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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 8, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i; TALKS BACK: WILL ERECT HEAVY DOCKET' NORTHERN' H.OTELIST

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pt\ ; AT BOARD OF, TRADE. C.some Stowers Store Avenue.to on Build Clematis Hand- Spring May: Term Last Weeks.On Two in .or Session Three and ON PALM BEACHThe > 11





ti The City Council met in regular ses Received 'from Mr. W lllngton, .:.. ... 6 00Total following, from "Short Talks" In over i 600, and The Breakers was also

lr : I .' .. ,. ,... ... _$778._iln r Clematis Avenue is soon lo have an- Monday the Circuit Court for the the Times-Union of Sunday will be interesting I full and running over. Talk about
Seventh Judicial Circuit opened its
spring
present( Deposited III bonk by Treasurer- .. :.. 77$ 25 other business block, which Is to be' In Miami. reading to many who have no sights,' be added'suddenly 'Let me tellyou ?
.
I term
vMl'
: B. :Hater, President, in the chair and In his' poamnuilnn" .,.... .. ..... --1 built.of stone with iron and plateglassfront. There are 33 criminal cases now on conception of the magnitude of the great I something, gentlemen. I have been

," Aldermen McDonald Farrish Potter, DlHbursenipnts lor February .... lt87! 02', the docket to be tried, among them two botels at Palm Beach: in the hotel business many years- I
As material be secured
:f' :SSirkin and Wellington soon as .can I
J After roll-call and before the reading Tile Street. Sanitation and* Improve-I and placed on the ground, Mr. J. C. on charges of murder. Northern, hotel manwho has been, have stood in the great kitchens of the!!

\{ of the minutes Aldermen Parrish: arose ment Committee reported as to the work Stowers will commence thejereciion of a Five appeals will be heard from judgments coming\ to Florida for many years, has ; Waldorf-Astoria and watched that long ; rt

(stood lip -an attitude so unusual during of paving completed on certain streets, modern store room on his lot opposite : rendered by the City Court1 of just returned from a critical survey of I procession of good things going upstairs alts,
Miami. the,East Coast and declares with much with the monotonous regularity1' '
the Sun office. The building ;
# the deliberations of the Council as to except the rolling. The cbvirman also Tropical
be startling), and said: "Mr. President, will be one story and will have a frontage The docket civil cages ia quite long; emphasis that never, in all his experience I of clock work but when the head stew

I move that the rules for the government'of reported that the' streets are being seri !: on Clematis avenues of twenty-lout but does not involve cases of very greator has he seen so great a rush or such ard of the Royal Foincinna asked me to

(the City Council be enforced." ously damaged; by certain "rough shod"horses feet and a 'depth of sixty-five feet. It public importance. a scarcity of accommodations for late :j "step in the kitchen" a moment and see
rigidly
Motion: seconded and unanimously car in use in the city, and advised the will be built of. patent hollow concrete The criminal cases now on the docketare comers. j dinner served,," *! realized: that, one is '
Of such'shoes within the be in
use city ,! never too old to learn and that the
ried. blocks making it absolutely fire and : His experiences at Miami were peculiarly ve

Taking the act and word of the Alderman terdicted. water proof.It Aaron C&llins. assault with intent to interesting;: and instructive. Being 1 acme of modern- 'hotel'( art has been. '! ,; '
This to be "cork-
proposition proved
a $ *
murder. member of the hotel reached in Florida. ,
inconnectioii the reporter supposedthat is understood that the building has a profession \
er" for the Council and was left in statu
special reference was had to Rule for future consideration! already been leased!' for a term of years Adam Stephens, assault with intent to this wayfarer naturally received a warm | 'Three hundred and twenty waiter, ,

,which recites that "No memberwhilethe quo murd r. wclcoune at the Royal Palm; but was con. i gentlemen continually rushing through, "t
13 The Tax and License Committee '
reported {
Council is in session, shall offer any the uonrpaytnent; 'of certain li Pretty Works in Art. Bert Freeman: assault! with Intent to siderably taken aback when Clerk Me- 1 those ever-swinging; doors, in two; Solid t l

murder.Bruce. Auliffe politely informed him that there black-coated lines-one coming and the
motion
make remarks
or any : or speakon contractors licenses attracted Monday
especially Many were ,
r subject under discussion without. censes persons Andrews, murder, was not a place in the house, short of a other going. And in all that great apart** '
any It was finally decided that existing ordinances in passing M. B. Gruber's furniture
; first rising,, addressing and 'being recog- covered the ground and the store by three very handsome pieces of George Scott, robbery: blll\rd\! -table, in which they could put ment, with all its noble array of nlisten-; ,; y

nized by the President,*' et slg. How Jacob Croskey, breaking and entering.!: him. 'About that time,' explained the ing ranges and burnished utensils ebip I ;J
Collector was directed to interview the work In burnt wood which were on exhibition
oft It is that our fondest hopes: are blighted ; in the show window. Perhapsthe Mary Croskey grand larceny.R man from the North, 'I conc'uded to ing like the sun at noonday, not a sauna'' ti

!! delinquents II. Allan, assault with Intent to hunt a room in a private house.!' Did I was heard-not a voice was raised:::'not 1
The Jhet Light and Water "mmltteereported prettiest of the three was a reproduction
;: mivrder. find one? Oh, yes, several of them-but a, word was spoken All that complicated -
The minutes corrected and
were read through Chairman Sirkin that of Rip Van Winkle which was the
!. ;: Emma Gordon grand larceny. they all happened tobeoccupied, and r machinery moved on, like some" ,
approveCommuuicitions/ two few: hydrants have been installed. center ot the, group, and which repre- r" 'dJ,
then taken May Wilson, grand larceny.; soon learned that such rooms in Miami'< vast organism animated from above;and. ,. ,
were up He stated that In some the new sents "Old, Rip" as he awakes from his r "v'
respects '
.
Will Raney and Will Patten assault were held at $8 and $9 a "'week!' and with. my friends concluded the old gentleman ; f r
and a paper from the Mayor,embodyingrecent hydrants did not conform to the old in long slumber in the Catsldlls. Here and '
with intent to murder. out board mind you and they were not reverently as be brushed a speck'
with the Eureka
correspondence of their and it was there the the mountain
goblins
some adjustments, are
; Benjamin Cokely, murder. held long, either even at that price. I of dust from bit immaculate white vest,
Hose Company was read The company ordered that those installed and'others scenery is perfect, and those who have
Jim Johnson breaking and enteringwith must have walked two miles before I 'when my old acquaintance Steward
desires the issuance of a warrant for indebtedness '
to be installed, should oe made like the seen Joseph Jefferson in his masterpiecewill
inter struck modest Blank, came to and said in his
t to commit a felony. a little habitation displaying up see me
of the city for hose purchased old odes in all respects this matter to be readily recognize America' dean of
Wm. Carter breaking and entering the usual sign 'Furnished Roomsto best dress-coat manner-oh, he had on
In advance of maturity.The intrusted to the chief of the fire depart. actors. On the right of "Old &ip" was
Ernest assault intent to Rent.' In this his glad all right I
Davis vfllli case the 'rooms' provedto rags can assure! you
advise such
desired
to a
Mayor ment. representation of Literature, while to
murder. be 'singular' and not pluial-siugu- -when Blank said in that suave Moet
course and the Council approved his Parrisb side. entitled "Music."
Aldermaa to the left
inqulie.l as
was a piece
l<>. .y Robert Johnson, assault with intent to tar, too, in that it was! vacant. However' and Chandon voice of his: "Colonel, this :
action. walks not yet laid'. Information was These pretty pieces are the handiworkof
murder. It was not long in that solitary condi ii my dinner hour-join me in my pri-
L A, communication was then read from given that the city h.td not the means Mr Henry P ttit, pf; Pelican .Lodge,
tion. Thet little vate rooul"-even there Christianfriends
grand ,
Charley Jones, latceny. room cost me $4 a my
School Supervisor B. McGinley, relative to lay such walks The Clerk was or- whose 'many I1nd'varied works of art
Nathaniel Boyd, grand larceny. weekboys, and was dirt cheap at the my anticipations of quail on '
to trash and litter! in the public dered to assess! Against ownerswith their have interested not only West Palm I
Charley Reese breaking and enter- price too. toast and filet of boeuf a la Chateaubri
school lot and its removal. This subject all such have been Beach hundreds and '
taxes! sums as paid people, but perhaps
Ing. 'When I got; down to Palm Beach!' ,' and were perceptibly dimmed by regret T
instigated much discussionmore or I less 'I
by the city for plumbing. thousands of visitors who annually
James Jones shooting with intent to continued the veteran, 'I found the crowd that I could not longer stand and drink
-excited. From it an uninformed spec Tile officers' report is as follows: visit the city and, incidentally, Pelican I' ;
and The i in what was to a hotel man, at least h ha
greater, more gorgeous gayer; 'I *
tator might/ have concluded that the public City taxes.. ... ... .. ...... ...... .....* Grit 78LIci'UsuH Lodge, kill.C.. Marten obtaining goods under false 'house count" at the I I most inspiring and instructive
,
school ia a burden and not a great .. .......... ............... BO\ 50 The pieces were! packed up yesterdayand Royal Poinciana spec- -.JII"
public benefit. Finally it was agreed, Court CoHtN1. flniw. ... .. '" 161 00 shipped to Miami where they are pretenses.Tom the day of my arrival, was something j i tacle. rr.J

Trash collect! u e .. ....,. ... ..... 6 00. Crutcber breaking and entering. 1
motion that the City Scavenge'should ;
on ; today on, exhibition in the Art Depart -----
Gilliard assault with intent
remove trash and ]litter pieced in i Total. .. ..... .... ... 77S 26Ituluniia ment of the County Fair. to Timothy mcrder. Meeting: of School Board. A petition from -colored citizens asking -

boxes and barrels. A. the reporter un ... The Tropical\ Sun is pleased to announce
In hank' February \, t 05 Walter Cox entering without break. The Dade County Board of Public Instruction for a summer school, was received
derstood the city agrees; to remove the DeponitmlHince" February 1..... ... 1.O20: 83 th\at as soon as the Fair is over
of of trash and lit ing, with intent to commit a misde met: yesterday in Miami with and ordered that same be granted!' and
contents receptacles and the pictures have been returned to ,
Total 1 .. .. .. .. .. $1,089 meanor.W. be: following present: Messrs. Eli Sims school to be opened in .
ter when filled and conveniently placed.In their they will be presented, to July 1
connection Alderman Farrish Expenditures during: month ..... '1IHT 02 owner L, Burcb, assault with intent to First District; E. W. J, Parrish. Second The following warrants were drawn
this .... the West Palm Beach Library Associa District
murder W. M. Burdine ChniruianThird
,
stated that he would place a man on the ..... ....... fl58 07 tion. ; and ordered paid:
Sxaess o:expenditure* $ under
Neal Contort
obtaining goods District, and R. E. Hall, Superintendent
grounds at his own expense to give the W. M. Burdine, telegram;: and supplies fi{
The following preamble and resolution -
false and
Furniture for
Sale. pretenses.
lot a thorough cleaning in the hope thatit Secretary. $2.75.: tI
were introduced by Alderman Mary Bruin, receiving siolcn property. The minutes of last read
meeting were
will be kept cleaned. I will dispose of some of my household ; E. R. Lntupp, moving desks*Miami ,Jf
Sirkiu! :- Wm. R. Healey assault with intentto and approved.The .
A communication from the Mayor was furniture at private sale. Call at Spltzer: $:l.95.
Whereas: It Is to establish -
read suggesting that the Couucil refund necessary Cottage Olive street. murder. Superintendent reported having R. G. Lee wood for West Palm Beach a
the a system to enable us to keep a Wm. J. Wilson forgery, visited several schools In the county and r
a percentage ot the license paid by MRS. W J. :MCLAREN. 269. ,
watch on the night officer during the Albert Cox, grand larceny. the work being done in most cases was Miami
last Printing Co.
Street carnival week to be donated printing reports,
to the Miami Rifles. night-time and thereby enable us to v Fiber wage cbolors at Gruber's.WantedWoman Samuel Bolding, grand larceny, entirely satisfactory.The $8.06. '

make such officer perform his duty Jamelll\Iorton. robbery. Superintendent also that
In this connection a petition from sun- reported II. F. Scruggs;: & Co., plumbing Miami -
faithfully Charles Robinson, grand larceny. Mrs. Value Perry had been obliged;: to .
for house ,
read the } $4.57.Dade '
; dry citizens was bearing upon genera .
err
Therefore Be it resolved the
City
: by '
matter of the license paid by the carnival work; must be'iocxl cook; white pre resign her position as Principal of the County Furniture Co., supplies,
Council that the committee be, Bicycles for rent at 20 cents per hour-
proper school at Boynton on account of the ill '
ferred. Permanent if satisfactory. Stuart $1.88.
and asking th't the Council place
company, and is hereby instructed to provide to cents per hour, after the first hour.R. of .
her mother and that Miss
ness Lulu
c signify its views {in the premises.On Apply Box 444, city fe25 tf E. M. Graves, transporting pupils. No.
such a system without any delay what B. Porter's Bicycle: Store Olive street.tf Vause bad been appointed temporarilyin
n, 53.76..
motion it was ordered that the
A stock of baskets Gruber's.
large at
ever. c
Mayor be notified of the refusal of Council her place. It was ordered that the Mrs. N. J. Pickett, Janitress, West

r to agree to his request and that the referred The resolution to the Finance watt committee adopted and for appointment the board.of Miss Vause be approvedby Palm Beach, Ji6.n.HatchettDeeamara. p

be referred to him Co., supplies,;5,58.
petition of citizens
action The plan looks to the 'pur MAY '
BOYNTON SOON The Superintendent teported that he
for consideration, W. II: Chaille & Son, supplies, f 17 78,
of
chase and use by the policeman, a
1 waif in receipt of letter from Prof. C. R.
BanyafrtWreet Miami News rubber stamps $
1r A of property owners on l. 3.22. q
;_ petition clock or watch having twelye keys, Ross stating that, on account of the sera
Mrs. E. \ i Miami1
for the removal, nearer the Dahlenhurg, Jan tress. ,
RIVAL HASTINGS '
+ .;. ; Corresponding: with twelve stations to one illness of his wife tie would be tin. 2688. '
r of certain electric and telephone
cnro,
be established at each of which the
able to teach the unexpired term at the
J. H.
Rowley, transporting pupllsNa.II
poles, was read. be ----- '-'-" .
\ instrument is to "punched. Cutler school.
On motion| was Ordered that that the the $73.58.
superintendents of the electric and telephone President Baker thought that' dispatch from 'Boynton to the New and made a much more rapid growth On motion it was ordered by the board M, E. Grnber, supplies, $16 31. 1
.;
Councilin retaliation 'or the Council ,
I companies be requested to move jibes York Fruit and Produce News says! than those planted of other varieties at that,, as at this period it is difficult to C. U. Raulerson commissions, $26.9/>.
had received end looking to the public I
'''I'' the poles complained of, and one,, also, good,should nudge the Board of Tradeon "Heretofore Spalding'a Rose 4 has the same time. The potatoes were shownto secure any kind of teachers and as Inc Eli Sims, mileage!' and per diem,$19.20. t

under direction of the the News representative and already patrons mostly have their children em E.W. J, Parrish milage and 1)erdiem
on fresh water, of drainage been the standard seed In this
the subject assisting ( locality
potatoes the size of peas had formed ployeu on the tomato farms, that, the $15.20.

Street Committee.of the Standard Oil Company company to remove the obstacles in |Its but it Is likely to be auperceded- by a new thickly on the vines. Mr. Stevens reports school there should not be reopened fo r W. M. Burdine mileage and per diem,
The petition '
way To this end Alderman Parrish variety which seems especially Adapted thatall of his seed the present, and that arrangements will
'.,;I regarding removal of its tanks was came np makIng ; $300iThe:
moved and the motion was seconded to this section, a fine, regular stand and a marked be made later to have the school re- financial statement for the monthof

granted.The Committee reported as that the Board of Trade be requested by "N. J. Ward dealer in Washington, contract to other kinds planted in a similar opened la the summer. February was submitted by the:Supera" .,'
; Finance the Council to direct its attention to securing has customer who has had
", a great success : manner The Chairman reported the receipt o f intendent and approved,

'f l. ,follow: the right of way.so that the drainage )- with a new variety: of spud, which "L. H. Parker who has a fine orange/ a letter from the Russian Consul General There being no further business. the. ,
;, 'MAItSIIAt. ,AND COLLECTOR'S BEPUBT company can proceed with- the work he fa. anxious to introduce into '
Florida. and at New York making a that Miss board R. E HALL
grapefruit here full request 'adjourned.
I Collectedtau.: .. ..... .. ............ 3IU 7Collectcp of draining the large area of v valuable He lent two barrels of the grove/ expects a ,
; seed to Wm. Ilia trees lost Molander be paid In full for the school: Sec' and
crop leaves but ,i SupU
license ... .. ... ...,. lit Bl many ,
'. -Collected:: coats and flnea '...., 161 00 lands lying to the west of this city and Boynton, and a barrel to one or two the wood was unhnrt and new foliage year and in addition, her traveling ex-

-.- section. other planters. Mr. Boynton plantedone and blossom bnda are coming oat. pentea from\, Virginia and return. The Attention,,Tourists I ,

',. : Total...... ..... ... .. .. ..... ... $773.2! After payment of February bills, the barrel and gave the other to RobertS. "John Wilson's trees are coming; out Chairman reported: having replied respectfully Make your\ arrangements for the season r
f t Turned over to the Treasurer. Thar wer*. ''Board adjourned. Stevens of lIe also '
Hastings. planted finely. He Is a colored farmer and has declining as such coursewould 1905-6 novel! Several fnrnlabed
In full 1 paid cot.lages .
.: : ::33 tarn: -in all; :Ut( paid cad ; '
q, n liIiioot .oin. !and worked noine 3 .are workluj time' Everything In the printing line. at some Rose 4 on the same day and mall but thrifty potato patch b* contrary to law. from.. $150 to.:$400#for'the season
.' -* Ca..b with the aame cultivation), aDd application "J. V, Atkinson Is It was ordered that the Chairman\ and "
n th..treetM .f161.I .The Tropical Sun. and all work executed' : hustling to fiU or. Superintendent be authorized to take Ready for occupancy November i",. Address -, rl'r

I CLELRKANlf/ TltKASURER'H REPOUT. In. the very; neatest and latest of fertilizer!, The result has been deri for barrels at his factory; He turns such action in the matter as be circumstances Lock Box 419, West Palm Beach,

from 3larabei..i.. .... f112 28 style ot the art. very gratifying as every bill came up out several hundred a week" demand

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KEY TURNED OVKA TO .r--

THE TROPICAL SUN. LAST MEMBER OFDAVIS'JJABINET ,

I Mardi Oraa, Carnival Ho4 U Absolute THESIRKIN A.........
; PlonMr Paper et Dud County, Florldf.PuMlibed Sway In New Orleans
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DIES New Orleans, Ma.rehmth bright

'1 and and sunshiny weather thAI temperature
l.;)VV ; Every Wednesday Saturday
r I r At w.aT PALM. UIAOH.PAPI COUNTY,FLOMIDASUBSCRIPTION I svbov sixty, the carnival of 1M.8 'CO. q UsefulArticle

Death Claims Judge John H. was ushered la today and though { rt ?
i the Inauguration deflected much ttv

PRICE $3,00 PER YEAR Reagan, of Texas. .1 that usually cornea south at this DRE88ElfS TO MEN >k to the happy home if the I leer

.' .1 season of the year, an immense multi.
tude of strangers are in the city arriving cream freezer. It Is used In
DEMI K RESULT OF ''
PNEUMONIAHa
Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y,,
trains constantly pouring large
; making-some of the many
V CHAS. B. KENDALL, Hanafcr.Kutered accessions. The hotels have long OUTING SHOES \
l Held the Portfolio of POO>tmute, ieaii1HF''
l,, rl sine beea crowded to their capacity luxury-dislgs that tickle our J Jpa.late"
; I. General |i> Confederate Cabinet. houses filled! Ef
boSxTddng are throughout
and
V ,b at the Pontofflce of Weat Palm Bench f Every housewife ,
+a
1; 5"+,, ''k'' a. aecond-clam matter. Sine/ War Ha a Been U. 8. Senator, the city. There Is an unusually '

a IV; t I't'yr' Dlatrlct Judge, R. R. Ct mm d'' locomotive will consume on an housing parties who have come, to the Were Your Feet
Houston, Tex., March 6.-.Judg. Johfl festivities and many found accommodation
.' y average, 5,000 worth of coal per annum H. Reagan; sole surviving' member of on boats. 'The feature of the Ever Tickled P : White Mountain Freezers !

