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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 15, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
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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 )
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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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TOURIST SEASON CIRCUIT' COURT -'THE PRIMARY. LAW GRAND JURY THINKS,


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Some Heavy. Sentences Imposed State Democratic Committee i

f i':' NEARI1\TGITS\ CLOSEd .i'' on LawBreakersThe Consider it LAW IS VIOLATED

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.,, Circuit Court"0>?? Dade County was ''That some change will be recemtnend-
I'tIi opened"'this mornlng Judge Minor S. ed in the primary law by the State Executive -

:, one of the most successful seaseus patrons been turned away from beer Jones'and resumed work for the second.- Committee seems'very,lIkel ''from '. ,The following ia the presentment of 'whose duty itIs 'to pass upon the application 1

Lathe history tof 1 Palm''Beach- ene lack; of' room, muchto, there|:,disappoint week of the session. t he been fact that meeting Chairman'Duncan tif the committee .. the Grand Jury returned to'Judge Minor ''e for reduction of bond.once'fiK'Id.' II
7be civil case of the Miami Transfer baa called by *
that has far surpassed, in sense of ment. S.Jones in the Circuit Court: t to, have careful investigation made that
I every ''Several' tlmea' tbe' bverfiok>> +from the Comp n, v... C..V. MCCrimmoiihicb; Fletcher for, Marcha3| to'consider* report

the, word, all previous records-it is evident big hotels has filled all the smaller onesand"boardinghouse.'sa :was under consideration before the court .of,,the tub-committee: appointed for'To 'the Hon. ?Inor S. Jones, Judge of I*n imposition'Is not'practiced'upon them

that the closing scenes are'near at I well, and..in last week'',was postponed until Tuesday, that, purpose:; the Circuit Court In,, and for Dade I to.the iojury the' good order:of oar

]find.'- Probably' another week or ten ; many instances private residents have March at."The'eases'"dlspoaed. The meeting will tike': place at the County State of Florida: .;county: and the escape of violators of the !
of this morningwere Everett Hotel, in Jacksonville.The law. 'This matter has been
been '
jlnduced to' give shelter to the
days-will practically' the laat of the We, the'grand j jurors: sworn and ..eryc bay
Northern visitor. all criminal. 'formal call issued by the chairman c aented"t& ns In a case betore"Ont
Inc at this the spring term of Dade County
,
tourists for the season of 1904-5. I 'The' conditions 'that have' prevailedthis The first was that of Benjamin Coke- follower wherein''aa old man' is alleged to have r t4
Circuit Court,; belt to submit this our
.IThe'1mUlelllMt '''crowds that have filled .winter'call for 'more') preparation ley a negro, charged: with the murder "Secretary's office,'Lake- City, Fla., general presentment lt: ': 1 been robbed on the !highway: the daytime

to overflowing the hotels of the East Side ,i for the, greater umber of people who of Rosa Roberts alsd colored Cokeley March" II, '1905: -Dear' 'Sir A special -We have diligently examined' all 'mat: I and over $50'taken from hlm.' The

(and West, also)), will have departed forcooler will ,be here next.season. Already provision withdrew the plea of .not guilty and .entered meeting; 'of the' members ,of, the State ters coming before us and have returned ,'party was, arrested And bound over Under

places, and the hustle and bustlef Is being made for the coming Influx a plea of guilt, after which he was Democratic! Committee is called to meet indictment in cases where the facts'warranted "a bond of$zoon. The bond waa reduced,

hat has characterized their presence will to a limited extent; but something sentenced by the court to life imprison In Jacksonville, at the Everett Hotel, on such action I''on application to one of the Court.Com
on our
tiave1 disappeared and things Quieted I on a larger' scale ..' demanded.- If the ment In the State'penitentiary. ; Thursday, March 33, at 10 a.m.. for the have, by special committees part'We made missioners, to |4no. which was if..eb.and ,
,;
down to the normal summer conditions. I projects that .are talked.of* materialize, Cokeley Is the' negro who, last ,b to. purpose of:hearing the report of. a com: such examinations of the several >thai I defendant fled ,tL. county'and 'i.'
county
'The season just closed has been an i there will be no lack of.accommodations: her shot bia!concubine' to death One mittee appointed to prepare and recommend offices an d books as our time'would 'his bond of $400 la being estreated. >. ,
per.
4inuana"seiaon.; The leading hostelries among the, .maller''private boardinghouses :- night: while she was asleep iri bed and changes In the primary electionlaw mit,'and attach hereto the report of such Facts are presented to oar body showIng -

have been taxed to their utmost to fur. and these wilt help to solve tbe then turned the pistol upon himself. to consider >same and take.-such committees that some of the Justices of the Peaceare

t filth accommodations.the vut'army problem that is facing ns. In all The woman was' killed, instantly and<< action in 'reference thereto aa may be [No report appears of County Super'Inten.dent '. trying parties''' charged with selling t,

: of tourists who have sought rest, recreation ability the next thirty days will prob'l Coketey came near ending'his own life, considered advisable. I of Public Instruction as he liquor without licenses and other charges u

and comfort ..' this sunuy'section oil? somal''facta' along this line as he shot himself Iii the breast( and lay '"It is desired that the full committee was out of the city.J beyond their. jurisdiction. The,Grand

of Florida. :Repeatedly) have would-be now dormant I in''a precarious condition for's'very'' l longtime be present: Very truly yours, Jury concludes that such Justices have
I .. *) "D. U. FLJtTCHltw., Chairman. We beg to call the Court's attention to not intended to Violate tbe law.-but we i

F i The heft C&ae'waa'that'' 'Ed Carter,' "HBRBSR.T L.: DODGE Secretary,.," the violation of the law against carrying feel that It Is a dangerous practice and,

;, MATTERS OF PARAGRAPHS rl"': colored, charged with" breaking and en. The committee appointed to .recom concealed weapons.. We further find that should not be practiced.We .
law.Is in cases where violators of this law have would like to call attention of the
tering. His case went to a jury and resulted mend changes in' the primary as
LOC INTEREST: PURELY PERSONAL In a conviction and sentence' of] follows: Prom the' First Congressional been arrested that even In cases of conviction County Commissioners to,the condition,

five years In the State penitentiary. District, J. M Young, of Iuverneaa;-Wm. the penalty provided by law has of. the county road leading the Alla-

Pertaining Robert John, also color d,wu tried bya Hocker, of Ocala, and L., 11:. Dozier. of not been enforced. We are advised that pattah school house; also to the danger-!
Condensed News Paragraphs People AS They; Come and Go--
la cases of conviction the law declares condition
J jury for assault'with'intent to kill. He Leesburg. From the Second Congressional oas of the bridges on this road,
to West Palm Beach People Whom You May or was convicted and sentenced to ten yearsin District, Charles D. Tuten*. of that the person convicted shall be pun. and auk that steps be taken to put same

and Vicinity.The Hay Not Know. the penitentiary. Jasper; W. W. Farmer, of Yulee, and Uhed, If by fine, by payment of sot less in good condition; also the'road'south i

: of From than '100. The law was evidently Intended of Cutler leading to the Homestead
A venire of 'six jurors was drawn' last D.'' XJ.' Fletcher, Jacksonville coun
'. great and glorious "Riviera" has Both the senior and junior members ofthe weebi from-the body of the county to the Third Congressional District, Charles to prevent the dangeroui habit try.We

\-. ,suspended publication for the present. firm of G. W. Idner & Son\are\ the serve during this week. They were as E. Davis, of Madison; E. A. Crawford, carrying concealed weapons; but the are Informed that the county road
r victims of an attack of la grippe this W. T. of law is worthless unless enforced. We leading from Cocoanut Grove to Cutler t'
Miss Bertha Armour, of Jupiter, is fallows: J.: A. Poles, W. M. Hill, C. H. of Midway, and Hendry, Perry.
further Informed that the law is be.
are
: week. R difer. W H. Spencer, A. W. Cromar- Chairman Hetcher la a member of the leads through: private lands to which no
Spending few with her friend,
days
a Messrs. W. A. Spencer and C.-H. Red- tie and A.M. Lopez. committee by resolution adopted by the lag avoided by fining the guilty personf right; of way has been obtained or plats
of this city. "
Mrs. F. A. Rowley,
and then and We
too remitting $JO $
7$ recorded of
We would ask that
six drawn to- State Committee. same.
ifer are in Miami, in attendance upon "A special venire of was
Red Men will dance in feel it our duty to call the attention of the '
Tbe give a the Circuit Court as petit jurors this day who ace yet to be summoned.-Miami County Commissioners' attention be +
Zapf's. Opera-House on Friday night week. Metropolis, Monday. 'Fiber water coolors at Grnber'aa the Court to this matter, and urge upon called to the facts and proper records
sort of a St. Patrick's" celebration. ?\ the,officers 1 of the county the fearless made. ,

Mr. C. -B. Kendall editor and manager enforcement this law. We '
beg to extend to Honor and
the items contained in,the : your j
a'''q' frivei Among'and harbor bill recently passed by of 'The'Tropicat Sun, has been suffering Railway Bulletin Order.A Honorary Party, We find that incases of serious viola. the' acting State's' Attorney Mr. W. T*.
this week from an attack of la tion1 of the 'criminal laws of the State Palmer thanks for -
,
and
appreciated courtesies
Last evening a large very pretty i'r
Congress we notice one of $.zoooo for the matter la which the !general pubes
grippe. and where the parties have been, arrested extended our body during alt., j''
: improvement of the Indian river between will be interested Is the following amend? party was given at ,the residence of Dr. our
,, Goat creek and Jupiter Inlet. Messrs,'W. E. Sackett and A. S.: Chad- W. Broadwell Fetn street. and bound over for examination by tbe ting and now, having finished our duties ,
Florida Compel s and Mrs. on '
ed rule of the Railway !
bourne were In the city yesterday from Grand Jury. 'and placed under proper we beg to be discharged.
in honor of tile Misses
occasion
Among the legal: papers filed In the West Palm Beach.-Miami Metropolis, don, which was made at a recent t eet- The was Ohio and 'sufficient bond by Justices making ADAM COKBLL Foreman.F ''t
of doctor and his wife. Invitations a
nieces the
I A deed,from the Model Land Company "6. It shall be the duty of any railroad are Charged with Crime have succeeded Attached to the presentment were the
to. Elizabeth C..Vsss. for lot 7, block 8.'Weak Rev. Henry like, who has been suffering operating in the State of Florida to keepa were extended to ,a large number In applying to Court Commissioners and reports 'of the various committees appointed
from the effects of a severe con- and the response
Palm Beach; consideration, $335. bulletin of sufficient size at every open of ;young people getting 'such bonds'' reduced, and then from the Grand Jury to'make '
gestivechillwhich he had some ten like the Invited knowing !
Lou which has been used telegraph: station,long its''' line, where was magic, oues : tbe parties have fled and forfeited theirbonds' certain examinations of county books r
The Lad Is "
able be
days ago, tq out once more. nil well what was in store.There were
such train Is scheduled to atop, on which offices
between this city jail, etc. ;
i for excursion purposes Mr.G, J. Williams of Savannah, Ga., some forty or be the schedule time The facts 'to convince One .
s'1' and Riviera, made her last trip for theeason shall plainly posted presented us us committee reported that the office .s,
yesterday. After a clean up a who has been spending a few weeks at of arrival of all its passenger trains; and glorious; evening( was spent' The occasion that such defendants got a reduction in of Tax Assessor Is in need of' aa assist
Bartow and In West Palm" Beach will was one continuous round b' glee,
will with her on a cruise to the when.any passenger train on any auch the amounted their bond with-the pur- ant, and recommends: that such help be
go instrumentalandvocal
party leave here for other points of interest railroad shall be behind the schedule consisting' cf games, to, forfeit such bond and also 4
Florida Keys.Counterfeit. pose .escape given; that an extension of 30 days
and l
music whatever else that really
th, /week. time more than thirty minutes;.It shall trial. We call the attention of the Courtto be granted the Assessor: to straighten
l silver' dollars, are said to' Mr. A. R. Beanjon after a serious 111- be the duty of Said railroad to promptly goes to make up-a good time. Duringthe this matter and urge upon the officers out his books

Cr. / be' in circulation In the south end of the eat of several: y., is able to be about bulletin and keep polted..alnery! such evening-' sumptuous refreshments

.' State.They are a clever Imitation < and has returned his duties at the man telegraph iltation' along Us line in wets served and pronounced by all participants :

\ can be detected by their slippery feelioV[ ; ager's office of tbe East Coast Electric open the direction In which said train Is going : ''just lovely." The gathering palm Beach Diamond Mrs. Gordon for Postmistress. -

and slight loss of ring so pronounced in Lights Power:and Ice Company.S. the time such' train Is behind the schedule wilt certainly prove 'a'aot' bright :'An amusing incident is related by one The friends of Mrs. Gordon, wife of '
recollection in the lives of the .
the genuine. Uchidi, the Japanese Consul-Gen lime; held.young of 'the ..winter visitors 'at Minaret Cot the .late Gen'.- John'' B. Gordon,'will'be
The street improvement force Is at eral at New York accompanied by S. ""Such.'notice .of ,late trains shall be ladies la whose honor it was tage: Curing a recent stroll over to and interested to learn that it is highly probable t

work on Rosemary street, and that Shugai,his :secretary;were passengers bulletined not !less than half an hoar be- I, along the 'ocean beach .the gentleman that she will be made fostmistresa

,; thoroughfare will sooa ,be finished. on the south-bound train tp Miami yes- fouthe>ached: le time of arrival of said 'Gymnasium for the Girl.. and his wife were enjoying: 'themselvesand at'Atlanta. f

Itm street will then receive attention,, tetday. The consul I. on a visit to the train-- passengers acting upon thisInformation' will passing: tbe. time very' pleasantlythe 'The toatterof her appointment,'according ,
:
Athletic Club asocial
Girls' give
', and with Us completion1 >the work oi Japanese colony at Boca: Raton. will do so at their own risk. The auditorium gentleman in watching the bathers to advices from Washington is being ,

street building' will practically be. at an Mrs. Joseph Beatnsr mother of Mrs.. ,. ,'.'A. copy of this. rule printed ,I In large : In March the school. Refreshments house win be and the lady in searching for eyeatonea, considered.by President Roosevelt)

flin..cz.CT<<1 Constantine; of, .thl. Jelty, died at ber type shall ,be postediat-the top ot, the served.Friday, At the 17.booths the-giria will be that carious, little formation which Is The Atlanta office is the most Important f '

