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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 19, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CIRCUIT COURT.; MATTERS OFLOCAL PARAGRAPHS I FRED STERRY-

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Several INTEREST PURELY PERSONALPeople
Important 'Cases' Tribute of AppreciationWell

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to West Palm Beach NOT STRANGERather People Whom You May or t
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The Circuit Court baa been busy thin and VlclnltJTbe \. May Not Know. Palm Beach motor carnival developed

week and has disposed of several of the \ ** ""- "" a new promoter of rare ability. That

most important. cases set for trial, among!: rock roller Is at work putting Mr. D. W, Fenton was a visitor to the Lake Worth afforded! an ideal course for

them the following\ the facts concerning Banyan street In shape. an odd condition of affairs! pre place on a stool in the vestibule of the county seat Wednesday racing was first suggested by Mr. W. j

which are gleaned from the Miami Rec-- Yesterday was St. :Patrick'* Day, and vailed in West Palm Beach one day this I I car. The train pulled out; the conduct. Mr. J. D. Mathis is assisting this week Gould :Brokaw, during his visit to Palm
-*rd: ors came Into the car tickets were in the Harris & Eppa men' furnishing Beach in 1903. Evidently DO one bad ")
was borne in mind by many of the Irish week. Would-be passenger oa a northbound ; pro-
Bert'' Freeman, charged with a..aalt' dtixena.. duced: ; conductors: hesitated about accepting house. thought of it beforebut when approached
with intent to kill. Jury found verdictfor : train essayed to buy tickets at the them,as the seats snreptittonsly The many friends of Rev Dr. C. A. on the subject Mr. Fred Sterry caught ;

aggravated assault. The case arose Frank Sheen has sold ten acres of land ticket. office at tbe station and werE very occupied: had been sold and belonged to Fnlwood will learn with regret that he the spirit of it at once and began pushing -

from a shooting which occurred near Saunders.At west of Fresh. Water to Attorney B. politely informed by the gentlemanly other parties; they looked at each other; Is seriously ill at Mlamt. the idea of a regatta: for high-speed

Boynton last Nevember. Freeman and agent that he could not sell them, aa all explanations and counter-explauationi: Mr. J, C. Hairis Is again able to be at i boats on the placid lake-really a salt-
a man by the name of Campbell, each: a meeting of the Miami Rifles on followed. The passengers were firm in his place of business, after bela."dowa !I water lagoon-that lies directly opposite
for train had been
tiding a bicycle after dark, met on the Thursday night, Mr G. D. Brosaier was seats tbe next spokenfor contending: for, their seats, and, finally, several days with la grippe. his mammoth hotel, the Royal Poinciana. -
road and a collision was narrowly avert elected: First Lieutenant. and tickets to the full extent sold I one conductor remarked .
to the other
: Don C. Morris who been
ed. The incident led to words and then Oscar ConVliu, of Miami, Is to entertain and paid for. I "I don't see as anything can be done; Mrs.'J. has As a hotel'manager Mr. Sterty is well
tbe guest of Mrs W. P. Hatch tt for several -
to a shot from Freeman's/ revolver.wbicb the Fortnightly Club of Palm Beach Here was a predicament. A lady ap- possession Is nine points of law, ," and weeks, returned home to Daytona known, for be stands at the head of the

nearly caused the death of Campbell.The next: : Friday night with a matinee of plicant bad written that abe would be the two paased on and everything was Wednesday.Mrs. work in the resort field; but as a pro-
defense waa that Campbell made a song. serene -the parties ultimately being moter he was unknown and needed prove
train due
on the which was soon to
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demonstration which: led Freeman to J, R. Anthony, is spending ing. After a profession had
Sheriff Krohoct was in the city this leave and four gentlemen were en route landed at their respective stations. promoter
believe that he was to be assailed with several days this week at Hardeevllle, the ball need of
a morning looking after a public boarder, to install an Odd Fellows' lodge; that The gentleman remarked to the writer put rolling, there was a
frock and he fired in self-defense. The whom he found and took back with himto night at Fort Pierce, and It waa an al that he had heard of people being DOable looking after the condition of her grove practical: man to take charge of the details ;

case will be appealed.W. Miami. i most absolute necessity that 'they pro- to ride because of a lack: of funds to at that place.AltorDeya and tnanage.the actual races. Fred

R. Ilealey, indicted for assault with Mrs. N. S. Barn ham received the sad' ceed on the train in question. buy tickets: ,but had never before run up C. C. Chllliugworth W. I. Sterry jumped into the breach and took
Intent to commit murder, appeared before against the proposition where a man was Metcalf and II. B. Saunders, Jr., were the work practically: out of the hands of
of the death of her slater Mrs-
news
the court and changed his plea of The agent realized the straits to which denied the privilege of riding when he among the legal fraternity attending the professional man, and there you aret
A. Hamilton of St. :
5.s not guilty to guilty. By consent of parties George Pans l\liua.'j these people were put, and finally told had already bought a ticket. He said court at Miami this week. It was success, as far as it could be

concerned, the court suspended sen. SIarch17.Messrs.: ,' them that he would sell them the tickets offered to ride on the brake-rods, providing Among the Went Palm Beach citizens with the few boats entered, and Mr. ;1
condition that defendant leave Lainhart & Dlmlcs realized! with the understanding that they would Proctor Smith' driving of the Challengerwill
tence on the road official would furnish a who were at Miami on business tbe pret-
and remain of ibis about $400 In prizes >t the Dade County' take their chances of standing up durIng I Into motorboat
out district.
judicial plank long enough to run to tbe aide of eut week were Messrs. J. B. Beach J. T. go history.
The case was the outcome of an attempt Fair, all of which were well deservedand tbe trip, and even further of being the car for the lady to fit on so' that she DeBerry aad J. B. McGinley. As an initial year in regattas: there was

on the part of Mr. Ilealey. while Intoxicated : well earned. prevented from boarding the cars by1+the I would not be necessarily: crowded. This County Tax Assessor George O. Butleris much learned, and it is said that another

to kill John B. Beach: a former Mr. J. II. Strnnk, telegraph operator' conductor. Tbe ticket*) were bought!: tbe I magnanimous offer, the gentleman revs, quite ill at his Lome in tbis city. He season will see "things doing" in earnest

partner in the fish business Should Mr. at the East Coast depot, has received the train rolled in, and, sure enough, each: was: declined by the said officials a act was at Miami when taken sick and come on the little Florida lake. A number

Ilealey violate this order of the court and appointment of ticket agent for the same individual met with tbe courteous re : which he considered was parsimonious home for treatment and care. of well-known men have signified their

return to West Palm Beach, or within, company at Miami. mark, "all full" from tbe train officials.: in the extreme. Mrs.F. Intention of entering motorboats, and
.M rsI1..c...Holib .M -ateouoin of .
i the bounds of the :Seventh Judicial l District Tuesday evening nf'lli8: the time for After trying in vain to convince tbe Such: Incidents as the'a'bov'e'are<'not to B. Everett.wbo has been visiting her with this they feel assured that the en-

of the State he will be liable to the regular monthly meeting of the City railroad men that they MVST go(; one of bis! wondered at when we take into con at her beautiful Olive street home, returned terp foe will not fall through if a man ;,

arrest and sentence, as prescribed' by :Council, and Wednesday evening for the forlorn party saw tbe door of a sideration the vast amount of travel that to Atlanta Wednesday like Fled Sterry stands back: of the nodertakjg. .

'the Board of Trade. smoker open, and quicker than a flash goes over. the East Coast road. The .
law.W. t Mrs. H. St. P. Gibson and her daughter
I. Wilson white, charged with Rev. Dr. S. S. Gil.ion, Preabyterilu, he made his discovery known to the other wonder is that the traffic I* handled so Tbe motor associations: are through
Miss Bessie of Staunton Va. after
forgery was tried and convicted. Wilson of Pittbburg: Pa., will occupy: the pulpitof and in a jiffy all the gentlemen were unusually well, the road at times being with grafters, and now look to the hlph-!
at The Vir-
spending a pleasant season
l '. .I.\\. was sentenced to the county jail at the Methodist church in thiii city tomorrow seated on forbidden property. Tbe ladyin taxed to its utmost to furnish necessary class: young business men to aid In carry-
for home.
' hard labor for six month This is the 1 tnorniiig and evening. the meantime bad found'a resting. coaches accommodate the people. ginia, Wednesday ing on the routine work necessary for a

'II man who forged: the name of J. C. Lau- 4! Arrivals at Minaret Cottage this week successful: meet.
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tber to an order for a pair of shoes. As a sort of wind up of the season, t are: L. E. Jones and wife Chicago; J. B. Mr. Sterry started at the age of 35 as

Sam Boldiog. charged witn grand larceny Gaboon-Pollock Stock Company will put Planning; for Next Season. Pleasant Entertainment.A Summer, Orlando; Julia F. lien rich, manager of the, Lakewood Hotel. His. a
" on three plays in the Opera-Hoase next Clara H. Henrlcb, L. T. Henrich, Buffalo career has been almost phenomenal and
: changed- bis plea of not guilty to Already plans are beingdiscaiwed look. very pleasant entertainment was : ,
- guilty of petit larceny: and was sent to week beginning: Monday ntght. lag toward attractions for Florida East given at tbe school house last eveningfor ,N. Y. for tbe last eight years be has managedthe

jail for three months at herd labor. The remnants of Schneiman stock, Coast resorts for the season of t9og-6. tbe benefit of the Girls' Athletic: Mr. M. J. Yarborough and B. D. Epps two huge hostelries at Palm Beach k
---- saved frrftii the fire in the Commercial this week with la and also the Homestead, at the VirginiaHot
--- -- Consultations are being held between Club. It WAS largely attended and con are recreating grippe

Facts Concerning Easter. ifolel bi.lldiair several weeks ago has tbe'aportiMgspirits and Dotes comparedwith sisted of music, games, fortune telling, as their entertainer. Both gentlemen Springs. The same energy that has

: been sold to Mrs. Carl Schrebnlck regard to time, place, nature of at. curio and refreshment sales, and wound are quite 111, but good medical treatment placed him foremost among the hotel .

Easter falls upon a later dale this year Missi Minnie and Goldie Grim, niecesof traction: and such other matters as nat up with a social hop. Everyone who at- and cure will bring them out all right. managers may be depended on to place

than it has for nineteen vear!. Easterof Dr. and Mrs. W. Broadwelt, tuhav j orally belong to preliminary arrange tended speaks of having had a good Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roy left last hint in the front rank of IIpeedtonraa'j

this year April 23, and the CUrist\w\ been spending part of the winter in West meats From what has been already time and the club: netted a neat little Wednesday for the North, en route to m..nt promoters.

feast has not come so late in the season i Palm Beach, will leave for their home in talked of it Is evident that motorboat sum Aa those two were the main feat. Three Rivers Mich., where they will Under bis management it is confidently

, stnce l8S6, when it fell on April 25- This Cellna Ohio, next Monday.The and automobile races will enter largely ures, I it may be characterized as. a grand spend several weeks and then go towhatIs belieyed that the Lake Worth'carni

. last date is the very latest on which next literary meeting of the Fanny into tbe sports along tbe East Coast the success.: known as the "Marsh," or peppermint val of 1906 will be tbe greatest motorboat -
Easter can come, and It will not fall regatta on this continent. II.
Ilaralson Gordon Chapter of United coming season. These events were so plantation. ,

Again on tbat date until! the year 1943. Daughters of the Confederacy, will be:: "taking" during the season just cloning Alligator Joe Capt. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson,of South In Motoring and Boating.
of days
' Easter ha a range thirty-five held at the home of Mrs. Benjamin that no doubt exists but that they will Norwalk, Conn., guests of Minaret Cot- i
on which it can fall. The earliest dateis Have you saen his famous exhibition, of For Spoony Lovers."
Pyles, Monday March 20, at 3 p.m. be enlarged: for next season. Not only I tage, who hate been enjoying the pleasures -
March and the latest is April 33. riding the "gator out in Lake Worth putting -
23 :Lou Carter the-neltro boy who was will Palm Beach and Daytona be scenesof I and beautiful climate of West Palm A dispatch from Providence, R. I.:; under -
Match and it will the Crocodile to sleep waking it at
In iSrS it fell on 22,
arrested Wednesday for stealing a suit of contest, but proposed plans place Beach for several weeks, left yesterday date of March 15 says: "Representa
the 3385. and the whole show?
not do so again until year command feeing
clothes And a bicycle: : was taken to Miami Jacksonville, Atlantic: Beach, St. Angus- i en route to their Northern borne. They tive Fred Newell's love for spoony lovers
much with their
which Is too far distant to cause : Of course the 'gators sleep
: tried, found guilty and sentenced tine, Miami, Cuba and Nassau on the will atop at Daytona for a week or ito killed abut in the House thia morning
generation. mouths and thus catch anything
worry among the present to nine months in jail at hard labor. Hat, and all manner of speculation: will open and sail from Jacksonville about April 3. which recommended that lights be displayed -
When Easter fell on April 3-the latest which dares to cross its jaws from a fly
until final is an on all bicycles after dark.
cate-In i8S5 it was the first time It had Wednesday, Messrs. II. S. Miller, Dr.J. be rife the program to a bird and from a mouse to a wild Mr. G II. Hartman and wife and Miss 'What

been ao late since 1726. Easter will fall E. Llddy George L, Bnnning and nounced. beast Take a wheel chair ride through Winifred Hartman, winter residents, left their bicycles spoony?' yelled couple: Mr.wants Newell lampson in