::j : ,and for a road having an equipment the confederate cabinet died at Palestine day was the arrival of Rex. He 'came
keep
locomotives tbe coal Tex., this morning:, aced 86 atx.-B.rd the United States atea.mer are the best that can be purchased anywhere for money. We
1 of 1,000 years, of pneumonia. (Stranger, attended by a large and brilliant They will be,- and hi a most pleas- ,

l bill is.approximately $5,000,000. Because of his advanced age the retinue and a naval fleet gaily inp 1 :way if you wear one ol : them and will be pleased to show you one.

: death of Judge Reagan/ ,, was not unex decorated for the occasion and hi was. OUR SHOES. A valuable book of recipes with each freezer.

The St. Augustine Record throws I pected. He was In this city on Thursday received by a: large military and civic

transacting. bulnesa. Wen he escort and a vast assemblage of loyal
out ,the following timely warning;: II returned home the family' physician subjects at the foot of Canal street, I .. Hatchett-DaGamara Hardware CO.,

--11F yj1 "With the coming of March it is time visa called In, Judge Reagan complaining whence he traversed the principal In Elk Soles ]

cautiou the ef trouble in his lungi. On Sunday streets to the city hall where Mayoi Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
( for the Florida press .
It was known that pneumonia had eet Behrman turned over to him the keyi or Rubber Soles

r,: V V tourist about hurrying back North In, and Judge Reagan grew rapidly of the city. Tonight Proteus will give West. Palm Beach,;Florida

}' ; Into the arms of all the dread diseases, worse. a magnificent pageant concluding wltl and Leather SolesIn .
Gathered In the' death chamber were a boll at the French opera hoiura.
': such as grip and pneumonia, that I
his wife and daughter and W. Green.
S'' always mark the breaking up of winter wood, his eoninlaw.Hundreds NEGRO KILLED BY MOB. any Color and

in cold sections. Better abide in of telegram of condolence Material and
are being received here from all Is Lynched for the Murder 'of sPonvlnent I o-0 40
'' land of flowers and sunshine. !
the parts of the United States. The funeral Physician. AT OUR PRICES I
will take place: at.Palestine onWednesday Vicksburg, Miss., March 6.-'Th< JHJKKU AUDI'S, West. Palm Beach Fobl'Ua'122.100a ,

: Private fortunes have increased so afternoon. body of Dr. William B. CMlphant who Not Palm ea.cb. Prices.
:
John H. Reagan warn the last surviving was shot to death by a half oraszy negro ASK FOR
; wonderfully in the last ten years that Station, in Washington
at Helm
member of the confederate cabinet
4tf'V the rich man of a decade ago: is in he having held the postmaster gen. county arrived here about 1:30: Sunday THESIRKIN ,BOSS & SONS

f only moderate circumstances today, eral portfolio. After the civil war he morning by the belated southbound CO. UNIQUEBISCUITS
was elected district: Judge in Texas train. /
judging bin fortune by the present and he became a power in the councils From the same train me negro wh4was and get a full-weight packagejof% the nicest soda biscuits you ever tasted

ht, ? I standard, but the number of millionaire ofthe, Democracy: of Texas. He responsible for the death of Dr.Oilphant Jeiferson Block -NO SHORT WEIGHT: taxing: your pocket to pay for the pretty:

i willing to be assessed as such was elected to the United States -senate was taken from the deputy West Palm Beach, Florida and expensive: magazine advertising in which the cracker trust tries..to :
,
q I at Elizabeth station by a masked body such biscuits as they
and served with distinction In that make believe that no one else can make
,?i, declines each year. In a year or so body. After retiring from, the senate of .men and the reports that reached hoodwink you yon into:>> buying. \

to be without a. millionaire Judge Reagan was appointed chairman here are to the effect that he was
v
expect
for
l' y we may I Next: time you are in the store, ask any of the clerks to weigh
-before the train
of the state railroad commission. During promptly strung up
in the country at assessment' ----a of Unecda 'rcrackers and THEN COMPARE l'* with the
J'd y the last few years ha retired from could get to the station.It --- you a package
time. active political life and lived on his is stated that the negro Lad been weigh of a 5 cent package of Unique Biscuit, and then compare the

farm Hear Palestine. held In ;Jail as a mild lunatlo and discharged taste of the goc>ds. Be your own judge and jury of the values of these

V VI, It is calculated that the natural gas At the time of his death he was engaged only' a few days previous to goods. Insist upon having the Unique Biscuit, and get' all that is .

-.,, ; ti; burned in the United .States in one in writing an autobiography of his eecap>ad At any rate, Dr. OH I coming to you for your money.
t ti'1 ..
,
cold
himself. phant was shot down In blood the ,
; c rear would fill,at theaverage density flesh being torn from, his arm and side '

and;pressure, a pipe 49 feet in inside DEATH IN BOILER EXPLOSION.Fireman by the charge of buckshot, fired al u. L. w. BURKHARDT Finest Groceries
I dose range.
t ,: diametereatendingarvluedthoworld; Killed and Engineer Is Badly 3yit' will pay :you to purchasegou;CouponjBooks.X111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111f .
1' I,;:at; the equator. It would equal the Injured at Jacksonville., THREE HELD FOR SHOOTING.

jfFcontents:))\" of a reservoir a mile square Jacksonville?Fla., March 6.-One of I
> fl;''ti ,, Rutherford Who-Was Shot Saturday!
the boilers of the City Electric Light
i' 1 '''&nd a mile and six-tenths in height.
Dies)
works exploded Sunday afternoon at Sunday.
M.
v, Iteheatingvalue isrerkonedasabout 4:45: o'clockInstantly:!" klllin8'| John Montgomery, Ala., March 6.-Morris

equivalent to 12,000,000 tons' of Davis the negro fireman and' fatally t.. Rutherford, a boilermaker, who wag ,," " "
injuring Captain Fred W. Ellis the engineer !shot and fatally wounded at a dance
so.. good bituminus coal. of the electric light! : plant and In West End a suburbof Montgomery,
\v, = --- Saturday night died early Sunday l el i iClematis
,V 'I ii r /tCl of the waterworks nUvit which are E P2 e. foie plarmaey
Y'r\,>;;\,,,r ",And now tbe rumor comes" ,says only about BO feet apart. J. D. Glass and George Glass broth
.
Lewis 43.: John ers, Frank Bedsole, popular
Carrbl) rp-'d add Ilfd'
'l:;:; .tbeFTampa Tribune, that "King"r of TIlE CUP THAT CHEERS Ave. and Narcissus S 3
)-..." Dunn, aged 28. w"r*> si' : "on :y injured. white men thesuburb are youn'l ,
'1 '" Varty, of Bird, Island, has abdicatedthe Carroll is badiy! burned about the body. the shooting. J. D. Glass made It is sweet and delicious. Our -=38
is of tea.
Properly
a our
==
throne of his rich domain and returned his collarbone Is bro'rm: his! head and killed Rutherford, but Rutherford, In I I cnp E d soda cannot be sujpassed anywhere =jg

citi- face gashed! by falling brick. Dunn his antemortem statement declared it Is a drink no woman can resist) and o. + for its purity and sweet and deli- 12
Havana
to as a private
Glass shot hint Three I I ::. SOD
I. was cut about the face by falling brick. George young .
cannothelpbeJS5
cious flavor. You
I zen. Advices from Cuba ore to the Both men are internally Injured. daughters Rutherford were; particl. few me ==== Ing refreshed whenever you drink -J35

effect that Varty bas resumed his Carroll and Dunn were standing In' patlng In the dance at a residence. Our tea m selected by actual trial. C t ?1 a glaaa of it, and its effect upon you -
the, door when the explosion occurred t The young men were cursing outside == s n' / is exhilarating: and invigorating. -=
i former democratic mode of life and Carroll resides! In East Jacksonville. It the house 'and Rutherford remonstrated We don't take anybody's word for == A good tonic to drive away that :::g

; that the royal purple of absolute is not known where Dunn resides. with them, when the fight ensue! == feeling of melancholy whenever. it _:.:5
their quality. We test the flavor, == holds you in its grasp, Is to take *"*+
fatal results. sF
empire baa no more charms for him. The explosion tore out one aide and with == a glass: of our soda and all will be r-jt Yr
y a part of the end of the engine room. aroma and strength; before we buyan :::: soon forgotten. Call on t'B at anytime ==
'ilti Varty should write a book about bis The property damage will amount to Travels 6,000 Miles to Wed. == -y and learn its'merits. Flavors -
ounce. That's why our tea is at' of all kinds od hand. =S
., expel iences as a monarch. about 3000. The plant is the property Irwin Pa., March 6.-"To Tobias i == always
I of the city. Berkowitz, poetoffice building, second' way eo good. how we are able to :::: .I f!!:. A. G. RIEGEL: =3

Ir, r An exchange says "alcohol will re- Man Filled With Buckshot. story Irwin on,a Pa.card., U.pinned S. A.,"to was the the dress Inscription I i sell (It so cheaply is another story. .Lljl1.L..l1.'Ljl1.11.'L.1Lj'L.l'.11.,.. .. .' .' '. .llllllJIIJIIIIIJIUIIJI. . A1L.LL.1L. .

; move stains from summer clothes." Cordele, Ga., March 6.-Seville, a of an emigrant girl( who alighted froma 1 Try a pound and see how it lasts.

} It will also: remove the summer town 14 'miles east of Cbrdele was Pennsylvania train, here. A railroad I, -
the scene of a serious. it not fatal,
employe sent word to Berkowitz who
: clothes; "also, the spring, autumn and hootlng affray,Sundya night in which appeared with Ludwig Kaatrach, ol FADE 1 i BROTHERSFancy G E

4 { V' winter clothes, not only from the one Jim Worsham shot down WI. C. Ham. Pleasant Valley. The girl bad come BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.Largest .

ilton. The wounded man is said to alone from Poland. Her name is An.
from the wife and
who drinks it but
be in a serious condition and may nie Kerpack, and she la IS years ol i Collection of Crotons in the United States.. Palms, Phyllan

l rt family as well. It will remove the not recover. The weapon used waa age. She came here to marry: Kaa thus, etc. Allpotgrown. Full| Line of Citrus Stock

1o.; household from the house, the eatables a double-barrelled shotgun loaded with trach, who paid her passage. Annie grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

: '' from the table, smiles from the bockshot and nine shot took effect. It says that she had no trouble in traveling Indian River OrangesWholesale JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm' Beach FlaOKo1tOKOKOKOKO
: is said that the shooting was the result the 6,000 miles to Irwin as every.

"r'r r' 1' fare of the wife and the happiness of Hamilton's attentions to Mrs. body on shipboard and an the can ami Retail
I Worsham. Both parties live at Seville .
As of kind.
from the home. ,a remover was
where "Worsham Is a contractorand and KO KOKOKO KOKOK7110i10710k0it0i10i10710at0I101.0
Poultry Eggs 0
things alcohol has no equal. Hamilton runs a bar. Further o
Negro Official for New York. O 0

information is hard to obtain Worshamhas and it is Washington .\ .-There is authority LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. G. G. Strohm f fte
j Among the matters that should be not been known arrested.whether .or not for the positive statement, ,thai I x Company

l. ; settled beforetbenext Fourth of July the president has fully decided upon C. H. PRICE, rianager fo

the of Charles W. Anderson Olive Street West Palm_BeachFld
i of the throughout applntment
by some papers Will Make Finest Madraa.
a the negro lawyer of New York, i FHMILY GROCERIES o
the State are the following;: Did the Columbus, 'Ga., March, 8.-It Is understood as Internal revenue collector for the

'FV frost injure the turnip crop of Florida that Edmund M. McLean has district of New York to succeed ChasT. i FOR SALE I

rented space and power from the Bibb Treat, who will be anointed to succeed o
it drain the Everglades Food
4 ? Will to i Products
: pay Fancy
mill North the
g' : on Highlands for purpose Ellis H. Roberts treasurer ol West Palm Beach Lake Front o
fl ,? Is the railway Key West of Installing room and engaging w .
;
the United States ''at Washington. A very desirable' cottage with modern conyenlwnce o
', ., In the manufacture: of madras and *. Also duKlr bl.. cottnxonlte loutbof o
feasible proposition, ? Was Judge These changes, however, will not be> M
a other il.neahlrtlngs and shirtwaist elt.)' A piano will be Hold cheap.InquireW x Grain and Provisions o
i made until next June when Mr.. Roberta L. NIIAFFER.Went .
Swayne guilty? Wry! not hold a fair goods of a superior quality. The goodsto will have completed an elght-year _' Palm Beach. o '-5 o

Jacksonville and Tampa if they be manufactured will be the finest 0 .
at term. JEFFERSON BLOCK' \
.'a; should of the kind made in the south It Is -- Leave your orders at The TropicalSun i .
1 want them? These questions o o
} reported In local mill! circles. Mr. office for all kinds of engravedand .

' !M be settled before the Legislature: be- 'McLean is a young man a member Woodlawn monogram stationery and vUltlng i West Palm 'Beach, Florida, ,4- .
of I a prominent Savannah family, and 'fVH. .
gins: its. sessions so the proceedings I cards. a .1-1- Jlsotsotsokoreotso7so7so7eo7aoreo7aolee
has had AA experience of several "
} a ; 5!" wjjl not be crowded out.-Gainesville I years In textiles. Ha has been assistant Cemetery >totso7.o7to7to7so7to3soMoSsal.otanC

r'a d' superintendent of one of the Griffin uo to R. B. Porter Olive street for
Sun. Lot can now be obtained In the new come
i s ;,I mills, where he gained a practical tery' at Went Palm Bwch.WALLAeC the famous Hartford Urea. .
The Fort Meyers Press vety pertinently experience In cotton manufacturing.Negro R. MOSES K t, '
"
i remarks that Gov. Broward

i i has the gubernatorial Charged with Arson. h to Inform every person within one :
scarcely got Atlanta March 0.-On the charge of hJn.r"' mlloi of Wnt I'ulni; Beach, that I rs L. HILLIER
.
u chair warmed up before a lot of fool setting fire to the building of the Jewelry-to am hare toropniryour lit your eye wntcbeaolocks wlut p..ct"lua or eC o,
have to Southern Bell Telephone company eyeliu| and to nell yon anything you : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL --
in Florida begin .
V! newspapers may want in my line. I am not "winter
Will Head a negro was arrested Sunday "I .tor." but a mirmanent resilient. a pro. .
F, '' airing their ivlsdom as to who shall by Call Officer Abbott on com porty owner In lade Jo* and perfectly re : TOBACCONISTCigars
ipoiiHlble (or any buninem you may haveto i
I't l be the next Governor four years plaint of W. T. Gentry vice presidentand transact with mo. Watches and jewelry '
In need of repairing. may lie Mini by"rcuintered '
The fool-killer could certainly manager of the company. The mail or exprra I will examine and report l + Tobacco Cigarettes
Etc.
Pipes
hence. Etc.
' ., case was entered on the state docket e atinfactory.. eon order the ,Rood re. ,
yon
certain
1 reap a rich harvest among a under the head of "suspicion." turned,without charge. I have hud tvren- : CANDIES =.
--
Head admIts that be was In the basement ty year experience: with some of the bunt /
Florida editors who never 'r
class of houaei In new York and itulnmore-six \ : A FTJLL.tlNP. OF LOWNEY'S
when the fire broke out, and that ye.n head Watchmaker\ and tlpttoianfor CELEBRATED CHOCOLATES
candidates out of their minds. Ureenleaf A Croflby Co,JaokHonville.fact v .
get : COld Soda
the first to discover the :
h* was person These be mifllcient aaanr* Lunches ''
+ Give us a rest. It is four years before fire., He denies that he did anything ance that I laUnfaotlon*tln.r..abd In every.ca.. ......... and : Ice Cream soda to Order During Season
ffuarantea
the people will have to decide by which tie Dames could have originated. E. A. WALKER, EXPERT WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN : Ice Cream SEMINOLEBtoclWasyPArMBBAcn .

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TUB TROHOAt SUN WESt PAUl 'BEACH FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1905 FAGJC: THREE


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MAY LIVE; FOR'" 180 YEAR I
11!' DECISIVE, BATTLE IS Everybody's Column l*$
An Ohio. Divine Bay this Fact Can Be

NOW BEING FOUGHT Accomplished. -
I Chicago March 6.-'Mwo' > may live WANTED. ]

happily; and usefully tot* 150 years, according \ Muslin ndercue.i rr

'General toJDt. Lyman Beecher perry, GOOD COMPUTING SCALES.: ,
,L Kuropatkin Is Hard of Oberlln; 0., who has expressed this A Writ Zlll & Gr n,,Delray, VI',*
-
'"' belief IB an on science of living
Pressed By Japanese.: address "
jMIKADO'S j- MONEY TO LOAN
., \ .", before the 'Youn M*n', Christian. -

UtSftgR association of Chicago.. YOU IIAVR PROPERTY THAT .
,
ARMY HEAVIEST IF i
After a, ..third, of a century of solanttflo you want to Improve! and need money

I Military/ Experts Claim that. &h Ii1d; study; such Is my conclusion, said/ to West do Pal it with m Beach apply to Oeo O. Cuvne, The winter is drawing to a close ana need for lighter under '
Dr.
Sperry 'The destructive forces \
General Oyama Win H. Will Be Con.
which bring about the 'present low FOR SALE. wear will soon be upon you. We' have prepared for:, this, and,
sidered
." '
Greatest
4i !"' 'I' Military Genlu., average- longevity: were manifold but T ,

Soldier Undergoing Harsh I pa. I believe It Is possible to enjoy good SHERMANS POINT, ON LAKE J are now in a position to offer you a large assortment of the best '

ililfltjtl\ health and an activity; up to a century the Inlet, 28 acres land.

>I Mukden, Sunday' March 5.- p. m.- and a. half boy; proper understanding 10 acres garden, balance pineapples. Muslin Underwear at Moderate
." '7,' \ : All day long( the battle raged cease'1esay i of'the human possibilities and the exercise 300 fruit trees, one hundred bearing. Prices.'i'
the Japanese being concentrntlng 40 large cocoanut trees. Beautiful
!
of this knOlWle
<1ge.
thousand feet lake
site. One
6'& their energies on Mochla! Pa tor Building
)1 Dr. Sperry.'says the "Science of 14-- front. Ideal winter home nearest best ,
\, Uhe possession of welch they have beenstruggling lug," his main. object, apparently being fishing; Apply to Box: 155 West Palm 0

i.! '\ for two days, but with all to point out the Influences which Beach, Fla. Corset Covers Drawers
: their gallantry the Japanese were unable 1 1I
retard longevity with stress on the ,
to dislodge the Russians who are f\U TRApE FOR NAPTHA LAUNCH S'ar4\" 1 .
r. theory; that Immorality; has a, ,direct \_/ twelve acres fine pineapple land "I
defending their works with bull dog 'bearing on the physical being. Deerfield. Ad
facing railroad Hear ''Good of Muslin and Nain Fine tucked and imn:; d
tenacity. Japanese shrapnel has been Climatic conditions, according to Dr. dress Chas. O.: Williams, St. Augustine : qualities embroiderr-

bursting within a mile and a half ol Sperry, have been reduced to statistics Fla.TROPICAL. sook, trimmed With Embroidery and Drawers in good; qualities. of mate- "
'I the Hun railway; bridge, whlok evidently proving beyond doubt that both J
I '
I Is the Japanese objective. The torrid and frigid atmosphere tend' toI REAL! ESTATE! AGENCY I Lace, rials. Prices to suit all.

captftre! of that position would render I
shorten existence. All FOR RENT
the Price 25c::) 35o to $1.50:
to
; the occupation of the Hun river post.Uon lonpvlt'l $2.00,.
worth mentioning It is One Seven Room Cottage hen some- t -
south of Mukden untenable Fierce feted in the temperate zone. I. ly furnished. Lake front, located 300 jp" .

; and continuous artillery engagement In relation to the destructive force yards north of Royal Poinciana Hotel.. Skirts. ,

", are taking place about 4 miles- north' ot evil habits Dr. 'Sperry; spoke at I '

of Machla Pu length and his scathing treatment ol FOR SALE.

