The Tropical sun
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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: May 13, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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I' SEEKS CHARTER attendance at the regular meeting keys of the city will be given over THE JURY

A,;, of the Board of Trade Wednesday to the Red Men next; week, and once
(", :, evening was quite small and ve'ry little more the Indian brave will tread tle r. t..I.

I'' .: business! was disposed of. shores of Lake Worth.

I., There were no reports from any of tbe Th Great Council of the Improved

.'" The Inter-Urban Telephone Gompanyji1 Have standing committees', and the principal Order of Red Men of tbe State of FlorIda Celebrated Carl Schrebnick Case Aired Before a y'1'

\; \ matter discussed was the report of the will meet in ,West Palm Beach next ,' ,'" NfI

: ." Head Office "West Palm Beach. A special drainage committee, of which Tuesday,,and Wednesday, and it is expected Jury in the City Court Yesterday Af-,

... Mr. J. B. ,McGinley is chairman. Mr. that there will be more than too ,,1 :'sV

McGlnley reported that the greater delegates in attendance. The delegateswill i ternoon. Trial.
: Long Distance Service. : cc" Interesting
r> I' portion of the $300 for the purchase of \ begin to cone in on Monday's x r

the right of way for a canal through Dr. train, and it is expected that several of

t Munyon's property had been subscribed); them will\ spend the entire week here. '

It is probably not generally known in Miami bave been placed on the groundin 'I,and that the entire amount was practically An elaborate program has been pre- I In pursuance to a call Issued by: Mayor Council owe-} a duty to the people who

: in sight. 'The report was accepted pared by the local tribe for the entertainment elected them and it was plainly their '
this city that on May at the Governor of, readiness for erection Currie a special meeting of the City ;
and the thanks of the Board tenderedto of their guests, a committee '
I'ud 1 duty to carry out the ordinances to the
of Florida will be asked to
the State PROPOSED LOCAL OMPANY. Council was held Wednesday evening
the committee. The committee was from tbe Board of Trade cooperatingwith
letter and to be true to their trust. Tills
known grant letters"The patent Jnter to Urban an Telephone enterprise Dr.' 1, E. Llddyj who bas before the continued and given the power to act, the Red Men in the preparation of when all of the members of the board, was concurred In by President Bilker,

: as" of business I CityCouncil of West Palm Beach an ap which means that the Model Land these pi anti. Among other features will except Alderman Parrish, were present. Aldermen Sirkin and Wellington:
the principal place
F r Company of which, is to,be the city of,,West : plication for a franchise to operate a Company and other companies\ interested be a steamboat excursion on the lake. Mayor Curtle and City Attorney Saun- Alderman Potter then moved that the

,'i telephone line In this city, was Keen by a In the submerged lauds west of the The address of welcome will be delivered ders also Mayor be instructed to enforce the ordinances
Palm Beach. were present.
representative of The Tropical Sun this city will be communicated with at once at the Red Men's hall on Tuesday in regard to the erection of bullet
The creation and organization of the The meeting was called for the purpose
morning. Dr. Liddy stated that his com- and informed that the right of way has evening, at 9 o'clock, by Mayor Currie, ings without permits and the erection of
proposed company may, or may not, of taking some action in regard to
pany had perfected all arrangements been secured and it U up to them to get whose address will followed by a buildings la the fire limit until Mr.
deal for this the corrugated Irou buildings being
City ;
mean a great
tt has; been known for some time to with the Inter-Urban Company looking to digging the ditch. The drainage speech from President Moore, of the erected by Carl Schrebnick in the fire Schrebnick shall have complied with ;,
to connections, which would guarantee Committee will also communicate im. Board of Trade. the said ordinances.
Sun that three gentlemen district on Clematis avenue.
The Tropical
i the city a long-distance service;", lie mediately with Dr. Munyon and ar The event is looked forward to with The motion was seconded by Alderman
rt L. W.
Messrs Harry McGown, B. H. Sands A petition from J. C. Stowers,
expressed the hope that the City Council range all preliminaries in regard to a much pleasure by local Red Men as McDouald and carried, Alderman
and Ht B. Yarborough-were advertising Burkhardt, Anthony Bros., A. R. Beau r
'" would, without delay, take action, so deed to the property in question. well as members of other fraternal or- Grier voting; in the negative.
Miami notice that Ion, tbe Jefferson interests,
in a paper, giving/: representing
Gov. Broward would be officially that he and his associates might know Mr. J. J. Fox brought up the questionof ganisations and tbe citizens. in general. and other property owners, protesting I Mayor Currie at once instructed M,,ir-
far on May 2(
just where they stood. He told The of the
shade the streets
trees along shill Hendrickeon to see thut work an
the erection of said buildings,
asked to grant a charter to a company against :
Tropical Sun that just as soon as his city, and suggested that instead of Crop Conditions. the Scbrebnick buildings was suspendedon
under the aforesaid name; but this and praying the Council to enforce the
paper has awaited developments, think: company was given/: a franchise the workof planting the trees on tue streets prop The week, was favorable for crops city ordinance was, 'ead. the following morning, and It was

ing that perhaps the telephone proposi- installing the system.would be.com erty owners be urged to set them just over the greater portion of the state, be- President Baker said that there was no presumed that this would\ end the trouble
menced, and that, with as little delay as inside their he thought
This for few
yards. showers and a days.
with moderate
ing warm,
tion now pending: the action of the City record of the Council ever having grant.
Council would, come to a climax I' possible, an up-to-date telephone service would answer all purposes as the trees soina locally heavy rains. Precipitation ed Mr. Schrebuluk a permit of any kind However, the Mayor and Council were
would be provided for. Dr. Liddy said placed in this position would shade the doomed to disappointment for
was rather excessive over a por- whatever, and he urged the members to on
LONG, DISTANCE SERVICE. that his company proposed to immediately streets and sidewalks, and in future tion of tbe western district and some do their duty.It Thursday morning, Mr. Scbrebnick
The asks for the spend at least I's' , proposed company years, when street improvements light damageresulted to crops on low developed that, last October, Mrs again had his force at work. Later in
usual 1 privileges granted to {incorporations and that the system they proponed to in carried further the officials will
city lauds. More rain would be beneficial Schrebnick bad approached four of the the day the work was stopped by the

in the State 9f Florida for similar stall would be the best that could be lurnished. -' not have the power to enter the yards of over the extreme south portion and overa Aldermen-this being a majoritywitha city officials; but Mr. Scbrebnick: put
enterprises, and the following extract is private citizens and cut their trees. lIe small area of the central district. petttion for a permit to make certain them upon notice that he would fight toa

taken from the official application for a 1 It was further shown that, lu cise the thought further, that the trees would Colton is advancing nicely and the improvements and alterations to her I finish and would, on Friday morning,

charter; I city I of West Pulni beach should fail to'' receive better attention in the way of stand is generally good. Some late property on Clematis. avenue. It was resume work regardless( 'of their orders.

"The name of the corporation shall be ,i grant the franchise to the company that cultivation should they be placed In planting is yet to germinate. Corn is explained to the Alderman that Mrs. lIe stated Thursday morning that be had ;,

the Inter-Urbau Telephone Company now seeks a charter, the Inter-Urban private yards. The matter of shade pursuing forward and is promising. Schrebnlckdeslied to effect the improvements retained counsel and would complete

c Its principal place of business shall be people will at once string their wires to trees war discussed: at length, but no Citrasjtreea are making good 'growth, at once, and took this method of buildings/

b the city of West Palm Beach, Dade county Palm Beach which would action was takeu.
completelycut but the indications are that there will securing' permit owing to the fact that THE CLOSING CHAPTER. :
Florida, and its principal business this city out, except as to private The special committee to arrange fora of The pine
be a light crop oranges.: it would be n week or more before the The closing chapter In the Schrebnlclc
-office shall be located therein; but the phones. Of course, under the charter Fourth of July celebration reported apple crop will be short. next meeting of the Council. bulding case took place in the City Court

t said corporation shall have power to, tlie head office of the company will havo that' nothing further had been heard I Aldermen Potter and Wellingtonwho; yesterday 'afternoon, when Mrs. Carl r

4 I transact business la any incorporated I to be made In this city, but It does not from the railway officials in regard to Christian Science Services.First signed the petition at that time, explained I Scbrebnick was docketed upon the

city or town or village In the county of necessarily foray Hist a "ccntr l" vlll reduced rotesv. that they did not understand charge of violating the city ordinances:

Dade, and to that end may establish and have to be established here The Board then adjourned. Church of Christ, Scientist' West from Mrs. SChrebnick, and neither dM I Of West Palm Beach relating to the construction
maintain branches at point where it I \ Palm Beach Fin stairs in Masonic
any ,
LOCAL COMPANY'S OFFER. up the petition explain, that a building was I ol buildings without a permit, ;

a may intend to transact bujluess With the establishment of along-dia. Filed For Record. Temple, west of f Bank, on Clematis ave. to be constructed. They further stated I and the ordinance relating to fire limit e
"The general nature of the business nue. Sunday services at 3:30p.m.: ; Sun I' I
tance service it is almost an absolute that the "improvements" now being
transacted is the establishment, Among the legal papers recently filed testimonial meet- etc.This
I to' be I day-school at ajop.m.: ;
necessity that this City have a telephone made were not even hinted at in the I climax: : was brought about bv Mr.
for record in Miami are the following:
maintenance and operation a telephoneline ings at : oil first, third and fifth
will\ local 7:30 p.m. and that they simply signed it and Mrs. Schrebnick resuming building
wbich not only give petition,
for the transmitting of message, system M. E. Gruber to E. N. Moses, sat tiitg. Wednesdays' in month. The pastor of
service, but which will connect with the I pending the ratification of the petitionby operations on Friday morning, after liar-
extending from Palm Beach to the city E. N. Moses to G. B. Cluett intg. F. this church is the "Bible" and "Scienceand I!
long distance. Inasmuch, as tbe local wd lots I, the Council at its next meeting. ing been stopped by the Marsh?,1 on the ?
N. Peterson
Danzenbaker to O. "
of Dade and :
of Miami, in the county lIeallb,with Key to the Sculptures
offers to In residence and Some hot discussion followed, and it day previous. The case was heard 'Is-<
State' of Florida, the length of the Use company put 4 and IS j B 84 n Miami, con {2,000. J.W. by Rev. Mary Baker G E<\\dy. The
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business phones at as low rates as Is of- was shown that the City' Council baa in fore Mayor Currie and six jurors were
sixty-seven miles Sanders to M. E..Gruber wd lot 20, 21, on next Sunday is "Soul I
approximating subject-lesson
yr fered by city In the country, it seems 122 no Instance In the past several years selected from a special venire. The tn.il ,
'Also to establish, maintain and oper- any 23 and 14. hlk 117, con $i, etc. and Body." The text: "And the Lord
that it is now up to the City Council and i complied with the ordinances in regardto occupied all the afternoon, and the little
ate telephone system with all neces- shall guide thee continually and satisfy
the people of West Palm Beach to take When you buy bread, why not have issuing; building permits, the ordinance council chamber was crowded with curious .- '
appliances, in the city of West Palm I thy soul in drought and make fat thy
sary some action the beat? The splendid reputation providing for the approval by the spectators. Attorney C. C. Chilling-
f Beach and also in the city of Miami, bones, and thou shall be like a watered '
also Of course, if the service now being Majewski's bread is making for itself Council of any building permit and worth conducted the defense, while City} !
all intervening points, and and like of water.wbose
and at garden a
; extend the said telephone line In any given by the company, which at'present is due to the care taken in baking. It waters fall not."Isaiah 58:11. All I making It incumbent upon that body to Attorney II. B. Saunders represented the

to abovementioned has a few wires "here and there," Is givIng Is always the best; Its quality can not are cordially Invited \o come to these notify the Mayor, who shall approve and city. At 5:30 the case was given to tha d
of the
y y direction cities from to either the county line, the total I satisfaction, Ifis unnecessary to agitate be excelled. Try It. services. sign the permit. < jury, which was charged' by HIt!. Honor, 1j

'i length of telephone not to exceed ego the coming in of a new company, ______ _____._______u___ _______ -- The discussion brought out the fact i I the Mayor. Soon after retiring th-s jury '

contained wholly with but, as the matter now stands the cityis that many buildings have been erected .,returned with a verdict of "not guilty"
miles and to of Dade. absolutely without a telephone system Delray Will Celebrate In the fire limits within the last few I I There Is still much discussion 'urx.it.
in the county '
"The amount of the capital stock shall and the question naturally arises: years which in no manner comply with the streets this morning over the affair,

be $2gaxr divided into 5o shares of the Do we'want a telephone, system? Next Friday Night I I lie requirements of the ordinances some thinking that the building is still

value of Iso each. The; full amount -- --- --- -- -- The Council continued to discuss the illegal and that the city bas a right to

par Notice U. D. C. and the more they discussed it pull it down, while others seem Inclined
of the capital stock shall be paid in cash .. .. -- problem
in and services, the value of Tile regular monthly literary meeting I the further they got: from a solution. I to criticise the Mayor and Council for ,
or property ; The Planters' Packing and Preserving that when the "steam is turned on," Finally\ Alderman Grier moved that their dereliction of duty in not enforcing
estimated and allowedby
which shall be of the Fannie Haralson Gordon Chapter
01( issued Invite there will he people from the curbstone permit of Mr. Schrebnick I the ordinances ,
the directors at'their first regular U- D. C., will he held at the real Company Delray have May 19 many

meeting; but the said corporation may dence of Mrs. R. E. Crutchfield next tions as follows: the Cottage City present to witness the be accepted. The motion died without I i 'well-known attorney stated to The
Tropical Sun this morning that, in case
commence business when to per cent. Monday afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock: A "With, we believe, pardonable pride prosperity of their neighbors. a second. I at any time fire should originate In the
Saunders called
y of the capital stockvsh have been sub full attendance Is desired. In Its achievements, The planters' PackIng Refreshments will be served from 7 to Attorney was upon buildings in question and destroy adjacent
and he -
scribed and paid in. \MRS.\. F. B. EVKB.STT, Fres. for an opinion; unhesitatingly
and Preserving'Company takes this 9 p. m. by the Ladies' Improvement As termed the action of Mr. Schrebnick in I property, the owners of such prop,
"Of the capital atocic: Harry McGown MRS j! R. ANTHONY, Sec. pro tem.
shall have five shares, H. B. Yarborough ----- method of announcing to its friends that sociation. Thore.,1\1\ be dancing and a proceeding to build without first securing arty would have a strong case againstthe

shares and U. II. Sands five The Lake Worth Pioneers' Association its canutng department'will' ready for royal good time is in prospect. a permit as an infraction upon the city for damages./: However tt is

490 The charter further provide.IIhare..1. will hold a special called.meeting at the business on, SaturdayMay: :20, and your- i There will be' speeches by Messrs. J. ordinance., "as much an infraction," believed thai in a few day all i excite-

,,' officers of the corporation and the election city council room in West Palm Beach, self and family are cordially Invited to S. Sundy.J. B. Rice, H. E. Morgan, E. : said the attorney, "as will perhaps ever meut will\ have subsided and the matter

of the same, the directors and other next Monday May 15.,, at 3 p. tu. Special ; attend fhe starting of the factory at ten : O. Painter ,Wm, M, ,Brown, Geo. L. come before this board." "If this Coun- dropped.The .

