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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 11, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BE RECLAIMED Will Confirm a Class at 4> Holy County F I Scores a OLD BOARD J:;

Episcopat'Ch Great Success.
Trinity Cottage I _

> urch. City's Exhibit.The '[ ,

That the bodies of water known as commonly known, will come the set ,\ ( The Board of County Commissioners Ida East Coast Railway at West Paint,!}t ,

Clear Lakes, west of this city, will be thing of hundreds and hundreds of farmers On tomorrow (Sunday) evening, at County Fair, which opened at for Dade county held Its regular meetingat Beach Information as to the number,of yt'l<

7:15 o'clock in Holy Trinity Episcopal Miami on Wednesday, has been a success cars of rock received at that station front
) drained and 30,000 acres of the most; whose!; source ofx uppH-s will! natur- tbe courthouse Tuesday.The l i
Rev. Wm. Crane in all that the Ojus since tbe commencement of a certain
Church Rt. Gray, term Implies by
judging
fertile land in Florida{ or anywhere else ally be West Palm Beach. .morning. session was not a long alleged contract between the former'board '

in the country, brought Into cultivation Commencing:: a mile west of the city Bishop of the South Florida diocese, will the glowing accounts published in the one, and'an 'adjournment was taken to and McCrimmon & Co. up to thls rri5.r I ,

within the next few months there is no there will be brought into cultivation I make his annual visitation, confirming a Miami papers and tbe reports brought the afternoon when the business was time., Also the number of pars of rock: ;

longer any doubt.It upward of 30,000\ acres of muck land, tbe class of six' ,or ,eight persons "lie will home by the many West Palm Beach:: completed., received at Ojus for any other persons. k'

has been practically settled that rich soil of which varies from ten to also preach the sermon and will be assisted people who have been In attendance. Everything moved with, smoothness, Attorney Metcalf was instructed 'to: 1 1

, t'i!'\ 1( drainage operations will be commenced twenty feet in deptb. by the rector .ot the parish, Rev. This is the closing day of the Fair, and not a wave of trouble crossed the take such legal steps aa he deemed necessary 'L\v\
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I ? \ ,II within the next thirty days--possibly This ]land will produce winter vegetables J. J: yaulx. and,the West Palm Beach contingentwill board's peaceful bosom during the day. to obtain the information, should'it :) j

d sooner. corn,, strawberries, crab grass, fodder -I The vested choir: has prepared special return to the city tonight.It Members present were Chairman T. A.Wiiifield. be refused. ,,
", i. This isnotofficial; bat it comes straight. for stock, and it is said by many who music for the occasion and extra seats is stated by those in attendance that Commissioners M. R. Johns, The Sheriff was instructed to divider

$", All obstacles have been removed. understand the ,peculiarities of Florida have been provided in order to accommodate the ,display in every; department wa .E. H. Dimick, John Sewell and E. Gf the county convicts into two campa,,,

The main hitch in this great work of soil and climate, that the finest celeryin those who may wish to witnessthe magnificent, showing little or no ill Tweedell.' sending one to Stuart and the other ,to

development has been securing right of the world can be raised in some sec impressive ceremonies., effects from the late old: snap. The In the matter of tbe new road into the Homestead.. They will be used in cou-1= : fA ,

way through the Munyon property on tions of the tract which la to be drained. crowds In attendance were greater than Homestead country, some correctionswere structing new roads for the county. '

the west side of Lake Worth, north of 0. W. Weybrecht to Build. ever and altogether the big show far made in the lines and the road will I Bills and accounts were audited 'and i
MAY
BUILD A ROAD.It .
tbe city, and Dr. Munyon yesterday addressed There is every reason to believe with surpassed the fondest hopes of Us pro- be built. warrants drawn to pay the same
a letter to the Board of Trade, is the purpose of the land companies the coming of spring West Palm Beach moters. The attorney of the board was instruct I The board then adjourned to Tuesday %

offering to make the concession for a as soon as the drainage operationshave will enjoy a genuine building boom, such Delray has cause too feel proud over ed to obtain from the agent of the Flor- April 4.1905.-Miami Record.,
consideration of $ '' < provided the been completed, to put these lands its exhibit, and well the of .
i5 x>, as the city:: has not experienced In three .. .. may. people.
the,. -
. parties interested would furnish a bond upon market at reasonable figures or four The owners of several that thriving little city feel proud of
... in the of that and induce settlers to locate there. To years. their achievements for after '
sum $1,000 guaranteeing winter hotels are now making plans to yesterday CIRCUIT COURT NEW FIRE HALL .
whatever expense might be incurred in this end a move will soon be made lookIng enlarge during the coming summer, the noon the prize: af 25. offered by Mrs.

strengthening his water supply for the to tbe building of a bard road which extensive tourist business I of the past\ few H. M. Flagler tot tbe beat exhibit from GRINDS SLOWLY NEARS COMPLETIONNew

famous Munyon's Island would be refunded may lead as far westward as the Lake months having clearly:: demonstrated the any town in the county to tbe Woman's- -,
or made good. This order was Okeechobee country. \ necessity increased accommodations1 Department was awarded to Delray.
In the matter of tbe appeals of P.
made through Dr. Munyon's agent, The proposed road will leave Clematis before the approach of another season. West Palm Beach exhibits attracted Fire Hall

Mayor George C. Currie, who says that avenue at Tamarind street, using that Among others who will commence building their share of the attention and praise Ullendorff R. J. Matthews, r'A. T. Clyatt, Contractors Jones & Grler, who are

,. there will be no difficulty in securing/ fhe I thoroughfare southward to tbe city limits operations at once la O. W. Wey from the hundreds of visitors, and are Mrs. Wells and W. W. Stanton, from building the new firemen's hall at the t

amount of the bond. where it will cross tbe waterway, brecht, wbo is now getting material on said to have been as. fine as the finest sentences imposed by the City Court of corner of Datura and Poinsetta streets
which will then be lowered to such an Miami, tor alleged maintaining of nui
WILL COMMENCE WORK. the lot north of The Virginia, Clematis displayed, causing the many who attended expect to have the building completed rand
extent as to necessitate little bridg sauces, Judge Jones handed down decisions
'i I Several days ago The Tropical Sun very avenue, preparatory to erecting a hand- from the Cottage City to feel proudof ready to turn over to the building,:
ing. The road will cross a chain of isl their home. reversing the Mayor's judgment. ,
residence work which committee within two weeks. In architecture
ten-room on
that the Home I
reliable
learned from a source
ands until it reaches the higher/ lands M. D. Price and R. B. Gautier represent. '1
will at Several other and workmanship the building ;
once.
land companies were ready to Commence west of Clear Lakes, requiring water. commence I will dispose of some of my household ed the appellants and H. F. Atkinson '
property owners are making preparations I will certainly reflect credit upon the ar .
at
drainage operations once, providedthe
ways no more extensive than mere culvert furniture at private sale. Call at Spltzer the city. I '
right of way could be secured, and to build homes during the summer, and Olive Jeremiah Hanrahan was admitted to chitect, E. A. Ebmann, and the con
street.
Cottage !
that altogether looks as if there might be tractors, and will be one of the finest
the of the
it was purpose companies It is learned by The Tropical Sun that MRS. W. J. McLARBH. citizenship.The .
4 in the Cottage City in and most substantial buildings in' the /
should Dr. Munyon fail lo yield, a circuit the Model Land Company will\ agree to something doing : Grand Jury came in and returnedtrue
+" would be made around his the way of building for several monthsto city. ;
property,
make liberal donations toward building Fiber water coolors at Gruber's. bills as follows:

a survey of which had been practically this road, provided their donations are com. ___________ I May Wilson, grand larceny. Next Monday will morning the twenty" t
foot flagstaff be erected from the
settled upon. Now that Dr. Munyon has supplemented to some small extent by Christian Science Services. Wanted-Woman for general house- Albert Cox, grand larceny.W. 'ky",
I bell tower at the southwest corner. At
made his proposition, oyer bis own signature citizens and property owners. In other work; must be good: cook; white pre J. Wilson, forgery '
Church of Christ Scientist West the too of the flagstaff: will be placed ,
it is believed that there will be words, should the road cost $20,000 the First ferred. Permanent place if satisfactory. W. R. Healey, assault with intent to ::\'
further hitch, and that the work will\ Palm Beach, Fla., up stairs .In Masonic weather vane and an eight-inch copper I :
no will of this Apply Box 444 city fe35 tf murder.
company pay amount $[5-
Clematis ball. Inside the latter will be placed ,1
of Bank ave.
Temple west on f
commence almost immediately. Benj. Coakley, murder In the first de ,
000, or proportionate amounts.
nue. Sunday services at 3130p.m.: ; Sundayscboolat A large stock of baskets at Gruber's. extracts from the minutes of the building J <
WHAT DRAINING MEANS. The draining of 'these lakes, togetherwith : gree.! r.. ;
a:3op.m.: ; testimonial meetings : committee, a copy of today's issue of .i?>,(
"What will this development mean the numerous other advantages: possessed Everything In the printing line at Three cases of petit larceny, charged ; i 1
at on first third and fifth The Tropical Suu, a copy of the Palm 44
7:30 p.m.
for West Palm Beach is a question that by West Palm Beach, will make : The Tropical Sun, and till work executed up by the' Grand Jury against J, M. )'
Beach News the roll of the
Wednesdays In month. All are cordially membership } 1' i
In the neatest and latest
this very Smith, were remanded for trial to the
the favored from
has been often repeated, and its answeris city most every
fire of the architect'sstationery
department
Invited services. copies
to these I style of the art. r, q
simple It means that this city will point of view, in all Florida, and with County Court. the name of the architect,B..MhA {
the farming center the scores of other improvements now "No bill" was returned on each of the
become greatest Ehmann, the names of the congaet'e"> ;
along the East Coast, and it means pros in contemplation by the monied inter "THROUGH CARS"TO charges against Neal Coaton and Tom ors, Messrs. Noah C. Jones and 1., J.' tai 1; :
the eats represented here the future of this Crutcher. "
perity to all classes, for following THURSDAY Grier, and several coins.
draining of the "back country" as it is city can be nothing but promising. : ,
HAVANA CUBA There was nothing done in the Circuit :
Results of Freeze
Court Thursday forenoon the Grand ,

Five New Locomotives. [ Inole patches on the little islets in the Jury being still at work, but up to noon The state department of agriculture ':

Everglades.So today had not handed in any true bills has issued a bulletin showing the dam.r', {
from the Schnectady Locomo- world is interested from Key West to Havanr. Car ferries II)
Coming The transportation deeply
for the The done to fruit trees and vegetable
it seems that if the noble red man day. following persons were age ;ti'
tive works about the middle of the month can grow it for common use, the pale In the proposed undertaking of that cross Lake Michigan take loaded indicted: crops by the cold snap which visited .'

will be five new and modern locomotivesfor face might raise it profitably for roastingears Henry M, :Hagler to build a railroad to trains a longer way. 'James Jones, assault with intent to this state January 24th to a8th. ,

the Plorida East Coast Railway Com at fifty cents a dozen: the price it Key West. No other man in America "The difficulty is to get the car to Key murder. It is estimated that only 23 per cent of ( ,

This order has been usually sells for in the early part of the would seriously consider such a proposition West. Tbe Florida East Coast Railwayis Jim Johnson, breaking and entering. the orange crop of the state was remain- ",.

pany. stupendous season in Miami.-Miami Metropolis.. but Mr. Flagler will succeed and his working on that problem at this time.It Nathaniel Boyd. grand larceny. ing on the trees at toe,time of tbe freeze \ :T,,
placed for several months and the makers \ road will prove of great value, not on\y\ proposes to extend Its lines through Charles Robinson, grand larceny. and that 64 per cent of that was lost, ,

have been pushing work on the order. Florida Flags. to Florida but to the whole country. the Everglades of Florida, and, using Edward Tricen, breaking and enter making; the loss on oranges 14.72 percent ':1

Master Mechanic C. D. Vanamvn, of tbe When Mr. Flagler decided to build a the numerous islands as stepping stones, ing. of the entire crop of 2,200,000 boxes. ?

road,is In Scenectady testing the engines The Government will return to the railroad down the East Coast of Florida, build eleyated trestle work to connect Robert Johnson assault with Intent to Grapefruit showed a loss ot 25,000'' $

and seeing that they measure up to the State the following Confederate flags thousands doubted his wisdom. Into al- them and thus reach the city of Key murder. boxes, which was about the same percent i \ -I

requirements of the contract. Upon the captured in battle: most a wilderness he penetrated, and to- West. Timothy Gilliard, assault with Intent of loss as shown by the orange ,.;':J.
arrival of the locomotives here they will\ Flag of Second Florida No record. day what was then one of the most thinly "This undertaking-the surveys have to'murder, crop. Pf:

be put at heavy work, such aa transport- Flag of Sixth Florida. Captured by settled portions of the State contains been made-is regarded by the Scientific Ernest nevis, assault with intent to Tbe damage to trees consisted only lathe ,f' ;

,J lag freight trains from Jacksonville toN Private Otis Smith, Ninety-fifth Ohio at thousands of prosperous citizens and Americas as 'undoubtedly the most actable murder.W. dropping of the leaven. !

,, Miami, a ,distance of which those in Brentwood Hills, near Nashville, Dec, numeous progressive towns have sprung feat In, railroad engineering which L. Burch assault with intent to Dade county is put down with 5 percent (t';1,:

charge can readily see their qualities. 16, 1864. up. \l'he: East Coast of Florida, throughMr. has ever been conceived.' murder. damage to oranges, no 'damage to, ?

With these new engines the Florida East Flag of Eighth Florida. Captured by Flagter's\ development, has becomethe "The nearest approach to it is tbe Charles Reese, breaking and entering. bearing trees, 5 per cent damage to> I

Coast Railway will be better equipped Srrgt. Thomas Horan, Seventy-second most famous winter resort in the Lucia cut-off built by the Union Pacific W. L. Burch is a white man; the others grapefruit, 10 per cent damage to other;' :,>,7

than ever From time to time this com New York. world, and ,for climate is incomparable. across Salt Lake, In Utah. It consists ofa are colored fruit trees, and 62 per cent damage, to ', i,'
stock until Flag of Eighth Florida. Captured at has startled the wooden trestlework of 26 miles. But 'f' '
pany has increased its rolling His latest undertaking The boy, Albert Cox, arrested in Mi. vegetables. ,' ,
today it baa fifty locomotives and several Sailor's Creek April 6, 1865, by Sergt. engineers of the country, and in speak. the Florida project requires besides the ami son,. time ago for stealing a bicyclein .. / ,'I t't'At .

