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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 29, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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< WdRTHCLAIMS ANTHONY BROS' BUSY DAYS AT

LAKE ANNUAL SALE CABBAGE ISLAND CLOSING SCENES- OF



$ ; TWO MORE VICTIMS $8,000 'Worth of Goods at Palm Royal PoIncIana---Fleet May be A GREAT SEASON !

Beach Store to be Sold Increased Before Next .

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at Cut Prices. Season Opens.

i Lake Worth added\ two more victims BOAT CAME ASHORE. I After the breakfast hour Monday mornIng Then, too the weather conditional'IJ ,

last night to its long list. This morning the small rowboat washed The enterprising firm of Anthony While the lull of summer is becoming the flags that have floated 'over the throughout entire country have cow.'r!1

The drowned are: ashore near the west approach to the Brothers is calljng attention, by means apparent in business circles In this city, great Hotel Royal Polnciana since the bined to make the seasOn at Palm )Beach:,+G;f

railway bridge. It was almost filled with of an advertisement In The Tropical San at Cabbuge; Island Shipyard all Is hustle fourteenth of January were hauled down botb pleasant and profitable. ,'H
J James Golden, aged 40,Saratoga, N.:V. nod by means of widely circulated and and bustle from till late In
water and 'the anchor was lying on one early morn and folded away to await the dawn of The accommodations at Palm BeachM; :,
it Terry :McGovern. aged aj, New York of the, seats showing that the boat did attractive bills, to their annual cut price the evening. Messrs. Holmes Heckert another season. ? have been taxed to their utmost slnce'soon '

City. not crpsize but was swamped with the ale at their Palm Beach store As la have been taxed to their utmost during And thus came to a close the greatest after the opening days of the eea-rvj

James Sweeney, who was with the high waves sweeping over its sides usual throughout the land, the closing the past week in fitting out and storing tourist season that has ever been known son and there have been many rumors

:' party, had a desperate /struggle for life, of "seasons" find more or less stock on away various craft. at America's most popular and attract. of improvements that would probably;J.
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ONE BODY F t1ND. hand which it is not good policy to They have the contract for +
i''' but some two hundred and fifty 4 carryover taking care ive winter resort take place beforerthe"approach<< of another ;:*j!
swam Coming westward on Its noon trip the owing to change in the fashion of the Royal Poinciana fleet of launches The Breakers will close in a day or season, but whatever Improve-";\|

j yards, and, as he was almost ready to ferryboat ran over one of the victims of This I. the case with Anthony Brother and auxiliaries and have been busy dry- two and then Palm Beach will lapse into meats are to be made have not'yet been,;,"
give up, grasped the bow of a launch last tragedj-.whcn about just at the close of the Palm Beach docking them to There is
night's twenty- now so speak the silence of "the good old summer: given out by the hotel company, How:+,
near the railroad dock.SWEENEY'S. five yards northeast of the railroad pier. season, and they propose to give the people some talk of adding more vessels to the time." ever the public may rest assured they 'i(;

STORY. At this point the water' U very shallow, the bene6t of reductions} in price that already large number composing the Not only from a business point of anything is lacking to make Palm Beachff:

James Sweeney, the "surviving member as is evidenced by the fact that the ferryboat will-be worth while to consider and take fleet, but the matter has not yet taken i view has the season just closed been the great it will be provided. :;4

of the party was seen by a representative is of very light draught aud the advantage of. She;' Anthonys are pro- definite shape. I most prosperous, as well as remarkable, At West Palm Beach the season hair '.

r of The Tropical Sun this morn shock, as the vessel struck the body, was gressive; business men and men of Integrity During the week the firm have over' that bas ever been known here, but it also been phenomenal, and the board-t d|

ing and gave the following account of very perceptible to the passengers on and their word as to goods is as good hauled, fitted up and made ready for has been altogether the most enjoyableone. ing-bouses and hotels have bad all they

the accident: board the boat. The clothing of the unfortunate as a bond. It will pay to take advantageof her voyage the beaatiful boat belongingto More p ople have come., to Palm could do to take care of the great multitudes -,*,*d'

i The three young men have been employed man was caught up by the pro their offerings.For Mr. Gr.ier Hirsch, of Philadelphia to Beach and the amusements have been since last December Already

d as porters at the Hotel Royal peller and the body was drawn close up a more complete description of which port she will be conveyed by her greater and more vanled, and there has botelists and ...boarding. .house keepers.
against the steru of the boat, stoppingthe the great sale at the Palm Beach store, crew of picked men. \
Poinciana during the season just closed, been every indication that the season of have begun plaoniug to enlarge and ioi:

and last.\ evening they completed their engines. The body was taken ashore read the mammoth advertisement of I Beside the above, the fine, trim boatof 1905 is but the beginning of a greater crease tbelrjj'facjlife; \ s before another1'

: "duties for the season and made plans togo and, proved to be that of Terry McGov Anthony Brothers, which appears on the Mr J4v. Sleighter, of New York City, Palm Beach, which favored resort Is des year, and flic tourist who come to tte'lWest !';)
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( their Northern homes this morning. ern.The fifth page of today's Tropical Sun has been made ready for her long voyage tined to become: for three months of the Side,' ncedUiave no fear that the.>

Early in the evening they decided to remains were taken to the under. and is already well on her way. year the social Mecca of the world. will-be"well:provided for.
'taking parlors of D. W. Penton & Co., Four Find Watery Grave.
come over to West Palm Beach and spend From present indications, the season
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an will be forwarded to New York tonight in Banana'river' will be prolonged several weeks at the -nrrr
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t an evening of recreation. I Caught a, equal Inland
They came across on the ferryboat, or tomorrow morning. near Rockledge, in a small rowboat, four Island, ana should plans mature that are Water-Way. PARAGRAPHSPURELY i
It is learned that young McGovernwas considered there will be A St. Augustine dispatch to the Times.
but, unfortunately, tarried too late 'to I persona were drowned, last Friday after- being busy
' return on the last boat which leaves the the only support an aged mother,, .noon. scenes at the island through. the entire Union last Saturday contained the following PERSONAL

dock here about; II o'clock.At who resides in the Empire State. ':1 I The dead are Mrs. Miller, of Chantau- season., : ,
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11:45: they sec'ared; a rowboat and SECOND BODY FOUND. qua, N. Y.; Mr. Moore, of Holyoke, Rare Treat Promised "George; F. Miles, manager of the People -is They Come and QO--4

started across the lake. A stiff breeze, The body of James Golden was found 'Mass.; Miss Edith Moore, of Holyoke, '
Miss Hanna Phoebe of the Florida East Coast Line Canal and Transportation People Whom You May or :
almost a gale, was blowing from the a few minutes pasta o'clock this after- Mass., and A. A. Baldwin, of Georgt- Shippee, '
Miami Conservatory of Music, will give Company, has just returned 'a. May Not Know. ; "i':';;
northeast, the lake was like a raging sea, noon by the crew of rescuers wbo have aua. Fla. ,
the waves rolling high and threatening been dragging the lake since early this Several parties went to Ocean Beach a concert in Zapf's Hall on Monday from Tallahassee, where be went with "1\\

pite( small craft at every stroke of the morn( g. The body was first hooked by from Georgiana. In,returning a violent\ night, April commencing at eight I Judge White and tharlea M. Cooper, attorneys Postmaster J. C. Stowerg spent yeste4"f:;t|
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o'clock. the to a
+ half across the wire north party in roWboat and company present day in Miami business. 'in
oar. When nearly way the drag about fifty yards squall caught a a on ,'1\"t\! ;
before the of inter-
trustees the
The friends of Miss request
' lake, as near as Mr. Sweeney could tell, west of the ferry landing and was at the tour persons: were drowned. many Shippee .' :n
hive, been anticipating this event all improvement fund for an extension Messrs. A. P. and J. R. Anthony | .
the little rowboat swamped and in less once taken to the undertaking parlors i The boat contained Mr. and Mrs. Mil f.r
I of time in the of the spent yesterday In Miami.
; I winter, and her decision to Monday completion water-
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time than it takes to tell It all three of of J. B. McGinley. Iler l of Chautauqua. N. Y.; Mr. Moore appear .
evening is being heartily welcomedby way from the St. Johns river to the keys. Prof. F. Berk and
of
J. wife Boyntoiujlare
' the young men were overboard. Wuen taken from the water Goldenwas daughter Edith, of Holyoke, Mass ,
t Sweeney says it all happened in such clutching tn his right hand a box of I and A. A. Baldwin of Georgians, with all. Since the last extension of time, granted. spending today in the city. jLikt J
Her success and this winterin by the last Legislature, the canal company '
Short time that an accurate description matches'and bad evidently drownedsoon whom 'the parties were boarding. popularity Mr. J. T DeBerry was among the 'via,+4Jk
; of the horrible tragedy is almost impos after falling into the water. All were drowned but Mr. Miller. Miami prophecies a great pleasure for has done excellent work. Two itors to the Magic City yesterday. t l
v those who be fortunate large dredges have been constantly em-
sible. lIe asked his companions If they Friends of the unfortunate men 'nad When the squall struck them the boat may enough to '!
i hear her voice in West Palm Beach. ployed in digging through the Matanzas Mr. E. M. Brelsford went down
could swim and they answered him that not decided up to the hour of going to capsized: and although, they all clung to :
P I Miss Shippee will be assisted by.,focal divide, below this city, which,when com Miami yesterday, to look after 1 his bulq': '
they could. A moment later he heard press whether the bodies would be the boat a few minutes, their hold was
talent, already well known oy the music pleted, will connect the waters of the ness interests ,
their cries for help and in another mo- shipped north or buried here; but they I gradually lessened by the heavy seas, Jjf''
} + Halif' and Matanzas rivers. This
ment everything was quiet and the struggle will be prepared for burial and it is very which suddenly raised to a height of lovers of the City iz cut Mr. S. Bobo Dean, of the Palm Beacfe::

had ended. He struggled; in the liitely that they will be forwarded north eight feet and one by one they went The tickets will be on sale at Riegel'sat of nine miles is practically through solid News spent Monday in Miami, looking< ;

water and darkness for what seemed to tomorrow down. the usual popular pricesreservedseats land Visitors to the dredges at the present after his. newspaper Interests in the Mag J.Ie J.

him like bours, he said, but in reality it I The young man Sweeney the only I Mr. Miller drifted toward the shore So. cents, general admission 35 time can walk dry shod ahead of City. ,j ij.
either of the two dredges. The course '
I cents children eenty.Crate .
must have been only a short time, for he i, survivor of the party. Is grief-stricken opposite Lotus, about two miles and a 25 lies rich Mr. H. P. Savage( the. efficient aa is$:,
through a prairie, extending
came ashore with the wind and tide. | beyond description over the loss of his half where his cries for help was heard, Material. parallel with the coast for many miles. ant engineer of the East Coast Hot ii+

As soon as he was ashore young Sweet companions, but realizes that he, too, and he was carried into a house and The close Waterworks Company,left Sunday night:
dredges are now so together
r ney gave I the alarm, Constable Robert bad a very narrow escape and is thankful taken care of. He could have held out Just received, a carload of Pineappleand that the smoke from their stacks can be for Mobile, Ala., where he was called on'

Hanong and .others being soon found, that he is alive.-.Had they known it, for only short. time longer. Beau Crates. EAst Coast Lumber seen all day long. account of the serious ness of his father! ":],

''f. I but In the darkness of the night nothing I it is said that all three men could have :Look up Branning's ad. and Supply Company. 29-3' "When the Matanzas cut Is completedthe R. G, Sulzer, formerly of this city",but

could he done. waded ashore, as the water.:.where the light-draught vessels will have a clear who is now a resident of Miami,is spendj

r This morning many bgata.with large drowning occurred is very shallow, but waterway from this city down the coast ing a few days in the city, looking after" ,.

1 crews of men are dragging the lake In I in the darkness of the night and owingto STATE APPROPRIATIONS by the inland route to Biscayne Bay, and his property interests.. He expect t T
of the place where the two the roughness of the lake, the men
the vicinity I from there they can go through the Flor. retnrn home the latter part of the weeki:
.... evidently became.rattled and J 1
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men went down. gave up. FOR EDUCATIONTallahassee Ida keys to Key West, or any other deep Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Prince, ot Ne '

d water. This dove the intends York City left for home this /
-----,r company morningThey ;,.
Ij. CARD Palm Beach 9:24: p.m. arriving at Jacksonville --- ---'- I to cut the canal through from the St. I have spent the entire winter her f

NEWTIME at 840: a.m. Johns to North river which Is the upper and were more than pleased with tbt

his presumed here thai this schedule Fla., March aS.-Among The growth of the State College in the part of the Matanzas rifor. This will climate and surr undings. They .mat*.

TO-MORROW is only temporary, and that as soon as the many questions for the coming Leg. past few years! has been most phenomenal. give a continuous inland waterway for be here again next season V':

the tourist traffic is entirely over train islature to solve one of the moat interesting The two new dormitories had been light draught vessels all the way from Mrs. Charles H. Miller left Tuea'daj;:; '

veral, Important Changes In the No. 29 will reach "West Palm Beach will be the question of appropriations completed but a few mouths before they the St. Johns to North river, all the way for St. Augustine for an Indefinite stay.
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earlier in the evening. time to permita for the loges. were filled and students had to seek down tilt east Florida coast. It is not
Movement of Trains OverF some After her return she will visit friends til\) ,
r It is thought in of the State homes in private families in the
of the mail has parts city. known how mure the canal
k' distribution This many years Key West and on the West Coast ,and
'"-' E. C. Ry. been the custom of tLe road for several that an effort will be made to consolidatethe Today there are about as' many students company will ask for In which\ to finis!! then go north for an extendad trip' fox

.l years. State schools and have one big uni boarding*tin the city as there are in the the work. The extension of time under recreation and recovery of health taking ,

Effective at Ujoi: ouiorrpw wording a versify; but the time is hardly ripe for dormitories. It is evident that some re which it is now working expires July I in Richmond and Washington. ., *.i!AMiss
t+ nets" time card goes'inlo effect over then Attention, Delrayl I this yet, and the result will probably bea lief will have to be given by the Legis of this year. It iiJ understood that the "
Coast Railway by which wild scramble by different Institutions lature in order for the school to accommodate Pearl Murray, who has been theguest ,
+ Florida East My shop at Defray will' be open neat theme canal company has ample mean to carry
of her uncle and MrantIMrs
aunt (
trains and 35'and 74 and 28.sn'd for big appropriations. those who seek admission. Up ,
1 through 33 for and the entire successful
Monday,.April 3, horseshoeing enterprise to a con W. Bell Olive
atree't."ef.
the"Shoo-Fly"between Palm Beach T. It will be remembered that the Legislature to the present date this year the total John on 1,.
.. blacksmithing. J. CAMPBKLI, elusion, and no time will be lost in pressIng pects to leave tomorrow for Jacksonville.She .
: and Miami are discontinued. of two years ago was very liberal eurollment has reached the 360 mark. the work if the extension: of time
Under the oew-timecard train will Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Taylor and Miss tn the matter of appropriations, several Ther are fourteen seniors this year to asked for is has been quite a favorite among,the,

t arrive and depart from this city as fol- Agnes, their daughter, of Toledo, Ohio, of the schools receiving over $rooooo five last year, and sixty freshmen to -granted.'---'- .-- young people during her stay in (bis; ,
friend Miss Ella B. Mitchell City and will be greatly missed by'thent.J !'I
and their
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lows: each. 'Gov. Jennings found a flaw in the twenty-eight; last year which is a most Notice, City Taxpayers I ", ,,
SOUTHBOUND.No. of Grativllle Ohio, expect to start on bill and vetoed over half of the amounts remarkable climb for one year, .