..Y lbeark' of removing the oil and home In Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday e"'en' bulletin board at all open telegraph sta dressed like the people who make the frequently\ found on the beach. While In'the South, with the exception'of' t ,

gasoline tanks of,the Standard Oil:Cam', ing. March 14.' 'The sad newi came like tions.." things which-.the' girls will\ sell There thus engaged a nicely-gowned lady approached New Orleans,'and h> some particulars

p Is progressing favorably and they, of The, observation ,of, this new, rule by and,.noticing the first excels New, Orleans principally the
pany a_flash..out. .a clear,sky, and Mrs. .Constantine wilt be a gypsy. in i her> tent-to 'en'your lady so
..t wlll'soon': b*:In position' on their; hew( la almost heartbroken and overe the railway companies will'do say with and I..5I&n0 sell her beautiful Intensely Interested -turning and ex- amount of mall matter handled. The ;
fortune
location, on the west side of the rail with grief. the oft-repeated complaint of people that work, !:, to an youVThe: : Spanish -and anting tbe sand, inquired of:; the.gentleman annual Income of the New Orleans office '

j toad,near the big gate of the freight t A"'very* pleasant home' wedding-- was they win-get no Informatlouconcerntng" : Mexican girls will sell their fancy: ?"What is. that lady looking fort'! ,,however Is the largest,

depot. ? hat which waa solemnized last Sunday, trains) other tban that contained in the work., everyone should you help the girls, :Withia t -.twinkle in. his' eye f'aid seeing :.Mrs.,Gordon;is now wjtb( her sons. on r
afloat time tablet the greatest complaint. beingIn the Gordon farm, near Biscavne.
"several rumors .h aa'Opportunity'for'a'good joke,and not
There were the Contracting parties"being Mr. Samuel as the proceeds will go toward furnishing
week that ,three business changes- Vad T. Smoak and Miss Rosa Spratt, both regard to belated trains: or fitting np a gynaslnm. wishing'! to allow such td slip by, the'Retttletnatf -
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f taken.' place_ln ttU.cit,..., Those mentioned of this city Rev. henry Rice officiated. A circular was issued and copies sent very"'promptly' replied\ r "Dia Bicycles for rent at aa cents per hour>>!' at

were Ben H.poster, G. W. Idnei. The groom .is a prominent, well-liked to all railroad companies doing businessIn monds!"' The Jnqnirer Wa deeply'lu. So cents per hour after the first bon.
.
& Son and the''Barman 1t0 aM. In all 1 yonog railroad man, and the bride ia afavorite the State stating that the rule meant .Should .Be Abated. terested, and" her "face"took on one of R. B.Porter's Bicycle Store.Olive ItreetI Pry

three Instances the reports were contra among the young people of the exactly what It' said and that strict Bach 'day the car dog nuisance becomes those aurprilled'iook.that a1ways accompany ,

dieted/although the,properties are. I I't lathe city, obedience' would .be required. In cue more pronounced. There la scarce unexpected Information: She Was When yon'I want bread that: .i pore and +

market for pr POsal... Alt Interesting attraction to the many of neglect comply the Commission ly soy section of this City; that is exempt undoubtedly preparing for"'a series Of I wholesome, do not forget that the placeto

LIent.-Col. F. C, Brossler of tie Second winter sojourners in this city as well as Will. Impose a fine and .compel observance from it. Prowling'around by day In the questions when 'just' then the wife foyonsly find. .ft.. U at the,MajewiU..Bakery. ,
on the Eat Side, the immense ham o( the new ruling.' found t
Florida State Troops, hai.s ,was private grounds of the citizens and bark- sang only 'O,< I've another
r Regiment, Colonel to succeed ulerfaea'd shark, which was' captured/ lut It Is pleasing to note that the Florida ing and yelping,, at night Is an aunoyante one I. 1'w found another one!" "This Furniture. bargains t.ra.. r'1I"",
been promoted to. Saturday off Palm Beachv by'Pred C. East Coast Railway 'Company has acCepted ,tosay..the, t.aat. and the worthy was:too flinch for the'inquirer,'and she i- ._ij;--i-;, a i-\ )' '
cot Bradsbaw, retired ThU i reglniem t Whltoey.rof New York Mr.Wb&: tbtng'in' the' '
I the the amended rule and is furnlshInK'ib'e9emandeVl'Information City Marshal wilt be doing theentire hastened to convey the 'wonderful (news Ever> : priOting'line'taf; y
+ to which the Miami Rlfiei ney was accompanied on fishing' trip andall
is the one The'Troptoal SUB work'tfteMeuted :
,1 and 'of which number of Weal I by J6hn J. Kelley and Albert Tilt. Over i! In a moat community a blo.t ''dedfSed' fa..or if be to her leas fortunate tourist friends; what J In the 'very neatest'.'and latest ,

Palm belong.'Beach, tnen'! are'' members.'. three hours J were.consumed; ,'n Janding acceptable manner*. /: .. will rigidly enforce the' ,<.dog-law, ,ordinance probably.. 1UIled' 'at hel'credulity and style .C the art.
young
In the servictl the monster which was found to measure Plumbing that's guaranteed. ,Ornber' and tons abate the complalned-of wondered bow much of a stampede the"find"
Colonel has been
'The new nearly twenty feet In length from tip I
e nuisance. would create. A large stock: of baskets at Gtuber'e.;: j'fL'1
.: the State for sixteen years of nose to Up of tail. ,
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THE TROPICAL: S1TN., WEST PALM, DEACII, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARIIH\ IK.. ino.t Pr

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r y 'ii' THE TROPICAL SUN VENEZUELA MAY -lie Did Not Stop to -Think.-"-- ,

The amoflut of ouertry! people some i iUsefuIAti

11; Pioneer Paper ot Dud County, Florid. times l expend In mnkiUK o bad Matter y
Y, -_- worse Is illustrated THESIRKIN .
-- ccrs ---- -- --- ) by the story of a
--- -- HAVE REVOLUTION
PablUbed Every chance encounter! In n street car told
.1 Wednesday and Saturday to the World by a New York man.

v At WIST PALM aIAOH.DA9 OOUNTV. "1.0R104BUDICItlPTION f It was on u Broadway cat, and there ; Ie 1 1to

Claim. Filibustering Expeditions were few pusseugers. A man boarded .CO.DRE8SEIfJ f CI

? I a' PRICE ,:9.DO PER YEAR I. the car and sat down by Wyalde. His .
Are Being Organized. clothing was muddy and torn, and he
had a handkerchief wrapped(; round, one TO MEA the happy home is the Ice 't
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Tropical Sun Ptulishing han Comp'y
,r COLLECTING FUNDS IN GOTHAMIt "I I tho cream freezer. It Is used In i
CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager. guess am biggest fool !In t tm
ti
town he I
la Reported .. .. remarked.. .. I looked'Interest! I nllTIlUn i.ienrauuIInb ltlnIome/: of the many I Ir.
I that Haadauartera. of -.1-, -."..1_ _h" "nn.y ....u."",1. '
% Metered at the aa aecond-clapn ponu.fflc of matter.Wait Beach Filibuster Are In Philadelphia, "Soe that car four blocks/ ahead]? : onuco lulurY.dit'hes"tb/lt tickle r :(

: Well I ran a' block to overtake it and r. ,
Venezuela May Ask United States to I the conductor I palates. Every housewify
1 gave a dime. 1I<|handed I \
A GEOLOGICAL SURVEY NEEDED. Make an me nickel I' ,
Investigation. a which fell from : hand "
my {intrinsic
knows its
worth.A
Tbespreadoleducatiouisundoubtedly to the1 street 1 yelled for him to y_._ ___..._ 1
/ Washington> March 13.-The state the car. lie lid not do 'it and 1 Jump stop i Weres3Tour. Feet ., 4

+ ; the keynote of, the day in Flor- department has not yet been informed ed oft and lauded all spraddled -out like ;' : 'X"f

!j j ida. There ia one form of material of the reported' organization In Philadelphia an old saddle. See my clothes? Well Ever Tickled P White Mountain Freezersare
of A filibustering; expedition the Jump did It." / '
1. education which it is believed will be directed against Veneueuela. I asked the man if be the best, that be for \"" _
found the They will be, and lu a most pleas- ; can purchased anywhere money. .We. k<|'p
It has bad report. nickel. '
,i' worth millions of dollars to the pea from Its agents i t
ple of the State in the West Indie of m re or less "Oh, yes I found the nickel but ing.waya if ;you wear one of them and will be planned to show you one. ')

+ '1 irrespective of age, strength' towards the beginning; of a what good did it do me? I could not ,ODR SHOES I A valuable book of recipes with each freezer.HatdiettDaCamara ., :
? : and it can be procured at a comparative revolution against/ President Castro's overtake the car from which I had ;

: ;:', trifling cost. It Is the learning government but these were all traced' jumped, and so I boarded this car and CO"i i
gave the nickel to tho
to 'VenezuelAn refugee driven out conductor. So Hardware
; : ) of what lies under the surfaced! } ; ,: of their country by) Castrowho had my spoiled my clothes In Elk Soles ,

'., 'I ida. taken up their residence in some of niid risked'my neck just to find that ." Wholesale Retailers otIardware., ,""
r 'I' five cent piece and give it to the street
the or Rubber Soles
nearby West Indian
: Isalnds
Florida needs nothing than await'log : "
more
railway.
: r an opportunity to re-enter Venez 'West Palm Beach.?Florida \

:J /,' Ij she needs a geological( Her and Leather Soles
survey. uela under '
,}I cover of a revolutionary All the Tratnafera She Had*
1 people know practically nothing of uprising. The first Intimation that, this As a bevy of laughing girls rose to Idio___ itUltliIIAILUT'S-0 -.- .

t'. ;,, ; ;;. her mineral resources, and, of course, movement had found any reflex in tUnited' get off a street car'' the other day at a I In Color and
(I'I '; : States was the arrival in. thin point where transfers are given they any .
: ; .: no one els. does. Inquiries are constantly country several weeks ago of Senor were followed by a demure young woman Material 'and .

'I ,; being received from capitalists Andrea, who openly proclaimed himself who had been absorbed in a novel. ,
'+ the agent of a revolutionary' junta Just before she alighted she asked the AT DUE PRICES -o-o-o-o-o-o<>-0
t'' r? ,prospective new settlers and others conductor for a transfer, and he ,
having thinkIng
; headquarters at TJvlllemstadt, )' Went Palm Bench March 11, 1005 9
'ti, I relative to this matter and theI on the island of Curacao only forty all the girls were of one party gave Not Palm leach Prices., .J
her six, which she took
without]
i miles distant notIcing
reluctant from the coast of Venez
reply has to be
necessary : and held in her band as she stoodon
uela. The A
state
department tttok LIBERAL OFFER.
no 'THESIRKIN
i; "There has never been a geological rtntf/ f\t Senor AnriTan'a'. "4ta*>anyaa..., -......-the- --corner'.... ..,-_waiting._ for her cars-- the
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anl'v"v. ..n nnhn.1n .1... .....,. and although,, he is can.o .u BUy avuo'wf walking. 0
-- .H 01 .v. reported' have said When the reader got her car she,;took CO. ,
11y r ; TheonlymineralthatFlurldamineeis he was coming to Washington to ash a seat and was soon lost again in her \ \ ,
/the: aonthoroties' to allow the revolutionists novel. Then the conductor t '

\1 I'I phosphate,and that was discoveredby I a. tree hand he never made his appearance and she held out the slips. came He took up, Jefferson Block We are going to have a lot of PANCAKE FLOUR to' throw:; "

accident. It is certain that be- here so far' as is known. It them, counted them and then looked West Palm Beach, Florida away this Bummer/unless we dispose of It now. '

neath the surface of the State lie millions was presumed that 'foa was engaged 1 in around with a puzzled expression. \ *C Hi* T i i*'

t trying to collect funds In New York "Where are the others?" he asked. We stockt.4Jieavy for the winter, but for some reason,we did; ,
: of burled "
wealth which should and "Oh,
purchase arm'' his movements replied the young woman looking -
t Il be utilized in giving; employment to became a matter of great interest tothe" up a moment from her book "that'sall --- not sell as much as usual. -' It will not; keep over summer, and

i, labor and bringing prosperity to the Venezuelan representatlyea'' hereHowevet. be gave :me.-l'hlIadelphla Record. --. ---" sooner than throw it away loter.we will now, while it is sweet and ,

\. th yhav made no complaintto I Phnoaraph good sell ft to you for CENTS a package: ; This price is less '
I tople. Without the 'the Klr.t '
jt question state department and the.
ihere)8 authorities
1 than cost to put it in the store. 'Take aJvantageof this r
here The first words 'reproduced ,and ,tit splendid >
point out, that IX Evidences ';
in I
which State
3 r no way a can advance of the organization of a: filibustering tered by a.ph<;mograph are 'naturally a offer, because it. cannot last at the price-8 cents a package' '*'" .
i its material prosperity so surely as matter of historical interest, When J.; r,..
expedition 'in Philadelphia, Edison was at Work on his first phono- ..:, n
developing, its mineral resourcesand where they have been discovered, It graph many Weeks were consumed In ,

the best means of securing this end is 19 only necessary to lodge complaint experiment. tt is'said that when the L., W.. wBUEKHARDT Finest Groceries. <
with local
the district attorney and talking machine (
a was first discovered It ,
through the medium (State authority produce proofs when the courts may was as much a, surprise to its Inventor tglt will pay. you to purchaegourCoupon1Booke. '

1 which gives both to capitalist be depended'upon tq. ,deal with the) as to the world. The Vizard: was

'1 and case. working on some telephone receivers .
prospector operator.
\ and was led to put u piece of tinfoil on v I "
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Almost every State in the Union TRIPLE/ TRAGEDY IN COLORADO. a cylinder. It recorded sound, and Edison

J : ; ... was convinced that the human ,';
already has a Geological,Bureau\ and

i f\ c the.records, prove without exception! Man In Rage Goes Over on Outcome Warpath.of Lawsuit voice When could the'time be came recorded to make and produced.on actual ..IdPrij1 191111111PI1111111PI111P111111Pillil111111111PI11111111111" " " " ;'" " " "111111Pi,111ttftG" :

rl' that they have proven immensely Denver Colo., March 13.: -Mad -with\ test Edison, with\ his mind on'mechanical : I -
I ii details, absentmindedly' tested his The
f .Pbarmaevi
because
II ''t (: valuable institutions. These bureaus rage of his'! defeat In a. lawsuit contrivance with the familiar phrase.
1. f' cr1i In which K. Filf. the man whomhe .
': are maintained at the of the "Mary bad a little lamb." The verse ., J
)\! expense pronounced ba! bitterest: enemy, THE"CUP E =::
THAT
I .was the first record CHEERS
I' taken by ,the machine -
j { -States at small cost, and it is their bad been victorious and swearing vary .Clematis Ave. and Narcissus S i= '
geance against him: and ,his)'! family Is a cup of our tea. Properly made == ,
i duty to examine that which lies below It is sweet and delicious.
George Schistler. Oar =Tg
j 1\\4 a tcanister, armed Strensrtheulnv the "Nerve. it ==
( as well as on the surface, describe himself with a rifle and started out to (Self control'' or nerve force Is the It a drink no woman/can. resist and E sodacannotbeaurpassedanywhetefor ==

r the useful minerals discovered,, and do murder. When the smoke of battle great lesson of health and therefore of -few '11 g it" i "' i :::: "s4ti' Q Its purity and sweet and dellclous =?
A:, \i "" had cleared away three persons' \ life Itself. To understand how to' relax ::::: 1' flavor. You cannot help be- :=::
t .). map out their location; also to prepare were dead, one was missing and three ia to'understand how to strengthen Our,? tea Js selected by actual trial. I == \ lag refreshed whenever you drink ==S

