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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 27, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00042
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LAST OF SCHOOL TomorrowThe Men DRAINAGE PLANS 1



f: ; : CLOSING EXERCISES congregation? of the Method. Cocoa Fla., May 24, 1905To Ship TAKING 'SHAPE .}

: : Congregational and Baptist churcheswill per: This! office will\ be removed to Jack. ,

1 tomorrow morning and evening be sonvilte., as is usual each season, and the ---- "

t enabled to listen to visiting ministers (change this year will be made next Sat V
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who are here in attendance upon the We have just had in Dr. to Deed "of and
' "" Zapf Opera House 'Filled to Overflowing Wednesday se-sions of the East Coast District Conference urday May 27. returns Munyon Ready Right Way v
netting (2.43 per crate, aud the
Methodist Episcopal Church, markets fine conditionand Purchase Price Has Been
Evening and a Creditable South. At the Close of the session wanting are our generally pines.in Pledged. Up'

Thursday night the following
appoint.
Given. t can: quote our fine reds at from $) oa to Land Companies.
Program ments were made for* Sunday: .
fair for
good 485t0 |4 00 well-packed
At the Congregational; Church Rev. '
343. Would be glad: to have ten car
R. L. Iloniker of DeLand will preach
loads today just to fill special\ orders;
at ll a.m., and at,the evening service
\ and such lots, if running of good fruit, Chairman McGinley: of the special ( longer doubt as to this for Dr.
p The final exercises: attendant upon the (the children. Ills remarks touched a Rev. E. J. Gates of Palalka will offici '( any ,. 4
I would handsome
well packed net
::closing of tbe school term of West Palm popular chord to which we hope there' ate. | some very drainage committee of the West Palm Munyon before leaving the city this,
We. anxious for fruit r
prices. are ;
3' ', Beach' public school for: 1904-5 were will be a liberal response : I At the Methodist church Rev. S. W. but bear in mind that it is still cold at Beach Board of Trade reports (that the week sanctioned the action of his agent

At the conclusion of the professor's remarks Walker president Florida Seminary, amount for the purchase of Mr. Geo. G, Currie,- and the special
held Wednesday night in'JZapf's;; Opera the North, and be sure to let your pines necessary
the curtain WM rung up, and the Sutherland Florida will preach at II
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House Although the ball had about graduating exercises proper began.There a.m. At 3 ,p.m. a mass meeting of the be full, pale green and just ready to the.Munyon right of way is practicallyin I' committee which made valuation as'to .

color.If hand aDd that the matter now. rests damages that would be made to his
double the seating capacity of the school were two candidates for graduation young people and children will be held ;

auditorium every seat was occupied honors, from the .blob school]-the and addresses will be delivered by Rev.E. the fruit is picked black green at with the land companies owning] properties property by the digging! : of the canal., .. r
this early it will arrive too
!. of the crowding first two who have ever gone out from A. Harrison, of Key West, Rev T. W. season green in the "submerged district." Within a few days all preliminaries
There was none jam. I that department-Miss LurenaGrier and for prompt sale and thus.will l ; have to be
;. Tomkies of Fort Pierce, and Rev. J. B. will have been arranged, and it is expected
ing and xeueral uncomfortablenesv as Miss Jes-ie Conklin. i held to color so that nothing will be It is learned that the Model Land Co.
I Ley editor of the Florida Christian that active operations will 'com
school auditorium Miss Grier' first address gained.: The reputation of our pines is dredging -
experienced In the was to the audience love feast will\ Is ready to commence operations almost
Advocate. At a mence immediately.
7 p.m
cool that choosing forher:; theme "Ruinsof based on their fine color, when ripe and {k.
and the breeze swept through be 1.eld: the same be-ng couducted by as soon as the deeds to the right Then- '

the large room added materially to the Time.". Th aubect was characterized Rev. W. A. Lowder,. and at 7:45 Rev. their exquisite flavor which pines packed of way are produced, and there is no Just watch West Palm Beach boom.
comfort the audience. tbroughoutbyjjbrilllaat} [ Ideas and will deliver the sermon. dead greet will never attain.
J.B. Ley
.wv While the exercises were lengthy scholarly wordin'g, ". which! held the audi- Rev. E. A. Harrison of Key West, Stand by the old Association. This Is

'1' somewhat long drawn out, \they were as ence in silent raptuVefuntil the ]last word 1 will preach at the Baptist church at II our tenth season and we have; records Program ForMemor Closing ofDistrict
to show the value of the work have
we
i "a whole much enjoyed by those present. was gpoken.aTHenJjiiere was such an Rev. E. Mick. '
and J.
a.m., at 7:30: p.m
? ; Much downright bard work had been ovation as the young'lady. should ne'er leg of Daytona, wiltpreach.To I done for our shippers in the past se'a.and al DayThe ConferenceThe
V this occasiou forget. sons, are ia better condition than
for special __
&:...y, done to prepare all o( these services the public Is
and,we believe this fact was tealixed I by Miss Conklin then stepped forward ; ever before to make you the best possi
A' those who witnessed the result. For and in her inimitable manner delivered :invited. ble net.! result. Every new association committee of arrangemement East Coast District Conference of {I

I the successful preparation and staging the essay she had prepared for the occasion \ trying to market fruit from this sectionIs for the observance of the Nal onall\Iem. the. Methodist Episcopal Church South, 1

t y of this final chapter of the closing exercises -the occasion of her life. The subject Examination of Teachers. simply putting your fruit in competi- orial Day, May 30, ask the general public which has been in session in the local

v very much of the credit is due was well chosen being "To What Toe tegular 'examinat'on of teacherswill lou and causing a fight for markets. We for contributions of flowers and flora church since Tuesday evening, will. conclude ,7

and rightfully belongs to Miss Grace Ends." It was distinctly] original and \ be held at tbe Miami High School make a specialty of the pines of this sec- designs, to be carried to the band stand its business today;and tomorrowwill

f' Lainhart, the able assistant In the high the rendition clear, distinct, masterly Building on Tuesday, June 6, beginning Lion, handle none from any other portionof in tie city park by 9:30: Tuesday morn. be devoted to religious/ and praise

school department. She has shown her She\ may well feel proud of her effort' promptly at 8 o'clock a.m. Those taking the Slate and no foreign fruit. Our Inj{. Ladies will be there to receive services In tbe various churches of the f

V; adaptability and desirability u a teach. and of the approval given by the audi- the examination will be required to Association shipping stencil or stamp flowers and all are invited lo assist in city. tl

.. r er by the result of her labors. ence furnish to the examiner a wrinen in has cone' to be a trade mark for our rrangtng them for decoration of the The program, as published in Wednes ,

The chief features of the evening In [Both essays are considered so creditable dorsement of good moral character, from fruit. This is certainly of value. We soldiers' graves. day's l Issue of The Tropical Sun was
have always encouraged buyers, and The procession will leave the park for carried out, with few minor altera,'
which nearly everyonn was more or ]less that they will be given .pace in The responsible person and to pay a-fee
interested were the graduates and grad Tropical Sun as a public recognition: of I of one dollar. R. E. HAtT should be glad to sell f. o. b., shipping Lakeside and Woodlawn cemetery at ;3 tions and many interesting reports have

"", uating essays. Secondary tbe program their merit.] f Supt. Pub. Inst. Dade Co. point or Jacksonville but would point o'clock p. m. sharp. been read before the conference. It has '

t' itself and last, but by no means least, The graduating-class from the graui- I May 321.1905. tie at out that the really right way to' sell is for Carriages will be provided for all been shown that the state of the chureb tIn

?, the presentation of medals of merit to be lIar school wanquite large, evincing the the grover to sell his whole output for wishing to join in the national servicer the East Coast District both from a yti

awarded for proficiency and ability. The fact that there were no laggards. Following Attention, Delray. the sea'lOn. of all grades aud sizes. It Isa The following is to be the order. of ex spiritual and financial point of, view is
mistake judgment to sell off a raises at the cemetery: in a flourishing condition, and,, altogether '
my
nicely to are the of the graduates
interwoven as uames
three were so : I will be in my shop in Delray next
students few cars of your finest fruit at the beat Song "America" accompanied by a tbe meeting[ held here have been '
whole. -Ju'ia Doster Grace Garret
make one grand 1904 Monday, May 29, for attending to the
\ of the season.: Today we can ship of instruments. encouraging and successful, much Interest fi
Slrklnj; Ruth part quartet
music )
After a few preliminaries- Harry beabloom. Bessie wants of those in need of blackutnitbing
and net a higher price for a standard car Prajerby Rev. P. \V. Weatherwax. having been manifested by church
; songs and vpeechlets-the curtain was An'drew's. Miry< Lou Hatcbttt, Elsie aud horseshoeing.;. T. J. CAIIIPB r.I..
1/f rung up on "Rebecca"-the operetta, Broad well. Myrtle) Miller. I of fine reds than would be paid by a buy i Reading from the G. A. R. service people of all denominations in the city.
erf.o.h. book on the significance of the day by The schedule of services at the various 'h ,
students i
comedy, tragedy or whatever you pleaseto 1915 --Boscoe Anthony Lulu
term It-and the exercises were prop Rose, Grace Cook, Isabel Gnrrelt Reine t to those for whom they were Intended, We want buyers who will make a contract I Comrade F. Armstrong.; churches in the city is published elsewhere -

erly under way. "Rebecca" was one of Walker. which he did in a few nicely. worded re and take a whole crop or so many Song "Tenting on the Old Camp in this issue

those possibilities in life which are to be At this juncture Prof Waugb in a marks. The lion's share went to Miss cars each week right through the sea Ground."

j \ found even today without any great re few well chosen words, presented the Lainhart as, slight token of regard from son. I am making especial efforts along Reading of President Lincoln's address NEWS FROM STUART.
"I her pupils and friends and others to the this Comrade WilmooVhtUdin.
this line season. Gettysburg by
search more particularly in tbe rural i diplomas to tbe graduates:
districts. Truism reality human nature Then came the awarding of the Currie two lady graduates from their teacher as .Please advise me -aildreusing me at Stuart is happy over the building of 'Iu

permeated it throughout-the sub medals for oratory and dec'amation. mementos of the occasion Jacksonville after May 36-if you are in Decoration Song, by double quartet. three miles of shell rood extending one i,

lime commingling with the ridiculous.In Mayor Currie was invited to the platform Thanks were extended, congratulationsoffered need of Association shipping stencils Address,by Rev. S Delahay Paine. and a half miles east and south. A shell

the rendition of the piece and all and took the position of master of Ceremonies. : good bye said and the school stamps or books Song and chorus "Cover Them Over bicycle path of equal length: on a street
He term of 1904-3 was at an end. E. P PORCHEK General Agent. with Beautiful Flowers." nearer the river will follow ere many 44
that pertained to it, talent in various directions read tbe report of the committee
Those having' the closing exercises in ------ Benediction, by Rev. Henry llice.I months. The road:! is being built by
was evinced which, if followedup an awards-Dr. J. M. Munyon "
charge desire us to publicly return thanks / Notice.All Decorating the graves by the children convictlabor.
and persevered in, will bring the and Messrs H, P. Drannlsg and H. B. I
lo:Mr. George Zipf for'generously donating under the charge of committee of ladies A force of U work
into public prominence. Saunders-whose decision was that Ed- the boys and girls wishing; .take men at constructing
possessors
There is no occasion to peraonaliz, win Parrish was entitled to first prize one-half of tbe rental] price of the part HI the decoration of the soldiers' I During the decoration a quartet of instruments a steel bridge over the St. Lucle river ,

because there were no failures-every* and Philip Heim to second The ant ball for the occasion. graves; on Memorial Day are requested will play appropriate music. here. This is so great an undertakingthat 4

one filling bi& or her particular niche to nouncement was received with a roundof For Sale.. to meet me at tbe schoolhouse, Monday I STORES WILL CLOSE. it will probably not be completed ,;

perfection. applause in which fellow students afternoon, May 39. at four o'clock to This week a committee of ladies, consisting before December.

Between the acts so to speak, the audience participated with the audience.For Twenty swarms! of bees, zoo Iba comb I received Instructions for their exercises I of Mesdames Burnham and The dock has been greatly enlarged i;

was treated to Instrumental and elocution, the auctessful contest. Foundation, honey extractor, lot of on Tuesday, when they should report at Stovers visited the business houses of aud a new freight house built. y

vocal music and minor recitations. ants were Miss Edna .Watt, first, and frames for hives. E. F. TAlUOR I the band stand. la the park by ay. the city with a view of getting them to Mr. Bessey has recently erected the i

Mrs. T. T. Reese entertained with a Reine O. Walker, second. Both of these May 20, 1905. Neptune Fla. GRACE L. LAINHART.: I close during the exercises on Tuesday finest house in Stuart and there are

.piano solo of rare merit, and received an announcements called forth a renewal. Their effort: proved successful all of several very good modern houses and

ovation therefor. of approbation. the business men having agreed to close others are well under way. t,

Mott Yarborough did a little sojnething The prize given by Mr.. E. D. Anthony Supreme Court Reverses between the hours of 2:30: and 5 o'clock. Robert McPherson has'purchased s

extra in a song which was well re- for declamation first was awarded'' to ----.-- t
several lots on Avenoe D, and M erecting
.'. Philip. Heidi and second to Harry Sir.
.. ceived. Dade County Decision Christian Science Services. houses to rent. There is always a demand i'
) Carl dirtett, made one of his usual tin, which was approved as in the former for furnished and tT
First Church of Christ, Scientist West houses no
s hits in his coon song "Lonesome.. Little decisions other Investment better income.A .
stairs in Masonic brings a v
Nigger." For composition prize offered by Mr. Palm Beach Fla., up

Edna Watt pleased the audience witha Guy I, Metciylf, Miss Laura Fleming was According to information from Tallahassee i public roads and other improvements Temple west of Bank on Clematis ave. most successful term of school recently 7

little trualisllc. scene, which was rlghh the successful contestant, and the decision the Supreme Court of the State the county. The case was',heard before I nue. Sunday services at 3:30 p.m.; Sun. closed with a picnic at thfe pavil-:
was heartilY' concurred in. Her Judge Jones in tbe Circuit Court and day-school at arjop.m.; testimonial meet. Ion on Ocean Beach eight miles away.,
goad. has handed dow.n a decision in the appealed I and that is another
fifth the
third By pavilion evidence
first way
The dialogue song "Where are you subject was "Modern American Wo an nrder entered requiring the board ings at 7:30: p.m. on
going my petty maid," by little Miss man'.Opportualtiu." case of the Board of Commissioners individually and collectively, to refundall Wednesdays in' month. The pastor of of the business ability of the peo-i it
# Dade The State of Florida this church is the "Bible" and "Scienceand pIe here. Many also are members of
LHah Pyle and Master BHggsBraanlng, In the elocutionary contest: honorable County vs. county moneys so expended among
the club and can use the club house
.w+ given on a previous evening: was repeat. mention'was accorded the efforts of and m which the decree of the lower themselves Healtb.with Key to the Scriptures a*

ed and appreciated.The Misses Jessie Conklin.Laura Fleming, court: is modified' to prescribe that the An appeal was taken to the Supreme by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy. The well. week'the

piano solo by Miss Bertha Elliott Eva Hardiu, Julia Doster and Ernestine: Commissioners refund to the county all Court and the above decision of that tribunal The subject of the lesson-sermon next Last enterprising merchants
; Cause and Mr. Kltchlng: .. and one of the .. "
Is "God the Only ,. largest ,
,assisted by Mia Julia Doster wan appiovinfly Lett. of the money'expended among them wilt stand as final, and while still Sunday :
received. Mayor Curries marks were flowery, selves over and above a reasonable cost against the Board of Commissioners Creator.:" Tezt "Lift up your eyes on pineapple growers.Mr.Kroger, spent ,

Before reaching the graduttlng essays, smilingly uttered, and contained a sort for all goods furnished the county by which had sought\: exhoneratlon for its high and behold who bath created these .week with their families, Camping there.'

Professor Waugh addressed the audienceon of semi-promise to do as much for the various members of the board so effected. act, the decree of the lower court has things."-Isaiah: 40:26. All are cordially All am busy getting ready forth. ,pineapple ,,

the line of what bad been accomplished next -"school stars" ss he: had done for It will l be remembered that the Board been so modified that the board is required invited to attend_ these' services. shipping season. .

scholars the the present. of County Commissioner preceding the to refund the county treasury t lu /
by the during term Yarborough
several beau with such funds' as expended a Born, on Wednesday evening, May 34 James returned Thursday 'r
and this too, under adverse ttircnm There were in evidence present board was charged trading only were by
..tancea Be plead earnestly for betterS tiful bouquets of flowers, and Mr. H. S. am 007 themselves while serving..sueh: : them over and above reasonable cost to 1905 to Mr. ana Mrs.J. It..Harper. a vacation night from at home.school, and *'il. spend' the.

S,-. facilities and better accommodatlops for Miller was called upon to present them board, and conducting the building of i the goods Hold by them to the.county. son
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f INTEREST PURELY PERSONAL Pineapples _'-===....._. --= :=...:.. .

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Paragraphs Pertaining People u They Come and Go- One of,the Cuest pineapple patches on;
PIilQl'ltR'1'Y THAT
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to West. Pal1n. each People Whom You Slay or the Xtnst Coast, and probably one of the: I"QU' \ t\Q: Improve*nd peed ntoney : .

{, and Vtelnlty. May Not Khnw finest In the state, is the thirty-two-acte to do I it witjwfapply/I1\ to>,t(Jto.; G. Ctmie( ,

{ field owned by the Keystone PlantationComjmny Weljtr.alll\n'liacnr.: \, : a ""I '. ,;' "
miles] north' 01 DelUy. --,---I i g\\ NI
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A sort; wan born ..( Saturday to Mr. Mr. W. I Pee, of Fort Pierce; was a & Leave your prJerw at The Tropical .
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aid Mrs. George M. Taylor. visitor in the city over Sunday. ,I A representative of The Tropical Sun Sun office for all kinds of engraved I

r i A son was born to Mr and Mrs. B T. .Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Garrait. spent wait recertify sha>w4| through the field! byForeman'Georffe'.G' ard monogram stationery, and vlalttag

. Moore, Saturday (ntlernoon, May au. .Moodayan, Miami <'m business /' r; I' rbitad'Eya \. Lac,. The plants cards t* 4 .". '

A game of base ball is lj be played' on ,'' Ya borbugti-returned" i II ',; Saturday are phi fajfuie C-HfcdAioo.! I% having been! ;,,"'ot n eti., IJ I ardll1 ,urnleh- .Fop The

the FoiDciann grounds tomorrow aCtern evening from a visit 'witli friends In iinliurvny'" the ed and' Rooms To Let cards at
,' Jon, weather pt.ru.aling.i Ddr/lY. and a'full cYop-of several thousan4 Th(# Tropical Sun offl0e.I: .

+ ::0. W. Weybrechl: tuxngcd/ in putting Messra. E. M. Bre> KM I and A. F crates will 'be picked tnts seaso. Tbij -. _.-_ ..... -.M..-.--,....-.

a down several, deep w"ll. tot Dr. J. Anthony spent!: yesterday til Miami on fruit Is large and of uniform size, s) Fine Una; '',, of latest >trJa; ,... 'visiting!. '. J ...." 00' \ \ .

z' 1) DLMunyouon ]Wuuy.!
Mr. W.. H. DaCaniArn has returnedl"10 the nrirtlieru..,joarkel'but' not a pin% Tropical Sun.. Call and sea samplo" I/ t
The commencement exercises: ut S'et- \ ; '
will shipped.4\ MiO
be informed .. (
Stacy
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son University, cLaud, will be next the city from a'visit of several days In -- ---- j YT"1' ,. f ,
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Sun that the
tr r Friday and coutlnue until the follow lug :Key;: W 8t. :The! Tropical l. entire crop Every thing!;to> the printing wn. ,at l I ,
( would be o d'hnd delivered to the canning The "*SUrC work 'Fourth'
Tuesday. Mr. J. A. McDonald left Saturday Tropical" neatest atdal'style
; factory QPerRte f.t. Delray] by the cute!! la tJieSv rl Mule ( jlr
', 4 I!.t '' Guy Clow U seriously ill with typhoid night on bnslnpos!!! trip to New York and Planters' Packing Wj Preserving Coup)' e5b q r''. .; .' t.. ; ; I ,

't'. fever In Jacksonville. Ilia wall) friend Other points qurtu. pany. '1

ik i, here will regret to hear this, and hope Judge R. C. Tasker, a prominent and It la learned that many other growers "Sermons by the Devil" See (tread -

,f! for his speedy recovery. progressive citizen of Delray, spent 1 last along the lower East Coast will disposeof It. At Idnor'a. Y

Contractor M J Yarborough has the I IA Monday in the city. on business. their'crop in the same manner, the!
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;" ) contract for building a pretty cottage on Wilbur Yarborough left last night; for prices offered by the'cannlng factory being 00----

t the property purchased last spring by; Baltimore, Md., where he goes in a business satisfactory ": '

/ .'1, Mrs. Moruingctar of Celina,' Ohio. capacity. His friends hereaboutswish _______ .. 'N Did.rYoti" EV tr ,

I: : him good luck. H will be teamed"with regret by their
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Last observed the
: Saturday was by
it trv u Do ICE CREAM made from pure cream. ? .
I : colored people aa Emancipation Day, 1' Mrs. B. W. Jerome, who has spent' many friends in'West Palm Beach that We have It., 'I.,. ". r,! West Palm Beach

i''}: and the streets were alive with that element several months in her pretty winter Mr. and Mrs. W. Gordon-Brown arc j

::<<:. of our citizenship.. home, Datura street, is now at home in planning to leave the city within the Did You Evet1

1 : New London Conn. next ten days for Warren, Ohio where '
r, The Ladies Guild of Holy Trinity : axe a pure OLTCERDUI fcOAl that cod less .
;,?; Church; will meet on Thursday afternoon Mrs. I. N. Hiscock and Mrs. II, B. they will make their permanent home; than a3c? We have It for, 15e. :Alno a, pure Town Lots.Choice +6
Mf Mr., Brown will In business in TA U 8OAP for the toilet at 100.
I 1Ii, at 4 o'clock, at the residence of Saunders left Saturday night for lIita'wlwhere engage

tl; ,;''i'; Mrs. Charles M. Merrill. they will spend several] days with Ohio, having recently accepted the treaa- If You ]Need 2 ,
of large
urershlp a manufacturing concern -
: ''The Miami that Dr. N. S. their sister, Mrs. Singleton.] 5
state
papers in Warren. He will, however Residence Lotsfrom
keep
t 3urnhani: ? well-known oC Mrs. R. K. Crutchfield who has for A 8pmN BLOOD TONIO "SprlneV Bar-. '
: physician ,
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his .
up pineries at Likely,' and will retain Napa rill"la the IK-HI for our hot climAte.'l1ittle
'I' this city, will soon, remove to that place several weeks been visiting her daughter. his interests in Dade county. The Trop- f

ft. ; and piactice his profession. Mrs. Harry L. Brown, in St. AUJZUS- ical Sun hastens to extend to this most Bpouunics

.t i.,I"i. .j' Fresh roasted peanuts.. Lake Worth tine, Is expected home Saturday. estimable couple its best wishes, and $200, up,

!I' t, Ftoduce. Company. Mrs. Sackett expects to leave about trusts that their new home may be pleas. are always needed to keep the system clogs

PI. \ Prof. A., Kaufmaun and family expectto the first of June for a visit of several ant and that they may continue prosper.ous. Oaf Special' one-third cash, balance by semi-annual ml

to Miami about the first of months through the West, spending a I time according
move June, tie installments, on reasonable -,
deal of
time In'
great Colorado. HORaE
,(1 ,,; \ when the former will open a photographic -FLT EXTKRMItfATOn": hail. proven r
(' the Milk Cream and to.ho the cheapest and beat protectionfor to price of lot.
studio in the Magic City. Among number who took In the Butteron ,, .
? t l' horses and cows from the fll(",
'A bill creating the new county of St. excursion via the P. & O. Line to Cuba sale] by the Lake'Worth Produce Co. Ifor: ''plats> 'and Full information apply to > "

V Lpcie from Brevard, passed the Senate were A. T. Feaster and J. W.. Rich. Sweet MilK 10 cents Jeer<<:: quart Broadwell & Moore WALLACE R. MOSES '

r 0 Friday by a vote of 18 to n. The new bourg They expect to be away several Buttermilk\] 10 cents per quart ,

