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 20, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Lri:: ,ty' COUNCIL DEALS, : Dr.-. Munyon Talks' Hotel ; PROGRESSIVE DELRAY

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'" / % The arrival I of l Dr. J. M, Jfunyouloin Philadelphia\ yesterday morn- _
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''1'< .:" ", ,\ It' ,''i"<\.",,_',/' ." I ,' I lug;, and bis movements' duce reachlup the city, have led many to believe '

Schrebnick :, Matter, ,Like Banquu'slGhost, Will]l, that; there' 'will: noon be something' ,; doing in the hotel construction., business Canning Factory Started, Last Night With Impressive ,w
In:West; Palm Ueach." "
: Not Down.' Mayor Criticises Council ; ,, \ Since::! reaching here Dr.' Mut'iyon' has spent a great deal of bis time in ,\ Ceremonies., One of the Best-,
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!: 'conference?with Mr: fled; G Currie;and the rumor has gotten out that lie "
it., Council Roasts Mayor.. Equipped Plants in Country.
will at once commence tfie coostrucHon% of two hotels, one on bin lot i In : '''. t '
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.,.'0. '. -- this city, which adjoins'the city park to the north and fronts on Lake ,".'1\,"
Gil To/ -use a slang expression; ,the meet. above work to be done under the supervision .Worth,and, theother,, ou ,that East; Side< between the Beach Club and the Yesterday was a: day of great reJoicingIn provement Association l delicious? refresh 9

tag of' the:Ctty. Council! on, Wednesday of the Street Committee. .' Palm: Beach Hotel, where be ownsia, wide strip extending from the lake to Delry, and the< enterprising people menu were served, the funds thus received :-

evening, was a "hot number." : Be it resolved by the City Council, the ocean. of that thriving little 'city bad great going toward the erection of a.

A full board was present anti President That the East Coast Electric Light, cause 'to rejoice, for a new era in trucking town hall in Delray.f' \ 1'
Dr. Munyon las not yet given; a statement to the preits! but ha baa
Baker presided. I'ower and Ice Company is hereby required and fruit-growing on the East Coast STEAM TURNED ON.
la1' the'readlnsf, ofthe minutes AWet. to remove nil electric light poles today: been gathering dat'a as to freight rates on building material I, an: tbe was marked with the dawn of the day.It 'o'clock the
At in
I man Parrlsh asked for a correctiou In on Banyan street, between Narcissusand omparative cost of brick, ,:artificial stone and wood, and has also made the of the 7 evening several' ,
was opening;day large long blasts of the steam whistle were
the Schrebnlclc( building'' Poinsetta'; nearer the curb, work to {
to per.
regard atone
Inquiries concerning I brick and masons. canning factory recently built\ by the blown and at 10 o'clock the steam was 1
i' mi matter. At the last regular meeting be done under tbe supervision of the
of the board be was chairman pro tem. Street Committee, aud that the Mayor is Dr. Munyon'a trip to Florida nt this Reason of the year 'undoubtedlynrans 'lanters' Packing; and Preserving Company turned"on and the machinery and dif I;
> ,'< and hundreds of people from the
ferent of the la
At that time Mr. Scbrebnick was pres- hereby instructed to take immediate something more than usual importance and that, extensive parts plant put
neighboring villages aud cities assem- motion/ for tbe of several minutes'
told him thAt he (Schreb: steps to carry out this resolution space
and he
are contemplated no one with their of
I Improvements r bled to rejoice neighbors Arriving on tbe evening: trains were
nick bad no permit foe: the constructlot STREET COMMITTEE
) '-'-- Delray, who bave set the pace for Florida many visitors, after which the prearranged {
f of his buildings Clematll avenue; that Chairman Wellington, of the Street and solved the problem of profitable program was carried out,,, the
<**"? he told Schrebnick that he must comply Committee, reported that the outlet to Methodists to Gather trucking and fruit-growing. speaker ot the evening aa announced \\p' '

with the'',cty| ordinances concerning tile the mala city sewer bad become stoppedup ...t A representative 01 The Tropi ( 5un on'the 'invitations, being in the follow- '$

construction of buildings' In the fire llm- and had employed a plumber to Next spent the day in the!; village, gathering .log order:
',Y it, the ordinances, having been read to make an investigation as to the cause Here Week data and meet oK with the people, who J S. Suody.First President. ,

Sfhrebnick at that time. Schrebnick and report the same to him. Report accepted are amoug the most prosperous and J. B. Rice, President.
'>r faithfully promised then that be would. J f) -'- ----- happy in tbe State. Owing to the limited II. E. Morgan, Manager Canning De

1 comply with said ordinances. The correction The Tax and License Committee reported Methodist time in which to prepare a write- partment.E. .
The District Conference of the to be present.
i ? was made in the minutes that in case of C. W. Schmid's up for publication in this issue, it is impossible I O. Painter Director.
Episcopal church for- this district, I Arrangements are practically completed
OBSERVING THE ORDINANCES. delinquent city y mrr"tt could make no embracing the territory from Key Westto ;, in all details. connected with the con to give today a detailed account Wm. M\ Brown, Stockholder. "'

Lalnhart & Potter applied for a permit exception to' the Slaw, and his property : Daytona, will Convene in' this city ference meeting, and by Tuesday nothing of tbe great event. 'I George L. ftranniug, Stockholder.I

; to construct a building: aoxaa would have' to be entered upon tbe delinquent next Tuesday/ morning. May 33. will remain to be done but to extend A GALA OCCASION.All T. M. McRae Stockholder. p

and a shed 36x100 feet on the tax list for sale. Accepted,: i' Rev Frederick Pasco, presiding elderof the right hand of cordial greetingto day yesterday, and, in fact, for the Following these gentlemen several oth

( lake front south of the Laiuhart & Potter Alderman Pafrlsh, chairman of the tbe district, will be in attendance as tbe visitors who shall be within our past several days, the committee of arrangements er prominent speakers were introduced

dock. The: application was referred Fire, Water and Light Committee, reported -I will also large number of ministers and gates, and to make them feel wholly at consisting of Messrs.W. W. and spoke not only encouragingly but

back to the applicants and thdr( attention that the Dew hydrants recently I laymen. home as much as possible. Blackmer, P. Pederson, J. J. Schabinger enthusiastically of the enterprise. Tribute .

was called-to the fact that tbp ordi ordered \3 be put in h..d arrived and The sessions will be held in the church The entire week will be occupied in J. S. Wuepper and George G. Stacy, was paid by the speakers and everyone

'' cancel require the applicant to submit were being placed (in position as rapidly edifice corner of Datura and Poinsetta the conference work and many impor: assisted by the noble ladies of Delray, in attendance to Mr. W. It. Black

plans and specifications and slate the Itll possible.! streets, and.a cordial invitation is extended tant matters will come up for consider. was busy decorating the large buildingsof mer, who has, in the face of many diffi

'kind of material to be used when Asking t President Baker then, under the beadof to all interested in church work anon and action.Program. the canning factory, and more elaborate cultiessurmounted obstacles, financed

for a permit. miscellaneous. business read a communication I and tasty decorations are seldom the enterprise and placed It in successful
.' M. J. Yarborough also asked for a from Mayor Currie; also a seen Every; column of the building, operation ;

permit to make certain alterations and petition from several citizens which had Operetta NextTuesday ForDecoration ., every crevice and other place where it The program, 03 arranged by the committee

; Improvements the buildings ou Lot 7, been presented* at the called meeting of was possible to place ferri, palm, rose or Included dancing, and this was as

Block 6, and Lot to, Block 23. This the board last week. Mr. Baker then NightThe DayThe other article of decoration, was literally by no means the l least enjoyable feature

Ir application was also returned with the fully mated his position\ regard to the hidden, and one of the first and most of the evening, being continued until

t' request,that the city 'ordinances be com Schrebnick case. upon which the communications committee having In charge arrangements noticeable arrangements that greeted the the wee sma' hours.
plied with. bare. He had talked the operetta, "The Pixies Triumph, for the observance of Decor. visitor when he entered the building was The next issue of The Tropical Sun lti

/IRE DEPARTMENT. m.'tter over with tile Mayor, whom he will be given Tuesdaj{in.the public school auditorium ation Day are at, work on the details, the inscription! over the archway?: 'Wel will contain some interesting details in

bad told th ft, even if every one of the evening, at 7:30 by and will have ina come." The inscription was made of connection/ with the enterprise, tbishav
I Chief Cheatham, of the :Fire Depart from grades 3', 4 and 5. The!! cast everything completed been the of
pupils ing object the staff
members of the bad
he Council signed the few days, when it will be given to the cans, the ends of which shone and repre ;
ment, submitted a report In which of characters is as follows: sentative's visit to Delray. The objectof
Schrebnick and bad At I :
: building permit, public: who will receive, cordial Invitations sparkled like an electrical display. ,
of the'
stated that he had inspected all Jewel Scissors, Pixie King, Willie the factory, what it can and will do
done 10 without fully complying .with to participate in the ceremonies of the east end of the building was the ,
and found them In1 good con i Freuid.
hydrants tbe ordinances of the city, it was the' the day. American flag and it was exceedingly and what it means to the East Coast of
dition. A telephone pole was a serious i Know-all Do-Little King's executive; Florida, will be pointed Let it sufSce "
of duty of the Miiyor to ignore tbe petition The following Is to be the order of appropriate for the reason that it bore a out.
the at the corner Alfred Sadler.
obstruction to plug and see to it that the laas of the city exercises at the double meaning, bespeaking for the occasion at present to say that The TropicalSun
Clematis avenue and Tamarind street, and State were rigidly enforced. Mr. I Laughing: Gas, Pixie court physician; cemetery" liberty and protection for the voices the sentiment the peopleof j
;, and he recommended its removal. The in Carl Garrett Song, "America. Accompanied by a the city of Wea'.IPalm Beach and the
Baker arraigned the Mayor no unmistakable of instruments. country and especially for the East Coast
report was accepted and the thanks- Staj-Behind. Leader of the Pixie army j quartet entire East Coast when it says to the
terms, and said that because the Weatherwax.. farmer business of
the Council tendered the Chief. Sidney Wilson Prayer by Rev. F. progressive men Delray and
Council had failed to perform Its duty Reading, from' tile G. A. R. service Under the auspices of the Ladies' Im- community: "Well done."
discussion the position Ruth
Some arose over Fatima, Queen of the Fairies;
was no reason that the executive office
book the significance of the day
on by
of the telephone pole In question', Cook.
of tbe city should /jail to out hispromlsf's -
carty Comrade. F.
and the City Attorney stated that the Fanchon, Queen's Chill Associate; Eva Armstrong. MIsuse of Malls.
made under oath to his con. F The Red Men
State statutes pJoyided that where tele- Baker Song, "Tenting, on the old Camp I
stituency. Ground." Albert Sanford, Velvingtonis under
phone ,or telegraph poles were an obstruction Tbe Mayor's communication to the Golden Hair and Hesey, Queen's favor Reading of Presideut Lincoln's address arrest for using the United States mails Elect Officers ;
owning same after and Edith
j companies ite dancers Earnestine Lett,,
notice from the Councilwould Council was a criticism of that body for ; Merrill. Gettysburg, by Comrade WiltuonWhllldin. contrary>> to law. It seems that some ,
five clays' its failure comply with ordinances, time ago Sanford's wife left him and returned '
forfeit of franchise. Fairies. Before adjournment the Great Council ,
be to a and
a subject Chorus of Pixies
and it was Mr. Baker's'purpose to. show to the home of her parents, Mr.
) Decoration Song by double of Red Men
President Baker then hauled the Mayor music .of the operetta quartet. in session in ibis I city elect.
that one error or mistake did not excuse Unfortunately Address by Rev. II. Delahay Paine and Mrs. John W. Clark, of Ojus. She '
ed the
having"carried voices following officers: ,
over the hot coals for not is rather high for 'children ,
another. The President asked each of the for her
and Chorus "Cover them alleges cruelty as cause
Song ,
out the Instructions of the Council,which If their effort does not equal that of a over Great Sachem, Wm. Skelton, Key
the four members who signed the "curb 1"0 I with beautiful Flowers" I action, and says she Intends to applyfor West
several weens ago,instructed the Marshal ; Prima Donna it is hoped that tbe public
to ''arrest the parties who had violated stone" permit if Mr. Schrebnick, had will not be too critical. All persons Benediction by Rev. Henry IIice. the divorce. After leaving her husband Senior Sagamore, B. M. Wade Punta
the ordinances in regard to poles fully complied with the promises made welcomed. Decorating the graves by the children wrote her mother postal cards on Gorda.
will be I .
U, and bring them before the Mayot, the to them, ''or bad be Imposed upon their -- :------ under the charge of committee of ladies. JI which was indecent, libellous, scandalous Junior Sagamore, W. G. Hobbs Day
/ Marshal stated that the Mayor confidence?'*continued the presiding: of( During the elect-ration a quartet of I and defamatory wording. The matter tona.
having ficer. A full supply pineapple wraps and instruments I was put Into the hands of the ;
t will music.
play appropriate Great Chief of
instructed him to the effect that he would received. Records. J.L. Rankin.
crates,also crate material just ities and Sanford was brought
Alderman Par'rlsh one of the signers, i. allthor'l Palatka.
,- personally see that the poles were re Call and get our prices before you make : I United States Commissioner f>o
moved. It was further shown that the said that he had told Schrebnick that he and Milk Cream and Butter I I. Great Keeper Wampum, p. F. Lan-
(Schrebnick) had no permit the Council your purchase East Coast Lumber 'Archibald In Jacksonville on bach Orlando.
light company bad also failed to remove io-4t on sale by the Lake Worth Produce Co. I I ,
Supply Company 101 this week. After examination, the
had not acted upon it; that be was Great Prophet C. I. ''
Instructid Rowton. Palatka.
its poles "on Banyan ,street, as Sweet Milt io cents per quart
i held under bail for
going ahead with building operations I prisoner was fjco I Great
to the Great
ordered the Council.. Buttermilk
and by io cents quart
contrary to the ordinances of the city : action of the next grand jury. The 'I Council of the United
Miami. State. w.
Killed at Skim Milk J.
MOVED. 3 cents quart
POLES and at his own risk. Mr. Baker thought, charge Is a serious one aud if White, Jacksonville. I
The following resolutions were then however, that Schrebnlck's buildings Dave,'Monger, a negro, was shot and Clabber Milk 5 cents per quart Sanford will have to serve a convlcted'j'l 1'ruateu-JI, Merwin. J. W.
Sheriff A. P. Cottage Cheese to cents per tin : Salisbury
a" killed In I Miami by Deputy !
and adopted: penitentiary.
presented were no more a menace to the block la and B. Dougherty. \
Council Gore lost Wednesday night.( The dep. Homemade Butter 35 cents per pound ---- ----
It resolved by the City than
Be which they stood l many of the other I The Great Sachem made the following
That the Hast Coast Telephone Company buildings in the block and he thought uty sheriff had arrested alld'waa conveying --- -30 cents'- per quart Mr, A. BOtwell and little daughter, appointments G. S.. J, F Hoffman.

