room. with the stickiest most Infernal sort : the Koreans In their flowerpot bats to
t ] "1 TAW OF PLASTER PLXASK. No time was lost in sticking their of sticking plaster ever created. That'sright ; and are even more gorgeous than the still a gentleman and no hog will now

out the knowledge of their brothers. lips together and a struggle with the Myrtle. Cut mother Chinese. v" """ I bid you a polite good day and retire.*

wraps were hurried on. and the girls lamp followed ending only when John loose. She's always your best poor at explain I After'tht.dJ tl UIs'wd'and IWant I. Then Mayor Drake rose up from be- I I Ii .

were soon on their way to the nearest turned the wick so low that the flame ing." assembly of officials-state Judicial hind the stump which had sheltered

drugstore, flickered a few times and then died The welkin rang with Edward's diplomatic and legislative-has passed him through the fray and replied:

Baring secured their treasure Myr- out Left in silence and darkness, the laughter when his mother did explain I through the reception room and received "The mayor of Juba HI1L who !If

i tle, and May hurried back and were boys were soon sleeping soundly. with much gravity, just bow they the'president's New Year greeting also a gentleman and knows when he's

soon in the privacy of Myrtle's room. All was quiet and still by midnight came to be found In such a predicament an heat'Is exclusively devoted 'to' cltit '- got enough presents his compliments.

An hour or so later they decided as for Mrs. Hatch did not believe In young and it took several gallons of hot t Zeus and: the chief executive receives and best wishes and trusts that this

i May expressed to "muzzle them folks sitting up to watch out old years. water to wash away the traces of that t and shakes,hands In quite democratic, e suspicious beginning of the New Year i i 3 sy

selves" and 't>U"for- the night May Then Myrtle suddenly awoke with the Isinglass! plaster.! But there was a second fashion",with aa many of his 'fellow may rtrergtbeo the bond* )f love between -

bad Mt a tickling in her throat that terrifying thought that some the two towns.
one-a XUIMHT In the Hatch homesteadthat I countrymen sw pan reach him during
doubtless of of And then each side loaded up Its vkstims Tbte jm 1OW'" leaped all right I <*+.
)was an Imaginary or gym- man. course-was holding his handover night; and as every one confessed the: time allotted to the reception.BAxvL Aad I MB la a kin,

;' jitbetio; nature and had decided to her Booth. Then remembering It was the jollier of the two. lit www. and returned home In a gentle- Jut i(08) tale WQO' )) .*.,It tiff

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b"Hr w ',". "*-... .* _" *'* .1JM. C*+rgt> Fred;.\VUlUm and Lodge.In Replle. tItousevelt Household Sewing ]latJ lne8;-.* _
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... .,Aa Direct Lesson For the Study an udJass dcliverv at Lawrence, Nollleletis The Best. MiciJae Hade, Light- RBnnlnfc... alii .

EN14:4 of th ,Qaestioiu Mass.. ,George Fred Williams said In UNDER EW'MAN. : GEMENT. .: .

; : part" Sow Agent for the lam lli Wall Trunk. Mattresses p

r -"{ would like ttf hear from these two manner made to order. A Com
Will be run in.up-to-date. plete flue orFURNITURE
fiSOME: TCI PLATE .STATISTICS. men who are writers of history and

"r-' students of, those times when liberty .. Excellence of Cuisine a Specialty. s

} 7 1' was born among,113 some .quotations of e.a ,
,, Model and ..WeU'elope Treat from Washington Jefferson orAdams. Wtol ule iBd'Kttail. Uabj Carriage from $6 .it :-

,*,;, That Controls the' Tin Output la '' Raf< $2.5to $3.00
5 p
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Thl Country-VTlutt the People Etc. _,
whom they may c->lect,to warrant themIn h.
I Paid to "Create", Thus Iadnatry.i '-
the position they occupied recentlyat ,We bare a.cOBrignmrnt of Oak Diners and 1.REed .
I + ".. How tie Tariff JffoiVa. Music hall and I the time SEAGLE & BURNHAM PROP'S _
.. >. hope may Sockets ttat will*be sold very low.h '
=y :. The tin plate Industry affords an excellent come when these men wlll be compelled sWEST handle the i'nicras Cleveland aad Rambler' 0 t

r object lesson for the study 'of to apologize to an indignant public PALM BEACH FL.A7HOTE BICYCLES., '
for the 'error.tbey have
political p
the tariff trust Question. perial attention given to our Man Orders.
z committed. God fo-bld that the woeful -
# The duty on Imported tin plates was We Gnrintt ,Satisfaction both IB good and t
.i ,1 cent & pound previous to July 1,Wall; time should come'when our navies Splendidly SitustedfaciagLyke &'rM.-ei. Call OD as, or send m your order to "
1 are thundering with the other navies Poin-
then :!.2 cents until: Oct. 1; ISM; then of the world and marking out a black ciana.Worth.oppo8ite: Royal 15 acd 17 Laura 5L,JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. ONLY 16.00 .1 ; f121

4.2 cents until July 24. 1807!: ; then L5 track for commerce- on the Asiatic .
\ and'quipp- D. E. COOPER MTg Co. _
: Improved ? .
nts per pound. ._ May we not be obliged to gain

.oJ&1'. or TO tLlft BBCBIITID ; from the* miseries of mankind; but, THE PAi1MISEnlarged Conveniences.
i A t 5cw iltaet3 above aB, may we not be ashamed! by ; ; ;; : '

.<, Total used."isas. rounds. bond.Cts.Cut York. ence.Cta industry.ft Cost of. Inflicting them. Yet It should be our ) $$2.50 (3 per Day New Goods-Winter: Styles and Fabrics

gain that our eyes are now open to
11.1.O36.4. 435.K2.Kl.G7': ,te 8.0Z.7 6.1M 1.5 It $15,5U.J36 WS8.1C the results of an alliance with Great For Special Weekly Bates address taXIS IN EVERY DAY AT THE.

1603 728,243.104 U 5.1 2.1 18OOaI/! Britain when that nation led by" the West Pall Bead., Aortda. THE PALMS, Went Palm Beach. ,}u
; 1a14.66ti,3ti1Z:e 49 isL.4 15Wi35 robber policy Jameson., Rhodes and HONEST PROFIT HOUSE I

1306.) 70U.W.011UOt. ti IBIS J.8J5.JM ., _.. -
: ft.2iC7.60i1S37. 2.4 U 7.61SJM Chamberlain seeks by the sword to -- -' -

6CT.Oj3.74fl. 14IS 3.1 .8 {,418.446 deprive"a-slsterrepublic of her Inde- Our Lady Patrons are invited to call and inspect.our Merl. _
10 8.)3.33J.373 10 ..Tts > 7ii6,40ap LIYIU 6a pend nee It we learn the lesson. If THE; EARS MOUSE Patterns and Shapes in Fall and Winter Goods. .
1830. sUI.5:0;! i0. 14 .a
we acquire an abhorrence of such a .
Is now for Winter TraveL --q' i.- .t
open ; ;
:7Q3..oc.z: 'p,7 A1.2:18 policy'and a lasting distrust of the nation BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. .-, ;t I
Imports In 1800. 103.4SOS20. pounds; but. alas wLicb the pursues,same.1t.spirit!well which and good nowtires ;-sa ui 1A CoDa.. O....= Recognizing the demand in West -Palm : ;'-'

domestic production In ISOUd estimated Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the ,
e the British heart has seized Beach for /
upon ', /
at,7O.) (>>).OOO pounds. -
many of your own citizens even with- Address JJrS. S E EARHAN FLA.EOYNTON. .
;,_: ,,, 'rhe pace of imported plates In bond .. WEST PALM BEACH
''' ''i In New York is obtained by adding: in speaking distance of Faneull ball Reasonable I
Goou Ice at Rates .
1': : 1.10 percent per pound,to the foreign and the Old Soutlicbureh.W 0
i .are urged to do. what
or Invoice price as glvcir-ln the statis honest heart knows to be every be- if Courteous! Treatment of All Patrons .
column wrong
1 trial abstract. The ,
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., j'0 shows exactly bow much more the ause trade Wly11l' gained or a po- HOTEL Jjl) Irl lOW. Dade Fluid.
t ltca! malEttatned County -
party In power or ,
,: for tin plates In .
"f paid ,
wholesale buyer
: because some new revelation from God r'"' ,
f a; New York than he would have paid The Arctic Ice Works :
.. had there been no duty. has been made to some bitter day pollIciaa. Opening January 1st, Closing May 15th, 1900. i ii
reversing the old Ideas of,Jns-:
.: ) ,Rebates 1>n re-exported tin plates .inw tit'ot The guest and most attractive location on the East Coast twelve' miles south of i

-; ,. .' manufactured forms reduce this total we .are'to morality sm-cunib and to of this liberty. It Palm. Beach. at the fool of Lake Wo tb. on the Florida East Coast Rail- i OF MIAMI, FLORIDA, I
teaching -
i to between $ ,OOOOO( and $84.000.000 then. Indeed do GreatBrltaIn and the ; way, and 312 mi south of Jacksonville.

as the direct cost In the last nlue years cited States belong in alliance. United Comfortable Cottage for Quests all fronting on the 'Atlantic Ocean, less Have made arrangements to carry a full i
of "creating" the ladus>try. I
I t they must JC Irresistibly,_but to than 200_feet from its waves.
This Is the extra amount paid by supply of Ice which will be delivered to I .
k the wholesalers and metal workers. what end and to what purpose? .'Is Ito Rates $a and upwards per day, $ia to $16 per week. An Ideal' Winter

.but-by-ttc-trme-they' were repaid by preserve liberty to establish rep b- Home. Rich aud Productive Muck Garden Lands for sale, on Installment all pasta-of town promptly and regularly. -- -. !
licanism.'to, state the borrors of war. Plan. Address for booklet and further information, -
who ultimately : ,
the American people :to bring the'vor1dtwck'to) .the gentle We :will endeavor to merit your I

,,.', the bought:addition the! goods of legitimate end footed'the profits swell-bills. : paths}ct peacerTE'PEOPLE'S- MAJOR N S. BOYNTOft, Boynton, Fla patronage. '" t

,- ed the amount.to over $100.000.000.Our '

YY \ r people paid this for a competitive RIGHTS. EHILE D. ANTHONY
.M i Industry which promised to put Aeenaalated Wealth. .I'med to Degrade THE TRAYELE I 0- I

.prices down. They got for their mon, sod Defraad Then ,
a monopoly which arbitrarily marks !
J ey them up.Dnringr The creators of wealth make no com- NEW MANAGEMENT, Established 1875. ; ;
t "- plaint of wealth as such. They do
; 1S98 negotiations were begunto I complain that accumulated wealth Instead FELIX GARCIA; Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.
form a:company that should control of behtg'used to benefit 'men. William A. Bours & Co., "I
aU the plates of the country. These '
negotiations were ""finally successful women and,chlidren. la 1 too often usedto Electric Lights, Electric Bells Baths, Complete Seivice.