9 GI\:\ county will exist: as soon thereafter as days.Mr. Skim Milk 5 cents per quart Druggists Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department. /.

t the Governor signs the bill. Foster, of"Ask ,Mr. Foster"fsme, Clabber Milk'g cents per quart Beach \
4 West Palm FloridaWe :<
i s l' Capt. Oeorge; B. Baker, of this city, accompanied by Mrs. Foster, were passengers Cottage Cheese 10,cents per tin West Palm, Beach, Florida.TAX .... ,
:
d r arriving in the city Saturday Homemade Butter 35 cents per pound \ :'
has been awarded another big contract ""
h will give: mall orders prompt attention.GEO. "'"
night from trip to Havana. They wentto Cream cents: I
; In :Miami, having been the successful St. Augustine Monday. 50 per quart I : r

bidder for laying the :aj-inch conveyor NOTICE, .

pipes from the new wells north of the ,\Ils9 Rose Young, who for the past two HASLEHURST & SON SALE NOTICE: .
Jif"" city to the pumping station. years has been a resident of West Palm All parties having claims against: the J

Beach, having held a responsible] clerk. City Fire Hall are hereby notified to
/, There is no need of losing your appetite Notice IH hereby given that the following dewrlbi-d! land will be sold at public auction j
) if.you will just step in to FaberBrothers' ship In the office of Wallace R. Moses, present their claims to'L. W. Burkhardt Contractors and Builders Monday,the aid day. of July 10O5: at 10 o'clock a m, ut the City Council Chuinbor, In .t -
-1< market and and take left yesterday morning for her former on or before Thursday, May 25, at ten the City vf Went Palm Hunch In tho County of Dade, State of Florida* or to much thereof ;
'l a grocery home in Philadelphia. She has many o'clock. L. W. Burkhardt: Chr. I a. will be neccKxnry to )'ny the amount 'due lop texas to the said city for the year 1940 ..1
I 'lJl}: a look at the tempting things! on sale tC friends in the city who hope that she 1 S-174t A. P. Anthony, Sec. P. O. BOX 304 herein I net oppoNtte-' JQ the name,together with coats of Much sale and artvertlHlng. "j ,' -': J'"
The. concrete building being erected I ----- ..
'f I'' may yet decide to return and mi.ke this I Tux onUonl .:t
.';1, on Clematis avenue, opposite The Tropical place her permanent home. : _--. NAME BLOCK: I LOTS TotalfiifTito ');
y Sun office Mr. J. C. Stowers, hast Eetnte
1 by GRAFTED' t .
r been leased for a term to Mrs. L. Constantine Mulgoba M "' . ,.. ,. .. -x:- 11 ---- 1 uu I
t Program For BIIDDED angoes. ECflmutr .. .... .. .. .. .. \u 4 hod w K 8 r IHWl ,1 NOSO
:'; who will, curly! in June, occupy I Francis C Sntnxlcrs ... ..... 11 111I,1:1! : (Nin 80 1)1-/,
4C; and lines Lamping .. ..... 11 U sod. w H III uu Iff BO :
it with her millinery fancy goods in the States. alms :
Collection of United
i,' Largest{; Crotons Pbyllan .I t! LiuitliwJO ..... .. .. 18 J >>'S"1i 111 8" 10 125 011)00, '
,: store. The building Is nearing/: completion Memorial Day thus, eta All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock ) Lnuth(>\'. ... ... 111 5 purl Rot right of waJ' 1MK 17'BUMr.
I'A Block .... ... 32UK 4 w M x>> III 8 YY
and will\ be ready for occupancy --- grown on High Spruce Pine Land Address A KliUiiiK .. .. .. .... YY Uw' //1 xWt Slll '
.1 1) Mnthl .. IN 8 w U t>7 'IT "
about the first. The
committee of y
e 'rf' arrangememeats JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm Beach Flu Klutiti-lo: l.lif I't.I'owor&;Ice Co: ,. HI S.' (M.. HO DO 6 6It.
1 > The many friends in this city of MrDunbaui for the observance of the National Memorial ...,, L Kaolin (Karl'().. ... 54 8 a' I4 11:1"I : 0 65 '
W ill 1Lird ... ... ........ .211 I O is U W 066oVIt ''I'
I .t'' Coxetter, who has for the past Day, May 30, ask/the general pub- S-vvvvvv.vy. rrvvfv4rV"VV.VV.VVYVYVVYYVwtnYn.rryVV. ) Arrhitfton ..... ...... ... 27 .2 o. 11" 101
.... ... .. ,. I
j lic for T U SpuuilUenrirti 2a 1 o. 10 U 10 80
of contributions of .
: several seasons been manager the flowers and floral Cox, .. ....... ..'. 21 ve Ja58 8 B5 ,
'P 1' Western Union Telegraph offices in the designs, to be carried to the band stand 1 <; wSahiiiiiiW ..... .... .. ... ..... :tit do ) and 0wg 1tJ0I'1080' ,
SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGOPJRflDO (J Do BerryIiniiiuindorMr............. ... ri1! 4 w U u 2r a (15 ',
I Royal Poinciana and The Breakers, will in the city park by 9:30: Tuesday m9rn. F I.iluigRley. ..... ........ ::1\1 1 IV U 87G 4 US "-'" /
r ..,...,...... 1011 1 80 1" I
landeUI +
s ,. regret to learn that a few days ago he ing. Ladles will be there to receive U K Bryant .. ... ....... .... J 7 toB TOO
was attacked by a huge shark while flowers and all are invited to assist in E OTELk tit <; 1' UiimlnlphUnknown ...... ......... JWM 8 W n 'IN' a 80 t ,
HH 4 11 UtJ M asA
t \ ;" surf bathing at Pablo Beach. He is now arranging/ them for decoration of thesoldiers' A Mwiwclliatia ": ::-:.:' :':::'::: 40: 50 VKUlld8\\'K
,''. in a Jacksonville hospital and will recover graves.( A and Transient hotel : : CnrltnnKuliorr : .. 41 ti ne MlI 'u
Illjrh-Clasfr Family HiillnndW ,::::::.::::: 44 8e 14 55
but it is feared that he will be a The procession will!] leave the park for It M.lohl'll. ...... ....... .. 41 8 w' K 3 (6 Ml 1" 1 80tt ( 5.5
t Located between Washington and Madison Avonupn, fronting: on the Midway W Il-MJlahull. .. ....., 49: 4 t I t' : 55
'> cripple] for lit;.. Lakeside and Woodlawn cemetery at 3 a. Boulevard, adjourning the Chicago University A Hell .... .I.. ..... 42: 4rv r 0UO 5so
1111110Vnlkcr.......... .., 41 1 :1 1,1 00 1080B
o'clock .
p. m. sharp. Parlor and Bedroom with Private Bath and Board Two .
best of In the edible ror People
The everything Wenlov Winiln. ? .... ... 42 T U I J' S I IU 30
I line to be found in this city usually on Carriages will be provided for all i from $30 to $40 per Week. .JohnMllllanis ..... ...... 4t!1 au 1i g (Ml 180
t ; E = Wesloy Wdnlm.... .... ... ..i iIiiiivc.f 4N>1 10" SIll 4 (16 '
sale at Faber Brothers' market and wishing to join In the national services. : Twelve minutes from down town via llllnolH Central Rail way. b'rink J,A. ,6 1 onB
The following is to be the order of All traliiH stop at OJIrd !St.; .. to which baggage: / should] be checked. lsutnl'nwtil. :. ; ... ::::::::: :.1, 4U Sw" IIM( ) m>
i grocery. > exercUes FI.*.': C lUll Uo ....'? ...... Ice faeun'y lot, o.bl'aiIWI\IIrvO 11 00 79 80 ,
Nt, l + at the cemetery: BRADLEY &. MUSERVB. Proprietor.. Uailii'l WultonItoliurt .. .. ... .. 0 1 75 tOIl',
''f ; Me -irLaSal'.e: & Stoneman, of the Moricnn. .... ... ,.. 94 1 DOa NOB :
N f r I' "M" trn' Recordhave: become owners of'' Song, "America," accompanied by a : John 1V "hued., .. ...... ... 24 (1I I and, 7 vo 80 '
t of AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA liiMT/Hontt.. Y4 W cud 11R 4 HO 4 HO
the j ..el:,ou\li11e Daily Sun, and it Is said quartet Instruments. SI' Jlurbinwin: ':::' ::;:: .:::: au M1 17 a1 17 8(1( r't
Prayer by Rev. F, W. Weatherwax. 'n' -- T G "b' rood ...... ....... ...... :I i2 8 8 75 4 OSB '/l;, ,.
r, that (hey will be backed in the new venture John Whito.K .. ........,...... .H* and n B XI \ HO lit '
by J. N. C. Stockton, who may use Reading, from the G. A. R. service I, RtlHHOll L'"II.t. soh vr H lot T d Ii H i I'll'> wane :23 t 4:1: r 48-8 i 1I0)'t'JII on' 9 80as "" ,
book the D. W. FENT0N & e0.Undertakers
on significance of the day by
ik the paper to boom 'his candidacy for The lot nod block uu in burn given above are given In accordance to the map of the city ot '1 '
"Cnited States Senator, to succeed Sena. Comrade F. Armstrong: Went Palm Busch now on record In the ofilce of the Clurk of the Circuit Court, In and for '

tor Mallory. The Record will be continued Song "Tenting on the Old Camp In. and Dude County, Florida, uuleM otherwise ipvcIflBd.WltneHH "
Ground" my baud thla 20th day of May, A.D. 10OS.: r
af Miami by Mr. LaSalle}] while
Reading of President Lincoln's] address Vf. ,v. HEXUIUCKSON! City Tax" Collector.
said that Mr. Stoneman will to
i ih it i* go Embalmers'WEST
h Jacksonville to manage the Sun. Gettysburg by Comrade, Wilmon -'

''y Wanted. Will a pair Whllldin. FOLEi lfiJR Dtlrt''.':'- Early Risers
Pigeons pay age
Decoration Song, by double quartet. Gruber Block. Narcissus Street PALM BEACH. FLA
1 i t' delivered to Lake Worth Produce Co. Address,by Rev. S Dolahay] Paine stone h.cOQlih.nd! .:.s.!i"us>> Tho ,famous! little pills

'j ,r A full supply of pineapple wraps an -- ------- --
Sorig and chorus, "Cover Them Over '- ---- -- -

t crnU'S, also crate materlal.just received with Beautiful Flowers." FOWLER BROS. & KING =t> $2.59 4

i Call and get our prices before you make Benediction, by Rev. Henry H
7 I a your purchase East Coast Lumber and Decorating the graves by1 the children MACHINE SHOP 8 fna
r
Supply Company. 10-41 tinder the charge of committee of ladies. =
------- GAS fHOINE REPAIRS A SPCCIALTY
During the.decoration of instruments 3n ej
a quartet
't 0
i For We Be Brethren." will play appropriate music. ALL KINDS of LATHE and SHAPER WORK _

Jay Editor Tropical Sun: In view of the GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR j

approaching G. A.'R. :Memorial Diy, Itis'a The Tropical Sun la always on aal SALE t S ..cr ,
,
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at Idner & Son's.Lowney's >. .
how the old heroes 0
to note
i pleasure .
i h I Near Ferry Landing, Luke Front,
/l. of both sides! are fast coming together, Jjl
/ J chocolates at Hilller's. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA aW : /
letting past bitterness lie geutly covered ,
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P'J
o'er with the mantle of oblivion. At a '.

N recent Confederate decoration of South. J !1 {Sihlrr

'' ern soldiers' graves, where ago men who I !
td ,
wore the gray were present Gen. George RIp"P9r'"
I,!la'' Loud, of W. S. Hancock Post. G. A. R.. ,- '. !!'A'' 'stf k e' 1 v

M delivered the oration. At this late day 1.L_ 9 '-' t-.
,g z erkrtlo&k:+ wsw ) m,
1 the narrow or dwarfed heart it _
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.1 ,that can and still throb with, ill feeling i Ad1 :i

t or unfriendliness. The big, broad, sensible !1 ......
I i ] American North and South, now .. .. I

I .,' clasps hands in good fellowship, to. se'rved r I j1) 13.- .... Q Fi) 41
This is
r getber honoring memories of brave men, space (

who died for what they believed was N ,1 tt r I S
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I attendance upon the festivities at Delray t'j.1
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last Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. E I 1 1c
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A. P. Anthony and Mr. G. O. Strohm, .

who made thG trip on Mr. W. I Huff-- "i

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[Covaro/WdMtfrM TROPICAL' / SUM H'ttmtabflitiftt F9tia4,: ,.1887.,*!. wuii. VTV, Mfl. On. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE NO. 1086

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LAST ': Divine Services I Of Interest toPineapple _

OF .SCHOOLCLOSING TomorrowThe Men DRAINAGE PLANS



t EXERCISES: congregation of the Methodist, Cocoa Fla., IJIay_ :24, 1905,-To Shippers TAKING, t SHAPE

J' 1 Congregational and Baptist churches : Ti! is office will be removed to Jack, ... "

'- will tomorrow! morning and evening be sonville, as Is usual each seasons and the a I ,

i enabled to listen to visiting ministers, change this year will be made next Sat

'. Zapfs Opera House Filled to Overflowing Wednesday ae who sions are of here the East in attendance Coast District upon Conference the. urday, May :37. We have just bad in reruns Dr. Munyon Ready to Deed Rightv of Way and ;;

netting $2.43 per crate, and the .4

Evening and a'! Creditable South. At Methodist the close Episcopal of the Church session, markets are generally in fiue condition Purchase Price. ,Has Been Pledged. Up
and wanting our pines.I '
Given. Thursday night the following appointments jan quote our fine reds at from $3 oo to Land Companies. t
Program were made for Sunday: '
for flnewell
far good 488 to $4 oo -packed
At the Congregational Church Rev.< ,
249. Would be glad:; to have ten car
R L. Honiker, of DeLand will preach .
loads today just to fill special\ orders;
and at the evening service
lit II a.m"
,
; The final exercises attendant? upon the the children. His! remarks touched a Rev. E. J, Gates! of Palatka will offici and such lots if running: of good fruit Chairman McGlnley bf the special j longer any doubt as to this for' Dr.. 4 '
.. I would net hand
; ,:closing of the school term of West Palm popular chord to which we hope there t well packed some vejty drainage committee of the West Palm Munyon before, leaving the city this
ate.At some prices. We. are noxious for fruit;
M Beach; public school for, 1904'5 were will be a liberal response the Methodist chtirch Rev. S. W. but bear in mind that it Is still cold at Beach Board of Trade reports (that the week sanctioned the action of his agent, IfMr

4f11"u," t held Wednesday night in Zapf's/ Opera At the the conclusion curtain of the professor's and remarks Walker president Florida Seminary the North and be sure to let your pines necessary amount for the purchase of Geo. G, Currie' and the ,special art''
WM the
rung up, Sutherland Florida, will preach at II
l ; House. Although the hall had about graduating exercises be full, pale green and just ready to the.Munyon right of way Is practicallyIn committee which made a valuation as"to
? began.There
d proper am. At 3 p.m. a mass meeting foi the
t!; t double the seating capacity of the school were two candidates for graduation young people and children will be held, color.If hand, and that the matter now rests damages that would be made to his '

auditorium, every seat was occupied. houors from the high school-the and addresses will be delivered by Rev. the fruit is picked black green at with the land companies owning) properties property by the digging! of the canal *
it will arrive
this early too
season green
U v There was none of the crowding, jam. first that two department who have-Miss ever LurenaGrier gone out from and E. A. Harrison, of Key West, Rev T W. for prompt sale and thus will! have to beheld in the "submerged district." Within a few days all preliminaries 4.'
Touikies of Fort Pierce and Rev. J. B. will have been arranged, and it la expected '
lag and general uncomfortablenessr as Miss Jea-ie Conklin. to color so that nothing will be It in learned that the Model Land Co.
Ley editor of the Florida Christian that active operations will commence
1 experienced in the school auditorium, Miss Grler'was first to address the audience Advocate( At a love feast will gained. The reputation of our pines ia Is ready to commence dredging operations almost immediately.Then .
7 p.m.
and the cool breeze that swept through choosing fq"rYher J theme, "Ruinsof be I eld, the same be-ng: conducted 'by based on their fine color, when ripe and as soon as the deeds to the right -

s: tiielargeroom; added materially to the 1 Time." TuejUubJect was characterized I Rev. W. A. Lowder,- and at 7:45: Rev. heirexqulsite:: flavorwhich pines' packed of way are produced and there it no Just watch West Palm Beach boom. ty9
comfort of the audience. throughout byjbrilliant ideas' and dead green will never attain.

'l Willie the exercise were lengthy/ scholarly wording?which held the audi J.B.Rev.Ley E.will A.deliver Harrison the sermon.of Key West, Standby the old Association. This is -- .
drawn out ence in silent rapturtTuntll our tenth season, and we have recordsto
somewhat long they were as the last word
For ofDistrict
will preach at the Baptist church at II Program Closing
here show the value of the work have
we
a whole much enjoyed! by those present. was spoken 'THej was such an and Rev. J. E. Mick-
a.m., at 7:30: p tn
Much downright bard work had been ovation as the young lady should near' done for our shippers in the past sea- Memorial Conference
ler of will-preach. Day
Daytona
done to prepare for this !special occasion forget. I To all o$ these services the public is sous and are in better" condition than ,
aodwe believe this fact was realized by Miss Conklin then fctepotd forward ; ever before to make you the best possible -
those who witnessed the result. For and in her inimitable manner delivered invited. net. result. Every new association The committee of arrangemetnents; The East Coast District Conference of

the successful preparation and staging the essay she had prepared for the occa- trying to market fruit, from this'Sections for the observance of the National Memorial -: the Methodist Episcopal Church, South

ol tbis final chapter of the closing exercises sion-the occasion of her life. The sub- Examination of Teachers. simply putting your fruit in competition Day May 30 ask the general public -i which has been in session in the local

very much of the credit is due ject was well chosen being "To What Toe tegular 'exanunat'on of teacherswill and causing a fight for markets. We for contributions of flowers and flora church since Tuesday evening, will con

and rightfully belongs; to Miss Grace Ends." It was distinctly original and be held at the Miami High School make a specialty of the pines of this ,ec.lon designs, to be carried to the bund standIn clude its business today,'and tomorrow ?

Lainhart the able assistant In the high the rendition clear distinct, masterly, Building on Tuesday, June 6, beginning' handle none from any other portionof the city park by 9:30: Tuesday tuornng. will be devoted to religious and praise ea
school department. She has shown her I She may well feel proud of her effort' promptly at 8 o'clock a.m. Those taking the State and no foreign fruit. Our Ladies will be there to receive services In the various churches of the

adaptability and desirability as a teacher I and of the approval given by the audience the examination will be required to I Association shipping stencil or stamp tlo..ersand all are invited to assist in city.The
,
1,, by the result of her labors. I furnish to the examiner a wri'teu in- has come to be a trade mark for our arranging/ them for decoration of the program, as published in Wedhes-

The chief features of the evening in [Both essays are considered' so creditable "ilorseuient of good moral character, froma fruit. This is certainly of value. We soldiers' graves. day's issue of The Tropical Sun. was ,

which; nearly everyone was more or )less that they will be given space in'The responsible person, and to pay a'fee have always encouraged buyers, 'aud The procession will leave the park for carried out. with a few minor altera al,

,, M interested were the graduates and grad. Tropical Sun as a public recognition of I of one dollar. R. E. HALf, should be glad to sell f, o. b., shipping Lakeside and Woodlawn cemetery at 3 tions, and many Interesting reports have
uating essays Secondary, the program their merit] Supt. Pub. Inst. Dade Co. point or Jacksonville but would point o'clock p. m. sharp been read before conference. It has S,

k itself, and last but by no means least I The graduating class from the grammar -I May ::12.. I 90S, ..- :at out that the really right way to sell 11 for Carriages will be provided for all been shown that the state of the churchin

the presentation of medals of merit to be ; school was quite large evincing the the grower to sell his whole output 'for wishing to join in the national service the East Coast District both from a F

,, awarded for proficiency and ability. The fact that there were no ISICKards. Hollowing Attention, Delray. I the season, of all grades end sices. It isa The following is to be the order of ex spiritual and financial point of, view Is
mistake in to sell off ercisesnt the. cemetery: In'a flourishing condition, and alto.
judgment, a ,
we're my
three interwoven so nicely as to are the names of the graduates: : I I will be in my shop in Delray next t
make one grand whole. 1904 students-Ju'ia Doster Grace Gar. Monday May :39, for attending to thewnn'ta few cars of your finest fruit at the beat Song, "America." accompanied by a gather, the meetings held here have been

After a few preliminaries-music, ret, Harry Sirkin, Ruth beabloom.! Bessie of those in need of blacksmithing part of the season. Today we can ship quartet of instruments. encouraging and successful much interest }
1 songs and I'peecblets-the curtain was Andrews, Mary Lou IIatebttElsie: and horseshoeing. T. J. CAMPBELL.to acid net a higher price for a standard car Praj, er by Rev. F. \Weatherwax.: having been manifested by church
d rung up on "Rebecca"-the operetta Brondwell. Myrtle Miller. I of fine reds than would be paid by a buy. Reading from the G. A. R. service people of all denominations In the City
erf.0.h. jook on the significance of the day by The schedule of services at the various
students Ioscoe
comedy tragedy or whatever you pleaseto 1915 Antbony, Lulu
term it-cad the exercises were prop Rose, Grace Cook, Isabel Garrett Jl.eineI; I those for: whom they were Intended, We want buyers who will make a contract Comrade F. Armstrong. churches the city is published elsewhere ,
erly under way. "Rebecca" was oue of Walker.At which he did in a few nicely worded remarks. and take a whole crop or so many Song. "Tenting on the Old Camp in this issue. }
The lion's share went to Miss cars each week right through the sea Ground."
those possibilities in life which are to be this juncture. Prof. Waugh in a STUART.'i
found", even today without any great re few well chosen words, presented the Lainhart aa, a slight token regard from son. I am making especial efforts along Reading of President Lincoln's ad- NEWS FROM
search more particularly in the rural diplomas to the graduates. her pupils and friends, and others to the this line this season dress, Gettysburg by Comrade WilruonWhllldin.

districts. Truism, reality, human nature Then came the awarding of( the Currie two lady graduates from their teacher as ..Please advise ine addressing me at' Stuart is happy over the building of
mementos of the occasion. after 26 if/ In Decoration by double quartet. three miles of shell road
permeated it throughout-the sub. medals for oratory and defamation. Jacksonville May : you are Song extending one
lime commingling-; .with. the ridiculous. Mayor Currie was invited to the platformand Thanks were extended, congratulationsoffered ; need of Association shipping stencils, Address by Rev. S, Delahay! Paine. and a half miles east and south. A shell

In the rendition of the piece, and all took the position of master of cvre- good bye said, and the school stamps or books Song and chorus, "Cover Them Over bicycle path of equal length on a street ,

that pertained to It, talent in various directiotis uion'les. He read the report of the committee term of 1904-5 was at an end. B. P PORCHKR, General Agent. with Beautiful Flowers," nearer the river will follow ere many
Those having: the'closing exercises in ------ Benediction by Rev. Henry Hlce. months The road is being built by
was evinced, which, if followed an awards-Dr, J. M. Munyon
up and persevered in, will bring, the and Messrs. H. P. Brannicg and H. B, charge desire us to publicly return thanks ; Notice. I Decorating the graves by the children convict labor.:; {
c possessors into public prominence. Saunders-whose decision was that Ed- to Mr. George Z1pf fr generously donating All the boys and girls wishing to .take under the charge of committee of ladies A force of men Uat work constructing

There is no occasion to personalize, win Parrish was entitled to first prize, one-half of the rental price of the part HI the decoration of the soldiers' j I During the decoration a quartet of Instruments a steel bridge over the St. Lucie river f

because there were no failures-everyone and Philip Helm to second The an- halt for the occasion. graves on Memorial Day are requested i i will play appropriate music. here. This Is so great an undertakingthat

Ailing bib or her particular niche to nouncement was received with a roundof to meet me at the schoolhouse Monday I 1 STORES WILL CLO aE. it will probably not be completed m
Sale.
For
perfection. applause in which fellow students afternoon May :29. at four o'clock; to 1 This week a committee of ladies, cn.IIlstlng before December. +
Between the acts, so to speak, the au participated with the audience. Twenty swarms of bees zoo lbs comb receive! Instructions for their exercises: i, of Mesdames Burnham and The flock} bas been greatly enlarged Ike