I* hereby required to move the telephone that' the property owners of the block i the negro to jail' when the prisoner Notice. Miss Fannie, left Thursday for the West Palm Beach; M., Tom, Jlolde ''C

pole at the corner of Tamarind and Clematis hould sign the petition for a permit and : attacked him and succeeded in gettingpossession North, where Mr. Oiwell will place the Palatka?G. of W.. J.B. Cox, Fort Myers

avenue, the same interfering with allot,* the board to issue a legal permit, of the officer's revolver. Before The members of the-Fanny Haralaon little JIrlla school for a term of vean.I G. of F.,J. F Jibb. Judiciary', commit;

the operation of the fire hydrant and be. thus foreyer settling the matter. the prisoner! could use the weapon Gordon Chapter, U. D.'C., are requested Later be will go West, probably as far as tee-Salsbury, Hlnco'' and Walker.

log a serious menace In case of firer and Alderman. Wellington,one of the,signers the deputy" regained possession and I to meet at,the home of Mrs. F, B. Ever I I the Pacific coast. lie expects to be absent Finance Committee-Kelly,. flatter, aDd,

that the Mayor l io hereby instructed to pat his signature to the petition.with when again attacked fired at the negro ett, ou' Monday afternoon, May 22, at S from' the! city the remainder of the Albnry. Great Board of Appeals-Met-.
oat this tbe shot proving/ fntatj, A coroner's jury o'clock. In response to a call to discuss '
take Immediate steps to; carry the understanding that no buildings were year. calf Dyson and DuBoIs,
; resolution; also to move the telephone to be erected but that Certain repairs was empanelled beard the evidence In the observance of Jefferson Datls' birth ,

t".; pole at the corner of Olive and Banyan I the cue and returned a verdict exonerating : ., day, MRS. F. B. EYERKrr. pres. While slack. try;* little advertising The Tropical Sun Is ..ways .*--.Ie 1

I,4, streets,.which interferes with traffic, the <<:..11...... tv r..... s.lh the officer.' I.BILA D. ANTHONY, Sec. and see if it will be different at ldnr A Boa's. ,


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I '(THE TROPICAL SUN. the paving; projects than sacrifice ordinances relative to the erection of .....--,,_. ..1>...--.t... _. ...t.t- ...tl1t ---.."....-.-....- .,..\.... "

1i Y what a generation cannot replace. buildings within the city limits and relative : O"'P..E -A.33OTJT: Ova ,
M t Pioneer Paper ol Onto County, Florid Weadmlt [ to erecting buildings la the. fir, THESIRKIN
that inasmuch as thestreets ;
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limit until :Mr.. Carl Scbrebnick should Ten Reasons Why Prize Contest .
'(' belong to the city It has a legal right .. i'
Wednesday : ,
: Every and Saturday have complied with the aald ordinances: i Jf ..JJHU 1 : a, ;
fe AT w.aT PALM *'*0..,OAO' oou,,,''(.-onio. to remove the trees,but we deny tbat Aud Whereas, The proceedings had CO.
\ it has a moral right to do so. ,
!< in tbe Mayor's Court In the case: of the
i: SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 3.OO! PER TEAK. "Ia tbe strictly business portion'sof "
city versus Mrs. Carl Schrebnick has A \
I, -- any large city it Is not convenient .. V
resulted in a 'fiasco, '
+ Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y, ] to have shade trees growing;but that And Whereas, There still exists a DRESSERS iro MENHave''our ', naY 1'}'i,

.' CHAS.: B. KENDALL, Manager. I does not apply tri the residence por certain building on Clematis avenue on I ,;
," tions. Then', too, it should be appa- lot' it of block erected sad: nqw In'the Feet t

I, ", "tend m tli a..ckl..matter.* Poatvfflc of W;.t ftudk B m!h :' rent that pa\'logtbeatreets and side process of construction, of Mrs.. Carl Ever Been Tickled P ,, h, t J

,ry":nI : walks only increase the necessity for Schrebnlck, for which no legal permithas l I ,,;

shade. Tbesunshinlngonthesmooth been granted aa provided by Section They WILt be If pou win put\ tbetrfia w ,
"; GOOD ROADS. 195 ot! the Revised Ordinances of this one'of OUR shoes I j
stone or brick pavements. reflected
( Tbe subject seems to Lave been i city; therefore be! it I
I t ; with an Inten8ity'that is.never felt
i' thoroughly; covered lathis! and other where it shines only on the sol.earth, Resolved By the City Council that Which we, ,have, just ',.t 1 Judges in this d Jt*>.-t will'11! e li"
the mayor be aud he Is hereby instruct Mm' Vlririnirt OiUrl; ( <(li-l.t.. Dlh"Ceti: Brine Lnmploffi: Miss Ka Yaulx ) '

r;I; States, yet there is ap('opportunity, and for that reason aloneU 1( there ed to take'such other and further lawfuland received from the The points of mei hI I hut,, will likely influence tbem.jp determining' ,

# for the United States Government to was none other, putting down pavements appropriate action In the premisesai the winners will, be i '. '.>W > .' Ij'

r,, cometothereliefoftbevariou8Statey and preserving or planting may be necessary: to enforce said ,ordinances W. L. DOUGLAS Brevity "v r '

trees should go; together. In short,' and prevent the maintenance ol/ nievernesa of construction ol answers < -r., ., ;
governments in aiding this project., Reasons Instead ol[ mere statements. or assertions .0
y In'
erected violation of said
shade trees add to the beauty;com said building v'I
f > SIDE CO' Remember this, girls, when studying answers. ,
;' [ } If the:Rational Government would ordinance. your
fort and healthfulness of city ,
? any I This closes June 3d : 6 All
contest Saturday ,' at; p.tn.[ answers
,,4 but build, the roads with the understanding and it Is almost a crime to removeor On motion of Alderman Alderman McDonald the made :Especially toe '''Us in ,the latent I must tx in before that time.1 'v/ "

1 'that they must be kept destroy them." resolution was adopted, Par- color and style: I' '

'' I ; "I 1'' by the people of the State, it would up Probably the lower house defeatedthe rlah THE voting TELEPHONE In the negative MATTER.The From $3' to $5Or I Hatchett-DaCama.ra, Hardware Co,,; ', ::(, ::v"

I 'f 'r not require so great an appropriation specitl committee to whom was *. '- Wholesale Retailers oT Hardware' ';. '
} geological: bill on the in of 'I
and the benefits to be derived : survey entrusted the application>> of...Dr. .J, .E. one our West ,Palm Beach. Jflorida '.:
i' r might the for ground: that'''e could discover with Llddy and others for a telephone franchise UEEN ,
: t amply repay people a "
out it whatever was profitable. Of reported that up' to the present .
: dl little extra work in this line.
had been reached UAITxPerfect ;':
time an agreement not :
: course we found phosphate how I : : 'I"
1 :: ,I In'discussing: this. question in the between the city and tJr.: ; Liddy. The : "i
long did it require and bow Rest \ ,
,', JVaabington Post, Mr. J, J. Irinaays many '''latter held out for an exclusive franchisefor "
I foot'as. "tit
I fits Parls-nibde I
which the ,
....' sold rich lands for a song, where a s. term of thirty :years which was "
?, ; f : would' not thought best by the committee to glove fits the band. :
\ survey give them a fortune? JHJBKIUBMT'S Wa.rPalmIIeace.Aprne.l9us: '.
:; /;' "This Government has done absolutely accept. After'' much dlscussiorji In Boots f 3 and {3 50

I, r! I'I nothing to help build roads It is true today that the potters of which It was brought out that the: city OdordsS2.50 and {3 PLEASE TAKE NOTE.We ""W3' a

;I ; 'i the great arteries of such vital concern East Liverpool and Trenton are importing council very anxious to extend every : .

i I'' ? to the internal commerce of the clay from Germany that is possible and reasonable concession to THESIRKIN have received direct an original ch st from China of the finest, ::

( country and to its religious: educational any company that will guarantee a good "
in Florida and have '
common we undoubtedly '
t It ... decided BREAKFAST TEA ,
t'' \ \ '. and social advancement. Thin other and up-to-date service, CO. ENGLISH ,
sources of wealt.hstUllylolr should further confer
: Government has expended a half billion that the committee Tbis particular Tea |18 of the choicest selection for tbe most fasttdeous ;
idle because unknown. He with the applicant for a franchise and
1 I i'i'i\, dollars, nearly, on rivers and at the next regular meeting of Block lover of tea, of extra fine young leaf, grown In NING- i

: S harbors. This was the people's who won't spend u dime to make a the report council West Palm Beach, ,Florida CHOW and MANKIANG. Its 'flavor'' and fragrance; suit the

,a i money, and it was voted, like the dollar will always) walk in a poor The following bills were then audited choicest purchaser, "

:' 188,000,000: in aid of the Pacific man's shoes.-Times-Union... and ordered paid: -- It Is not the cheapest tea you can' purchase, but its quality is of \

4 : railroads-not back to the people- Jury accounts and witness fees, $8.50. tbe very dearest, and purchasing in the; manner and from tbe j

1-;, but to the few; classes,we may as well An exchange says : "There l la one B. F. Carter, hire of horse l77< S. H. RICHMOND, Agent source tbat we did, we are enabled to place it before you for ?, '

The Department of Agriculture R E.: Seyle, street work, |i8 oo. J,
in Grant Land
i sentence the English language that Board then adjourned to meet Friday Company
says 'lOOOOoooeO'woold systematically Instead of being obliged to charge a dollar.which Isjits real value. ,
; : '' :
has .aa easy time and there Ie no prospect night when it was decided to act upon REAL ESTATE. :,
,' and scientifically highway < laid ,. ..... ... rIII. r-..,
hul1dlnlF permits over. l "" "''' *' --' n ,1
j \ .l,{ the whole country. 'The idea that of Its being overworked. It Is CUTLER. FLORIDA, ,;

,1,0 one-half that sum is a menace to our composed of these four words: It was The Orlando novelty works and lumber

;'' financial stability won't stand up at my fault. The most notable occasion yards were destroyed oy fire May 18. L. W. BUBKHAKDT :Finest Groceries

'': that has Loss about $30,000, with very light: insuraoce. .
all in 'a
country already
I on which it was used was by RobertE. t3f H will pay 'you to purchaseour CouponfBooks.l .
I thrown away $800,000.000 in the ____

;; ,,/ far-away Philippine Islands. But no Lee at Gettysburg." ....k........' o..t..., I

:fW f : 1\\', one proposes to build a national system "The more I read Shakespeare* said
Keats, "the more I find In him all thatI
'.!Y "f of roads out of the national If the legislators had only favored need." It has been said of Wagner ',-" I itnrnrnnmrrnrnrnnnnrnrnr

ti(';0''' \ treasury. Tbe good; roads in bills the contemplate full Sunday baseball and had played a.. that that hi.fI'eatnel'he knew no was Latin dne to Perhaps the fact are'' known by whet ah.,'has ," " '''''''''''''''''''',' "nnrrnnrrnrmnnrrnrnrnrnrre " " '
co-operation game; every Sunday, instead of playing a'rowtl. Por h.lr a century tbq

: : seD8H of the word between State and all the week would have Shakespeare' "little Latin and small Allad bays otln been tc ths.tand.rA-h.n.q.rains. biggery b4 '?
they not
Greek" also saved him from a sterilizing t.r eroea lbw etlr otbe Bela
A Nation. If the Government furnishes had so many errors charged up bondage to dead classics. However all In.toto.u...m. appllawtaD. teen Me.4 A.al T l ieJel( pharmacy i

t one dollar the State must furnish one that may be his genius transcended
9 the limit of the againslt them, very pertinently remarks all schools and all the limitations of M, FERRY A. CO.,
:. 'i I dollar, and so on to D.trolt,Mlpfl.t Clematis Ave. and NarcissusStA
r J24.000.UOO provided for in the Gainesville Sun. coteries. He la our supreme national 5' ,
a Browolow bill." asset If we were asked the question : i a r c I + A foaming glass of soda would ::::
whether we would be without India or taste good, now, wouldn't M Well :::
The Government would not mind It may he all well enough to TALK Shakespeare, Is there one true Englishman := come and get it. It is here waiting .w

the sum necessary to pay half the about cut prices. It is equally\ well not who would not say, with Carlyle, ..N.NN.NNN..N == ;4' for you all the time. Is tbere any ==
''i' to believe everything that you hear. "India or no India we cannot give up "i = kind you dote on ? It is here. And
expense: of conducting; good roads, Facts are the BEST things to Jlo..by.: our Shakespeare?"-London,News.I : C'he palms == there are quite a number of new __
and in case of it being necessary, to and == !flavors and combinations are fit ==
Call at Faber Brothers' market
grocery I :: for angels.. Yon know, of course, ::
I '
Blaolt T
i, ,i inform the people of the rnrul districts and get them. 17 tf It Is true that tbe Snaltee.rattlesnake and I Now Open. == bow we serve our soda ; in good, ==
I 'f glasses.' of flavoring j
of an impending dangerroads i the black snake are mortal enemies, == generous
and soda. Not any more froth
; :I: might play an important part. They COUNCIL DEALSIN and the black snake la the victor In A large, homo-like Hotel ''well appointed than we can help. Come today. _
"' their battles breaking the neck of his : and beautifully located, glv. a&L Come every day
tu are of vast,interest to the rural mail "RED HOTS" adversary before: the rattler has time to low the comforts without the cost of ___
"Headquarters for
delivery to the farmers, who couldI strike. Tbe black snakes of this country : the more expensive. ones. Situated, ont i ==. FL... a '1"':
are as harmless as frogs. On many: : Lake Worth opposite the Royal =a.- PULASKI CREAM ==

t. !t.,. unite/so control the great Government is their should strength; they of Continued: from pK t. of they the are large tamed plantations and kept as In a protection the south .. Eloctrlo Poluclana bells.Hotel Good White ftablnff,waitress, bunting ;;;, :fJ u ii uuuu 1 11 1 u liJl uuuu' li uuui >1 u uiluuuluuiuulauuruuca' 1 1( S:

and alterations were to be made. Before : and boatlno; ttU.BOsndS8.OO:
t" I numbers. the buildings had progressed very tar he, from their enemy as tbe warns climate per day. Special rate. by tbe week. J
prevents keeping the houses clOHd'Ie I
Y The TOisappropriations of this country aa chairman of the Street Committee as to keep them out | The o.OKOttOSto tOSOS! >.Oa>.0 tOKOatO>tO o ,.o.o.o.o.o.o.O.o.oooo
I \ attempted to atop work on them, and i palms J "
would give roads all O
us good over
toed the laid Scbrebnick that he was humoring Lunatic. West Palm Beach Florida X

the land, and as the rural element is working without a permit front tbe city Some years ago a very wealthy man :........*.+NN.*..N....* I G. G. Strohm Company *O
the behind the Government, it and violating the ordinances. He considered In England got It Into his bead that
that Scbiebniclc had imposed he had lost all hIs money. To pacify Os
should be reco niztd. -Gainesville him his ____
sons told him that they had
I d, upon the honest intentions of the Coun -----r
a 4 Ii: Sun cil. saved the remnants of the estate and i FAMILY GROCERIES O
======- were able to offer him employment asa A.
r'r/ i iJ Alderman Potter had also signed the L. WILSONMANUFACTURER a O
PRESERVE THE SHADE TREES clerk. At $7.00 a week be workedas It
t petition with the understanding that a happy as a prince for the last twenty !: Or Food O -
Under the above caption,the Montgomery few minor Improvements were to be : years of his life. When he died his Fancy Products O

h (Ala.) Advertiser has the' speedily effected, and was not [ID any state amounted to nearly $15,000,000.Two : Boots and Shoes r o ItO
way led to believe that a building was to
following to which applies to ., r 'Grain and Provisions. ItO
'I } say constructed. The petition was signed l ffe ta. Repairing in AU Kinds of Leather It
i i West Pulm Beach: on Oct. I, and he had almost forgottenthe Mr. O.-What are you crying about. Goods o 0
my; dear? Mrs. O.-I have Just been Neatly Done
One of the most powerful elements occasion. He bad been misled and reading the old love letters you sent ,- JEFFERSON BLOCK i
r i -in- civic-_ improvement and in beauti- bad beer Imposed upon by Schrebnlck. me before ,we' were married. Mr. C.That's .- Indian Tanned> Buckskin *
i, t i.. tying; a city Is shade and it is! one to A HOT RESOLUTION. funny I was reading them u Z West Palm Beach Florida. IT