-4 ? ed and under In December the laws the.of trust New was Jersey launch Taa do complain degrade! and that defraud_ any. organization them. They Is The Best .$2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers'

the American Tin Plate company. I allowed to be created by or to exist under Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. 1-21-99 ,
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'the protection'of law that results
This is such a model and well devel, No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.... JACKSONVILLE, Fix '
a coocentratiou In a few hands the
f oped trust that a brief description of ,
wealth that has been produced by T
It will be both Interesting. and in i
structive.It many bands.' we handle only the rest and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of f\
:BURKHARDFS December aS, 1899.
They do 'com plaiD,' that Industrial.

000,000 Is preferred capitalized and at $30.000,000,12 30000.000: com-L- commercial\ 'and economic'conditions' We wish Coffee Drinker Hay, Corn, .Oats, Flour_ Bran, Wheat, .Grits, ;: '>

a exist, whether"as a* result of every -
mon stock It contains about 40 plants legal Meal Cotton Seed Meal and Dark.AT
and 280 mills. The total ('Qst.9r duplicating enactments or without law. under .would try Our Private Blend of Coffee.Not ._ Both Bright .,
which three-fourths of the wealth of
these mills In 189 (about $20.- WHOLESALE-
the country has been taken from hands for the profit we might mate,but for the satisfaction you would
000 ) was not than $ mill more
f 000000.per that created 'It and vested in hands have and we feel ta giving you a really good cup of Coffee at a State Agents for Tygert-A Fe tilizer Co.
that have"had nothing whatever to do mOt moderate price. It is very select"Coffee a sort of pet that we .
This trust now owns practically ev Star Brand 'endiaers--Gnarante4'd: Analysis, Orange tre and Vegetable Fertlliwr. Par
with Its eri> have been coddling for the last five years. Every care and attention -
: They have a rightto fronml Cone,Nitrate;oia.Muriate of _
Pota.haiphate Potaan Kanit etc. Th Far
mill ,
In the tin
ery country making is bestowed it. We pack it in a handsome serviceable
demand that a premium shall not upon tilizer have no Superior IB tile Market,and a trial Till convince.
plates for the (reneral trade'- '. Le offered tin pail containing two pounds at 25 Cents per Pound. Send for Catalogue.Free--- 10.....
.t Not 1 percent of all plates sold to to a mere accumulator If you feel doubtful about it, let us assure you : try it first at ,
the public is made outside the trust. while an embargo is laid on the producer our expense. Please do out judge it by the low price, for it isn't "

St Louis Post-Dispatch. They and have a tax a right on the to consumer.demand that cheap Coffee. w ; The Florida Central

I t the utilities that they have created L W. BURKHARDT Finest GntOitL' .
-S SCOUNDRELS and wade valuable, privileges that belong -
I -- to the public shall not by powers Store 'Phone No. :I. Residence 'Phone No..'3.

Wholesale Jan Delivery Made by which they have loaned to corporations BUTTERINE is fine for Cooking. Our price to everybody 2ac:lb. and Peninsular 'R.
PresidentMcKlnlry, R.
be made the basis of stocks upon 5 Ib..lots or over, I7c lb.
Recently the New York World catalogued -
> which they must pay dividends or be .

,," "f' and 349 129 pardons commutations granted of sentence criminals hey used"must as security pay the for Interest.debts upon which Unexcelled Service from FLORIDA to all points ....

_ it--.J1- Mr. McKInley during the two years They hate right to demand that ae-

and five months of hIs administration.The Cumulated wealth shall not be allowed Do You Want a NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
list does not Include the case of
Commissary General Euga who after under fions"to tbe forms Its of law or court deci STEAMBOAT? :Two trains daily between TAMPA JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAHand
escape Jast of
a fair trial by court martial was sentenced the: public burdens. We have them to Sell,and if we have COLUMBIA' carrying Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars,
They a rightto none on hand to salt we caD build Columbia
with for
to disgraceful dismissal from connecting at sleepers
: regard as error a decision of the Just what you want.
j the and whose sentence the
army president supreme court under which such an
changed Into the reward of six Iniquity 1 Is permitted and In accordancewith We are also PreparedTo Washington

years furlough upon full pay. the forms of law to reverse that Furnish .... Baltimore
But It does include the pardon of \Q error at the bar of tbe"court of public .... Philadelphia and
bank wreckers and a commutation of '
opinion.-A. J. Van Vorhli
I sentence In the cases of eight other Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write New York.

men who as bank officers betrayed
their trusts.It AN IMPERIAL ARMY. Also with Cincinnati sleeper via Asheville. :
or call on us for Anything in
includes pardon in the oases.of 01 ,,.... need.
Jadge,Ore Point Dot It* Mea- Our Line that you
and the commutation of 29 .
sentences ace to Oar Invitation. Through Sleeping j JACKSONVILLE and

\, clement Imposed and upon kindred postmasters crimes.It .tot: ember Just'ce' Brewer of the supreme court Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co., Dixie Flyer, Car Route between 1 j SAINT LOUIS,

bt the Uuited States, in au address before I
Includes the pardon 33 counterfeiters the Liberal club of Buffalo, among JACKSONVILLE, FLA.1D249BFiOnh Lake-City ,
and the lightening of sentences
other things said: .
upon 14 others. 'We hate lived and prospered for = Jacksonville Marine Railways Macon., '- .
Without goIng further into the catalogue 123 years with a handful of regular Atlanta, ,,: .

.it is fair to ask why the president troops We have preserved peace at Chattanooga, and
has to the of these Infa-.
r come rescue home and have been rebutted abioad.Uoveruut'rit Kashrilk.
moos Fl'Ol1ndn.ls by the use of his pardoning
by consent of the
1)l\H'r7 Why has he granted has little! need of the soldier.governed So Making connections r KANSAS CITY: CHICAGO and all points in the North-
respite to bank wreckers and the betrayers west.Through. '
: of trusts tl"""encouraging oth the world has come to believe, aud soft ql1EN G. ST! 011M sleeping-car service between JACKSONVILLE and NEW ORLEANS,
er bank officers to otYt'nsl'Thl Is. Are we ready to. forfeit this high via River Junction and Pez saeola.

has he Impaired thu integrity of the position."Are we? not sowing the seeds whichin .:,cL DEALER IN ys... Fall information on application to any Agent of this Company.

postal Ser'l'll'by pardoning embezzling the days to come will grow up Intoa A. 0. tcDO ELL, L. A SHIPMAN

postmasters? What for: crimes possible that claim are to unpardonable clemency and harvest of 'trouble for our children Staple and Fancy Groceries Cen'l Passenger Agent. Ass't Gen. Fass'r Agt.,
our children's children? JACKSONVILLE FLA.
can any counterfeiter hare?
"We have 10.000.000 or 12.000.000 of
The lurdoning: is conferred
power unskl!)"'\ colored laborers south'of
upon the executive for one purpose Grain and all Food Supplies.
Mason and Dlson's'line.- Are
and one only.! It Is not intended for we CE&N St RCOMPANY.
.to aid in solving the labor problemby
the rclltf of criminals with or without -.-- ,
bringing Into our' national life 10.- ,
a "rulL" It Is Intended as proceeding
In equity are to correct mistakesand 000,000 hbc1't>rs.or" 11,000.000 unskilled Malay COTJUTH.'r PRODUCE SAVANNAH LINE"

cure Injustices of the law. It was Judge Brewer Is a Republican Always Fresh, Kept la Stock. ''t
appointed -
nmr meant In any Constitution that by President Harrison, and It t PART RAIL, PART SEA_ -k
the i.vtcBtive should pardon criminals.It Your Patronage Solicited. -
Is'only very strong convictions that Fast Freight'and Luxurious Passenger Route from
was mt'mfonly'tLnt! as a last resort ,
could have Induced him to leave the t. -
his: power of pardon should. rescue men 4-14 West palm Beach, f1a.
Florida to New
bench York
unjustly! cou\k-ted of crime < the platform to discuss these Boston and the'East. -t.:.
great national issues. Judge Brewer "
,, In this view of the law and the facts i
Is not a "traltor"but a distinguished
:./Fresideat Kinley's wholesale jail. citizen and patriot who loves his SHORT RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH, -
'.. '!detii Is a gross abuse of the pardogi coun
; cry try. Thence via Ship sailing from Savannah. .
i lug iwwcr .. ', _. _ rr.

# ,4'. Tc.l *f tie Nary Cllqae. There are Room politicians For Two.of Influence and BUDDED CITRUS TREESRAISED Four Ships; Each Week to New York / Two to Boston rAU .