: :h r and disseminate information others lay wounded, two'at (least dan nerves. Hearty laughter Is tt source of We == fly a U glass of it, and its effect upon your.::::
&;'erousl;; relaxation, as are also all high thoughts, don't take anybody's word for == A exhilarating and invigorating. =::SS
k bearing upon their uses and production '" as those of.hope beauty: ::: good tonic to drive away that SS=
i" ? The dead trust or love. their quality. We bet the flavor; :::: feeling of melancholy whenever It 3
and facilities .' '' ", Relaxation Is found !In diversion. :: : '
1\' offered for hand- F. Fill. An ::::: holdll,you in its grasp, Is to" take <=3t
y
: ( ,'; ling them. Mrs. K'y'l11'1'' :' ''' ..11Geo'l"ge > occasional outing or holiday Is neces- aroma, and strength before we buy :: r ,, a glass( of our soda', and all will be :=zS:=
a
Sell le tier. -'. sary., As there are conscious and' un- ) == soon forgotton. Call on na at any 25
f 4 i All of this should be done in conscious thoughts there are consciousen an oujice. That's wbylour; tea I is al-, time and learn of its
a manner The missing: .>' < n..,1 ___,_...._ _____ __..____ _. I t == u VOl',!! n'. ..11.. 1._'""._. A.,..._merits.__. ___ Flafe/.
that will interest and attract A child of the Fills. J"" ,, 'I> u..u.'vu. ""L'V" Llm..lOn wow. ways so good, now we are able- to .-.. [Irrlp'A" - .u. a way. on nana. ::::
when shopping do not know,the very G. R1EGEL11111111111111111U1IJIIIIIJIIIIUIIJII
Wounded ==

i 4 she capital.should If Florida fails to do this sergeon; Captain: Dr. Frank William/ Dulin BOhanna, police, on tightgrip/ reaching; tb home y,give, their their.parcels!bands fall until re, sell (It so cheaply is' another story. / . !1 lII111111111JIIJIi111111llillJlll(1RAFTEU 1 / :

y ? not complain that capital acting chief of police Mike Try apoond and how
k ; ; Kelly. lazed In (heir laps, and they 'any they: see it lasts.
"t t gives her thecold shoulder and passeson The wife of George,Schlatler is pros are so tired-Health Culture. .
trated over,, the affair and'may dIG

to' those! communities or States from the shock. Tbe Emerald.Aaemeraldthat FABER BROTHERS ,

,,1 d more progressive and which have has no flaw In it la BUDDED Mulgoba Mangoes.:

faith in the value of their mineral re 'HEAVY* STORM IN 'CALIFORNIA... typical; of the purest love Some,'peo- '
ple say few such Largest .Collection of Crotons
tbat .as stones can in the United
sources. It it! beieved) by many eminent be found .. thus etc. States. Palme, Phyllan
love All
f Considerable Damage Has Been Done purest is necessarily'rare. pot grown Full Line I '
geologists that Florida is rich by Gale on Pacific Coast. An emerald was always thought'to grown tfn High Spruce Pine Of Citrus Stock

Y, t' F 'i i in mineral Loa Angeles, Cul. possess the power of discovering '. Fancy Indian River JOHN Land. Address
resources, and it ia entirely March 43.--The; treachery in ''the shape of alleged Oranges B. BEACH West Palm J
heaviest storm of Beach Flu
+. 4 the year, and one ;
; possible that more wealth lies hidden friends. The emerald !is' exceedingly Wholesale
of the
? most extensive eo far aDd Retail
'f as popular in
courtships and In
beneath the surface of the State, than learned, has prevailed marriages.
it r is I southern Calofirnla. Since throughout After marriage it,ls supposed to bring Poultry and Eggs 0 oROROROROROetoltoROROROROROR,11011oir07aoi10i10710t10MOM0i1
k contained in all the artificial and Saturday harmony: into the household and to

I I" t: T t natural wealth combined on top of if-. noon rain has been falling 'at Inter further; : domestic joys in every possi LAKE WORTH M
vals j
the precipitation ble PRODUCE CO. o
yesterday ,way. To lose an emerald .Is said, ,
i, ,J ::t Not to have a Geological Bureau is amounting 1.01 inches. The storm to bring business misfortunes and dis I G., G. Strohm CompanY:1; |

J I r. ", false economy, for in these times of t appears to have come out of the east aster. I ,C. H. PRICE, Manager o j
r
and southeast, from which'! directions Olive Street West P./m/ 'BeacbFI. .
email marginal prot1t andcl08ecom- a gale blew all day .. < A Helpless Worn**.'. I ; ,

''t 1 : L p .I petition In all branches of industry On the coast' considerable/ damage "My," ;wlte','..the molt helpless creature FAMILY GROeERIES I '
growled Cadly !
: was done by the gale and "simplycan't do o
( y and trade, it fa only the progressive Severallaun heswere,; driven high upon seas.the anything' without bothering me to help FOR SALEWest '0
!
her.
?); \ }' individual or .community that wins, shore at Long Beach, and, minor damage 'I"Y' s?" Palm Beach Lake Front Fancy Food Products I |

r and a procrastinating policy wills to shipping occurred at San Pej; "Yes; Only last night I had to reach A very desirable. I cottage with mdilorn conTtDlencen. :
<
I O
dft> At Santa Monica and Aliut dmlrnble
+ Ocean cottage nit tto
dS' '" surely result in keeping out capital the wharves were Park up and get a candle off the shelf of the ul citi. A piano will be loiil cheau. south 0
i considerably. ;.dam- pantry for her so she could go down Inquire, 0 L. HHAFFEB. Grain and Provisions. ,
and hampering industrial! and material aired by the high Beas. celltlr .nd brlna"un_ A -..r.re.r..t"..,._ We.t Palm Beach Ci. !. S, :
/ -- -r --- n. -
J ? prosperity. J'hl.ladelphlJ'rells.! : I0 -, .

Irish/ Slda With 'Russians. i If .' Leave your 'orden at The' Tropical !r JEFFERSON BLOCK p. t

The question is: luau Florida do New York; :March lil.T-A : "eYeiclsck Sun office for all kinds of engraved V j

s'' without the millions wealth that a heir: in' the Academy'of !Sitlate\ ( in WoodlawnCemetery' and'monogram stationery and visiting j West Palm Beach 0 ,)

x 7 geological survey would bring to her memory of Robert Emmett the lrfsti>i > cards: o Florida 11901rv/ j
patriot, resolutions denouncing'Eng;
a
,
for the sake of the paltry sum that it land' were adopted with Potter JaailolokoMOiloAoleoieoiealeo7aoic r
f great enthu' Lota ceo now 1m obtained In the 'uo'to'Rl; Olive t.o7soisolioltoito7so7sotaotso.ono "
"t, would require to secure it? Why permit slasm. "We extend to the. government tory; lit,West Palm Bejch; new L> come e famous Hartford Urea. street fort : ,

; I the buried] millions to be undeveloped and people/ of Russia, said the WAr.r.AI': n. MOll! R, A mat, ',.*". I I''
resolutions ,
"our hertfelt '
i instead of utilizing them in the struggle they are now sympathy carrying on in -- ................................... ',. ,
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'I* wish to Inform ...............
gluing employment to labor and in with England's ally', Japan, for the evanr peraf within one t.
limtlriHl lulled '. i
of Wrnt }
.Im .Juach,
that 1 ,
3. bringing wealth and prosprlty natural right of expansion to the sea :nm bora. to repuiryour wauilii, ..Dl("ckgnnd H. L. "
r ,, to from which they have, been barren fora Jewelry-to lit your even with npoctuliw or HILLIER F
eyeglasses and to IOU yon Anything you d
our citizens? hundred year by England." may want in my tine I am not a "winter : .
vtNItOr.n bits permanent Wildent, a a WHOLESALE vAND RBTAII '
What will the Legislature of 1005 l party: owner In V>atla:: CI>A and perfectly pro.re. -- <. '

l do about Tallahassee Capital. Two; Tennesseeans Killed. pmiHlblu to tranMuic.for with'any me.b..alneM Watobv yon and Jewelry Y 'h t + TOBACCONIST J 1
Dresden, Tenn., March 13.-In In need repairing; may be Mint by regieer-. te .
a ed l mail oreipreiim" I will examine and ;
hooting affray with pistol" at Lynn. port coat by r"tnra mail-If the price In' not re Ip : Cigars Tobacco :;1
I\ According to the last issue of vllle Ky., a line town In the northern .iitl fi itory, you can order the lI'nd.0.. d a Cigarettes, Pipes Etc. '
Ayers Newspaper Annual there turned wlthu.ltcharge. have bait twun. IM : Etc. '
a are portion. of Weakley county Bert Mo ty year cxpurlenue wlth.mnifl' the .beat .
173 papers published in the St.'iteof ClaJn, aged 17, was hotiae In New York and' Jtaltlmor*-elx CANDIES 3'J!
Instantly
t' killed by year head Watuhmakor
't. 'a Florida. Of these 111 are daily Ornenleaf ,, and Optician for : A FULL IINK OF ;,
John Canter, who la turn was killed I ft Crouhv C .,Jacksonville. XOWNEVS CELEBRATED:
I 4 semi-weekly, ISO weekly, X Bemi- Walter MoClaln by ._ '''''Ia be auttfoienl Mann : CHCCOLATItS. ,
of umluuritand,
Dresden.
Thereare sacs that I bunlnOM
my and
+ '' monthly. The places of publication no particulars 8.8 :yet as to I !guarantee aatUfactlon In every 0....... celdCSeam soda Lunches to Order r,
t what
; t' 83 of which 41 During Season
number !
I are county the trouble was about, E. A. WALKER, EXPERT WATCHflAKER AND OPTICIAN : Ice Cream,= \40\1'
eeats. SIUUNOU BW yeY' f
Jefferson Block West Palm > : ""f
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J' TROPIOA. SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, \VEPNESDAY, MARCH IP, 1008 PAGE TI1UEE

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aE1 : CEEReturning THANKB ONQRffbtf,,
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BOY "
OF SENATOR orColumn
_' of Battle Flag Appreciatedby '''s's1
Confederate Veterans. i
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4,,, BATE LAID TO BEST New Orleans March 13.-An official --=

proclamation has been Issued by General --I WANTED.. / 11
asliB odetrwe &
;\' Steven D. Lee, com>
;'; :+,' of the United Confederate Veterans, A Write Ztll & Green. Delray, Via !
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,, Impressive Ceremonies, Held In paying unstinted praise to congressfor I
r' passing the battle flag return measures MONEY TO LOAN.IP 1
Legislative Hall.
}\ to. President Roosevelt' for tlsprominent YOU HAVE PROPERTY TIIAT 1 : -
'
;, signature: you want to improve and need money li
,I 23,000 PEOPLE VIEW THE REMAINS,! General'' Lee says: to do it with apply to Geo. G, Cume,
I' "I would be derelict yet In my' duty West Palm Beach. 1 1: The winter is drawing to a close and need for lighter underwear l.

The Reeldonts of Tennessa Pay Their not to give expression to the,satisfac and
this
FOR SALE. 1 will soon be upon you., We have prepared for ,
Last tlon that fills. the heart of. every confederate ,
Respect to the Dead State '
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man-prominent Tenntsseeans Want veteran for the unanimitywith SHRRMANS POINT, ON LAKB: 1 are now in a position to offer you a large assortment of the best ,
which the national legislature! the Inlet, 28 acres land I '

To Be Senator. passed the bill restoring the confederate to acre garden, balance pineapples. I Muslin Underwear at Moderate Prices. n
flags to the several states and: the 300 fruit trees, one hundred bearing. .
Nashville, Tenn, March 13.- Impres. readiness with which the measure was 40 large: cocoanut trees. Beautiful 1 I 1, i ,
' slve Building site. One thousand feet lake \ "" ,
though simple services wer. bald .
approved by the president. TVs action front. Ideal winter home nearest best 1
the .
over remains of the late United Is fresh evidence that there are now fishing. Apply to Box 135: West Palm I '

States Senator William\ Brlmage Bate In our grand country no sectional Beach, Fla. '. I 1 Corset Covers Drawers ;
In tM hall of: he hems oof 1OR ,
representsU .
lines-no north; no south, no east norwest : III.
Ives at the state : TRADE FOR NAPTHA LAUNCH ".'
capital at ,1 o'clock but we are all Americans, devoted 1
land '
i : acres fine pineapple ; I III'
'1 I this afternoon,, participated In by the to one common country. And 1 facing railroad near Deerfield. Address 1 ,

legislature supreme rout, state offl. urge upon all parties north or south Chas. O. Williams, St. Augustine : 1. Good qualities of Muslin''\, and Nain 1 ., Fine tacked and embroidery-trimmed;
f dais, United Confederate bivouacs and who have colors In their possession Pia.TROPICAL. I '
/ and / ,
e- sook, trimmed with Embroidery ;, Drawers In Rood qualities of mate
the ettute guard. The ,,
religious! ser to return them at once to >the state ,

vices were conducted by Rev. D. C. capitols REAt ESTATE AGENCY- : Lace, \ rials. Prices to suit all. 1y

''E t '!Kelly, who was a colonel under General This action la unprecedented In the FOR RENT 1 SP

it N. B. (Forrest, and Dr Lousing history of southern confederate organ One Seven Room Cottage handsome 1 / Price, 25c to $2.00 85o to fl.50 ;

Burroughs a confederate veteran. izations. ly famished. Lake front, located 300 I t
The body of the llatlgnlushed soldier yards north of Royal Poln lana Hotel.I I ... Skirts "

and statesman lay In state at the SHOT BY BURGLARS.Man I IJI' ." 1 I" \ ', I
FOR SALE, ... <" 1 / .
capitol, all day Sunday, covered by a 1 II' : ,', / fl'
bullet torn flag of the Lost Cause and and Wife Are Wounded by N* East Side lake front property, : J-a 1 /' t -

viewed miles north of Royal poinciana Hotel, 1 ,< Lace and Skirts :,.
,was by fully 25,000 people, grossMan Probably Fatal. non-resident. Will I : .I embroidery-ti itntnpd X.
small cottage owner
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J among: the number >being hundreds of Memphis Tenn., March 13.-J. S. 1 I .- a'1 '
sell cheap. __ 1 / \ 7Zc'to. $4,00," 1'1\,' ,, .
the general's old comrades In arms, !Davis an engineer, employed by .th Town Iota and farm lands for sale. ,., ,'. t. !" ,n, I
and many'' negroes who held the deCeased city and his wife, were shot and seriously Write for prices. 1 ,, '. ,, r r