;4'' 1, which least attention Is paid. Some:) President Baker then asked Alderman me myself laugh.tbe other day and they; mad I ana Horsehide Shoes 0 -1-190* g O

S people do not know the value or shade' Grier to take the chair, when he aroseto 1 taoitotio>tottoioMoioioM03soisr Mot.olsolaollolsolso7.etsol.oseoroFi9est
his feet, rolled op his trousers and FOR TENDER FEET
trees ID a city, leaving out the question
!l of beauty altogether.; In the waded Into the mu"dy'watns with a Olive St, North of New Jefferson Bio
vim tbat caused several spectators to
words of a New England writer: Boarding
scamper toward the door. lie said .
the surface Printing THE TROPICAL SUN
f 'There are crawling upon he regretted tbat Mayor Currie was not

1 i of the earth remorseless men.smitten present at the meeting. He said that he Desirable. people who wind n pleasant Working Night and Day l > Job Department

;j with bll.ndness and inwardly dead, was willing to shoulde his part of the place to atop at while In Went Palm The busiest and mightiest little thing ,

whose only, thought of a tree i ia that blame for all of tbe mistakes that had Boacb will find "MINARET COTT Aoe." that ever was made Is Dr. King's New ,,

and the been made since he had been memberof on Olive Street between Kvernln and Life Pills. These pills change weakness I
f it is food for the axe: saw a Fern, Just such a place Nice, clean CITY: MEAT MARKET
i }: "Pretty severe language that is; the Council. The substance of President rooms, neatly furnished t comfortable I Into strength, llstlessness Into }

: but It applies to some of our fellowcreatures. Baker's speech was a genuine roast, bed| good wholesome food ; VERY energy, brain-fag Into mental power. Florida .,ad Western' Meats 1'onltry, Game and Eggs. ,

y )' In the tblckly.woodedIi for the Mayor, who he said, under the moderate price, are the rwommnndatlons. They're wonderful In building up the #-
Only a limited number of Mail Orders Receive Careful'
W"" of had roomer health. Only 25o box. Attention. ... I
country the people have not seen the laws tbe city, promised under *can be accommodated. Table board per Sold by; all
oath enforce the ordinances thst the druggists. Jefferbou e1I '
to ; a, Block WEST PALM '
shade trees BEACH
: necessity of preserving; .specialty.MRS.
f violation ol the ordinances had been re- FPANK DARLING
but in the cities it is different. There peatedly pointed out to the Mayor by the I I i

every handsome tree ought: to beI Council and citizens, and tbat he (the I wish: to'Inform every perion within one
hundred mile of W>BtValm. Utinoli', that 1am
t'' I looked on as something sacred; but i Mayor) had shown a disposition oppose hore to repair your watches.clock* and FOR SALE. '

Ii ''F : it Is not. Scores and hundreds the the city laws the city government, HELP WANTEDTO Jewelry-to eyeglnmee. and lit your t
In will be destroyed and administer to suit himself. may want In my line. I urn not a "winter
handsomest trees a city; justice HANDLE vlattor' ," but a permannnt resilient, a property One Good Male.
I' to melee room for street and Tbe President termed the curbstone owner in Lade Co* and: perfectly reiponaible .
for any buHlnesa you mar have One Damp Cart.
: eidewalk paving.; Trees which cannot building permit as 'bogus," sod the' GBIFFINQ'SPeaches to transact" with me. Watches and Jewelry One ,
In need of repairing maybe Mitt Set Harness.
by rnl tor-
verdict of the jury In the Scbrebnick {
be replaced in a quarter or half acen- ed mail orexpreea I will examine and re. .v
trial as "premature" in so far aa the and CantaloupesRvadv return. mail-If the price !I. not WALLACE R. MOSES,
tury'are cut, down or dug up to get a po/actnry yon oan order tha (rood* returned Agent Woodlawn
Mayor was concerned. The Presidentthen .without charge. have had. twen Cemetery.
clean,place to lay pnving;-etonee. It about June Int. (MO acrea Pnanhea, 100a.rost.antaloupsa ty '
read tbe following and Crop estimated, MHO eara, houiee ineNnewinYorkwaandila'tlmoide; :. : I -
t'' may be argued that necessary street asked for its adoption: We nuoil lou exiwrientted .>houeemen. : yern head'Watchmaker and "for \ Kodol
be without white I and :rid pffknra n(*(laid man. white or jmnleaf, I Cronbj Co., f.\I.\::: Dyspopsia.Cw'e
;i improvements cannot made West Palm Beach, Fla., May 17, 19<<>5. colored. Good W........ Good healthy! pi"" ... to These faateoujcht to bexulllolent s, ur- PlgasU what
the and the live. Apply, stating experience, to anne that I understand my tronineu and you eat.
trees, Whereas The Cit Couucil at its
destroying ) spec-
: i i guarantee latlnfaotlon" In every 0_.
R argument: ;) may be legitimate: ; but we lal meeting held May 10, 1905, by resolu- The. Cuffing Florida Orchard Co, E. A. WALKER EXPERT WATCMHAKER AND OPTICIAN Do itt'fs

1j, doubt It. Better sacrifice some of lon[ instructed the mayor to enforce the .1.. fOOn..UI., Fla. ,Jefferson Block West Palm',Beach For Jffitf t Salve I
Pace Burn.
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1 The Goveno'sDainago' ; "Reniemlier, You Will tot Your Money Back, Hot Pleased//".I ," ) ,;' ;'1" "

: :Scheme .. ?' i ', : .\,'

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I, The following la the>tefctof tUe bin I toc' : 1r I .. ;

,,:\' ', trodttedt8theSehate'Th'ug1aibSenstns West; rUtlv! to- the'drainage auU.. H. J.Burlardt "' R J"B': "B' @' > N.

:, reclamation of the Everglades: Company } ', ,'"

\ "A bill 'to be ent1Ued.an act relating I' ,
\ ,i'
; to the drainage! reclamation of the .
It. tlurkbapdt, JI'NotIld4tet,' E. A. BurkhamH, Secretary '"I' ,
,, swamp and overflowed 'larids-io FlorIda;; B. .EJJUrkl"'rdtII'O: l>real to create a board of drainage coin mis- .
'.'', '. (. ,,
loners, prescribing, Its powers' 'and...its ..10< ( '.', "
duties, authorizing: est>,bliabmentof ."' I" .' I .

drainage district*, building of canals,. : ''l Ieea.i1era S .', S I: S '1rjHI;!' S.. S. ,. ,.

t levees?dikes and reHeryoIrS$ for thepur' .
pose of drainage Irrigation; and'tomi. UiJ: erty' Satin

"ski ; meree, the assessment of the dandy; to be .

L, drained .and beeefittdAbe.cofectfon'bf of- -'

.\iccessarv funda by.asie"iHent-of bene'.

-1 ; fits and'taxation': providing the management
; and' maintenance thereof and Taffeta Ribbon ,,'
for the exercise of the right; of' eminent J '

f! domain. and for'the'' 'sale and Use*of.aid EvetJtbinrW rth'Havina' .
lands for the purpooe,of"drainage,.recta-

I mutton and improvement)!afore* id. S

a "Be it enacted by the Legislature of Al1'Eolors, (

the State of Florida; '
... fc ; .
1 I ,
"Section i. The Governor; the Comp i

1 troller, the State' Treasurer,4h..Attorney S ::1:' All .

t General and the Commissioner of, Widtlis: .

Agriculture of the State of Florida; and If. you have the CASH; we will sell you < f .

g their aqcceMors in office; are hereby constituted : g

and designated a Board of All

Drainage Commissioner*,and are hereby anything you: want cheaper than any ]PricesLADIES' s

authorized and'empowered to eatabU'b.systertrof "

a canals; drain.*, levees; dikes

1; and reservoirs, of such imen8Iolls and other store, firm or individual

w depth as in the judgment of said board ,
is deemed advisable, to drain and re- "

A',. claim the swamp and overflowed lands TRY, US

/? within the Slate of Florida,. ; or such'parts ,: BRANNING BRO'Si 5

or poition thereof, as is deemed best by j

said Board of Drainage Commissioners
t' r "
from time to time and to provide for the i \ ,

,;., "' irrigation of tbe land* reclaimed, and to I IDo ,

( '" ti; maintain such canals, drains ,levees, i OUCFICCERS'WVWWWWW; ;
t. ;A dikes and reservoirs in such manaer, ; t .not let distance deter you from sending ue an order. Remember, ;
l '
will ,be most advantageous to the territory i t J

so drained tbe State Florida, Ita lOUt' store; in.as penrto' : : ;you us your nearest letter box, and ac; all times lie A?

inhabitants and the commerce thereof.

j "Sec. :a. That the Board 'of' Drainagi I will'be.pleased to answer any inquiry. ns to Roods; not quoted in this list., % %%
Commissioners are hereby authorizes t' I

i and empowered to prepare a list or list Our mail mail order'business fa growing. We would like to have you 3 3A t

of .11 the alluvial or swamp'and oval. PROFESSIONAL CARDS

! flowed 'taxable land within such drain .. _._ .. ,
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Remember I You will -----
on our list of satisfied patron get your money
.. age' districts and levy'thereon' an 'acre LAW.
! i < not exceedingio: cents per acre
j age !hack if not ph need. r\ o. CHILLINOWOUTII
per annum, to be fi nd'anauaJlyby..ald: '' .
'I Board: of Drainage Commissioners ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

the various Tax Assessors of1'the' vttrioui ,
counties embraced In part or in whole,, Lip tones' Tea, any bra'nl1.' 50 to 60 cents a pound West Palm Beach. Fla.GEO. a

Q within such drainage district; or districts Mocha addjJava; Coffee' in cans, 25ca Ib., bulk 200 alb a. CUKU1E
I r shall receive such list or lists end eater .r'" message; of interest to all. is conveyed in these few lines. It in that rich
t of The No: 14 Rio Coffee, ..15 eta a Ib., 2 Ibs for 25 cts Attorney and Couasellor-at-Law
the count
tbe same upon ,"' FLORIDA: men say they cannot afford to have the risk of keeping much money in
or counties in'1' which': nch'lands' May lie{; A Good Strong Tea, green; black or mixed ,, '" 25 cts a Jb WEST PALM BEACH
f" and the amount so levied by the Board TT P. UKANNJNG, house or office. Thieves, fires and accidents of all kinds nre far too numerous
! Royal Baking Powder < *:. 40 eta a lb.."Ib 20 cts .
' : of Drainage Commissioners in such man i. &> Counaellor-At-Law to make it safe. The Dade County State Bank West Palm Beach suggests c
, ner'And form as may be prescribed by Good Luck Baking/; Powder 3 cans 25 cts ,Attorney
the Board of'' Drainage, Commissioner) f Onice( over Bank. that the less money; you have the more carefnl you should bo of it. t '

f. from time to time which amounts shall 14 Ibs Sugar; > ..... *1-00 WEST PALM BEACH FLA Put it in the bank. t

be collected by tbe various.Tax Collect.; Oat Meal s three 2-lb packages; 25c M. IIOUIUNS,
ors of the counties wherein such levied S : S .
',: have been made aa other tales are collected Rice 5c... a lb., 25 Ibs |1.00 Attorney and Countffor-at-t.au E EIaimiiroad
"':.,. '. in accordance with lair, and pay White Deans lOc quart Will pnetio In State and Federal Court, I Get ,Laneto & Nashville ,
over said amounts collected to the
Pure Glycerine Soap 5 cents ti,
.j... of Drainage Commissioners. I. MIOTCALF,

. :.' "Sec. 3. That. the Board of Drainage Irish Potatoes 300' peck w aATTORNkYATLAW.NOTARY op your Y

' ['iIc: Commissioners be and it is hereby authorized The following
2calb Engine
: to exercise: that right of eminent Cabbage; > U.8. COMMISSIONER
Low Rates
domain in the condemnation of land for Armour's Breakfast Bacon .. .of' ..'. 15ca1b Win praotloeln Countydtateand federal RepairingE.
,' the location of its canals drain, levees, .. '. I Courts.LAND A SPECJAItT.OI1l".ID from Jacksonville to various point North
!,1 11 Star Ham 4>. '. 15c a Ib CASES and Went will be In effect on datmmuowo.Proportionately .
1 dikes"and reservoirs for the purposes TEOPICAL Svif Block low" rate from other jiolntn.

. aforesaid and may enter upon take and' White DacoD' .." \ 12%, sides lie West Palm Beach Dade County. Florida 'LolIl""lIIe.K.Rate16.40-- account United

use such land a* It may deem necessary J. rKAvis, Confederate Veterans Reunion. Jane 12-13
F Very Best Block Butter, 35e a Ib A. lacluiilve, with final limit Jul.0..
for each purposes and In ascertaining *. f ". "(', it SATIORNErArLAW M. BRELSFORD Portland Oregon Rate JM0.85, count
to be paid for such tioutu.and Clark Centennial Fair' tickets cold
I, : the compensation Pure Extracts, lemon, vanilla, strawberry, 't--' ">, 3 for 25c and NOTARY PUBLIC. certain date Mar lia to Sept :28, with anal
i' land or right of way, benefits to be de- limit return OO day..
Aaanto/. U. S.Fidelity *Guaranty Co,ol Real EstatePALM
'.. rived from such drainage shall be considered .. Table Peaches f 10,>10, and 25o a can Baltimore Md. San FranclHco' aDd Lou Angf.., Hate,S3.oo ,
i Avenue and Narcissus tickers sold certalndate* April I ID 14Inclu.ive
;jf Office at corner ol Clematis;
by the jury.Disastrous. Soap. 5 cents store, BEACH FLA. Smith. return limit 1 0 days t.A''ft'a;
fir' Pure Tar Potter's bicycle
'I Street, over or ale, not to exceed Nov, 811.