officers to be elected at the head office of '' business to come}up and all'pioneersare o'clock p. m. Friday,' May 19th. Bra'olnand' / others. cU wants to stop this kicking that Is steamship Miami left last

the company"ta West Palm Beech at' the requested to be present I L. G Lyman, The entire people of the county are going on among(; the property owners of for Key We..t. This Is the,Miami's night last

annual meeting to be held on the second J. S Suudy, interested in this enterprise as one the city," continued Mr. Saunders, "it 7r
of each year. A full supply of pineapple wraps ,and F. E. Fenno,. which will be of untold benefit to the must enforce the law and stop trying to trip this season. Upon arriving at Key
Tuesday of June West she''will go on the Port
the Inter-Urban crate,also crate material just 'received. Committee" fruit and vegetable growers. Thousandsand evade the same." Tampa
It is learned that [ Weat.IIavana line '' .
Key and 'the
baa all plans for com"l Calf and get our prices before>yon make Doubtless many citizens of West Palm thousands of crates of: fruits ,and Alderman Potter thought Mr. Schreb- Martinique f'
perfected will take her
pany 'of their system, and that as your purchase. East Coast Lumber and. Beach will' respond to tbe Invitation and vegetables go to waste for one reason and nlck'had taken advantage of the kindly this place on the run'bet."eea ,
stallment city and We.
Key t Mi
as the charter granted j 'by the Supply Company. ''ti. io-4t take advantage; of the opportunity to see another The establishment of a csn- disposition the four, Aldermen, who ami News;'Thursday'

'i soon will\ k rushed forward. y what the enterprising people of'out lit nlng factory a l Delray makes It possibleto last October, gave him temporary permission ''r

State operations 'i r School desk and take emppfls.sand tee sister city'are doing The people of turn this annual waste Into a ,productnot to make certain alterations.'and
possible. :; : ,.I" '
rapidly as ? blank books. M Idnert. "
81 In' lactthelreater' portion of the poles 1 "" '" i Delray are certainly to btt congratulated, i perishable and) which always finds a f while' he felt disposed not to be harsh While business Is'slack.'trvfa little advertising s

Il a for tbe, _aer..lc,'between,, this city and LOwDe,'. chocolate at fII111.,'.. upon F their enterprise.and, It ishoped. good market.. ... ". .. ', with' him, he thought that the City and see U It will be different,



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} "''sweatshop"and child labor systems! Section 3 of article 7 of the constitution II'I I '
Il\j\: ; of the state of Florida is amended These :
I'' J, in vogue in many of the large cities.bile ", THESIRKIN EveryI is-CMjfto K : Our: "ftore! Days& toSee,,
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\ : ; PMsesr P.. o. Dado Ctiunty: Florida. to read a. follows: "The legislature:
}" tr ; II'' _. __ ._._____..__ ft publicists the ,
; == are decrying evil
--- -- --- shall meet iq the year 1907,01- nay legislature -

1,. (I i'' ,.: thereafter, the
<< ; l\\', PnbR.hedveryWadnsadayandSaturday of adulterations that lead to tbe may apportion ;
I I' AT WKST fltA'.AOM" ,DADa OOUNTY. PLOItlOA representation the senate, provided CO
\\'i 1"" -.-- slaughter; of Innocent children!: let that DO county,shall have m ire than one Ty E' a

"''J. I"k' ; SUBSCRIPTION PRICK 2.0Q PER: YEAR them also turn their attention to senator, and at the same time shall ap \r ,, I.

r Ii',! I'' 'Yit: v-- ,"'"""" these other-and equally great- evils portion the representa'ion. in 'th- houseof ORES9EKS '11' MEN t 1

k 'i( I' :' Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y,,t that are not only slaughtering! \ representatives' among the several I/t: ;
counties nearly as possible! accordingto
,I I I )I' il h CHAS. Hi KENDALL Manag. sands of children every;year, but are population, the whole numbers\ of the Have Your Feet .." '

I- I S ',,4 9j ;fir,, Boteied .t th. Poatufficc of Went P..... Beac* blasting; the lives of thousands omen house of representatives not lo\ be at anytime Ever Been Tickled P .. I. .\ ,\
f' .. aecond-claja matter.. less than seventy-five\ nor nine <"I
women and r
adding daily to :
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fi 1, than hundred provided that each will them i
---------------- one They WILL be if pou put :
f'o ";' The bill prohibiting: Sunday baseball the gruuu social l problems that must county shall always nave one represen in one of OUR shoes, 'I .. -4t
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be settled if t this republic is to en tative. The legislature\; shall not apportion .
f. ) : has passed the House by a. vote the representation\ in- the !senate q
dure. and the house of representatives oftener Which we have just
:, ,t, '" i J"" S of 45 to 9. About twenty amendments than once In ten years.A :; "
,J ; .to the bill were offered, but all 1 One ot the most worthy efforts ever --Solemn--,'-D.ne--.. received' from the \, f f'Ynrt
'l\i r
were defeated. put forth by; Florida's great morning They have a singular kind of dance :

:1\ : Y' paper the Times-Union, was the issue. conducted on the greens of country villages W. L. DOUGLAS ,.'. ;, ,
really the
_ : 1 ; in Russia.! The dancers stand :; bokq mid, I old'folk are finding/ out thooo days what a range e
: "Tbe Charity Edition" of the Jackaonville of last. called lit, K I ,if. liifiulentiilly\ they are finding out that our Mora' I I" about aiitlufnoUiry
"The Women'
: Sunday? !: apart, a knot of young men hure, a uwlliiicpliu V; u*one could wWb for, ,
:' :'t' :Metropolis, last Saturday,,I Memorial) Edition." The edition contained knot of maidens there, each sex by it- SHOE CO. The TEN REASONS WHY Contest io rrcatlntf all kinds, of Jnlfli-wt Every little j
self and silent as a crowd of mute A should, 'try fur one of the prhos. /See! thoin In our window, and omne In for \partlculprs !
: 4'l 4'4'w fie in keeping with the enterprise o\\ a number of contributions piper: breaks Into a tune; a youth pulls I made Especially for, UB la the latest \ it son do not already. know them.HatehettDaCamara, "

\ 1.. 'I that progressive journal, and was I which will be preserved for many off his cap and challenges his girl with color and styles Hardware Go :

,1"1.i t' a wave and bow. If the girl Is willing, $3 to $5
the most creditable newspapereditions to valuable\ Frpm ,
: t i ; among years come as : Confederate she wares her handkerchief In token of ;

t\t\:. t I ever issued in Florida. history, and no publication in nssent. The youth advances, takes a Wholesale Retailers of Hardware "
corner? of the handkerchief In his hand Or in one of our '.
Palm Beach FloridaIIUllKHARDT'S
l w'' recent years has furnished quite as and leads his lassie round and round. West
\\ft J session of the Legislature !
'jfl The present much important data concerning the No word is spoken and no laugh Is UEEN If- ... -,- ....- -- -
f "3 f 1 is evidently not Inclined to bur heard. Stiff with and rich .
cords with U AhITYYPerfect
:"t days,of the Confederacy us this, edi
t i den the State with a superfluity of I braids, the girl moves heavily by herself > -t, 5
:,\;, tion. Tbe object of the special Dumber going round and round and never
!1''I "ortbla8slllws, says the GainesvilleSun. : Rest
.))1 ,' : was to assist in the work thetbee allowing her partner to touch her band which fits the foot as a Paris-made I-o<><>o-o<>oooOOQ '
'4 bills
a In the first four weeks 182 The pipe goes droning on for hours in '
: been started to erect.'a' tribute froman the same sad key and measure, and '' felove fits the hand. Q' : I
JI in the Senate 62 less Wmr Palm Beach. April SO, 10OS
::'yt ; were presented admiring and loyal people to tbe the prize of merit In this "circling," as Boots $3 and $3 50Odords

x than in 1903 'for the same period. the dance Is called, Is given by spectators 13-50 and $3 .
J i t noble women of the South, than to the lassie who la all that summer PLEASE iTAKE NOTE.

_ :? which no cause could be worthier. revelry bas never spoken and never '
''t r It is no 'wonder newspaper THESIRKIN chest from China of the finest
smiled.A We have received direct an original ,
zf, editors sometimes commit suicide ,

,, ,ltf'! i or suffer a stroke of paralysis. We According to the reportof the Rail Wld6Trt-r'. Snurvpilbilltr. CO. ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA
t .\\i ,
? ,\\ S'' heard of who wrote of road Commission, whir h was banded A widower Is a tAme animal and This pnrticnlar Tea is of the choicest selection for the most fas-
I 'Ij! '" have just one stands without tying. No woman can Jefferson Block '
: tideous lover of tea, of extra fine leaf, grown in NINO-
in to the House of Representatives' scare him. He Is overconfident and
who strain at a gnat
fl ,( guides )last week that Is his great weakness.! lIe has West Palm Beach, Florida CHOW and MANKIANG Its flavor and fragrance suit the

!1 j;, and swallow a camel," and had the it rather pays the lawyers been through It all and Is not to be choicest purchaser. '

it"' it in as ot the State to "stand in," says theO caught a second time. He feels Impervious f
_ \ ; pleasure of reading print It is not the cheapest tea you con purchase but its quality is of
to the approaches of in -
i whostrain at a quart and swallow d8den County Times. From 18U9: any form or guise. The widow finds the very dearest and purchasing in the manner!: and from the' .

t V1; i i ft J, camel" to date the perpetual City Attorneyof him really a rather knotty problem. He S. H. RICHMOND, Agent source that'we did,, we are enabled!: to }place it before you for'
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1 p ((1)\),\,. & Jacksonville, J. M. Burrs,has been presents difficulties that are wholly absent Perrine Grant Land Company. OO GENTStA! POUND
One of the most creditable publications in a man who has never felt the
I ,!" I''o that has ever been issued' in paid something over $6,000 for legal matrimonial halter draw. He looks upon REAL ESTATE. instead of being obliged to charge' a dollarwhich is its real value.

''o i services; Judge B. S.: Lidden $1,600, the widow with amused indiffer ..
( i Florida was tbe special edition of the ence. But a young and attractive woman CUTLER FLORIDA
: t J. E. Wolfe $1,236, and A. W. Cock-
I who bas been married .
i"f Messrs. neth'rl never quickly
Lakeland' News and !: .Finest
IS Groceries
\ \ I rell $571. From this one would be. arouses his sympathies lIe In nine L. w. BURKHARDT .
". .' ington &:l\Ic .f ullen are to be congratulated cases out of ten shows remarkable endurance .'t.b, If you want W tat tb.t.dJ.e 1

l i : ." I, the thoroughness with led to believe that tbe members the of her siege of his heart, and 41'...''' ,./, bta-tr.uim.ftir""".Ubor "" .;.I'.,"h....,, C3flt will pay you to purchase; our Coupon[Books.

,, upon Commission do not know' it all whenIt we all know -that It is bat a step' from ,S:'\ ."J your ground.. ... ,., ,:
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can't HbM .If
which theyhave portrayed endurance to pity and thence to em- I ..P'
A "I comes to a law problem.The h.- to pl.ntsoymint: but a L:
1: ,l of Polk county nnd the city of Lake- braces. His doom la quickly sealed.-

s Washington Post. .... -
land in particular. Tropical Sun Is always on sale FERRY r11111i11114411111111i111111111111111 ....-

t ,.. at Idner &; Bon's. The Simple Uf Expensive. SEEDS ," " " ""r"r"r"r"r"r"r"'t"r"r"" " " "111G'
( J And, the life is
il 1 AprospectivedefleItof$35,000.000!: : : really simple frightfully -
May expensive. At a recent entertainment -th..uutd.rd.n.r' 49,...'
in the revenue receipts by the close _.. They .lwsys produce f '
t? S In this city a great luxury in the the largest and eurrstOrop. i Tie Rieqel plarmaey, i

,p i,'", S '"t of the fiscal year, has upset all the Line to Key WestThe serving Introduction of the of second country supper sausage was and the' them.Head.. All Our Annnnl dealer loon*". 1 .

:,. calculations of the Congressional: buckwheat cakes with But free on r quMt* -- -
maple sirup.
,, D.M.F.RRY at 00 == Clematis Ava. and Narcissus St == '
1' leaders respecting revenue legislation: ; Flagler interests have projected a the sausage came from the farm of the OBTROIT' MICH.be '
b't t { Y and line of improvements that will practi- boat and represented a small fortune == A foaming glass of soda would 'SS
at the next! session! of Congress, cally extend the East Coast Railway into as tbe pigs from which the piece de resistance I ::::: tame !good, now, wouldn't it? Well :::'-
that ==- come and gel: it. It is here watting =:. I
makes it almost imperative was made were blooded animals I
tbe heart of Cuba
says a Jacksonville == D/ for you all the time. Is there any Z2
l something be done to provide tbe dispatch in the Savannah News of yes with pedigrees. The buckwheatwas : ..........................1 == y'ic kind you dote on ? It Is here. And US '
terday. grown In special fields which cost \ .:;::: i!, there aregnlte a number of new =:.
y Government with money. ever so much a foot, and the maple sIr- ::=: flavors and combination*that are fit Z3::: ,
.-.-. The building of the extension from taken from trees In the most i palms,, | : '
t, --- up ::: ". for angels. Yon know, of course, HZ"
Miami to Key West means more than is expensive Adirondack preserve. And 2 2A 5.: { how we serve our soda ; in Rood, =5.:
I New :
', r. The Madison Enterprise says apparent on the surface. Beside the thus can thousands of dollars be spent! Now Ocn. : .::-5-: III 1 generous (jUsces. Plenty of flavor- .-::;.

N'1 ;: j'' "The Railroad Commission! has fully railroad to connect the present southern on the simple life while truffles, pate, == '5. fig and nod a. Not any more froth ::"j* ,
of :::::::: than we can b",)Jp. Carne today. =3>
terminus of the terrapin and such other rarebits n
t'H' i1 C citizen oft East Coast wit Key>: : :
proven its value to one largo/ homo-like Hotel, w 1lip\ == ef Come every day. ==
former lire left for the tables
West it is generation Ii
F authoritatively stated that a pointed and bvantlfully located, glvInn == -
i, Florida, at least. Murdock Barrs! pipe line to provide water supply for of the middle-classes with moder- : tho coiufortH without the cost til T r Headquarters for ZS

x, i t the Jacksonville City Attorney, has Key West is to be built from Miami, a ate means.-Town and Country. .p the more expensive ones. Bltimtml on. sLake a- -- -!}"""' ,,' PULASKI CREAM ;3
Worth opposite the Royal *
i i been a beneficiary!: of that institution distance of 120 miles, drawing its water Picture In Dlivnlae. : PuJuclanaKotet, white waitresses J JUIJUII" ..Lj1!!IJl!! lJNl11alIJl1111,. !!. !! !! luauiiauiiiUiiuiiiiiJii.iiKI !! !!! !!! -
supply from a aeries of bin wells to be Electric hells. doort flxtiluir, blHntlniJt, .
the extent :Many have beefi the vicissitudes
in the past four years! to bored at Miami The qnd strange .-I and boating nato: ':" .,",lIod fS'.Oo" -- _. .- _. .
present water of some of theVorM's greatest --- ---- -- ----- --- ----- ---- -- -- -- ---

u of about $6,000 in fees as special supply of Key West is from cisterns, pictures, and a fine painting which : por day Special rate by: the week JI"be o o..o..opopo"Op.c"Op.o..or.or.o, .o o o it0i101S0i10A010110I00 0o

