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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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t ?: ,,_ ,SOON: :BE; MOVED And Soon the New Hall ; -wilt,* Florida East Coast Railway will MILITARY[ SQUAD '

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For the; past twelve months, more or that the following letter was received,, Because West Palm Beach has no mili this city might not only have a good

leesithe4ity, Council bas been making which explains: : itself, and which will\ Mersrs. Jones & GHer, contractors fob will be seen from the following tary company of its own it does not necessarily -,representation in the militia of the county -
the a-ew fire ball being erected at We. front the Miami News, the Florida, East
ao'effort, tt secure the removal of tbe come as good : follow the is without
q news coruer or Datura and Poinsetta. streets; Coast Railway will put on a low rate to that city! but that our citizens might feel that HI

s large: gasiAlne\ tank from their present "Jacksonville* Pla March I, 1905 are progressing nicely with the work J the County Fair at Miami next week; military protection. In fact It has now, they were Interested in the companyand

r location at the corner "f Puinsetta and Hon, George G. Currie, Mayor of West land!
Banyan streets to some other part of tbe Palm Beech,Fla.-Dear, Sir: On receiptof soon be ready to turn the key over to the \tourist travel its trains are taxed boys who are mem hers of tbe Miami la his lett-r. the captain spoke

h city. This move was thought necessary your letter in regard to the necessity the city. '<** almost to their greatest capacity, tbe RlfleS very highly oi (the efficiency and general,

,for the reasons tbat'tbe present location forremoving our plant at once, I wired Tbe walls are op and inside wotk will Florida.Bast Coast Railway hai granted: Last aumrnerit was found necessaryby character of the West Palm Beach memo

fa dangerous iu case of fire, and because out Baltimore office in regard, to same be rushed forward as rapidly as possible a rate of a cents I mile for each mile the rifles to enlist lI veral'!" new members bens, pnd !said that they were a credit to

( since the widening of Banyan street by and have a telegram from them, under Tbe building will be one of the handsomest traveled, to all who desire to visit the to bring the company up to tbe required tbe company.

tbe gift of certain property to the city data of Feb. 27, reading as follows; ,iu tbe city.. both tU- workmanship Dade County Fair next week. standard and at that time eight' Acting upon the instruction Capt.

by Mr. Flagler.it ia found that the tanks "' 'you are authorized! to close for new and architecture being well nigTi!, The following telegram, received last: young men of West Palm Beach were Jaudon, Sergeant: Montfort will at once

were standing almost directly in theyyyKn1. location. Mr. Bigle will arrange to send perfect. ,', night by Mr lograbaui, who is spending enlisted.! These members I commence recruiting bis squad and will k
:. the : ( MTontl.rrt
middle of the street. M Jester at once to move plant. Tbiu morning the contractors com a few, days In the city, explains, itself: under t'' e charge of Sergeant have rtat-d times for drilling his men in

/ Pn ,Several weeks ago officials of tbe "'f.would say to you that Mr. Jester is menced the work of hoisting the mammoth "St. Augustine, March i.-To J E. of tills city and are today among the ; order that they may won become profi.,

; Standard Oil Company were in tbn city builder for the Standard Oil Company, alarm bel\\ which is to hang in the Ingraham/: Miami, Fla : Your telegram 'very strongest and moat creditable the dent in military tactics.

a 1 and decided to remove tbe tanks to tbe and Mr. Bagley is the gentleman who tower at tbe southwest corner of the of this date received., The rate for the entire company In a letter to Mayor x The citizens of West Palm Beach .will

?1' corner of Second avenue and'tbe main has charge of construction for the com building. Several taps upon: the bell at Dade County Fair will apply from mail Currie a few days ago Captain Jaudonof readily appreciate this act upon the part: 9

hr track of the Florida East Coast Railway, pany. Mr. Jester is one of the most' active the noon hour today called many citizens line points south of Fort Pierce, and the rifled stated that ever since he had of the captain of tbe rifles, as well as the kb

which is In the Clow addition, just west men In plant work that I know,any out, "who, thought the bell bad been will be one and one-third fares to be entered upon the duties of his office It fact that it Is a good thing for the citj to ;,,

, of tbe approach to the freight depot thing( :about, and it w1not\ be many placed in position and Wall being cfficlal- sold March 8 and 9, limited to March 13 had been his intention to see that a be assured of military protection at all

e Here' the matter has rested until several [days before tbe plant will be in a new ly tested. __ return. Circu,ar to agents tomorrow large per cent age of the roster waa from times. Sergeant Montfort will\ doubtless "

days ago Mayor Currie again took location.'outs truly, "J, P. BHCK.WITH." West Palm Reach, and to this end be had experience very little difficulty in '

the question' up with D.,T."Gerow" tbe "ST NDARQ.On. COMPANY" County Fair Notice. instructed Sergeant Montfort to immediately recruiting: hU squad with competent, '

c /agent at ]acksoo.I. ...with. the result "D. T. .BROW," I wish 'to say to the ladies of Palm AH farmers desiring loans should enlist at least twenty men. so that able-bodied men. ', '

Beach and West Palm Beach having work address ,or call on the Realty Mortgage -
lor tbe Dade County Fair that I would ; Company West Palm BeachFla.
"" -Woman for general h use- that tbe is not impracticable,
MATTER 'OP"'LOCAL work be glad if they would send the same into Palm Beach. Fla. n9U lion plan) PARAGRAPHSPURELV
[ ; -muat be good cook; white pre.
me not later tban March 6, corner of and verify riports made as far back as
ferred. Permanent place if satisfactory. The: Tropical Sun Is always on Bale
; railroad West is
INTEREST Poll setta and and Datura streets, West 1866 that a to Key an PERSONAL ,
Apply Box 444 city. fens tf at Idner & So&e.Everything .
actual .
Palm Beach and I will pack it. I sincerely possibility.During
Mr. and Mrs J. G. Bodenstein from tbe last two the engineers
that years
hope lady that can will
Condensed Pertaining every
News
Paragraphs Staatsburg, N. Y., spent several days in come forward and help me in this work In the printing: line at of the Florida! East Coast system People -is They Come and Go--
: The Tropical Sun and all work
; Palm Beaoh executed -
West
to West Palm Beach this week., Mr. Bo-
aud make our exhibit a credit to our : In the very neatest and latest havecotriplled sufficient data to give an People Whom You May or
and Vicinity. denstem U a large manufacturer of ice city. This can only be done by every. style of the art. idea of the cost and other features. In May Not Know.

tools, and is taking a run down the Eaat one doing what they can. all, about 140 miles of track must be'

,'I' Big line of bed spreads. Gruber's. Coast for a little recreation. Thanking you in advance for your sup. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams, front laid, exclusive of ridings! When it ia I I I 'I

Tbe fiat, regular meeting of the City :Miss Laura Kroninger' a most interesting port, I am yours truly, Bridgeport, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. E. stated that of this fully no miles will be Mrs. F. II. Bancroft and party of '8

young lady from Philadelphia I.a MARY L. PJCRDUE. M. Tol'es' and son, ;Kenneth: M Tollci, put down on the keys and! on the structures friends, of Delray, spent Thursday in tbe V
' 'Council for March will beheld on, next'Tuesday spending week or so in West Palm from South Norwalk, Conn ,are stopping spanning the waters between them, city.

evening. f Beach and is delighted; : with the climate Notice. at Minaret Cottage. They express them- an idea of the great magnitude of the undertaking Mrs. C. W. Coleman of Palm Beach, i
in and Biuch that she I sehes as delighted with the uurronnd- be gained The surveys
There were filed for record tbe I surroundings! ao so All members of the Fanny Haralson can wan in Miami yesterday.-Miami Metropolis
Clerk'a office at Miami during !I will return for a lengthened sojourn nextrseasoni Gordon Ing and balmy air and gentle, breezes- show that the various sounds end chan '
County Cbapterof U D. C. requested Wednesday. ;
such a contrast to tbe snow-blizzard nels which must be crossed by bridges
the moMb' of Februrry'14: deeds, 49J to be present at the regular monthly Mrs. T. M, Rickarda. of Boca Ratone,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Milton\ of Oil which they left at home. .Mr. Williams : or some other form of structure vsry
mortgages ao satisfactions of ntortgages business meeting, which will be held at spent Tuesday and Wednesday in 'the
and Mr Tolles retired merchants of from much miles
Cit"I are 100 yards to as as eight
and 3 patents. There were 39 marriage Pa., are staying at The Virginia/: the borne of Mrs. E W. J. Parrish, next city, the guest of Mayor George G. Currie. ''li
their and
respective home cities are -the latter section being between what
indefinite and like all others,
licenses isMued by the Couut'y.Judge dur. term, Monday afternoon March 6, at 3 o'clock,
portion of the winter the Bahia Hrnda and Capt. George Baker, President if the
pending a on Is known all Knight'sKey
axe so fortunate as: to select this popular d
ing tbe 'same period, of which 35 were promptly It Is. desired that all those
; charmed with tbe excellent East Coast o* Sunny Florida The ladies which are ,located about midwayIn West Palm Beach City, Council is hereon
issued to colored persons' and 4 to white hostelry are who have their application blanks prop.,
service. Mr. Milton is a well-known oil of the party are highly elated with this remarkable chain of islands The one of his periodical Miami business
4 couples. .. erly filled out will oe present aud hand .
in and be and the climate and all\ its attendant beauties, greatest depth of water on tbe route trips Miami Record r
Pennsylvania,
producer same in at this meeting.;
Plumbing that's guaranteed.: Grober's. and wouldn't have missed seeing Palm from 18 to feet but for Mr. R.
ao J business
r' Mrs. Milton are now, enjoying their reg- Mas F. B. EVERBTT, Pres. ranges a very Anthony, a prominent
ultr winter vacation. LltIL" ANTHONY, Sec. Beach for anything./: long distance the tracks must go over man of :West Palm BeacI, arrived

> Since the widening of Banyan street --' depths averaging at least 7 feet/ while at ,in the city on this morning's ,trato>

the light and telephone poles are left I Attention, Tourists I A large stock of baskets at Gruber's. Fiber water coolors at Uruber'a. a number of points the chanuels which Miami Metropolis, Wednesday!

standing near the center of that thor i will be spanned lead directly out into Dr. E. R. Ellis, of Detroit, Mich., ac-
oughfare. At the regclar meeting of the : Make your arrangements for the sea ------ the Atlantic, so.that the railway will be companied by his daughter, Mrs. J. S. 0""

I' City Council next Tuesday evening a son 1905-6 now! Several furnished cot. SHORTEST: ROUTE TO more or less exposed to the ocean. Andrews, of Chicago, are among the/ .
) for the
from to
petition from the property owners along tages $rsCI 400 season. I f' : I i Consequently, the trestle and bridgework ; late arrivals at The Virginia.Mr. Fl"
for November Ad- '
the street will be presented, requesting Ready occupancy I. required must be of a very substantial
that the poles be removed to the side of dress Lock Box 419?.West Palm Beach, THE PANAMA CANAL character,and nearly all of the mile and Mrs. N A. Johnson have just
Florida. concluded a pleasant: stay of several ,
-of the street. age willbe supported by steel columns
weeks at The Virginia, and before returning -
fruit and Incased in wood in order to withstand
Mr. E. T. King, a prominent
DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROW to their bqme at Easton, Pa.,
/ vegetable grower! of Fort 'LauderJale A community which Is probably the Although Key West has been In exist- the action of the elements. It may be will\ visit other points In the State.

,spent yesterday in'' tbe city Mr. ,King Regular services at th i"Baptist least known. of any In the South and ence either as a city or village. for nearlya estimated that the bottom of the sound* Among tbe visitors to the this

cwho has charge of the drainage operations church as follows: Sunday-school at possibly of, any jn the United States, Is and channels is of the same formationas city
i it founded in 1833 its week
century, as was was Mr. F. A. Warner, represent '
: between Lantana and Boca Ratone, 10 a. on., preaching every Sunday at the remarkable city located on tbe l Islandof that which comprises the various

= reports tbe work as progressing/: sails- 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., children's meet Key West, from which is taken its only means of communication with the Islalldl-coralltne. rock-which is well Ing the Jacksonville Metropolis who (

factory, and says that some of the fin ing every Sunday at 3 p. m., B. Y. P. name. Measured in a straight line it U United States, except the marine Cable, adapted for railroad, construction, as, spent a couple of days here looking after
the interests or
,est farming land in Florida will soon U. every Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Prayer nearly 200 miles from be settled portion has been by lines of vessels running to while It tenacious, it is sufficiently sod ,that excellent journal, yt'd

t be brought into cultivation as a result meeting every Wednesday evening at of the Stale of which It forms a part and, such ports as Miami, and the fact tbat it is to allow metal columns to be driven intoIt Among the large party of delighted

of the great work of Improvement. 7 p. m. A cordial welcome Is extended : thus has been Isolated Despite this fact, a port of call for many of the steamships by powerful machinery. With the exception and appreciative, guests who are making 'g,

t U Mrniture bargains at Gruber'a. to every one to all of the services. however, it ranks today third popula- plying between North and South Atlantic of the section between the mainland their home at Minaret Cottage are Capt. '

:r-Ae of the Girls' tion among the cities of Florida, and ia and other seaports) on the Gulf, such I and Ke;* Largo,. which is tbe most and Mrs. M 'II. Wilson, of South Nor-
A basket ball team Regular services at the Congregationalchurch
walk Conn. This is their first visit to
northern of the elevated ,
among the most Important viewed from as New Orleans and Galveston. Despiteits keys, the struc-
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..Athletic Club will\ a match pn morning and eveningat I
p'ay game tomorrow '
Beach from
West! Palm but the favorsu..
the isolation ture required will be probably supportedon ,
of West
standpoint however
and Indus Key today
the commerce
PrIJay.Ma.cb lo, at 3 o'clock on the usual hours, conducted by the ble remarks made inclined to
II bas inhabitants steel posts, necessitating an enormous we are
try. may bn to thatft 20,000 and canvass of
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1 unnecessary say
W.
lawn at the home of Mr George pastor, Rev F. W. Weatherwax Mrs.
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be
believe it will their last.
not
quantity of material of this kind, '
is better
'I Lalnhart Everyone Is cordially invitedto Grace Cannavan will sing at tbe morn- known throughout the United the community shows that It la not only ,
witness the The club will also service. States for the cigar which come from gaining in the number of its resident* As several of the channels are sufficiently Editor LaSille of tbe Miami Evening