' thousand freight and box cars, and the Clapp, Second Ohio, Cuater's command. ing of the work proposed, newspapers building over the Everglades and the West'alm Beach, pleaded guilty to City:Ems Paid. .: '

S equipment is valued upward of many Flag of Eleventh Florida. Capturedat give much space to the scheme. The using of the islands of more than 40 tbe charge, and sentence was suspended the regular meeting of the'City :.f'",

millions.-Florida Sun. Sailor's Creek, by Lieut.A. T. Lam- Atlanta Journal', speaking of it, says: miles of trestle over the open water by the court during good behavior.. Council Tuesday evening; the following! ;

r.1 .____ ----- fare First Connecticut. "Take up the map of the Gulf and "The Lucin cutoff, however, has no ,Yesterday the Grana Jury concludedits bills were audited and ordered paid ( {k

Corn In Dade. Flag of Eighteenth Florida. Capturedat Atlantic coast country and notice the trouble with tides or storms. The Florida labors and brought in its final .
Raising: pre B. F.Carter. fees for'home.. ..... :iff OO; 'f", 't
exhibits in, tbe Sailor's Creek, by Private Daniel strategic location of the city of Key West railroad will be menaced at many pointsby sentment, which will be published in B.F.Carter,uprlnkllng, :street* 13 ISO'' 41
Among tbe numerous at Woods, Company K, First Virginia Volunteer with reference to Havana tbe fierce Atlantic gales. Fortunatelythe the next issue: of The Tropical Sun. Hutchel-t-OnCaniartt. Co, applies. ,,5,, fit 1 I;
agricultural products of Dade county *Cavalry, Cuater's command. "As the gull flies it i* just 90 miles rock foundation la. good and while Duan Pub.Coeheckabondtrnsteea :SITS. ::t..

the fair building are some stalks of Flag: of Apalachicola Guards. from the American city to the capital of, the work will be very expensive it can for hour- W, W HendrlckoDtiU, and tow 71,45'. .''
six feet long. Bicycles rentat 20 cents per 8. A.Barfleld, alary and fens.J .., 'BO 00 "r;.,
green corn five or that I, All femurs , The general impression prevail address, or call on the Realty Mortgage "When you come to realize the comparatively "The," expense of this work will be R.B.;Porter's Bicycle Store Olive street. R.E..Beyleetro.4worktao4. ,I'
,corn cannot be profitably grown In Dade 'Company, West Palm D achFla. short'stretch't>f water It does amply justified. The carrying trade of tf Franklin mean paving; iiaj-roll.". lATT; OT !
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But the Beach Fla n9ti W _B Noah }all.BasvoaerA.. ... UO XV :
for roasting ears. Palm .;; ,
county,even I Incredible, think of loadinga tuba Is becoming immensely valuable ,
corn not seem to When )'ou want' bread 'that is pure and ,A. T. Perry,pwlnl\ ponce".,.'.. .. 4 00 '1'I \
:Indiana raise it and have a green The Tropical Sum- n 1st always on sale car in the North or West or East and And what Is equally, or,rather more im- wholesome, do not forget that the place L. Webber,food of prIIlODII""., ,,.?.' 1'JO. A

j r' dance, their great festival ever! June. at Idner ft Son' sending that car without-break of bulk portaot, is the significant fact that Key to find it is at the Majewskl Baker!. I I '1
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i It is rumored that young!: men, sometimes to Havana [West is 250 miles nearer to the Panama FlnmbinjF ,thatilauatanteed.j', ,Grur

when they have leisure, clandestinely J. B. McOInley WeSt. Palm, undertaker Beach. Fla\and em- "It is an easy task to ferry freight cars 'canal! than any city in the United States*" Furniture bargains at,Grater's.,, ber's. ;- ,
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hl }\;a;:'{{':'' {,;;\ :!1';';:' ( t' THE TROPICAL SUN. SENATOR BATE OFTENNESSEE ATLANTA, GETS RAILROAD, .'HOP' I"" JtJ. ""1 I'

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I :\- Seaboard Air Line Will Locate <
) 'Jt'I i, ,I'. Pioneer P..f Dad County Florida Big
"k, DEAD Machine Shops In Qate City.
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' \ \ Published Every Wednesday, << sad Saturday Atlanta, March 9:-It is l learned Tl Usefulfiicle
i r I Atlanta, March 9.It has been CO. M
aT WSST PALM BEACH,DADA OOUHTV PL.OII.O"i"
, It Teamed on the very best authority
al -- Succumbs to Death After a Few '
t, a that the present' shops of the Sea y

i";: |ys jt BCBSCHJPTION PRICE, ':2OO PEK TEAR.i Days Sickness. board Air Line now; located at Abbe- DRE811EII8 TO MEN / to the happy home a the ice
yule, 8. C., and Cedartown, Ga., wild
I be brought to Atlanta, and consolidated cream freezer. Itfja used in

;: | Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, MEMBER OF SENATE 18 YEARS In ehjpps that will be second to matting some of he many
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r none with the possible exception of
,lh CHAS. B. KENDALL, Manager.Xtatercd .
\\I hi) i"\ t"it The Body Will Be Burled at Nashville. those at Portsmouth Va., where the OUTING SHOESWere t ,;(! luxury-dishes: Cba.tl: ] tickle our -

}t,11' a Tennessee Legislature' Adjourn Out general offices of the Seaboard VI '
.\, k"" at the postoffice of WeatPalat Beach located. I palates., 'Evety', housewife
...econd-cI.*.matter. Him-Will HU
for Name
\ of
Respect
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\ Much of the machinery has already
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''iJr\ Successor This Session. reached Atlanta. and the rest is being ,
-\fi\ i OF THE FARMER. Your Feet i
WORTH hurriedly packed for shipment. A
,I ; ,i The more one goes into figures on I Washington March 9.United number of the machinists. have also Mountain
; White Freezers
I States Senator Brim age Bate, of Tennessee arrived from Abbeville, and more are Ever Tickled P

t, !;" I r' the wealth of the American farmer twice governor of his state, on the way. Machinists are also beginning anywhere f for money. We l }

,\ 'i: '1 :* j'' ,; the more. staggering, or incomprehensible a veteran of both the Mexican: : and civil to arrive from Cedar town, a/a/ They will be; end in a most pleas. are the best that can be purchased /IA eep'h..
well as machinery .from that pla.ce.WIork wne.
IY to show
you
and will he pleased
from to major them
/ wars, rising private
of
"1 ,J': [ the amount becomes, says is being pushed rapidly forward Ingway: if you wear one .
'' general in the latter and for 18 years and it is expected that in a very OUR SHOES, valuable book of recipes with each freezer.

\: ::1 ail'' the'Farm and Home Sentinel. If the a conspicuous member of the upper short time all of the men will be located

:\\ t'!} farmers of this country have, in.reH house of congress, died at his hotel in Atlanta, and the shop, whichare Hatcliett-DaCaniara Hardware Co

!: ', apartments In this city today, aged 78 situated near Howell'a station, ,
,'t'i,;l' \ :, eJ cent years, come'to the fore as winners will be in fall running order some time In Elk Soles of HardwareWest
years Death was due) to pneumoniaand Wholesale Retailers
'i,. It of wealth, the prosperity. is due during April. .
Rubber Soles
I' defective heart or
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:'' s./' \1 to their own persistent effort and Senator Bate attended the Inauguration Head Nurse Resigns. I, Palm Beach,;Florida

)j" ,, I,; honest! toil. One seeks in vain to find ceremonies on March 4, and hit Atlanta, March 9.-Or. William P. and Leather Soles

..P death Is believed to be due primarilyto Nicholson, chairman of the medical
''f where the farmers have combined
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that occasion, as he
,,1'' .. exposure on committee of the medical board of the
:lll''" ''t'' ;, their wealth or output and placed suffered a slight chill on that dayi He, Grady hospital, gave out a 'statementlast In any Color' and :

1"1.. !" t' ( t', theirmoneyorfarmproductaincombination however, continued his official duties night, In which he said that there Material and
i and occupied his seat. In the senate had been so- much published about the O-0.0-0'O.00'0'0'o-0't0
,J ;J akin to a trust. What the last Tuesdays Hie became suddenlyill trouble at te hospital which was misleading AT OUR PRICES

',t l'' r farmer has done has been largely due at the dinner table that eveningand that he desired to give the status l JJUltKHARDT'S West Palm Beach. March 11, lens

,r' to individual effort. He has been alt : ,Immediately called for a physi of affairs from the view taken by Not Palm Beach Prices.

''f ,,!',, ? cian. He was put to bed and his con the medical board. He Maid the I nurses
t: '' lt t' seeker after knowledge through his LIBERAL OFFER.We .
for A
!\; dition was recognized as serious. Despite were dismissed leaving 06 patientsto THE '

," \ farm journals and the agricultural the efforts of his physician he their fate at a late hour of the night,

t and similar associations to which he became steadily worse and all hope and that Miss McGroarty was! asked to
CO.
for his recovery was given up yester-- resign because she was not a fit pet SIRKIN

t/; I r belongs. The farmers of America day. His lungs, however, showed Im son to manage the nurses, although FLOUR throw
.I PANCAKE to
,l h ,i ; ,I l have been producing more wealth provement, and It is probable he would she was a nurse of the best training. Jefferson Block are /going: to have a lot of

r 4 earth have recovered but for the weakness What she lacked, says Dr. Nicholson, West Palm Beach, Florida this Bummer unless we dispose ol it now.
than do any other people on away
Is executive ability.
.: I, of his heart, which is attributed not
a t { $5,000k" i only to his advanced age, but the serious We stocked heavy for the winter, but for some reason we did

1 \ u 000,000 on their crops. Out of the strain to which it had been sul- Rear-End. Collision Near Macon. not sell as! much as usual. It will not keep over summer, and
Macon Ga. March 9. As
the result
"1'1' :!\' jected by a long-standing asthmatic
of the corn last -- it awaylaterwe will now, while it is sweet! and
l!( proceeds crop year condition. of a rear-end collision, which occurred ---- -- sooner than throw

.,,' i" } the farmers could have paid the entire Senator Bate was entirely conscious Wednesday night between a good, Bell it to you for CENTS. a package. This price is less

+ national debt and still have had until his death. Besides the wide, r, Central railroad passenger train! anda it in the store. Take advantagepf this splendid .
wrecking train at Smarrs, Ga., Foreman than cost to put
\ Mrs. Thomas F. Mas-
two daughters
J'I'I I 1; \, enough'money to run the 'Govern ten, of Tennessee, and Mrs. Chllda.' of B. F. Bray, of the wrecker, is offer, because it cannot last at the price-8 cents a package.

) ment six or eight months. All that Los Angeles, survive the senator, A probably fatally Injured; Engineer
; Louis Rebb, of the passenger train, J tIt
'I : the gold mines of the entire world brother. Cap-tain Bate, of Tennessee, and his 'negro fireman, are badly In t .Finest Groceries
,\ and a sister Mrs. Harris, of California, w. BTOKHABDT .
Jured, and Mall Clerk T. ''M. Hamiltonand L.
1', : ; have produced since Columbus discovered S
;IX- were sent for but were unable td reach
Bagga.gemaster W. C. Roberts .
are
", America do not equal the here before his death. O-lt will pay you to purchaseJourJCouponBBooks.Clematis
't V also painfully hurt. The wrecker was '
"i 1 Senator Bate's remains will be taken
t''
{ value' of the food supply raised on running as special, and after stoppingthe 'a'SEP 1 ,i
to his old home at Nashville, and
1 flagman failed to get out on th.
i'y" C a American farms during the last. two will be Interred in Mount Olive cemetery -
',', tracks far enough to prevent the passenger <
1 \ I years, while this year's product is there. train from colliding with the
An official furneral will be held In

:, I''. over six times the amount of theca/ the chamber tomorrow at 2 o'cloclt,1 wrecker. 1 "ir" "nnr" "monnnn" 'i "Ua"!flU"!?" 'rcmnf1tmntU1" " ? "

k. 1 / K,; ital stock of all national banks. It and the remains of the late senate Mute's KickProves Fatal.

within of will be taken to Tennessee tomorrow Eatonton, Oa.,**March\ 'Norwood' '
'tl comes $750,000,000 equaling evening. the 5-year-old son of David L. Law. E T I7 e l1ie el'plarmaey( i
I '
t '
I ; c the value of the manufactures oft : Senate Adjourns: ciil cf Respect. rence, of this county, who was kickedIn

\ 'l 1000) less than the cost of materials the forehead by a mule several days
,
.
J After a session of seven minutes the ago, fracturing the skull, has since THE CUP THAT CHEERS Clematis Ave. and Narcissus S ;;
I. r used. It is twice the sum of our exports
I senate adjourned at 12:(j7 p. m. today died. He was brought to town for E is and delicious. Our ..3E
is tea. made It sweet
a cop'of' our Properly F ?, ;
? :l. and imports for a year. It is out of respect to the memory of the treatment. Drs. Weaver and Tall I a, ) rt sodaeannotbeaurpaesedanywbere 3E

.t and half times the late Senator Bate. ferro performed the operation The its) a drink no woman can resist and
two a gross earnings N for its purity and sweet and deli- 3
r: I' In the absence cSf (Mr. Carmack wound was found to be more serious ; SOD
1 '? from the operations of the rail- (Tenn.), Mr. Gorman brougnt the sen than was at first thought. A fragment few mOur == a;;q f 4 clous flavor. You cannot help be- == '
refreshed whenever drink
== ing you ':::
It is three and half times ator's. deatt to the notice of the sen of the skull was .from the ordeal
; roads. a tea I te selected by actual trial. ::: a glass of it, and its effect upon you ==
'f. the value of all minerals produced in .ate. He said: ment of the skull was removed, but == is exhilarating and invigorating.A ::
"I am charged with the duty of announcing he never fully recovered. from the ordeal We don't take anybody's ,word for == good tonic to drive away that ::::

a this country, including coal, iron, the death' of Hon. W. B. ::: feeling of melancholy whenever' it .::::
jtheir quality. We test the flavor, r holds. in its Is to take -
r you grasp
r Bate, late a senator from Tennessee.He .
a Iron ore, gold, silver and quarried Prominent Alabamian ..Suicides.Montgomery == a glass: of our soda, and all will be V
n u'r died at his hotel at 6 o'clock this aroma and! strength before we buyan
Call
stone. Ala., March 9.-'I'he == soon forgotton. on us at any -
morning, and the end came after a :::
time ana learn of Its merits. Flavors
community was severely shocked at ounce. That's why onr tea is always -
scientific brief illness. This is not the time 1 == of all kinds always on hand. ==
After carefully looking over a
the
I unexpected death of Samuel Gas. ra'
l for eulogy, but I will add that he so good. How we are able to == !lf.c A. G, RIEGELUUUUkUUUJaUUUUUUlUJIUlUUlUlUIUUUUJIUiUiUlUUR==
r treatise on the extermination senhelmer, who was found dead in his
met the dread messenger with the
room on Alabama street his body cold sell |It so cheaply is another story. / }
: r of the New Jersey mosquito, after same. calmness and Christian fortitude
1 and stiff, and his flesh a purplish hue
r .; apprehending/: in all their volume the which had characterized his conduct from an overdose of morphine whichhe Try a pound and see bow it lasts.
throughout along and eventful ca
l kNt i." i failure of coal oil, sulphur, acids, reer.." had taken. Three bottles of chlo
roform, a bottle of morphine tablets
,,9'', !P p : screens, poisons, smoke, drainage, usual Mr. Gorman then presented the. three-fourths used up, were found on FABER BROTHERSFancy GRAFTED, Mulgoba Mangoes.
resolutions of regret at Senator BUDDED
:
'A;: subsequent to accepting the. facts as Bate's death. The resolutions, the bureau in his room.
(
i i they seem to be about this dreadful also directed the appointment of a Committee New Cruiser In Commission. Largest; Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms, Phyllan