'y counsel in certain!: cases." artesian wells being impracticable. now graces Lord Leigh's residence In I : palma | -
9' ht 'In connection with the East Const extension Warwickshire has an Interesting his- I 0

t 1 Ine bill providing for the division\ a big steamship ferry will carry tory. This remarkable picture, which j West Palm Beach Florida .. I I", G. G. Strohm Company !
for consisted of
t Cars from tbe wharves in Key West and some years a painting :.................... ...: o,
?; j4 of Brevnnl county and creating the at Havana across the strait. This will of flowers, was ,pronounced! by an art I
dealer: to be merely n mask for some
county of St.Lucie, passed the House enable cars to be loaded in Cuba and I
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other and his
i: s s picture, on receiving per FaMILY GROCERIES J
forwarded direct
r 4I r this week. Several amendments!: without unloading to mission he gradually cleaned! oil' the
Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and flowers illRcoverhig underneath o
1'h,6 offered but the hill passed in its entirety L. A. WILSON J
the West, and will afford a means for flue portrait of Cliujrles I., by Vandyke. Vo

i bu t : and will\ be certlfled) to the Senate direct and unbroken shipments to CubaA It Is supposed' that the portrait was JIANUFACTUItK OK i ; Fancy Food Products '

powerful ferry steamer is be thus dlumiised: In order to save It from 'oIT '
?rr where It is now believed that it to built, il
carrying practically a whole train destruction by the rconndhonds at the Boots and Shoes a o
; 4' will find little opposition. If the bill time of the commonwealth. ? Grain and :Provisions.JEFFERSON
the strait a distance of about ninety ITo,
becomes a law Fort Pierce will be the miles. Repairing in All kinds of, Lea'.hr.
Where \Ve Am ou
'' i county seat of tbe new cuunty. With the completion of these enterprises time-lean. Goods Neatly Done 5.' '
We are most partlculnr about cleanliness BLOCK .
and the building of the proposedFlagler '.' '\'.,t ,. ,, ,:]
-------- in our house*-many servants! 0 :
hotels at Key West and Havana Indian Tanned BicMia It 05 'J
must keep them swept and garnish for .
Rumor bus it that there will be a the Flagler interests will have practically us-anil about cleanliness In' our food .. West Palm Beach, Florida, '

4 f i deficiency in the State treasury, s"ys! the control of the entire East Coastof eating only of first cla'sa materials, and HorseMfle e Shoes 'I'N 0 J

t' the Luke City Index, caused by the Florida, and a firm grip on the freight daintily prepared. But with all this MeteorvokortotAOSsoisoko7eprs0tout Noisoito7vo7so7soltoita3 oiaolsbyo .
transportation business between this. delicacy of habit tbe most greasy say :FOR TENDER FEET
fff "business" administration, reducing and Cuba.It age Is seraph clean compared to us In
lit country Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio
the matter of air. lIe 1
mill during the last breathes pure
1 taxation to a / understood that\ experimentshave '
I air rich in oxygen. We get togetherIn
campaign.! The result is that the shown that sugar cane can be successfully vast herds, defile the air with allmanuer r : Printing THE TROPICAL SUN

? t and rauinienance the Insane grown on the East Coast southof of disagreeable and rovoltIna- '
Working and
J i pensions Miami fur the manufacture of Night Day. Job Department :
kl sugar.The mattEIInelu ln disease germs, and .. '
asylum will\ have to be provided: development of the sugar industry then contentedly breathe It.-Charlotte The busiest: and mightiest little thing ,

r' for out of the money arUing. from the will, if successful, provide A great resource Perkins Gilman in Good Housekeep that ever was made-.Dr. King's New -
for that part of Florida. ing. UfeJ pms. These pills\ change weakness CITY MEAT i
I convicts. This mean!: MARKET
biro of State: I Inter strength listlessness Into \

that durinjrthe uext year or two the I Doctors and C..llb..7' energy, brain-fag Into mantal power.They're Florida earl. Western Meats Poultry, fame and Eggs. .
Senator Hudson'sNew There was once a time when doctors wonderful.
d 3 t' fine and forfeiture funds of tbe conn- were doomed to celibacy. It was at the Jri building up the Mail Orders Receive Cartful Attention. ,]
health. Only J5c per bpx. Sold by all
conclusion of the mediaeval period, '
tieswiilgetnofundefroLathiseoureelt Measure druggists. ; Jeffer&on Block
- 4' 1 k when medicine was In tbe hands-of the WEST PALM BEACH 1
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/ monks In France the bablt of celibacy i ii 1
The National Association of Slate persisted long after tbe of ---- -.-, -- .
practice --
Tallahassee, May ia./-Senator Hudson T ----- -.-,-
and Dairy Fobd Departments!: has I IJ representation Dade and Brevard medicine bad passed into lay hands. wluli to r"\nxl"r"on within one !
For two or three centuries the doctors hundred mllea Bssohthat I
counties has Introduced a Joint resolution .mi,hoi-e to repair. wutnliOhehHik, ALE
adulterated r your ) FOR :1"
ffis I sounded: a warrant against proposing an amendment section protested], but in vain. The matter Was" Jewelry-tolit. .njeu with' specials or ., ::
"and declares that finally laid before tbe pope and toward I Mill you nnjtlilnir yon .
r "baby I 3 of art. 7 of the constitution of Florida, may want In my boa I am not. "winter I
tbe end of the fifteenth century the visitor," but a punnnnant resident a Bra,
last year 445,000 infants died fromcauses relative to the apportionment of the TOW was abolished. I port owner in l>Ml>Jo.: .,And! iwrfvatly. reponiiibla ,One Mule at "1150.00 '

I t primarily due to the adulteration Senate and hou.oe of representatives as to transact for with any mft bualneee l Watchra you, and may jewelry hove One Male at, $7:1.QO:

I, f ,follows: Two Point of Vi...... .In need of repairing may 'bttMonc: :by: regUtor: ray ,Apply to
Thisfoadreadfullndictment d mall otexprea* 1 will exnmine'ald
j, of food. 'Be it resolved by the legislature qf "I think," said an exasperated old port cost hy vtiturn.iiiatl--tltli4i pvloe IH hit ALLACE R. MOSES,
any manoreet'of deacon he elevated himself ,,ntl!.f ctory, you can order. the gaols''' re <.
t!; to draw against; the state of Florida, that the following as slowly turuod.wtthonsehsrge."Ihsvakad. twenty Agent Woodlawn Cemetery. 0" "

and immediate action amendment to the constitution of the from' the pavement to a perpendicular, yeitn .,x'.erienc.'withwmofthabest, ",
men, liuuaea In Hnwr York and Biiltimiirw'
"tbd full man who throws -rlxy
Y But state of Florida be and the same is here grown an _ra bead Watohmnkenand. Upttomnfor\ Kodo! /
to punish them. peel on the sidewalk is p Dyspepsia Cure ;
should be taken orange : noChrl8t1an. Urvenleaf A Co JacktHtnvilIe.'
by agreed to, and shall,be submitted\ to ." !Then: fare:;'hll nutUilent: : .*..n.V. :
r "Well. saWa bystander! ,
there is another fruitful source of dis- tbe electors of the state at tbe general: anus that. I "nFoul"nll m..: bll.l......,. andtiafactlon .. Dloeste what you eat.
r+ ."what do you think of an orange peel J guarantee. t tn ersrvcn.e.L' !. ::
*ease !and death among children, and election to be held in Nov'cmber'r906, that throw a full grown man on the A. WALKER L'XPERT'WATCIIf1AKER AND OPTICIAN DeWltt's n.'Uf' Salve :.iJ,,

fk the Iniquitous for' ratification or rejection." sidewalk i Jefferson Block West Palm
be found in Beach
is to
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'; 'tjltf. 'TROPICAL SUN; WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA) SATURDAY, {MAY 18, 1905 tiAa1: Tttttfifc

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STRIKERS PBOTESTAGAINST "Remento. a You fill Get, Your I Money Bad, If Not Pleased." ,

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ThsyAddreas:: : ''An Appeal To H. -J. Burkhardt Company R IBB.Trv J 1 ,' ": ... '

yF; ,' President.. Roosevelt.'it : ... ry'1Liberty ',. "
t t1
1j 1jr EMPLOYAtAS'' BROKE : Jt..tlIl11'kho..III. I'r' i4lilonliII. J;). A.. Burkhardt.See 'otsry .:/1 '
Ao.FUtr.MIt, E. Uurklmnlt Vliw}'....""Iollt H. Jllurklmrdt. JiTroimnrwrolesale ) ,

1'. All Contract, They Clam( Had .%h4 '. : '
Arbitration Claute Which 'Wa* 'pr.( / I 1eai1ef'.Rverythn \ .
\t{}#' regarded Ity Employer*"'-Nesriarb, ', .; *'. ] : '. <\\"J.I'; "

.: pounce Union. I / ; '1'\" ,
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Chicago : HonorttbU : : "
', May 10 -"To the 4
.. .
Theodore Roosevelt '
President the
-of- .: .
UnIted ''States of 'America( l -Honorable, > *'

..k, Sir: This\ 'labor difficulty began '8,8lockout. ?
''' a So .Ihere 'been Taffeta
1' far as hae Ribbon
any striking done,.'It has been k strike :

arbitration. The unions are com. Svortli Havin :

milled both Upon principle; and upon [ ,
specific xvilract, i with ''the employer .. .
y;, tor arbitration. All Colors .
"Thea contracts gi'ew' 'out of the da. ,.

q" sl.1'Eot\ the unlona to protect the public \ '.' .\. /

'' ,. .,..peace and welfare by providing" to < '"

BubtuitstL' dispute or -differences ol .. I 't"l"1",1,"I'W.dth',
opinion, to the umplraga. an..lmpar If have the CASH will sell ,." ,.;,
you' we you 'r'I .
f tial I third party, ..and accepting 'the ; .,
d&cIBlon-rlght \\'I'908'-M binding *
r upon both' parties. Such a course 4s All Prices.: rM

a guarantee of 'the preservation. "/'o'f r, anything you; want cheaper than any r'

fli ;4f 4,,;+ law and order. All that the >unlonaK 1I : : '

'' for or ;desire 'Ju this, controversy .

r 1; 'r la. .that an, arbitration' shall be granted .: 'othexbstore' t firm or individual r'd

84 ''specifically: agreed "to In .the ontracU It' '

r; f Involved.' All that Is ,desired d

that the' public officials! nhill.Joln with ;T RY usA .
the labor bodies. in' demanding 'that ; t

lawlesaneus' shall not be allowed to ibe "' .' ,"; *> BRJtNNING. BR\O.S.: \ :
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used in forcing contracts lo'be brblte'n! J. >

,, and that violence shall not t>e allowed J .,
' to prevent differences of opinion, to .' y.I. ,.1 '
be by1 the quiet orderly methods I '
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1 t e' "I V i..v rh*l 1
arbitration. Do not let'diatnnca l l deter you from sending ns an order. Remember; t
'Peace and Order Today. Wti t > ,i . '
+ PrOll\aea'of! peace! end ordei'for'to- our storeIM'" / near to you ta: "your nearest letter box, and ac; all tlmca wo:

day'', ''ib'e president's day, were ma'Ie''by!'( '.. I .r' ,. i
', _'both Idea In'the teamsters'. strike decided;' TheEolployere' I, will lee! plonwtl to wn -wer any' inquiry as to ponds; not quoted in this. list. I'.
Teaming company \ "'

'::".' erations to reduce for.ite' today.teaming and The 1I.1IvuY.Gpo'teamsters' IOII,mali mall oiltiPe fiiisiaesa i is growing."> "j We would like to have you .

'; 'joint counsel .a voted against a gen- ... CARDS. '
'ierai'strfke'and ( d'tbatAo"rur'- onour list of entlnflefl I patrons. Remember You will get your money

movements a ", .,. LAW ,
,:, ther gympathttto abould- "I. 't-d

made, except tn- dues of'' teamsters ordered .!, c'k il'dot lPaacd. ,I .. ..,OJ.. I rG.. CHILLINOWOKTU ,
to 'make deliveries 16"boycotted ,
"I r
'"houses'' In 'which'' ''erent'hidY'vMlulls'' I <' ,. I ATTORNEY AND CUUNSELLOR ,

'frhoukl walk out. .A:ta/tementt of the 'brand > I West Palm Beach. Fla.!
,Upto Tea, any 50 to 60 cents a pound
: situation was prepared to be presented \
-trrkfs'' Mochft' Coffee in 25c )lb. bulk 20c Bib nto.: o. ouuuic
to President! Bbosevelfbr atidJJava: I cans, a ,

committee which :desisted "at. 1hr.( \ alb. and Counsellor-at-Law Old fashioned ideas gradually give place to the new. Menusedto
: No:14 Rio Coffee,. 15 eta 2 )bs for 25 cts Attorney : ,
quegyfrom meetlqhlm.4n'the, way to .' WEST PALM BBACH. FLORIDA carry great bags of money around with tbem to pay their .bills,
Chicago. The labor Representative A Good Tea black mixed 25 eta Ib
Strong green/: or a
i and smart thieves frequently relieved them of their cash. Todaythe
planned to Inform the president of 1.t legal TT P. UltANNINQ
proceeding which, have'towen taken Royal Baking Powder f I.1 '40 eta 0. lb.," Ib 20 Ctll wise business man deposits his money In an institution 'like
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... Attorney and CounsellotLaw.omce The Dade State West Palm Florida.. He
", tJy> the employer and make prop Good Luck'Baking Powder) i Vi"' 'Scans 25 cts County Bank Beach
;osltloll' that the '"President tact;: as an ') ( over Bank. pays by check and avoids the risk of theft. Are-you still sticking;

"arbitrator of the differences, choosing 14 Ibs Sugar; ;)1.00 WEST PALM BEACH FLA to the old way ?

a* associates one man from the'labor )''II "
Oat Meal three 2-lb packages 25o Q.EU. M. BOBBINS,
ranks and one from the employers.The ---
employer. say they will not officially Rice r f-- ; / 5c a lb., 25 Ibs $1.00 Attorney and Counselor-at-Latv

approach the president Will p..ctlO.ID SUM and Federal Courti Louisville &] Nashville
White Beans lOc quart
"We have no intention, of bothering TITUSVIttB. Get Laneto

President Roosevelt with 'Out troubles Pure Glycerine Soap .' 5 cents FYailro.d: :
," Bald Attorney Levy Mayer, counsel "' WaI. op ,your
; Irish Potatoes, 30c peck
for the Employer 'atsuoclatlon today ATTOKHkY-AT-LAW. The following

CIt Is likely however he added Cabbage "> '' 2ca IbArmour's NOTARY PUBLIC.U. Gas Engine
y, ..that.the employers' side will\ get thepretJldent' ; S. COMMISSIONERWin Low Round-Trip Rates
( praotloe County Btala aod teneratonrla.
Brent fustBacon ICc Ib
ear for a quiet discussion ? Repairing
M situation time during''' his LAND CASKS A SPKCIAI.Y.OIBeeID from .Tackxonvllle to rariou point Worth
of the some
Star HAm : 16c a Ib THOPIO Bun Block and West will be In effect on dates.hown.Proportloately .
.f stay here." ,I { low rate from other pointH.
'' West Palm Boach. Dade County Florida -- ---
I Strike leaders declared that no or White Bacon J: (1',. Y 12",.aiilea lie ''Loule.IIIHi! K.....Ita t $1(1.40 account Dnttett
ders had been Issued to the strikersto J. LEWIb.S Confederate Veterans Kvunlon. June Si-la
V rv Best Block Butter ;" 5., 35e a Ib InclUHlve, with final limit July 10.
refrain from violence today beyond I' E. M. BRELSFOED
ATTORNEY AT-LAW Portland Oregon. Rate fM5.SIV'' Recount

instructions )previously; given out''dur Pure, Extracts, I lemon, vanilla, strawberry ', # #'' ,?, r.. '3 for 25c and NOTARY PUBLIC. curtain Loins and dated Clark May Cnntenulal:ua to Hept. Fair, Ita. ,ticket with' past Hold
log the strike, but It was current gos- I 'f, ',' t \'J JI alp that secret commands had been Table Peaches ''* :-, 10,,',15,:and 23o a can .Baltimore. ,. Md. Han Francisco and Loa..\nllee.. Rat 'S2.1>Ottoke'n
t. Office at ol Clematl Avenue and Narclaau cold certain datm 19 14IncluxlvOf
; \ i corner PALM BBACH. FLA. April to AUK.'
gassed along the line ordering all Pure Tar Soap ? V [ '"' 5 cents Street, over Pot tor'* bicycle tore, final return limit 00 days from date
.. of vale, not exceed Nov.
tE teamsters to remain absolutely quiet ,\ 141001.: WEST PALM BEACH. A'ctary Public. Colleges t to Ren to 80.
and not to attempt the slightest Interference Pet Cream ,3 for 25c., case of 4 dozen f 3.80 Denver, Colorado Epwortb Kate' Len(43.05' u. ,GunveoUunticket. aunt International

today with the team of theemployers' MEDICAL AND SURGICAL once Soncrf Polnolana Hotel old June 29 to July SO lacUmlve,finalreturn
Dime Milk \ 8 for 25c., ? 3.75 limit AUK H.
;il teaming company. TT C. 11OOU, M. D, Buffalo N. Y., Katefaj.SO,account Annual ;
\ Dried Chipped Beef 2 for lOc a Grand Lodge B. P. O. K.1I1tloJg
July H to 1O Inclusive,with anal
President Arrive.'> In Chicago. PHV8ICHH AND BURGEON
S' ', Chicago. May 10.-President Roose Potted Ham' : ', : ,6 for 25c Office over Potter'. bicycle .tore, WEST ternatlonal Toronto Canada KpwortU Rate Leacue.tfin.UO.'acconn Convention' ,*