'on April 33 la 1916 and again in the year G. G. Currie went to Fort Pierce: to Install the new jungle terminating at the Alligator Thursday for St. Augustine.; After a his oratorical effort to save the
shady
a lodge of the Independent Orderof Confirmation at Holy Trinity. Farm. two week visit they will return. to their,
aoxm lanes of Rhode Island from becoming
Easter is the most important church: : Odd Fellows. The new lodge numbers During his visit to West Palm Beach home in Bowling Green, Ohio. They deserted of lovers on summer nights.

festival( tile year, because by its dates 23 members. Rt. Rev. Bishop* Wm. Crane Gray con Christian Science Services.First were accompanied by Miss Stella Under
wood a lady who has been havinga 'Think of tee loving!: boys and girl who
are fixed all the movable fe'usts of the T\e season comparatively closed, firmed a class o' five at Holy Trinity Church of Christ, Scientist: West good young time among the young people ride into our little State on summer

( Christian year. During the first three A. .Merchant} who ha been running Episcopal church, the ceremony taking I Palm Beach, Fla., up stairs in Masonic: during: her stay here. nights pedaling along on their bicycles,

) centuries of the Christian era Easter was his launch for excursions parties from place last Sunday. The! occasion was a Temple= west of Bank, on Clematis ave -----------' all unwary of a law in Rhode Island that of

d observed on different dates by the Greek Riviera to the Inlet, has returned to very impressive one and the candidate nue. Sunday services at 3Jop.JDSun.; Tourist and Homes eker. there mutt be lamp on bicycles.

church: the Roman; church and the Cal West Palm Beach and has his headquarters were Miss Lilly Lauther, Alfred J. day-school at ajop.m.; testimonial meetIngs Frederick Heifer, editor and general 'And then picture a count'ah.eriff.

.,,:iechurcb.: In that year, however, the on the East Side. Hill Trevatt Lockwood: Ralph Burk. at 7:30: p.m. on first third and fifth manager of tile Tourist and Homeseeker, his eye peeled for foea and his heart set f

Council of Nlcsea decided: the date of Misses Lorena and Mae Reede, of hardt and Henry Burkhardt. Appropriate Wednesdays In month All are cordi- was in West Palm Beach Thursday, in against the lover lIe swoops down

Taster. It was agreed that as the moon Cleveland Ohio, who have been guest music: was furnished by the vested' ally invited to these services. the Interest of his publication: which Islamied upon them and In a moment their little ;

had been fall on the night after the of the Bungalow for some time, will choir and an offertory solo was besnti- l monthly, at 10 cents for a whole dream la shattered. They are brought

crucifixion Easter must be governed by leave next Tuesday for their Northern tully rendered by Mrs. A. W. Pierce. Tbe Improved Order of Red Men helda year. The March number hat four more before a justice: and all the young man-

the phases of the moon and be a mov. home. They have enjoyed themselves dance in Zapf's Opera-House last night, pages than tbe previous issue, and is has In his clothes is the price of a packetof 1

: able feast tailing; on the first Sunday while her and will return next winter. Birthday Picnic. which: was largely attended and much filled with facts and figures, items of Interest cigarettes or two ice cream sodas
enjoyed. The Order has bad a wonderful .
after the full moon of the spring equinox.: : :Bid for 133,000 bonds, for Improve. Miss Annie Seabloom. teacher: of the growth in West Palm Beach and to the general public and those Ab, gentlemen.-wilt you allow this bill,

ments in Miami, were opened by the Sixth A and B grade In -the Public there seems to be no let who travel, seeking for health, pleasureand that would bring so much troubleto pass?
up.
Opera Next Week. Council in that city Thursday night and School, entertained. her scholar: on bet homes. It is also a good little magazine I entreat you to kill It.
the the Fort Dallas National for the home, and should have several ,'And with a laugh that resounded
evening awarded to'
Beginning on Monday was birthday anniversary, Thursday, by a Bicycles for rent at ao cents per hour
Gagnon-PollockStock: Company will hoU Bank. There were four bids received picnic: on the ocean beach: at the Clark 10 cents per hour after the first hour. hundred subscribers: in and around through the State House the members
for three II. Coffin broker. Chicago: 133,033, West Palm Beach, and it is to be'boped voted to "kill It."
forth In Zaprs Opera-'House 9 place. Besides her pupil several other R. B. Porter's Bicycle Store, Olive street
night The opening play 'will be "A less $666 for furnishing blank bonds; teachers participated-Miss Harris, Miss tf the publication will receive tbe hearty
National 'Bank, Columbus, Ohio, : support of tbe public in general and of For Sale.
Working Girl's Wrongs, a productionof First Angevine, McLaughlin* Mrs. GuyI When yon want bread that'Ia pare and
much merit and which is well spoken I.S3.r5; Fink National Bank, Miami. Metcalf: was also an invited guest.. It wholesome, do not forget that the place: this city in particular. Subscription are A mare,fifteen years old; good; seven

of wherever: placed before the public.: 133.311.35; Fort Dallas National Bank, was. about 4 o'clock when the happy to find It Is at the Majewskt 9aker:., pouring in from all over tb* North and ty-fiv dollars cash. II. S. Pennock,

The Gaguoa-Pollock Company is com. Miami, j4ooo, city to furnish blank party started and they had one roundf West and the future seems particularly West Jupiter, Fla. mrjS-tf
l ,' mended by the press In places they have bonds. unalloyed pleasure before their re Everything In the printing line at bright for the little "newcomer" for '4 r --
The Tropical Sun and all work executed which.. have best wish*. The subscription Fine line of latest style visiting
entertainments, and the prospect candies turn, 'which was, well along in tbe evenIng card and latest. letters
# 4jiven for Finest display of the city at hi the vary neatest and latest price will assure a tremendous la at Tha
r is three night of enjoyable' pleasure V style ot the art. r circulation.: Tropical Sun. can end a.. sample.
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MILL OWNER ;

THE TROPICAL SUN. ADAMS MAY HOLD I 'I

Trouble Arose Over Trying to Get Op THESIRKIN
Pioneer 'aper.f Dad Florid,
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OFFICE
Charlotte] N. C., March 18.-Ear5
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PvblUbcd Every Wednesday Saturday Carpenter, a well-known\ cotton 111II]. \
'ai 'IT W.." PALM .I"OH'OAOI OOUHW,PLORIO4BDBSCIUrXION owner shot and instantly klll d' A. M CO.DES8ltS I

+ Democrat Is Urged Not to Sur. (,IIte, superintendent of the' MJnur Man.\ .j .

d :PRICE, ,,,O() PER TEAR. ufacturhrgf company.The ,I'f
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render If Decided Against. tragedy occurred on. the premises TO MEN f .

1 of the Harden Manufacturing. < 't

;' Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, REPUBLICANS' MAKE BARGAIN company, about 20 miles from title.city

f F Kale ventto the house of of ,\
4 I CHAS B. KENDALL, Manager one. the ,
If Governor Peabody !I. Seated by operative, It .Is ea'Id, '< for the purpoet OUTING SHOES ;, "
of Inducing' him and hJs family to move ,
i Bntered at the Pcmtuffic of Went Palm Bracbaa Joint'Convention
Will
He Resign! ,
y aecond>clii0ii matter.J to his mill. Carpenter learned of the VWouldn't

h ...q-- ---#1- Immediately gm<| Let Lieutenant Qovemor object of Kale's] visit and confrontedhim I "

x? : ', JUST A FEW WORDS Assume Office. with the charge. A fight enau-ji! )oiriJ

when words a in which both drew .pistols.] Kale shot Were Your Feet "
The time ia good
always Denver, Colo., March. 10.--R'hret Carpenter' In the breast, inflicting I Wooden Ware" ':

t do much Rood; wherever used or applied. men may occupy the .,0.11I1.of the chief dangerous, If not fatal, wound, and) Ever Tickled P !
as shown here In In kitchen We know It would.
executive office of the tate of Colorado come handy your ,
Carpenter, In turn, fired at Kale, the
F; This is as true concerning the within There are different articles of CJhieh i ,ueed. '
i a I tingle] day If the Joint bullet striking him squarely! ] In: the ao many some "oll'snrel .

'i'' .welfare! of a community as it 115 of the executive convention ratifies the 1 bargain forehead, passing directly through' the They will be, and In a moat pleas- Every piece Is well made of(rood, stout and perfect material. Notes ,

said to have been: agreed upon bj brain, causing; Instant death. log.way. if you wear one of crack or wgrp to be seen, Everything apiek,span and elean looking y '

citizens who compose that commun- leader of the contending factions Is Carpenter this evening wae said t< ,OOR SHOES. Come in and feast: your good housewifely soul with a view bf our

+''; L ity. Where a place ia deserving of the necessary Republican votes party to ouat Governor Lacking thE Alva ,be in a very precarious condition. H4 collection. IL you feel like buying' as you surely wili) .our prices will!

4'' praise it is not only right; to bestow Adams and} secure for himself the i* a son of O. D. Carpenter, one of the not hinder you in tbe least.HatchettDaCamara. :
/i i best known/ mill owners In the south.
r it, but It i i8 a duty as well-one that remainder of the biennta.1 term whJcl In Elk 'Solesor
r began Jan' 10, the office for which hE Hardware ,Co :
every citizen owes to every other citizen FOUND AFTER 50 YEARS. ,,
la contesting, James H. Peabody hat Rubber Soles
J 11 r and to the community at large. Wholesale Retailers of Hardware ,
# ; agreed to resign immediately: after .being
Man Disappeared Halt a Century Age \
West Palm Beach
Imposts no more to speak words of seated: as governor and per mil le Living In Australia. an :Leather SolesIn ,Florida
y Lieutenant Governor McDonald, who ji
'. praise concerning the city than it does New York, March 16.After a
also a Republican, ,to succeed to thE
.
R to grumble and growl about imaginary governorship. It la wild that five ol search of 12: years, James Travis, ol any Color and ,
L I. has been
Flushing, located 1 111
1y defects, and the talk is far more the twenty-two Republican member' of Australia. He ran away from home the general assembly') who have agreed
j, .entertaining to listeners. Facts that fifty-three yearsago in a whaling vessel ::1 I
j not to vote for Peabody: 1 ave consented ,
k to thia! and had long ago, been given uj AT OUR PRICES nun KUARD'f'S w..itt Palm Beach. Maroli. 11, 19O8 ;,
are cheerfully given are more acceptable compromise. Their vote
for dead by his brothers and others 01)
in addition to the 44 which Peabodj: Not Palm Beach Prices. I.'
to the questioner or listener thanfictiondiegruntinglyportrayed. the family.
already bad will give hIm: a majority
s Many of one on Joint' ballot and When: the Twelve] years ago'a wealthy relative] A LIBERAL OFFER., !i
of the family died and willed James THESlRKIN
p a visitor to West Palm Beach has success of this scheme Is assured It 4s .r r .,
90000. Advertisements'. COT the miss
likely that 1
some other antl-Peabodj \
V a resident on account ot the mail In. :I
become Republicans will fall In line with. the log were Inserted new paperlI CO. a .. ',
cheerful manner with which they have majority of their party. I all, over the world. The state depart 'I it\
meat also made attempts to find him We are going; to have a lot of PANCAKE FLOUR to 'throw F \
u'' I been received as well aa from personalS Governor Adams is being urged bj Jefferson .Block ,
4 an element] in the Democratic :party : Travis finally saw an advertisement away this summer unless we dispose of! it now. I'
I West Palm Beach Florida ,
observations.which have borne out it Is reported, to refuse to surrender! in an Australian newspaper and wrote "

,' the statements made. hIs office to the Lieutenant: governor to his family. He bad been married,, We stocked heavy for the winter but for some reason we did ."I d

1 r West Palm Beach is all that is and to hold pogsesalon by force. Kit was the father of 11 children, he wrote not sell as much as usual. It will not keep over summer, and' '
brother, Frank Adams and had prospered financially.
t' Jl claimed for it, and more; and too missioner of this city, and Is police could com'furnish The legacy he will now receive hat ----.. -.------- sooner than throw it,away later.we will now; while it Is sweet and, ,6 .