In the highest esteem. wounded by burglars at an early : 1 .. "
Cottages and hotels for rent. / "I '
After the ceremonies at the capitol, Ihouh this morning. !l I 1 ':\'t I I )
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W.. I. Metcalf, Manager, ,' ) 'I i
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tire body of the late senator. walt taken Two negroes entered their bed room West Palm Beach, Fla. : I I ', ', 1 \'
to the Mount Olivet cemetery, accompanied in their residence In North Memphis, I '

by a military escort, consisting awakening: ) (Davis, as they were moving 1 BR'ANNINC! BROTHERS

of confederate veterans and about. the room. Davis, leaped ,. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. / '" ,
,the state guard, and Interred. from the bed and grappled with one oi 1 0.... S

The folowlng congressional party the burglars. LAW. 1 'I
Ladies' Outfitters
accompanied Senator Bate's remains His wife, aroused by the noise of the rc.. OIlILLINGWOltTll 1 1 tk

from Washington: encounter, also sprang out of bed., At 1

Senators Redfield Proctor, of Vermont this Juncture the other negro began : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR '
; John W. Daniel, of Virginia: I firing. '
West Palm Beach, Fla /
B. W. Pettua, of Alabama; Scott: of (Davis was shot in the abdomen, and 1

West Virginia; Lee L.. Overman, of it is believed fatally wounded. :Mrs. G O.G., .JQUHKIIS I

(North, Carolina and K. W. Caiinack' Davis was shot twice In the (hip. Her

tfvf TpnnoanM*.? TCAttrpaanitnttvaA. TJV.. .. d1t1 f is aid' to 'ha lUcal. ,,Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law
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Sims, John R. Gaines, L. P. Padgett Both negroee hurriedly left the WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA .-

t John Moon, W. P. Browntow and house after the shooting and escaped TT P. UllANNINO, lgnlrsx { Buffalo Gasolene MotorA
Lloyd, of Missouri. -
Neighbors (heard the firing and amesto .
Others of the Washington party are the assistance of Davis and his Attorney and Counaellof-At-Law

Major> General Olay Goodloe, of the (Office over Bank.) HIGH-GRADE
wife.An
United 'State marine corps, George F. armed posse of citizen of North WEST PALM BEACH, FLA Automobile Motor

Evans and B. W. Layton, assistant> sergeant Memphis is scouring that ,part. of the eedCr.

i at arms. city In an effort to apprehend the negro Q.EO. M. ROBBINS, ,

l" The legislature will vote for a, successor burglar who shot and seriously: Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. known. For bolt by whet a edtury they'they h.vearuwu. For S Launches

b'" for the late ,Senator Bate on the wounded James S. Davis and this wife have been the emminnlLaren'fallud -
Will practice In State and Federal Court, once to prnduuu bigger better reUable.Perfect '
\ 21st instant. If the /burglar la caught a lynching TITUSVILLE. FLA. o.-up, then any others, 1JOIdby a !S ,. Absolutely ) '

!"' So fair only three men are mentionedin may follow' aunt ull freeto dealer.ail. eppllaants 1005 Meed, An. Speed Control 1 1a

the race-Governor Frazier, ex-Gov I. BHSTCALF, '
'a
W D.M. FERRY fit CO., fiend (011 IMS Catalogue l

ernor MdMlllIn and ex-Governor Robert ..POLICEMAN. GETS FORTUNE.' .ATTOKNtY-AT-LAW. Detroit, Mloh. GEO. R. WALLACE lr r 4
L. Taylor. Mr. MoMUIln has not PUBLIC.U. .
NOTARY
yet announced his candidacy, but it la While on Strike Duty la Informed Hs 8. COMMISSIONER West Palm Beach

a foregone conclusion that he will be Has Inherited $300,000. Win practice in Countyrinuo "..der,1Conrt.a r
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In the fight.It New York, March 13.-Jeremiah LAND CASES A SPECIALLY.

Is the opinion of those best informed Barber' a policeman, !has, la i.1 reported Office TROPICAL Sen Block. Mangpnia! Poultrv "

that Governor Frazier has the fallen heir to two fortunes aggregating West Palm Beach Dade (fount. IlorldaA i

best of the contest thus far. nearly $300,000.The J. LEWltt.AT10RNEY I Sold by
Petitions are being circulated In several first notice of his good fortune Farm
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counties In this state protesting came from Oakland, Cal., where the AT-LAW .

against Governor Frazier entering the policeman's uncle, James EHgar, died and NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorns, White Wyan- BROADWELLMOORE !

race to succeed the late General Bate 'recently.: Barber waa on strike duty: Agent, ol the U.Baltimore S.Fidelity+ Md.tt Guaranty' Co ,of dottes. Eggs and Stock t c Dear Sin |;r H $} !

in the United Statea senate. and had not been home in four days, Office at corner of Clematis Avenue and Narclmus '- OhesHphtntdmrbt a. to UiuJ lit
and autufylug auallbf a
when\ 'his wife (hurried to the station Street, over Potter's bicycle store, For Sale g'aJ hwtliLu & q, }
NEW REMEDY FOR TRUSTS. a-4-iooa. WEST PALM: BEACH. / ,' fI''' Gillette
with, a letter announcing that her husband "VV. E. GALE, 1lanagcr11ao,0111" I
had been willed the! bulk of: hit AND SURGICAL. Fla Safety Razor
MEDICAL
Governor 'Stokes says Minister Can Do / ,
uncle's estate. / will entirely dispel It Any nan oatt
More than Lawmakers. Barber went out on post and his TT O. HOOD, M.' D, di 4 ,h.yowltL it m readily aa thnaRh h* '
bndalwayBHlmved himwlf Thtai
Atlantic City March 13.-iBefore the y
slifl iA. lotta Bnlfcty Ilitaoi* la 04 RMora !.
wife went home!( At midnight
\ minister. of the New Jersey confer PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON S. H. RICHMOND, Agent 'w One. Itbu.tWBlvi>keendoubl edited DEALERS IN i '('
came bach in a cab with a cablegramannouncing blndo*as thin aa paper,tempered and
Governor Edward C. Stokes ad- Office over Potter's bicycle store WEST Il
ence hardened that ;
glen by our prooaM ao
of the
the suggestion that prayer and the legal disposition PAl.M BEACH. Residence near Royal Perrine Grant Land Company l Ib takes dlnmond *duet to grind
vance estate of: another uncle at Rams Gate, Polnelaoa Hotel. PALM BEACH. 11L I > E thorn. Knoh tea to ; '
preaching would be a ''better remedyfor .\1I: +t thirty perfacb shares Oaao and ::DrugstJ')1odicincs
)England which, according to the cablegram UKAL ESTATE bludoa pecked and seated dlreok 1Np'
the evils of trusts and railroad com- Barber about $1,800. T> B. PO TTE.It: M. D., from the factory,.hrwlntf then Sit, :
gives
binatlons than the usual laws enacted CUTLER, FLORIDA ah('/to beau,. Alwayii reads for UBO- '+

by state and nation. This was broughtout WHITE ROBED SPIRIT, ARRCftTBD a-aa-oa: WEST PALM BEACIT FLA. a'w I1 I ? No Stroppind $, j i ) '

in an address to a newly ordained DENTAL or Honing I. 1 r//
ministers. 4 r Ton cannot out yduraelC or fall to Stationory
of
class Police Nab Woman for Getting Money MAOY .Iv*yonntelf a mooth dolttfhtfulahATO.
\ "While I am. a ,full believer In pass- R.II. ; A 4 ni u* loflts for yean.Whan .
Under False Pretenses. L. A. WILSON t have and each of the
ton
Ing remedial legislation," he said, I.t Chicago March 13.-After a struggle .. DENTIST ? ed rm' edttoa until dull,ruts to na and and ,
has been my experience that any sort In Office in Jefferson Block MANUFACTURER OF we will alve you alx new plade*bueiohanoe '
white-robed "Spirit" a
with a I + at no oort to yoo
y
of law will be circumvented by *utaau WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA t. Twelesddltlonibled..ataom. C iancz
\ room in Sebor street, a city detective Geode :
What is needed Is Boots and Shoes j Icnlooat. 4 .
.,. Ingenuity. has arrested: the spirit, despite desperate J. E. .LIDDY t. Call and examine the Glllotw* ry''
a higher sense of honesty* and right, resistance. The spirit turnedon DU Xtwlllooafe you nothing U see 14v

which will prevent the oppression of the visitor from the other world Dentist Repairing In All Kinds of Leatker

the! poor by thope! In power, and Inculcation was found to be Mrs. Jennie Nichols, Ofllcu Fist door went of nude County State Goods )Neatly= Done, : E

of this principle Is the business and young and extremely muscular ,. Bank .
\ of: the preachers of the country rother WEST PALM BEACH FLORDA
woman. She wil have & hearing todayon Indian TaMed Buckskin -
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than the legislators. charges of obtaining! money on ,

Maniac at the Throttle. false pretenses. ,The detective's shirt FoLElol EYUpaahelcoadhaid :AR and Horsehide ShoesFOR r t 4l
torn in the ght.'
Chicago Mao-cfh! 13j-Olmbinig was badly Y..aI'e* ds
The raid on Mrs. Nichols' place was
stealthily aboard a switch engine on TENDER FEET

the Illinois,Central railroad, near Nine the' first move In a general cruaadwagainst Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio
"fake" materializations spirit
ty-first street, an insane man, opened : E. M. BRELSFORD
the throttle and ran the engine at full painting and spirit photographing
which had been undertaken by the po
several miles Real Estate
speed to Parkslde, away

+, the Reversing locomotive the, lever which he flew leaped back from over lice. PALM BEACH, FLA. Chicago and. Florida Limitedvia 4ry
In Wreck.
the route which toad Just been traversed Several Hurt Notary Public. Cottages to Re D l 1

L e and crashed into another switch Tennllle. Ga, March 13.-Train No
Both the Bandersvllle and Tennllle I Office,South Poluolana Jlotol
point. 3 on
engine near the starting d
Louisville &
wrecked 2 miles from NasJiYllle +
engines were thrown from tha 1 track railroad was
and badly damaged. The engineer oft I here caused by a broken. rain. The I

the seooad t the' ,I er has been sent out from. Savannah:
i tl'approach of runaway Solid Pullman Train IMPROVED METHODS
off Only ,
leap llr time ,an descaped. to put the overturned car on the track Jam-Up-To-Npw FivE DOLLAR BILLSare ra\
I No one was killed. W. J Webster, observation and library, cars from are adopted by us fa soon as their

Receiver for, Alabama Railway. ,. of Mllledgeville, )suffered. a Jbrolren more numerous than,tens and tens

Birmingham, Ala., March .-Henry collar bone; Miss CorInne Hendrix, olMllledgeville BLAOKSMITEaNGHORSE Florida to St Louis, Chicago, more plentiful then twenties. Sim- value is firmly establiabed.la '''ll ,.

B. Gray, of thle city, boa filed a pe had a sprained back and SHOEING GENERAL
t The West and Northwest '
tition in the Montgomery courts askIng probably has Injuries internally. Other ilarly small bank accounts are more the performance our duties r4

that a'recelve.r be appointed for passengers were bruised and shakenup. REPAIRING AND with, much quicker time than vii any all
Eonbdlmers
Undertakers and
The ,
numerous than large! ones. aggregate
the South and North Alabama railroad PAINTINGWAGONS other line.
and that the Louisville and Nashville lit meals fa dining errs, service a la of small deposits far exceeds that modern aids approved, by science' or

Vallroad be enJolped from voting Its Professor, March To Visit 13.-Rockefeller.Chicago Acting on.,. the BUILT TO ORDER carte.South/ Finest dining-car service la the of the large accounts. Don't hesitate, good taste arq In use, and we have

stock in the South and North Alabama. advice of John D. Rockefeller, President Leave'St. Augustine, daily:I 8:30 a. m. therefore, to open, an account because no hesitation la claiming that we can

railroad. for any purpose whatever until a Harper, of the University of Chi- CUmatU; Av..Wilt 0 road Leave Jacksonville, daily 9:30: t. m. of'Its smallness give the best service at the most rea';*
whether $27.50
the courts decide leave for Lakewood, N. J., ,Arrive Chicogo neat day, 4:30: 'p. m. .'
share U an adequate price for the cago, will Anlvc St.,Lovls next day, 1:34: p. m. portable cost, ;,,1
tomorrow, accompanied. by his funlly. '' Also throiiffh Pullman Drawlng room Slee TUB DADE COUNTY STATE BANK
4 stock. Wien ,Or Harper .'arrives at Lakewood GEO. HASLEHURST & SON lag Care dallj from JackHoovllle on A, U.: laN Lady assistant ._ .
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<
:OS p. m. traln'to Btrroliigrbftni' KtuihrlilisKvKitHTlllo 'of
1 Twenty-Six, Llv s Cost In Explosion. Wednesday he will be met at BuildersP ,Bt, tioula, Chicago and on $. A. L. '
Cardiff. March 13- It U now announced the train by Mr. Rockefeller. and will Contractors' and alai's.OrlennnrIf in. train t to Punancolo, Mobile.o.adNnw ,. West Palm Beocli, Fl.., will accept'jourdeposits J. B. McGINLEY. .

Ak that 26 live hive seen lost asa be escorted to the hote at "hlcl.ra.nlrement.l :!., ar o. BO% 304 BEST: MirTliiO la 1 dmlrad a.k for ticket via attention,
,and give them
which' occurred have be* made for X>r. L. *N.For eyery !
result of the explosion f/
Palms Corner
ratM, Pullmaarmorvatlon, *, *le,call
'yesterday in the Cambrian cot Harper's accommodations and treat Kodol Dyspepsia ,Cure on or write I -You ,can commence ,Ith,as little as 4
: a BO. V'; HERRING Flif. 1'.... Agent, '
fiery. at, Qlydacb Vale in the, Rhonda) ment. Digest what you sat aua We.t Bay St.,Jack.onrlU.H>lorld a: $50 dollars t : 1 Open day,and night., "'.

