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 Material Information
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: June 3, 1905
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00044
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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tainting to WestPalmBeach People Whom You MaYOr

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ti's reliminariesVJII l "he. -:ArrasQred' Lookiag to the Thursday} morning Iv Ogatellt'tneloveduhetlmllflaety !, Mr and Mm A. P. Anthony left on ,With Exception l of Two ViC-Presidents! WJiat

\ "' .... ; hU" i, ,;stablUnmefttintothe Thursday morning for Washlngto, On, "

' 'r Building of Road Across Submerged <:: ,Dew tune building; recently erected' wh re ibey will\ spend tbe summer withrelatives. '1 Board of Trade Did Wednesday, t
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' fcy J. C. Slower) on Clematis avenue. -c ,
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i? <, ..1.' 'I' landsVest of Citv.'" \ The first carload cj watermelon Iron 'Mr. Fred Cook left yesterday morning Night's Meeting. \'

1' ',f t'ayl, \'. i 1 : 0 ypoluxo, grown bv Mr J, Brown, werllroughE"up"Yesl \ for "iTIbhals! where he will upend a ,
:'rTevSnd; were handled vocation: Mr*. Cook went up'lIever,1
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," Ii .- J 0 b5 the Lake! Worth Produce"Company I week. ago and has been enjoying a visit

\\ The Tropical Sun, "was informed see I the matter and ,says that, he has 09 i rheLadiea': AlclSucicty f the Cong* with relatives The principal business, to OCCUDV the drainage committee by Capt-in Dlalick.lo ,

day'by Mr. I{. B. Saunders, the pro- doubt thai the road ",11b! built, at an JallolJal'cbur<: '*ill'lbfd\ its'next' meet, "'MNs Huetta Vaulx arrived Thursdayfrom attention of the Board of Trade at the assist l in the purchase of,tbe right of

.. "erprlsettitttaiiFetiaqof earlydatHe f ,el* that a*soon as bids lag at the residence of Mrs. Biium, on Orla'1d.'h re she ban. been attending adjourned meeting We1loes evening way, bad been withdrawn and would be

uioterofJtlLeieg!! ; for the couiitr'u&ion of.' \\tle road have the lake front next Thursday afternoon, school at Pell Clark Hall, and Va the annual elect! m of officers, nod substituted by a cash donation of :f\( O. t

I all the subscribers. to the, futid" to build been received there will be little troulilf ''lit 3 o'clock. ; will spend the vacation with'her'parents with the exception of It e two vice-presi Long/ and continued applau ) j

&'roadway across the submerged landswest in securing the necessary funds for its Thursday afternoon ,twq colored! men at the rectory. dent, all of the old\ 1 officers were re- The special committee oil\ Fourth of

of jthe city( bid ,ba called (fur next completion C. ,killed a lour,fools! rattlesnake on First Mr. and Mr. J Oscar theathum: afe* elected and will\ serve another twelvemonth July celebration was 'not pre eat but it

:Mouda/iveoing: at1 V&o: o'cloCll.: Tile A reDr ,!eftUlveof( The Tropical':: Sun 'axenue, between l'oinsetta. mid, Olive entertaining Mr C. A. Cheatham, of term developed that the railroad officials had

I mtetlnwitJ/ be,held lu the al\o"ertbe\, I was shown a plan of the proposed road street The .nal: ,had five rattled and. Jacksonville, and l\Irli. C': A. Chfathatn In the absence of President E T. agreed: to give( nothing better; than a one hi

free reading room, and not only the sub i way and! canal pad there ,I is not: the was a dangerous! looking specimen. of Huntln :toi, Florida, brother and Moore and Secretary H. P. Rrannlng, and te-tbird fare Tate on \th'e: occasion, '

scribers to lb. land but::hit:other* Interested JighW-tt; +doubt' fiat "the propoaition'is Tomorrow morning, at II o'clock Rev. mother of M".I. Oscar Cheatham They Pr H C. Hood was mad chairman: pro I and the matter bad been''|>ra tically "

to the enterprise are invited .to at. practicable.,; The road i Ia to run a'ong a P W. Wealbewax: will\ preacb at the arrived .hit morning an I will" '.,.,"d several tern, while Guy I. Metcalf was made I dropped hy the cotnmlitetri1{ 'Along this
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Melcalf
tend. sectional line amt will leave tbe east Methodist church, and at 730; p m. at days here ten pol ary secretary. ) CflSlon (o

The object of the meeting will be to Ibor' ,of tbe ,Jake ,at.,a pojut near the the Congregational church the two congregations Among the passengers lenving the cityon There were o reports of consequence again( "knock" the Florida nilit Coast '
arrange, all preliminaries i'Wrttbewok I ; sou\ill city riimu. "., [ uniting the day': worship the northbound train yesterday morning from-the atndin{ committees, the attendance Railway, which does! not do. ,bis ness to ,

and to advertise for bid for the con It is ,; snail. In the absence suit bin. tastes, but the galleries! did not
I very import tnt that there be a full:1 A farewell. party and,dance was given were .Mr, and Mrs. W Gordon- being ery
struction of ,the road ; attendance at tbe meeting( on Monday Thursday'''night at the Holland House,in Brown who were en route to Cleveland of the chairman of the special shake with applauxe, and up to the noon
Mr Saunders is night\ committee W. I. Mvtcnlf hour today trains ale still operating.
putbusiastic le-
te over honor of Miss Elliott, 'who In to leave Ohio, where they will permanently reside drainage ,
----- next week for the north. The party Mr. Brown \having decided to engage ported that: be had seen a cop> of the 'OFFICERS ELECTED. @
in business in Ohio. deed executed by Dr Mun\on conv y Under the brad of unfinlsh business
wan .a select affair and was moat. eihie. J uy a.
Indians May rDeathDealingExplosion Mr A. L Hatigh left last nigtit for ing the much-talked-of right of way the election/ of orhcers was taken up "
: through Ms property for the canal, lo The secretary was instructed
by mOolion
:' Take Neal's Scalp : the Board of County Commissioner' to cast the ballot for re-election ofT
secured tbe contract for the electrical I veral weeks be'ore going{ further
'Mr Metcalf suggested that it might be E. Moore
_. us president, and Secretary k
north. He 'o be absent from
--- of Hall, Miami's flue new expects
wiring Halcyon well for the board to trustee II B.
appoint ,
Thursday's Is,neof the Miami Metropolis I The Miami News of yesterday morniuu i hotel Mr. Parriab went to Miami tie the city several months and! will\ in a i Branntng was ic elected in the

(tells\ the following story concerning{ tells ol t. fatal! explosion which occurred first of the week to commence .opera few weeks be j }1 Hed by Mrs HMUg ,wbo In whom the title to tbepropertv should same manner High tribute was paid to
vest, in late the Board of County Commissioners each of these two
toting/ gentlemen for
tGe sensation recently caused by H. N: at Ujus a few miles north ol ti*>ns. will also spend the summer north
did not care to enter into the the able manner in which they have '
Neal of this city I Miami late rburidav afternoon, the Te At special< meeting of the City Coun- Mrs I. N Hiscock. who left the city performed
a drainage arrangement. On motion of the duties of their of- f
"On May 23 the Metropolis told ol the tails of which are a,<> follows: cil Wedoes,lay evening building' / permits last week with! her two sons, Bert and Mr Metcalf, the secretary Instructed flees respective'

f1, finding of an Indian corpse by II N Yesterday afternoon, about 5 o'\\ Neal, of Weft Palm Beach, In the Everglades at tbe convict at Ojua, poundsof for the of placing the
camp ego ; Creecb, reap ctivelv, for the election of t'urpo'e young holding interests in the submerged district elected first vice-president and "i
.,and of his having taken the body dynamite exploded, killing five coo. framed: structures in tbe western part of men In an Atlanta buii"iess college!\ / is ;
the p/ogr .. that had been made by Mr Ge .rge W. Idner.: was cbos-u a. second t
North for exhibltionpu The vista, he stockade in Mrs. Hiscock became
story completely ubliterHiiug ( the now Jacksonville. : .,
city the hoard also lhltb. deed could be vicepresident.The .
was t.ken from the Times-Union and it aud wrecking!: tl'e tl'esuperintendent's displeased with the Atlanta institution
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/ It is learned here that Capt. Rey'bold, turned over whenever the couioaniet Boaid of Ooverners fur the ensuing 4
dwelt' .length on the finding ofthe, residence.Tre \ mid placed her 1'0sin 1lass."sBusln'tsa
who bid in tbe wreck of the four'masted I chose proceed\ with the draitla e op year will he announced later by
't body! Its! condition, and what Mr. Neal five' convic:.a >ho met death in College Jacksonville.. The
I schooner, <\mnuilJe.last fall,will sown ermions. President Moore,
proposed to do with it. this awful all and will\ remain in the Florida ,,
", manner were negroes, family metropolis
let the contract for flouting the hull. The I Dr Hood informed the meeting that This ended tbe business for the even-
Tommie Tiger a sort of leaderamong their several] months.
"Today name
: Louis
; wereHenry Jones,
undertaking will be vtry difficuli for the the donation of tell acres of land to tbe log and the board aoj turned
the Indians, accompanied by six Knight. Will Bade Junes Martin and I s
reason that the vessel, N ashore and deep.
or eight other Seminoles, is in the city Sam Knight
in the ..alld.A *;
f Iy imbedded East Side Hospitality. 'i
t for the purpose of consulting with law. The bodies were all mote or less mangled Early Morning'i'
Sirkin
yers relative to having the body brought aouie of them badly so. popular young Pompano couple Concerning the ve'y enjoyable a'ter Company ;
back to lib home and the punishment of came down this morning from that placeand no"u tea given the l.ndiea Aid Society I :
,1':' Neal-for takl-iff( and removing It. The HOW THE ACCIDENT OCCURREDNo obtained a license of D.arriatie.TJey / "f the Congregational church by Mes- I l!' Prosperous Marriage d dJ
one knows jut what caused the obtained services of .
; the Judge
,. Indians wrre very much exercised over dime E. N Dimick and T. T. Rf'ese..t \
the affair, and before seeking legal advice explo IQu. A* U well known tb4i I Hill, who pronounced them man and that pretty .east aide bi-mc Thursday I Ami rag the prosperous! business! inn! A pretty home wedding was solen. ,}
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called upon several old settlers, county convict camp is loomed at Ojus, wife with due ceremony. The newts !fternoon, one who enj-ytd the hospitality unions ol West Palm Beach 'is the b'rk'n', uit-d i hursday morning, at 7.15: at the

with whom they are very friendly, fort or rather between Ojus and Fulford, at married pair will telurri"on the night ol the\ occasion furnishes the folontux Company, the well known clothing.men's rtsi'lencXnf: Mr. and Mrs.J R Anthony :;:

,, instructions In each case they were what is knowu as the "rock-pit," and train and make their home at Pompauo.They ; I f furnishings.aud: shoe hou...,..Inch I on the lake front, when their daughter f''

t given encouragement in their efforts to the convicts are employed in blasting were Miss Bertha Rodgers and "Wb.it a time Three o'clock at ferry is located in the old Jefferson Biock Miss Leila D became the bride of Mi. '

"i J have tbe corpse brought hack and ,the rock aid loading it on cars that are ruu W S Ashley, ard they Lave a I Urge duck 1 ; annelic host; one Mack sheep And it maybe truthfully said that be George Glenn Strohm The sacred Ceremony .

t man who took it away punished. out on' spur of railroad track leading< circle of friends v bo congratulate them riuee-thiriy at Captain Dini.ck'n dock, three principles lived. out by this encr was rend by Rev. Henry Uice,

Totnniie Tiger who speaks Eugllstt [Into the! pit. on their, b'ppinrss ,- Miami Record Whata sight to aye the white-wh'ged getic firm arc responsible! (lor the success pastor of the Mfthodi.tt" cl urch.

sufficiently,tobe understood was strong I The convicts work iu teams of three Thursday.The '. hoot promenade up to the palatial refi- that has rewarded us! efforts, namely: The weddiug was private, only the '

ia hi* denunciation of the 'bad white or four sad when they go out to work contract lor remodelling the Cnn- deuce of our bust; then the wtlcotce: by Energy, fairness, and last, but not1f'aot. immediate families of the contracting

: man! ,' and was bent on seeing County each team carries a supply of dynamite, gregatiojial church mention of whiCh' Mrs Dimick and Mrs. Keexe. :Later; the liberal and discreet application of parties' and Misses Nell Clow and Eve-

Judge Heyserto have him arrested. fuses, caps, etc If any Is left over at wa< made in The Tropical t-uii several could you huve heard the angelic strains printer's ink. lyn Clark, guests Of the Anthony family ;

\1.\I. "Tommie aid that the dead r dl.nI the close of the day they brine it back week ago, has been let to ContractorJ. of uiusi ; then the recital by-I don't A meeting of the directors was held being present.

who had been carried away w.. named to tbe atore-room, which is located I S. Barman, who will commence work know-, but was told when a lute girlto I tti the office oj the company Thursday, After a dainty wedding breakfast the

Dr. Wilson, and had been a medicine .'within the stockade. upon the building) at once. The work it say Siniiu HUCII I did not know. I when a dividend of 8 percent was declaied. happy couple were driven to the station, 'r

I man. Further than ,this be would give Yesterday afternoon one ol the team to be completed within ninety days Then the brain was taxed Laming while the organization was perpetuated where they boarded the 7:48 train for "

DO information The other Indians were of five men finished loading their 'car a Among other (Improvements the main magazines born blo" At. ,five, such ,by the rdaliiii.g of Max Sirkin an extended bridal tour, which will embrace i''

I very grunt and silent though their eyes little earlier than the others and returned buildings to be/..ised two feet and ret caltts end IceJ. The hostess! must. hate -Max, the indefatigable, the Inimitablea New York and many other Northern -

r a t': 1 If sparkled' 1 with fire when Tommie was I to tbe store room\>> : Henry Jones and upon a brick wall, a fort)-foot tower anticipated herRuesI as being anvelic, d tbe very muCh wide awake-as business points of interest. They expect to '1

,['. I tt talking about Ihe crime that had been I I I Will Badey sat down upon a boa of built at the southeast corner In which for the refreshments were in keeping. manager, with Mr. Henry Sirkin, remain North for several weeks. At tbe

Committed against one of their dead. I(I dynamite and were plajlng with the I there will l he a vestibule, and. an auuex Then the '\V'. have had such a lovely none the l-s, indefatigable:: but much 8t..llou many blends of the bride and v