leave Jacksonville .8:0.5 p tn; their homeward journey Thursday morn appropriated.The The State is supporting, besides the Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers P .rold'Roofing. ..5t;
99 of West Palm Beach that the tax
West Palm Beach, 7506 a.m., arriving at ing. They have spent the winter here, board of trustees of the Universityof university at Lake City and the State Just received a large shipment from-'j? ;
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close next
the Nilson house the lake books for the year 1904 on '
Miami a.m. occupying: on Florida met here last week and helda College at Tallahassee the East Florida the factory. Get our prices East Coas\
9:35 .
front south Olive street. The membersof Friday night, March 31. All person whoare
No. 29,, leave Jacksonville to a.m.; consultation with Gov.' Broward. What Seminary Gainesville, and the South Lumber and Supply CompaQ1i3'
West Palm Beach, '9 p.m., arriving at the party are enthusiastic In their resulted Is not known, but it is stated on Florida State Normal School at DePunlak delinquent are requested to call on -- \

,Miami u:25: p.m. praise of West Palm Beach and Its.glorlua good authority thathey will ask for an It is needless to say that all these instltationa me, at the Council chamber,,and settle Just Received. "
the thus avoiding extra coat.W. : .
NORTHBOUND.' climate..._____ appropriation of at least f rnoooo. will be asking for large appropriation SlIme, W HBNBRICKSON Car of Portland Cement and Keyat

f 4'' fir., ., When you buy bread why not have The Florida State College here will :*. Whether the Legislature this Lime. Get our: prices while it is fr
vr k binml6a.m West Palm City Tax Collector.
No. leave ; the beat The splendid reputationMajewski' at
_ 78, also ask for a large amount, and in the year will be as liberal. the one of two : a Coast Lumber and Supply Com
bread la for itself pun}
Beach 8:20 .: arriving at Jacksonville making ,
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I.i due to the care taken in baking It case it absolutely necessary that years ago Ii not known;; but a lively I Fine line ,of latest style visiting -"- '
-7:30-: : p.m. Miami p.m.West I la always the beet; 1U quality. can not more room be given the school or manj* fight Is expected by the friends of the cards and latest In letter, at The Finest line of candles' s.t''tba

a t5 i,, ,No. 98 (leave 7:1: J ; be excelled. Try It. student will be turned away next year.F several institutions. I Tropical Sun. Call and see sample.. |wskl bakery


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ti 11iAY HAVE TOCONDEMN the Jacksonville Board of Trade Urging PARAGRAPHS $ y# *rfecc !D $

t' that the local hoard indorse a bill entitled :
LANDS : "A bill to regulate the sale of PURELY ,PERSONALPeople A ,
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stocks in bulk," and the second: "An THE ."'" ... '''' 7 7ai
act to amend the Constitution relatingto ., '" t
Continued from pace 1. is They Come and Oo-- :i!:
55 This bill i ::':;>
the garnishment of :
wages. "
t i way of progress; that when be first pro provides that steps be taken to amendthe People Whom You May or TROPICALREAL I ,. '

.1\.1I posed to sell it to the drainage promoters Constitution BO that a partial garnishment May Not Know. ._ '. :.
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s ( he wanted $3,000, but as soon as another of wages can be made upon mar- \'. i : "
which ried Both the were referred E. In .,' M-\\ ''; to ,
: route had been surveyed, through men. requests Mr. M. Gruber spent Thursday .. ). .
i i right of way could be secured for $1,700, to the Committee on Laws. Miami on business, 4 + .
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Dr. Munyon Immediately scaled his figures Mr. J. F. Hoffman, representing the Capt. W.,. H. Moore, of Hypoluxo, I .. .
s to $!.Soo. It was further conceded Improved Order of Red Men,brought was in the city yesterday. '

4? by business men present that, instead ot' to the attention of the board the fact Mr. George; W. Laiuhatt haa gone > + "
? I being damaged the holdings of Dr. that, on May 16 and 17, the local lodge North for a three weeks' business trip. :
Munyon would be materially\ benefited will entertain the Great Council of the ,
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q and enhanced in value. In short, Dr. State of Florida,, and be invited the Mrs. L. A. Willson was called to Kis- ESTATE :
simmee the \illness of her
Thursday hy
Muayon wall "roasted" morethan once Board of Trade to co-operate with the
55 Red Men In providing entertainment for mother, Mrs. Frazier.
? during the evening.
I? ,1'. In answer to a question from Mr J. R. the fifty or more delegates who, will at. Messrs. SlI. P. Dye and S. C. Dye, of .' ?

lI Anthony, Jr., Mr. W. I. Metcalf stated tend, and to assist in making the occa- West Palm Beach, were visitors in Miami EXC'nANGE
that condemnation proceedings would sion one of profit to the city as well as a yest rday. Miami Metropolis Thurs ;

ft;I unquestionably be legal. lie said the pleasure to the delegates and visltora. day. This week offers .

Ar r ; statutes provided that, acting upon a In this connection it developed that a "Mr. and Mrs. Charles VanCampen, of \ A*
I 'petition .signed by a given number of rate of one and one-third fare had been Rochester, Wia., are here for a ;week"3 l .
; $' property owners, the Board of County secured over the Florida East Coast Rail sightseeing and pleasure. The are.at
5 ". Commissioners could appoint viewers or way, and a similar rate had been prom. Minaret Cottage.

y''. I ,,i appraisers of the lands in question and ised from all points in Florida by the Mrs. J. W. Sanders and her two lilt'.e Several Choice Bargains

% ;5 SA proceed with the work of drainage. He officials of other roads. sons left yesterday for Fitzgerald, Ga.,
K further said that it was in the power of On motion a committee, conflating, of to visit a few weeks. They will be joined
.the county to issue scrip to carryon the chairman, E. T. Moore, M. E. Gru- there in a week or two% Mr. Sanders.Mr. -1 3 JLJ.Lakq .
i, r such work cf improvement. ber and Secretary II. P. Brannlag, was .
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Silas B. Wright, a well.known
sA; V, '!f '\'. On motion of Mr M. E. Gruber and appointed to operate with the Red Floridian, especially among the Masonic 4 Front Cottages--Residences: in West Palm Beach--Residence

1 Mr. II. P. Branning the report of the Men. fraternity, was in the city Wednesday. '::0 and Hotel si tea' and Winter Jlomea' at Palm Beach, north of Royal Poinciana ground-Beautiful
committee accepted and the com WANT LOWER INSURANCE.
was I Mr. Wright's home is in DeLand, wherehe Lake Front Lots in full view of East side: hotel grounds and cottages-Furnished and Unfurnished ,
puttee was continued, which leaves it Mr. M E. Grubir made a move in the "'
has extensive business interesus.
houses in West Palm Beach.
+ { ". optional with the special committee as right!: direction just before the meeting A
II/" Mr. and Mrs L. E. Jones, of Chicago,
to whether condemnation proceedings adjourned, when be called the attention :
'
: shall be instituted or the right( of way of the board to the fact that it was about after pleasant stay at Minaret Cottage, These bargains are well worth investigation
left for home Mr. and
on Wednesday.
or secured i:: some other time the insurance lowering
purchased : way companies were
Mrs. Jones are so much pleased with this by any prospective buyers of property on either" side of Lake Worth.
.
) kWOULD PROTECT FISH. the rateou fire insurance in West "-
f section of Florida that they will locate
Communication were received 'from,I Palm Beach The gasoline tanks had l here and build a winter home. V Office first door north of Dade County State Ban .
t,! Messrs. J. C. Stowers and George C. La been removed to a safe distance from the ,

''I .i I Orange,complaining;that the use of net I business portion of the city, a splendid 1 1

,, J and seines by fishermen in Lake Worth water service had been secured, one of .. ::+:.. -'+. '5+....".3crt. !o,.:).+...,,OI(' .C3r>: O: ::<+ooE...:+".3O.Oc( .C ->+CIf 1I)' jQ, 3C4 3Cf ,:
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it threatened to of the the best fire departments in the country ;;
l.i :: destroy one greatesl t Get Lane ._"V.'q
r ,, attrnctions that the city offered to the had recently demonstrated its ability to \ .
handle the fire fiend, and, in fact,
everything -
tourist-that for Thes
qf fishing sport. to BARGAINSin Q
t'S
op your
f gentlemen asked that the Board of Trad had been accomplished that the
I : insurance companies had requested. It
urgeuponourrepreseutativesintbeStatLegislature e Gas Engine
the of I was now up to them to give the city a I
: \\t' is necessity protect nj REAL ESTATEPalm The Beach ClubINCORl'OBATKD .
t:" E(, the fish in the waters of Lake Worth b y lower rate. Repairing ,1
fry i : enacting a law that would prohibit thi I A .notion prevailed that the chair appoint Beach Residence Lot-Two miles .
A
,. use ot seines and nets. Several gentlemen ; o a committee of two to take the north of Poinciana for sale at a bargain. ( )
'f present claimed that the use o.f I matter up with the Southeastern Tariff Pineapple Plantation and Residence-forty
''pI seines and nets in no affected the.. Association. The chair stated that he five acres, on canal, near Jupiter, ten estaa
way Indian River .
Fancy Oranges acres shedded Dines, first class! 9-room
would this later, and
appoint committee
of fish in the lake and whie'j'
/ \ quantity house, windmill, tank, piping, for sale 1ant'I
': the matter was being discussed Attorney this morning announced that he had appointed Wholesale and Itctall very cheap for cash. Apply to
Messrs. M. E. Gruber C. -- 'I
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'i I Metcalf suggested that it was useless t o "
iyr\ : to argne the question at present a.. suet Stowers and G. G. Strohm. Poultry and Eggs WALLACE R. MOSES, "

legislation would necessarily come an The board adjourned at 10 o'clock. LAKE WORTH PRODUCE CO. West Palm Beach. Bt1eakfast t; Lmneheon, Oitnet1 1
'BI i ,t''! i' der the head of "special legislation; ,' i
\ The Tropical Sun la always on Bale :
\\1 ( ;1 \ notice of which must be given sixty day. at Idner & Son's. The Realty Mortgage Company of AT ALL HOURS "
"t
C. H. PRICE, rianager
; West Palm Beach Fla., has-an abund-
the of the State
N prior: to convening Leg "
Olive! Street West Pal 1BeachFla. ance of funds to loan farmers. n9tf t
;. r, islature. All farmers desiring loans should 1ti ,
: -I,i ::5 It was stated that the'fishing (Indostrjin r address or call on the Realty Mortgage .-------.. ... ... .
f, Company, West Palm
Beach.Fla.
West Palm Beach was a greater sourci eI Palm Beach, Fla. n9tf --- _. "" --- ...... -. -._,-"-- -- Special Orders Received for Partiesof -
of than that element of touris1
1 II i; revenue
.; f ,'r trade which comes here for the sole pur, Three or More
5 School desks and Inks, supplies and
.;f I pose of catching fish merely for sport.. blank books, at Idner' &
i l' .Following; this statement it was move J-lsiFFis Epps .

\ And carried that a committee of three b e Leave your orders at The Tropical (
9' q i 1 appointed gather statistics concerning Sun office for all kinds of engraved HIGH-GRADE Open To Members Only

ii i', '"' the fishing industry about the city anc and monogram. stationery and visiting SEASON OP 1905West 1
; present the same at the next session ol f
cards.
,l II the board. The chair appointed as thi:A1S Men's & ShoesSole
,t ? .I'"I committee Messrs. George Newcomb,, "Sermons by the Devil." Bee It- Furnishings d Tiv% %%it%%%%%
r ''d
ji, ,. I John, B. Beach and Charles B. Kendall. read It. At Idner's. .

f''t:. '. Two more requests for relief fram: th
t ,. l' State Legislature were laid before th ee Finest line of candles at the Ma-
Agents for -this City for the following ,a'I
::4 t '' board the first of which was a bill from I JewsH: bakery.
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Strong Lines of flerchandise
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Ir, ," Orders one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

'se l '; Receive PassUs' installments, on reasonable time, accord- i ,.;

rt d Prompt j4auues fiats ing to price of lot. I

For plats and (all information apply to f
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1 + 1'';" Look at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet, 71 inches high, 43 wide, Claett Sbit1ts WALLACE R. MOSES -f4

a ? t With plain oak back, only $19.75. With mirror back, I 10x36 and 4 8x36 will ,
fit: '' cost $1.75 each extra This i. a rare bargain. Send me the cash today an.d I will Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.

D I ship.at once from factory, West Palm Beach .
i .Our Shoes are at HomeIn Florida. ,

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: / ', v, HTHI THOPICtl.SU/t, Wo/8l .J WUU. A1A, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905. PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE. NO. 1070 1

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) TWO MORE, VICTIMS' $8,000 Worth of Goods at Palm Poinciana Fleet' May be A GREAT SEASON?

Beach Store to be Sold Increased Before Next ;

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at Cut Prices. Season Opens. '.
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Lake Worth a\ded\ two more victims BOAT CAME ASHORE. After the breakfast hour Monday morning Then, too the weather condition
The enterprising firm of Anthony While the lull of summet is becoming: the that have floated 'over the the '
last night to its long list. This morning; the small rowboat washed flags throughout entire country have com-:
The drowned are ashore near the west approach to the Brothers is calling attention, by means apparent in business circles this city, great Hotel Royal Poinclana since the bind to make the season at Palm Bukk

I : railway bridge. It was almost filled with of an advertisement In The Tropical Sun at Cabbage: Island Shipyard all Is bustle founteenth of January were hauled down both pleasant and profitable. .i

J James Golden, aged 40, Saratoga, N Y. water and the anchor was lying on one and by means of widely circulated: and and bustle from early morn till] late in and folded away to await the dawn of The accommodations at Palm Beach

Terry McGovern, aged 25, New York attractive bills, to their annual cut price the evening. Messrs. Holmes &Heckert
of the seats, showing that the boat did another season. have been taxed to their utmost since\
City notcppsize but was swamped with the sale at their Palm Beach store, As is have been taxed to their utmost during And thus came to a close the greatest soon after the opening days of the! ses\4: |

James Sweeney, who was with the high waves sweeping, over its sides. usual throughout: the land, the closing the past week In fitting ont and storing tourist season that has ever been knownat son and there have been many rumor]
of "seasons' find more or less stock on away various craft. America's most and attract of {
party, had a desperate struggle for life, popular improvements that would probably
v ONE BODY FOUND. hand which it is not good policy to carryover They have the contract for taking care ive winter resort take place beforef'lhe approacb'Of,, air ?
but swam some two hundred and fifty westward ita trip the owing to change: tu the fashions. of the Royal Potuclana fleet of launches
Coming on noon : The Breakers will close in a day or other season, but whatever lmprov*J|
yards, and, as he was almost ready to ferryboat ran over one of the victims of This Is the case with Anthony Brothers and auxiliaries and have been busy dry- two and then Palm Beach will lapse into meats are to be made have not yet beeny

give up, grasped the bow of a launch last night's tragedywhen about twenty- just now at the close of the PAlm Beach docking them so to speak. There is the silence. of "the good old summer given( out by the hotel company! Hover:

near the railroad dock.SWEENEV'S'. five yards northeast of the railroad pier. season and they propose to give the peo- some talk of adding more vessels to the time." ever the public may rest assured that U