1'' ; much cannot be said in its praise. a strong guard for the governoi almost doubled] In value. good, sell it to you for 8 CENTS:! a package.: This price is less '

II 4 From the hundreds of visitors who should] the latter decide to hold 1>n. than cost to put it in the store. Take advantageof' this splendidoffer ,
INSURGENT LEADER
I uSy Governor Adams has refused 'to make SLAIN.
because it cannot, last at the price-8 rents a package.[ ;
have been here this winter we have any statement as to his Intentions but ,

heard nothing but praise whole- It is generally believed that he will retire Bulgarian! Chief and Men Surprised b> ]

peacefully If the general aasem, Gendarmes
souled and anatinted. These people bly] declares Governor Peabody elected New York, March 16.-Apostol], But L. w. :BUKKHARDT Finest Groceries'j j

will return home and sing songs of even If :such action Is taken only] garlaa leader, chief organizer of the
In pursuance of a plan by which the longstanding Insurrection in the Solonica grit will pay you to purchasetou;CouponlBeoks. :
praise concerning this glorious spotto
lieutenant governor is to be made gov ] district, has been killed In the 'I

their friends, andnext winter will ernor. Mr. Peabody's' resignation, hie course of a fight with gendarmes, according 1

see these frlendscoming here to enjoy supporters admit, has been written and) to a Herald dispatch from Sa
,, l.lr, placed In'' the hand of a neutral] party ]lonioa.
the beauties and healthfulness of this
to be filed with the secretary of state In company: with 38 of his follower

know unmatchable that what climate their"' They returning will him When vindication the Joint by essembly affirming] has his given tltlf he gendarmes was surprised ata, by small strong village force neal ol tEPr m"'m"'mm"'m'mmnr' ''' ? T "''''m'mm'1t''m't1' '''''' '", ''' J !

1 to the governorship. He decided on Guesgurli, a place] two tours. distant
friends have told them are facts, and this course, his friends: any in order from Salonloa.] tN t E > fie el 1 I :
Tt e
Iti1 they will want to realize them per to bring harmony to his party. I A fierce fight followed lasting three plarmaey

I, sonally. If strangers speak so highly hours. At the end of that time only
+ NO SYMPATHY FOR STRIKERS. five of the Bulgarians were left alive TIlE CUP THAT CIIEERS Clematis Ave. and Narcissus S I
', of the place it certain!y stands us, as .
and they were captured. 'One gen
:Ir ; citizens,in hand to corroborate what August Belmont, Will Hear 'None 01) darme was killed and,' 11 were wound, Is a cup of our ten. Properly made r ;: ;;, : It Is sweet and delicious Our ==
Their Tales of Woe. : s R soda cannot be surpassed anywhere ==
ed. The Bulgarians F o
has been said and to add as much to had been transporting it Is a drink woman can resist and
; 4 New Yorkr March 1C.-President Au ammunition to one of their :::. ;;r .S for its purity and sweet and delicious ==
it is in Give all the information gust Belmont] of the fewm == ===
_ as our power. Interboroligl: strong/ holds] In the mountains. flavor. You cannot help being
company, who has returned from Palm a-- I refreshed whenever you drinka ==
possible; give it cheerfully.110stint.lngly beach to take personal command ol Our tea it selected by actual trial. = glass of it, and its effect upon you _
.
and it Many Will Visit Europe.. == AId+N i7 is exhilarating and! invigorating. =
? give; truthfully ...
the
strike situation,
announced We don't take worth for
yes anybody's
+ New York] March 16.-An unprecedented A good tonic to drive away that ==
e' Above all things don't grumble and terday that the strikers need expect rush Is of ] ] ,
Is reported by "Bteaiashljline feeling melancholy: whenever it a
their We teet the flavor 1
t ,r growl about financial disappoint- no sympathy fronvhlm with stories oi officials] here for booking passages quality.I ."_ s holdsyou, in its grasp, |Is to taker 1

having been old] out by the men whc by AlJ1e'l'lcanit"wl8hlng/ to cross aroma and strength before we buyan ::: 11 a glass/:] of our soda, and all will be =:: ;; !
i ; 'ment because you haven't made as led them. soon forgotten. Call on ns at any :w:: r' ;
the Atlantic this
summer. Front! == ==
and
r tea ..t many dollars' profit us you perhaps", The fact that Mr. Belmont Is president eight to fifteen sailings ire, they say ounce Tbat's why our teals Always \ E time of all learn kinds of always its merits.on hand.Flavors .

i of the Civic Federation, said Ws 'r... 5 i
already foil], there are long waiting How able .
had figured on. Don't find fault be- personal so good. we are to _- -- !JII: A. C. RIEGEL _
representative at the office lists- for favorite
dates
and the second
cause your outlying crops have been makes no difference.' Men, who have cabin accomodatlons of some new sell |It so cheaply Is another story. i3J11J11111111111111/11111111111111111111: 1 1 / JIII11111111JIIIIII11111111111111tC;

c injured by the cold snap. Others are stories to of the destitution to tell wjll be referred steamers could be sold at first cabin Try a pound and see how it lasts.
general offices: of the com it
rates the first class dining --
room
----
ti' in the boat follow the --
same ; exampleof parry In the Park row building to make
would hold the travelers one sitting
tbe public-spirited and goaheadones their application for work through the GRAFTED
BROTHERS ,
FABER
regular channel.
; make the best of things as they "Mr. Belmont] will refuse to deal personally Hears Wife's Funeral by Telephone. BUDDEDLargest Mulgoba Mangoes.
Plttsburg, March 16.
--Lying on t
< are. If there isn't any particularly with" strikers or any of thou cot in the Allegheny General hospital] Collection ol Crotons in the United ,States. Palms Phyllan .

e r' $, bright side of the financial question committees, sold his secretary. Benjamin P. Walsh, an Allcghenjdruggist -- thueetc. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock

to lookat, turn the other side over Southern Manufacturers had a telephone receiver adJusted grown on High Spruce Pine Land Address .'
Meet.
.. and rbb Jt) up little.. It will do all Nashville. Tenn., March 16.-The as funeral to-sermon his ears preached and listened over his to dear the ,, Fancy Indian River'OrangesWhoIeuU JOHN B. BEACH West Palm' Beach Fla

'a' mannerofpood; and no possi ble harm. soclatlon of Spoke and Hub manufnc wife at his home, two miles] away In *anil.ltetall
-4 turere of the south met here today the room filled with} mourners a tele j
As a rule our citizens are ever ready
Peter Lesh of Memphis, ts president phone transmitter had been arrangedso Poultry and Eggs ooKOlROStoKOKolltostoatostoKOlto.toK711oi107eobloil0leoito ,j
I to help along any worthy enterprise E. O. Buchanan of Gallatln, Tenn., sec the Rev. Thomas Park could ad- It l011o11oboo ,
!' retury, and W. E. Small of Corinth dress' the sick maneas? 0 1
movement for the betterment and well as the LAKE WORTH "PRODUCE CO. ',
treasurer. The. object of the meetingis friends! near the coCln. Y G. G. Strohm I. a I Io
., upbuilding of the city. They take to combine all spoke manufacturer Company
C. tI. PRICE, nannjter 'Xtf
1. pride in it, tnlk for it, work for it, of finished and club head epoke IT: Town Isolated*y Landslides. j
Olive Street West Palm.BeachFlo
/ the south and southwest, establish 8 Santa Barbara, Cal., March 16.-Tw
and their for it.
Theyknow
+; spend money
system of uniform landslides have isolated''' FHMILY
grade and prices) again lama GROCERIES !
that general improvement will and form a union In a bG.tv with theh Barbara from railroad tommiunl-catloc: '
i o ,
_ + P benefit them along with others. northern brothers. The Intention U with the outside world. One Is at FOR SALEWest It o

also to engage a/s cretary and Inspector Goleta., about 6 miles to the north
"West Palm Bench" is destined to Palm Boa ch Lake Front i Fancy Food Products iIt ..
who will :visit the spoke fat.torleland : and the other I Ie 12 miles south the JTff

"', b* long from) one end of the country keep the product of toe factories it latter being the most serious. The A very...denlrabl. Alxo delrfiblt cottage,'cottnKo with modern: Kite south con."entene. : o

to the other;and all we have to do !Is line. rainstorm continues with a strong ol city. A piano will be until, SHARPER. o Grain and Provisions
I mi' aim. U U ,
wind from the southeast and apprehension west 1'ulm lU uch. r "
I, Jf to join in and help swell the chorus. Hanged o "
Negro la felt for the ocean boulevardThe ".0I.{!."

Jackson! Miss., March JB-rCovernoi rain record for the storm Is about Leave your orders at The TropicalSun JEFFERSON BLOCK ; '" ,\ ;

The Board of Commissioners of Vardaman having refused to grant a 4V6 inches: up to tonight. otDcft for1' all kinds of engraved It o '..".,t It.0 ',',.///11.."of/ f\'<'\' ,1 I,

I State Institutions of Florida has respite of commutation to the -condemned and West Palm "f
Woo'dlawnCem'etery and monogram stationery visiting; Beach Florida; 0 f' tv'/
man, Simon Simmons, anegrc ,
kl I k' appointed B. F. Whitner, of Sanford, whose death sentence was recently affirmed cards. Yrleo>totsoko NOltoito7soSiokoisoStoio7s4tsobi'a f .." ( 'y .-1

Superintendent; of the fot! tit JIol&Jltnl by the supreme court, war oisoteolsolso3ao1co7aoMr
Go to R. B. Porter, OllVe street! for
banged in the Jail yard at Clarksdale
for the Insane, and Dr. R. L. Good- Lot. CBn'now lie, obtained. In tbe new, cero .
The trap was sprung by Sheriff M. J t.rj at Went Pulm Beach the, famous Hartford Ures. --

:vy ,,,t bread, of Mayo, physician to succeed Bouldln] of Ooahom'a county. The W A r.r."J" : R. MOSRS.! _.|.nk. .

f Dr. Gwinn and Dr. Christie, whose crime for which Simmons, was executed ---,- :................,........................o ..ee..a

:' I was the murder of another ne
resignations were reqm; ted. The hllnr..r: to Inform every person within ono I!
gro. ml 1 lew of lyeot Pulur. : Bunch, Clint I H.LI4IWER I
rl' board also appointed Dr. James II. am hero tn''t'pniryon. watches. ,uh>cka and ,
1 Je..lry-t. tit your eye with upt'citnlen or
Randolph, of 'To llah0881"e" as assistant Tennessee Bank Robbed. eyenrlntwva! and to sell yon anything you WIIOr.ESAtB AND j
may: want in my line. I urn not, a "win lor : RETAIL
physician. Nashville, Tenn., March 10.-A dlll visitor' ," but a prrmunenl reold..nt, a pro. r 'f!'
; party owner in L>udt'Civ sod. perfectly. re- r i s
1i patch from Petersburg, Tenn., says poiiHHilo", for any burtliica you may have : TOBACCONISTCigars '
; that the Bank of Petersburg a state 10trnnenrtwith me. Wutoht, audjowelry ,r
In "e.. of repairing. tieaenl
"
1+ i'' Marconi, inventor of wireless tele- institution, was entered by btrrglart] od mail or.Xpl....... I may will examine bY""leloWr-and report > Tobacco Cigarettes
at an early hour this morning an ,', graphwas married London March you van r the Rood* i'0-
4 about J7.000 stolen. Tbe'eteel vaur ttiriiwU: without: charge.o"i: have hud twenty CANDIES .
: -
A' :i 10, to Miss Beatrice,O'Brien, a lineal was blown open with'nltro-glycerln< houiu yearn) in experience Sw York, .with and mme Jlultunore of: the:.-be nix t L 'Coo ,
.
I i .d descendant of King Brian (Born, of and completely wrecked. The strongbox y U.nllla'.h oars,' hrml ... Cn"Jacke.ntvilieallie alan, for ,.,. : ,A FULL LINK OF LOWNEY'S CELEBRATED 'CHOCOLATES j
In the safe ;II"r:1!! :: : COld Soda
was emptied by th These huts I.* ."tlleltl"& aannr-. Lunches
4 : Ireland '' The couple will make a trip burglars, who made theirescape area I guarantee thut. I latiMftiutlon unier.utnd In my every bundles case" and w Ice Cream soda to Ordcrjtaring Season '; t

.I to the United States as part of their There Is no clew.. to who committee AND OPTICIAN I Ice Cream
WATCtmAKER ,
; E. A. WALKER. EXPERT : / SaMINofMB. : WKST PAI.M BSJLCH :s i

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i : THIS TROPICAL StW WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,+ MARCH 18, JflOS) PAs'i.C THRBE

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REAR END COLLISION ON "L.'

r: iTiii IS RAGING Two' PaMerJgera Badly Injured Whll Evervbody's ColumnWANTED. '