From. the Hun bridge a long line oi drink,' tobacco.and opium"wtus said to East Side lake front property, 3>"a .
!battle stretoh.es In both direction, as be derived from personal, association miles north pf Royal Potnciana Hotel, Lace and embroidery-trimmed Skirts '

n far as the eye can ee. The northwest with victims. small collage, owner non-resident. Will 75c to $4.00BRANNINC

't" ,toward Tatche Kiao and eastward sell cheap.. ____*....-- I

, along the Bhakae river; marked byline ; \9 DEATH TO POISONING.' Town lots and farm- lands for sale. 4f
of bursting shells. The Rue Write for prices.

! elan losues are not excessive: considering After an Autopsy There la No Doubt Cottages and hotels for rent.

the severity of the five days'; fightIng. About Mr*.. Stanford' Death. W, I. Metcalf, Manager,
West Palm Beach Fla.
The Japanese aa the attackers San Francisco, March 6.-The Call

i have suffered heavier than the Rustans. says' today that the local authoritiesnow BROTHERS

I ; have positive assurance In the CARDS.
PROFESSIONAL
I \ A decision In the battle should be form of information by cable from

reached tomorrow or Tuesday.At Honolulu that Mrs. Stanford's death LAW. Ladies Outtltters': \ rig

4:30: this afternoon guns began was directly due to strychnine poison- ,
r\ O. OIlILLINU'VOUrll
,"\ to roar west and northwest of Muk Ing. The stomach kidneys; and heart r'1

den railroad station where General were found upon examination! It !la ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR .

Kuropatkln la launching an attack said, to be In a very; 'healthy; condition,

against a Japanese extreme left. and much above those of the average West Palm Beach, Fla.! ;,

During last night the Japanese repeatedly woman of Mrs. Stanford's age. There O. CUILItIEAttorney

assaulted Plenichla Pudgu, was, howovery' a swellng of the heart GEO. ,

Kaotou Pass and Kania.yen, farther i that the report says would only; be and Counsello -at-Law ----- -- -- y

east, but all their efforts were nn:4 produced In death resulting from WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA -

(: availing. strychnine poisoning. No trace ol Buffalo Gasolene MotorA i
;
TT i UUANNINO s -
f,,; The bombardment of Erdagou Nov strychnine; was found b'y the chem. .

gorod and PoutllofC hills continues un ists in the stomach ;yet agree that Attorney And Counsellor-At-Law HIGH-GRADE

successfully.; there Is no longer any; doubt of the

cause of the death of Mrs. Stanford.. (Office-over Bank. Automobile Motor l
Mukden, March 6.-An official report WEST PALM BEACH, FLA Mali

la the Army; Messenger, saps OREEN GAYNOR ON c ds 41
TRIAL. M. ROBBINS
r, "The southern position Is unchanged GEO. ere known by what they have For Speed Launches:
grown. For bait a century they
so far as Sha.khe. Objection Filed Against MagIstrateand Attorney and Couns9lor-at-Laur have been the,Laniard.haven'itullad
to. once to produce bigger,hotter
4 After acknowledging that the central Absolutely reliable.
and Federal Court,
Casella Postponed. Will practice In State crop, than any other., eoldby
had fallen back from Sin all daolera. 19011 Seed An.nual .
army; T1TUSV1LLE. FLA. Perfect Speed Control.
Montreal March 6.-Messrs. Gaynoi; 'red.all applloanta.D.
In order to contract the length
chlnpu and Green who are wanted by the I. M'..rOALI" M. FERRY alt Co., a x P to Send for 1905 Catalogue
of the line of battle connecting the inner w
United States government on charges Detroit, Mloh. GEO. R. WALLACEWest
'
positions the army messenger of fraud connection with the Savannah ATTORNt Y-A T-LAW.

adds: river Improvements, were NOTARY PUBLIC.U. Palm Beach.
"The spirits of the men are excel S. COMMISSIONER
brought before Magistrate LafqnUlna, Will practice County,at&len.l fceileral!
lent. The marvellous composure Is be. ,
the'extradlUoJl, commissioner, today; Courts
leg displayed considering the ap. the question of ball being discussed. LAND CASES A SPECIALLY.Olflceln : Manonia PoultryFarm. 4 v" v'
proaching crisis." Tuopioiix BUN Block.
Pending an agreement the case was
The admits the Russian loss Went Palm Boach. Dade County, Ilorlcia! '
paper adjourned until the afternoon. Sold by
of i but the battle la goingon ,
battery LEWIS
Mr. Taokereau, counsel for the acused A.J.

successfully.; > men, filed an objection to the wand BROADWELLlllentlrnjjdi

All the roads. leading from M.&ch.la- Jurisdiction of the magistrate. The ATTORNEYAT-LAW NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns, White Wyan
pa and the western plaJn which, has ; to DeerSirt '
gy"
latter thereupon: agreed to a postponement Co ,ol w
Agent of the U. S.Fidelity Guaranty dottes. Eggs and Stock Q/
suddenly been invaded by the battle 4 tdeob .
; ; Baltimore. Md. f
of the case until March 14, to 1
Lxtln.dad wthd7/tta.u.lityt7etd I ,
'''w$ are reported to ,have captured two machine OUlee at corner of Clematis Avenue and Narclaana For 'Sale.V. nl &
\;" give; an Opportunity to get witnesses.The Street, over Petter'a. bicycle store, Gillette
( guns. question of ball went over for 1-4-100:2.: WEST PALM BEACH. E. GALE, Manngrer S.

News* at St. Petersburg.St. i argument until this afternoon. ]U8ou/oul8o/ Fin Safety Razor MOORE
AND SURGICALH .
MEDICAL |)nl it. AarmaocanIhalroillthltai
Petersburg, March, 8-8:67 p. m. ruadllraa though ha
-The: Associated Press has just Apples Sell at $7.50( Each. C. HOOD, M. D, to hadalwaa hoed blmaiilf. Th.UII1 -
S. H. RICHMOND Agent Hufoty K. or la .4 Ruon lee
New York March 6.-'I'he prices are ,
learned that General Kuropatkln has a .s. Itha>twalTok mdaublood DEALERS IN
blow at Field Marshal said to be high in this country; on account PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON bi.de..a thin aa paper tempered and
launched
a glee.hnniouiKi br our prnowui M that
Oyama's left center just east of the of the tariff but In England>: Office over Potter'. bicycle store WEST PerriDe Grant Land Company. It tnku diamond dutt to grind '
PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal +:,, ., than Bnoh blade give ten to
railroad. The fighting da' desperate there Is no tariff, but me prices on Polnclana Hotel, PALM BEACH. 12-1 REAL ESTATE. thirty perfect ahoy,.. Cam ftmlbladu ])rug ,
almost the entire lint. two seedless aples from Colorado were packed and analiid direct 14

along Kuropatkln's losses In Killed and so high that several bushels of them R. JB. POTTER M. D., CUTLER. FLORIDA M ': Het to from bo new.the factory Always,wad ahowinitthvm f or u.- ca.ioinc ttt2

would break even the richest man in Jr1
\ No Stropping ,
at
last placed
wounded up to night are 8-aU-e8 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. ,
the old country.; Just 39( shillings' or : Honing >
't ,, 23,500. L. A. WILSON or
Oyama is believed to have alreaddylost ; $7.50( in good cold cash, apiece for two DENTAL 'S"t' Ton cannot out youraolt or fall tojonnelf Sta.tionoryancl
i from Colorado the j gir. imooth, dolluutfulhare.
beauties quoted "
fully 4000 menu The Japanese T> II. MACY MANUFACTUllRa OF I a,. > Adlilet. larta for jean. 1'
: IB' price In the London market. The ; u pi When ion have ua.leaob, of the
to greatly l1-
according prisoners,
army; ,
.asod
i dgM until dull return
t ] exhausted. They; repeat the story following clipping from the London .. DENTIST", Boots and Shoes ,,pq ;rS we will give yon alz new pladm inV
Is Times tells about them t "The first .aohenge at no ooat to yon.
have Office In Jefferson Block
s'' that some of General Nogl's men Twelve additional blda.lnota G
t not -had any food for two day*. two seedless apples received from Colorado WEST PALM BEACH ,. FLORIDApvll. Repairing in All Kinds of Leather Initl onat.On e a' eJ co 4.
I ,* sold last Friday at Oove'nt 5- l II l and nmlna the Gillette 1
/ St. Petersburg, March. 6, 2:60: p. m. were ; J. E. WUDV Goods Neatly Done, M' f It will cost yoD nothing to. tat It. ;
in ;
-The result of the greatest battle of Garden by Messrs. Garcia, :Jacobs

r modern, times la expected to be deter. &: Son to Messrs. Shearn, of Tot Dentist Indian Tanned Buckskin ypc c :

yl mined today or tomorrow. Two of ten ham Court road for 30 shillings' OOloa. First door west of Dade County State
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; the largest armies of recent times. each. .. Bank and Horsehide ShoesFOR I -. qi
WEST PALM BEACH. .FLOHDA ,
Incited
and are now
both In men guns,
'665 Pound Man Seeks Office.Plttsburg .
In a death, struggle and although Gen- TENDER FEET:
eral Kuropatkln has evidently made March 6.-'Tpe' fourteenth om f..I
preparation to cover his retreat ward Is proud of the fact that It has FOLE Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio
every the heaviest justice of the peace in too?t_>.courfb and K. -snds .
by removing his accumulated stores
; s ,
the world. Alderman Charles Kalten--
and munitions northward It is now the

L. opinion side or of the mill other lay; men cannot here escape that one an hauser tice In, that who has ward been for* years dispensing,' tips jus-the E. M. ERELSFKDReal () Chicago and Florida Limited

overwhelming disaster. With both beam at 665 pounds. He Is a. candidate via
z : for re-election on the Republican Estate
wings bent backward Kuropatkln's po-
.!ton appears to be desperate but ticket, and the campaign! managers PALM BEACH, FLA. Louisville & Nashville
have got out a large-sized placard announcing
still In the balance. The
the Issue is
his candidacy and displayIng ; Notary Public. Cottages to Ren
news of a victory; for him Is only re- lam.iiroa-d

garded as possible by his breaking a faithful likeness of the alderman. Offlca,South Polaolana Hotel { I1,1, "f. .
I Inducted Into office 15 i .wuf.y
When years ago
I through the enveloping line and news Only Solid Pullman Trainwith
he weighed 365 pouus; since that time
>i ,of a concentrated offensive Is hourly; > .
,ar be has gained just 200 ponuds. observation and libraiy cars from WE.'LL SHOW YOUif
Kuropatkln
awaited. Unless can .
T. J. CAMPBELL

it. strike he and must strike lose. hard is Is rea lzedtha.t Prominent Chicago Physician Dead. J am-"P'pToNowIBLACKSMI Florida to St. Louis, Chicago, you'll'en, the vantage; of paying IMPROVED METHODS "'

Chicago March 8.-Dr. Peter Faher- are adopted by ua as soon as their
Military; critics declare Oyama; has The West and Northwest, your bill. by check
Is dead at fete home here of heart I
not great enough superiority; to take ny with much quicker time than via any value Is firmly established.
HING bill has second
disease. His last business transactionwas HOUSE Many a been paid a
the office
to
risks. According war other line. ,

Oyama has not over 70,000 men In excess church the of deeding Hagerstown to the Md.Duokajd. of 300 I SHOEING, GENERAL hit meals in dining cars, service ala time because the receipt was lost or In the performance of our duties as 5,
of Kuropatkln whose forces total < carte. Finest dining-car service iu the
1, acres of land at San Mar. 10 miles REPAIRING AND couldn't be found. Undertakers and Embalmers, all
Should South.
about 310,000, Oyama succeed -
the critics declare that he will from Hagerstown. for the* erection of PAINTING'WAGONS' Leave St. Augustine; dally 8:30: a. m. This cannot occur if you pay by modern aids approved by science or t
. himself to be a master 'of military an old people's home. Dr. Faherny Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30: a. m.
prove 65 old. and had accumulated Arrive Chicago next day, 4:30: p. m. voucher and Rood taste are la' use, and we haveno '
science and establish, a reputation was years BUILT,, TO ORDER check as your check is a
; Anlve St. Loris next day, 1:35: m.
estimated at than p.
a fortune more hesitation in that
b claiming we can
genius of the first magni .
for military Alan thrnuvh Pullman Drawing-room Blcon-. is backed by our records.
:I a tude. "But unless he can completely $1,000,000. Clmn-tU; Ave.,Wt road Ins Can. daily from Jacksonville on A.. O. U. up give; the best service at the m'ost rea-

crush Kuropatkin's right they saOya.ma ,- NOn Evanivllla p. m.,train St. Louis to ,Birmingham.Chicago and nn NaMhTllle S. A. UH:55 Yon and wife talk it over, and then 80nable cost.
Is In Imminent danger .of havIng $5,000 Worth of Jewels Stolen. a. m. train to penaacola, Mobile I and.
New York March 6.-Jewelry; worth GEO. HASLEHDRST & SOS New Orlenno. .l_:::;:; come in and talk it over with as,and Lady assistant
cut off and
his own left destroyed. II BEST sorfloo ladealredaak for ticket.* via
$5,000 >haa been stolen from the apart- L. *: N. : 1 .
Russian Warships In Bad Sea. ments In Sherman' square, of Dud. Contractor and BuildersP. Borratea or write, Pullman ,renervatlon..sic.ealloa open an account. We're giving you

y, Aden. Arab! March o.-+A Russian ley Oloott a well known club man. So O K. IIERR1NO. Fl/l. Pa. Agent good; advice. Act on it today. J. B. McQINLEY
O. BOX :Jack.onvtile,1''lorida.
304 U6 West Bay St.,
warship Is reported to be patrolling far the polio have obtained no clew
1 STATE BANK; I
ti the center of the Red Sea. She has to the Mile who entered the apart- I i DADE COUNTY Palms Corner.,

+ I been turning her searchlights on pawing ia nt wall Mr. and Air*. Oloott were i Kodol Dyspepsia Cure V:s Early Risers West Paint Beach, FU L

vesse ttavdia. a theater I Olo- eat. Tha famous Uttlo plus.tt Open dad and nigtit.e .r

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H'' Ih' +, PACK FOUR THE:TROP1CAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH\ 8, 1905' '':,;j'. "." :I'I':1

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a,, +'' SH F PREFERRED ; A Fearful Night WEST PALM XEACIL; WIJYZfilt HOTELS., COAST RAILWAY ; :-

': A PIRATE 1 ______________ -- --- FLORIDA EAST .
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,{ ': Original[ A of fourteen[IOrlflnal.Jboy stood before a tent h.o crheUirginia Local I' Tims Card No. 59, In Effect )tan; 301905.; :


o 4.., Captain Rnlpb Gordon and bis mate with a bucket of water In his hand ; noZZand NORTR-80UND-READ UI" \
DOWN
( :, 7 i ',, 'Tom Gurley, 'utoud on the after deck that be bad just brought from the .' 8ouTN DOUND-READ ,

11, of the schooner Swallow. Amidships a stream. below. He was much excited. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Nicely C'luuiatlM Mltuotml Avenue on No. 89 No. 311 Na ZIt No. U .TA IONS' .. No 18 No.7. N/ 28 No. II" ,. 1 {

1; 1' girl In a trim blue! outing/ dress with A woman. came out of the tent, and ;BeaotfullyLocated on the w.., palm' ]3.aob, Florida 0..11D..ly. Daily Dally -Dally: -Daily -Daily -Dall ,I

+l l'' sailor collar and a Tam O'Shanter cap the little fellow said to her 7 Lake Front commanding a -p; 19166" loooa'' ""; 8 00. Ifi..JkokaonvUle..r. roo It 'T'iop 60058U9i=:

was leaning over the gunwale. there utter tracks on Fleet] View;1:01 !kite. Royal aliI 1008. ........so.JlWl\IJOuvllle.LT.: 7118 P '
"Mother are pa p t .
db .........8t, Auu Llua.......... lllIOp OOp 000 I 6'61:0: s .. .1"rs
Our- l'olaclaeaand t.ske Worth f .\\IllIp! 1110p 1116a e a ,
l ir "Better: not try It captain said the trail to the rlv r." : Modern Conveniences 1111 ............lla. 11I1tI .......... 1186 p. \'
y. "It'll result In a muddle. There woman All ..> N18plOOp I' \ 1 J.lp( IHlla ..........RILIIU..I..tkA.......... IIl"p OO.p .47. 6-986 1\1\ hlkeUB
"Sure! ? said the paling Cuisine Guaranteed 40 -
4 ; 'ft' Ugur gals is dangerous." 'I.FirsEClass -996 -lU6p -1086----a Ar.r.Pa1ntka ... .....he. 14e p 410 p : W : t tI
"Sure? P 10' ,. .. 600e
It' We've Rates : Lv..P&a k& r. e16p !
"Can't /give up now. gone t'IJ I tllp 1801' 11.6. UgOa ; ---L .. _
Two little girls came out with frightened No TubercnloslsPatients ... .
; -- --- -- ---r.;;:;

If too The far mate went forward and the captain : faces. They had heard the news a Taken P 8 $10 and $12Pel"'Week 15 a Slap. 1111'J1 100. L".II..U Ar..nM..teo..1.v M..teo..Ar. -7116 p 7086 S7 P 762s( -1110. '

it, ; paced the deck nervouely.il'a' I and. Coving as, they were, understood c'* e'oe.oedee'Qe'oe'oe'o. e --- -uel! Lt.:.........Neogu.. .......L": .8S p '

9l Ralph Gordon was terribly in love it. The Maicj: family were pioneerswho 8 1", 'lOOp p ....,.......11\1011011.. ........... 41n I' .. +'
... .. ... 41" .
......... .DII1IOO' 11 '. ,
lU5 .
with Nancy Greene a sbrew. In order bad come to the country to settle J I ,1 1 P 1110. ..........t. oteIOrlOoll.......... /bop
to tame her he had Incited per fora had built their cabin. The 2......*.......+N...Nfbe Wpalms Z OPEN NOVEMBER 16 1904- 18p 11tU J. .,........ ..Or lolld.. ... .,...... aMp 4110p 111/10 s 411IUqp' a tiM
; but not
; yet 809p
4065 '
l I leop Ug9. ...... ...Dlly "u.............. BURp 410p 4" I
sail on big schooner and concocted a father had gone.to the nearest county ? i 11010'( 1I1tt ?! ..,..v..ForsIlr. "" .......... a 97 p 111' 115:1 ". /

l' ,sham -mutiny to be led by Gurley. seat to enter the land and would not | Mrs. A. L. ,HAUdH, Pror>. 1tfaa: aMp 29bp D'o( 120ip "..". .."...'N.. nkLll............ 806p ail! 11 t 4111)) -