The result of their legal investigationscould dynamite caps' which were left over II will alsj be added.Examination. ime.' handsomer as assi.iiaat. groom had assembled to offer congratulations '
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,V Dot be ascertained this afternoon i, from tbe da} work. The camp's cook At five-thirtv the ferry host reoelv dhe The company i* not onlyprosperous. threw rice and In other ways

J" "The majority the people believe the ''was present but went out to get some of Teachers. happy throng and landed them but its reputation as an un-lo-d te "hob.erdaahery"is show their high esteem of tbe Copular }
I| wood. A moment later tile explosion Toe exannnat on of teachers its dock So ended of cad
Indians are right ; that a person .has 00't' irguiar safely at own one becoming more widesp' young couple
more right to take and remove one of occurred will be held at, the Miami High School the happy event of the ICSHOII. and I* now recognized by the Intelligent The charming bride ia the daughter .a

their dead than they would the body of i FIVE WERE KILLED. Building on Tuesday, June 6, beginning -- -- ---- '' public a* one of the moat fashionable I Major and Mrs. 1 f. R. Anthony and i I.

t'I a white person, and some have eveu volunteered .I r The explosion: killed' the five men who ,I promptly at S o'clock a m. Those Ufc- Christian Science Services.First I I, and best stocked estabhahnients south of quite prominent in this city lu social and

it js understood to assist. them were ia the- room destroyed the build i; fog the examination will be'rrquired to Church Christ Scientist West Jacksonville.Long \ church: circles, while the groom i I. one ;(
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,1 in getting back the body 'of Dr. Wilson lag and knocked the, walls of the stockade in-dorsement live the Sirkin Company, and of the moat prominent and successful: ?
Palm Bench" Fla., stair in Masonic
and punishing the one who took it away. flat upon" the mouad, I; up may Alderman Max' shadow\ never young business men iu the city and "'
of blown ''. responsible person, and to pay a fee Temple, weal of Bank, on Clematis ave smaller. numbers his friends the
If the Indiana persist in pushing the The body Henry Jones: was grow by score.
lIt nue. Sunday service at : m Sunday .
of dollar. R. B. IlAtt 3op ;
t, matter it is possible that one of the most up among the? bough of a tall pine i ree one \ -----
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last. Dade Co. school at a:30p; m ; testimonial meeting -
i..' interesting[ cases ever coming before the and fell a hundred yards from where the [' Supt. Pub Milk Cream Butteron Wanted Immediately. '
May M 1909. :at at 7:30: p m. on first, third and fifth '
courts and tbe.. public wiU result" explosion took place. The/body of Wl'l I I IBadey I Wednesday in month Tbe pastor of safe by the Lake Worth Produce Co. Forty white women and /girls to work
ws torn to piece and scattered: I Sweet bile to cents per quart Planters'
I : Pigeon Wanted.: Will :sac a pair this church lathe "Bible" and "Science at Canning Factory, Delray,
pay
;, Notice U. D. C. about lor some distance. Tbe other witll Buttermilk 10 cents per quart FU.
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delivered to Lake Worth Produce I and Health Key to the Scripture, per day steady works
'r, Notice Is hereby given that the reguU'June bodies were, not so badly mutilated.iVTPT. i I i l 1. Cow by Rev, Mary Baker O. Eddy The Skim Milk 3 cent per quart until October Apply m person at Ihe} ", ,.

business! meeting of the Fannie GOoDS STUNNED. 't! pletely wrecked. Fortunately Mr.. Tb. subject of lemon-sermon on eat Clabber Milk 5 cents, per quart factory. Pl.etera"PackiorandPre.erv. ,

i. Haralsoa Gordon Cbapter, U. D. C,,,will I Mr M. W. Cobde U superintendent Goode and the children bad gone up'toOju.thre..fourthsof Sunday <* "Cod the Preserver of Man," Cottage Cheese to cents per tin log Company. S-JO-VV:: pI

): he held Monday afternoon, June 5. at 3 of the convict camp and hi. residence is a mile distant, to tn.t-'PR". ''''. me, OOod, fur fa thee Homemade Butter 33 cents.fe poundCream All person wubins real estate loioi....r

I ,..., o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. H. H.Diorick near the tocksd He"' .
.,' All members are urged to bepreMat front and WM.porch severely at the l stunned time of the \explosion it U more than probable that they would All are cordially\ )invited to attend Fresh roasted peanuts. Lake Worth 1\Ivrt"a, : ,Com .ny. West Palm tFI. !..idly: ,- ;,

I Mas. F, B. EVMKTT, Pre The rear half: : of his house was'com- have_ been injured or killed. these service.. Produce Company. u DJ>S-I.? f

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Sl ji, ; r.. > .b1take; 'Every Vfadatadsv, and Saturday ...1_ _.. .,_ .., ". '... ., -..- '

.'! .. I.,' !' ... ..." WIDT"''M/M'' / .."""aM.' Aa.'OOUMTT.nSOBSCRIPTIIlN .,...._10.I 'rMt'ty.'ftve mutomnhiive! were .IPsfrnvrrtl ICeeO', Fla! ,, Mav ::24, 1903.-To Sht'p j I GO.DllES8Elti" 3 ,""
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'This;: office will be removed to f aclrattvllle I
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PRICE, W.OO PER!: lr
)' ?,,. :]*,,' ;, _--A.. ...... The' .ri.''fiend is not such a bad k4kiw., \ a. I Is visual lOath seastHi', and Vh. II''I I ,''I{

r I !'>( ,? .' Sun Publishing Comp'y' ft1+lter'dll' _...._... ( .'!',,:'., iStaange this year,will be made\ ,tjeal.'<80t- I TO MU'
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4 f arrdsyMay 27 We have just I bad taiTa' :i
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B. KKNDALl Yanag.r, '
l .JLt'len'ftt OnPi nxnl) JpifH) inydrP9tildet '
1'1, '-- _.J ( tar >*, netting ,a.43 per r.'ea the Have Your ,Feet "

:I: ,Ii I Kntcrxt .l lb. _,III... of W..| pa.... Reach 'f >-Moor of th.. Florida. Lerldhr-/ : rtnarketa ale generally In fine condition. Ever :Been Tickled P ,
: I .>.econd-cla.s matter. ",
and loes.
v k\ wanting< our t'
\\. ''t'ur'fI IA""l1'e of the iSetnt'mum''
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: ,I, ,'I .I can quote our'fine red. at farm$:1'00
I r I They WILL be I If, cu.wiU, put them I I
i' '. .MAY ASK ron BIDS. 'educrtrtonnl bill. \:' I for good 48 to f4 oa for fin*.wet'\.:packed
{ I -..--... ..,.. -, ,.. tn one of''OUR shoes '"'.; .
'f !24$, Would be glad to haw tea carloads I!
9c lid{ that ttid. theIBucbtnau I
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: 21+t : hatPheea etpnctrdTego: today just to ''fiU'apeclsi -orders; .

: I, 1 I'* 1' .educHtiunnl! till, recent!.: has "racked UjPllh'pn..ky"m.. and such lots if -runniag of <<-U'''fruit, Which we have just I "

t'1"u '\ ;! I \ ., fir i paused .by'the Florida' I.PgUattI1 ..: ;WJcy. Bat the Cznrskr. _yH hirt'the.. well packed would net some very: .hand received from'the'' .,- I I

'fi: :. \. t 'the'9wo'iuetitntiooetobewtppitnted. : 'war'mast be con'tlouiil trt< 1'he' 'bitter but some bear prices.ia mind We 'are that.it_is i
I i + will 4x 1L1DOUGLAS
W.
'b.1'bo. tategOVl'rnIN4'lIt > removedfrom }
I, ff poUt the North, aud be sure to tet-voaripiiea. ( Tke-eouta will eW) on thin" date and the winners will ho ajmoaneed. Just .aa won ,..M ? [
J'.I"'; + s' a their! preueuo locatk>n tI, --- be full, pale green: and 'ijmt; .ready to the Jmt o l caD decide whose Ton HoaMita Wby are the bent, I
I.
,.\'; 1 ',. aDd many State pipers are taattd'r f fj :I 'With the teclamxtkin u'"f 1'he"snlb. color.If v SHOE CO. If you are. iv littlo girl 1* )roars or un.11J1lnd have not entered In this content,coma '

'.' ; I ,' 'merjred land wefctof th* 'cMiy,'", nd the fruit i. picked black ,greeD at to the stole at once Thd i prima" are wall worth working for and coat. nothing, tint a
'i j t, that bidahereueiaed t.I" t. ..
tb.pu4getiun'
." this early..a80n. It will rrlve'itoo'' greenfor made Especially': Us,Jo the latest little .1'01'1.atchett.

:'f, i.' '. 'from cities deairinjf thfl (nstito'tiious!t. the w>'ni triii'tion of n"titt3't9tnnsandI prompt Bale and th.s win have "o'beheld colon and styles

M. ': SBueb methods have (wen .aidntprrdi l l"jrn I or onphuiedredthnasamitldllat''bntrlin : to co'or' so that SHttlbing( will be From $3': to $b -DaCamara Hardware Co. 1

i + r r WvsttPelw'ltettdh' l \ 'is. not gained. The reputation .f our pines is
,
i ) .!t 'by-other States: and it.wtwl l Mdtlu I f..:+ P )flJK'Ct.. toned thelr'floeCokir Wboleaale 'Retailers of Hardware

J' dd l a; i;; -)e80prove. proHtaMe to Florida. iicoDoectiou wholly withont'' om tHpK to look on .e.vorwklch, wbenrlpesndthelreaquidte ;pines packed ''Or in one of ourIS'U.EEN West' Palm Beach. Florida .
I
il\\ } forward to In the nature df'UerFlop- dead win aUmn. "
never
,, with the hill toe tllImes- grren \
) \'! ) ment. Stand by the old Association. This Is
w; if f i', Union prints tbe following w fDtiill'editorial ) \'CJA.LITY ,
d
our teDlh-.eallOtl. aa we ''have>records 'I
,', t. : U, uuder the new ana'u the to sow the>value of the work wet-have I ..

j I, IN f r. i":' I;P "Three prominent heipat ...- which fits tae Perfect foot Rest as a Paris-made I<>OX). .o.<>o-o f

j.: V ." -$teutiugthreeofthedtateiretituhiuoe from Lake UtYf.wbatetbe. \ mutter' sou*, and are in bettor condition than glove' fits the band,, ..
1 ,', i,' .) r ever before to tnake yom the'beat posul- Hun It HARIIT'S Wmt}' Palm Beach. May S<10O5
;, ;p of 'leuruiti, that roust twMiffuctvd b,y with West 1'ulnk Iktnctt nuking a bid Boot |3 and $3 50'Oxfordtia'
a-1/I / t therecently-pa.sed'Buc4on.tu! +hfltar ble net 'result. Every Dew association and ... ''I i
I, for it? This end l ol tAte .titate) la car trying to market fruit from IhiVsection 50 $3 1
r' .1 -couceutratiou of State eduratii :;
Potatoes.
t I is simply putting yowjfruit in competition { --- Canned Sweet
r i nal I Institutious were'io.Laukswn- tuinly entitle! to co_.io for share
> ,
and causing a-fight for markrte.'We I THEStiRKtN I.
r, ti... ) : TlMM' IPrttllf' of State lowtltutioim,4.with one
i. tl' 'vltle'yeeterday. < w-re : make a specialty of the pines of this *eo/ .

'VUd f' denC'iA. A. Hurphre !, <.* the .iFlorida college at Tallahasiee and oDe at lion handle oone front allY other poi tion } CO., What Next ? )

( + ,,1 :' f, State College at Tttlfatarawtt;;
;I'" ; deotADdrewikttdoftPlUnivereity! point of view thinks w-ould bepretty Association chipping stencil or stamp ,''Jefferson Block .

: at.LakeClt.vaod'CMpt..lG Zynci .', has come-to be a trade mark for. oar West Palm' Florida !
beach, What are they like ? Why, juat plain everyday Jersey sweet J
a i evenly divided.! fruit. iThis is certainly of varte.
We
,i \ r ol the East Florida Semintiry ut
potatoes ; whole peeled, cooked, ready to serve; merely place
ht"'Y' f : the can ID hot water. Th cane are the three-pound sir* and.
Hlo.aluad.ad bilious '' ,
mood. should' be sell
I.
,. 'Ir' t 'glad to 0.b.. shipping
: { l' "For the reason tl+atbbe !tbuckmanbill You wish au aid to digest food, point or Jacksonville'but would point contain just/about what would result from a. quarter peck of
bill will probably broouie a law all No otber pill .la ball X good
,
Geo. S.tHacker&Son sweets had and boiled them
out that the really right w.y.to sell is for / : afteryou peeled yourself. "-
As DeWilt's Little Early.Rl
.,,1'1+ ) 11 : people Interested-ia fiteedacatlouaioatltutiooa. ers.
t The famoua LillIe Pills,.Burly Risers, the grower to sell his whole output for
:
if a! 11'I' l14'f'l'.leot| 'Upon .-Stale cure constipation headache, biliousness the 1Ie.lIOnor all grades and l sizes. It ,Is The Price is 15 Cents a Can

t\:,;/ aid are interested iiJcewiee for thgreater etc. They never gripe. or sicken a mistake in jadgment, to sell off a
\ ,, iu the ta'te'of', certain but impart earl vetoing energy. Good few of- Cnest -_ I
1i ; part (For either children or aulM Bob Moore cars your fruit at the best

j\ ; ;iinatitatioja. There.see .a
..\ '} '.: ven colleges/ and uaiv ra \ '' work. All oilier pills 1 have used gripe I of fine reds than would be
.k 1 .lnf;'Ktatfi aid, sad this nmbertis' to .and make we sick JB.-Witt's Little paid by a buyer

rJ} :II)p bfoI reduced to two-oo .east and one J J"t Earls Risers brought tbe long-kought We f. o.want b buyers who will make a one tylt' will pay you to purcttase"our Coupon.Books

.;;, t f{ weetoftheSuwanneetiver.IByafore. :relief. They are swrtoct.." Sold< by A G. I tract sad take a whole.. crop or so many + n
RIr lI'el.I 1 .
'(/ "J r I it -: cars each week, right' through the seaI .1
gone eorelu"ion Appears ettlei I In"r"n"n'n""mn''m"
.l I eon. tram making especial efforts/ along
i that the institution fur males will be June Weatbar. this line this searan.