The "ainouncement that Secretary industry who are stir passing alone ON-; ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. I.

t Long Is fo resign Is not unexpected. the line'the'portentous, "Ilanm Write for general information, sailing schedules stateroom resenations or i i'I
_1 The only wonder (ls that be has per- uust go." Aud Hanna Is probably .SPRUCE PINE RIDGE. call on .

milted imself toT9ed by Crownln- eying to himself, "Well. I'll I IE. H. HUSTON, Traffic Manage, WALTER .
stay as HAWKINS
for. Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock. Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and ,

.r. .. shield t very u thftjjtyjypfc'pp Bjonto8.-Atl8Bta clique Const so"mtiny mg 111 as be McKinley room In does.the "outward Perhaps bourn there ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B'. BEACH, West Palm Brach, Fla.! I SAVANNAH, GA. Gen'l Agt Traffic Department, !I

224 W. Bay St., JACESONTIU.B, Flu I
? Our SV:' tr .. train for both.-CiecluuaU! En u1rer.

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,' P...tile Week D.ttsalag Dee. e "Qle Per ta. Week'BeI'.aaJ.1). . \.
l1c..r.. U.D.71. LESSON IN '
31. .Beat'uIF fteeord Teat, \
TMM.ia.J3..-. ttetpldr.leead-l.to.as air Ilea .TERNATIONAL&R1E8DEC.t81. Lwk.: ill i3.Teri I Finest stocks of Cabbage Canlifiowtr Celery and Leu\! .
x, ,ZO, BUT
(A few Tw'. meeting.) Golden and Valentin; Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Kyi

The referent d ifl'tlieadlpaasagcs UB and Florida Rust Proof Oats. tiT Write fur price list
Coatreks "Rejoice becansa your, names' arc i I ,
of tW LCMOB.
the frequent book renee of life;"in an*the expression Script of Quarterly R Uw-4J.M.,'_*Pa. written in heaven.'! L CAMERON Seedsman, I2E East Bay Street, JACKSCNYIl' .

sub 8_CommitUrr/,Pn.-n."F It ia a common figure of speech in ,
.,. la: its tgutattve'-u to the Old'Testa* the 'Bev. D. of. Steawa the Bible that of record Vwks which IRE ONi.Y OEPARTMEffT.STOREi .

meat uSa the register of the covenant ', art
Copyright. 1S39. by D. 1C. tewna.] the actions of men 'written down .

people. 'l'bere.nd elsewhere- it also refers LESSOR 1.-Joy.ia.. God's house (Pa, and preserved by God and ,that frogzxU1 .-
,to the Bet- wbicH God keeps in
those documents the future' of PlantSystei
,Golden/Text Fa.: xxil. L "I WM destiny HEADQUARTERs
heaven of those who are'Hie. whoaetiajnes. glad when they said unto. me. Let M go each person shall be determined. Perhaps I FOR .

aa it were are written in a Into the house of the Lord., It ia always it refers to the custom in oriental '

book giving them a title to eternal right and pleasing to God to consider the lands-of having court historian or

__ ; lifel, "It contains a list of the righteous Jews and Jerusalem First offering chronicler_ who preserved ,in writing. :jCLOTHWGt THREE SHIPS A WEEK TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA.hortfaUiand .:

and insure 'to those whoee names arewritten and first cfforto _for ,them bring _BuN the notable events of the times and : -Head Dow\-d Time Table to ESbet r." Boatbtxrand}wUp_

therein life before God first in blushing actordiig verae 6 in connec noted ,tha names 4of those, deserving I ek TelOt2fa2I3 *'_ 78,1 U KoTayune 11, B iA. Central rI No. !,\.-S! \. z. *. t-v .
tiun with which nee the command in Is*. special remembrance and reward 'be I I ,,? Daily Dally lVOU1 Meridian) Time u"y* U ItaflyIDslyl1'ry I r_,
the earthly kingdom of God and then Ixii..0, T. Remember that (Jod.'i way U I ...... e .-WP -7 4WH LT..JtoTaupa....' T7T7.J leaCra:10 asni 7 3.t9 .
eternal life also." It is the record book always. The kingdom first lea aH else cause of eminent. service given the king. i __.. ..;..... ... lLv.TampBa ..;..i......{....v t 1-".-.I.-).I.T "
i. The idea expanded m the book of"Revelation 1 A, EW"l.EADERS ... Tree, II' 7 Sinf 7 S5ra LT. ....TaiBpa..Ar. ...11cPsC0 tIOfJ 7 Jt.l.t. ......
of in which He the. .
God keeps names will be added Math..vl. 83). : ;.. : 11 1 9 oond 8 con LT....Lab-land...Ar. : .;. 5. 8 im:, 5 iow;...--:
of thoee who are faithful and true to LESSON 11.-Human's plot against the and assumes a very poetical I i: .:_ ..12 ales IUOP.III04OP.II LT. .....Kw6in.mc, ....Ar.ICSWllSOnmsOMLT. .... 7 25PJl SKiS1,.....
Him In Christ and from,which He.blots Jews, Eat Ui, Ml. Golden Text form with dramatic force. 'Malachi FOR MEN : s'_ .. .. Orlando .:.Ar. ...... ; 4 .S7f1M.U.il'.....; .
closes the Old Testament with .__.. _.... 1IWJtll82FJ'U *S*Lx ..WbterPuk ..Ar. .._.. ii 84**' !I 2dlar...:.
31 If who
out the names of all who are unfaithful Rom.'vili. God be for u, can canon a ;.:. ::. 7 dots :Sufi1!!45U12' 451 Lv. : Sa&totd .....Ar. _.. 53SMSKSZ1....
to Him .Tna reference suggest that-' be against oar In all the Bible we see similar declaration of a book of remembrance .. .. 'l1lS.JI 21 adP 1 ttuj 1 XiU Lv..Onn:ftty' x :._.. e-i S ....
the.coafltet between ,the-dcvil and" hill in which God's chosen Dark Blue. Heavy French Wahsilk' i...... 83WY. aa __. .....|...... *Ijuid:--LT. .a. 4 30PJI1.l1.ij....,
1. If our names are written in the ODe&&rtIaJiI1Uo .: 7W2 345 .. .JLv.....teLaad..Ar. ...::. 5 11P.I;. I IS .
book of ,life it should cause ns great sod God and His people. The recorded for reward. FcwJ Double'Baeaated Sack iioou 11Of.ll 51 1014 UiMLv.] .....P&latka...-.Az. ..... U be.f CkJI'Jlll oPlci+a i f. '
adversary often' seems to triumph and ; .The closing ,YI'M emphasizes 'the 111110 I ma's'; 5 m 52 5 25r11LvUreeuC.veSpringaAt| ... l' 40 68* 8 43?.I5 11U
,joy (Lake X 20) To the 70 on their so It will be till the kingdom conies but Suit, or Dark Bfua-lmportcd; ThiU t11 I2I.P.II I, 6 OtP 529U 5 Z9IoIILT.AI.poI'a Soiing*.Ar. ::.. to a ... .It587iJ'
return from their, missionary tour and the Lamb shall overcome for lie Ia thought_ of our past. life record. What et SHk Fad Doable. Breasted 112104 S eOPXI 7 84DilArJ.ACKsOS VILLEI.T. '-'. I iv a xaiX 1