,{ social in game.the schoolroom audito ing its factories than lor any other reason but in Industry and trade. That Us pres- deep to* admit the passage/: of large Record, spent a few hours ia the city on

give a March The member Usual services will be held at the and tbe fact that it,possesses, one of the ent and future importance are being realized steamships, it will be necessary to provide Wednesday evening. Mr. LaSalle was
1 rium-on Priday. 17
if Methodist church tomorrow mornlug and finest harbors on the American coast is in connection with the progress of a series of drawbridges supported en route North where be will purchase ,
will be,, highly pleased everyone
for evening at II and,7:30: o'clock, conducted almost unknown except: : to vessel men. the South Indicated by a project which on piers of masonry Between Key Largo new machinery and type,Jo*: bin paper..
r and them out, they
will help
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'\ w-l;, 't come to fit > a by the pastor Rev Dr. Henry IIice. Such Industries as the gathering of bids fair to be carried out within tbe and ,the mainland however, a trestle Among other supplies which be .make
if ;;::, ,are trying to money up The public cordially i invited sponges from the waters adjacent to the next few years, but which Is of such system will be required, which, in. itself, I adding to the equipment of the '

y: .. .gymnasium. Services at Holy Trinity Sundays, inland. its fisheries and the manufactureof : magnitude as to be almost incredible. is a work of no little magnitude for a Record: Is'a linotype machine. He expects -
.r Next Wednesday evening: at o'clock, cigars give This is less series of marshes, which are no less than to remain North about two weeks..
1 Celebration 7 !'a. m.;; morning prayer : employment to a large proportion no than the construction of a ?ll
'". is the time for the holding of the the Board regular of and sermon. 11 a m.; evening prayer of its people, but In addition it railroad along the chain: of Islands that twenty miles in length, must!; be crossed Among the prominent guests at present

semi-monthly meeting; '' and sermon, 7:15 j>.,,m.r SundaSChoolt Is the market for the cluster of islands stretch out from the.southeastern coast in this manner. enjoying life, at The, ? Virginia. are '
there will
is that
'f' Trade, when it hoped, within a radius of of bride As already stated, tbe present terminusof and Mrs. C. II. Derr of Faulkton
There :30 a. TO. Fridays: Litany, 9 t/ m.l; 150 uiile about It, in. to the one on which Key West Judge ,
of members.
j., \. be a large attendance CeleDratlon! Holy Days, 9 a. m.. eluding the Florida Keys while considerable (located.. This remarkable railway will tbe railroad, is ao near the Evergladesthat S., D., who are delighted with thrf.balmy
',I" has not been a quorum at any of the apt trade Is, interchanged with the form:an extension o( the Florida East but a few miles of the extension can climate and the many other ,attraction"
; ; pointed meeting night for:the past sevreulyee At the'Episcopal'Church of'Betbesda- : Bahamas bo constructed on* what might be called found
and Cuba, It Is now one of system,'which, at present terminates a that Can 'be at no other place In
. >.- .... **,and now that the tourist ..eaI by-the-Sea there will be morning prayeron : the\principal'coallug ports of the United few miles sooth of Miami and oo the dry land. It will be necessary to lay'a !the country. Judge Derr Is among the ,
I ':J/<,. 'soninearlng! /. ; I Its close!! it beery Important Sundayatil o'clock: and sermon by the considerable portion of the track through his
'Ie) States, and pln.ee the ,late war the. Government ,border of Everglade region,of the most prominent,men 'la prpfeasion Inqn
( t that the business men get together, Revv.Charles Temple. Tho. steamboat baa ,expended Urge'sum,'In mainland. Survey 'Which have been the swamp referred to and the region! $ ,h ,:Dakota; ,) and while, loyal! I.. o', I.'l.I

''I U. -, .and! resume that work which has heretotforixbecaof Palm Beach will \leave the,wharf1qf, tbe the conatiuctlon ,cf shops and warehouses made of the region/: to the soutb, and of udjacenV to it., This fact and the extraordinary home State, his affections wUl doubles '' ;

"I enfold benefit to the Htyt' 'hotel Royat'Porneiaua! 'at 16:30 for'the making of it a valuable naval toe Florida key over which the railroad character of the construction' hereafter be divided between that State)

4 I .. Fine line of hammocks at Gruber' church, returning after service. baae. will- be- constructed,'prove beyond ques.. ..' Ueassau.d b ...... e. And Florida. 7t

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THE TROPICAL SUN. BATTLE RAGING IN I 1""

1/ 1 treat Scramble Among 300 Men to Get THESIRKIN I
;, Plmneer$ Paper of Dad Ceunty, Florida.
t Fifty Job*. ; *
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New York March 2-A newspaper Terrible (
i Published! Every Wednesday. and Siturcjay k. rgf
dcn
lr advertisement offering a day's; work. tc ..
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'' T WKST CALM BKAOM OAO COUNTY. FLORIDA fifty snow shovelers brought such i :

Greatest Conflict of Far East. crowd of applicants to a point in F.ttb la! enough to keep ony acne i*. .
street today ,that the polio reserves "
jA SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 YEN TEAR. ern War Being Waged. were called out to quell an Incipientriot / S ERS ro MEI eibte person from bayingHARDWARE. ''i! :

which attended the scramble for

f Tropical Sun 1'uulishing Comp'y, RUSSIANS HOLD THEIR POSITION .work checks. II .
t1 t1r More than :300 men who had come 'inresponse I ;tit
CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager. I r t
f Small Village/ In Vicinity of Mukden : to the advertisement were I OUTING SHOES No matter how good no article '
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.{iff. ji standing about the place soon after I !
( Are Captured by Mikado'. M n--Indication b'fit Itvonlj right/: to self it
'j .. fifty' may ,
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Battrtd It the poHiKfflrt of W CM F .d (teach daylight; when the man Vtb\ 'If "
m as .._ad.I., .. m.tter. Point to a Decisive Engage'meat check* each of which would entitle :: i
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tot r '- In a Few DaToWo /*. the holder to a day's work' appeared }' AT A, FAIR PRICE \ :
"1j:10\\ The number of births during 11)04 on' the scene. The' sight of the check Were Your Feet < <

,I' A AdVt" :pl( in Florida were 7,454 and deaths March 2.+B:30: p. m.-Ad. was the signal for a rush, in which What's' more ft pays to give full value for every T'

vices from headquarters of the Jap. every one of the :300 joined. Men were Ever Tickled P "-"., .."i I cent people spend with you: We've olwuyawort) r
1\ from all causes amounted to 3,898 neae a.rraie In Manchuria show that tossed right and left in the scramble customersthat' Come in aDd .
good; sfendy way. ,
S ''I'IL1 : leaving total of 3,510 for increase the Japanese activity on the extreme to reach the bolder' of the checks and c,, .
j I ;:t.Jio: t the hardware we have to offer. Yoa'l be pleasantly
right continues. That wing Is pressing within a minute the last one of the They will\ be, and,lu.a most pleaaif see t
ol population In tbe State. :\\3
n forward and Is dislodging the bits of pasteboard had been given out. Injlwny;; you wear one of : surprised. ,

Russians. This did not stop.the trouble, how '
# i A : Crtpt. R. E. Rose State Chemist, A dispatch from' the front says: ever, and when the police reserves, OUR SHOES. Ha tchett DaCamara

holds a mortgage the city cemetery "Our troops In Sng King (Yanden) who had been summoned'", at the first ,
direction are occupying Tfelng Ho- rush appeared, more than a score oi
of Kiesiaimee. He threatens to chong (TslnkhetchenT) Is now pure Individual //couples were fighting hand- In Elk Solesor 'Hardware Company

''.' Vii, ;foreclose, but is afraid if he does he suing the enemy northward. We cap to-hailld< for the right ,to shovel' snow Wholesale Retailers of Hard ware
I 't. tured qa.untlt.le8 of 'provisions at Ts lag. all day for $2. Rubber Soles
will haven lot of dead stock on his -
.If.I ; v hocheng West Palm Beach: Florida

..i',,,1';., bauds.Lake City Index. "Our force' at He-nahaahu is gradually MAN FINDS 0 MONEY. and Leather Soles \ ,

J.\f\ dislodging the enemy from his position
Y' ..k. 13 miles northeast of Bentzla- Left $26,000 In His Hotel Room which t
The Baltimore Suncommenting on ,
''n. purse and from another position 7 H* Get Intact. In any Color and ,
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,
gr,, Alderman's. question: 'Where uretbe miles northwest. The first possession' New York March 2.-When several

''\rV.' I I Calhonns und Clays of otherdays"says Is 4 mlle west of the second. Our hundred miles outside' of New York Material and

i 41J 3, force' has pressed the enemy north last night on a train speeding westward 1-o-0-0-o-o-o0-0-0 : ,
., AT OUR PRICES
: "The United States Senate rnUItKIlA
ward of the Shakhe has E. B. Wllingham. F (
river and occupied a real estate .
l
t 'h4';\: does uot attract great 'lawyers Sunmupaotzu Tlaoohlnhutun dealer from Chicago, who had lust I Not Palm Beach Prices. nUT'S w..t Palm Beach.: February 2$, 1DO5

Ii III. as it once did. The desire for wealth and Sunhupoatz, 3 miles north of Wai- left this city for the completion of negotiation I
to mountain.' conected with a. large auc-- ASK FOB :

!I.. 'if: w greater. Tbe opportunities for "Tha' enemy has many field and tion sale, put, his hand Into his 'Pocket THE I 1 I

r ff: gaining; it in tbe practice of f the professions heavy heavy siege guns on either side he discovered that his: purse containing BOSS & SONS. ;I ,

yQ l I'' of the railroad, heretofore' unused, and 26,000 was missing.Of I S I ILK I N CO. j
BISCUITS
""I I ,, l If II, ,: are better. The honor of Is now' shelling u,:' this sum: 6,000 waa In currencyand II I UNIQUE .

: f t. serving tbe Senate is less esteemed there were two certificate checks Jefferson Block and get a full-weight packuRe'of: nicest soda biscuits you ever tasted

Jd'' i by the best intellects.. The South Inproduiiog General Kuroki's Headquarters, in for 10000. 1 -NO SHORT WEIGHT taxio;* your pocket to pay for the pretty ,

,' 1 l' who the Field via. Fusan March 2.-(During Wetllington left the train at the West I'nltnlSeach < d! i and expensive magazine advertising to which the cracker' trust tries to "

,. runny splendid men the night Japanese infantry crept forward first stop and caught the returning make you believe that no one else can make such biscuits as they

f ar j are engaging in many vocatioue.The from the hills and took three express to this city Rushing t* the hoodwink' you into buying. 4
email front of room' he had vacated few hours before -
village in "Wltoean, on .a
!: i,, ,:,. average intellectuality aDd culture is the plain close' to the river, which haa In a Broadway hotel, he searched ,.. ..-- --- N"zl'llme, you are in the store, ask any of tbe clerks to weigh for .
l"j:, rl i higher than ever before. The South a package of Unerda cockers, and THEM COMPARE it with the ;
.\ r'i been the. scene of many outpost affairs. for hIs treasure, but it was not there. you '
'.,. is also losing many fine men by emigration One column advanced northeast and Summoning the woman in charge weight of a 3 cent package of Unique Biscuit, And then compare the

t < captured the town of' Kodales' 15 miles of' the linens Welington then, inquired taste of the goods. Be your own Judge and jury of the_values of' these
f9 .
t.:!! :\: tqt the North, where her eons -- the Biscuit, and get all that is (
Unique
I"' It ': from. Wltoean. The engagement there If his, purse had been found. He goods. Insist upon having :
,".' '., learned that, she had it and for :
'" are oo commanding'positions was not severe. picked up coming to you jour money. ,
/, I fl, .: .wit se.
1 fl' in commerce, in manufactures! in carried it to the hotel office. There '
'r'rI> f fr Japanese Raid Town. the owner found the money Intact.
it I transportation and in the learned and after rewarding the servant, he .Finest Groceries
:, New Ctawang, via. Tien Tam, March L. w BURKHARDT .
it' professions. The army and navy are !.-A detachment of' 400 Japanese cave started out' to resume his journey.,r ; 11 i
r aIry with one' gun raided 'Slnuu'lntln, r tar-it will pay you to purchae ourcJouponJBooks. '
J' getting tiS full of Southern;\ men. as
about 30 miles west of Mukden this WILL BORE FOR OIL.

W'' i they were before' the war, nod, the afte.rno ; with the sun; trained on 'I I

the main street the Company Organized to Try: to Find 011
j standing of Neuthern youth in the troopers ran ,_ ; ,..;:; ,
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t I sacked the railroad bull<>ings and Chinese In Florida County. --- .,
rel graduating; classes Annapolis inns Tlfton, Ga., March 2.-The Header !

r West Point is a testimonial to then 1 son 011 company has recently been ore I' I X111119t1( 1 111f1I(11liIili91t1(11,11111111(11fl91fl1111lif111191111( ( ( ( ( ( fiG_ '(

Russians Maintain PC:'! Cn3. ganlzed in Tlfton, and the chartered II
+ Soulliejrn schools, where they got members \V. J. Henderson. J. EL I -J
''EakJietuii, iVaiir'uutla.VLIIUB..:lay, are I' Fie 1 Iarmae ;
their: pi'unary'education, HS well as I! March 2.A stubborn! i JLJC is wagedon Peeples, Dr. O. Daniel, of Tlfton, and I I e '.

to thi* native ability aDd ti iror of the the left i, j iri", V, .:: L.tt :(i-U i T. Tygart, of Nashville. :. ,Look lit our chops and! get an ape : ..
"" of the J.T: '>'::rr OT t1: "I'! ,: .c" ol Ku I Some months ago Mr. W. J. Henderson I fc-tite. Thnt'Mwhitt they are dointr f :
Clematis Ava. and Narcissus
ItIt Southerner thunselves. I S ,
young of made visit to Florida
cliaza,.liavt h, tn repnti': i, nal I tin} Run-' Tlfton a for
daily aDd will
people
many they
---- / rualnialnccl' :; ir PJ:
; It is claimed that there lea marked thinks to the initrvii.,.,0.1 of a relief discovered what he says Is petroleum I earns you. y

t growth of the sentiment- in,New York columa wh.oh: utta.ncti the Japanese oil, and his samples that :he re- 1 OUit CHOPS F .: for iti purity and sweet and dclU -? 'J,

from the west attar the posses had turned with are so convincing that he cious flavor. You cannot help beSt
City in favor of the use of the rod InI1chool been occupied This coluiia was hard found ready purchasers to go In with ore cot from the very beet, of menta. iny rrlrrsbed. vthrnevvr you drink g S 11 t ta '

"' !!. The; Newark (N. J) News pressed by the Japanese! and suffered him and buy eighty acres of this land. Not ,stringy, leathery stuff that looks gtaasnt it, and Its tffct upon vtju i !
looses. It advanced In The company organized has placed Is exhilarating anti( inviior.tings., '
great deta h
as bad! Mf(;tl>ev ate ton h. Ours areas
thedis- 3
says: "fc'orne\erul years past SO shares of stock on the market at I A good' Ionic to drive away that < i
meats the of Ubenu-
neighborhood
to .
"'' I tII..rIiR: ohii ken and nn pretty na feeling of nielrtncholy\vhenver it 5 .
a cuesion overcorpoiul punishment' pnsa and was attacked thrice during $100 a share and propose tobggin bore etch. holds you in its IrllHp, I Is to take y