;,; Wrecks. I Pet Cream '* ,,3 for 25c., case'"of 4 dozen f 3.80 141901.: WEST PALM BEACH. Notary Public. Colleges to Ren Denver I Colorado Epworth, Hate League$43.60: ,Convention.tickets account International .

j; Carelessness is responsible for manya I ." MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Office,South Poinolana Hotel sold June 89 to July 80 Inclusive. ,finalroturu tl
r Dime Milk 3 for 25c.; 3.75 I limit AUK tt.Buffalo. .
wreck, and the same causes
railway u. MOOI, M. D, N.y.Rate'82.8O account, Annual
are making human wrecks of sufferer Pried Chipped Beef I 2 for 15c H. Meeting' Grand Lodge B. P. O. E ticket. Bold
from throat and lung troubles. Butslnce July a to Inclusive,with 1 Coal limit July aa
I ', .. the advent of Dr. King's New Discoveryfor Potted Ham 6 for 25o 3'j Toronto Canada.Rate'3 .:l0. account Internatlonai
Consumption,Coughs and Colds even ,.- Office over Potter's bicycle store, WEST I rto Learti Convention,
ticket old June aa Inclusive final
PALM BEACH. Residence near Royal return -
,,+ I'r' the worse cases can be cured and hopeless Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce "' Polnclana Hotel PALM BEA CFI. 12.1 h limit August 2B. 5 5
? resignation is no longer necessary. I Nashville Tcnn.,Rate f 16.38.account Penbody -
...., Mrs. Lois'Cragg of Dorchester Mass., paker'tf Chocolate .' 200 a blockIIuyler's B. POTTER. .>., j College: Summer School Vanderbilt Bib' .1
oral l Institute, ticket I Hold certain dates June
+ of whose life was laved by TJ
! '" Is one many S 11 July 4, final limit Sept. 80. ;
20c block
r Dr. KICK'S New Discovery. This great Chocolate ... a 8-Ui-9a: WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Knoxville' I ,l.nn.,tate$16.85acrountSum
,: remedy is guaranteed for all throat and .." 'I> mer School ol the Sooth, tickets' ; sold certain '
J lung diseases by all druggists. Price Cocoa ; 20c a can DENTAL dates June 18 to July la Inclusive, final re
free. turn limit Sept. 8 .q /, joe and Jt.oo. Trial bottles Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and all aches and pains. It is 13 II. MACY Brlntol: Teen.,n t.flS.8n. acrounl Annual
Meeting German Brethren,
Baptist ticket
":' Bilious Bill was getting bloated wonderful' in results v .-. 25: and 50c bottles lLa DENTIST sold I UD6 May oO U9:.! to 81 Inclusive,final return limit

,\, -: And his tongue was wouldn't muchly cure coated.him, 10 Good 5-cent Cigars for 25 cents Office in Jefferson Block I For hill f Information ached ulee and rate to
.. .. Patent insure him. .. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA any point North or Weet call on or write ,.
': Companies would not Cheroots OEO. J:. BERRl
.. 6 25 cents O. Fie Pass. Agent.
All his friends were badly frightened. package; TT\U. J. E. LIUDV 206 Wet.Bay St.,Jacksonville, Florida a
': But their spirits soon were lightened, 0 Duke's Mixture j: ./<' 25 cents
believed him,
: For Bill said-and they Dentist'Onioe
; Riser Pills relieved him. i t i .25 cents Stale :IMPROVED METHODS CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH JUDICIAL .
ti Rise," 0 Sensation First door west of Dad County t Clrcult.t>ad.Connty.Florida. chancery.
famous "Early
The little pllli, Bank their Margaret/ Arnold Groom ) F
headache, biliousness are adopted by as as soon as
sick 25nents Order
cure constipation 3 Seal of North Carolina WEST PALM BEACH, FLORDA Thomson > ,
their ionic effect on Harrison Groom ) ,
value is firmly established. To Harrison Thomson Groom t
+' the liver. They never gripe or sicken 6 Honest Long Cut ,25 cents You are hereby required to appear aad
but impart"early rising enerlty. Good of duties plead, answer or demur to the bill of complaint
children or adults. Sold by A. G. 8 Lucky Strike 25 cents la the performance our as exhibited against you In the shove dl
T. J. CAMPBELL styled came, at the court bouse at Miami. ,
Riegel.. Undertakers and Embalmers, all Dart County, Florida, on Monday June 5th.
Pure Insert Powder if it does not murder the insects come and ,get; .I A, D. lUOB.and It la ordered that the order d

s+ h.. Strictly Genuine your money back. It is quoted 28c At wholesale; We 11'111',11 Jana-Up-To-Now modern aids approved by science or be week publl-hed lor four In cnnaecutlve The Tropical week Hun*. once each,

Most of the patent medicine testimonials you one pound .for 25 cents ; in ten pound lots :21 cents good taste are in use, and we haveno IM'b Done day and ot ordered Ajirll,A.at D.Miami 1905., Florida, this

, are probably genuine. The follow- hesitation in claiming that we can E. a DEARBORN.
,f. lag notice recently' appeared the AtchIson Eddy's Ball Blueing 3 cents BLACKSMITHINOj HOUSE flX Ct Seall] Clerk Circuit Court.
; (Kan.) Globe: "Joe Tack a well- give; the best service at the most reasonable Ueo. G. Currle Complainant's Solicitor 4
, known engineer runningon the Missouri 28 lots of Orange and Vegetable Land ln'5-acre tracts situated at Cocoanut SHOEING, GENERAL cost. Apl le-w5FOLtIONEYMWTAR

h' Pacific between WiclilU and Kiowa lately Grove' Florida the most prosperous fruit and vegetable growing I
It appeared in a big one, with a picture, REPAIRING AND Lady assistant.
I I and when, be was lu this office today we section on Biscayne Bay 1,000 a tract

l.>....... asked him about In his it.stomach He say and be thought had terrible 26 lots (.r land 100 feet front on Ocean and 100 feet on ,River x 1320 feet PAINTING'WAGONS J. B. 'McGINLEY ,.,...,.". a. ewfb awns .. ........

.! he bad pains cancer. His druggist recommended dcx-p $500 a lot __ _... ... .... ... .._u_."_". ",,.,__-'_.,,"_.

Kodol.and be say it cured him. Tbese lots are on the Hlllsboro river front on both banks, and have amagnificent BUILT TO ORDER Palms Corner. Doe Mlnu'to' Cure
recommended It to other, who were Cough
Ocean front. They are 23 miles of the Royal Poin-
also cured." Kodol Dyspepsia Core digest ; Open day and night FOP Coughs, Colds and Croup.DYSPE'PSIA .
I aeastta Ave West road
for safe Investment that will,
what vou eat and cures all stomach cinna Hotel If yon are looking a yield *

+ tronbles. Just assorely the inn shine five hundred per cent In a few years now, Is the jme' to! snap up, this
yonr stomach can be brought back to Its want'ln tbe real estate line.. We
originally pure condition and Hie sweetened bargain. Write ua anything!: you

by this lasting and truly tbe greatest can, put yort on to a number of good thing. CURE
Sold by A
digestant known
,Riegel', '
candles Drawer 1> Palm Beach, Florida .DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
? Finest Una of the "3aVW will not sell to dealers. 0' TW$1 A0 ksMKeontslna JH HsMSIa Ma dm.'wklek. salts.. 10....*. b
y I ,ewskl'.be1len': ...-..easy a* *.. lAMsatoav .*

School desks and lnk suDptls..a4) We p'oaltltet/8ve! you 25'cents'on every dollar spent for Orocettee.I JB. C. -WXTT tic COMPAKV, CHICAGO.-fj;,
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iNGAGEMENT In olden days an Bullish noble enter OF COURSE. .

ed A barber shop and, upon Inquiring Florida East Coast Rile
for the master was answered by _o .. .
!: < i! t IS NDW I IMMINENT' apprentice !of fourteen that he was not -" .

I ,,. at home. "Do you shave', then" asked 171"5.SOUTJI.IO".DIIAD
62. In Effect
the duke. "Tea air, I always do" was local Time Card No. April .

jl the reply "But can you shave without
? Aglt "aOIlTJl.lO".D-IttAD "\ f.f ,,1
It la Believed Admiral Toga cutting "Yes air; I'll try answered
I the ;youth "Very well" Mild the
; \ IDs Will Attack Russians. duke, while seating: himself and loading r SS Ha'tl tIT TlO". .O8. He. f/ r

y 7 t __ his pistol. "But, look bere. If ;you p Ball,. O.0'.llh

i let any blood, as true as I sit here I'll f Mp 0a X.T ,..-...#aoboaYlUeU t op a M* "t
; JAPS' FLEET IS BELOW FORMOSA Ufp $ as..Ja.k.o.vme.-.Lr gaga '
blow brains\ outl Now consider .y. :: .
;your sup T 0*
J I well before ;yon begin." Siapllsa.! -- 'B5Ha.Unng-- .... -, ,
; Women and Children Removed From r .._... Falnikr- altp
( ,il c. 4 i After a moment's reflection the boy; Y M pu toteop .a
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; ''I,1 li I, 11 Iy,i' ;' Tamtul, Which Is Under Martial began to make ready and said, "I'm not SIP 33 IBp MPalatka" Lv 41 p ,J ,
J l ". ,..,. / N P. W a ,
frald of cutting ;you sir," and In a 1 GO .MP UMaMs. Lv r.uu.r At ... .
? y Law-Fourth Russian Squadron I.'I la short time bad completed the feat with- ,''" 0\, /n 'I : t I
a atop lOOp.At ,.,_Mti MateG.- 150'.:
l 'I: Ready to Sail for Eastern Watera. out a scratch, to the complete satisfaction \ 'd 110. aOO.Lv Ban rates- e. p C
tl of the duke. In gentle tones ltlp Lv .... .Jt.o/a.-r.. Lr : Wp : so a y, r
{ Amoy China May V--xt lg beUeT"e his grace asked "Were you not afraid cI; e p .. B.nuell-w. MpIfp Ma4t A. '
I e ,., 1 111I. pt
ed l that of the Japanese fleet is tPIl.'t r-.r ,
part i of having your brains blown out when 0\ 6 Orlllon4. $Sr lOp a rOt
taking up a position oelow Formosa you might have cut me so easily" _D.y_ $009 4 {TaMp ro'" 1

I and that Admiral Togo baa planned to "No. air; not at all because I thought / II / II 5055>Up'lllp up Arpi -> __Tarorange_.: a IMP 4 ate It*a ::!. ,. \)-

I llglit the Russians south of Formosa.; that _. soon as,I should happen to let 44 1
1011. t 19 A* -c,, ". Helm_ L" J 49pl : lOp O
The Japanese get orders from this any blood I would cut your throat be- 10 SB. 115!p _i OranpOtI7! .. 8SpUNp Mp10MMM la1
>! '} { vicinity at night time. fore ;you could have time to fire." ... 10 41 a 4 00 p ___X>ini. OUr .Junction.-. .. i tap i nt

1't der The state of martial law first declared The reply won from the duke a handsome E- .ISp **lp IT.. _. ......Hew Smyrna. errs.-. T.t I :NP: : :N'k:: '
s reward. It need scarcely be added 1 10 OOp .Ip ,..- _0 kHill_ '
,'I t at Ta-msuJ, island of Formosa he resumed his dangerous c:: 10 Up 110PAr _Titu mi._. + lUp SMal .
f and subsequently made .general all never o \ '
threat In a barber shop. A lesson was too* .. .u ... -. ? BauMM .. "LV 0fl
throughout the Island baa been followed .f.fr 1- YON i Lr"ford U .00. =:I 1t
taught him for life.Beek' .
; by the appointment of a military l e es p 5 H p LN .TttnartU*. X.V lUp S N a icy
isr executive and the moving of the 9 clap 4NOr UMp i l al
_ it l Harrow' Kaeape. lies p ,_.. One's'r, ._ lJi / .a ;I ;lr
women and children from the Pesca- David Beck, the celebrated portrait u ea p 4 41 PSlip ', Baa Oalli*. : 1 ttaU4

7 ,; ,t, lore Island to Foro8a. painter and pupil of Vandyke, while iao a at 4Mpiasiej Tp --, "elbottme....'-ttaA__1- 04*a_|11 l >4aU 1 a fA ;fps'S.

ti'f' traveling through Germany was suddenly .. .. 1 B s:e : :s3: err -ravI1a P4ooe: o.a luaN 00 I
j f Fourth Squadron Ready to Sail. taken ill and to all appearances $ 5)eo .. 11.'oe .;- 'l'lbha',. too g N.11.. '0. ,
St. Petersburg May .-It is announced died and was laid out a corpse. His Ilia.0a 'It1 e.l1l1 .
E 1' -44 11 u. 17 -I ? ...."....00-1- tit- 11 is* IfJ
from Cronstadt that Vice Admiral round the bed grieved
; servants sitting ( u .. : op tJ:
t' : Wrelef: commander-in-chief at heartily for the loss of so good a master $ 155 : ._.._Hob*Romd_.::1 4Sai MMp g. F
a.t IT a.a _._w.i j-r"*"_ 1 af 1.10
i Baltic ports has ordered the commanders and as grief is thirsty drank as U 0.. Up rr _Wea' Palm _."-. .T4' 4.e.TM <*P 4 V: itilla '
\ .' ( In the fourth division of Vice Admiral heartily at the same time. One of them == 59_ Up : .Bomto.JDvlmy ISp a'U
g 4 4*aI4 9 sap ,. .r Tie* oapMp
," i Rojentvensky's fleet to hold becoming more befuddled than the rest! : $ ::I s .i a 10 ai p -----..Lauder'e. IS* 115
I : then addressed his companions thus: ..". '. OSOp, ,Dalila 1_ .10
: their ships In readiness to leave for 5 IS a 10 41!p + "all.IId.'"., -w "II f Mp
i('I' the Far Fast by without fall. "Our master when alive ,was fond of 'I .11'.IIC1fp _Lemoe Clp_ It a TMp
\. !:, ; bis 'glass. Let us out of gratitude, J, an* 11 up As Irlamh.L."a.. M|>

l'' 't. then give him one now he is dead." "You landscape painters aro so original." I Dally Dally

'\ British Steamer Seized. Assent was given; the head of the dead "Reallyl" Kx.Bun.. HOMCCTCAD: --TENSION: I ba/ '

r.; ,4! Toklo, May 17.-The British steam painter was raised up and some wine "Yes, You always have your own views on the subject." .

1. 1t.\jL er LJncluden was seized by a Japa- poured down or spilled about, the fra- Lv __JInamI Ui-- '
t 15 of Korea. 100.1= U -- -- n.-"' Lv 5 45 i
peas warship May south grance or spirit of which caused Beckto ',
,3! "
,!. The French steamer Quang Nan was open his eyes upon which the servant
I .... tl N.. tl No. II No. 11 .
.r ,?V y. captured 1>y a Japanese warship on then who, being drank half forgetting 0.1" Iunday Cwl4ay Bu....' O.lly U .AYPONY "aNCH.{. tII. sandal.eMq N..IONwpNwle. .Odll 'f i,

same date near the Pescadore islands, his master was dead, forced down the b/.. Only On"" 0.'" lEa aii.1 D.flS. pair Oary E5a.. "

traits of Formosa. remainder of the glass. The painter ;V
'Jil1' aool 145 pp 9 N 00 Lv-JaoUo"911e&I eel!. lOll a Y 1'' .Isp :'j.
;',f''' The 'cargoes of the two vessels are gradually; revived and thus escaped a 1601''OI!! a Y9/p Ii a4OP1010a IClSp'lS t N.. -_-ta P.bloBeaeb.J.atm.tnwr.?,.r "CI1J: : : .IH .0710 '?. "' ,)V
IGlp Hap
} not announced. living Interment. j'.lA 'e 45p1 Y N J I.SpIOI !, I M. M UaoUoB--" .,. .. t ...1111. 5 co sop -" ,1f"o
i Yea J aoop10 H.l0 00. _.__Maypeta__ 10. II 00. 4d54 415p (.
'\ i'IN 'The ...... rr'
'\ France Made No Break. Naval St4rd. fo .
l'' Queenatown, May 17.-Vice Admiral The Russian naval standard-a blue ,y PEMNSClig< AND OCCIDENTAL, STEAMSHIP! CONNECTIONS IT lUlLI :
: flag with a white cross-was adoptedby r'' .
Lord Charles
Beresford commanding
r' ,
I ;q\ the channel fleet In an interview here Peter the Great who stayed for do** Conneelloa Made at Miaul with StMouhlpi of Ck. P. a 0. sT; I.'C9.puj: _Per i
some months at Gaardam near Amsterdam
l t'' yesterday on the arrival of the White working as a mechanic to HAVANA AND KEY''WEST.- :
: Star line steamer Oceanic from Newt
: ( Cain a knowledge of shipbuilding.
t, j York. May 10, aid he felt France had
;:, .7t During: this time he took a strong r'c '1'h_ Time !Tables .bU.e....... atwbIol.--
taken care that there Should be no 'fancy to a clever workman named from ua..a ........... ..a..b.... ani.... d.p.rteesas'" may u.b..zpeelad.__"an1"'aa4..p Ie .............d t