their report of their great -that and Lord tRn.au I. it been! With allot ns the'Aessage .... ...-.. = :LT. .J'lKenblirf..4r.! ._. 811' .. ..
power Clog of kings ofComforted lords of the Spirit to the Lord's' church Sick Suit, trimmed ._'-.. ...... ..... ...... LT.....BeUeair...!.Ar. .... it.t. :.::... ..1".moo .:::
even devils were subject them-Jesos uu. 14) Lot us be by the and finished ife .: _. ..... _._ :.... Lv..'&. Kpnuga,.At .. :4P5....... :. ....
said "Notwithstanding in this rejoice assurance that God Himself U a Ledge should sound warning; ""! have 'not. var. .12 50 :.... .....,10 .... ..... r.-.trilb1.Az.. ... ,001'.11....... .. : ..
and a wail of fire about His people and found thy works perfect before God. beat, onlj. .' S ... :12 t8f.ll, .... ,_,. Lv..._ LeelbI,..... ..... 5 J3I'....... ..f;
not U afihejpiritaare'll1bjoct unto I IM; t7. u '_'.:. 3 :....; ...._ LT..... Unla...... A& .. 3 40FJI'....,.. .O :50'a
yon boi.rejoie* rather- because' your none.can toqoh them without His permission Be watchful and strengthen the things -worth cot than $17;(. _. .. .. .. 'IOPJI ._.. ... Ar.,., Geise.vl0e..Lv. _.. ICOPJll....... 17 341'.11
in ". To (Job t i; Zovh. 10.LESSO.T which remain., that ore ready ,tq,die. : ......1_.... 1 ew5,.... .... LT.... (.aiBSarifle.... _.r ....[....>...-...1f8
i name 1are.;written- .heaven. lll.-tK ther pleading for her Ho14h '. Our.Buj-J J rae ,fiuiit i tjtrgnldthrait itamal C5ut.... 4 Ofes,_; .... LT...'. Eawttaorne..Ar. ...... 111'1..... t7 9r.l .
have power over evil spirits for the (Est. riii. 3-8 and tandrepent'people 1.IOU1. .. 6ICIJI,_... ..,. Ar. Pal.tb..Lv. _;. n 6I1P.II..... 'Ii aai11:1ws .
good? of, mankind would certainly beCtaaoJfbr ) Golden i ; p red ll aJ ,,t.$2 +=: :: 7YI'.III- .:.... .JACBSOVILL1LLv....., 2-11. f4 KMs
T xt Pl. xn"1. i "Comnut th/ ; J
way yonthre.leena 145P...... 8001'.11:= A OvU LT.JACKSONTltJJEAr. isou 4 vvrJ 13 iOlFCttlew ,:
,:rejoicing,) bat 'km';mnch unto the Lord. .Trust also ia. film and War.IRS mad.Prcmls *f4 the..fi.tJe\ .b 4555 ......19104.!.... II ails u .... War....Lv. W30M ii too) 5 t5's ".."....
greater cause for rejoicing is the.fact He shall bring it to paaL' Either fallt'Tie g eatlywiao, to t&IkWith our f wi..... U4JUAZ./. "eaup ._..Lv. 8Z8PJI 4 &UU 0 56U 4 sr. .;. .:
hours." :DOUGLASSHOESfa I 3 ..... 12 015J. .... tlauII u..Lv. SOSM a KUf 8 40UJ 3 ti m.....;
a.nd her
that our names are' written .in this Ins' pravlIoIJ- taking life in .....'I0 1 ....,. 4 W5 An Cbuleak....LT. JWXuiSfJi e ;'......._.__.
Lamh'a book of life. That record tells) her hand on behalf of her people is sngThis is the time when 'men take aegestlve ... -. [ 274 ...... Sai Ar.ST .. ... LT. ..... l e.AIl 7 &li'.II....._ .....
that saved saved for time of Him' who laid down His life count of stock and figure up gains and all and. .... 3a s ..... "luAr.HgJOUiArE lYallmg ea ..Li- .._.: 4 3uU 3 46U_. ,. ._....
ns shapes style.
we are for uu. suffering In itead. .._......:: 103 ,'. Baltmraro.....Lv.Philadrtphia. _.... I SOU 22VX .... .....
and eternity. It tells ns that w are,the our losses. He who never strikes a balance ...... ..... 11 53:4: .....10 II5U Ar Lv. .." 13 HID 1- OSPjT8&5PJI ... ,".'-".
children of God and that God iaRwdilil LESSON IVs-Eira't journey to Jerasa sheet may get a living but can scarcely PALM B ...... ....,. G ... 10345 Ara &mr Twk....'. ..... D25IJt. .....
tern (Ezra viii. 2 -32). Golden Text. make much in business. WEST ACH.. ... ..... lCOFJI 9 001''M.14 Boaton ... Lv. .... tl o0Ps 1100'i:
expect to success ":':
interested ia.ua and exercises special Ezra vui. 22.."The h our God is : :-1a ._.. -15.1i'Lv... ?, Wayeroaa ....Ar.IS = sou'= -54V840UI.- !'::.
care and control of us. If anything in upon all them for good thatof seek Him.Esra's ." ., Men need to redon up at times *- .u ...._ __.'12 .._ iMiAr. ...Tifcua .....LT.an ..... a mu'.... 3154.... .p'
the world us' this fact and see how their investments are pay '._... ._.. 'J ...... d Jo.......Kiora_...Lv. ..... 11 60PJ,..:' 11 JCt ...:.:
can cause joy; trust was In the Lord God the GEORGE NIOOLU/ ,"' ...:.. 'I 25 _,,, T SSWtAr .. Atlanta. LT. ..... S 30 JI....... 7 Mu, ....
should, and a joy that will manifest itself God of heaven, and looking to Him alone ing. If some ventures are failures cooed ; .? .... ..... 1 r ...... 1 OSUCAr. ,..Caattanoogs..L. ... S MfJl'........I l6........\.
in gratitude to God and consecration he' set forth bn the long journey and them out Beware of similar things in ,. ._. ___ G' tWUr .... N.aIlle .. LT.LT .: .. I HUH( ....... III'JI ....,..
to His eezvi. God took special care of them and defuture. What pays wen increase and PMn tad ,: = -301'.1I,1'-,' ...... ?....'W.jero ....Ar. Itttun' i OOAl/...: : .
... .11 adI13 ..._. Lv... tiUfM 'M.tII..J1i a. o
2. If our names' are written in the livered them from the hand of the en take care of. We must be warned by Ornamental, ....:: -... tone ...,?, ,...ValC.Lv. 7 505 4 11II...... --1:: :::::::w
book of aim in life shouldbe emy. When any one relies wholly on the past We need at this time tu.coan ... .... 21 M .....;: Ar. ....Tkoaaarill....LT.AX .8.lI'JI a sou..... ...... .....
life our one the Lord. He will show Himself strong .. .:: ....:. 0314 ...: ...3teataonery..L. UI2SUI 1 7 45PJ.;..... ..... .....
that blotted eider seriously what our course in life PLASTERERContracts .... ..... .. .. ... .
to see, they are not out II 9 :.. LT. Jloniemnwy. Ar. 11 133 7 2SP ...... .
blotted Moses for them ( Chron* xvi. 9). but their ia.yielding. What way does it shape ..... ......1159 U 3' ..; .. Ar. .:.Bminghaa.,L. titiM 4l>5HIOOU.. :.. .... ......
1h'el maybe. out prayed heart must be.right with .Him seeking 1 ...... ...:.. 7101'J1 60' ..... A>._....Na h'ine... Ly. 121Uauu ....... ..... ...: .
.that his name be blotted out for the only His glory. and tend? U thou shalt not watch.will "I ..... ..._. 7 6 fs r tauf* M I>...... .!....dr. 401JI.s,. A wPI ....
good of Israel which of course'could LESSO.N.Y-Psalms of deliverance Pa. come on thee as.a thief au4'thoolxxxy af any point! in, :w.. _.., t 80143 75M U JMM At..,.. Laa1aVJlle..,.Lv. 11211 2 0045..t w eX.....
comeexIvt ..... ...... 7 .yjl| 4 GSSaAL.... Ctotia aU..i.ITTfci 1 11 td!.....
not be done. In Rev. iii 8. Jesus says and_cxxvi). Golden Text. Ps. shalt not.know what hoar will DADE COUNTY.. .... -..... 8 ell- a -uno.; .:..Note l.Cfcfeaii TL. KOfiswJji-I-eOP.IIj_ ._n_.,-......
"He that overcometh the same shall .a,. ",that saw In tears shall on tnee." That warning sound as ..... ..... 5105 1.1 = 7,AT..JicMS.CPteaCT..Iv. f 4M .....!. I3P. ......

be clothed in white raiment, and I will reap ia joy." The lessons in Esther and sternly as when spoken to the Sardiaa References given. if desired.PaAddreaayWest = ..... ," 71 '... Saint Ionia ..$: ..J1'= .=

not blot out his name out of the book Ezra suggest these songs of praise for people. It applies ta us. ,Again the '. oJ 7- ...... ....."\0% Y c1'.''..)&e.tgO 1.. tiou I twrZ..... --1.....
deliverances. Difficult places In our premise is firm. "He that Palm Buth. ... ... J 115 : iobUeLv. 18 301111 W145WJ7MU.-...... .. ._.,......
Ot life. This statement shows tbat it lives give God opportunities to show His equally ores ... ... 30PI 14015.JAr.ItewOrleaee.Lv.: 7 ..... ..... .n.: .
.possible for our names to be blotted When people-are at their wits' cometh.; the same shall be clothed ia !. Note 1-TJ- Knwviiw. SU t-\U t-mcioMti or Loufn lle.- TUB .t ttaUo&attn I1Inke4
)>nt of God's book of life. What a sad end powvr.tall their wisdom swallowed _up) white raiment and I will not blot ant t U dwlf. amft t .' 'Ttowbowm.',ott stations U daily.THBOCGH .

'catastrophe'such a fate would be! If then lIe bringeth them out of their distresses his name out of the book of life, but 1 I cAU. SENTIc4

a the chief joy of earth ia in baring our Pa. cry 27. 28 and margin). will,confess hie name before My Father KM 31 and SJ are TMtjbaM roar*t raina,earrria Pullman tfoatm between Pert T.ntnnv.lle ''J.;.".

names written in heaven who can describe LEbbO, VI.-Nehemiah'l prayer (Neh.t and before His angels." 'It will pay to i'-1i. t.EAdvertisers lea and 78 au-l\eW,23 Yurk carry Tim Pollmasekepeaektassnukeo.vtlkand Atlantic Coast Line*na FrDBaylrtnU Kaihead.Mew York. .,.

the sorrow of having them Wot- Ml. Golden Text. Neh. L 11.'"Pros overcome; but is folly to bo overcome KIM 33 and*1 carry mliuian sle pi7a bet.eelll'un Traps and JcekaoBrille.Not. .
'tod -oat? But per. I pray thee; thy servant this day" We have been sufficiently warned.' Let ., 2Gard:7 firry tollman kheprra bttwwn Jacksomill and cI cbeati'c I Mcatgonrry
though they. may. yet ,
aDd, I, a >. It It Sleeper ..U runs from Port Tampa t.C1ue.WIIItI.
they need not be' blotted out U we Um again we are reminded of our Lord us take heed I Noa.a and an earn >iULanalerperaDotwn JackioBTuleand Bt LOOM fii Moctcn::'TY a14
'O'Vercome-ovenome' Jews, as we see Nehemiah forgetting Mobile Oil,.E.E ;ktwrea J ek- a UU and bt-ionic Via Wartgonery xnd LouisTiile v Daah.
sin overcome hlmM and his position( and bearinc the Dlthp CHkert Ravesu Title K. R : and bet re.n J .ciaonTQte sad 6k ,-.1. via. Tuba. .Atlanta. Chattao oi>a.1i.,h\'i:1dp
trial overcome unbelief-they shall not burden of ,his poor" afflicted people In He was born in' Maiden Mash, tt Martin aodniinoU Casual Hallway. :

toe. And Jesus will help ns so that we Jerusalem ready to go to them and bear in la .
1691 and died the old homestead Plant Sleanisfilp Line StsiasMps OJmtfa'and! Majcot!?
He'haa'overcome'the .
can \ affliction with them If only he might help ,
1880. He came 01 good New England Bat,Wad. lid bins ....U LT........Fa era.......,.Alt 18 OOU.....Wed.,Sat.and Wan.Ar. .
world; and through Him we may overcome them. In chapter li, 4. 5. we. so? the Methodist stock ,was graduated from ; ': Xat, \>t\. and Van.... 7 .......Key Wft....'...LT. f 1I1IOf1I....Taea, Fri.&., it possibility of praying even while talking and took eat, M ert.and Uoi ...v f IGfJlI ....,.,'y Weet. ..., Ar. SOOfj.....Tree F1 a td Eun.Se. .
Let us be faithful to God in Christ to a person and of relying upon God for Wesleyan university a. place Who use theColumns ..,Tl.ur aftd TCH... 2 Ar. ..:... fort Tampa ._..Lv. I It 1IOP.Ii. linn.,Tbr.r.1IDd fit.
and in the book of life the words we speak., in the church for which he was well' .. .. '., 61eepl g car'rvatioifti.> keep our names
Ussoa VIL-ReboiWraf thf" walls of fitted. His was personality'very unlike the Uiy Xiaat tree* 4We.t ilea bee Joe!<_ m.,or by addrasaiog

tor'thus. Onll'CaD we enter heaven. Jerusalem (JJoh, lr. TOOI4en 7ett. that of any ofner man of lute ttnt '. *.*f.,*M.- .JrtfctT Ilv.. pa... Areat IT. V. LIFSEF. Dlv.. ... treat, .
"'Then shall ia enter into it 138 W. .IIL.JaekoMmYtlle.TJnnpa.rtA.-
nowise anything in Be visions of y
Math. wvi. 41. "Watch and pray" Ne- particulars. saw '
that defileth., ** but they which many of B. O. ER.'It. ..'. yujBT,. DURHAM. R. ow WRE 1.Iltr ,
hemlah having obtained the favor of things to be and with great energy set .. e.GeLS8Jlt tim.Tnffic\:a. 9
\ .in written in the Lamb's book of life." the King came to Jerusalem and encouraged about making them real Ha was a reformer 1101"aLv. ...."...,. .11)0. M.-