+ ; INf They were to frighten her Into obedi- i i "IOIL' 88111'P ............Tltunvllla.. ........... 1611p 91661916> ; 96ftt V
+ ence and a promise to marry Gordon be back till the following day. The 300OO-OO ":,,} a. 6906 lIp 19Mp ... ,.........Oaea.. ............. lUp 211,1", a
mother and consulted what they' .Ito'kled'; 1o P f60o
son Now Open. J JA 'Ob P
to whom she had been long engaged I, 'lQ 1 Ii: .itookledge } "o..1 (10( I' 9011 P 1 160d
'i had oft from to should do. The panther would likelybe p 4 ra P 1111 I' .........Iau "1L111 lit P 1111! P 10M P 'I "
she put year ii p
:. and whom l' 11\1 ..... ... ..M..loou..ne........... 111011 P 1\1\ ) I' 1(1'6.1( > ,
: 601 \
i.' yaar. back again and there was no cer- : large home-like Hotel wall ap @@@ walked aft from tain defense. True little Tom Maicy poluted and beautifully; located grlv- CI16! P ......... Sk! Lllole......,.... 10 86 5'Sa i,
: It
./ ,h'' : Presently Gurley the comforts without the.. cost of 8tOp ,..... ....llbrtPlnm.e,..........IuXUa 12029 DOOp 1166p {jf
I' L. the forecastle followed by the crew had his rifle and for a boy' was a fair InK ; 7.3 riggs ottago I 7J1. II E0406 ......... ........... AAOa tl9Jp ;',
t about the meat i the more expensive. 00.... Situated on i 'OJ j1 ..... ......Jod..u.: ............... 969" 810 P I''
,: : ; '; and began a complaint shot but supposing the panther should Lake: Morth, opuonlte. the Royal "OCI P ..... .......:.J..u.. .. .. .. 94" a 81a p714 h
'J" % that 'was served them. at the sametime' come upon them suddenly or that Tom' Poluelana. Hotel, White waltremwH.Electric I. MRS, H. E. BRIQQS Proprietress P I ............ ..b.U..t.! ............. 985 a. 80 Tar Ii' ,} .
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t16 ... ..nul"'S"u'908.' P
I::)tlj d': demanding "duff" tbcee times a should miss him In that case the bells. Good fishing, hunting Evernla Street 1117 I' ... "WeMtJuplter.......... 661 a 71ap '
.,1. week.: Gordon feigned to, reason with and boatlo; Kat.-.:*ll: .BO and fS.OO I 1\1\: gin! S50p 1I00p Ar. ...WeebPalm lt 1.lLOh....... 8111. 10llla! 0401' IIdp
\ Ji.I'! family would be at the brute's mercy. : ..... 800 10JO& 09\p 1I10p
.r ,1 them .whereupon they made a rush per day. Special rate. by the weok. w..e palm D.aal lonld : lib o. ecu p 8Mp 11201' Lv.Pahn.. .. Wn6r1'nhnDnaub.flench" ... 7eo.a 9110a. 606p W'

i'od"I F:'" for him bound him hand and foot, and The little girls watched their mother'lItace : uoa 9111p U61p harp ..:., .,. .. noy..boll.. ''' .LAr 7111. 6 Ni.P
locked him in his and seeing the anxiety depicted 'fhe PalmsWest Situated Near Lake Worth \; 1000 I' ..... .... .Doll'ny, ....1'... ehnp p
i (}; taking him below i loan ... ....t 1.I,>116..I..le. .... ... 605 a .U. p
J'' I ./ 'eabln. there, clung to her skirts. I 11011 I' ...........II..IIB''ll1h.. ......,... a Silo II :,' i,
"i"1( '1 this mutiny Since there were no neighbors to Palm Beach Florid. : J A SELECT WINTER HOME i, loan p.I' ..........1A'mnI1CIL.1...... ..... 69>1. IIfTp J '\
Nancy Greene upon Ar........... lIaml..L" 6265 800. atop 11U" "
,f ;. it : and especially 'the want of resistance help, there was nothing to do but make .......................... DOT AND COLD BATUgMO .I I... lIt5p 11.111 oOp t I

,> \ ;j. ,,', on the captain's part with the only preparation possible-that Is, V! CONSUMPTIVES 'rAKBN nuffcll'nrlorCarn on traluii au, 86.78 and IB and Buffet Slopping Canon trains. (18( and< \W) \
1 fX flashes of gather wood for the purpose of building W WnOl&HOMB BOMB COOKING ,,1JocJUlollvlll.. and Miami. urlor CarS oil trains,hU and.0 between St.Aummtlno ou 1j& dumb astonishment and the ........ : *
fire. Tom bill rifle In .................. ,:
l '"1 I an approaching thunderstorm in her a got good .J@@I!' . . i.O0: _Mn> I'll/I. I
shape, but It was bf small size and "
Mir;i !\ ; (: eye. No sooner had the captain'approached been I Id hIs mother feared to have htm use It ron : '! t: 0: SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE. AND PT.AUGUSTK.Ei '
of than Gurley : qfh.o
\\it k t, disposed camYng>
lest Its ball would the 1
tiny only enrage 11'x'IUUU '
her and ordered her below. Her only i U... Nu.ai" Na ai' No 99t Na 531. 'Na '
: Ji, N.J' N..Z7t. N. No. 'st !
ft reply was with an iron bolt which 1 panther. Tom worked all the morning S ; / :; 1 Daily Jlolly Deity E.Oally Mun. 11."Aton. Pally Dally L Dally.. Mai. i''
gathering wood and spent! the afternoon S A. B. Q. METCALFB ,Proprietress BoardingDcHlruble "I I .J.I '
"\ t\\r 11; f she had picked up at the first dawn seeing that the pans containingthe I i;ncl; ;;;;;;,i ;; e4OAM- 10011 1216 PM tJi :; 91)0PM 600 1'; 603 1'111 s-; ;; t 62M1:i rM. i t

1 ,' \' of trouble and had not Gurley dodged I II ;,,1" ," "',..IOIlOU'lO. .... 11J11'" 8OOI'JI 400 Phi 111111'11 92APMIU'AISe( : YNo. !

'; f ';t : expertly the ringleader would bay I cattle were secure. : WEST PALM BEUH, FLORIDA : people who wl..b10 plenHanb =-. ".=-. -- if-N.16' N,' JII'-I ti':44; "
7t No.74
The sun went down, and darkness i % Na N,. 91t 8'-11i0. No. 85t 1'00. 736 .
11'1( been put opt of the fight The crew place to Stop ad while In Went Palm I101'RD:; lluUp : I .1
.n hnhy Daily Dally DeSly
: t roared like bulls and brandished stole over the' land. An awful dread : Open all the year. HenutltuT location : Boach, will and "MINARET COTTAOB." DAllp ldl1 flr! Sun. D..Uy, E ... Sun, '

r', I+ biTes, but Nancy was no more appalled came upon the family' as night/ drewon. on Lake Worth. Bright, cheer. : 0''". Olive Street between Kvcrnla and ':,,'AI '.toIlC -;r1jj';;; ;; ;;: ; 760AM 550AM1110A1I11411AM1210PM 1 ( 610pM 09U1'M540LPI f'

ll" I 1'i' 'I than it they' had been so many Would the panther find another : Fern )last muh n plnoe Nine, clean I:.: .,-"'II"1 OOOUI X4AU) BeUAM OIlO".IHOl'IIEI'IIC tiers 710l'M 70UPVT4OPML I II

Hi 1 She was finally taken meal and let them alone? They hoped : (til rooms. and wide verandas Special( : room, neatly furnlHhed I comfortable i nun t.'imposed. orc-lnxlvoly: of Pullman or Parlor Can and extra: "seat tnrewlll be ohiwKfil.fi J
,'it' bleating sheep. for the best Tom lighted the fire beds; Rood, wholesome fooll VERYmoderate >e. ",'it", ,'5 "I.rrlll,If d on these tratiiH on which no extra or .olltJn..laehAt'lrl', .._ (
i' sailor whose rates for the spaoon. : '
1 '; 'r In rear by a laughing/ / : priced, are the recoinmnndatloua .. '
which he bad laid before the
'i! + face she could not see, her arms pin- directly limited number of room ,', : irsr.\ AUUUSUNE AND Nu. eo No. 25 o. %8..
I"Iit'', ,> locad she was thrust down the forecastle tent and be had driven a forked .......................... mean. .. be Only accommodated. Table board S $ ,,1.1 New SMYRNA. Dully Dally PAt.1I BIACIJ! AND MI. ".,AIl Lallyp '
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branch into the ground on which to -- .
companionway and the hatch AllllIlrln8..Ar.ll00u' OSAAMLY..Broekers..Ar 60PII ,; l' t
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4'dl1 rest his rifle. The little girls were put specialty.MRS. \ '
.. i'aluJa..Lv,1010AM VtOAMLV..Weatlnllaneaeh..At,4SiPM
DARLING. .
FRANK 1-v. East \ .a "
.rh. 1 closed. ()____ () II' ... .. ,..
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to bed. and Tom and his mother kept t9:. p H..Ho'.lflrmoll'L..Lv' S UA> 11I061.111." LllI"R"'L." .1v 8101'11" .I)
"',,11-, There Vas DO sound from Gordon'sstateroom '0.' 1.\,. ...... .. Ullyt n..J.v 711UAM10\ (".. J.v..Ft Louderdalo..v.4UTPM '
p1 '.f; aft nor Vas any' expected. watch. p'U' ., .:. .N..w SI(1)'r"l\ .. .. Lv. 7/10"/ 11116.'Ar... .. .MIAIn.....,.. Lv. 81111'11 ,1\

1 .; .; But some sound was expected from theforecastle. There was stillness except the occa q: [ arm n ,'_hl. ... .i''
i i -j1- Na III' Ma Nn. 1 No. 2 No e
!( ,; The crew listened for such sional snapping of the fire or the cry :: I .") Na I. //ltAYPORT BRANCH; Nun I ORANGE!! elBRANell\ ,'
.t ?: as might com of a distant loon. Hour after hour the .1.-) \\'Llly' Dally- mtl__.r.. .Daily......... Dally.....- 'D..ly Dalli r ,
'7'' .. cries and imprecations hour mother and son sat waiting for the t Palm Beach, Florida r. ;37I'; j 1V. Jaekynvllle< Ar. 880 a lOOp ,fit)) P 91'1a' Lv. New 11m rna AI' JOlp p I
'i'II'; from an enraged woman. Half an to and after midnightthe 0( parlt Jottttge .0, a A 14 IT Lv. I'"IIJO J".II..J.V Tae a 8'JO V 144 1)110 SIe Lv. I eke He en 'I.v, 1.1. t I' 690 1 P \
j\\. passed, and not a whisper came from night pass soon A winter resort that will please you. A or, 111 I' r.v .ulnnUu ,....,1t L.. 7.6 a 3 16 P I p150p10hOnrv.Orangn'CttyLv.125''p604p
I r boy fell asleep. He was awakened I n\. \11311 I' Ar..lIILYllOrt....Lv. Tao a U 00 I' \ 00 P SUlue Ar. Oranllo City Jo.. 11111(11) 566 a
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f I +( below Near Lake Worth and centrally loraj WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
"I said by a thud upon the earth a short distance I : N" ;; ii N.. II 1'1100' 12Oun.
j Y N i' "Ifs my opinion Mr. Gnrley 'Unl.' All modern Improvements. JAd'lre J- o'y HOMESTEAD! EXTeNSION. 1Ially SANFORD" BRANCII
f ',;' .. fP 'q an old salt "that when either gals or away,..as of some heavy animal (cc :> .. anlet, Hi'lect family Hotel with home : .: Er, S.n. Dally _D ally y,
his -- ----- .
jumping from a tree. Opening
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f \ children ia quiet there's mischief brew. eyes a com 'hia Lv ...MIamL: ..........Ar. 500p e90a lv..Tltnsvllle.Ar. 11121111 ,4 "
I'' In'." he saw terror IB his mother's face. She MRS. S. B. BARMAN '16 a Ar.llorne.It'&d..L"...... 8411 P 000. Ar.. .. .: ..buufurd..1 10(10 a ,
r t1, caught his wrist and held It as In the. i Pleasant location, adjoining City j
"Wonder what she's up to. i Box 137 J

,. ;" What she was up to was soon plainly grip"Lookl"of a vise.she cried. | West Palm Beach Florida : Park and facing on Lake Worth. PENINSULAR 'AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS 'AT MIAMI,

evident for smoke Cool, comfortable room, with good
; and painfully Tom following the direction of her -- .
on --- -
( began to issue from the hatchway. : tablosorvlce. ibe Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For '
balls in the
1 eyes, saw two glaring out .
t time to remove U'< >
long
It did not require a larkness. Tearing himself away from (A IDA D. HAYS ProprletremiFOWLER ASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST. .. ;,
the hatch and for the crew to ,
1 ( "' hatchway. They her he kicked the burning logs sending tO1C)( . . . . '
down the -- \(
,,1'\ scamper np sparks and flame that Illumined the
found' Nancy with her face up to a dark He that this would These Time Tables(how the time at which train. may be expected to arrive and I' Pert 'W'. '
I several of the figure. hoped nt the eeveral bat their arrival. or departure a( the Limos stated Is ran t e hawse pipe for air, while drive It away but he was disappointed Conmercial Hotel .r does the ltabloa.l< tuelt responsible toe any delay or any J uO'foua g there '1Qi i

GL l many mattresses piled In the middle and The panther was doubtless hungry/ and B R 0 S. & KING rom. .. ... .':r .f the floor were smoldering I'
? loath to give his Tom went to "
up prey. I of th. LOC L TIM& CARD Other Information :Ji''
I ready to 'burst into a flame. A littlewater his rifle. and CafeC. For Copy or

put out the are but Gurley's "Mother." he said "throw a firebrandat ,MACHINE SHOP "SEE THE TICKET AOEIST." -, i,

;t p wrath had been kindled and was notC' him." w OAB ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY I I. D. RAHNER. A .u G.r 'l.F....Agt, ST. AUGUSTINE.. F1.A ;

to be so easily quenched. He determined But Mrs. Maxcy was not equal to W. Schmid Proprietor AL KINDS LATHE and HA PER WORK ,

on a supreme effort He went up such an act, and Tom resting the butt r :

,,' on deck and gave orders two of the of his rifle on the ground, seized a GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR ,1* 1

men to lower a boat over the port: brand and, first waving It over his ,JEFFERSON BLOCK SALE -

bow, then told two others each to take head, threw It straight at the beast
Nancy by a wrist and bring her up on Netlr Ferry Landing, Lake Front
who shrank away for a time, but It Southern
{+ deck. There she saw a man running was not long before Tom saw those WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA li1way

1 7 out a plank on the port side. Gurley two glaring eyes again fixed upon him. ,

waa angry/ enough/ to make any one Again he tried the expedient of tossing EFFECTIVE JANUARY u, 1905 '

) suppose he was in earnest without assuming a brand, but this time the panther paid

t any harshness of manner. but little attention to it Atlantic Coast LineTHE Three V8.t'b" Trains Nortli and Weal :So 13 No, 6j.:::::
Pointing to the plank, he said to the The realization of the horror threatening :
Lv Jack lOOn.111..' 80 Ry I In 2/'I'' B 2 ou 7 SSP. I... JackeouviIle .... S o Ry 745PI\ OO'L ......
girl: them was what paralysed the Lv J..uu.?............ 80 Ry 9 all\ s.c" to 40p.. Lv J""uP. G..... .. .,. So Ry to 3ov II a3uLv ......
"Ion may as well understand that mother. One of the blessings/ of youth GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORiDA 8av.nn.h...._... 80 Ry 42r. 11op a 15'1.. Ar Mauro. G. ....... ......8. Ry 3 OUR sop" ...... "
Ar Columbia....,..... Ko Ry 0 :lr.p 6651' 6 00.. AI' Atlanta U. ......." ..80 Ry 3 :moo 6..01' ......
i by' this mutiny we've put our necks Is the absence of such realization 'CONNECTIONS Ar Charlott...... ..... 1\0 Ry i r.o 10 o5i., 9 55a. Ar Nome. G............ ...80 Ry 7 J08 a or.p ..... ,
'Aa in a halter. You and the captain are which accounts for the absence of fear Ar G..en.boro. ..... 8. Ky 2 bra 12 yfl. 12 S'p.. AI' Dalton Oa..............So Ry 825'1 9 pip 'M'".
To Ar Danville ....... .. wt R tl 4611 :I eye_ a iZAr thRltanooga.: T ...,..80 Ry 94\1'\< 1061'! ...... ;
You're
t'i the only witnesses against us. and Tom Maxcy was at an age when The Over its own rails to Savannah I Lexingbn Ky. ......Q... C Sauf: A'411h. ...... t

i w ,, altogether too desperate to let live. one doesn't picture dreadful things/ to East+ Washington Ar Richmond ...........,....,...80 It"I 6 sBlI I 6416.:: Ar Clncln"RI. Ohio.. ':Jl 9.2..1'l! 7.ass t..... ?
Now, walk straight out on that plank come. His faculties were all bent on Charleston, Richmond and I .. r.v Unclnll..t. !. 0111<1. HtgFour l G lop 8 30" ,,,,,, '
t his Ar Lynchburg ......",' RYi'34"-4I7a-.asap Ar Lhicago II...... ..8lgFour 1IUR""' 6 811\\ ...... +-
which
/l and Into the water. work was to drive the
/ panther thence via Pennsylvania Ey, Ar Chartotte.vtlla ...110 R'V 7 lOlL tl 02..1 6 10". Clncrn..tI. Olll Pa Lln. II lOlL ...... t ;
"I didn't know you were. a pirate," off or kill him. But the beast declined via All Rail Ar W..blnhltou..llo Itv 10 Un 9 43RI" IIOp.. ArCh""' n.ll1 .... ...PH U......, 833PI' R 30. .,.. ,
!hissed Nancy. to be driven oft. Indeed, Tom ---- Ar 13alt1more..P R k I 113" II ; lvl :lbl'" v C IIcuu"l 0 no 1. 4S1
Ar WUM l'hllad..l"hIRI'RR 14'I 45P AI' ..... Ii A [ /
Chicago III C D
"Got to be a pirate. Mutiny meant noticed a certain undulatory movementof ...... ... ass a-:'
t j, : The The Louisville & Nashville, Ioutgomery Ar New York .-.1' It I'' 4-t4N? 11 ---.I..i..T.HAD .
i a awing to the ;yardarm for every man his body.'whlch' was stretched flat! West No. Vo"lI.n,1 Florida Ar 'Toledo. Ohio ..,.C H It U y 40P// :I 2u ::::: '

,1; of us. Come get along" on the ground that Indicated he was The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery Pullman 34"New Drawll1lJ.ltoom Sleeping C.r TampaExpress..Dally Ar Detroit., MicI1., ..... .. .. I'M r 1lOi pLo

Since Nancy didn't move Gurley mottoned crawling gradually nearer for a spring. comb Jacket villa, t New York r.v Cloddnal4 Ohio..l'aL-1 Lei B Sop 6 UtJ..t..m
''f ----.---- Ar Pit.burg._Pa.Pa L Sl5a I 6 40e {
the men to close around her, and Tom seized a last brand-a big one- : =
for New No. -"Wuhlnlltll. and FlorM. Limpet LvClnclnnati. uhlo..8lg 1"00rl9 Soli
5 i; she was edged out on to the plank. and threw It with so true an aim that To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship\ Company, Daily Pullman Ur..lnlllC.oom. Sleeping. t. Ar Cleveland, Ohio. Big I Pour S. 6 oopl::::::

Gurley ordered a man to go to the port bad not the panther dodged It would The East t York Philadelphia, Boston. and Bait! Jockaonville to New. Yorll. Lv Leiingtou, Ky....... .BuRy p 8 1011Of'
Via Norfolk Steamer to New YorkWajhington! -"-'--- I "
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have Ar LoIIIBVI1Ky\ .lIolty ;iop 8 4Ua\
tt bow to make sure the men in the boat struck him then the boy without: more. No 32.esoIUern9" Psalm LI..it.. Ye.tlArSt. lpuia ..... ...........MoRy 7 "R t 6111'"M"

I' V were ready as soon as they heard a waiting to see the result sprang for Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Company 11111. CI'ulll. 1'udmaf I'r..wllll Ioom Cen pert. AI' Anllision Ale' ...... 80 ny \\l4'IM' 0'.n .....

; sv splash, to pull around and rescue her. his rifle. Mrs. Maxcy rushed frantically via I steamship. for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Uar.m..nt.'lublompoh..Ub.rr"LI"n between: aI' AuguatineJsckwmvllle, .011 Dming ammo! Ar Ar llirmin8ham M..mPII, T Ala.. ":;'>IJ; I 11 8 460 1 i 911q: ,I..,...