A Others Were Slightly Hurt. .- .. -' r--

AROUND TIE PASS I New York, March 16.-''Two passer. J
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tare were Injured' badly and a doze -------- --

Wf \ other .ll bUr Injured while hundred GOOD COMPUTING SCALES

were thrown Into! a panic of fear by 4 A Write Zlll & Green Delrny, Fls
'" Russian Troops Unable to GetAway rear-end' collision between two Bout:) '

5I From Japanese. bound Sixth: avenue. elevated trains ai /MONEY TO LOAN HOSE Y

FlrtY' e enth street and Columbus avenue you HAVE PROPERTY THAT
during the forenoon rusfr hour IP you want to improve and need money ThLADIES'
RUSSIAN POSITION IS CRITICAL' today.A to do it with apply to Geo. O. Cmne,
West Palm Beach. ,
train which 'bad: Just' stopped ai

r .. Qenaral' Kuropatkln Is So Hard Pr....d the station was run: Into by ,amothei i FOR SALE. "
thai:/ had been it closely. '
that H. I. Burning Supplies to Keep following .

f'' Them From Palling In Hands of Japanese Glass In the car< which cam ll SHERMANS POINT ON., LAKE ,. .
.
contact was smashed and eeattwed the Inlet, :aS acres land
' t -Oyma. Pressing Fight. over the tightly packed. passengers ami 10 acres garden balance pineapples

y' I a : the platform. K ToUlo March 18.-Noon-'Tie Japanese first train and the' motor car of th 40 large, cocoanut trees. Beautiful ? :

occupied Tie Pass at midnight, second were splintered. Building she. One thousand feet lake '" ,}, \, Ii, :
t best '
front. Ideal winter home nearest ,
March 15.-Details of the occupation
The most severely hurt were 'William! fishing. Apply to Boa 155 West Palm i Best' Hose for the Money. h
o; Tie Pase have 'not been received
I MoClu at Imperial army: headquarters An .,/, Cotton Hose ,, 10';,12,' and 15c
wound on. his head and 1OOwar4C. ,
,
''
:od t'xnclal bulletin reports the action and TRADE FOR NAPTIIA LAUNCE Best Quality Lisle Thread 40 and 50c rarn"lIose"
q Fronk who uttered a fracture OR Fine Maco 25o 1 1Ladies
that tha Japanese, are la hot pursuit :lila knee. acres fine pineapple land
of the retreating. ; Russians but it does facing railroad near Deerfield. Ad
Passenger say that the colllslot dress Chas. O. Williams St. Angus .
.
not mention about the
any: particulars was due to the attempts of the motormen tine, Pla.TROPICAL, J
.
'k tl fight. / of the rear train TO discover I ESTATE AGENCY __ LacR'and Plain Lisle Hose
REAL
how near< he would bring hIs train' t< "

't Correspondents Are Safe. the one ahead of hint without hlttrni FOR: RENT Beet Quality Gauze Lisle CO, 60, $1 1'
Paris, March 16.-Ludovlo Nadcau, it

the French newspaper correspondent One Seve'n Room Cottage handsome Beat Quality Lace Lisle $1,'.$1.60

who was reported from Santoupou yes.tet'48,1' MILLIONAIRE FOUND, DEAD. 1y furnished. Lake front, located 300
to have been killed by Chinese yards north of Royal ,Polnciana HoteL

ll r at Multdeft after the Russian retreat Mysterious Death of Wealthy 'Bastonln FOR SALE. .

lilt the sanMi time that Mr. Little, the .. In a New York Hotel.
East Side lake front property, aj4
correspondent of the Chicago Dally New York March 16.-Henry R miles north of Royal Polnciana Hotel ,

News, was' erroneously asserted to Reed, a prominent sugar refiner ol small cottage: ,.owner non-resident. Will

have. lost his life has cabled to his paper Boston Mass.( wealthly. and highly respected sell cheap. ____ Branning Bros. Hose Give Satisfaction. NufSed.BRANNINC .

the Journal, that he was made a director/ in half a dozen-: trot Town lots> and farm land for sale.

prisoned' at Mukden by: the Japanese poratlona, and' senior 'member: of the Write for prices.

tad that he will be sent to Japan, firm of (Nah, Splaidlng & Co., Broad Cottages and hotels for rent :

wtowe he ho/pea to
found dead in his room at the Gram< West Palm Beach Fla.

Russians Abandon Advanced Poaltiori' Union hotel under circumstances: that'
BROTHERSLadies
Santoupou, 8 ''MJlea North Of Tie pointed: at first to his possible murder $

Baas Manchuria, Wednesday, : March] then to his suicide and' last to dealt PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

15.-(Evening)-The Russians have front natural causes '

abandoned their advanced, positions on There Is even yet somewhat of I* LAW. Outfitters

?r the Pant river where the desperate attack mystery In the case and the polio O.. OIlILLING\VOUTll

of the Japanese yesterday (March] were looking for a woman Who accompanied C.

14) wa repulsed Uld have fallen back him to the hotel and Wilt ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR "

upon: the defenses of Tie Pas. Previous registered< < aa "Mra.. Reed' She wa ,
West Palm Beach Fla
to the retirement the supplies of !not Mrs. Reed She disappeared from:

l wood etc., collected there were set on the hotel whether after hi. death ot GEO. G. CUKKIJS 'VWWWVWManeonia

''f p't Are. before It is not known. ,

A desperate and. 'bloody battle Is now The womaniwaa observed. as: she entered Attorney and CounselloratLawWEST

waging north of Tie Pass. the !hotel last Sunday night. Sh PALM BEACH FLORIDA

was slight of build fair in feature BUANNIUQ, Buffalo Gasolene MotorA

"j News At St. Petersburg. about 23 year of age and wa attired H.

St Petersburg, March 16.--The news in dark clothing and, : hat. Attorney and Counaellor-t-Law HIGH-GRADE ; '
t .
rl from: the front Is again very serious.: FOR Office over Bank d Automobile Motor
y NEW. RHEUMATISM. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA t,d,,..
Y
+ : Field Marshal Oyama< Is striking blow at the defeated' Russian 1 ,
,
1' A Helpless' Cripple Uses His Llmbi QEO. M. KOJJJilNS air known by whU they bavgrown. For Speed Launches
ol
army. In spite of the exhaustion For halt a c.ntury they
twelve Under a Hypnotic Spell. I and CounseloratLaw.Will bore been the etandnrd-haven's
his forces after the days': struggle Attorney{ voile once to produce hlga.r,bet.ter
Chloago, March 16.-Hypnotism, ala than env other., fold Absolutely reliable,
for Alukden.' he has been able to. practice State and Federal'Court, atopS ,. .
by all dodo 1604 Need A..5.1 -
organize! a fresh turning movement cure for rheumatism has been TITDSVILLE. FLA. L..to all applicant., Perfect Speed Control.

)' s, in the hope of completing the victory brought to the attention of University D, M, FERRY & CO., Send forllOOB\ Catalogue I +
of Chicago medical professors by thtddsooverlee : gisy'CALF, Detroit, Mich.
n4y? won under the walla of Mukden W. GEO. R. WALLACE
and demonstrations of Ot
Tuesday's attack on the Russian ad ATTORNhr-AT-LAW.
Palm
vance line at the Fan river It 1 18 now to W. 'Qtreenberg, a young; medico:* NOTARY PUBLIC.U. w 1 West Beach

i evident was only a feint While the student, who claims. to be able to curt 8. COMMISSIONER
worked the most chronic case of the ailment Win practice. Countydt.IeaeU kmieral
columns :
being
; Japanese were Court, .
Poultry
around to get position to fall. upon by hypnotUS
1 the Russian rear and yesterday. the Young areenteerg'a theory was glv, Office In THOPICAC,Bon Block. I "
Wean Palm Beach. Dade County lorlda! J 't' .'
ent a trial In. a "physiology" class conducted
'
blow was struck, a dispatch to the Associated Sold byBROADWELL
by Prot. Anton J. Carlson. A J. Farm
LEWIS
> Press from Santoupou bring A '
,' ing to 'St Petersburg the first news ''helpless< crtplafrom) the Home for La.*

that a battle was in progress north ol Inourablea was brought to the classroom AT10RNEY ATLAWand NOTARY PUBLIC. White Leghorn, White Wyan-
taken on a stretcher and: thrown into and Stock C DearSirtheallghtmtao.bt. f.
Tie that Kuropatkln was dottes. Eggs
Pass Agent ol the U. S.Fidelity Quannty Co ,ol to iiiIe
by surprise la a fair inference from the hypnotic- state by Greenberg Baltimore, Md. For Sale. .ttttn a and wtiiljiu*coins trial &
the in which Tuesday night Woe 'under the mental. Influence ol Office at corner ot Cluniatlu: Avenue and Narelaau of""
manner Street, over Potter' bicycle store Gillette
;' he abandoned the Pan river positions, the operator' the man: was told. he wa 1-i-lOOJ.: WEST PALM BEACH. W. E. GALE, Manager
leaving so hurriedly that he again was to have the use of Ms limbs.' When Mangonia Fla Safety Razor MOORE

sui obliged' to bum his stores to prevent !he wa ,released he was able to move MEDICAL AND SURGICAL .will actively It.dispel. vomdilyMi It. A.r though man mahuvewitli hhadalwny.ehnved

from falling into the hands of the his lower limbs, a feat which he had hlmx'lf. Tk.dll.
them
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M. D
TT O. HOOD, Utui Murrlr Hoar I. as Kuon!.
; Japanese. No clew da given u to not accomplished, for a long time before SO' H. RICHMOND Agent OS.. It hctwelokesndouhl..dwnl DEALER.S 'N f
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON hladuvutbla.paper,tomp.r.d and
whether the Japanese came down from '
olnii.bnrdaned by our proooM thatit
the mountlans east or struck In from Office over Potter' bicycle store, WEST Perrine Grant Land Company. take diamond .do.t to arinitthemi 4 '

the west of the Ldao river. The ,,pass ACTRESS TO FACE JURY AGAIN. :, PALM BCACEC. Residence near Royal 1'. ,. ', + thirty perfect Each blade ahaves.cine Caae ten and to .;orugs ,
Polnciana Hotels! PALM BEACJT. 13-1 REA L' E8TATE blndM peeked and.analod direct 4
la practically the gate where the moun adq, front tha factory,.howftna then* ,
tans and Llao river meet, and It com, Nan Paterson Will Again- Be Triad: for T> U. 1'OTTUU: AI. D., CUTLER. FLORIDA DW to b.now. Alwan rwdtor...

tnauda the whole country northward Murder In April. No Stropplnd I mC X13XXICSrry
BEACH. FLA.
With the Japanese In behind the Rue 'New York March 16.-Nan Patterson 8-a-08 WEST PALM ? or Honlnd *

a-- ian 'er'my at Tie Pas General Kuropatkin's will be put on trial once more tc DENTAL / gl YOQ.eoBnotcut yourself amooth yonnolf, delightful or fall toIT. Stationer:! '

: position la extremely critical, answer a charge of murdering Caesat O 11. MAOYtf L. A. WILSON ahare. AttlllaU laiU for raaim.
Young, the wealthy bookmaker When ion ban used each of firs andgJano'J '.
o adca.until dull,return to n. anil
News at Washington. This decision, has been reached and! tf DENTIST. .'.. MANUFACTURER OF l w.will glrs jou U new pl.dr is

r l Washington March 18.-The Japanese it was anounced at the district attor Office in Jefferson Block r tohange Twltoub.additional at no bladM coat to at non you.I >. Goods

I legation has received a dispatch Hoy's office that the.second trial of the WEST PALM BSACH. FLORIDA Boots and Shoes I j Call and atamtn. tna Gillette, ;
Tokio whlcE case would. begin: April 10. Owe Jury g It will tat roe nathtna ta aw lv
LIDDY
from the foreign offloevat r\u. J. E.
which was selected to try her on th Repairing in All Kinds of Leather
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says:
"Our advance troop pressing th charge of murder was discharged after Dentist Goods Nally Done :
Tie Past the case was completed because Dines First door west of Dade County State
y. enemy everywhere occupied" of the severe Illness of one of Ui .Baok. Indian Tanned Buckskin --..- I!
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at 12:20 a. m. ,,Thursday.: .
members. Another Jury which heard WEST PALM BKACIU FLOBDA
to the legation L
Another dispatch ,
the case was. unable to agree. and Horsehide Shoes r' '
aye: ,
"Our detachment occupied Sing King Numerous attempts to secure her ''FOLE 1I0HEY.aGo. : : ;
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release on ball inca the last trial ,
FEET
on the 13th. ..=;]s.ooadhandL.G3k'9nrdaE' : : FOR TENDER I'll
+ have fulled. Y
'_ Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio i