Bible :Heading*.-Ex. xxxii., 30-33; the people to rebuildthe, walls. and so was feared .by many of Illustrated PiayingCardsQ Ua opt m X3 Smote tock noon appllcaUoa'Florida .
.,EccL xii, 18. U r.laa. iv., 8; Dan. xii. They took hold with a will and the wall the timid who dreaded to have old aiita Plant .
Math xii, 39. 37;.Actta xvii. 80. was finished The enemies'did not foil
forms di karbed. Aa he old mea THE
grew .
Hj Bocn.ll.,12.10. I Cor. iv. 0: Phil to get in.their work of persevering hindrance .
and discouragement and plotting I ,.
1-8 fleb. I Pet 1-5 '
Iv. ;. xii 22-24; iv. ; I
'Rev xit1. 8ivU, 8;'xx; 12-15xxi.27.. to overthrow, but Nehemish's reliance East Coast
upon God gained for them the victory. Ry;
LESBOS VHL-Public, reading of the
the Skad_. Scriptures Neh. viii.. 1-12). ,Golden TROPICAL '
We most all'go there sometimes. The Text. Neb. vui. 3.The ears of all the

,glar* of'the daylight, is.too brilliant people were attentive unto the Rook of SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down NORTH BOUND (Bead Up\
Qu eyet become injured and unable to the law. The greatest thing on earth ;
Is to know God and there ia no way to '. "; No
: delicate-shades of coke
discern the -or Oar Daffy STATIONS.
appreciate neutral Unto-the shadowed know Him but by II la word. He saves .SUN ; )I' lov :

us, that we may willingly obey Him (Isa.U e.ue: SJua Leave..... ........ .Iac nnlle..................Ardrt 00l1 lxy.a,
chamber of sickness 'the_ shadowed 18. 19) and thus be abundantly blessed. I Up 10 81* AtrlTe....:........... St.Aogu iu. .....??.,.,..........Leavee "t.
house of mourning the shadowed life LESSON IX.-Woes of Intemperance 8))118 Had Leave................St.Augustine.............Arrive 615:, 9t.o
has But aplilta ....._..... ..... HIIII iun ... :::._........_Leave 3ee Ubffii'
the gone.
'from sunlight (Prov. ,:xill. 29351 Golden Text. Prov. CLAIMIt Arrive .. .. .. .. PalalkaPaialka .. .,-... ..Le'n 4' 819
fear not It la'the shadow of God's'bamL u. 1. "Wine U a mockers strong drink .. .......- .. ... ..... rrlve 4 life

He is leading thee. ,There are Is raging and whosoever" is deceived 7.11.11 1I0u&IL..e ........ ......- ban Mateo ...... .. .. Leave ..., 1
..basons which can be learned only there. thereby not wise. The great deceiver ...._........SauMiiteo.. ....:. ..... Arrive 7\f'. "

The photograph of Hia face can be only and murderer and father.of lies has 'Glip N .Leave.............. Eiut '. .......... .......Lc4>e 3'IIIi{. m
fixed ML the dark chamber. But do not many devices by means of which he Is TheBES7 '4Jp,12 p ...........:::....Oraond..,.........;:...... ." I+ 7Ia
seeks to ruin lxly and soul but strong 1 lt1h. ........ ......... .Daytona..M.... ........... &r.1' 't O'.
suppose that He baa cnst thee aside. drink Is his best $pI lisp ......... .....PortOranea.. ..,._...o ; ... 8i.'.1.( ,aadaca
of for .
'Thou art itill in'His He has one destroyers, JlIII 161 ..............- t-ew SmTTT* ................... 3', i
quiver. .
when he gets a' person filled with drink ."P Sri ............. OakHiU ..:.... ...,...... % "
not''flnng'thee away, as a worthless they are so completely under his Influence taop 80l/p .............,.. Titnsville................. It t.1 a3a
Beta thee clove till .. a.op : .. ............City Point............... 1 .:
'thing; only keeping he can do what be will through them. .... 8.:1 ..:........... .Cocoa. .. .......... 1 5 ...
the moment comes when He can send LESSOR X.-JuK-pmg the Sabbath "I .... 541p ................'Rocttnda. :................. W"I".; ..
thee most swiftly 'and surely on some (Neh. xlli. 15-22)).. Golden Text EL xx. / .... 41 ip .............. Eau Gallie ................ ,....
... 42U ................Melbourne................. 1ElgI'...
errand ia which He will be glorifiedIbadowed -,0 -Remember the Sabbath day to keepIt .... 457; u.........:..... Rowland................. 11 l ...
remember how holy." In this busy world not many .... 51Ip '................Sebastian ......._...... ." \1 etl -
solitary one; people find time to set acquainted with AdvertisingMEDIUM ..... 55'p .................. St Lucte .................. "l0ua ....
closely the quiver is bound to the war- .... 615p .................. Port Pierce...-............ 10 i. ....
f within reach of the hand and God.- so He has graciously given Ill' one 4:' i IA._ 11.110"_ _..n.nu u_.___ ._.____.__.Eden.....n..n..n......_..uu_...._..... lita'
riort easy day.in seven on which He may specially t II 4p;: ..........uu.'J! ..... ............. IOOh{..
guarded jealously!-Rev.; .F. B. Meyer. reveal Himself to those who delre to BISHOP GILBERT HAVTW h 6.-p ....... ........-Btnart.... ................. 950a, e.T:
know:. and He tells that if found him in practical matters soundly fi, *6p .............. Hota Sound................ 0113': 1C.
lDaguih'Prayer ns we i lawp ............-West ........... .
TIM Boak. will conscientiously give Rim the wholeof conservative of all that was good .and .5fi t 813p : ....... ....We' Palm Beach................. Oita': ;"t
The English'Prayer Book is what it this day we. will learn to delight ourselves safely progressive where advance waa *\ 83!p .......... ....MBoynton.... .........., 8 llJ'I t4.;
,1*to the English because it grew with In Him and doing so we shall obtain needed. 84S? ........ ........-.. D lra,-........ ......... 1 ihal"S'1
I" : .....'......FurtLandwdala.........:....... TOTa, .. n
tbat people and..it could ingrain'iteelfin the desires of our hearts bcu Iriii. His memorable work was done as editor 1 e 97P\ ... ... ..._. Lennon Ctl.._.... ........ 2'.' .
national character because it was in 13,14 Pe XMvii. 4). of Zion's Herald and as bishop in Of. Any .T ;;; \|Arnve................... ..............:.... I I I'

'Itself in setae sense a product of na- 0-11 Lsssoif and A XL*-12 Lessons>. Golden la giving Tent (II MaL Cor.I. I the colored work of the -south.'"Hia BETWEEN DEW MIYitXA AND OBAAGEKo. cnt .usunoC *

tionalevolntion from faroff Anglo Saz-. T *G d loveth cheerful giver." I death was hastened by'African fever SSo, ii STATIONS. ;=o .>
on'time'The'history of the PrayerBook I Ix. .word contracted on his episcopal tour to Li 1PI'fOl-iLT...... ., .. ...New 8myr.. ......_.f ......Ar'7:. .:Ha
The "chtwtor is literally hilarious i8uh13la\ : .................. ................. ..L1, wo
reaches far beyond the First Book ** end is,oat used elsewhere in the beria. Whoever came close enough to WEEKLY PAPER JpU9 | ......,.......... L. Oty .,................. .' ApT405plll4aa
vof)Edward VI. Theancient parts of New T tanleDL Th spirit of I viJl him to form personal acquaintancefound 'Ar...... '.. '.. ... .0uC.Junction................ ,11' & 13.)

the liturgy are witnesses and aa it which God loves. Is seen in the gifts of in him one of the'most delightful l trains beiwaen New imyr and Orange City Junction Dy exi-ei't bu.."_ _

were:title deed of the historic con the people for the. tabernacle and temple and faithful of friends He did Uf.TWt-KN Ill U*VII.LE A"D eASFs.RD.

,' tinuity oil.our catholicity of Eng- Ex.. xxxv.,29; xxxvi.. U I, 71 .Cbroa.xxix. much quicken the.church to a higher In The KolU70uaLv STT0 i

Ikh character.-ChurcnwaB- 9) David would not offer that and broader well as deeper ani more ............. _.................... A-I :'J
; which cost him nothing (II 8am. xxiv. Tli: ...........:..O.Ttur.......................... L1. n
24). and Mary brought that which was intense life 821Ja''lM .....................w .....Ostwn................ ....... .11 UrfSUH
a.l..kaess aad Self Lov $ | .......................intenirise. ...................... ". ,IItun ,S3.
very costly (Jcha xii. 3)), and the poor Feraoaal Ptedaes. ......... ........., rprie Jnnotionj30aAf ....... ........... I Ii 2aa
Selfishness lea vice; self love is a widow cast in all she had. even all her TOTE Of-FLORIDA. ..:........, .....:,.... .:turd.. ....:............. it "n
"Virtue Selfishness U the root of all living (Mark xii..-).. One-tenth of our There ia of helpfulness in All b acne between Titusville and Sanford Daily occut Suaday .
selfishness is pledges, made to ea.cb. other, among
vice; then vice increases Income and one-seventh of our time
and selfishness-. turn leads on to the least we should offerHim.v ,Let us young people. It Ii not a sign of weakness ,. KEY .WEST AND HAVANA.

and greater vice. Selfishness and give Him all. and do It hilariously, for but of strength, to join togetherin .
more of the Florida Fast Coast Steamahip Company appointed to tail u fuU .as
He Himself for us. resolution A young man I The tteamars are : >
gave good
the other. any
sin act and react one upon ,
I- .' see
Self love on the contrary is a virtue LESSON X1L-Fruits of right and awakens to the fact that cigarette STEAMSHIP COCOA. ,- "'*fSOUTHBOUND. '

of.aU rinse of all wro.nEdoingMaIlU.l3.telv.O. Golden smoking is useless,'is wasteful' maybe
.sad be foundation .
\ .Text GftL 'Ii T. "Whatsoever a man
. ntt&ion. of All spirituality.- Christian soweth. that shall he also &." God harmfnj and ought to be given up He Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesd Key West Mondavi and Than.