!:, the university atLakeCi'ty' of which I The fol'owiogd' tacoverluga period Please advise me-addressing. me at

m w;. I i L "; ..Dr..Andrew Sledd id President, auc;I of Seventeen years ia Ills "section havebt'eD need Jacksonville of Association after May shipping a*-it you stencils are, In i, '''' ninnmnnnnnormnrnnrr'? ? ''''''' ''' ,,1i I

';b i that the seminary is to tue the college complied front the weather records stamp or books

( t'k 1 at Tallahassee, of which .Prof. Mur.pbree at Jupiter, and are iasjutcJ to sbow the B. P PORCHEB, General Agent.A el
rf i Te l1ie I IClematfs
I I '. is President. While it ittappu- ouditions that have .prevailed during Frightened Horse, MANUFACTURERS-OF plarmaey

t '.11 !' ,.renf.ly conceded that this will be thIJ be month of June for the above period Running like mad down the vtfe'et Doors, Sash,
eof E
\
\ !; ,decisi in of the Board of Control, years: dumping: the occupants. or a hundredotheraccidents Blinds, MouldingsAND SMkr Ave. and Narcissus
J<,,; Jf Mean temperature, 79.3>>; wintriest are every day occur.
: ith mouth in 1897, with averaRt of 81; rences. It behooves everybody have -- -- : A foaming glass of aoda would :::: 1tuste
.the
J" d >. a reliable salve handy and there's tote Building Material ;; 3'qo a ""
y. < coldest June (in 1894, with teni '. food now, wouldn't it? Wells ?
average aa good as Buck lIOn Arnica Salve.,
: t hl .'cidiofc the matter there Cuts CHARLESTON S. C. come And gel it. It is here waiting =3
,
;
.appears icrHture of 77.4. The highest temperature burns sores, erzema si-d piles disappear (for you all the time. Is there
=5
also, an opinion' that the deviation was"95 on the 37ib 1890; lowest quickly onfcer its soothing effect./ 25 eta Lam" Largest Factory South rte. / kind you dote on ? It is bete. And any 12

will not be madeal on t',but that anA temperature 64 on rat, 1689. at all druggists.She Send for Prices. there are quite number of new ==|

,opportunity may be offered the cities The average precipitation for the f. a \ '+ 6avorssDdcombinationsthatsre fit rS
; + month 6 60 inches. Broke the spell l (for angels. Yon know, of course I!?
of-Florida was Tbe '
tr. t to secure und]
: :\ Lion the location of the colleges. umber of days with .01 -of an inch or "No, I'm not superstitious said "' generous gUstes. Plenty of flavor2B_

'ht\ "President iJurphree( the Itat more were 13. Tbe greatest monthlyreciritatiou a citizen in conversation, '"but my:. L. A. WILSON1 I i ing and nod a. Not any mote froth =?
: > was 17.41 inches in igur. wife is. She went out yesterday and than we can help. Come today. :::::| rfr
College at Tallahassee, ia one who : Come day. '
aid tie least monthly precipitation was forgot her parasol, so she came back MNVJ"TVJU.R Otf every :3J
-
; lncliol'8 to this belief I r
I Ii .n inches iu 1898. While the. greatest and laid down her pocketbook to get \ Headquarters for r5PDLASKI
""r :'; 'If f the city of Jacksonville, for.int I mount of precipitation in any twenty- her' parasol, then went out and for Boots and Shoes -. b CREAM :::::

f" : l t 'stance;' said President Murjihiee\ four consecutive hours was '')j6 inches got her pocketbook, so back she I1i1111111J11llllllJllJlllll/111ll111J11/ JlllilllUllALLJilAilllAJIIJllllll'Y

%. j f 'ehouhj offer a site and a bonus of on the 11th and mh. came the second time and sat down. Repairing'In All Kinds of Lu'h. ___Hn.n____ _

1 .$1,000 fur the, university, I du see The average number of clear clays 'Aren't you going out?' asked. Goode; Neatly Ion

I' ", '"' 1 how the board, could ignore that; or, were 9; partly cloudy, 13; and cloudy' 8. ''Yes, but if I went out the second ORDk01tnROtorOM '

,ii If( inducements should be offered j for The prevailing winds were from the time without sitting down to Man Tawed ,Buckskin l I ORCrpRO'ROttOKi.Oal01a0 10tai10i10a10aeataoia0 p

l ; the institution to come to St..AujUIt- southeast and the average hourly velocity ; break' the spell I would have bad 0'I I C 0

a, r tine, the offer could not. be passedt wee_ 85 miles, with" the greatest' luck. and Horsehide Shoes G. G. Strohm Company ,
"She ; .
;t : : over without consideration. velocity at 48 miles (from the southeast I: got nn and went out, and Isaw !
,
on 'the I3 : *
: 1902 ,
a '"Thrive imcituiiou are in the end \ -- __ .. 'brand new silk hat that cost me $8 i
--
"
}: I,;f ,, ta .largely dependent upon the liberality Found a Cure for Dyspepsia- .and had ruined it. That was not Olive 6t, North of New Jefferson Blo o.FFl.MILY'GR0(2ERIES( tao o

,i' of the people, .and it behoove the Mrs S Lindsay of Fort William;, On very good luck for me." ifI
,
4; t guardians of learning to cast about tario, Canada, who has suffered quite a
o
;. +r' &, ;i them and, see \\here the greatest;! benefit number of years from dyjpepua and Football Teat of Character. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent Fancy Food Products x
pains in tbe stomach, was advised. by President Koosevelt once attended o i
'l may be bud. I think the cities her druggist to -
take feet
Chamberlain's
interested] :Stomach and Liver n football match between Yale Perriiie Grant: Land Company. g
.i' ? uuoulj' .lie given the opportunity ; Tablets. She did .o etc 0 .
and sava.: "I find that they have done and Harvard university teams and' Grain and Provisions.
y I'' of lidding/ for them, and I HiA, KSTATE. ,
o
me a deal of sat of
: great: good.: I have never by one the .Yale professors
t i.. r t think it probable tbnt this will be had any euff rinK siiive I began using< lie noticed one of the players who CUTLER FLORIDA *o r V.
+ i done.' thetn." If troubled with dyspepsia or JEFFERSON c.o
again and again failed to BLOCK
Inc'itfei-tlou, why uot take these tablets support ------ -
"Prof. I/yncli sail that the people get well and stay well.\ For sale by all\ his side at a critical juncture. Turn- .'t.... Jl701lDt fop..... 1a K ,ot o
I q of Gainesville were going to make HU drUKlils'S: aD,1 medicine dealers. inn f n .the nrofc->1l1or. V\a fini/1 "\Vliol- '''':. .I' bl".t'ura. for "A11 1' o West Palm" Beach 0( "
.ii'
p. I> effort to retiiin the Jaunt Florida The laxative effect of ChamberlalnV, is your opinion t of that ;man?" The I a&i"'I't!ltlfjo, '."'-I leer)'our'tnboe around and aiterf.''', o Florida. K o

,' I oemina ry.tf Stomach and Liver Tnb'elst' \ so agree professor replied: "I advised the I' .awft.a4v you can't' airo.di .,, I:j. .xaiat.cktoroi+eu.osaoitoisot.uae 1.o.c a -1-1901 Cl
hull.
\1'' : 'It in the oldest inmipilion io the able and i so nnlu-al that you do not realize captain not to play that man. He :I" 'pa..uCallylblo but .=k! stet.olsos.ol.olaowotss+trnt.olaoaia

L 'y Hhtte ,iiiil.l I'rof. it Is the effect of. nirdiclne. For is slack at his" studies. Being slack .
sale
Lynrb'uud
J when by all drug stores, aod medicine -- '" -- --
,' J.., ,\ a 1I l irt told, the Stiite has done comparutively dealer. at work" he will be slack at play" FERRY -' .

.' {,( j';'f'' ,I little for it-only f84OOO For Sale. I character"Yes, replied that counts the president both in, "it work is I Iand SEEDSIhll.nd. Finest PriltilG? THE TROPICA1SUN

: i 1 in ttfty-foar years There is now 'a I play."-C. B. : ..1 afte*487....'
'' Twenty of Fry: in London .
awarma bees .. Job
", proposition to bond the city of zoo Ibs comb 'K jl I. Thffjr.aI..YI l pnuluo Department
foundation, eW8. th* lliru ( aiKl aurvatcropfl.
j"J f Oainesvillrt to retain and maintain honey extractor lot of All dealer wit A i
I ,I}. '" ,.. frames for hives R: p. TAYLOR, thorn. Our uses ; ,
,' \ ) this An Meed A.OHH|
i : ( college. Exemplary Congregation. I
,
Way so, 1905. Neptune, Fla.. Cm an r.|uui. CITY MEAT
( MARKET
h ( ; "I'roi. Andrew isletlil/, when asked Taking them one with another," 'D. M.FIMRVAO6.

for an opinion us to tli.. probable effect Horse for Sale./ said a well known Chicago clergy OUTROIT, HIQH. l'ol'fdJtf! oJrt U'esferu\ Meati c. I'oultry, Game anti Ii;ggs. "

; of the U'lT'elHtiou outheL'uiverr man at a recent dinner, "I believemy
The \best: horse In Dade While buiiues t is Mail Order.. Rsceivs Careful
County. slick little Attention.
n\ty! \ of Florid, said! that he would ,Ap congregation to be the most exemplary try i s advertising
t'' ply Itatcbett DaCautera Hardware Co observers of the religious and see if it will be different Jefferson Block
rather express[> no opinion at thi JI.t( ordinances." WEST PALM BEACH
1

,, { time" _--__ _._.-.- h ---- "Why so ?" asked his neighbor, a -----.------ ----- .

t. 'The Oiiuta ifannersays"lihiuperit Sprained., Ankle.Shoulder Stiff Neck, Lame I lawyer with the cross questioning himilrt'f wl.htoinfornrever.iuisno" mile.0'. ,Wi'.t Viilui lIuII..ths&within. "I.I .r I FOR
,habit strong upon him. i it in These. are three jewvlry, -to Hi your are. with. 1lt'Otalee{ or
softly; speak not Outh tnlk cjmmoti ailments for ,
; which Chamberlain's "Because the poor in this ovraliuff",, null" .t,<> unit yvxr nnythii, a Ton
Palu congregation \
w*$ It not lu thH streets of Askulon' ; nay ally valuable. If promptly Bxlmjs applied enpeci.It of mine keep all the fasts and vlHilnr nrnvvnnt! ," 'brat In a my rvnnnnpnt line. 'J nm renlilvnt.nut a "a",Iuterf pole One Good Mule. .,

will savf. you time the rich all the feasts." ,Irony nwn<>r In J alp i'.._ mitt ,iierfoccly rt.IHinxililr One Dump Cart
i p : it with a muffler on, that the Stnnd- when troubled money and suffering. f hut any biii.in .. yon mnv have ,
i with any one of these In crnixnci with n.". Watches. and Jewelry '" One Set Harness. ,
4; art! Oil Company, on its own motion, ailments For sale by all druggists and In ni'C'l. of rfpnlrlnir. may h.....n1 liy: 1 ipgiitnr'il Two
medicine dealers The Salve That Penetrate'*. mall Ifl' ex''''..... I will .'...11111101 unit reIMIVI cars ?Miami( roclr.ALLACB. ,
on May 27, reduced' the price of oil 2 i ___ DtWIu'a Witch hazel Salve snit liy rvtnrn n'Rt-1f, tile p'I, ..I. n"t.IItl..r..wt'v. \\
the penetrate* ...., can neuter&h. a.",,'I r*. R. MOSES
cents OD the highest grades and A Costly Mistake. pores of the skin and by its sntl- lurnuil. wltliont; i.hm-jrc. therohat\ Iwentr .y Agent(yVqodlawn .
on Cemetery
septic rutMDCI CTiwrlenrr I with
Blunders' at and healing Influence roam Mmmnf the beet
''i are sometimes very expens It subdue: KOIIM* inew Viirk. ant: Italthnov-.ix
the ''owE'r'grtltlfO/J 1 it Infltmniatlon and
ceue. It had ive. cufenboiN
; MO Occasionally itself la the ftri-t head l Waurlimnkri'' and Optician f
price
''I of a mUtakr but burna. cut, eczema tetter; ring, worm tireenlent I A C'rnol"? Jarkwinvllle.' ? Kodol Dyspepsia
desired it you King's New Life Pills for Knee that I nnrlointiiml bualneu Digests 'what '
blll1tt..Ilr.rUnlr. mr and
1 4 price that ,much or more." yspepsit[ Pjzineni: headache liver or The Itching and protruding a I nuornnt,latlnfaellnn In aver cl nE. -. you eat.
piles. original and
P '-"-- bowel trouble, *'Tb 'y are gentle yet Hazel Salve Is msrte bv E.genuine C. DeWitt Witch : ., .ft .WALKER,. EXPERT W TCI1"AKER"AND OPTICIAN O-aWIIt's -:
t & Wlta" I
1-owael' chocolate at HHllst borough :35 cents at all druggists. Co.[: and sold by A.G. RI i.l. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach .....t Salve .
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THE TkOPICAL 8UN; WEST PALM BfiACII: ?:JFLOftlDA: ; SATURDAY. JUNK 8, 1905 PACK: THIIEB

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1 Tbose wbo Fight will Will persist B. Bitter inttielok their, "Rememhcr,, lip fill" Get ftp Money M If Not Pleased:'' + ., ,{

ears agttiftiyt tbe'co: th.\ .
II'I\recomsuelld. ,
tioim of IJr..KiitR's; '',N./.,,, Discovery for ., \ : 10.
s, Consumption will bare a long and bit F n + I
ter fight with their roubles, ]if not ended LADIES'Seasonable
'. earlier,by tat.l;- fettnitiatloa. .Rea T. R. Beall of BeaU Mies., ban to say: -
:t., Last fall, ray wife bed every ymptom ijX Ekhardtomau ''I i "
of conitumptiun. She took Dr. King's J '
,' New Discovery after everything else had ; a .'. .. 'V
failed. Improvement came at once and
I''. lour bottlei entirely cured been Qtu>r. Neckwear : tr
,' B"teecl! by all druggists price cents Tt :Rnrkhnr.ft: : ""..Ih'nt: R. A. BnrUierclt..BwretattJi. / .
} and f l.oo. Trlat ottlea tree. B. ItiirkhaMt. \11"1; q 1.'NIII..t! .J, llurklianlc. JiTreamirer. : .. ;, .
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,: '

Clavet,Equlvalenrr. 'tI}

Sir William,,Gull, the famous English -I U/tyolesale Latest Styles Collars. '
physician. was ;tha via ] .l\etailers i '
once "1 I. .
tim of on amusing biecb'ot repartee '

1 on the )part of a' 'fellow; practitioner. : Lace and Ruffled Effects, 35 cents: '
:
i The oocani&n was dinner1 party;.at" 1t
? 'of. j i
which
several! distinguished. mediCttt : .i

men were present. .- rT--T.--r.-.T-JL.- --, ...-.. ... .,...-. ..,. ,.... .....,..,, ... .