The man reported the oarsmen resting Into the tent and bugged her little New York. S Ar Kanaa. Cl! ,h1o..Frt.co:::: Sills p :::t: ',

on their oars."There's girls to her. Their cries seemed to I TO KEY WEST & Occidental = ; ................ 3<> .....
s one way' to Bare yourself' whet the panther's appetite, and Tom via Peninsular Through "The Land or lh. "pM..mphr.'j'.nn' ....,_:..,.,,,.1". P1..I./ I ..." ,
spliced saw him rising on his fore and ,
said Ourley "and only one-get paws ready
Steamship Company r.-J' .<>n..III.. ...., .... ......10 -- ;-. gNo... rt-train"TkeF'.orWe! Limited" Daily. !BPunIW ,
for ItYI 7 .
both articles spring. The lookIng Sap '
Gordon and sign a boy's "'' lid'
,J to Captain eye was : HAVANA I.v !i"v..nah.Ga......... ,.',!O. Ry U I ......... through doy "'; ocll.' al I ..
: it Indemnifying this crew of all down the barrel of his rifle bring ArCoh.mbla.lI.. C ... .........tio My 600a ......... man .luphljJ CRn JBcksollvllle 10 <.1 nu.t!.
h blanue.:' ing the two sights In line with the SOMETHING NEW Ar Asllvlll.. .N.C......... .....to! Ry & SOP ......... --
miles oi tae ptludfV Ar Hot tiprh'IJ'! N. C......... to! My 2 371' ..,.. ... So.: 111-Pullman ISrAwh'jJ Room Sleeping Car
( "Marry him! Never! center of the brute's eye. The distance Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 among Ar Knoxville, ttofu.......... ao Ry 600p .,,. .... between Juekeavllle' \ Dirndnguaol" Mo"'pltls" ,
r rv' her boys. was not great, not more than a dozen railroads in the Southern States are on tale by the principal agents. Lo..I.v\ll.\ ..... ........ ..... y 8'soa .,. ..,.. ..nIl Kiln..... ('It). I
} "Shore off Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic Coast Llu!!. Ar Sl Louis..................."..So My .. ,
cried the girl by this time:/ yards. He had a test and his young Ineln"l\lIl. Oulo ...... .. Bi3j ; .M'Ar' .
7" il' "Stopr Frank C. B yleston. Commercial Agent W. D. Stark. Traveling Paaaeoitet .--__>0 It I......... N... 5.-ChlcngnandFI"rldaSpunlal'Solid' I \ '
l;vl y} quite frightened. "I'll sign..' heart was beating scarcely' more rapidly Agent 138 et Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H. M. Emerson N3<>-DRII)" PllllmRIl VrawlnR-Room and veattbtde Irl\ln. Pullmau UrOl.wlllR Room (:JllnBIII1 l ;

u's' r HAll right Let her come aboard." than usual. He was sure If he fired Traffic Mann ev, W. J. Craig, General Passenger Agent, Wilmington/: N C.ThoseAwjulllcadacbes. t Sleeping. l'ar betwteen. JacksollvlIe and nrtl t'etweun, lblc.Jf": St. \IIKIIHUn'levelsnd. .'lulrolt Inckaon.llle and' St Clnetn. l.oul.-,1':iUntJlnll"U. .4.,, vn.Eacellett .
jf Ourley drew up the agreement which before the panther sprang he could: ,

the girl asked to take below to read i hit his bead and believed he could bit
Dining Car Service! "
r Wfr over Her request was granted and the eye be aimed for. At a moment

I. when she came up she had signed It. when the beast was perfectly still and ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE!; i,
brought from the cabin the bead at the muzzle of the rifle In 'From New. York, Wo.hinglou .tc.-N". \\.hh'Kloo. rod Plnrlda Limited"tjato '
f Gordon was up a. nt,
From New:<< York,
W..I".lt\ln. ..
uto.-NI
80u ,
line with the' breech and thepanther's ... .. 31' h"rn' I'uhn iJmtxd., 2111>>; P. m.
1 and: Informed that there was to be s sight "" Cincinnati. Wa &etc.--Na'. .... "Waallh..u! RUd t'I ; ......." .
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Scotch marriage. The pair were asked eye Tom pulled the trigger. Prom .hl"alto: ; !=Cincinnati Atlanta elc.-No.. 14nNPlortdg I'lorida "LI.'t..j'p' 9:00: a. 111..
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I..ImUed
stand side side when the girl exclaimed The animal /gave a spring Into the air : ; ,
q to by Indications of some form of stomach PromchlonKoCtnmmmLlChuttantogaAllanmeta' \ Nay "4luongu-I IuiIJa I Npeefal ,
Are euro : 9n5 p."
and fell back motionless.
n : trouble, biliousness or a bod liver. Malaria will i. C LUSK Dm. Pass
"I'm not going to marry that whipped Tom waited to see U be would stir, next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above all, Agent 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, FU ,

,6''. cart I didn't: agree to. Read the pa. but aa he did not he called to his don't take calomel orq'linine-both aredangerpoaH&RBINE : RDJVt W. H. TAYLOE O. p. A. ,. 1

k, per." mother that he bad killed the monster I/ iy : I :i
,1\\ f Ourley cast his eye to the paper and then walked forward to Inspect him. .

for the first time noticed that the nam When he came near enough to .see a

,' !. of Ralph Gordon bad been erased and stream of blood pouring from the eye baa flli their Th'tuenontJ of their :"' ,. ,
he knew surely that he had pierced
that of Tom Ourley substituted. deadly effects. IIERBINE taken
W.
"Well I'll be Jlngoedr exclaimed the his brain. '' regularly will forestall headaches,put FENT0N & (20I't
;, The little marksman vainly endeavored .
i mate. "Did ever any one ee"the like digestive orgttnaln perfect condition -
V". .1\! to Induce his mother to and .' ..... 1> : ,
of come head off buiousness, headaches, 0 >
doln' the :\\I't .
of woman I I was job ." !" : r: # '
'I I see for herself, but she would not Ills in good health. 1""'"" M ifl.r'J. Undertakers ''
1 makln' her walk the plank, and abeT I I' l lives keep you : andEmbalmers
would she to l with the 'j,' : ,:..;,); : !:'
Neither sleep .M. ,
go
TRY IT TO-DAY. ""I .
honest .. "
'I'' preferred me to an man. J/ =.. .t. ; ", :
11) to break horrid form lying so near the tent. Bottlo. AH Dru. lst". ,.., ..-' '* ,/ l'' !/ I '
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W/ + That was the end of the plot SOo s. ='.: ::; ;;'.... JJ '"f'
1 r.Nancy Greene and six months late But It "was not long till daylight/ and -...-_ ..;!!'. ;::.....
f ; had ;
terrible night passed.A.
the M
$ the married Tom Gurl J'. Sold at Biegel's Drug Store. Gruber
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( THE TROPICAL STJN WEST PALM BEACIJ.14'LORIDA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 8, ((1905 PAGE FIVE

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r. MRS CHADWICK IS 'PREftlOENT NAME CABINET. I Orders From Abroad. Hotel for Havana. I ----y,

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Several weeks Cupt. Geo. B. Baker Very important news for Floridian T1''firYVY..ITLLryY..a.nYYYYVVTYYVYVYYY fTTTTT
'Only Change PLACED ON TRIAl Postmaster General. placed in The Tropical Sun an advertisement come in an Associated Press dispatch f

Washington, March 6.- The special offering' for sale a fine lot of from Havaaa?Cuba, to'the Times-Union,

... .session. of the senate was opened today,: horses and cows, aooo after which he Hs. dated Saturday., The dispatch says: "Sir ,, .C'R-EX "

by loud applause for Vice Provident pallid of a good portion of the stock; In Wm. C. Van Horn has arrived" here accompanied -
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Andrew Carnegie Faces WomanIn Fairbanks when he appeared la the this city, besides having made several by Mr. H. Bt. Flagler and

'., the Court Room. chamber to preside De ait; once rappedthe sales to persons Id various parts of the Vice-President Parrott, of the Florida .

I senate ''to .order and jprs.yer was county. At that time be )little thought East Coast Railway, and others. The

offered by Chaplain Hale. of finding customers beyond the borders party visited President! Palma and made .

BOTH SIDES READY FOR TRIAL. The first: order of the vice ''pr sl- of Dade but be 1s now convinced that a tour of the city. They will proceed to -

dent was to direct the secretary to the people everywhere read The Tropical Santiago tomorrow. Sir Wm. VanHorn

Mrs Chadwick la Charged .with .Vial read the journal Contrary to the Sun. stated to the Associated Press that Mr. From the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota ,

tlona of the. National Bank .LaN .,. usual order.the reading/ wu allowed U. A few days ago: he received an order Flagler had come'(>o his Invitation, and

Andrew proceed ;to .ita .conclusion. The new for a saddle pony to be shipped to the while be would be glad to interest Mr. Springs a spodtaueoui growth/;
Carnegie Present ;to -Give senators Piles Washington, Bulkely ass e4 ::
Governor of the Bahamas. The Captainat Flakier In his big Havana hotel project, ks'; of exquisitely colored round 4
His Testimony. of .Connecticut, ,FoUnt of California,
out a swell little and nothing definite was being done in that t
picked
.i Nixon!: .of Nevada, Burkett of Nebraska once pony \b grass, from which has < been
Cleveland, March'C.-Tie (trial! .ot i Raynor of Maryland, Carter olMontana sent it to Nassau,, and now it is learned direction. Mr. Flagler said to the Associated _: IitiIIi! ii, .. created the marvel ofj modern 1 1x
is the finest Press that while he not mak / 'j
Mrs. Causie I* Chadwick tor alleged ,- Sutherland, .of Utah, and that the Governor ridIng was
violation of the national bank laws be. Hemenway of Indiana were warmly nag on.the islahd. ing prophecies, he thought if he carriedout 'y, commerce familiarly Known at

gtffL in the United States district court greeted by their,colleagues Iri :the sen This shows what judicious advertising the project for railroad extension at y' "Crex'Grass Products." This

I" today before Judge R. W. Taylor. Noene ate. will do.W'hen. Key West and a quick-car ferry for the ,l wonderful grass-the world'

}. was admitted to the'court room la .response 'to a. resolution Mr. Allison passenger service to Havana others ii ; p ti1.fi'; y most beautiful hl 'eat-grows"
t
without credentials.The buy bread why not have. undertake ; 8
and .Mr. Gorman were named asa you ought to the hotel. Mr. Flag soil
case was get for 8:80: -and ten committee :to notify :the presidentthat the best' The splendid reputation ler impressed with tbe.improvement 'V from a purely vegetable

n minutes prior to that time Mrs. Chad- the senate was Jn session and Majewskl'B bread 1 la making for itself in business and the awakening of Cuba that produces nothing else

wick came' Into court In the oustody ready .to receive any communication Is due ,to 'the oare taken In baking. It since! his last visit, five years ago. r (}i rJ Ili;, / save the pretty wild flowers i

{ ot two bailiffs. She was calm and he .had .to offer Recess was then ia always the best; Its quality can not I ft-t! I that enliven the aspect of
melf-possessed. She wore a black: skirt taken -to .1 be' excelled. It.
1 p. m. Try Mr.J. B. McGlnley spent Monday sad: '/J ripening grain and testify to
white silk waist, over which was worn The president sent a large number yesterday in Miami on business. ,
)t a black velvet coat. She wore a wide of nomination .to the senate today Including "Sermons by the Devil/ See !tread the pure and wholesome life

black hat. She took: a seat at a long all of the members of the present It. At .Ida.?.. Hotel Improvements.It / of this prairie country.
table in the center of the courtroom cabinet except Postmaster Goner

( Immediately behind her leading counsel al Wynne. 'Mr. George B. Cortelyov Tearing Away Ruins. is said upon what seems to be good The nature of the soil- I.

Jap P. Dawley; and resting her chin was nominated for that 'office.It C. to. Schmid began Monday morning: authority that during the coming summer
on her right hind remained a eloselly was anounced ,today that 'Secre. the work of tearing away the ruins of several changes are to be made in freed from all mineral substances--makes the grass wholly fibre another ;

Interested spectator. As soon as- Judge tary .of, Treasury Shaw will retire the Commercial Hotel building; which the Royal Palm Hotel. Among the improvements word for adaptlbility to the many methods of manufacture and very long n

from the cabinet In February, 1906. last month was gutted by fire. The workof will be tbe extension of the wear. Practically la indestructible by wear. d

demolition is under the direction of two large verandas eastward and across Being wholly fibre it is a sanitary product.and moth will not attack j,
READY TO MEET STRJKE.'In Messrs. Thorne and Varmiss. The entire the boulevard into the bay: the erection '

structure will be removed and the of a swimming casino the largest in tbe It. ,

Case of Walkout New York Streel lot put in readiness for the construction world, and tbe head verandas Which, Furniture in all designs.Art .
Car Company Has Men on Hand. after reaching the water, will take the
of a modern hotel building which Mr. Squares 6x9 8x10: 9x12.
New York, March 6.-Tt la learned
of The
shape a magnificent pier. swimming
Schmid proposes to erect .in the early
that.62 men --arrived here last night summer. While plans] for the new>building pool as now planned will be 150 Rugs in all sizes.
and were quartered aboard ,a steamer feet in width by 1,000 feet in lengthwitltdeep L
have not yet been completed It is the G
lathe North River were brougb
and it.
shallow water places in
Intention of Mr. Schmid to
_ 'from cities of erect a con
various t
the west with all modern In it will be provided the shoot-the-
forestall .a .threatened strike! on the I crete building appointments 1VLE.GRUBER. :
sboot, high diving board the highest
subway and elevated lines controlledby and In keeping with the growth .
in tbe world-and aquatic gymnastic
the 'Interborough Rapid Transit and progress of the city.
company.In I I The timbers and material that are taken paraphernalia. It is also: proposed, it la .

.II \ spite of the efforts to keep the arrival I I from the old building will be usedIn said to hold swimming "events there eAIAAAAAAAAAA AAAi1tWlAWAUVAAUA/A/UVAUAAee.

of the men a secret, the em tbe construction! of a two-story cottageon every year the hotel to offer liberal
ployes of the'InteTborough company Clematis Heights purses for the winners.-Miami News.

"t were Informed and ata, meeting of the .TTTTt yYV.yv.YYYYyYY.Y .eYYY TYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYe
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M1 ;i1 1" fta. executive committee of the Amalgamated For Sale. To Rent, Boardlng.Furnlah- i

MRS. OABSUC CHAD WIOrt.a' association did not break: uj The many friends of Capt. L. C.Holmes ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at SUMMER HOTEL, CHICAGO
a'' Taylor had taken hla seat he said: until this morning the situation was will regret: to learn that he is- quite seriously The Tropical Sun offloe. 1

"The case of Mrs. Cassie U Chad. thoroughly discussed. The opinion was } 111.Attorney. -

wick. unofficially expressed that .a strike Finest line of candies at the Ma- HOTEL DELi Pt ADO
i "We are ready your honor," said cannot be averted. W. I. Metcalf has been spend. jewskl bakery.

,, Prosecuting Attorney 'Sullivan. It Is understood that agents acting inK several days in Miami in attendanceupon A High; -Claee Family and Transient Hotel.
"
"We are ready .announced Mr. for the company expect to mobilize
the spring term of the Circuit Working Night and Day. Located between Wnnhlnittoo and Madlnon ATflnneH, fronting on tbe Midway
Dawley. a force of at least'one thousand. The
Court. Boulevard adjourning; the Chicago Unlver lty.
United States Marshal: Chandler The busiest and mightiest little thing
first clause of the contracts with the
that ever was made Is Dr. King's New Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board w Two People,
summoned 12 jurors to the box and as that the applicant "ful
specifies
men
from $30 to S40 Week.
Mayor Currie was among the visitorsto Life Pills. These pllla change weak per
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con as they were seated Mr. Dawley ly understands that this Is for strike
Miami Monday. ness into strength listlessness into Twelve mlmitea tram down town via Illinois Central Railway,
addressed the ,court, saying: work in the .city of New York." Those energy, brain-fag into mental power. All trains etop at OOrd St.,. to which! bugs Bite should be checked. I
"We would like to know, your honor who desert are to receive no pay what They're wonderful in building up the BRADLEY A MUSERVE. Proprietors.
what will be the rule In this case as ever. Attorney II. P. Brannitig went to MI- health. Only 25o per box. Sold by all

far as the matter of challenges Is con ami Monday druggists.
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cerned FISH SMOTHERED BY DENSITY.
"I don't think," replied Judge 'Tay

lor .'that we can make any hard and Hundreds of Tons of Dead Herring In To Consumers
Only :
fasts rule concerning challenges, butI Bottom of Departure Bay.
would suggest that the counsel chat Nanaimo, B. C., March 6. For the Printing THE TROPICAL SUN
"Remember will back if not Pleased."
you get your monev
lenge as much as possible for cause 'third time within three years has occurred o Job Department

without saying that the charge against that remarkable phenomenonof We have been selling the very best Block Butter made i 10 tbe world-
Mrs. Chadwlck was conspiracy against hundreds of tons of dead herring
"DIAMOND .
Y"hrand-bi1owthe wholesale market price all the season, 1
the United States In connection with lying at the bottom of the channel neal
Every new customer was a euro convert to "Diamond X." We have sold
:
financial irregularities committed, In Departure bay, and there seems to bl
,rI various transactions with the Citizens' no explanation of the killing except Poor Thousand; Five Hundred Pounds: of this Butter in tbe l/1stSixty Days.

National bank of Oberlin, O. that1 the fish came rushing in in such Tbe wholesale. price in Jacksonville Is 3Qo per lb. in cane lots. We have

Mr. Dawley then commenced the examination numbers that they were smothered bj:' Five Hundred Pounds in stock which we will sell to consumers! ouly. At 35c

of the jury. He was busy their very density. per Ib. block; 3 blocks for $1.00; not more than 3 Ibs. at one time.
with the third juror when the door Fishermen say'they saw the herring
opened and Andrew Carnegie, follow come rushing through the water will ]4lbll of Sugar ?1 00 Frnsh. Cottolene lie a pound

ed by & T. Everett, at whose home he the swish of escaping steam, eeemlngly Armour's Star Ham 15o a pound in pails from 2 to 10 pounds.
k'. Is staying entered the room. gasping and panic-stricken. For 24
Mr. Carnegie gave one quick glanceat hours the rush kept up. until tha bot Armour's Breakfast Bacon 15ca Royal Baking 1'0wder40cpouod cans

the woman sitting bythe table and tom of the channel was white with! ),
Lard 80 a pound Corn( and Roast Beef lie pound cans
then walked quietly past her to a dead fish, heaped in places to the I

eat on the east side of the court room. height of three feet. West Palm Beach baa' fine grave; yard, but we are not going; to be "

; Mrs. Chadwick was Ignorant of his A conservative estimate of the buried in it, are you? .

arrival and made no sign as he paned amount. of herring killed in the course ',. .
her. Later the Information was whls of 24 hours is 1,000 tons, almost ai Pay us your Cash for Groceries and CM Ont of That Hole ,

to her that Mr. Carnegie was much as the amount drawn from the
pered J.We will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar epent for Groceries.
in the room but she did not turn her harbor by fishermen during the whole.
need nor glance in his direction.Mr. season. Respectfully
Carnegie, on the contrary, THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. LTrWeekly

r seemed to be highly Interested in Mrs. FILIPINOS' TO PROTECT ANIMALS. By H. J. BTJBKIIARDT

Chadwlck and as he sat where be Across The Lake.
could study her closely without being Societies/ for Prevention of Cruelty te

himself observed he took advantage Animals MayBe Formed.

of his opportunity to the full and subjected Washington, March 6.The bureauof d """

her from time to time with Insular affairs war department ha }

I' close scrutiny. From time to time beheld just received act No. 1,285, enactedby Sailings Between

whispered conversations with Mr. the Philippine commission, author The Beach Club I IINCOBPOKATBD
Everett and they reviewed his interestIn !zIng the corporations of the society JACKSONVILLE + NEW YORK

for the prevention of cruelty to animals
the proceedings. CilUnir at Charleston, 9.C., both wayt.
d,. Mr. Dawley in mentioning the name in the Philippine Islands. ( ) THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THIS COASTWISE SERVICE
G of his client J Invariably called her The organization Is authorized to* ap -
I Mrs. "Shadwlck" which afforded con point agents In the islands who shall estaat1ant rUE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES

lid rjl.ble amusement to toe audienceat have the authority to make arrests foi
:first and caused Mr. Carnegie to I, violation of the laws enacted by thcommlasion. ..- Direct Service Betweec.JACKSONVILLE .
PROVIDENCE
BOSTON AND
,
mll. broadly when he first heard of Those who are acquainted -- AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
i with the habits of the Orient in the '
both
Calling at Charleston ways.
it.The jury was secured in lets than treatment of animals can not but rue Breakfast Dinner HKMI--WEKKI.YSAILINGS. '
an hour. ognlze that the society will find s Imncheon )outht und From Lewis' Wharf Bt'ltoQS'orthbollDd

wide field of usefulness.New From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
'Under AT ALL HOURS .
Modorman ls Dragged Car.
,
Sheriff Appointed In Alabama. LINE
CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER
'itontfcomery' Ala., March, G.J1'hom.as .
Birmingham Ala., March 1.-A dispatch --
A. limes! a motorman for the Montgomery Between Jacksonville and Sanford.Stopping .
V today from :Montgomery states
street railway was badlly Astor St. Bereslord (Detand) and .
that W. W. Tatum has received the at Palatka Francis
mangled in being run over by his own appointment as sheriff of Crea haw Special Orders Received for Parties. Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns Hirer