STORY. At this. point the water is very shallow, ple tbe benefit of redactions: In price that already large number composing the Not only from a business point of anything Is lucking to make Palm Beac*

James Sweeney, the 'surviving member as Is evidenced by the fact that the ferry will"be worth while to consider and take fleet, but the matter has not yet taken I view has the season just closed been the great It will be provided.

boat is of very light draught and the advantage of. Tlie: ,Anthonys are pro definite shape. most well ,
of the partyi was seen by a representative prosperous, as as remarkable, At West Palm Beach the season';ha*>,ijj
of The Tropical Sun tbiD morning shock, as the vessel struck the body, was gressive businessmen and men of Integ- During the week the'firm have overhauled that has ever been known here, but it also been phenomenal, and the boar,,;,(

and gave the following account of very perceptible to the passengers onboard rity, and their word as to goods is as goodas fitted up and made ready for has been altogether the most enjoyableone. ing-bouses and hotels have bad all they' ',*

the accident: the boat. The clothing of the unfortunate a bond. It will pay to take advantageof her voyage the beaatiful boat belongingto More p ople have come to Palm could do to take care of the great: multitudes -#

i The three young: men have been em- man was caught up by the pro their offerings. Mr. Grier Hirsch, of Philadelphia, to Beach and the amusements have been since last December. Already th "|'

ployed as porters at the Hotel Royal peller and the body was drawn close up For a more complete description of which port she will be conveyed by her greater aud more vaqled, and there has hoteliats and f.oarding.house keeper]!
against the stem of the boat stoppingthe the sale at the Palm Beach store, crew of picked men.
,, Poinciana during the season just closed, great been every indication that the season of have begun >'plan'tlir.It, to enlarge and increase -;|

and' last evening they completed their engines. The body was taken ashore read the mammoth advertisement of Besides the above, the fine, trim boatof 1905 is but the beginnin/tjf: a greater taeirj! gucjTigies; before another*

.. ';duties for the season and made plans togo and proved to be that of Terry McCoy- Anthony Brothers, which appears on the Mr.J.W.Slelghter, of New York City, Palm Beach, which favored resort is des. year, and tlie tourists. who come to tl.; '

their Northern homes this morning. em. fifth page of today's Tropical Sun. has been made ready for her long voy- tined to become for three months of the West Side" ne;dJiave BO fear that the

Early to the evening they decided to The remains were taken to the under. age, and is already well on her way. year the social Mecca of the world. will-be"well provided for. 'i','
taking parlors of D. W. Fenton & Co. Four Find Grave. 'i'
'' come over to West Palm Beach and spend Watery 4 From present indications, the season ,
ant will be forwarded to New York to. in in will be prolonged several weeks nt the ---- .<. 'I
t .an evening of recreation. Caught a, squall Banana river, / Inland
night or tomorrow morning.It small Island, and should plans mature that are Water-Way.. PARAGRAPHSPURELY
They came across on the ferryboat, near Rockledge a rowboat, four )
I but, unfortunately, tarried too late ''to is learned that young McGovern persons were drowned, last Friday after being considered there will be busy A St. Augustine dispatch to the Tim e.-

return on the last boat which leaves the was the only support ot an aged mother:, noon. scenes at the island through. the entire Union last Saturday contained the following PERSONALPeople }

I dock here about II o'clock.At who resides In the Empire: State. The dead are Mrs. Miller, of Chautau- season., :- --_._-- : ".'

11:45: they secured a rowboat and SECOND BODY FOUND. qua, N. Y.; Mr. Moure, of Holyoke, Rare Treat Premised: "Ceor(e F. Miles, manager of the 43 They Come and 'Go-: '

started across the lake. A stiff breeze, The body James Golden was founda Mass.; Miss ndith;; Moore, of Holyoke,
Florida East Coast Line Canal and Trans- People Whom You May or,
Miss Hanna Phoebe of the ,
almost a gale, was blowing from the few minutes pasf3 o'clock this afternoon Mass., and A. A. Baldwin, of Georgians. Shippee,
Miami of Music will portation Company, has just returned Not Know.
northeast, the lake was like a raging: sea, by the crew of rescuers who have Fie.Several. Conservatory give y May ,
in Hall from Tallahassee, where he went with
the waves rolling high and threatening been dragging; the lake since early this parties went to Oceanus Beach a concert Zapf's on Monday
night, April 3rd commencing at eight Judge White and Charles M. Cooper, attorneys 'I..
,
the small craft at every stroke ot the morning.( The body was first hooked by from Georgians. In,returning a violent Postmaster J. C. Stowerg spent jester .

oar. When nearly half way across the the drag wire about fifty yards north squall caught a party in: a roWboat and o'clock. I for the company, to present a day In Miami on business. <'

lake ss near as Mr. Sweeney could tell west of the ferry landing and was at the tour persons; were drowned. The many friends of Miss Shippee request before the trustees of the inter- 'lJ I'\{.
hive been Improvement fund for an extension Messrs. A. P. aDd J. R. Anthony
anticipating: this event all : j
the little rowboat'swamped and in less once taken to the undertaking parlorsof The boat contained Mr. and Mrs. Mil- "
I decision of time in the completion of the water- spent yesterday in Miami '
winter and her Monday
r to appear \
time than it takes to tell It all three of J. B. Mc6iuley. ler, of Chautauqua. N. Y.; Mr Moore
and Edith of Mass evening is being heartily welcomedby "way" from the St. Johus river to the keys. Prof. J. F. Berk and wife of '
1 the young men were overboard. Wnen taken from the water Golden daughter Holyoke Boyut
all. Since the last extension of time granted
Sweeney says It all happened in such was clutching in his right hand a box of I and A. A. Baldwin, of Georgians; with are spending today in the city. 71
IIer and this winterin by the last Legislature the canal com-
success
' short lime that an accurate description matches and had evidently drownedsoon whom the parties were boarding. popularity Mr. J. T. DeBerry was among the vi'
has done excellent work. Two
d t of the horrible tragedy is almost impos after falling into the water. All were drowned but :Mr. Miller. Miami prophecies a great pleasure for pany Itors to the Magic City yesterday ;5
v those who be fortunate large dredges have been constantly em-
enough to ,
sible. lIe asked his companions if they Friends of the unfortunate men had When the squall I struck them the boat may
'f hear her voice in West Palm Beach. ployed in digging through: the Matauzas Mr. E. M. Brelsford went down;:
could swiutand they answered him that not decided up to the hour of going to capsized, and although they all clung to
I Miss Shippee will be assisted by,focal divide, below this city, which,when completed Miami yesterday, to look after his bus
could. A moment later he heard press whether the bodies would be the boat a few minutes, their hold was
they talent, already well known the music will connect the waters of the ness interestsMr. '
their cries for help and in another moment shipped north or buried here; but they I gradually lessened bv the heavy seas, oy ".'..
Halifix and Matanzas rivers This
lovers of the cut
} everything was quiet and the struggle : will be prepared for burial and it is very which suddenly raised to a height of city. S. Bobo Dean, of the Palm, Be'a'
{ The tickets will be of nine miles Is practically through solid
had ended. He struggled: in the liicely that they will be forwarded: north eight feet aud one by one they went on sale at Riegel'sat News, spent Monday in Miami, looking
the usual popular prices-reserved land Visitors to the dredges at the present '
and darkness for what seemed to tomorrow. down. after his newspaper interests in the Mia\
I
"water" I' seats 50 cents general admission ?scents time can walk dry shod ahead of Ic .
him like hours, be said, but In reality it I The young man Sweeney the only Mr. Miller: drifted toward the shore City. ;i
either of the two dredges. The
I(I children cent /( course
must have been only a short time, for he survivor of the party, grief-stricken opposite Lotus, about two units and a 25 lies through a rich prairie, extending Mr. H. P. Savage, the efficient aasii l ir

.came ashore with the wind and tide. r beyond description over the loss of his half, "where" hi. cries for help was heard ant engineer: of the East Coast '
Crate Material.Just parallel with the coast for miles.
many nigh
I, As soon as be was ashore young Swee- companions, but realizes that he F too, and he was carried into a house and The close Waterworks Company,left Sunday f
dredges are now so together
ney gave the alarm, Constable Robert had a very narrow encape and is thankful taken care of He could have held out received, a carload: of Pineapple that the smoke from their stacks can: be for Mobile, Ala., where be was called Oftij I

Hanong and others being soon found, that he is alive.-(lad they known It, for only a.short time longer and Beau Crates. East Coast Lumber all account of the serious illness of his fatherJ,
seen day long. 1
U I but in the darkness of the night nothing it is said that all three men could have Look up Brannlng's!: ad.- --- and Supply Company 29-3' "When the Matanzas cut Is completedthe R. G. Sulzer, formerly of this city but*!

could he done. waded ashore, as the water.where: the light-draught vessels will have a clear who is now a resident of Miami, isspenftjing
This morning many boats,with large drowning occurred is very shallow, but a few days in the
waterway from this city down the coast city, looking afte l [
.crews of men are dragging the lake Intjpwiclnity in the darkness of the night and owing: STATE APPROPRIATIONS by the inland route to Biscayne Bay, and his property interests.. He expects!'
where the two to the roughness of the lake, the men '
of the place return home the latter
from there they can go through: the Florida part of the week j

LI '- men went down. ---,evidently,became rattled and gave up. / FOR EDUCATION keys to Key West, or any other deep Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Prince, of New
------ -
I water. This done, the company intends York City, left for home this morniogf

Film Beach arriving at Jack- I'to cut the canal from the St. They have the winter
9:24: p.m. ------- : through spent entire ben:

NEV rIME CARD sonville at 8:40: a.m.. I Johns to North river wbich is the upper and were more than pleased with'",tbt

It is presumed here that thh schedule Tallahassee, Fla., March as.-Among The growth of the State College in the part of the Matanzas river.. This will climate and surr undings. They tnaj .

TO-MORROW is only temporary and that as soon as the many questions for the coming Leg- past few years has been most phenomenal. I give a continuous inland waterway for be here again next season. .'::f,':,'
/ I islature to solve one of the most interesting The two new dormitories had been t-' II> j
the tourist traffic is entirely over train light draught! vessels all the way from Mrs. Charles H. Miller left Tue d '

iverat Important Changes In the No. 39 will reach treat Palm Beach will be the question of appropriations completed but a few months before they the St. Johns to North river, all the way for St. Augustine for an Indefinite sta!

/ of Trains Overow' earlier in the evening,-in time to permit for the State colleges. were, filled and students had to seek I down the east Florida coast. It is not After her return she will visit friends

,r / : Movement a distribution of the mall. This has It is thought in some parts of the Slate homes In private families in the city. known how many mure years the canal Key West and on the West Coast '
F, E. C. Ry. that an effort will be made to consolidate Today there are about as students an:
'
for many finlsd
been the custom of tLe road several company will ask for in which to then north for an extended (trip'
the State schools and have one big university boarding: in the city as there are in the the work. The extension of time nnder go .f /
years. ___ recreation and of health takii
Effective at U-oi: tomorrow morning ; but the time is hardly 'ripe for dormitories. It is evident that some re- which it is now working expires July roC in Richmond and recovery "

new*time card goes"Into effect over the Attention, Delrayl this yet and the result will probably bea lief will b'ave to be given by the Legis this year. It i is1 understood that the Washington- ;i\

Florida East Coast, Railway by which My shop at Delray will be open next wild scramble by the, different Institu lature in order for the school to accommodate canal company has ample means to carry Miss Pearl Murray, who halt been,t1t
and and and a8' lions for big appropriations. those who seek admission. guest of, her uncle and aunt, Mr. a104.
74 Up
SS1
trains; ,
through n Monday,.April 3, for horseshoeing; and the entire enterprise to a successful con
and the"Shoo-Fly"between Palm.. Beach blacksmithing. T. J. CAMPBELL It will be remembered that the Legis- to the present date this yeathe total clullon. and no time will be lost in pressing Mrs. John W. Bell, on Olive Itreet.exj: "

and Miami are discontinued. ------ lature of two years ago was very liberal enrollment baa reached toe 360 mark. the work if the extension of time peels to leave tomorrow for Jackson villa!': "'
will Mr. and Mr. T. W. Taylor and Miss the of She has been quite a favorite among tt
Under the ae..tlme. card trains in matter appropriations, several Ther are fourteen seniors this year to asked for is
granted.
t arrive and depart from this city as fol.i .' Agnes, their daughter', of Toledo, Ohio of the schools receiving over $100,000 five last year, and sixty freshmen to ------.-, young people during her stay ia,tt

lows,1 i and their friend Miss Ella B. Mitchell, each. Gov. Jennings found a flaw in the twenty-eight/ last year which Is a most Notice, City Taxpayers I city and will,be greatly missed by then

i SOUTHBOUND.No. I of Granville Ohio, expect to start on bill and vetoed over half of the amounts remarkable climb for one year, -"'" ',F '

leave Jacksonville 8:05: p m.; their homeward journey Thursday morn. appropriated.The The State la supporting, besides the Notice Is hereby given to the taxpayers Parold Roofing-

West Palm 99. Beach, 7:06 a.m., arriving at ing. They have spent the winter here, board of trustees of the University university at Lane: City and the State of West Palm Beach that the lax Just received, a large,.shipment fron'
will
Miami 9:35: a.m. I occupying the Nilson house on the lake of Florida met here last week and helda College at Tallahassee the :East Florida books for the year 1904 close on next the factory. Get our prices East Coa ',

No. 9, leave Jacksonville ia a.m.; front,south Olive street. The members consultation with Gov. Broward. What Seminary at Gainesville, and he South. Friday night, March 31 All person who I Lumber and Supply Company.)' i ie9.3'' ',
of the party are enthusiastic in their are delinquent are requested to call on _....,. .
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Paint Beach, 9 p.m., arriving at resulted is not known, but it is stated on Florida State Normal School at DePuniak M"
West I' of West Palm"Beach nod its me at the Council: chamber, and settle
praise .glori- Just
Miami good authority that they will ask for an It i It needless to say that all these institutions Received. f
> 11:25 p.m. the thus avoiding extra cost.
climate same,
NORTHBOUND.' I oa : appropriation of at least $rnoooo. will be asking for large appro- Car Portland Cement .ud Keys
Wben 10' buy bread, way not have Tbe Florida W. W. HBNDHICKSON .
State here
College will priations. Whether the Legislature this .
kh :
Lime. Get while
*' No.78 leave Miami a.tn ; West Palm the best! The splendid replltatioDMajewald' 2t City Tax Collector our prices it Is free .
,
also ask for and in
a large amouut, the year will be as liberal as the one of two
East Coast Lumber and Com
arriving at Jacksonville bread la making for Itself Supply p.nj
Beach. 8:20: a.m., latter case It i i. absolutely that Is not known but lively .
necessary years a "
ago ;;
la due to the care taken In baking. Itis Fine line of latest, style; visiting -- -; -' "
-7.30: p.m West always the beat; 1U Quality can ,not more room be given the school! or many1 fight la expected by the friend of the cards and latest In letters at The Finest line, of candles at 'tt "

No. 98, leave Miami ;:is p.m.; be sxcellol. Try It. students will be turned away next year. several institutions.. Tropical Sun. Call and see sample, fewskl .bakery* "1 4 4L3



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PAGE TWO I'r THE TKOP1OAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY' MARCH 29, 1905 t