'8taa4aJd. who pot in the garden of Pales all thatis I resolves to smoke no more.- Shall he go AdvertisingKate days. Leave Key West Mondays and Thursdays Arrive Hanna Taa dayi> *&1

pleasant to the sight and good for food alone! He can do so. He.is. strong Friday. .
'The HaAlt.! Sta. enough but be likes He feels NORTHBOUND.
and'who so loved teas to give HU only company
There should be present to oaethgaght begotten well tetoved.Son. loves .ta 611Hw interested that others shall see the truth Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fndays. Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Fridays.

that there ia a.possibility of i people,with Ills abundance and as be sees it' He talks. argueS. persuades Sheet Leave Key West Tuesdays and Frld iy.: Arrive Miami Wedattdays and Sat liT''I trill

cur being burdened in sin A sin repeated takes.special Interest.ia all who will let and induces others to do'as be Departures from Miami will be made MOB u possible attar arrival .of tram 3$

directly tends to the formation Him. does. :They agree. They pledge'to each I on sailing dl\YL
sinful habit. has LESSON % .- coming foretold Those Time Tabled show the times which train and boat may ueexpertadtoan";end '
of a 'duty neglected Is surrender of Will be .Sent
other: This no personal on Ap depart from the several stations and ports bat their arriTal or demure at the i&>*i
'the same effect; waking directly indifference (Isa. Ix. -) Gold Text Lake U.1L liberty. but is a strengthening bond stated i!not guaranteed nor does the Company hold ilaelf iloiay or u.r '
:' "Unto.you Is- born this day in the -qnrncs annng therefrom.For
and therefore to '
to duty aAeade&ed city of.David Saviour, which (a Christ and cementer of friendship and promoter copy of local time card call at 238 Weal Bay &JacksoaTllle. ,or address
spiritual sensibility.-United the Lord. As truly as H.'came once I of genuine fellowship plication. 3.P.BECKWITH. Traffic Manager. J. D. RAU N. A 'i F A.

fieabjteriaa.. m great humOUtioa to coffer and die for I The League _pledge is very valuable. At AIIF1ItIttl8 _
In We .well these covenants in: -' __ rSUBSORIBE .- ..
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oar sins so surely will com again j can use ---- -
,b .B4s. .f U.efalaes. glory as King *f Israel and King of I service more fully. Join together in

Adversity II the grindstone on which kings. and the.whole earth shall be filled : service. Promise each other to be faithful :

WI km enough,to put an edge of:aae* with His llor,. The church. His body, in daily prayer. in testimony the i 'i' iI .

,fnlaeas >oa' OBI lives -Christian Inftratcr. .w meet Him ee His way and rstMwttb. church meetings to invite other to1hJu Ii i FOR THE &rfl
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,. Altba Weft Slu, Vnu=ni;ate!oat Church, .q 3 .It is;; to be sure. 'Re; '
U.A4 Object Lf : this
't What a contrast to century and S member that my place is
I ,,,: .1" ., ... f''J. < {' : t Saudaj Muraltig, Ueerifibtr. 241 the century when Christ-,was :born i if
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./ fT ,: ,... ,! ..,- !The birth of Christ was a second birthday ,
t r'r'' ,? '; The CongregalioliafChurch\ was hand of:the',human 'r ce. .His beinghis .. -FOl- Jewelry at .

....i. ,:' ,soY'" ;'i' somely decorated "for yhristm aSi; and character, His universalsympathy.. His Silver Table-Ware Watches Birthday A few choice articles left over from' our jewelry' 'stsck at .about
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Gifts Watches Price. .
and Wedding Half
; the pastor preached to& large, congregation ] '
3'i.J ; creative have" remodeled 'alltlreformed '
power- and Clocks. .
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4 "in the morning the test : r Neckwear -
".. ; 1- '" ,; / from, i' :the Vbrid;:. Itishardlt' I, *
1, : t" F' *Bdt-"w1i1n-'the fullness of tb& tune < 'oT a RILES : Select assortment of all Latest Shapes from 250.to $1.25. The
jble ..fol'.p l'o'Ttalfzbxhe: .reataess, ., R. J. and *
!. "' '! ", God.ssnt'forth It1SSon"ma : 'colors are very fetching new. ,
,'w',s = acwoein de' nndef' the, change which-wes-peceSsary to savethe '
; S .:'; > : .... of n. m\ > tbe- lawto- THE JEWKLKBJACKSONVILLE ,- Handkerchiefs ,
'redeem them that.we.re: .under: lheiaw.; world from destruction when Christ .
\ ,A beautiful line Fancy Silk and Linen Goods in t
that we might receive; the adoption" of came/ Paganism had its 'temples its FLORIDA. proper
S sons."-Galaiiausiv, 4 syt statues, its.gantes-i libations to its width : Jt'tJ
In the reign "of Augustus Caesar, .
dead had for
heroes. It no hospitals '
e .' 'japeror of:Rome, and Herod, Tetrach the 'sick, no respect for the sanctity of Boynton which took place at about one DADE'S DEVELOPMENT.Continued White, Black Stripe and Fancy in latest patterns-Silk and

th ._of. Judea, a decree :was i issued, .. by the human life, no purity uo law of greatness o'clock.Wednesday afternoon, after but o Cotton Web-prices Soc. to $1.50 i U< s 1 ( from fit st'pagc.)
t 4' Emperor that ,al* the ,world should be to be attained through the upliftingof a few hours of illness resulting from a Shirts'

'" :: ,1 taxed-tbat is", all the ,world under tbe others. The coming of Christ lifted stroke of paralysis of the left ride, followed they would get a paper that was. Democratic j Monarch Dress and Soft 5.hlrts-proper thing-Ji.oo to f 150. W

ti e '. dominion of the Roman Empire. All by heart failure.
humanity into contact with Divinity d 365 days in each year. ShoesThe
l / the Jews were compelled to go to their it Divinity to humanity. Tuesday afternoon while:tt work in ,Mr. S. Correct Patent Leather Cloth Top Button for young men.
brought> nigh Lundberg aFhandsomeyoung
: if. .e ancestral towns.""for the enrollment; the field be began to feel symptoms of Al:,Enamel, Box Calf. Kid and other dressy Shoes.
God'andthe ;
It taught the Fatherhood of Sweedish Cracker;has five acres of pra- -
t t'r Joseph and. MarA were iUlng. in Naz'i 'brotherhood of man. The cruel fury weakness coming over him. He at once .rie land; be haze one acre in tomatoes and '.' --
r ;'- areth. They went to Bethlehem a repaired to his home and retired to rest.
tamed like one
.. of the old heathenism was acre.in cucumbers which are nearly ANTHONY BROS.
'small village or town about six miles the wild beasts in the prophecy, by thelittlf The same evening he felt well enough to ready to ship ; be will plant: three acres &
: e'' from Jerusalem. It was their ancestral his will come to town to attend to some little This 5b es are
led winter Palm
.1 child who them at In tomatoes for a crop. AMhosSal'is S West Beach and Miami
,' (city. Seventeen hundred, rears.before!; whose coming brought peace on earth matters of,business, but during the night young gentleman is a naturalised citizen <<:amea. .

tj Rachael the beloved wife of Jacob, was and bade'the dark shadows of heathen his condition became taore; serious! ter and has mastered the English language .
,. t buried there. It was the home of Ruth urinating! In a paralytic stroke, which
superstition snd bloody cruelty flee thoroughly. Mr. John Timm will plant
and of the grandfather David. fastened death. '
away forever. two acres in tomatoes.. Mr.' C. E Nel-
R David the shepherd king and sweet of : The deceased was born in Licking PALM BEACH BOAT YARD. :
Jesus Christ came in the fullness son will 'plant five acres in, tomatoes.,
t .*singer of Israel,was born there. the time.' Prophecy was fulfilled. The County:Ohio. lap.sth., 1854..As a young Mr. J. V. Cyren has one acre'ta bearing" .. ,

? C On account of the great influx of world had tried for forty centuries what maim be' went''to Niagara Falls,N;Y., cucumbers which are the'finest I have .

f; a x, people in Bethlehem there was no- room human philosophy and human religions where he became acquainted with the seen in the County ; he also his ODe acre Launch and, Sailboat Building. Repairing in All Its Bra. cheS;

d .. in the inn. Joseph. and Mary took future partner of his lile and was married '
will '
heavens which
the in be to
.. could do.. When all (failed tomatoes ready ship
at .. in stable out-house. ia 'at the ago of residence
the -
... opened and Christ came. by January ist, aid has three acres prepared
's'" g, h Tere: ,a' child was born. At, its birth of several years in Niagara he removed for a winter crop of tomatoes. Mr. BEST OF REFERENCES AS TO CLASS OF WORK DON :

r- f 1: .:# a. ;;els sang- to the shepherds ,on the, -- with his family to East Saginaw. 'John" L. Larson has bree acres planted ,"

0' plains! of Bethlehem., A group of BOYNTON BREEZE Micb., where they resided until Jour in tomatoes Mr. Carl Zetterland will A. T. ROSE; Proprietor, West Palm Beach, Fla. '

tI .t : wartby, venerable looking men cameF meter General Mer- years ego when they,came hereto.Boynton plant ten acres in tomatoesand Mr.OUo
f II.": .,. from .the East, guided ba star, ort chandise. Agent for Wils-m *. roomer's Ideal Florida. Johnson two acres in tomatoes. L. S.