; car at 7:20: o'clock this morning. It of Three or More Jacksonville"pred.k
county, vice S. D. :May, who mysteriously Cityof
F may be necessary to amputate both left the state some time ago and Steamers "
o tl, leg* He was removed to St. Mar- has failed to return. His bondsmen ( tip DeBary" : :
I'I'caret's hospital, where it Is feared he have given up security for him, and the 're' appointed to Mil a. follow*!-Leave Jacksonville, dally except Saturdaja at 8:00 p. m
A 1 die. The accident occurred at Re&untns.eave "Sanford daily except Sundays at ::1W a.m.
,
may declared the office va
probate Judge Open To Members Only
street at the head
head of Commerce Northbound
cant. The governor thereupon appointed outhboond SotKMlule.
'"'
: of the uaderpatch. In an effort to ad- which has met SEASON OP 1905CLTY Head down. need PJACKSONVI1AK .
jp Just his car, the motorman was struck Mr. Tatum, Leave: 330 pm. ..... .. .......... ...... ..".Arrhre a 00 am
'. k Kby and dragged under with, universal approval. .. t4Spm.*. AIA ..Lear B 00 pm
the stone railing
e costa ... ASTOR .". Sjopm
; ..'the car. Many Emigrants Arrive 4 30 am..T. J oepn ,'
'i, ; r. New York March 6.-Nearly 20,000 : -- _, .. .. ,.. ... ...... .....BKKJS8FORIMDmI.AND)....... w tannin
g LambermontDead., of rrl... SO.m.............,....<.SANFORB ...<.......... 9loam
Baron the spring
yf 1 emigrants, forerunners .. 10 00 sm.............".................ENTERPRISE........."..,.... 16 00 ala
?I Brussels. March 6.-Baron Lamiherj rush are scheduled to arrive thin week. It Ita'
MEAT MARKETFlorida
j;mont, secretary general of the foreign Last week 14,688$ were brought In oy General Passenger and Ticket. Office _122,_W. Bay St., Jacksonville

.".1' office,, died today folowln a stroke thirteen! ship. Of the eighteen ships! : -wad Western, Meats I'oultry, Game and Eggs. .M. IRONMONUKH.!: Jr?Au't Ben'l Faaa At JIt Wa., Bay 81,,Japasonrlllo. ,.t.. 1
? eC paralysis on Saturday.' For,fiaIf scheduled to arrive seven will bring W.e..000PhtaJr.Prel. : ( ., C.1. iOV aLL.Su.|.*..
the Baron had much to do Italians' Of the 'large "numbernow Mail Orders Receive! Cartful Attention. Foot of Hogan Street, .1.11".111" Ptoiide MILNO.Osn'iPr's. ,
a centruy 7,587 1. C. HAHBBTT, Grnl :Burn tfu .At..New' YM k. fLYDE Aft, NVTHaU
i with directing the' foreign policy of coming from Italy the majority U. KOKK, WBf.F. (jL YIJ4I! *. CO.,
v Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEAOH Genarat Manager, Uencru Ag nUCbeMbrontls ;
lIel.lum.fJ. will _go west. Balldlaa 10 State Street N' .w Turk '
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is' SHE PREFERRED A Fearful Night. / WEST: PALM Bb'.l1G-!WINTER HOl 2s. .,'

5'A PIRATE -- __ ... FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY! 1 1For

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A boy of fourteen stood before tent iq.l In Effect Jan: 30 1905:
tl [Origins! ] a Ao local TIma Card Ho. 59. .
with a bucket of water In kla hand .JioZZand crbeUirgioiaNleilly )
{ G t' Captnln Ralph Gordon ana bin' matt : t f p

Toiu Ourley' 'stood on the after deck that he bad Just brought from the .. 80UH.aOUND-RUO DOWN, NORTH.BtUND-.REAO UP. xNo.

of the Mchoonur Swallow AraWshlpa a stream below. He wa much excited.A WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA tuoted! 00 1 "
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f Clematis ;;: re NO. 28 Na 1111 <
AvenOeW. No. 16 ry
girl In trim blue outing dress with .ee No ao NO. 28 i I
a woman came out of the tent, and. .No.29 elATION
} sailor collar and a Tarn O'Shanter cap the little fellow said to her Lake Beautifully Front,Located commanding on the a ...,t p'\m' .B.. ". 'ftorida Dally Dally 'Rally DailY;' = --Dstly-- .. _Dally l lp Dally Paly_ ,, 1

i was leaning over the !gunwale Mother, there are panther tracks on I S Finn Vlew :br ate Royal ;;- i'iiGP; ;; ; "'aa Ly..JlUlk. an..Ule..Ar.! 758p 7509 740p 00\) a 610 :
.80.J.'kJtooyUl.x.'I'
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"Better not try It captain" maid Our- Polnt'luna Lake Worth i slap 10(15a .. ...... 8005 781a pS15p
and 040p
the trail to the river." 120p 11111.I as & .........$$1.Auguat/ue.. ] 650p
ll'' I i; l:7. "It'll result In a muddle. These All Modern Conveniences 1162a .H..tlnRS....:...... 686 p1018p 84AaVLH
tiger gall la dangerous." '"Sure' said the* woman, paling.: Cuisine Guaranteed ,.r ') p 200p u10p '9465.Eaatialatk5. ..... ... .Slip. :. .. _IIlIlp _8475 aRtl .'

+; u t; "Can't give It now. We'v.'gone "Sure/ ?" first-Class I -2IGp IlIlIIIp--10811& Ae..a.p.Palntka .. .....Lv' Otll Oulla k kI
,; up Rates :;gPp : OOlia
too far," Two little girls came out with frightened No Tuberculosis ,J I U4M1py 180p 1146& 11110& Lv..P..1atk& .., .. ...Ar, _-OOOa ---.-
$ d -- .
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YP The mate went forward and the captain faces. They had heard the news Patients Taken 8 $l0 and $f? 8111 P 110 P -Ar..8..n Mnteo..Lv 690 '8110P. 700 .
S 100. a
....... :BanMuluo.Ar 7WP 706p
and 'III" 800. r
II, paced the deck nervously. young as they were, understood -
1 t e..e'oe'o ee e ota' e o ebe -
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pi Ralph Gordon wail terribly In love It The Maxcy family were pioneerswho 8 Per Week IiiiiiiP'. Lv...........Neog.........Lv. 4H8 p '
/ ... ..... .. .. .. IV4 P {;
lOOp
,,, with Nancy Greene a shrew. In order had come to the country to settle, .. ? J uumood. .. ... 117 11 ;. '
1 U6) .
.; P :::.... .\, ........ 'DO p t ,
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to tame her be had Invlted per fora : 111B..
but had not yet built their cabin. The f OPEN NOVEMBER i;6 7904 !118.. 1111 aIUlip ,
i..i 184p 1120 .. ........_..Orll..md...........,. 8 8P 'lOP
sail on his schooner and concocted a father had gone.to the nearest county jU: 0111 lOOp 140 p 1120 ..r.........Daytoll............. 8 1100.. 410 t
.''ili I'' ,bam mutiny to be led by Gurley. } i po. p lfifi P" ....,.....Pm't Ornlllfl). ......... 887 P Aio".19WI T
sent to enter the land and would not palms Mrs. A. L. tlAUOtl, Prod.. 297p 1201p ...........JII..wBmyrll............ 80 JI 846p 180. -
J1IS'1Ollllp; .......... (ink 11<11 ........... 92a i
obedience be back till the following day. The i i OOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXKKXXXXXXXOMRS ( 81111 P I' 12559 ...... ... :1'I1..v1l1e.. ... ....... .. 122 p 546k i214&.' 26& 4
mother and ion consulted what they 1'MO.d'" 440p 4't,9 P .............,0ole.i............... 114 P IIl aOb
abe long Now Open., ..
J to whom 4 P ..?.. ;t( .... 1 10690p P J
", and whom she had put off from year to should do. The panther would likelybe 416p 112p .......n.ockl".Kt'. olel.a........ P lot P "
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; : 4tH IIU ........ ..Ieu Oailte......... I 18 P Uti P 10M P
>', year. back again, and there was no certain o A l large| home-like Hotel well ap : @@@@ 621 1168 l' P IIIW P ....... ...Melbollrn............ .. I 14h/ P 111I P 104& II
N i' Presently Gurley walked aft from defense. True little Tom Maxcy < pointed and brauttfuilyloeatedgly-; ( I' 5SUp P ............Nebaatlan.. ..........,1126 a ..
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; ; r;;:::: .. ... .Ib. L'.lo.. ...... .... 111110"
the forecastle followed by the crew, had his rifle and for a boy was a fair \ | Inn tbe comfort without tbe COBS of i Gottago 'iIIIIU p 6/Up I Stop : ..:.....:P'oraIIerue........... 11021'II'P ,11MpOAep ,
tG i about the meat > the more expansive one Situated on, riggs { .. ...... ............ 9665 I
+ ) 7, '\ and began a complaint shot, but supposing tjm\ panther should <> Lake Worth, oiipoiilte the Royal I 70J I' ...... ..R denla. ........... 061... : 10 p ..'1 \
,' that 'was served them at the same :! 700 .........,..:.J"n..n.::.... 1147"&o P ''I!
'.,' time demanding "duff" three: times a come upon' thorn suddenly or that Tom'should Poluulana Hotel White waltre e.... : : H. B. BRICKS Proprietress 7 HI'I' ...... ....Stuart............: 70'f' P fd
miss him In that case the Electric. bell Good floblntr, hunting 7171 .:.... .....Uooolour.0011" P .'
with : : Bvernla Street ......... 718
; + week. Gordon feigned to reason : .We.'J\1pltor. 861. P '
and boating Kat> 3 BO and )() i 7115 P
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I would be at the brute's ... S4Ap +
', family mercy. Ar..WextYalmBel .. B0s 10265 P
", \ them .whereupon they mad. a rush The little T per day. Special rates by tbe woo It. VOt Palm a.aob, loiOd' : 'il5n USa S/Op 9Wp tlti0p tltiUp 1120"800p Lv..,.....1'n6n Brlleh ..... 1100" 1010" 00 00O p" \,
{ 't for him bound him hand and foot and girls watched their mother'sface UUe ,010p IIV6p OlUlp .......Wos'l.ahnJlellCh ....Ar405 Gila SOIp .
+ and, seeing the anxiety depicted : v6t ...... .. ) n..... .Lv 711" 6/u( ,P i
locked him In him i : 11 ;
him Situated Near Lake Worth
; taking below ; The palms | IOOUp ... .L1Lnnflenlale.' ...... 701. 0 1111 P ,y
l I cabin. there clung to her skirts. : 101lOp' :........B6 ......: 011a 1141' I t11W
I looked this) mutiny Since there were no neighbors to West Palm Beach Florid : A SELECT WINTER HOME t I' ......... .II..lInn.1o, .......... fifi' a 4111' ,,\ I III
Nancy Greene upon there III p' ..........:Lemon Clty........... II \\IIj.. 1147 I' 'I
:,\I ,. and especially the want of resistance help was nothing to do but make :........................: HOT AND COLD BATHS ... II IIO!: P 1140 P 100 p ........,... ........... 020'a 800. 040 P 'Yin' ( > !
+ on the captain's part with the only preparation possible-that is, .,
r NO CONBOHPTIVKB TAKEN h
4 and the flashes of gather wood for the purpose of building lhdrotrnrlnrCnnontrnhtsmM,7sand2aandauttetSlur1dfN/ ('nrson .trelna9aand110 ,' yctavren
astonishment
.
\ I' an dumb approaching thunderstorm In herr a fire. Tom got his rifle In good ............................. (J) WHOLKHOrjE' BOMBUOOKINOBoarding. ....w lo.n11'JneJC"'Invllle''." and 1111",1." l'nrlor Cars ort tt..llIe 80 and to botweol\. A\lgn.U: and: ,,!

pN eye. No sooner had the captain been shape, but it was bf small size, and XXXi' _-.-::" '" f

C r ;3 i disposed\ of than Gurley approached lest his mother its ball feared to have him use it : pAo oamington : :.!,!:;;; :;D SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSm LLE Arm T.. AUGUST!.if \ 'I
tiny would only the
n d, 'o, her and ordered her below. Her only enrage 'I I
," reply was with an Iron bolt whlcb panther. Tom worked all the morning .. .. .-- "'.2J' Nu.Z7t No.Z9t Na J5} Na 41 Na Nw billy 17 No.9t No.93} .N nf :, r

: she had picked up at the first dawn gathering wood and spent the after- A. E. O. METCALFE ,Proprietress Dot1sl: Daily !J..lly Dally Dully. Dlllly ftl fox. Ion. :p..lly. 11..1ti.' '\ '.. Magi "

i ( / of trouble and had not Gurley dodged noon seeing that the pens containing .. .. I,;:;;,,,(,. i;; g-;;' ; mWAia1916rM, -;; 8011"; 6t8rM amps 11OM. i ''I
the cattle were secure. ,, 116I'M 11101'11 tOll1'1II eta pit VJeMIOpbPM: r
,; the ringleader would bar WEST PALM BEHH, FLORIDA .tAni"'kIuWAM1U4aAal12ZOAM
expertly: : : .
The went down and darkness DeHlralilo people who wind a plenuanC ., =, .:.... -
sun ; .
r ,J been put out of the fight. The crew place to atop at while In Went Palm Na ; Na 96 t'1i IW Na 9Zt ND.180iif :'l8i-Na4 201' Na IS} No.1.. j S ,

t' : ," roared like bulls and brandished; came stole over upon the the land.family An as awful night dread drewon. : Open all the year. Beautiful location : Buach will and MINARET COTT AOB." lif0t'.. :';ii. Dolly Dolly EtlSua.Dully Daily Ex.llallp Sao. Ems.Da11Y Snn.;., lI..ly! \\NO. llatl y I_Daly_ :

knives but Nancy was no more appalled Would : on Lake Worth. Bright cheerful : on* Olive Htroet between Kvernla and ;:' A..uae-: ; ;; -5WAM; 780&M 160" UOAII 1110"11 1140AN\ liters Cl901'N'I4'II'
the find another 7
1 y than .If they had been so many panther Fern |lust such, a place Nine clean ''' OUIIAM Hour 6AUAM. o 110 All UIOl'lIl 401'1I 111'11I 7W PM74UPM ,
meal and let them alone They hoped room and wide veranduM, Special, :::_ r
: :
taken
She finally fnrnlHhed comfortable
? was neatly
V' bleating sheep. room I .
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;; ; f"rew1I111G oborg'ii.
Care and extra oat
I ""'< extdaatvnlv of Pullman or P.r&n' '
In rear by a laughing sailor whose for the best Tom lighted the 'fire, : rates. for the innaon. : .bed. ; good wholesome food | VERY {lily. 1.?91"ml". to "I"rlll".t on t lheNP troll\ ail whll'li 110.at"or..."tlI.... IN cbar"I'd" [C Cr "
which he had laid directly before the moderate prices are the revommftndatlotifi. -- r"
face she could not see, her arms pinioned 1
: ,' she was thrust down the forecastle tent, and he had driven a forked .......................... Only a limited, number of roomarsc..n tit I r.:t 9--gT.Au-li'jj NI1 AND No. 40 be. 25 PALlS BEACn AND MIAMI. 20'.i, '.'

I 7. companionway and the hatch branch into the ground on which to be accommodated. TtU>le boarda .Iy N S WcSMYRNA. -Daily, Dally .I .',

,* ::1t closed. rest his rifle. The little girls were put specialty ''I'I' Lv..9t.! Augurr.) \ 1100" 98lAM Lv..rirbakera..Ar.ff" .; ," /(,.! ,
to bed. and Tom and his mother OK1.f. 1.1.g1 __ MRS. FRANK DARLINQ. .11' f.v..Paxt. 1."Iu.Lk..Lv.IOIO".. 11110". L1'.Wo.'l'.hnDellOh..A. '
kept
1'
{ Gordon'
Ir There was no sound from "r' 1' .lIOIPIOrl1lonIL..Lv; 8 OA.IO.IG", .. I.,. .... Lnntana..Lv. ''iu '
n 4 Ire. stateroom aft nor Was any expected. watch. ,. P .\t..,.... .. 1II1ytnlll..J.v, 7fiU"M 1104".. 1-v..F. Lauderdale. .... .v. pa ,I'I I
{ Tbere was stillness except the occasional I p ...., .. .Nrw IIlIIyra" .., Lv. 78f/AM 11611" Ar..Mland......... Lv. >" ; ,V '
I But some sound was expected from the .FA Qarmcm \ \ :j...:-- -- -- ,.' "

i rJ /, forecastle. The crew listened for such snapping of the fire or the cry i ,: Nw- I. Na 18'" NOlo J Na I lo. 2 No (;:

ti ; ;r:' cries and Imprecations aa might come of mother a distant loon. Hour after hour the West :!: .1--t:; 11\11), MAVPORT BRAN"II -Daily- .pjy-...... .flatly......... Dally.......... ORANOE CITV BIt\NCII .Dally_ Dally ,,Ii rfJuekn
and Palm -
son sat waiting for the Beach, florid.o
i If -
Half hour '
+ S I I:: from an enraged woman. an : par CottageWEST ; .... 4 UI\r.V.\ IIvllle Ar.8E0a4W P 400p 5lmLv.NewSmyetaAr. IkOp7soJ', :
lg I passed, and not a whisper came from night to pass, and soon after midnight CJI winter retort that will A < 61f I' I.v. Pablo. I./ul".Lv/ 7110 a 3 20 P H4 P 10210.. Lv I alto Eelen'Lv. 12 asp' 211( p \
please 18
V i if* the boy fell asleep. He was awakened you. ;IJ: n 6 Ig I' f.v ALI/lllllu Beach L" 746 a 1I1fi I' I 160 I p 108110.. Lv.Oiaugwnty Lv. 12 alp .., p '
\. ", below \ Near Lake Worth \ 11'11, btAI'Ar..Muy/ort..Lv.780sBUOp/ \IUUpII)4BnAr.Orange. CltyJo..19SOp5Wip
lp thud and centrally loraJ PALM BEACH, FLA.
4"tl : said by a upon the earth a short distance I
Mr. Gurley, "
is "Its opinion .
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I my away, as of some heavy animal tod. All modern Improvement. ; r.IlI: Na II Na It
uly
an old salt, "that when either gals or A aulot,m'lert family Hotel with home :,' HOMCSTeAD exteNsION. SANFORD BRANC .
children Is quiet there's mischief brewla' Jumping from a tree. Opening his eyes, t AddrvMI .. comlocation ton.! : I Ex.San.Dally-- .. -Dully- ... '.. .1..

i he saw terror la his mother's face. She .oa 1( Lv ..... ....III1a.ml..Ar.. 5e0p 680a I.v....." Tlt..vllle.Ar. 1:1211111 : / -:.p ';" .
caught his wrist and held It as In the I MRS. S. E. EARC1AN ti j \ a Ar..Uolll'atcad..Lv.. 1145p 000& Ar.. ... .. H..tord..1.v. 1000& :
"Wonder what she's) up to. I Box 127 I'lrJ.1sl1nt adjoining City ,
grip of a vise !
What she was up to was soon plainly Went Palm Beach Florida : Pork and facing on Lake Worth.Coolcomfortable I
"Look!I" she cried. PENINSULAR 'AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS 'AT MIAMI "
evident, for smoke .
and painfully rooms, with'gondtable
L Tom, on following the direction of her .------------ has
began to issue from the hatchway.It ,
eyes saw two glaring balls out In the : ; aer vice. Connection Made at Miami with Steamships 0' the P. A 0; S. S. Company for.IASSAU. '
; did not require a long time to re-
the hatch and for the crew to darkness. Tearing himself away from > IDA B. HAYS, Proprietress
more her he kicked the burning logs, sending HAVANA' AND KEY WEST. .
/'I'i scamper down the hatchway. They U . . . . .,.
np sparks and. flame that Illumined the
with her face to a
qv found Nancy up
dark figure. He hoped that this would These Time Tables show the tlme at which trains may be expected" Lo arrive and depart Srnr
while several of the
\\1 hawse pipe for air, drive It away, but he was disappointed. the several stations but their arrival or departure at the Umes stateds not gunrentecd ,
F ', many mattresses piled in the middle The panther was doubtless hungry and Conmercial Hotel .,dons the company hold itself responsible for any delay or AllY cOI18"1nooc. arl.htg; thus A
r :, smoldering and FOWLER BROS. & KING ruin
.f the Boor were loath to give up his prey. Tom went to ) -s--- .