J velt's train at the Ohlca-go and North- PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal tloknta old June 10 to.au Inuluulvo, final return
Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce Polnclana Hotel, PALM BEACH. 13-1 ; lira It Anut 25. '
I western railroad depot KInzle and .' Naehv111e.'Tenn' Rat t16.211.aooonnt Pea
'\' Wells streets, a few minute after Baker's Chocolate '....; ': ;.y), ,'. 20c'' a blockUuyler'a T> B. PO TTEIt. M. D., body CollPKO: HummerSubool, VawlerblltKlbllcal I
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% Institute ticket Hold certain date June
'aA noon was met by Graeme Stewart and /. 11 July 4., final limit Sept. 80.
Chocolate' 20c a block 8-9 a-93 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
) ': : t ether members of the reception com ." Knunvllleieno. Kate$15.85aeoonntaum-
mer School of the youth, ticket old certain
;:d mittee. President Roosevelt and party Cocoa 20c DENTALD 0IMPROVED .
",' I, \ I a can date June 18 to July 15 lool."tyo.llnal return
r immediately started for the auditorium r'. limit Sept. 80.
Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and all aches and pains. It is U. MAOV Bristol, TenD.,RateU6.811 aeaonlAanuat C
or annex. Brethren
lLa Meeting Uerman ticket
, ". wonderful In results 25 and 50c bottles .'. DENTIST Mold May au to 81 Inclusive,final return Built
June UO. ciiFor
., : '. Negroes Hold Indignation Meeting. 10 Good fi-cent Cigars for 25 cents Office In Jefferson Block roUlofo..matioo. schedule.and rates to y
.If Chicago, May .-More than 'one t WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDATTB. any point North or Went call on or write
r 1'r thousand negroes have assembled at 6 packages: Cheroots 25 cents o co. K: HERR1NO. Fla, Fa**. goot. II
J. E. LIDDY 06 WestJUay Bt.,J IIck.ou..II..(*,Florida ,
r. '\ the Bethel African Methodlat churn kINCfltCti'rCoVETSEVENMHJUDICIAL
Mlzlure' fr "'
I'' 6 Duke's ) -. 25 cents
'' and adopted resolutions protestingagain t '1" ,' DentistOfflca '

,,:,. the action of the department 6leoaatloo.:! 4 25: cents First d"l'r..o.'' of Dada County State METHODSare I Clrcll',Dade County Flortdau: Jnchancery.

tore drivers, which the resolution aseerts : Bank adopted by ns as soon as their Margaret Arnold Uroom )
circulated "A slanderous letter 3 Seal of North Carolina 25cents WEST PALM BEACH, "LORDA Harrison' Thomson Groom )i Order''

against negro drivers declaring them value is firmly established.In To llarrlHnn '' >
6 Honest Loup Cut 25 cents You are b'On'l'd' to- 'appear and .
to be loafers'not wiling to work.! the of duties ab/ plead answer or demur.to the till of com. b
performance our !
.. This! charge was denounced as a 3 Lucky Strike 25 cents J. CAMPBELL styled xhihlted auilimt bouuetat ubnvu
? T.
;; t Undertakers and Embalmers all car ", at the court Miami
;, willful and malicious falsehood UsdeCounty. Florida' ,nu Monday Jane nth,
Pure Insert Powder if it does not murder the insects come and 'get;
who their Jam-Up-To-Mow A.De 1K)5. and It In ordered chit the order
t urged against men proved modern aids approved by science or be published The Tropical ann once each
value by risking their live to"obtain your money back. It is quoted 28o at wholesale, "'We'wfll WIll]) week for four consecutive week*.
: good taste are In use,' and we haveno Done and ordered at Miami tlorjda, thin
I work. The resolution also called on you one pound .for 25 cents ; in ton pound lots 21 cents tilth day of April A. D. ItlOfl"* -

the t.o "save hard working citizens I. hesitation in claiming that we can E.G. DEARBORX. .
3 cents
EdJjr' Bull Blueing B CKSMITBINGtHqRSE [Ct.Ct SealClerk; 4ircult Court.
a from that kind of protection I I give the best service at the most reasonable Ueo. O. Currle..Complainant' Mollcltor.

+L' which let the rioter go free sends. 28 lots ol Orange and Vegetable Land, in 5-acre tracts', situated at Cocoa- SHOEING, '' GENERAL cost. i Ap119.w5EaJthffoNEYANDThRb1

'.'' the victim( to the Jails and hospitals. nut Grove Florida, the most prosperous-', fruit and vegetable growing REPAIRING AND"PAINTING.
Lady assistant.J. .
section Oil Biscayne Bay "(1,000 a tract :
Good. "
Boycott ,
_4 Shanghai, May 10.-A large and Influential 26 lots t.f land, 100 feet front on Ocean ,and 100 feet on River x; 1320 feet B. McGINLEYPalms ," saefdnty "'..,-1.6.glwt.w I l lOnMfnuteCoulhCure

meeting of Chinese merchants I dep f 500 a lot --.-."""-.. ..,........._.., .......rt.--'!"' ...,

bald here today protested vlgorously These lots tire on the Ilillaboro river, trout on' both banks,and have a WAGONS' BUILT TO ORDER Corner. <

I against the proposed new Chi- mriffniBrent; Ocean front. They are 23 miles south of the Royal Polo I .
exclusion treaty recently: discus- Cleautl A.....W.. o road ''J Open day and night. .For COughs,Cold and Croup.
nae cups Hotel. If yon are looking for a safe Investment that 1'111Ield. .

;", ed in subject the United were States.sent to Telegram.Chinese offlcisU. on- five hundred per cent in a few years, now I is the time to snap up this .
rr Writs us for aoytbing'you want In\,.th 'real:'estAte line. We '
Yuan Sht Kal. viceroy of Chile bargain. ;

w; province and to Ohou Pus ,viceroy -oJNankln t can pat yon oft to a number of good; things 17 4i I DYSPEPSIA CURE':

*. and it was unanimously des "H. X; BTJRKHAKDT COMPANY "
'efd' 'd to (boycott American goodo.; until .' t DIGES"rS'WIIAT'YOU 'BXT
Drawer )D 'Palm Beach'Florida;' ,
1.r7 the terms proposed In the treaty are Will O, 'ne' .00 l ottIetalft.3H _.'h.Mel............e.IU hrfe....., ;.
mcrtinad. Merchants In the empire 'j0flr\V; not sell to dsslsr-.- 'i ,........e.tT AT T*a tacoaatoiv' aw

'.ri' vlrget' <4< operate la the move l I I We wlltpositltelv lalni yeti 25 cents on'erery; dollar; i spent'for.Orocerles, z. c. \raTT.V COMPANT.. CEICAWQUT.r .

;, meat.

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1'AQE>> FOUfc THE' TROPICAL. \ SUN, vriwt: i&LM'Bi' :A'111, FL.ORIDA.' SATURDAY, WAY 13 loos, : ?;.n\", .. ... "'

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: f: \ .:Not a Sick: Day Since. -''.\' Strictly Carmine. "u I.

'I' \',., 'A PAINFUL ."' was taken severely sick: with !'kidney I Most of the patent e(11'h'ae'te-.llm' Florida East Coast t :Railway
niala are probably genuine. The fallow
,, 1\.\' trouble. I tried all sorts of In.-di-I h
cines, none of which relieved me. One I log notice recently appeared in the> ,t\tcb.
ft day I saw en ad. of your Electric; Bitters IlIOn (Kao.) Globe: "/oe Tack a well I j

aud determined to try that. After taking known engineer,running on the Missouri Local Time Card No. 62.In Effect April 17, 1995t I .
Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately ;
,:i. a few doses I felt relieved and coon there ,\

: i1"J" I: after was entirely cured aa.l not been I appeared in a big one, with a picture, -S 4 *aunt&ou n- uD Down, ROHTO-BOUHD-MAD UP. ,(4z '
)" rick a day since. Neighbors of mine have and when iC wet ta thin office today we; I' ,

J".I ( been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia, asked him about it. UjflIl1ya! be had terilble J :;';:; Nw7s. N0. q ;
a liver and kinder trouble and general paint in hi(*, stomach and thought nATlO"Ne .
-..... be bad cancer.: His Oall,. Dally. guf. Dan, ";
I .-.. debility." This is what B. II'. fleas, of druggist recommended '
P4 !, ? ... Fremont N. C.. writes. Only 509, at Kodol.) and be says it cured him: lOOp e N. L. 1.... YUI.__ Ae eo!' 110. .i' i iI
I, .... .. all druggiats.; I He recommenced it to others, who were 07 a as. ...,..Og. laok.1I1A.o,,,, ,. L. I I1 011 aO .. ',. .,'
," : ..-. also cured." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dt.gests ''Pl0Iii .. -... Auguaiba.450P t0s .,'
****M** f *** .I.p 0455
III ... ,.. YCIDga-.rr---
The armies of the Blue and Gray were, I what von eat and cures all stomach 110 181'1111.p U 10. ....' _.,, ...tl'alaclr-........ .. ..54 I' 12$a l lri :

c'I ; In annual camp this week at Manassas, troubles.your,stoniucli Just aa surely be broufjbt as the,back sun shines to Itsoriginally i ;; 'i/ ......""a__ L. SlOP 110. ,
I'I" can [ f l
5115 ... Ar a GOp a .1.
Va."I" 11 III L" .. PalMke. :
pore condition,and HIejjweet.ened ''I "p .r -- -" .. ,

by this lasting aud'truly!the great ,11; F.,. 011 0 M D 100 Ar ..Napa". .._ L. lIe p -'C- to !'

\ ,. ,..". .. I Bilious Bill was getting bloated, ',, vl est digesrant known gold;' by A, O. '0 I lOp 109 L" ...' Man thlteo-rr... u sup .10. Ii: J

; : ,;. ''i1t"'J t" : \.II" : ,I i And;bis tongue. was muchly coated. I RI ltel. = t 10 P !a." L" -....-.................... Lv 0 "P i .0 a ::I,: f \
,,I .. ', \ Patent "tonics" wouldn't cure him,. 11II SOOp11rp .- ., B1UID.a1.: ......,. "p ga/a. ''n C r' 1 1I
,:' :,. t., -. \{tI Companies wonld not insure him. c i., Cape Florida lighthouse, .is ."eld.to.bia e I .10 P 1111 ", nt1po"....,, .- 0 at p 055v y9 ,
01'lp lI Ormon4 1-
r, ':!/I, I ,' iFqrf ,.t -e, 4'tttt\y '"' All his friends were badly frightened, danger of destruction by being un. .. lip ., ..,.,...Dar..._ 1.0p'J: I "
"h I ,' ,But their spirits soon were lightened; t, dermmed the Ql seep Il\p .._tntl0raep--.... : : : '
I t't't'I ;'' ,R ')I .art a .a. I t For Bill said-and they believed him, by water. IlIIp Illp ArNsw SmJr'I I} ""t" ..... ;

:. Early Riser Pills relieved him. > | 'r, .0 115 011 A. __ Lake HelenLv I' 'IS P 110 I' 0. _
x TImq Tried and Merit Provin,, :: .
'I ) -' herd Some ona'a dropped'. false tsathl" The famous little pill "Early Risers"cure ,: ; ,I S 1 108'a ".... ,-Or.nprnry_._ lIUp .Ji lit f"I "
s I Mr. Bunny "Hallol Look constipation, sick headache,,biliousness 1 IOn, Minute'' C6agh (jure;! Uj rtghj{ oa' I t ... 'llH'a .oJt .....Araag. Oily Janoitoaw 1I1Op. I i1

1s 1. ,,- etc., by their tonic effect on time ';when' i it come to ear oil coughs,, '. 0 .sp IU" Lv __wee amyra0.-- a ao ,, 05y .
f'" FUN IN ANIMAL LAND. the liver. They never gripe or sicken: ;''whooping cough etcf f \liper- / S000p I Ii pH'', _, _O.k lUll.,,-..... T" 104P.H:.
but impart early rising energy. Qoadfor croup : It1 Q' 10 Itp e lOp Ar ..-._ ...T1tusvW.a u 0 p .
fectly harmless to take and Is t
children ''or adults. Sold by A.,''G. pleasant 0 0el
9 ooa
the children's favorite Sold
couKtl8yrup. :
Riegel. if 1000.
i by A. Riegel. .- .... l U..j I .

1 .c I By. collision on the Pennsylvania J'It Utica, N. Y... bad a half million- dollar 11 lip 409 P 00...,,,.,.,,,',,,'Ooeo. .... II' M p 119. 9r S'w /
II 110 a
1 11
( I t Slit SII" .._ P .
P ..
rI ) railroad near Harrisburg, May 11>:.between fire, May 10 ... -I 6I! { 1. --.auoM._ ..., l 111 144
ci ..4. a fA .,....Mebonrns- 111 145 101
5 -5 :
I e a passenger train and one loaded Doesn't Respect Old ''Age.l; '' I 5 19II. 6 & ..... __ 1039ar113a
oS L'nole .
+ + with dynamite fifty people were 1.9 029! oil d .,
1 over It's shameful when youth falls to show Qe: 154! I" :yep I'Ier- 10 lit.. 11 II to.u .>>
'+ 1, killed: and one hundred more or lead in. proper respect for "M ages; but lust the I 1.. 08 "'Ibh-'. .. 11 It: '0'u
r 'IM.1118 ;
1 I, 'Pkt i' JJ jured. ___ ii. contrary in the cas- i.t C: ,Dr' King's: ';New I'., .d _I 115::a f 17 ..t .-r }114'as.--., -" .u.lIsa CO ,

'/, 4. Life Pills.' They cut oft' maladies., ti ui i tn 1811. : bo $ =' : : n:: tI:: f
'. +; rIP AlIperlons wishing rear estate foana matter how severe and irrespective of I 08 a 'III ____ -'y" ,
.... a '5?a I" "' .. -_ II
ItI should write or call npon the Realty old age. Dyspepsia, jaundice, fryer, U { 0s Ott p ..W.. Paim .. g1/ 11 ,. tV i'{

a ..."' 1 1i' Mortgage Company, West Palm Beach, constipation all yield to this perfect! pill :t: 4595 Olep :,.. ... -.Boyaaa.. ... : tli lap