War to the Bitter End. Dying of Ghost fright.
BKELSFOKD
Berlin irfarch 16.. -The German government 16.-A M. ,j'
( Ogden b'l1Tg.' N. Y., March !
"has been. informed: that thRusolan ghost prank played near the, village 01 '
Real Estate
emperor has again put aside Arnprior, Ont, as eo party of :young
t;" all peace suggestions and is unshateer, people were"going,home from a dance< PALM BEACH, FLA. Chicago o and Florida Limited I'h

In his resolution to continue the war has< frightened two women into net1 via
All the.higher officers of the Far East Toes prostrationSuddenly confronted Notary Public. Cottages to Re D

era army recently Joined in a petition In the road by the torn> of a mar Offloo,Sooth PolnclanB Hotel Louisville & NaShville ., oFiYE
e
to Ehnperor Nicholas not to consideipeace of giant proportions' wildly crying anmoaning <

asking that they ,be given other all of the party fled in terror ., FQailroadOnly i

opportunities to show the ,quality o Several of the women tainted Th T. J. CAMPBELL

:. Russian valor and representing tha "ghost" disappeared but no one daredgo Solid Pullman Trainwith IMPROVED METHODSare
r ,although they have retreated they ant< 'home and neighboring farmer Jam-Up-To-Wow DOLLAR BILLSare
observation and llbratycirs from adopted! by us as soon as their
will fijlht.
the army stlU,, hare the to took them In for the night. Miae Lapolnte ,

Runs and Mlaa I 6avolr became sort, BLACKSMITHING HORSE Florida( to St. Louis Chicago ,: more numerous than tens and tens ,'value is firmly) established. r'"v'

Amuck. ously ill. Miss Lapointe was sent tG more plentiful than twenties.! Similarly -

I"" 16.-11'01' overt in Ottawa where. there ii SlfOEINQ, GENERAL The West and Northwest, '
} Omana 'Neb., March a hospital small bank accounts are more; In the performance of our duties as
mad man ran amucl1H but little hope of her recovery- REPAIRING AND time than vim I
,,,' t an hour today a : bam at Twenty > with ranch quicker any I numerous than large ones. The aggre Undertakers end: Embalmers: ]:all
car
: : the new street other line.
fourth and Vinton streets, defying al Distributing Seed Corn. PAINTINGWAGONS' All meals In dining; c.rs, service' ala ; gate of small deposits far exceeds that i modern aids approved' by science or

efforts to oatch hint and all but cans Lincoln Neb, March 16.-The Unloi BUILT TO ORDER carte. Finest dining-car service in the I of the large accounts. Doa't, hesitate, good taste ara im use,, and we haveno
Hv! today started a !seed!
death by seizing a Pacific railroad South.
own ,
ing his eluded the attempts of the corn special over Its system In Ne Leave St. Augustine, dally 8:30: a. m. therefore, to open an account becauseof hesitation in claiming that we can ?
wIre. He West ro.ofGEO. '
Cl.matl. Av. .
a
will three Leave Jacksonville daily 9:30: a. m, its small ness.DAtiB service the
to catch him and boarding i bo-ask The train pend give the bent nt most ream
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officer Arrive Chicogo next day. 4:30: p. m.
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a swing, starter on. the main: line and branches I lathe sonable cost.
car which stood on days An ire St. Louis next: day: 1 135 p. m.
toward the main line. He was. turned state and seed. orn will be dealsered HASLEHURST & SON Alao I through Pullman Drawlnir-room Sleep' 'rnJ{ COUNT. STATE BANKof .
and leaving the car ran wild II at all principal town by' profes ; ng rlara dally from Jack onTlll on A. O.: L.S Ledyaeeletant 4
back :OS p. m, train to Dirmhtaham. Nnahrllle,
in search of some Imaginary: object sore of the State University several 01 'Contractors and Builders bTitnsTllla, Ht Louts, Chicago' ant on M, A. IH >
finally climbing
t, he gras.ped a live wire overhead. H the direction of Professor T. L P; O. BOX.304Kodol L.aN.11 B EST service Ie\ desired ask: for ticket: Tin deposits and give them every attention

receive severe shock and the om Lyon.: 'of the agricultural: departmeniof For rat., Pullman rawrvoeioni, eta, call -Yon. can commence ,with as little as Palms Corneaopen .
man bi The flecll Is com Dyspepsia Cure ,011 0.write
gave
him. The the university. ,
captured .. !
cers I 'QEO. f! :RKRB1NO. Fla. Pass .1f"1I1OIS day and nights
% name et Edward Vallet or vincinnee alimentary to the IMatu ear of the state Dlu..ta hat you eat Wmt U y bt.,Jacksonville,Florida ,ISO dollars i i fc

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FOUR THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST 1'ALM BKACII, :FLORIDA, SATURDAY MARCH 18, 190B \;


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A1/lI1'Z,.' A PROMPT ANSWER. I- j>>E8'1M: M.B WINTER. HOTELS.. w p__ 1 FLORIDA EAST COAST\ RAILWAY. \


8P O'fp'41.6" .,,"''CV ) .... .....W4.0'....0ha I .


Y, q .Ji ollcn l Uirginia: L oeal Time Card Not' 59., In Effect NORTH Jan.8OUND-READ: 3D. 1905 UP ."


DOWN. "
h 1DUTH BOUNO-I1UD J '
IS WEST PALM BEACH FLOJyOAautlfully Nicely ltU8te'l' nuClemntie No. 78 I Ns 14 I N" 28 Na BI ", I,"I INmOB .
fL.1 Aveuee No 36 No.28Dolly No 23 '
D.UT D.liy
\X>mmt palm )B oob, Florida .1
'ta. ? $ (! Lake Front, commanding, a Lv- .....Jankeonvtlle.Ar. '180 P 'fO 11 eOOA 88dtl1'aa :
I 'a 1'lnej" ) View of the Royal 80& P 1216 P 1000. 800. ....d.nSo.Jeck.opvllle.....Lw. 128 p : I'','

(( [( t l'olllel-'oa' and Lake Worth 1/2/1p 813/ p l lp) 1008.unalOll. a ........,80. Augustine. ........... 800p"/ 600 a T4c1 a .I I3018p .

1 !' I 1t Cuisine CttaranleedFirstGass" All Modern Conveniences ... lOOp 17109 946a..Sa6Psatka.... ... .......... 617p I.-IIUp; : :$47a _6618aIVUO \ \. ;

I tt 441) 440 p ill" a
,. Rates .. \ p t21I' 128P/\ 1088. 'I.l'.l'a tk"'Y.. : p elG P 6nW lIb! a. ,' ,.
: .. .....PelatkaAn 66p aF
..

,a t JVo TubercnlosisPbtients '''11' 1801' a'lI. U2 1a Ly. .. ... .. _

sf F Taken $10 and $12 -- -B III I' -8111 P Ar..San lIr..t.eo..Lv 8110 P 8\10 P no a. 760a 'y|
; Tub
t D 710a. 800. L'Y.........BuuMpteu..Ar706y P ----
1 ....tI..e'"ilt! >e1>ee.....e..tI..e..ei. -- - : '
88
I 1 { Per Week'OPEN Lv.Nooga..1.? P i
s I Ill Illr X ;: ia4Np 100p ...........Bunnolle! .. .,.......' 4749 4
O op ....... ....Du'runt. ..../.... 'l..p ,
r Ormond.... .. 'p t
t t ************************ NOVEMBER JG, iso U11! a ..Botel....... ..Ormoll.,......?.... 81\01'\ 'IiOp 111"III./ .
111101\0
IB'p
l i. IHnp 110111' NO 11:111 \ .u.... .....D."I.olla..;......... 8811 P 4141 P 9US a ;I1U.
I/I t 0 I' 81N p p a ..u...Port Ol''nle.......... 821 P p1,
; Tbe palms : Mrs. A. L. HAUQH, Prop. 168 P 1206p.. ..::.. ..NewBmyrue.......... tlINSp 8411 pl./ 416aIDua
; i28a:: 806p 4Mip ..... .. ..O..k. H.ll. ........... 1128 P .
i !5 HIFI
tj ov 821'1'' 12tdip.\ .... : :U6p 1t14a n. ,
4y1t o 'ug P .... p' "q M4U6
I I. Now Open. let 0. / P //I ia,' .
l P ... P 11011 P .," 1
,S'I I. i 1120 P 4J6 l' 1421> ... ) 1066P .; !
II
I fr.up IIHp 11281'
I A home-like well 66Bp ..... p 1041<1 P 'Ii
I large Hotel
p j I r I : 111I8p 11011' 2Wp .. I t 26 a ,I#,
r tee
I pointed and beautifully! located, p ... a ,",
: log the comforts without the glv.1\ II etc! I' UfOp .. s 11102p Bfo p 1166I& "
Dr.iggs ( ot "S 80 1111p Op :::: : a P .J ;,
the more expensive ones >rage .111111 l' '
47 "I Lake Worth opposite the : 70Jp ...,.....7insviUq..3. .. a a Snl'p SIC P ,, .. ',.,''

r Poluclann Hotel White waltreBHea. 7011 p .. a 802 P "il i
453 i : :\ : MRS. H. B. BRIGGS, ProprletrCM : 7141' .... .. i .. 781 P "
I Electric bolls. Oood flailing, hunting 1611' '
'. I 4 : Bvernl Street : ... a 718 P : k ,
and boating Rate's $:UiO aDd f 8.00 7M P 1021O\ Op ts4p ,
Z \ :
,.::;; a 840'1' 8801' llOOp t'. 1:11:
J per day. (Special rate by the week. J i\ west palm noaab, 'ol\ldca. : .n 0. 0110 p 860 P 1120 V ",. .. 40' 1010 DIIII"a IIII 6011p p 0101i ',\#"'
000. 666p a ;
$ Quip ,0261'. .... : a tHO P il
$4 : crbe: Palms ; ; Situated Near Lake Worth \ 1000p : os s ,, 1\80 l' '
5-.. 141609 .... ... JI. 4ll4p I ;'ti
; ... a 4111 l'I
is + Went Palm Beach, Florida .: A SELECT WINTER HOME :. I 1100 1182 p ........ .? ........ ... SK\a 841 p ::'

************************** .. HOT AND COLD BATHS .. .20 QI 1120 P 1140 P '(80 P Ar..MJ..mJ..L .. .
isty.
Iii NO CONHOMPT1YEH TAKEN trams 20, 8't. 7R' MId 28 and Buffet 1:11"1.111" Cars on' tr..lns DR and. 09Oxhvcon
-ty. UuJfot Parlor Care on
and I.t
&n.UO betweeu 86. AugusUno ,
.......................... ( WDOLttSOME UOMBCOOK1NOBoarding Jacksonville ,and Miami j'"dM Caps on tral.llsllO "
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New HmyrUIL.
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iii : o/1to/ oamington : mr m::5;;;':I SCHEDULE CETOEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUGUSTINE .(

--bT:2j.27i," Nn 20F N.. Ha 43. Na3N :.t1. N';t 99No..Ut ''b"I 13"BuC \

: A. B. Q. METCALFE Proprietress : 4. to :_ I, '0i. D'dly. Dolly JSi'l haul_'Er.AfoeCr:Dolly :Mon.- i Dally Daily I Ex.7IL. !!, :

JnCAn' xul' .1h.AAl. 11411.A IOWA" !! 1101' 11601'800.' ... 8'OIII'H, 8\1111'M\ 996yMtAugu.eutleOVAMiU46AMUlOAM "
t10ra 800. 400PM I/III'M./ 99OPMjpl5I'M\
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WEST PALM BE4CH FLORIDA S Sa : 1
Desirable people who wlnh a pleasant r.:_ 1'1.'... la''a' No. No. H'---No. Jet Pie.' 78f Na71'N. '
No 98t
at while In Went Palm 1'10 28t Dolly Dully f
place to stop .
BOUND. Dally
Dally
: Open all the year. Beautiful location : Beach, will find "MINARET COTTAGE."' : Da11y Dally Es, Sy. Dolly Ex. Sun. Et. Sun.; Dally bn.tly .

on Lake Worth. Bright cheer. : on Olive Street between Kvernla and ,v".Allrine. llOOA1f 7t0AM 760AM -i:;; 1140AM 1210PM 6 iOI'M 62OPM 640 CM
: fOl'N 711111'M 74O1JaTra11t
8401a 860AM: OIlOAJI 171orM 124OPM 1101'11I ,
Fern, Just Bueh a place Nice, clean Jtek.onviU OOOA"
: ful rooms and wide verandas. Special : room, neatly furnished i comfortable compound exclusively of 1'ullman or Parlor Cars and extra neat. fnre will: be I'hargetl. u