_ \\if,I breath of neutrality In the Far Blast Grays whom he persuaded to return aueiatwpompa0yab.b.W9capon.lW.twaardWyaeeanype.g.Qa..yarWo thwU ee }:

with her consent. Possibly, he said with him to Russia after he bad reveal.eel .

the Russians like others might use to him bis true name and position. For Copr of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Ot ..Iat--.tleft 'I. .-

v French waters to repair accidents and Crnys drew the plans for (the first H% "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. } ,1

ly+) f remain there until turned out. hips boot for the Russian navy, and J. D. 1
t ,to show' his appreciation Peter theAreat RAHNBR A-st. Oeq'l PM.-Att,-*T. AUQU.5T1Ne.- -\ ,

t p, t SAILORS BEATEN BY UNIONISTS.Longshoremen made him an admiral and gave 4'
orders that the Russian navy should 1

Object to Them Unloading thenceforth have a special flag with f Southern
a white cross upon it to perpetuate the 4 lea. Ra.ilrnay
it, .. "- Ship During memory of his trusted associate, Cruys "i
Tacoma, "Wash., {(May 17.-A desperate
being an old form of the Dutch word
battle has occurred on the decks of for cross. Tri-"Weekly SailingsJACKSONVILLE Between EFFECTIVE JANUARY n, ipog '

? the steamer Centennial which several Three V..tlb-ol.-'r. ... Kt No,J4 No,30; North and West No 13 No. 6 :.::.:.: f
men were slightly injured and three The Dora >>_0.. NEW YORK : \\1.
are thought to have been drowned. the quaint old customs and Lv JuckBonvlUe I ...... So Ry 11:yap 0 b 715P tv Jarluooville, Fla.,... SoRy 7.43P 9 OOa ....,. ':''
Among Calling at Charleaton, 8.C., both ways Lv Jeaaup. ............... 80 Ry IlIOp II M. 10 4p.. Lv.lea.up Qa....,., ,,..So Ry 10 Sot 11 >ja .?.,, '" j
F The Centennial from San Francisco, ceremonies still kept alive In English Lv ...on.b.,....,.. 80 Ry rep 130P 1.[ isa.. Ar Macon Oa........ .......So Ry 3 ooaS 40p> .?, f ,
r i via Seattle, brought from the latter country districts there is only one "horn Ar Columbia........... No Ry 86p 6 GAP 6 ooa.l .. Ar Atlanta Oa ....,.... .80 Ry as I''ixip8OHp ? '
'. Ar Charlotte. ..... Bo Ry ilia lOOAp 915a.. Ar Home, Ga......?,. ...Ho Ry 3s. ..., ,\
port a of 18 to work the dance" and that is to be found at Ab- Ar ......, .. '
sang men G..en.boro. BO Ry a 8ta 1 12 l 5tp. Ar Dalton OaAr .. .,?...So Ry e ail 9 tip ,.,- ,
.hip's cargo here. Owing to existing bots Bromley, In Staffordshire. Every TilE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTIIEHN LINESDirect Ar Danville. .. .. SoRy S 46" I s'osa a lop. Chattanooga. T..So R 9 45a IU Up ,?. II
Ar Lexington. Ky. ,.,,...06AC 3 sop 5 4 a ..,. ... '
trouble between the sailors' union, and ;year at the village wake the dance Is Service Between Ar Richmond .......;...........So Ry I i Ar Cincinnati Ohio....,. Opj 1 tta ? I ,1
the long .horemen's union, Captain still carried out. The origin of too JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, Lv Cincinnati, Ohio.BlgFour 8 400 8 jOa ...,,, .(
/' Pierce born dance is lost in the mists of AND ALL EASTERN'FOINTS. Artynchbug.....So Ry 17aoaa -. s.0: ? Ar Chtcago. Ill ,,.... ,,BlgFour 7 toes' 1 ftipIv ,..,,, .i \ f. had been threatened with Ilea '
a Ar Charlotteivlllv ...sotv II 6 Clncinnntl. Ohio Pa Lin '. .
top. 8 B Loa .
\ 'boycott by the sailors if he employee history, but it bas been traced back u Calling at Charleston both way. Ar W.ahlngtoo.so Rv ,0 its 94S. It 1\0p.\ Ar Chlrn o.111 .....,. Vo Iffenl 7 35PI m.| r p .... n
far as the eleventh century. Until the MI.WEEKLY 8AIUNUS. Ar Bftllimore .P R R 11 30a It 3oa\11 Up.. ,. JUv
CincluuHli. Ohio C 11 1) 8 .
,_. Tacoma hired a. crew longshoremen at Seattle.and hence had seventeenth century it was practiced! at Southbound Frpm Lewis' Wharf Boston Ar Ar New West York 1'hiladelphlaPKR: .........F KK 4 l4 lap 5p\ g 45PA 'IP. s ;35a.. Ar Chicago, ill ..... CHAD JL2S<5: 5 au,,,.,; '
Christmas, on New ;Tear's day and on Northbound From foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville .est.Lv Cincinnati. OhioU H & U q 4SP g aln .
,,l; When the steamer arrived in port No.34.-"New York and Florida Express. Dally Ar Toledo, Ohio .....C HAD 3 as i nip I.
Twelfth In the time of
day. Henry
I Pullman Drawing-Room' slurping Car Tampa Ar Detroit, Mich........... PM y a5. WpJ ,,,,
about 200{ ( longshoremen boarded bet VIIL the dance was performed In front CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE and Jacks: nvillc to New York.: Lv Cincinnati, Ohio..,1hIoe. s 3001 a ,
armed with clubs billies pistols and - -- - --- -- -- --- ArPltabnrg-,.,Pa |
of the church every Sunday; and a collection Une 5 4U ,
J. other weapons. The Seattle men were for the poor taken up from thespectator. Between Jacksonville and Sanford: No.30..W..hlngtoo..nd Pullman Florida Limit.' >'. Lv Cincinnati, Ohio. gg Four Sop 1 sOa ?,. ,.5
Daily Drawing Room C
Bleeping t, Ar Cleveland,
J. : beaten wherever found and some 30 Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. Francis, Bereilord (DeLaad) and ackaonville to New York. Lv tex u toW K'Y-.....

"i shots were 'fired before order was re- .- .-- \ Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River --NO'3t-80utt..rn"-- Ar Lou l.vllle, Ky .........BoRy i3 op 8 tonI .....?/ 1
f l\\ Palm limited." VeMI- Ar 8t Ix>uta SoRyAr 73" Mi .
: I stored Hot Weather!Piles.PernotnTflfflicted .
Jack8onville"a..ppolnted ; buletntin. I'uilmanUrawtneRoom
Steamer "City
of Compart- ...... Zs
Annilton.Ala. 80 Ry 9 oa ,
fur 4
p with plies should be to ..II.* lollowit Loaye Jacksonville Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursday.8:90: p.m ntentClu4CnmpodleOborvationandlminR:: :: : ;::l : Ar BlrmluKham, Ala, ...Ho Ry H 4to Iota ???
Wireless' Record careful at thin season"' of the year. Hot New York c 8 oap40a
..h Broken. weather and bad drinking water contrib Returning leave.s.nfod.llionday.,\Voduo day a and Sundays at B.M> a. m. ArKansascity, Mo..,.Frl.co
I San Francisco, May 17.-The Pacific I ute to the conditions which make Memphis, Tenn I g. 4
% i coast record for long distance wireless more painful and dangerous. DeWitt's piles Southbound down Bohodula. NorthboundRead Read op ,Through The Land of the 8ky.: ',/No aoE Hot Sprlnga. Ark ..............?. 9

u telegraphing has been broken, f It Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws Leaves ;30 pm ..... .."....... .. .. JACKSONVILLE:. .. ..... ..... .........Arrive 1 eo am rV Jackaonvllle..... ...........80 Ry ..... ot J-"The Florida Limited." Dally. Solid
>, r'' ds claimed, by wireless message, out the soreness and cures. Get the pen- S4jpm...... ..... ............... .PALATKAA...... ................ ......,Leave. eo pnt L.v S..nn.h.O..90 Ry ...... Veatibuletrain anJackwuvfletoCiodn.ati. .
Ir received from 315 mires out at nine bearlngl'the name of K. C. DeWitt S main ............. .................. A8TOR ..... .............. ............ Bjopm; Columbia,S. C. ..........,..SoRy 6 ooal I........: man aleeplng q.Ar q.
& Co. Sold by A. G. Rlegfl. 4 ;jo am................ ....... ... "te. FRANCIS............ ..,.............. I ...pm' Ar Hot Aahville.14.8 rin ,C N.C....SoRy sop ....-.; .Y
The communication D t .... ; Pullman
SoRy i -
came from the _. .... ...... ...... .....BKFJJSFORD!; (DsLAND)..?........... ... to I copra Ar Knoxvllle Tenn. BoKy 6 S7P .,. ...... betfo. Jaekaonvtlle, Drawing, Room Sleeping, Cnr
Birmingham Memphis
e the government transport Solace Arrive jo am.. ?..... .................. .....8ANPJRD .........?... ................. H 9 ;30 am Ar Ixniieville.............. .....So Ky 8 oop joa ..; ..... and Kanma" City. TAr
,.... ............ ..
'} 4;, which left this port Monday and was Time Tried and Merit Proven. 1O 00.'n..M..ENTERPBISE.....................,...?"...._ ." 10 OO am Ar St Ctndnnattl.I.oula Ohio.?,...So*R)' 4 56p/ ?.. Mft
C 8 15. ..:......
,1 received over the net magnetic detectors. One Minute Cure is No. >Chloago and Florida Special I I"
Cough right on II
General No. ;30-Daily Pullman DrawingRoomen v..t bOI. coBud"d
l Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W, Bay St., Jacksonville mud train, Drawing nJom
4 The best'
record Is time Car
made. It when it comes to curing coughs Sleeping betwiilnclnnatl. Jackaonvllle: and betw.n 8'1OKuattoe, Jaekiionville. Clnoln. U
j said/ at the local station was when creep, whooping cough etc. It Is perfect F. M. IRONMONUKH.Jr.A..'& Oen'II'...Art 1'JS W at Bay 8t,. ..,... : nail Chicago,ClOTelanil; Detroit and St. lx>.la i
conversation was held with the Boston !T harmless. pleasant to take and! Is W. COOPER,Jr. Freight Alt, c. J*. LOVSLL Sap t., 1

k t at a distance of 220 miles down the the children's favorite cough: syrup. Sold C. HAOERTV.: Gong! E Foot Wn of f.Hogan... Art street. New Yol.laoKdonville k. CLY,UK FloridaA. MILNE.I Gent rVt A rt, N. Y excellent Dining Car Service I
coast some six weeks ago. by A, Riegel. THEO O. liOKlt. WM. P. .jEYUW. \ CJU.. M ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVIX.UC ..
S\ General Manager. General A geate From New York, | .
I Respect Chosebrouth Bulhllnc I', State Strout. New Ynr1 New York,Washington! ete.-Noaq'Washington: and Florida Limited"yoo: ". m. je9'rom
Age. Washington, etn.-Ni, 3I.8outhern''. P"ho
JAmlreq 140
White From New p. m. ;
Girl Arrettcofor York '
Burglary. SVs.htngton etc.-Ns. '
2 ; e 33 "WaahlnKton tad rlOrida
It's shameful when youth fails to show PromCincinati.Ahvilleetc.--No.sg" Ie.Pore..7., IU. N ,'
Nashville, Tenn., May .-An aston Atlantic From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta "W.oblu"too Limited'gooa m. .
proper respect for old age; but Just the Coast LineTHE : 01.
/ Ishlng climax: was reached here to prornCbIOHlft.linulnnntlCb.ttanoolaA&lAnueto.No.a, "\bl".1O-1Iorlda
1 an contrary in the case of Dr Kind's New Special:15 p.m
1, Investigation by the police of thefts Life Pills. They cut off maladies, no I. C. LUSK, Dist. Paw Agent. 108 West Bay Street Jacksonville 1';:
; 4 t that have recently! been committed In matter how severe and Irrespective of .

I : this city when Mattie Bell Halleman old age. Dyspepsia, jaundice fever -CONNECTIONS S.H.HARDWICK, P.T. M. W. u. TAYLOE, O. p. A. ,/

t a 12-year-old girl was arrested on the constipation all yield to this perfect pill BROOKS MORGAN, A. 0. P-A

ft charge of housebreaking add larceny 3SC, at all druggists. The East Over its own rails to Savannah '

;y i, : The offender f.1 echool girl and Is re- Runaway Bicycle Charleston Richmond and Wash. I .---.. .:I"I

M entered tnarkably several bright for residences her age. She In true has leg-of Terminated). B. Orner with Franklin an ugly cut Grove on the HI. via AH Rail ington, thence, via Pennsylvania Ry. .11-:1-: -- :ir i--,-.. .. ., ,!,':-:... fi V/l'u Mea c t's ,'.r

t burglar fashion and baa stolen considerable -, It developed a stubborn nicer unyielding ---- iJi'., .J '
money and jewelry. to doctors and remedies for four years. : s h fib ;!:. "V''I... AI; =: :'.lr. l IJd1l !c..u.: 0; somt form :
Then Bncklen's Arnica Salve rurrd. It ? 'I The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery : ...rt" .... LI'J'"I.I", I',hou'nc98 or r. ba.d of t'torJlacb
i is just as Rood: for barns, scald, erup- West 'i/ ?;;.!tlit, :: \ ::1'Ii.- ('rrjlt" YOI D.Io't rwr I'sver.It : : ns will '"

r Exonerates Railroad. tion. and piles asc, at all druggists.i The Mobile & Ohio, viajffontgomery ,p f tvOt.\\: t: (k.tl'I/;ta..()CII.W.1(;!c.r'1': !11no-1Mh; IL1J' 1 ..11. '
Harrisburg Pa., May 17. The cor : \ '''''''''!J'lj1OCUl

oner's jury this afternoon returned a i 'P 1 x \1 '\
verdict exonerating the Pennsylvania persons wishing real estate loans To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company, for'New \; .f IiER'BINE '
should write or call upon the Realty The York, Philadelphia Boston. ,
Railroad company from any blame for Mortgage West Palm Beach Via 'p..l. .
Company Steamer
to New York, Washington and flaltl- c' has ah
1 c l the' South Harrisburg disaster last Fla. miawtf more. nt" theIr vlrtUOfp.DIl10 at tholr I .' .J:

Thursday In which 23 lives were lost Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation Company .( deadly cfroots. lit:2l.ithll0 tekmW
via I steamship for r reglllar1yi71iifCM.aaliGanbubHipat:: ".
and more than 100 person were in Baltimore and Philadelphia, "' :
jured. t Not a Sick Day Since '* T' "\ Lrllvilf f eJtlt'Olp.ntll""" l n!!? "'u"-a' >y,3 trf,; JiW-l" !,: budl.I j

r "I was taken severely sick with kidney TO KEY WEST via Peninsular & Occidental I/ : Yt ;J;.. !-",,)pyw: *rood 1w.tb.!) in.; ,

4s.. John Mltthell's Daughter Dead. : trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines and J IVl' "..--- TlH n' .,tCt.tJ\y. .