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r \ THE TROPICAL SUN. K KENTUCKIANS ARE FOUR PEOPLE KILLED-I j
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THE
", Pioneer Paper of Did County:: Florida ON THE ALERT

;0=='"-" ---- =' --,-- -..--'---- IN RAILROAD
6 HELD WITHOUT BA:: WRECK I
Published Every Wednesday and Saturday ; is the attitude of Rood merchant We aren't .
5SS/
AT" WIST PALM" atAOH,DADA OOUNTY FLORID 1 SIRKIN GO ;
this
Crash Into Train throwing bouquets at ourselves, but wo "
,' -- Runaway Cars .
; : Judge Hargis and Others Are know owl know it con dentiy. tw.t we are
'n
.I aoBscniPTiON! PRICE. ':a.oo PER VEAL On the Main Line. ,
I ,D SSHS TO MEN ,
\ Murder.
Indicted
"i\ I For
; : Always Trying to get 'he Best

';y r., Tropical Sun' Ptmllshing Comp'y ENGINEER AND FIREMAN KILLEDIt I

& CHAS. S. KENDALL, Manager.ntared ALL PROMINENT IN POLITICS. UEEN I S Goods in tho Way of .
I
:' I I. Thought by Railroad Men that t''
',, Men Must Face a Jury on a Serious UALITY li Hardware 1 1I
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1'+ at tue Ponlofrice of Went Faun Beach the Switch Had Been Maliciously ..5 ,
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.. second-clam matter.J4 .
Charge-Case One of the Most Famous I '
Thrown for the Purpose of Wrecking that can be had. .
In History and I Is Attracting. '
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Passenger Train. vt\tisjc'1xet1oT2Satisfaction J
STATE BANKS. a Fast like and l j
Widespread Attention. We don't\ rush in the market some! pay i iI

':, That Institutions in FlorIVIda roan, March 27-A dls- "'(
: banking Nashville, and
I at bedrock figures jr
higher price*, but buy ,
27. ;
Lexington, Ky.. March -Judge
; and conducted under patch from Clarksville, Penn, Bays a
organized Jai ies Hargls, his nephew Blbert Har-- wreck on the Louisville and Nashville menus "'Not a Sin- sell just as cheap Our goods nrestandard! '', and

,r i1/: ,the State laws, are popular and proli5 gls and Sheriff Ed Callahan, of Breath. railroad In which four lives were lost
5,' ,.;"' Itt county, were today held without gle Fault. It this word tan prices cannot be challenged,
< perouaiaclearlyshown by the current and much valuable railroad propE'rtydeBtroyed 1 1Hatchett
: ; P
i bail on charges of complicity In the occurred just across' the ever be applied 'to( shoes U !Is v I
? annual rl"portof Comptroller( Croom, feud murder of James Cockrell, in I
river from that place at 12:45: this only to DaCamara
dr 1 \' which says under this head: Jackson, Ky., three years ago, while morning. A string of freight cars

3 "The increase {in the number of Senator Alex Hargla, arrested In the running wild crashed Into a freight
)i Shoes)\
connection released Queen Qua ty Hardware Company
same was on $15.- train going In an opposite direction.No 'i
: State banks and the accumulation of (000) ball. 5
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one Wall on the wild cars.
shown the to The decision announced Boots $3 and 3.50 Hardware .
,; deposits, as by reports was today The dead are f Wholesale Reuatlers.
J' attesttheconfdenceofthe by Judge Parker, of the Fayette county ;.
tbia office
John
i Murray, engineer, of Bowling Oxfords, $2.50 und $3 -n" '
', '' 'people in the banks organized under court who heard testimony last Green, Ky. West Palm Beach ,

i. State laws. The growth and financial week on the question of ball and the : Pat Fox, fireman, of Nashville, Tenn.
trial of the case will be held at the 1 1lOOOOOOooooooQ
Two negroes, names unknown, :who :
) ability the State banks, s evidenced present term of sourt. Cbckrill was The "Bar Harbor"
s were stealing rides.A .
by their reports during the shot and killed from the court house __ __ i
stick of wood 18 Inches long was and "Palm Beach"are
':. "past year, should be the source oft window at Jackson and Curtis Jett, driven through' Fireman Fox's body. ;

satlwfaction to all Floridians. Application who has been convicted and sentencedto The locomotive and ten loaded cars the latest Novelties in

//k is now pending for authority death for connection with the crime, were totally wrecked.It HATS and CAPSfor *
was, on Saturday, granted a new trial, IIUKKUAUIIT'S wait Palm Beach, March S2, 1005 jr (
\ to commence a State bank with Is thought by railroad men that /
It ?. 0.1 while Tom White is under life sen- Ladies and Misses'
capital Htock of 1000000. the switch had been maliciously
S' tence for complicity in the crime.
j1 :: ,': speaks for itself and shows that; the All of the men arrested In connec- fast thrown passenger for the train.purpose x>f wrecking a A Two For One ShotTWO Q

,;,; I t advance in the fblBnl.'lalstablhty of tion with the crime are prominentin THESIRKIN '

lt' 4 the State banks is real The prosperity Kentucky business and political circles RETURNS' the' 8
CRUISER FOR REPAIR. PACKAGES of Pancake or Butkwhettt: Flour for '
; w of the people can, in a large; and temurder\ cases have created !! CO. '
'. \ as much stir as has this one. price of one. 15 CENTS ;
1 'measure, he judged by the amo .nt The Charleston Put Back Into Port 8
James Hargls Is still judge of Breath-
,'of the deposits in the State banks I After a Few Day at Sea. Jefferson: Block
I Itt county aud the question arose as We will not carry any of it into the warm weather, because
l alone amounting to :f 8,271,590.72.Four Norfolk, Va., March 27.The United West Palm Beach Florida
to who would act In his stead In the '
it will not in i'
States cruiser Galveston: which sailed keep summer
"' /i banks were organized in 1903, event ball was refused. Breck >Combesof '
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from the Norfolk yard for Galveston
and nine banks have been organized: Ereathltt was recently appointed, navy Wb would rather give it away now, while it is' fresh and nice'
Tex. last her
Thursday on
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'i t:1 'in 1004-a. gain; of thirteen State magistrate of that county and today maiden Voyage for the purpose of R .- -Y.- than have it go bad to throwaway later '. '

i banks in two years and not a single; Judge Hargis requested him to hold "shaking down" her machinery, turned NEWS TERSELY TOLD. ,
the term of county court for him which We are sure it will not last long at this price. Better be .V
r, ;r 1 failure has occurred during that over to the navy yard today having put' Q 1
period." will convene next week. in to the Virginia capes yesterday.The John Rohan, aged 73 years, well prompt and get some of the ad vantage as we are already moving'.

_. cruiser's return, It was said, at known In the 'Roller trade throughoutthe it lively
fr JUSTICE LAMAR HAS RESIGNED.An United States, died at his home In
\ Among the bills< in preparation for the office of Rear Admiral Harlngton

commanding this naval station, was for St. Louis, Mo., from valvular: disease. .
; presentation at the next meeting of Associate 'Justice 'I
of Georgia's Supreme repairs to be* machinery, which had The steamer Kroonland, from Ant. .Finest (Groceries ; :
the Legislature is one to provide an Court Leaves the Bench. L. w. BTJBKHARDT .
a slight break when the vessel had gotten werp, was reported 80( miles east ol ,
',fit t: for bomefor Atlanta, March 27.-Judge Joseph R. ; some 300 or 400 miles down the Nantucket lightship at 10
appropriation building a a. m. today Books.Pharmacy.
I 1 t Lamar, asoclate Justice of the supreme |3P lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon
coast. It was further stated that the The vessel will probably dock about
the Governor and providing also for court, tendered his
today resignation '
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necessary repairs would be ready to 9 a. m. tomorrow. I

I r i : ,the increase of the Governor's salary from to Governor the bench Terrell at and will retire proceed south again within a few days It Is said that J. R. Wlnstandley, local I
once.
u'I, and a contingent: fund for entertam- As soon as the It was positively stated at the admiralty agent of the Louisville and Nashville -s.1
\ resignation was receIved -- --
office that the to the
I damages

1, i, ng. This is a bill which probably all Judge Joseph by the Henry governor Laimpkln he appointed, of the Galveston is in now way serious promoted railroad to at a East similar Louisville situation, will with be ''r"'r"r"'r"'r"r"r"r" '?" " "!? ""r"r"r"r"r"'r"r"f"r"" " "i " \

I: of the legislators will be able to comet the Knoxvllle, Tenn. 1. ,.
April
I Fulton -
superior court, to succeed
RETURNS AFTER FOUR YEARS.
together on. It is I/enerallya/lree: /: Judge Lamar. A. 3 Alexander superintendent ot

Judge John TJ Pendleton I the Mobile'and Meridian division ot I T 1 e ieqel I
that the salary' of the Chief Executive will bq Young Man Comes Back Home But .
t- d' 'I named as the successor of Judge Lump the Mobile and Ohio road, resigned
'i is too small at $3,500 with no Makes No Explanation.
perquisites kin. succeeded by C. A. Pigford, of the Mobile = :
I fa'
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.! March 27. Frank Rod-
Chicago Ely Clematis Ave. and Narcissus St
; i: ,; or fund in additionand with Justice Lamar has not been in good gers, who turned suddenly to Evanston and Bayshore road. jg

J; S."no home to live in. The is inadequate health for some time and while he did the I The appellate court of Illinois, today ; A foaming glass of soda would, z3
salary yesterday, four after mysterious -
years
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not give any reason for resigning, confirmed a ruling by the lower court :: taste good now, wouldn't it? Well == I, '
!, ; made disappearance of himself and his and It. It is here =,t ;
to the demands upon come J get: waiting I
this is supposed to be upholding the validity of ,
': the cause. aunt Miss Florence Ely, from the an Ordinary == % for you all the! time. Is there any SS '
'f :, the Governor. Unless the executive Judge Lumpkin has been on the home of Charles Rogers, the lad's of the city Of Chicago prohibiting the :: t kind yon dote on t It is here. And ""= )
bench for about 12 years and has madea giving away of cigarette papers with _:: a y' there are quite a number of new S
6 baa a private income he is put to itk uncle, maintained silence today as to t \"?
i-tf, signal reputation for his decisions. tobacco. == flavors endconbioaliooathat are fit ZS
its whereabouts, and doings, since I
to make both ends meet. The biz E for angels. You know of course, IS
'l k His appointment; the supreme court The German cruiser FaJke has anchored : '
caving! his uncle's Evanston home In
I =:: how we serve our soda ; in good, SS 1
4\. rl '1 will provide for an increase of salary will meet with universal approval. 1901. his off the Island of Puna. After ,
The Is
yy Tuly, boy said by i == generous IlI s8ea. Plenty of flavor .=g :;
_ t5 ..I w'to (5,000 and f lor a fund of $1,500:: Judge Pendleton was for years on father, James C. Rogers, to have denied coaling, she will proceed to Manta, == ,' Ing and soda. Not any more froth Z3J W r !

II ':for and other the bench of the city court. being with Miss Ely and to have Ecuador, and Panama and probably :. ::= e than we. can help. Come today. == ,
I' entertaining
3 necessary San Francisco. She did not Come day. r3
: denied seeing her since leaving home."I come to == fr every t
h :H' expenses, in addition to a suitable DIES OF BROKEN HEART.Son have nothing more from Frank," Guayaquil, owing to fear of yellow fe i =-= Headquarters for -rS / '

I amount for building a Governor's'mansion. said Mr. Rogers today. "He has beenIn ver.Suicide :: 'PULASKI CREAM IS

t't'I',, Kills Hmself by Drinking Laudanum Plttsburg, and I think In other east- Is believed to !have caused
ISy "., on Grave of His Mother.. ern cities. I am not going to bother the death of Miss Clara Kulbert, .a 1/UIIII/III1UIIl111UlUllluuu/lull/ 1 '! .' '! !& IUUIIIIUIUUU1IIl11IIULUU' C i

From every nook and corner of Savannah, Ga., March 27.--Hrank him with questions, and when he gets daughter of Er| B. Kulbert, professorof ,

,a Pridgeon, 47 years old took laudanumon ready to tell me all he wants to say I divinity In the University of Chlca 1\
: j'I'1 1 i Florida comes the story of progress; his mother's grave, In the Cathedral will listen." go. The young woman had been in YoROKOROROKOStostostoatostoatastostote0iso7sortottoleostoi otsoisoiso0 ;i'

I .1. : 4',and prosperity, but nowhere is it cemetery, Sunday.He ill health for some( time. She was o n 1 1'i

1 .<' more evident than along the Eastj,1 was discovered by a pa. of The American Danger.Berlin found asphyxIated. oo
; \ Jacksonville visitors, who had known March 27. 'Private Counselor Sterling Stuart, injured son of Mrs G. G. Strohm Company i' t

,{;'I Coast.I The, most prosperous tourist Mrs. Ann Pridgen, and had gone to Goldberger, author of "The Land of Ruth McEtaery Stuart, the author, I U ;

,( If' ', season in the history of the State is the cemetery to see her grave. Unlimited Possibilities," Is about to not now being anxiously watched over o I

!\, They recognized her son as he lay publish simultaneously In Berlin and by his mother and her sister, as his ( i io
it now drawing to a close, and already the i FAMILY GROCERIES o
l ", on grave and when they saw his Brussels a pamphlet entitled "The life slowly ebbs in the Flushing boa
f. ifJ the music of the trowel the saw and condition they hastened to summon American Danger" which is a continuation pital. The surgeons say that despite o j

;\'t ) ", hammerisabroadinthelandinprepSt aid. Pridgeon was taken to the hoe. and a supplement of his former his return to consciousness, there b o '1

,j1 1''I 'ila", "; pital where he died ten minutes after books. He compares the economic really little hope for hla recoverr. i Fancy Food Products
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.aration for even greater! things an- his arrival.
[ forces of the United States and r
.. ? *other year. Floridians are now right Mrs. Ann Prldgeon died Tuesday and Germany from various stand points o o

_ f ... upontheeveof agrenterand grander been was burled at her Thursday.almost Her son bad and although recognizing the resources Geo. S. Hacker & Son z Grain and Provisions. 'f. l

} grave all the while technical equipment and capabilitiesof .,

;.$ I Florida. __ since the interment. He was heartbroken the United States, he concludesthat I ]
l 1 over her death. x JEFFERSON BLOCK o '
.1'' 1' aThe proposition for the State to "the American danger does not i. o ;
r' exist for Europe and especially not for

j; : [defray the expense of primary elections Beef Chicago Trust, March Investigation Resumed. Germany." Herr Boldberger contends West Palm Beach, Florida s sf ., i"

Investigation of hat: the commercial relations of
should be promptly timed I the o -1-'_ 0
X," the beet trust was resumed today by United States and Germany ought to YMOilOilOkOr101e0i10i10t10r1oa107s01ar ro '
i t! 1 down by the Florida. Legielatureand! the federal grand Jury. The grand I be readjusted by a reciprocity treaty. YOIIO110110I107eDS10710MOt10i10> ,\

", i't I it doubtless will be. The burden oftis Jury will have for additional advisors