I, dieuce was treated to Instrumental and For'eloclltlon, the successful contest foundation, buneYextr.ctor. lot of on Tuesday, when they should report at'' Stow era visited the business houses of and a nVw freight house built. r

vocal music and minor recitations, ., ants were Miss Edna ,Watt, ,first, and frames for hives' E F. TAYLOR the band stand in the park by 2:30. II the city, with a view of getting them to Mr. Bessey has recently erected the
'\ her T. T. Reese entertained with a Reine 0 Walker, second Both of these May :20, 1905. Neptune, Fla. GRACE L. LMNHA.RT. close during the exercises on Tuesday. finest house in Stuart and there are t,'

A piano solo of rare merit and received an announcements called forth a renewalof Their effort, proved successful all of several very good modern houses and i m

ovation therefor. approbation. the business men having agreed to close others are well under way. ;
;. Mott Yarborough did a little sojue- The prize:! given by Mr. E. D. Anthonyfor Supreme Court Reverses I between the hours of :3:30: and 5 o'clock. Robert McPherson has purchased t '
thing extra: in a which was well re declamation first was awarded to
song ----- --
I" several lots on Avenue D, and is erecting
,,R" ceived. Philip, Helm, and second to Harry Sir. '
( Dade County DecisionAccording Christian Science Services. houses to rent. There is always a demand t'
;' 1'"' Carl Garrett made one of his usual kin, which was approved as in the former furnished ,'
First Church of Christ Scientist West for houses and no
& lilts in his coon song, "Lonesome Little decisions.For .
---- I Fla. stairs in Masonic other in vestment brings a better Income.A .
't+ Nigger." composition prize offered by Mr. I Palm Beach up
Edna Watt pleased the audience with Guy I. Metcajlf, Miss Laura Fleming was to Information' from Tallahassee .i public:: road and other improvements In I Temple west of Bank, on Clematis ave most successful term of school recently
cfr successful and the The case was heard before I I nue. Sunday services at 3:30p.m.; Sun closed with picnic tire pavil
a littletaaUatlC. scene, which was right. the contestant the decision the Supreme Court of the State county. : ,
goit. was heartily concurred in. Her Judge Jones, in the Circuit Court and day-school at a.jop.m.;testimonial meet. ,ion on Ocean Beach eight miles away.
has handed down a decision la f the appealed 'I third and fifth By the that pavilion Is another evidence
The dialogue song "Where are you subject was "Modern American Wo an order entered requiring the board, ings at 7:30: p.m. on first way
? going my petty maid," by little Mlas man's Opportunities. case of the Board of Commiision- Individually and collectively to refundall Wednesdays in month. The pastor of of the business ability the peo-<

t Lush Pyle and Master Brigs Bran n Ing, lu the elocutionary contest;; honorable ers, Dade County vs. The State of Florida county moneys so expended: among this church Is the "Bible" and "Scienceand pie here. Mau-r also are members of

.'.v; given au a previous evening,was repeat. mention was accorded the efforts ,of and lu which the decree ol the lower themselves. Health,with Key to the Scriptures" the club and can use the clubhouse as }

oed and appreciated. Mlssea Jessie Conklin.,Laura Fleming, court is modified to prescribe that the An appeal was taken to the Supreme by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy. The well. P
? The piano solo by Miss Bertha Elliott Eva Hardin Julia Doster und Ernestine Commissioners refund to the county all Court and the above decision of that tri- The subject the lesson-sermon on next Last week the enterprising merchant
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:assisted by Mis Julia Doster wa apptovingly Lett. of the money'expended among themselves bunal will stand as final and while still Sunday ii:: "God. the Only"Cause and Mr. Kitchlng.,.and one of the largest/
1 received. Mayor Currie's remarks were flowery over and above a reasonable cost against tbe Board of ,Commissioners Creator.:" Text "Lift up "our'.yea on pineapple growers, Mr. Krnger spent a "

Before reaching the Ifr.du'1tlngeaa", smilingly, uttered and contained a sort for all goods furnished the county by which had sought,exhoneration for Its high and behold who bath created these week with their families camping there..

Professor Waugh addressed. the audience of semi-promise to do as much for the various members the board so fleeted.It act, the decree of the lower court has 'things."-Isaiah 40:26.: All are cordially All ari busy getting: ready" forth. ,:,pineapple

on the line of what bad been accomplished next school stars" as he had done for will l be remembered that the Board been so modified 'that the board I Ia required I invited to attend these. services. shipping' "' season. "'

;i by the scholars during the term the present; of County Commissioners preceding the to refund the county treasury I
and this,; too, under adverse eircnm- There were in evidence several beautiful present board was charged with tradinganjonK only such, funds aa were expended T> Bore, on Wednesday evening M.724, James Yarborough returned Thursday: i
.stances He plead earnestly for better bouquets flowers and Mr. II, S. themselves while serviqg a*such I them over and above reasonable coat 71 1905. to Mr, ,ana Mrs.J. R.Jlarper. a vacation night from school and ,.'I(1( spend,the

Sw J facilities) and better 'accommodations for Miller was called upon to present them board and conducting .the building of the goods sold by them to the,county. son. home.





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B<, ftH''THE Ai\ i i"I' Eo] ttcall l Will Stoneman \\-.u---. Rr A .41 rr Ml, spa i I ", ,''IJ'rf"'C-; .. ,''.,:,f.il I
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h, r, J i ", ,...... .Paper. 01 Dad County Florid.. -, l P,_ .t:Q gl tlOStlCa}1 :ti,\pII,1SS HUn, Florida... .' Sun._ I .THE 1 ,1 ; :{ nR( Rao, Why Prize Contest"_ !,. i

j; i .EYlI'1 Wednesday and SaturdayT '
Y.Pabneltd
l ':,\ ....1 PALM ..AOM.DADa OOUMTY.FLO'mOA : The Ocala: Banner, ,pe.klr.lgof. future In connection* with the change in, the :Y StRRN.Go. '
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:II 'polHftal aspirants, u. '}Jp.1da I! days: ''* management.*of the Jacksonville: ben .1.; i ,. ; :

t \ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, Fa: ..0... PJfift YrkAtt. iwspater? Correspondents c .Irothe tieMiamt.: I pwthgf! yegterdaK;contofned. .1 I, '

\b" eat of,tat
,, \? Tropical Sun Pholilng\} Cofflpj! '] :) a1'J.otta (i potUlcal r 11 norsfor 1 their v.- denied l by M/; Stooeman}: H f : )j', I "
.i': "A"peciar: ..New8 from .. -..'
n.gagsr. ,riouiputfllctttloni! fb ,election of Unit to Utq( Jackson -. ':"Ir." \ '
B. KENDALL ? /
r r, CHAS. .?...r_. -- eel' tetate"iiedator andor Governor Jin ville says! 'Negotations in connection: ,Bavc YIu ii; ,.aeet;. I : II

ft.ter.d 1.\ the Po.WIECS of West Pt.. "Beacha..emndelw nearly Jour years off, and yet, If what wlfh' t the Sun await' Stoneman's return Ev/ei/ Been Tf fc3kid' P .
matter the: newspaper correspondents! say le from Miami. The "Stralgh touts" eare ( '

., k -;:- Sr-. true, the spirants' !for" these: offices are ,trying' tote money to sectirn it. r.e 'Thej WILY: bairrif'puttbem; : ;; ,I
I already In evidence sad'are multiplying.' paper IS snd'to )have' lout >36,000, say far, o 'nrlR\'oesi' ''",
' lion. Wm. Jennings,JJryau, expects. 10.'one, f ,:, ., I "''1i"{, "
/ { is ai\t'h >io 1vI.gle.r"! the wout&bpurchasers. I ", "
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"One correspondent aaye f hat it AD "", "
for the . .
t' i to make a tour ol the world 'secret "that t'Co Bro; rq ; ) It'iei said that' lb.. paper! .-" .- ...... :
:wIlfTpe. ; willl
I 'A( e.I open ( :*:Iic1>, sus ,have,ustreqei 1.h. JJtllgea() 1 in\ tUiA o-qtrst\ ,
.I:, purpose oJ studyinflfmnnlcipa!, .l f ownerah.ip. !come candidate: ) l for Se'nator'bfallory'splace 'was offered for $5,000. The purpose or' y ; MIB: Virginia; C'nr" HflrM" ', 11i a .rntl,', >rl te:Lamping.: Blips> I\ate.Valll; .

t P ;i \ and Congressman_Latuar wilt also the;paper' is. alleged to be political. barlag Qd/. :/ from: ; the 'r.bf' ptlhtfr, uftuetlt; tlJ"1IIJ IIkplV futlueaP'\ tAem, ifJdet,; .of".t\mining. :"
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In view the election of Broward,
'" -- become a Candidate"tot'the. tame office, "' the wipoefa, will, be .
\\f '1 be: 'list survivor: ot, the. war oft'r ,,and State Senator Bloutit'a'. friends'are the'United.States' Senate 'and; elevatingJ. L. 1 t
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Cleverness .
about anxioui to force htm 'to enter'the lace N. C Stockton to the',office.of. gover. 1. U of construction of answers e
1 1813;ifodeadbut; there are 8 Y *',".*"**!'..< f.
? heasonalitead'ol nssertions
t'r j} acid it'bas, long been known thatHoD.S. : ,nor. The deal may fall through, and the i mere, statements or !

<,' l,66o'people drawing pensions as M. Sparktnaa bas 'a('pirati6na. 'in *the paper suspend.!, ,', .' SHOI O co Q :; ,ileraember/ ) tkrnl; girfs, When,, stqriyfngyour. answers. ..
survivors of.veterans ot'1812. same direction:" '. .: ''' 'b contest cjlosps Saturday, June 3d, at 6, p.m.(, AH aqnwer.
I .. ,made. Especially for tie in the latest mnsV! ba. hi'before,!! tbat time.HatchettDaCamara. '
'>; "These newspaper correspondent, In 1JoA.! STORY OF WEBSTER. colors aud styled n
1'' '' On Thursday the House paused,,
these interesting interview. and discussions
\, Hardware Co.
From $3 to
,. t ?: Oov. Dro"ard'eJolnt resolution proposing do not consider Senator Mallory tuni.I'. Love F brandy and a Very $6 ,_

as his own successor at all, but he Client.
11, tbe drainage; constitutional may Indignant Wholesale Retailers of Hardware

\ '' & amendment., There was no debate, wish to succeed. himself and may develop ;},Debater's: fondness for brandy Or in, one of our, West l Beach. Florida

( : 41 r ) surprising .tr ngtb, At any rate, gave one of his important clients a, UI EN.UTILITY

t and the measure went through like a the race promises to be an exceedingly very bad twenty-four,, hours. He 55 5,5 I

la Ii' flash. .. animated and lively one. was called to Philadelphia to defend r1UJItEIIAIIDT'S \

4w ,t 1l' "The aspirants for: the gubernatorialoffice !! the Goodyear rubber patents,

.i1f' g A bill before the Florida House are no less in evidence than lapse and the head of the firm met him. Perfect Rest t

t I'' t, would require a tax of $25 on Christian for United States Senator, and the race at the station. When they had en- which. fits the foot as a Paris-made '. I
promises to be exciting. glove fits the hand. 0,
healing tered the carriage he at once. turnedto Went: Palin; Beach.MuylI,1D 05' -i
__i 1 r !: ? Scientists "practicing and "State\ Senator West, of Florida, who Mr. Webster and referred to one Boots $3 and $3 So

I jt'' ? for pay," and one of $200 on is daily gaining in popularity is named feature of the evidence to be pre.. Oxfordsz.5o and 13

Nf 1 t mental) healers. Why this, discrimination as a possible candidate. Speaker Gil sented in the trial the following day. Canned Sweet Potatoes. '

fi-i' ; Christ is already erecting fences leading "I speak of it, Mr. Webster," he TtlESI.RKIN I ,
r.. f ? asks the Times-Doion; in the direction of the Executive Mansion said, "all it has a peculiarly important I

i aud, playing to this purpose, gavea bearing on the case, and I What Next ?
1 : f'f'i' .' The Oadsden County Times says banquet! to the, county superintendents thought you might not have under- CO. ,

that, after due deliberation: a resolution I of public schools Speaker Gilcbrist stood its significance." I Jefferson Block
( both branches knows how easily boys are caught with Mr. Webster who was 100kin .
Ii < : ) last week passed jam, and he knows that men are only dreamily out of the carriage window West Palm Beach, Florida: Wbatare they like ? Why, just plain everyday Jersey sweet ,

'J ', i: of the Legislature providing: for an grown-up boys."Senator was recalled to a consciousness .. potatoes ; whole, peeled cooked! ready to serve ; merely place ,

r Ji adjournment of that august gatherln Trammell], President of the of his client's presence. He yawned the can io hot water. The cans are the three-pound size, and

I,t ";, nf statesmen at 12 o'clock on Senate, it is also said,la laying plans and, settling back against the cushions '- : contain just about what would result from a quarter peck of 0 J

'f.:' Jane-" 2. Shall that date' hereafter bIt e toga.whereby to capture the gubernatorial "I've, remarked always:hoped I might some Geo. S. Hacker, &- SonMANUFACTURERS sweets after you had peeled and bulled them yourself.

I", l : declared a legal: holiday In celebra "Will J. Bryan, of Jacksonville, whoso day come to Philadelphia because The Price is 15 Cents a Can t

m ir Lion of the event? successfully engineered Gov. Brow. I've been told that there is no placein ,
It? i>/.,' ard's campaign in the late primary, it-is' the United States where they ,

Ii I v I, 1 thought, will not object to having the serve finer brandy. When I came
tit i From an article In the New York Governor's patent leathers bequeathedto away 'from Boston I said to some of '
Finest Groceries ]
""i\t ,ff, I .' Sun we gather the fact that the lowest him, and his friends believe that he my friends, 'Boys, I'm going to find 'tltL9 1 L. w. BTiRKHABrfT _

i, I In the United States Is would prove a veritable Cinderella in out about that Philadelphia brandy,
f mountain grit will pay you to purchasejour: CoupontBook. ,
i Jf :, the race. and if I find that it really is the ,
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I ., [in Florida, this southeaster State. "Other men in other sections of the best I 'shall have made a useful I ,
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& It Is located on Fort George; Island, State will have their ambitions- and trip.' IISeveral !

i l in the mouth of tbe river St. Johns. worthily, too-stimulated for this high times Mr. Ooodyear triedto e

office, and we are promised a more exciting draw his distinguished attorney's

t l'"' Its summit lathe. highest poiut between above primary than the famous one of 1904 attention to the particular point at "nlttrttrtttntttnttttnttnntnit," " " ''r"'r"'r"r"r"" " ," .

it. water level on the coast but it is hoped that it will not be marked issue, but he never seemed to take g

u Cape Hatteras and Key West. It Is with the same bitter personalities the slightest interest in it. The
I? I t brandy of Philadelphia was apparently E Tle l1ie el p | :
OF
1\\y** \
I i nia. Quite a contl'lUIt to this little him, and he always recurred to it. -

: ; '' mount is Mount St.: Elias, of Alaska, Mr. Fred S. Dewey was In town, attending Mr. Goodyear left him somewhat Blinds, MouldingsAND 6 Clematis Ave.. and Narcissus St ==

I'' in the extreme northwest end of the to ,business, Tuesday.The brusquely at his hotel. When he returned =-= A foaming glass of soda would z-= V,

packers have all left for the West to his office his story was Building Material, :: taste good: now, wouldn't it? Well -13
I )' United States, 18,100 feet high. The Coast but all promise to come again anything but inspiriting. CHARLESTON, S, C.fr == come and gel it. It is here waiting =.. '
== ,vz. SODq for all the time. Is there r3:: ,
., Hemisphere you any
who is be
in the Western got a man supposed to
highest/ point next year. Largest South.
Factory is And
f :: kind you dote on f It here. ISjt "
t is Tnpungatos; in South America Mr. E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa,waa" shaking the greatest lawyer in the United Send for Prices. == there are quite a number of new =3S '
',: hands with old friends here last States, and the only subject in whichhe == flavors and combinations that are fit =3! 55
1 I, 22,45O feet. .. .. takes any interest is Philadelphia :: for angels.:( Yon know, of course, :j jJ j
ana
week, incidentally soliciting pineapple brandy!I" == bow; we serve our soda ; in good, =3generous
shipments. : ; abase Plenty of flavorIng 2 .
r I.' Alex.' St. Clair Abrams says that i II f I Sheriff Tom took That night, though, Mr. Webster :: ,t. and soda.! Not any more froth *. j .

ifi Mr. Flagler had, instead of comin eleven Deputy Miami Maybury worked in his room until 2 o'clock, L. A. WILSON == than we can help. Come today =9'
to Sunday night
negroes
the floor and i Come day. r3
I occasionally walking == every "
In tbe North and engaged lodging for them in the MANUFACTURER: : OF ,
to Florida, remained ): i
his into battle
marshaling case ar I == Headquarters for =3 '
:'i and invested his money In financial county gambling jail when to'arrested.await trial. They. were, ray. ,His plea the next day was one Boots and Shoes == PULASKI CREAM =S gIIIIIIIUIUIIIIJIIlI11UIUUU11111111
: of his most utterances in '
', he now have teen impressive "
might
', enterprises, Mr. and Mrs Allen Pence left for their its power and logic, and the case, Repairing In All Kinds of Leat.er IIIUIIIIINIlI11111I11111I11UlllOKOROIto.tostoeto =; ;\
i worth two or more hundred millions home ia South Whitney, Ind., Wednesday involving hundreds of thousands of ,
Goode Done,
\"', of dollars. Well, suppose he had. evening, after spending the winter dollars, was I given!: to the Ooodyears. Neatly 11 11o I

1 with their son Mr. Cullen Pence. They -Harper's Weekly. .oKOROkoROStoRatR07to7aoiloiso7loigorloltolloitoiao 0
; Would it have made him any happier Indian Tanned Buckskin .
think there Is no climate equal to South S 55
0 ?' AH of us, little and big, have Florida, and they are right. Blessedness. 5X
; Single
t IfIf 5M
Y' each a mission to fulfill, given us; by This week practically winds up the At best it is only in the exerciseof and Horsehide ShoesFOR o G. G. Strohm Company i :

'y a higher power. Mr. Flagler's mission tomato season, and the pine season Is a great unselfishness that the elderly TENDER FEETOlive o J
right here. Boynton will ship a good spinster can continue to enjoy ifo
1 is, apparently, that of hewing the sunshine of So St, North of New Jefferson Blo
percentage of the pines from the lower happiness. longas Ito FAMILY GROCERIES
paths through Florida and making East 'Coast for the amount of acreage people are young there need not BO- I" ::5" jo

the desert habitable, and he has the owned here. The dry weather is causing be much loneliness in the single

them to ripen early, but they are very I state of either a man or a woman. S. H. RICHMOND I,
results
r' L happiness of seeing the good Agent Fancy: Food Products'';
sweet and of good flavor. The sweets of liberty and the uncon- o ,
of his work in his lifetime. Other scious of to V It {
hope happiness come
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pence, of South Perrine Grant Land Company. o o .t' '?
make for much that is lost in It "
the
multi-millionaires are not so lucky. Whitney, Ind., left Wednesday evening up o Grain and Provisions. 0 J
'i It is when life to ICEAl. ESTATE.
I begins
present.
;, t They are groveling; to amass means for an extended trip through the West. V o i' Y.i ., \ /
when old friends
y for .he great; work of tbe future to They Neb., will for an visit indefinite their sons time at and McCook take in, grow death,gray through, marriage or, through through CUTLER, FLQRIDA, i JEFFERSON BLOCK r, .. f,.'

after dead exigencies of time and place have
be started only they are o o.t "
the principal cities in the West. This I is It \ ,' .
I and gone.-Starke Telegraph./: ; Mr. and Mrs. Fence's first winter in fallen away and new friends are Ib.. -- .Ai o West Palm Beach Florida r '\ I,
more difficult to make-it is then '11:1': '" '110".0 K .
+ Florida and they are delighted with our .
'oa1, o .1.1905 OMO1.of.oko
AeS3'W!
that both the and the bachelor 'Q
r The greatest; surprise to a girl who climate Mr. Pence's health is greatly will feel the spinster inexorable ache of ..1Iut".q, aoj ....,........,. N >lot.alsol.ol.ol.oaol.ols:1.oiaol.ol.ol.o>totol.otaol.oaotta- t
improved during their stay here.It.may ,,=, 23:." 4"JI;:: .;: pine
+{ ; gets kissed the first time is that there I loneliness. And the outlook then is ......,er io}pA.pn..eq a....6.qy.....q

I, Is no taste to it.- Waterloo ((111.) be all well enough to TALK wone'for the spinster than for the Sa33S '
bachelor because it is more inexorable. :
s' Times. to about believe cut prices. It i ill equally that well henr.not A man, if'he has the means J I. Fir] esr Printing i > THE TROPICAL SUN :::
everything
{ D, No taste to it? Well, by the hen Facts are the BEST things you to go by. to support a wife and often )if be has .SAllNEifl Job Department ,
not, can always turn to matrimony r
dart but the
; feathers on Cupid's Call at Faber Brothers' market and grocery fn'" .AeQ lags pal". -PM9 >>
b as a possible consolation when he
i blind in the and them. tf .:: ..LJJ.4, of lIOueplIUoo sowlden.grtlaAee 8 '
Times- -- man must be color get 17 chooses! and ha knows that._ -Wom- eueplex pun j'
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palate. They tell us-those who have an's' Life.. .semleJ INan .. CITY MEAT MARKET t
'1' Working Night and Day. P' ::.,. ,
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''\:' tried it_that it tastes like the double The busiest and mightiest little thing -- Florida -ad 'Western Meats Game "I \
What One Small Boy Asked.Children's Poultry, and Eggs: \ '
that made !is Dr. King's New r'
of honey spread thick ever was
( distilled essence Life Pills. These pills change weak- questions are sometimes While basinrss is slack, try: a little advertising Mail Orders ,Receive Careful Attention. S \
piece oi pumpkin pie. Away ness Into strength, listlessness Into even more embarrassing than their j
\, on a and see if it will be different Jefferson
ii thedlm and joyfut years long energy, brain-fag Into mental power. answers, says John Henry Burn. in Block* WEST PALM BEACH i ,
backlo They're wonderful in building up the "Children's Answers." I

n' before we lost all teeth andour health. Only 25o per box. Sold by: all The following asked -- ,
were by a -- .. I
ago .
t' wish to Inform
( : druggists. f verrp. r-on within one
cinch on the Olf prize, the : mall boy during'' a two minutes' hundred mile*of Weat aim Ranch,that I r I
ill ; ,I'' -- ; im here to repair your watche..h. FOR SALE.
t I in all the JJd! .told ui I conversation: J.-el.-to| flt your ..eye with, cpectale" orevoglfune
d prettiest girl and to set J
HELP WANTEDTO 1. Do kittens take off their fur :you anything youmay
It felt like want in my line. I am not a "wlutar
? with her own eyes that a. when' they go to bed at night ? 2. visitor," but a parmanent mldent, a pro. One Good Mule. Jff
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r' covey of quail flying out of youreare, I HANDLE Who cooked dinner when all. the big spnn.lbh percy owner for In Anvb..ln.Lode: (; : GRIFFING'SFeacks were little boys?' 3. Why transact" with mo Watches and jewelry One Set
flock of angels people Harness
p and ended up with a In need ol repairing may "Assent by irliter-
don oysters have tails P 4. What ed mall or"XP'I will examina and re. \\ALLACE
down one's back, and mall-If the price.la. not R MOSES,.
molasses Cantaloupes is f
+ ; pouring/ kind of medicine it the chemist setlefnetnr vy,yon can order the lamia ra.tnrned. Agent Woodlawn
the first kiss! Great has in bottles in the .without chargei" have had twea.y Cemetery.
green
No taste to Ready about June Int. HOC acre Peaches, 400 window : yean experience with some of the beat
make wooden Indian'e acres Cantalintpea. Crop entimawd I tno can. front 5. What does Santa houses In new York and Baltimor.-.Ix +
"Scotti I It would a I Wa need 100 experienced! uMckintf-lKMiMi men. vest-., head Watchmaker Optlciaaforiwinleaf J- Kodol
y toenails white l and, *>IO piukera and fli'Id men. white or Clans give little' boys skates for } dCr.bv Co,:JackMinvllln.Then I Dyspepsia Cure.
,i hair dance and his colored Good Wave. ., Unml healthy plitoea. to when there ain't any ice ? G. When lane niicht, to be rainelent sans.snce eeL:'I "
ApplystaringexporieneetoTha that I understand business.
lire mv: and
quiver with ecstasy, The Times man Gritting( Florida Orchard Co".r..kOlOn..IU. rdrink *waterwhy) don't it run. down, I guarantee iati>factlnn In every, e.... .
into legs? E. A. WALKER, EXPERT WATCHriAKER'AND
1r;' must bean Icehouse.-PeshtigoWis.( ) .. P ta. my ....... ..--.-,- Jefferson Block West Palm OPTICIAN Beach U ForWItte! BSJ':: Salve 'z +ra ;