., ready' to 'burst into a flame. A little his rifle. and CafeC. Copy" of th. LOCAL TIMC CARD or Oth.r Inform* Un f
water pat out the fire but Gurley'swrath ,MACHINE SHOP
"Mother he said "throw a firebrand "SEE THE TICKET AQENT." 141I.
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not
I' had been kindled and was at him." \

5, t to be so easily quenched.effort He Be went determined But Mrs. Maxcy was not equal w to W. Schmid, Proprietor AL GAS KINDS ENGINE LATHE REPAIRS and HA A SPECIALTY PE>1 WORK ,I. D. P AHNEI .. jVest. C.nl.P....Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE.:: FLA

on a supreme up such an act and Tom, resting the butt .
4 on deck and gave orders to two of the of his rifle on the ground seized a GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES'FOR q

l men to lower a boat over the port brand and, first waving it over his JEFFERSON BLOCK SALE ;.
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bow, then told two others each to take head, threw It straight at the beast

.' '," Nancy by a wrist and bring her up on who shrank away for a time but it Near Ferry Lauding, Lake Front

pA deck. There she saw a man running was not long before Tom saw those WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Southern Railway

I out a plank on the port side. Gurley two glaring eyes again fixed upon him. .

was angry enough to make any one Again he tried the expedient of tossinga ,

4 suppose he was in earnest without assuming brand but this time the panther paid EFFECTIVB JANUA Y n. 1905 ,

any harshness of manner. but little attention to It Line
Atlantic Coast
b + f 'f, Pointing to the plank he said to the The realization of the horror threatening Three Vestibule TralnH East': Nor li and West So 13 NO.6 ::::::

girl: them was what paralyzed the Lv Jack.on"llIe....., 80 Ry I Iiijj:/ n 75SP:. tV-Jad"lOuv; Fla.... So Ry 7.P II UUIl ......
"Ton may as well understand that mother. One of tbe blessings of youth THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM ,LORIDA Lv J..uP............... So My 9 alp II 54n m 4Op.. Lv ]eseup. Oa.,... .. ... So My 10 3o' II rya ......
I Lv Haveunxh..,..... So My 4.111' t3op u 255.. Ar Macun. Oa ......, ......Bo My 3 non 40p;' ....
'i.. by this mutiny we've put our necks is the absence of such realization I Ar Columbia...,....... 140 My 112111' 66SP 6 "ooa. \r Atlanta, Oa ......... ..80 Ry 5 20Q 8 "411' .?. .4
Y, v in a halter. You and the captain are which accounts for the absence of fear CONNECTIONS ArCharlotle...... ..... Io Ry illl't' 100llp 955" .. Ar Nome Ca.......... ...80 My y3os II Ollp
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To O..ell.bore S" My .8t. u 5"a u 5'P. Ar Dalton Ry 8.5" 9 00" ,,.,. .
the only witnesses against us. You're and Tom Maxcy was' at an age when The Over its own rails to Savannah A. Danville ....... .. IM'Ry H 45a :r on atop? Ar Chattanooga: T ......80 My 9 45. 10 us ,
altogether too desperate to let live. one doesn't picture dreadful things to East I AtLexiuRlon.Ky.. ......Q a C : s'.4e"w' s,
................... Ar Cincinnati.Ohio... ., Q & C Soo .: '
1ti w Now, walk straight out on that plank come. His faculties were all bent on : ; l Charleston, Richmohd and Washington Ar Richmond 80 R,j 6 "I Ii 4-" ::
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? v} and Into the water. his work, which was to drive the panther thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Ar l'rnchburlJ ......S'. My34"4 lia .rup' A.hic'1I3.!: '! 111....., ..BlgPoor 7 .oa' S 1I1'...... r}
n1.k "1 didn't know you were. a pirate," off or kill him. But the beast declined via All Rail Ar ...Ko Mv 71"a II ... 6 lOp.. Lv CI i 1olt.tI. Ohio Pa 8 3.P141... ..... ( ;
biased Nancy. to be driven off. Indeed, Tom ..L-_ Ar WuhlllgIOIl..1o MV .0) Un 9 ? Ar Chlragn' III ...... V. Linea lOa/ Rtn: I .... : q.
i II.r 1tnlUmore......, .P R'k

a "Got swing to to be the a yardarm pirate. Mutiny for every mean man of noticed his body.'which a certain undulatory was' stretched movement flat The West The Louisville & Nashville) viti.Montgoniery Ar II.r Now Woo Vork.l'hUadel"hl.I'RM...-...._-.t' It I II 11311.414p 14'\--II 4 t-45p1foal/I24p;.IJP.--II f ,35ft.-,''a?". yv J.v Chicago Clerinnnt4 lie OUd! III, .0 Ohiol::nu::: C c:: 11 H.It tR.;-p I 9 Ii 4 a3eL6; ; b,lUll I...:;.._..,..,. '."",

'N' 'i of us. Come get along." on the ground that Indicated he was The Mobile\ & Ohio via No M-"Ne.' York and N/orhle Expreas, Dally Ar Toledo! Ohio ....C H A,DJ 5 P/IlIkIRG"/ : J,
Montgomery ..
ti. PIIII1II8n Drawing-Room Car AtDetroit, Mich. .,. .... J 7 .
Tampa
Since Nancy didn't move, Gurley motioned crawling gradually nearer for a spring. : .and Jackal. .vllle .
to New York. Lv Cincinnati
the men to close around her, and Tom seized a last brand-a big one- : ------ Ar Pltsburg !:01lIo..I'.LI.e./8!! /.. opl/ 5 s auat; +;,

she was edged out on to the plank. end threw it with so true an aim that To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for New No. JII.'Y'uhlngtun and Florida Limiter Lv Cincinnati lxhlo918 Ncur ) ....., .
Gurley ordered a man to go to the port had not the panther dodged It would The East York Philadelphia, Boston. Dally Pullman Dr.wiuRoom Sicepins G:; rArClevelandOhio.INgt'our!!! / 301'1"5oopl/......
t In''klIOllvi.le .
to New
bow to make sure the men In the boat have struck him then the boy without Via Norfolk Steamer to New York..Wajjjbingtou: and Haiti! York Eexlngton, Ky,..... ..8oRy 5 to5/ 10" ?,... '
I Ar Loul.vllle, Ky..8oMY 8 II SOn ....
they heard waiting more. No St-"Soll"'erll' Palm ..... ............ lOp ?
were ready, as soon as a to see the result sprang for Llmltet" Veti ArStlpule HoRy 21% Innp ...
and & Miners Company ?
Via Savannah Merchants buln
;, splash to pull around and rescue her. his rifle. Mrs. Maxcy rushed frantically via I Transportation trill" I'ullman l'r..wIIlJlUoo,"ComparE, AnniaonAlx... .. So qlx I
steamship ; ,
for Baltimore and Philadelphia. 1I.elltt'IIIblompo.lle.lJu.enul"n and Dining : Aln; :. i ''''' '
i The man reported the oarsmen resting into the tent and hugged her little :* i cilia NeN between 1'ork 81. usn.lln". J.ck.nvllle xat Ar ArBirminRham M..mphia Ti..........,.So R9ll//IT 4q 1/5r'I "I':::::: c
on their oars. girls to her. Their cries seemed to a Ar.1 !,IIN8"CJ..r.! Mo.. OaMeinphe .....

{ whet TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidentaland ,Telln ...............
+ "There's: one way to save yourself, the panther's appetite, and Tom II ...
I' aid Gurley "and only one-get spliced saw him rising on his fore paws ready Through 'fhe Lend of the IIIky I No. y.< ... Hot Bprbrga. Ark .....::. :::.:.:.1..JI 30P/.I./ : : I ..... '

s f to Captain Gordon and both sign articles for a spring. The boy's eye was look. HAVANA Steamship CompanySOMETHING Lv ... ........... ay SSP1-.... .1'10 I-"Tbe Porlda Limited" f0xlly. loUd '
Indemnifying this crew of ail ing down the barrel of his rifle! bringing Iv s :va"II.h: :\..' :0 i7 Ve.tlbllle train. Jacksonville ...all" Pull.Ar .
ri Columbia.'s. ::::.::::.::: : ooa. ::::::::: man sleeping cars 10 llnelIu.U.; !
blame. the two sights In line with the NEW Ar A.llvllle. C.......... .....SO KYY J ......... ------ .
'''t "Marry; him! Neverr' center of the brute's eye. The distancewas Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 miles oi among tae pfmciprHilroads Ar Hot BprinBe N.C........, tIu My 237P SOP .,... ... No. 18-l'ulhnnll Ihllwlnll Room Bleeping("ar

+i "Shove her off boys." not great, not more than a dozen In the Southern mated, are on sale by the principal agents.Through ArIAnixville Ar Kauxvllle'llen....... ...............,... Ita My II 8'SOB coy .,............ An.l hetwreu K..n.. ..J'.k."lIIe...'. t'lty. J.llrlllh'K"1&1I1" Mootplll.

., "Btopl"! cried the girl by this Urn yards. He had a rest, and his young Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New_Yolk, via Atlantic Coast Line. t Ht loul.:: .... .....:.80 J y, 561' ..1..,. .?.
quite frightened "I'll sign." heart was' beating scarcely more rapid Frank C. B yleston Commercial Agent, W D. Stark. Traveling Passenger _Clncinnntti: Ouio., ..=u A C 3 rsa ......... No. 8--"Chimgo end Florida 1'1.101.' Solid I I is

Tr { "All right Let her come aboard." ly than usual He was sure If he fired Agent 138 est Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville, Pla. II. M. Emerson N-! 3O-Dally Pullman UrnwtaB.ROOm and .tlt..le inlay I'nllmall Ilrawlnt !toom t:1I1'II:
Traffic Manx er, W. I, Craig General Passenger Agent, Wilmington. N C, BuR..t SleephrgCu( belweep pek.onv111e anll hetwo\llt\ \IIClloUno.) Jnckxin Itle. Clncln ':; $
IJ Gurley drew up the agreement which before the panther sprang he could Unolnuath nntl. hlCHIfU; Uovelan.1, lolrolC am19t. Louie' '".. att1xccllellt
ra .i the girl asked to take below to read hit his head and believed he could hit I

\ y'I' over. Her request was granted, and the eye he aimed fur At a moment; hllllg i, Car ServiceARRIVAL5

)' ar when she came up she had signed It when the beast was perfectly still ai.J .

) Gordon was brought up from to* cabin the bead at the muzzle of the rifle! Inline From New Vork. Wa.hinglon. et"-N.AT. JACK80NVILt.Jt: .

1 d' and Informed that there was to be a with the' breech sight and the ThoseAwju1lleadacbesAre From N'rmn, hew New York Yurko Wsxhui8ara, eto.-No,:"WuhlnKtoll 31.Bouthtlrll'. l'"hl1 and Flllrlo1"l.hllt..ll Ilmlte, Im: Po m.9.vo a m.

+ .' Scotch! marriage. The pair were asked panther's eye Tom pulled the trigger. V9rtm I Ctnelnnetl. Axhvllie.a I nil etc on.:eiul"i.3'. : ? "\\.hl. 'Bit"'" and rlorldn bxpr; ..M74op.. m.

.: to stand side by side, when the girl exclaimed The animal gave a spring Into the air Prom hlcallD; Clrclnn..tIlllIn"' eto"p -NO blll"ton" aid .'Ioritla. ,.Limited., n.9: .. m.. ''

,'. : and fell back motionless sure Indications of some form of stomach FromChiCngvCuminnntlCbettanuogattlantaetaNai: ; : '.\.I"UHK.3j'B jrlda a j>.rolallll'5 p.m

( "I'm not going to marry that whippedcur Tom -valted to see It he would stir I F trouble, biliousness or a bad ]liver. Malaria will 1 J.I C LUSK, Dist. Pass Agent 108 West r
Don't risk it and above all Bay Street
next overtake 700. Jacksonville, FU.I .
.' f' I didn't agree to. Read the pa. but as he did not he called to his ,

I r per." mother that he had killed the monster, / y don'ttakecalomelorq'Ilnnebotharedangetpnsl1 -I ii \ROWICKP.T.. : M. W. H. TAYLOE, O. p. A. 4
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fA : cast bin eye to the paper and then walked forward to Inspect him. : BROOKS MORGAN, A.. O. P. A.

;v for the first time noticed that the nam When he came near enough to see a HERBINE .

,.; of Ralph Gordon bad been erased and itream of blood pouring from the eye
t( i that of Tom Gnrley substituted. he knew surely that he had pierced ,fr has all their virtues-none of their '

I "Well, I'll be jln oedr' exclaimed the his brain. deadly effects. HERDINE taken D. W. FENT0N -e :

?t mate. "Did ever any one nee the like The little marksman vainly endeavored i regularly the digestive will organ forestall in headaches.perfect condition put & _

I doln the Job of to induce his mother to come and
was
1 of woman head off biliousness, headaches,
4 makln her walk the plank, and she see for herself but she would not 1t live ills keep you in good health ;cSafr:: ; l Undertakers

w preferred me to an honest man." Neither would she go to sleep with the TRY andEmbalmers
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: That was the end of the plot to break SOo BotlU. AU nru.IJaUoSold .? -:1l\i; ? : .
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MRS., CHADWIGK IS 'PRESIDENT NAMES CABINET., Orders From Abroad. Hotel for Havana.;
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I ,,Rt 'Only Change its In the Portforlla 011 Several weeks ago Capt. Geo. B. Ba- Very important news for Florldian "' "' "" *

PLACED ON Postmaster Genoral.l ker placed la The Tropical Sun an advertisement comes in an Associated Press dispatch rYn" ;:
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TRIAL Washington March 6.-Tbe upecla offering for sale a fine lot of from Havana, Cuba, to the Times-Union, i' EX"

... aea&lo1\ot the senate :was opened today: horses aDd cows, soon after which he disposed dated Saturday. The dispatch: say: "Sir
by loud applause tor Vice PresidenFairbanks of a good portion of the stock in : Wm C. VanHorn has arrived here accompanied

Andrew Carnegie Faces Woman when he appeared la the this city; besides having made several by Mr. H, M. Flagletjand

r '., In the Court Room. chamber' to preside. He a/t once rapped< sales to persons in various parts of the Vice-President Parrott, of the Florida ,
'the senate to .order and prayer; was county. At that time he little thoughtof East Coast Railway, and others. The
:offered by Chaplain Hale. finding customers beyond the borders party visited President Palma and madea I .
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BOTH SIDES READY FOR TRIAL. The :first order of the vice presl oi Bade, but bets now convinced that tour of the city. They will proceed to -
.lent was to direct the secretary tread < the people everywhere read The TropicalSun. Santiago tomorrow. (Sir Wm. VanHorn 1seat. k
Mrs. Chadwlck I I. Ch.rged.Wllth Vlalo-/ the journal. Contrary to the stated to the Associated Press that Mr. From the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota :

lions of the National Sank Lawe !i usual order.the reading wu allowed to A few days: ago/ he received an order Flagler had come on big invitation, and

Andrew .proceed> Its conclusion. The new for a saddle pony to be shipped to the while he would be glad to Interest Mr. Springs a sporiuneoui growth ::. tohg
Carnegie Present :to Give senators Piles or BiUke a#} .. .
Wuhlnato'n. Governor of the Babainaa. The Captainat Flagler; in his big Havana hotel project, } s 4Rs;;.. of exquisitely: : colored) .round tebrriL
His ly of Connecticut flint of California,
,/ Testimony. .Nixon ,of Nevada, Burkett of Nebraak once picked out a swell little/ pony and nothing definite was being; done in that tf t Ih1fiir:; Iy grass, from which has been ,M
Cleveland, March .1.-1'he trial ..olMn. sent it to Nassau and now it is learned direction. Mr. Flagler said to the Associated marvel
( Raynor of Maryland, Carter a ii! U ftiIiiilj f lrf'r created the of j modern (
Caasie L. Chadwlok for' alleged Montana; Sutherland, of Utah and that the Governor is riding the finest Press that, while he was not mat / !
as
commerce familiarly Known
violation of the national bank law bofitp. Hemenway of Indiana, were warmlj nag on the island. ing prophecies, he thought if he carriedout i iri
In the United States district court erected by their,colleagues,In the sen This shows what judicious advertisingwill the project for railroad extension: : at A "CrerGrass: Products." This i
'. today betore Judge R. W. Taylor. None do.When. Key Welt and a quick-ear ferry for the t: ; wonderful grass-the world's {

r. was admitted to the'court room ate.In response 'to a resolution Mr. Alllson passenger service to Havana others I most beautiful harvest-grows
without credentials.The and Mr. Gorman were named asa you buy bread, why not have ought to undertake the hotel. Mr. Flag m iE from vegetable soil #t
a,, purely
caae! was set for SO'and: ten committee, :to notify the president the best The splendid reputation let was impressed with improvement '
minutes, prior to that time Mrs Chad- that the senate was in session and Majewski'a bread is making for Itself in business and the awakening of Cuba : that prodnces nothing 'else ;

wick came' into court In the custody ready to receive\; any. communlcatloi Is due ',to the care taken in baking. Itis since his last visit, five years. ago. -.13 _! lilt= r- / save the pretty wild flowers
ef two bailiffs She wee calm and he ,had ,to offer. Recess wu then always; the beat; its quality can not !iFl( e 5Il / that enliven the aspect oft

.elf-poe essed. She wore a black _skirt taken to .1p.; m. bet excelled. Try it. Mr. J. B. McGinley spent Monday art: Q ripening grain and,, testify to
white silk waist, over whloh was worn The president sent a large number: yesterday in Miami on business. _
a black velvet ooat. She wore a wide of nominations ,to the'senate today in "Sermon by the Devil" Bee It- l tbe pure and wholesome life I b 3

black hat. She took a seat at a long eluding all of the members of the press. read ft At ,Idner-s. Hotel Improvements.It of this prairie country.
table in the center of the courtroom ent cabinet except Postmaster Genet
r Immediately behind TearingAway Ruins. is said what seems to be good
her leading counsel al Wynne. Mr. George B. Cbrtelyoi upon The nature of the soil-
Jap P. Dawley( and resting her chin was nominated for that 'omce. C. W. Schtnld begap Monday morning authority that during the coming summer -
on her right hand remained a eloselly It was anounced .today that Secre the work of tearing; away the ruins of several changes are to be made in freed from all mineral aubliotances--makes the grass wholly fibre, another rr

Interested,spectator. As soon a. Judge Ury of Treasury dhaw will retire the Commercial Hotel building; which the Royal Palm Hotel. Among the Im word for adaptability to the many methods of manufacture and very long
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from the cabinet February, 1906. last month was gutted by fire. JThe workof provementa will be the extension: : of the wear. Practically it Is indestructible by wear. :

demolition is under the direction of two large verandas eastward and across Being wholly fibre it is a sanitary product, .and moth will .not attack
,READY TO MEET STRIKE. Messrs. Tborne and Varmiss. The en- the boulevard into the bayt the erectionof I

tire structure will be removed and the a swimming casino: the largest/ in the it.
''In Case of Walkout New York StreetCar lot put in readiness for the constructionof world, and the head verandas, which, Furniture in nil designs. ;

Company Has Men on Hand. a modern hotel building which Mr. after reaching the water will take the Art Squares Ere: : Sxro: : 9x12.: :
II New York, March 6.-It la le.arnei\ Schmid proposes to erect in thee early shape of a magnificent pier. The swIm.

that .1 52 men arrived here last night summer. While plans for the new build. ming pool, as now planned, will be 150 Rugs in all sizes.: 44
and were quartered aboard .a steam. feet wldt11'by feet in
in lengthwith
Ing have not yet been completed It is the l.ooo

'from er in various the North cities River of were the west brought to Intention of Mr.with Schmid all modern to erect a concrete deep In it will and be shallow provided water the places shoot I in the It. M. E. GRUBER.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA #

forestall a .threatened strike on the I building appointments
subway and elevated lines controlled and In keeping with the growth shoot, high diving board the highest !
in the world-and aquatic gymnastic
by the 'Interborough Rapid Transll and progress of the city. /
company.In 1 The timbers and material that are taI paraphernalia. It is also: proposed, It is
I old will be used said, to hold swimming events there AAAAAAAAA AAA AAVAAAAUJAAI
spite of the efforts to keep the arrival ken from the building .
of the men a. secret, the em. in tbe construction of a two-story cottage every year, the hotel to offer liberal l
p.ll>yes of 'the' Interborough company on Clematis Heights. purses for tbe winners.-Miami News

were Informed and ata meeting of the eVYYYYYYYYYDVYvvyVYvVYVYYY.YYvvvvVWYYYVYYYVYyyyyyyy. it
executive committee(of the Amalgamated I For Sale, To Rent, Boardlng.Furnlah-
MRS. CASHB CKABW1CK.Taylor association did not break UJ The many friends Capt. L. Holmes ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at SUMMER HOTEL 'CHICACOtOTEu
will regret to learn that he is-. quite seriously The Tropical Sun offioe.
had taken hla seat he said: until this morning the situation was :
'The case of Mrs. Caasie I* Chad- thoroughly discussed. The opinion wa ill.Attorney.