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;i' 'PAGE, roust THE 1nOt1IcAt S'\1N\ WEST jpAtM BEACH, PLO UDA, WEDNESDAY: MAIICII i., 1005 ,,1r ":

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,. # :; o.oo.oo.oooo.oOo.oeO'i doing there?" cried Slioretmia. "Bat WEST PALM 2E4 CB' WINTER HOTELS. f :

l }//, let's be' calm. Dudley Drew la the best _..,.n___ ____ __- ,, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.f,,f yar
}"' '' friend I have on earth." '


1.!,(, /i' MISREPRESENTED. [ [ j raising"Look did; her here when dimpled my especially friend:chin," earnest said na she Alice always -1 1- g ;:'ho; -;;oZZCL'7LC Tb : irginia LocarTImB Card No. 59, In Effect Jan.: ,3D,m05. ,:" c-t",


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\* e will believe no such thins of Dudley NORTH.BOUND-READ UP. }, )
DOWN
aT a Drew. I take your own word for him. .WEST PALM BEACH'FLORIDA "Nicely' iltuated on 80UTH.BOUND-RUD .

It' was through you that I came to g Clematis Avenue 1'10.23' Na 78 No. 14 NO 28 NO. 98 "
No 99 No 3S No.211
.
oHOWARD. FIELDING am know him and to admire him for an Lake Beautifully Lot at e Front, commanding "
a \
o 0 honest and loyal fellow. G Flue View ot 1000.- 800 LyN..Jacl t ] ): the Royal Soil p 110p 5 .,
Shoreham felt the blood rush to his onvIU".LviII 11
........So./lUIk
,' o Copyright 1903.! by Charles W. Book O t Polnciana and Lake Worth 021p 518p IPOp 1(108.1110s 0011., .........IIC.AuKU: tlne.......... Cl20l I140p e00a lga: "
face.
.... : 'j101S {
All Modern Conveniences .H..EinRe i..J. 6tl8p
''r'' 4 7{, '" S'Q.Q.Q.Qeoa00eoaoeoeoaoe0HID .Toil-you really like him very Cuisine'Guaranteed fI ... IIt8p p _!seep I _116I1a'1111011 1146. .uun.........EastYakttka........... _111711 -CUll P -8.7.--. -..-0118. /h. ;I

much?* he stammered. "I-I am glad." First-Class > Ar..PoIMk.! .........Vv. '.011 'fO P 1Iur. a \ ';
name I, John Lynde (as they lOUD 1It11 11188 10811.
'" ; "You express yourself enthusiastically i No Tuberculosis rFbtients Rates / '90'p'P '180 P P 11485 P 9110 a Lv.,.........Pah, >tk ......... 1', 1115 II Cl15 P tOO a -,1150. \\-J.,;:
gentleman always writes It) hat __ __ ---- "
pp l+,h a)'lgnlIQOt.! It suggests the old said she, with a laugh. Taken 5 8 '$10 and'.$12 810 P 1111 P AI\.S..n;:; M..teo..Lv 810p tOOP 820p\ 1110. '7605Neoga 'kII h..,. ,
and walked half 7065 r
,
Ly..SnnttsWo.Ar
Shoreham arose way; 111" 800.
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7..; proclamations: signed "I, the "ott.bm)1>(!)'1>(!)e""iI""iI !p'.lDb6) -- .tWl
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fit q it--' king.. And Indeed history la littered across room and then returned."I 8 Per Week 12f8p ........... .........Lv. 4885'
Into old and i ... ..... P .
+l' ) : with kings who had not halt h1s power was falling: a very IOU P ... Donponto..417:. P \ ',

4 .r ,tr or sphere of Influence. He Is the common error" he said. "Really Drew *.. .................... OPEN NOVEMBER IB 100-1' 1110.. ....itoW1 Oranbad...:... .80 P
'1904 .. ............. 8605805 rice S
IB not at all the man to take such an .i 184p 110080 ......... .Oro'oll /\ .
: head of gigantic enterprises. 189p 8410p If6p 1191180 ..............Do.ytoll.. ..,........ S8Hp 410p 1103. 18.1'1"\ '
'"' Edward Shoreham not beggar advantage of me. be H t ILOp, 816p 160 ..........Por' 0.110.. ......... BAT P '
11' was a ,
':' \ "An advantage?" palms Mrs. A. L. HAUOH, Prop.oooooo;. '11180. 119IIp p 1HOp: ..........NewSmyrn............ 8011p 845p 180.. 416&tllaa '.lUi
j but be felt himself to be a failure. He limp 1100 P ............Ook Hlil ........... II III! P '
"Miss Lynda; I am getting upon dangerous ........., 10llp 240p'1214 :1155!
:' ..........Tltu.v\1le"\
> was nearing the of forty. He had 82151205p
( age ground where 1 have no right: tf I "ulla .40p 'Ulp ..............COlo.+ ............... 11'p .1114&'UII
made money though not very much Now Open. p ........ l" ......... liD p po j1120p
; I I@C ......& .ttOOkl"'I".I......... lOOp 1000p "f '
and '
had lost It. At the date of this 16p 1411p "
?1
\( ..... 1218 1066p66Sp
60J 'ClDp 91fp ..........Jean. Oallie.! .. p l\lp '
\ :' narrative he held a minor executive position A large homo-Ilka Hotel well ap j !)(!)@) p SOIp agop ...........Melbourne.-. IBWp Slop 1846p "rp!
I I In a corporation so conservative i polutod and beautifully:located, glv- liDO P ............8obu.Ultn............ 1120 I. ', inSt. ,
(rW .. .... Leas,.........., 1080 a ( .'
t ,\ that prQmoUon.therein: was.very slow, lug the comfort* without the coot of ::1\0: 0. 7111 010 p 8 fO P. .: ',I'loroe........... 1080 a 1208 P DOG P 1i 11II P ',' '
i n h' This : the more expannlve one t3rtna.toil on s 3'1' iggs Gottago P IIIIY 'l'lbh..l...?........ 1106 a 81b p "
P .
1 i j' corporation was closely allied with Lake Worth opposite the 'Tap .Ed..n............... 909a 810p "
u !,f,' some of the big Lynde companies but : Royal : TOO p' .yo.Joll (.n............. 9f1 a 818 P ...',. ":' 1<
i' Shoreham Poluclantt Hotel White waltreeees.Electric MRS.H. BRIOas' Proprietress : .600591............. 1181S a goo II .J.;..
felt that..bI. own work was ; belle Good flgblnir/ hunting I I 7875 $ ........ ... Voss 751p f.'
; of microscopic size In the broad field r and boating Ratm tf2.noand3.00 I. Bvemle Street : 7M P .... ... r.......... 801 a ''f18 p ,".,r.;',.
t .... (l43p ,
y A..We.tl'ILITrlB..aoll... 8160. 10ll/la/ 116Qp
; I'' of the great man's vision. Therefore : day. Special rates by too week/, ,. 20n. 84\p( 880p ll00p "
per : : We.e 'palm B.h, loRldaSituated : a4.'a. YWp 6110p IHO P LV..PlLhnJW"cl1 .,....r 800510105 O5Ap 910pI
.. when he waked one morning to find a .Weatl.lLlmlluacl1..Ar: / DOUa S06pl +
@JI. oua 011p 112lIp l186p
,I l 061 .... Bnynton........ ,.Lv Tllla 5'0 p
,. personal communication from L John i The Palms i Near Make Worth I\OOp( P : ...... ....... 7011a 50Up
Lynde waiting for him he was Inclined iota P ..Ft rnuderdnle.t....... 611. 'D' P
t : Jf West Palm Beach, Florida SELECT WINTER HOME 110\/\/ P .: ....H..Il"lId..l.. ........,. 808 a .111 P F
;; to believe that he had not waked I. 1I88p ....1"1011 City........... ISlI8a aup .
at all; that the Incident belonged with ...N.NN.N*.........*.: HOT AND COM BATHS I ",N I d: M 20 P 11.0 p 'lao p ....... ........... .5iO a SOO a 84" II 'l10 J u

t the visions of the night NO CONSUMPTIVE TAKEN
4'' The note was brief "Please fall at JJu1Tet Parlor Care 00 tm1n.IIII,8ft,78 and 28 and Buffet 1801'111g Cars on trains 08 and YA'k "
: eee.eeeeeee.eeeeeee.e.e... WHOLEHOMB HOMB COOKING '; .tw..ell JltCkson."l1le'and Miami Parlor()ars On trains DO 511.2 fO between St.Allgust1no and ,
my office tomorrow (Wednesday) morning L Vew.. 11I1"11I0, +
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at,0 o' lqck.

:tt y At 9 o'clock Shoreham presented himself : q1.o: camington : I '. \ 'CfJDENSED SCHEDULE JETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND AUGUSTINE

at the potentate's office with an t :
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heart but fifteen minutes 1 Na t3' Na %1t No.Z9t Na 1st No. No.31' No. J7< Na Opt Nn.1J} No. is"
a yet uplifted at tDOUND. U J
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l past 9 he :was the most disappointed, .. A. B.! O. METCALFB! Proprietress .. Boarding1Desirable ''D'.Uy-! -Tllj;-'-Dally-- -'daily' I- fJ'1 E-.a Il..E-..ah'n.Dal1y--Dally I-! iL-. ..., .q'>

perplexed and tormented man between '.Jerlmmvi11e5O( Al546AM, 10WAM1216ri(() IIGOPM 8001'11 8061'11I 8\U1pI\ 0001'11I ''
the two oceans.. 1 s WE8T'PALM BEACH, FLORIDA i : :>t.AllllwtincUOOA1IIIU40&HllIOAJI tiftI'll DISOI'III 400 PS "lIIrH 9:1: PM 1086 PM3dNam ,
people who.wl.b a pleasant -
The ways of I. John are sudden as a > a le Na 74' !
No.98t1 N6.9Zt ,4 No.JGt "ha JBt ';f
r place to top at while In Went Palm DOUND.No.ZSt ; .
Dolly Dally Dally
4 'i i ,' hawk's. Everybody knows that. He : Open all the year. Beautiful location : Beach will find "MINARET COTTAGE," .N Dally Dally Es, Sun. belly Ev.Su Ea.Son. Dally Da11y Dally Deilyv '; ft

,.1"' selects men to serve him or dismissesthe t : on Lake Worth. Bright cheerful : 'on Olive 'Street between Eyarntu and. '5tAIIJulfjno( 500411I 7"UA1II 76015 s'o AM 1110A5114OAM 1230 Ps. UOP.I 6901'101,0401'\1, ; > "
unworthy with a Napoleonic flash Fern lust Ouch a place Nice, clean \ Jacklonydle 1I01l.UI IIfO&1II 860AIII !D ill AM lUOpll 18fOpil 110 1', 710PM "oup"17'Ul'li '

$ of decision. Therefore Shoreham was : room and wide verandaa. Special : rooms, neatly furnished )I' comfortable '
.4. Train composed exclusively ot Ptilhnan or Parlor Cars allle1ttno.seat tare will be charged
,, : amazed_ beyond measure to discover : rate. for the loaeon.eeee : bed; good wholesome food ; VERY' Ueyuonche5operaWdone.etrafu"onwidth no extl'llo or anat tare, charltfld. 'ujrd9 ,}1'r

i ; mat l. John naa not maae up nia mind. moderate prices, are the rpcommnnda,:- ,,
P- $ "I have an unknown friend as well THE TWO MBS TALKED FOB TEE MINUTE .eeett.ee.eee..*.e.eeSAo tlou Only limited.. number of room- .s..AUOUSTI/1IB." / AND No. fO N..38 PALM BEACH AND MIAMI No50' I
{ I en can be accommodated.. Table'board '"l1y! NEW SMYRNA. belly Dolly. LAUy T,:
as an unknown enemy, Shoreham be. If this were a melodrama and I -
.. a specialty 'U Lv..8C Augustine..::::Ar. I100Ap ABBAMLv..Brenker..Ar.:: 550PM .jiJjJ, ,
said to himself as be left the omce.i were one of the leading characters instead P .
t" as' ()- -, Q MRS.!: FRANK DARLING. lop Lv. "....E....' .J>..I..tklL..Lv.1010AII 960AMLv..,Weebi'atmlieaoh..Ar.68nr'" ;, "r.Ji.HI
i I "Somebody has spoken well of me of being the meanest supernumerary pAl'. ....jotelOrm01uL..Lv smA.IOOSAMLV.LnntanaLv.C1OIM, '
'+ some one has spoken ill of me. I must on the stage there might be I 'Zap Ar...."....D ytoll,...........Lv, T611 All III' Of AM LY....F' Isuderdnle..ILv.4errs .yOp !
} ArNow $: mynla...... Lv 76OA5 AM Ar...... ..MI..m1..Lv. 11151'''l' .
; i thank tbe first and defeat the other." plot here. ,But there isn't""I -

a Upon the matter of thanks be was understand ;you perfectly' said f carmanWest i .0'.I "No' IZnJay No. 18IN Na 7 N. I Na I No. .It
BRANCII Sun
MAYPDRT ORANGE CITY BRANCH
? + "; : not greatly: in doubt Though Shore- be. "I am the leading lady of your r ::1.1.' ... _D..llY_ _Dally .onz\! 'O..lIy''.._. Dally__ .Dally_ Dally_ : '

bam had never met Lynde before hi play and Mr. Drew la the villain. You (9 Palm Beach, Florida I par Qtttge : Wa 4U6pLv., JaokeonvnleAr.880a4Wp 400p 11100. Lv. New 8myrlln. AI' 1sop780p I" '
; bad the, great good fortune to be acquainted are very silly." i4 40... 614 J' Lv. Pablo B."h..Lv" 160 It h5 11II p If4 1'10 21IL Lv lake Helen) I.v. 11141\1'a" 20 p
A winter resort that will pleane you. A 1\: a 610 II I.v.A.tllmtlu Beach Lv 746 a IIIG II 160 P 10 8\1a\ LVI Orange' City Lv. 1l8: p 0 tN P 1
with the mighty potentate'sII1 "I love you said he. '.And It was $ Near Lake Worth and centrally locai \ .. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 'I '. n'n OUG II AI'1..ypol't..Lv.180 .UOO p> 1(W() p10f a Ar. Orange City Jo.. l4 cup 686 p ,
Y ce,, Miss Alice Lynde. This young the very last possible combination: of # ,
ted. AH modern N II
Improvement No. 13
l + lady dwelt with her widowed mother words that he would have supposed (G : Alaulet,select. family Hotel with home, Dally HOMESTEAD EriEN5I0N. Daily. I SANFORD BRANCIt. oJ""
4 in a style of great simplicity. Shored himself about to utter. Address i ". "un. Ea.SilO. 5i117:: Dally :r,? t .

ham entertained for her,a gloomy, secret com ."0. Lv ..........MI..ml..Ar. 100 p 1180. Iii!.....:. Tltl1svlllo.'AJo. 1l20! p 'It.,
The mechanism of the 1
perfect speech, MRS. # ...... c.-.J
b S. E. EARflAN t46a Ar..Homelltead..Lv. 11411.p A00a ......Santurd..Lv.. lUooa. !\11
k I} l despairing affection, and it Will the complete surprise of It' to himself i 1 Box 127 j : Pleasant: location adjoining City j ; ..

sweet for him .to fancy that she hail! half stunned him. He stood there rigid 1 Went Palm Beach Florida \ : Park and toeing] on Lake Worth. '

;L brought this good fortune within his pale desperate, yet incapable of action ( Cool,comfortable I'ooma. with good .PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. ,;

reach. He called In the evening to express or even of thoughtIn .--. .v v.a-.} '
his gratitude. table ncrvlce. :lose Connection Made at Miami with 'Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S.Company "
fact he could not have done bet .