', the New York Board ot Education the night at 11 o'clock, midnight and ing for petroleum within tne next 30 pl. They make your mouth I I a jtht'ls| of our soda, and all will bet t
g, 3 o'clock in. the morning, but reposed days. It is stated that within' one water to look at tbfm.atid they make soon for otton Call on t's at any
l 1,' baagrnwumoreaud moreheatedand by the Japanese onslaught; day's work by one' of' the chartered your eyes glisten when you taMp I tt 1 time and learn of its merits Fla. S

I die rod party has! become more mid The enemy made a night attack onKatapul members that 35 shares of the stock tL I m. Let us "pcud' you a couple] or vera of all kinds BWH| > on hand -= 4

,v/ pass. At 2 am.. the Russian has beei4 placed. Those interested IB, for meal which I = A G RIEGEL =3
more pounds
\ more u/on'eseive./ At the boarll'81u8tmeetln i .u. you
advance vacated two outworks which the company'! are among Tifton'a most '
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\\illetifoybftUT( than you ever did
committee on elementaryschools prominent' citizens.
bad been destroyed by the Japanese

presented a minority mid u, artillery, and retired to adjacent and ---- I'I'I before., __ I
I Separata for -
I, better fortified positions. Synod Negroes.
I II majority report, the latter recommending The Japanese made an attack on Nan. New York March 2.By a vote' of

I '. the restoration of corporal shanpu, In Khandlensan district at 6 31 to 19 the Brooklyn' Presbytery has FABER BROTHERSFancy !
.I4 ; Mulgoba Mangoes.
record in favor of allowing BUDDED
punishment. Four of the committee o'i lock In the morning, but were re gone oa
it pulsed. organization of the separate pres- ,
itIi Jqvored! it pad five were opposed to byteries for negroes within the boundsof Largest Collection of Crotons in the United States. :?Phyllan

it. After a lively discussion In tbe Rider Haggard Arrive. preabjtertea established for white ; J t.busetc. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock '

11 New Yorklarch: 2.-Rider Hag" I persons. Rev. 'V. A.: Alexander, pastor grown on High Spiu y<. Pine Land. Address

r 't" board the vote token on the minority gard the author who cornea here as a of the only negro church In the Indian River Oranges JOHN B. BEACH, West Pa m Beach FlaX I
; showed fttt'n.lin favor presbytery, opposed' / the plan vigorously
rl I report! totwentyt special commissioner to Inquire into \\'balers," and U.tall
the conditions and character of the agricultural declaring It wa* unscriptural,
wo against. Thin is a comparatively
: and industrial land settlement I un-American, contrary to the spirit Poultry, and Eggs, Dobbins & Qulgg'
A close vote. The conversion organized in America by the Sal. ot the declaration of independence< ,' Bread fresh every day oatoatorostoatorostostortostoxtostoatoxo.ororeor.olaouorlo> orro7oao /
I I and: averse to the. progressive sentiment 0 ,, X ..
of only four more members to ration' army today on the steamer Teu rt o
1'1
tonic. The trustees of' the estate ol of other denominations. I LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. o X
43 tbe corporal punishment rule would o
I Cecil Rhodes are paying the- expenses! I G. G. Strohm Company
Ir.t I 1In8-
; ; .fo
b'' reHtoie.it toeveryschool New York of the Inquiry to be made by Mr. Haggard Fine latest style visiting ,, C, H. PRICE manager; o

/ City, and this would unquestionably! under the auspices of the British cards and latest In letters, at The' Olive Street West Palm.Beach,Fla 2tt
,". colonial offices, with: the view of applying Tropical Sun. Call and see sample. V O o
t exert a powerful influence in mnny: O FAMILY GROCERIES
the scheme to South Africa. ,
cities and States in which moral T 'p MfGlnlev undertaker and embaalmer. 1 I ; V O 2o
West Palm Beach. Fla. FOR SALEWest V
: School Ship Sail to West Indies.
",: suasion dots not meet all requirements O
Philadelphia, March .-After a delay Palm Bea ch Lake Front : Fancy Food Products : "i'.1'
Ninety per cent., it in formally of more than'one month due to Ice When you buy bread why not have r 1 '
'oft
A very cluMlrattlM cottnftt. with modorn' "'nnVtMilfitteM
,t' lsl stated of all the principals. of in the Delaware river and bay, the the beet?' The 'splendid reputationviajewsUI's A.IHII de.irableenrtaae.ftew.utli. o ,. JIll#< I 0
of citj. A piutio will be Hiiul. rhnniiInqutrw ..
school shlplSaratoga started bread Is for ,Kself; Grain and
today
making
on Provisions
x
i New York schools for boys fnvor the i H L HMAFFFIl.': '
H a. cruise to the West Indies' The' ship is due to' the care taken in baking. It Wept Valiu IJenih.Leav ttii9oa

rod. They argue that only four boys was to have left this port Jan. 31. Is always the best; Its quality can not a I O .

; out of every 100 ore bad) enough to Captain!; Holm an lain command of the be excelled. Trv It. ;your' orders at The Tropical i JEFFERSON BLOCK Ji Y YY
ship, which has 80 boys aboard. 30 ot' '
,I deserve corporal punishment but : i Sun once''! for all kinds of engraved '
whom' are making their first trip. The WoodlawnCemetery and monogram Or' I
'Stationery and visiting 0 West Palm Beach Florida
c'': that the 06 others are entitled to i Saratoga will visit St. Kitts Santa 1 I I cards. o ygl.oS.cisoko ;
a o
t{ Cruz, St. Thomas and Porto Rico, returning -
and
4 protection from the t'Julmple set >lo7.otaoieo7.o.0.
about May 1. o.olsctsotaoLO.olroseol.ot & Q O Mr. 0
} q the disorder: caused by those who are Lot* can now 1.8 obtained In theiiow cent :I uo to R. B. Porter Olive street for

'. without the use of the Young Lady Receive Big Fortune. terf at Went Palm Bfjch.WAI.IACRR. the famous Hartford Urea
incorrigible
;
i, ; Sat Francisco, March 2.Her Inheritance JIOMFH. 'ir.pnt..
I'" ;;! : i rod. TbestrongestargumentagHnst: | amounting to about $5,000. -----
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j t the Off of the rod in schools is the : 000 has been fomally handed over to
t ,' Miss Jennie Adeline Crocker, daughter 1 wlnh to Inform: every portion::; within I one r.i.L.H: : L ER..i
Er r one least con..iderelt-Ita. effect upon of the late Charles JF. Crocker she hundred hero mileof to tfipulr' Wmtrulm your walehw..aiocke lUmch,rhm and I Iim I LI

!'J, t, the good; chfldren( who are never in having reached the age of' 18 years. Jewelry-to!! and lit your to ".ollyou eyes with..n.thlnlyau..nectal. .m oroyeicttiMH1 .d

1 i ," it be Miss Crocker at once transferred the may vnnb In my line. J am not a "winter I : WHOLESAttt AND RETAIL, '
I l lA lt danger of it. They think may vUiUn", ,'* Imt, a ptfrmnneufe rosidenq i a prolerty as. I w .
custody of' the Inheritance to' H&nry F. ownflr In )utJe Co.. and p.,"Mjtty: 10.* rr4 v J '
I I"< their turn next.: Theyare in constant Scott and Charles E. Greenasner, attorney HK| >nnible fur nnv basins. you may have > : TOBACCONIST
II to trnntuici" with me W.tch.... And Jewelry .
I tnenl'al I aorestanddlstrwsa In fact, they having been her y s ,
MI dread and iu their in neuil of rnpairlnff may t bowel by remitter-
j .
4 ,. I during her minority. ed 1 mall ui ..xl"..... I will examine. and report y'' y ,I y 't a u .
4PS ;I., I.I I they sometimes Incur the guardian Aatlfttuctwr c..t by*retuiu you can mail ordctrthe-if the pllcele game not roBUI I Cigars Tobacco Cigarettes Pipes, Etc., Etc: ,

i penalties they strive'to avoid" Shot Daughter; Then Himself ':ned, without. till urge, I have had beet i
vi CANDIES
"' very March ty years evIcrlene.with >ineof tlio ta*lA rv .ji'i J jrk* f ** : -.- x
Ark. -Mrs. L. t
De ,
( Queen
,
hotiiea In New York an nnltlmot.-.Is y kl+
i Finest line of candles at the Ma- H. Brand, keeper of a bo., ug house' treenieaeACrosbyt.oJses.nnviiie.'"8''m head. Watchmaker" and Ontiai&nfor e rri'f : A FULL UN*. OP IXWNBY';: CELEBRATED CHCCOtATES

4 bakery. here, shot her 8-year-old daughter, Katie TlieiH factaouirht" to beMilltelvnk a aur. S t tw nrS? : Cold Soda ,
f0wskt ::: Lunches '
I "na I nmleritand mT buaineH andi to Order '
.
and Seaon
f I, with a target rifle, then using guarantee tatUfaction I every on.... Ice'' e am soda During

'I) ; ,' For Sate, To Rent.. Boardlni.Furnlsh- the same weapon, seat a bullet Into E. A. WALKER, EXPERT WATCHflAKER AND OPTICIAN Ice Cream smniiout :'t q ,
: BLOCK. WEST
1 ...4 Room. and Room. To ,Let, cards at her own brain. Both will dl*. West PALM BKACH tl
I i >44t +$ Tit..Tropical Bun oOoe. j Jefferson Block Palm Beach ...........a. .......................................: 4,


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; ti STRIKE SITUATION I flRS. STANFORD DIES OF POISON Everybody's Column

Wife of the Late Millionaire Senator

of California Victim of Plot. ._= __ --.,., .

; GROWS ALARMING Honolulu, March :.- The chemists' WANTED. .I IcuP'ARACE ill
report of the .nal11 of tile t bt-carbO' --- ----
.
i ;1 I uate- of sod*, ot which Mrs. Stanford A GOOD COMPUTING SCALE-.. '
,'J took a dose shortly before nor death Write ZIU: & Green. Delr,. F:> q

8t., Petersburg Authorities At!I state positively that the soda con, MONEV TO LbAN.I .
,

;, Their WWi End, tamed Mrs.! strychnine.Hlghtom, wife of Kenry E. FT YOU HAVE ROPERTY" THA! J., ___,mo.,...,,''' __.,.. 0:::: F ,-...-.. .-- \

J Klghton.weU known, In'San< Francisco! you want. to improve and need money,
'
... do Geo. O. Cniritf.VVebt .
IOd00'TRII Palm pch.
telling her of the attempt that had I .
d, .UI'hpr'ltl" Believe that Some"' Hiddenlg.ncy' been- m.d. to poison her In the San FOR SALE. A

Francisco and that she could not __w__ .WOOllEN :IcI.Rt
con
I I. at'Work to Prevent.'a Settlement 'H1 M
r > f'' calve why any one should try to do so. POINT, ON LAKE
SHERMANS
1 of Labor Trouble*--Ciar Re During a discussion of spiritualism: ., the Inlet, 28 acres land.

chive., General. 8tol. Mrs. Stanford said she ,believed in IO acre garden balance pineapple '
spiritsand,, intended to establish a department 300 fruit 'trees, one hundred bearing.
SfPetersburg: March 2.The: 40 large cocoanut tree Beautiful '

y' stripe situation throughout critical bas beenranUered .the investigation at Stanford>of 'Psychic university ph nom-for, frobt building Ideal site winter Onethousand home nearest feet lake beat BeginningM on day February 27
cUstlnctly more by '
enon. I fidhing. Applv 'to'Boa 155 West,, Palm ,
Iho;: bold 'demande tbe St; Petersburg Mrs. '''Bitner, her secretary, says In Beach Pla .

workmen"yesterday, confronting regard to the alleged attempt at poisoning '
.. .
; FORNAPTHA LAUNCH -- --- ---
TRADE -----
othejgovernment again with, the necessity Francisco -
In San Mrs OR.
that Stanford ,
i fine land ,,
t of yielldlng acres pineapple '
everything :n *ie face
drank a glass, of mineral, water
of1 1 threat or of seeing all hope of a\' with the bicarbonate of soda, the dress facing Cbds railroad O. near Williams Detrfieltl., St.. Augustine Ad-- We havea good assortment of Voile Skirts trimmed with Ribbon

per, uanent settlement of the strike,' strychnine of which made .hi, violently ,. PlaTROPICAL' A skirts .tire well made and Rood; quality. for the regular priced ; but to move them out ai'once we are
her -like' .
and'elsewhere! through sgeu-
much 'being absorbed '
ill so strychnine '
; 'offering the-folfowing reductions : '
clan, dashed' on' the ground. But the .that the ,stomach,.,rebelled and REAL ESTATE AGENCY

woe feature of the situation Is, that she. ,finally 'recoveredMlsa( Berner FOR RENT f 4.00: Skirts'; for $3.25 \ 'fC.OO Skirts for 4.50

the: authorities are !bow cou-vln-ced Mrs.'Stanford'a, maid M 1ad.nt: --- ', '' '
;) '
says One Seven Room Coltug handsome. 5.3Sklrtsfor:! 4'UO .
tha. the leaders of the, workmen in [ 'r 7.00 Skirts. for 3.75
agreesrwlth her In their statement "
to
fnruinhed. Lake front located .
ly 300 $8.00 Skirts for $0.50. '
pur wance of. a. deep political are
plan
the police that the bottle containingthe : yards north of Royal Poiuciam.: Hotel. .
.
ma i aged by a shrewd hidden agency strychnine wa packed In San --- > In the heavy skirts, such art Bronddotha, Crevlnetrj and Jlettons. ; we hive only a few (left, The prices ,.q

,., which, 1* deliberately trying tOo pre.l Francisco five weeks\ ego preparatoryto'ooaing FOR SALE. 'on these will surely' move ,them at onc ". '' *' "\/1 ,' .
.
vent' settlement. 1' -
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'h' 1'
here and that It' remained BlAst Side lake Trout property, t% '
Tie authorities seem at their wits' untouched since then, until it was mile north of Royal PoincUna Hotel, ;:: Sfl.75l3klrt8for.ti.00, :: : < ,. -'- ', $5.00: Skirts f for |4.00 .,.
r end and In the meantime rumors are small collage, owner non-resident. Will ,
"
opened last night by Mrs. Stanford: her '
r 2.50 Skirts: for ,1.75. / 6.7S: :) for 5.00
again afloat that the a.ctlon"vr yester self before .aklng the dose. Hell Cheap. k Skirts Skirts' I
day. was l preliminary to a big demonstration 18.50! for $8.50 ..
On arriving: here from -San Francis Town lots and farm land for sale ,,
;j; ;, of Saturday. There are slm.W' co on the ateamer Korea, Mrs. Stan. Write for prices >. -i
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ilar'!reports of a projected demonstration ford said that she had left San Fran Cottages and hotels for rent. -

:S of workmen of :Moscow, to signalize cisco unexpectedly and. in a great hur- W. I. Metcalf*, Manager"