'T pest,we are firmly convinced that the of twelve senators to make arrangements Norfolk, Va., March .The United thus, etc. AII pot grown., Full Line of Citrus Stock 4

l' for the deceased senator's States cruiser Galveston recently com grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address

\' only thing that will ever' Ret; even funeral in the senate chamber at 2 pleted and placed In commission at the Indian River Oranges JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm Beach Fla tl tlo

''t', with the New Jersey mosquito, when p. m., tomorrow, authorized the extension Norfolk navy yard, will sail next Wed

I. :: the heavens shall roll together as a of Invitations to the president, nesday for Galveston, Tex., where she Wholesale and Retail
\
the members of his cabinet, the ..u> goes to receive a silver service to be

r scroll and the meadows of New Jersey preme court of the United States, the presented by th ecltlzena of Galveston. Poultry and Eggs ononononoononoiionono)110i10t/07a0U0110i10110i1011ot.0 0Y

> j shall melt into an abyss of flame diplomatic corps, the ranking officersof Upon her return the cruiser will have It 11 o

a, will be the day ol judgment. the navy and the army and the her "free route" trial trip over the LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. 11
house of representative, and directed measured course off Newport, R. I. Y G. G. Strohm CompanyFAMILY o

the sergeant at arms to escort the C. H. PRICE manager o
+} k From Shawnee, Oklahoma the remains 'ISenator Bate's former Engineer,' Badly Mangled. Olive Street West Palm Beach.FIa

t 1 statement comes that Klathlo Harjo, home at Nashville, Teon, for Inter- Augusta, Ga., March 9.-Walter :B. ; 2o
ment. Sir via. an engineer on the Southern I GROCERIES i
Seminole known as "Old Fish,
a ,
In accordance with this resolution railway, had one leg: cut off at the knee

a said to have been the oldest Indian the vice president a'nounced the following and the other foot just above the ankleas FOR SALEWest It. S

in America, is dead at the age: of 110. committee: the result of an accident la Hamburg Palm Beach Lake Front i Fancy Food Products
Messrs. Carmack.:: Morgan, Proctor! S. C., just across the river from : 2o
lIe born in the Everglades of A desirable' cottage with modern o >
was convenlences.
very
.Blackburn,. Alger, Daniel, Berry, For( Augusta. Mr. Blnrla wan brought to .. AlHu deHlrable, cottagositesouth! 2I

ql g Florida, and fought in the war of alter, Mallory, Spooner, Curberson and this city and Immediately carried to of city A piano Inquire will be, H.sold L.'< cheap.HHAFFER. r Grain and Provisions. I

1812 against this country well as Soott. the city hospital. Tiber.' are> chane" Welt Palm Beach.
+ 0
E
for his
Oil motion of Mr. Mallory the senate recovery
in the Seminole wars. He enlisted as 0 JEFFERSON :
then adjourned as a further mark ol Leave your orders at The TropicalSun BLOCK

a volunteer soldier of the United respect. office for all kinds of engravedand Y o O ISBH. ;

States during the Civil War and Woodlawn monogram stationery and visiting 0 West Palm Beach, Florida.I I .

4 Tennessee Legislature Adjourns. cards. 0"
Since then
M.#* t' nerved with distinction. -i-iooa
Nashville, Tenn. (March 9. Th.
emetery /+oo.o.o.oo.oo.o.oc to7geoleoteoJ
z' Mo7eoleoleoleoleo
be has lived with his tribe and ac >
I Tennessee legislature adjourned' soon Uo to R. B. Porter, Olive street for

: i ,I i, quired' reputation. as a doctor after it w.a called to order today out Lots at can Wed now Palm be Beach.WAM.A obtained. Iq the new cemetery the famous Hartford Urea.

,
of respect to( Senator Bat It was decided
? ; among the Indians. -F: R. MOMKS./ : Afnt."

/ N Senator during Bate's the successor brief session 6h March to elect 21.' :.................. .......... ......................

New York is to have a World's Fair
1 Senator Bate who was elected last T wish to Inform every personwithin" one : :
fN ,, in 1909 in honor of the discovery of fall to succeed himself his .term ex. am hundred here mile to repair of West your Palm WKtohen.. Beach olooki,that and I L. HILLIERWHOLESALE

t, the Hudson river. The Dutch fami piring March 4, had. therefore, just Jewelry-to nt your eyei with ipoctales: or f
yeglanae and to Mil yon anything yon
entered upon a new term. Governor may want in my line. I am nut.a ""wlnterTlBitor : AND RETAIL fA
lies headed by an uncle of President ," but resident a .
Fra/ier former pro
( Governor Robert L>. laude: : and perfectly re-
petty owner
Roosevelt, will raise 40,000,000 for Taylor, and Hon. Benton McMlllIn! ponalble for any business you may bnve : TOBACCONISTCigars
\ with Watches and Jewelry
to tranaaei me.
: the purpose. Options on 600 acres are mentioned to succeed Mr. Bate, In need of repairing may be ent by reili
i but the Impression ''prevail that the ed. mail or e"p...... I will examine and report Tobacco Cigarettes
i, of land have been secured. legislature will decide coal by return mail.-If the price I ie Dot Pipes, Etc., Etc.
u upon Governor atiafaotcry, you are order the goods re*
i : McMillin. The governor, who was turned without experience\charge.with 1 some have of bad the twenty beat r : CANDIES x "
yean
+ J udging by its finding in the Swayne General Bats's most active, opponent honw in New York and Bnltlmere-six S A FULL LINK OP LOWNBY'S '

>, Senate is determined to convince during the last campaign, withdrew In veara head Watchmaker Jacksonville.Them and Optician. for J CELEBRATED CHOCOLATES ,
case, the Ureenleaf A Cro; l>j Co: : Soda
\ favor of Senator Bate with the understanding : faru ought to bannfllalent assnranoe : Ice Lunches to '
r\\: \i the nation that its nselessness that should Senator Bate r* guarantee that I satisfaction understand: In my every business caw and Cream soda Order During Season S

tt 1 .; t baa not been overestimated.-Detroit tire that he (McMlllln) wouM become E. A. WALKER, EXPERT WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN : Ice Cream SUUWOIJC :BJ.OCX, wi P.u.x BgjCB i '\ '

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1" 1 SUN WEST: FALM BEAQH, FLORIDA SA .URRAY, MAUCII 11, 1005 PAGM TtIR1tE "iIns.rrrlrrw.an.uw.rrrwrnar.rr

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YRV; : Si44NS i RETREATS ; \'DEFENSE; ;, ',,,1'U RESTS THEIR CASE.' ColumnWANTED.

: : ; \ .' The TrlaS'of 'Mr...,cWdwIck Occupied Everybody's ,
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rhl > the tlmtf if Ncfcrai. Court. '
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'(n .O ". !ffiItBY 1APr Cleveland. March.\ 9-II'h't' defenM rMq.siio
dlskf .:: 'i'iltepor'Es inahe: Cliad'wUktcis.S>r 'te4 Us cane .... tk .

shortly) before 11 o'clock this mornlnjt! IGOOn 1'i >:kPUTINO $DAL1J4. .pd qte:: tt

Say That Line of Com T. 0:'tko' fttle, the bookkeeping es A Write Zlll & Green Delray, 'Pia ,

.... .. I..* "* pertca41! \ .t.e +t J'aa.r"w: the first wit. I ,
Bumicatjon MONEY TO LOAN'. .. ,
laCut.Multary"
,
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"1." I .- "" '" '"
nesaforthellefenaeoccupied, ;: the witneaa -. .
1 I ,
,. : stand when trial resumed. ? 'PROPERTY'' 'THAT 'I I' ..
oJ ''n. ,. I"" the was 1" YOU HAVB _' ,
I JAPQ' Ha testified that entries want to improve and need money ,. .. .
:, :' .H>AVEI ; .NCIRCLEp' .iUSB'NlV8' ( ,; :the| you .
,. .. at $10,000 ;and;,6,000 on, the books otthej to do it with apply to Geo. G. Curve, '
I .
/ I'
: Expert*': Don't thlhk That Oberlln bank under date/ :pt Nov; West Palm Beach.t\ k The winter' .f Drawing: ;. to..t"clQse.! and need for Hghtei; ; under-

.
r.. "K I '* II* > I i .. Possibly 8,. 1303) were Items of .credit ,to Mrs. .l FOR SALE. i wear will soon'be' upoil'you'We/' ;; for this: and
Kuropatkln' Army Can Es- Chadwlcki ." 1 : : :, ,haye'iireparedf(: ;" ,
;

"I"Qape-WTheJapaneee I '" Have.Completely ,, Similar) entries,,on, the discount rteg- UERMANS, POINT ON tAKE are now in a position/ offer you:a; largoassoi'tmettt'of the best
.'Whipped the Russian' later showed that the j two' items were ,J Worth near the Inlet 28 acre. land. ? ,. ,. ., : .

I "M regarded !%y 1 the, tank as being ,to the 10 acre garden' balance pineapples. Muslin Underwear at Moderate Pricesl: ,:. .,">" 1' ". '< ." .to .,' ., ..-

I Tojclo, March : 4.-i p. ufA-Tha' Japhaie credIt ot' Mrs: ; adwlck. Nov. 16, 300 fruit trees one hundred: bearing. ? : '" .... .., r, Itu
: : "
I Itlope' north1' cot Journal 40 large cocoannt trees. Beautiful . .. /9, : : : "
cut the ol ,
; ( railway ; 1903, the showed the {j1\try 'thoallanc1 :;feetTake ? J.4b ".D'e? "? 1 i..S 4 *,H hh. ...
site. 'One ... ,
; Building ,. ',
I 01 .
.fl&k10n I : I a note,of $40,000.( ;() ) ) 'ThU did not appear best >
S front. Ideal winter home nearest ,
.. .
.. : ', : !'' but Palm 1 '"" ,. .. .. ,., ': ,", ,
the
"' \,kAen,134req, 'I in discount e&1ster. the htag. Apply to Boat, 155 Weskit .. ." > #"f I ,'" "
;' M ( ; 92:3: 0( .s. 'm.-The journal entry showed, ''according1 to the Beach, Fla. Corset Covers "' ""' 'i, .'.. 'Drawers

t+ altlpait9se'yeliterday attacked .the vUi witness '. .
'that' :Mrs. 'Chadwick entitled
was
R TRADE FOR NAPTHA LAUNCHtwelve . II. Of" ; ..,' A
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lags -of ,Fudilaaa( \,;! northwest of the'Im: on that 'day to $40,000( either In O acres fine pineapple land + .... ,,, ." ", I" '
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pedal Torabe; and a Jtubbora fight cash,off 'credit. Other entries,' on that facing railroad near DeerfieldJ Address '

'totowo1'iyt-the} Russian. advance// date' shdwed that an Item of $40,000was Chas 0. Williams St., Au us. Good qualities! of, 5\Iu\ lin",anil:':J tiin-+' : .' ;,' Fine': tucked and embroidery-trimmed

guard .was. ,.. ,obliged to abandon the vil deposited though It was not spool- tine, Fla., ". i \ Book trimmed ,
with Embroidery and "Drawers in of materials
Rood qualities
lage..:: y': fled by whom. If the cash or.:' certified TROPICAL REAL:BST,\TB'AUENCY ., '. i ."" /" < 1 ., /; ,

:During the; I Eight the Japanese attacked check was given Mrs. Ghadwlck! t """ Lace,. i : II. ,, t Prices< "
the !'village of Saataltse north on that day the entries were entire F.OR RANT -; .. ,

ot:: the Imperial: mibe. The fight- and covered .transactions. In .> proper One Seven- Room Cottage handaome'i '. .. Price, 254<.j to 2.00 J"I' ?, '" ,1 aic:: ( to $1.50.

Sni', contl1Pl-el alf this dispatch is filed. manner: tThievidence ly furnished. Lake front, located 300 .. ,

'The:Japanese outposts have reached was directly opposed yards north of Royal Polnciana '';Hotel. t .<,1 ; .I' "Skirts .. <, k;

,Hlrantchan, oil: the'.outh front ,and aheavy to the testimony of Assistant Oaaher) 't'. FOR ,SALE. T"""?d .J 'of"I H ... ., .. ,/ .. ,. iY
I ..
cannonade Is In progress' there. Avery, and Receiver Lyon of the Ober ,1 ; '. V
lln'bank, who said that Mrs. Chadwlck .. East ,SWe.! lake front property ulotel*% ?. .at I. ; ", .,. ? ...... ,r-, .., 5 ,
of Poinciana ,
miles north
ese Royal . .. .. I .* Lace' and embroulery med Skirts Ir "
Wlthi the. Left Army, Wednesday had neither money nor credit ;at the small cottage; owner nou.resldent.wm :March 8 Ntooa. via Fusan, bank at the time of the certified \ ,
,, any sell cheap. 'v "
.
75o to 1.00.
$' :
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March .9.-The' left >.armies' have .cut checks'were issued. Town lots and' farm lands dor..aale. .w..w.. ., ... .. .. ;

and destroyed the railroad between - Write for prices.:: : 5 I .;L .5
OAR
..iMukden .and.Tle.I"ase'Detlllla' aretlbf POLICE< OO MOTIVE. ,..
and hotels for rent.
1 } Cottages -
\.1+ 'dbtathrtiblWafipldaeldt\ \ (: :i't 1r1 : ,. : ,' '. ... ) > ; '- .1/II IS I
W. I. Metcalf Manager: ."1 .. .
The, Russians1\ are. In retreat over For the Poisoning of Mrs. Stanford, West Palm-Beach! Fla.PROFESSIONAL e

the northern, roads. The left column Who Dl.ct. Recently In Honolulu. ? .. : ; S ;

ot: these armies Ie.at L/lkampu/ !: San Francisco, March 9,-Though I RS.:: .'

7 miles north of the Hun river, and 6 they still deem the proof of murder la- CARD. BR4NN T : .