The conversation bar'pen d to ,.1 "i '.


s ,r conviction"J it and turn, was Sir upon essential!William! the hat subject a:'to Gull certain. iuccess expressed,,amount.of quackery in practice his, Ey ntbi a W o rtb Havina Latest Thing! in Belts. ,. (


'
adding;: 1

"It is an'example of the old gay-" ,< lv
ing. ( People .
Topulus decipi' ( .
yult '
like to be deceived).. ,I : '. .' :'. : : :: :, ""' .. : Shirred Girdles and Belts.. .. .. -
said the host. "Now : : .
"Quite ,
i so. tit! .' t,, < .
can any one-:present'give an English i td j r
We hereby subscribe Ten Thousand Dollars "
to that P" Mercerized Belts 35c. : y
equivalent y. '
"$ sty: I O" M i '. t; <
; : .
\ .
"N othin; (easier,. :dryly remarked .' r

". another physician, "the public like. .:'; The New ;Jerusalem
''' ,
to be 'nulled.! : .. Silk Belts 75c.LADIES' ;
'" .: : ti

4 Re"volution'' Imminent. .. > .
-
formerly ,:,West r im n* em' .
.' ,A tnro lIilof approaching revolt and '" ," ,, .
serioua trouble in Nleui In nero 5 >
l vouBtieiM, .Irtplexmie'fa'your nr> Htmnncb up. For Htwk (In OtiNinN'p Hotel to IIP paid l for to Orrirmtai furnUhfi] to the %% t

I eels hlerttif: Bittr.. ,1'1|'| quickly I dim- hotel. niter it tit hnII, : ? ? ? '? ? ? '' t ? ? ? ? 5 I
''a member the iroulileRoiatfcau-H-iw. It never
: 'tails to lone the gf-niucti. regulate theItiiliievc In order) to'nrtHiinge llmmiii (that old Hunyon given us. we will I'f\uir' .

"y' and 'bevq eM, ; lit tOil.I""., the- liver a bond fl'om a relitiMaTiiiMt Company, to bn iwlectm by his Chi..1y'hit' BROS" l
'
; and) clailfyllif Mood. Run down IIYIIo
,t teniaheu. psi iticn>arlvan
attending ache vanish under it* net rchItifj '
and thoroiiKli:' > ni'ctivtMieRA RleclriC To prr.rwr ouwlvwjfrom. the REAL THING in smoothnma, Wj1m,lilt

Bittern Is roulv Stunts, and that
if it Jon'f give' perfect inlisac.llou Intern I I.' Everything. romen. to tlioHA who ait (down nod wait. We
,. Ouiiriiitefd' l II alt d 1"U- " y |(
|
.'f" .- waited for a tint.GRAVE YARD and got it. We lire now going" to get"Ktrlctly : a OUCFICCERS{
Juat What Kveiyon Should Do- frst.< Mr. J T 'iietiwrof. trwtnvilleGn., $ .
t., I always kcejm a hrvtltet. i.f CliHmberlani'a While we iHt.jil.jvvn; and WAit for the Hotel along: will t'cnm. everything

: '' Colic, Cholera tI.1 Dlarthuea Remedy else:' Indigpstton, Cmintipatlxit, ApJlPodle'ltlao.| Gastritis, Via betie. Rheu- tl

y'c' ',. ', colic band ready chohratntorttod for Iniitaiit. nee::and Attack Jiuirlioea>of lnutio4n", y'o6tbahAP; (: ?' Headache.. Itarkiiche, Neuralgia. Colds, Catarrh -

come on BO Miildrnly that there Is no llrom'Ititirt. Piwrnimnirt, Toriefi'nloHln u Superabundance of Adipose Tissue

,I', time to hunt. a ilnrtrr or u,! the more and in fact "tv4>rytlilng"lhnt'i toltritiui in the wnke nl imperfect circulation: and) PROFESSIONAL. .CARDS. .:_. ,
for tned'cin> iRnthrMj td'I h.eIrled ---- -- -- ----"' ;
Cllnmh rli tu, *a Colic l'14Ae* rod impure blood,. s l ,'\ \: LAW. r
\
Diarrhoea Kenirdy, which J*, on* "' II c \
t
best niefliciiit-w\ '" I ever saw. L..kerpatiottle Fellow citzii( Itonne .vr>Ui-ttflven Rli..keoff this lethargy, 1 Work I rUn SI C. CIIIL.LINti\V01tTll LI J" r !

of u hI.1111. room. IIs.r have ,had something before tills c pert)binder awnl lows you whole .
several attack ol' colic;"bd It,,baa proved ATTORNEY AND CuUNSULOR
10 ht the bint mrd'ctne. I ever ns,1'" '
Sold by all ilruggiHlA and medical' <(ealCIS. Upton's Ten any briindI 00.to 00, cents a pound West Palm Reach. Fla.rj.150. .
'

I f f}Mocha, '! *and.Juvn i "o Coffee: v, ; ...... .!in! cans, 25o} a lb., bulk 206 nib O. UUUU1K A message of intetest to nil is conveyed ID these few lines.' It in that rich'

H. Got a ..V...* No;-.l4 Kin Coffee,<,,,,, 15 eta a lb., 2 Ibis. for 25 eta Attorney and touiisellor-at-La men say they tannot'l1f1ord to have the rink of keeping much money in
YoungJilecteVmad J a' bef that iie I WEST PVLM BRACH FLORIDA
would the question to the A Good Strong Ten, green, black) or mixed 25 cts a Ib house or office. Thieves, fires and l accidents of all kind are far too numerous
pop r
haughty Miss de Vere and get'Yes" I Royal Baking. Powder; ,,.....1| JGood !' 40 eta tL ib.,% Ib 20 eta TT.. P. li HAN NINO, to make It safe. The ttade County State Bank, West Palm Beach suggests .

ag his aJ wer.; 'newop.Qi; ; bet. f'' { '. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
ate
'"And 'Vheri is the wedding to Luck DillinPowler/< 3 cans 25 :(OOlce over Bank. that the less money you have, the more careful you should be of it.

be?" asked the loser. 14 IDS Sugar "1.01) WEST PALM BEACH. FLA I Put it in the hank
said Bleeter he pocketedthe
"Oh as
Oat Meal three 2-1 b packages 25c --
money, "there i wn't going to be \a GEO. M. HUimiNS,

any wedding. The question I put Rice ; 1 > Sca Ib, 25lhfl1.00 Attorney/ and Co.nae/or-at.Lew. Louisville & Nashville /

j to Miss de Vere was, 'Would you "* Get Laneto
White Bean lOo quart Will practice In Slate and Federal Court,
rather remain single than accept ." ", TITUSVILLE. Railroa.d

i' ''a me?' Pure" Glycerine Soup 5 cents op .your i
I I. MUTOALF,
Cuban Diarrhoea.. Irish Potatoes 300 peek "V. The tollowlogLow
Gas Engine
U S. Rntdier who served in Cuba dur ATTOHHtr-AT-LAW.
know what this d.is- Cabbage 2c a Ib NOTARY PUBLIC. Round-Trip Rates II'
lUll the Spanish war
1St .... (/. 8. COMMISSIONER
remedies have RepairingE. \
ease Is, and that ordinary Armour's Breakfaatfticon .. .. 15c a Ib Will praatlOBld County,rtlalounu toiiaral from Jacksonville to varlou"'polnra North '
little more effect than no much water. ninl Went will |H> In earn on dal_buwn.
! Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe and 14 Star Ham I ," 15c a Ib Coarse LAND CASKS A SPRCIAtYT.OtOeeln Proportionately low rate.. from other iolntn.. 1,

L dangerous as a mild attack of cbolerp.There .. TBOPIOAL BUM Block. Louisville,Kv..Rate{16.4O. account TJnlteilronlKilvrate
i ia ODe remedy however, that cau White", Bacon 12Ji, sides liei west Palm Beach. Dade County lorlila ( Vet.'r n. Itrnnlou. Juue 12-1B/
always be depended upon as will be InulUHlve, with anal limit July 10.
certlBcate from : ,i i: LEWIS. BKELSFOKD Portland, Orelton. Rate HO.SO,
seen by the following Texas Very Beat Block Butter >" 33e a Ib A.J. }l.. idnt/s:/ and Clark Onteniilnl Fair' tlibfta account\sold 1-
:
l of Houston
Mm. Minnie Jacob certain dutm May 118/ to H< "I hereby certify that Chamberlain Pure Extracts lemon vanilla atrawlierry: l 3 for 25c ATTORNEY AT-LAW Unit return HO d..,...
.1 ,. and NOTARY PUBLIC. Real Estate
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea! Remedy ?, San Francisco and Loe Antrim, llate'Sl.no
of 'ood' ....U. S. a Guaranty Co ,ol liken sold. curtain datea ID to ''*
cured my husband of a severe attacK home Table,,Peaches 10. 15, 25ca can A| ntel Baltimore.Fidelity Md. PALM BEACH FLA. Inclusive,final return limit April 110 da.lrolll AUK, date q,'
which he brought
Cuban diarrhoea I :,"", S 4 ', I' Office at corner ol Uleiuatla Avenue and N... of aale, not to exieed Nov BU.<
from Cuba. We bad several doctors but Pure Tai Soap / 6 cents cluua Street, over Potter's bicycle tore, flotaty Public. Cotlrgis to RenOlDoe DenverColnrailo, Rate S42.AS, account In- t
they did'htm no eocd One bottle of WEST PALM: BEACH. ternatlonnl I Epworth l. nitue Conventlorutickets
this remedy cured him as our neighbor Pet Cream 3 for 25c.: cnsarof 4, dozen f3.80 1-4-1OOJ.: .South Polnolana Hotel sold June :2U to July UO Inclusive I : final
return limit Aug,S.
will testify. I thank God for 110 valuable ( AND SURGICAL
MEDICAL Buffalo N. Y,, Rare'.tJ: .8O.account Annual
medicine." For sale by all druggistsand Dime Milk 3 for 25";, 3.75 Mwtlnic. Oraud Lodge B. P.O. 10 ,tickets weld
medicine dealers. HOOD. hi. It, July 8 to 10 IneluMlve,with anal limit July 26
Beef 2 for 15c H.J. ;
------ Dried Chipped : :, '. Toronto, Canada. Rate 115 20. account In t
Quality vs. Quantity. ternatlonnl Kpwortb Leagues' Convrntlon
PHYSICHH AND SUftOinNOfflie
do not Potted Hum : .. G fpr 25c ticket. wild June 10 to :Inclusive... Dual return ".
and body
.
,
Hard muscles strong over Potter1 bicycle store WEST lIoltAoKU..t S3. ,
depend on the quantity of food you eat, linked Beans with Tomato Sauce( sBuker'sChocolate M PALM BEACH. Renlclnnce near Royal Neehville.Tenn.Itate$19.2LaMO1mtPea. '
hut on its' perfect digestion and proper Polncianafiotel, PALM BEACH. 12.1 body OolI'veHuninierHchnol.: VanderblltBibllcal ,
j assimilation. When you take KodolDyspepsia ) In.iltute., Mcketa nolil certain datea June
Cure your system gets all the ,'. :. 20c a block B. POTTJKU. M. D., ,11 July.. final limit I Sept ao.Knoxrllla .

nourishment out of all the food you ear.r Jlu.vlt'r'MChot'C,11I1M I'" >;:i' 1I".d" 2Oc"block R. BEACH. FI.A.. mar Hrhuolot I, ,lenu.l'areSie tha Month, ticket' .sn.acoiMintRum-mild certain ,1
PALM
It digests what you eat regardless of the t a-aa-98 WEST date June 18 to July 10 luoliiHlve Dual return .
condition of the stomach, weaje heart, .' Coco 200 a can DBNTAL limit Sept. HO.
etc. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what U i i BrlHtnl, Tuun.Rat..$19.80. acconrll Annual

sometimes called America's national disease Malay' Oil will cure rheuuintimii and all aches and pAins. It In II. MAOY Meeting. May(21)l rman to HI IlnptlHt Inclusive,Brethren Uoal return tlct.tssold limIt 'i

-dynpepsla-is destined to eventu. wonderful in penults t 35 und GOo bottles It. June HO.
ally work wonderful and lasting bene.fit DENTIST For Information, achednlee and I ateH to (;
sufferers from this distressing and any point North or West call on or write
to 10 Good 5-centCigars for 25 cents Office In Jefferson Block
mind baramiog condition. Sold by A G. I Oro. }oj. HERRINO Fla. Paw Agent.
WEST PALM BEACH. FLORinArlt. IOU( Wwt.Ilay St.,Jacksonville,lurlda'
Riegel. 0 packages Cheroots ; .' ,: ,25 cent.ODuke'a .
; it ; 1"
J. K. LIPDY
.
VVor .al.! Hair. I .
All ,
: Mixture( '25 cents IMPROVED METIIODS CR'UITCOURT. SFVENTHJUDICIAL
One evening during a friendly Dentist Circuit.Dud Con nty,I'Iorl dance and while the company wall C Sensation 25 cents OAloo First door west of Dade County State are adopted by us as soon as their Arnold Groom Iva >Order 4

.. Bank Harrlunn Thomson Groom ) .'
midst of a Jively quadrille a "
in the 3 Se&. of North Carolina : 25P.t'ots value is firmly established.In To Harrison Thomson Groom iYon 'i
gentleman(?)' pulled long WEST PALM IIEAC1U FLORDA are hereby required to appear And ill
young and G} Honest LOUR Cut I.. 25 centej. plead answer or demur to the hill of coin
hair plait out of his pocket the performance of our duties plnlnt exhibited nKHlnut you In the above ,1
"Whose i '. ,, ''A',. styled tune at the court house, alMlamiv" 4
it exclaimed, t
holding up, Strike ; 25 cent CAMPBELL all
3 Lucky T. J. Undertakers and Embalmers, Dade County* Florida, on Monday. June MUA ,
ir' this plait?" At this .all the ladies O. IHOn.nndlt: IN ordered that tlm .order ih

: present, by an involuntary impulse, PUnt Insect Powder, if it does not murder the insects come and get' Up-To-Now modern aids approved by science or bn week publl-hed for Cotir In mnmfentlTtt The TifrplcHl' .......Hun..* Once each' i

put their hands to the ,back of their your money back. It Is quoted 28c at wholesale, We will nell good taste are in use, and we have Done and ordered .Miami Florida, this" .'
lath! day 01 April,A. 1> i11Ua.
heads. The'dodge had worked. Our you one pound for.25 cents t in ten pound Iou 31 cents no hesitation! in claiming that we can E.aDEARnartNCt
Clerk Ircult Court.
ct. Seal]
[
wag had found Paris out Journal.what he wantedto Eddy's Ball! Blueing 3 cents I BliACKSMITHINO. HORSE give; the best service at the most reasonable Apt Gee lU-wB, ft Currle,Complaluaut.Solicitor. ,
know.
SHOEING, GErtERALREPAIRING : cost.
TheJChikln n'.Favorlt 28 lots of Oranp. and Vegetable Land, In 5-acre tracts, situated at Cocoanut -

'For'ciugh.croapwhooping: ( cu";b. Grove, Florida, the most prosperous fruit and" vegetable growing ANDPAINTING Lady assistant.J. FOEnUONEYANDTAR:

etc., One Minute Cough Core ia the chil.dren' section on Biacayne i Bay $1,000 a tract .' .
is because it con. B. McGINLEYPalms ae.audt.al .oft skew' i..rf.e.
talks .no favorite.fc.Tbla opiate" U perfectly) harmless, .20 lots of land 100 test front on Ocean and) 100 feet on River! x 1320 feet ....... ... .... ._n.._._..._...

tastes good and cures. Sold by A. o."klegel. deep $500 a lot WAGONS BUILT TO ORDER Corner. onMhiuto Cough CuroFor .