/d'I''' .' the emancipation. anniversary) ry, The police- here will not express Webt Palm Beach,,Pla. 'p..
( The .police apparently do not Know
any theory regarding the unfortunate
,(, i i. what;; to expect, but their general tear occurrence. fROfES- BRANNINC BROTHERS
\ of the outcome Is- based on the discovery CARDS. v

at Moscow and, at Wlrballen, B.US-
'r NEW YORK LEADS LONDON., LAW.
i, Ian Poland, of quantities of bombs in -- Ladies' Outfitters
'
: many boxes, of which many have. been Statistics Show. that Gotham's Death rO.. C'lllLLINGWOJtTH:

smuggled into Russia, and It "report Rate I I. the Largest. .

ed that the demonstrations may be New York March 2.-Health Commissioner ATTORNEY ANO COUNSELLOR a

1.: backed troops.by the. use ot bombs againstthe Darlington has given, out a West Palm Beach Fla. $ .
comparative statement of the deatb .
The strike movement has suddenly rates of New York and London in /l ICO. O.. CUKKlliAttorney ""
assumed, active form in the Hkatorl- I. '
which he says that there were 77,9UI and Counsellor-lit-Law l
noslav and Doh. Cossack governments.All I deaths in (New York last year and 7T

the ..miners of the Doustkyl .con 094 In London. The estimated popu. WEST P\LM BEACH, FLORIDA'
-'--'--
inlneg. numbering' over 200,000, threaten ration of both cities is New York, H. i*. I3LL.(\ NINO}, Buffalo Gasolene MotorA

to walk out on Monday. 3,600,000;; London, 4684000.. The .
General Stoessela was today receivedin death rate per thousand Is London Attorney and (:oun/je/lol'OIf'C-Law.! IA HIGHGRADEAutomobile

audience. by Emperor Nicholas, who 16.8 and New York 20.23. (fluke over Bank.) if11

invited him to luncheon. New York had 5,196 death from .c- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA Motor

Emperor Nicholas today replied to clients, while in London there were

the recent address- of the Moscow 4.0&8( ; but the Slocum disaster added GJ o. M. UUUU1NS, di For Launches
known by what have Speed
iu t they '
1 bourse, expressing attachment to the 1,000. Smallpox conditions here are Attorney and Counselor-at-Laus. ,,, ft'i\>r halt a century they
\o IH--II ttie .LandHr principal of autocracy, saying:
much better than In London. Will la elate and Federal Courts ,.t. .1 I our* jtruluoo bKK) (be4
practice Absolutely'reliable.
"In this' year of grievous trial this S tr o ripe ban nnv othura. Bold a'y ;
One great reason for the higher TITUSVILLE. FLA.VV by .,11 OnuU-rH. 19U9 Heed AMsoul '1 44, i it
l, evidence of loyalty to- the old foundation death rate in thla city la that we draw 'a- run toulLphlmm0ta, in a Perfect Speed Control.

'Se\ of Russia's- present life has given from a greater. area than London. i. .UI'<:T ,
me special gratification." U1ryrSt1"e-n Detroit. Mloh.Mangonia Y"sTii:I t'ie GEO. R. WALLACE: '''

According to report from Moscow ATTORNtV-Af-LAW,
GOVERNORSHIP.Of .
CONTEST FOR
e
NOTARY PUBLIC.U.8 Went Palm Beach
\ several rioters have been killed in con COMMISSIONER ,

.. with workmen of the Orechow Colorado Is Now Up to the Joint Win itroolloe" in Comitybint .we rout.iai
Sujewo manufacturing district. It appears I CnnruLANU '..... -'H"r'.r,... : .' ":' "'-"",''''' 'A''' .'.' 'O. "' --<:.." .... :>CO': : "..,-,' '''
Convention of Legislators.Denver CASKS A bPECJALW.otBcelD : .. _,T.>o-"" "-""' .o-JO'o.oT.:; .... ... ..."' _
'that the fighting was between a I Poultry
March 2.-Four
t reports were TROPICAL SUM! Block

faction who assaulted the manufacturers filed with Lieutenant Governor Oeo. Went Palm Uoach. Dade County. J-lortila' .. ." ... ,, :. ,. .; ,
. and others who Intervened for ''' t' ' ""; '...: '
E. McDonald by the gubernatorial ; rli't. Sold
con 1'f lr.
I J..Klto.' ,: : x : byBROADWELL
,
,
I 1, their protection. Troop were dispatched I test committee to be presented todayto A.J'AT10RNEY Farm' .J '" ysv 'I"< \ 4:t",,
.
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''> 't ivV/j r } .
I to the scene of the disturb the joint convention of the general AT-LAW < / -
< i v l'
ance. Another 10,000 men struck today assembly, which will decide after hearing and NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns, White \V>an- I '11. fcy-oV, : : ;pr.' ,'#v v
in' the large factories of tha.-VI. argument whether or not Governor -Agent ot the U. S.'Flilcllty. A' Ounrcnty Co ,olBaltimore. dottes. Eggs ,and Stock '::.. "oJ i .;'\';..!'I:1"J tJ ;)I'SIrI If b.'
Md. .
bong quarter of St. Petersburg. Alva Adams shall surrender his Office at corner ol Clumaila' Avenue and NarclHHim For Sale. :1 ,,"Iti1.! ;r.:.'.. ....u'n.II'thv.tol"I...'.'"'. W ..Ua.t'.to trll 1'4 & l
office to former Governor James H. Street, over Pottcr'n bicycle tore, 11.Jni' -
; 00,000 Men Strike at Moscow. ; Peabody, who contested the election. 1. -lD0g.. WEST PALM BEACH. W. K. GALE;: JVTftnaserI Gillette

I Moscow, March 2--The' strike area : Fourteen Republican member of the MEDICAL AND SURGICAL >laiiur iiiii> fist "'i' 8a!c(y Kazor'J1 MOORE

in the city and suburbs is extending : committee, a majority of 1, finally : "< UD''OJ dl'I",1] ItAD,.man etna I
---- ---- -- --
v ... ..
l*; .h:'vo'-e cJlt.\ r'o''I 1' th""ab h.
ffit 'l There are now 60,000 men out. signed the report In favor of ousting If u. iIUODM. l>, I.w bAftJlw.b.d, hi......If. Th.GU. .
S. H. RICHMOND, Agent IJI. i.ttn .. Bit',, -,',..... .. tt-t li/..ori !. '
Adams but'slx of these committeemen : V,,,. 1th"wvl"nkeoDdoubllHld..4 I 1 DEALERS INand '
( Elberta Safe In Alabama. declared that they reserved the right PHYSICHN AND SURGEON NtttdtjA hhw, I .. -ii de i iw u er.tem..rod.114 p ii
Flora, Ala., 2.-The peacb Office over Potter' bicycle slow WE8T, Perrine Grant Land Company. +' ''J /\>)> LiiiiitC'l trove proMiMAothitttitmoitt '
11/1
to vote as- they saw fit after hearing I L.Iwa ) ; ( duel to sled
d crop la thought to be sate at this place. PALM BEACH. Resldeuconear: KoyalPolnclana lVn. Eauh blado .1.! .. tan to '
the arguments in joint convention. Hotel. PALM BEACH 13-1: 1 ,UHAI<: ESTATK. .' ',\ I.irlr porfont ,,"a. Caaa and 'I> ru QS'
Ih where Is located the largest singleorchard They said they signed. the report I -- itott; ) tlnd pitcktd and na1pd dtreat

{{ in' the state. D. C. Turnip merely to get the matter before the assrobly. It. B. POfTKlt, :M. !>., CUTLER. FtORlPA t.""""" -,'f.1if"m/ to be nuw.Alwst.twadrfore.raw tbit factory. bonlnv them.*-*
'r seed< who is a large peach grower oi ;""- 1 J 1}'Cd1OZnes '
orchards 8:111.1111 WdHT;: PALM .,EAt]II. K1.A. !,,",," Stfropplntiox ,
experience, and owns the
---
here said yesterday that he failed tot I Kaiser's Gift to Harvard. DENTAL L. A. WILSON I J: "f"\l., '' Yo".not..to".ltorl.1I" 1I0nlnll'to ta.t1onaru,

;F' %find any trace whatever of the bud Cambridge, Mass., March 2.-'I'he II. .HAOV MANUKACTUUKR" Of {'(.l',a ,;!,7l) p ive.rctnnclf ...", ooLbo delightful..... J.J ,;;)
belay) hurt by the cold, and thinks the H ,tioi.1.: \ k Atllletw InN for **
i collection of models, charts, map and ,. If.!! I Vl atUT' .. .on Saw need ouch of the
t'\; idea that the Elbertas" are nearly all!, ." gJjlo. 0,1,,_,ubtll dull, return to HB and ,
Shoes
books, which formed :part of the German DENTIST Boots and ;(;','j"'n.'..' ..... '.lIhl.o! '0".!a nowpl.d... b. it
1'
; killed l I. mistake. He be Is 'q !!:
a says .
educational exhibit at the recent Office In Jefferson Block I .<1" \,"* it no ocinft to FOOMittonul +

r I sure that if they are not Killed later St. Louis exposition, aha been pre WEST PALM BEACH.: FLORIDA Repairing in Ali(I Kinds. of Lea'ter-. $414 I' r t' Tt. 'J I'k rrgt.. ; blitdo* tnon> X.I anon Goods ,
there will 1 be a good crop of this as sented to '-Harvard university by Dr. ,, ; ,' ''I''; r.ih, >t the OlIlntM.it. .
I VK. J. U LIDDVl Goods nODe / 1 / .u.A
", well 'as of other varieties-' of peaches Theodore Lewald the German Imperial Neatly '1. I "hi nil to ... I

''f in this section at least. commissioner acting on behalf of Em Dentist V5J*
:
Indian Tawed BncMin 1-.
peror -William. The gift, which'rep Olllco First dour west of Dndu County $tale 1I I ;
; Young Woman Named .* Secretary. resents recent improvements: in' the Bank '

t Montgomery.. March 2.-MU 'problem of social ethics in Germany, WEST: 1'A.I.M ItEACII. FILJIIDAFOLENi/ and Horsehide Shoes ---- ---- --,---- ,

Mamie Offutt has been appointed: th I will be placed in Emerson Hall the e
I' FOB TENDER FEET r
governor's temporary recording secretary new philosophy building now under 9AF'tEfJI03T '. I
'
/) t
by Governor Cunningham. She I construction. Oli.e St, Nortb of New JeT( rsou!: RIo ''VIfULr I rr Iilv
t, was formerly the governor'; stenogra e'Go.h.. .COQgh; and Luc!::a-.n4IP 0.

( .' pher. She succeeds Michael Schewa Threw Baby From Train.

who resigned the place Monday to 'succeed Cumberland, Md., March 2.-Thomas
his father Captain-B. H. Screws, Watson and Ira CrlM, of Webster conn. E. M. BKEL8FOKD( Chicago o and Florida Limited

deceaaed, as a juslce of the peace. ty. West Virginia appeared before
When Governor Jelk returns he will 'Squire M. Riley of Clarksburg, and re Real Estate via ; tf.'tlTf a. v

appoint a permanent' recording secre' ported that Elizabeth Daugherty and ; tai a
PALM BEACH, FLA. Louisville & Nashville .
Thompson fought Ellen ,
Mary over
,
tary. The many friends of MUss Oil ; aK.aromitt'
utt hope that she will be the ap Thompson, a 3-year-old child, while on tfotary Public Cottages to Ren
the train-in Webster county, and that Ra.U.road i;
y, polntee. omce. South Poinciana Ilotol -
they dashed the babe out of the car .
Himself window a* the train was running at a Only Solid Pullman Train P a.a'irr
Shot Pet Dog, Then
v good rate' of speed, killing the child J I
hi I., Tenn. March 2..After I will observation allot Hbraiy cars from
Meny T. J. CAMPBELL
instantly. The women are now In the !
'r/ aboothis'stater'a pet dog, which Addison jail, in Webster county. to St. Louis Chicago A WISE MAN IMPROVED METHODS
Florida
l wee' lying by his bed, Harry H. Carr,I I Jam-TJp-To-No-w G

age31.! a prominent business man|I Victory for Judge Parker Th Wear and Northwest, doesn't rink his papers or valuables' are adopted by us an ROOD aa 'their ,

of tats city, fired a second bullet from Albany, N. Y. March S.-A victoryfor
value is
( He knows thedanger firmly established.
BLACKSMITHING HORSE with" much quicker time than vI.l any in an ordinary gufe. !
hb revolver into his own brain and ex-Chief Judge Parker in hla, first '

I sank dead upon a' couch. Ill health oase before the court of appeals is In. SHOEING, GENERAL other line. of it. So he t'ng'og'P8box
) the family as the cause. Ml meal in dining CTS, service ala In the performance of our duties' as
r Is given by I j j i volved In the decision handed down by
REPAIRING ANDPAINTING' carte. Finest dining car service in the
No one was In the bouse at the time ', that court denying the motion of John South. or compartment' :? nf a sale! deposit Undertakers and Embalmers,: all '

of' the shooting. Carr' -mother, whc; ,. M. Bowers Judge Parker's opponent, Leave St Augustine, daily) 8:30: a, ni. I company.' Them h.,. can keep Us modern aide approved by science or
was returning from a neighbor' to amend the remlttltur in the recently Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30: a. m.
house, discovered the body of her son '' argued case of Reich vs. Dyer. A WAGONS BUILT TO OR.DECI.matle Arrive Chicono next day. 4:30: p. m. money jewels and valuable. papers in good taste are In use, and we'' have
F Aritve St. Loris next day m.
I motion to reargue the case was de- .}. Also( through Pullman DrdwInBr-room 1:35 p. perfect Hocurity.; There Is no danger no hesitation in claiming that we can
Coachman Robbed of Saving nle j also. road Inv Cur dallv front JnckHunTlllo on A. V, I,. the ervire the
best
give at
most -
reasonable
son m. trAin to Uirml"ithani. Nnhvlllis ;
I p. from fire and from
New York, March 2.-Patrick Q>1. Arkansas PoUollce Robbed. Bvnniivlllo, ISC Lotto,ChN-aK" and' "" M. A. f.H absolutely none cost. '
assaulted ; S5 H. m. train to. fennncula I M obi I In and
well, a coachman, baa been i Beebe, Ark., March 2.-Four burr GEO. nAoLiinUnol' & Now Orlrnnn.If tblevt'8, and be has access to i is at all rl,
and robbed ot ",GOG, the savings. of lars blew open the safe at the post SON REST] nirvlce In d"sired ask(or tickets via Lady assistant 'i
life time. Col well was found, unconscious L..N. times
i I office here and secured In money and.ta..m.PI Contractor and Bull ers' .. For.rat".J rullinnn ronurvntloun, .'O? rail

his employer In the barn horse under He the' revivedenouah feet 01, was more brought than 1000.down from A bloodhound Newport ) 'P.O. BOX,304, '. on or DE'lip" e.tBeySt..Jueksnnvlllue'lorldn HERR1NO. FI... Tnf. Afr" "nt.uoa The ,Dado CountyStnte Punk ,has a J. B. McGINLEY

had few UDol'clJpfp.Cboxe8 and com partmpnttl. I"
.
two men
that
to "
fay but' '
the trace was too cold to be .
knocked him down with a brIck. At-,| followed. The robber came. and left Kodol Dyspepsia Cure UZ1ft';'':'- Early RisersTho The rent of one of them Is Palms Corner." .
Col well will '
,' reoov.rj though'; j-erlouly, Injured' ,i on.hon.back. DI0.ota ,_hat you eat famous Uttlo pills very reasonable. ,Do you want one? Open day and night. .,\\1


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FOUR THK l' TROpIcAL) SUN, WEST] PALM' BEACH: FLORIDA, .SATURDAY, ;MARCII 4, lP06 '

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A Feud DEPUTATION" WEST PALM PEALB. WINTER HOTELS. i''

SAVED __ FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY .

Q<:I4il<:I -Q Q<:I4iI(iI...... <:IQ<:I -/iIIi ,

L, Tom Bowline and tOrliflnal ''F The Local Tliiia Card Ho. 59.. In Effect Jan. SOB I9OS '

tBfi'erinen ind friends the martial musio. dress parade,. i .JoZZand i it DirgiI:1ia: ,
1N0 I
requeiit or ah mouutnig, indeed", any or all the BOUTH.IIOUNII-WtAO! DOWN NOlTN.BOUND eAO 11P;

) attendant of military life, west PALM B&A&n, PI.QRILMBMaatltully Nltfel/' altvvfeMlCleiuatln\ fill

coolhesa frfcndllilpwi-wbman: reliete the tedium tfiat tome* over t .Q f ft Avenue. 91t N. all No. 20 "..U Ne. J' Rare. NO.2i8'N,811 ''1
between sTAIIwNa.
post When the Inmates have Located on too' Wet Delta )IS.".... 'F'.I". Daily Dail Daily; : .. htl.r wen Dally aiiy "g 4
Lake Front I
they were Joint seen1!i eiiong'h of one another. Bo t Ftne Vlewlot"the', commanding Royal '16 .I1UO P 1000 1& 800. Ll.......yaaheoaal0.....,.., T5op ISO P 500 a 640 0 0I
Beta and other : pretty Mrs. Gesstior, the young i III f 1008< a .......,Do.Jwkaooaue..L: ,,. eb2 aI )
land still fished to Q+ Polnclitna and Lake Worth 'I 1I6! 't 1o.p flute COGS ............ nlfl1.tm."....". liIIP Seep 6roa 1 I-ga
of Lleutehatit Earl Gessnor, and All Modern Conveniences ... II t(1\ P 1169 a ...........,1ia.Un'" ...?.,.... 6116 P
One afternoon they it was announced that her' hue ,4 Cuisine Guaranteed I 1?'Ulp IINJ p : Opp see a ..........,IIU'1"alaCka.......... 11'1P B dt :P' tl 17 a e-

"' ocean in'a small : chum at West Point was com i PrsI.Ciasdo Rates -'." P -2t 1985 P -1011II. A..I'a..Uu.. ... .....L.. -e/V P IIl.CI"_ ;

when a blast cldnd to job them she was greatly No' Tubertnlosi J : ":::1 p! imp 91/6a 11110" Lv..Pslatta..LA,. slap' Syep eOola I 550's

wind adhlonlshed th@m. fatienls Taken $10 and $1? Hlnp 'lOp Ar..Sae NeteoLv 'a610 p '. ,
> ......... 760a TtOe. '
been a week after White' arrival ir.ft 800a L. aD.ttIo..Ar fOllp 'lI6p
thori Each! had' ...... /'
e e ee e e e -'"' -.or- -----r ,
the day that the otter and his friend dessnor were In Per WeeK : IHH p Lv..r......Neoga .........1... .8S pAtop' ,!J
?y ; then Gessnor was ordered .............Buno..U........?y.. 4liep ,;JIf.' 'r J' '
him In the : .. .. t 17 ,111
5 ?' supplant and ; on a special duty to be gone .4**. **...*+...*......f OPEN NOVEMbER 1904 11 in a :..::.....Hotel Ormotid.r.y.. ::: P 'I' .i.i"P ,
gia Conley they 1S. ... .....Olmond..t.n ... taop Alga 111111. ,
weeks. He told White that his r j "by ;trop tilt P U W. ? lv. 160p ( f
sullen silence. I Ifllp 1111II" ..........;.D&yton............ .88p 'lOp 11011. 116<< a 1
who was city bred, .found it dull Itlp 1 bti .........Por' O.aop.......... 1911 p .
t'; LWhat; y' goln., td d* : post slid charged! him to keep 'fb 3 Palms | Mr. A. L. HAUdH Prop.. 1M1 .GSp 9Y.p p 19039 :..........Ne... 81)1I.11.) ............ Its P $45p itOY ,10. I
Bowllna presently of III.U :.......O&k HIli ...... II '" ,'" "
(
'y 'Cfoln' In.spirits. o'oooGo s t ,,' "4il'p''' 811'11'' II 1\16&1p-\ & .u....?........Tltusrllle...v........... J: iH Step l'lAf.. 964 a. A I''7,?' I .r''r'rr
to !eta ( began> by acceding to his I Now I a .. .u9 p ...............Conoa.............. ., .. .
Open.. '
i' You've chosen an' tU5<< RookleJga ....... ,
request, but soon discovered 11'211 'II! P I' 119 p.Ao.:: .. n. Hoteii........ 191116 p sot p f Y ,
She and I agreed that Mrs. Gessnor being carried rN f p flU P II" t1.u;. Oallle....... ... p lR8p 1066 P ,
I was A largo, home-iike note, well I p .. ............. 1909 110 iota ,
round this evenln" and ap BI>Q'10 D000b':(<@xtx x (t@XiXSXM) 11M p lI"t I' 1120 P ..... .A1..loou.o. P P P
: feet In a mad' passion for him. pointed and bountifully; 10catedI.'", Ii tee P .".........I.buUnn............ 112ft aase
Sarah Robbins: 'on his part Z i II ............1:1.: buole............ 101111.
i' "I've got a note from : even hauteur '' IDK the Ci>tntdrt without the 'ro"t of : 111&\ 41.0 p 540 P .........FOrb Pierce........... 1080. 1909 P. U00 P 1111II 11 ,-,
nothing to check her. To avoid the more fexpeiiHlve one Situated on t.B riggs Gottago; P. Of'UP ,............Tlbbal..,........,.. 11M. 81.110. ,,
.t tappointln'' for me.to he secured' an ,order tempora Lake Worth. nppOHlr the RoyalPolucluna 70 P ............JCtlco.....".".... see a 119 P
In'," replied Hunter.: i "I 'L 708 P ..e............ ...... 1147... P
taking him away from the post. : Hotel White waltreHHea.EliTtrlc : MRS. H. B. DR-IOOS, Proprietress 114 I' ...... .J..n.'n..t. ..... song, .q' .
085
they spoke bad he rode on horse bells. Good lolling, hunting 7111 11 ......:..:atr.b9tlnUnd.L., .,. .. : I> ,
t,1' .The only 'other O\uu morning away andboailno; Rat**1 ,:a 60 aDd' 8.OO : Bvernla Street '6IIp. :.u.a.Wesbiuptter...:...... 8111. f8' '
Mrs. Oesanor called for her 0", Ml' Ball 600 Ar.....WeetPalm B..b.. ...... aJII" bale 1> 1141111 "
were the oars' In >the and rode after him to bring him : 'per day; 'Special: rated! by the week.<< J \, h.e palm acnob,. ., lai\lda S 5n 41 0'eep) .P 860 plll\P \) P'" l.v. .......PalmBP.ch.. ;... 800. 1010. 011' P 910 ,
light swish of following ,0. a IIJ6 P IIV o 655! l' .. .....W..l'.lmB""b. .s.Ar t/ta I6oa IIM :pt I!
Whether her recklessness had I 061 ....... ... .. ;Booton'.r..Lv. 719 a. 6W p. ii P
t, the stern of the'boai:! become to ber and :{ The Palms ; /tuafed. Near Lake 10UU p P ......... .:..D.lre': ........... 'to'J" 5b'rp" l" : \i
line again broke alienee. : : apparent : 1060 P .:.......Ft La""I"'a." ?...01. sly. Sac po .1.
feared his absence might attract Wept Palm Beach, Florida SELECT WINTER 1105 P .......h.Hallan..1.. ........... 661.. IYy z
' "I tell you what. IInp ....,......r..monClty............allo a 617 p (f
Georgia for us two to to her folly or whether she .U*......*...............$ '. HOT wortJhA ., '1)Op, 1140 P $50p Ar....'.....Mlaml..L. 610. Coos .1).1' .4103
AND COLD
BATHS
at once. It might end"' not endure his ill opinion, she ...... KO CONSUMPTIVES: ,....11:11:1: : }
know herself. She was shoot J M, J""lorl''r8on'l'ItlnsVGIII.78andllll&lldButretSI''J1LnlfC. .on tnlnall8 end totw t
nobody. She needs to- like a shuttle from one emotion S................. ........ 'W qLII:.OM. HOME ru.. duCL5Onrill0" and MI..ml.. !,..lQr&reon. "-'ainllilanLlfO between 8t. AugOvHhe'and' 1
: .. -
father is gettin' pld,,and hBoarding 4 "nyn'u' I 'I
.
Pelican took his

'' lifetime. It would be who was had at the long post known a hire and looked Major : 'Ao 'EJaami1jgton. : ':' 'I l"ZIED: SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGU8TtflE ";; l

one of us left the ether -
Lieutenant White with covetous -'--- > No.J5t no. 4f ft. 110. ?. w 5' q
h time. iIIo. 23 We. 27t II. Dt t IIo..It
her.ocean" some It so happened that on the morn- i A. B. O. METCALFB Proprletrea. : I'N5: f White's departure Mrs. Walsh I I ,,0./,0./
"Tonight Is as good a t: k'nnvll/119.45//nAMOWAN. is Him iiOrx I'll IIII'M 1\Ii: : PM IIDft..1I
being driven by an' orderly In a 110 11111''' 11101' Ps 9t6PM
"Reckon since )"re so : WEST PALM BEtt H, FLORIDA : d.rldquai'I MOO) AH U4AAM<< AM 1I1131P111,11I1I61'1oI'I'o. ,
on the road be had taken Uoelmble people who wish it plea ant. = -
-
It :you expect I'm tbe : u't'9At No. le* No.: M'Dally Ka.lt' '
110. 'Zt etaNa JOt I\oQ\ 76f Na h'
}
him place to atop at while In Went Palm
suddenly plead .
came .
upon Dally Dally
b "Reckon" yon'U be If Mrs. Ge9 nor, who sat In the : Open all the year BeantKul location : Beach will and "MINARBT COTTAGE.on ." 1.,411. !!. Xmlly; Ex. Sun. Dally I Ei.! Sn. C.. Suq.: Dally bathy Daily yk I Ir '

yon say. irresolute That threw the win : on Lake Worth. Bright, cTieer- : Olive\ Street between Krernla and M.o" 6110 AM 1011AM 7M"AXdOAK 890AM20AM 11101310P..M 114OAS ISIOFM 11101'11 81/1N' 414"1' i'
"If you expect Fern )Just ftu'h. place. Nice clean cards into the bands of Mrs. : lul rooms and wide veranda. Special : .
me you're mistaken. Conscious! of her advantage roome. neatly. turnlabed < comfortable ,;nllt; ;.mpuevdnluelvel'; of Pullman or Parlor Cr-&nd extra. sealarewulbeskargwt.. I },
vantage of rales for the beds) Rood wnoleHome food eVERY tan. ,
6 you. : Boaaon. : '1<' Peoprratedonthexetrahtonwhich no extra or flout cl1&1'llI'l .
t' "I won't let you. In no baste. She waited until moderate' prices, are the recommendation :..: ::: _

tie stern with "your : bad returned and White had .......................... Only a limited 'number of room. .!i---r; :!;. AUCD51INB( AND 110. 40 No. Z5 PALM BE"'K AND MIAM1 6s. 11I

't could brain you with then opened a distressing fire eracan be accommodated. Table board I> 1 i 'NEW MYIL'fA. Dally; Dally; 1 al1Yn'y

you could say Jack epeclalty, ;" T.... ...'It. AuA'tllltlne..Ar, 1100..11I' 9sSA5 Ly..JlJ'II"bl'll.. .......AP. e5o Yr
was no fool. Moreover be had __ __ (iIi MRS. FRANK DARLING. I If'I'. .. .ta.lt: PnIalka..Lv.10l0AM .60Aa\ Lv.Weup Pa1nfeach.Ar. s66rvp f.'u f.
"Ton wouldn't do tlS ... .Jiul<.IO.n.outl..LT 8VO..1006.... l.5.....,. Lantana..Lv. 61SPSpAr.
'jt mean enough. head. The problem before him .. .. .. .. ) ............ 71\11.\ ... 1t04..L.F' Landordaee.1.". 4OTPMp 1 I
to save Mrs. Gessnor from the con. ''FA ': A. New IIlDy..".... ... Lv TSO AM 1166AM A....... ..M.I..I..t..LT.. 11ILPv ,
j 4 come to grief when my ''!: {
f with my skull stove In." of her rashness himself from i arrnan" i :- tea-i; No. lO 47i 5r.r
tWXI JXX! II. la Ne. I JIIo. Z N. ;i
of taking advantage of a r ldl,101, MAYPORT BRANCH MUD ORANGE CITY BRANCdmlt '
since .
r "Well you've officer through his wife and'to West P.Im Beach, Florid. _i....+.:'ly. : -Dally. .onlL .UsDyDalli_. -UallyDatlI .\
tion don't
why
you the friendship existing between Punk Gottage I? u Lb I' I.". "k.on'Vll1.' A. 8 so a .00 p .00 p 016. L.. New Smyrna Ar lIMp 111" P ''',
about and the one that A winter revert that will ple..10D.. A I' s. 1,1 I! "I/ IV I'.blo IIPMh..Lv 761 a 820 P 4.. tot ta I.y. Lake HeleD Lr. JI! flip 11I1 P ,j
and Ge This problem he 6.1..Lv'.ItlanttoBrwhLvT16a918p 160ptOSOaLvOrange
8DOt'
I ton City) ; Lv.19etpA/1p I
other overboard pulls In \ I
a Held." for hours and It seemed to Near Lake Worth and centrally lorn'ted. \ : WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. :: 11" 1"5 aT:: I' Ar.bluyPort..Lv. 760 a 800 p 100 p 10 fila A..Oranlf&'City Jo.. IlIlIOt. II 1\62'\ f
:
''that every move be might make All modern Improfeuient. JAd'lreg. ::: .e7' Na It Na II Na II
Hunter Spbke with 'ben:, IIOMI1S1EAD 1XTINSION.! Daily SANFORD
A Quiet,Milect family Hotel with home BRANCA
"ability to conceal 'his. be in the wrong direction. How | I iiI !.Bu4. ere Saa. Daily 'Dally" .