Indianapolis 17. Marie none of which relieved me. One HAVANA Steamship ... ,. .. .*H, '"JJ ... J.ntd": JLH '"
May the 8.earold day I ..wan ad. of your Electric Bitters Company d'f'179F. '1'Wd Pn""NI: ." '
daughter ot John Mitchell "- wvtpsj-VWVbWI ilVTatmegel's '*
and determined to try that. After takinga "
? f president) of the United Wine. Workers few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter SOMETHING NEW Sold Drug Store.

died today at Spring Valley, III., of was entirely! cured sad not been Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 mllesof'among tde'principw ... ,
I rick a day since. Neighbors of mine have railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal .gents. !
I'f tp pneumonia. Mr.| Mitchell WM starting been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic. Coast Line
r, it 1 for Pennsylvania when he received the liver and kinder troubles and general, Frank C. B .yleston. Commercial Agent W. D. Stark, Traveling Pastta-cr ,

7 telegram. He left at once for homo ,debility." This Is what B. F. Bass, of Agent, 138 West Bay street Aitor Building,Jacksonville! Fl. H. )M. Emerson SUBSCIUBE. FOR 'J

g i t .xjompanled fcyV.. B. Wilson Fremont, N. C.. writes. Only joe, at Traffic Mans ;er, W. J, Craig General Passenger Agent Wilmington N. C. THE SUNA"

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: .Flee* ConalaU' of On Steam Editor Talked: of .e Presidentfor f* There to Act as Peacemaker In the Russian Wife

Yacht ef Small Tonnage. Jamestown Exposition. Teamsters' Strike.

RAGE ACROSS ,OCEAN New York, May 17.-Representatives Atlanta. May 17>-<
of the Panama republic have' formally Hon. John' Temple Oraves, editor of president of the American Federationof When I visited UuHsta I took letter : "

dedicated their navy at a shipyard The Atlanta News may be offered the Labor was the central figure In the to the Tannanjors family of Finland. I tit>

; Boats Leave New York Harbor in South.. Brooklyn/ position of president or tbe Jamestown Teamsters' strike situation today. I I had heard that people of thst enslaved Ho Delivers a Strong Speech
:The force afloat consist of the exposition to succeed the late General His,presence in Chicago ,was regarded -
In Good Condition. steam' yacht Orlenta, commanded. by Fitzhugh Lee. as ,offering hope of peace ,but the country were very bitter What against On Railroad Question. '
the Russian government was
Captain T. T .L velace. formerly of The suggestion ot Colonel Graves cry of the strikers was still for arbitration .
hear the member of
: Kansas. City The yacht was recently made W. : Christian, which the had my
RACERS, A'GOOD name was by :IS. employers resolutely REBATES.
I MAKE ; START this family declare that they were perfectly COURTS STOPPED THE
purchased from a New York man assistant general passenger agent of refusedas to garment workers,
: (or 30,000, and has been thoroughly the Seaboard Air Line in the Virginia in whose behalf the teamsters' quit satisfied with their oppressors)
While the Foreigner* Bout Seemed and bitterly opposed to those who were The Head of the Southern Rallyv-y
overhauled preparatory to taking up club at Portsmouth last Saturday I work six weeks ago. Mr. Gompers
To Be .Good' Craft, the American the duty.of guarding. the. eastern coast night. Several directors and officers met the labor leaders today ill his' always fomenting trouble, thus Incit Declares that Railroads Will Help

Are Picked to Win the .Prize Offered : of the l isthmus. of the exposition company were present rooms at the Brlggs house. Just before .I lug the police to curtail the privilege Government In Correcting Abuses

I For the occasion of Panama Into this he said! of the people.
William.. hoisting the and It is said the suggestion was going conference Discrimination
by Emperor I and Unjust
ensign, ihe Orlenta /was in gala pronounced the best one that has yet "I am not in a position to say what Bertha Tannanjor was ope of those

: .New tork, M*y' 17.-..Weather conditions dress, and a large party went aboard been made.Secretary. will or will not be done. I 'will lay, light complexioned, blue eyed, flaxen Atlanta May 17.-T> second .day'

9' early .today were',much more favorable headed by Carlos Arosemena, secretary Qt T. Shepperd. ot the exposition however, that I have no intention of haired beauties who come only out of session of the National .Manufacturers'

4; for .a start of ,the .yachU In of the legation, Luncheon was servedon company was 4n ,Atlanta a: Interfering, unless I am commissioned I I tbe north. I had always fancied'tropical association, convention opened here

the trans-Atlantic race than on ,yeator.t board, after which the flag of the day or two ago, and while here had a I by President Shea and his colleagues women, with their black hair" and with nearly every delegate In hit. Beat

t day. Just before 8 o'clock the wind republic was brought from a locker conference with.Colonel Grave. I to do BO." I eyes and their Intense nature. 'Nevertheless The Grand opera house was well filled

/ was blowing knotg an hour from the and raised by Secretary Aroeemena When asked about toe matter Colonel That President Gompera came to I I lost my heart to a girl with interested spectator 'The'' Convention -

% northwest, the sky was cloudy and the The emblem consists of four Grave merely said such an honor I, Chicago at the solicitation of both the whose disposition seemed as mild asher Is hard at work and many 'interesting '

*lt clear At ,that time It wos possible quires, two of white,one:In the upper would be a great one. and most highly business men and the teamsters' officials pink and white cheek and her soft paper have been read on

to observe obJecta tea: miles away. left and the other In the lower right appreciated by any man. Other' than I to act In the capacity of peacemaker blue eye. I could not but regret' that'' topics that vitally Interest both capital .

c The Sandy Hook lightship could be hand corners, and two squares one this .he would not. discuss 4t. was the'' statement of the national so beautiful a creature should be en. and Ia.bor.Prellident '

plainly seen from ,the .Highlands oftNaveslnk. each of red and blue in one of the labor chief himself today. tirely devoid of spirit But I was a Samuel apencer, of the

white squares'' there r* a single star KILLED,BY HER BROTHERS. Mr. Gompers had a conference during Pygmalion enamored of a Galatea. Southern' Railway! delivered one of file, 'i'

The thick blanket of: fog which made of blue and In the other a red star. the morning with Mayor Dunne. There was life- under the' msrbl) surface most notable addressee beard ,before

: maneuvering about the storting point, The Orienta will leave for Colon oh Troubles of a T.... Girl 'Result .In. "The mayor and I ''had a pleasanttalk and In time the real human be- the national manufacturers' convention. '

I Sandy. Hook, lightship, so hazardous Thursday or Friday. Homicide. ," Mr. Gompers replied, smilingly! lug stepped forth. .
; yeetejday that\ ,the committee In charge Arriving there she "will be fitted Yoakum, Tex., May 17.-E. S. Mason when asked what was done. Bertha yielded a sort of tacit assent Mr. Spencer spoke 'for the transportation

of the event, postponed It, disappeared with two three-pounder guns and two a prominent business man, was "Were you asked to stop the spread to my suit Of course I was disappointed Interests oposltlon to' the' at '

duringthe nl&' ,t. 'The northwester automatic. rapid fire guns.PRESBYTERIANS shot and killed by ,M. A. and P. A. of the strike?" In this, though It was In accordance -, tempt to have the government goInto,

had subsided to an 8-knot .breeze. Newman, brothers, who were con- "1 do not do things," said he, "I aJ- with her character. I would the rate-making1 business. lie Argued

: ::The weather however, still remained MEET., cealed lathe. Lane hotel and Who used vise." have preferred that she should nave thatl if the government commits Itselfto

cloudyand sullen ae loathe to let -'- -t'r rifles. thrown me off, so' that I might'come the policy of /fixing the price at ,

ttte yachts leave these, shores without General Assembly rfoldlng Annual Mason, it Is said, feared trouble, EXPELLED FROM UNIVERSITY. again till I had conquered. her. But which railroads shall aell their' transportation -
abroad are expected to accept any
sort of a preliminary tussle with a.regular Meeting In Indiana. but. had adopted the' policy of going girl suitor their parents' approve, and] It may soon attempt to .fix.
north Atlantic storm. Winona Lake Ind., May 17.Two about In his shirt cteeves, to show Members of Graduating Class Are Dismissed -' Bertha's parent not only" approved of I II the selling price for the products' of

When the committee postponed yes meetings' were held touay preliminary that he was unarmed. ,by Faculty I I me, but seemed impatient for our marriage I manufactures.Mr. .
terday's race It was planned tcx start to the opening of the general assembly Several days ago Miss Lillian New Jackson, Miss., May 17.--iKIght. members and departure' for the United Spencer presented the railroad

.the event today. as soon as possLble of the Presbyterian' church, which will man, about 28 years of age, died at of the senior or graduating classat States. Bertha herself betrayed no'. side of the case In a very clear cut

''I' with the preparatory gun, at ,noon. hold Its first session, tomorrow The Runge,. and shortly thereafter Dr. J. the University of Mississippi, have preference in the matter. Had I DOt :' manner. He declared emphatically)

Preparation ,to: carry out this program foreign mission conference began its M. Boyd a highly respected physician: been expelled by the faculty, for alleged been Infatuated with her Impassive that the railways will co-operate heartily -

", were began early,.the committee I work. .Secretary Arthur J. Brown, of was bound over In $5,000 bond to answer participation In the Greek letter beauty and splrltueile characteristics i iI i with the government In correcting:

c tug reaching, Bandy Hook at 8:30, :, the board of missions, presided.The a charge of malpractice In connection fraternity troubles at the Institution. would not have assented to a marriage abuses and unjuat discriminations. Asa

\' three and a half hours before the speakers were Rev. John Bal- with the young woman's death.' Three of the students reached Jackson I I under such conditions. I matter of fact, the courts have already -

. ". event was scheduled to start.; com Shaw of Chicago; Rev. C. B. Mc The brothers of the dead girl, one from Oxford this morning to demand : The wedding took place In a' great |,I practically stopped the givingof ;

among the yachts of the fleet. It vIer. of Philadelphia, and Mrs. D. B. Worth, visited Yoakum, then left town, of trustees for an investigation of the lived,'and the usual wedding bad feast been fol- is an evil which has bad a. very ecrious -

seemed almost certain at that time Wells, of Fort Waynes, Ind., secretary but returned last plgbt, and,the shoot- I alter.. I made lowed.to Our the arrangements same night down to 'effect on 'some lines of business in

that there would be no postponement 'of the woman's board of the' north lug followed. It is probable that tae meeting will Cronstadt go and thence by sea to>> Stock<>> I the north and 'west, but speaking g'tn-i
west. They surrendered and have been be called after Governor Vardaman the
today. holm. I would have preferred remaining erally, railways in the south have
; .. 'Tbeoiklyessel missing the fleet. Nearly SpO persons were present. In taken to Hallettsville. 'I returns to the city tomorrow. I! In Vlborg for several days after I not 'been guilty of giving rebates for j

In''Sandy Hook bay at 9 o'clock was the audience were seated Justice Har- The faculty recently; expelled all the the ceremony but Bertha laid this plan ( a number of years.. '

Lord Brasey's Sunbeam., The other Ian of the United states supreme Nelghbor."Dle, Suddenly.. ,Greek letter fraternltes and aferwa.rdsreInstated for our Immediate departure,'and In adI I In suggesting desirable legislation

ten were anchored there waiting the I court, Mrs. Harlan and William Jennings Atlanta May 17. Two men who them. Further probing of bering to it I noticed In' her the first by congress;! Mr. Spencer said:

arrival of the steam craft' to tow them Bryan. Justice Harlan is here were neighbors, fell dead in the oIty. the alleged solicitation of members signs of a will. The wedding supper "The remedy lies In an Intelligentand .

i& the start. to urge the construction or a Presbyterian One was Robert Hartmeyer, who hasa among the freshmen followed, and as over, we went upstairs to gather our thorough recognition of the ben- .

Shortly after J.O o'clock the committee cathedral at Washington. Mr. vineyard on Mayson and Turner avenue a result the eight students were ex i I hand baggage Bertha went to ,a closetto Ota to 'be derived from large corporate : ,,

'In charge of the race hoisted the Bryan Is here to attend the meeting of ; and the other was Robert Adair, pelled. All belong some of the most take out the, hat and coat she In- instead of small individual activity;

signal "Get ready for lea," and the presidents of the Presbyterian col./ who worked for a florist In West Atlanta prominent families In the state among tended wearing. Suddenly she exclaimed It lies In throwing the searchlight of

American yachts began leaving the leges. not far from where Hartmeyer the number being Lucius Mayes. son : pubic knowledge and public scrutiny
bay. The first one to follow the Val. lived. Hartmeyer went, into his pasture of Judge Edward Mayes of this city: a I I to"How send, the unfortunate Jar of marmalade! I forgotten I intended upon all corporate action and methods : I

halla and the Sunbeam out to the start CHICAGOAN KILLED IN SOUDAN.' to graze a cow. Later In the former chancellor of tne university. I I for a parting gift to Kitty Olbord. I') which can, by illegal abuses and discriminations. .
morning his dead ''body was disCover. The expelled students anxious to
was Commodore Tod's White Thistle, I are expected to give it to her tonight but Inflict Inlury and injus-
closely followed by the yawl Ailsa: Natives Attacked Hut at Night and ed. The coroner's :Jury's verdict was secure the special meeting of the trus- I she 1* ill and was unable to come. Nev-1, tic upon others of equal rights; it lies P'

I Tugs were alongside of several other Robbed and IVurc-ec. that death resulted from apoplexy. He tees Immediately in order to be reInstated i er mind; we can call on our way and in wise and judicious laws In respectto

"ats. By 10:40 o-ciock the entile: Chicago. Lay 17.-V.'oid of the was SO years of age. Robert Adair, before the June,commencement leave It at her house." I I the formation of corporations, ta

, fleet was away to starting line at Sandy death of Lester C. V'luttiion. as the who was riding In a' florist's wagon exercises. i She put the Jar in her satchel and amount and character of their capital- a'. .
,. ; Hook lightship. result of a iilgitt attack by native rob'' drove up to the store of John H. Pen- ... we went downstairs, bade goodby to ; ization and the scope of thi'iir corpor.

\1-,>, The Fleur de Lys was the only boat bers at \Vady Haifa fc'>ut'( ."i, has been nlngton, 135 Luckie street. He walk RAILWAY TELEGRAPHERS MEET. :. family and friends; entered the carriage ,I II ate powers and in a system of governmental '

that did not hive the services of a I received by' fiieml" in C.Icao.:! ; Win. ed into the back yard and a few minutes I and drove first to Kitty: Olbord's supervision and Hapection '

tug. The weather began to thicken terton, headed a piodpictlug party later was found dead. Holding Annual Session In Chattanoo.1 home. On reaching it I alighted, took which can successfully detect and
which started fru.iv iUon: I the Jar and, going to tbe door rang the
up again and It looked as If there U> several! ga-A Large punished all infractions of the law.
might fee a return of yesterday'a.v months ago, for S.JI1<1an. According to Kissed Wife; Killed Self. Chattanooga, Tenn., May 17.-The i itwentyfourth I bell. Instead of a servant a man with '. "It lies not In the restriction of the

Observance from shore was cut downto I letters Just rtcelvcd from Wudy Hal- Birmingham, Ala., May 17.-T. It. annual session of the As. I very red hair and a to very the pale middle face class, be- earning power of the profits of corporations I

a matter of six or'eight miles. The fa, Winterton and an assistant named Tulloe, formerly town marshal of sociatlon of Railway Telegraph Super '. longing apparently thus formed or thus supervised.
opened the door. took the :Jar and without -
wind held true and still blew about I Bow don were asleep in their hut the Philadelphia, Miss., an: C one of the intendents was called: to oraer here to- waiting for my explanations shut I The profits of corporations, legitimately j,

seven. knots. night of March 18, when two native moat prominently connected young day by President rienry C. Pope, of St. the door In my face. Then we drove on organized. auf legally and honestly
thieves entered the men In Neshoba county has committed Paul Minn. railroadsof .
At 11 o'clock because of the fog place and attacked Theprlnclpal to the station. Curly the next morning conducted, should be no more restricted '
the lightship from which the start them was ates. Winterton and Bow- suicide by firing a bullet through the United States are representedat we left Cronntndt. by governmental action than the

was to be made could not
shore. I knocked senseless months, domestic troubles are said Mayor Charnbllss, of Chattanooga, morning and proceeded to a hotel for similar pursuits."
; The thieves then ransacked the to have arisen, and husband and wife delivered the address of welcome, breakfast. I purchased a morning Journal -

Steamer Stuck In the Sand. house for gold and falling to discoverany agreed to separate. As the wife's effects -I which was responded: to by M. J. by the way and. having ordered a Negro Boy Killed by Elevator.