IA __ ___ These Iota are on the Hillsboro river, front on both banks and have" a

Contributory Negllll.n..- magnificent Ocean front. They ant 23 miles south of the itoyal Poin- dematla Ave.,Weat. read. Open day and night.I Coughs, Cold and Croup.. lr?

dis ,church," for safe lDt'eetment'that will uu.. ... 1
De trouble wit hyah elena Hotel. If you are looking a yield

aid the deacon, > de contributory five hundred percent in a few years now Is the time to snap up this
"
negligence ob de congregation.. bargain.. Write us anything you want In the real ..tatelioe. We DYSPEPSIA CURE

"De contributory negligent' ob can put yon on to a number of good things ,,, G..
de ""repeated the pas .
congregation
tor. "What yo' mean by datr' H. J. BUKKHAKDT. COMPANY, EAT
replied .* Palm Beach Florida : 0.Ia Cot 10_.
"I mean jewhat I say, Drawer p' .

IJ.th.> deacoit".," "When de plate am I flP'We' will not self to"..!.r.w I II ..... ILL ,.
all of demnejIeck I I
passed ter.around contribute nearly"-Puck. I 1 We will pocIltiyelYlllU1I10J! 25 rents on every dollar spent for Groceries.


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: ,,:, psi DIDN'T GET THE JOB. SECRET BENEFACTORS. With the Beat Intention. Did Vandykeand Hal 'Really r l Paint '

i.. d' .Quite lately a.worlunginau of the IM, Leoh'Qth.r'I, ; *,Portr.IU ly;| .'r, j wPt ,

., ,, (Il id!' s Why On.. Man )I.' Now (Careful Abeul Persons Who* Give Liberally Without best type, having been laid up in'a ,inhere' is a'Wory elated; by 'frou- Florida East! CoastRai ;
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Stamping.Env.Iop. Disclosing Name which ;
;. London hospital with an illness broken; may or may not be I

: + "I know a man who lost a good Anonymous gifts to charities are which needed incessant care, was at true that Vandyke, passing through '

: : job once by doing that," said the common enough, but it may be last nursed into convalescence. Gratitude Haarlem, where Ibis lived, sent amessengers local: Time,, Card No. 62. In mecr.tprlrn[ I9C5.\,\

: ; t; tall, slim man in the lobby of the news to readers that there is a section to the kind lady who had tend- to seek him out, and '

',' ,, Stafford. of the community Who give ed him beamed on his honest faceas tell l l4n. that.p stronger ,wished to,J tours.aowte4a. *. NesSL! i totia uiiDmD> ur.

.; ("Doing what?" asked tho short, largely and regularly and Vkho have' he wished her farewell with untutored } ..Hato 'J>|ttiig i (tn: an J. "' it '
appear ace e1a.ke f : >> \ *11 i.. : r11A11ONN ..TMI Ns'a
:, I,, "( fat man who \ras putting & stamp a positive dread pf anybody in the cordiality: *'\ '!>''huif 1 lofj.( pamt liU : ,Uf. '' ''I.t "..*. Da..,. ft $$1 t *. pang' r

}1 y ,4 I@ on an. envelope. world\ *.knowing that they have so,disposed /'poodby{ Miss( iNWse, and thank portrait, adding,*"how ver,'' that ho "
;;
( .p
: i .t1 X.* ,Taofcao Tlll._, At"l f Mf 100
> r" said the tall "stick Tit-Bits had two hours to the -- ---
) only ''t f
"Why, man; +,l a penny, says you heurWyrClf-jilbe're ever was a spare or .*t p 555i Ito. J.okwovfneLv M ? 4*
a stamp on lopsided." Mr. Pibdin the fcf. the sitting. Hula finished the portrait Ilap05 :I_ IOO9) 40.
r i, 0\1\ ; ing v secretary 1all)lounge! pnctlus'rurth! it's you. M }, .I.t.r.a.: : 10 66sp Ito
',' !/' 'You don't say I" National Lifeboat institution, informed :An old* Itairol" fne-nd to whom I in that time whereupon his sitter, fit P u 10.1_? T"* Fnf Ur.. 4(4 S5a '

If. "I do aid Harold t). Staut1. the writer that he observing that it seemed .
I was going have told this anecdote caps it With vaij easy t INf p UIS p U -alallla: LY 110 p ,
';1. i; w fer of"New Orleans. "It happened into his outer office one day when a of Charles (afterward mattertop4int.p, pOftrlit. rgiuesttd<| .,,Q I up 11 II Lv,;."_. -"a1Mka. .., .... A5510 p S COM ) M :.
experience
an "\ I .
: r'. I + i that-l was the young$ man It was man. entered and inquired) "Is Mr I Lord Bowen whom we both knew \ $ ",. -j'\ i I" lOOp, 1 .,rsaoxate0.r..In. 11 i iR7 ..., ,
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TM all .M. Lv ..__ NgOP'1"00w +
fi N.a Wet AI
: .' : not so many years ago either. A paper Dibdin in? "Yes, said the official I well. Bowen at Oxford went the.' artist. JIals s6ofi'rkccornlizdthat I

.' !" i I I in,,Galreston had advertised for asked for. "Do you wish to see when order his visitor .. C f p inU4T Lv _a ..,... yr ar Y f yS
t tobacconist's to
a -
to a shop peculiar 44 0W
Jl1UUUI1
,' I : 'v ,'' a proofreader in 1893, and at that him?" "Ob, no;", the> stranger replied j, kind ottobaeeoi. As the woman the, materials he was using. Great, 10 P 1a a ,,napon .... Sip a p}, '
a time I out of work and Deeded "It' will do well if however his whcnjio.' Q 1 M .L'.I "" 4 t a '
was RSep
was < < just as in the shop did not understand surprise "" Q' 41M: 11 p _Deysona 4 47 a4M ....
i 'ir 'f' 'I' a place badly. The salary was good, you give this envelope into his 0'11'11hand. i he that her husband beheld\ the performance lie immediately I t 04 p a illIS ._roet Oraoge .- 110M p ,/ .it ...
; the order : 411
M .... *
P At Yew BlIQ'rpa p
) \ ,I' the work congenial, and 1 had enjoysome I I'i ..." And eo saying he !handedover understand embraced the stranger lit .. t J
4 i would it perfectly, ,he time =: l/ .1 a au At _Lake Holenr "] *4Rp Up O
ed little experience at it with the and hurried out ,:same crying out'You: ufaVandyke 1 .
'i '. I envelope "My husband, sir, is above." ( CIS'!' 01 a M OIl, .- "-*- rUOnu &,h\r 11 SS;P t Mp Ih,
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;\ t r r satisfaction to myself. So I wrote I of the place. When it was\ open4; it, Bowen sad "Surely can call I No sonjft',bute: hat( couldjdlf'wliat ; ( t' ...,. 10 U a 400 .. > our IUDOUoa-.C" 1P UpM A 'tt i

: a formal application,. addressed \the I I was found to contain a 'lOOO bank hint down"No /' ( you you uhaty just pow done! Ti; "J '1 0 M P lIS PLY..--. wew Im"- ,.. ,, lai Mp 404*
( true i : 000 pi" Oak JlIII !MP Mup 0
r'' ,'f" ,r tn\elope and hurriedly stuck'a note.'J sir; !he: ls'Jn'hellven.London ,, Assuming iHo'it6ryt6"be{ ] ; It\, .J" ,'a 10551 ItTttuavwe i: M '
t, i l' stamp on about a quarter of an inch Another old man entered the office how Interesting would be if ..thtwo" O: SOM '
I Saturday Heview. / a l r so tord, Si UWa'Ma S *
I M- ..r northeast of the proper position and 'one evening some seventeen or portraits existed" that one ,, L9 ".* .. .At Mat prord.
zigzag across the top. A few days t might see what Fran!! IaU, accustomed i
r ry eighteen years ago, remarking, "As Tapping .of the "Death Watch" [ '_'" 1.h atop Lv ...., ,..'1'I1u8Vtl1oU Si? lip C is
later I received this answer : to the. }heavier; of tile ll1.pa IM !
>> 1 to be passing having noticed -. ; '

:J., 1 {, "Dear -Sir-Tour application baa been happened: the.name outside, I thought I The tapping resembling the .ticking Dutch burghers, made tYFe.the delicately ... 11 itap MI p /110 4p4M .: .?....--::: 6W ...,.... IMP 4 1445 Ha1M ,
fcf watch heard in old bedrooms .
..1:i F y placed on file; but. while all other quaUIc..Uona \ a refined features of Vandyke tIG Iiii | ".Iboa,.... I 44* IMa
*: teem to be present, the careleaa would look in and see if you were is caused by a minute beetle, .a I til *tp ,eo Ua.tlaa--,-,,-, IK.ma.TJHaliap
:. /,1; ne.. Indicated by the manner In which in want of The secretory .and how theo.laUeT.wh.o; ?always: 'gave, oMpMI l S.. LUCII. :
',. 3 t j,". "+ you afflxed your a tarn p may lunfortunutely ( money or, rather, by several species of the an 'air of aristocratic elegance to Ida 1S'IM: r.:: l'1U MCdaUtlpM
1 ''i'1' assured hint |hat.. the institution FOB TIbtt :
I be an Index to the character of jour anobium. liaising themselves 1-..
..Y'' I work,'and we may frankly may that the constantly in need of genus portraits acquitted himself, with the; CI) < ri* .. I Jldea_
\ was
; 'I : clroumetance will be tak.n Into consideration Without producing} at moneY'j on their hind legs, very much as a bluff, jovial Hals,,>wh.CA.was-'as'much' J ;, t ,N is a Ma 0 V V fsI 57 I.. _., ,,_ __I.eutart.nam. t u a 11t lOtp pUaJ ,

N '',i, I I ', .1, ;" : In) reaching a decision. ment the caller then any woodpecker taps the bark of a tree air'.home in a tavern as.in a 'studio 1 I...,I toe VII .. __ROM' ._ $41 ai.p ;,/
.91 I _._ t6 1115
Up W.apU. p
t'<\ t. "You could have knocked met talk and asked for Mr. Dib- with its beak, they strike their horn Foil no two men could be more different Cl) e Ota, IBlpOlUp .... _W..S Palm f 41 S>a 41 .
J down with a feather. I had no idea politics ed heads and with consider- = 13 a, Ill Boyneon e 115 J I
I I quickly ,, both in their points of 'view ..
: din's views on Mr. Balfour and other llelra" 10*
t
," ., of stamp except as carrying agent statesmen who before able force for such tiny insects and in their methods,. though they ""'" S 17 a .. -.I'&'.Ls.de,.s-- w, S It* S MpV
J*.< t' for the letter and whether 1 I were prominently 111.10 IMp :.Dent 11.* Mp
; ; placed the public. '1'lle'isitor against old books wooden panels or were alike \\n this one particularthat S S.a 10 41 .. ,gsl4adal--w, OS V SCOIts11OV

i :, )-10 it upside down, sideways to, crisscross to heartily with all that appeared the the plaster 6f a wall. Thus to the each was a most facile and skillful ... UUP A '-.r.LemoaO/y IUamI: y._ !Ills Y Mp Mp
agree
,'f or on edge so long as it carried "The solemn death'
: \ r superstitious painter/-Charles II Caffin i&t.
and i if
said
; \ t the letter did not appeal to me as secretary presently, as clicks hour of death.- a117: ) U,
if. watch the Nicholas.. I i
,' r'\' to show his appreciation of these Sea HOMCSTCAD. IEXTI"O": 41.
: material. I wrote and explained I taal
:Nature Notes -- I
views he ) bank note and
.Ii !!, produced
_ "V ( ,,. i' that the position of the stamp wasnot Ma Lv ._.IlSamt. ;
laid i ... ? Mp4p :
it on the} desk:* on* v _"", fi i :1f
.,J;I, 'i J. a character index and suggested still went talking polirtics II .