.pollee,'west of,the railroad and has hada ooncuslve, the potee of this city are 'Lei W. : !

fierce fight with;a Russian force, of trying\ to finda e posslbe motive for the Outfitters
Ziadies'
thrice Its .number. The,Russian casualties poisoning, of Mrs.: Stanford. With this G." : CJIIILLING'YOltT "

number ten thousand.: .The end In viqw they are making a minute :- ,. ,.

Russian canter. it retreating' in great Investigation Into the stories of house- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR, .;. .' .'

hold Intrigues told by Beverly. the .. ..
t confualon. '.
West Palm I Fla.
Beach J
former butler and Elizabeth Richmond ,. .

1 New Chwang, 'via: Tien Teln. March they former maid of Mrs. Stanford n ISO. G. CUKKII2 '. .. .. .. "

r .-It is reported here that Tie Pass ; Woho'now lives In Beverly1* home .
Mateo.It Attorney and CounsellOratLawWEST .
at San p
baa been Invested by the Japanese and '
Is believed that among the storiesof PALM: BEACH; FLORIDA
.
1; that .General Kuropatkln having' no rear '
alternative will probably be forced to Quarrels and "graft" formed the motive BKANNINO
<
Buffalo
sumMer within week.. for the murder. H Gasolene Motor

The 'Russian have not. been' reinforced Albert Beverly, the former butler,' Attorney and Coun8el101'tLaw,

has, It to said made a ,statement to A HIGH-GRADE
/ from the direction of. Harbin (Office over Bank.
,
the police to the effect that by means ,
since March 1. I ,WEST,PALM 'PEACH, FLA
made I of "rake-downs" and commissions<< he r a' Automobile Motor
General Noel's army a forced Sccd .f
lad -"grafted" about $2,100. He re- M.. llOlIlilNS : s
march pt 25 miles dally and'action'' In GEO. '
Oku's interatea his story that be divided his are known M whd they havt'grewr4 ForSpeedlauuchesu
conjunction 'wlth'General army and Counatlor
Law
"rake-down'" with Miss Bernier Mrs.Stanford's Attorney ror halt n conturr they
1' in the 'heve been the alnn.Ier4-ha en't'
surrounded 80,000 Russians direction Courts
Will pnctlm In State and Federal .
eeoret8.I7'.ud that her felled once to produce bigger bet.ter '
of Tie Pas 'and cut off: their TITUSVILLB. crop. then eel others (told Absolutely reliable. ,
I share amounted to between $1,000 and 'bypll dealers. 1906 Need So. /
t,, suppltee.t I moat free to all pplloanto.. .' ak Perfect Speed Control.

t r, The Jiurrylnsp Japanesearmies 1100. ,w I. &U TOALF, !Band for :lcoG Cat t''
,' ,: / D. M;FERRY A. CO llogoe
passed a division of Russians without Detroit, MichMansonia 5 S
ATTORNtJf-AT-LAW GEO. R WALLACE
I RUSSIANS IN CALIFORNIA. .
giving It anattention:! until ,the ,enveloping -, NOTARY PUBLIC.
1 movement waft completed, U. 8. COMMISSIONER West Palm Beach
;
\ .; VhenvtKey! crushlngljr' /attacked the Err>lorant Yfere Landed by Mistake In WHl praotlOBln Oountydt.tea. ,*r' f South' American 'Repu Hc. .'- y
1 Russians on all sides. Los Cal. 0. It is Courts.LAND CASES A SPECIALTY :
Angfles, March ..
Poultry
Office In TBOPIOAL SUN Block,
reported> .tha.t.a party of SO Russian
,
Toklo sIe I Rejoicing. Wen Palm Beach. Dade County :Jlorlda
emigrants their from Russiato I
on way
'
Toklo OyamaTin, March'ILIl.-order Woon.directing-Field Marehal the- Los Angeles have been landed fre-nt A.J:! II :Eyllj: fl''J' : Farm Sold by
'
a, .steamer at Buosnos_Ayres, Argentine .1 I I
pursuit of the retreating Russians yesterday -' ATTORNEYAT-LAW ,
republic' by mistake. BROADWELLWE'LL
>I. :
i and NOTARY PUBLIC.
1 prohibited his troops from enter Among the number are. said to be White Leghorns, White Wfanclottea. -
the U. S. Co ,ol =
!,ng, ;jviuik; <}en in :masses In ,orderto s.veral.>' families. the v agents of whic Asratof. Baltimore.Rilellty Md.Qu.r.nty'! Eggs and Stock ''' Dear Sir, 1"
of Tombs at ol Clematis Avenue tuna Nan S S I ,-' thcillulitiwtdaabtM toltiH
the respect the Office corner
preserve them to 4-o Angeles, rUj
proceeded arriving For Sale. Inntlnn and KttW/imi auaJitj a(
and sacred places of the Imperial Chinese cleaus| Street, over Potter's bicycle store 'f & I
some weeks ago and are now awaiting\ l-t-190::- WEST PALM BEACII.MRtllCAL Gillette ." .. .
'p household and to' protect the the arrival of the women and ohtlifiAn W. E. GALE Manager: : .,

welfare of the Inhabitants. --.. The mistake was. made.,, If IM _.____ _uu:AND_._ _SURGICAL_ u lUan ollla. Fla Safety Razor MOORE:, N
rr '} 'o-- 1'' Although the actual/sticcess gained will entirely dlnpol It, Aer man ran {
( stated, by-thq emigration agent In Russia
C. IIOOD M. I>. : havewttb lta rendllraa tlinugh ba .
{the Fed Marshal. Oma'Sfarpyunknown > who booked the party for the H ,. J lbadelwa.elened blnm-lf. The ail.I .
r rYT ;Tokfo a/ready celebratIng wrong-port.Jl* i. *i .' .5a.PNY8ICIAN AND SURGEON S. H. RICHMOND, Agent sea.tM Biilkty ltbn.twalmke.adoubia.duod Manor la CS Raaora IC DEALERS INDruga

$ the victory. Flags are going up The condition of the unfortunate Odea over Potter's bicycle store, WEST ladna> oa thin as paper,tempered and
.
Perrine Grant Land .1+m hardunud bi our pnxMM K that "
all over the city and crowds -are on Russians who are all of the lower PALM BEACH. Residence near;RoyalIlolnclan&HotellPALMBEACU Company. It tnkitt diamond jdu t ta grind ,

p '?' the streets, crowds are buying' the extra classes, interior Russians is eaIIdltobe k ; ? 12.1 :' K i d REAL ESTATE. ".'S";, thorn.thirty porfoot Erah blade ahuvta.clrm COM tea and to : < y 3,' ',

; edltlon.s of the local papers,_ and pitiable. eOTTkiU! : M;D.:, 4F IJ ... ," .1.0 XI- t blade packed sods.+ol+d direct yS ,: :
FLORIDA .from the factory hewlnn them
congratulatione are pouring into the The local Rusatua colony is much Ri3. CUTLER. NQp /to bu mow. Alwaia raad foroH-*
.
t minister of and to the 8..2898'WEST' PALM BEACH, FLA.. JJ1caicincQStationery 'SI 1 1ra
office of;the war presented by the citizens of Galveston No Stropping ,
ltd
army staff headquarter. : I have taken steps, to have the emigrants DENT AL.l L. A WILSON or Honing *' '

t' ,It Is rumored' that General"Kuropat- re-embarked and brought to this city. hi Yon cannot ont yonfMilf or fail taIveyonraolf

1r i Jcln'e retreat has. been partly cut/; off, ,p II. NAQY. ?. n" 55. e r ,, HA qI'ACiu EU. orBoots aimootb.dullEhtfalVt .

losses of and Strike -In 'Southern Russia. ham mod each of the i
s Insuring heavy supplies ] haa roe y
t .,'..i DENTIST:* : dtfiMl until dull.mtnrA to na and CtXIG .
Shoes
c?' the 'capture: of many -prisoners;) but St. Petersburg, March 9. iA telegram and ti Aot'S we will gin l you alx now .la.oiohance ,
Office In Jefferson Block<< .
this J it Is.impossible to conform: from Ekatortnoslav, South:., Russia WEST PAlid'BaA.. H'. "-i .;. 'p.t.baII1A' .. C at no sat to yewTwolnadditlonalbledeaatenae. GooaJ

t ."A An,,official!! announcement\ of the ;result ,' says that (dive miners have been Repairing. In All Klnd'of Lealkec Innleoat. i qa1tcy! 't

ot.tberleld'Marabalbyama'a pursuit killed and wounded. in.a conflict be- DU. J. E. LIDDYr1 ,Goods NeDone.,! I It Cull will and oat examlna you aothlna the to aillott aw la. 510r

.ot the Russians Is expected. here tween strikers of the Bhoerblnoff Dentist i r7 4ti 5

later today. mines ..and the Auerhacb quicksilver Julian ; "
TaiEacl kin -.
Office rint'door .west of Dade County; Stale ; ; s.
mines and soldiers in the district of Bank {

Petersburg. ,, In Gloom. 'Bakhmult. The strikers started lootIng WEST PALM BKAC1L. FLORDA and Horsehide Slices I -- '
-- .
St. Petersburg; ,. March 9.-.;230 p. and the troops threatened' to shoot: ,
';I { m.-A is drawn the The former,thereupon dared at the soldiers FEET
: veil over progress FOR .
TKtJDBR
; of General Kuropatkln's heroic effort with revolvers and also threw POLE lIOA\LL.4d,

to extricate his beaten army but the stones at them,whereupon the troops s torus:bin coadh: aad>tat: !:J endtEa Olive St. North of New Jefferson BId

> !fired a volley, andorder was restored.
d general/ staff! Insists that while he has ,
there has been no Revolutionary disorders have broken ,.
been defeated yet
a r disaster. Tine peril of the whole out at Smolensk, Middle Russia. Bands l\I.\ ; BItEL.8FOJ.tD() GMcaiQ and 'Florida' Limited ,

of demonstrators are marching
I' army espeelal1T'of the rear guard: Is .
admitted' and' Mukden may have been through the streets carrying re4 ...... ReaL. .;, JSsta'tePALM vIa ;

", 4, evacuated during last night. although MarqulrArngl9ty BEACHFLA.. I Louisville & NashvilFeOnly "
nothing definite has been received on Dying ty

I + this. point. Yesterday General BU.derllng' New York. March 9. The'Ma.rcU111 Notary Public. Cottages'to Re n
n held of Anle y Is. according to 'an American Fi.a.U.road:
army which has the center -
Once,Sooth.PoinoUna Hotel
,. fell back .on, the run river cltng- dispatch from 'Monte Carlo,, dying Pullman Trainwith y Mrul.rr
there from consumption. HI condition
,
dng all day desperately Madlapu: at -
the tpex: : southwest of,the .city.General took a sudden turn for the'WI"O& .. observation and libral r car'l from J
Wednesday and It was reported that T. J. CAMPBELL "'
SUOW
YOU
the latest
Nogt, according; to
I be could live but a short time. The Chicago a o
authentic Russian reports has already Florida to" St. Louis, IMPROVED METHODS
'station ma.rql1l.who was born In 1876, attract Jam-Up-To-Now i if you'll call, the advantage paying

reached a point opposite the of ed much attention after suoceedbwto- ._ -- ._ _. _.. __.Tha.WenLandJlorhwestr. are adopted by us as soon as their
Souhaltal halfway between Mukdenand bills by check,, .
,
your ,
his title through bit lavish eipenal- trithJetich than tU ?
Tla.Pans, but It la believed, that BLACK2MIMITaHQRSE. quicker time any vafuo firmly established.In ...
his left.la swinging still further' north tares 'on jewels and theatrical! flf ot '''" HOEI1M j '" I 1 GENERAu' r. : "" I, il| J Mother i' Hue.fll !. r Many, a bill baa been paid'. a "Second J.. i ,
.long ago he wW"tlirown. Jnto Iasi.ruptcT m al.l'itl1biit; \; cprsj'servlce!
blow at the line'ot communication
for a with li&bWtle& aggrnearly < !J1. REPAIRING ANDPAINTING cl'tte/cFlueat' ( ainlng-c service in the time- because the receipt Was lost or I Icouldn.'t the performance ot our duties as
which would realize Field Mar .
$3,000,000. SoQ% >',"1r,,i': ,' v ,' and JCmbalmera
: )
I be found. Undertakers all
:
< iron ,
shal Oyama's'(plan- for oloslng the Leave St. Augustine dally 8:30: e.tIi. i

,The Tokio re ort that the railroad ; . ,, .. modern aids science
ring Woman A ke. for Mercy.Lynchburir ,: LeaVe Jackaonille, dally.: 9:30: a. m. This cannot occur if you pay by approved by- orgood
.
actually. cut.is not confirmed Arrive CWCOKH st dayr 4-30: lIt.
MarchMrs., .. BUILT ,ORDER p. taste in
V WAGONS have
are
a., 10. use,. and we
here thVtelegraph office on the contrary administered' r', : .t." Art: ire St.: Louis next day, x:35 p. nx. check, as your check is voucher and
Sallle M. Manna who ,,' I t t. .
'L4
LJ tt. 1EGEU Ar'tltponghPbnman'TrevtlngroomSleap.InieCae ( no hesitation in claiming that we can
'r that communication
declaring of ..& A..Weat. I JackHOOTllfo A. C. L.-.
rough on rates to a family IIlx per dally from : on Is backed by our records. ,
with General Kuropatkln Is still\ open. because the family had given, shut AOIS: p"m. train t IOU KvanMTjile, B Louie, and H..A. L .
.The!' losses,.already jaceedi those ofap t rto thejlhusbanj'of the prisoner, ,:, .. .;' H:Bn e. In.: train. t..!.CblcnKOI!! (a, Mobile on andNrw You. and wife talk it over, and then ,I coet. .. .r
battle U the wn > /. ; from?home HASLEHURST :& SON Orleans \* .
he hd ;
whmn run away .
H131151'ser Ice I la(teHlred Mk lor tickets via come in and tall it overwith 08,and r Lady assistant. '
defeat of Kuropatkln has .N. f-J' "
I' While the appeared In court waved trial by Jury : L. t c' .

!i revived the talk of; peace.lt U too' 'early and threw herself on the mercy of..the Contractor and Builders oi-gY
E -f. yt 4o" measure its'fuHJ effect It Kttropatkln xourt' ,The Judge announce4 that I / jT.; K.! TtERniNO. Fla. TIUM Agent. .J. B. McGINLEY
PolO. BOX l'f! Jack.oavIhsFlorlda "
fir 304 SOU W..D.y BU ({ Act it today
good advice. ;
,4 .succeeds I In drawing off his he would,,.take. the matter' underAadYlaamont on ,. *.'