Bowline feared to he formed a plan and set about l com : ."u J' I.v .. ..... Ml..ml.: .............. -1100 p 1180.. ur....... Tltulle..Ar.\ -UII'II'' I
it Into operation. He convinced "i MRS. S. 3 BARMAN i il .I 3 a Ar .....Home.tcaa.........Lv. 540 P 1100 a r..... .. 8aDf".A.'. ... lute I
was. He rose, and : Pleaaant. :
location adjoiningCity
BOX iar
Walsh that he was not in love
'S S 'to his feet. The two her rival, but was in love with Went Palm Beach Florida : Perk: and faring on Lake Worth. ; 1P ';
+ 'lf each threatening the I: PENINSULAR::; AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT 'MIAMI.'I
It Is not difficult for us to be Cool comfortable rooma with good .
ti s 1l lifted oar; then moved .----at1"v- ---- I .
,; f ptlse, they ''began to what we want to believe and the : table; aerrlce. -30 Connection Made at Miami wild Steamship o>| tbe .P. 'ft 0. S. S. Company For !
8MITHSOK."A of the proposition was as true
part ;
;S Improvised lances. But << ( IDA B. HAYS Proprietress
latter part was false. Mrs. Gess- iASSAU HAVANA AND KEY WEST.,
A s' only a few minutes ,
ht struck them on the much liked by tbe ladies of t' "
and above suspicion while -
they not Instantly was 'l'he. Time T..bl.. .show the Hmea at. expected t0 '0'01" and dnrl '
Walsh was neither liked nor trust .nu the several" but their arrival o.departure.f.he times elated" is not Ifoo.an ,
would have been Ho'teland .laalon.l
: Con mercia 1 .
80 far so good. r doe* the d ItMlt KMponalhlo for any delay or any oonBxquanc af&lnir there. I
t96 struggle If at all FOWLER ffl
BROS. & KING
: 4 Tbere was enough In White could not long be devoted .1". "
latter. He must find means at CafeC.
ror'Copxof th. LOCAL TIME CARD
ger to Induce them to or Oth.r Informatton i
to spike the gun with which she MACHINE SHOP }!
eel Oil they could get SEE THE TICKET AOENT."
kill Mrs. Gessnor. There was ,,;, ,
,
their oars, they pulled OAS ENGINE REPAIRS
.
A SPECIALTYL
enemy In his rear in Mrs. Gess ./ IVAHNEK. .A.MU Gea'LPa.e.Agt'ST.AUCUST'It1F.T.i'' :' ,i
nearly parallel with W. Schmid, Proprietor KINDS LATHE and HAPE1 WORK
w shore curved toward who despite her perilous position, \

y awhile they came near not bear to see the man she GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR ,
devoted to her He bad "
an attempt to beach enemy. JEFFERSON BLOCK SALE ;
to both of whom
women manage,
i ing their opportunity
in love with him and either of Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front t
the crest'of
a wave,
i \
liable to commit barikarl ; Southern ;
was
WEST PAIM .
S boat water UD and out of succeeded reach of I the other. BEACH. FLORIDAAtlantic Raikuay .

71 I There Is something night the officers of tM poet got

masquerade. It was in the warm EFFECTIVE JANUARY n. tooa "n'Thr. t
S past and there Is : S
and there was to be dancing on
of hot blood In cold as well as in the officers' Coast Line ... Vaatibu'ai, T alu. Kaul No.j4No.3av North and'eat' No 13 No- 'a .::::: :. ;
they were safe and bad ,

"S straggle Bowline said: hall. The weather was superb 1, Jacksonville...... Ho Ry 9 Sop 8 Loa 1 55 P.IO40P.. Lv eck.onv le, Fla. ,, 80 Ry p 4W Y uua ,: '
': : moon at the fulL No fancy cos THE GREAT THROUGH CAR: LINE FROM LORIDA Lv ee.up ........".... Bo Ry a lop I1S4"6.5P .. L* Jemup, Oa.A .,, So Ry to So U g3a ..., .,
I 5 I "We've made asses could be procured at an army Lv .... ""......... so Ry 4.5n t Jo i* Ija.. Ar Macon, Oa ....... ......S-i Ry 'S'a" yNIp ....., 1 >
I' Jack.". Ar Columbia........... "0 Ry 996p 6 ooa., Ar Atlanta. Oa ......... .so Ry 5'we i 01) '!r 1
II I "So have." far from civilization, so the la i CONNECTIONS Ar Charlotte........?.'Ho Ry a iSnaa luoipII 9 55C., Ar Kome. Ga...,...?. ..."o Ry 8 06pi ? ? "
rJ r 1' we made number of dominos of Ar Or. en.buro. ..... 8u Hy a Sea 5>P.. Ar Dalton,O .x......Bo Ry .ir q oop I '
.. '11 "It would be much up a I The Over its own rails to Savannah Ar Danville ....... .. Milky 84811 Soja a top. Ar :hnttanooga. T ,?.,.So Ry 9-4- 1 Ap ,???. 'f'-: ,
leave'Geor&ta to make !: colors which were to be used '''East Ar Lexinnion. Ky Q A 6Q 3 ro 4H. ,

t 'I'', sion." Charleston', Richmond and Wash. Ar Richmond .........>......... So Ry 6"as" 6 411",, Ar Cincinnati i Onto... .. C' T t t ICn ,,,,, '4 ,I
the festivities Lieutenant LvUCIUU4U| S>hl<*. MlgKourl tt .., ,1 {
:;. ): "Of course It would." ington thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Ar nchburg .?...H.I Ry 6 34 1'a49P : :: Ar Chloigj. Ill...... ..Blgpourl! 7 Toil s IKIMl.TT ?, : ;
noticed a masculine figure In via An Rail .. 2iOp. .
"Suppose we walk Ar Ch"rlotte.\IIe\ 8o Rv TilMt 5.m1 Lv rindnniitl. Ohio Pa Linn C Syp "TJU ,
S A domino and a feminine! figure -, Ar Wmhlngtou.So Kv to UaII 945. II Wp.\ ArChica n. Ill.,.,.,..,p Llreel to*) i"iluiT I
to her 1horse, go In Ar R R I I .f" ,
; red domino out into the We.tPhiLdetyhlr 30H II eta 11 21\11.\ lv ucmuat ftllo CU ITrChlcagOjIll g I
ease to her. go open. A. .IUt 1 sell < '1 .,,., 45V :' \
': Louisville 358. c H t '
S '' ?; "A good Idea. same time a figure in a white The West The & Naslnllle, via Montgomery Ar. Now York .,.......P R K .6p- 4 UP ..tl 3"t'\ a t : t',j j'' ,t;
;
slipped up beside Ges nor and No. .-'-N. York and Florida ..... ,
l With one accord they The Mobile & Ohio via M w Rap. > ) j'
"Watch'the red. Montgomery Pullman Drawing-Room HI: eplnir Car Tampa, Ar Detroit, Mich...... ..... PM y.3a + I0. ., 'J:. ,
three' miles to the Hull JackaSill. .to New York: t v CladnnaU Ohlo..ls.l.e.| .S .. i : '
followed the out to SOD a ,
couple on ---i--
,,1' bone of contention lived."I'm Arplubuig. Unc* '3S5 I 4).J. ... ,\
t ;il'; ; treating you and on to the parade. To Via Savannah" and Ocean Steamship Company for NeviTbe 'No.So...W..hlngtnn and Plorld. Llmltet Cincinnati, ihlo..Blg Four qSop 5 eon ,,, ;11
y
1, Bowline. "I tell they danced In a'set that was E ast York Pbiledcipbie BostoD. belly) PuMmun Drawtnor, Room Sleeping C I vr CUrveland' Ohio..Illn Four L14S g pp 1,,,, ,; "
you' as they arrived, after which Via Norfolk Bleamer lo New York Washington and Jail!'; ickoonvllleto-NeirYork. Lv loui5llK ,., ? ?6iRy loa 1 '
E- J'> f ain't got a"gnoat of'a' \r ...-.BoRy & ....?
,) her picture taken the strolled about, getting farther and more. ':No j -"Monthern'i Palm Limited Ve tl- \r 81 lout ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,.,.,,, HoRy IsL 1 boa MIIMempWa
; Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners I
till :: Transportation Com. bulr trnln. I'uiluma, Dr..lo". Kooin Onrapnrt -
from the masqueraders they *r Annlslon.Alil.......
thls'mornlng she vie I Iteams SoRy 9 Ora Osx ,
gave P parry for Baltimore and Pbiladelphia. ment.Club.C'onipoi'iie.obiirrvaiion and Uiaion ? ?
Ar Birmingham.Ala .. /
'ne .opened his a clump of trees back of the Saw" .between 8l.Augimln jt JxokoouvlUe .HoRy / .
and sat down Tork. .11"I l
on a
out quarters
a photograph I
TO KEY WEST via
r. Hunter produced Its bench. Peninsular & Occidentaland Tenn ..".?... ? j.l "'S.
lh "Hmr said Bowline. the couple were fas shadow ThroughThe Land of the Sky.-: INo.'30... Hot Spring*;Ark ,.... .w,J| .9 i fl.-..: N: 1 i!
-
Jar r' could see them plainly from a HAVANA' Steamship Company: Lv_. 001 No, s1"The P'erid.' Limftet"'nsu'Rnli.i (
J ckaonvllU..BO My 7 ..... "a ia i
53Pft
a' ''It was growing dark .. Suddenly be saw the man I"v..ln.h.G.! < A........... ..So Ry '5" ....?... veaibu.etrHn.lhroughdaaeeahe.attdYull.% ;
r- : man .Itrplog car Jacksanvllle UnSniiu.No. I
the woman in his arms and raise SOMETHING NEW I ArCulatnhU. .80-By o eSP ......... to a .
4 ad. and it was soon dark ArA.hvill.,fl c..r.1Mnn.'so Ry l ......... .r I ,
Ar They marched on In for a kiss. Infuriated Gess Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles 01 among tae prinuipv Ar Hot Spring. N.C..,...,. Bo R> S7P .... ift-Pullman Jp..lnr Room 81".1 Car '
\ forward tore off the wom railroads in the Southern States. are on sale by the principal > AeL'poavllla1cbn.,,.....? Mo y16.op I ?.... .t..on ..r..o.IU.. mr'utngaamM'npbla ",
agents.Through : "
came upon cottage Ar Loul.vlll....... ..'?.. ...., ) 8 Sot' ..., ..... and Kane..L7y. r.f.I:j1
Pullman Port to New via Atlantic Coast
Sleeper. Tampa York Mine. ,
wind [ and the waves mask and revealed-Mrs. Major At s Loula : Ry 4,56P .
t HAd not been Prank C. B yleston. Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger At- they "pen.I Solid I''
declining! to look Into the Agent 138 'vest B..J' street Actor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H. M. Emerson $<)-V.U1' Pullman D-Awing.AOOm vrtlbul' train. Pullman DrawlDK MoO.., Can tif; r "
locality they would not Traffic Mans er, W. J Craig General Passenger Agent Wilmington: N. C. Bulleepl.g Car between Jackaoo"Ue aanu .ctween St. AnItq.Mne. J.eksonrilh.>, Clnoln. 1
way to'it. Suddenly It ; of the man, turned on his heel I 'dnomn&U' tat1,6hlc.ggClnrel.nd.Uetrolt"d; S4LouU ..

I to them as distinctly as them.' 1

I1 1 i' a vivid flash of was the result of Lieutenant [ Kxcelleiit Din Ing Car Service ( 1 It 11

There was another '. plot He bad learned the color ARRIVALS ), Il..lJ;
AT ,
t that neither had looked Walsh's domino then instruct 'Prom New'Ytlrk.' 'wuhlolflo... JACKSONVIt'Jf: "(i
F.olO New' 1 ork. etc.-N-- "WuhlngtouDd PI.tIa! Llmtted" .......,...
Ge Bnor' to tell her husband W..IOi"IIIOII,
.t.-No. .
don neither ThoseAwjvtllcadacbesT 80uth..0'
s n that ever 31. 1".100
i Rein "e.. y...... W..lr/n.to.. el". .... "Wa... I.Imluei' LO Po .... ,
5- she would wear a red one herself 33. hmgMte..4 t Ior1d. '
,{ 5 on the little porch In 1 From Clneinaatl A.I'vll1.. et.-No.l9. "\VUhl.toG RxP"w"7''''R ..
swung from opposite put on a white one instead. It I Prom ilhleacot; C1nd.u.11. Atlanta etc.-No. Florida and. Florida' "Limited, ;yetoa m.. I'
t 9'35 a. m. .'. ,
Mrs. Gessnor who had whispered : Are mire Indications of som form of stomach FromOhforAuCmmanatlCkstwawgaAtl.nt..etONaJ"ubmago; / -
close ...
i f beings so together trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. :Malaria will Ftold.epeelalquS p. tI.
', in her husband's ear. They C I.U3K Dist,.> P.... Agent
l;: ; light of electricity' next overtake you. Doa't risk It, and above all, toe West Bay Street. Jaekaonvllle, Fla.
.r;.. terval. They were her enemy and res don'ttakatuslomelorgvialne-botharadaageroto 'W. I1.-TAYLOB '
G. p. A. .
In her from peril. ,
i, a ;young man a aHHARDWICtCP..M. ,
.d' a t' and white duck trou next day White at his own request 1 BROOKS MORGAN, A... 0,1'. A 'f
, C HER DINE (
'was'that their lips an order from the commandant

1 t t meat of the flash or '' : at Washington where be --. ;J
,S a meeting, certainly they assigned to duty. Both Mrs.!\. tae ab their virtues-none of their .
r and Mr. Walsh bore an un-f deadly] oftecto. JIP BINE takenregularly
rivals were distinctly D. W.
FENTN ,
'1 "Beckon we'd better reputation so far as Lien- the digestive will organs forestall In headaches perfect condition ,pUll ,& 'ee ': ;
White concerned but the
"No more beating was off bUloosnesa,

t; 1 wind for either of us, was surprised at Mrs. Walsh's llvei Ills keep ;you in good health; Undertakers

"4r .. Tom Bowline and soon after White's going, TRY IT TODAY and

-S f.down the beach'arm In Francisco, where her husband 50o aw Bottle. AH lsts. tt'

", partners 'In flshlng to Joined her reporting for do- Embalmers

t both are bachelor. a post near by. 01

y .... ,, JOHN t>. ktABY COOLXDOB. Sold at''Riegel'e Drug Store, I rllbar &lock. Narcissus Street ''WESTTAUM'BEACH '1iIt
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I, TUB TROPICAL STTN, WEST fAlM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 4. 1905 PAOB FIVE ,
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I 1 State Convicts Leased. shall not exceed twice the amount of the ...
GEITING READY FO.R stock Issued ." ;
by corporation: .yfit..rnrmnnmmyv.vyryvvvvvne.v'vv.vmrm.a '
A MATTER OFJIEAIT!! Tallahassee, March: 3, Florida will 'Therefore on Monday, the ijth day

I receive #55,500 more in revenua for its March 1905,- this Corporation will applyto =
His Excellency N B. BrG wavd, Governor
THE INAUGURATIONHotel 1,000 convict the coming year than it +
of the, State of Florida, fur letters K
I received! \ in rentals the last year. ,patent authorizing! the charge herein* "
The contract' was on Wednesday 1 lest before set fort b. : 0X"

Lobbies Crowded Streets awarded lo C. H Barnes & Co., of Jack P -ANTHBS' PACKING AND r HSKR.viNQ
; .
l. a.4..LS y sonville, who bid fioj: apiece for allot- COMPANY. >, : .
W. II. BLACKMERfSicretar *
.
Filled With
Strangers. Ibetn.
; and General Manager, ,
The price 'paid for the convicts now a

PUTTING OKI FINISHING TOUCHES! leased by the Consolidated Naval ;Stores. --.---

,. Company $15150'each..
Washington Almost In Shape for the Bids for Stale convicts were opened, by Editor Declines To Be Decorated From the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota 4

1 Inaugural Gov Broward and the Board of State.Irtstllutlooa St. Louis( Marsh 2.-..Edward LT Pre- .'
Exercises-Doing* of the .
'lu the executive office in the torlouu editor of the Westlich Poet, E .ti Spring. a apontaueous } ",'".Ih' '' :.t.