': from now on District Attorney Baxter .
; is enough Overdue Liner Reaches Port.
; already heavy ,
government
; of Omaha
; and Assistant District New York. March 27.-Three days ai .J
I W and the "dear people" will hardly be Attorney Goodman, of Chicago. It In behind her record time for the passage <_;:? ir) est Printing THE TROPICAL SUN

willing to submit to any proposition said the Inquiry is likely to last two the Hamburg-American liner Pa. < 5 Job yM
'I- mouths longer. It Is declared that trician came in today from Hamburgwith Department \ V
I I" tending to make it heavier, the opin- when the glvernment has finished Its a story of extremely severe MANUFACTURERS OF

'i 7t'ionottbeotliceeeekertotbecontrary'i investigation into the packing Industry weather on the Atlantic. Constant Doors, Sash CITY ..-
S it plans to take up railroads and MEAT MARKET
,
; I k(Dotwitb tanding. private car lines.Bl'ltl.her westerly gales and had seas, varied Blinds, MouldingsAND
-- only by periods marked an increase In -- Florida add Weslern Meats
;( 7 the adverse conditions was, In brief Poultry, (Game and Eggs. .
sect has bobbed Material
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A new religious up Building
Attacked by a Moor the Patrician's experience as relatedby Mail Orders Receive Cartful Attention

;1 ,near Detroit, Mich., that proposes Tangier. :Morocco, March 27.-Walter her officers One life was lost, CHARLESTON, S,'C. ,

i > to lick Satan in 1910. There is a. B. Harris the correspondent of s that of a seaman, who was blown into .... Largest.Factory South. Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH ,

London newspaper, was attacked bya the sea. There were three births on SanA. fm' 'Poi.... !
,1 ,', political sect in Florida which evidently native, while in the British poetofflc the trip. All the births were In the

proposes to lick the primary today. His assailant! a Moorish hotel steerage.Man Go to n. :B. Porter, Olive street for e '

guide, suddenly rushed upon hIm I wish to Inform every within one 1
person the I
,. system ]long: before the Satan bout; with a knife, which, howver, struck Arrested for Incendiarism. hundred mile,, of Wee Palm. Bunch,that I famous Hartford Urea. 4 ,.,
wauhenalock
here
nm to
r but the primary system, like Satan, the ring of Mr. Harris watch and only New York, March 27.-After a long Jewelry I to repair Bt your your'ey*.with ipeotale or
{ yeglaam and to self yon anything you WoodlawnCemetery
slightly wounded him la
the
v will outlive its enemies: stomach. Investigation Into the incendiary Urea, may want In my line. "1: am not a "wlnwrvtufujr
Mr. Harris says he Is not aware of any the police of Bayonne, N. J., have arrested ," but perrnanant rmUlant, a property .
1 ,j owner In Dade Co. and porfooUy re.
t,) y reason for the attack.Girl James Mclnery, 22 of fur bueineM hare. :
1 mendmenta years age. ponitble any yon may
> Someof tbo primary a The to truiumut with me. W.tche. and Jewelry
prisoner .
Dies belongs to a volunteer In Deed of repairing mar beam by reRlater- Lou can now be obtained la th.aew cent ,
a 6', ha veaenundaltogethertooRussinnlike Aboard Train fire company and It Is alleged by the ad mail or."pl_" I will examine and report tfty; at WM Palm BNell.WALI.A.CE .
Ohlldersburg. Ala., March 27. 'Mis cost by return .It--U the price ia not
to be adopted by an American police that he admitted having started ": n order the good re- a MOSES.! AII8."
\ Florence Harding of Perry, Ga., accompanied fires for the sake of fighting them. :: :wont: : : h::;". I have' bad twenty .
',; by her father and yean experience with norneof the bait
mother
I / people en Mclnery has a record of 100 per cent lioniee la Mew York and Baltim.n.-z Dyspepsia
route to Kansas City, died In a sleeper for attendance at alarms for veer. heart Watchmaker and Optician fur Cure
and
the
b Now let the Drainage Committee ot attached to train No.3 rranleaf I A. Croeb Co,Jaeknonvllle.Time Dlgeete what
the
on Centralof eat.
you
( ,! frequency with which his fellow mem ,...ca MifUelent """- t
4e ,the Board of Trade get down to basil Georgia road Tuberculosis was assigned ben reached the engine house In response sues I I guarantee that I talUifaatlon nndemtand: my every. business....... .ana

l; t I .L e ;'( and push the canal I scheme with mtngham.as the The cause remains of death will -be at tska Bir,, the to horses an alarm hitched he and was ready.therewith Jefferson_ B. A. WALKER Block, EXPERT WATCHilAKIiR West Palm OPTICIAN Beach IteWItt's wwttIe'Saive: "

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THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA,, WEDNESDAY, MASCH 29, IflOS PACK THREE

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JAPANESE RELEASE COUNTERFEITERS. ARRESTED Everybody's Column --

Producing One, Dollar Bill' that Are

Almost ae Good aa Genuine. l
IE NON-COMBATANTS --
New Haven, Conn., Much 27.-1'wo WANTED.

men I supposed, to be William Gober I -.-

and eanrael Farlow of New York, A' GOOD COMPUTING SC/VUBsJ./ ::

ThpBe Who Were Captured At were arrested. today. in a boarding Write ZU1 & Green Defray, FU .

house. In their rooms wa found anew $
the Fttle of ?Mukden. MONEY TO LOAN..
counterfeiting outfit which hail _" SHIRT WAISt
--- e turned out several spurious one do- IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY: THAT :

LITTLE NE FROM FAR EAST lar bills, the police assert, almost as want to Improve and need moneyto I
/good aa genuine. The police! believe do it with apply to (,)eo. O. Cut ru,
Went Palm Beach. .
The Report that Grand Duke Alexis that an entirely new counterfeiting ,
., method has been discovered, as the .
H.a Fled Incognito Is False, a* He p.lan- of turning out bogus' bills Is III FOR SALE.. --- SAL1E

.Is In St. Petersburg-Franc* .Is departure from the engraved plate another POINT, ON LAKE: '

Closely Watching Refugees. methods generally employed.The SHERMANS the Inlet. 28 acres land. ,
plan apparently was to take a 10 acres garden balance pineapples. e
Washington March 27.-The Ja/pa new' bill of any denomination, pour 300 fruit trees one hundred bearing. y

nee legation has received the follow. a fluid said to be from Russia over the 40 ''large cocoanut trees. Beautiful i)

,Ing dispatch from Toklo bill and then stamp the bill' on plain front.Building Ideal site. winter One thousand home nearest feet lake bent a ,

1 "Of the Russian non-combatants who sheets of specially prepared paper. fishing. Apply to Box 135 West Palm .

1, fell Into our hand. at the battle ot After the pieces are pressed together, Beach; Fla. ?

Mukden the following were released: for some time, the whole Is taken off Itqae

"In! front of our advance guard'47 and placed on a cylinder muoh. the OR TRADE FORNAPTIIACAUNCII
acrea ,fine pineapple: land
men, ranking as officers; 359( men same as a record la placed on a pho- Address .

ranking; as non-commhmloned officers; nograph. This is followed by an electrical facing Cb railroad e. O. Williams near Deerfielcl., St. Augustine We have a large quantity of 32 34 36 Lawn

+ nine nurses' ; two priests; four mer process that makes a perfect reproduction Fla.TROPICAL. ,

chants attached to the army. Releasedat on the white paper and otter > .
their desire in Che I V>o or Shanghai a. drying> process that peels off apparently REAL ESTATE AGENCY Shirt Waists that we will close at a bargain:)

r! .23 men ranking as officers; 23 nurses; as good as the one from FOR"-RENT '-I 6yi la

298 which. the Is made. The original _
'; men ranking as non commissioned copy I
'' 6 offlcnrs.. bill Is not spoiled and the process!, One Seven' Room Cottage handsomely ;; Comeand get first choice. .. a
it is- be as furnished. Lake (front located 300
alleged can repeated many I
'P yards north of Royal :Poincianu. 1101<:1. (li !
I ), I MaximOorky'a Very Sick Man. times as desired. '
St. Petersburg, March 27-:.The proc FOR SALE! No number; larger than 36.
f' t lamatlon of WOMEN' TO ORGANIZE UNIONS..
state
a of siege work has
East bide lake front property aj d
been resumed at Batoum and ships are miles north of Royal poinciana Hotel .
,I ; again loading at the quays. Maxim Seven Hundred Women Pledge FealtyTo small cottage: owner non-resident. Wi'l :

Gorky's lung trouble Is Increasing the the New Movement. sell cheap.

anxiety of his friends. The' doctors New York March 27.=:Raising their Town lots an"d'"h-lands for sale 1 /"' 1 1H

;, 4 declare that his transfer from Riga to hands at a. sign of \fealty tothe cause Write for prices. I '

; South Russia is absolutely essential to seven hu.ndred.women have pledged Cottages and hotels for rent. I \

h"I" a recovery. themselves at a: conference of the wo. W. I. Metcalf, Manager, t
" I mien's trade union league, to help organize West Palm Beach Ha. I

f'.' Duke Did Not Leave (Incognltlon. all the women wage earnersof I H BRANNINC BROTHERS lt
' this Into trades unions. -
:;, St. Petersburg, March 27.-The re- country '
port published abroad that Grand' Duke Samuel Compere, president of the PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ILadies' i / {t

1", ;< ., Alexis had fled from Russia Incognito American Federation of Labor, and
6 Miss Jane Adams of Hull House Chicago t LAW
la untrue. He has not left St. Peters Outfitters
: 1 addressed this meeting.
: ." burg. r\ C., OllILLINGWOlt'J.'U
"' "'" Miss May McDowell of Chicago, .
'; ;,, As showing the faith existing in remote -
'i 'sections explained the conditions of the girl's ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR r
) of Russia that the imperial
{" at the stock and ''else
;;, ,: rescript of Dec. 25 assures the es working 'yards West Palm. Beach Fla
\ where In Chicago pointing out that
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.1; tabllahment of a parliament, petetlona
I organization was doing a great deal a., cuitm
'. fire already being received addressed GEO. ,
there toward removing petty spite
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to the "National
" Assembly, and last '
and class feeling among' the working Attorney and CounseUor-at-Law I
week the parents of school children at
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. adopted formal resolutions for submission P. BHANNINQ, 3 '
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0"I.. to the parliament asking for
, 1 the enactment of laws giving the pub. woman's trade union league. Attorney and CounBellol'-4t-Law.

t:. ,.:: lie a share tin the administration of Mrs. Ellen M. Henrotln-of Chicago, Office over Bank. &{

schools and the free admissions of children was chosen president. Besides representatives WEST PALM BEACH, FLAGE0. .4
of the working women there The First National Bank
V I. 1 : without regard to rank or rell fy ii'If
,' were present many persons well knownIn M.'ltOlJlilNS,
.,j 4 glon, etc.French society and a number of settlement ,
and Counaelor-at-Law
workers who pledged themselves to Attorney
",:, Watching Russian Refugees. help along the cause. win practice in State and Federal CourU

Paris, March .-The police are ex. TITUSVILLE ,
I Miami Florida
;r erolslng extensive surveillance over $1,000,000 Lumber. Deal Closed. I. ItI MISTCAJLF ,
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\ i,:0' Russian refugees In Paris owing to reports Stan Francisco, March 27.-A big w. 1

I' that they are organizing to as lumber deal Involving the transfer of ATTORNIY.ATLAW.NOTARY'PUBLIC..

slat the revolutionary movement inRussia 1,000,009 Is reported closed here. The E

It Is claimed that much compromising changing hands is that of the U.COMM/SS/ONfl '
property Wilt practical Cooosy.,n. .una fcxlura '
Condition March 14 1905
4 j correspondence has been Report of Tuesday
Weed /Lumber' Roo n lp any, consistingof CourtsLAND ,
. 'f ,o, seized but the refugees asserts that It large tracts of lumber land In north- CASES A 8PKCIAI//Y.'
Office TBOPIOAL BUM Block.
7. is principally matter connected'with ''I era California, with Improved' mills West Palm Beacb Dade County, S torldaA Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
1' the student agitation. Continued rumors. and 24 miles of railroad running out

( that Father Gapon Is hiding about of Weed station toward the Klameth J. LKWlb. I
.
_ Paris are afloat. river district to which its owners con
ATTORNEY AT-LAW
... template making an extension. The anti NOTARY PUBLIC.

,., Hears Nothing olf Peace Rumors.. purchasers are R. Ai Long, of Kansas Agent th.U.S.Fidelity A Guaranty Co,o< Resources : Officers : G{!

London. March 27.-In the house of City and several business associatesin Office at corner Baltimore ol Clematli, Md.Avenue and Nar.' Loans and Discounts.................$ 102,095 30 fl'
b commons today Swift-McNeil (Irish that place, among them W Fv Ryder claiua Street, over Potter's bicycle store E. .t. Bretaford I President. '

,,,' \ Nationalist) tried to elicit information W. R*. Hazen and C. B. Sweet, 141901. WEST PALM BEACH. Overdrafts.................................... 607 OR Edwin A. Waddell, Vice-President. '
negotiationS. He and a number of California persons including .
YI r, regarding questioned the Premier peace Balfour If he could George B. Kbbinger! of Los MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Banking House.......................... 18,600 00 W. H. Spitzer, Vice-Preeident. "

t..' make any statement on the subject, Angeles and George .%. Wlndllng 01 TT C. HOOD, M. D. U. S. Bonds.......$ 53,000 00 Edward C. Romfh.Cashier

, I but as no previous notice had been this city '
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q-uestlon. .PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON City of Jacksonville '
i given of the the premier
f took no notice of It. Tennessee Railroad Change Hand, Office over Potter's bicycle store, WEST Bonds......,. .11,00000 Board of Directors : 4' '
Knoxvllle Tenn., March 27.-A ape PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal
-Hon. W. H. Graham Pittsburgh, Pa.,
,
Polncluoa PALM 12.1
Hotel BEACH.
r clal to the Sentinel from:Bristol Tenn.. With Banks..,....., 35,55200
BOMB THROWER AT WARSAW, President Pittsburgh, Trust Co
.. says that a rumor Is current In Bristol T> 13. PUTTER, Al. D..
Cash in Vault ......, 19,649 09 .
. j Six based upon responsible Information E. M. Brelsford :President .
Chief of Police Policemen Are 8-UlJ-98 WEST PALM BEACH FLA. n
Badly Wounded. that the W. M. Ritter lumber company Due from U. S. M. X. Salsbnry; Pittsburgh, Pa ,
of Cleveland 0., and Iss.ao'T. DENTAL :President Midland Coal Co
' Warsaw, Russian Poland, March 37 Mann a multi-millionaire of Bra.mweU.W. I Treasurer.......'.* 2,500 00 127,702 05.
1'1'2: p. m.-\Baron Van Nolken, chief r> 1$. MACV G C. Frissell I Miami I, Fla. e i "

.. of police at Wtorsaw who was injuredby Va., have purchased the South and 1L. Total) ................................ $339,004 43, 'J. E. Lummls, Merchant.
the explosion of bomb yesterday western way'owned by the George .. DENTIST 3
bf L. Carter syndicate. It is stated that Office In Jefferson Block E. A- Waddell, -Vice President. Real.Estate,
owes his life to the bad aim his
;. $2,500,000 has already been advanced! .. .. Liabilities :
assailant who threw 'the bomb behind WEST PALM BKACH FLORIDA W. M. Burdine, Merchant. I

Ii, instead of underneath the carriage. as purchase money. Mr. Rlttef was K.J. LIDDY Capital.......................$ 50,000 00 W. H. SplUer. Vice-president. '
' in Bristol last week. ) f
'I'! ,. The body of Von Nolken Is'full of v Surplus and Profits.................... 4,103 08 M. Stanahan, Treasurer Bissell Carpet Sweeper Co.,
: innumerable splinters of the bomb. Ills Leave Dentist !
Grand Rapids Mich.
Next Week Odlou First door west of Dude County State ;
assailant has not yet been arrested. National BankNotes$ 50,00000 I
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". Washington, March 27.-'''Before Pros .. Bank C. C. Chilliogworth, Attorney
The who previously threw a .
bomb into men'the police station ( western trip next week he will Issue
a suburb of Warsaw. Injuring six 339,004: 43, ,Edward C. Romfh. Cashier. 4NN
policemen. U believed to be dying. He a proclamation inviting! foreign nations .