!I Iarbly'holatattee.hbvrlbadly: shattered ,;.andIt.,1; *.,probable tha"' ,,h Kodol' '0tJY'. EarlyeiUsors' DADE COUNTY STATE BANK:; I Palms Corner,
the war office InslsU that the situation will hear the evidence In the case at DyspepsiaCure ".

). 1l1 1 p!.' lmcha! 'zge4. tl au,..*rly data. i Dla.*U,what you .at..'t 5 5 Tho famous little plH.> .pest; Palm Beach,. Flay Open day.and night. .

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., :,.1, :1//'. Tom Bowline and .Jack Hunter were (Original. r h: oZZn tl Tb Local'Time Card No. 59. In Effect Jan. 30, 1905.

Ij ;'' : i flahermen and friends till that mont Not the martIal music, dree parada, $ Uirginia ,

i .'..affiVm frequent of all disturber of men's guard mounting, Indeed, any or all thsfascinating $ e IOUTH.80UND-aUD DOWN. NOg H-ROUND"READ UP.' ti''.
I;;; attendants of military life, ; PALM BEACH ,
WEST FLORIDABeautifully Nicely situated nn
about
) : ; : ) friendships woman-brought a can relieve'the tedium that come overa f CI"wath."UU8 lII..ta No.:ii .Ne. 7. saga e.ee ii
} coolness between them. :Nevertheless No. 6S No SI No.r1
hflP aTATION5s
: Located Daily
oa theLake Dally Dally Dally
; remote post when the Inmate bare Dally' "
\10. Dally I
.aeb Dally _
palm $ Florida Dally ,
I.;: ; they were Joint owners In their boats f{ Front>, commanding a
.
once seen enough of one another. Bo "' i' G'7 nyUl..Ar. no p 740 F .00 a a618p {;.
; i'6'P LV..J..U :880:
,
:; 1< Fine) Vlewllot the Royal --- 606 100 a .
nets and other
fishing paraphernalia
!
thought pretty Mr*. Gessnor.the young 3o08a ........SO.JaelulonyIU..x.y. 753p "
,i, P and still fished together t I'olncluna and Lake Worth e "lit 110 1110. 001- .........Augustine! ........... IIIIU p 940 p 100 s 110 a. \
v. wife of Lieutenant Earl Gesanor and 11 II ... ... U6 '48a. '
All Modern Conveniences ... ,V,t8 11611& ........u.lla.ttnga. b p
,, r One afternoon they were out on the when It was announced that her hn.- Cuisine Guaranteed P IUUp p COOP JUOp .0. ....:aa.'h..ttta.l-: .7a '18a.
.V "
,. ocean in a small fishing beat, a yawl, band'i chum at West Point was coming First-Class ''--- 1011II a AI'.Pa\&tk..........L", 440 ,.op .11II a
I. 111811
1 .,' (; when a black cloud rising against the to Join them she was greatly No Titbft'cntosiffbtients Rates'': 1086 V 46p p lMp II U40.'II 990. .......... ......... SMp 616p .00 $ _1665 ,'".-.'

_ ,. t', i9\ u, for the pleated. -1 "' Impfins
wind admonished them to pull Taken $10 and $12 amp JiiP" Ar.,418enMateo.Lv atop
d 760e lade
I-'i11 l !, ;,: l shore. Each had been thinking!: during For a week after White's arrival! ....e..e.....e..ee...>.e..e..e..e 5005 Lv..henelaleo.A 7US p 100p _
I he and his friend Geusnor were Inseparable Per WeekOPENNOYEMBER --1-----: .....Neoga..e..Lv. 4Mp
!' \ the day that the other Vas trying to ... 1548p Ly.. ...
I' .......... 'III
t i ; then Gesanor was ordered lOOP ... ........Bunn..U. P
F"I
I 'I,tr//' supplant him in the affection of Georgia tile .. :.w.Do7wnl.. ..t........ {17p
I 1 Y and alone In away on a special duty to be gone >4>4>N 4>N 4>4>4>4> II, 1110 a ..:.......1IoteIOrmona....". aso P
> ,f f yl Conley, they pulled several weeks. He told White that hi* : IB,. 1004 1'M' p''' 11110 a ............Ormond............. 1110 II .110 P 110 5 4655'I
': ;I' *; sullen silence. ; '1811 p .18J .4..p. 1111II. .. ....... Daytona............ 6S8 p 6101[' I-lI8a ,M 5 y1
t. asked wife, who was city bred, found It dull to p ice ........port Or&De.! ......... 597 P I,6l8a
\ { "What y goln' to do tonight at the post and charged him: to keep Mrs: A. L; HAUQtl, Prop amp P IlIoop ..........Ne"Smyrn.. ....., 9tp I.P. lees 4166559p
I !li i l i'+' Bowline presently of his companion."Goln' rcfhp IMp ..a.......,Oak Hill..,......... J... r
her In ..., .. ..... 166 l' Sill .
spirits. .
I: 'd \. ', to see Georgia. OOOOOOCMQottago 1806 "Op 591>> p 1\1l111p ......."...Tltunlll. ..., 114 P p Ip iU'' 11111 :
his ..u..0oeoa..a.
White began by acceding: to JIIII 41r9 p
i .t > $ "You've chosen an unfortunlt time. i a .. RookleJge..e P i
p7I! ,(' I to friend's request, but soon discovered 115 p id .......Rockledge H..tel........ : P 'O'II.J. I
She and I agreed that waa come 1120 P
.., being carried P 114 ..........,"au Gsllle..i..' l, p lilt p 1011I i i66tl
Ges .111
Mrs.
that nor was sea g
P P
?, c'r\ round this evonln and take her over to ; A large, home-like Hotel well ap .1iX!> P
,'\ off her feet In a mad passion for him. : pointed and beautlfullyloeatedgiv-; : 11 P P ..... .....Bt-tlan.' ........... 1
'.t.' ,;' Sarah Robbing' hauteur his .IllS ....,...8t. ............. e ,
';.1''f l'' t, "I've got a note from her In my pock Reserve, even on part: ing the comforts without the oost of 14Up P llOp ..:.......Fort P/eroe...........1080 s 1 lOll P seep 11116811. pens
''ii"v', ; to call this even availed nothing to check her. To avoid j' the more expensive on.... Situated on Brigga. 1111p P ..............TlbbAl............. IIi: a ass 11fVA
tor
; ; et appolntln' me trouble be'' secured an order temporarily Lake Worth,, ''opposite the" Royal i P ..............RI"................. a SIC P
i 11l j'IJ ,', Hunter. 'The tone In which ear a 818 P
; In', replied 70ep) ............ .Jeneen..r. .
,, ('t1 had become more acrid. taking him away from the post Foluclana Hotel White waltremies.Elortrlo ,: :MRS H. E.BRIQUS. Proprietress 714 P ..............8\uarD............ pM a ''Ill P
1 ; they spoke bulls Good ... ... sue 5 P
be rode horse nehing, bunting 7117 ... ,Ilobe
One on P
'. ii 4 ; The only; other sounds* about them morning away and boating Rates" i S3.BO and'8.0O : Bvernla AtrmtV9 : 4 '111&p West Jupiter......... Slil a 718 P

,.t, ,,1.t''' :" were the oars In the rowlock and a horse back. and Mrs.rode Gessnor after him called to bring for him her J 2 per day. Special rates by the week.Palms. ..' Palm D.aab( ta"lda, I: Milia S'Op deep\ 590p 1l00p Ar..WestPalm Lv..1'elmBeaeh.: .B.aoh..1... ....... 815a 800a 1010'0.10lllla' IUOp 09Sp: 010p 045p14la ,

".:1 4 \ light swish of following waves againa I I. 100a 515p gap 6S1p .......W"Htl'&I... e""b..Ar" 7406 I60a lOIiP
i '. : back. Whether her recklessness had sale ............ ........ .Lv 719 a
{ '{ the stern of the boat Presently Bowline 'fhe ; : : Situated Near Lake Worth .Delray. ..,
become to her and 1000p ............. 0.. ....: 70'11 a 6809
Ji'l'' ?I'' again broke silence. suddenly apparent I. \ lone P ........Ft. Lauderdale. ........ 111. 464 P
I:'.\ "I toil you what Jack It isn't fair to she feared bis absence might attract t West Palm Ucech.,Florida! \ \ : A SELECT WINTER HOME 11 Oil P ........... all..ndal.. ."""..", Ii III a 5479C80a

''J''f, ,. ,, Georgia for us two to be pesterin' herat attention to her folly or whether she ...NN.NeeNNN..N..J I" HOT AND COLD HATES .. >> ii50p ii40p 780p A;.::;.......LoomonOlt'.w..6\111a.., \ ....._....J.v: 6905 S00a 540p 71.6
,'; f :, '\\ once. It might end in her marryln' could not endure his 111 opinion; she (. I

'l i '. nobody She needs to marry for her did''not know herself. She waa .shooting ( MO CONSUMPTIVES TAKKNWSOLBBOMB .. Buffet Pnrlor CII... on tralbBIII!,811.'18 and\\lit and Duft.Sl..eplng Cal'.VD .....in. I/IJ and 9e
l 11'1 ri' ,r l' like a shuttle from one' emotion ......................*.** : !BOMB COOKINGOUDaJ000CdU ',.,""p"n Ja'kdanYlile and Miami.' l'arlor Oars oa trains allll.O between S' 1 father is gettin' old, and the loss of the ..L New$1'1'11" _
}' } Pelican took bin aavin'a'for a whole. to another. 00

1 Ytdi!4;+j',' /'' A lifetime. It would be better tor her If There was at the post a Mrs. Major : qAo o ith gtona : : ".'O IpENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE lAND ST. AUGUSTINE
looked .
+ Walsh, who had long known and '
Ii- \ ,\ ; one of us left the other out here In the
_ Lieutenant White with covetous 4543.INO.n. o.17' ...-.,..... Na IS"No.
upon ,
: : ocean some time. That would settle IJ" 1'10.' 21t N..1St f/a ut Ma"t Dally
Dally H&II1'
,;'t her." eyes. It so happened that on the mornIng A. B.0. METCALHB Proprietress a BoardingDeMlrable .. h OUN D. Dally Dally Dally' Daily _Dally 'h. Mea. 1Mo.. Daily Dally Ea. Mee.Iackeonvllle800Ar946AK .

')\t ',i"" j "Tonight Is as good! a time as any." of White's departure Mrs. Walsh .. .. ". I000A1I1916PK" ; I 110PN' rn;; 5001. 806 P" B96Pa pair;

,} i "Reckon since y're so chipper about was being driven by aa orderly in a : WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA : 't.Augmtinc 50OAll 1046aa 1110) 110" 1110. $86551 .00.. tllli I'll tIIII: a.10IlO rKNa

i' h ? It I'm the to be left"7r buckboard on the road be had taken, people who wish a pleaaant 380" .
you expect one N.. I" fIe.zt N5 .. .14 Na 30t 17It Na i4
place to top at while In Went Palm ZIt fIe.at It
1\ and she suddenly came him plead
+ ; upon Daily Daily
t "Beckon be If what N. BOUND Dslly "
: you'll yon mean all the Beautiful location
r : : Open year. : Dally Dally DaIl1' Dally Dall1'.v
'I ,l"' tug with Mrs. Gessnor, who sat In the Beach will !find "MINARET COTTAGE." Dally Dally E .. E:. Sua. Ex. Sea '

:t" 4 yon say. saddle Irresolute. That threw the winning : on Lake Worth. Bright cheer : Lon Olive Street between Evernla and t.Auj"tine 000780;: A. 760AII B2OAa Il IOAK114OAK1510PK e1oea 990 Pai PMr
t I "U you expect anything unfair from Fern, lout such" a place, Nice, clean rJackaonv '00 All IUOAII 860AII tIII8A. UIJO..li140.. 110. flora 780. 7.0"
cards Into the band of Mrs. ful rooms and wide verandas.. Special iTr..ln
t me you're mistaken. I'll take no advantage : : 'rooms, neatly furnished t comfortable
;'.' Walsh. Conscious of her advantage composed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra seat fare will be ehargwL'lny j'
'." I f of you. : rat"'a for the.ea ou. : bed I good wholesome food | VERY Douche operated. on If.e..eralno on which no extra or pant fare is charged" .
'txi i' won't let you. Besides, you're In she was In no haste. She waited until moderate prices are the recommnndatlone. .

.,,if''$ y 1"I stern with your back to me. I Oeesnor had returned and White had eee....................... Only limited number of room. ha 39. ST. AUOUSTILI8! AND N. eo N.. 15 PALx BEACI\ AND MIAML No. U I I

1., i1i! I, GOuld brain you with my oar before I returned, then opened a distressing fire erscan be accommodated. Table boarda 'ally NEW SMYIIJIIA. Daily Dally -Lallyt0

..4 1 1. i ? j' you could say Jack Robinson." on White. specialty P Lv..8k Augustine..Ar. 110041. 11.6.. Lv..Breakers..Ar 1110... 'I
P "Ton wouldn't do that. You ain't White was no tooL Moreover be hada O --- Q <'MRS. FRANK DARLING lU pLy. .....East 1'al..tka..L... 1010A. .60 All LY...W.., Palm Beftoh..AT. 656 Pr
I ? ....OrmOnd..Lv. stems,10O6Ae,, Ly..Lantan..Lv. 616Pr.up
pAr.
,.k',': .,' mean enough. Besides, you'd likely cool: head. The problem before him Ar....,.....Daytona.Lv 7&IIA. 11 0&A. Ly..F'', l..ud..rdal..Lv. flr...
': 1 yak.! I, come to grief when my body was found was to save Mrs. Gees nor from the consequences \ ho Qarmcm \ oJ P Ar..N" 8myrne...... Lr, 110A. 11116A. Ar...... ..Mlaml..Lor. Slim
; P of her rashness, himself from
J
with skull stove In.
at my N. 11 fie. I8 Na J N. I fie. J Na 4
.I == Sun
I the charge of taking advantage of a .iduy MAYPORT BIIANCII DRANOt! CITY BItANCII
i "Well made the
since you've proposition D&II
{ ; J)nllp Dally Daily Dally Dally
,: : 1'<; I, why don't yon stand up turnabout brother officer through his wife and to f West Palm Beach, Florida fa I .1L.!! -.2.l.! : .
1 f' the friendship existing: between arI Jottdge e.a 4e.6pLv. Jack.onvUle-AI'. 880. 400 P 400p tllDa Ly:Nllw SmYl'na Ar Ibop7BOp
: save
( and the one that can knock the I I 40 a Ii 14 P Lv. Pablo B."h..Ly" 7 110 a H iO P .4. P 10 21a LY. Lake Helen Lv.2 459k 110 P
A A winter resort that will A
other overboard pulls In and has a free himself and Gee nor. This problem he please you ( 46 a 619 I' LY AUentIO Beach Ly 7 f' a Hili P 1110 P 10111I.. Ly. Orange City Lv 19 51p16! IN p
t' (j; K 11' Id" considered for hours and It seemed to \ Near Lake Worth and centrally loca- \ WEST PALM BEACH PLA.Alaulet n'n 611II p Ar..l1.'port..Ly. 780 a HOOp 100 P to des AI'. Orange City Jo.. 12 BOp 6 IIIt p