Flfty-Elfihth Congress in Ua Last presence'of a laiRe! numbed. of naval has declined the decoration of chancellor a.t9 ,r, of oqntaitely colored round r

D.y.. stores men at rtoou.. of the Royal"order> of Red Eat tlsllf r st Kraaa, from which baa been i
t gle,. formally tendered by the 'Impe' (
l4' The bid for the number '
highest whole f
Washington, March '.-All the laeornjng real German commissioner, Dr. .Theodore ., ; i si f j: created the marvel.oft tuoderfccommerce
that of C. H. Barnes & Co. of Jacksonville .
wa
rt ) r sralf
trains today brought In largo Yp = rah
;
; POWDER Lewald on behalf of Emperor : familiarly Known at
crowds or visitors. The ho who offered I $307 apiece for tbe
Inaugural
whole number. William The SVestilch Post Drteny E .b r t ..0."a" "Crex: : Grass Products." This '
tel lobbies crowded and the street
II! are
mentions that Mr. Pretorius has declined '
Absolutely Pure are filled with strangers. Governor The bids were' opened in the following the decoration, with thanks. In hS I 111'l' t' i '.-. wonderful grass-the world's ;

f &ISKQ SUBSTITUTE Bla / hard and staff of Louisiana, wereamong order: N the absence of Mr. Pretorius, no explanation t k ti most beautiful barvest...grows ,,

the noteworthy arrivals today M. G. Warde and Walter Ray for all Is obtainable 9 1: .. from a purely vegetable soil

and numerous civic organization. convicts. $i65 73;';; for one-third of theg,, ,

:*TIL.L LOVES "BUFFALO BILL." came on the afternoon trains. $180.35 Per head.C. Death Beats Pardon. that produce nothing else
t
The committee on street decorations H. Barnes & Co for all, {207., PUtsburg;. pa., :March 2. 'Death wona ;(Jjt} T ,'t It save tbe pretty wild ,flowers

Mr... Cody ..y. She Want T. Be ReUnited Is working hard to put the finishing A. Cord & Co., one-tbird of convicts, race with ,Justice Mere the goal 'll-Ji Jij Iii/ '; that enliven the aspect of

t with Her Hueband. touches on Ita elaborate scheme of embelllahlng ':110.95. being at the Riverside penltentlarr.1: I '. ripening grata and testify to r '

North Platte, Neb.. March :2.-The the line of parade.In R. H. Paul & Co., for all, $185.10. where James. Martin a prisoner doing / .

wife of Buffalo: Btll" declared on the the ServaU. I E. G. Rose for all, $16860. seven years on an unjust sentence of the pare and wholesome }life ;

wttaese .taffy:: that she still loves the'' The senate began Its seaaloa today I W. ]. Hllltmn, torah $174. burglary died of conrunvptlon. Marl| % / of this prairie cpuntry. .m

,.aa1..lIaued man. who, as a. dashing' by passing a bill for Incorporation .. i Enterprise Lumber Company, for one- tin some time ago convinced the judge ,
.
yoeth In big aomb'roero-aDd high boots, who sentenced him that he had not
the American academy In Home.When I third $I9 .73- The nature of the soil- t
waa her heart 40. year ego.i for {he : committed the crime, and application
Mr. Ba.UeJ"&l'esolutlon; W. for all, 195. {
J. Bryan another ,
Under the of the law- freed from all mineral substances- -makes the grasa wholly. fibre,
questioning
i discharge of the conferees on the statehood i Florida Naval Stores and Commission had been made by the courts of Pot ;
yen, she had reviewed her entire mar* bill was laid before the senate, ter county for a pardon, which would i iI ) word for adaptibility to the many methods of manufacture' : and very long }
vied ,life, arid her voice broke as 'aheveealled Company, by W. F. Coachman $187.10;
said have arrived In a few days' time. .
Mr. Bailey : I wear. Practically Is indestructible by wear.
,
for first choice .
th last Christmas day now $'55 50 per cent., se- '
"I understand that there la a bare lected. Being wholly fibre it is a sanitary productand:; moth will not attack'it.
U post that her huaband spent
,
years hope of an agreement by the conference : French Steamer Rune Ashore.
home Downing & Blount for all, $203.50. '
had
at, their Nebraska He
committee a nd so long as there !Ie New ;York, March 2.The French
seemed fond of her then. Mrs. Cody George L. Drew & Co.,$185.35 for one-
Furniture in all
I such a hope, I will not prey the reso line steamer LaBretagne, outbound for designs
"
testified, and had klased. ner an affectionate third.
In the main
lution. Havre Is aground ship )
/
Boodiby.: They were married, The resolution remained on the tax The hoard took a recess until 3 p.m.. channel near the southwest "spit New Art Sqaarc 619, 8xto 9x12. ?

she said in St. Louis-, when she was wheu the contract wee awarded.ANNOUNCEMENT. York harbor. After coming to a stop Rugs in all

3Q years' old. He wielded a whip over ble.The sundry civil appropriation bill the La Bretagne, displayed a signal indicating sizes.'A

IIbt and eight-bourse freighting teams was then laid before the senate and that she was not under con-1

that traversed the Kansas plains and the provisions which were passed over : trol. The vessel was aground only a KE
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.he followed him into the western At a special meeting of the stockholders \ M.[ E GRUBER.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA
last night were considered. The first I. of the Planters' Pecking and Pre- short time. She got free by power of E .
+ wilds. He became a hunter of buffalo ,
i of these was that relating to the serving Company-formerly the Fruti! her own engines at 12:12.
Kaunas .
for the contractors tie Fatflo '
l .genes of judges of circuit: courts of and Vegetable Growers' Association of Jacob David Rlduai", chief ralbbl of I.e I.
railroad and hiseucess- gained! for' appeals holding court outside their circuit i Delray Florida-called for tbe purpose I the Jewish Church in America Wed .

4 him the soubriquet by which h* is The' house provision allow I of amending Its charter notice of which nesday called at the office of United AAAAAt. '
now .known all over the world. wall published In The Tropical San, e
I ten dollars day.
"Not exceeding per newspaper public) rd semi-wvekly at I (States CommJsloner Shields In the ----
Mr. Platt (''Conn.)' suggested a sub-pro West Palm Brach Fla., for four consecutive Federal building in New York to
!1 Boy Pleads Guilty of Charge of Arson viding" pay for "reasonable expenses weeks --preceaiUK said meeting. at secure his first citizenship papers. -7 1
Charleston g. '{;., March 2.-Raymond actually 'Incurred' for travel and attendance which more thnn tbrnrtha ot all W. who has
', : (Bowman, the white boy who and making It applicable to stock issued was represented, said slock of J. Donovan Consolidated Stock teen and a member Pe- Solicit Your n'p
epread such terror with many fires who should at- holder did vote to amend the charter the '
"all justices or judges of said| as follows* troleum Exchange' : of New York for In 1
until his final plead guiltyto corporation
capture,
the charge of arson in the couA of tend the circuit! court of appeals held "Section II. After the period followingthe only a few months, suspended yester. otnctanaVe
N at any other place than where they word "..clvls8hle..ln the* fifth line day. It Is said he was caught both Fi;
session The evidence
was
general "
reside not to exceed $10 per day. he corporation may establish maintain ways. in e sudden stock movement. r,
convincing and the boy saw that his
The amendment was accepted, I and operate factories for the purpose of
only hope of getting a lighter sentence was also another placing the same re- canning preserving and pickling air Mrs. Mary :Miller 70 years old of

rested, in pleading guilty and asking striction the expenses of distr kinds of frtms and vegetable, and may New York committed. suicide ydrinking
the of the court. The jury. upon buy and sell produce of nil kinds, and in the of
mercy court outside their dial acid apartment a Class
judges holding sell and of the finished <
dispose! products
r %P, recommended the' plea of mercy andBowman : trlcta. '. of Its factories. I friend, Mrs Mary O'Connor at 844 BroCer-HH +' I

was sa.ed from the gallows, In the House. It was al-o voted \by .paid stockholders East Fortieth street. Mrs. Miller had er,
which the law provides, except in recommendations i to change Section VI..f. their chatter to l quarreled'with her husband: and, was !
of mercy. Theboy seta When the house convened today t. read: "The highest a amount of Indebted I I.11L Groceries s

number of fires in the space of about number of members questioned the accuracy neBS or liability to which tbe corpora I 0 .

two,.weeks, causing a toss of 40000. of the record. last night on the lion at any one Unit gball subject itSrlf '

When he was arrested by Detective: mileage question. ._ _.__. prompt liver'y, l'/Jlm"nl'll: n" \VMb. liilin, B ,lwh. Prices th
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Messrs. :Clckerman (P L), Stafford -
Brennen, he was about to take a' train I ', / same as all other. FIRST-CLASS; GROCERS.
(Net) and Macon Ark.) declared
lor-Atlanta, da.'Vest"tbulecl. To Consumers
that they voted against the propoa.tlcm Only : -

whereas they were recorded In
Charlottesvllle Train Va., March Wrecked.2.-. The the affirmative. 'Mr. Lewis (Ga.) had 'Remember you will getjyour monev back If :not Pleased."

two rear sleepers of the Washington been recorded as voting "Present," We hove he but he Insisted that he was not In thechamber
and Southwestern limited left the train taken 'DIAMOND; X" brnnii-tit-low the whoII.ICRlemall.t.tTl/.lcenJlth..IIE.IIIIon.) | -- -
the vote
when was
at Rock! Fish Va., 23 miles south of
here on the Virginia Midland division while Mr. Dwight (N. Y.) protested Every new' customer\ was n Btire convert to "Din mom) X." We hove sold .- t'

of the Southern railway. against his having been paired in favor Four Thousand Five IInnclrt'd T'otindu: of 'this Butter" in t the laetSixty Days.The .

Mrs. R. C. Robinson, of Greensboro, of the amendment.The wliolenal ptii-e fn Jnckxonville is 3 On perjb. incase lots. We- have

N. C:, lead two ribs broken and Conductor river and harbor aproprlatlonbill I I'I VI:' Hundred Found, in stuck which \\v \\ ill\\ KPto\ consumers ouly. At I5c!

d M. T. Runt of Alexandria sustained was sent to conference with lb. block 3 blocks 8 lbs, time
I )i r ; for $1.00;; not more than at one:
a: sprained knee and a bad .Messrs. Burton (Ohio), Dovener (W Ir/Il. NC

scalp wound. Va.) and Lester (Ga.) as conferees on 14 His of Sugar .$1 00 .Fresh futtolene lie.a poundArmour'a"Star

r George.. Vanderbilt, of New York, the part conference of the louse.: of the agrlculflcatlona Ham lort a pound; in paint' from 2 to 10 pounds.! OB if H '
The report .
4 and Broolts Morgan of Atlanta, assist -
ant general passenger agent of. the appropriation bill was agreedto Artnonr'n. Breakfust Bncon 15ca Rnya1BakiOrl'owder4OcponudeansLard ; >
which finally ipassed the measure. .
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1'4 Southern were among the passengers. The confereupe report of th eagri. '80 a pound Corn nod Roust Beef HP pound. cane

Dispute of Women Close Factory. tural appropriation bill was- then tal West Pnlni Bench hat a fine grave ;jnrd, but we ore not grIl'np; ?: to I e
New York, March 2.-A practical en up. The report was agreed to,
The burled in it, are yon ?
bat factories In Or. which finally passed that measure.
shutdown of six

sage N. J., has: grown out of !a dispute house the senate Insisted amendments onl Its disagreementto the Panama Pay i us s -your Cash for Groceries and Climb) Out of That Hole

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few in their employ
of
as) trimmers.a women They have been idle canal zone government bill, and t We will positively save iou 2S rents on every dollar spent tor fiioceries.RpKpecttnllr -

the bill was sent back for further con
for two days but the men in the different ,
I departments were at work finishing ference. Messrs. Hepburn. (Iowa), THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO.
l Ill.) and Adamson (Ga.), were .
the work in hand. This la :Mann ( g5sS 5yc
reappolnted\ managers on the part ol By H. J. BURKILARDT JSss3K
and women
done today and 6,000 men
.will be idle. The date on Which; the the house. t Across Tile Lake.
not Attention was next'glven to the conference ,
wage scale shall take effect has
report on the naval appropriation (. .
been fixed. ,.
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bill which represented only apartial ,
agreement. Mr. Foss (Ill.) ex
f NEWS TERSELY TOL.D.The that the proposed, increase of Tri-Weekly Sailings Between 1

', supreme court of Onto has hand- 1,200( officers and men. on the marine The Club
JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK
In fat
corps waa still In dispute. so *
valid tu
1'' + ed down a '(decision holding:
Rogers 50-year street car franchise as the conferees had agreed. the report (n40eltl'oucATee)4estaunant) Calling at Charleaton A.C., both waya. t

'' waa.adopted. THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THri:: COASTWISE SERVICE '
Uw.61x "

children were lulled today by an Charged with Perjury. THE CLYDE NEW ENULAM) AKD SOUTHEltN( LINES
avalanche whIch! overwhelmed the March 2.W.T. .
Montgomery, Ala.,
bouse, of a peasant! near AuasenriUfT Direct Service Between
citizen of An
t Paul, a prominent t -
BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
Austria.A .' JACKSONVILLE ,
ten .
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dalusia, Covlngtoa county has been arraigned AND ALL, EASTERN POINTS. .i
message announcing the death of before the United States com .
Calllnn .at Charleston' both way. ,
a' former United State. Senator Edward missioner on a. charge of perjury In Breakfast Imncheon Dinner KKMI.WEKKLY!: SAILINGS.

1'y'l "Wolcott, of CuJorado who has been connection!, with an affidavit! made / Southbound From Lewis' Wharf Bctflofc

ojollrnln .,In Italy bas; been received against Sin ."a Carroll III a land case. AT ALL HOURS ." Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville

a Im Denrery\ He waa ,bond over to the grand jury ./

r I The'"waUs of the Central Methodist and was released on making the required : '. -- f CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE .

V church, left standing by the recent fire bond.Railroad. Between Jacksonville and 3anford. '

at Hot ,Springs, Ark., fell, Instantly '"'
G killing Special Officer Sam White and ate Married. Special I' '"Orders Received .; for Parties Stopping at Palatka Intermediate, Astor, St.Landings Francis on, Bareslord the St. Johns(fDeLand River) and,
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seriously injuring an unknown visitor. New York. :March 2.-The published of Three or lore% '; ; "" {
Three-year-old Alfred BabinI lost his statement that Daniel G. Reed ot )few R City of Jacksonville"Steamers

life and the members of the family: oi York chairman of the board of directors .' I Fred'k T> Y> "
__ e : :
ary
ot the Rock: Island railroad, bad ,
Mrs: ;Sarah :Colegrove of Corning N. Are appointed to Mil a. lollow.i-t.unve J..ck..nvm.. dally except Saturdays at 8:80 p. m S
married In London Is authoritatively
death been
T.. had a narrow Escape from recently Returning leave 5anford,daily except, Sundays at 1:80 a.m.
denied by his business Open To Members Only
,; In a fire. which burned the Colegrove _
I associates in: this city. Mr. Reed Is Southbound 8C1hed.l.. fortbtmuiid
home. 1 SEASON OP ,.
, ices Read down. Read no
'!a Charle Yarnall has. been hanged at not In London but Is now on his way Leave 3 jo pm .. ... ......... ....JACKSON VtlXB. ... ..... ..... ........Arrlv. > oo urn
for the murd ofBella ;to Palm Beach 'to-Join his daughter. .. ..' pm........... ................ PALATKA....... ...... ..... ..... XJT... oo pro
l FhHudelphta Pa. 't Yar- ,---- d or tivorfe ra j main ............. ..".......??..ASTOR ..... ..-.._..... .... .... e jo pm .
l Boyee. On May; 1903 No Duty on Shamrock Seed. .* 4 30 am...... .......... ....... .. ."'t'. FRANCES........... .. ......... too pmi'
nail removed! the, burner from, a. lamp --.- ... _.. __. .... .... ... .....BPJ".BSFORDCP.UND.M-. ... .. ... I copra
t poured oil over the girl and set her New York.March 2j -A Philadelphia Mrl..I jo am.. ._.... ...........":...........SANrjRD ... .... .....w ** SOHIII..
,i on Are. revenue' 'colector, who 'attempted to "tO OUain...."............_._..........KNTEK P RISE__-....?....."."...""...." "to fIO tine t
{i assess. imports on shamrock seed from CITY MEAT MARKET
One of the new,'battleship?! author Ireland} at,30 per cent advalorem: has : General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St, Jacksonville
pending appropriation
i s se4 will In the''be naval It lit state, the been reversed by a ruling of the boardof Florida _ad Weslern Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs.!; K. II!. tlU'NMUNUEI(..lr..",.."tUen'IPSMagt355WadBaySL.Jaekaonvtite. H-.
i bill Jtftmod, .
I'8nera.t'ap'pnJ..n here. 'The Importers Wt..000PERJr. FrclfiblArl- C. LOV Jo: L.l'ItPI.,
South ''Caro'U' /Th request that Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention. root of HoB"a street JuntmaYlllc P1oH t..
complain that the seed should A.C. ITAOzRTY'Oenlset'era.a.Aaa.NeWTotk.: CLTI+BMILNIiOe.7Pr'SAr1N.T'' .
s : the ship .be, so hamed'wu Dlde'lY WM.. P. O LT: i r41 VU.. .
seed: ,V1IKU O. OaR, *
the psealdenC" be j,allowed free entry. a* vase Jefferson :Block WEST PALM BEACH ( *** 6.I8..er&lIe.le>
] warn sustained. rCb Mbrauiil h BnUdiaC' 1" BUM Sweet New jerk
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.. SHORTEST ROUTE TO. pletion of the railroad i* of far more sigcifibance and Brothers Schmid and Knufma.iu; l n" w' ''' L a o. .s, 0 ... .,. -.. :+--: ?*r>*iI. -
1 that one copy be spread on our minutes; .
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for it means that the route ''''
t THE PANAMA. CANAL. from the United States to the canal, by I one copy to the Fraternal Record antione i I 1-0:, I 'I ,
ry u- ,W. I.. JV1ETCALF\ GUY I. METCALF ?
I way of the Island City,would be shorter copy to The Tropical Sun for! pub 'J. I :
rr Contluunil from pace't. than auy other in existence'or:: ; any which lication. J. F. HOFFMAN, Attorney and Counseller-at-Law. r Notary Public. and.Conveyancer. ;
on the islands will make the extension WM. THORN,' '
/ :: could be projected. By going arouna the j
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one of II the costliest pieces of railroad western coast of Cuba, the terminus ol D.. W. FBNTON, .

mileage ever built. beaides being the the raiiroa'd extension would be but 1,200 Committee from Haymakers and' Red: i

most remarkable from an engineering miles from Colon, so that steamships Men. TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE A
standpoint. But the ndvantares,which having a speed of fifteen knots an hour
.. : will be gained by carrying out the pro- could readily cover the distauce In less Off! for Cuba.Mr. .
ject are such that in the end it will douht- than four days. With the vast market Henry M, Flagler Mr. J. R. Par- '
.:k less repay the company promoting the which will be opened up to the Eastern rott, first vice-president of the Florida
:, project. It may be needless to say that 'and Southern portion of the United East Coast Railway; Sir Wm. VanHoru, i. ; :
r.,, one of the principal sources. of revenue States and the benefits which will accrue Mr' and Mrs. J. C. Meredith and Mr. Abstracting Titles a Specilaty.
Yr of the Florida East Coast line comes especially to the Southern cities when Fleming left on the Martinique this ,01'
1. ", from the throngs of tourists who visit the waterway is finished, the future=! possibilities morning for a visit to Havana and other t f .
"tropical Florida each winter in search of of Bach a route as is proposedto places in Cobs, Mr Flagler aid party >> ,
,, health and recreation, as well'as"locations Key West can be realized. Fortunately I go as the guests: of Sir Wm. 'Van Horn, r
,,. for frult-grewing and the various it has one of the best'barbdrs of who is president end builder of the t .
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t branches of agriculture. Since its completiou any city on the South Atlantic or Gulf I Cuban Central Railroad, and who WHS Fu.r nislaed
tl
I I -* Cottages :
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l : A very large area of Ceutral and coast-of sufficient dimensions to accom- also the builder of the Canadian Pacific YL- ::
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', .. Southeastern Florida bas been settled by modate a large fleet of sea-going vesnels., Railroad, and for a long time its presi M ,
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..l people not only from the Southern States, while one of the entrances to the harbor dent. Mr. Flagler bat not been to Cubain :

sk. b but from other sections of the country, has no less than thirty-three feet of five yearn und was anxious to take a l '....1 tl:.y .
;, and much of the''' country adjacent to itt water at low tide-enough to float a trip through the island to observe the: 7" .
+ t converted into orchards and 'vegetable steamship carrying 11,000 tons of cargo. I many improvements that have been "
13, f ; 't gardens from which come much of the In fact, the harbor of Key West is noted made. After reaching Havana Mr.Flag.ter ,, i Special Tourist Forms for protection of per80n1 -

$ fruit and truck which supply the North- for being easy of access, while there i is will accompany Sir William on a trip \' FIRE INSURANCE effects,. wearing a PPare1 ADd I jewelry,
.t.t i ern markets in winter. A series of pleas ample room for constructing the necessary over the Cuban Central and will visit! ',>q, of travelers-Good in transit by rail or,water ;

.r ire: and health resorts has been established terminals, such as wharves, warehouses all places interest in the Interl?{. Th'e'purty :t and anywhere in America, Europe; Mexico or Canada.
,: '. n for fully. ISO miles along the Atlantic and elevators -The! Tradesman. will return to Miami in time to be i

.$. ,. ,;. coast ol the peninsula. The proposed preaenUaurlng the Dade County Fair.- 4
y 1' extension, however, will bring Will Complete Rock Road. Miami Metropolis, Tatmday. .
t l'V' within reach of the'traveler the series of ---------- q .
r During the coming summer an excellent
'keys referred to, some wbicb, are ea- Christian Science Services. '
fi I J ipecially favorable' their climate_ and rock road will be completed all the IIF NOTARY PUBLIC WILL AT ANY TIME ON :
by
APPOINTMENT
r way from Miami to West Palm Beach. First Church of Christ, Scientist, up CALL .
jlp. + ,Iii'',' surroundings for winter resorts, whtle The portion of the rock road already stairs in Masonic" Temple, west of Bank, J. _" ) : \ i'. ,
,:' the soil upon them is so fertile that fruit built and leading north from Miami to on Clematis: avenue West Palm Beach. \'
and! vegetables! are nor? grown in surprisingly Fort Lauderdale will 'widened and Sunday services at 3 p m ; Sunday-school
: t wI ? large quantities being carried, rolled perfectly smooth, and wherever at 3:30: p.m.; testimonial meetings at 7:30 'L
I ';.;' already intimated, to Key West.which
grp.a first third and
on
1 possible and p.m. Wednesdays 8
curves
v sharp
unnecessary
.. r+ ( forms the. principal market for the Island turns will be avoided. in month. All are cordially invited to OFFICE NEXT TO BANK, WEST PALM ;BEACH. '
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\111\ I \ growers, Eventually this road will\ be extendedto these services. ry, i irw
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The city of Key West itself however, ...
Jacksonville, and will enable automobilists ,h+Q.K1>..,KA10 *vs ft 'i'f.. ..,,.. pE.:+ ioE .,.'uoEK o ft. oE At
is capable of such develoument by the to drive through from that city to When tllllous try a dose of Cham 1S
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building of railroad giving it connection Miami in a day. Such a driveway would berlaln'a Stomach and Liver Tablets -
+ i i ( with the rest of the country that it bring not hundreds but thousands of aulomobillsts and realize for once how quickly a BARGAINSin i
is not an exaggeration to say it may to Florida. Other sectionsof first-class up-to-date medicine will correct -
.
fr+ i.. eventually become one of the greatest the state would build roads connecting -' the disorder. For sale by all dl'ug4glstl THE. MODEL PHARMACV:
y ,tt seaports of the United States. 'So little with this main : and medicine dealers. 't,
highway: ,and Florida ..
i ss p is it known that its geographical: local l j REAL; ESTATEPalm Has '
n { would then become more than ever popular : settled down to business for 1905, ;
r ton[ be
not Asa
may appreciated matter -
as a winter resort state.MiYJi'News ; Beach Residence Lot-Two miles ,
t, o of fact, fully 200 tulles nearer the Entering
north of Pomclana for sale at a bargain. the new year we
1 i entrance to the Panama canal than any i Pineapple Plantation and Residence-forty 1 < "
'u other American city, being much more "Sermons by toe Devil." See it- Get Lane five acres, on canal, near Jupiter, ten
..tF' Conveniently situated than either New read it. At Idner's.Resolutions i i; ,1'. acres sbedded nines! first class 9-room ]Mean to do our best
house windmill, tank, piping, for sale
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f' Orleans Galveaton to do
or in thin respect, your a .
;, while it is in such proximity to Havana of Sympathy. t very cheap for cash. Apply to On all occasions,to keep on'hand! ....

'I i that, if the business warrants it. {a ferry The following resolutions were adopted Gas Engine WALLACE R. MOSES, D '
i : ser vice could be established which would at the last meeting of Hvpolnxo Haymakers West Palm Beach. ue supply of Perfumes, Soaps 'tEeu
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not only carry passenger but freight Association, No. a6tf. and Hypo Repairing ;
r i cars across the Gulf in four hours allowing luxn Tribe, No. 26, Improved Order of The Realty Mortgage Company of de Cologne and other articles a j
West Palm Beach, Fla., has an abundance \ i )
a round trip In he made Red Men: '
every J of funds) ,to loan farmers. o9t Likely
}. day With a laud connection\ : by rail, Whereas, It Las pleased the Supreme to please our customers
21 Havana c' uH be made the real terminus Architect, Builder and Supreme Chief .1,

; of the Florida East Coast Line,,so far as Haymaker of the Universe to destroy the .... ___ __"""" A..___ _._ .__' Peep; In on our new and ,
c its freight business is concerned, since home and effects of our Companions and ,' !' ?..-. ." ; 1 1t :
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is carloads in bulk could be shipped lo Key Brothers( Schmid and Kauf mann we can t Handsome display of BA BATH-ROOM .
t West, thence to Cuba by ferry without only say the Lord giveth, the Lord I & 'II' ,: !
J-larms
: unloading until arriving at their desti- taketh, blessed be the Lord who doeth { Epps Accessories & see what adds '
nation on the island As the Florida all things well; be it therefore :I
+ Cast Coast Line would Resolved, That (Real '
form a highway we extend to our Companions HIGH-GRADE comfort to lavatories
h by which Key West would be connected and Brothers Schmid and Kauf- I 'I

not only wjlth the South, but the United mann our sincerest sympathy and tender i nixing;,Drugs Is Seientrfieally'done %
: ar States in general, the importance of such them all the assistance in our power; Men's Furnishings Shoes"Sole : 1
a scheme, if carried out, can be and be it further At "
As to the connection reallzm'l Resolved That one copy of these resolutions our Store where delicious Ice
i West and the Panama canal, the com I be presented to Companions CREAM from Famous BILTMORE

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Write- -- YOU Agents for this_ City, for the ?.following You may have served to you ;\

Strong Lines of flerchandiseShoes ,
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y t. ', ,,,1,p ;a ; :Big ; EVERY ARTICLE "Uanl ter" Shoe, $5.00 and $0.00 i

ry The "Crossett" tlhoe,13, |4 and $5 ,West Palm Beach e

WE ADVERTISE' The Harailtou Drown" Shoe! f 2 to $4: i ij'b

f Cataloue[ I \ '

Is as Represented e Shoes for WomenThe Town Lots, 1

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free

:I:. --&. S The "Petera"LaFrance Shoe Shoe, $3.50, f 3.00.and $3.50 GIio.e-e!
i for d Resideuce
J .. : n L Lot l: : E :

the All Firsts ," !r'! ,
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tt fiatsGluett
No a up
asking. Seconds. ,
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fir; one-third cash, balance by semi-annual ..t
Only $1.95 Pair : Shifts
per '. installments; on reasonable time accord
F' O. B. Factory. Three yard. long each, and oue yard wide. Fancy oriental ing.1io'pri'ce of lot. ,
tripes 'in combination of ted, green, blue and 'bronze', Dstp,'fancy knotted. ,
7 ;a fringe to matcii.s. -1 .Our.Shoes are at HomerIn For pJatrf) and f full Information apply to t y

a J. 'B.e.M cGI11LkEY; vEyery: household WALLACE ,K. NOSES/' l:

Agent Coast .
Florida., East
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Bargain 'FUBITUaRE: : House Palms Block' .... West Palm "Beach; 'Fla.:) West Palm Beach ent''Iepartmeot.. r
Florida. '
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