,;+ In the parlor of Mrs. Lynde'a; house ter. There was never a plainer picture 5 IDA. C.HATS, Proprietress ".01''
ll + "Ivalr+r l'H e ,%%"'ti, 'ti, \- NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
; t be was distressed to find a gaunt,weak! of sincerity than he presented at that @If: ( ..
'y kneed, silly looking and not altogethel I moment"I I

reputable ;young man named Lndm am glad," whispered the girl, her These Time ibles iihow the times at which trains. may; be expeoted. to arrive and depart t
\ .rom the several itatlona, but their arrival departure at the times stated ia not guaranteed
Trevor, a distant cousin of the eyes suddenly brimming with tears; "I Conmercial Hotel lor does the company hold halt responsible for any delay or any eoiuequenoe'analog there.' p

Lyndea.; am glad." FOWLER BROS. & KING from. ','Ir,'
Shoreham"had met Trevor several! .
"Mr. Dudley Drew" said a maid so
and Cafec For Cop 0' th. LOCAL TIME CARD er Oth..lnforlDadon'
i'' times and had paid no particular attention
; startlingly close to Shoreham's ear that 1
MACHINE SHOP .
to him. Upon this occasion: ; he nearly Jumped over the back of the "SEE THE TICKET AOENT." -. l'

however it seemed that the fellow Chair upon which his trembling hands GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY J. D. l.AIlNERAto Gan'l. Fa...Agt4 AUGUSTINE!: J
; TLA !
} looked at him in W. Schmid : :
ti a peculiar manner were restlrjg. Proprietor AL KINDS LATHE and A PER WORK "" Ii

I; Trevor soon took his leave. When Mr. Drew was ushered In /H" Y
GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESJEFFERSON "
AB soon as. anoreoain was alone witsQ ; ; "
4 Ii there was nothing to Indicate to him
,; .' Alice he offered her his thanks for th< that he had BLOCK FOR SALE
interrupted a conversation
'/ ;to event of ,the day but she would not L JI If'EFFECTIVE
'f ,
f of more than ordinary importance. Near Ferry Landing Lake Front,
I receive them."I "Good Miss Lynda" said he. . . ,. Southern
evening. ,
. . . .. .
have never spoken of ;you to mj "Good evening Ed-ward. I hoped to T . ""'" WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Railway. \

n' i' uncle except: once end then he asked find ;you here."

> me a few questions about you. Why JANUARY n. .
i+ "Yes? said Shoreham, whose emo loog
It was last evening! exclaimed th

),r ..r1r1.; "1 had forgotten." stored.tional balance was not ;yet fully: re Atlantic Coast LineTHE Throe Vestibule Trains Eaat \ North and West INO i3 No. ].::::: t tLv

"Did he mention Wllmot Shorehanttf ......
ti "There's something in the wind tot aokHOov\\11 e...... 80 Ry 121Op Clue 755ii:'. Lv ackHOoy le. P1....So Ry II
7
Co.J" inquired Shoreham. you Edward continued Drew. "Ton GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA I.v J..... .......... 80 Ry J Sup II S4R 10 40P.. lv Oa........ ... 80 Ity 10 451'30" 11 gysT ,
t' r 'oa; This ;was the]firm' whose brief but Lv sR .uP..j;......... 80K y 4251' I 3DISR... AI' I.o""n.: 010......,. .. ...80 Ry Saw 3 UI' ...... J
t in nay know all about It, but I don't believe A. mble........... lIoRy 126p 66S1' 6 ooa.. AI'Atlanta o. ......... ..So Ry S 208 S 111' ...... "
eventful career Galveston, Tex. bad you do. I think it's In the bud CONNECTIONS Ar Charlotte'.,." ..... 80 Ry J 16" to or.p 9 558., AI' Kome, Ga...,.,...,. ...110Ry 7 Sea 8 OBI' .,.,. ,
cost the Junior partner all his money. Ar Greensboro....... So Ry 2 8ta 12 SUa+ 125'1'.. AI' Dalton ............" Ry 11 ass yWp .....
"He did," replied.Alice. "And I was yet Anyhow, rll tell my story If Mist The Over its own rails to Savannah Ar Dsnvllle':...... .. 80 R 8 4ra top. <. AI' Chattanooga. T ,.....So Ry 9 455 10 aGp.......
fly Lynde will It has to da Leolnllton.: : My ..... lt C '
,( : excuse me. East .Q Sand' 6:41\/1: \ ......
$ (. ,very glad that you bad told me aU with a member of her family." Charleston Richmond and Washington &rRtchmond..SORy I 6 511/I 64'11'' '? ArCtnclnnati.OhIo......\l .t C.l.H f;11I6... ...... ;
} v C uclnnat Uliiv.
9iggig Ponr 8 > .....
:f' \ "What did you tell him?" demanded thence via Pennsylvania Ry. Ar Lynchburg ..,..so Ry a 34/1 4 Ira nip.' AI' (;hl"" 11:0.: III...... ..Bite Pour 7 two. 83u..I......
,; Alice, coming straight to the point, via All Rail Ar Ch.rlotte.ville' I so Ry 716" 6 IlIp.v Cindnnatl.I I Ohl 0 I"a. 8 II IUa ....,.
G in the way of the sex. Ar Waahingtou.: ....:::.5o Rv 1016& 0Wbn1 U tIIlp+ :. Ar ........P.. LInsra. 7 3gpl I q 3e .I ? .
+ Ar lIaltimore..l' R R 113Oa u 3w 11 lip.. Iv: tnu.t Uiv ..t,
"Why," said Drew somewhat taken To AI' Wo.t PhlladelphiaPRR 1455 ii a 1"1......
I 451' :3 358. .....
'
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery AI'NeW'Yorll.......PRIt / C /Ilk Dlt..j 646
,
:
aback "I gave Shoreham a great send- The West 4161' 4 135 03'18.+ EvClnulI-: ; :, i1i VH& > 9 455 IIljjla ,....:.

off. Mr. Lynde la looking ;you up. Edward '' 'No.34.NewVork and Plddn { rea AI'Toledo, Ohio ,...C lilt D S .os" i .....
and it means something big. ns The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery Pullman Drawlnlf.ROO1l1 Bleep ng Car :Tampa:; Ar Detroit. -Mlch.- ..... ..... PM y.5nI f aq .....
and JackH nville. to New York lv Cine I nnall,Ohio...I'RI.I"..a 8 11II.. .....
I'I ,asked me if you hadn't made some AI' Pltaburg Pa........Pa 1,10. 3upl 1 / 11 4"" ......
rather serious mistakes In the matterof To Via Savannah 'and Ocean Steamship Company, for New No. 30..W.uhlngton and Florida Umite. .1 LvCincinnati l IIhlo..Blg pour 8

Wllmot Shoreham & Co. I told him The East t York Philadelphia, Boston. Jacksonville Dally Pullman to New Drawing Vork.Room bleeping C T,, AI'Cleveland, Ohio..BIJ( Four, ; olJl.!! 8 00pI.'....,, "

it was a plain case of bard luck and Via! Norfolk Steamer' to New York Washington and. Bait) --- "'""" __.,... ..___ Lv LelnRton,'::;:::;:..::SoRy i rag : boa.IOa.:::::: al

that ;you were all right" I more. No.32 Bouthern'a Palm I.lmltel Yeetl Ar St I.oul. ...,. ..,.........loR 7 2" I hap .....
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Company 1 belt .
Transportation tralll. l'uUmnn DrInK Room Cotnpurc
When the bad left the house AI'' AnniatonAla ......
men 80
I 'via I steamship for Baltimore and mint,CIubCompoelteObservaiiou and Uminp Ry II 40. ...... y.
Philadelphia. Ala .,.So Ily 114)5 ......
Drew said: Care; weenea.ugu.UneJaek.onvlUe: amt.' Artiemph0ia >>
8065 '
Tenu..llrl co ...... .
lr "I know ;your Nemesis. It's Trevor.He New 1ork. Arxen.a.Ct Mo ....l"rhco II 40a ...... -,

!r met me on the street and asked mt TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental'and Memphle. Tenu ................. 8 sop ......... ...... ,
to walk along with him to his uncle's Through "The Lend of the Sky."Na:I 3"r Hot "prlnge, Ark ....,.......... 9 20. ....... ...."

house. I trailed along. We played HAVA NA Steamship Company Lv Jack.ouyllIe..... ...........&'o ky I 7 SIp-..... INo 13-"Tbe Florldfl Limited." Daily Solid
r some billiards, and he sprung old L Lv ..avoollah.O..80, 1 1PttS John Trevor found AI''Columbia B, C, ....,.,.......Bo Ry 6 ooa ........?. man sleeping ar.Jackronvilletoincinnati. 1
on me. must have SOMETHING( NEW AI'' A.hvllla.N. .. .
e.0Ae Ry I SOP .........
out that I knew about the Wllmot- Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tne'prtncipa: Knoxville'en.,Qw: :::.:.:.:. Ry 6 371' ..... ... N o. III-Pullman !)I'awlng Room Siae' '
1 Shoreham case, and he hoped that i L railroads In the Southern :States; sale by the : to Ry 001> bet..e.. aCa.oOV II I e. "I'1II1ngI13' Me. aphhp sAr
: are on principal agents. LoIII.yl11.:........::::. ::::. y 8 ::::.:::: and lianeae "
Clty.
l John could get something damagingout Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to.New York, via Atlantic Coast Line. .A.r 8t Louis.......................So Ity 4 Sap1Sa Son ..... .... .
of me. Well he didn't" I Frank C." B lyleston., Commercial: Agent W. D. Stark Traveling Passenger Ar Llndnnatl, Ohio .....,... Q Jt; C 8 ......... No. 8-"Chlon and Florida IIpoeI81."

About 6 o'clock on the following afternoon I Agent, 138 West Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. H. M. Emerson. Na ao-Dflily. Pullman DrowinpROOm, and..vr.tlLnle tram, ullmno Drnwing +Koum Solid Con I .
Traffic Mana er W. J. Craig General N. C. Bullet 8Ie..ploK.Cal' between hetwoen Jaakaunvllle \
II I I Shoreham was walking to hi* 'I :, Passenger Agent, Wilmington, I.ln6Ino..U.: JacksouYllle end Hall" Vblollllo,Lfev"ll1ad, D"trolt al"18. Clnotn t.1ouu,
when his "
lodgings eyes beheld a spec i } :/

\' tacle that rooted him to the spot Upon I I Excellent Dining Car Service I ,). It ";

the opposite side of the street in earnest !
conversation stood Lucius Trevor 'ARRIVAI.8 .A.T JACK8oNV .LBI; ,' 1

and James: Wllmot i 'roll1 Prom, New New York York,Wa.bington" ,,ele.-No.. ag"Wanhingt II ,and Florida Umlred"9:00: a. m. :
Rcadadxs W."llIlIt011 jlt -No. '.
'rol1-rou f 31 Southern'
B ALLT: LIKE HTM oseAwful From New l'uhn idmlei. t '
York Washington .
)'' Shoreham had had no Idea that his ,From Cincinnati elo..No. 33, "WnHhlnKtou snd Florida Rxnre.s.7:4o'p, j'y
about It The name was mentioned AhvtBe eta.-No sp." m. "
It a former partner was within: 10,000 mile. From (;hlcarco .Incionatl Atlunta"ete' iil"iiTorrirti'!\ ? """" 9_a. moO a
t'r Quite casually. But I took the opportunity of that place. The last news he had Are sure indications of some form of stomach PromUhlongoCluannaUtkotmmagaAtlnntnata.No.U't. : i ?."- 9'3.5' a.'111. l' ;
:a Ifl I l to tell him that I understood thl F trouble biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will tlpeollllgl'5 p.m
heard of him d
was that the man had I[r. LUSK, Dwt. P...
r kI matter fully and that you were Imply gone to New Zealand. I I next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above all, Agent, 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. ,\

l+ the victim of misfortune; that theril' The two men talked for a matter: often I dou'ttaka calomel or qnlalQ&-both ore dangerousHERBINE W. H. TAYLOE G. P, A.. 1J.rW" $*...,

', failure of the firm came by no fault ot. minute., while Shorefcam, unobserved r i V I.H.HARaWICK: P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN, A. o. p. A "I 1 ,

'1 + ; yours, but through sheer ill luck.* << watched them from the other \ ,

, .There can be no possible doubt thaisome .
y side of the street When they separated W I
r .one Is working against me," suddenly I be followed Wilmot and presently has ab their virtues! -none of their "l. '

p observed Shoreham. called him by name. They had not deadly effects. HERBINE taken '
'D.
r "But who would wish to Injure yon T' parted'in a cordial fashion trve ;years regularly will forestall headaches,putt W, FBNTQN & '60.Undertakers :j j

+'a ,i she exclaimed. "And who knows anything before but they greeted each other like the digestive organs In perfect condW .

i about itr old friends, as Is the way: of the world tlon, head off bOlousnoga, headaches :
it lira ills, keep ;you ia good health. :
: M"Nobody: Jn this city he replied "ex This la what Shoreham learned in andEmbalmers
Dudley Drew," I r TRY IT TO-DAY. ,
t rapt the ensuing conversation: : That Trevor
"
Dudley Drew I" exclaimed Alice rte had In some unknown discovered aGo v BottU. AU zm.sa. '
way; ,
_
.
Ing. "Wh,. he was at my; uncle's honst Wilmot's presence in the city! and also :, 't;) ,

last evening. the fact that the man wt,nearly; pen Sold at'Riegers Drig''Store., ruber: Block ,

i, "What la the 'wide world was h< nUesl that he lad o> l.WUmot r.> Narcissus Street :;WEST PALM BEACH,,,f LA



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J JAEAliESE PURSUING ed In Tollltol's yVar and Peacof: SITUATION I IN GOTH A.M.. shot: A ncpro wheeled 'i'ftredashot. : -

Zola's-.,"!* Debacle." .a closo ranger, and the bullet '
I While Strike! la Called Off, Still the struck Officer Nv777YYvv77TY7177vYTYvYvvI7vvvyvvitt77v77 'l1Tv7T"la
u'' The war office admits tha even tb Cheshire in the breast,

THE RUSSIAN ARMY remnants of tW army and still" In dan' Cars Are Running IrreQula.ly.New and Mia reeled, steadied himself and E ,
York, March 13.--That the con.
fired
ger. Field M&rshul, Oyivnia" holds a at his assailant, who escaped,
ditions are.resulting on the strike on .
magnificent strategic position. It li "
.. the rnterborough flapid.Translt company's TRAINS COlL.ICE"'I IN COLORADO." g CREX
t reported'that the Japanese flanking ,
.
Victorious > lines has not been adjusted
Unable
r ," Army To columns are In touch about Tie Past <
But
'
which wasplainly apparent today.Although No Person Killed Aro Injured 'J:
and that there \
jnaybe.a Sedan there ,
<
p' Count Prisoners Taken 1 ) the strikers were repudiated ,\ i Some Seriously. >i'< .. .
No adequate estimate of the 100ae.4 : : e -L, '
bas been furnished, >but with the units by their national organizations and I Colorado Springs\ Colo., March 13.- ... .. ..- c
even advised by their local officers to
RECALL Missouri Pacific passenger train No.
WILL 'captured
QjEN. 'KUROPATKIfJ on the left unaccounted, for, '
the killed, or wound4'dlJree.dr!' : total i make an effort to get buck their'old 11, southbound Tuning on the Denver
i
It Is Highly Improbably' that. the Rus. know 66,000. The war office does not even) had,places anounced and the thot Interborbugb the effect company of the; Denver and and Rio Rio Grande Grande, collided passenger with the horn the Plains of Wisconsin and Minnesota :

lana Can,, Escape Even .w'th' 'a Cor accurately what unit were cap strike had -passed the schedules were train No. 4, north-bound, at Fountain, :

por l'., Quard-Russian' Capital If more Irregular and inadequate. today ,14 miles south of here, and"10 persons Spring it ftpontiintotts, growth 5a3

?t In Gloom. Baltic Fleet at Madagascar than at any time since last Thursday.Erven were injured. The most senouslly In' E of equlHitely. colored roundraslC 1.