New York, May 17.-At 5:30 o'clock fled.Bowdon. were being loaded on a wagon O'Leary, of New York. Several committees breakfast opened the paper to glanceat Atlanta May 17.John Bretcbett, a

r,' this morning the Cunard line steam. recovered, but Winterton, preparatory to moving Tullos went to i were appointed and a few committee f; the news. The first thing I saw under negro boy 15 years old, was caught In
whose Injuries were far more serious. her room and asked to kiss her goodby.. reports submitted. | large headlines was an account of I the elevator in Jack Wilson's stag ho- ,
Coronia. which sailed afternoon '
1 er yesterday .
c died on April 11. He was 36 yearsof After doing so, he retired at once to This afternoon will be spent by the' an attempt the day before to assassinate tel at 5 Walton street and his head
for Liverpool with distinguished II
ii a the of Finland. A man
the rear of the house and fired the the of hlstorlo governor':
age. delegates visiting points crushed before he could be rescued.
; passenger list was still and face had
with a red head a pale secured
fatal shot. Interest about the city and business When the Grady h08PrtaJ"ambulance
: a ,
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[ aground opposite the Sandy Hook bea admittance to his excellency and
Italian Towns Flooded. sessions will be held tomorrow arrived Bretchett '
','\ con. Two tugs yere trying to put the FaJI from Horse Ends Fatally. again .;( was about to hurl at him a glass; :jar was dead. The ''boy ,,
New .York, May 17.-Most of the and Friday. was In closet
I a adjoining the shaft
r'' liner off the bank. The wind'-'- was Colqultt. Ga., May 17. -While I>r. P. marked "Marmalade" when his arm
\ U rivers in northern and central: Italy was caught by an attendant. The :jar and stuck his head through the win- '
r'\ light. No damage to the ship i fear. E. Wilkin and Miss Jennie Eagertonwere I
are overflowing owing to almost continuous In the dow as the
of Railroads Philippines. was found to contain nitroglycerin. weights of the ascending
fd, as the 'bottom Is that part the out horseback riding they met
!.:, channel Is soft sand. rain during the last six days, two four-horse wagons loaded with Washington' May 17.-Secretary "What Is it, dear?" asked my wife elevator descended. It was atcpgaari __
'. I acordlng to a Rome dispatch to the Taft has postponed until Nov. 1 next In her usual mild tone as I showed to take the elevator apart before th<. '
spirits turpentine. In attemptingto
t:. Chinaman Retains His Queue. Herald. The Po has Inundated the the first the horse Miss the date for the opening Of bids for signs of collapse. At the some time boy could be extricated. He was eta
; town of Moncallerlm a short distance pass wagon the constructln f rallrads In the Phil. : she laid her hand on mine and added."Courogel" ployed( in the bowling alley and had ,, "
St. Louis May 17.Judge Rogers
Eagerton was riding became fright.
from Turin. The inhabitants have ippines. The prspectus setting out the She had seen the head- gone: to work :Monday.
t. of the United States district court has ened and the mules became unmanageable .
lines and had read the news quicker
4 abandoned the lower, part of the town. conditions to govern the bidding will i
Issued an order allowing Ng Jung a : the rseult was that Miss Eager- than I. "We have failed" she, added
The towns of Alessanda Valessa and week. The
\ be promulgated within a Cotton Man Attempts Suicide. .
Chinaman convicted and sentenced to ton fell under the wagon and was "but I have done my part, and you I I I
have also been flooded.
a term of 90 days In the Missouri penitentiary Padua Bridges crushed death. The horse that Dr. secretary meantime will accord a hear-j will not be thus :jeopardized again" | Selma, Ala., May 17,-This city was '
In Venice have collapsed and .
a num- to representatives of
t V, for passing a raised $10 bill WilkIn ,was riding was so mangled thatit ing I looked Into her mild blue eyes, and stirred this morning over the report
ber of cattle have been swept which desire in the
away. terests changes
; to retain his queue while serving his had to be killed. Dr. Wilkins was save a trace! of disappointment there that Mr. C. A, McKlnnon manager for

! sentence. Jung tola( Judge Rogers slightly hurt.Policemen. original plans. I was no sign of emotion. I,I Loveman & Co., cotton 'brokers Bad
i\\ that the retention of his queue was a Concrete Ties a Failure. "Remain here" I said all of a shot himself. Mr. McKinnon had been

/ matter of religion and he will be the Ooshen; Ind., May 17.-The Lake Arrested for Perjury. $2,000,000 for Panama Can'I.New tremor, "while I go and learn by what sick for several week and It Is said

c.. first prisoner who has been confined Shore and Michigan Southern railroadhas Covington, Ga., May 17.-No little York, May 17.-'Plans for theenlargement conveyance we can get on." I I that this, together with some financial

in the state penitentiary Who has not decided that its experiment with excitement was created here over the of the terminal and dock "Goodby," she said. And from the affalr ,'had preyed upon his mind until
concrete ties has been a failure and arrest of Chief of Pollee Bradford Bo- facilities at Colon and Panama and look she gave me for the first time I he was temporarily unbalanced. The
first been shorn. all that have been put down east of knew that it would be hard for her to
hannon and Policeman P. W. Skelton,. the double tracking and reequipmentof shooting took/ place at his home In
here wll be removed. Tne company on warrants changing them with perjury the road, entailing an exependlture lose me. 1 I this city. The wound will not
Convention at at. Louis. prove
Baptist "I will be back directly I answeredher. _
Is at a loss to know what to ,
: Louis 17.The first hour ;l In connection with the recent sen of approximately $2,000,000, were approved fatal), the ball striking near the tem _
St. _
And she looked Intensely! re _
substitute for wood ties, because the
sational gambling raid in this city. by the board of directors of and
ple ranging upward. _
f.. of today's session of tile general convention lieved. I
latter are becoming more scarce each They were placed! under $100 bonds. the Panama Railroad company at a
of. the Bauptlst north and I learned that ship would leave In
T, year, and the supply, is is feared. will Both have been on the police force meeting held here. a
southwest was given to devotional exercises. hour by the Baltic and North seas Georgia Negro Shoots Ohio Officer.
an __
be exhausted In a few more years. for number of and stand well ____
a years
I. The report of the committee ; for Rotterdam, and, returning to my I' Chilllcothe, 0., May 17.-When (Officers ,

:i" of nine, appointed at a conference In Fugitive Chased Around the World. In the community. Danish Bark Run Ashore. wife without waiting for breakfast, I Welgan and Maughmer attemptedto
.; New York last January recommending New' York, May 17.When K. Ka- Georgia EasternStars Meet. Atlantic City. N. 3., May 17.-A dispatch led her out to a carriage, and we weresoon arrest a negro burglar early today
organization was then read received at the maritime exchange aboard the vessel. This put us on the burglar'fatall snot Weigand In
. ',.,. permanent pia, a native of Honolulu, who arrived I Macon, Ga., May 17.'-The grand, )
:.t' by Chairman El Thresher, of Ohio. : station here from Long'branchsays the sea again, where the police the breast and escaped, although .:
here thesteamer Cedric In Eastern Star Mason
on custodyof chapter of the '
discussion followed. that the Danish bark Bertha'from not reach us. At Rotterdam we found Maughmer fired five shots without ef- _
1 A general
fl' Sheriff Henry C. Vldd reaches Hon. met at the hall of Macon lodge No. a ship Just leaving for America and
\ I'j Rio Grande for New York went. ashore fect. A posse finally captured the _
, '.. olulu he will have completed a trip on Cotton avenue. in this city, and bad barfly time to get aboard. ThenI
Jacksonville. during the night off that place. Her !Island abount 2
at Hunslngers ,
man on
?I. Next Meeting ,
around the world, more than half of large number of lady members of the I ollapsrd! for I knew we were safe. _
Ala. 17.-The crew of eight men were landed by the 'I miles below the city The
May man
Birmingham which was made as a fugitive from order from all sections ot the state I I have no desire for the more Intense appears ______
sixth annual convention of the South- breeches buoy.; The Bertha Is loaded to be a 'naif-breed Indian, and gives
of the south. wife who
brunette My
" Justice: and the remainder as a prisoner. were present. Mrs. Mattie May Del.
association with hides. She la lying in a danger his as Oscar Evan, from Geor ,
;; eastern Dill Porters had seen her people) crushed by a name
with the
Kapla l Is charged larcenyof kin, of Atlanta grand: matron of the _
ii! ., which ha*.been.In session at the Hillman $15,000 bond In Honolulu. order, presided at the sessions of to ous position. tyrannical; government, had It in her to gia. '
if.. hotel tor the past two
i1:' :Jo-jrned yesterday. It was unanimously Cotton Fire In Alabama Town. Fought Flood with Dynamite. legitimate attempt to assist in freeing I Jap Sword for Roosevelt. '

! ,,- decided to hold the next annual Opellka, Ala., May 17.-One of the Statue of McKinley Completed. Lima, 0., May 17.-Dynamite; was them. It was no freak of passion Reading, Pa., May 17Rev. Dr. D. '

.. meeting: at Jacksonville, Fla.: most disastrous fires in the historyof College Point N. Y.. May IT.-'I'he used here to blow up the blockading such as would lead a' southern womanto B. Schneder, a missionary of the Reformed '

, r this city occurred about 1 o'clock heroic statue of the late President MeKlnley banks of a new channel cut for the stab a lover, but a conception of church who/tan :Just arrived

,, Best Wife to Death. this morning; when the warehouse of recently completed attracted Ottawa river in aid of Lima' new doty far above all Individual consid here from Japan js-fter some year*'
: '" Columbia 9. C.. May 17.At Edge- Smith containing about 900 reservoir. rains eration. Since her sojourn: with me 'the tTuIted '
Bartow many parsons to the studios of the $200,000 Heavy have trn-. absence; from State,
:. field Walter Kill negro, shot at hllJ. to bales of cotton was burned. The dam sculptor H, A. McNellL at College brought down a deluge of water which In gnU: America but since my; wife the has recent remained revolt la brought with him'a magnificent sword !

wife wftb.'a Winchester but failing her age II estimated at between $30,000 Point, where it has been on exhibition. the channel could not accommodate and Russia she has shown signs of internal: the gift ,of leading (Japanese officials '_ _
beat to
J. his her' he. proceeded) to of and $40,000. It I* understood' that the It la 9% feet high and represents Mr. hundreds of acres of farm lands and fire, and I am In terror lest she leave to be presented President Rooe..

death Vita the weapon. A sister building and about 500 bales were In. M Klnle,. e attitude of delivering. oil land are flooded beyond the high me to become a part of the volcano of veil.",T e, presentation. will take plao yshortly.

'I, the woman-was. badly Injured In. the sured. : ,''t \. y '" '/'. We tam._'cl1. water mark. revolution F. A. MITCHEL. ", f ,
: fracas. HU1.:'.scaped.
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MATTERS OFLOCAL .d\G --- --- .;,'' Last Night'sEntertainment I PARAGRAPHS Everybody's CotonSSmifr -

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!..'.iMveiliijf.:+ tit tile school buil'llutf.ueKU" :. j People +1A.S,Thoy Come and Cb- YOU HAVE PROI'PRTV THAT

Condensed Nuv s ar"'I'l"aphs; Per ', .. Hi*. i ACM" ":."*:* that Mill mark for People Whom You Hay or, iP you want to Improve anal ueud money

;If A i,; taming to West PalmBeach: cluclng of t MrlioUmic, year of, 19114-5 in I' May Not Know. ti> do it with apply to >:.t.o. C. (Cutne; I

Wtst Palm Beech: At o'clock nearly .. West Palm Beach. ,
; ;, and vicinity. 7 ----;-:,,,
r 'l/r I r ti "very! ie"t in the /and' torium" was occupied Miss Eva Ynrborough is spending) the Leave your orders at The Tropical
Teachers! pnpi's\' parents ynd' week with her friend Miss ,
i' Blackm, in Sun office for all kinds of engraved I
N \\1' The Seventh Dayd'vents, of FViridi, friend* woe in aUeiulanee.-nil! inteicst
Had' stationery, and visiting
lf' ,t'li'' are holding their """ual' CODrer 'I1Cl" thin ed In the exercises:,, '! of the occasion, the monogram
Mrs, Will Grant and little sister, Vio cards, A I
ll ; week Gainesville.. principal ftuiure which the con-
)l t i was! '
Wludham.. of
PompHno, saute up
u \ I''I' P Edward Millar, yf lupitgr, deputy tests fur the medals of merit JTrrnl by Thursday niorniuK on a visit to'Mrs. For Sale,,To Rent;:: Boardlug.Furnltih-; For The '

.\ : sheriff, was iu iiie, city yesterday KMbusiness. efal>;jr Curt je. S. A. Barfieid. ad Hm. and Rooms To Let carda atrh8' .
:JS\ i; l 4 t'.ul little attempt was itiryle' at dec ra. Tropical Sun" .

j : :( Ion of the Imli all' that }Ji"rc tires het"tg Messrs Newcomb, Wilson and' Roe ,......_ .. .., flnr.. :.. '.., '1 '
qi't Fresh roast' d''pe.nutti." -'; L t kttl'e; tomato --- --- ,
1 tit i l( the frnrt anti byick"of .tll" platform!
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t, :i "; Produce Couipany. Fine line of 'latest style visiting
# C'juntryand it-port'everything a4
;" Theve! c( ', i\o'd\ principally; of replugs] "gon, 'i'ha r
11 cards and latest in letters, at T lii'JIPJ
Pigeon Wan' d), Will from tfceir! section.
: : M ptiy ;!jc a pair Amerl4en & : I
ot : *%-, and the figures| ) 19115tn Tropical Sun. Call and ",
3. see sampls"
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to L.V Worth Pro.luee
I ; : : Co. bold l frt letters, nil neatly arrnnjjf d.At Mr. T. J. CampbeU'returned. Thursday -._-- -..._ .-.-- -- ,- ,----, .- i

:b' ; The game of hiss. hall played' T'lu.ro thyC e appointed: J hour, ssntfar aa lI.iotbt evening from a visit of a week orten Everything in the, printing' line aI, r

I .: day oil the Foil crnra rtmniord' between be, thi? participants entered the room days duration among relatives and The Tropical Sun. and all work exy

1 Cl 11,1\\ picket op team : resulted in'a tie score I and proceeded af once to the platform. friends at ;Fort Drum lie was accompanied cuted In the very neatest and latest Fourth I

,, ', i of7t07. No time was '.>..u-'i <.n .climirurius, by a friend, from Fort Pierce style .r the art.

i +'P \\1\\ a The best (:,' everyllil:> |10 tl-e edible and the pupil went directly to business, Messrs. Henry Pettlt and George W. the

/, line to be found in this city is uouallyon In[ order to avoid the semblance of routine Bacon, two gentlemen who make life "Sermon by So It- 1
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t h sale', at Faber Brothers'' market and I work,the speakers were selected by worth living, and who mike West Palm read It. At Idner'4v ,
fI" grocery. lot, taking I their places on the program Beach their regular winter home, left
.. \:," Alderman T. J. Crier left the city on In the order in which they were called. today for Philadelphia and vicinity "' ;

7, '; Thursday night for an extended trip Chas there was no'knowlug who was to I where tbey will spend the summer. I 4s 4,
Did You Eaten
i through Texas and New Mexico, where He first or last. 'A
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he for the benefit of bis health. Little Miss Ernestine Lett started the Lowney's chocolates at Hllller's.
l goes tr.va fie ICE CltEAU made from par cream?
exercise with a recitation quite true to \\'It have it.Did'. Beach j
yr There is no need of losing your appetite West Palm
nature, and unusually well rendered, eseciallyforone < NOTICE. "
lil'' + i if you will just step in to FaberBrothers' ,
You Eaten
Her aubectVa
of her .
> years. ,
I : market and grocery aad take All parties having claims against: the

A''. a look at the tempting thiagA on'sale ,tf j "Prior, to Miss Belle's ,Appearance City Fire Hall are hereby notified to GLYCERINE SOAP that coat less. '
nee a pure
- f and it took with the audience.! present their claims to L. W. Burkhardt linn :a.lo: We have It for IGc. Also a pure Town Lots.
There sale in the the
i \' was on tore of Then followed in succession the other TAlt SOAP for th. toilet at Ific.
on or before Thursday, Mayas, at ten
; l Ii; Lake Worth Produce Company a crate varied subccts i

L j'"+ _, of tomatoes that were beauties indeed. wenty-two, each vicing participants with the with other for au-- o'clock. L, W. aurkhardt Chr. If You :Need s

; .1, There were just twelve tomatoes in each 3-17 4t A. P. Anthony, Sec.
reoiacy: of ability. It is next to Impossble Choice -Residdllcos
I A SPRING BLOOD TONIC 'Sprlnir1 BarMaparllla .-
,', ; '" to follow each. In detail or to justly l Is. the beat,, for our hot climate.