I a I r r I Fla. ( (' mj-iawtf 350, at all druggists :; {0 11 a a 10 O ISl! .. ------,1.a1&denl.---. ,. .. 1. 011
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'; .s as 11 Na .1 Nat a ".. 10 as is Nate l I
Disastrous Wrecks. 05115 tusday 1.eday 8ueula, Oal1y IIAYP'OJIT .IIIAJlON.. a0. 11 ....., "114._ O.IIy ,.1
anti Barber.la
Tk Dmh >
1 responsible for I aaaua Only On"" 0.E.IU' .. I_D.Oi. Oa..,. Caly sslWs
4 ( sjijea days an English: noble enter- Carelessness is manya J'"
I railway wreck, and the same causes I eap 'OOp 000 II O YP1 is P 1 Ir
r; till a barber shop, and, upon Inquiring are making human wrecks of sufferers .es p e t9 1000p u':: 1O.-SO'Jaaboanu-'t: : ::11. : aOfp "
z for CM maater, was answered by a*) since l.op 'Mp .foOpl0.0. .. ..Psbtoa---<" oj" t.U106e/P "p ', ,,",
Ur troubles. But
k from throat and lung I' a.p tae .. "
J I' !> 16p101011. As1--tl.B--'ii ,, .ulliii 10011 Stop ,
not 1"
fit .' apprentice of fourteen that was advent of Dr. New 'oop t ..p J
\ \ : the King's Discoveryfor 1 hop 101o o IO 00 OO'n: ><>rt_ "IO.UOO. ..iI 4 .'p''
:'4;} ", at borne "Do you shave, then?" asked Consumption Coughs and Colds even r 'd

,t." 1;; ":, the take. "Tea, sir, I always do," waa the worse cases can be cured and hopeless PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAHSfflP CONHECH9NS AT lUlL. a'.1

I 't ,i the reply "Bat can you shave without resignation Is no longer necessary __ ... ; J .
C'IJtUD&?" "Yea air; I'll try," anawer- Mrs. Lois Crag) of Dorchester, Mara,
','j ITT".i 1: f ti I s r ed the youth. "Very well" said the la one of many whose life was saved by Close Conaectloa Mad at Wand vttb ,Stednkip*'ef"tk. f:-* O."L"'L-C6apaa1J.e :: .:
duke while seating himself and load- Dr. King's New Discovery. This great '
:tt is guaranteed for all throat and HAVANA'AND '
remedy WESTf!
1.)i. rfi Imc hla platoL, "But, look here, If you long diseases by all drnggisla. Price, KEY' : "

:, a' let any; blood, as true as I alt here I'll SOC and $1.00. Trial bottles free. ,

<:* blow ;your brains out! Now, consider '1'10_ TIm. Tables tb.tea..aswhIo trdwrgbezpeeM6asettee
well before you begin.\ from qa........ atatlona bat Ib.Sr arrival or d.paetare w th....._stand iS. 55aad
ti _
Unvstar About u. 7. aeelatklsCompany to lIoU14 poaeAbearereay4.IarOeanyeosae5a.ao.S: """"' a4tasnhses'
AttN a moment' reflection the boy .
"How Is your boy Alfred succeeding
t began to make ready and said, "I'm not
} at college?" For Copy *f the LOCAL InT"SEE _.. I. .
t afralft of cutting you, air, and In a "I'm atraid we'll find out pretty soon .. '

k 1 I" ; abort time> had completed the feat without that he's been running in debt lie's THE TICKET AGENT." 1.

1't". I'' a scratch, to the complete satisfaction writing to us once a week now.'"-Chicago .J. D. ....""B _to Oen'I. ...... ...... "T. AUIlUS'l'l1'tJJ;.PLA b'
t tonea
_ 1' of the duke. In gentle Tribune.

) his grace asked, "Were you not afraid
!-\ I } of hating your brains blown out when "I may not be wealthy, but I can afford Tri-Weekly Sailings Between ,

tt"i r t you might have cut me BO easily" my own carriage and pair," said SoatheithEPPBCnvB Railczi iy

''I r 1 "No", air; not at all, because I thought the fond father. be wheeled his twins JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK k
\I' I should to let
I that a* soon as happen
I 1'r; 'k (I any blood I would cut your throat beck along the pavement Calling at Charleston;t1.C., both ways. JANUARY II, l,.S -a:;

;. I fore yon could have time to fire." X watch taken to the top of Mont TEE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THtt COASTWISE SERVICE .---- if';

:14' f The reply won from the duke a hand Blanc will gain thirty-six; : seconds In Three Ve.ttbuls Tralna Baa' North and West No 13 No. tLv .::::: :

') some reward. It need scarcely be add twenty-four boan.Hot THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINESDirect I.v "kaoD"iII....... 8o Ry 1 lOp 9 loa 7 SSp ackaonv le, Via.... Ry 7.45P t oa'. ...

ed he never resumed hla dangerous) Lv Je..un............... So My S Sup II 54ft to 4Op.. Lv lewup, 0......... ....So Ry w 3o+ 11 aya w., ,Ii i,
j.' ; threat In barber shop.' A lesson waa Weather Pile. Service Between Lt Svannah Ry alp p Ar Macon, Gs. .. ... .So Ry 3 inn 40p ,.,,.. ..'
t, ; a JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, co ':::::::.:. = 3 A tS3o : :::: Ar Atlanta, Oa ... ,,.. ..SO Ry y roe l ti11p d....
+ E ', taught him for life. Persons afflicted with piles should be :EASTERN POINTS. Ar Ch.rlott.........I..' ORy5.5s OoSp 9655.. Ar Rome, ............ ... Ry 730. $;05p ,.., ,
1: careful at this season of the year. Hot v AND ALL Ar Oreenabo So Ry a tea I yap. Ar Dalton, Ga..Ito Ry a a3a 9 51p ..,
W 1 rsa weather and bad drinking water contribute Calling at Charleston both ..Y" Ar Danville .::::::: ao R I Li!!" .!.r; : 1 .: Ar Chattanooga. T ......So it 9 4s t0 SIp .. '
.. Beolt'a Narrow' Eaeape.P Ar Letiapton, K' A C y lop { 4115.....
I ,;;; sl.t David Beck, the celebrated portraitpainter more to painful the conditions and dangerous which make DeWitt'piles I Southbound 8KMI-WKKKC.Y. From Lewis' Wharf, Boston : ArRlobmood..So aJ' I IA.r tip ArCincinuadOhio..,... AC Tlla..,..,
Lv Cincinnati, OhkaJt 8 4opJ A ...... 'I ,;
y t and pupil of Vandyke: while Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain, draws Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville Lynchburg .......80 Roy 6 115'4 :lOp.. Ar Chicago, III...... .Bt Pours ens' a OOpJ,..,,. j jLv
I t traveling through Germany was sudI out the soreness and cures. Get the gen. &r Charlottesville ...80 Rv I Ina i owl 6 lOp. Inc nn.U, Oho Pa S 3yp 10a ..,.,. 4Ar
t denly taken UI and to all appearance nine, bearing the name of E. C. DeWitt .. .. .., -. .-" Ar Wa.hiogton.So Ry.011a 9 It liI'I"' ., Chks a ......... 1.tne. nos a 3or' ....
died and laid out a Ills & Co. 1Sold by A. G. Rlegrl. Ar Batlimore..1' R R 11 30a II 11 IJI.... v nc us. u C Ii .5. IJ 45p s sAr
corpse 45.1
:' West Phlladelphlat'RR 1 t III ..... 0 to ',
: 40 33s. CHAD
Chtca a a
I t:
: H +. errant, sitting round the bed. grieved .. New York P It R 11 305.: v Cincinnati. OhioO H& D 9 1SD S &tn ... ''iAr

t 1 :f1! P r. heartUf for the loss of so good; a master Remarkable Escapes. Between Jacksonville'and 3anford. 34-"New York" and Florida Erpres., Daily Toledo Ohl" C H A D S aw 1 SOP 'F
pJtrm : ..,.. .
pl' y la drank aa : Ar Detroit, Mlch. PM 7 rya { to i. ,
; and aa grief thirsty One of the moat remarkable escapes Drawing-RooanSleeping Cat Tampa
- yl'' Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Borasford (DeLand) and and Jaeka.ville to New York. LvClucinnet1Ohlof..llnea SSop ma.,... '
r heartily at the aame time. One of them, from drowning on record was that of a Intermediate Landing on the St. Johns River Ar Pitaburg, '._....... Lines 33al S 4upLo
i ; becoming more befuddled than the rest, man whom a wave picked off from a No OhiwDigFour
f I SO..W..blngton and Plorld. Umlt Cincinnati, 3op tl W sAr
Mt! a then adresaed companions. thug: vessel, washed Into the sea off Lundy Steamer "Citv of Jacksonville"! Daily Pullman Drawing Rooms Sleeping \J r. leveland;Ohlo.lllg Four 6 !I 0 OO I,,,,,,

|U(:-.'U'li' I i"; "Our master when alive wall fond of Island, near the Devonshire coast, England .appointed to aall a*follows:-Leave Jacksonville. Sundays..,Tuesday and Thursdays 8:00: p. m Jacksonville to New York. Lv alu OayKy.SoRy. i S 10. ..,...
: Ar Louisville, Ky ... .Soxy lop.. A lion .
I,: :. his flaes. Let us out of gratitude, and then returned to his ahlp. Returning leave Sanford,Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays at 9:80: a.m. No. 3J--Sonther. Palm Llml'ed." Ve tibnle.trnm. Ar St Louts..... ............ AolL 7 t Sep ,,,,

]I e then, gtre him one now he la dead. But it was not so remarkable a case PullmaninswingIooanCorn pert- Ar Anniaon.Ale ...,,, So ny 0 40. y050 ....
I NorthboundRead afoul t.umpotllieOb.urvaLlun: 50,1 I..lng Ar BirmIngham, Ala ..So Ry Il>10o a irk, .,,.,.
Assent the head of the deadpainter that which I. Southbound Hohodul
f ,
\ \ f it' i'f was given; aa suggested by an epItaph Head Cars: hutweeu tI AUII""Uue, Jackaonvlll and ArMemphia Tenn"eVriaco SOfp .
np 1'c
down New York,
;,. a"I t was raised up and some wine said still te exist in Jamaica: Leave sjopra _.... .... ....... .... JACKSONVILLE: ... ..... ..............Arrive 1 co am ArKanaa.Clt Mo. ..Frlaco 040.
'I{ poured down or spilled about, the fra- "Here lleth the body of Lewis Galdy, .. ..... ....., .... ...... ......Leave ,\ Memphis .e... ........ yap ..,1.. 1
; Boopm
'f 84spm. ... .. ...... ................ .PALATKA.: Through'"The Hot Springs, Art:........ ... .. ... ....
'h 1 I =.j I'}, Crano car spirit of which caused Beck Esq., who died on the 22d of September jooam ............. ................. ASTOR .... ..................... ...... .. 8 aop.. Laud of the.Sky" :' .:! ..,,,, : ,1

"; to open hla eyes, upon which the servant 1737 aged 80. He was born at .. 43oam..r.. ..............' ....'t. FRANCIS ..'...... ........... ..... t coprn I.v Jacksonville..... ...........80 Ity .. No. IsuThe Florida Ltmlled." Dally. Solid

-i" 'trtio. being drunk, half forgetting; Hontpelller, In France, which place he .... ...... ...... .....BKPLB3FOBD (DltLAND)................ ... M I oopmArriv Lv .". .............. I .N... luau Vestibule sleeping train an, through Jacksonvle day coaches to t.inclaD'U.: end Pull. ,
do a1s muter was dead, forced down they left for his religion and settled on this *I jo am.._.SANP.RD ..............,............... 9 so am Columbia,S. C. ...........Ik> Ry 6min ....... S ,?
i .
ArAahvtll 5
_ \\ 'fA\ ; v remainder of the glass. The painter Island where In the great earthquake, 10 00 am..,................................ENTERPRISE..........................."...... At to 00 am Ar Hot Springs oN.!C.N. ................SO lly ky a IIOP:37P ...".,.......... No. III-Pullm.n 1trawingRoom Sleeping Cap
f :\ Ar Kno"ville, .1.eDa.... ..... SO ......... hetw.en Jackaoovllle Birmingham,
lly MmuphIs
thus \ he and 1500p
gradually revived and escaped a 1672. was swallowed by the 't
.1 y y up General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W, Bay St., Jacksonville Ar I.ouI..III............. ...,80 My a yea ...:.... and Kansas Vlt,.. ,
''Mi L living Interment. wonderful providence of God, by a Ar tit Loula.......................no Ry 4 s6p ..., ._ itr
1I'1\\ Y second shock was thrown out into the Ar (;Vioclnn.ttl Qhlo........\l A.. C 8 15" ......... h
i .' West Fla. No. "
r,M. IR NMONGB: .Jr..A. n'IPusAgt las Bay 8'.J.ol"on"lIIeJ IIhlo.go: and Florida 8peol 1. Solid
r'1\;: The ....... Ifaral StavndaraU sea where he continued swimming ante W. U.: COOPER; Jr.Frel .. U. P. LOV aLL,Sap' No. :so-DeU Pullman Drawing-ROOm and .t1bale train. l'uliman Drawing Room Cure
Foot of Hogan Street, .Tno.8 nTlllo. Florida Burret Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and between. S0. AnLSDatine Jauk.onvfle Clnoln.n.tl .
'IJ"Wt The Russian naval standard blue he was taken up by a boat and thus A C. irAOBRTY.: Gen'i.Bast'n .......AlrL.. New Yolk. CLYDE MILNE. Oenl Vft At" N. TTHKO t.lnoiouatl.: Chicago; Clovelanal; Do'ro" and 8t",Lo....

(f I..: .gag with a white cross-was adopted I miraculously saved. He afterward ; O.Genaraf KOKK Manager WM. P. OLVVM' Waneral* AgootiCbOBebrou _

\\\f..\ i [by Peter the Great, who stayed forpome ;' lived In great lamented.reputation" and died universally ,h Building 11., Stats Btrent Now Tork Excellent Pining Car Service'.u
months at Gaardam, near Am-

,1{,1i11t)II terdaml. working aa a mechanic tol1iij ARRIVALS AT JACK80NVU.LB;
A Runaway Bicycle 'tom New York,Waehinglon atd.-No. "W.ahington and Florida Limited" 900: a m.
I knowledge of shipbuilding. ,
gala a New York
WlI8nlnrrwn. eto.-No.34 Southern'. Palm LlnlkKI 1:40 ....
;' During this time he took a strong Terminated with an jigly cut on the 'rom New Yurk. Washington, ele..Na33. "W..hIDrr&on and Plorida Es Po rev7:4o'p. m. Y
l1iij' f leg Orner, Franklin Grove 111. From Cincinnati:Aahvtlle, etc--No;"9. "W..hIDftuo and Florida Llmtled P .. _
", bf fancy to a clever workman named developed I! Pram Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta. Umited" 9no ID "
stubborn nicer 9:35.: m. ;
It unyieldingto
:;, t 'iQruyi! 'lAom he persuaded to return doctors and a remedies for four years. Atlantic Coast LineTHE FromCblouJ(
I #j1; ; ,nth him to Russia after he had reveal- I. C. LUSK D.st.
7 Then Backlen's Arnica Salve cured. It Pass. Agent 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
: to ban lila true name and position.
i' pd is ]lust aa good for burns, scaldn.ferup-
for the first G. P. A.
'f; Grnya drew plans tions and piles. ajc, at all druggists.The ; a.H.HARDWICK PT. M;
e It'ft 1 x hips bunt for the Buaalan navy\ and. CONNECTIONS-- BROOKS MORGAN, A..0. P. A

i I to show hla appreciation Peter the
.\\'t [
''t !. {Great made him an admiral and gave Mao Who la In Xlnneat. The Over its rails to Savannah .. .. .. .
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The vital necessity) for the qualitiesof own -- --.. "5.5-S .....- '
li r [rdera that the Russian navy should inspiration, reality and magnetism East Richmond and Washington :: : I' -.v .
Charleston -
j, (thenceforth have a special :flag with home to when I : lrl ;J..... TJ 'I'
was brought me waa a 't.l'
\".,'\h) .. white cross upon it to perpetuate the schoolboy fiddling at collage function .1. All Rail thence via Pennsylvania Ry. "? 'l:'f ; tV1ulIta? 9fS '
cf 111* trusted associate, Cruya .
: memory Dutch word I saw speakers who came forward and ''I .! \,.. ,. ""iii> f."""' At.olrC b lo. Nona of
I t being aa oU form of the OOIl farm of stomach
-S., ;f{ 1 [ 'who-well, just spoke so many words.' : I r;:.,: ::.,, ..; -. twuLlu5biiiuuluera or tbnd.. .liver. Di..Ju..a: .
f. i for croasv' Then would come an orator, a man who TheTo West The LouIsTllle & NaSlfvUle, via Montgomery .:.. .".1'',;. t' i.,." '.tt tJlJ't' O"I'tlll.o;: you Don't rink It, and above will all,
; acted the part, who lived the who, 41' '1' 1.Ii"\:: d"'i1'UlI.loua1
.4 part, ( t 1orq'111DO--botlu
noD / auegtnwe<<:
Bio was, the part because he believed It, The Mobile & Ohio, via Montgomery ff.J. '&1.1, Vii'; !. 4 q al.
J .f:: y eeremonlM Among' the still quaint kept old alive custom in English and so swept the people off their feet- ..1" .,t.,,;!,:..) \ \\ ;"7 "" "='" It B I N E