In the subway, where the .company jured are: from which baa been StM'
,: Port Luis, Island of Maurltlu,, == /(
''oklo, March 13, 11 am., .-Army March 13.The squadron, commandedby concentrated nearly its entire Conductor J. F. Creighton, of the dining created the marvel of modern
headquarters makes efforts for several days for perfectinga car; may'die. : it5it : .7 vi
the Vice
following Admiral
announc&ment Roy' stvonsky t
wa force ot operatives from among the Charles R. Richardson ot i =r t;; I-/, commerce familiarly Known. aa h+
Butfalon
still at Nossl De Island off: the north
] :
.etrike-breakers, andwhere,,, everything N. Y. ;? "Crex Crass Producu." This
p. All our forces have advanced, north, coast: of the Island of Madagascar: appeared to be approaching/ ; a norms Mrs. Richardson. '
1 world's
when the Messagerlt marltlme's steam it i; wonderful grass-the
pursuing the enemy In all! directions basis last week, the service today was Train No. 4 'was heading In from
and Inflicting heavy damage and' they er Oxua passed there March 4. It is far from satisfactory. Trains were the -": i most beautiful ,harvest-grows
south end of the side track to allow r r.5iii' .
t
t have defe to f
at
remain Nossl De until the
I resistance at various places. at reduced sipeedt '' make the main line, No 11 crashed In. that produces nothing else
end of
April. The of the Russian
crews
completely
Our
forces have
cleared All trains overcrowd.
greatly
were to the dining It together
car
overturning ;rs l the wild flowers
=
save
ships were drilling night and' day, fil / pretty
the enemy out of the district 25 miles ed. It was on the elevated lines that with a tourist sleeper met'
north of Mukden, and on, Sunday.. were and frequently engaged. In firing prac the conditions were at their worst 1Le' ri I = thAt enliven the aspect of

ks Atlll pursuing them. tice. however. Tie Ninth, and B.Jxt1: avenue t, Kentucky Feudists Under Arrest. f l ripening grain and testify to
''t There, la no. confirmation. of the rumors # / ;
The Russians abandoned countless ]lines the- westside which '
were
on = -
Lexington, Ky., March 13. -Senator the pure and ,wholesome life
carts ot supplies and ammunition in current at Tamatave, (Madagascar making fairly good time last week, Alexander Haggis' and his brother C
y ;-, to the effect that' the Russian of this prairie COUll try.
the .Jstrlct.Tf 13 mliea.Jrom the vk have .were operated today apparently ,withgreat'"dlfficulty. County Judge James Hargts. .{' the cis 1
.
smairisIancT'la'the"
Indian
.
chatty of Kaollntun, outh of Clilullkotu' county of Breathwere ,brought here / "

w ', west of the railway and 16 mUes ocean to serve as a naval base As far uptown as One hundred and today by a special bailiff and placed in The :nature 'of-the soilJreeil *

north of Mukden. MRS. (Sixteenth ''street the cars became Jail. Both prisoners were; taken into ,, frojn; ail mineral ub&tanceBnakea> the gress! -;wbollyifibre: ,.;..Another i
CHADWICK
.
No time has yet been dead to count IS GUILTY. crowded and a repetition of last ( '' '"
; the.jail office and not locked up, pending for manufacture' and a
; 'word ndaptibUity to the manj/methods'; verylongJ
+ G the;men. week's.scenes .of packed trains; people steps to be "taken by 'their attorneys .; ; I
One of the colors captured belongedto.4he Declares Jury But Her Lawyers Will unable -td g@tP' aboard and' male for securing ball. Ed Cailahaii J wear. Practically'I] I it i ia Indestructible: ,,, ..11'tI wear s&,,''j'f.--' (: ,' ,n ..,(,,''

162nd regiment from the Vllna Appeal to Higher Court. cllmiblixg' to: "the roofs, ;were repeated. and Elbert Hargls were not with the Being wholly fibre, It'a sanitary J.produce f )and. moth,; ,' will I not;ittack

i dJstrlctwhich, 'bad been engaged In Cleveland 0., March 13.-In speak Bvea-d-urlng the -rush hours from \'jlG; part. ISbert is at Breathitt, havinggone' lt \i. ,. ', ,: ;'; i'4: :); :'W" "
ing of the verdict of the Jury In' the ., 'Y '' ,'
+ 'to 30 \\I:\
three previous wars. minutes would pass between d ; ;\
h '
to the 'country to tell his moth.er' ,
'Furniture In nil designs. .' "!"" ., : '" %,
trial! 'of his client, Mrs. Chad wick, J. 'IJ.; :1' ,"
'Our Slnmlntln garrison Has arrested trains. t ill ,I'
4{ goodby, and it Was said'- thait 00 did ,
J. Difwley, (her senior counsel saidtliat" "' (i" '
(
> "T Art V, '
a, :paroled Russian officer from > Port not get back in time to catch the ; Squares 6x9: l'10.,9:1't2.: :
the verdict)was* not according to O1 I i '' .,v "
l Arthur who broke his parole'at ySI TJ'boWN BY GAMBLERS. .
Shanghai :! traIn Ed Callahan. Is at 'home suffering "* ': .
.tb.$.tertnJII pf-the Indictment and that .,, Rugs I In all sizes I .,.!' ,\tq\M'' ,. r
\\ and proceeded to Slnmlntl#. ): ,; 'I from pneumonia. Callahan, was a '
.. tbe case would be taken to the courtofappeals' '
Additional stores Intended for the Officer Making a Raid on GamblingleDangerously ,' Indicted for'the murder of> JaimesCockreli "
Hussions! have been: seized at "Sln at Cincinnati as soon as Wounded. .- '' ; -
I
mlntln., possible.Mr. (Atlanta.March.33.-'County,' Policenian'Walter'Cheshire lVIi. : GRUBEYT R.hAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA
Dawley saw Mrs. Chadwlck for shot ,I '' Et
was I ,
a time at the. jail and said she was I Safe Blowers In Kentucky; i
.Russians Nearing Tie Pass. somewhat down land \\prpbab. )y. ,!fatally ,wounded! Paduca, Ky., March 13.-It was learned
prostrated the verdict
Q !lover of net
of a
Sunday night by one gang
TIe 13.- her today that thieves blew the safe '
Pass Manchuria March but he assured that he felt I s
Th,5 Russians are nearing their Tie there were*good grounds for hopingfor' gro gamblers. who were station'raided',, in a in .the Bank:,, ot Benton, Ky., 24 miles .AUUSAAAAAAAAUUAAAAAAAAausae5. ;

la Peas positions. a reversal of the verdict and this house,. near the1officer'Howell'a, Tag from here and) ':got away with |4,000during
shooting! of occurred }nsldethe' ..
the night. The robbers ------ .
The information '' are "
Japanese detachments; continue cheered Mrs. 'Chadwick house In and the'Vaffilrwas .
tbeidark>
k northward movement 'of Mukden!: ''constderaMy.. Mr: Dawleyeald'! that one of'of'the-'most' ( tftat bas supposed to have numbered four They .y /f TTTTYYTTTVYTT.TTTTTTTTYTTTYYYYTYYYYYYYr 1SUMMER
exciting ,
.
'
HM* his client had a very unfortunate jury been recorded the police I In stole a handcar and came this way, .
among '
'
when wholly unaccustomed to bank. the car being found 8 miles' from the
News at Washington. '' HOTEL=: CHICAGO
'
many years.
lag traD8n.ctlons ordealing largely In city; An unsuccessful effort to blow : :
;'jVyWrhlngton: March 13.MinisterGtlrjcora Just as four policemen stepped into i
the bank made two
the if same was years
'borrowlngii-ot
.drae cab(edtbe'slatggpas!: : ; money, q-tc.; the &,)fo
meat from- TokU "uxrder"..i.yesterday. jurymen thelr'mlnds pould the'lmpres'slon, (bavJB ellmlna-tpd; l" they prob-from gambling on. the Sabbath. the soonJ lamp ago. I I-IOT'EIA DEl P ADOI

date as follows: was suddenly kicked over and no
y ''Official reports Japanese army ably had formed an4! tried the prls er had the place become surroundedwith Steampr on Fire at Manila. E A III h.If1sS: Family and Transient Hotel.
oner on lie one question involved in Manila March 13.-Fire has broken
20,000 prisoners on the 11th." darkness than the negro outlaws Located between Wimhlnffton and Madlnon fn/ntlrtt
captured the indictment he felt sure the verdict out In the main bold of the British Avenues on the Midway
'Another: official dated today drew' pistols and began firing. Boalavaril\ adjourning the Chicago Untver.lryParlor
report steamer Heathburn
would ''have been which arrived at
from Toklo reads:, 1 J'i >:-* : different.! Aa each pistol,flashed the room was: and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board rot Two People, r
Manila Jan. 31
Prominent attorneys with whom he from Barry, Wales, from $30 to S40 Week .
momentarily lighted, only to per
"Russian losses 40,000 grow
over 155,000; and is The being
spreading. is
had' talked and who had followed the cargo -
prisoners; t,500 dead. on the field,,andabout It as their opinion that no darker than before. Th@ affair lasted discharged and the holds are being Twelve minutes from down tow,' via IMInolH Central Railway, =-
90,000 casualties." case gave only a few seconds. The officers '. E All trades, atop at 6lrtl l !St.; .. to which bearers should he checked.
case had been. made against Mrs. Chad. lIoode ;
could do nothing except told their! BRADLEY &; MUSERVB. Proprietor..
wick. ---- -- -
weapons In their hands and wait. Aj E =
v.pWltt'aLiftl
-- Situation In St..,Petersburg Early Risers
< soon as the negroes'made a flash from ..AAA..AAA.AAA.A.AAAA..A..A.. ...AAAAAA AA.A.AAA..
St. Petersburg March 13.::": /6:45): p.m. MINISTER GOES ON TRIAL. the house one tif the officers fired, a The famous little pills. s :l li

iBraperor Nicholas has summoned a -

'wat' council for tomorrow, at which He I Is Accused of Assault and Battery

the whole situation will be considered.The 1 and Abandonment of Family. To Consumers Only : FiQest Printing THE TROPICAL SUN

announcement made In the New 'Brunswick K. J., March 13.-

:name of the government Ja the, face The trial .of J' F.. Cordova, the unr 4 Job Departments
if P1ea ed.
'Remember you will get;your monev back not i
Smoked minister and formerly
of'the overwhelming disaster suffered pastorof .
by General Kuropatkln. that .a fresh' the Conklin Methodist Episcopal We have been Billing the very best Block Butter made in the world- ---- -- ----- 1IIwu

army would be raised and the war church of South River, who is chargedby "DIAMOND X" brand-below the wholesale mal et price all the season :- :

proceed and the hlliui'hty.attltude as- his wife with assault! and< battery. We hare sold
X.
Every new customer was a sure convert to "Diamond Sirfa :
all be simply and: abandonment, as a result of two j-
after '
eumed' by Japan may,
Four Thousand Five Hundred Pounds(] of this Butter in the laetSixty: Days. tw' M
a sparring for position, which Is was begun The wholesale price lu Jacksonville Is 3Gn per lb. in cane lots. We have 1
) the prelude to peace. of the village blacksmith
So far as the public here Is concerned here today. Five Hundred: Pounds in stock which we will sell to consumers ouly. At 35c ,

Miss Bowne the Ib.'block: blocks for $1.00 not more than 3 His. at one time. : -" {-' F yr oTriWeekly
peace la the only thing thought Julia young woman per ; V3, ; SH'1'' ". .'-""f:- (
of .the sentiment being that: If diplomacy with whom' Cordova twice'' fled, has -*v -,' *.iifJ.JVjfy
14 IDS of Sugar $1 00 Fresh Cottolene lie a pound
can now bring the warring powers persistently declined to forsake him

Into negotiation, peace will follow. and was brought into court; today as Armour's Star Ham loo a pound in pails from 2 to 10 pounds. y & y*

diplomatists believe that terras an extremely unwilling witness. She,
Many Armour's Bacon 15ca Uo.y l Bakiug' Powder 40c pound cans
Breakfast
been In witness
acceptable to both are only possibleon has kept jail as a ,

the basis not of ordinary peace, steadfastly refusing to accept ball for Lard 80 a pound Corn and Roast Beef lie pound cans ,; S3srs

but more In the nature of alliance her release
which would distinctly define and The first elopement of the pair occurred West Palm Beach; has a fine grave yard, but we are not going to be: t

guarantee the positions of the respective last May but they returned to buried in it, are you? .