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To Give the"w Signal

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''t State Troop i Any .Advance Held In Which ReadlndutoCheck 'htay' B.' :ffi o-l eaY :'e 1eta it e rs Seduction' 1 in l Voile Skirts 5


,f Made by the '&trlkeiiPeJlce', 'Sign.
Are Fading Away..
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1 Chicago, May 24.- Wtatrlal' of.j '"
: war, with a potttilblllty of 'Mu'tlb'l I 1. law :
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>'>W looming scribes up the In'situationwhich the 'bac&tffoudd\ threat-, and We are going to sell'' all our Skirts in Blue, Brown and ,,,

vS/> Chicago today, aa 'a result of" the Black Voile at 33 5
v :. 1-3 per cent Discount.
j llmeterll' strike I
EVe1yt1IillVOutlillaviuaWt'leereby!
J Peace prospects have' faded 'away, !

n; the express conipanies: heUln'g "r'refugee These Skirts are well made, all wool, and very pretty ,
to retreat one inch from their-previously '
anuunced position.. 'Employees+ 'land styles. At the regular prices they are

A, teamsters are Indefinite length.; really'a' snap, but at this discount

Mayor Dunne*:and Sheriff! 'Barr tt )I
price they will not last long S
are prepared W give tbe'ergnal' Whim -'subscribeITen: Thousand Dollars to
will bring the ata/ta. troops. ''Into the

tlon.Btreets of 'of outbreak the 'City,at and the Governor 11ret"tn'dlcll'Den I C" CJ' Were $4.60, $5.25, and $7.00 I
an P'R
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een la ready ,to respond to the call 6falmost Now $3.00, $3.50 and $4.65
a. second's notice. tpi

The lumber ,dealers' aggressively I formerly Wos Palm Beach* .
transformed threatened strike* :into 5I
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companies virtual lockouts.were quickly A,:'added dozen: td''lumber those For stock in m1N1 N'H',iIIotel;;, td he paid for in Groceries furnished to'the H I \ I Y

r .t previously Involved In'' 'raJilld1d .UOllIS hotel.afW it'fa"built ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 0

u of. the teamsters' strike. In each In order.to assuage th6 pain that old lluoyon'glve8 us, we will ''require &
case orders to deliver1 material to th.trlkebound boor. Chief' Whit'=
a botHMrorfi A reliable Trust Company, to be selevted by >

I' .from the drivers.firms brought Discharge a refusal of the !washer and Sponge; Holder, for a sure enough payment of the grocery' bill 'BRJt-NNiI.NG BROSLADIES' *

y driver followed Instantly with' quick "To"'protect'ourselvwf from the I I REAL THING In smoothness, "we insist *

retaliation. 'ensuing.,in a strike of his tune it incorporated hi the agreement that Haw Haw don't' go as col- >
' fellow teamsters. striker's to atcral. Everything' tomes' "'to 'those"'''who sit down and wait. We
day made Idle practically all "of the j
;,: large. yards lathe district. waited for'a fine GRAVE-YARD" 'and got'' It. We are now going to get astrictly OUCFICCERS

,,, "Ninety-fJd'per&! cent"otthlt''"' lumber lretrlasri hotel w+, 5

r-.1 x: business in the1' city la'crippled,'" de- While'waelt dJwtTaridf wait"/for the'' Hotel, along will come everything 4
\rt-- Blared Secretary Hooper', of the Lum- .' Gastritis Diabetic RheutnntUW % i
Ise: Indigestion, Constipation, Appendicitis, % % %
f : ,
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, ", ;.barmen' ,
.{ association. "It Is only I 1a - - -
'''I,:, matter of a short"tlmd'' when"t'tle"' pet' ;; !To6thache.; Headache, Rackacbe, Neuralgia; Colds, Catarrh, -
I"" Ironcbltia, Pneumonia,'Tobercnlosis;'Superabundant of Adipose Tissue!
i cent of the btflldlng operallon8 the PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
r-; and hi facti everything that'' tohbIn thelrk'ke of imperfect circulation and .
city will ceafte\ : 'We' are''noto falling ---- --- --------- ----
on the employers' association for4 team- impure blood LAW sl

.t and till "them,'the build!
rs we get '' Fellow citizens 1 Rouse yourselves !" Shake off this lethargy I Work I p O. OJIILLINGWOlt'rU
lug bualnells"wlIl'nece8sa. 'l1 suffer7; .
Internatfodal'\ President't7'P' .' Slier, Dosomething' before-'this spellbinder swallows you whole. ATTORNEY AND CuUN8ELLOR

of the Team8ter' union;, announced
hU intention today to defy federal JudgeC. Lipton's Tea;, any brand 50 to 60 cents a pound I West Palm Beach Fla.

C. KehUaat. and niaater 'frf C&a&I "1 ISO.< O. CUKKIK -
and.Java in 25e lb. bulk 20c alb
Mocha Coffee, '" cans, a ,
; eery, Sherman, by lig'-WVetiia' '. .\1. "" A message of intei est to all is conveyed in these few lines. It in that rich 4
Ing to answer questions at the resumption No. 14 Itio Coffee, (. ,?\ i 1u iy" 15 cts a lb., 2 Ibs for 25 cts Attorney and Counsello -at.Law
r' men Bay they cannot afford to have the risk! Of keeping much in
; of the hearing of alleged violation WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA money
A Good Strong Ten, green:;!black or mixed'Royal 25 eta a lb '
&< of the strike Injunctions. Pres. BUA.NNING, house or office. Thieves, fires and accidents ot all kinds are far too numerous
V Jdent Shea based hIs determination up. Baking Powder 40 cts a lb., X lb 20 cts H.
on the fact'..that to answer might tend Attorney and Counsellor-t-La.w, to make it safe. The Dade County State Dank, West Palm Beach,auRgeats :,

to incriminate him. The' strike''Iead. Good''Luck''Bakini Powder, 3 cans 25 cts (Office over Bank that the less money you have, the more cnrofuf!yon should be of it. ,

\ er declared that he would suffer him 14 Iba Sugar fl.OOthree WEST PALM BEACH, FLAGEO. '
self to be sent to jail for contempt Put it in the bank. '

. rather. than answer the questions. Relative Oat Meal 2-lb packages 25o M. nUBBINS,

to the prospect of calling. out oi Rice 5calb.V251bafl,00lOcquart' Attorney and Counaelor-at-Law.
state troops; Mr. Shea said: .....
I Will practice State and Federal Court, Louisville & Nashville 1 1Fim.Liroad
\h'. "Let them call the troops. That will White Deans ." TITU3VILLB.; FLA. Get Laneto :
not alter the situation gar far oe UM
. teamsters. are concerned. TE3 team Pur Glycerine Soap C cents w I. BIRTCALF, h
op your
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&' Mere are not Interfering with, the oper- Irish'Potatoes 30c peck .
Il i atlons of wagons on the streets and t tS ATTORNkY-AT-LAW. 'Oas The following; i'

1:,. .!'-. not. Neither wilt the strike be spread Cabbage \ "a 2c a lb NOTARY U.8. COMMISSIONER PUBLIC. EngineRepairing Low '

r to any great extent. We' are using Armour's Breakfast.Bacon' ,x 15c a lbIScalb Win prMtloain CountyState taderal Round-Trip Ratesfrom f
: our best effort to keep it within Its CourtaLAND CASES A SPBCIALYT. .TackBonvlUe. to varlone point. North
rt. limits. Star Ham .', : and Went will 1>.. In effect on datencbown.
present
; Office TBOFIOAI. Sow Block. I'roportionatuly low rate from other point

'f In announcing his refusal to be White Bacon ', 124! aidea lie Wet Palm Beach Dade County honda .LnuIn IIIb.Ky..Rate$16.4.0.. accoant United 6&
questioned by the master, In chancery, I J J. iKAVlt, Confederate Veterans Hcunlon, June ia-13:
'." Mr. Shea said: Very Best Block l ButterI t : 35e a lbs A. lnuluxlve.1 with final limit July 10.'
!
ATLAWant E. M. BBEL8FOBD Portland, Orefron. Rats tHO.HO, account ,
t "I think they intend to eend me to .' ATTORNEY Louis and Clark I I Centennial Fair I tickets sell .,
Jail. Anyhow. I am not going to an. Pure Extracts, lemon;vanilla'.trawberry. ,. ,, j 3 for 25c NOTARY PUBLIC. certain dates May 28 to Hvpt. litt, with anal 'IR
Agent el the U.B.Fidelity a Quantity Co ,ol Real Estate limit return 1)0) days. .
t.J. ewer the questions before the master1. Table PeachesPure 10, 15, and 25o( a can Baltimore Md. Sun FranclHco and I.on Anjtf ..... RatelHl(< tF
;:' I will do my own thinking. The law OCUce at corner] of Clematis Avenue and Nan PALM BEACH. FLA.otaryl tickets.014 certain date April I II 14
,"r iv'l w5 cents store, Inclusive, flnal return limit a'r'oA"fj.of.ale..no ; :: ..
gives me that right. I honestly believe Tar Soap : ;i l clHBU Street, over Potter' bicycle exceed"' Nov 80.
1-4-110: WEST PALM: BEACH. '
Public.
,,\,. the questions will'tend to incriminate : Pet Cream 1 3 for 25c.: case of,4'dozen t3.80' Colleges to ReD teriiurlonnl Denver' Colorado tpworth Rate' League$43.05,.Convention Recount In-
4 me. .1 might as well go to jail MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Office,South Poiuclana llotol tickets sold Juno 2U to July UO inclusive,final 1 ?
I.. for contempt as for conspiracy. 1 Dime Milk 'I ROOD, M. Dt Buffalo N. Y.Rate 182.80..account Annual
1'.. can run the strike from the jail. Dried Chipped Beef .: 2 for 15o H.Q. Mwtlngr Oranil Lodge: 1>'P. O. K tttketa Hold i
Continuing, Mr. Shea said: The PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON July 8 to l01nclualvo.wlth, flnal limit July ao
t soldier will not affect the strike 'break-- Potted Ham ',' 6 for 25c omce over Potter'. bicycle More WEST ternatlonal Toronto'Canada.Kpworth IUt League IBS.UO: , I" en. It would seem to me that thebusiness PALM: BEACH. Residence near Royal tk'kets sold June 19 to au inclusive, final r....
\, Baked Beans with Tomato Sauce "? Polnclu.ua. Hotol PALM BEACH. 12-1 turn limit AUKU( 2(5.Nanlivlllo. p
V. men of Chicago'' would not Tenn., Rate 110.25.account P..a. q
' 'i want the soldiers here. With a lot ot Baker's Chocolate > ...., ,ry 20c n block I). POTTEU M. D., body Collexe Hummer: ,Sthiiol. Vanderbllt
r "n'Huyler's R. Ilinllniitltute, tic ket Bold certain date June
'I, the sotdiera here. With a lot of 11 July 4, anal limit Sept.: OO.Rnoxvlllo .
I' Chocolate V" > t. '. 20o a block 38-98 WEST PALM BEACg. FLA.
young unaccustomed to scenes of .' ,1 enn, U8.RI5.IUl'ountRum.-
mar "Mchonl" of the South, .
tickets sold certain
excitement, armed with deadly weapons 11 Cocoa 20c a can DENTAL r- r dato. June 18 to July 16 IncluMlve, final return -
life will be In danger At limit Sept HO.BrlHtol 1
any
'rate, thousands of people Intending to Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and. attaches and pains It is R. II. MAOV' Meeting:: .(h-rman Tenn: : ,.RatetlQ llaptlHt BO.Brethren aceonnlAnnual, ticket

come to Chicago to !buy gods will be wonderful I in results J 25 and GOc bottles S. DCHTIST sold June l M.l1 80. : to tnclunlre, flnal return limit d

11, frightened away, and the effect' will be 10 Good 5-cent Cfgars for 25 cents Office In Jefferson Block For hill Information. schedules and I ate to
serious to 'many business men. But WEST PALM BEACHi FLORIDA any point North or Wet call on or write
I have 6 CherootsDuke's I 25 cents QFO TJ. HERRING. Pia. P....... Aiyent.
personally packaged
nothing to Bayaca.lnat : J. E. LIDDY :206Wo.tBaySt.Jacksonvillgorlda, / | ] r
the soldiers coming." 6 Mutate 25 cents DIZ DentistDmoe 1{

Turned t 25 cents Flrtt \door went of Dade County State IMPROVED METHODSare IN CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL
I Current
Day .On. 6 Sensation I Clreul"D..e. County, >'lorlda. Inchaniery, i
Conyers, G... May 24.-The day cur. ... .. '. ""25rents ." Dank adopted by us aa 'soon as their Margaret Arnold.., Groom '
3 Seal of North Carolina 'B Ordor. "
the WEST PALM ACll. FLOBDA .
rent from electrio'plant has been Harrl&on Thnnnod: Groom J
A"' 25 cents value is firmly established. To HarrlHnn Thomson. Groom : ty l
turned has
on. Cbnyers good power 6 Honest Long Cut You are, hereby required to appear and
and light now. The day current will In the performance Of our duties as plead. answer or demur to the bill of oomplalnt -
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\ 8 Lucky Strike ,I. 25 cents I CAMPBEt exhibited against you In the above
be used to the for the T. J.
ran machinery ptyleil cause at the court house, at Miami. :
Undertakers all
and Embalmers
dlnttrent mills and fans around town murder the insects com *, det.\ !: Dude County Florida, on Monday, .June nth t
does
Pure Insect Powder, if it not Jam-Up-To'N; A,D. 1 IIOA. and It Is ordered that ,th" order
,.: Irijihe business houses and residences. your money back. It is quoted 28c at wholesale,' We will sell modern aida approved by science or bapubllxhml week for four In conn The..oDtlve.Tniplcal week Sun. once.each' ,r+;
The plant is situated 12 miles from you one pound .for 25 cents; in ten pound lots 21 cents good taste are in use, a.nd'we haveno Done and oruYml at Innd rB. Florida, this
i' town and ]lights up Lttbonli and Con. IHtb day ot Al'rllA.IX/IUOS ,
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tbat EABnORN.: ,
d hesitation claiming; we can C.
:jers. It will furnish power for the Eddy' Ball Blueing 3 cents BLACKS TEcrNO.HORSE [C*.ft Real] Clerk rirrult Court.
i Atlanta electric give the beet service at the most reasonable Um>.O. Currle. Complainant'Solicitor.
Carolla and railway. ApltOwOOnoJH.nuloCoagJiCere. ._ ,_. .
28 lots of Orange. and Vegetable Land In 5-acre tracts, situated at Cocoanut SHOEING, GENERAL coat. .I. M

Grove. Florida, the moat prosperous fruit and vegetablegr'owlgqsection .BEPAIIUNQ ANDPAINTING
Treasurer .Is Missing.Gbtoago Lady' assistant. ,
May 24.Anton Pltra, the Biscayne Bay $1,000 a tract IOmY5UoNETNi U\ltr

t r.a urer of the American BuUdlng, 20( lots (.f land. 100 feet front on Ocean and 100 feet on River x I; 1320 feet J. B. McGINLEYPalms ,.,aUd...., _'fl. __ .,......

e-. Loan and Homestead association, is de.-p $500 &; lot -----.---- .-------..-.-..,.----....--..-.--.---.
'missing, and an investigation ot his These Iota are' on the Hillsboro river, front .on both banks, and have ,amagniflrent W WAGONS BUILT TO ORDER 'Corner. '
books Is Mid to bare revealed' a abort- south of the Polnclana
Ocean front. They are 23 miles Royal -
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ago of about $11,000. Pltra was aprominent will CI.lllata'Av..W..t a road Open day and night. For Coughc, Cold and Croup. ,
for safe I Investment that yield
Bohemian. resident of Chi Hotel. If you are looking a -
oago.Aa five hundred per cent in a few years, now iel> the' time,'to1'snap* op 'this' :r

bargain. Write us for anything yon want In the real estate line. We

Parkhurst .{to Liverpool. can put you on to a number of good thing'' DYSPEPSIA: :CIMDIGESTS

]few York. May M.-iRer. Dr. Chas, H. J. BURKHARDtf COMPANY: 1 1 .

H. Fwkhurst sailed for Liverpool to- Drawer D Palm' Beach, Florida 't. : 'WHA.T YOU EAT a
I 1 y on the.White'Star liner Baltic. He gr\Ve will not eell'to.'dealera. I 8'\ I is 'ne*1.06 fcoMJ.eaiolm 3M' '.'''.....total.to..wktoa Mite hr MO. '- :
mil remain abroad until September. : -
XL a. WllUrd.; the Mfe*. also saued.o We will positively save you 25 centa on every,dollar .pent for Grocertee.fI L :WZTT ."COMPJsJTBV CBIOAOO.*ZZJUIi' 1 1

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Plwaeer Paper wtPoblUhed ;ids ::c.unty: Plorlda. rizeContestMiiwVlrirlnlnrMirihfi.'fil' 1:J
iosticatk9Ats Sun ? '' Why
1 1 s 1i{",' Every Wednesday and Saturday -. \of .', '
y1 1,, r.i', AVWaSjT t"ALN .AOI4.papa OOUNTY.'LO'M'O'"' The Ocala Bnnuer, .peBking of future\ In coon ctipn:: with the change in the '1 N.GO. 1

'.1 1\\:, ; 'political atplrautiTln\ Flpr! da;says: "" nianagenlentTof the, jackionville ,.ue, I 4 j I
PElt T1ALw '' tV Miami lipwi of yesterday contaitneUtte : y.,
2.00 Nswtlpaper "
; BCBBCRirTION, PRICE CoireBpopdents/roui
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I t.. .- seatof, Stittif: /government/ lire Handing out ;tf'lIowlnt(. 'y4fol4howeverbasbeen) .': ., ORE84Ek810YfflEN .t 1 '

w ( :' Tropical Sun Pnuiisl1ip..1} Comp'yt' : all) orti ot t pqhUfai tapioca for their -vartouapubllcat denied by Mr., ..Stoneman i: of'4 I I .
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Man g.Pat : trili.\ ''The election of Unit oA apeclar'td)' tli ;..Niws from Jftqlcsoaville __ ,___ ;'/ i i'I

\". CHAS. B. KENDALL...... ed''' 'States"Senator: '! ( aq'd'for Governor J la .I\:>.! '. {egotatlooA, in connection' J5 LyQ l ; v'Evar X: ,.feet .v I }

s r'g.ttrad- the Powufflca of W., tP .Beach, nearly Ipor, year/ offj and yet, If what wlfh' 'tbe!' 'Sun await: Stoneman'a return :E enl 1 lck1ed.Pr .
.. mtter.Hon. from ,
'Miami. The
eecond-claM the newspap j'correspondents' << say is "Stralghtcmts" acre r .... ..
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I 1"-- -- true, the aspirants for these1;dfficea are. trying,to:false I money: to secure it. Thepaper 'They WIiL ge" pou w 'h 1 p.t.bum .j : .. 1
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-,: Wm. Jennings .iirjRn. expects. already In evidence. aud aretuuKlplVing. ia sRJd.to have lost,>>R 3Oooo, sit far, in.one.,of.. QpR.\shoes, } : .. A
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the wouldbepurchasers. l 'I '
h '." for the "One cdricfipondeot sad that U is an .thid'prol4.bj9stAgerlf! : '" !
4 ,f to make a tour ol t the-world,,-" open secret ''tuVt'GoV'] t !. Broward'wllf: l tcomeacaudldpte It'i;is.taid that! the paper lj9fi.1i ve just t \ ill? Judges ill t1.l/4/ I'pnst! will\he\ .,

.rjlertihlp. stud !ipg'munlci, .aliowa-l, :t! | f for Senator'Mallory'tt waeofferedforiS.ooo.; TIIo.purpol. 'o!, : i "tJ'PtileLiompin' i ; >, ,.MI*? .. roioipg'Y'' ,

'\\' ,porpoee.. '' : place! and Conereasman'Lamer j. will also! tl.e.p'aper! Is. alleged,'to bill pollttyal! f., bav c.iv.e( { z Q.m;,. the" ( To, 1 tioYri's< of ineilt, I l 1"niuwwlftt' y'I.< .t111t\D)( t tftem- 'In"d e. ." '
\ --- .. become:! ; a Caudidate'for'' thti"vain' office ing In view the election ,of BrownrcT, to 't.bt/vi",4ne.'ti.' lp 1 bQ I.

Vl. ), .Tile, lost! survivor of the war of and State< Senator Blouut'g; friends are! the, 'TJalted I :ptatea Senate and\ elevating L Brevtylev : .' l
) : N, C Stockton to the office of w. : AS (fl; //rnecs of construction of' answers a
181e deadbut; there are'etlll,about anzlouK! to force himlto, enter the race!, I gover!; .. ,?.? } ) teaaons lntefad' ol 'mere'statements or assertions f t;,

? :i l'o6d' people drawing, pensions as and'lt'bas long been' known' (hatl3on'' '. .nor., Tbe! .deal'may" '. ,fa11'through and the SHOD CO It : ,atv.urmirc, tbf TI<; girls, vrbn, studying' your, answers."tiira'contesAloees f
t ? S.. M. Sparkmad lias aspirations In the paper augpeud. : '
t d survivors olveteran" of 1812. same direction.-'" '., Saturday, June 84, at 6, p-lm.(... :AH answers\
made. Especially for U s in. the latest must': bit !nl>efor that time "
/ \\t, f' i i "These newspaper c"rrespondEuteIn A STORY OF WEBSTER. colors'and styles' ;
passed
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Etti, ,. On Thursday the House these interesting Interviews and discussions 'H'afchettDaCamaraHardware Go
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i+ r ;Y' Gov. Broward's}joint resolution proposing do not consider Senator Mallory "' nl.I'a Lov. For i' Brandy' and a Very ,,,.

: the dratuajje: constitutional as his own successor at all, but he may Indignant Client, Wholesale Retailers of Hardware ,I I'

There was no. debate wish to succeed himself and may de. Jr,Mebater's fondness for brand,) Or i in one C't! 1rmUE1EN West. :Palm Beach Florida )
,\ l., amendment. velop surprising' : ', At any rate, gave one of his important clients avery J

(i and the measure wens' through like a the race promises\ to be an exceedingly bad twent qfourhours.. Ilewas ; ,... "" \

flash. animated and lively one. called to hiladelphia to defend UALITY
i'; uf "The aspirants for: the gubernatorialoffice the Goodyear rubber patents .

A+' "i A bill before the Florida House are no less in evidence than 10986 and the head of the firm piet him Perfect Rest .1
.' t for United States and the which fits the foot Io-o-o-o-o:8 oooooQ \
tax bf $25 on Christian Senator, race at the station. When they had entered as a Paris-made '
would require a
t( t f\ and healing promises to be as exciting.: / I the carriage he at once. turnedto glove fits the hand. HUKK H AUDI'S Went Palm; B.acb.Mu 24.1906. Q
'" ; Scientists "practicing "State Senator West, of Florida, who Mr. Webster and referred to one Boots $3 and $3 30Oxfords

for pay" and one of $200 on Is daily gaining in popularity, is namedas feature of the evidence to be pre* f 2.50 and $3 \

I )1 ''l; mental healers. Why this.. discrimination a possible candidate. Speaker Gil sented in the trial the following day. Canned Sweet Potatoes.
rl r christ Is already erecting fences leading "I speak of it, Mr. Webster," he THE'SIRKI.N ,
a> ; f : ? asks the Times-Union; In direction. of the Executive Mansion said "afe it has a peculiarly impor- "

1 r,: -= aud, placing to this purpose, gavea tant bearing on the case, and I What Next i?
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'I 1 The Oadsden' County Times says banquet the, county superintendentsof thought you might not have understood .t

', that, after due deliberation, a resolution public schools Speaker Gilchrist its significance ;
l, ,Ik, ff li, ).'" both branches knows how easily boys are caught with Mr. Webster, who was looking, Jefferson' Block ,just
I, I: last week passed jim, and he knows that men are only dreamily out of the carriage win- West Palm Beach, Florida: Wbat'are they like ? plain everyday Jersey sweet .
i! \ ; the Legislature providing for an whole cooked ready to serve ; merely place
5qi of : grown-up boys."Senator dow, was recalled to a consciousnessof L potatoes ; peeled, I:
I : ; Trammell!, President of the his client's presence. IIe yawnedand the can in hot water. The cans are the three-pound size: and '
gathering __,_____
:' Senate, it is also said, is laying plans settling'back against the cusliions. u contain just about what would result from a quarter peck of

date hereafter bi whereby to capture gubernatorial/ remarked: Geo. S. Hacker &, Son sweets after you had peeled and boiled I them yourself. ;.
that
June 2. Shall ,
toga. 've always hoped I might some

it declared a legal; holiday in celebra "Will J. Bryan, of Jacksonville whoso day come to Philadelphia, because The Price is 15 Cents a Can ,.' .