: ra4. a for the season. : bed | good, wholesome food I VERY Joy eoauiiVa operated on these tr&ln"on which no extra or imt fare. Is pinup",".
If//" fl' 'rm'I'JIIJII' '14s moderate. prices are the recommenda.
I "Did you say that my face would stop a clock?" S S tlons. Only a limited''number of room ';:JST.- AVQUSTINB AND No. 40 No 25 PAL.1t, BEAG" AND MIAMI. Na leally
.......................... Dally Lo.JJy"
4s "Not exactly. I Intimated that It would tempt Father. Tips himself to pause ere can be accommodated. Table boarda NEW-SI'IYRNA.- DaIlY_

44 In admiration." 7Up Gv.60.AnRUatlne.Ar.Il00AM 985AIoI Lv.AreekenAr 61101' ,
___ D2Lo ) specialty.MRS.. FPANK DARLING. lOp 1N..EI\ l'alatk..Lv.JOIO" 9AOAM LT..WeHt1'almBoa.oh..Ar. 5"1'N' pJO
.HoteIO..l1011d..Lv 82OAM 100/SUI/ Lv... .... Lantana..iv. C10v"
.... .. ... )0 p Ar....... ... ..........., UDA" 11M" Ly..Ft J.nud..r'ia.I..7.v.. 41011'
> P
RAISING THE TEMPERATURE. q I'.1)p Ar.. ..... .Now Smy.n...... Lv. 100"_ _Ii.iAt...... ..Mhnnl..J.v. a161'>1 "I

:.-. ? i armdlir i @"" No. 17 No. 181 N a O Na 'I.N..1 No. 2 No.4""
CITY IlRANeU ,
ads. BRANG" Sun
.. raly:! Da11yMAYPORT Dally otly, r Da.lly DailyORANUE Dally Dally ,

Wet Palm Beach, Florid : par : 1FI; 7 4IllS' j; Lv J.wkeonvlllo Ar. 88 1 a 400'P 400' "p "910a Lv. New Smyrna Ar' ijjrop;; ; ; '
fjottag 10.. 6 11 I' Lv. Pablo n.aoh..Lv 100 a 8 20 I' 444 P 10210 Lv. Lake Ueh'f1 Lv 1:1 bip; '120. P
A A winter resort that will pleaso. you. A 46.. 6 IU J' Tv Atlantld Beach. Lv 1'5 s. 811i P 150 P 10 Blta r.v. Orange, City Lv. 1211...p. .4t. 4 P .'
\ lI'n 6 US; pAI'....l\layport.\ ...Lv. 18 1 a 800 p 100 P 1045a Ar, Orange/ CitY' Jo. III sop 066 luIo.
\ Near Lake Worth and centrally locaJ : WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. .
'o IU Na II Na 11ially
tedhnprovement". J4 J-, ; HOMESTEAD EXTENSION. Dully SANFORD BRANCILr :
> )
; Alaulefc sulect family Hotel with home | .8un. Deily: Daily
AMrWHI
com .. 60 a Lv ....:... ..Mlaml..Al'I 600 p 800.. loY.....,. Ttmsvllle..Ar. 122 1 p
IIt1i -1..1'....... 8 Sanford..1 iCW
goo
I MRS. S. E. EARHAN ; 4t a Ar.Homeatead.Lv. P a a ....
Pleasant. location adjoining] City j
Box 127 .
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I 1 lO West Palm Beach, Florida Park and facing] on Lake Worth. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. '

f Cool,comfortable rooms with good
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\ ry. table; service. .lose Connection Made.at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company For


f ,- : ..- . IDA B. HATS Proprietress AND KEY .1
I Ii ; i -- 41 4 4 4 \IASSAU HAVANA WEST. ;

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4 r ; These Time Tables! show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart i\,
t w,1/y/ tom the several ata.tlOlUlt! bat their arrival or departure at the times suited. Is not guaran Wed .',
Corimercial Hotel.1 nor does the company hold IteeUt responsible for any delay or any consequence arUlug' ; tliore- :...1
i tram, ''j .
i 1. FOWLER BROS. & KING ,
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Vi II I 1/ and Cafe For Copy: of tH* LOCAL TIME CARD or OtKvr Inlo.adon. a

s g I//// It I--- MACHINE SHOP .... "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." >' : y'

\ GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A PECIALTY J. D. RAHNER. A._t. Gen '....Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA .4
Lai C. W. Schmid, .Proprietor AL KINDS LATHE and PER WORK .j

t .
u I r GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR !'j'jI
i I
1 1 JI r/(/ 7 JEFFERSON BLOCK SALE

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Near Ferry Landing Lake Front
; ,1 Southern Jiaih.u'ay"
h a WEST PALM BEA H, FLORIDA :

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\ EFFECTIVE JANUARY u, 1908 Ii


ji&i -- r Atlantic Coast Line :Three-Ves lbula. Trains Itast. \ North and West 1:0:<0 > at liE::::::


1 Lv.ck. aouv lle...... So Ry Ii Ip} 9 toe 7 gyp.. Lv Jack.ouvflleF n.... 80 Ry 74SP II 0011. .....,
TILE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA Lv eauo............... Bo Ry i 6IP It 5411 10 40P.. Lv le.eup. Go.. ..... ... Io Ry n 130"' IJ B5" ......
I Lv 8a".h... ........ So Ry 4 2.1) 12 15..... Ar Mown.. Ga ....... ......100 R1 3 ooa 34U. ....6.ArColumbia. .
...........SoRy 816p 6tjp 60010.. ArAtlantaGa.SoRy gaoe 1Io'Op ......
I CONNECTIONS .... .... .......... .. }\
; : AI'Ch.rlotte. 80 Ry i Ilia IU 06)1 9 5510. AI' Itome. Ga .So R1 'Sae 8
"Yep Ar Greensboro ....... S. Ry a 8ta I 5'18' to sip.. Ar Dalton Ga..............60 JtY 8 aim .0111't' '\\t g9g9g9
police ter make It hot fer us." Over its rails to Savannah ArDanvihle ..,..,.. .. bO a" 11 411. losn 2 top? Ar Chattanooga T ......80 RY' 9 4'\00 'IO Wp ,..... "
The own Ar Lesh'KIoII. Ky. ......Q 't C Scot" II 4"a ...,.. .If
r of .. East Charleston Richmond and Wash- Rluhm01ld ................... !!o fly I G -8 I 64'1':: Ar Cincinnati. Ohio... ..Q sC y4o1_ T laic..= A
Lv Cincinnati: Jiigpsurl 8 lOP S ; .=
THE JOYS OF WEDDED BLISS. ? "
A.r Lynchburg ......80 Ry II 4" 4 17a 4 rIp Ar I.hlc8110.: Ill...... ? 7 teal I 6 1NIpl.: .....
via All Rail ington, thence 'Pennsylvania Ry. Ap Charlott..vllla. ...8U Rv 1154 II a211 6 lOP:: LV Inclpneth ohio I'a 1. 8 i99 ea ......
Ar Washingtou.tio Rv to Jon 945n a 11111'" ArChl" o. III ....... Pn 1.1.neat 3e', ... .
I AI' n..ltlmor.. ,..... .. R R IJ 30a n goa II IIiI': v hm I l; Ii. Iim, ...... I
AT Weat l'l1Iladelvhlal'ltR, 1451 I4sP 2 3cu"A I' CltlIICIUU"_ III ..... C !LAD'W'VU.! 6n1. ...,.. I
f2
\ ........ .
j Tee The LouisvIlle & Nashville via fontgoiner, Ar New York. .1 It It161. 4 sap II Sta.,"_"' Lv Citt-" alt..H.&-D q 431' 8-111111 I

rjt West No. 34-"New York and Florida Ar 'Toledo ohio ....C H 't D 5 It08 i top ::::: '
E"press.
d The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery Pullman Dmwt"W-Room Sleeping Car 'l'alllp"Daily Ar Detroit Mlch...... .... PM 7 ago 4 tOp ?,. I
,jt and Jackal. nvlllc to Nay York LvCinclntti U-Ohlu..l's 8 11011 1..... '1
-. Ar.'l.b! !:II', PaPa= Lire....' 30PIII 4Uro ......
Sal To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New No. 30"W.shlnfton and Plorlda Limits. ., LvCinclnaatl, UhlaB FOUr Sop II Aux ,
The York. Philadelphia, Boston. Dally Pullman Drawing' riootn titu"pillif U T. ArCleveland. .. Ohlo.'IiIK: Pour] II 45a!! n 011'I :::::: :
East t and Bald. .., to New Vork. LvI Ledl1gtoo.. Ky...... ..SoRY' .:..
Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington 5
+ .........
AI' LnntevilleKy 8 3OpmlOll ......
/ more. J No. -"8)1 thllern'. VPalmlI.Imlte 9 Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Com- buletraln.. 1 CmnpllrtA .
...tinny .
nl 00. ......
via i steamship for Baltimore and Philadelphia meat, CubCompoolt..fJbRerv..Llon! and I>,nllll( Ar Alrminghem Ala' ,.,lie + i
pany uan N.w ye ;r.en $&. AngnRtlno r Jacksnnvlll. .and. Ar ArKanxasCflyMO.Nrlea 6lemphia. :: : Tenn.Prlxco: /18\I 3 411.\. \ Y0a '.:.:.::.:.:. 1


TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental N Memphis. T..nu. ................ ,
_ tS f J 4j& I 1N. and Through "Tile Laud 01 the 8ky.EJ=:= H0t'Springs.. Ark ... ...........1 8301'E/ .\

eHAVANA Steamship Company Lv .seksonvitfr. ..... ...........$o 55P .... ENa. -" Florida Llmlted:' Daily. !Solid
Lv S"van..all.a.............. ...So Ry Ia ; .Vestib e train. through day conches. and PnllArColumbia ,
I 8. C .............tIo Ry 8 UOII :.::::::: .sleeping cars IIckltOnvllle to l:1..cunall.AI' : .
/ SOMETHING NEW Ashvllle .N. C......... .....1\0 I SOP "'
tickets over mnes'of among tae.pnntipn Ar Hot Sprin g s. N. Cd.; ...... tic RY 2 37P ::::: ::: No. II-Pullman rl1"lnll, Room Sleeping Car% V
Interchangeable mileage good 13,000
......... I'Ar
Ar Knoxville 1'0. 110 Joty .,....... hut".ou" J'kaonvllle,
6001' Birmingham. Mem his
railroads In the Southern :States, are on sale by the principal agents. Ar loul.vUle...... ........ ..... Y 8 S08 .." ..... and Ji..noa. <.::1tY'. .
J1 IJ IJAqlF3.I.K1', 1! Ill !I Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line. St ioule.... .... .... O&Rl .... .... 1 1gip
I : ; ::::::::: a
_ ::1 w Frank C. B ylcaton, Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark, Traveling Passenger! Ar C1nc3amtU Ouia SZ tgll ,,, ::: No. -I'ChlnRIJ! and Flarlda IIp''la'' If"Ud
/ Agent 138 West Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla. II. M. Kmerson Na JO-Dally Pullman Drawlng.Room mid "tilollie tram, Pullman Drawing. ltoom Curs

: Fd'j,1, \ y Traffic Mana .ei', W. J. Craig:, General Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N. C. BuIT..t(Unclpnatl. tU..plnK.lar. : betw..ll. JackllOnvlle nllli betwenn, Chtengtq; l\t. Aupnxtlno UlovuI8,11.. Jlluk..ollville VecOItI'S CI".ln. Louis. ,



Excellent 111111g Car Service ... '

ARRIVALS A'r JACKSONVILLE';
Froln New York Washington, ...ta'-No sq"Waxhington and Florida t
From New York LImited" gao a. m.
York'Washington etc-No I 3y 82"lhorn'R 1'lIlm LimlwdlorldaoJtxPree"T40'p: ;. 4
Thos'Aw1ul" Nrum New ; Po
3Yseldugton,
etc. ,
'Na33
PSnm Clflc\nu"d. Waahingurn amJ t : m. ,
Aebvllle,
etc -Na : I
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biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will
trouble, T. C. LURK Diat Pass.
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of Forth awing the recent storm was The Lower "Animal. '\
M MATTE Frazier Named a. Senator. I refloated today without having sustained Animals have keen perceptions- '
OF&EMTftAbsolutely Nashville Tenn., March 16.-Oovernor any damage. keener in many respects than our own .nm'y..v mn.nsr.rre.rrrrrnmrrr..rrnrn.vlrwr