-"\,,<_' .: luminary. They presented gifts of' gold ing Pen lliaera Supplies and Presb Paddison's Guppy lumber-Q.rd and.n Seeds Build As Commander of Boy.toaTent' Not,1 Knight (colored] i planting three acres

tit- A ......, : frankincense and myrrh and did' homo Boynton. Florida. K.0. f. M.,he held the respect of every In tomatoes.and Chas. Rose (colored) two B. M. POTTER
b : () 'age to the i.ew-born child .as if .he were Sir Knight of this fraternal order. At a in Mr. Wallace ,
acres tomatoes. John ,
the of instead of the son of a ,Our base' ball team was again review called evening
t. son a king special Thursday
who here from Ohio has 1% acres -DEALER UI-
i- : with West fame
in their match
Galileean peasant. : played a committee was appointed to draft resolutions "which E
in tomatoes are bearing.
this child Palm Beach on Christmas day ; score. commemorating the.sad death
The news of the birth of c ; '. in
o e ,and the arrival of the Wise M n reached 12 to>> 8, in favor of Boynton. of their brother Sit Knight, copies of That afternoon, company with my; Feed FertilizersNOr
friend, John A. MacRae, we walked over Hay Grain
1 Jerusalem. llerad, the king called for Christmas' passed off quietly but which to be sent to the breaved family to his field where he showed me his pros- ,

the Sanhedrim and they,consulted the pleasantly, at Boynton ; besides several the Great Hive of Michigan the Super
I pects for this season,and to say the leastthey ( LESS THAN SACK LOTS.)
f {; ,Jewish prophecies and found that "th family festivities, a publieexhibition for Tent, and to West Palm Beach papers look bright. He and his ,
'- very
f time for 1he birth of the Messiah. was 'given at the school house under for
was publication.
: rear brother Will are by far the largest truckers : Close Prices for Cask Terms Strictly Cash.
r .
I : .- Herod was, j jealous at the,though directions of Miss Ruby Coats, teacher, The many excellent'qualities _which at Hallandale ; they are planting '

of another kingj and that.one a Jewish! the entire school took pan in, the exer our departed friend possessed caused him twenty acres in tomatoes and two in ,
king and ordered all the mate children ercises consisting of recitations and OFFICE IN PALMS BLOCK.
to be regarded by his fellow: citizens and' besides have leased rl
_ t t : from two years old and younger Lobe dialogues' which! were enjoyed by all brother Sir Knights with profound respect acres of; their laud.they wbich is being farmed twenty Warehouse in West End Freight Depot. West- Palm Beach, ria. r

.p put to death in Bethlehem, and it coasts present The stage decorations and '
and admiration. His demise wilt
on share, and under John's supervision. :
S a from the time the star appeared. Joseph floral displays were beautiful. Of couse
: be most deeply and sincerely regrettedby My acquaintance,with him dates back trip. Leaving the train. I looked aroundto Bryan is the agent of the Southern
fled into until the the Xmas tree was loaded with the
t Mary Egypt" all who knew him. As a citizen he nearly thirty years, and he was always a see if there was, any one at the station press Company at this station. Ex.'i'i
death of Hetod. usual tributes of Santa Claus. '
was enterprising and progressive. As a xhole-souled, generous fellow, but an but there was not a soul in sight. I went The next farm is.operated by
Paul in this epistle calls our attention H. A. :Minor, "of Boston, and L. J. I
: and for his he Girtwan
protector provider family & Goodrich
imprudent one, and at this late day is over to the tore of my friend; Mr. J. W who are
to the incarnation of Christ. "But when Metzgar, of Indianapolis, Ind., were furnished an example from which we trying to make amends for.the latter Ices and rapped on, the door loud five acres in tomatoes: the former ...
S the fullness of the time, had come, GotserH guests at The Boynton over Sunday;; should all learn a lesson to follow throughlife. t
w In the seventies John, was the possessor enough to awaken anyone but a dead at Miami but came here on account: of J
forth His, Son," etc. First w; lound things! in a rather chaotic state, devotion
Not did his extend
r I only of a figure which could be likened to man.. I then went to bib bed room and the fever ; not caring to loaf while the
: t notice the Sonship of Christ He was to the fact. that much of the debrisis
to the latest day of bis life, bat in the
: Apollo's. At the close of the nineties r ,k.scked on the window and receiving quarantine lasted he turned granger and t
a the Son of God in a sense that is'not strewn about mains of recent Improvements .
'iT, ; discerning forethought wh'ich was a part find him tipping the beam atzioponr j.J ya response,went. to the-door, and finding -, ,ia now hard at work. Mr. E. D. Tucker,
to angel or saint. "The had been removed bu
I l' applicable pot ; of his nature, he carried an insurance of and I asked him how he became so stout 'i iHis' it unlocked walked into! the room another Volusia County Cracker, it .
't morning stars sang together and the in spite of .this these gentlemen will in the Great Hive of the K. 0.'T i
$2,000 answer was 'a very explicit one ;; and proceeded to light what: I took to be farming three acres of this rich pram
.t- sins of" God shouted .for' joy.., "Now make us another visit and prolong their! M., of the,State of Michigan.The ..;I said be, "The trouble is, Sam I went an ordinary pendant lamp but which afterward land. Mr. I. F. Berry will plant acres \
the hotel
i L sons will be
art we officially openedand
1 stay. funeral services pInned and (f.a, north and lived too long on )Berkshire ; turned out to be an acetylene in tomatoes. 'Mr. R. A. Bethea and Mr. ';
Jesus Christ had an existence prior to to receive Friday the
'\. Luke 'ready guests ducted by the K.:0. T. M., were held had I. stayed in Florida and stuck to lamp and one which I did not know how Samuel Root are farming six acres together f
his birth by the Virgin Mary. 23th inst. The house has been thorough .
I : "In the begiuning was the Word, ly renovated and important Thursday at 2:30 p. m. and were came'dout razorbacks I' would now have a figure to manipulate.v ,.... ; they will plant tomatoes .Mr. *"
f says many with a discretion and judgementwhich like brother Will Will Nor. R. C. Fails has in' f
g an 1 the Word was with God aud the changes made and conveniences added John Nutt I applied a match to what seemed to I 7 acres tomatoes;
in reflects great credit: to all con: ton or, in tact like any of these good' me the place and in au instant I Messrs. Harp and Russell 16'acret ; :'
Word was God. The same was the trom basement to the proper
story: *
I 59 cerned. In the absence of our looking Crackers around here but.I am Messrs. Brice and Trnitt Mr.
beginning with God. AIL things were much so 'that of last will pastor ; bad more light than I had bargained for.I 10 acres; .
t 'tJ- ......, made by Him: and without Him was scarcely'recognize guests their quarters year of 'a the Rev. Dr Hammett who could not be training down ; 'I take this long walk tried to turn the light out, but the more L B. Padgett 8 acres ; Mr:Sim G. Harrison .

not anj thing,:made-ytta ,was made." ago. summoned in time to officiate. Sir every day never look at a horse and I worked with it the larger the flame 3 acres ; Mr. Marion Long 12

I Paul says : "For ye know the 'grace of year Knight W.,N. Otis conducted the services i- buggy, and as for Berkshires' won't even grew and when I saw .begin to reach acres ; Mr. I. L. Hunter, 2 acres; Mr. A.

our Lord Jesus'Christ, that' 'though lie Work is progressing rapidly on tLe ably assisted by many willing hands look at one of Armour's cars when itprices the ceiling knew that something had to S. Clements 2 acres; Mr. H. T. Lewis; 4
new cottages being erected on Boynton and sympathetic;"hearts. After appropriate here." acres ; Mr. R, S. Cook 4 acres Messrs.
l was rich for jour !sakes He'becam be done, and that quickly ; j0. in my ; I
poor, tha. ye through His poverty mighbecome Beach. Two of the eight to be put- up scriptural readings at the house, I next visited the field of Mr. Ellwood frenzy I tore the lamp from its fasten- Stone and Clay 15 acres ; Mr. E. E. ;

t rich." "' are nearing csmpletioti.. interspersed with the following favorite Dudley a Pennsylvanian! who is prepar ings and threw it into the yard. 1 Montfort '10 acres ; Mr. R. Y. Burr 5
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There -is something in self siacrifict :.. Miss Millie Gardner of St Augustine songs of the deceased: Love Within the ing three acres of prarie to plant in to looked'for another lamp and not find acres ; Messrs. McDonald Bros.12 acres;

I and suffering! the good of others tha t t Fla., is making her mother, Mis. A. M. Vale" "I Love to Tell the Story" and matoes. A. W. Jones, Theo Brown ant ing one, undressed in the dark and went Mr. E. M..Tucker, 6 acres ; Mr. W. M.

.. makes-a deep and abidi" g impression G irdner, and brother Richard a visit "The Child of a King" the funeral procession W. Parry are,three Jerseyites who will to bed. I had just dozed, off when I was Perry, 2 acres; Mr. D. Mendelson2

upon the human heart The soldi.-. She expects to remain several weeks proceeded to the spot selected for plant twenty-tiro acres in a winter crop awakened by the scraping of a match, acres ; Mr. G. C.Wjlliama, 5 acres, and,

who sacrifices ease and comfort and I before returning to her school work at the Boynton Cemetery about three. making tomatoes the principal one. :I and in the dim light it threw out recognized -.Messrs. Wood and Taylor 22 acres.