.It :was Injured by a fragment of the .bomb to participate the exposition to beheld E. M. BKELSFOKD .HON..N.oNN.Nr saNONOO.NNN.........NN.*....*-.......... t
in the summer ot 1907 in the vt.
.t as well a.a. by bullets fired at him by
cinity of Hampton Roads In celebration Three cent interest paid on savings accounts '
"i I. the police. He refuses to reveal hU of the settlement-of Jamestown, Real EstatePALM per
identity but declares himself to be a
.\ Va. This i fa In compliance with the : BEACH fLA.
Socialist
"''" request of General FItzhugh Lee, r4 M YVYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYrYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YTTY
The greatest excitement prevails Public. to Rea
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of the
president: exposition
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, ':'P.'t lsrr.I' and Senator Daniel of Virginia who Offloe Sooth Folnolana Hotel -- i

'. called on the president today..
,i Riot. at Yalta, Crimea. ,

,14: Yalta Crimea March 27.--!The situ- 9200,000 Fire In Indiana Town. ,S.H. RICHMOND, Agent GEO. HASLEHURST & SON ;ifs

pr j;tion'here la becoming> worse. Rioters Carbon. Ind., 'March 27.-Fire here 1 1
L. A. WILSON Ferrlne Grant Land Company.
bj ve destroyed nearly all the warehouses has totally destroyed 20 business 4

and vodka shops and the police houses and 40> residences, causing a MANUFACTURER: OV ItEAL ESTATE. Contractors and BuildersPO. 1

ft station and a number of shops have I loss of 200000. The business section

," .. .y been set on flre.,, Troops are guarding \ of the town Is practically; wiped out. Boots and Shoes CUTLER FLORIDA .,BOX 304 .,

;{- the'' pos ffiqe and treasury build The town without fire' III
I was protection .' .n t.o.n M wn.t tbry bN s'biw ,
r) ', '" ings. The arrival of reinforcement i and the high! wind fanned the blue> Repairing in Alt Kinds.of Lea ker .- I IK I beeablaarws1YNti ta' ,f '

::!.' :lV' or, oldler. Is expected momentarily;. 'until effort to control were futile. Gooda Neatly. Done aun.doca. b prodaa.ISS. en. !

/ :: "special train' from the town of Bra.
.fl.,,,, 'Falls Heir. to 990,000. ant h'..b all apWla..4o.M.rcaaraca
,.,' ill, 6 mile south of here brought a ]Indian Tanned
.\' Bloomington HI., March 27.-Five portion of the ,fire department from flCfll ,'
BocMinSta Detroit,Mlalw
\.l' months ago Richard Cox for year. a that city, which saved part. of the residence d / i ,
nCnVC..V
resident 0(''Fairview, near Galesburg section. The town has about a s

; 1 was arrested on the charge of boot. 1,600() ,.inhabitants.
legging on a small scale and taken to FOR-TENDBR PERT

Peoria where he tried to commit suicide Fluid Body with Buckshot C Olive.St.'North of New' Jefferson Bio Man n[ ia' Wiiltrv l e e

in prison but' failed. He was Lexington, Ky., March 27.-Simeon .100 ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERYIs
and talr.en'to- 'Lee-was'found-dead' OH the1 roadside
adjudged Insane government
the man who a bank account.
asylum at Washington. His today having been 'killed by a heavy open Farm
He ia also on the road wealth'and prosperity! Many; of the richest .
'wife was ,recently >nforme bad., fallen heir to $90.000'from the Warrants have been Issued for Thomas FOB SALE men of today started with less than you bav.. : White Leghorns, White, Wymn..,

1' estate ot the ''late Abraham" Brokaw C. 'Stout....Sr..'Thomas Stout Jr., and West Palm Beach Lake Front Don't any you can't save until yon have. tried it. Start 'an account dottea. Eggs .Ind'Stook. .-
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millionaire, 'of'this'city. Cox is M Lucten'Stout, negro ''who had. quay A very dwh-abta cottage with modern eon.venl.nc.s. today and watch results. 'For Sale.
I I Also drlrabl. eottaRoalteaouthlit
". to be rapidly improving, and may bey' paled on "Sunday with Lee. about to> .,. A piano will V.OL td'VF1tR.' ;DADE COUNTY STATE .BANK: \V..' ,&.(GALE M n aarel"Maol'Oola. ,
able t.*enJoy the'estate of hIs wife. I fcecb land lugnlre,, *
I West Paint Beach.. West Palm Beach Florida, / ; ,. Fla '. p'p'Rn

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r PALM BEACH FLORIDA I Nle..ly situated nn S 55 "\'

'" A tIipb.CII\; Family and Transient." hotel -: 1I"l\.ullfuny.J..o"at: 00 t..toIl 0: Clematis Avenue .-,; .'t'-,

ki Located: between WanblDffton. and UailNon 'ATenuw Lake Front, V9t palm Qoaob. Florida S ; "
; ; ; btlnjfon tko Midway aoinmandlnif: a t \'. ) I.J'IJ
I 1" i Boulevard, adjourning the Chicago Unlvortilty./ ct Flu View Of the' RoyalPolnciana I ---- ,!' : '

: Parlor ',and' Bedroom with Private Bath and Board for Two' People' 4 and Lake Worth ." e ,\," ',) ," ....."". ((1-)1.).

"W' ., from $30 to $40 per Week. : All Modern Conveniences'*,.. ,, -, ,;.' :" ,I
Cuisine Guaranteed f < .r I ; 'r''
'' .:'" Twelve mtouUx from down town via Illinois Central Hallway.All first-Class S?: "' '., ., .\ :,? ..
"', train stop at Card fit.! ,. to which baggage iihould be checked. No Tubercnlasis "'Rates,: .. \. .. II '..:, '
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1' ) BRADLEY' A MUSBRVR. Proprietor. % o,4 ,I : .' ',1 ,/ ':!
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."I'J : A, large home-like Hotel well appointed : oo oaxeBr l '.

and beautifully located, grlrIDK r: ,
f : the comfort without the cone of(
i I ftI the more expensive one (;Situated on ; iggD ottagJ ,. .y
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i Lake' North opposite the Royal
:,fi. I'uluelilna Hotel, White waitresses, : ,
"I' MRS. H. B. BRIdCIS. Proprietress ,'
"i Elortrlu bails Good (lulling, huutlnff ,'"
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( : Bvernla Street : .
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s and busting.: RatMit,t.I.150 and t8.00

yq orT .. per dixy. H7| ""clal ,..teIllIJ7 the' week, .Z U>..t palm n.aoh, loi lda t ,


The Palms i.. Situated Near Lake Worth FLO.RIDArl

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'. West Palm Beach, Florida A SELECT WINTER HOME -
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I : NO CONBUMPTITK TAKIOcwBOLKNOM. :

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: A. B. O. METCALFB Proprietress MS COAST
BoardingUonlrable
Tri-Weekly Sailings Between .. ,. ,

\ : WEST PALM BE4( H, FLORIDA :
peojwho wish a. ploaaant
JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK \ ,
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,, (plane to atop at while In Went Palm '
:. : Open all the y....,. Beautiful loca r Beach will ilnd "MINARBT COTTAGE"
both '
Calling at Cbarleiton B.C., wava.THE '

..' FIBEST STEAMSHIPS IN TIM COASTWISE SERVICE : tion on Lake Worth Bright: ,'hoor- : on Fern Olive lust Street such between a. placet Evernla Nice clean and RAILWAY, :

ful room and wide verandas Special '
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: '''011I., neatly furnished s comfortable
THE: CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES
r 't:: : ra<. N lor the Beanon. .' : beds; Rood wholesome. food ) VERY v
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moderate prlcwi are the recomnmnda.tlonn.
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Direct Service Betwcei. '
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5' JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, .......................... Only' allinliotl number of room i r i
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racan be. accommodated. Table board
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. 5''e
fi ** C'alHnR: at Charleston. both way a upeclalty.MRS.
r ; 'EMf.WEEKLY SAILINGS. ova ___ I vhearrnan FRANK DA LING. S
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t.. Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston! ....,

} Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville "
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West Palm Beach. Floride
t 4 : Between Jacksonville and 3anford. dA : par ottdge

S ,, II r' Stopping) at Palatkt Astor, St. Francis, BeresJord (DeLand) and A winter resort that will please you. f I ,
t : Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River { Near Lake Worth: and centrally loi'it-. .. WEST PALM BEACH FLA.

"City of Jacksonville" a AH modern Improvement, 0 select Hotel with home
J Steamers ted.A. Atuulot family .... .
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Fred DeBary" : : .
I MRS S. B. EARHAN ,
Are appointed to Mil sa lollowat-Leave Jacksonville dally except Saturdays at 8:80: p. m Box 127 : Fleaaant! location adjolnlae City j /
h;, Returning leave Sanford! daily except Sunday at 9U10 a. in. '. ,
'. West Palm Roach, Florida Park and facing:) on Lake. Worth. M
; Southbound "Schedule.JACKSONVILLE' .' Northbound Cool comfortable room, with good -
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'., e l4Spm. ....,...... ................ .PA..ATKA........ .. .... .... ... ... .......Le.".8 oo pm A IDA B. BAYS Proprietress )It,
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." 430 am............... .........:: ..f'f.-FRANCIS., ......... ........... .... .. W Soopm . . . . .

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t r'r' ArriT.ijoam ....... ..........,...... ....8A.NFORD ................. 9 so am of I
., 4). IO 00 ain._..................................ENTERPRISE.?....................... "to 00 am Conraercial Hotel II
FOWLER BROS & KING I
r. ( General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville t
and CafeC. t
: f'F V. M: IRONMONGKlt, Jrn Aw'!Uen'l 1'... Agt 121 Wont Bay St'.Jacksonville, Fin. MACHINE SHOP *
W, ., C. P. LOV ELL, .,
lot. COOPER. J r. FreI't' Sup -
.pSI of Hoiao Street, .TaeKsenville Florida 1
i A. C. HA ERTY, Get Kan'n !-...... Act.. ."Yoik.. CLYDE MlLNE.Oen'1' Fr't Art, K. T GAS ENGINE REPAIRS PECIALTY .,
DJ '. VHKU; o. KOKH, WM. P. O1.VUK & OO., W. Schmid, Proprietor AL ,KINDS LATHE and PER WORK }
.; i General' Manager General Agents i
q Chusebrouuh Building: 10 State Street Mew York GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR .i i.i
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I, I',! I. Near Percy Landing, Lake; Front I

/ .' I WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Southern R ailway' ,
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: Atlantic Coast LineTHE ;-:'. Vestibule Trains Ea.t \ ,30, North and Wet No'13 No &I:0:::::"0 \
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,r ; LV Ja kllOn"lIIe.. ..' 80 Ry tS IOp: 8 too 7 SSP. Lv Jacksonville,Pls ..,So Y Wn )
GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE FROM LORIDA J..UD............,.. 80 Ry S alp II W to 4Op.. Lv Iee.up Ca.. ...,, ,.,,RO Ryro 4SP 30v II SSa "
I" L"Savannah y.. ...,.. 80 Ry 4211p J 301' II 1511.. At Stacan, 0.,,., .. ......811 R Y 3 ao. u 1 P ..,.. :
Columbia.... .. .. .
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", J"II CONNECTIONS AI'Cfierbtte..... ..... 80 RV 1168 IU o6V 9 9g.. ,,,tlo Ry 30. NOtp; ,,,,, .' \
.', To ArOr..en.boro.,....,. BoRy 28t.. I 5tJ to 5'P" At Dalton, ..,,... ...., Ry aSa 9 Ikrp ,. .,
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} ,' The lover its own rails to Savannah Ar Danville ....... .. IcIO R Y 45a i 050 I sop. Ar Chataabnooga, T "! I '
.' East .. Ar Ky '; ; I
t Charleston Richmond and 'Wash- Richmond...._......1......80 164'1'.. ArClncinnatiO io...... & 401 7,55. .,.,,. ,, ;-'! .' I
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? Lv Clncioaat Opfutlq pour a 4op R 3or ....,, { I
( l ington thence via Pennsylvania By. ArLyachb..r/f/ ....,..... R7 II 4 sup. Ai Chicago, Ill...,,. ,. y real 6 x119 ,,,:,, ; 'S1I
via All Rail AI'Chllrlotthvl1le ...1'0 Rv f II oral 6 lOp.. Llnclnnetl OA oAr !
1- WoahlllgtDn........80 Rv 10 9 t OUp? Ar Chleng0.111 .,.... 1'x 7Inex yroa Y 3ep ,I'f
........ .. 34"l gal .f
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'r fr f The The Louisville & Nashville via : l'hlladelpbla1'RIt... t 43PI 13Sa ArChica III s... C H A Dj e6
Montgomery .. fjaj '
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are made West ; A'Ne. .York. .1. R It 4 4 ... !!..;3ra.._., I.vCioclnatL OhbC II. D 9 R Bun ,,, ? -\' i(:;' .
A'J .' Na 3q.-a New YOI'll and Florid.Rx1 ... Ar Toledo, S 1 Sup r"' .
value is end The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery Pullman Dnwing.Room Sleeping Car>re.'l'alllpa D.lly Ar Detrot 4 Mlch..C pM 7 are tu ) : ;It,'\. y i

( aDd Jacks "iIle 10 New Vark Lv CfocinoatL Oh"lo .. 'aL on 8 Sop a sacs ...,, ," .I .
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To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship for New No."WaRblalltoa and Florida LvClnclnnst r
Company, Limiter r dhi0..Blg Pour 30P R Yua ..,,,,
The York, Philadelphia neaten Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping C t, ArClevelandOhio..Big Four & 8 I y ;

Q a modern trial. East t Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and flail!. Jacksonville to New York Lv Louisville,Ky..,,,,. ,.aoRY a 3Q9 R as ..... "'
Ar K7....,... BoRy zop Y Son ..
for more. No 31-"Sollthe. Palm Llmltell." Veeli ArNILouisRoR I
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C i good Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Cora bnie p
'ra'D. l'ullman
Transportation
Dro.wlblC KooID Col1lp..rt- '
Ar Anuiston,Abl....... Bo Y N
via I Ry 4Ua Ufa
E steamship pony for Baltimore and Philadelphia menu ClubCompostleObserration: and liming' Ar Ala ...So i t f
no l flavor i RI Augustine, JackooDvlll allll Memphis Ry 11 43o sea ,.,,,,
; 55 Jars AYoween Ar Teon., ?Frisco R u6;, I
S ArK.n.a.Cft Mo ..Prl.co
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give we buy ,
KEY WEST
via Peninsular & Occidentaland '. it'
j. sonable is al- Tbrougb,"Tbe Land ar the BtynIN0. Jo s