James B. Frazier has been nomInated -but they form DO conceptions, have
The appointment of Dr. W. A. Apple ,
for United States' senator by no powers of comparing one thing with
I chief of the South
as
gate surgeon
ROY4bA1N6 the Democratic caucus of the state another. They live entirely in and ,
Chattanooga Term has, been anon.pern !
legislature.' 'The vote was by accla through their senses. To all thnt inner "CRBXX. l .
railway with headquarters; at Chat :
matlon world of com. '
no other name being presented reflection linaglimtlon, f ". I
tanqoga, Tenn., bas been announced.Senator '
'to the'caucus. When that body convened parson, reason, they are strangers. : .i.v.l! ) }
It was supposed' tbe 'contest Ernest Rice wets nominated They never return upon themselves in I I I, \

was to be a three-cornered one friends by the Democratic caucus of f thought. They have sense memory -_ .. .' I"K j
of former Governor! Renton MoMllllr nesee\* this) morning to succeed Ten'1 I sense intelligence and they profit in I' '"::

i and Robert 1 S. Cox as speaker of the senate. many ways by experience, but they Ii,
Taylor having been
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Cox succeeds James B, Frazier as gov I have not soul memory or rational Intel 'f
tively at work In their Interests. A ernor.; ligence. All the fundamental emotionsand From the Plains of'Wisconsin and Minnesota :
test
vote
came however, In an effortto appetites men, and the lower animals
Two negroes were hanged at Richmond
adjourn the caucus until Monday share in such as fear,
common Springs a spontaneous growthof
today. Ed Austin, for criminal = ?
next. The'motion was -defelted-36< anger love hunger, jealousy, cunning
and colored round
assault exquisitely
10-year-old girl
on a negro
to 64-t-and it i Walt apparent that the pride, curiosity play, but'the world of g
Frazier forces were In the lascendamcy Peter, Danch for the murder of a negro thought and thought experience and ; a; { ? i4 =?; ;?;, grass, from which baa been

woman. The execution passed ofl the emotions that go with It belong to Ill 1 ; ( created: tbe marvel of modern I,
Charlotte Wants Cotton Exchange. quietly. man alone. 'It is as Abe psychic world E t.--
l? : familiarly Known as C C.r.t
Oharlote ft. C.,, March 16.-In view The North German Lloyd steamer were divided Into two planes one :; commerce ,

ef the position taken by the last legialature Kron Prince' Wllhelra from Bremen if above the other the plane of sense and ; : '* 1 "Crex: Grass Producla.. This ,

Pure In' regard; to what Is commonly' reported, by wireless telegraph 60 miles the plane of spirit In the plane of ) Y' t' k wondeiful grass-tbe world's.

,/IAS HO.SUSSTmiTEHIE known as bucket shops" .a movement east of Nantucket lightship. ThE sense Jive the lower animals, only now = y1= 11 t1tI:=1 most beautiful harvestgrowsfrom
has been started by s number of 'wel! steamer. will probably dock about 83C; and then just breaking for a moment y
known cotton merchants of this city; o'clock tonight. Into the higher plane. In the world of Vi rr purely. vegetable lOll ,t
sense man is Immersed also. This is ''; : .:. '-
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to nothing else
that
organize a cotton exchange similar: Slight undulatory earthquake shocks 4 produces

SENATE WILL to those In large cities. The brok. have been felt In Naples. They were his Into start tbe plane and foundation of spirit and but here he lives rises :Trim l; : / gave the pretty wild flowers '4. t
Iflte .
rage firms here/claim that under the more ,percetlble and longer at Bone
his proper life lie is emancipatedfrom $gtr -_ l that enliven the aspect of J
present law they are unable to do vento, Solerno Casaino, Avelllno and -t ;
in that beasts are Bt
NOT RATIFY TREAT! sense a way ripening grain and testify to
business and In order to secure the< Caertellam-are, causing a panic without not.

market reports and gossip concerning doing arty damage i the pure and wholesome life '

the markets the "merchants 'here >elleve The head camp of Woodmen oi of.this prairie country. '

Senator Teller Inquires Into that a cotton exchange here Ie Jurisdiction ''C." which' includes Texas,, The Wranff Spirit. .

their only recourse. Arizona and New Mexico, has. discussed The president of the New York Nor- of the sohm
San Dominican Affairs., and action postponed: for the mal college was addressing a band of The nature

Dead Woman Restored to Life. establishment of a hospital for the young women. "Young women. he freed from all mineral substances--makes the grass wholly fibre, another ,I
St. Louis, March 16.After having said "generally make excellent teach-
!
APPOINTMENTS' ARE CONFIRMEE: treatment of Infirm members. word for adaptlbility to the many methods of manufacture and very long'wear. a
been pronounced dead. by two'phyal ers. But if you dislike the work turn
clans and a* nurse Mr*. Charles A A boiler explosion on board the torpedo to anything else but teaching We Practically It is indestructible by pear, ,,'- ,

Consideration of Senator Taller1 Ret Sweet wife of a provision merchanthas '!boat >destroyer' Launpo ''during cannot succeed ever In what we hate. I Being wholly fibre, it is a sanitary product; and 'moth will not attack

solution Will Take Place Fridayenators been restored by the infusion of (e her Trial run: has caused tne death oi Bad teachers, 'when we find them, are
two firemen says a dispatch from Vent persons who" dislike their work. Theyare I It. _. l
salt solution into her veins. Five
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>< Who Have Been Absent An
; ice. Two engineers were injured, but like the young girl In the country Furniture in all de igos. ,
weeke ago Mrs. Sweet, suffering from .'
Now In Their Seats. managed to close the valves, preventIng town who said to one of her friends: '
gastritis went to Hot Springs Ark., Art Squares 6x9 8z to, 9'1:12.: :
a greater disaster. 'Yes, I am going to take up teach-
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Washington ''March 16. Dea-plte tht apparently ceased' beating and respiiation '
ing.
Rugs in all sites T
*&ct that it Is recognlzad that then stopped.. She was. pronounceddead. The ICverctlmdcu. "The friend looked amazed. 'Yon?'

are not enough votes for the ratlflca A third pbysloian tried a sal The climate of the Everglades of the exclaimed. 'You d. schoolteacher ,

Won of the Santo (Domingo treaty solution infusion and Mrs. mweet re Florida la' almost faultless.' It Is' singu- Why I'd rather, marry a widower with
there was a general return today of Republican Tived. She l la now apparently, recovering larly equable showing no extremes of nine children.' M.-EGRUBER.

members, who have been ab her health. heat and cold and not subject to sud- 'So would I," said the other 'But

sent. Senators Lodge ana' Klttrldge den change. Eyen a "norther," comingout where Is the widower?' "New York

who have been away for a few dayi Locomotive Blown Up. of the region of ice and snow, ''Is Tribune. ;

were In their seats today and Senator ,Schenectady, N. Y., March .-B;] soon softened to milder temperature ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4.VTyy
Dolllver Is within reach if a vote explosion on an'engine on the New and the heat of summer is made genial Origin of She _.'0.
In' the early part of the nineteenthcentury -
should be called for. York' Central -railroad near here the though the mercury'may be; well up In r
in the town of Banjoemas
After the reading' : of the Journal today engineer, liner B. Allen of Albany, the eighties, by In the the ozonized airwhich The the island of Java, a negro native determined 'VyyVV11y'ILTt '..YYYYY.. .YYT9..TTYYYTYY.Y.
Is everywhere glades. yearIs
Mr. Teller asked if there wen was killed. The engine was examined .
to construct a musical Instrument -
divided into the and E
dry rainy sea-
objections to consideration of his res at this city, but 'no cause !>or the sons. The latter may be roughly spoken for his own ose. Taking a cheese SUMMER HOTEL CHICACO i I k

oluHon of Inquiry concerning
Domingo affairs. Mr. OiUIom -whf) was full and there was not apparent although well In tbe" glades sudden ran a handle through it, and adapting'

had arisen to move an executive sea defects In the fire box or boiler. Iis I light showers In limited areas are Violin Strings tuned to the first, third t10TE.PEji PR1PIn0

atom said that an opportunity woulc thought an explosive was mixed likely at any Reason, and in the autumna fifth and eighth notes of an octave; be II

be given tomorrow for the consideratlon with the coal. high degree of humidity is'constant.A christened it a banjo from the first and Transient rioter.
two syllables of his native town. Gradual I A High-Clous'; Family
of the resolution."I lifetime might be spent in the region '
and between Washington and Madison Avenue*, routing on the :
this Located Midway
know that" said Mr. Teller "but Killed Negro with Lump of Coal. and no sign of malaria ever be discov improvements on rough Boulevard adjourning) the Chicago: Unlveralty. Ir'
ready Instrument were made and about '
:It we are called to vote on the treat N. C.larch! ered. Pure air that moves In gentlo
Charlotte 16. Th
with'
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< the middle of the century It crossed the Parlor and Bedroom Private Bath and Board ror Two People,
this week we would have to act without breezes over a vast expanse of pure
state supreme court refused: to grant Atlantic and though unpopular in London from $30 to $40 per Week.
water Is the perfect assurance of
the Information. the'lnform- a writ of error ia! the case of James health, as evinced In the fine physique, at first soon became well liked. Twelve minutes from down town via Illinois Central Railway wAll
"Well I do not believe Llnkoua, the Radford wife murderer splendid coloring and athletic vigor of London Cbrgnlcie.DLw trains stop at 68rd St.. to which baggage should bo checked

ation we" would get its worth mudanY' and he will be hanged at RiChmond the Seminole who bas a monopoly of BRADLEY" MUSERVE.. Proprietor
said Mr. Cu'!lom. --- -----
way, on next Friday. On last Christmas'
; as fine a climate at' there is on earth '. = )r
Mr. Teller said he did not want tht day Unkoua killed his wife and adopted Century. : Early Risers .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPrinting .

resolution to' lose' Itsplace, and It was son' dn their home and set the The famous Uttla pills.

agreed that he might call it up tomqr house on flre.FORGED iJ


row.The executive senate session.then at 12:08 went int STOCK CERTIFICATES. To Consumers Only : FiIest THE TROPICAL SUN rte

The senate'today in executive see > Job Department
Came to Light at home Office of Iron "Remember you win get'your monev back if :not Pleased."
cJon confirmed the following nomina
Company In Colorado.
tions: Denver' March ICy-Forgtedl stool We have been selling the very best Block Butter me e'ln the world"DIAMOND -
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Secretaries of legt\tlon&-Roger She certificates of the Colorado Fuel andIron X" brantJ below. the wholesale" moiket price all the season

moat Gates Boutelle 111., at T-ic company have been unearthed b], Every new pusto'mer.was a sure convert to "Diamond X." We have sold ';?&.* .
Hague; Paul Grand dellautevllle, ol
Rhode Island at Berne. the presentation of a counterfeit cer Four Thousand Five Hundred Pounds of lbs[ Butter in the lust Sixty Days. *AZ&J&

Secretaries of embassies-John W. tlflcate for 100 shares of stock pan The wboleeal price in Jacksonville is 3Go per Ib. in cane lots. We have

Ga.rrett. of Maryland, at St. Petersburg value $1>0.000. at the Denver office 01. ) Five Hundred ]:Coundl'lin stock which we will sell to consumers only. At 35c yoyTrWeekly

; George Barclay! Rives' of New the The company certificate for transfer.came from, a lawyer per lb. lock t ; 3 blocks for $1.00; not more,than 8 lbs, at one time. I -fm",. *

Jersey. Also a at number Vienna.promotions an4 ap- at, Davenport Iowa. Appearing on 14 Ibs of Sugar Ifl 00 Fresh Cottoleuti! lie a pound /

the certificate as president of the com
aippointmentsin. the navy and revenue pany is the name of Jdraes A. Kol] Armour's Star Ham 15oa pound in pails from 2 to 10 pounds.
cutter service.
ler. Mr. Kobler was never president Armour's Breakfast Bacon 15ca Ro.yalBakiug l'owder40cpound cans
of the company. There la also on the
SURRENDER OF THE FLAGS. certificate the forged signature bf Sec. Lard I 80 a pound Cora'and' Roast Beef lie pound cans

retary D. C. Beaman. The counter. West Palm Beach has fine but riot to t.e
Civil War Trophies Await Orders of u graveyard, we are going
felt certificate baa no likeness to the
Southern Governors. buried In It, are you? swaa.
genuine certificates of the company ,

Ainsworth Washington the. military March secretary 18.General has It ifl evident from the "Ink olr et" Pay us your Cash for Groceries and Climb!) Out of That Hole.We -v"3"1v

marks near the company's name on the /
been charged by the secretary of counterfeit that other' counterfeit will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar spent for Groceries. te-l&i
war with the execution of the Joint: v rr iiSiSSr'
the were made at the same time and a Respectfully,. i
resolution of congress authorizing 45i355
watch has been ordered to l locateIf
return of civil war battle flags. strict THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO.