'' a tine of the event? successfully engineered Gov. Brow I've been told that there is no placein ..' ,
tic? li ard's campaign In the late primary, it-is the United States where they f

thought, will not object to having the serve finer brandy. When I came c:1 1 ,'
: In the New Yor k ,
vVtP From an article Governor's patent leathers bequeathed away from Boston I said to some of : Finest Groceries '?
BURKHARDT .
kS Sun we gather; the fact that the lowest -, to htm, and his friends believe that he my friends, 'Boye, I'm going to find w. _

t' ; mountain in the United States i If I would prove a veritable Cinderella In out about that Philadelphia brandy, Drlt will pay, you to purchase'our Coupon Books. ...' .+.
the race. and if I find that it really is the
.
'; 1 F i in Florida this southeastern State "';ther men in other sections of the best I 'shall have made a useful I

',a It is located on Fort George Island,, State will have their ambitions-and trip.' "

,. in the mouth of tbe river St. Johns,, worthily, too-stimulated for this high Several times Mr. Goodyear triedto ,
office and we are promised a more exciting draw his distinguished attorney's
Ji; Ita summit is the highest point abovewater I primary than the famous one of 1904, attention to the particular point at ""r"'r"'r"r"'r""l" ',' " " ;" "19IIttltllltlltTtlttttfl11tHIttI11e " "?' " !" '?" '

t 'S level on the: coast between but it Is hoped that it will not be marked issue but he never seemed to take === ,

:.' Cape Ilatteras and Key West: It is with the same bitter personalities"BOYNTON the slightest: interest in it. The -.
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brandy: of Philadelphia was T l1ie pharmacyClematis
I t u'' 63. feet high and its name is Corne- NEWS.Mr. the only topic which'interested apparently Doors MANUFACTURERS Sash OF .
.1.s\ lia. contrast to this little == ''
Quite a him, and he always recurred to it. ;
A r.1' ',"; mount is AluuOt St. Elias, of Alaska, Fred S. Dewey was in town, at. Mr. Goodyear left him somewhat Blinds, MouldingsAND 5 .. Ave. and Narcissus St =|

northwest end of the tending: to business, Tuesday.The brusquely at his hotel. When he returned =-= A foaming glass of soda would =3
in the extreme
ra y" 1 packers have all left for the West to his office his story was BuildingMaterial, == taste good: now 'efwaiting IS?
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feet high. The o ; come and gel it It is ha =2!
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United States 18,100 =
Coast all anything but inspiriting. "We'vegot CHARLESTON S C.
but promise to ,
come again :
== p fs SOpq for you all tbs time. Is there any =:3S.
3 highest point in the Western Hemisphere next year. a man who is supposed to be tt-' Largest Factory South. :55: 7 { kind you dote on { It Is here. And, ZS ":,
the greatest lawyer in the United == there are quite a number of new ?Sflavorsandcombinationstbatarefit It:
s is Tupungatos; in South America Mr. E. P. Porcher, of Cocoawas,shak- Send for Prices. x'
States and the only subject in whichhe == -- gS: I
I 22,450 feet. lag hands with old friends here last,. takes interest is Philadelphia == for angels. Yon know, of course, =S I'
week, and incidentally soliciting pineapple I any == bow" we serve our soda ; in good, ==
,,1 ", shipments. brandy 1" a1 generous jrlfsseit.' Plenty of flavor ."Sg .
v Alex. St. Clair Abrams says that if That night though, Mr. Webster = ing and node. Not any more froth ZZS: .
r had Instead of coming Deputy Sheriff Tom Maybury took worked in his room until 2 o'clock, L> A. WILSONMANUFACTURER a'- than we can help. Come today. ::::- !;I
Mr. Flagler .
: eleven negrpes to Miami Sunday night,. occasionally walking the floor and ., t Come every dayr r3..
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l remained In the North and engaged lodging for them in the I
to Florida, /: for
\ 'marshaling hie case into battle ar == Headquarters r3
I, t and invested his money in financial county jail when to'await trial. They. were, ray. 'His' plea the next day was one Boots and Shoes PULASKI CREAM
gambling rrested.

1 enterprises, he might now have millions teen Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pence left for their its of his power most and impressive logic and utterances the case in, Repairing in All Kinds of Leather m ummmmmuuuuuumm IIIIII111JIIJIIJIIJIIII1llllllllll 1 1 1 .

: worth two or more hundred home in South Whitney, lad., Wednes- involving hundreds of thousands of Goods Neatly Done,

) 1 of dollars. Well, suppose he had. day evening after spending the winter dollars, was given to the Goodyears. I

\ with their son* Mr. Cullen Pence. They Harper's Weekly. o OROROROROROROROROItOROROROR7i/0i10i10i107.OktOt10510t.0i10 .0 0
made him happier -
have
\ Would it any : Indian Tanned Buckskin .
think there is no climate equal to South
;I I"" ti ?' All of us, little and big, have Florida, and they are right. o 0
Blesaedneas.At
Single J Ji
'1 each a mission to fulfill, given us by This week practically winds; up the best it is only in the exerciseof and Horsehide ShoesFOR i G. G. Strohm Company I I1C Io i'

;i ,s' a higher power. Mr. Flagler's mission tomato season, and tbe pine season is a great unselfishness that the eld- TENDER FEET V
f of right here. Boyuton will ship a good erly spinster can continue to enjoy
se is, apparently that hewing of the sunshine of So Olive St, North of New Jefferson Blo .
It ': percentage the pines from the lower happiness. long i FHMILY GROCERIES o "
; ..paths through Florida and making East Coast for tl.i amount of acreage as people are young there need not

e t *;' the desert habitable, and be has the owned here. The dry weather is causing be much loneliness in the single o .0
,
r it i iMi happiness of seeing the good results them to ripen early, but they are very state of either a man or a woman. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent 1C1C o Fancy Food Products i,1
sweet and of good flavor. The sweets of liberty and the uncon- o .
',' of .his work in his lifetime. Other scious x., :, Sar hope of happiness to come ,
,Mi Mr and Mrs. Joseph Pence, of South Perrine Grant Land Company. o o
'"' multi-millionaires are not so lucky. make up for much that is lost in the
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Whitney, lod., left Wednesday eveningfor o Grain; and Provisions. ? ;;::
It i is when life KI2A1. ESTATE. f
present. begins to K .
They are groveling; to amass means an extended trip through the West. o :
: c They will visit grow gray,when old friends through CUTLER FLORIDA H
their sons at McCook, :
the future. to
of
ifor, the great work Neb, for an indefinite time an4 take in death through marriage of through tt o JEFFERSON BLOCK i ,'j .t'

,, be started oaly after they are dead the principal cities In the West. This is exigencies of time and place have ... o o*

.f '' and gODe.-StBrke Telegraph./: Mr. and Mrs. Pence's first winter in fallen away and new friends are ". ....J'iii. o West Palm Beach Florida '''r
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Florida and more difficult to make-it is then 'yoN' '\10'\00 hyw .
it they are delighted with our o
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that both the spinster and the bachelor 03 II All 111'N 'Q K
: 1 The greatest; surprise to a girl who climate. Mr. Pence's health is greatly will feel the inexorable ache of _'JlUJ1I"II'1 .0J..j ls.uay i Mok10i1okosao7soSSOlsolao7aolao7a07arYlolsOisOlsOS.oleOllO aolaoilokloko a
improved during their stay here. soar 'Ol..P IN 6q P 0I'fr !'
.
first time is that there loneliness. And outlook .n .
gets kissed the the then is w..t 'q

t |, ls no taste to it.- Waterloo ((111.) Itmay be all well enough. to TALK worse'for the spinster than for the r arW;;; f.JAHNJ4 .l
I bachelor because it is more inexorable. k
(i f Ji,Times. about to believe cut prices.everything It la equally that well hear.not A man, if he has the means Filest priltilrTHE: TROPICAL SUN .1 II

,j No taste to it? Well, by the hen yon to support a wife and often if he has : "
Facts are the BEST things to go by. Department :\;
not, can always turn to matrimonyas
,
t ;;y feathers on Cupid's dart, but the Call at Faber Brothers' market and grocery maji.Am., .q pal1r.q '
> Times man must be color blind in the and get them. 17 tf a possible consolation when he :! .. ......... OJ ou.Ppncs< sostd.15q peeg N
i ''J chooses, and he knows that.-Wom- r ts.a5.sau. '.
*. palate. They tell us-those who have an's Life. .iem..I Pus.e CITY: MEAT MARKET 1 \ j
Working Night and Day. P' ::.

''i ,? tried it-that it tastes like thedouble The busiest and mightiest little thing I What On. Small Boy Asked.Children's Florida *ad Western Meats I'onltry, Game' and Eggs. { r-r
dietilledessenceofhonsyspreadthickcr that ever was made Is Dr. King's New '
ltrR ; Life Pills. These pllla change weak- questions are sometimeseven While business Is slack try a little advertising Mail Order. Receive Careful Attention 1
a piece of pumpkin pie. Away into lIstlessness into more embarrassing: than their
; on a ness strength .
and if
it wilt be
ee different
brain-fas into mental John Burn in Jeflerfaon Block WEST PALM :BEACH
back,in the dim and juyfu'years long energy power. answers says Henry p
1
They're wonderful In building up the "Children's Answers." t I. "
.t lost all our teeth and health. Only 25o box. Sold all .
ago, before we per by The following asked -
were by a '
druggists. wish to Inform every pnrrnn within one' ,
I
jj nnr cinch on the beauty prize, the .mall boy during'' a two minutes' hunAreAmile.ot WratPalm: Uenchthat. I r
tm her to repair your w.Mh t prettiest girl In all the wf..rlct u: told ue conversation: lewelry-to nt your e ye. with iiwotaliw or ,
"felt .HELP WANTEDTO 1. Do kittens take off their furwhen1 9jtg\Ku\ and to Mil you anything' yon
p that it like a mar want In my line. I am not a "winter
with her own eyes ,
they go to bed at 2. vUitor," but permanent rrftUlent, a pro One Good Mule. v
HANDLE Who nifhtP perty nwnor In lad Co: and porfocdy reponiibla ",
cooked dinner when
coveyofgnailfiyingontotyoureers big One p
.
:j for any)' bunlnewi you mar have Dump Cart.
i flock of GBIFFING'SPeaches people were little ? 3. Why 10 IrnnMot, with mo. W a tehee and Jewelry One Set !
with a angels boys Harneu.WAHACR.
and ended up In need ol ,
ti : repairing. may "oonC by reul t red "
don t have tails ? .......
back. oysters 4. What mall or.x" I will examine and report JR. .
one's
molasses down and coal lOCum malV If the MOSES I ,
pouring; Cantaloupes kind of medicine is it the chemisthas by price la not '
atUfHctorr. von can order' ha goals ve- Agent .WoodUwd Cemetery.Kodo .
,
n No taste to the first kiss! Great in green bottles in: the turned, without charge. I have had Iweny i
Reudr about June let 600 none PcHohe' 400
window ; experience of the
It would make a wooden Indian's acres UontalntipMt.. I Crop cut!muted UK: oarsWi front 5. What does Santa t utrra New 1td"'W'a t -beat elzve / ply
I .
+ Scott noed loo experienced.! uuokiiif-l| \ "> men, head Watchmaker' and a !
t' and his toenailsquiver white t a",11I00 incken, and flcld men. white or Claus give little boys skates for irnenloaf r I Croel> Co, Plla/5alor\:::/ I Dyspepsia '.Cure. ;
:' hair dance 0 ;Ii Apply slating experience to nnilnrstamt .
thai I
ance bnalneta
'rimes my and
The
with eC8tacy. man I'drink JVaterlwh don't it run down I eatletutlnn In .
guarantee every eaoe.
The Gritting Florida Orchard Co. .
W is. into my"legs f E. A. WALKER WATCHHAKER '
EXPERT
) OPTICIAN
must be an icehouse.Peshtigo ( HeWitt's :h::tw Salve
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Jal .onvHl.. Fla. ..' ..-.- Ta I Jefferson Block West Palm Beach .
Times. For Pile, Burn, Soras.J.iAGE u
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Ii TUB TROPICAL ] .,WKST PALM B&ACtI>: FLOIUDA SA 'UfDAY'MAY 27, 1905 t'AG1t: THREE!!: !: '

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r.INDUSTRIAL- WAR INI J Jt' CReme, ber, )Tm fill Get Your Mosey! ''Bart, If Not Pleased' <<

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t' 4iWINDYnCITY' !i-- T'WEEK. '1Fl.


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Both Mayor"and'Sheriff" ''PrBparTo :;a' UJ-Bnr.kimrdt; : 'CompanytT

Give the' Signal I ,

R :Ithrktiarrit, PrebitlAni\ n] A. BarXImrilt.Hwr'etftrvII. ,
WHICH:: WILL : dHlCAdd ITV .D. Eo Uufkkanlt. Vlr ral.lAnf, \ .J, Burklmrilt' JTren.arerabler '



ilk State Check Troop Any ";Advance Held ,In'Which Reactln.t May 6 e< -.:: ; ot ga1te % \ SRverytiinwVUrtlillavn& :i Big 1 Reduction in Voile SkirtsI '."i>>>. hU


,Mad.. by the ''&trlk.+-peacelSlansr !' > tl
Are Fading Away. '
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Chicago, Mat Z4.- The'" 1 1.I in8uztrtalwar ofWe "'" 5 1.
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with a possibility/ of martial law \

looming up In the ''bacfttfi'oiiiiJ( and Wo are going 'to sell all our Skirts in Blue, Brown Gild '
,' *scribes the situation. which' threat.

fflySii> Chicago today< ail a remilt '(It'th< Black Voile at, 33 1-3 per cent Discount.

tertl' strike \ 4
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: Peace have' &
faded
prospects 'away, .
,.. the express cotdpanles; 'bivilii refugee : These Skirts are well made, all wool, and very pretty ,

to retioat one inch from ,their previously '
'I ,
;sP, anounced position.' ,Employer's' ,land: styles. At the regular prices they are

I;' teamsters are prepared for a"fight'ot "
)Y Indefinite length. really' a snap, but at this discount

Mayor Dunn .iand eierltt ''Barrett r price they will not last longP'R

::11.'\. Are prepared tot give;, the'eigdar"'Whio. 'herebysubscribe: ,''Ten Thousand Dollars to
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will bring the state1 troops ''Into- the

,r' streets of the 'city at the' ftrSt"in'dlca. I f Q Were $4. 0, $5.25, and 7.00 ,
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'h, tloa ot an outbreak, and''Governor'Den The :.:NeW: Jerusalem I C
een 1 is ready to'': respond to the; call at I LlO Now $3.00, $3.60 and $4.65 1

"" almost second's notice.
I
The lumber ,dealers' aggresslvel! form'erl: Wee Palm nnnh,
transformed threatened strike 'Into ,
'
I virtual lockouts. dozen! "lumbei ,
A For'stock (tn 'Irnotelj: ;, td be paid for in Groceries furnished to'the
companies were quickly'a.dded to those
I': I Involved in'tbeVa&ldcatloni' : hotel"after it'is'built ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
11-)' previously !
K'' ot the teamsters' strike.'' In each In order to'assuage the pain that old liunyon'gives us;we wilt requirea

!.'' case orders to deliver1 material to the\ botiilfforft'A'reliable Trust Company, to be selected by his1 Chief Whit; '

41; strike-bound firms brought a refusal ,washer and sponge: Holder, for a sure enough payment of the''grocery' bill. "BRJtN'NiING I BROSLADIES'
,d\, from the drivers. Discharge of the ,
driver followed' Instantly with quick "To'prdtect ourselves"'from'the 'REAL. THING in smoothness, we insist

i retaliation ensuing in a strike 'of hit that It be incorporated to the agreement that Haw Haw don't go as col- f S

fellow teamsters.; 'The strikers' today lateral.I 'Everything tomes*"to 'those who sit down and wait. We
r made'idle' practically alfof the OUCFICCERSPROFESSIONAL
waited for a; ORAVE'YARD. and got It. We are now going to get a
4:-- large yards In{ the district "
strictly first-class'; Mt l." ,
"Nluety-flve'' cent'of'the1 lumber ,

business In 'the1 city la crlpplea/; de Whle'w! ''s Bit dovtiTandf wait for1 the' Hotel, along will coma everything .
.
'' - - -. -.. ,- - - -'- - - - .- -
dared Secretary' llooper; of the Lum- .. .,-.w .., w .
else".. Indigestion, Constipation, Appendicitis, Gastritis, Dill bl'tls, Rheuttmtfiihi ..V

barmen', association short"Utdd'' when"t'be."It is only ,a ;' ;To6tndche. .Headache: Rackacbe, Neuralgia, Colds, Catairb,
matter of a 't'centot
the bUTTdlHg operattona"of Bronchitis. Pneumonia, Toberculosts,-a'Superabunduncu of Adipose Tissue! CARDS.

city will cease: We- are'DdwAiallltiaon i and id l fact everything1' that! t'llthvis'fo theVuke of imperfect circulation and ---- --- .-

the employers' association team impure blbod LAW.

t&rs and till we' get thetn 'thtf 'build'' 'i Felloweitlzensl I Rouse'yourselves !' Shake off this lethargy 1 Work I ILipton's pi OIULLINGWOH.'l'U
' lug buslnese'will'necessarily' suffer i ," .
''' something' bt'fortbls' spellbinder swallows you whole.
International1 Prefitdeut"C'P. Shelf' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR

of the Teamsters' union 'announced
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Ten brand 60 to 60 cents a pound West Palm Beacli. Flan
I his intention today to defy rederal JudgeC. any
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C. Koblsaat and' maatef"U 'ci\an. ISO. O. CUHHIJi
eery, Sherman, by per>>l tlb.\111"'yefde' I Mocha and.Java Coffee, in cans, 250 a lb., bulk 20o alb A message of Intel est to all is conveyed in these few lines. It i I" that rich

Ing to answer questions at the resumption I No. 14 Rio Coffee,' i '; ll I\\:yr' 15 cts a lb., 2 lbs for 25 cts Attorney and Couosetlor-at-L&w FLORIDA men say they cannot afford to have the rink bf keeping much money in
of the hearing of alleged violation WEST PALM BEACH
of the strike Injunctions. President A Good Strong Ten, green/; /,black or mixed '25 cts alb TT UHANNING, house or office. Thieves, fires and. accidents of all kinds are far too numerous ,

Shea based his determination upon Baking Powder 40 eta a lb.,# lb 20 eta .
Royal to make It safe: The Dade County State Bank, West Palm Bench,
the fact'-that to answer might tend Attorney and Counsellor-t-Law, sug't
Incriminate Good''Luck'Baking Powder' 3 cans 25 cts that the less have tbe careful should be of it.
to him. The strlke'lead' (Office over Bank gests money you more you

er declared that he would suffer him. 14 lbs Sugar; ,, 11.00 _WEST PALM BEACH FLA Put it in the bank i,
self to be sent to jail for contempt
I, rather than answer the questions. Kel Oat Meal three' 2-lb packages.. 250 GEO. ML. BOBBINS,

,(c, atlve to the prospect of calling' out ol Hire 5o'albp25lbe$1,00White Attorney and Counaelor-at-Lau

state troops Mr. Shea said: Will practice In State and Federal, Courts, Louisville & Nashville
"Let them call the troops. 'That, will Beans lOc quart TITUSVILLB. FLA. Get Laneto

not alter the situation aw'' far aa the Railroad x
teamsters are concerned. TE3 team- Pure Glycerine' Soap I 5 cents w I. MJ:TCALF, op your

"I Mere are not Interfering with the operation Irish-Potatoes 80c peck ATTORNtY-AT-LAW The following

of wagons on the streets and t NOTARY PUBLIC.U. Gas'EngineRepairing '
*20 alb
not. Neither will the strike be spread Cabbage 8. COMMISSIONER Low Round-Trip Rates '
"' Win practice In County,state.D<1 federal ,
to any great extent. We' are using Armour's Breakfast Bacon 15ca lb
,
from Jack onvllle to various points North.and
,;; our beet effort to keep It within Its Cour&a.I.AND CASES A BFBCIALVY.' Went will bo In effort on date Bliown.
\' present limits." 11 Star Ham ," 15e a lb OIl1COID TaoPICAL Saw Block, Proportionately low rates Irom other point.