: .b;,!. 1\\\ the unfairness of the conclusion, as They on. -f "'
N. 21 "
the old
and in little while g..aifi MOo 1.110.
',spd\ ; ..l 4 the stamp !might have been put on a Dally IU.d.,Sundav I.pang MAYroaraSANew." IB.. 18 N6MMwpNat. "
gentleman brought out another lass Oaljr. On"".. 0111-. laMay Calif ,i
Ex
office San
k''... I d by my boy. An answer came Oalhj.1M Call.Santfay. Oalf tlwa
bank note and laid it of the "
..J \ on top Op Up 1
:": \ in due time. Such deeply personal OOp 0a 0 SO ,1..r. !00
\ S a
IIPOTp
> first he \added Mp0p Up seven.M
Presently IMp Ma
I one ft oaaiAr
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\ t'd: 'J letters said 1111 *Tp
,. the writer were nottrusted tMp I 40p 10 JOa 000 r
third, fourth and fifth to the pile, ''P'ti "pau ON 110* Mpop 4MP t
i 1 to office boys by careful men. aloooa 111*
\ and Mr. Dibdin then to the., TOOp Va Mp 100 a dUp .
coming 'Soya- V>0 a
\ Ii i Argument: The office boy plea was '
& .
\t't conclusion that it the :
( was politics
-I I
(s merely another indication of possible i"I i- PEMNSCUR AND I'
: that was doing it, kept on talking OCOBmTU STEAKSfflPSt CONNECrIONS'ATTlItpos. :
carelessness. Now whether that
t
} I{ ,jt he could. Soon f2- .
as long as
'
it4
'. \ 1 ", a y man was having fun with me or I
:{X:' I ,i: : really took the matter so seriously 1 000 worth of bank notes lay on CoaaocUoa 1.4. .t JUaaI wIda 4m.hp.( .f tte P.'a 0.;s..;.s..;'CuIpu7-_.. '
the table and then the who
,1..' I j1 don't know; but I do ,know onething. caller, HAVANA'AND KEY ..
WEST
'1' t':' r. ." declined to give his name, abruptly
r / walked out of the office and has never ,
T, :. "What's that? been heard of since the They Time 'Tames showtb.time.stwkloktote.mybeeapeo..... al..o4. ,
seen or by from aftIft depart
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h v 1 "I didn't get the job. Baltimore ase 4 tale atauonwbustheir arrival erdsparesr.as u.._....... 450 Isaraat..S
News. .officials of the institution O.mpasy 4 M a.ta re.poselblaOrsy d.lay.e.ay.o.a .. ...,.......taelw.a

<. i The London Bible Woman's mis- j

: ; A Curioue Complaint. sion was fortunate to enjoy a some. For Copy of the LOCAL TXHB CARD OIl Oh.t tatlrml6N.. ... i
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} As a cross examiner John Philpot what similar experience once every "SEE THE' TICKET AGENT." ..I r

'Ihi J' l\... Curran the famous Irish orator and year for several years. An elderlyman J. D.: RAHNBR.Laat. Oea'1 Pau. Aft* ST. AUOU5TINB.. PLA'.l.r ,1
walked into the office
( .'I .&, lawyer, was unrivaled. lIe was ingenious once Annually .." \
and what the
4, .' says Barry O'Brien in his inquired was p "I''
total amount of the mission's deficit. '
# book of reminiscences entitled "Irish
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: i\\< When he of it he Soathern
was informed put
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4;; ? Memories witty, trenchant, raking Railway 'JI
down the and walked out.From .
i money
fV : a witness by the fire of raillery or
t' ; : this source the mission received -
(,: \ overwhelming him by a series of perplexing BetweenJACKSONVILLE"p EFFECTIVE JANUARY 11. 1908ji
1 !8,000 in all, a single donationon Tri-Weekly Sailings -- --- --- .

.i'' l';' questions." one occasion being for as much Three Yeetebnle Tr.ina. ..... (! North and Weat fro .:::::: :
lord
"My cried one of his victims tit 3//
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as' !3,000.To. NEW YORE: ....., :J
t' "I cannot answer :Mr. Curran. LV' .c .env Ile...... tlo R II Loa r AsD Lv Jackeonvlne, FIe... 74.SP "
Lv .............. y ...,... .88o RRy
Catting at Charleston 8.C., both w.-.. .AMUP. 80 It II 54" 10 cup? 1.9 J..up 0. .. 10 3D"1 ,,.,?
lie is putting me in such a dol Preeerve Wire Rope. C.. Iv.nn.b......... 1301' .. 0"CUU. ..... ... .8011)' .......
drum." THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THU COASTWISE SERVICE AI' Columhl.......,... I$ _ 1 I...1 To preserve wire rope under Water A. Ch..lotte...... ..... 80 Ity III 06" 9 55e. Nome 0............ ...No Ry :\ .....
1 I .z; "A doldrum!" exclaimed the underground add bushelof A. Oreenabro...... 80 Ry' I She 12 Sip.. Ar Dalton. ......(........ Ry 1ya ......
or one THE CLYDE. NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINE,*{ A. Danville....... .. tIO Ity .10,5/1. lOp.. Ar Chalmwgs.' .Ito 91y. ,
judge. "What is a doldrum, :Mr.! fresh slacked lime to a barrel of -. Arlexinglor I : K;:. :::::: : S sap ::::::

'" v l' Curran ?" mineral or vegetable tar, boil well Direct Service Between. A. RI 0 h mon d.............;.....80 Ry I I 612 AI'Clnclnoatl.-OhIo.-..... !,I.t C gyp .,..?
JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, :1 I
L.nclnnaUOhlaaigPwr I ... ,
k' / "Oh, my lord, replied Curran, "it and saturate the rope with the mix- AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. ArLynehburg ......SORY th ; ..,p.. AI'L'hica IoIIIBlgpour I D r0' IT', is a common complaint with persons ture hot. Too much care cannot be lulling: .t Charleston both way. Ar Charlolteevllle to Itv 3 .,, ,J IOp. Clnclun.tl.\ Pa Lines I'oa I ,G
.... i I
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Ar.Wuhl"lItO..SO A.Chi" III .
It" 635'II 601' o. P. J.h'" ,
9
P1 like the witness. It is confusionof B CM I-W KJKLY!: SAII.INUS. AI'I1..I.lmor....... '01
a taken with the pulleys, sheaves and .1' R It II _1\I\ 2A". Lv '
uc u1ul 1 0 ......
the head arising from a corruption drums over which the ropes are run Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, AI'A.Nil'Woo York.P l'hlladelphlaPltR It It I 4051'1 .3.5&...... ArChice 1I ..... C II 't D 215: ......
of the heart -that is the should be Northbound: From foot of Catherine Streets Jacksonville 4 \I 3' 4v; Nnolnnal. ;""Oh o118&:-' 9 4 ......
grooves Na 3/-"NewYork.nd Plorida Expre.s. Dally A.Toledo Ohim .....C H dt D .5 PI I .....
lined with well seasoned blocks of P"lIm"n Dra"tnl.ltoom RleepingCar 'j'amp" ArDetroigMlch.! ..,....... pM 7'
t .. She Succeeded.Lady hard wood set end rubber CLYDE ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE and Jack evade to New York. I."Clncln".tl,Ohio... .1.I"e 3<> .':.:.;.:.' ,
on or .
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/ ------- 0\1' pitxburg P.........Ps Linea, ; 1'1 ,...... ,
f -Is this a Heights car? leather or some soft metal, the life Between Jacksonville and 3anford.: Nt>>.30..Ahlnglon cud FlorIda Limier.t! ....

Conductor-Yes'm. Step aboard, of the rope being thus greatly Stopping at Palatka: Aster, St=? Francis, Bereilord (DeLand) and jackltOnville Dally Pullm.n to New Drawlnq Yur'..Room Sioepilli l: r, ArClevelandOhto..BigmlLl3l' / I,:.... y
'' Lupton ...... ,
Lv ,
f t' please. lengthened and firmer adhesion secured Intermediate Landings on the St. Johns River ---. AI' 1.0111..11I.. Ky Ky.........80My FiR top '..''.'.'.'...

_ 1 Lady-Well, what time are you than when the Tope is operated Steamer '"Citv of Jacksonville" '' A.8t Louis ..... ............IoMy.:. 2s ..... {
,j .,: AI' An" iLoII. Alt........ 80 Ry 5405 ......
due smooth
Willson and
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( at over hard surfaces. {appointed to all a* lollowai-F.imvo Jackaonvllla,Sunday,Tiicutlity and Tlmrmlayn 8:SO p.m AI' Birmingham- ...80 R" II I 4110 ......
,s : The the diameter of sheaves Ar Memphis !l"enn..p.I"c.. 8 ,......
: Conductor-Four-thirty. Please greater Rotmnlnir Ionia Sanford! Moncluyn. WmtnoMliijm end Snmlnvs at B110ium. Ar_Ken.as, City 1 Mo....t'rieoe II 1161'sea' ...... .

7i \v step aboard. pulleys and drums the longer the Southbound HohcduM. NorthboundRead M.mphl.. Tenn ................ 130P ....... ......
c ( \ i Lady-Just a moment. Would rope will last.8t"awb."I'I.. down. Read np Through The Land of the 8ky.",No.3D .... .. Hot springs, Ark ............. 9 iOo ....... ....

!' ; accept a transfer that's a little' Leav* } jopm . ... .. .. .. JACKSONVILLE. ... ..... ...... .... .,.Arri,.. oo am No :
'' q' you overtime? .. a* Medicine. i ." I 45 pm ... . ... .. .. .PALATKA.. .... ... .. ...... .. .... Leave S oo pm Lv Lv Jacksonville Sav.nnah. .,.....................,........tlo My' ....._ VeAllbllle IJ-"The train Florida LImited.. ""he.D.lly.and flnlld PuU. 9

I \;' All herbalists Swam .... ..... .... ........... A8TOR ... .. M..... .. .. .... .... *. 3 30 pm Ar CoJllmbl..II. C.........,....80 Ry Ry 600. .::.......: m.n' sleeping Clor.JacksonvIlle to Inclnnatl.; ,
,a; ,} Conductor-No. ma'am. Say, we agree in pronounc- .4 4 jo am FRANCIS. ......... ..' ,.... ... .... .. wpm AI' Aehville.N. C......... .....10 Ry I yep .........

_lI are starting a blockade. Are you go-. ing strawberries as wholesome and .. -- .... .. .. .. .. ..... BRR.KSFORD: (D..TAND)...... ......... ... .loopmArrlvcl AI'A.Hot Knoxville springs!.!'!,.enn.N. ...,............... ky .37P ......,.. ... .:>10. Il-Pllllman! tI.awlnlC Room Bleeping'ar.

rL 6 ing to get on or not ? beneficial beyond every other Eng- 30 am.. ....... ......,...!.,..... .....SANPORD .................. .. .. ...... 9 So am Ar Lo..IAVllle...... ...., ? ..8u 110 It Ry) 8.508 hoop ... .......... an.luloraduSlwiags Iweween:: Jessup BI.lDllIlhlllO, Jllemp hi. e r '

t 4 1, Lady-Yes, I-ah, Laura, here lish fruit. Their smell is refreshingto .. to OOnin' .....................................ENTEHPK1SK............,............."...... *. 10 OO am Ar ArUoctnnstttOulo..e..g1tC St Louis: ........;..;;.:.::. :.:::.8o Ky 3 mSu p ::::.:::: .

you are! Get on. I got him to hold the spirits, they abate fever and General Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville No. 3-Dally' Pullman Dr.wlnKRoom ."d' t
t ? the car for us. Thank you con- are diuretic and gently laxative. Buft'el Bleeping Oar: between jacluonvlU" and

}+ I '. ductor. Did you hear the story The leaves may be used in garglesfor F. M. I ItON MONUEIt..)!1'..AM't Gon'l...All ]J2 Wost, Day S&.J.ckeonvllle. F ,1.Inol"u"lI. v 4
4" 1.' w. It, COUPh.lt: : Jr. Freight Art., C.; 1'. LOY ELL Snpt. ,
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and .
about- quinsies sore mouths. The Foot of Hogan Street,, ."' 01ll8nvl\l\ Florida '
I Cleveland Plain chemical constituents of the straw A., C. IIAOBRTV. O lens K"IC'n '.11.... A,>t. Mow Yo k. LyiH;! n MILNE.I : Oent Fr't Aitt N. Y'flaO Excellent! Dlnhllr Car. Service
Ding, ding. .- ,; U. KOKK, WM. f. LWIJ", cto., _
.. :. Dealer. berry are a peculiar volatile aroma O..nol'lll l Manager Oeneral jVfentiChoneliroiiih ARRIVALS AT' jACKSONYIt..T.R; '

=r .y sugar, mucilage, pectine, citric and : .. Tltillillnc 1') State Street Now YorkAtlantic From'l"OlIIloIew' New York Y..rk,Washington Waehington elct.-No.etc--No.290 Waehinatou'Washington. and and Florida t'lo.lda Limited"" 9:00.: m. '

_ __ \: ':'" "" I ,. The cigar girl Crushed., in a Walnut street fiber malic and acids water.in equal The fruit parts,is woody mucilaginous -- Prom"'rolll lhlcaK'ClnclnnatiAshvllleeter-Na: : ,Clnclnua I, Atlenu etu,r Na.14. 1'10.101.lon .ad.. I.hnlted.I'lorl
,.:1'1: ;. office building is red headed and is somewhat tart and saccha Coast Line T. C. LUSK, Diet. Pa... Agent too West Say Street Jacksonville, Fla;: a I ,

l.. teased about her hair rine. It is especially suitable in inflammatory W. .TAYLOE c
frequently by H. G. p. A.
.',t 1 's": customers. She doesn't. let them and putrid fevers and THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE fROM LOP-IDA S.H.HARDWICK, P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. G. P. A. 1

1; 1 t'.. worry her, though, and usually gives for catarrhal sore throats. CONNECTIONS ---. 1


'I I:i.;tl3' .( ; ; them other day as good a young as they man send.stepped_The up His Remorse. The East t Over' its own rails to Savannah -- -...--........... ........