", country districts there ia only one "horndance ;J. p, Sonsa In London Interview.The To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for New' t.rtr' J I.i.: M.J:

1f 4 ," and that >ks to be found at Abbota The "Eastvia t York, Philadelphia, Boston. I'1S ,.; .''I',... {/ I ; has all thou' vlrtuei r
Staffordshire. livery Great Am.rleaa Novel Via Norfolk Steamer to New York; Washington and Haiti. ..:.fI" -tiuno) of their '
Bromley In deadly effects.
\ The American of which UKJRBirac taken
great novel more. I. \
1'' ear at the Tillage wake the dance latill so much waa once heard, doe not Via. Savannah and Merchsuta & Miners Transportation Com.pany ,I d regularly will( (orcaitaH liuiMJtu.uos.pull
I'I I carried out. The origin of the I steamship for Baltimore and Philadelphia. \ 5 thefUgoatlTO o 'viwl: 1 1i perfect condl.kcicji -
but the work la I '
come, gradually being
of .. .i luliouanoys
i' (horn 41"1a lost in the mists ,. : bettduChes.
ire written in departments The cowatry. live,
i11A la health. .
bat it baa been traced back aa you good ,
iblstory, la too vast the novelists have TO 'KEY WEST 1 ( 1 7
as per via Peninsular & Occidental *
J _
the two.
i far aa Ole eleventh century. Until \; II r IX.IOAY. F
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for novel to (
Lap seen, one cover
erenteantb century it was practiced at and ; .. _.... :;0*av Dot!' AIJST Dna/."-,
used -- ,
I ground a* they to hope. They are, tIf1llf, -
Steamship Company y .. "
;+ .Christmas, on New Tear's day and on HAVANA ; '''''' ..imi'escsjtBold
therefore, specialising, and some of
4 1 /,Twelfth flay. In the time of Henry them are writing so conscientiouslyand at 'Riegel'a Drug Store.
S (VIII the dance: .. performed In front SOMETHING NEW v D
of the citnrch every Sunday; and a collection observing well that those of our Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 mtlesjof'among tne'prla; ipw r < ,

for the poor taken up from the own practitioners whose tendency 1* to railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
_ repeat a convention rather than return Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line.

pectatocm.. afresh to life with each book ought'to Prank C. B tyleaton, Commercial Agent, W. D. Stark, Traveling Passenger SUBSCRIBE

be feeling uncomfortable.-London I Agent 138 West Bay street, Astor Building Jacksonville, PIa. H. M. ; !merspn FOR THE SUNIt.
? Jcwakl Finest bakery.Uii. $ at the 'Ma Elma*. __ > Traffic Mans .cr, W. ), Craig;, General Passenger AgentWilmlnton: N. C.

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President Roosevelt Makes a Positive Xffllcted Man Discovers II Process of I State Superintendent of Insurance Has THE WAIF

REMAIN NEUTRAL L LJapa.nE'Se Declaration at Omaha Producing a New Roee. Undertaken This Wqrk. .'
i Omaha, Neb.,' May 10.-+Che Bee COTTON IN SESSIONNinth Savannah, Ga., May 10.-Dennis Tap- New York May J O.-Pre
quotes President Roosevelt aa making ley Is an afflicted young nail of this the oral examination of officem Farrar bad never before numbered, ,r
the emphatic statement that city who has for though bowed Life!
he :will years and directors of the Iftiuitsble bid !SIns, but since 1
philanthropy among
Newspaper Expresses not be a candidate for President. It Annual: Convention Being and bent by disease sold key rings Assurance Society of the United Staua Miss Curtis bad taken charge of the

4 Itself saysj in one of the squares? stamping, upon' which will be. carried on under his personal I
Accordingly.RUSSIANS 1 1I home in the little village
Fresh Air Fund
"XOI1 are authorized that Held At Knoxvilla.ISWEUCOMED the rings the of those I
.." to state .I Iwill names who 1)uY'j direction, have been completedby where he' pent his summers Far a
r not again .be j a candidate ,for He has suddenly sprung Into State Superintendent' of Insurance i rar bad evinced a decided Interest! In
ORDERED TO MOVE ON president of the United States. There BY THE notice through his assertion that he Francis Hendrlcks;"who Is now in this I movement.

..+..J I are no- Strings' tin. this statement I GOVERNOR has discovered a secret that has been city, Congressman M. B. Drlscoll the Heretofore be bad labeled childrenof tr

Japanese Have Placed Orders for More mean It. President of Association Discusses the concealed from naturalists and florists of Syracuse, has been engaged by Su the fresh alt fund variety: and otherwise t'

Battleships-Officers/ and Crewe for "I made my speech at Denver for.. for all the ages-the secret of .growIng perlaten-dent Hen rlc-ks to question the -as unmitigated little nuisances >
Fifth too! purpose of convincing the people Growth and Development of the Cotton a coal black rose, Tapley declares men and, It Is eipected the examination whose chief aim Id life was to annoy: I.I

Pacific Squadron Have Been of my earnestness in regard to the .Industry-Visitors Being Royal' he has perfected, his/ method will continue at least one week. their elders and bring people's beurlil 1

Secured. 'matter of railroad legislation. I will I ly Entertained' and that he can raise a rose as black Superintendent Hendrleks will examine into their mouths by falling into the

not be satisfied with any compromisethat as the raven's wing. This, he asserts, only the officers and directors who river or crossing the street In front of '

Franca Tokio. May 10.-The JIJi hopes that does not bring relief to the people Knoxvllle: ,' Tenn., May 10.( -Assembled he does without the use of chemicals. have been directly caused In the re. a speeding automobile,

will cease her flagrant and de. from the conditions now existing in this city, for a two days' session He has named his rose the Mourn cent bandying, charges over the so. He had even complained to the town

liberate breaches of her pledges of In regard to transportation affairs In the ninth anual convention of the ing rose and says he expects to sell : ciety's affairs, but every director who authorities -before Miss Curtis took i
neutrality, In reference to the treatment the American Cotton the secret for $10,000. charge, of course-of the noise created
country. No compromise bill from Manufacturers' association holds office by reason of the transferof {
I accorded, the second Russian Pacific congress will be accepted." opened this morning' President I stocks by James Hazen Hyde or his ''by the fifty or more youngsters who 4 t

? squadron. In French waters, and R. S. Reinhardt, of LlncodnKii' N. C., ITALIANS ARE COMING SOUTH. father H. B. Hyde. resided a few doors below his ,place, t'
satisfaction 1 la and be had suggested that the homebe
exprettsert at British rep. EXPEL 1 Ie Addresses welcome I
UNDESIRABLE ELEMENTS. presiding of I There will be nothing compulsoryabout woods outside the
removed to the
resentatlons .
to the government in ParIs were delivered'' by Governor John I, Large Body of Immigrants Landed at' the proceeding which, however '

'' .the, showing danger that England is alive to South American Republic Applying" Cox!,, and'Mayor' W: II. Qaibs, for state New Orleans. will be carried on largely' in executive town.But, with the advent of MIss Curtis,

ests. menacing Japanese inter: Law to Socialists. and city respectively, W. B. Lockettfor Washington, May Iff.-Frank P. session. Farrar's attitude underwent a sudden

New York May' 10.-The govern- the business Interests and Dr. Sargent, commissioner general of !Immigration and thorough change. From the moment

The Nippon! say what French Interest ment is applying with the uttermost Brown Ayers for the colleges. of the has -returned from New Or- Injunction Is Denied. be laid eyes on her young earnest
I -j." in Russia 1 Ie more of a financial vigor the so-called law of residence state. yeans, where he went to be present at New York May 10.-Justice cLean, face and looked into her clear

r and economical character, than political which enables It to expel' from the Mayor Oasa presented the convention the landing of a body of Italian Immi in the 'New York supreme court today gray eyes-all this was at the, post-

!, and that the alliance between the country aI) undesirable? elements, cables a magnificent souvenir, being a grants. denied the application of Herbert G office while he was apologizing for r+t
countries! has ceased to !be of any practical the 'Herald's corresponded$ at set of keys carved 'from Tennessee The vessel brought '76fi Italians from Tell. ', of Philadelphia) a policy holderIn bumping unceremoniously against her r

benefit in Europe. It expresses Buenos Ayres, Argentina. The measure marble. and Inclosed in a case madeof Palermo. All but '''about 20 were per the Equitable Life Assurance Society -Farrar thanked his stars that the i

; the belief that France is upholding because Is directed principally against socialist native materials, 'cotton, wool, iron mltted to land. Those refused were afflicted of the United States of America town authorities had not listened to

her honor la pledged diplomatic. agitators. Seven Spaniards already. and timber. In his opening address I with disease or did not meet the for an injunction restraining that society his suggestions concerning the' re ,
ally. have been expelled within a few days.A President Reinhardt entered Into a discussion requirements of the law in- some other and the New York state superintendent moval of the home. 1
.' Curtis that
t. It because of Miss
: delegation of Socialists headed by of the developments of the cotton particulars. The immigrants were of insurance from proceeding was home held frequent -
Russians Ordered. Move On. Deputy.....Pa1lacces visited the chief of industry during the past year and landed at New Orleans at the suggestion further with respect to the proposedamended the youngsters and bolsteroua pIcnics In Far-

Saigon, Cochin China, May 10.-The police add requeeted permission for a concluded by predicting a great export of the Italian ambassador, through charter of the Equitable I, rar's pine grove; It was because of her
cruiser Jemtscbug and the contemplated demonstration. The police Io trade, which .has already begun to aug whom southern planters made an appeal which was sent to the superintendent that they often rode-a dozen at a time

Russian auxiliary cruiser Rion belonging chief Imposed the condition that ment. for Italian laborers. They will of Insurance for his aipprova,). The -In' his automobile and picked his

I to Admlrail Rajestvensky's squadron no red flag be used.'! To the wide fluctuation in the priceof be employed largely' on the plantationsof amended charter provides for he mu. gooseberries and currants unmolested .j.

arrived off Cape. St. James,, near The Socialists thereon protested cotton in America in less than a. Louisiana and other southern states, tuaJlzatlon of the society. Certain It was that the trt'foIball"

'here, during the night of May 8, and against this decision and the demonstration year, from 16% to 6% cents, he attributed colony ruled Farrar, who explained his

left yesterday morning at the request was postponed.Sale the unsatisfactory demand for Parliament for the South, To Attract Desirable Emigrants. change of heart by stating that fie had

of the governor of French Indo China. cotton goods. He congratulated the cotton Washington, May 10.-At a meeting Albany, N Y., May JO.-With the discovered that they were' "interesting j

These cruisers which brought instructions of Fertilizer( Tags Reduced. mill men upon the absence of iaa of, the local committee In charge of view to attracting to this state desirable little brutes." It Is extremely doubtful,

for Rear Admiral Nebogatoff Atlanta, May 10.-That the sale of 'her troubles. In conclusion he advocated the arrangement for the meeting of I Immigrats, the state department however if this Interest in Itself would 4

: anchored 3 or 4 miles off shore. fertilizers has decreased a wonderful the enactment of'a well considered the Southern Industrial! Parliament of agriculture is preparing to collect have been sufficient to Induce bio to-

.A heavy sea was running exposing a extent of late Is proven conclusivelyby "Merchant marine bill," and an begtnlng here May 25, delegates were I and dlsemlnate the farm and dairy drive his automobile to tbe village post-

good deal of the warships hulls which figures given out Monday morning augumented navy to protect foreign reported as having been appointed advantages which New York office with a dozen unkempt urchin

e were quite free from barnacles or sea by Commissioner of Agriculture O trade, which 'he believed is certain to from all the southern states except I One of the severest''' handicaps I'I'fers clinging precariously to the ruid- -

weed. The ships appeared to have unusually Stevens In April, 1904, 169,350 fertilizer follow the opening of the Panama canat. Tennessee, ,Arkansas and Lou.ISlana..1. with which, the farmers of this state guards. His aided interest and In abetted"tbe by littlebrutes" & 1

large crews and the men all tags were, sold by the department The governors of Texas, have to contend is the scarcity of frank smile was from a p:,lt of <':eor gray i'

seemed in good health. of agriculture. In April, 1905, Dr. Brown Ayers spoke ,particularlyof Georgia have forwarded official lists I farm laborers For many years the that greeted him when lie returned

The main Russian squadron Is said 129,810 fertilizer tags were bought by the value of education in the development -i of the delegates they have appointed. state agricultural department has ob eyes his screeching load to the home.

to 'be well provisioned, but are short the fertilizer mills, a decrease in the of cotton and other industrials -I The president of Georgetown university -I served that foreign form hands and Instead of cursing tbe noisy broodat

4 of tobacco and cigars.It sales of just 40,000 tags for the corresponding In the south and made an appeal has offered Its law building for the small farmers seldom settle In the the home he smiled Indulgently at

Is considered, likely here that Ne- months:' One fertilizer tag for moneyed interests\ to aid Industrials use of the parliament and the commit. east but travel straight through to their vocal exertions, for that noise ;

i bogatoff's division has already passed must, under the law of Georgia be in the south and made an appeal tee accepted the offer with thanks the west. In past years the great inducement was Intimately connected with Miss I

the cape. placed on every 200 pounds of commercial for moneyed interests to aid industrial and also acknowledged> the co-operation there was given farm homesteads Curtis, and Miss Curtis, all unconsciously

The hospital ship Kostroma whose fertilizer sold In Georgia. colleges of the south. of various southern organizations of but now that such lands are on her part had entered Into

arrival here was' announced May 8, Tills afternoon the delegates, about; ladles at the capital. almost entirely settled an effort wil the place In Farrar's dreams reserved lilt

,malls i May 12. A Strange Death Pact. four hundred in number, were entertained be made to bring these desirable emigrants for the one woman In the world.

Berlin, May 10.-Civil Engineer at the various. clubs' of the city Noted Prohibitionist Dead. to New York state. Farrar walked down the street toward ,,
Japan Orders New Battleships. Sandersville, Ga. 10. Colonel the home In the red glow of an ;
Fuhlereth killed his young bride and: following a brief afternoon session. May -
Toklo, May 10.-The reports that Japan himself in of death' C. R. Pringle died of pneumonia at On Tour of Inspection. August evening, a huge basket of cur-
consequence a
bundle of castoff ,
In hand and -
rants one a
plans to order the construction of pact, mado' with a third party, en1 I Double Tragedy In Chattanooga. his residence in this city. Colonel Chicago, May 10.-Secretary Wilson but still useful clothing (begged

two battleships six large cruisers styled "American duel" here. Two men : Chattanooga, Tenn., May 10.-As the Prlngle was one of Sandersvllle'smost and representatives of the departmentof personally from young matrons of his j'

albcoftd! are renewed. had agreed that one must\ corult suicide .result of some trouble among glass valuable and highly honored citizens. agriculture who will tour the southwest acquaintance) In the other. Behind ?