In announcing his refusal to be White Bacon ', ; 12!#, sides lie Won Palm! Beach Bade 'County Florida ,LolllnllliJ, : '..RatolG.4O. aeeoantUulted
Confederate Veterans
i Itcunlnn. June
questioned by the master In chancery, '" < .. A J. LEW1D.t1a Inclusive with final limit July 1O.' 1J-1U:
;. Mr. Shea said: Very Best Block Butter P- 35e a Ib E. M. BKELSFOKD Portland, Oregon. Hate SHO.SO, accountLonlH
"' ATTORNEY ATLAWanti and Clark Centennial Fair I tlrketa mild
"I think Intend '
they to send to
me Pure Extracts, lemon; vanilla;strawberry';,. 18 for 25c NOTARY PUBLIC. certain date May i8 to Hfiit H8, wIth filial
:Jail. Anyhow! I am not going to An. ,, ,ot Real Estate limit return 110 ""YOloRRn
'?.r A1.nto1 the U. 8.Fidelity A Guaranty }
ewer the questions before the master.. Table Peaches 10, 15, and 25o a can Baltimore Md. FranclecoandToxAng.hwRateS1,80
and Nar- ces "old' certain date April l 1!)to AUK' '14
I will do my own thinking. The law Office at corner of Clematis: Avenue PALM BEACH. FLA. Inclusive, final return limit tO) day from date
Pare Tar Soap ,' r'Isf&: *'H: ", '6 cents clHiu Street, over Potter' bicycle store,, of aale"not exceed Nov. !II).
gives me that right. I honestly believe ,
WEST PALM BEACH. Public. Cottages to ReD Colorado
: 14-11I0l. Notary Denver, Hat 142.05, account In.
,, the questions will tend to Incriminate Pet Cream 3 for 25c.: case of 4'dozeii '3.80'Dim terciatlonnl' : Ep worth Ix.airuu Conventiontickets
me. ,I might as well go to jail MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Office,South Polnclau hotel limit Hold June AUK,21)B. to J uly 8O Inclusive. ; ,Dualreturn
3 for :350. ,;," 3.75
Milk < '-
for contempt as for conspiracy. I ,. C. HOOD, B1. D4 Buffalo. N.Y.. Rate 83.RO.. account!Annual
'can run the strike from the jail." Dried Chipped" Beef- 2 for 15c H. ru'TitfoO 1O Inclusive Lodge. ,with u. P. O.Anal E.ilmttJuly.ticket sold XO d

Continuing, Mr. She said: "The PHYSICIAN AND 8UKOEON Toronto''' Canada Rate'1\5.110. nacount In
soldiers will not affect the strike ,break:. Potted Ham ,,6 for 25c 'Office over Potter' bicycle tore, WEST te..n..tlon.\\ IWorth| L'ague Convention. ,.
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J,', ticket sold June ll> to 28IDelull..o.llnal.
ers It would seem to, me that the Tomato ti" PALM BEACH. Residence near KoyalPolnclana turn limit August! 28.
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Baked Beans with Sauce ''r I Hotel PALM BEACH.. 12-1
business men of Chicago would not .. NaMhvlll Tenn.Rate *18,2B.account Pea
i body College Hiiminer Hrhnol, Vanderbllt 'i
{' want the soldiers here. With a lot of Baker's. Chocolate \'ifi'' y 20c a block II. POTTER M. D., '. I heal Institute, tickets sold. curtain Oaten June
It. \ I 11 July 4, Suet limit Hept. 80.
the soldiers here. With a lot of Iluyler's Chocolate <", t h 20o a block i-aa-88 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. I Knoxvillelenn. rate$16.A6aecountSum'
,( young unaccustomed> to scenes of I I n, i mer. School" of the heath, tirken sold certain
S, excitement, armed with deadly weap i Cocoa 20c a can DENTAL ilateHjune.limit Sept 18 to KO.July 10 inclusive, final! return "

,t one, life will be in danger. At any '' II. MACY Bristol. Teem..RateltO:BO areounlAnnnal
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'rate Malay Oil will cure rheumatism and all.achea and pains. It is R. Uantlxt Brethren, ticket l
v, thousands of people IntendIng'to : ..n:1': 2;J to 811nuluelve,final return limit
a and
25 LOc bottles
come to Chicago to buy gods will be wonderful in results s. I DENTIST June 80.

frightened away and the effect will be for 25 cents Office in Jefferson Block For full Information, ichedule*and lateato '
Good 5-cent Cigars
I' 10 .. any point North or Went call on or write
serious to many business men. But r r. WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA OEO ,]. HERRING. Tie, P....... Agent!
personally I have nothing to say 6 packages; Cheroots 25 cents rvll.J.. 'E. LIDDY 2OO tDuy, Bt..J..ckwoavlll..lI'lorhia I ;

; Against the soldiers coming." 0 Duke's Mixture 25 cents Dentist'Onion
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IMPROVED METHODS IN CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL i
Day Current Turned ,On. 6 Sensation '-, 25 cents First door went of Dado County State I Clrcul6.Dii County., }"Iorl.la. lochancvry.'
Arnold Uroom
Margaret 1
Conyera, Ga., May 84.-The day current ,"-' d .n.nk. are adopted by ua ad soon aa their va (Order V .
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3 Seal of North Carolina 25cents WEST PALM 'B .iCJI, FLORDA HarrlMon Thnmaon: Oroom 11)
from the electric""plant has been value Is firmly established. To IlarrUon Thomson (!room j
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turned on. Oonyers has good power 6 Honest Long Cut .. ,25 cents You are hereby required to' appear and
tl
or demur to the bill of
.. plead answer om-
and light now. The day current will la the performance of oar duties plaint' exhibited nituln you In the above
3 Lucky Strike "3 : ,1 I 25 cents T. J. 'CAIttPBEtL styled. e.,..,,,, at the court hoime, at Miami,
be used to run the machinery. for the ; Undertakers and Embalmers, all Dude County, Florldaon Monday, June nth,
dlffr ent mills and fans around town Pure Insert Powder, if it does not murder the infects come and 'getyour NowBLACKSMITHING A.U.11a,6., : and It I* ordered that the order
Jam.Up.To- modern aids approved by science or b,"bllhed In The Tropical Sun, once each.
in lhtf business houses and residence money back It Is quoted 28c at wholesale, We will roll wei.k for four Co.crentiveweeke. ,
good taste are in use, and we haveno Done and ordered at Miami, Florida, this
The is situated 12 miles from
plant you one pound .for 25 cents ; In ten pound lots 21 cents IHtb day of Aprt1A. Dj.1'h1iF.U\' \ .. }
town and lights up Llthonla and Con. hesitation claiming that we can ], (;>R. ,.
art It will furnish for the Eddy'a Bali Blueing 3 cents HORSE, [C2.C1...<. Roall Clerk Inuit Court.
; yen. power give the best service at the most reasonable U. O. Currle,Cumpl..lnaat'olollcltor.
Carolla and Atlanta electric railway. Apt lS.w6FOLEYSIT'O. .. ....
28 lots of Orange and Vegetable Land, in( 5-ocre tracts situated at Cocoanut SHOEING, GENERAL.REP cost.

., Treasurer I. Mining Grove. Florida, the most prosperous frultt and vegetable growing' AttUNO' ANDPAINTING Lady'' assistant.J. .

s Chicago; May 24.-Anton Pltra, the section Biscayne Day _, $1,000. tract W! DTARJ.NcUdr..r.ah.

I, treasurer of the American BuUdlng, 100 feet front on Ocean and 100 feet on River x I; 1320 feet B. McQINLEY *.* f.. .*{.*..
lots i.f
20 land ....____,_..,____ _______, ______'___.n.__'. ..
VNr>Loan and Homestead association, la derp $500 a; lot

I missing, and an Investigation of his These lots are on the Hilleboro river, fronton both banks, and have .a WAGONS BUILT TO ORDER Palms 'Corner. One' Minute Cough Cure

books Is HId to have revealed a _hort-' 23 miles south of the Poin- Cold and Croup. fi fiDYSPEPSIA
magnificent; Ocean front. They are Itoyai; Op n'day and night. For Coughs,
Wst road
Pltra CImatl'Av .
age of about 111,000. was a o
that will yield
for safe'investment
china lintel. If you are looking a
Bohemian resident of Chicago.
{ prominent. five hundred per cent in a few years, now lei' the' time> tcf'snap* up 'this
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bargain. Write us for anything you want .In the real estate line. We :CUBE, .

can put you on to a number of good thlngd' '
ParkhUrs* Qo t6 Liverpool.. ,
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; New York, May 24.-Rev. Dr. Chat, H. J. BUBKHAKDtf COMPANY, ., j i" 'DIGBSTS'WII TYOU EAT

JL parkhurst sailed. for Liverpool torlday Drawer D Palm Beach,. Florida : W 0. 7k. .tl.OA bottlaaontalB*3tt..........Mil......wktas**.tar'(0-.'
on the White"9tar liner Baltic. HeJwlM ....We wilt not"B t lllod] .mlers. I .. e rM**. e..., A* T*. &.AaOllAftllY .*
[ remaltt abroad until September. '"' '. vj'biz
B. 8. WlUard. the. aato*. also cadet on We will positively save you 25 cents on every, dollar spent for Oroeerfee.Ld K. C. ZteWXTT COMPANYCHICAGO'XUU'

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-- Disastrous Wrecks.. A Btmpla Plan That Might Pr.v.nt
DO NOT IMITATE. ClessneM. ta respon aeibl. forr m an y Many Horn Tragedies. B.tt.r Blood. f i1 m" r:

a railway wreck, and the same cause* "It is mine!" In the home of a New England Florida EastCo'ast RaiIwl )

Make an Effort In Your Work In Ltf. nemalLinghumaDwrecksoflufterel.ltfrom "I tell are mistaken it farmer there are two small heirs, .
troubles. Butaince you, you ; .
to Be throat and lung
Original. bright little fellows six and seven
is mine!
There are a thousand people whoI' for the Consumption advent of Dr., Coughs Kings Mew and Colds Discovery even Divorce court. years old, named Will and Eugene. Local Time Card No. 61 I In I Effect April !17 I9O5! ;; i I

will do faithfully what they are told the worse cases can be cured and hopeless Which ia a terse way of puttingthe Like most other lads, both of them ,

,i .t to one who can lay out a programme resignation Is no longer neceiwary sad history of many a marriage dislike work, especially "cu: <1reB,"' OUTH-BOUND-RMO. DOWN. NoaTN-IDUND-SEAR UP >(

:/, or execute it-a thousand who can Mrs. Lola Crugg.whose of Dorchester life was saved Mass by, disagreement: over the things mine and when these small serviced are required -.s, _
:' follow III one of many each ] : a 18 i".. n a ...78tally. it*, ta
desire *
1 + eI' only to one who can lead. It Dr. KlnK' New Discovery. This. great( aDd thine and the domestic misery frequently evinces'a )STATIONS .
is a rare thing to find a yeung man i remedy is guaranteed for all throat and that follows. to have the other:' take the laboring Dull* Daily' Dally.Ma ''

+I n } who has the power of accomplish lung diseases by all druggists Price, The tl 'settle such oar. Once the family physician I 0p 550 Lt ,.....- .JaokaoavUt-.,_ loft f 555 S SS
...
and 1 Trial bottles free. way :!; a disagree- 0'p 5 as ,_ <. Jak.onviU-' S 53 p] 5 41*
ment, the ability to put a thing Sex Jit.oo. ment is for both parties to say, "It was calling at'the house in at. : 15 p 1O 6*. : -' ._ fa--; Op T40aa P
r
I ,
Mp 11 M. 4 alp l ,
with the force of tendance on the mother. As he
through originality. bloated, U was .. 5
BlllouK Bill wan getting ours. i topiiw. ... .JRaat Palatk.wIToogra.MM _*4P410P MaOOa
s { And his tongue wall muchly" coated. Because of the struggle' for mine putting on his gloves to go away he i "
r r M p i*II loft aalatka__ L9GO 0
t k' Whatever your work in life, do Patent "tonics" wouldn't cure him, and ,thine the records of history are .Tan ...a professional glance over the .IMP 11 ..p Lv PaJ.1Jt. ,_... ... loft 150p Ua 1 'aA

'+ 1s411 not follow others. Do not imitate.Do Companies All his friend would were not badly Insure frightened him. rolled in blood, nations have fallen, two youngsters." \ ,' ., f IS P lOOp __ ,IIaa Nabo ., L9 t le P .. ( .; 'tt fl I

not do things just as everybody But their spirits soon were lightened, barriers of hatred have been raised "Mrs. Puller, he remarked"theyounger 110p OOa Lt.-.5aaMat.O.w- Ar UD T5 0it B ." j
,
.., i else has done them before, but in For Bill said-and they believed him brother has fought brother. $nvy,, of your two boys, Eugene, : Q sop 11..p Lv -- X.T. Ifp44p e 10* ': .r J ', ', ,r :

_ i newt ingenious ways. Show the people Early Riser Pills relieved him Riser*" i dissension! and division have, come is more robust than Will He )has I 4 ..us 10 P p 11 11 M 4Tp44p p .. .., ..Buna..". ftp 199a 555a 1 ,
l in that The famous little pills "Early greater vitality: His blood is bet. C\ asip .. Ormoad.1 t. lOp 4 M a44T ,
specialty precedents
} your cure constipntion, sick headache, bll- because men have contended for III P IIIIP' ..! _ $OOP ; .' I. .'J
1 do not eut much of a figure with you lou..ness. etc, by their tonic effect on that which is not theirs, but "ours." ter. OptI, 10't> I..p .. _Port Orange *.'. Mp 4 to a .J.Ja J
sl and that you will make your own the liver. They never gripe or sicken, Organized selfishness in our day About an hour later, as dusk was -I"p 11 P loft _New Smyrna.,. IMP 41aUp .w lot '

programme. Resolve that whether but Impart early rising energy. Good has manifested itself in the falling\ the mother said* "'VU, ;you Jon A. loft _lAke H laa.H01" L911'8p( 0 I "
b r for children or adults. Sold by A. O. great i must fill the wood box for'inorning. in ioa III| .". ,.,. "... Olty.-: .,,,,,,, ". 11 Mpmention l 4p t't, {r "M
you accomplish much or little in the corporation spiders that have spread I ti 10 Ma 4 OOP .i..i...Orang i Oltr "UDO&loa.... 11 10 D 155P !rm
1' world it shall be original-your Riegel. far Fetch in four armfuls.; *'* !' ( / n
their webs and wide controlling i.
lip low ___.w lmyr'na.- !.0 4 05*
(t',\ ; t own. Do not be afraid to assert Strictly Qenujno. f the avenues of approach watching "I don't want to!I'. whined Will. i-1 lOOOp HP .. ..w.. .oakHtltr... MPh 5.9. S '
i "} &:I 10l p .top Af _TUunW. w 1 U aoallSp ;(,
yourself jn an original way. Ori medicine testimonials for "victims with their faceted blood's' bet- .
I ? Most of the patent many mine.-Youth's o '" l .
is life imitation follow. ter'n Companion. i .. AI' .nrorot, m a,1.00., 0 'y I
inality power ; is are probably genuine. The eyes, gathering to themselves whatis VYI 10 oo a LVop s.rd l ......... Ar 0O ClI,, i
; death. Do be afraid notice recently appeared the Atchison I
not to let yourself ing not theirs but "ours." ij
I 1. l;' out. You by being orig ) (Kan) Globe: "Joe Tack a well.I Britishers Do Not Flatter. -10 Mp1 L0 ., ,.. TlnurllO Lv MaU I5 4I
4 grow the Missouri The world is ours. II p 4p MaUMPt
_ I known engineer: running A Boston who had been I flip a 1. w l ee le :d
final lady Bookw1Sa!
by received -
never copying; by leading, late. earth .
p, y Pacific between Wlchiu and Kiowa Sky and -ours. 11 rap {a. Nan Gelds at. 144* e.
I :a t{. tT : never by following. Resolve that appeared in a big one, wllli a picture Sunshine and shade*-ours. with much favor by the Folklore b isoaaui as lbaatti .14*.. l4a p ;'

''JI,(, C t you will be a man of ideas always 'and, when he was it this office today we Flowers and birds-ours. society in London rather ques- .- lass a 699 f I' 8L Luo1e a w 1104.JO 11. 13 00m MaLI '" ,

; i i'' on the lookout, for improvement. eked him about It lie says he had ter. Fruits anJ fertile fields tioned the sincerity of her warm reception Qa IMa S MP Bur Pletoa _.w w 1000. 11 Up 5.1 .la
rible pains in bill stomach and thought( -ours. Ha T05 Tibh 'w imp j
t h"i .: Think to some purpose. There is he bad cancer. His druggist recom- And the Master of us all taughtus and said she supposed, like aasaa T 19 )den ,. r, S Maai. n lip

.,,,' : always a place for an original man. mended Kodol. and be says it cured him to pray,"0ur Father the French people, the English flat- Jt J2sp ._,..,_...,...Jnasea.Stn.rS w a u.. 1104plOSp it HP CI z I

r i' L:: f There is nothing else which will He recommended It to others, who were Ladies and gentlemen everywhere ter. "Not at all," was the protestof t $ 09* 1 HoWtbao w i .dsaNN Q0J ,.
5 sata SIdp "we.tJupiter.-- Ilia
f \ !f1, kill the creative faculty and paralyze cured." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di is needed this ftoctrine of "ours"in a London friend. "You need of + 404* 0 51 p w, 9u1 Palm B..ch ... V4 1010p* 4p 1..1'.J 1 '
/ keels what vou eat and cures stomach consider it possible for : 159a .lap Boyntoe_ __ ,: f 10. 515 I> 4
? than an English
c growth more quickly following troubles. Just assurely all the sun shines the family, city, state, nation, ', s 4 49 a 9 as p "'" Defray w T le 5 SS p .00 ; ':
lay; lId'"' ffiil. precedents in everything and doing your stomach can be brought bACk to Its world. person to flatter.." And then she s !7a oaipiOMp w ta l.oeerd.a + 61. 515 .. .! 1
I 49* lOa
II' iii'everything I. '' r in the same old way. IYl originally pure condition and life sweet- The solution of all'earth's problems gave an instance. Some,, one lookingat CQ OK a 10 41 p Tiallandat. IS a f !4p
,\ have known men ened by this lasting and truly the great a painting said to the artist whose 8$4allOTp Lenonatr M.Ma _, rk' :
progressive .
i young is wrapped in the one .5 a1116 p Ar Miami rSS P
up Lt
A. G. say-
known. Sold by
I to stop growing, become hopelessly est digestant picture it was, "It isn't so bad, you
ing: ,. 'I 1 1Ho.liCIIT&AD /1
nq Riegel.! know.! "Now don't be fulsome D'=1r Dan; ,
and lose all their
ti r.Yl rutty progressive- "Everything Is ours."-Milwaukee set (
w' F ness by going into their fathers'stores Not a Sick Day Journal was the repl?.-Boston Herald. anus ,

.,r' rf ; 1 1: factories or. places of business id i- "I was taken severely sick with kid v Sono :: .Miami. AT cop .1

i:; f". I: where everything was done in trouble. I tried all sorts of medi- -- 1 '

Iq\;\ I''," f the same old fashioned way and cines ney none of which relieved me. One tI. 13 Na. 81 No. IS "0. ITunday Wo.lt '. ;
_'" ''i(f \' precedents were followed in every I day I saw an ad. of yonr Electric Bitters J l A a 1 '] Daily SundaOnly Sunday 8 Dally MAYPOMT BIIANOH. Sa S.eday N*. SO Sunday Na.n, No.Daily!4 !,1

:"X\!\ 4 A"'If"" thing. They lost all expansiveness. and determined to try that. After taking E.lun Only Oal,. Ea6 J Only. Only Ex Sun ?

_ ; I' ', a few doses I felt relieved and soon there- 000 T"p lOOp Ma 5 00. I ., !{
f '') There motive for Jaekaoavtne ..,. a ,
I was no reachingout HOOn 5 b { 10 '
SOS pp : ;
after was entirely cured assi! npt been P 8 II P 1 08 pOp ssa40pl010a 5 on. AT _Bo. Jaake.n.tw, Ma.TMa.11 MaMa STp0p Dtp
\ for the new and the original, rick a dAY since. Neighbors of mine have ; S S40Voop" flip .58 __P blo Beaek,., 11 a 5 U p ",'I

"',ta'\;:' i v I Ii': because their fathers would not been cured of rheumatism neuralgia tom..., y No, "p 7as T !asp I OOp loao.lioooMa w' ..._?Atlantte_ M.y port BaSOh, 'w Y T so 5111* 11 OOa If a 4 B 4 OOp* {a sop lip .,a')v!.I I

v I change and I have seen these splendid liver and kindey troubles and general(
t'f t debility." This Is what B. P. Bass, of \
l : fellows who have become PEMNSPUB AND I
I might OCCIDENTAL
a I Fremont, N. C..lwrites. Only joe, at STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MUffl. '..; ;
"..1 .i{I 1.f; I U great and grand men, shrivel to pygmies all druggists. ,

_ :. if(., l' ( in their fathers' ruts. Old Close Connection Mad at Miami' will' Steamtblps ,ef tke P. a 0. S.'& ConiaaT II Per' t:

How many of our business houses Doesn't Respect Age. ,

', y 5 k :;.' are weighted down with machinery, It's shameful when youth falls\ to .show HAVANA AND KEY WEST. ,1iTIt. )\

: ', old antiquated methods, ponderous proper respect for old age; but Just the ,..

,f I; ti 4 ,i "' bookkeeping and out of date appli- contrary in the case of Dr,, King's New 1'Im. Tabta show the...... atwhloh baths may beaspeotsd a. anlve atseS. depart .

+ ? ances when new devices or new Life Pills. They cnt off maladies no from-ia u.-.a1 aia 'dona", bat their: antYBl or d.p.etarsas UM .._ fa all ............a ,.
matter how severe and Irrespective of Oompaa7tob.h.ldrapae' r&lTlnl :j.Tir&nTnnii.inm.im-rr<-'- *street
\ i methods, with short cut ways of doing fever,
old age. Dyspepsia, jaundice
_..) i! 'things, would enable them to constipation all yield to this perfect pill. for Copy .. IK. LOCAL,TIME' CARD or Other Inf>rnii flap I a

economize greatly on room and getlft ; 350, at all druggists. "SEE THE TICKET "

along with much less help I But r AGENT. ._' ..

: i they cling to the old with a fatal A Runaway Bicycle 1 u J. D. RAHNBR.A st. Oen'l Paw. AjA, ST. AUQU5TINB. WJ., 1'.,:
"It Terminated with an ugly cut on the -- -- -

!11 r leg of T. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. ..
? ; This is why so many old concerns It developed stubborn nicer unyielding

I+ ,f'tenacity.q which have been strong and powerful to doctors and remedies for four years Southern ; ,.

a(t t for generations gradually shrink, Then Ducklen's Arnica Salve cured. It a. Railway ,

i shrivel, get into ruts and fail while Is lupl as good for burns, scalds, eruptions -
.
and at all druggists. "
t. !heir newer competitors, the bright piles., 35C Tri-'Weekly Sailings Between EFFECTIVE JANUARY.-u-.-tong ,

", young who have out f Weather ::= -
men gone roir r .
Three Vestibule Traina East I NI>.M I NI>.30 North and West I So
i3l I
these houses, do things in a new Persons afflicted with piles should be JACKSONVILLE NEW YORKCalling I::::::
of the Hot Lv Jsc aonvnls.,.... 80 Ry T2 ft 7".55P:. J.v".ckaonrille, Fla.... So Ry 7:4P. ...... _
r)? way, adopt up to date methods, keep careful at this season year. ....... .,.. .
at Charleston 8.C.,both Lv 1e..up... .. ....... So Ky U S4R 10 40p.. Lv J..up 0. 110 Ry 10 tot ...... 1' .
weatber and bad drinking water contrib wava. ........ Ar Maeon .. .. ...... .
/ up with the times and on to Lv Savann.b. 80 Ry .301' is i55.. o. .1. o Ry 3 ono ...... :I "
go ate to the conditions which make piles THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THIS COASTWISE SERVICE Ar Columbia,....,.... 110 Ry 15 tap 6 00... Ar Atlanta. O. ......... ..SO Ry 3 "sea ...... '" 1,
greater luccess.-Success. more painful and dangerous. DeWitt's Ar Ch.rlotte...... ..... 110 Ry IU oup 9 5&.. Ar ktome 0..1.... ...tIo Ry 30" ..... .",,' .,
Ar ............... I
'I Ar O..n.horo. .. 80 Ry I 5U5' 12 319.. Dellon. Ry 25.1 ....,.
I Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain, draws THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES Ar Danville ........ .. tlo R;, 1 oa 8 .op.. Ar Ch.tt.nooga. T ..... Ry 9 ...... ."
Champ Clark'. R.tort. out the soreness and cures. Get the genuine Ar Lell/lnllr.on./ Ky.. ..,...Q A J; C 3 45.1'" i ...... ,,
r Champ Clark of Missouri was addressing bearlngithe: name of E. C. DeWitt Direct Service Between Ar Rlcltmond...................So Ry I I 15 4' ArClnclnnattOhio......y A J; C ...... 4t." ;
the house !& Co. Sold by A. G. Riegel. JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE: :, Lv Claclnnatl. Ohio. niEour S ......
of representatives Ar Chicago, III.. Taal/ .....
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AND ALL :EASTERN: POINTS. AtLyneh urll ......80 Ry 4lie all ? .BlgPollr 7 ...
.
t ;"' on one occasion when a rash Calling at Charleston both Ar Ch.rloU".vllle ...110 Rv II oall 11 N... I.v li., Ohio Pa Llneai" :,S ...... v/_
ways ....... 3SDI I .::::
,
ArWa.hlnglo..SO Ry 94' 611p.. ArC'hl".n.11I .P" .... .
member him with Tried and Merit Proven.
interrupted Time HKMI.WKKKLY
) RAILINGS
some
Ar Bnllinture..P R R u 3oa 1(4 261'. I.v Ci..Ch..i, Ohio C 11 1 .. ... ,
I I frivolous comment. Mr. Clark fair One Minute Cough Cure is right on Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston Ar W.et PhlladelphiaPltk I 45P 355.. Ar Chlce ojli ._C If k D I a 4M a / .1.... '
Ar New ........ y.
'' York. .1' II II ...
Northbound 4 131' 3" CV CZnuinaati.
ly shriveled up? the man who had time when it comes to curing coughs From foot of Catherine. Street, Jacksonville OhioU H t4 D 9 j I
Ar Toiedo,
Ohlo H A D
.C
; I. ; : "butted in," winding up his ecoriflE croup, whooping cough, etc. It is per Pullman No.M.-"New.. York and Florida SloeplagCst K>rprell/t.Tampa Daily Ar Detroit. Mich.:::::...., PM y :4SPj__J.Lam::::: '

E ,. cation in this way: 'Mr. Chairman, fectly.harmless; pleasant to take and Is CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE and JacksnvlUllegtOoobNewYOrt. LiClncTuoatLOhto..l'.LlOe.. B
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ArPileburg P..Pa : :
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Sold .
there the children's favorite I
was once a tenderfoot who cough syrup. :Between Jacksonville and 3anford. --
l No.3Ou"W..ahlnlltoa. and Florida J.lmltl II LV ii lnn.tI, Uhlo..Blg
J ,' struck: the grizzly region looking for by A. Riegel. Dntly Pullman Drawing Room ArClevetand. b1o..UlIII
bleeping C
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresiord (DeLand) and t.
Jackoollvm"to New York. Lell/llIlto. ...... I
Lv ,
bears. He all / Ky pOllrl..rtll 1At
was got up in the Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River
Hair Loulevllle Ky ......... ,
l t f 'j'I",: finest hunting garb and his weapons Steamer "Citv of Jacksonville"! Ar 8t Loulo ..... ............ tti