1i 1 It Lady' able to HAVANA Steamship'CompanyTO I.., JacklIOaville...r ...........80 Ity 7 5 5- Veitibule No. rs-"The Ftorlda Limned." Daily, Solid I j
i Lv BaVAan.b.Oa.Io! Ily .. train, tbrough day eoachea and Pull- 1
story. SOMETHING NEW '. AI'Columbia.S. C. .,...........110 Ity t2 II I 00.P ...h........ mau.leeping ar.Jacksonville to ClncinnaU, I v '
A r Ashville N. ,,
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J.. : Interchangeable mileage ticket good over 13,000 mllea'oi'among tae'pnnuips; Ar Hot .8uringa; CN: ::;:.:,.:'= Ry Y I. Sop J7p :,.n,,: ::: No. I8-PulllDan (1rawingRonm 8"lnll, Car I
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AI' Knoxville 110 ......... bet."D .
1i'? railroads in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal events. AI' LouisvIU, ...... ........ ..... Ry y 6 8 sop ... ..... and K....J8okllOlnllle....Ilt1.: Blrminghem 31onphl..
'lit"\ ,\ Through/ Pullman Sleeper' Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line. Ar St ].outs........_.............Ro Ry 4Shp 508 -.. ....
Frank C. B lyleston Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark. Traveling Passenger AI' Inclnnatti, Ohio ........, "C II '511 .:....... g-"chleeRn' and Florl'Ia I'IJ.eoloi' I'Na '
4 : Open Agent, 138 West' Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville :Fla. H. M. Emerson,, JO-D.ily Pullman D..laW-Roo", end vNo. e'I':" l'uliman; l/sawing kwtm Olld l'r.' If+;
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Mulgoba I
Mangoes. ARRLVALs AT
BUDDED JACItSONVll.t.E;
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a ';:t'';. the'United os Aw1U1 ea cbes1 From From New New York York.uahinglun sto.-No,3l,Southern'I 1'ilal Ltmies aae>>: p. m.9:00: s. 10.' }
: Largest Collection of Crotons in States. ?alms, Phyllan From Clncln..tl. A.bvllle Wa.hingtun, etc-.Ns.J.. "W..hlagtoa and Florida Ioxt: >re.8.7. 'P, ,n.
et..No ,.
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thus, etc.AII pot grown. Full I Line of Citrus Stock From Cbiago Cincinnati Atlanta 140 "Plorld"and Limited.Florida"Limited 9MO'. "_ y ;
'S,' High Spruce Pine Land. Address Are sure indications of some form of stomach FromCblollK'o.Clnulnn.U.bb.ttaU'aAtl..n' (( taetc.No.1Iugo.Plorl:/ 9'35 a.l.m. I 1'
; grownon < Bpeolal 9193 p.llt
1 trouble; biliousness or .a bad liver. :Malaria will
: JOHN. B. BEACH West Palm' Beach Fla r next overtake you. Don't risk: !It, and above all. i. C. LUSK, Dist P... Agent 108 West Bay.Street, Jacksonville: Fla, 'I

A. don.ttake calomel orq'11Dl.ne-both aredangerona W. H. TAYLOE 0 p. A.'I
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( Department deadly efleoto. HERBINE taken

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, ""-'."" --BRIDE-&HOT: BY HUS.BAND----; LEAVE CIVIC FEDERATION. __m"__.____,_,____" _._ ____ _'_ r .. ,.. -. "'''-__.._,_"_..m _--
i ;: I Lawful Debt 1.,111' Cotleated.When I' ,
They Had 8ep't'dn' H* Wanted I Mike left the employ of Brother '-
Her to Return. Labor Union Advised to Withdraw : Rubbles, who koi-pw( u (country store
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Jasper Qa, March 27.-A girl bride from that Body. and also( "furms it" In Washington M1
shot to death by; her husband, the.I.er New York, March 27.-At a meetingof I county. Me., lie owed a considerable 5BeNDeALL

in flight and a poase being or the Central Federated Union a resolution balance to Hrotlicr Hubbies. Mike ,

ganlzed! to chase tha fleeing man, is has been adopted calling! on seemed quite' \vUllag to forget about It, ,
tbs tragic story that comes ffrom ffip every'unIon to withdraw from the civic but more intimate acquaintances of
worth in Fanning ; federation.: It was further resolved Brother Rubble never loot faith that

From reliable reports county lOs/, learned! to call a mass meeting and agitateagalns.t the account would- be squared in due* Ji.i:>. -- -v__ T OANTHONY'S-__"' __'_' .... 4'

that young Glazier, of EpVftth; killed giving private corporation time. .
After brother Itubblea hud ceased,
any more franchises
Its wife
early subways.
Saturday .
night, and atf
The, adoption of even to drop gentle hints about the
the these resolution
ter shooting fled to
parts unknown,
followed the little bill Mike been the owneifof ,,a
Messengers reception of the
arrived shortly thereaf report single hitety hog, of which he was' Inordinately '
_, terat Blue Ridge, Informed the sheriff from a committee sent by the central
proud. lie bragged aboutit
of ann.tn of the occurrence and at last federation to confer last week with unceasingly, and Brother Rubbles a ,!
; *" bunts the sheriff was organizing President Belmont of the luterbor- made a friendly call one day to see It a

1' 'e to assist him In the capture ot ough Rapid Transit company regard and praised the hog In a way that delighted :,
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,t,,hf futftfve.rs ing re-employment of men who lost the heart of the lucky owner.
")il&zler, from accounts, had their Jobs as the result of the recent "Can't see how ye got him so fat,

separated from her husband a short strike. Mike," said Brother Rubbles "Mine sfl
time ago, nlltd had been living since This report showed that President don't fill '''out that way. I guess it. BIG CUT PRICE SALE

at.the home of her mother some dls Belmont declined to make any concessions takes an Irishman to bring up a pig." i
tance from her husband's home. saying that the road was equip Then after a puxise Brother Rubbles
Saturday night Glazier went to.the ped with all the men needed and that added: "I've got a shote I'll give ya( if
the former I want It I should like to what
employes could be you see
, bouse where his wife was living and only
re-employed ye can do with! my stock"
when
asked her to return and live with him vacancies ocurred.; atp'alm
Recognition of unldn There is an Old saying that sets
again. any also was re _
fused. When the delegates represent forth the danger of trusting the Greeks

MONEY MATTERS CAUSE DEATH, ing more than 150,009 workers heard even when they offer gifts, but Mike
the bad never beard It. At the first opportunity -
-- report pandemonium
reigned. Del. y
' 'Quarrel I Over a Trivial Sum Resulted ( be went over to BrotherRubbles'
egates arose and shouted Beach
at the top
I Fatally In Mississippi. of their barn and brought away the
lungs against Mr. Belmont.
sorriest looking shote that ever lived.
Sumner, Miss, March 27.-A quarrel Attack after attack
was made against The
trivial nert day Brother Rubbles "lev-
over a
sum of money baa
the Clvlo Federation, while some of led" on the big hog. The law would
resulted in the killing of J.
, Webb, a prominent young planter Bailey, and the delegates loudly demanded that not have permitted him to do that so I<1SSSVVr<* *SV+**S* */S*
I I''' every labor leader should resign from long as Mike was thq! owner "of, only ,
the wounding of Sam
Dougherty, Sr.. that body.
a saw mill hand, at Easels, a email Samuel Oompers president of the one pig. We still have left, over $8,000 worth of the finest '

town 7 mites from Sumner, The dls American Federation of Labor who Is

puce arose between Dougherty's son' vice president of the National dvlo goods ever brought South, and are determined to close them out within
Sam aged :20! and :
;young Webb. Federation, was also denounced. CMcaao o and Florida Limited

Dougherty, Sv., appeared: on the via! the next two or three weeks. We are under 'obligation not to ship
some as the altercation was threatenlog YOUTH SHOOTS

violence and, it is said, soiled SWEETHEART. : Louisville & Nashville any of this stock to Miami, so must close them out hei e, and will make f

Webb front behind, and, reaching over Dangerously Wounds Girl With Whom
'the planter's shoulder plunged the He Was Desperately In Love. JR.i9.ilToa.cL: prices low enough to do it. Read carefully these prices and see if

knife repeatedly Into his body New York, March
27.-A search Is
Webb fell, dying, but managed to being made about Cbronna It. I., for Only Solid Pullman Train there is not something you want at such low figures.
draw a pistol from, his pocket and fire William G'.
twice at his assailant. The elder 'and dangerously Smdth, 17 ;years old who shot with observation and library cars from .......... .... ............................... ..........................
wounded his sweet.
Dougherty's wrist was' broken and a heart Alice Ohlsen, 16 years old, Sat- Florida to St. Louis, Chicago I
Hats Men's Underwear
bullet also
struck his abdomen, but, urday night. The love-sick lad's father .

glanced off He was afterward arrested fears he has committed suicide, Tbe'West and Northwest, Only about five dozpn left in the bouse. "Knox" a 1.60 Garment: '
'' and! placed! In jail. The ;young.i but thus far there is no evidence of his with much quicker time than via any I "Young's" "Imperials." $1.60 to $2.50 per

.r Dougherty, who, it is alleged, also having done so. other line. Regular price, $3.00 to 500. White and Fancy Lisle. Wen 3.00.Men's .

attacked Webb with a knife, escaped. Miss Ohlsen'a( father Is a Srweedlsh Ml meals In dining errs, service a la

clergyman, the author of several religious carte.* Finest dining-car service in the Underwear
Neckwear 60cA
GIRL PREVENTS JAIL DELIVERY.herlff work South. a ;;

Daughter--Proves Herself a Although( young Smith had just!; left Leave Leave Jacksonville St. Augustine daily daily 9:30 8:30:: a.a. m.m.' rreat raft of elegant; patterns. Hold at $1 and a 2.00 per Garment. a '

Heroine by Preventing Escape. the Grammar school to work in a Arrive Chicogo next day, 4:30: p. m. 150. "ReiserV and "AuerbachV*makes. Linen Nlteh and llamie. Were 4.00 .
Boottsboro Ala., March 27.-A daring New York store he began a vtgurous Arrive St. Loi'ia next day, 1:35 p. ni

attempt at a jail delivery was 'courtship. The Ohlsens endeavored to Also| through: Pullman Ir wln 'l.f Sleep.Ing : Neckwear a 40c Night Shirts 1.35 ,
;Cum lall> from Jneknonvlllt on (i. L. a
break ,
frustrated here by Miss Lula Austin, the boys infatuation by refusing 8" :O5 p. m. train to ilirmlnKliain. Nnfthvlllti. ,
the young daughter of Sheriff D, O. to admit him to the house but belay L-vitnuTlllu: I ,, Kt Louis,Chicago> and) on 8.A. L All 75c lines.Suspenders. Fancy Sateen Mull and Madras. Were 3.50. ""j
H no a. in. train to I'enixioota, Mobile l and I
Austin. in wait Saturday evening and as Now Orl..nft.

,".....a. After three of the steel bars leading .' Alice was starting for a walk with her L.&N.If n EST: i iforratra mil-vice In desired ask for tickets via Night Shirts, a 90c
Into the main corridor, which would mother, he fired a shot at the girl. Pullman rcHorvntloni, etc..call ,
The bullet on or write All sold but two patterns. Al! ],50 and 2.00 grades.
have struck her in I
practically admitted them to their the breast and OEU. K. nERniNS. Fin. Peas, Agent.tftBuy .
liberty, had been cut, Miss Austin dia- the boy fled. 206 St..JuckHonvlUu; ,Florida
oovered the condition of affairs and Miss Ohlsen was taken to a hospital BeltsOnly Pajamas, a 1.60

herself forced the prisoners to turnover where, It Is said, she will probably Were
Uprising on l Isle l of Crete. about four dozen left. Will sell from 40c to 2.50 and 3.00.Pajamas .
to her the saws which, had been recover, although badly wounded.
... Canea. Isle of Cret ,, March 27.-A $1. Prices were 75, 1.00,1.60, 2.00,2.5'), a.OO
used in the operation, sIx in number. '
2.20'
revolutionary band .of 600 demanding and 3.50.Shirts. a
Since the incident, no visitors have Twenty-Eight Convicts Escape
been allowed by the sheriff to see the Houston, Tex., March 27.-'Twenty- Greek rule and which has been active Were 500. Elegant puterns. Light Weight ?
prisoners' eight Texas convicts the tor some days, fired on gendarmes, a 1.15
it being supposed that the on plantationof .
seriously wounding two of them. Full Fashioned.
men were supplied with the tools by J. H. B. House of Houston, located Prince tMen's
George, In a proclamation Issued today :Manhattan Majestic, and Cluett's. Were 1.50,
some one who had been admitted to in Fort Bend county have escapedby
2.00 and 2.50.Shirts ,
the Shoes
urged people not to 2.90
encouragethe a
their cells. sawing through the floor of i \ ,
stockade with case-knives. i'orty-flve revolutionary movement which at N. & B. White Dort I
Canvas
cb's White
< Buck
Hobson to Run for Governor. convicts refused to accompany the fugitives. present apears to be confined to Ca. a 1.75 White Tennis. :
Mobile, Ala., March 27.-Captain:: nea.
Posses are scouring the river All the finer (grades. Savoy, Star, and specials.
Richmond Pearson Hobson, who was bottoms In an effort to Men's
apprehendthe Were, 3.00 and'3.50.Shirts. Shoes 3.9O
In this city today, submitted to an interview runaways. rJY .'. Early Risers a I
In which he declined to ,either I Hunuti'a White
Canvas Flonheim's Patent high
The famous little p9IIs 2.25 ;
affirm! or deny whether he will be a .---- --., a-- --- .- and low cut, Florsheim's Kid! high cut, some CIxpp

'candidate for governor or not at the Silk 'Silk and Wool, Fancy Flannef.' Fine for Oxfords, Lphara'a line tan, black and patent. Null
next Mate election but said: "I shall] a shoe worthless than $5 in this lot.Men's .
outing purposes. Were 4.00 to 5.00 each.
be In the political campaign, but al To Consumers Only

the present stage it Is impossible tony Handkerchiefs Shoes, a 4.75 '

whether I shall be a candidate "Remember you will get.your money back If not Pleased." ,
myself or not, and my action will be ,; Any Ilannn Boyden, Cort or Clapp Shoe in the 4
15 25 and 40
a house. Hand-made, many of themand some retail t. '
'decided according to the opportune 14 pounds Sugar $1 00 ;
'ties for rendering public service Ware 23,50and 1.00. Only about ten dozen left. at 8.00 and 0.00 per pair. This lot contains pateuG, :
"Whether I am a candidate or I 1 pound :Mdcha and Java Coffee's 20 I buck, tan ind kid, all styles. *

'IIOt. I expect to take the stump' 2 pounds Rio Coffee 25 Ladies' Hosiery, a 45c
Ladies'
: '\and a4vocate strong foreign and I Shoes a 2.45 I.Black I.
1 pound Lipton Tea. 50 Plnin"VhtP! OHDZP Liens", plain Black flnuze Lisle, ,
naval policies as the basis of our se-
1 black mixed Tea 25 I Bltifk L'I 0'1 IJ ZI' Lisli., plain and Luck Tan Gauze kid tau kid, tAn calf white canvas! white
ciirlty and prosperity, and a meant pound green, or : Lisle. Were 1.00.Ladies' buck oxfords If drHb canvas pump"Vortb 3.50 to

'toward general peace." Armour's Breakfast Bacon 16c per pound 6.00 per pair.Ladies'.