The representatives of English naval under ct rta in'\eend: 'tlar.e. 'j I blowers ats the Chattanooga Gland He was a native of Monroe to Inspect the condition of agricultural him strode his solemn faced gardener

construction! companies are here endeavoring civil engineer drew the 1 Mar-H ball an" plant today Fred Cummins was. shot county> and located here in 1857. From : developments will be joined similarly accoutered and evidently of the r'

to secure the orders,' but it felt "In honor botu:d" to kill! hlratelf and killed; William' Meacham was shotin 1S '2 to 1885 he represented Washing in Memphis, Friday by officials of the opinion that the boas was out of his

la dou'btful' if the government baa His young and pr
reached any decision in the matter. six weeks begged Nn to :dude: hei. struck on Tie( head with.a heavy mon in 1886 and 1887 he wee> state senator ,I left Chicago today in a special train I On the veranda of the home Farrar

in this sorry duel. Uno rfyt left heartrending key wrench and may die. The shoot from this district He had been on the Chicago & Eastern Illinois rail dismissed the gardener and entering

Men for Fifth Division. letters. ing was'done by Albert Meacham, fore I president of the Georgia Prohibition road. Secretary Wilson president Jaa., the house, found Miss Curtis In her

Frankfort, May 10.-The Frankfort man of: the plant. The difficulty occurred association for a number' of years and M SpIIIman in charge of grass and cool little office.

Zeltung today says it has received advices Accident Restores His Sight. in the office. William Meacham was a great factor In prohibition forage plant Investigation of the department -I "I've foraged more or less successfully -
from Hamburg to the effect that movements in this state. and others will leave Chicago for' the clothes you wanted for
shot is
was a brother of the
Muncie, Ind., !May 10.-Antolne Lo- your charge," he Bald depositing his
agents of the Russian .governmenthave man who did the shooting and the over the Southern railroad tonight '
rlaux who man. all the
a glass worker has been load, "and I brought you curjrants
completed arrangements through, Victim of Boy's Joke May Die. In ;i
of the arriving Memphis Friday I
ager plant Albert Meachamwas them
blind In one eye for more than thirty that are ripe. can use ,
k-s the society of German 'captains and arrested and Is confined In the Springfield, O., May 10.-Helen Ttav- morning. '! "
years, lost the other eye three days I suppose
officers of the commercial marine for venor, 17 years bId, has been unconscious i
ago in an accident. Immediately hospital ward of the jail. The coro. j "You're more than kind, she said
,l the enlistment of officers and crews the second being treated the upon ner's Jury placed the blame for the for hours' and her life is de Look Out fOThele Swindlers. gratefully. "You have given me the

for transport ships which are to accompany of the first eye sight killing on Cummins and Albert Meach spaired of. She was the victim of a Chicago, May 10.-Two or more min''I first ray of light In a long, wearing
the fifth division of the Russian eye returned and the man am. practical joke. Some boys decided to using the names of Anderson Crat!. day. Sometimes I think they're very

second Pacific squadron to Jarest. now enjoys the sight of the other eye. frighten her and one of their number and Todd have been engaged 'fraudulently ungrateful little beasts, and I'm almost ,

They will proceed to Llba In the Baltic The case Is said to be one of the most Unique Breach of Promise Suit.Plttsbul'g was delegated to d* It. He appeared for two months In soliciting'! tempted to give up this work."
sea. -- remarkable ever'' brought before the at the Travenor home In a hideous dls- subscriptions for magazines and other "Do" he said eagerly.She .
May 10.-There Is booked
i notice of physicians and specialists In guise. When, the girl opened ,the door smiled wearily.
periodicals In the name of the American
for trial In the federal court here
this part of the state. a "If it'wasn't for the question of
an unearthly and fell
Jews and Christians Fight. gave scream Press Association as subscriptionagent. "
breach of promise case in which Miss involved" 4t
bread and butter ;
St Petersburg, May 10.-No further unconscious to the floor. She baa been They have operated) here, In
Revolution In Bud. E d1 h Isabella Gibney, of St. Louis. "Try something else," Farrar interrupted ,
Nipped Ml with nervous' prostration for two Omaha South Omaha, Council Bluffs,
details have reached here -from Zhito sues Claus J. Stelner, a wealthy young "-.
mir, the scene of the recent attacks Madrid, May 10.-Sarrlon de Herrer- consulting architect for $30,000 damages months. v Sioux City and other places: At an,; "I'm certainly open to suggestions," it l

of Orthodox Christians on Jews. It ra, former king at arms of the Spanish find his father, mother and three earlier date they had worked the eastern I she said with, a sigh

ia assorted that a fortnight before court has been arrested at the Instance sisters for $50,000 damages, alleging New Railroad for Georgia. states The American Press "Well," said be, "I know a t"laceyou're

# the disorders, proclamations were of Brazilian ministers here on they conspired. to tell untruths about Atlanta May: 10.-A charter has sociation is not a subscription a AS.I; admirably adapted to I l\v( > n y

spread calling on the Christians to the charge, of conspiring with others hej to her fiance and so broke off the been granted by ,Secretary of State any one soliciting subscriptions, in waif that l b:::.< si '! ; < i let Mi
a beat the Jews. When these proclamations against the government of: Brazil: A match. Phil Cook to the Columbus Northern names is necessarily swindler. and many fimlts I'd Idle to :..." ilni

.! were sprE'ad'calling on the search of the residence of Senor De Railway company, a new line that Is I under proper care. If: the faults were ,'
Herrerra resuted In the discovery of projection to be built from Columbus corrected and the sterling qualities de
''j Christians to beat the Jews. When To Start Big Furnace. Texans Attend Baptist Convention. rt
these proclamations: were shown to The a number of commissions for--officers" Cedartown, Ga., May 10.-The Ala Ga., through the counties of Musco- Waco, Tex., May 10.-A special train r veloped, I think be might make quite a p,

mayor of Zhitomir, the latter declared who were to organize an army in the bama and Georgia Iron company are gee, Harris, Merlwether and Troup, left Waco today over the Missouri. man. I wish you'd" take him and experiment '

them to be stupid and said there wash state of Kunanl and which bore the getting ready to start their furnacein either to West Point or LaGrange, In Kansas & Texas railway bearing the with .him.
stamp of that state. the latter county distance of about I "And starve In the meantime she
QU oooaslc tor .-....-.nu.-- a few days. For several months a Texas delegation to the Southern Baptist asked. .
----- CO t41l s. The capital stock of the In Kansas .
At the ministry of the Interior it Is they have, 'been getting everything in convention City Tbt I "Oh no," he said. "The waif ia not
Bullet Claims Two' Victims. company is nut at S100.000., delegation will 'toe augmented: at Dallas -
that M. sent In.
said BQullgan urgent
shape anti) getting a'good stock of - like these here. He has plenty of mon ,
structlons! tile night of May 8, to Zhit Sharon Pa., May 10.-Inflamed, with charcoal and ore on hand. The capacity Fort Worth and Deniaon. A ey In trust for him, and a. part of it
omir ordering the authorities there to jealous rage John Soroski shot and bf this furnace is sixty tons $200,000 Fire In Mississippi Town. special religious program Is being carried \ could be set aside for his education.
killed Mrs. John Seech and her 18- Jackson Mtsa. May 10.-The business out on board the chapel car "Good-
protect the Jews and to prevent disor dally and Is of the finest qualities of What he needs is a personal Interest
i year-old nephew1, Frank Roccl, and charcoal pig Iron. district of the town of Flora was will," which Is one of the six coaches taken In him. He's a friendless sort of p'chop. '

;, ders.The creditor of M. Krou .heven, the then fatally wounded himself. The police I wiped out by fire, all the prlnelptD and sleepers which make up the train. That's why' I call) him a waif."

former editor of the Bessarabayetis, say that the, bullet which caused I Enrlghed Man He Would. Rob. stores being destroyed, including the There will be a large attendance from "Tell me more about this," she urged..

has levied, on his ,paper The Friend the woman's death passed through her Louisville Ky. May jlO.-James: T. large establishment of W. B. Jones Texas and many prominent persons "What could do for him??"
& Son and the Bank of Flora. The the number.Negro I I of him, I'm
recently established at Klshineff. body and killed the 'boy. Moran; a tailor, >had a 'battle at his are among "You could make a man
."' fire started in the store of Bentley convinced," he said.
home; with a burglar. and while the
Count Casslnl Goes to Madrid. When It Rained Icicles.: Bros., and spread with raiptdlty. The Killed Resisting Arrest. "Where are his relatives?" she asked.
intruder did not succeed In
telegraph and telephone offices Nashville, Tenn., May 10.-While resisting "In heaven hope," said be. g'PPoor
Washington, May 10.-Count:: Ca3lnl Grand Rapids, Mich., Way 10.-In Moran, the .thief lost a pair of "
destroyed. The toss Is estimated at arrest Tom Ray, a negro, was chap! And he's all alone
the Russian ambassador to this of the fiercest hall and wind storm
costly cuff txuttons. In the $200,000. shot and killed 'by Patrolman J. K. "Absolutely."
t country, has been transferred\: to Mad. ever witnessed here hall in the shape scuffle between the, men Mr. Moran '
-\. Bradford. When the officer undertookto "And you think I could get a positionas
y (rid. He ,will be succeeded here by pf huge hard Icicles fell with terrific stripped. the house-breaker's vest from Torture Woman. arrest Ray the latter clln$ : him sort of governess to him?"

:i Baron Rosen, until recently Russian force, breaking windows in hundredsof his body, and Intone of the packets' the PUtsburg, Pa., May 10.-Tocompel and a scuffle lasting several minutes "No," be said flatly; "I don't. t]
minister at Tokio Count Casslnl was residences and doing untold damage Jewelry was 'fot nd. She lifted her brown. .
Mrs. Frederick Reldler of Coulter ensued, when both the officer and the i of
offered the ambassadorship to Madrid to fruit In the surrounding coun "I think you could make a man of
to divulge the hiding (place of her negro went down to the sidewalk' to
two months and accepted It. The storm lasted an hour. saw wife" said he.
try. Aged Couple Murdered. e him as-bis ,
gether. The officer had drawn his "
ings of $700 '
years, two masked
He will leave In June for 'his new post. Athens, Ga., May 10.-Frank Ho!. men I She looked at him In amazement t,
............. burned her feet with blazing paper, revolver and aa they went down the his sought "
Vanderbilt President to Reign. 'brook and. wife, two old people'were Then she noticed that eyes
Aged Man Commits Suicide. dragged her about the room by the weapon was discharged, bullet enteriag and that his band, lyingon
Nashville, Tenn., May 10-BlahopTi\1. brained with an ax last night at their hers eagerly .
'i Mobile, May 10.-Captain J. A. Deer- hair, beat her, and finally, after she Ray's neck and: severing the I her desk,'trembled.
four miles from .
iw ing of this city?aged 75, a retired and K. Hargrove president of the boardof home "Wa klnsville had told where the money was hidden jugular vein.. lie, died almost Instant. "He's a laay, rascal waif" said h. .
Their bodies were dragged to the '
of Vanderbilt university, ,
trust owing
wealthy steamboat ctptaln. was found threw her from the second story1' bedroom IT. haltingly; "but with some one tor care
bad health will that front porch and left there where they
to resign
dead In his be'd at Klo+ky's hotel to window Mrs. Reldler will not for him he might be different"Miss /
position at the meeting next month. were found this morning. Their' little Blow to Ticket Scalpers. OM'I
Curtis.rose. The gray er
had contained .
A bottle :
4 day. store had been 'burglarized during Washington, May 10.-An order has I .
found beside the bed. He will, 'probably be succeeded by ed looking beyond him and Int"" t ,
strychnine was of the Methodist the night. There Is 90 clew to'tht Indian Damages.Riverside bee signed by Justice Anderson In I i
Bishop S. B. Galloway, : Awarded -.. ture. And evidently; that future i waI :>>'
suicide ,
The coroner aald It was a case of
episcopal church: South. murderer Cal., May 10...-.Judge the supreme court of the District of I satisfactory, for she laid her band gently 11/1'0/

; ",\ ... -' Noyes, ia the !superior court, has Columbia' making permanent a temporary on his shoulder and smiled. '

Brokers. Hands of Rec.lver.'t\; ,- ,.Fsmoua:. Organist Dead.",_..( ,( ..' Twq Men Die O"1'the' Gallows. ;'t.' awarded to the Yuma Indian, Hot Water injunction which prohibits local I ."Dear lonesome waif she sali.And .

Philadelphia, May 10.-Judge .Me- ChlcaKo" jHay(.lO.-Hubert; 'C."'.bee' ?,,,Aeflefonte'Pa" May'10.-' &Green I $25"damages for the forcible crop ticket brokers from trafficking In excursion because: of all this the fresh alt

Ftates circuit sole is dead at a hospital here, following ; and William Dillon were hanged here ping of his hair under the hair-out order tickets to and from' Washington fund home Is yearly supplied with fruit. ',
Pherson court J. Hector } lot
today appointed 1 fund children who come, a new
.the throughout the United States and Ita-! a turnkey In the Centre"ja.lt. Fully sued for' $2,500, alleging that the wearIng traveler The salt was a Joint one f ;
Neal gJCthli; city receiver for I each year, stay aV much with Farratand '
thousand pf long hair of his brought by the railroads a few days
witnessed the a
an organist ,and finished interpreter one persons .execution. was part re-
e brokerage establishment of the Height ,, rope as llglon. before the recent Inauguration, his .wife as at the home. y
& Fjreeae' company) of church music. I RICHAhD B. 8HBLTON.: ,,


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? f" \," : l r MATTERS OPLOCAli 'I. New "Feature inUndertaking PARAGRAPHS' "' "",, ""w __.....al.\\'W""lIII1I. Iwmj 'Ir----\'r'i" \

i': \ Everybody's Column
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t Abreast of all American. commercial 1 I and -
I n' Condensed Nuns' Paragraphs Pertaining 44 Thy,f Come Go. .GetReady
you HAVB '
'nicl professional advancement, the undertakers pRprER-py THAT I
to Wast PalmSeach sail embalmers, '! ot the United People Whom You May or JL you watt to improve and l need money ,
May Not Know.Altornev to do it with apply) to Geo G. Cut rte
i tYy, t and Vicinity. Slatu have itacbed that stage of sill -- West. Ffttm Befich.

h It, ciency which It nolrt above Country -'---- ,_. .___._. )
in the world.WorkUg every C. c. Chlllingwnrtb way In Leave your orders at The TropicalSun ..... __, ... ._ _- J... L.__._ !i

+, ."; win Norwood ii' s bought tli_ ,;:Cotta e lu harmony with the differ- Miami tb,v week on business office for all kinds of engraved 1;
\ belonging! to n 1K'rwiu on t;vernia Mrs, Fred Cook end little 1 and
cut!Suto,Boards\>> of Health and Transport son are monogram" atatlonery and visiting \
i street. ullo'a Associations: they have daua< myralo \ vl diting re.latfvt: flt Ti ,bnls.Mr cardtt (

ht Mr. George ;'.' T aql: .t 11 applying a'p protect the health of the people, consequently I H. J BurXlinrd', the welKkuownEtdst ,

> > "fteshcoHt of past; to .11 Grand View reducing 'the moit..llty rattj I Side merchant, spent the week in For Sale, To Rent Boardl l&"Furnlab- For The' I