It the newest that could be The human hair ArAnnlnlon.Ala...... Sony ..,
; were industry is a very appointed. to all as follow*:-Leave Jacksonville,Sundays Tuesdays and Thursday 8:80: p.'in Ar Blrndll ham. Ala ...110 Ry U .".. 1
; ;f1.f; obtained. lIe had come to show the active one in France, the Ar J\lemPh Tena..Prl"/ S 40al .J.. .." '
departments
t' < west how to kill grizzlies. He went most frequently visited Returning leiive Sanford,Mondays,Wednesdays and Sundav at 0:1)0) n. m. ArK.n"! .Cl;!!j. Mo.Frl.co" II .:..: ;

by Southbound 8ohaul. Memphis. Than ... ... .. .1 II > .. ......
i ;,. forth one morning and never came the hair merchants being those of Head down. Northbound Read np Through "Tb" Land of the 8ky."J No 30 ...... Rot "'pringe, Art ...............1 9 301 ....... ... p

1 I s ,d back, and over his remains .they; Correze, Creuse, Allier, Cher, Dor- Leave 33o pm .. ... : ......... .... JACKSONVILLE. ... ..... ..... .. '.....Arrive I oo am No 13-"Tbe Florida '
_ 't }, .......... .. .. ............ I Lv J.ckoonvllle.... ...........ijo -... Limltlld. Deily. !loUd ,
raised a stone which bore this epitaph dogne and Haute Vienne. The average S4spm .PALATKA.. .,. ,. ..... .... ......Leave 8 oo pm Lv ijav.nllah, ................ Ry Veatibu train, through day coaches and rail-
( 91 : 'He whistled for the grizzly for full looam .......... .. .................. A8TOR ..... ............... ...... ...... .. 8 jo pm ..8. C. .............80 Ry boon ...,............ man .I eepiug care Jack.ouvilie to l.inclnllatt.., +
price given a long .4 .... .......... ........... Ar Aehvlll" ......... ....
f I' and "' 4 jo am ff. PKANCI8 ... .................. ...... lin pm .N. C .110 Ry t 301 P .........
t 9ti:; the grizzly came -Kansas head of hair is from 8 shillings to --. ................ ...BKF KSFORD (DaLANO)............... ... .' I oopm Ar Ar Hot Springs. N.C..1Io :--10. III-PnllmAn Room eleeplnO CAr i

City Journal. 25 shillings for the very best quality Arrive jo am.. ....... ,................. ..8ANPORD ...n............ ........... ,> 9 39 am Ar Ipui.vllle.Knoll/vllle./ ....... ........ .....110 Ry S ... ..... and Colorado! Springs sham, MOlllphla. ':}
r 1\, I and color. The girls of the districts 10( 00 am..a.......ENTERPRISE................................... to OO am Ar Ss Louis.......................50 Ry 436 5011, ..,. ,... )rt ,
,I How H. Was Caught Lying. I mentioned Ar Inclnnattl; Ohio.........Il..E II .sa ..:...... ,
L+ ) 'j above, which are exceedingly General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W Jacksonvillo V
; Mrs. -Why, what are Bay St., Naar-Daily Pullman Drawing-Room .ud .,o ,
that their hair DuO't'
poor stipulate leepIDJ tsar; between Jacksonville and +'
?; v t you crying about? Ihall not be cut short in front and 1'. M. I IRONMONUEK Jr.,Ai.'t Uen'l l'...Agt 1U: Want. BaySt..Jaokmnvllla. F 1.Inol..u. I'L .' I II
I 1 Mrs. Youngbride-Well,you know, conceal the shorn at the W (t. COOPtU: Jr. YrelghAet, C. P. I.OVKLI. 8nptH .. .r
toot of
+ appearance Hog o Street .I o* onville, Florida
f John is away on a business trip- back by a draped colored handker A. C.IIAhERTY( Gen'iEa.t'uraw.Aft.NewYotk.. CljYDB MILNE.Ocnl Fr>* iN.Y Excellent_ Dining Car Service : 1
VMKU U. KUbK,
WM. P. ilYl> &?
Mrs. Navberleiffh
..-, : -Yes. chief. .The best shades_of light and General Manager./ C uoncral 11801. ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLR; t
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r Mrs. Youngbride-He writes that Cbe..brc. >lIch BillMlnz M State Streot New York From New York Washington, eto.-No.
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and Florida
blond hair are obtained from Gel'many Jo'.n l'j"w'or"' "fa .. aq"Washington J.lmlted"9:00..m. i '
he gets out picture and k-kiases + 'dngPai, ete Na 33. .W..hlnK.on and 9'IorIda : ,. i''";
", my and Switzerland and for these From Cinctnn.rl I. \alo '91r. IC.-NI.I9, "Wa.hIDlClon and I'lorid. Esereas7:4op, .: a t '
9:00.: m :
it every day. From IlIIlao.Iud.; n .11. Atlanta, etc.-No. i4.'Florida Liiulted" ? .J
high prices are paid.-London MaiL Atlantic Coast Line \\/:35./ m. i'1:

C,, S Mrs. Nayberleigh=Well, that's T. C. LUSK, Djst. Pal. Afeat. 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Pia f
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+
1' surely nothing to about.
fit' + cry -=? Mon.y'a Worth. THE GREAT THROUGH VV.H.TAYLOEG.P.A.
'+ CAR LINE FROM LORIDACONNECTJONS
Mrs. Youngbride-Yes, It is I 8.H.HAROWICK, P.TM.. '
During her sojourn at a hotel a BROOKS MORGAN, A. O. P. A '
Just to him I took "
play a joke on -
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it 1 lady broke article .- ,_ .

I Ns my picture out of his grip when he an belonging to :: !- .-- 4
The ---L.-:

), started and put one of m-m-moth- house a toilet she china was charged set. On with leaving the the en East Over its own, rails to Savannah '-.--..- ..... ... .' '_.",'_.,'+-.leUd+.awalgall,''''RW' e. 'nt1M .::tIf.t.: : t tfy'
; era in its place t Cleveland Leader !
1.1' Charleston Richmond jf" .
ap and Washington
; tire set. As remonstrance was unavailing "" >> .... II.. '1 'ft..J.
1 I Unkind. she paid the bill and plead- via All thence via : ..- .._. '"I 'U'". .... .n., ."" "...... 1 ''. i d i f." 'I .
i ing the of Rail.. Pennsylvania By .J.; ,:. .' .I' ,. h" ..... ., iI" ,.fl"a' t l"to ,
excuse having forgotten I.
f Mrs. Minks -I don't want tomake -- ....
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bat that something, returned to the room and f.i !' i'f'.1.i; \ C\1"(' la.'lalollol' : ('f rf01'm of If r
a scene, man over broke each The The LouIsTllle & Nashville J'..f:;.,i .l.biilt.. .....Q8I: 'rak Btnrcl\.h. 1''(
,, a there is staring at me very offensively. and every article of the West via Montgomery r. ".. ,5. .' lertak it i liver. ltaar\) '"t
if .1' you. DoU'IHWk I and i
set for '
which she had And atll./fI. :\
paid. The Mobile & Ohio; via Montgomery ///'j.; 'z.!: ,. ,, I. u,,.. '.tpkoctuwucltsghh;: ; ; ,.: ...,. U. t.u .i
1! some people women are not clever \
Mr. Minks-He is, eh r HI speak say :: \ .

i''i, 111. to Mrs.him.Minks (a few minutes later) 1 The To V Via York Savannah, Philadelphia and Ocean Boo ton.Steamship Company, for New \\r;;"fi" :}.."1'l .".,. ;:I1'1"!. .t.\ ,,F' j...,)tt(. ,"'' 3' ,I Ir N E i

"' An Inquisitive Mis. East t ." ;a.:: ., l ,
{ '. -Did he apologize? Her nurse had fallen asleep anda Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Bait! :--. kw 110. the!)' vlros.,. (;01" .t t',vI.! I .
f : Mr. Minks Y-e-s; he said he wad more. I .It dco.dJ' oft' .ots. tit .:1 ,' j,
? :'Il looking for his mother and thought four-year-old girl toddled to the via I steamship VI. Savannah and Merchant & Miners Transportation: Com t j \ '.(''.' rcgnJ'ilyrUlt '.' '..:" ,.1'.' !: LI.b..t I' .' pulpit steps in a church and temporarily pany for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Shod: ;avoTau: wrl.
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f,4 ; ; I .t first that you were she.-Illustrated f'lr J "" ., ,w" 1 li. >>.
Bit.. I stopped the sermon by ask 4. 1100 JOI1(: oIl J :'\0' .:,....IJII.t; 1 h'l 1'11.1\1'11 y 1
TO KEY WEST 'Lvoo)
the "Please via Occidental 1 ik ills, kot'i' >'o.i: U .
.1. ing clergyman: man, :Peninsular & fv t A. udteili. 1 I

fM Solving the Problem. why do you get up there ? Why and i /" \.--, ft :>fVU.CAV.; l

George-Women are still pushing don't you come down?" When a HAVANA Steamship Company ? & .. ', V ;,.,,&* .'..k Cl" JHLi. ..".:.. 4A i :q"ewtata.; .

church warden gently led her back -" '
their way into all the industries. :;
R ,, 'f I; Jack-That's so. I have just been to her seat amid the tittering of the SOMETHING NEW Sold at Riegel's Drug Store.
I. congregation she repeated her Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13.000 mlles'of among : '
tde'principn I
'\ discharged to make way for a wom adding, "Can he see better question ?" railroads In The Southern /State:: are on sale by the principal agent. I : 'r
an. Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast Line.
t': "You have Well, well I What Frank C. B .vieston, Commercial Agent W.. D.' Stark. Traveling Passenger

j"I, t are you going to do now?" Finest line of candles at the Ma- Traffic Agent Mana J38 West Bill J.street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Pia. H. M. Erawson SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

)by, i "i am trying to marry the worn- Jew.kl bakery .er. Craig, General Passenger: Agent Wilmington N. C. SUN => I

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TIlt TROPICAL SUN. WEST :>PALSJ 1: BEACH, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1905 PAGE FIVE

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'' WILL'CONVENE'AT' ATtAN: tN.;' TORt fAbQ NITS GEORQlX COA&n" ASK PRESIDENT TO VISIT MACON MADAME'S SHAMPOO.: .

PRINCE NAKACHIDAZfc; .. Residences Damaged and Station Is FAR EASTERN SITUATION I ,

State Federation of Trades Will Hoji, Committee Will See Roosevelt Concerning She Wanted a Full Course of Treatment j
Wrecked No Person
Its'Annual Session June 22. Savannah -Qa, May 24,-Injured.Information PORTRAYED the Proposed Trip. and She Got It,
VICTIM OF BOMB 24.-It is announced I' An American went into a 1
Atlanta, Oa., May 24.-th* State< relating to a tornado that struck Beau Macon, Ga, May lady

Federation of Trades will hold its annual ]lieu and Montgomery, and that sectionof from the Macon chamber of commerce French hairdresser's establishment
that a committee of citizens will leave in Berlin to get a shampoo. The ;;
meeting in this city, the first'sea the coast Tueeday, afternoon hat
Killed Whilo Occupying Seat Latest and Most Reliable Information Friday for Washington for the purposeof proprietor was a tall thin man with
: 'Ion to be held on June 22. The meet just reached Savannah. Tie wind '

in His Prioate'Cal'riiago.ASSJISSINATIONN: : tng will'" be attended bY' enlarge, ; ,nurn was of short duration, but a number* of inviting President Roosevelt to visit '1 all the grace and<
tier oof olaottring men from allover of suburban residences, were Damaged the city of Macon on the proposedtrip master. Up came forward in 3''

ARE, ". the state and promises to be one of There was no injuries to residents THE early In October. This action lias haste as the door opened. E
RIFE: AGAIN AFFAIRS IN FAR EAST WAR been taken since it was anounced a.t) 4
the most interesting. conventions yet: At Burnilde: the railway station was "Ah, madame weeshca a treatmentfor

heltt! by the federation of trades, wrecked.In Washington that a> southern trip had ze scalp. Oui, yes,"' said he,

4'' Seidelle'a Chief Police ,I* Wounded Interesting programs have been arranged Tattnall county the tornado lasted General' Llnevltch .ports that a Russian been contemplated.The committee la. composed of five bowing low, with, a wide sweep of the 4, ?'
for ten
and there will bo Instrumentaland minutes. During this brief band.
'''by an Unknown; Man While He Was Detachment Has Successfully! members of the chamber of commerce,
'1 vocal selections during the progress period; a section between ReldsvlTU "Yes, and I have my owu.no' :: ''

Sitting, Upo'l'I Porch,.of Club-Threi of the 'meeting. *" and' Collins was'piacttcally cleared of Attacked the Japanese Trenches with C. M Adams as chairman. This about how it should be done," replied :-

Governor and Woodward all crops, and: only the strongest trees body of citizens will extend a warm Invitation the glancing doubtfullyabout
lady
Mayor
Other People Are Injured. Terrell German Sailors Mutinied.Toklo ,
will deliver the addresses of remained standing. It was the most Edwards has stood In the room, as, if she was putting -

} Baku Caucasia, May 24.-The governor welcome on the part of the state and destructive windstorm7 has visited May 24.-115 a. m.-Imperlal Postmaster herself into the hands of irresponsible '
with of
close touch the executive head
ot the Province'' of Baku Prince city,'Mr. Sam D. Jonee and Mr. O. S. this vicinity 'in yeart army headquarters made the following the nation since he entered upon the strangers, "Where do
NttWhldza, was assassinated at 3 p. At Colllnl a family of five were announcement today: eirP" i ir
will welcome the delegateson ,
Nunnally keep preparations
present administration, and his per. you your
!
I rwe:* today' by a bomb which was thrown the part of the Atlanta manufacturers struck by: llgatnlng. They were only "On the afternoon of May 21, a battalion sonal Influence will be brought to bear "Ah, ze ingredients ? 'They are ?
stunned. Their house
\a i carriage was destroyed. of Russian infantry and six the artist .leading -
nearly all of whom employ upon the situation. here, madame/ said ,
l V ..teutenant, who..was accompanying; union labor. Hon. A. 8.: Clay and Hon. .So heavy was the accompanying! hail squadrons of cavalry attacked J the the way to a marble slab affixed

th\ governor and a bystander were ln F. Livingston will also speak. that a depth the hailstones of 12 Inches.lay on the groundto northern heights at Chinyangpao' 10 MEXICAN SUICIDES. to the wall at the back of the room,

also Instantly-killed by the explosion, miles north of Wesyuanpaomen, but upon which there stood a long line

and the coachman, Is believed to' have 'GALLANT CONFEDERATE: DEAD. BOND. FOR POTTER IS FIXED. were repulsed. On the morning of May Beside His Body Was Found a Pictureof of bottles and jars.

received terrible wounds from which 22> ,a battalion of Russian infantry and a Woman. The lady recognized many of the

he will die.Warsaw. Colonel John S. Reed Expires at His Davlsboro'e Alleged Bank Embezzler three troops of cavalry advanced New York, May 24.;Manuel Fernandez preparations and thus regained muchof t

May 24.--The chief of police le Taken to Sandersvllle.Sandersvllle along the Kirin Taolu roads toward del Valle, a Mexican, has killed her assuran e. .
Home In Harrison N. J.
of Siedelle capital of the government 24.John Gordan :Ga., May 24.-Detective Ctalenchentzu, and one company of,, Infantry himself In his office on lower Broad "Is madame ready?" asked the ct

.r+' o( that name, was ,severely Injured New York, May Hewitt,,has arrived here with Maro S. gained the western height near way by shooting himself through the >
Reed a native of New York: but served proprietor. "
'. by the explosion of ,a bomb at Potter, who is charged with| embez the village but were'repuJsed., The mouth. First I
"No wait if
please. ,
as a colonel in the confederate army, zling'the funds of the Davlsboro bank ; you
midnight. Russian cavalry on the, right bank of Del Valle member, of old t
h N. was a an of that she said point. ,
in Harrison want
Is dead at his home and they went immediately to the law some ,
pie; waa sitting on the veranda/ of aclu.b the Llao river commenced of
: ; a retreat on and wealthy family Guadalajara,
at J.,He,waa living in Arkansas when the firm of Hon. T. W. HardwIck to fix the ing to a bottle.
house when unknown man approached
the morning of May 22 and at 5 o'clock Mex. .
was began and at once entered the bond. The hairdresser/: :nodded. "It eeamy '
and hurled ta bomb at him. In,the Beside the of 'the suicide
afternoon the enemy had reached body waa 1
while two brothers madame.
southern army, pleasure
Congressman Hardwlck' and broth ,
The missile, however, fell short, but a a point south of Talun, which lies found the mulltated picture of a woman
in
served lathe opposing ranks. er-in-law of Potter, Colonel J. R "And then you may rub some two1o
exploded near to the chief of police tong
17 miles west of Fakumen. which the police believe may sup
,Colonel Reed became a member ot ot Leeaburg/ .., represent the defense that. She pointed to a jar of a
pI the fragments Injuring him seriously. ply the motive for the deed.
"With the exception of small collisions
the staff of General Sterling BJ. Price lotion.
familiar
while the prosecution is ,
were represented
Three other persons also In Del Valle about 40 of
there is otherwise In was years age
no change
v and was one of the officers ln chargeof by) Colonels "Oui zat will be excellent ma-
jured. The man,who threw the bom.beaca.pd. about ,, Evans!, and Evans, the situation. and was an Oxford graduate. He was ,. t
x building the defenses! Mobile of this city. The bond has been fixed dame." 1
married and his is student at
Ala. The. southern cross of honor by the sheriff at( the advice of the solicitor son a "Then a good rubbing with that,"*, il{
was given him not long ago' by the ,St. Petersburg, May .24.- ,
HAILS general and Judge of the mid she went bn, indicating an open
A TER ORM!" United Daughters of the Confederacy. Llnevltch, under date of May 23, reports -
,, dle circuit at 115,000. although the directors Democratic Committeeman Shot. bowl which contained a thin brown
that a Russian detachment has
Cherry Creek Neighborhood Visited by oft ,e ,bank were very anxiousto attacked McArthur: 0., May 24.-J. N. Specht, liquid. {
Disastrous Remits Ensuing. Committee Gets Busy. have the amount of the bond placed I successfully the Japanese, a prominent farmer and miller, and a "Mais, non I" cried the other.,
trenches the north of the
on heights
St. Petersburg, May 24.The'com. at $20,000. It la thought that Potter member of the Democratic executive "Madame does I not weesh itl"!
Valdosta, Ga. 24.-A terrific
May
station of Changtufu.
hailstorm fell 'in Cherry Creek neighborhood mittee appointed under the presidencyof will have, no difficulty: in making committee of Vinton county, was shot "Yes, I do I" replied the lady-
]M.! Kuttler, assistant minister of the required bond, today' '
early Mrs. Emma Flynn, sharply.
6 miles above here last night! St Petersburg May 24.-The author- ,
,
.
the Interior'to' decide updn' the measures S. 1. Taylor, receiver of the Davis-- formerly of Columbus. Mrs. Flynn "But madame""Do -
Hallatones: ranging la size from ablrd's Increase the 'boro bank, and Hon. T.: L.'Brown,, one ities here have no confirmation of the '
to adopt In ordef to was arrested today charged with the os I say, if you please she-
to a turkey's egg are said to report telegraphed from Toklo to the
of the stockholders
largest in the bank
deter ,
revenues of the empire has murder. She claims that about 11 Interrupted in a vexed tone.
have) fallen. mined to recommend increased taxation and other Dav'sboro citizens are here, London Dally Telegraph to the effect o'clock last night she noticed what she The proprietor shrugged his shoulders '
r A1? number of who were that the have cut rail-
'negroes whom Japanese the.
interested In
to the amount to meet allot are deeply supposed to be Into ,
necessary a tramp looking but he did as he was bid. Everything -
' caught in the storm,were badly injured.. the outcome of the case. road to Vladivostok and isolated that
of
'' the additional expenses out account her window, and, that securing a re went well except that the
+ Crops were beaten to the ground andfarm fortress. The director of telegraphs
the war and is, now considering the volver, she fired through the glass and brown did not smell just as
cattle'were BUCKET SHOPS PROHIBITED. liquid
animals and badly informed the Associated Press
today
question of an income tax from whic barricaded' herself In the house. MrSpecht's the had and produced a
hurt In many Instances. I the commission desires to raise 925 North State Supreme- Court Affirms. that !there are two lines to Vladivostok body waa found by his, familyat curious sensation expected of warmth as it

The storm covered an area of almosta 000,000. Lower Court'e Decision., one direct by way of Khabarovsk SI- 1 o'clock this morning on the lawnIn
mile near the Dasher and Ashley beria, and !the other via Harbin. The front of the was applied.
N. 24.-1'he North
Raleigh) ,. C., May Flynn home with a bullet -
"Wasn't that brown sham.
! former is working and Interruption liquid a
no
plantations Carolina supreme court has affirmed hole through his head over the left "
Formal Measures Taken.St. mixture ? she asked with -
the decision of the lower court sustaining of the latter had been reported this eye. lrs. Specht. and Mrs. Flynn are' poo growing
21.
Petersburg May -The government doubt he >
finished.
Gov. Arrives at Colon. morning from Harbin, whence messages as
Magoon the act passed by the last I legIslature cousins and the families have been on "
Colon, Ma.y' U.-Charles O. Magoon.. has now taken formal! measures : l prohibiting "bucket shops" and are constantly arriving. Inquiries the best of terms, "Non, madame, he replied pJitejy. 4

governor of the Panama canal zone, to prevent zemstovs, dumenaa and the practice of dealing In futures. on the subject have been des 1 "I put it on because madame

of John F. Wallace's chief engineers of other provincial and district 'instltu- The law now makes it a misdemeanor patched to Harbin. The war office Dynamite Is Found In Woman's Shoe inseests. But, you see, I was eating ;

the canal l. arrived here today on the Ions from indulging In unrpntrlcte: to open a place where quotations on has no news of the railroad being cut, ConnellsvlUe, Pa., May 24.-In the my-what you call it-lunch when

steamer Seguranca from New York, debate and adopting. resolutions! on t futures are furnished or to buy or t-'l 1 and the Idea that the fortress Is cutoff office of District Attorney Thomas H madame came. Zee bowl containedmy

and started for Ppnamaat once. subject of a mange in the form of gov- options for future delivery of tne on the land side is regarded as absurd Hudson, Is a woman's shoe the hoi soup, madame Lippincott's.
In er:01'Unlf.ter: Boullgic
ernment. goods la not contemplated. The effect though 1 i.t is always l possible thata lowed heel of which, it is sold, con I

Examination Begins. baa Issued a circular declaring tt of the decision is to close up all the small ,raiding party might reach the tains enough dynamite and n1tr-grye. A Misapplied Word.
discussions- do not come \vltV'
Washington, May 24.-Examination such branches of the,cotton exchange housesIn railroad and, temporarily damage It.It erlne,to kill a number of persons. Last Everybody who has had experience -

of witnesses was begun today in the the scope of the Imperial ukase Issued this state doing a future .business. !is considered Impossible! however, night "Mrs Engle, of Uniontown, Pa., ( in carving knows that not only
the frc dom
people :
March 3, granting
criminal court No. 1, In the case of ; the that a Japanese force of sufficIent found a., pair of ladles' shoes In her are sharper knives required, but also
the through
to petition emperor Heavy Rains Shortens Yield.
.William G. Crawford, who was indicted committee of ralnljttrs on all matters Macon Ga., May 24.-Large farm. strength to hold the railroad and temporarily : back yard. While examining them probably more skill and practice, to

jointly with August W. Machen relating to their general 'welfare. The ers in this section of the state are damage it could have passer1 she found that the heel of one had carve' a duck than any other fowl.
B. Lonrena of through the Russian skirmish lines, been hollowed out four Admiral Dewey was a guest at a dinner -
and George on a charge ruling in effect is that this privilege applies complaining against the heavy rains exploding caps
government which keep In touch for the entire distance four iron table where his host had that i'
conspiracy to defraud the to the people as Individuals and which have prevented the proper care placed on pegs set In and '

through. the purchase of postal sups that organized institutions must confine of the cotton crops. It is stated that between General Llnevltch'sarmy the hole filled with waste, soaked_ wit serious task to perform. As the ad-

plies. The forenoon session of the themselves to questions wit; the yield for the coming season has and the division along the Tu- nltro-glycerlne. The shoes were turn miral watched the almost desperate

court was occupied in receiving and their competency. The duty of enfori been cut short on that account in this men river. ed over to the authorities, who are endeavors of the carver to disinte-

: having Identified numerous documets Ing this Inhibition\ is imposed on the vicinity. The farmers have had no now .making a rigid Investigation. grate the bird he smiled mildly. His ; '

., to be used In the trial. presiding officers, who will be amenable opportunity to clear the fields of cot- London, May 21.-The Great Northern host happened to notice it and felt ,

to prosecution for permitting it. ton of the grass. The peach growers Telegraph, company's office in Lon- Gov. Herrick Arrives at Columbus. I a bit piqued, as he was :not in the'

Received In Private Audience. fractions. The circular was plain!y are also complaining and have a fear don has received no intimation tendingto Columbus 0., May! 24.-Because of best of temper anyway.