1' f James Holly came up from Fort Laud., eminent on their ability The commie-

\;':<<4 A'I' I erdale last night! and will remain here tee It U expected will do that in making Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS 'Iiittle Bt1ou.tnies'.

t for several days. He expects to move the awards. 'I'bereVere a number of from $200, up,

1 'k; \1', his, family back to the Cottage City I unusually good selections and renditions\ are always needed to keep the system eloa n

1t! soon. which clebetve special mention, there one-third cash balance by semi-annual
Oat Special"HORSEFLY
,; Heurv hippie and two sons, Clarence were others that were good but'tob longto installments, on reasonable time accord,

: eN and Charles, returned from Dania TUurs- be'' appreciated' and still others that EXTERMIMATOIt has pro
't ,day morning1. They have been engaged were not compatible with, what might be ven to be the cheapen and brat protection ing to price of lot.
I Ir.i for home, and cow from the aiea.
'E 'i '!1 ia packing and shipping tqmatoes. characterized; good taste. In their efforts f'' cr For plats and full information apply to

;'" ri\. : The 130.000 bond'blue authorized by all the participants did the best Broadwell & Moore

: Miami has been declared illegal, because they could and that is all that should be WALLACE B. MOSES, :!

,,? ( ,' ''"' the question' was not submitted to a expected.: The subjects that seemed to uxt au Druggists Agent Florida East Const Railway Land Department.

,:;, \ ,r.' vote ol the people at an election: to lie take best with the audience were those. w
called by the mayor.Rev rendered by Ernestine Lett, Edna Watt, West Palm Beach Florida West Palm Beach, Florida.

Edwin Parrlsh, Philip Helm, Irene
/ -., Henry Mice will preach as ... .. !
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Walker, Harry Sirkin, Ruth beablootu, W. will give mall order prompt attention ir
,){ usual In the Method! church tomorrow OF. r

< it( ,, ,L/ morning. The evening service will be I Julia Dottier, Jack Baker. and Laura 1 Doors, Sash ----. .. f
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__''t i I rJ&Ii. !I .4:" ." a wax union occupyine gathering.the Rev.pulpit Mr. Weal her.i FlemingThe shortcomings that were noticeable Blinds, MouldingsAND GEO. HASLEHDRST & SON TAX SALE NOTICE: r

: are to be attributed to lack of time in
i N" t, ,4' Among the rumors that Jacksonville preparation rather than lack of ability. Building Material, Notice IH bt'robT Rlv'pn'; tbut the following dtmcrlbml lands will ba sold a( public auction ..yon
::1! people are interested in is All the were praiseworthy City ot West Palm Bpach, In the County: of Dade, State of Florida, or..o much thereof
k a 'Meffect, that an oil refinery is to be estab- any failure should nnt be takeu seriously. l tt- Largest Factory South. f aa will lie nucoxunry to iny. tho amount due fur taxes to the said city for the year 1DO4
; :41 ''''hi bed in the city, and another that tbe I Following is the program as rendered : Send for Prices. ; I herein net opposite to the vaiitA, together with coats of inch sale and advertlHlnir.NAMK !
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City Is to have a brewery. I \
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park The by ice the cream ladies social of Holy held Trinity in the Hpis-city t Lett, "Prior to Miss Belle's : I LOCK I LOTS HealKdtato; 1'oilll.'

I Appearance. G .. TTT ., --- JI\oIJlI."ii/i'
copal church Thursday evening netted tt1\% ItlliAtl Jnuttiuiii 1T- \ /
1 ulgoba Mangoes.
Roscoe Anthony, "Horatio at the KCllamerFrancm ... II 4malw145 r 1 T W)' 1
about 130, which amount will be 7M
:v" applied C Saimilm-, .,..' 11 1 uml wIA M WlK 1
to screening the church. Bridge./ I.IIPV. T/ttiiiiilnn. ,. : 12 11 mid w M III 01! HOIU
J' t Frank Dimick, "Burron'a Last Banquet Largest Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms, Phyllan J U Lnutliur.. '" lain 1 a a 4 B U I S II in 156n 80
Regular services at the Congregational I If. IC Imilluir .. ,. .,. >il> part E of right\\'IIY' 17 Go, 17
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thnsetc. Full Line Of CItrUS HOti
AllpotgrowD. Sir, I'A lilwkA ." y1 "wj; t 'It! a
church tomorrow morning conducted by James Wilson "Hannibal to' his Sol grown on High Spruce Pine Lami.; Address, Ivlluintt: '.. wU ti I HIH Hi' "
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the Rev. W.Veatherw. '*
pastor diers." JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm Beach Flu' OJwtrloLlghAroweralceL'n: it 10 ) Ol M >
i who will also conduct a Union service at Rosa L KimJIn) (CI'r"U.: ) \ It W M"fi II S5a I MWl
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Pbitip: Helm, "John Adams \VillIlurclKVH .... 2t: 2 It : :si: .
r the Methodist Church at 7:30: p. m. : ArHiifrtoa ".. .. tT ) II 71)to ) 4 00
Edwin Owens, "New South. ..yy.y..y..YYT...TFV7Vlv.IVVl1tT.nVI '1'0slaved 5s ooII 10 DOB
:?r The portrait of the late Joseph Jeffer- Ira Williams, "Ciesar and Brutus." wyTyrrvt'vy \ bulge; Ci>\ : .: ::,::: 5S 0 : MRoH .' i.: U : ,
f : 3 l' wSclimiil. .. ..' v. and 0 W t... 10 01 I I' Wl ,'.1'
I son recently made by Mr. J, B. Wells!. Reine Walker, "De Watermlllion." I SUMMER HOTEL, CHICAGO W G Uo Hm-ry ... ... ....". 4 w 14 i U xrU 6 5t ." :
II is to finally hang in either tbe fire hal Evle Hardin, "The Farmer.. "' F L Q..llljley.. .. ., .Sit; 1V" 75 4 011. I rl,
--- -- -- U "onl"I".J,' .......... tot land e Jt > ,' 500 1811 I
P I. or the city library, the matter being de. Harry Sirkln, "The Muniuc.." It K Bryant .''''''' '' '' Ml I 750 780

I :, tided by the public vote. Call at M. E. ORATORS. ttOTEu DEti PI ADO = C't'nknownA,1> Hanilolph:. ... :: ':: ,,,::: 40 441, : : ,Ys.*, U a o2T 6 6 50 10U '{

,.1 r ;.' Gruber's furniture store and cast you A M"uut ., .. ".. .. 40 1 11e"&I"llIw"i 11 III Ml 'i "
Philip Helm, "Joseph Jefferson Hi'ttie ('..rltun ",.. ," .... 41' II IIIItI tan "
vote. A : and Transient Hotel. itol.ertilulland .. ... ,.... 4,* 3e14 I 156 106 '
I ti = HiRh-Class Family :
Edwin Par ish. "Florida." W It Mitchell" .... .... ,.. it 8y a r.u> t w. 'iI
:!\ The trump steamship, David, which C located between Wa hlnKton nod Madison AveniiPH. fronting on the Midway W R Mitchell ......" 4* 4 e Ii e XAi 6 iii, ,j( iA I
'.J) I was reported ashore near the refuge DECLAMATIONS AND RECITATIONS. Boulevard adjourning the Chicago: Unlverslty.Parlor Doll ... .. ..... ... 42 4 IV oo 180 1// I
f JI1l1heAWalI.Mr. ..,... .. .. 41 1211 Moo II 90I '1, t
:' ;, house below Miami, has been pulled off, Laura Fleming, "Priscilla." = and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board ror Two People, Weslov Whnlw.... .. .. 41 7044 A Otla 1 so,.
I Louise "Mabel" from $30 to S40 per Week '. ,John (Vlllianm'eutey ... .... .. 4l! Sa14 l lH uo tat l m ,
,{I and has gone on her journey. She was Majenoki, W Winilm ., .. .. 411 1 e tit a 7.1 41)6I ;
\ i ,i'; : from Norfolk to Pensacola, loaded with Flute Broadwell, "Jennie McNeal." r Twelve uilnuteH from down town via IllliuilH Central Rnllwav. : lrano.7lerlnk. .., '. ....I AeH4H 7f (Hi .\I r f
I.Htirfl/ l'"wull ,. .. W W Aon< > tall
: coal, and belongs the American. Fruit Jessie Conklin, "Patsy All train stop at OSrd St.,. to which baggage should be checked. : Fla E C lee Co! .. ,..' life. factory lot railway i-oncrvo 78 Oil It miI \
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: BRADLEY MUSERVE. Daniel Walton (0 I 76 I 100'
Mutt "Death Bed of Benedict : '
Cm Yarborough, : : :
any.The iolmrt MorKiui.. :., :: :::: 24 r H>> DOt -tm f I ?
it' Arnold." Jolla WuoottUtrrr : .. .. ... .. 54 U and 7 ** uo t m t i
(I, 'r it cruising party consisting of Rev AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ncn4t. .. .".. ,. . 14 10 0.11111 4 no 4 !HU ''
,4,:,' ', ': F W. Weatherwax and family, Mr. and Edna Watt, "Nobody's Child. 81' larblnoon .20 II 17 to 17 HO40ft '

.f. t I''",;t I; Mrs. A. R. Beaujon, Mr. and Mrs. Julia Duster, "TUe.Bride of Enderby.'fEdwin -- ---- John T o it\Willie r. \ ::': : :::::, ::::: .. 84Purt H U anil 0 3 n oo 75 i WlI '

}it; 't. D. W. FENT0N & C@ .i.
', Cummings and Capt. L. C Holmes, who< Hurley DaCamara, "Call to Arms. The lot and Mock. Dumber given above are given In accordance to the map of the city or .

!)i I I"i' .I, E ,"" went south among the keys of the lower Ethel Fleming, "Hunting a Bear." Went. Palm Bench now on record In the ofllce nl tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court m and for ,' $.,i
\ / Jack Baker, "Annabel Lee." :' :;: ?: '?f:1.t:: : Dade County Florida union. otherwhie, *p..clrlcd.
I' coast, returned Wednesday night ..c. .
some. ; AUndertakers
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f Witness band thin 20th of A. D. 1009.
Ill .I lOT day May
l Lucy Grier "How Sued St. Mi -7. :
1\\ k I' what browned and weatherbeaten, and They ,
; ,' : .......... :;;.? .:;t .; W. W. IIENDUICKSON: I City Tux Colluotar."US9" .
ii chael, '' v
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'r a gIRd get : "
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,I i 1 ; Ruth Seabloom, "Briar Rose. .r, ,, --- -- -- ------------
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\ Kenan Kenansvllla, Teressa McKenna, "Wreck of the Hes '.
J Risers
t\:4\: '. N. C was quite badly injured In a run FOLEy IIor y. :.4n Early I \
perus. Gruber Block, Narcissus Street 'WEST PALM BEACH, FLA I, 11
jI Tho famous little
,:,, f, : ", \\, ,; I away accident near Wilmington, on thef" Mary Hoffman, "De Funeral." _______ ______ ___ ___ __ __ __.i!. .too?-h.cOQ8th.Dc:1I': .I..J..D pills ,I 1;
: evening of Mar IJ. She suffered i a ---- --
: The exercises will be confined the -'-- -- -- ,
,f"\IJ. I, :' compound fracture of one leg just above $2.59 a J
first three evenings of next week, and FOWLER BROS. & KING
; ,sp'1'; li' the knee, the Injury was of such nature will come to a close on Wednesday evening -: J CD

!.J:).. ;?..t 1t' that amputation wan necessary. Miss with the award of medals contend. MACHINE SHOP E CO

"' 1 }., \ Kenan is an aunt of Mrs Henry M. ed for and diplomas to the graduates. :3 =

i Q Jlagler and bas spent several winters --- --- ---" GAB ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Oro
,\ $ )))1 t. at Palm Beach. ALL KINDS of LA THE and SHAPED WORK -- 4
U The official test of the fire alarm bell -

,{f'A/ t p large< piece! of plastering on the cei!. wa made Thursday evening and proved GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR w .-J .. 1 1J

p', Ing of the high school room fell tnis\ af satisfactory, although the opinion is expresHed SALE e >. U:

:, ? :! loon, messing things somewhat, but tlat the tone is not as dep and Near Ferry Landing, Luke Front, d

i'I, '-!!;. doing no great amount of damage. 1'1 of. harsh! as it might have been desired. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA if jW. r.l N1

; l'i'\ Waugh Was in tbe room at the time and f

4 1 evidently felt somewhat oaths old darky ,

f}v. I J: ', did when he thought he heard the Lori 8 a'5i

.t t' call Caesar : "There aint no C e4ar here ;

: ; ', i', dat nigger been dead dese free weeks." -1 l Hfi
: An eye witness declares the professor T
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\ #, t ; ., tually turned white. g ,, '--' (J}
,r 'i' ;, = 1.:3J: Z J t and Mrs. A. G. Riegel, two of the
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;fil I'' wellknownaocietvyoungpeOpltOtPSimBeacb :..g I f' .MP"I ..
were in Miami yesterday. They
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I 'f came down from Lake Worth in the ,

\, ;' .!:, yacht Edna May, with a party of friends This space is reserved g-N\ Q) 4 11'1

i\ with the intention of cruising among the J 4 A >< 1.... JXc E ,'1 1, 1,

f' keys as far as Key West, but after reach ,h, tLaawwxiai. e 0 (,
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;; ; ing this point decide 4( to return home. ] 0 *,,

4I: They left last evening for West Palm ( -------z i "

; .', Beach by train. Dr. Riegel, who Is one a .f "

i dl? ... i, of the leading business men of West Palm A :' .

1.,,t !. Beach, was much impressed with the a!; Ii. -\,"Pi

f, ';\ hustle aDd general ,activity appatent on t ) :i
every hand in the Magic City-Miami a

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