4 Cottage at Fort Lonesotii.-. than aijy ulher profession. Miami on business. ?" ed Rooms and. Rootna To Let. cards: at

1,, of kt Any perse.n u l-res ed u- Belgian i The embalmer < .......... .. ..
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v bares would fI"i H ,1,0; ,,>st.twlit( M. thorough, kuQwledxe of the science of Palm Beach Thursday on business He Finn line' ""S
4 J. Q. Donnelly, "..t Ib' Clarke(: ,I..le. sanitation and disaffection l and the law was accompanied by Mn'Rut. of latest style vlaltlng .
cards: and latest !in letters The _
Palm BeechEkcurnlou ,at; r
i governing the game.: They muat staud a ,
H. E QHmes, one of the best known f '
\ L' I Tropical, Sun. Call and see Bampl9" -.
rigid examination before. State Board
4 h rale to various |port (c.f tile hat and best liked traveling! salesmen, was _
; z i? C country are BI" unnceil' n thin' 'is!ue of of Health and keep informed' of the latest (la the city Thursday! '"' the interest of Everything; ;In Ie-r ; .
.i The Tropical S in, by tUr popular Louigvllle discoveries fu the treatment of tbe dead, I his bouse. ; The Tropical Sun. and all work executed -
j and Na.b"I'Je i : I of contagious diseases. Fourth
i railway Mrs. Eaoch Root wife of Postmaster I la the very neatest and .latest, .
? ;; # A bill ia before the Ingislaiute prohib'1tlnf The jeoeut undertakers' convention, Root, of Pain D-''cti, left Tuesday' style vt the art. t
H ,, i held in Jacksonville, was of a highly Instructive
r !/: county comaJillfll"ntrs{ : felts entering evening, for Boston, where .she wilT'
''i} into any conduct exceeding Izoot' and beneficial nature to the spend the summer with relative. "Sermon* by the DevtJ."' See Ib- L .,
} without f first advertising for bids on Nettle profession of the State. 1>rof. CharlesA. read It. At Idner'a.
'. Mr. A. }
J. Donnelly, a prominent \
Rounard, of New York the acknowledged
There ia no need of losing your appetite leader of the profession, gave lectures young business man of Orlando, spent --_...._----- .- .
{ if you will just step in to FnberBrothers' and demonstrations, after which Sunday and Monday here, visiting' his

market and grocery and takea father, Mr. J. B. ,nnelly.; He
1I Took the board of examiners met for a rigid pr left Did You EVer '
at tbe tempting thing on sale. Tuesday morning on his return b
examination of I
: applicants for a State
The first carload of pineapples for this try ryc.J.tE CREAM made from j pure er au>?
license. West Palm Beach was represented we :
J.t reason, was shipped today by the Drake by biro J. B. McGlnley who has Met With an Accident. West Palm Beach' j}

lt, Y 'I Produce Elliott's Co. The the pines were grown on been studying aud practicing with Mr In coming down'the stairway In Tapes' Did Voa, Ester ,
Key by Saunders Brothers.Mtnini ,
: McGiuley for the past three years. Having Cpera House after the close of the meet: '
'.? ''a :. Record of Thursday. passed her examination: and received ing of the Red Men last week Friday use .a pure(GLYCERINE SOAP that cost tpmt
.' :; than. 25cf We have It for 15o. Also a pare Town Lots
Tl.c: ladies of Holy Trinity Guild will her certificate ia duly qualified to practice evening, Mr. fir nest A. Burkhardt caughtthe Ml ,SOAP", for the toilet lit 15c.; f'Y '
? } give a lawn social in the city park on lu the Slate' of Florida.Mr toe of Iris shoe in the iron cappingon w

; i next Thursday e\enng! from 7 till, to McGlaley was one of the first em- the: stairs and tripped and fell. :Fellow If You deed ;"

4l o'clock. Cake, candies and ices will be balmers the State to go before the examining members came to his assistance and Choice Residence
served, and tbe A SPRING BLOOD TOJfrfJ "Sprlnit's 81"Raparllla .- Lots
public is cordially invited.
/ and receive a license. he-was conveyed to the Residence of his l Ie the beat lot our hot climate.
't The up-to date undertakers all over the brother, Mr. L. W. Burkhardt. Dr. H, ,
ry Tbe P. & O. S. S. Co. will give an ex- country have lady embalmers, whose C. Hood was summoned and after a careful 'Iiittlc Brotunics .

.fd\"?I t r -utsicvn on their line to Havanr for the duly( 1 it 'Is to care for the women and chil.I examination: found that the left leg from $200, up, I

,, i.. festivities attending Independance Dry, I dren. For a City the size of ours West had been badly injured-tbe ligaments I are always needed to keep the system clue n '

r It on May ao. Tbe fare for the round i Palm,, Beach is farther advanced than and1 muscles being strained to an extent Oaf one'-third cash; balance by semi-annual

i', 'i i' ;. trip is fio.40 first-cIesa and |ia: .oo second most any city in the State, and we are which will necessitate Mr. Burkhardt's Special
installments on reasonable time according -
i"" elate.-Miami News. extremely: foitunate to have business being laid up from work for 'several j "HORSE-FtY ,
proven -
: Rev. Dr. Hice will\ preach at the Congregational aud professional men that see the valueof weeks. Fortunately no bones were bro- tor horses to be the and eheaiieMt and IIHRC prutoctlon to price of lot.;
hum the fllra.
- ':;,; t church tomorrow morning keeping up with the times. The undertaking ken, for which tile injured man may well cow' For plats and full information apply to

"I.},: ,'\ at it o'clock and at tbe Methodist establishment and equipmentof feel thaukful. Broadwell & \ Moore.Drugeists' '
'. r Mr. McGlnley will outshine WALLACE R. MOSES 1:
church at 730 in the evening, the congregations anything
\\1' of the two churches in any town the size of this, in the State Will Go To Panama ,
\'' uniting Agent Florida Cast Coqst' Railway Land ,Department.
.: :t 1 i 1 j'; in worship during the day. of Florida. I-'ewof even our larger cities Dt F. Kerwin has received information
," can boast of a licensed lady embalm that his West Palm Beach Florida West Palm Beach Florida.
application for
J!( r, Helena, the little! daughter ofMi., and a poation.asforeman ,
J: ere Mrs. McGinley had made' a studyof painter with the United States
\ Mrs. A. Majewski, had the misfortune
.It .;"' to fall\ Tuesday evening and break a anatomy and bad a practical experience Canal Commission at Panama has been V/11 will rive ni,,H order prompt attention' """ ""

::11{ r ,.; small Lone in her um near the wrist. in sanitation and disinfection, accepted. He has sold his home In this !
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which, together with her later experience : -
city and will make immediate
oJl # The fracture was set by Dr. C. M. Merrill arrangements GRAFTED

a '1'. and the little girl! is now improving. rank,of enables tbe profession her to step in this into State.the front early day-as to leave soon for his as post his transportation of duty at an Geo. S. Hacker & Son BUDDED 5 Mulgoba Mangoes.

t The portrait of the late Joseph Jeffersonjecently I
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1'' Gi made' by Mr; J, B. Wells NEWS. is received. The pay in this position isEs i Largest Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms Phyllan'thnaete.
day with certain .
\ i idtd6uilijban'R'fneither! the fire'' bal per allowances.Mr. All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock
ICerwln's .
: i ; i or the city' ,the matter being decided Miss Ella of i family will go to Huntington grown on, High; Spruce Pine Land. Address !
pliS Chapman, West Palm ,, West Virginia, to remain with relatives
t by tb :: \ voteA,, Call at M. E. Beach, spent Monday at home. until such time as he shall make r f f JOHN B. CEACHWest Palm' Beach Fla
Y Gruber'sfurni(6re: l yourt _
Mr. Carlos C. is for their -- i- ,
Ayres now installed arrangements joining hint on to
''vN r rote. as telegraph! operator, assisting the agent, the isthmus. Mr. Kirwin's friends will .yrrv.rrru'Y 7 V'.VV' r.rr.. ..?VUVVYVVVVVYYVYYtnSUMMER .

iii\ It may .he all well e-' ough to TALK Mr. Ditto, through the rush season. congratulate him on his good luck, and 1
about cut prices. It is equally well not! HOTEL CHICAGO
wish him mucb
The Ladies' Improvement success in his new home
:s to believe everything that you bear and t .
t. position. I --- ---
served ice
t cream Saturday evening, on .
Facts are the BEST things to /go; by,
the porches of the Chapman House andre _
s'r, Call at Faber Brothers' market and grocery -IF-;" "'>,o/;]Vt,,"'-'-'- IiMANUFACTURERS ::--=- HOTEU DEll pt ADO:
: a over $tO to tbe good.
and them.
Tbe Florida State Convention of Connty Mrs. W. H. Hiclterson, of Warren, OF :: 1 A IIigh-Class Family and Trtnsiunt Hotel.

I s Superintendents of Public Instruction Ind., and Mrs. F. E. Curtis, of Saginaw, Everyone goes in a hurry these days Doors, Sash = Located between Washington and Mnillnon Avenue, frontInir on the Midway
Mich., who have been spending'the win. BoiiUtvarU, adjuiirnttiff the Cuh'ugo Unlvornlty.
i met in Tallabasse on Tuesday. There like their lives and money depended on Blinds MouldingsAND .
(i' were forty superintendents and school ter here, left for their homes via New tbe speed they made. = Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board roe Two People,
rt York I-riday night. i from S30 to S40 per Week. >
i l a officers present. Supt. R. E. Hall is on I Mr and Mrs Isaac Funk made a quick Building: Material j:
the miscellaneous committee most Freddy, Henry Willie and Laura Zill Twelve tnlnut H from down town via Illinois Central Hallway. .
trip to Palm Beach
were confirmed Sunday Monday attending t I CHARLESTON, S. C.ate' = All train atop at 08rd "ft.' to which buKRaire; should bo 'checked. .
i important one as it has all manner of May 7V at the business. '
; cc matters to deal with Lutheran church. The church was very Largest Factory South. = BRADLEY MUSERVE, Proprietor Yt:
q beautifully decorated with plants Mr John Seybold, the popular baker Send for Prices
Mr. D. McCullough and wile, former of :
and flowers forthe occasion Miami, Accompanied by bis wife.cauie AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD. .
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-residents of this
city, came upfrom Pompano up Sunday morning and were the guestsof ,
t last ght. They will remain here Mr. A. T. Pearce took a trip up the the lalter's brother Adolph Freed..* .
f M visiting friends until next Tuesdaywhenthey road as far as Daytona and spent Sun .
lund and family. Mrs. Seybold remained BoardingUeHlrubla W. FENT0N & 60.
will leave for their oH home at day. After totnatoen, it is presumed, until Wednesday Their d

14 +' ',i Uuiatilla, in Lake Mr. McCul- though there was a certain young lady eve. .-.- -::- j
____ county. friends are always glad to see them. -. '. ... t .
rd t lough has been mccpHsftil: with his ve.ttub.e left here last week for her Daytona home. people who wish a pleanaat ;! ? ;; "'" .3:?.*'*; ?:P Undertakers andEmbalmers
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. ...... ..... ... .
f i crop thin season, and will now proceed Mr.\ Eugene Hunt representing John Kapp spent Saturday ,place to stop at while la Went Palm :' ...,- -.. Wi .. '.. .".
; y, to enjoj the results. Nix & Co., of.New York, received a wire ia West Palm Beach attending to : Beach, will find MINARET COTT: AOE." .n" ] :i :".: ,,4JJt -
business matters on Olive Street between Svernla;: and 1 1t
4 k'r'' Mr. W. E. Hushaw left Monday evening from his house saying that, on May 4. Fern Jiiit micb a place' Nice clean '

: rr i for Fernandina after spending sea New York City received art: cars of per. Mr. A. K McMulleu, agent of tbe Consolidated room, neatly furnished : oomtortabla Gru'B:; :: Narcissus' Street WEST PALM (
eral days in the city Installing the Ishablea, the largest volume of business Fruit Company was ia town bed | rood, wboleHome food t VERY BEACH. FLA
in the city in one day. Monday. moderAte prlcefl, are the recomnmmia-. .
burglar alarm in the Dade Stat
County < -
tlon*. Only a limited number of room, -
_ i. 1+ 4, Bank, mention of which was made in The young people gave farewell surprise Mr. and Mrs. Perry Marks, of West racan b. accommodated. Tableboaede .

Wednesday's of The Tropical Sun. party on Thursday evening, at the Palm Beach, are moving into the Murray a apeel,1 tJ'. W. HASLEHURST & SON l Dta', .,!:'y Early Risers

k Mr. Hushaw /goes; to Fernandina to Chapman House, In houor of Mrs. W. II. cottage. MRS. FRANK DA LING. .. The famous little pine.

establish a similar alarm in the First Hickerson, of Warren, Ind., who left Mr. Benson L-vman has put a stock of

National Bank of that city as was an for her borne Friday night, accompaniedby general merchandise in his storeroom Contractors and Builders -

ii g' pounced by the Tropical SUI). Mrs. F. E. Curtis, of Saginaw, Mich. here. Mr. Mitchell has charge at pres FOIEYSIIIDNIYCUREMake

,, 6 I1' County Clerk E. C. Dearborn, accompanied After dainty refreshments were served on ent. i FOLEr5UOrmF: ,', ,
.* Kidney and Bladdw? Right P. O. BOX W.
1 by his daughter, Miss Dora, will the portico, several hours were devotedto .. 304 .tc."r-Jx.eo nf!1 .DcI.:. !:2.aapa

t leave about the first of uext: month for music song and dancing, when goodbyes .-- .

i an extended: vacation in the north and and gord wishes were exchanged FOWLER 8 R 0 S. & KING I> $2.59 q \
rr'rj and the j
west. They will' go first to Virginia for young people left for their homes ;".< _.

;. ', I a short stay, and will then proceed to pleased that they, In a small way, had MACHINE SHOP --- t! (1) '
F.rY' f h Kentucky, where relatives and friends shown their appreciation of the pains to 'i.
I A. "whom Mr. Dearborn has not seen for ten always taken by Mrs. Hickerson make. ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK sy ::s cd

T'h q. ?' ;years or more, will be flatted. Their it pleasant for them during their arty in 0 ......
;; .stay will be more extended and later in Delray. GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR :t

m the summer they will visit Chicago: aDd Mr. A. P. Anthony left Thursday for SALE :

,: other western cities, aud will return Jacksonville, where be will spend several Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front .e. "3 I

; / I home tbe latter part of September.-Miami days on business. WEST PALM' BEACH, FLORIDA nf cd

I'I' j r'' Metropolis. ,...... (1)

:+ 'i/: Yeaterday afternoou just after six :i

; : o'clock, Robert Wilson, the little son of -, oI iJ .t 11. :i

;'I' ;' Mr. and Mrs.J. L. Wilson, was run over (

i\' i j, ? by a negro on a bicycle and suffered alt cd ,1 t

( fracture of the right leg 'below the t 11 '
r 0
k r knee. The little fellow was dragged/ tI t-I :

t .about ten feet before the rider of the ttz 0li en
':: wheel was able to his machine. \- >, (1) ....
f. stop !i :I b. .1
t- t ,
Dr. Merrill was called in and attended g .Mp' '
$ r-" :!
f tile boy but the break is ol* a more or Ir ,,1--4 ; ..

'';T ;, ;. less serious 'nature and it will require This space is reserved: 3c .... "' '\' ,

( ) several weeka to heal. The negro was g = N1 \
It, riding recklessly, and the blow was necessarily "' 1 f.J.c: J-t

((a very severe. Officer' Barfieldwas 0:. .. ,,0 ,

- t, on tbe ground soon after the acci Ji: '. 0_ ,

dent, but tbe negro bad escaped and .'

As! y, :baa not yet been apprehended. r I .t '1 \,1

f :*,The best; of everything in the edible It <'1, .".

l i line to be found in this city is usually on ,
y.I 'V sate at Faber Brothers" market and c ra v -- uF/a .C\\!
11';t','. f 5 Ir grocery,."' I ." NO: 447nON: :smD-"SrZms: : :: 4.e,3.sxe3; I 0 .rq ".t
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