Rome, May 24.-The pope today received designed to put an end to the political I that the brown rot will cause the loss confirm the statement cabled by the the lack of contest! on nominations and "You appear to be amused at my

,t in private audience the Rt. agitation which 'has been openly 1 1 in L of a large amount of fruit a
Rev, Peter Verdaguer vicar apostolic progress in the zemjtvo circles througthe b I of the heavy rains. ) Dally Telegraph, that the railroad. line first session the majority of the delegates "Not at all, sir; not at aU,:;' was ;}

of Brownsville, Tex The pontiff man country. Vladivostok has been cut by the I to the Republican state convention the reply. "I was only thinking why

, Ifested great Interest in Texas and its Trusted a Friend and Lost: Japanese with the result that the fortress ; did not reach the city until today. the term duck was used ash word of i i
San Francisco, May 24.-Mrs. Marie Those who arrived yesterday includeda endearment and one of re-
development.Will Labor Strike Ends.Honolulu la isolated. goose
Japanese DeWolf, for 50 years a prominent work number of leaders who conferred until proach."

May 24.-A wireless telegram er in charitable organization of this a late hour over the declaration o' 1
Out Orthodoxy.St.
'i Wipe
Petersburg May 24.-The Mos from La'Halna' says that the, city, la about to enter the home of the St. Petersburg May 24.-Later In principles, their number being Increased Scared/ What He Meant

cow Gazette the leading reactionaryorgan agreement made by the striking Japanese San Francisco Ladles' Relief and Protection the day replies were received from during the night by the arrivalof Landseer, says a biographer, was

in Russia, has begun a bitter plantation laborers to return' to I society, which she founded in Harbin saying that 'tooth the railroad Governor Herrick. exceedingly fond of telling the fol-

y war against religious toleration argu- work today has been abrogated. The' 1868. At one time Mrs. DeWolf wee and the telegraph lines to Vladivostokwere lowing story of his meeting, with the
to be but
Is described quiet
situation worth $1,000,000and one-half of this
and the Associated
In \ working, king of Portugal nud the latt.er'sunexpected
out Postmasters
ing that It will wipe orthodoxy Southern Appointed.
more serious. It is further stated that sum she spent (,n doing good, The '
Press authorized to the
was deny
report -
sections of the coun Washington, May 24.-The greeting:
1 the non-orthodox following
wish return to work
the Japanese to other half waa stolen from her by a Isolation.
try. The paper declares at least 450.. the others of the fortress' postmasters were appointed by the At one of the court balls Land-
but are prevented by ) man whom she trusted as a son.
000 Russians in Poland will come under -- president today: seer attended, whei} the king of. J

the Influence of Roman Catholicism British SteameReleased. Wife Shoots Her Husband. Saigon, Cochin China, May 21.-At Alabama-Bridgeport, Stephen C. Portugal" who was also a guest, was

if the Catholics are permitted to I Nagasaki May 24.11 A. m.-The Mount Sterling, Ky., May 24.-In a the request of the German consul here Fitch made aware of the presence of the

proselyte. "The ukase has already British steamer LJncliiden, which was family quarrel at Hendricks, Magoffln the naval authorities ,have Incarcerated Alabama-Halls. Davis A. Nunn, Jr. great animal painter he expressed ;

had a deplorable effect on the RussIan seized "by the :Japanese: south of Korea county, Dora Arnett shot and fatally on board the French battleship Texas-,Klllen, Richard T. Polk. his desire for an introduction. Land-

'- Mujlks. says the Gazette May 16, was released by the wounded her husband. Dudley Arnett, Redoubtable, the crew of the German seer was presented accordingly, when

"among whom stories are current that naval on prize court at Saaebo yesterday. with a revolver. Arnett', it is said,' collier Hans Menzell], anchored off Nh Civil War Veteran Dies. the king in his imperfect English ,

the emperor Is under the influence The French steamer Quangnam, which had beaten his 'wife with a stick and I :Be. The crew mutlned and refused 'El! Paso day 24.--Colonel R F;: said: ni ,

the pope. It is even said that the emperor was qe'lzed on the same date near th. was trying to take the revolver from to continue the voyage fearing war Campbell, civil war veteran, exmayorand "Oh, Mr. Landseer, I am delighted -

{' will become a Catholic and that Pescadore Islands, has arrived at Sas*' her when she fired. The Arnetts are risks. postmaster of El paso, Tex., to make your acquaintance! I { '

the Mujlcks who do not desire to be bo prominent,, In eastern! Kentucky: ; 'Tttewoman and ex-collector of revenue at Austin, am so fond of beasts 1"Tol.tol'a tt; )

converted to Catholicism will be transported weAl" placed,In. Jail. Arnett wOl Will Return to Odessa.Odessa one of the best known men in the
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to live In three die. southwest died today of apoplexy. Col.
and L..on.
\ compelled : f, ,
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Dal"lag.'sy Floods. : 24.
Incalculable' May '-According to advices a
s." 24. Floods created I No Change In Insurance Rates received ''here that General Haul- onel Campbell was well known In Chi. Count Tolstoi was'so plain as a i -
May -
New York
concluded' that "this Is Buffalo; N. t May 2'-'l'be Broth- cago and Wosbln'gton. He had lived
The paper of boy that his mother said to hinu
the recent' rains are, cables the' bars, commander the Second Man. .
but RossoPolish by erhod of Trainmen h84 decided to at El Paso for 25 years.
not .a religious war a "You know Nikolinka that no .
:Milan correspondent of the Herald, churlan army, will return to Odessa, ,
{ ,.national battle. causing'considerable damage. and distress ,make no changes la the {insurance owing to the fact that his health isahattered. one will love you for your face, and,
The Novo :Vremya this, morning attacVtt rates established at the Denver convention Students Cleaning Streets. therefore must endeavor to be a'
In th eprovlnce of Vlntena Seven you ,
what it terms the "Insatiable de- hundred'persons, are homeless and two years; ago. The subject Stockholm May 24.-Students of the good and sensible boy.:' .. .

m/rida- of the Jews:' who: thepaper have taken refuge in a church ,and of uniform laws t for tIle eoTCrBKicni 'ot high schools are cleaning the city's Tolstoi said when he was an old

declares, are "exploiting Russia for the ,school at Meledo with their cattle and subordinate lodges.waa given considerable Trial of Senator for Bribery. streets In place of the regular street man that all through his life these

benefit of their pockets, .but do not pigs. The. inhabitants) were rescued. attention today'the task "of reconciling St. Louis, Mo., May 24.-The trial cleaners, who have struck for better words had helped to keep him true ? ;

how e< particle of patriotism, being ,conflicting Ideas being a difficult' of Senator Frank II. Fa-rrla" on the condition Plenty of volunteers seem to what ia, most,, worth while. In human I'

the real' instigators. of the revolutionary Sea Shaw Addressee Schools; one. charge of bribery, which was set fora ready to assist the municipal authorities !. character. "

hearing Tuesday in the criminal and it is said In the event of a '
,moyemenC'Band Oklahoma City, Okla..May 34--Secretary Reported Sale' of Ratlroad.Savanah 1 knew when my mother spoke r
court, was continued until next term continuance of the strike, military of. "that I should without
he
of the treasury department was them said
Shaw 2'-.h
Ga
May ,reported I
Score and civil officials Intend
.of :Thieves of court. The continuance wa granted to forma sensible "
,pCaught.y. vent to El Reno on a specialtrain here on seemingly good author- fail.become a boy. ?
so that Farris might five testimony street-cleaning brigade sand take
U.The hare '
M rid police
ad May
,
today at the invitation of the sty today that the Georgia. J"lorWa.4Alabama.
trial for former Lieutenant Governor turns in attending to the sanitary necessities
captured'a band of thieve who for chamber of commerce of this city. He railroad had been sold to the In the 8 rca.tlo. ,

ears hav* been working: the Spanish poke there before the territorial Sunday Atlantic Coast Line. Inquiry was Lee," at Jefferson City .on the of Stockholm. A Frenchwoman was complaining

hidden 'treasure\ swindle in America school convention, returning; here made of President J. P. William, pf charge of perjury. Appointed to her husband that he was too ,

and')>ir0pe. at noon. He will deliver an address the former \road, who denied the report. Vicar Bishop. much, oi a bookworm; that he retired -

s?, tonight before the chamber of commerce : Hay's Heart U Sound. + Milwaukee WIs., May 24.-The Very too often to his study, leaving

'\; Madison d9aMay Not Guilty.24.At the commltmeni at Ardmore, I. T. Heavy Rain at CarrolIten. I Bad Na'uhelm: ," Germany, May 24.- Rev. Augustine Bchinner, vicar .general her to spend many evenings alone: '
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I of Milwaukee archdiocese for severs
+- Ga.: M&1 Carrollton The dilation of Secretary Hay's heart, T wishshe 'ended plaintively,
,84.-
Carrollton\
!'i l triaL trial :J of Lou Eteaon and years past has been appointed ,
Preparing to, won Jap Camp. wa visited by the heavieet rain ot the functional disorder for which he "that'I'rere a book Their I might '
? son for ]being alleged accessaries to "' bishop of superior dlocea recently 'v .
*' '': telegram the Tue.day" .which was detract came here to ,be treated has, according always hlve'your'comp&nY. -1 ;
the murder;. youBC.Kelsey Bransford. I" Honolulu, May 24.-A wtreless yea 'very; created by the re-dlvUton of the Milwaukee "
both]rers: :completely; exoneratedthere to.the'A4yrtlser ,from La Hauna : : !ve'Jo crepe.and l ,garde! iswsabtog'the'lands :, to Professor Oroedl, entirely'' dis province. The appointmenthas "It:: that case, my dear, the

being 'no'evidence whateveI'agatnstTTte says that the police and militia are and doing great. and almost ,', appeared. The professor pronounces been mad by Pope Plus X. and It Frenchman answered"I'dwith'youwere

two necroea Implicated la preparing to moye.on...th. eam ,of.Uw Irreparable. damage to the eottoa Mr, Hay a well man. The latter will Is believed the brief Is already on. Ins an' almanac. Then" I could
In: thla'lmme4I&.te'aect1u. work with change yob once, a
atrlkingJapaneser crop return to interest year.
to America
ffS murder were remanded to Jallj l I I way



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;{ t, PAGR SIX. TIIK TROPICAL SUN, WEST,1'ALM BEAC.EIlf'LOIUDA, SAT.tTRDA"Y, 1I.27\ 1905 I,

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; u'' :MATTERS OFLOCAL PARAGRAPHS I ishneKR and< ":

The !wen ,
young
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I INTEREST PURELY PERSONAL I And t begged! me to i i
: that I ; :
t, tug seats
I, Hind off 'rboxr | Y
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Condensed Now. 1 par'l'rrcphs>> i : ) Per- People .t* They Coins and Go.- ignorant of the !

//i, f a'' talntnarto WPlnriea2h, : People Whom You May or quietly and \

I ti; 1 ''i 0 and V-eln'ty.! May Not Know. request. Some ,

doubt to then ,
----- as

k: ..,. "' Pigeons Wa"N''w.': .,..1).1juy :age II pnlf Mr J S. Sundy ol DolrllY! was In the stolen territory, / S
i delivered to Lake Worth Produi e Co city''OIl buMutss yesterday t to see their! txns ,

'; Schmifl's care wit 1 c'o-: its ii' ors pi.rtnaoently Mayor George G. Currie spent Tbura the exquisite and

alter snpreron Mon ''a) :rest i ,lay in Miami on professional bufliesa."' log up. That 1 .
of the existence ( \ '
'h., Gr The gnme r>f ball'! T! uri''u) "ttrltct"tt, 1 fudge R C. Tanker, one of Delray' these trespassers, l !(
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'\ '' quite a number\ : U pi.uor: rd re uromuienl citizen, i pent yesterday in ering, wail '7

I suited In R score of 7 to 6 In fatt of the ,the city of the tickets : j

winning side Mr. L O. I.jnati-a prominent merchant Whatever iQColI ,;i :

Mr. Otto WM'd.'o1| 1 >'IllS'i url the soc'.hhnUol of proire-w1I1'e D -Tray, was here should be : : l : I

i i'r' + Dr Mooic s en" >'Ilp. turitr> of yesterday: ou business." denying feature'" "

Olive cod Fi ,.. ,"c '(f., and, I I-i onupi- Mrs I. N. Hi-.er.elr\ and children left< that reminds one I

ed It with (its fllll1l1 V. this morning for Admitn, where they : the evotutipn! 9tSJ: : : :

J p ;f', ;ii; A farewell!] c..ir. vlg ,.,yin 1JIIdlol\: expect to upend< see, r.il months. Florida razorback

t l i nigh! in houui ..1, the MIW: ....*M Garrett, Mrs, R. E. Cnitchfield will return tonight "1'h. more I M...* ( )

; y I i A who leave BOO for MINIMI, to spend Kevernl from a ,'I"lt'I'llb' her daughter. The moral \<\ro l.. \

i? j <. months. The O'"cn::.ton was a strictly Mrs Harry L Brown, at St. Augustiue

\\' J ;i .\, select invitation Hflutr and wus most en C. P. Metcalf returned Wednesday to { ]

: t ti joyable. West Fut: Beach lifter au abheuce of should All persons write wl i
or
; ;; ':' Capt. IIeudrlckson': .' Kmily B. came several weeks at his truck farm at Lan-. Mortgage

,J. In Thursday from delivering a cargo tana. Fla. r-

f '; along the Indian river. It Is reported Misses Elizabeth- and Sarah Weather '
v' that the will Boon make a trip to the School desk & i
; to leave West Palm
P t. wax ate planning blank books at
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f east coast of Cuba, Nii>e Bay, or some Beach next Monday for Chicago, where
', !, port la that section, being her ultimate -
will five months.
tbey spend
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IV". h destination. Milk
Allen Parrish.son of Alderman E.W.J
1,'. 1, \ ;' A. L. Lane and family moved to Parrlsh, returned last night from the on sale by the

1, Stuart yesterday, where they will hereafter South Florida Military College Bartow, Sweet Milk
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a, ( i reside. Mr. Lane baa purchased where he has been in attendance since Buttermilk '

r if f ly'' tbe Interests of H. W. Besaey in tbe St. the opening the term. Skim Milk "

,,\ Lucie Freight and Transportation Co., Clabber Milk
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Among the visitors in the city from
err' and will assume the management tbe Cottage Cheese !
Delray this week were Mr. H. J. Sterling -
flomemade Butter
business."Mr. .
1' ty ',.i'),,!of" I a prominent merchant, who spent Cream >: Lots 5 5

,:- g,,\ f ; ,I, .supervisor of the third division of tbe sessions of the Methodist District Con- NOTICE.
I//J Florida E"st Coast Railway, ban resigned I '
r"" erence.
'i his being taken by Mr. P. P. All parties
ht jilt{ lf t; pobitiou, Mr. E. P. Potcher and family leave
Rolle'nburg, a new cower in Florida rllllI City Fire Hall
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,'f"I I, Monday next for Jacksonville, where '
1 toad circles. Mr. Saxon will engage intrucking present their -
i ;Y Mr.! Porcher opens the office for the sea-
'.J ; i' uear Delray. son of the Indian River and Lake Worth on or before accord-
The best of everything In.the Cdible Association. Cocoa o'clock. L.
Growers'
,: + Pineapple
I'i; line to be found in this[ city is usually on News 5-114t A.

:sale at Faber Brothers' market and ,
M: M The annual meeting of the Florida I

!"ui+,r grocery. Dental Association will\ be held at Day
I Whittaker the baker at tbe ,
) Arthur I tons Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
'
lt N? ([r. r City Bakery, was badly scalded on his day of next week. The two local denVats Department.

i II '.:: .' feet this morning by the upsetting\ of a Dr. J. E. Liddy and Dr. R. II. : .

J ''/ :,' r.r kettle of boiling hot: cream designed Macy, will be in attendance. Desirable .
l-0l-(; ; i'' for cream puff filling. He WitS carried people
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Miss Lillian Norton will leave for her place tu atop at
:N\ I:' borne and a doctor summoned. The injuries Beach, wt\111 flail .'
i j Beach Saturday.Miss .
., home iu West Palm on
i : are very painful and will lay life on Olive Street ... '-
Norton will leave ma.y friends in ,
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\.>< man for several days. Fern Just nui'h
up
young
,.; Miami who wish her a pleasant vacation room, neatly rU
Fober Brothers the well known her In bed Rood ..
and hope to see ber again at post ;
grouts and meat dealers, will commence the Miami school next term. -Miami moderate prices, sold at puMIe auction
fg .at i n early date the erection of their! Record. tlons Only a II City Council Chamber in ,..
;, > flew store building, on Clew litis avenue mean be or so much thereof
J Miss Isabel and Master Carl Garrett a peclalty. I : city,for the year.1904.
north of tbe Stowers building, which I Is
1' came down from West Palm Beech on MRS. advertlAlnrr.
now Hearing completion. is learned
'i\\. Wednesday night and joined Mr. Gar-
lc. that the Fabers are contemplating using I Tax onI
i} rett here. Mrs. Garrett and Miss Grace ; I ]teal Total
artificial stone In the construction of I
j. Garrett! will arrive from West Palm Beach :mite
GRAFTED
their building --
on Saturday and the family will make Yeller: {l'
1 1 A full supply of piuea fpie wraps in its future home here. They will occupyone BUDDED I"'U; :? f. ( ;; ; :: :::: ::: 1e T :: 4 ::j

crates, also crate material just received. of the cottages on Fourteenth, street, Largest ( :: I. : : ::::: :: 1 I 194 14 ISO W fib 14 ::
Call and our prices before makyour
get you 17 fit
-Miami News, Friday. thug etc. All 11 so
purchase. East Coast Lumber andSupplyCompany. :>1:1: 11ft
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Among those in attendance/ipon the '! :ale> a ::11I

ri' 10-41 meeting of the district conference of the JOHN B. :I : :; ; I 8: :; eo r so iz
::, Tbe regulai meeting of the Board ot East Coast District, Methodist Episrapyil ( ) ) IIU: ; 844

1 'I.' Trade wa:called off Wednesday evening Church, South, are Judge and Mis. J. ;;: : : 1I.t.8 76: 405
r" on account of the closing exercises of: ae,7.r Ty' 10 till 10 a1
t Lee McCrory, of DeLand.who are guests ; 11:11I: II 44
I tbe Public School, which were held that of their former friends and neighbors, 3 3t 10 to lO8U
in the Tbe 11:1/1 tld
evening opera-house. annual Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Kendall. Judge >: 8 T/i/ 4 05II'!'
i.", election of'officers will be held at : :100> y:> au '
McCrory holds the responsible positionof 760 78<1
l"' tbe next regular meeting which will behe'll County Judge in Volusia county, one E -! = \ 8 is. I au
I ;, on.the evening of the second Wed liD 811II
of the most prosperous counties in Flor UI 60 i It !bU
+ + oesday iu June ida. E = !Jfit 11'110
I A 1:11I: 164
'Mrs. E. N. Dimick will give the mon I I 60 f80
i = Located 1It.: 8
p thly tea of tbe Ladies' Aid Society of Card to the Public. / II UII II 8U 11II
f t: : MOil' 11110
church Tuurs-
the Congregational next: .
Parlor and
Editor Tropical Sun: I should like to .. / II III llau
her home from I \ ,
; day June 1st, at 3:30: to I 180
make the peculiar
an explanation of con- '
I S 7..011
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s She invites full atten .
F a r 5:30 cordially a n
ditions existing in the hall on Wedues- Twel !I I OS
dance. The Ladies' Aid and their All train I \ ) a 01' II 80
day evening on the occasion of the !; '!! U 00 TlIII)
yyl t .
; I friends. Elizabeth L Weathtrnax, t 71 le5
r7 r graduating exercises. Some apology is : I ao t 80
Sect certainly due those parents and friendsof t S 00 I 00
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'I'hrR\ \ : is no need Of losing your ,
eF I appetite the graduates who came expecting to o : IT an) 17110

if yon will just step in to Faber hays a comfortable view of the even \ a 474 00 404 S 10

6 1 li t Brothers' market and grocery and take ing's entertainment. 1 I I'fIl-a_a\_ 800 5_JIll "
look at tbe thing on sale. tf D. '
i a tempting Twenty years ago we were not as civilIzed to the map of the
I ? ; County Tax Assessor George 0 Butler here, in some of our customs, as was !, '! Court m and for '"

: .I'' went to Miami Wednesday on official the world to the north of us. This wasa S:='i\C.\ )
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3i business. The assessment toll for the: frontier then. But now, in egos were .T .
t .:; iv.- City Tax Colleelor .
Rn current year has beeu practically wonted attempting to introduce and cultivate ; a :

up with tbe exception of lift properties here all that goes to represent good ;.;.. le; *'-

R in the city of Miami, and It is Mr. Bat- society. misers r-

1 ler's intention to have the work com Following a time-honored custom of Gruber Block. '
r v Uttle pill.
r, ; pleted in time for a report to the June graduation[ day a limited number of .

... meeting of tbe Board of County Commissioner signed |iic .ets were presented to the :

!. graduates of the High School and Gram FOWLER

The Woman's Home Mission Society mar School and to the teachers, school

of the East Coast District M. E. Church officials and press men. These tickets I iP1ix
{ ; i this entitled the holders to reserved seats. =
South held its sessions morning, at OAS ENGINE ..a
the Congregational Church through the There was no admission-no charge of ALL KINDS of LA J 0 \'"

.<, courtesies: of the pastor lAnd officials of any tort. Tbey were simply marks of I-I"f
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rt' .. that church. Among; other features interesting courtesy Yet in alt the twenty lean GAS -

f ; addresses were delivered by thatl have watched this place developIng FOR .., CJ
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",! :Mrs.: E. K. Griffiths, State Secretary I have never witnessed such an exhibition Near Ferry ;; "

i and Mrs. S. F. Kemp District Secretary. of uncivilized, uncultured self- WEST PALM: : r.u r.1j

r The session proved to be one of unusual
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s 1S I... interest was satisfactory.and profit, and the attendance ;"lglv j


( A deal has been consumated by which !!
the Florida East Coast Railway Co. becomes =:; c : .t:" .....

y the owner of the Hudson, the J t-C ..,-..

+y /, boat formerly used to tranSffort the I j jF
i 3 oz Ql
school children from tbe outlying ham .

I l. lets to and from West Palm Beach. The .. it

L5 )ip a i .'J purchase was made In conjunction with ,,' ..
g.
of tbe lumber ...
1 the buying of a portion :
a' of the wrecked 'vessel Massa e This pac'e is reserved -1. CD.r:
\ cargo
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J \ 'JJT: !:1: Gnecco. The Hudson will be used to '. :iQ w a

f transport the lumber from a point on 0

k' Lake Worth to the wharf at West Palm H. 0
I: Beach where it can be loaded on cars '
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; and conveyed to various points: to bee / & .

sifIf r.:: Jog.wsed (In connection with railroad build- i.r ag agPi !

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i Fresh toasted peanuts. Lake Worth
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t a :noduce CompaD7.I. ;

l I. a, Lowlle,'* ettooaUtM at HlUUf. : : : : = : JXI Sv I







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