Morhplne End. Woman's Life. Armour's Star Ham 16c" Hosiery, a 65c Shoes 3.60 l .
a
Atlanta March 27.Prom
an overdose ,
of morphine Ethel Venable, a Corn Beef, Veribest, lie i White Gauze' Plain White Lace Lisle White White buck white ;

I, ', 'white woman who lived over a Decatur Roast :Beef, He French Lace, Fancy Lace Black, Black Lace Lisle. canvas sailor ties pumps white buck canvas oxfords pumps tan calf, white sailor I

street store near Piedmont avenue, White Bacon 12 1-2 Were> 1.50. ties. TIeltl8hnes! sold from 5.00to 6.00 per! pair ;
died at the Grady hospital Sunday at Made Laird "
\., by Schoher & Co., D. Armstrong, and Its
'ternoon.' The woman took the drug, Cracker Jack Milk 4c a can Ladies' Hose a 1.90 Hannn. '
It la believed, with suicidal intent, ,

'"'while' at her home. Wben the hosplt. We will positively save you 25 rents on every dollar spant for Gr erles. Tan Spun Silk,Black,Silk Plain, White Spun Silk. Ladies'' Shoes, a 4.45White
al ambulance' reached the' puace IIha W..re,350.,
was unconscious.. She had been treated Respectfully, ,- buck and canvas welted pumps ton calf, J

'at the hospital for morphine poisoning THE LAKE WORTH GROCERY CO. Men's Hose 40c patent and calf pumps sailor ties, and all lIilothprk't'd c,.'/'
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twice before. novelties the kind that sold for 7.00 Hud

By H. J. BTJRKHARDT All 75o and 1.00 lines.Men's 8.00 per pair. Strictly::! hand made. .
Young Girl Kills Herself Across The Lake.PROTECT ,
unawlok, Ga., March 27.-:::auby \. Pants, a 2.95 / 11t i
'Glffl I. a young girl 20 'years of age I Hose a 65c ,
ro Itted suicide here at 7 o'clooll'f <' a- Fancy flannels. Sold at 4.00 and 5.00. r.f!
""-- ..6, .-""- All :1.00 to 1.50 lines. '
L
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Pants 3.65 J.
it with a 38 ''caliber pistod. The a

d4:\ ;woman, af>4r writing a note to f i Men's Hose, 1.00 \ Fancy flannels homespuns and worsteds. The ''P
young a4rof the city carefully an 6.00 and 7.00 kind.
';' ruffed herself on the bed, put the Black White and Tan Silk. Were 2.00 a 2.50.

t' pistol within.,.an Inch of her temple, r Your Horses and Cows Pants a 4.35The tr a
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and pulled the trigger. Death result Men's Underweara
.i, ''.d Instantaneously The woman baa 7.00 to 8.00 kind. "
,} been here about a year. r :From ,the Horse Flies. 60c per Garment I =ht

Indian Caught Paaalng the Queer "Q : Brown Lisle French Balbriggan, Sea Island Pants, a 5.50

t'"'; Montgomery Ala., March Z7.-Tha Last year we demonstrated the fact that our Cotton. Were 1.00 each.. .. and The worsted 10.00 and 12.00 grades! in (Jannel.eilk. wool "k%
police nave arrested 'Mark Longalte, ?/

( alia long High, a full blooded In HORSE FLY, .EXTERMINATOR"protected Men's Men's Suits .
'; '-Ii dlan on the charge of passing, counter. Underweara; ,
it. felt money. The accused .says haIf' the aninwils from the flies. It l Is a preparation that

i. 'live In the Indian Territory TIIai'i lasts several hours after It Is applied, and it does not clop/; the 90c per Garment a 7.50$10$12$15 ,

money Is In half doll..i and Is said pares of the akin like heavy oils do. In /gallon; or flye-gallon White and Drown Lisle, French BalbHggan.; We will sell any suit 'In the bones under wet nut p ,

i'i,' to have been paassd on a negro'mer"chant. quantities we can make ;you close prices on it. Were 1.SO. cost, tq close the 'but.

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I :w, ','I'' BJcnador'March'' 2V.*-Vle'President 'BROAD WELL I &, ,MOOREDRvtQISTS ,Remember, have tho.goods and.must dispose of them Instructiona '

,I ;" Baquerlxo Morena baa, ..*. have. been given to the Palm Beach force not to let a customer go out witbout sellinr him at any prhf to

: "aamed the ezecntlva' power President : : reason. The etq k is being reduced rapidly daily eo ,.go, early and get, what you want. before the assortment, ; ;i

' \l ,,+jltiO"lua rctlrlnc to the town of Pom&4KHri, '\ West.Palm'Beach": Florida are broken.Anthony's.
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;''' WMall order solicited and prompt attention aaaared.A .
, ->ta4el<>f W. htalth. "It la'beU'Ted thai Palm Beach Store'

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;': MATTERS OFLOCAL Thomas J. Campbell, the well-known Pleasant City School.To vgtyflfirioQifca-ae -
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the Editor] of The Tropical Sun :
located on Clematis avenue, west of the
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INTEREST Some time ago the teacher of the colored -
Ut '" railway track, t is branching out, and will school in Pleasant Citywrote we to THETROPICAL .
next Monday open a first-class shop In _
know if could be done
Vi'i'r' anything to secure
) .Condensed News Paragraphs PertaIning Delray in addition to the one In this
funds for continuing their school another 1 1I
{ : to West Palm Beach city. Mr. Campbell an expert work.I month. .
4t and VicInity man, and It gives The Tropical bun pleasure -
Thus far I have been unable to accomplish -
a'' I .. ,, to note his continued success. I anything so wish to-appeal to any I': -

+ Remember Branding's! sale- /Mr and Mrs. A. G. Riegel have issued, who may be interested by way of your -.t
t'Ii invitations as follows: .
columns.
Furniture packed for shipment\ J.Jf :
i I 1904. 1905. The month la .L
salary ,
rS ; McGinley. 29-jr- Paper Wedding. per $40. Average i REAL : % !
1i'' attendance 85 to go per cent. The pupils -4
U The Florida State Horticultural\ Mr. and Mrs. Adolph G Riegel.At I. have had but four months of school. If 1 tl .y;

ety will meet in Jacksonville May 9 Home any class of children need the influenceof \ ,h: '
t to II. Tuesday Evening, April 4, from 8 to 10 school training it is the children of I 1 I .;1'1"l;, ,

The tomato crop In the, vicinity of o'clock, at the Residence of our colored citizens. The work In the ESTATE .W!\ f '))0
: }' +z Atcb creek is placed at 40,000 crates for :Mrs. N. S. Burnham. color ad schools is practical ana far-reach :' .IiI ;:,Ji;> n,, w

., the season Adolph George Riegel. ing: In its results. f I !::' .

Ie : Now is the time for painting your Lillie May Lautber. In this particular school the children
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4i s! walls. Do it with Alabaatine. East I' Mr. G.W.Murfitt one of Miami's most I have had no stove all winter, and have :

i Coast Lumber and Supply Company. 3t popular young men, and who bas been even been obliged to close school ,at EXCHANGETJiis f fB +

t'' r Publication of the Palm Beach Daily employed in the office! of the clerk of the times because of the cold. week: offers .
court, has taken a position with R. W. Any contributions towards the fund .\
: ': News suspended with the issue oft
.i y' was' Rhodes. Mr. Murfitt if a fine salesmanand for continuing the school another month );.
until the of the next
S Sunday opening
will\ make his mark in that line In will be received and ,acknowledged by
4; tourist season. Miami. His place ia the clerk's office me in the name of the school,

t$ Mr. G. S. Rowlev'one of Dade couu- will be taken 1)ya young man from West GRACE L. LAINHAK.T Several Choice Bargains: I II

t tv's pioneer newspaper men, has accept. Pu4m lIeach.- :Miami Record.

1 i ed a position, as city editor of the Palm Mr. J. A. Daugntry, of Little River, I .
1' Beach News. While nothing has been given out for iJ in
a brought to the Metropolis office a twelve. }
, publication, every indication points to watermelon
Mr. M. J. Yarborough, who has for of pound grown on his farmat -
commencement and
early
an a new
1 4j'' several weeks been confined to nil room large: hotel in Miami. (The new buildingwill that in placer which was healthy and inviting iJ Lake Front Cottages-Residences in West Palm Beach--Residence

S S on account of sickness,(is reported much be located on- the corner of AvenueB that appearance.he has a splendid Mr. Daughtrystates crop of and hotel sites and Winter Homes at Palm Beach! north of Royal Poinciana grounds-Bl'8otiful

better this week. and Eleventh street, and will\ make melons and that they all went through :+ Lake Front Lots in full view of East Side: hotel grounds and cottages-Furnished and Unfurnished a.I{' .
Five carload! of rock, recently pu* !the fourth hotel at that point It is said the freeze early in January without in- Houses in West Palm Beach. .
f chased by the city for street repairs have that the new building is to be of brick ,
jury. The fruit Mr. is retailing
li'' been delivered, and the material is being I I and stone,-artistic In design and moderu Daughtry '
at from cents to| At that well worth
40 i apiece. SI These bargains are investigation ;
>
!, stored on the city lot in the rear of in alt its a ppointmeota.-Miami Record
it
price seems that there is a gold mineIn
;; the Council chamber. by any prospective buyers of property on either-side of Lake Worth.
Mr. Wm. Frazure, whose sprious illness \ melons-Miami Metropolis.For ;
1 Auiung: the transfers realty durlnj|> :
'
i, the past few weeks was the sale of ttufl ev' was noted in The Tropical Sun last Office first door north of Dade County State Bank.BARGAINS ;
Sale.A .
Saturday, died on Saturday morning at '
'G valuable building Jots on Bvernla street, t. .:: 1$1
his home in Kissimmee. Deceased was mare, fifteen yearsold good .=( ..
\\1, near Sapodillo,by Dale Miller to G. H, :: ; ; seven
IF. Maltby. Consideration not stated. i the father of Mis. L. Will-ion and tbegrandf..the ty:five dollars cash. II. S. Pennoclc, x.;.. ....1Ol.V.ft... A. jffJi .i\f'\ :
:1 of Mrs. B. M. Potter and West Jupiter Fla. innS-lf i,.
For Mr. CharleslBarfield. who has been
t Mrs Maik Holly, of this city. :Mrs. t ---- -- -- 'A j
the winter in St '
spending: Augustine
yt \ her father'Pbedside the
I Wlllson was at at For Sale, To Rent Boardlug.Furnlsh-
arrived home, and will d -
r. Monday evening
time of his death,having over several rS',
VI 1 gone ed Hoijms and Rooms To Let cards at \
hereafter be euiplojed in the ,
pressrooms days before,in response to a dispatch The Tropical Sun office.School in I
S ; of The Tropical Sun Publishing[announcing! his serious( illness.I \ ;
t ;,; Company. desk and Inks, supplies and REAL ESTATEPalm The Beaeh Club
.
am after your furniture trade. ,I. :3.McGintey
I:s blank books
Under Guid! at Idner'a.
theauspicesoftheLadies'! ,West Palm Beach, Fla. 29 Jt Beach Residence Lot-Two miles
j; f of Holy Trinity Episcopal church a luncheon I north of Poiuclana for sale at a bargain. (INCOHI'OHATKI) ; )+
{ and sale will be given at the residence i Among the prominent West Palm Beach Pineapple Plantation and Residence-forty
id
S! of Mrs N. S. Burnham, corner of hostelries which will'remain open during five acres, on canal, near Jupiter, ten Restaurant .
,,44 II',)' Narcissus and Datura streets, tomorrow, I the entire summer is the Park Cottage, acres she Get Lane
house, windmill, tank, piping, for sale
1., which has just concluded the most pros. ,
; from 4 to 10 p.m. The public cordially
I. very cheap for cash. Apply to \
i tourist In its The
invited. perous season history to --
"t Park Cottage will not close at all, but t op your WALLACE R. MOSES,
On ont: Sunday morning and evenirg!:
1 'j Rev. Wiu.; F. Allen, a young minister of according to the precedent established Gas Engine West Palm Beach Btfesikfast:, JLicmeheon: Dinner '
last will keep its doors for ,
St the Florida Conference, will\ preach in i. summer open .
the Methodist church in West Palm the accommodation of the traveling men Repairing '.- The Realty Mortgage Company" of r AT ALL HOURS t
./ as well as all others who desire first-class West Palm Beach, Fla., has-an abund- .
,Ij Beach. Rev. Allen who is a brother of .
I board. ance of funds to loan farmers. n9tf J
Mrs. E. W. J Parish, of this city, fs one u -
of the most prominent members of the Mr. J. C. Stowers Is getting material = .

Conference. on tbe ground and arranging all of the I 11M. _._-- --- ,._- --- Special Orders Received for: Parties
preliminaries to commence work on his
Under the direction of Manager R P.
'
Faddison, the local branch of the East new concrete building on Clematis avenue I *> of Three or More t ,

;t., Coast Lumber and Supply Company is opposite The Tropical Sun office. d
r ... getting ready for a busy summer. The Adjoining Mr. towers' building on the H.arrrris & Epps -

yards and premises of the company have west Faber Bros. will soon commence i

been greatly improved, the offices paint. the erection of a handsome storeroom. HIGH-GRADE Open To Members Only

.; ed and many other Improvement effected. Their plans have not yet been complet. I SEASON OP epos

Store your furnltute and stocks with ed, but they expect to commence work :

7 1, B. McCiuley. 29-31 just as soon as possible. Men's Furnishings &: Shoes .
I Leave your orders at The Tropical
r, All farmers desiring loans should '
San office for all kinds of engraved
address call the Mortgage -
or on Realty
and monogram stationery and visiting ..
a Company West Palm BeachFla. s
Palm Beach Fla. n9tf I cards. Sole Agents for this City for the following 'wvwwi/w
f. 2'Wvwwww
Strong Lines of Herchandise '
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IS 'j Don't -You .' I West Palm Beach"Town

Buy Shoes for Men r
a Furniture ; Lose

Until 1 The L5/ nlster" Shoe, $x.00 and f 0.00 5 Lots. V- '
.
.Fifty ,.
( You "CroBsett" Shoe: #3, *4 and $5 ,

: The 'Hamilton Brown" Shoe $2 to $4
Per ,

ire Choice i Resideuce i

. Catalogue: Our I'' Cent Shoes for Women n LU .


c _-__ S When The "La France" Shoe, $3.0OTbe from $200
:i up, :
Mail You Peters" 'Shoe: $2.50 1.$3.50,
.,.)' Orders one-third cash, balance by semi-annual '

: d Receive Pass installments, on reasonable time, accord- ,',, '

+ ,?;" Prompt D", ffawes fiats ing to price of lot. ;;
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,,' Attention By For plata and full Information apply to /. ,4,

1 Jc; Look at this beautiful Quartered Oak China Cabinet, 71 inches high, 43 wide, Cluett Shirts WALLACE R. MOSES
,;<' With plain oak back, only" 119-75. With mirror back I 10x3: $ and 4 8x36 will ,
'\ cost f i-75 each extra. This is a rare bargain. Send me the cash today and I will Agent Florida East! Coast Railway Land Department.
\\\'f q ship.at; once from factory. West Palm

l .Our Shoes are at HomeIn Beach, Florida.

\r J.. B.. fJleGIf'lu Every Household : !

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