In'the Far. East In the fu South River soon afterward. A few -
powers Cash for Groceries anil'CM Out of That Hole.
ture. It Is certain! however, that Rus- weeks ago they again eloped going to Pay us your <

81a. as yet has made no move. Here Washington, where they were apprehended LWe will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar spent for Groceries. .--r -r %

:1 confusion stilt reigns In the' higher circles and brought here under arrest. Respectfully, -

and the emperor Y, that be must yield. to Cordova and he has repeatedly THE''' LAKE WORTH ,GROCERY CO. ie9
Some of the emperor's advisers In. declared his willingness to'accept pun By H. J. BURKHARDTAcross

It slay that the government Is Irrevocably ishment' if Miss Bowne Is unharmed. The Lake.s .

committed to the war, that It

would be harder to stop than to go on, Decision In a Peonage Caae.

and that If the war Is Indefinitely prolonged Washington. March 1,3.-In. the peon. Sailings Between
,
$
the financial resources of Jai age case against Samuel l Clyatt, vs.
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pan are sure to 'be exhausted before the United States tie\ supreme! court JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK

Russia's. while Russia's prestige of the United States today reversedthe The Beach Club
Calling .t Chartmton. S.C., both w*ja.
it phe! decision of the circuit court of '
I abroad Is Irreparably gone ( appeals J.J THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THtt COASTWISE SERVICE
bends the knee. The situation Is not for the fifth: circuit in favor ,ol -
pecoaronArxu)
dissimilar to that which, prevailed at Clyatt, who was charged with '"return- rilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND 'AND SOUTHERN LINESDirect

the end of the Crimean' 'war, when Ing" to Involuntary servitudetwo',negroes
..,...
Nicholas 1 took a sudden decision to named Gordon and Ridley. The .J} Restaurant Service Bet. ,
BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, i
h, conclude peace on the best terms ob. opinion was!/ handed wn by Justice JACKSONVILLE AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. 1

;' tamable The effect" on the internal Brewer and .while Lt upheld the const"tuticma'Hty' !l' h.} tivfreakfast Culling- Ch.rleston both way., a

situation of either' 'alternative will of the' law'ror'the punishment ... I ''ItE U.'YEE1U.YIIIAILING8..! iJI

probably"gOYedu"the flnaTdeclsIon. i of peonage It 'held that aa the rec. Southbound From ,Lewis' Wharf Boston

The practical difficulties not /only In ord failed ,to show thai:' the negroes : : Itcineheonbinnett, : ". Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
rettlrig a new army to the'''front,"but had ever before been' In' .custody;'the

Jn :actually mobilizing it.are appreciated .charge ot "return" hem! could- not 4>,4sustained. I'" AT ALL HOURS CLYDE ST., JOHNS RIVER LINE ,

even ':it the war office, where ; ." i .. 'Between Jacksonville and 3anford. f;
officers 'reluctantly' declare );tFar i. ,. I" )
many "
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'victory":' under the pres.eat ,, ''Wealthy{woman Robbed. \ _,. 'e Stopping, at,Palatka Astor, St. Francis Bareslord (DeLand) and
idle to hope 1< ; ,." "\ '1 d'' ? Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River Y'
circumstances. Another general! is!-" Wlriil- -
""New York, March Mrs. "
mobilization might set the country. In low Judson,
flames. At home the elenienla)which JosephMo':, has notified p1e Brooklyn of, ';Three or: riore:; ,, f"" ".. ..rreyk D e B a r'y" .. .. "
to force the emperor's hand: she has been robbed of fire
are trying police that ,
at 8:80: m
Saturdays
Ire appointed to aall a. follo.-Leav. Jacksonville, dally except p.
would employ either (horn of the. {tt rings valued at ;31,300 besides) valuable : ': Returning
lemma eleoted'whether peace-on con papers ftnd) some cash, on ,a .
(tct lot '' Southbound S<;>hedul.. NorthboundRead
tlnuatlon of then) war press-: flu niighton'Beach'train.The; robbery nj>. m

,u,,: granting, of a constitution. They deClare occurred while >hei ;web 'taking nei Open To Members Only J Jc Leave Read 3 30 down.pm .,... ............ ....JACKSONVII.I.B. .., ..... .............Arrive. 1 oa am

the government Ja now;: Ins corner grandchildren od in excursionto! to the, SEASON OP 1903; U 1(3pm............ .......... ...... .PALATKA................,. ... .....Leave, 8 co pm

from which there Is no escape beach. .* } roam .."d'.'.'.. .................. ASTOR ..... ..._.......... ..... ...... (30 pm ka,
"v .. 4 jo.m'................ ....... .. ,.... FRANCIS.......... ................. loopm k
I N :. "" ** r MHMirrive .. ... ... ..........,,B ?.BSFORD( (D.I8ANFOR0 )............... ... OOptB
I7 Without the, support of the* people. Bank Vault Blqwn! Open. t 30 am.. ._."... ..,........I.,.... ...... .................,. ....:......t .* 930....,
'St. .Petersburg! 'March 1a-lS0! : p Fremont i, 0., March 13.-Tbe vault ol ----trCrTY -- .' to OO am....."...._....-....".!...i..."ENTEKPBISfeI ............. ....."..."...... ", to OO am

in. --No further Russtaa news' waa're the Genoa, Banking cet pan3t: of Genoa
and Ticket Office. 122 W..Bay St.. Jacksonville! vFM
MARKET General Passenger
morning but MEAT
r celved from the front this was blown open last night by three ,
the magnitude of the catastrophe it unknown''' men: A posse' oft citizens IRUNMUNUEWJr.AU'SUen'It'awAatuSweasSayst..JackeonviiI! ,' PU.a""rtlh fJ
Meats Game and wia.COOPERJr. C.Y. .LOV ELL, Sup'..
Florida *ud Western Poultry, Eggs. : pulJlh'Art.
now apparent to all. ere. Where th< are pursuit.. All surrounding sheriffs Moot 0' Hngas etl'l8,Jaoaeeaville :Florld ?,
curtain has been slightly lifted the picture bave been notified. The thlevei. Mall Orders' Receive Careful'Attention w A.o. rrAOERTY Gent a..1''''. A.e.. New VOl k. CLy"E w m LY ".OOI&l i Art L;(J.,,N. Y

of the awful retreat makes tbs are' reported to have secured 2,000 in .I 'JUCU o. EOItR: Manager; OeDeral Ale,,'. I''
depict% 'negotiable Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH eb"uCb :Uulldlna M State Street rfew Pork ;t
X flesh reap rsca hint the scenes; cash and $50,000 paper. : ,1

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t L THE UNEXPECTED ) DIVINE WORSHIP TOMORROWRegular y-trfeodito rESTATE ...

aerrloes at the Baptist: I.

church sir follows Sunday-school at: THE
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10 a. in., preaching every Sunday at ''
,uyJ 11 a. ta. and''7 P- m.. et+I1dien'e meetIng : :
4 ,1 every Sunday at 3 p. m., B. Yl 1". "
U. 'every Sunday 'at'6:30. .li"". m. Prayer TROPICAL

p __ meeting every Wednesday evening at ), ". ,'r<
T p, m. A cordial welcome la extended .-. .

'toevoryoneto.all, of the .!trYloe .

i 'Regular iervices at the Codg'egatioa'at E t';. I ;if1; -

church tomorrow morning and evening

1 1J at the nsnal 'houra/ :oadlJcted'by'tbe ,/ .
p astorr Rev. P.W.: Weatherwax. 'Mr*.
a 4 f J f ; 1)) ,.. 1 Grace Canoavaa will sing[ : at tbe morn- It 1
1y}
0 l' 1 I leg service., i

TjKirfl enrlcea will be held at the .

Methodist church: tomorrow morning and A' r,
evening,at It'and 7:30 o'clock,'eondact
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ed by the pastor,-Rev. Di>.'Henry Hlce.: N 1 rte' a *"* ;
The-public cordially invited. '. ACt1l hth This week: offers

'Sen-Ice."at
Holy Trinity Sundays ,
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Celebration 7 a. m. morning prayer .... ,
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and, sermon, 11 L'm.;. evening prayer tr
1 and sermon, 7:15 p..m.; SUDdar- chool: ,. Q '"' ,a c a! >, \\r. r. ii1iir ii!
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rr? ,'I'I' J to; I. 2 1:30 Celebration a. en. Friday Holy.,Daya: Litany.,'9 a >m.a. m.; S v f l r ,

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i \ 8h.l "If ]you had no Idea whn w. could gt married why did you prop*** At Uie'Bpiicopal'Church of Betliesda- in-
." .r"Ho' by-tne-Sea will be mornin j'prayer ",
t. m there ,
id. ..... ,, .. 1:>' L... i H "t,
th. dr, I had you would oooopt
"To tell Y." truth my no ma. on Sunday at if o'clock, and ser;non by \< '
II lev. Charles Temple. The steamboat Front Cottages-Residences in West Palm Beach--Residence ,i

** fit I .". "...... """Ia". To. C_" faltu Beach will; leave the wharf of the and Hotel feitea'and Winter Homes at' Palm Beach, north of Royal Poinclana grenade-:Beautiful "
left Eton In 1803. about wblcbume Should there be in tbe neigh-
'Hogg persons Hotel Royal Polnctana at 10:30: for iJ e 4 Lake Front Late in full view of East Hide hotel grounds and cottages-Furnished and Unfurnished ,
for memorable
ti \ he met Ruskin a borhood who are engaged |la illegal fishing church, after aervice.
i f' moment He bad run Into, a. room it would be well lor them to take retaining: Houses 'forest Palm Beach.WPThese f f'J
"where his' sister' was painting underBoakJn's 'f '
warning and quit before the arm of the "Sermon DeviL" :'" ; .a
tie Bee It-
by
He did not notice Rna !
i eye. law Is laid upon them.' Only last weeka read It. A Idner-a bargains are well worth investigation
4 (C kin; bat"went to bl! sinter and mad .
fine of $50 each: was imposed five ,
f .om.laughing' remark to her. "Ton upon .--. -. .--- by any prospective buyers.of property on either aide of Lake Worth.
l' k while said parties Titusville for fishing with a net .
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'i" had better laugh you can For Sale, To Rent,Boardlng.Furnlahed i .' !t., '
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'6 ,I Bnalcln, "for everyear you live yon in the Indian river. '
first door of Bank.
north Dade
Office State
Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at County .I
x "will become more and more miserable. ,. ..
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t t I From "Life of Quintln, Hogg... Fine line of hammocks at Gruber's.Fined The Tropical Sun, office. .. ... .''a 1' ,_ .. .- i,

r' ... ,...... candles- : ::,; .
i I. Tea Drl.kl. display of candies in the city at Finest at the Ma- .

'. In this age of mental tension, high the Majewski Bakery. Jewskl bakery ,
y.
,. pressure and overstrain tea la felt to I 'i,,;.;.
be doing much to overstock our luna FIne line of latest style visiting :BARGAINSin
w tic ..,.Iumll. There can be little doubt cards and latest In letters, at The .: Working Night and Day. THE MODEL 'PHARMACY V
that tea drinking. 111 a form of Intemperance Tropical SiltCaU and see sample The busiest and mightiest little thing .
1, In these days, a national and I
i that ever was made la Dr.
New
Binge REAL
ESTATE
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female Intoxication second only to that Big line of bed spreads. Crnber's. Life Has settled down to business for 1905.
} of drink and In some respects Pills. These pills change weak-
p. \ strong ''
Palm Beach Residence Lot-Two mile
J.i ;' perhaps even more Injurious.-Family All farmers desiring loans should ness Into strength, listlessness Into Entering
north of Poinciana for tale at a bargain. the new year we
?r Doctor. address or call on the Realty Mortgage energy, brain-fag Into I mental power.They're .
Plantation and Residence-forty
1.. Company West Palm BeachFlaPalm wonderful In building up the Pineapple, ten
five acres on canal near Jupiter
to.eelied.i Beach. Fla. n9tf Mean
C,, kJ. f health. Only 25o per box/ Sold by all acres shedded Dines first.class groom to do our best '.
i jfI{ I', L.lee-Dld you ever come across a druggists. house, windmill, tank piping, for sale
2 conceited fellow than Bulgert The Tropical Sun Is always on sale '
\1''',' { 'J'J. They more say he In an atheist and I believe at Idner & Bon's.T. very I.cheap" for cash. Apply. to \Jn all occasions keep on hand ..

: 1 .. t i he Is. Bonter-'I wouldn't like togo Prettiest line of office stationery, WALLACE R. MOSES, ," '
R VrOInley, undertaker and
am- Due '
J ;1 ;, so far as that, but I know that bedoesn't baalmer West Palm Beach: Fla. business cards, etc., ever seen in city. West Palm Beach.. supply of Perfumes.Soaps :
Jk r" recognize the existence of a superior The Tropical Sun. "
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f u being.-Town and Country.; When you buy bread, why not have and The Realty' Mortgage Company of f Eeu de Cologne and other articles ,
J'' /r:; the beat? The splendid reputation School: ,Inks, supplies and Wont Palm Beach, Fla., has an abund-
'" I 1"" A 110." $rveitloB.. Majewslcl's bread Is making for itself blank books: at loner's.. ance of funds.to loan farmers., n9tf Likely to please our customers .0 j
after
"You know, said Miss Kreech
Is due to the care taken In baking. It 1 I
her solo, "I Intend to go abroad to finish t _
; my.musical! education Is always the beat; Its Quality cannot Peep. in on our new and. ;
; "Why not finish It right now," sug be excelled: Try It. )
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ex1: Ijl andsome'display of ATHROOM \ 1
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For ......... ; Accessories & see what adds : ,
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to "Lucy," asked tbe teacher, "what 'lathe E .
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meaning of 'succinct?'*" Get Lane. comfort to lavatories -' \I. 1
? "It means short ma'.In.IooA ." r '. ,,' : i .. 'n ,v "" 1
rabbit has a'succinct: tall."-Chicago : to, do your Men's Furnishings & shoes tL lixing Drugs is Scientifically done ", '..1.1A'

Tribune. .. I. ,', : ,I
Oas Engine fit'our Store where delicious Ice f
t '; No road 'Is too Ions to the man who % 1
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,r., iu advance deliberately and without undue Repairing ".-., CREAM from Famous BILTKlORE, '\

r l I haste.-Bruyere. Sole Agents for.this City for the following '
r I } YOU may h__ .. er.x cdtoyou rJr 'yk'I Strong Lines of Herchandise _. t, -.-'" ...... ", '...**.* *,H' Air ....

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Buy Lose,'t, Shoes for MenThe .. A ... ---- ,""\ "


r Cotll( Furniture "BanUter". ,Shoe, $5.00 and $0.00 "

You Fifty The ". Cr08 et ;''Shoe, /3 >f 4 and f 5 West Palm B ahL 1 1Towii :

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I 't" Orders. .. Mail When You "Y4_ .. The The. -""Peters",LaFraocer- ...,.. .-Shoe. .Shoe, $-2.50. .$3.00 and.....$.3.150... .. j I I h Resilience.i n Lots ;


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4,1 (. Prompt U. ( fiawes t1atsCla from $S OO,, up, +
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"Look'at this beautiful,QparteredOak China Cabinet, 71 'Inches high, 43 wide ;" --.- : s. ,. -. .reasonable time,''according .
With plain oak back only'19.75. With mirror back, I 10x36! and 4 8x36 will .
cost Jr.75 each extra. This i. a rare bargain.. Scad me the cash today ana I will to/irce: | 1;lot..
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