wick." unofficially expressed that ,a strike Finest line of candles at the Ma- t> ELt P1 flLDO

"We are ready, your honor" said cannot be averted.It W. I. Metcalf has been spending jewskl bakery.
.,, Prosecuting Attorney 'Sullivan. is understood that agents acting ** and Transient
several days in Miami in attendanceupon A High; Class Family Hotel ?
"We are ready," announced Mr. for the company expect to moblllz
the spring term of the Circuit Working Night and Day. Located between Washington and Madlxon Arennen, fronting on tbe Midway
Dawley. a force of at least one thousand. The Boulevard adjourning tbe Chicago Unlver lty.
United States Marshal .Chandler first clause of the contracts with the Court. The busiest and mightiest little thing
Bedroom with Private Bath and Board Two
that ever was made Is Dr. King's New Parlor and rue People, =
summoned 12 jurors to the box and as men specifies that the applicant "fu Week.
Currie from $30 to $40 per ,
Mayor was among the visitorsto Life Pills. These pills change weak- v
soon as they were seated Mr. Dawley ly understands that this Is for strike I
into listlessness into .
Miami Monday. ness strength Twelve minutes from down town via Illinois Central Hallway
addressed the,court, saying: work in the .city of New York." Those 'energy, brain-fag Into mental power. All trains stop at 03rd St.,. to whhh baggage/ should be checked h
"We would like to know, your honor who desert are to receive no pay what They're wonderful in building up the BRADLEY A MUSERVB. Proprietor
I,' what will be the rule in this case as ever. Attorney II, P. Brauniug went to :Miami health. Only 25c per box. Sold by all

far as the matter of challenges la concerned Monday druggists. .AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAeLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
?" FISH SMOTHERED BY DENSITY.
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"I don't think," replied Judge Taylor

.'that we can make any hard and Hundreds of Tone of Dead Herring I III To Consumers
Only :
fasts rule concerning challenges, butI Bottom of Departure Bay.
would suggest that the counsel chaj Nanalmo, B. C., March 6. For the \ Finest Printintf THE TROPICAL SUN
"Remember will back if not Pleased."
t lenge as much as possible for cause third time within three ;years has occurred you getjyour$ money J I *> job Department '

without aaylng that the charge against that remarkable phenomenonof We brave been selling the very best Block Butter made In the world-

Wra. Chadwlck was conspiracy againstthe hundreds of tons of dead herring "DIAMOND X" brand below the wholesale market price all tbe season.
United States in connection with lying at the bottom of the channel neat
Every new customer was a sure convert to "Diamond X." We have sold I It.
financial irregularities committed in Departure bay, and there seems to be
Four Thousand Five Hundred Pounds of this Butter in the last
r various transactions with the CItizens' no. explanation of the killing except : Sixty Days. or,
National, bank of Oberlin O. thai? the fish came rushing in In such The wholesale price in Jacksonville is 3 Go per lb. in caRe lots. We have

;Air. Dawley then commenced the examination numbers that they were smothered bj I Five Hundred Pounds in stock which we will sell to consumers.. only. At 35c .

of the jury. He was busy their very density. per Ib. block; 3 blocks for $1.00; not more than 3 Ibs. at one time. ; .
with the third Juror when the door Fishermen ear they saw the herring .
opened and Andrew Caraegle, follow come rushing through the water with 14 Ibs of Sugar ?1 00 Frfsh Cottoiene lie a pound tf ; $& ; & ;' S

ed by S. T. Everett, at whose home he the swish of escaping steam, seemingly Armour's Star Ham 150 a pound in pails from, 2 to 10 pounds. Vfci
(' Is staying, entered the room. gasping and panic-stricken. For 24
? Mr. Carnegie gave one quick glance hours the rush kept up until the bottom Armour's Breakfast Bacon 15c a" ItoyalBsklugPowder4Ocpound cons

1 at the woman sitting by the table and of the channel was white with
Lard 80 a pound Corn and Roast Beef lie pound cans
then walked quietly past her to a dead fish, heaped in places to the
eat on the east side of the court room. height of three feet. West Palm Beach ban n BUP graveyard but we are not going; to be

t't Mrs. Chadwick was Ignorant of his A conservative estimate of the buried in it, are you ? *R
i' arrival and made no sign, as he passed amount of herring killed in the course
her. Later the information was whispered of 24 hours Is 1,000 tons almost a* Pay us your Cash for Groceries and Climb) Out of That Hole

: to her that Mr. Carnegie was much as the amount drawn from the
will 25 cents dollar for Groceries.
I.We positively save you on every spent jva ?'
In the room, but she did not turn her harbor by fishermen during the whole
head nor glance in his direction.Mr. season. Respect fully,

Carnegie on the contrary, THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. Wfcr

seemed to be highly Interested In Mrs. FILIPINOS TO PROTECT ANIMALS By H. J. BURKHARDT ? <
Chadwick and aa he sat where he Across The Lake. S88
could study her closely without being Societies for Prevention of Cruelty tc
himself observed he took advantage Animals May.Be Formed. >
k of his opportunity to the fun, and subjected Washington, March 6.... The bureauof %'%ivi'
her from time to time with Insular affairs war department ha 1
k'' close scrutiny. From time to time he just received act No. 1,285 enactedby Tri-Weekly Sailings Between

? held whispered conversations with Mr... the Philippine commission, authorizing The Beaeh ClubINCORPORATED h''
Everett! and they reviewed his Interest the corporations of the society JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK

in the proceedings.Mr. for the prevention of cruelty to ant CalUnff at Charleston, S.c., both ways.
Dawley In mentioning the name male In the Philippine islands. ( ) THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THK:: COASTWISE SERVICE
of his client invariably called her The organization is authorized to appoint -
Mrs. "Shadwlck" which afforded con. agents in the Islands who shall ] estaut1antti PUB CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES

iderable amusement to tee audienceat have the authority to make arrests tot Direct Serrice Between
first and caused Mr. Carnerte{ to violation of the laws enacted by the JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
smile broadly when he first heard of commission. Those who are acquainted AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
with the habits of the Orient in the Calling at Charleston both wars .
it.The jury was secured In leis than treatment of animals can not but reo- Btfeakfast Lmneheon Dinner IIEMI.WEEHLYSAILINGS. ?
an hour. ognlza that the society will find s :, Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston w
wide field of usefulness. Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
Under i AT: ALL HOURS .
la Dragged Car. '
Motarman ,
New Sheriff Appointed In Alabama. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE
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-i Birmingham, Ala.. March ?.-A dispatch ti-
** Hines, a motorman< for the Mont today from Montgomery states Between Jacksonville and Oanford.
gomery street railway was badlly W. Tatum has received the Stopping at Palatka Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLtad) and
a, mangled In being run over by his own that appointment W.. as sheriff of CretMahaw Special Orders Received for PartiesOpen Intermediate Landings in the St. Johns River .

car at 7:20 o'clock this morning. ItmaJ. of Three or Here "City of Jacksonville"Steamers
1 to amputate both county, vice 8. D. May, who mysteriously ::
1yl be necessary left the state some time ago and '
1 legs. He wa removed to St. Mar return. His bondsmen .Tr< DeBarv"Ara : ;
has failed to -
'h f garet's hospital, where It Is feared he security for him, and the \. appointed to Mil a* tollowii-Leave Jackaonvllle dally except Saturday at 8:80 p. m
have given
up .
l The accident occurred at Returning leave eanlueddaily except Sundays at 9:00: a m.
may die. probate judge declared the office va To Members Only
head of Commerce street at the head .gebcdnl Northbou..cIaft.1
\ cant. The governor thereupon appointed Southbound
to adjust SEASON down Read ..p.r. .
j In an effort OP
s :, of the underpatch. struCK Mr. Tatum which" has met 1905 Leave S ........ lAC:ESONVJLLB. ... ....' ..............Arrive90oant
.4 his car, the motorman was with universal approval. .. SO 4]pm pmrriv .m...... ...... ............... .PALATKA..... .............. .... .....Lm....t eo pm
!'by the stone railing and dragged under dtiwCLTY Oaam ASTOR .. ..................... ...... S 3D pat d
I'1,the car. Arrive.. ..........;.................. loopm
+ Many Emigrants 20,000 4y_. .... ...... ...... ......BRD.BSFOSDDstAND( ).... .......... ... .* eopm ,w
i Dead. New York March G.-Nearly .I so an.. ....... _.....................8ANPORD .................... .. ......... 9 sa am
Baron Lambermont emigrants: forerunners of the spring .............. .................. ." 1OOOameneral
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:Brussels. :March 6.Baron Lamiber1 rush, are scheduled to arrive this week.
' ;, i 1 I mont secretary general of the foreign Last week 14MS were brought in bj MEAT MARKETFlorida Passenger and Ticket Office. 122. W', Bay St., Jacksonville,

i office, died today, folowln a stroke t Kir teen ship Of the eighteen whips ) wild Western Meats i'oultry, (Game and Eggs. F.M.RINMONaEiiJrAa'st aen'lPBMAIt ;us W... Bay B"'lIClltIOn\lIll''i Fl.! .
tot( paralysis on Saturday. For Kaileentruy scheduled to arrive seven will bring W.1.000FMOJr.; ireixni AK *, .... ,upt.. ,
r r ; Baron had much to do Italians Of the'aarge' number Mail Order Receive Cartful Attention. Y'ootolHogeaStreegJseaaeavltte' Florida ,
1 a the r,587\ A. a AAHRBTY.Oen'lEa.t'alaaAst.NwTotk: HLNJIJ Oee" r2 AI"JI''Y!
of the majority Trace O. EOEIt!: WM. P. Ewe! et,.. .
.with directing the' foreign policy now coming from Italy
Jefferson Block WEST :PALM BEACH tieocr A.utaIt
General Manager.
\.pelglum..Y will go west: Cheabrou; :: -h. Entitles: Id Slate Street New,,York
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n w !' i ATT-ERS-OP------ The county fair opens today at Miami. PARAGRAPHS "t :O:7'+': o .*c : bo :y? '7o -

Today i III Ash Wednesday, the beginning ; -

: LOCAL INTEREST 1 1I /: of Lent.J. PURELY PERSONALPeople I t '
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; T, DeBerry spent yesterday in Miami 'rHE' :.

,I f x, Condensed News Paragraphs Pel'I I { on business. H.3 They Come and Go. i ,

.- (1 ,[:E.\ 2t taming to West Palm Beach P. II. Roper. of Dania, spent Mondayn People Whom You Mayor TROPICALREAL
I I the city.B.
k/ 'f and Vicinity. .
May Not Know.
\: I F. Clougb one of Boynton's prominent
0'' (, I citizens, Is in the $ .
'11, >\ spending!: today
& Big line of bed spreads. Grut$>er's. city. j I Wallace -R. Moses spent Monday\ in ;

t' :r l Finest display of candies In the city at Paul C. Jones is spending the week: in I j Miami.E. .. .

I.'', i I 1 r.1 the Majewskl Bakery. Miami. Paul is very lucky! and may come W. J. farrisli spent yesterday in : : -v:

; t ti; Don't forget the Board of Trade meet. home with a few extra hats and V's. I Miami, in attendance upon the monthly : ..
li'i!.' \ is ing tonight. Eight'o'clock is the time, Several couples enjoyed a hop in the meeting of the school board. f. ; .

f ,It,I A j" and there should be a full attendance. ball room of the Utopia Club last eye-j| .
Mr. Jacob Swartz, a prominent merchant -
It"I Ii'I 1 ki'$ li The board of county commissioners DinK, the occasion being in o I of New York city, arrived this ESTATE ;

,tl !y :. rt held their regular: monthly meeting In Mrs J Don C. Morris, of Daytona, who j I IIs morning and!Is at Minaret Cottage where >Q '

\'11 :/ Miami ysterday, The proceedings will visiting friends In the city j his wife and son have been for about r

't.t\,8'\, dl.;i k .(; be published in, Saturday's Issue of The Mrs W. I. Metcalf attended the session three weeks.E. .
'e t r Trdplcal Sun.Furniture and returned to Palm Beach on Thursday
/ ,j:i { 'j' H, Dimick went to Miami yester i :
; i bargains at Oruber's. evening.!: Mrs. May Metcalf Chambersand EEXCHANGEThis' :
'. 'j H', \\t'q little daughter remained here until day to attend the regular monthly meeting : vreek; 6ifer : '
<,, The Miami News is Informed that'responstble -
t of the board of commissionera 1"
1 f.,, Friday.-Melbourne Times, Friday. county .
std v\ 1 parties from Illinois i are now which convened there yesterday v .tI
i i y ''J'\\ arranging to establish a large cannery H. B Yarborough, one of the most morning. l ,
: "1 in that city during the coming summer, popular young!: men {in the Cottage City,
>> i in which will he handled tomatoes,pineapples will hereafter be known as "Attorney Among the number from this city in Several Choice
attendance the spring term of the BargainsIn
; 'Ili' guavas. mangoes, etc. Yarborough and those who know him i upon
Circuit Court in .Miami this week are
j I ] The work of removing the oil tanksof best have no hesitancy in declaring!: that i I: I
f B. H. Yarbrough, W. F. Armstrong,
the Standard Oil Company from the some day it will be "Chief Justice Yarborough. > In
: and/George H. Maltby.
l II\J\ q'n corner of Banyan and Pomsetta streets ." Yesterday in the Circuit }:
;> j Mrs Mary T.PerdueWest Palm Beach
; was commenced yesterday morning, and Court at Miami Mr. Yarborough passeda
/ k r in a day or two the local branch of the most creditable examination and w4a ,I commissioner to the county fair, accompanied :.' Front Cottages--Residences in West'Palm Beach--Residence

company will be at home in its new accordingly admitted to the bar. i by her assistant, Miss Katbryn p and Hotel sites and Winter Homes at Palm Beach north of Royal Poinciana ground"' Beautiful ..;
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last Miami
Lampingleft night tor to
l quarters, near the approach to the freight Mrs Q. V. Waugh delightfully entertained j ter upon their duties. The ladies will en. '1; Lake Front Lots in full viewof_ East Side: hotel grounds and cottages-Furnished and Unfurnished
depot, on Second avenue. Houses In West Palm Beach.
the members of her Sunday|!! remain in the Magic City all the week. p
1 i I' .Snnday night burglars entered the gro. school class at her home, Evernia street, i '
eery store of II. J. Burkhardt, on thef' last Friday evening. Au interesting pro.I Among; the transportation men now lp H These bargains are well worth investigationby
making headquarters at the Royal Poln.
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East Side, gaining access through a window gram was rendered and those.in attendance '
!4'' '. in the tear of the building. The spent, a very pleasant e"eninlOn/: ciana is Wm. S. Clements, of Savannah: I any prospective buyers of property OD either side of! Lake Worth.

W !I' n burglars' are 16 to the good,which sum next Friday evening Mrs. Waugh will ; representing the Ocean Steamship Company i
k {' they "drew" from the cash register, and entertain the members of the Nickle I Mr. Clements is here endeavoring i Office first door north of Dade County State Bank '

,;t, t 1 i a few cigars are missing. They also tam Band of the Baptist church, at which to head the crowd his way on their .S
'" 1 time a musical will be rendered way home.A l
pered with the safe, but failed to it. program
''I' open I ,+.oma..c: A-, 4S At '+;J( KKs -O-o 1Ka.e . fir, 11: It is reported that on account of the A very enjoyable entertainment con. u pleasant _party#consisting_ of Mrs.vBDuervcer Y .
greatly Increased travel between Miami stating of music and reading l!: given in anu xurs.annavan, 01 ol-: -
> ? and Cuba that an additional sfeamsuip the Congregational!: church Monday evening Jo, Mich., Mrs. Wagner and son and BARGAINSin I
i, k will be put into service between here and I attracted a large attendance and Mrs. Sboane, t f Madison, 'Wis., who
f, l ,( Havana next season. It is stated that w"s' the means of netting a handsomesum havn for the past several weeks been the THE MODEL PHARMACY

s .iY perhaps either the Mascot or the Oil. I, which was turned into the general guests of Rev. F. W. Weather war: and v
.,i I'a vette, now of the Tampa-Havana hue, I j church fund. Prominent among those I! family, left last night/: for their homes. REAL ESTATE H as settled down to business for 1905.

f i will be brought over and put it between who took part in the program were Missi 1 I John Pendrel, traveling passenger ,. Palm Beach Residence Lot-Two miles

i :, t r b thlifcity. and Havana-Miami News. | Watson, of Benton Harbor, Mich whose I I agent of the Clyde Steamship Line with north of Poinciaua for sale at a' bargain. Entering the new year we ...
I reading was very highly complimented, headquarters iu Pineapple Plantation and Residence-forty i
t | Jacksonville, arrived In
When bread that is .
want and
you pun five acres, on canal, near Jupiter, ten
and Mrs. Canavan, of St.Jo, Mich.whosevocal Mean
;w, G : wholesome, do not forget that the place the city Monday evening and is a guest acres imbedded nines, first-class 9-room to do our best
''' r ; t+ nd it is at the Majewskt Baker;'. selections were greatly appreciated. at the Royal Poinciana. "Jack" as be house, windmill\, tank, piping, for sale I
Miss Maud Clark, of this city was the is familiarly known his host of very cheap (for cash. Apply to On
among all occasions
t ,to keep on hand
1 An alarm of fire at 3:40: yesterday
accompanist fcr the occasion and
i fully I friends of the
f one most popular trans-
morning aroused a portion of the WALLACE R. MOSES
great sustained her musician. ,
reputation as a
11 d, population of the city and brought out portation men that travel Florida, and West Palm Beach. Due supply of Perfumes, Soaps
+ Messdames Reese and Doe, of Palm much of the prosperity that befalls the
_ } the fire department. Two small buildings Bach, also charmed the audience with
G / i Clyde Line from the East Coast w'ay is Eeu
de Cologne and other articles
were burned on Clematis avenue, several number at the piano. The entertainment due The Realty Mortgage Company of
in the West End, which were occupiedby was one of the most successful I to his large acquaintanceship and West Palm Beach, B'la., has an abund- \.,
I popularity. ance of funds to loan farmers. n2tf Likely
I to please
colored and our customers
people 114 stores a meal of its kind given in the city this sea ,
t; market. The fire department reached son. I .

the scene in time to prVveut the destruction Plumbing that's guaranteed. Gru, ........ ,.....--e "._""r-"" ;""""'" ............""" -.-- -.. ....t IP' --or __ Peep in on our new and
_ L of adjacent \buildings ber's. ,

r ," A party of Jacksonville Elks passed Handsome display ATH-ROOM .
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; through the 'city last night, en route to fiatirtis l & Epps

1t +( Miami, where they instituted a lodge of Accessories. & see what adds
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r the Order of Elks upon their arrival 1 1c In Get Lane t,
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c/, V r the Magic City. A prominent Elk who HIGHGRADElYlen'sFurilishiugs Real comfort to lavatories
; was in the city yenterday stated to The to do your '

t ij + Tropical Sun that the "jar" was felt hereabout # & Shoes 1 fixing: Drugs is Scientifically done .
II p.m. Just what is meant by Gas Engine
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I ii i "jar" may not he known here, but doubtless At our Store where delicious Ice
li some of the Miami boys could ex Repairing
4? plain, if they desired to do-so. CREAM from Famous BILTMORE

';Y J I Fine line of hammocks at Gruber's. Sole Agents for this City for the following ,

You have served
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h t You ( us The Crossett_Shoe, $3, $4: and $3; [jest Palm Beach 1' I4

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Catalogue Shoe's for Women Town r
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fit i :' r Fifty You Lose Orders Receive Prorapl; t The The ""LaFrance"Peters" i Shoe Shoe, f 2.50$3.00 and 3.50 Choice i R Resilience: ;; : n ; Lots L !


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\I .L i r Per t fla.wes J1ats from $200 '

# 1 :' ,) Cent Attention. up,

,:i, : ; Y a d Look'at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet, 71 Inches high, 43 wide, Gluett Shifts one-third cash balance by semi-annual'
+ F With plain oak back, only $19,75. With mirror back, 1 10x36 and 4 8x36 wll i 11 installments, on reasonable time ;
cost $i-75 each extra. This is a rare bargain. Sead me the cash today and I wll l1 to according
price ot
lll'' hip at once from factory. lot. i< a
; Our Shoes For plats and Information
J. :B. 1VIeGlflLtEY Every' Household are at HomeIn WALLACE R.apply to '

MOSES .!

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