II"" "f,0 .Y l'' Hunter spoke with such manifest inability him that every move he might make J ted. All modern t Jelly: Daily II N.. 11r.
I. home HOMESTEAD! EXTENSION. 'SANI'ORD BRANCIL
,select family Hotel with ,
'
;'f. it to conceal his rising choler that must be In the wrong direction.: How ( > : i ii uo. Ea. Sse _Daily Dallyso

j. i Bowline feared to remain longer as b* ever, he formed a plan and Nt about AddroseMRS. com .. a Lf ...... .Mlamt..Ar. lOOp II 80. L....... Tltu8yIU.......;.Ar, 1990 P
:(,,: '' was He rose and that called Hunter putting It Into operation. He convinced i I .Improyementlo."I"I i :: Pleasant location adjoining CityPark : 4' a Ar.......Ar..1Iomolte&d..Lv. 1111I p tloo e r....'.....Sanford.Lv, JOOO a
Walsh that be not In love I : (
{ \ to his .feet. The two stood glaring, Mr* was ( (

,;,,1 each threatening the other with an up with her rival, but was in love with i West :'.: and faring] on Lake Worth. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. flfi
Cool comfortable rooms, with good
ti is difficult for to believe
her. It not us
; ill la i// lifted oar; then, moved by a mutual Impulse e. .-- --- I
I \ 'p they began to fence with their what we want to believe and the ::. table service. use Connectlos: Made at Miami with'Steamships of'the P. & 0. S. S. Company For
". #i' first part of the proposition was as trueas
;,. Improvised lances. But they bad fought
IDA B. HAYS. Proprietress
r only a few minutes when the wind the latter part was false. Mrs. Geasmuch" :. JASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
nor waa liked "bj the ladle of . . i
I//:! struck them on the quarter and had I

'I r"" they not Instantly sat down they the poet and was above suspicion, while These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expeoted to arrive and departguaranteed
L '+ would have been obliged to continue: Mrs. Walsh was neither liked nor trust- lID the several stations but their arrival or departure. toe times elated Is not
i< Conmercial 1 Hotel .r does the>oompanr]hold ItaeU responsible for any'delay or any consequence arising there- I
So far
ed. so good.
r t6 struggle, If at all. In the water. I FOWLER BROS. & KING rom.
But White could not long be devotedto
I ", There was enough in the common dent '
4 ger to Induce them to drop their quarrel the latter. He must find means at and CafeC. for Cops of tho LOCAL TIME CAM or OtKoir Information }

''i ',. till they could get ashore. Seising! once to spike the gun with which she MACHINE SHOP "SEE THE TICKET AOENT." ?

I their oars, they pulled lustily drifting: would kill Mrs. GeMDot1'bere wa I
_ GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
also In bin In Mrs. Oess J. D. BtAHNCR. AMI. Gon'L!'....Atfu ST.
with the beach. The an enemy rear AUGUSTINE; FLA.
nearly parallel W.
Schmjd, Proprietor \L\ KINDS LATHE and HAPER WORK
who despite her perilous position, f
shore curved toward them, and after nor ,
: awhile they came near enough to make could not bear to see the man sbe GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR

A; an attempt to beach their boat. WatchIng adored devoted to her enemy. He had JEFFERSON BLOCK SALE i i'SouthettoRailway

t their opportunity they pulled la on two women to manage, both of whom

the crest of a wave Jumped into the were In love with him and either of Near Ferry Landing Lake Front, ? !

r water and succeeded in running the whom was liable to commit berthed WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA !

q 1 boat up out of reach of the next wave. to injure the other. ,j

_ There Is something uniting!: in danger One night the officers of the post got }

kf t past and there Is something destructive up a masquerade. It wa in the warm EFFECTIVE JANUARY u. 1908 '

of hot blood in cold water. A* soon as season and there was to be dancing on Atlantic Coast LineTHE

,,. they were safe and had rested from the the pared a* well a* In the officers' Three Peattbule Trait. E..t l North and Welt No 13 No.1.;::: "
hall. The weather' superb
struggle Bowline said: mess was Iv J.ckllOnylle..".. 8011.) I IS>> 90p tI Sea 755I. \>.. Lv keonv IIe, Fie,.,.8o Ry 7 4Sp S OOa ..
"We've made asses of ourselves, and the moon at the fnlL No fancy costumes GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA ." e"up.............., 80 Ry >S> WI' II 54" ID 40P.. Lv ]eamp, Ga.... .,.,. So Ry l0 3e. II 5 ca. .
could be procured at an army Lv Savanaah.a...... 80 Ky 4.111', T Sop I. 158.. Ar Mecon, Os .... ......So Ky no. 40p. .,",
Jack. CONNECTIONS--- -- Ar ColuD.bl.,.......", Ijo Ky lIllip: 611SP 6........ Ar Atlanta, On ......... ..So Ry so. S sop u..,
r FI, "8o we have." post> far from civilisation! so the ladies Ar Ch.TloUe...... ..... 80 Ky J rna 10 ol p 9 S58.. Ar Nome, 0 ...,, ,. ?eo ky S' Sue S OSp ,,. ,
made a number dominos of To Ar Oreenaboro ..... 80 Ry ,a Eta: 12 sUa n Sip.. Ar Dalton, Ga ,. ,,, ,Bo Ry h ss. yoop ,
"It would be much more sensible to different color up which were to b* used The Over its own rails to :Savannah AT Danville ........ .. tIC R 8 6a 105" s top:" Ar Chattanooga, T ......So Ry y 45. r0.96p ._..
4 leave Georgia to make her own decision. East+ Ar Lexington, Ky.Q C e a.r 8 4.a ....
r i ." instead. Charleston, Richmond and Washington Ar lllobmood.?.......:........ 80 R1' 6 Sea 64ap.:: Ar ClndnSaHOhio,,,... A C L 4.2l 7 66a.__.,,,, 4 ,

J, "Ot course It would." During the festivities Lieutenant thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Ar Lynchburg ...,..80 Ry 834" 4 .pp?. Lv Ar Chicago Cinciuuati,111., Ohio..,.,. ;.BI Blg Fours 6 car 4 tl30 auvJ.a ,,,,
"Suppose we walk back up the beach Gessnor noticed a masculine figure In via All Rails Ar Charlotte.vUle .:.110 Kv Tins a t lOp.. 4v inc i Ohlo Pa ne 6 JS ;

,a ;' to her house, go In and submit our a yellow domino and a feminine. figureIn y Ar Washington,.. .8o Ry .016. 9 17.1. bop. Arehiee o ......... Lie.. ion b ..,, ,
r a red domino go out into the open. Ar Bftl'lmore..1' R It 1130. II : :96p.. v ,nc uust to ..,.., ,
lp } ease to her. AT Weet ASpi a '
I'blladelphl.I'RR 145p
r
I ? The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery 3Sa. Ar Chicago, 111 ,,... C It A D 6 66
{ 1 "A good idea. At the same time a figure in a' whit West ; AI' New York. .........1. n J It 416 4 30. CCinciaueU '
L h
Ohio
D
8 .
9 4W
y r, t With one accord they started to walk domino slipped: up beside Qeoanor and The :Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery 'Nell.34.-"N.."York sod Florida 8xpres.' Dally Ar Toted o Ohio ..C B A D S se. S 9npJ ,, ",
Ar Uetrolt, Mich,,,,,,,,,,, PM
;, I three miles to the cottage where tile whispered, "Watch the red. Pullman Drawlng-RoomSleeplnlC.Car Tampa use t ,.
: { bone of contention lived. Oessnor followed the couple out on to and .ck..vlll. to New York. l-.Cloclnpet ArPiteburg8Palm Oh o..L ne.ea Slop eua'

"I'm treating you fair. ;Jack" said the veranda and on to the parade To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship. Company, for New NO.50..W..hIDlton and Florida LImite. C'incinn.ti, OhiaBlg Four Sop 5 aoa ,,.
Bowline. "I tell you as a friend yon There[ they danoed in a set that wa* The East t York. Philadelphia Boston. Daily Pullman Drawing' Room Sleeping 0 0r Cleveland, Ohio..Dig aJ S oo I,,,,

$ ain't got a ghost of a chance. She hud forming! as they arrived after which ( Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Balti Jacksonville/ to New York. L.Ar LouisviUe,Ky,.., ..6ORy Bogy I 3o IOa ? ..
Ky. b seal......
more.
? roP "
1' her picture taken the other day, and they strolled about, getting farther and Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Cora NO.31-"Southeru'. Palm Llml'e"" Veeti ArSI Louis.,,., eoR a. 1 bop

"' '' this morning she gave me one." farther' from the maaquerader till they via steamship I for Baltimore and Philadelphia. bul.menq tralD.CIabCempo.I:Pullman n.Observatton Drawing Room and Cohlp.r Ar Aa Istoa,Ala.,...,. 9o Ry 5 4ih. y065 .,, ;:0
papy
reached" of tree back of the :; : Dining Ar Birmingham Ala .So Ry 11 460 6 pia ., ,,.
j' He opened his pocketbook and took clump tiara between St. Augustine. Jacksonville .and Ar Memphis Tenn. ,,,.Frl.co S osp I .1
officers' and sat down a New York. Ar K.ns.sCit : %% 1 1Thl'Ourrh
kn out a photograph. quarters on Ho.FM.co V 405
TO KEY WEST
il: 4, Bunter produced Its duplicate. rustic bench. via Peninsular & Occidentaland Memphis, Tene .,.w.,.."? B
1'' ; "H'm said Bowline.. "TbatTs singular Though the couple wore fat shadow "T"e LIIad 01 the ,"' 3D ...... p g y .,,...". ,....,

I'll' OMsuor could them plainly: from a HAVANA: : Steamship Company r scluoaviUe,8o Ky -::::-:- No. 13 "The Florida Limited," Daily, Solid
7
,; was growing dark when they: start Ustance. Suddenly he saw the man .....D".h.O..80 Ry I. asp I ._..... man Vestibule train, through dst ce.ehea and PullLv -
.. .. ..... sleeptog cars Jacksonville to ioclnnaU.
8.C .
Columbia. ..
.SoSY .
_
boa
""c ed, and It was soon dark a* pltfth. take the woman In his arm* and raise SOMETHING NEW Ar Aehvtlle.11. C."........ ,....*30 K) I SOP ..." ,
r 1 They marched on In enlace till they her mask for a kits. Infnrtxted.. Grssa- Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000'miles of among tae prmcip: Ar Hot 8prlnrr.1: N.C.......... 1l1' 57P ;.... ..; .II-PullmaD trawlnlf ROOm SlapIngCar
came upon a cottage nestling from thAt nor rushed forward, tore off the wom railroads in the Southern I States:: are on sale by the principal agents. Ar KDoxvllle, A.eoD.......... 80 Ry 6 DOl' .......? between Jacksonville, nrmingham: AI"mphiB
...... .....
ArLouisville..r y s ......... and Kanaas0liy.;
:' wind and the wave behind a dona. an's mask end 1'8"I'etI1ed-alra.: Major: Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to'New York, via Atlantic Coast Line. Ar lIt Louie.... .........n....,.80 Ry 4 Slip sea ...
41 r" Had they not been familiar with the Walsh.GUfinor. Frank C. B ijrleston. Commercial Agent W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger Ar, c.loclnnattl: Ohio......... Q A. C S aSa J::...: No. 'Chloago and Florida IIplal'' Solid i
k;
Agent 138 West B..tr-eet. Astor Building, Jacksonville, Pla. H. M. Emerson 'utibule tram, ullmm
*
4 +, locality they would not have seen their declining. to look Into the) Traffic Mana er, W. J. Craig, General Passenger Agent Wilmington, N. C. Bull'et No. 3O-DallJ'8leepiDIC.Car PUllm.n'DrBwlalfROOID; between Jacksonville and and between St. Augu.tine. Jaekpn.ille Dra"lnl. ttoom. Clnoln.Ours I J'ClnolnnaU.
way to It. Suddenly' It was revealedto identity of the man turned on his bed ; i l. nail, (,,111C&IIO,OI..I.n4, Detroit and 8&. Loul. .

';, them as 41stinctly a* at midday by and left them. -. ,nI

t ''r a vivid flash of lightning. Such was the result of Lieutenant Excellent DIning OAr 8ervlce' .,

_ Them wa another revelation White's plot. He bad learned the color .

r ', that neither had looked for-a rerelation ef Mrs. Walsh's domino, then instructed From New York,Washington ARRJVAl.a.ete.-N.AT. JACK80NVItut"W..hlntrton end;Florida limited"
thnt neither Thereon Mrs. Oessnor to ten her husband Vrorn N..w York ..to.-No 31 9:00": m.
ever forgot. J York Wauhagton Palm. 11m,,,,.. jl'40: Po m
k ,, ., ? the little porch In a hammock: : that she would wear a red one herself Vinci From" New Cincinnati Ashville eta--Ns.. eto..No 29.:aw' "Wabin blolflon .nd gton Florida.nd "'Iorld.Ilmlted i,;", r. 9e.; 'a'.'mFromChaptoUtnctnaaUOhattanoogqAU5u ........ m.

swung from opposite corners sat two but to put on a white one instead. It J Prom ncln..U. Atlanta elu-No. ... "ttlorlda :n
( E beings so close together that even the was Mrs. Oessnor who bad whispered Are mire Indications of some form of stomach aoetO.No.1I, ''Uhloago-Florida; ; tlp"OIAI 9taS p.mJ.
biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will
light of electricity could show IntervaL he words in her hnsband' i trouble [. C. LUSK Dist. Pass. s,
no ear. They next overtake j vua> Don't risk it, and i above all. Agent, 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fie
Ito They were Georgia Conley and lad compromised :her enemy and rescued ,\, 'doa't take)calomel: orosfAwfulfleadacbfS q,011nlboth are dangerous: W. H. p. A. i
4y ; a young matt in a blue serge Jacket her from peril / \ S.HHARDWICKPT.; M. 'SSSSS.