''t-: t I to the cigar case and touched the One of the lords of creation brokea Charleston Richmond and Wash. f. .
ti .
I 'iln J
\ chair over his wife's head. When 'i ) 14. J

I"i:\" ', ,' t.' .} girl's ing! back hair his with hand quick, .he Draw-began taken to jail and conversed with via All Rail ington-, thence via Pennsylvania Ry. .Jt' ,. l:' ..,";' .J"1.H.: Jui... Jh.: I'(;, l'bu

\ (i ; ''i to shake it. "My I" he said. "I by the chaplain he displayed a good --
_ )J. burned myself!1" "Oh, no, you deal of repentance. The The Louisville A Nashville via Montgomery / ; ,, .". '- "0; .i I"i'.. :'ilftt.DoiMoral.aJ> itiarlawill\ stomach i iAa

_ '\$ '': didn't" came from the girl. "You're He said he "was very sorry that he West iw' ". :.: In r. ..0-t'lr-Cc.a'.trl8' ; 1'uSity ; and above all,
.. )'4;< had r;J.I\.t..kfHa.10.U.\ : : "' .. orq'unllwbcli .., '
'; away too green to burn." When the permitted his anger to obtain The :nobJle & Ohio, vIa. Jlontgoinery ,\ \ :

_ ,": ;'. 'rlt'I!: youth heard several men near by the mastery of him and to suffer ------- f,1;." \ '
him to do such act for the chair HERBINE;1 i
an
I .. augh he found he had pressing business To Via S..nnab. and Ocean Steamship Company for New rt :.;. "

.' : t" outside_Kansas City Times. was a good one, an heirloom in his The East t York, Philadelphia, BOIItoa. '. .4A>, Lus I
1, f j family, and he knew he never could Via Norfolk Steamer to D1ew York, Washington and MaId. 'w *' all their vlrtims! -ncuo of their ,

'l"! Charlemagne' Humor. replace it.-London Answers.Egg more. > N deadly: (\Uoot.IJER :NIl: takenreSnlarlgwlUfometullLetutncheyput
"tf.'i"' ," Via Savannah/ and Merchants & Miners Transportation Com. ) N-' t"h.e' S

'/,I' :!'r.'i" t,1'11 ment.Charlemagne was in need of amuse In a Bottle. via I steamship pony for Baltimore add Phlladelpbia. \1'. 1'r' \ I'm.thou'y load J eatlvo l pffdliouaneii ur'nnslu] :" : ,rt headttch& tlu ,dl- i
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If be llv,.' III ;il

,,J.;"t'\\1 t 11 1.(.: jesters have"Why such in," they a constant large asked number attendance him, of"do court you on become for an more a egg short or kept less while plastic in the strong shell and vinegar will the- TO. .KEY and WEST' via Peninsular Steamship& Occidental Company' (/ /r-.X\, 'lv---5i r 9 .'+ ... -":'arnr'..*t!;,: 3P IT yew TQJJAV.ia fill good Dnhill.tl iiuali ,. '


gg can then be rolled out sausage- H A V A N .A. '
J\\fi I, your royal person? like until it be of small enough di- Sold Riegel's l
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I Drug Store.SUBSCRIBE .
r'ff "Because, he replied, with a right ameter to go with ease in at the SOMETHING NEW .
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regal chuckle "I could not earn the mouth of beer bottle. If cold Interchangeable. mileage/ ticket good over j.ooo miles 01 among toe. prlncipw -- I
a -
surname 'of 'The Great' were I not Water railroads in the Southern State: are on sale by the principal agenta ? ,' '
be then poured in the bottle, the Through Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast tine el'
careful to keep my wits about me. hell, the life of which has been Frank C. B 'yleston.; Commercial Agent W, D. Stark. Traveling Passenger/ S
t
'' ( It is said that the courtiers died softened by the vinegar, will harden ;Agent, 138 vveit Bay itreet. Actor Building Jacktonrille\ Fla. H. M. Emerson FOR THE .

'1 laughing.-Cleveland Leader.! and return to its original shape Traffic Mans er, W J. Cra''.. General ,rU8<:DjI'ew''; ARent, Wilmftigton N. C. SUN .






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I TIlE T. PlCAL -aUN.WlMT l-Y.UI rnuu VLORIDA, SATUUDAY. .JVNK: U 11'106 l'AGE FIVE

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JAP: : ; ;F ( 20"JtD7'RcCK FIU.I1JtR.-iD3111IJES I- -PRAI" 'E8"FOH" .-:-CAPTAIN iA'R.:- PLANTERS REDUCE I "RANDOLPH: _is_NOT_ QUILTY.Preliminary : .

)If ... : [ : RESuMED Atlantic I. Trial I' Results, |In the freeing ,
The Skipper of Yacht Whirl
'- t tDWleharnps the ( iause
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lOt,lttt. C8.da dtV"d(Ing. Won the K.J....! Cup. COTTONACREAGE of Alabaman.
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] IN GIICAGO! STRIKE Montgomery, Ala., May SJ/--Aft
: w )iok, Mt3'.J1.-'tl'he! ; recent tJt- :; Southampton Kaglanld: May 31.1 trial '
two hours of a preliminary before ,
The American three-masted auxiliary
: < if.IIoM.'D.. Rockefeller' poI! ng _
I II" Justice of the Peace M. H. Screws,
schooner Atlantic, winner of l31npet'rWiliiam'
I """flhla flftj O/\tIOO.OO/ ) (to the 1 limer-

\ Only. ,lioarB ix:>f i-cKtMntlsHkiners for ;forj I :'J aar
morning, floating the Stnr: an4 Stripes. killed his cousin, Judge F. C, Ran ,
Missions tre.ideolaned in *n nittl- I
: '
: ., To' Be Doubled.8TatKERSVP.LAGE.BEADlL.Y. I She soon attracted a crowd of ad- I" Proves This Fact. dolph, )Iat ,Bautrday: was adjudged; not ,
flay! :the & v.i/!,)r.rRiobeit Stuart:Mao '
i miners the side. '.Iron guilty of and -was die3
I : 'pairiormf' i tbe r)3alvi.ry Jflgp to quay ; Marshal any offense '
owner of the yacht, was full of PER CENT charged without bond,
CROP CUT EIGHTEEN
: : .& .itirhiJ: bbl* elty!: .ito be pubmitllWl1 iEtLt1.5lujln.g. > ; ; "
t I I praise for Captain Barr's splendid The justice held that It wac.a cleat
tmllQrow I ilji ithei.BKamlnr.l a 41ipf-W
handling of the schooner, and attrib- of Executive case of self-defense, and that the accused
(Meeting at New Orleans
; ... : .,lie wrBerii neT and .oI..Strlks.Braakera.ContInueI 1
,Lh> :o< \\Ver- : i i.aNi I
uted her victory to BarrVs remarkable waa forced to shoot to sure his ') \
.. rlm1Ni1lIsllod ito haie mallgne! ,1 Into; TnsenStrtLi. Officer Show ConclusIvely that '
r' UOn M1tn J3etarr
] seamanship. Barr-himself speclal- own life, as shown by all tbe wit.

'1 ..uLt : -entire. iagalnt Bnptdst i tfcet n0.Minatkm.condemnation. !JHe(ot ..l Htty-TNj,.Symnatr' e .. Will I ly pleased, and announced (that tbe.. Atlantic i Smaller Amount of Staple Will Be nesses.. t?

I N...."( lde, had! beaten the En4ymlon's record Proluced this Year. I II Several witnesses were' examined: '
iT..1IJt.PIAU.I" !
oO.ff1 I, iChairches<< Vty thane cow.wardly end( I
to the Needles of 13: days, 20 all of whom showed that the deceased
( t attack ,;et'cln9': i tlxat\ no ame New Orleans, May 31.-The Southern .
(Chicago, .May ,.31.-Tb: rile ri l *eccoalyards hours and 8.6 minutes tram Sandy I I had made repeated threats o>> the life
< today
1t> ,were. l eclfld.\JY..Llpread,4)f.! the Hook.. He paid a tribute to the i of the defendant and had told on .sev
.t. .be cannot \.t tae -mpiproval mf ''
>> Jt
,Iy cotton acreage report. The report
> .rlke; to tIe .Uen .y JBL WeawCoanu crew of the Atlantic and their smart eral occasions that he Intended to kill
: \ ;2-iport ) J iste I iby hlsi mUWms"* ; :that B'tP- J8v..s follow:
d work ,
.to the
3he -.r..ed througout
\ >anjy .todajr, men voyage. I him. As soon as the decision of Junilce
"it Is! \ s. "would aiftv.oc.ate nhis xpulehxa ; (deliver JusT .to .the American, day was Screws was made up, he 'announced It
fthea7hurch9fitt1w: reKved) that indicated by the the report of the United -
mat :Their taken into dry dock for
; .and years dtlldu;rged. a Cleaning having adjourned court and returnedto
.! .amqulred Ibis T < from tneemjplpjvere1 preparatory to competing In the Do-
by our : \ ,1 IIt.es: .wete.flUeil: by men. his office amid the good wishes of agrest
of: our ." crowd who had gathered to Ne :
tie *..wa..llMt.bellhas; in :the Jlrat strike iflf .coal .11t1amm.enil"ILn calculates on winning. Hundreds 'The decrease In the acreage for the end of the trial
I
I ad \ ; ted .certala l) .fillefll ( nansac- three .w eks. Jtear' .of ,.Vjcendjarteaabaa < of congratulatory' telegrams have been UOG as shown by the tabulated statement \

i torpedo J( ns ;w.hhih. ;have i iibeen fRercftct de- : .cau e.d ;police ,ito inwenforce: the I received by: the ownep and commasu.d9r(9f herwkh which was ascertained Electrical .
)xtc/Ml iby ;Mr. nci: (ef,IIier's tics ; from 17.754 individual reports from Equipment for Japata.New
l lj ) r &:nand..t. the.lumber,y.ards.o>f,tbe I1aoseompaqy the Atlantic.'v
l :b.a"t founrtl them tba ila tuvlth :farmers merchants, bankers andCJthe.r. York May 31.-Contract: *
< : i co >>ce aad .flthor large.concern: *, '
'Togo j : tlgJveat utandardu /OmllB"Clal I ., throughout the cotton belt, amounting to fully fS.000,069 coning i '4
Br. 'n iri.ver: patrol baa .been organized Steamer Sight Other Racer. '.
; ,.toff to r MLt.. ock flltllef,1I11e asjs. and jruiw.elllanc .U .being.. ,.main. Liverpool., May 31.-The BrltlcbsteaniervVancouver. I fixes the acreage this year at 25,980* for electrical the shipment with all dispatch' of

tjpo the ) y <41.1 (confldeawe, :"mlnSwn tamed Aj.;bt AKd .day.. which arrived here 461 acres a decrease of 18.43 per cent equipment, machines and '

; .1\M8.I.Iu1 | jaffectionrod apj eftl .fQrfalrB.. DlettflKlng .11* x.unawB.Qf.aniJlmpei) today'' from Portland, Me., spoke to the I and l'.05'p cent in fertilizers. tools have been placed In this market ,

II111t far .him. i tWOIII\"teJCl schooner Tbe : ing refereewliun wote .of .the teamsters I ; yacht Endymlon
: I mostly closed by the New Yorkrepresentatives ,
on the DfteMJan at lending the .strike '.}f1\oY; \ .?5, 'In latitude
lease Q.cOZWAitD<<\ ; 1"0" eft$. President fibea .of\he ,teamBtew.sald ,,.anidthe: auxiliary three-masted schooner -.I, fertilizer under cotton for 1905 of Japanese firms. The

cers of ) today: ,yacht Sunbeam May 26, In latitude was compiled from reliable statistics machinery I. for) installation in the

:jle :* .t::' .*f'len fiiwtn Safe d ltltY "Neither tile juuUonal board :nor imy- '47; longitude 31, both contestants In lathered by the various states and principal yards and arsenals.government Because shipbuilding of th.

." New yorker. ,.'elf baa power under the teamsters'brotherhood ;else, 'anatlaatic' race.YaoIt'ValhaIla territorial presidents of the association;
: ; of
I .wf Tork. Mar : !.-Offrn* .ot a 10,. constitutiony when and tabulated at New Orleans, La., inauguration a war tax ranging
bo.J from 5 per cent to 10 per cent on various
,r ,1tI'fl.rd:, are pvMished belle itojlay tbfa-' strike shall end X .cannot .caill) Near Goal. May 31, 1905., by the president and\

was (-
report; In rtp}) have' been stolen fnew :a -mi- We .cannot call ..rtrfkea. We simply yacht :\ValtialJa: one of the (Contestants elation and Colonel H. O. Hester, of call for '
shipment overland to the Pacific.
ical_, .te'.Jo.; the home of a ureattbjr .lIie:-the. creatures cf the rank .And .file ln tile :ttaD. t1antlc1 race, .w... sighted New Orleans, with the assistance. and ,

) H"' Uy: prominent New Twit tarn- ,of(w.brofherhood, and they alone can "ibis morning, miles southeast of co-operation, of the presidents of the

; Htip :.Up18 probablY will'ev be jaJI .ojf.the strike, when they wish! to.'l'le :these Islands..SCHOONER. state and territorial division. The
Attache $ !id !ln.connectlon with tbe jut- condition of the crop as reported for Farmers Abandoning Fields. i"
: \ ( : ,c >#eytuton$ of tbe brotherhood;
) Louisiana Texas, Arkansas the territories Montgomery, Ala, ;Hay 31.-In *
t was at. ,
ttnltss Ha scandal should arise dO$8nQtI jffroylde for a retere.ndum'Dte\ > : SLINK BY STEAMER. '

and MH expose of the )letters' con- $4II\lInS'"lf.\ the strike. Tbe only way and portions of Mississippiare l report issued by Commlisloner of Agriculture
bad. R. R Ole) it is shown that
unprecedentedly Much of
tion to ( .. hat either ,tle) board or myself can Bottle Js .Found Cntalnrhg' Note TH- tbe reduction
.. )t1 la hoped to recover l ., the acreage reported In those states in the acreage In cotton 1'tl
: ; a.'ct facljaly: ) ja to secure some fort atajo lag .of Dhaaat.; in the

Cur wostb. jewels and: Jnany thon- ipjfe.r pf ,s.ttlemsnt and present it Norfolk, Va., M_y 3t; .......The followIng being yet unplanted and large tracts Is 12.01 state, as compared to last year '
,of Qo 1111' of stock cretlf- i either under water or badly washed per 'cent; of commercial fertilizers -
1111 "worih reoelved.
SIt. : to ike gaicj1.flIe.: message everthe: government
: by heavy rains. used, 8 per cent. The condition .
.- -'The .. which were stolen at the same Plugging .of, strike breakers continue sea coast: wires today has

: egraphed: ** .the i 12]2aI9ra t but In comparison ,&am.ej3 .Spencer: of Kansas City, been posted At :the Norfolk :weather "In the eastern portion of the cotton of the cotton crop is 70 per cent' t
_ of Is belt the fields generally are grassy the season three weeks late, and. the
ithat the the lett iie.-iae Iocs Jewelry who toad bqe.n .employed as a"driver bureau:
; effort the cotton still unchoped and labor crop grassy and In bad shape. Commissioner '
,lvoatok l Insignificant. Every for department ntqre was reportedto "A bottle containing the following
:.800 men ; been, made iokeep;) tbe affair A se tbe police today IIWI .having been attacked note was found on the beach at Dam scarce throughout the enlre{ belt. Poole places the condition ,
The officers of the association expressed of tbe cotton crop that this time a*
1 celved by .three men _lid left unconscious. Neck on the North Carolina coast by I
the highest commendation worse than at any time In 30 years
& According to Spencer; the three Captain J. El Woodhouae, of the lifesaving of ,
the loyalty of the farmers so far as the grass Is concerned '
: throughoutthe Many ,'
Alabaman .of Murder
Hewed Guilty men forced bias. to get oa :II. Wentworth service. .
Ala., May 31.-A spe- avenue car. Spencer protested, and 'On'board Schooner Phantom, cotton territory, in so fully livingup fields already planted will have to be "

______ ,t-o Ala. to their promises and pledges. In plowed up and not a. few will be abandoned .
to
,to ., the News frctra ,iCullman called to the street car conductor for struck by outgoing steamer Boden. All