I General Ainsworth will send a circular possible, the counterfeiters and By H. J. BURKHARDT
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letter to the governors of n.lthe the makers. Across The 'Lake.

states known to be interested In j
the flags now In the custody of thewar : French Cabinet Will Investigate.Paris .
March 16.The French Co, ""'
them oi
department in forming Between
ble company has received a. dispatch .. Sailings ,
the action of congress and: asking theii
wishes with respect to the disposition from Manager Brun at Caracas saying JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK =
that a Judgment annulling the compa i #
of the flags borne by reglnwn-ts of The Beaeh Club
their respective states during the civil!! ny's concession is expected :March 20 Canine it Charleston 8.C., both wars
He does not mention any seizure 01 THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TUtt COASTWISE SERVICE k

_I'. cutting of cables which lead the com. : (INCORPORATED)
There are about 544 of these flags AND SOUTHERN LINES
pany to hope that M.: Brim's personal THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND
about 100 being union
and standards
with President Castro may
banners which fell into the hands of relations Restutanttiv Direct Service Between
obviate summary rfffcasureu. In the BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
the war' and' JACKSONVILLE
the confederate during
French cabinet council POINTS.
meantime the AND ALL EASTERN '
surrendered at the close of the .
were will examine the question at its sesslon. Calling at Charleston both ways. I
war': All of these old flags are now 8EMI.WKKKI.Y SAILINGS. .
tared In the flag room of the war de. Southbound. From Lewis Wharf Boston'.

partment, and are sold to be In a good Will Resign Chairmanjhlp. at1eakfast, :Imnehcon, sinner: Northbound From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville 1,3'v ,

state of preservation Washington, March 16.-Postmastei I .>. .' v

General Cortelyou- contradicts the re AT ALL HOURS CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE

GOO. S. Hacker Son port published today to the effect that ,/ Between Jacksonville and Oanford. {'

'.,J' 'he has reconsidered his determinationto -- Stopping at Palatka, Astor. St. Francis, Bereslord (DeLand) and b'''"
resign- Iris position as chairman: of .. Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River

the retain Republican the position national. "There committeeand hai Special Orders. ,. .,. Received'' for Parties;:' Steamers "City of Jacksonville"

been no change in plan" he said. '1 _of ,,Three or I More, "Fre.k DeBary" : e'- '

shall retire from the chairmanship. 1 Are appointed to Mil a* tollowi!-Leave. Jacksonville, dally except Saturday at 8:80: p. m

cannot say Just when ,but before a \ -ti Returning leave Sanford daily except Sunday at 9:30: a. tit. -' '

great while. Southbound Seh. To Members Only Re.d down.LeTejjopm. Read ay.
NEWS TERSELY TOLD. Open ..... .. ............ .... JACKSONVILLE.PALATKA. .. ... ..... ..............Arrive S oo am ll
SEASON OP 1903 845 pm............ ................. .............. ..... ..... Leave' S Co pra .
damaged Mu .1 .?. *. jooam ............. .................. A3TOH.ft ..... .. ............ .. .. .... *. 8 30 pnfc
Fire and water today Provldencd r 430 am:..... .:......... ....... ... ? FRANCIS.. .......,. .. .. ..... S oo pm .
sic' Hall block in the center of et e __ ,,., ....... .., .... BBF.K3FORD (DtLAND)...... ... ... : 1 ooprn
OP R. I. to an amount estimated al Arrive C30sm..6.. .....?............. ......SANI'JRn ............. .. .............. 9 so ana it
Boors MANUFACTURERS Sash $100,00G.< ]0 O?" nm..................................:...ENTEKf BI3B......"......"..,.....,.. :...... 10 ooam HKTIlE ", 4

Blinds, ,, Mouldings reports A dispatch tho death from of Palm Meyer Beach.Ouggen Flan, CITY MEAT MARKET'Florida : : General Passenger and Ticket Office. f22; ',W. Bay 5t? lacksonvlller. ;

Death IRONMONW KU.: Jr., AWI Oen'l Faw Alt 1M We.SI..J.ullaonrllle. { Yis.'
AND-- > M. '
-- the copper' capitalist. P.LOYELLSept..
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helm cad Western Meats Poultry, Game and Eggs.. .t3.WOPaRJr.Fre8htAat( 'r' ** .y
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73 .. hA.O.nAaER'rYDeal
Ke was -HOjfta Street. .r".eu..tnC'\Pl"ri "
Building Material, was due to pneumonia. boot 0' III1LXIn"1I'r'1! T4H.o 't
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0. Of age. 'Mail Order Receive Careful Attention Btt"'a A"w: :. P. .;LYJHII ill f-ftNl
CHARLESTON, S. years x '. b. KUKB.; UeneralAa-enls. II

Largest Factory South. which The was'BrItish driven armored ashore cruiser in the Kent Flrtt, Jefferson Block! WEST PALM BEACH Oenar, ChuoebrSSih DnUdlDIII W Stitq Sired* New 'TorkW l' 'L

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to a. 01., preaching every Sunday at f .
11 a. m. and 7 p. m., children's meet- :
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7 U. every Sunday at 0:30: p, m. Prayer '
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meeting every Wednesday evening at .l '
7 p. m. A cordial welcome Is extended J ,

to every one to all of ,the services. : '

a Regular services at the Congregationalchurch REAL4" f"I,

/ tomorrow morning and eveningat );
the usual hours, conducted by the .
Rev. P. W. Weatherwax. .
1I' pastor Public .
invited.Usual .
tr ESTATE ''
; _: services will be held at the '

Methodist church tomorrow morning and ,
\ evening at ll and 7:30: o'clock, conducted .. :-

,I ;, by the pastor Rev Dr. Henry Hice.. >
-'J.t\lr'ir The public cordially invited.
I EXCHANGESeveral
1. : Services at Holy Trinity Sundays, This;" week: offers .

Celebration 7 a. m., morning prayer .
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and sermon, 11 a. m.; evening prayer -

and sermon 7:15 p. m.; Sunday-school '

9:30: &. !m. Fridays: Litany, 9 a,, m.; ''
I Celebration Holy Bays 9 a. m. Choice Bargains'
Moth.ri "Grandma tell. me you have not one said 'Good morning' and .
4? kfat d her this week I shall rally have to puni.h you." At the Episcopal Church or Bethesda-
; Chlldi "Why mamma? For something I haven't done?" ".. jy-the-Sea there will be morning prayer in At ...
l on Sunday, at tt o'clock, and sermon by 1 ,.
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Rev. Charles Temple. The steamboat -,
j LOTTERY TICKETS SEIZED. I Wailing Vpon HI Bride. Palm Beach will leave the wharf of the Lake Front Cottages-Residences in West Palm Beach--Residence ))0

r Mobil Cuatom Officer Confiscates On. Two hundred years ago It was for a custom the- Hotel Royal Poinciana at 10:30: for the oc and Hotel. sibs and'Winter. Homes at Palm Beach, north of Royal Poinciana. grounds-Beautiful

Million Tickets. i 1 bridegroom very general to wait In upon England his bride ont church, retaining after service. Lake Front Lots in full view of East Side hotel grounds'and >Furnished and Unfurnished .'

t Mobile, Ala., March 16.-Collector:: 01 L t their wedding< day. :The following extract t 1 Houses Went" Palm Beach. > .
... Customs! William F. Tebbets, of the t f from John Shebbenre's "Matri "Sermons by the Devil." See !tread i /
.. Mobile district, has seized a million mony.; a book published In the middle It. At Idner'a. well worth
tickets] of the Honduras National lottery of the eighteenth century, testifies to | PThese bargains are investigation

company> and at the same Umnotlflad this and refers to the popular superstition : by any prospective buyers of property on either side of Lake Worth. I \
r 2 General W. L. Cabnll andI' about It: "The dinner being For Sale, To Rent Boarding.Furnlsh- ,
I W 8BTS. W. Bellumet and James Ray, served (Sir Oliver was the gayest man ed Rooms and Rooms To Let cards at
I' Office first door north of Dade County State Bank.
:': alleged officials of the company: to ap In the company. The: bridegroom and The Tropical Sun offlna. :r-: .
I \,, 1 pear at hla offlce. | bride sitting; by the side of each other, ;
The collector refused to discuss the the old gentleman observed: 'Ods-henrt, -
,,. matter but It Is known that Live seizure oils-heart! What, dine with the bride Finest.. lIne. of candles at the Ma- .y: ...- -''4:3olj: '.t- 'JY'O iti"i Ct, ; $
the first day I A flue bridegroom a ----- 1
}t. Is the result of correspondence: ; Jewsitl ul."ry. ,.
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which has been going on for some timei -
when I was married to stand behind
i;) .t between Washington and Mobile. BARGAINS
1 the brlde'8 chair with a napkin and Working Night and Day. 'THE
PHARMACY'Hes
the steam
j The tickets! were on board MODEL
serve her. Serve her today; she'll serve The busiest and mightiest little in
er HIram that reached here this afternoon '. thing
//t from Honduras, and the sam you always after. that ever "'as' made Is Dr. King's New REAL ESTATEPalm
; 'I vessel brought the alleged officials ol II Life Pills. These pills change weak- settled down to business for 1905, ,1i
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,. ,, Itt. theccripany.. I All farmers desiring loans should ness into strength listlessness Into Beach Hejidence Lot-Two miles .
f The company has been operating It 'u'dres or call on the Realty Mort energy braln-f agf Into mental power. nortb of Poinciana for sale at a bargain.. Entering the new year we < ;
,;r' this city for years, and the ticket!II I ;age Company West Palm Beach.Fla.c I They're wonderful In Building the Pineapple Plantation and Residence-forty ,.. i '
f Palm Beach, Fla n9ti up five acres, on canal, near Jupiter, 'ten ;
were to be had by any person wh ; health. Only 25c per box. Sold by all acres shedded clues first-class 9-room Mean to do our best S '
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could pay the price. No secret was I The Tropical Sun Is always. on saleit druggists. house, windmill tank, piping for sale!
r'r I>, +I' made of the existence of the companyand finer & Son's. very cheap for cash. Apply to On all occasions,to keep on hand ;
the seizure has created a big len Discs .
1'+' satlon. T. T? McOinley, undertaker and em- Prettiest line of statlone-y WALLACE R. MOSES, D" r
d, baalmer, West Palm Beach. Fla. business cards etc., ever seen in city. Weft I'alm Beach. Soaps :
The Tropical Sun' > ,
The Mexican: Letter Writer. I '? 'i
? As many of the lower classes in th I When you buy bread why not have inks The Realty Mortgage Company of Eeu de Cologne and other articles f ,
City of Mexico the best? The splendid reputation School desks and ,
can neither read nor West Palm Beach Fla., has an abundance -
? II' write the Mexican letter writer does' a I Majewskl's bread Is making for itself I blank books, at Idner'a. of funds to loan farmers. n9tfEpps Likely to please our customers t .
thriving i In Msnos; *. lIe writes letters I (Is due ,to tile care taken in baking. It I

jr'1'' ,, of all-It kinds--love matters little letters to him, begging, so that letters hIs Is be always excelled.the Try best;it.its quality can note ,IIWu .......... ."... ,-, ......._.....,.. ..........__,,_..."' __...... __ .._._.., -..... __- Pup in on our new and '

i paid for his work. These men are I
u found in the Plaza of Santo Domingo Handsome display of ATH-ROOM '
a sort of market place, where secondhand ftattttis & '.
p articles are for ,mIl!. Accessories or
& see what adds' '
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I II!. niaooTvr Get HIGH-GRADE <. '.
r City Chap (back from a visit to the ; Laneto Real comfort to lavatories :
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; ; farm-You know t thought I bad a ', ,
+ I cinch when the hired man told me to do your Men's Furnishings & Shoes 1 Mixing Drugs is Scientifically done -- ', '. .:
y milk the cow that didn't have any '
_1' ,. i, horns. Frleml-Wun't It? City Chap Gas Engine At our Store where delicious Ice ',. ; ,
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'I' free disturbance when a greenhorn Is milk Repairing CREAM from Famous BILTMORE .

I I, ing. It's the bind legs!-Detroit Free Sole Agents for this City for the following ....
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\.' .. Strong Lines of flerchandise You may have served to you

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Shoes for
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\ Furniture Lose ,
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See : I'er The Hamilton Brown Shoe:; ,#2.to $4' ..


'' i 4 Catalogue: Our Cent Shoes for Women Town Lots. I

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".i.',: i;' Orders_receive' Mail You .Pees The"The"LaFrance"})etcr Shoe Shoe,$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Cliiii i Residence i n L Lots t




'' Prompt Uit tlawes flats from $200, uJb 'l1

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1 t'S Cluett Shifts one-third cash, balance by semi-annual
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.Look at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet, 71 Inches hrgh.43 .tdi? installments, on reasonable time, according i'
a With plain oak back, only 11975With mjrror back, I 10x36 find 4 836: will
I !1' cost! $r-7J each extra. This i I.a rare bargain. Se.d me the cash today and will to price of lot. iJ
fs 1' ship at once from factory ..
1. Our Shoes are at Home For plats, and information apply to
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''. Agent Florida East Coast Railway. Land Department. ({.
f :Bargain FURNITURE House Palms Block .... West Palm Beach, Fla. West Palm Beach, Florida. !'>>i

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