;m I i and white duck trou.... Whether it The next day White at ids own request ,\ HERBINE : BROOKS A. Q. P. A.

r r 1, was that their lips net at the moment received an order from the commandant. '....l".".. I

'; l' of the flash or kept a continued tor"report at Washington where he t

1 1 ? meeting certainly they met and the was assigned/ to duty. Both Mrs. baa ab their virtues-nono of their I

r rivals were distinctly aware of it. 3essnor and Mrs. Walsh bore an unblemished deadly effects. HCRBINE takea D. W. FENT0N
regularly will forestall headaches,put & ee.
"Beckon we'd better go about Jack. reputation so far aa Lieutenant ''
'thedigestive organs la perfect condition ..... ... .
.
"No more beating up against this White was concerned, bat the head oft bUloasneaa, headaches ...." .J/{---- -- -". '

h1 wind for either of us, Tom." garrison was surprised at Mrs. Walsh's t UTOI Ills, keep :you In good health.1 r Undertakers

D Tom Bowline and Jack Banter went departure lOOn after White' going, / TY IT TO-DAY. ; andEmbalmors t

down the beach arm in arm. They are for San Francisco where her husband J BOoSkDotu*. All D.........' 1'.1' "" '" ... ; J

; '4' partner in fishing to this day '''and afterward Joined,her, reporting for do -j: '

dc "j both are bachelors. ty at a post near by.MA4. "" _

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THE TROPICAL STTN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: SATURDAY, MARCH 11. 1005 PAGE FIVE ;Ll\ .u

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l STRIKE STILL TIES I SEEKING IMMIGRANTS.:; Japanese Fishermen Arrested rrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrr'y'y

4 M MATTEOF HEALTHIw (jeelal Railroad Agents Want To Bring Manila, March: 6.-The custom otII' .rrmm.nrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

Them South, I' :fiviafe hav arrested three Japeuese
UP CARS Atlanta, March 9.-H. H. Holleman. fishermen in con t1on with the plot

OY4lj NEWJfORK special agent of the industrial department prepared here to sink the British CREX "

I n of the Southern Pacific, with steamer Carlisle now at anchor In. thin 1

More Cars Are Operated: Than headquarters at Houston, Tex, was an :port. They have been, placed on .
Atlanta viatlor, who reached here Wed: : board the Carlisle The Japanese 7 a

On Previous Day. nesday morning on a, mission of great, consul here is assisting In the effort ., I ,,

Importance and interest to the entire now being made to clear up th mystery .. v .
1 1i J south Mr. Holleman made a call which surrounded the affairs. .
lj SURFACE CAR REAP A HARVESTIt upon Governor Terrell, his first: duty
I
upon his arrival and this was for the
Is Now .a Fight to the Finish -The of the of Wisconsin and
purpose of. securing the preae n.ce' Prisons In Japan. : From Plains Minnesota ;

Strikers Urging the Engineers': and the chief executive at Galveston fora \ Prisons In Japan resemble large country -
monster meeting of representative houses with and Springs spontaneous growth '
;i Firemen of the many outbuildings
Power House to t9i3v
, men from all parts of the southland do not, either'' in the solidity or detailsof it sti+ r. of exquisitely colored round
ARI NPOWDER Join Their Ral'lk.. held, for the purpose of bringing, the their construction wear a peniten- I
IlL/4i! ; Krass, from which has been
many great advantages of the entire The food C
:, tiary aspect. prisoners get .
New York, March 9.-With the k of iIul 'sa .b
,: iI ; created the marvel of modern
south for the making of homes before In proportion to their conduct and !Industry. ti
opening of the third day of the Inter"*
the people of the north Those who do not behave : commerce familiarly Known as
borough tralnsmen's strike, there appeared Mrs Holleman was', also :particularto will''get a cake of rice which must last 1 '
to be a marked Improvement Oil "Crrx Grass Products. This
AbstilutelyPurod' state that he was: not here In .tha them seven days. For the deserving it
; the operations of trains la the sub Interest of the Southern Pacific, but is' the radon for but four fays and v s''y wonderful grans-tbe world's !1 1s:4

JAS IQ SUDSTITJJE way. Otherwise, little change. was rather as a commissioner of the great they get with It also a Httle horsemeat 111 Ji i H most beautiful harvest-grows
i noted. Traffic on the east sIde Elevated and potato or pea sauce. Tbe
s. I convention to be held In Galveston, from vegetable soil
lines Second and Third avenue, 'April 21. To,this convention will, be ,labor Is compulsory, but not severe, :. + a purely
,was almost at a ata.nd. tJll. In fact; Invited some 200 newspaper men from and'the prisoner gets part of his earnings that produces nothing else

no trains whatever were operated during ajl} parts of the north. These men though It amounts to little. The '1f :it save tbe pretty wild flowers ,

w i' BAD! WRECK AT BREMEN. GA. the. eaujy hour on the Second avenue ,will be the guests of the city of Gal- discipline is military, and serving a +;a 1 1 Elljly-t'r. that enliven the aspect of 'tt
it' line, while on- the Third avenue veston, that citY' havIng already raisedan term In prison does not Impose an Indelible ..
'; 1 I;rraln Running. at High Speed Jumps, line where an attempt was. madeto amount sufficient to asaure"the'vie- stigma. Systematic efforts 0.1'8' ripening grain and testify to

i'Ii'', Track and Several Injured resume the service, something went itors the best kind of a Texas time. made to improve the prisoners. All the the pure and, wholesome life

w'J .,;. Bremen, GA.? March, 9w While, running ,wrong; ,and.for;: half.anhour at.a time youths' under, nineteen years pass two ,7/ of this prairie country.
hours each to school. Even when
")i | at a speed of between 85 and 40 no trains passed a given point. Brokerage Firm suspends. day :
\\J. |inile an hour the northbound Cen.ta.1 .- Quite a number of trains were In New. York March 9. fl, not be released till a' surety Is found The nature of the soil-
', ,.| of Georgia train jumped the track operation in the Sixth avenue line oJ of the brokerage firm of O. T. '
for their subsequent good behavior.; r:
Uast night a couple of hunared rude the West Side system, but at times Simpson & Co., members of the Consolidated freed from all :mineral SUh&taDces--makes the grass wholly fibre another q
{ Till this Is provided they must remain .
1' I below the station at this potnt, and there' were long delays and the platforms .Stock Exchange was announced In prison and may' do so for Indefinite word for'adaptibility to the many methods 'of manufacture and very long t
'foiled down an embankment. uptown were crowded.On on ttx' eexchange today. Raynor God '
periods. wear. Practically it Is Indestructible by wear 'i
; A score of persons were cruised and the surface lines the jam that iwyn manager of the: firm said that _
I[Injured, only those In the :first-class has prevailed morning and night since 'the liabilities were about $110,000, I..dlal Maxim.. Being wholly'fibre it is a sanitary product'and moth will not attackit.

jfooach escaping with light injuries. r Monday' was in evidence Conditione with nominal assets of $16,000. The It, Is quite an Interesting thing to .
;'( Those most severely hurt were Bagv'gagemaaters 'wags quite favorable to the com pay in company ,had an uptown office and learn that some of our best known Furniture in Ml designs.Art / ,- r
'(. Cox and Lawson. the subway toward which their greatest most'of its customers were womel!. proverbs and mottoes were originally .
Lord" a traveling man from' Savan- efforts were aimed. Trains were used In connection with sundials.' Before Squares'6x9: 8xio: 9x12.:

nah Ga.Henry, moving four,to eight minutes apart on Aged Mother Superior Dead. the days of watches and clocks, t
if"',:" W. Taylor, a soldier sta- that system before the express traIn. Chicago, March fl.=The ReT, when dials and sun marks were among' Rugs In all sizes:

.finned with the United States troops were started., The system was well!] Mother! Mary Agnes superior general the' rude means of reckoning time It
:- 'tit. Key West Fla. patronized, but passengers manifested of the congregation of ,St. Agnes, is was a prevailing/ custom to Inscribe 4

G. W. Sanders, a member of the a disposition to avoid the first and last dead at Pays, Kana., after aa illness ol them M. E. GRUBER.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,
(,Seventh cavalry, U. S. A., stationed one year. She founded the order In Among the maxims traceable to this .
;', at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. cars.Heavy guards are being maintained 1870 at Fond du Lac, Was Mother source are, "Make hay whUe the sun
j Agnes also the of shines" "The longest day must end" ,
Two was founder
\ negro women were very deeperi'ately about the power houses to prevent any
Leo House, in New 'York which is and "All things do wax and wane."
p I) : injured, and may die. The others attempt on the part: of the strikersto a .
Sundials spoke the truth as may be
home for immigrants.
.re 'doing fairly well.
reach the engineers, and firemen ,
11 Inferred from a historic one which was .
#I 'OFFICER. It has been, decided by the strikers' Encampments for Regiments placed oa St. Paul's cross, In London,
1 ATTEMPT TO executive committee to ask the courts Birmingham Ala., March 6.-The indications and which proclaimed "I number none .T..T.T...... ? y.yyyy.e Trim rn.rrnrrrrrrrrrrr.

for an Injunction compelling the Inter. ani that. there will be no general but sunny hours." This no one will
More Trouble Expected In the Feud borough, management to restore emergency encampment of Alabama troops doubt who has had occasion to consulta SUMMER HOTEL CHICACO
District of entucky. brake cords and other safet this' season. The tendency among dial on an overcast day.A .
Louisville, Ky., March! 9.A special appliances alleged to Jllj.vabeen removed the different military organizations otto famous dial in Sussex England = -

i [from Jackson, Ky., says from many cars when the state Is for each regiment to from bore four famous mottoes applicable to = DELtA Pt RDO
"Aluch excitement has been caused strike was declared. In event of t'company's mer Ina different city. The artillery the flight of time and the brevity of HOTELi

..:Here by the attempt late last night to failure to restore these appliances and the cavalry: win most likelygo life. They were as follows: "After E
[assassinate beputy Sheriff Hiram Cen the strikers declared they to MotoUe. Anniston, Montgomeryand / darkness light" "Alas, how swlftr"I High-Class!; Family and Transient Hotel.
tare. Centers stepped out of a resItaiurant warn whilst I move" and "So passes Located between Wnnhlnston .and ModlHou Avenues fronting on tde Midway hl
will
In bid foe
would ask the city authorities to inter Birmingham: : : put Boulevard adjourning the Chicago UnlTf r lty.

I"the. courthouse.and started When In the he direction reached of fere also. While General Manager the several regiments.Mr. life Another old sundial spoke petulantly a. Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People, t r rs
? Halley states that 50 old men have (returned S. Uchlda. Japanese consul general about the same subject In the words E from $30 to $40 per Week.
1 (the corner an unknown man stepped up :
their work the strike leaders
,
to
at New York, has receive $504. "
r' I behind him and threw a weight at him, "Sirrah be gone about ;your business. Twelve minute. from down town via llllnolH Central Railway
; him declare not a man has deserted. the amount raised try the Japaneee0tn All trains stop at fi.'ird !St.! .. to which baggage: should be checked, It
p J striking below the shoulder, During the night the ranks of the
Ootomfbia
|breaking two or his ribs and inflicting strike breakers were increased by 15( whHb veceortly gave aa el1 M't6b1tm.e.a.t '. = Proprietor = l l.AALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Risers
( On:: Early
Internal Injuries;
n men who were taken under guard to for the benefit of the families oi the AAAAAAAAA :
The .blOw 'knocked him to'Eis.knees AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPrinting
The famous little pills.
car barns lit ""harlem.ConsIderable 1KJ6cttoe. _. sallow killed in the war.
|and in this position he drew his pistol sickness is reported

land fired in the direction of the re- among the men sheltered In the barns.

,1, I [treating. .figure, but without result. A hospital physician who was calledIn To Consumers Only : i THE
..3x11. Q.est TROPICAL SUN
F
Centers Is an efficient officer and has the night to attend Frank Wltten-

tihfY {always'' been regarded as an adherent burg, of Philadelphia, found his suf. "Remember you will getyour: money<<. back if :not Pleased." O Job
[of the Hj&rglses.U.l feting from epilepsy. After treating Department '

f Wlttenburg, who he thought would We have been selling the very best Block Butter made in the world ---- -- ---- "

.i [FAVORABLE REPORT ON TREATY soon recover, the physician asserted "DIAMOND X" brand-below the wholesale market price all the season.

1 gPrt' 'I that among the 600 men in the barn Every new customer WAS u sure convert to "Diamond X." We bave sold

Senate! Committee on Foreign Relations at least 50 pere in need pf medical at Four ThousArd Five Hundred Pounds of this Butter in the last Sixty Days.
Agree on a Treaty tendance. They were, he said, suffering .
"4. k Washington March 9.\The senate from diseased throats fevers, The wholesale price in Jacksonville Is 3Go" per lb. in case lots. We have \

.'on foreign relations today agreed to colds and grip. Five Hundred Pounds in stock which we will sell to consumers only. At 35c

r ;, report favorably the San Domingo Interest now centers in the.proposed per lb. block; 3 blocks for $1.00; not more than 3 IDS. at one time.

j [| treaty as amended. The vote was on effort 'to cause a sympathetic walk out 1.4&' Ibll of Sugar $1 00 Fresh Cottolene lie a pound ,
se party lines) every Republican voting: of engineers and :firemen at all the
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tor the treaty and every Democrat voting power houses in this city. Armour's Star Ham Ion a pound ,in pails from 2 to 10 pounds,
against It. All members of the Samuel Gompers, president of the
!',,committee were present and the vote Federation of Labor, John Mitchell, Armour's Breakfast Bacon 15c a Royal Baking Powder 40c pound cans

fl stood president of the United, MlMne Work Lard 80 a pound Corn and Roast Beef liB pound cans
1 For treaty -Cullom, Frye, Lodge era of ,America, and vice'president of ,, '
4 4i dark (Wyo.), Foraker. Sponer and the Am jean Federation of. Labor West Palm Beach has a flop grave yard but we are not going to be ,r'bi' tiaNcb

y'+ l Kean. Thomas J. Kldd" also a vice-president buried in it, are you? y y

Money Against, dark the treaty(Mont.. Morgan and fifclnerny.q Bacon,. of.and the William American D. Mahon.Federation president of Labor oi, Pay us your Cash for Groceries and Climb) Out of That Hole.

There is one vacancy on the committee the International Amalgamated \Asso EWe will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar spent for Groceries.
caused by the election of Senator elation of Electric- and Street Railway Respectfully

: Fairbanks, to the vice presidency. Employee," met at the Clarendon hotel '.aiF+ F w wTn
'r today and adjourned to the headquar.ters THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. r -

.SO Louisville Will Handle Tobacco. of the American Federation of Labor By II. J. BURKHARDT

,, : Louisville, Ky., March 9.-An.: evea for a conference. '* Mr. Mitchell Acro ; The Lake.