{ perils life ; the philanthropist like Jobs, St. Joseph's Academy. fourths of a mile south and west of the found these gentlemen hard at work in the features of friend Ives. !lr. R. E. McDonald, the popular >

Howard, who gave'up a .private fortune The prettiest Christmas tree seen by village where the interme.it took place', their>respective fields.and they informedme Well if the dialogue which followed County Commissioner for this district, |

and wet his death in his efforts tfl, your correspondent for yean is among u outlined by the impressive services of that their stay in Florida depended could have been placed on paper, it invited me to dine with him and I enjoyed f"|

'ameliorate the condition of the criuiin 1 the holiday attractions at the handsome the Knights of the Maccabees. The on,the amount of money they could earn would certainly be well worth reading. : my two hours visit very much; he *

t elaiy* in Great Britain and ou the ClOD' Bartram sidence. The stand or base, singing and music throughout was most pet acre on this land. On my return to I He lighted a candle and after a brief 'says that be has much faith,in the land .

anent ; Floieuce Nightingale' who kit btcb bold the trte is somewhat of a beautifully and impressively renderedThe the station had, the pleasure meeting talk got in bed and in a short time we idjoining I Fnlford and that .,he thinks

I behind her all the comforts and luxuries iiovelty. By some mysterious mechanical floral and emblematic designs;pro- Mr. J. M. .Bryan Jr ; who had were sleeping soundly. The nest morn I is good pineapples can be grown hero ,
contrivance vided sympathizing friendswere, brought in a load of tomatoes t.I j uy place in the County. showed
.of her lir.jli h home to go the bopitab it is wound up with a { pro ship ing he found the lamp and luckily it was \
of Scutria aud tbe Crimea to wait on key, which causes the tree to revolve fuse, artistic and beautiful Thus ended North. .He,stited that he was farming not damaged by the rough usage I had'J I ne through his field of pines and they

I tit and niuisttr rtlirf to her sick and and the moat lovely strains of music to the first burial in our beautiful little village on hummock land near the Everglades, given it I told him that I did not think J looked very fine; he has several varieties

: gS WfteIndtd eoUIIUw There ate name lame from some hidden source. and the body of a tree friend add and that hi* crop this season comprisestwo it prudent for a Cracker to get a lamp 1 of tropical fruit trees growing on his '

01 beauty and ruior, gem in the corns The drama which had been prepared fellow citizen a loving father and devoted acres of egg plants and five acres of which another one did not,know how to :place which seem to be doing as well as

Mt of hnunulu, 10 be given ia connection with tbe husband has found rot 'neath the tomatoes ; that he thought bis land was work and be said that he thought I was the same trees do on hummock land. |!
swaying pinetlnll to its last suited to the of citrus fruits and A walk of two miles took back to
; ,Bat the Mtblimvwl Insta..ee of self Carbrtmas exercise, has been postponeduntil long sleep growth right and in future would keep a candle me
s acrific*' that tU bintury uf tb* race this week Friday night when itrill by the roar of old ocean and the songs of that each year he would set out. some orange on his renter table. -After breakfast I Fulford and friend King's' day's work '

a&wd.I.: i that J Jeans.ChrUt. lit wa be preKBted, together with addiional the mocking bird. tree ; that his nearest neighbor noticed that faraway look ia his eyes I'being finished we put ia the time very

rich. That do,.', rtfrr to lIb earthly reading recitations and snuic. air. N. C. Bryan, bad in a crop of two which 1 ha.l l .Detected: in Jinn ".'\en'.aDd pleasantly until the arrival of the train,

HK for lie was mr rich oa earth Alt arc invited to attend and spud Ac.ua ICflla egg plants and four acres is to. 1 figated out that bit mind the previous la talking over old times. My next stop i

Il. lft Uttnd Him Lila great lichrm I.kasaat enaia", For th! kind sympathy and many conr- niatoes. < >* being with was at Little River and when I got off },
v;s prevccupied hippy
lad ttnk adaa Himwlf mr nature and tries sbt'wn by friends of both Boynton Mr. Cbas. A. Erickson, the obliging of the' future Mr : W. the train befam to sing Home, sheet J

R"lf. condition. that .*tnijTBi become catted went About down twenty-five to Delriy of in our the young Clmmbmunch people and West Palm Beach, at the death and postmaster hereU also engaged in truck thoughts what I could attribute his failure j. to, w be i,1 Home. Isy goon frteD-.t. si..1. D. M c. _

ed Tb* s 4 iincj el GauUnma, the funeral with for him
on Wednesday angry me so nearly burning
night to
partid- .
fo.n>Ur of Buo1dbl.m.) the son ot the ..:crest thanks and highest ap partner, Mr. A. Andrea picking tomatoes station, and the greeting which they
a la the exercises out.
kite given by tbe public
Nrpatil kinK win gars wife, ebiWal preciation. ; they have eight acres which are gave me surety warmed the cockles of
up tchooi (. charge of Mi. Ewing, id_ted Mas. CBAaus B. CHASS. Recent bowers in Ibis wction caused -'
thtnn >d bt-ctix a mendicant, wu very fine. Hallandale's Hoe Brigadewill ny heart. S. O. FlTTS.
by local talent. The literary UN) the to be In much condition that I
ma.kksl prairie .
class with of in --.
fU and i men the
great, all |h> Uttd that op any !
treat was Oar school has closed for a two weeks' visit each field I
thoroughly enjoyed bj all. could not as intended
I ill CIUl h and of them No
+ County some claim that Angle-Wonnsi II Florida Siad.' ;
Mud lie .is IMvine. He tad all 'rile entertainment which was ts havebeen vacation over the bollidays. they wiil raise and ship more tomatoes doing. However,I met a number of the ..

powtr over Jose rae, kath, nature, ttc. giver at Maccabce Hall January Btosbun CromarUe has take a few from here than any station on the F. E. truckers, and from them learned that A Northern settler is Florida corn j

4 II* CuuUl feed fixe thjifeiiaj from a few tat bu been indefinitely postponed oa days ..a oa to visit his home and C. railroad. I warned them that I in their crops this season would be principally plains of a certain poverty of the soil

1 loavrl zed Ir ad d and a Lw fiJie He accoaat: of the sad death of our worthySir friends Lemon City. tended to print the above assertion and tomatoes. Mr. W. II.Jenkins will there. The fishermen, be says find qo tangle =

f -<... could' call the itTU-d) duel to life. Hr Knight and Commander Chutes E. Mr. aid Mrs. J. II E Myers.ot Upper that as Tag SUN bas thirty-one subscriber i plant a acres; Mr. J. S. Nugent, a acres ; ; worms. Recently he imported a

4 could trill the mxrj waves. lie could] Chase The hall will remain dt aped in Red ll-wk N. Y., friends of J P. Berk Pompano, many of whom are Mr A. J. M. Williams, a urea; Messrs. i number of the ruddy specimens, such U

burr all dt-caacL mourning for thirty day, out of respectto are new arrivals at Bovuton. They have born Tom Johnson's ballwickth would Bull & Bra, 5 acres ; Mr. J. H. Johnson, I the Northern boy digs a box all of ia a

lie ass human ; made if a woman ; our deceased brother.A fouad temporary accommodations at the find out whether they were "limbing 7 acres; Mr. J. B. Combs 7 acres ; Mr. few minutes when he wants to go fish .*>

toad under tbe law subject to tbe letter received by Cullen Pence Cos uvinsion, and will occupy the Berk or not, in other words Pompuno's H. E Snipes 7 acres and Mr. II. C. fag out of the earth behind lie barn.

Mosaic amt ceremonial |I.,. lie had from Don W. Donaldson, formerly of cotttgt as !won, U necessary changes-and Cracker Hoe Brigade would bet them Welch, : acres. I l I j They were sent on in a wooden pan tilled

all the attributes of oar common huBuuity. this place but now at Went Union Iowa, I ealargrmeBt can be made to assure their good: hard dollars that their section will On the Fulford Prank I found that the with loam and the settler bcreioga

He ate, drank slept, was states that the thermometer registered: comfort. Later they wiU errect a comlortaUe take the blue ribbon for raising the biggest I acreage this year ,,'ould"frl neatly few bola in the pail, set it in Florida .

S thirsty bungiy, felt the need of human ten degrees below zero last I.fCk Thursday cottage of their own. 'Mr. M. crop of any place in Dade County. equal that of last year. My first visit eronnd. The worms did not go out exploring .

sympathy like a real man. ; quite a contrast to our fine, spriag- baa Inn seriously afflicted with bronchial They replied that some of them knew here was to the field of my friend Gra- through the holes, as they

L The purpose of Hu towing was to like weather. I tffection and comes to Florida by Tom Johnson in his palmy day, aud ham W. King whom I found bard at might ha,e done, but remained closely

...+ redeem: ; to redeem from error by His The Pence family and Mrs. A. M. t Irks of hit physician in the hope that while they did not hate u ranch sport- work plowing. He came here from Vol-:I i bunched np in the exact center of the

s ; teaching: ; to tedetm from false models Gardner have added extensions lo their .,our Incomparable: climate may bring re- blood in their vient, had jest as little! usia County, and tell .me that he has pail; and at the end of a few weeks they

( ; by Ibis pure life. But the main-pnrposefor cottages which will be nsed auditing I oration. Signs of improvement are al. rabbit's blood in their makeup as thi t 'been very successful ia growing early I I bad become almost as colorless as the

which Christ came was to die, to rooms ready ia evidence, and they are so attach gentleman bas Now if Jack Frost does I'I vegetable's ; bi'trop this winter will be sand fleas of the seashore.-Harper's

i make an atonement. for sjn. Paul em. I I pleased with Boynton that they hope to not come along and cool matters off ten acre*, principally tomatoes Adjoin Weekly.

phasizri not the life of Christ but the OBITVAtY NOTICE nuke this their permanent home. there is sure to be a hot time" in this lug Mr.King's farm is that of my friends, ----s'a.

( t ."death. "Godfotbid' that I bald glory It is I with deep regret that I ate piled Fort car loads of fertilizer and general neck of the wools S. F. Goodrich and Frank Bryan two WASTBIH-by a young man-to take
save In th" cuss of our L-r-l Jfsu upon 'n cbfuaick the sudden death who also guitar lessons from a competent 1 in ?
of .erc'lIlI4tIe. and seven can of lumber I took the train and got oft at Ojuf, Volukia Crackers are making a strector also
.... Christ." When font sal 'II the I.ara.lg | CLartea K. Chas, oat of the naet pupvrtfos bat ben side tracked hre dung the and here I bad tile nearest approach to success of tmkingatthis place ; they French t&: KUitt.to take Inqaireeftfc trrons U&lilfoi'thi th* 'it,

tnldvatcd ctty of Corinth a/Uf biz I. as4 nttrfruieg dirt=u oftaw'taos4 part"Ita 41,,, I I aa accident Ut I bare Get with en this.:will pa.ut! fire acres i ia tomatoes. Mr. *paper fur pirticaUis ,

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