,, tag paper says that It U announced and Mr. Gompers are members of the .
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that arrangements have been conclud national Civic Federation.
ed for handling the tobacco crop of .
district In the Louisville } -Weekly Sailings Between
'L the) Owensboro : Negro Fugitive Captured.' ,
market. There Is no contract Montgomery' Ala., March 9.-Archie
', farmers and the Louisville JACKSONVILLE ** NEW YORKCalling
between the Lumpkln the negro} ferryman, The Beach Glob
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Tobacco Warehouse company to alleged .to' have shot T. C. Little a at dtarleaton 9.C., both wayi.
1' that end but .a deal ,has been made prominent white farmer of Talassee, THE FIHEST STEAMSHIPS IN 'TIttJ COASTWISE SERVICE a
whlcb (INCORPORATED) _
with Owensboro jehaodlers has been captured by SherIff Bobbins,
P tobacco dried! and THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES
means that the of JJlmore county. The negro' I is now ,
prized in Owensboro will be ultimately la jail. at Wetumpka. The shooting Restawlantr Direct Service Betweei.

'hipped to this market for sale. The occurred (Monday.; It is said that the JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, )i
rehandlers .agr e to:;ta-ko the tobacco ,negro Lad some words'with Mr Little ,. AND AW,EASTERN POINTS. <,
i from the farmers, making certain advances and ex.Sheriff,,Ban :McCoy, of Elmore, tic Calling it Charleston both w.Y"i i{
a per pound. who desired to be transported across 8KMI.VTKCKL.T SAILINGS. f.
Southbound From Lewis' Wharf Boston
the river in I the negro's ferry, when Breakfast Iicmcheon Dinnet rAT ,
Fire Visit Georgia Town. the negro pulled his gun and shot Mr Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville ; ,

Fort Gaines March 9.-11ui ton. Little Is said not to be
Little; Mr. ALL HOURS; '
Ga., has! been visited ,by another do- seriously injured. CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

trueffve 41re. burning the store house ; :Between Jacksonville and 3anford. {,

and stock of W. B. Hattaway. Loss Iron ,Works Strike Settled. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beraslord (DeLand) and ?
IVI y $8,000: insurance $2ZOO. The livery Chicago, March 9.-The strike- M Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River
8 stable of Sapders & Coaefcmanffl ]loss, the Republic Iron and. Steel mills at Special Orders Received for Parties "City: of Jacksonville"
$2,000 insurance $500. W. T. Green, West Chicago has been settled and 1 of Three or Here Steamers

cotton warehouse, no Insurance. The 1A00men wll go back to work today.A "Fred'k DeBarv"Are : :

are originated In' Sanders and Coach compromise .agreement'was made by appolat to sail M follow*!-Leave Jacksonville, dally except Saturday at (tree: p. m
man's livery stable. Total.losses lathe arbitration. The men were defeated Returning .. Sanford dully except Bandar at 9:110: a. m. d;

two :fires thisweek. in BJufftoa, In their efforts to secure a raise of a
Coathbound Sohedul NorthboundRead
will reach the total ot $30.000. cent and a half an hour in wages Open To Members Only Read down --. np.

+ but succeeded! In getting the old seven SEASON OF Lea.v. J 30 pm. ..... ............... .. .JACKSONVILLE ... ..... ..............Arrive t no am f
Woman Not In the Case. < scale back. I 1905 .. 45 pm.,.......... .... ".,. .......PAIATKA.. ....... ........... .... .......]>a*.l oopn 1,
haU hour
March 9.-In a report and J ooam .......>...... ....*-..a.......... ASTOR ........... ...... S jopta t
l Seville Ga., } M 4 30 am...................,.... ... .tt. FRANCIS.......... ...... ........... 1 oopm
from the shooting afray in,whlch Jim Heavy Rainfall In Texas. -, .... ................BKr.KSFORD (DLe1D). ... ..:.... .. ... i oopm
Worsham shot down W. C. Hamilton, Houston 'Tex.,,March 9.-A terrific Anirafjoam.. ....... .?.............. .....SANFORD .............. ... ............ 9 jo am
it wag alleged that the tragedy grew rain fell over northeast and. east Texts 10 00 am..................................._.ENTERPRISE-............ .."........: w.. .. 10 OO an

'out'of the former's attentions to Ham. and considerable damage was done CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida General Pass'enger.and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleF.
ilton's wWe. It Is now said by those ra': the washing, / away of bridges and ,

who are in a position to know that fences. Farmers' will' lose time but udd Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs. W.b. COOPER. M. IRONMONUEK, Jr. prelYh1As0.Jr. Aaa'l Oen'l!'...Aft m: Weal May. S,*, .U.. *.'\. LOVKLLeapt' .. i
the trouble arose over some misunderstanding crops are not Injured. Trains are Foot of Hocan Street JaeKMifvllle.A.O. Piori.tS 1
and that Mrs. Hamilton wan badly delayed as slow orders have ,Mall Orden Receive Cartful Attention. HAGBRTTG.nnHiui!: ">. i'aM.A ..New -,0111.. CLYD&l !> SenT Frt Ail'&.N. T '
VKKO D. KOBK: WM a'. "CX.WM U)O.
{ ji<>\ con cted: in the matter in any way been Issued on all roads. Five Inchesof Jeffer&on Block WEST PALM BEACH'I General Manager; UeneralAgante: ,1
I) wfiatsoeven\ rats fell In',lee* DMA. three hour Cbewbronih BuUdla W State Street New.forkMILNB

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It* .', PARAGRAPHS MATTERS OFLOCAL DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROW .&:&v-3arr cra:Jt ?*&a : :Pc

'\ ;' Regular services at the Baptist I ,

;r i ''i ,) PURELY PERSONAL INTEREST church as follows: Sunday-school, at F THE" .',r .
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;A ; ; People HS They Come and Go.- Condensed News Paragraphs Per- 11 a. m. and i 7 p. m., children's meet-

r.\ //1 j\\ ;, People Whom You Mayor taining: to West Palm Beach Ing every Sunday at 3 p. m., 'B. Y, P.; TROPICALREAL .:

,\\'f' May Not ''Know .- and Vicinity.Big U. every Sunday at-6:30: p. m. Prayer .
,Ij;: 1 meeting every Wednesday evening at : 4
1 k line of bed Gruber's.Fine 7 p. m. A cordial welcome Is extended
'h i, ; "? Mrs. S. E. Earman spent yesterday inMiami. spreads. .
to every; one to all of the services.
k4 I > line of hammocks at Gruber's.Finest .
i Regular services at the Congregationalchurch .4
Mr. and Mrs.Vallace R. Moses went S S.
r I display of candies In the city at and
tomorrow morning eveningat
to Miami Thursday to attend the County the
Majewakl Bakery. the usual hours, conducted by the
Fair. 1-
\$ Tomatoes in nearly all the markets are pastor, Rev. F W. Weatherwax. Mrs. <
,) t Mr. Joseph W. Sander went to Miami selling at from $3 50 to$5.00 per crate. Grace 'Cannavan will sing at the morn- .
Thursday to look In the ESTATEEXCHANGE
ti County
upon The Rid Jell Carnival Company will Ing service. '
Fair.
ri j inflict Daytona with their presence next Usual services will be held at the .
1 Mrs. A. L. Haugh: spent Wednesday week. West Palm Beach breatheda
,1, people Methodist church tomorrow morning and '
1.; In Miami taking In the opening exercisesof long sigh of relief when the '
S aggregation evening, at ll and 7:30: o'clock, conducted -
;:. a the County Fair. pulled out of this city.A. by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Henry Ilice.I I i .

tf 'Mr. and Mrs. Guy I, Metcalf are in Kaufmann, the artist and musicianof The public cordially invited. iThis' \ : offers,
I Slt j Miami, where they went yesterday to .
West Palm Beach, and who will short- Services at Holy Trinity Sundays, "
I ''V.f I attend the County FairS ly move here, is expected In the city ina Celebration 7 a. m., morning prayer .

: 4 Mrs. R.Moore,of West Palm Bench, few days, to complete the arrangements and sermon, 11 a. m.; evening prayer "
: + yv !is visiting Miami and is a guest of the for the erection of a building fora
and sermon, 7:15: p. m.: Sunday-school
E Biscayne.MlamiRecordWeduesday.Mayor studio.-Miami Record Wednesday.Mr. Several Choice
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I 9:30: a. :'1 \ George G. Carrie spent yesterday B.J.Seymour, of Hastings, a well- Celebration Holy Days, 9 a. m.
", ia. Miami, looking after the West known newspaper man, who is now the
k Palm Beach contingent to the County representative of the New York Fruit and i At the Episcopal Church Bethesda-, tri"
: i Produce News by-the-Sea there will be morning prayer
t Fair. spent several bourn the
i on Sunday, at II o'clock, and sermon"by sLake
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Green and their city Wednesday. Mr.' Seymour, was en
'I' Rev. Charles Temple. The steamboat IJ! Front Residences in West Palm BeachResidenceand
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Feroe route to Miami and other points south in
t' guests Thursday In l\Iiaulilooklng in on;spent the the interest of his journal.Rev. Palm Beach will leave the wharf of the Hotel sites and Winter Homes at Palm Beach, north of Royal Poinci&na. grounds-Beautiful
Hotel Royal Poinciana at 10:30: for the Lake Front Lots in full view of East Side hotel grounds and cottages-Furnished -and Unfurnished '.
County Fair. L. Fits-James Klndry,'rector of I.
church, returnIng after service. Houses in West Palm Beach.
r'1' I Mrs. J. E. Mosteller returned home Trinity Church, St. Augustine formerly ,
;\ ,, a last night from Jensen, where she has rector of tbe Church of BethesdabytheSea "Sermon by the DevlL" Sea it- ':
ib been spending three weeks very pleasantly has been appointed chaplain of the read it. At laner-s. Wf These bargains are well worth investigationby

'4, with relatives and friends. First. Regiment, Florida State Troops,
( any prospective[ buyers' property on either side of Lake Worth. !OI
Mrs. R. E. Crutcbfield returned home with the rank of captain, his commissionto For Sale, To Rent. Boardlng.Furnlsh- :1

1. Thursday night/ from fat. Augustine, date from Feb. 20 last. ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at Office first door north of Dade County State Bank.veek .
ai i where she had been spending several Mrs. Robert E. Crntchfield, of West The Tropical Sun office.

t Y months with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Palm Beach, who has been visiting her ..
If ,, L. Brown. daughter, Mrs. Harry L. Brown, for the $ :
f' i Finest line of candles at the Ma-
k, Mrs. George B. Baker, wife of Capt past two months, left for home this Jewskl
bakery.
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,'' George B. Baker, President' of the West morning, being accompanied as far as
'J 1 Palm Beach City Council, came down Palatka by her sister, Mrs. R. H. Higgins : and BARGAINSin

t with her family yesterday, to spend the Sr., of New York City, who has Working Night Day. THE MODEL PHARMACYHas
I I /, entire Fair term-MiamtRecordThurs.. also been enjoying life at St. Augustinea The busiest and mightiest little thing
day. couple of Weeks.-St. Augustine Record that ever was made !is Dr. King's New REAL ESTATEPalm .
settled down to business for 1905. "!"
Thursday. Life
)f Pills. These pills change weak-
; Mrs. C. C. Chilllnnworth and her little
ness into strength, listlessness into Beach Residence Lot-Two miles
daughter Marguerita, of West Palm For the 'steenth time there was not a north of Poinciana for sale at a bargain. Entering the new year we
4 :Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Horton, quorum at the Board of Trade rooms on energy, brain-fag into mental power.They're Pineapple Plantation and Residencefortyfive

of Cleveland, Ohio, West Palm Beach Wednesday evening, and no business wonderful in building up the acres, on canal, near Jupiter, ten Mean P
winter residents, went down Thursday ,was transacted. It is to be hoped that health. Only 25o per box. Sold by all acres shedded pines, first-class 9-room to do our best _
:'' morning to see the Fair. with the close of the tourist treason the druggists. house, windmill, tank, piping, for sale On "
very cheap for cash. Apply to all occasions,to keep on hand :' .
}l r G Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Feroe and daugh. the business men of the city will again "
9 } ter Mildre, of Tivoli, N. Y., who have!! take an active interest in the work of Prettiest line of office stationery, WALLACE R. MOSES, Due '' a
4''v ,', been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. building up the city. There is much business cards, etc., ever seen,In city. West Palm Beach. supply of Perfumes, Soaps,. ...I(, ,

5S5's Green for the past two weeks, leave for organization could accomplish if the The Tropical Sun. ''j 1 1 Eeu "
de and other articles
Cologne
i St. Augustine tonight, and after upending members would come together and "get School desk and inks, and The Realty Mortgage Company of ,
supplies West Palm Beach, Fla., has an Abund- ; '
'k few in the Ancient will busy. f
a days City
5 blank books, at Idner's. ance of funds to loan farmers. n9tf Likely to please our.. customers
fi proceed to their Northern home.
Fine line of latest style visiting
fti, After a ten weeks' visit in West Palm cards 'and J latest In letters, at The I -
Beach, Samuel Baird and sisters, Mrs. Tropical Sun. Call and see samples. Peep in on our new and "v.

_ hS Jane Brumbaugh fend Mrs. Amanda
,i 'I s Drayer,left Friday for her home in Hamilton Handsome display of Anl-ROOM 5

_ (:i 1\ Ohio. They will make stops at {-1S'ftt1iS & Epps Accessories 5
.,t.. ,I'' n St. Augustine; Jacksonville, Atlanta and & see what adds '
.::1:' + Chattanooga on their homeward jour. Get Lane ...
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/ HIGH-GRADE Real
comfort' lavatories
;< ney. While in the Cottage City they V
I, ; made their home at Minaret Cottage. to do your I .
1\c; Mixing '
J" When you buy bread, why not have Men's Furnishings & Shoes Drugs is Scientifically done" .tn,y

,t"'f : ''C ) the 'best The splendid reputation Gas Engine At h''' ,'
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!I i' MajewskI's bread is making for Itself ., tout Store where delicious Ice -- 'i/

,, V;: s '' is due to tho care taken In baking. It > Repairing CREAM from Famous BILTMORE..
la always the best; Ita quality can not
i' ..i 5 be excelled. Try It. I I Sole Agents for this City for the following You
!, !'\ may have served_ to you
4s 4 1 --- Strong Lines of MerchandiseShoes
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i i Furniture Lose for MenThe ,

Vii'I''' i Until Fifty : Banister"; Shoe, 93.00: and $0.00

}S S u t S You c5 ;" L The "Crossett" Shoe: ,fa, $4 and f 5 West Palm Beacfr}

i' i iM s Bee Per The Hamilton Brown" Shoe, $2 to $4


+ ,:-l': I' ?' Catalogue Our Cent Shoes for Women Town Lots.

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41 Prompt Us flatues flats from .$200, up,
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,I f Look at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet. 71 inches high,43 wide, installments, on reasonable time accord'f''
"' With plain oak back,only'19.75. With mirror back, I 10x36 and 4 8136 will ,
i''lr Y; cost $1.75 each extra This is a rare bargain. Send me the cash today and I will ing to.price of lot. i,
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I Our Shoes are at HomeIn For plats and full Information apply to r
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a Agent Florida. East Coast Railway Land Department., l ,i
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