!Jo!, TCho!'!: that the Jury Ja he case of John, sslstsnce. The conductor however, hands at the top; vessel slowly sinking bringing about so material a reductionin entirely. /
_ the cotton
,1n the.. .. charged 'Whth the murder ol refused td aid. At the end of the ca.rUne ; now at water's edge. Have put acreage and use of commercial
_ ;
Senator Robert JU Hipp return off in small boat. fertilizers under cotton for Two Negroes Killed In Florida.
,alty fI the three men WOk Spencer :from (Signed) J. C A.
,obol llIaU verdict of guilty
.' e ,as soon first degree today: And iflxed pun. Several hours afterwards be was foun4 The names of the vessels' mentionedin "They have fully exemplified their shot Henry Williams, his father-in-law, I

ported t at death. Wintotme: was sen by> a pedestrian who brought Spencerto the note do not appear in any of I ability to accomplish great results, and killing him Instantly. He then* broke
"
offtorea, : to hang July 14. vrtHlfim' lion.I a hospital. the records or maritime register. Cap- to save their countr from financial down the door of a room and that his

_____ ('; (flJa.y aged 20 b. sre<1 1)e cjo.irtI! ,) After the twenty-four hours' forced laJn Wood house says the not Is in poor ruin in the face of impending disaster. wife three times, leaving her, as he

_ & .a.ge\l.\ 1 peac'i I him to be iiangtd !ii ibis) fath truce occasioned by the general closing I handwriting, but readable. No wreckage I I The present. demand for cotton Is unprecedented supposed dead. He then went In '
and with a firm and determined search of Bella Adams
_4 The \ stead. WIKlairs: : la a (1:1"1IH': a.1. down of business for tbe decoration of any kind can be seen anywhere. and Chapel Atio-

1 to H.rpp while he ttnd_a deprty jrhir- day holiday, employers and teamsters I, stand, higher prices for the tin, a mile distant. Austin, seeing

port of i attempting: to levy: up.n wae" I.resume .the strike struggle today; Kentuckian Escape the Gallows. ture.staple" will be secured in the near fu him approaching, secured a gun and

received property. An apj-paj ))',;. with( / with the situation as It was on Louisville Ky., May 31.-The commission told him to stop. Sullivan replied

sian 'Kit-n to the supreme court., Monday, and the lltle prospect for any physicians appointed by Sheriff one of them had to die. Austin then
Deputy Sheriff Killed from Ambueh. fired three times at him, each shot
Sohmld!
'ung.-nd l : Immediate change. The to examine Into the mental
I employers'
_ the Mre.. S''haw to ;Marry;: a Peer. teaming' company eclipsed Its previous' condition of George B. Warner, an Mobile, Ala., ;May 31.-Calvin Childs, taking effect, the last one passing entirely

a negro, known aa a brave deputy sheriff through his head, his In.
cation tr I Va., May 31.-Although recorM today sending out between 2.500 I electrical engineer, formerly of Lo- killing
and who
also
: Admiral {announcement bus been and gJSOO teamsters Every driver ganeportt Ind., under sentence of death / work for% 'the was Southern doing detective stantly. All the parties are negroes

'Ven ky. It became known that the mar that could b espared was sent to the for the murder of Pulaskl Leeds, master shot from' ambush at railway. was

of Mrs. Nannie Langhorne Shaw lumber district In order to facilitate mechanic of the Louisville and 9 o'clock today Carolina Seeks Immigrants.;"

Lord Revelntoke' l U 'to be expect. : deliveries Nashville railway reported that in and Instantly killed. He was enroute to Raleigh, N. C., May 31.-Governor
the lumber
i the not distant future. Mrs. I by < concerns involved their opinion Warner is insane. This the city to swear out a warrant for Glenn says he is doing all in his pow.er .
in th) t strike, and additional
Robert Crenshaw
etilef j I Is a sister of Mrs. Charles Dana means that Warner, who was to EaTe a negro, and whenpas.lng to bring immigration to North Caro
police protection was asked.A .
British I I and of Mrs. Reginald Broks. I been hanged next Wednesday, will be Plateau: station, Orenshaw lina. He and Senator Simmons will

at Saeelxj. I I them she la famed for iher beau' further spread of the strike among committed to an asylum. opened lire on th edeputy from the side discuss this vital question before the %
the lumber firms was )looked'for today. of the.road. Chllds
dropped dead An '
bound ;I When a girl she married\ Robert board of agriculture June 6. There
: Firms connected with the mill men'sassociation unknown
captured I I I w of Boston, and severs] years Troops to Enforce Sunday Law. man win Chide picked up is widespread interest in the subject '
'employing 125> drivers, are his gun and chased: Crenshaw from the '
at first It I got a divorce from him. I St. Louis, May :31.-Governor Folk" and measure smay be put on fool ,
pledged to make deliveries in strike- brush, firing and killing Crenshaw In-
eel Is said to have decided to send mllltla which will be effective In bringing Immigration '
: I bound houses, and It was expected: sajitly.> .
men who Fifteen Persons Poisoned. to St. Louis county 'next Sunday to to this state. J. R. Rule
'that several of these wouldbe
_ .a retaken May 31.-Fifteen persons 1 concerns enforce the Sunday closing law against I Washington, press agent of the In-
affected today. Fatal Duel Over Schol Girl.
sian ; at a boarding house conducted! saloons and barber shops. The plan l Is dustrlal parliament, called on the governor
Whltesburg, Ky., May 31.-A des
O. Carlson, were poisoned.! The for four men to be stationed. at each today. The latter says he wll.
i New York Will Not Bo Affected. perate duel between schoolboys overa
Russian of severe slckdess were no place from midnight: Saturday to mid exercise special care In naming the

I imeaiately after bre k14st. Ten New York, May 31.-Positive announcement night Sunday. The law was violated > 16-year-old sweetheart is reported executive committee. '
St. here from Lower Pine Fork creek, In ,
r in the evening, but the has been made that there openly In the county outside the city
trophe Perry county. As a result of the
sian fleet are atill in bed complaining will be no sympathetic strike in New Sunday, and' no -arrests were made. encounter Color Line Drawn In Hawaii.
Elbert Holcombe lies
fatally
to and sickness. For a York to help the Chicago teamsters, Practically every saloon outside and Honolulu, May 31.-Governor Carter
petus wounded and Ira Cornette Is seriously !
Nicholas It seemed that several of the Instead of quitting their jobs, tbe New mjirly all the gardens sold liquor but not in a message vetoing portions of the

It would not: recover. York Union! drivers, who numbef' 38- freely. fatally Injured. Hol appropriation bill, has called attentionto
tion of a combe l Is 20 years old and Corlnette
awaiting 000, will be assessed 5 cents, or $1,000 18. Both have been paying attentionsto the fact that in a majority of instances '

Boullgan Fairbanks at Seattle. a day. 'Previously the sum oC $1,000 Falling to Make Fortune, Suicides. Ella the salaries of white employes
Ingram and a meeting led to a
the single Wash., May 3l.-When a dai had been given.to the strikers Brooklyn, May 31.-esley Smith,. quarrel which ended in the tragedy. of the government of the territory

Svlet, the President Fairbanks and party but the local union decided to raise 21 years of age, committed suicide by Miss Ingram is almost crazed over the were'reduced, while the salaries of

tion and special'car on the Great North. the assessment and continue it as inhaling gas because of his Inabllty affair. the Hawaiian employee were Increased. -

which, Is in this city hundreds of long aa the strike )lasted. to make $1,000,000. At the early age The house before the final adjournment

assembled at the depot to wel Conferences have been held for several of 16 he announced his Intention of Kills His Daughter-ln-Law. of tbe legislature unanimously .

vostl and 'him. He was conducted to the days in which, the question of a amusingthat sum and of doing It Cleveland; 0., May 31.-Angered because passed a resolution regrettingthat

declare club where he made a'' Bhr' sympathetic strike has been discussed, quickly and without any "fooling his daughter-in-law Mrs. Lewis the governor had accused the legislature '

ed. ".* to an audience of about2.000 and finally it was decided to give the around," he said. Smith visited different Pollard, refused to leaveher husbandand of drawing the color line and

The afterwards holding ah informal fund instead. parts of the world In his efforts elope wIth: him, Lewis Pollard, Sr., declaring that it had not done so.

per In : reception. "We made np 'onr minds." said International to amass a fortune returning to the shot and Instantly killed tha. woman.
.
"Thotp I I -........ Organizer; Moynahan, city of Brooklyn several weeks ago, He was quickly captured .by the" police, Married Him to Save Suicide. '
Atlanta May 31.-Asserting that she
TERSELY sympathetic strike do .
should be NEWS TOLD. "that a would practically penniless.Beef I and stated that he was the father of
but could aid the married Robert T. Plckerrell, then a
Chicago
good we
no '
"The all "
24 children, .1 but two
Chinese chamber of. commerce vlng, an
resident of Atlanta, to prevent him
strikers effectively by'providing Trust Closed.
'the more Inquiry
Ruse I
Infatuation
that it his
'I was for son's
r-- unanimous vote has' decided to from swallowing laudanum and usinga
financial which
V bllllona-of ; in line with the treaty: ports of them with assistance Omaha, Neb.. May 31.-The United wlte 'whlch made him kill her. ,
pistol himself with suicidal
jection, of 'ecould, not-give if the men in New States grand jury, which, for the last upon
la boycotting'American 'mer
Intent and that the said Robert T.
York struck. Fireman Dies' Under
ization. : ,' three weeka has been investigating. Engine.
in retaliation for the -Ameri
> the' Savannah Ga. 31. Plckerrell, her husband, has knocke.f
from the machinations of the alleged beef May -Fireman

______ den and .[ re8tr.' Hops Grower.to Poolj. ,'', :\ trust finished its labors and adjournedafter Frank) N. Harris was thrown from an her down and otherwise treated her

sia from the public square at Marshal, Salem Ore., May SL.:-The, .formation fllUng* 700large size ages with engine he was driving to a fire thin .'brutally since tbe marriage, Mary B.Pickerrell .
Q.: Patterson, former: ed- a resident of Atlanta, asks
cy." of a 'corporation to Include all'the the information obtained from the Itwitnesseswexamined. afternoon .and so terribly injured by
: 'theDemo ra.t-Ne\'l's,, shot and the court of FultoB county to grant
bop growers ,of --Washington.; Oregon, No 'indictments the wheels that he died beftore a physician .
wounded B. D, Mar. divorce from the '
absolute
fatally her man
'Fr.n ,, California New York and England' Is have been returned, the evidence deduced could reach him. The wheels an
L & senator, feelings had to whom she was wedded on August 7,
Paris proposed. The plan. proposes'apool- being sent to' Chicago for the passed over hi. body, breaking every
between ?t helmet* for, some j
190t.
: tera here ? rt ,' .. Ing of all the hops grown In .thatterrltory -. assistance of the Investigation going bone on one side. Harris was a vet.
/V
dliklnnt : : ; ,, ..> mentioned, placing .them'aPp on in that 'city.Death eran In the service. He leaves a widow -
' < '" of-the Navy Paul Morton, Peacemaker Is Killed.
not: IItrong \ the market at the dlgtfretlon/of a' sales and, children
I' "will\ retire from the prsidenfs ,.' *' Cedar Keys, Fla., May 31.-In try
than mere I committee. :" :'\"fi';: II Dream Come True. '
-.j about July 1, Is reported to ,," ,.1,, ,;" Little Boy Shoot. Brother.Covlngton ing to prevent a fight 'between Sam
of 'the
t W. Va.
Parkersburg, May 31.-Hen
the of he Charles George
accepted presidency Ga., May 31.-Eddie Miles and Afltchellc
based bt Pullman i Kansas' KIna ed .70.; veteran of" the
Company Fights ry: 'a ,
: Rapid Transit company, ; I Vaughn, the 8-year-old son of WIIUs.mVaughn Conyer was shot and killed fry Miles,
\ IntlmatBly ; 31TPuIl.m8. \ civil war, died here. TWO weeks ago
Topeka.Kau.'MaY'
r--' 'ii. &' the elevated and subway a farmer living near Salem and in turn cut Miles killing him. _
tentjoii" ha dreamed, three times .that. hha
., Cai'eompanjreDling to a <
tqm-
: (his city. t\ ground In the western sectionof Miles was armed with a shotgun, Con"
camp
I now 'pi&iutItTota&ainstkthe) ;4Companybe: but two weeks to live and told h." '
> l ticket has 'been nominated : Newton county, procured his fath- yer tried to. disarm him. Miles fired
the p'eace i \ I expected /
ropeaediiIhatrh* to
. Js ;.ald;..; I vtdeyX'by: *,tH*.'Soclai-tiwnxicrats, fore'; the,,atsteboarf:of;rail roe d totn- die-family May 28.tie 1 reirialnect! In' hm er". pistol"sad' shot his little brother,, at Conyer, the shot entering his brea.t

pends ''''db1 r. 1lql\"u..e.A taf'J'l\ .$or. missIoner* /af.8ln$,> a eeatfv0.f..rates.coin 5 'years old through the bead woundIng I and penetrating his heart. The, twO'men
'tifon usual health until the day previous,
the' ''.' 'i I.INttl is j '
.eluireajfM ny
Identified n l_ .I'c. ..tr 'J th.1 ,e''" ) ; him perhaps fatally. The two I clinched and felt together. Con*
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when he was taken sick _
rapIdly
and
It l. ,\oe ''t.aMl'\ _'1i'be';platt' l'm1de\ < ; ,. common' orrter< and'\, notjuntferthe' worse until. be died } "jusdi! UQa'ot": t"rAaIMznxIeslonere
\ 'bt'i ht1i'ng'miLn{<::1'pai tbaccJent. and fell dead histhroat cut.
i- wordl, !* ) ( n\cJl&) to the hour after hut first dream. the time of '>." _

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t I iI I PAGE SIX. TILE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH' JFLpHlDA.,, SATtfSDAY JONE: ''3, 1003 I :." ",: -',, '7'i{''( 'I.;t s M t I h h'd

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It. aid. Elizabeth Significantly; "youare Base Ball. "

1 1+ ;l\;\ :iIt. i--::: "Wife"Dutyt" I riding his-horse, and You' happento The regular weekly ball ;games on the Everybody's d ColumnMONEY

he talking to his wife PotpcJitm "1 m"n,1 ate now a fixture! and 3] == .--- I
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"Yon\ pretty shrew! Dou't fnub are nltf ctloji' lovers of the .p.rt"IIIId"i TO (t LOAN.
+ j J'1 hti PLI me. If I had been damaged he others who like a place to spend their ., ...- .-.. --._ __ ''' 'k Get Ready 9 7+,

I I t\ lie repented! fretfully, ;vas, I'd ht ve tx>eii"- belt holiday.. F YOU lf\VH E PROVKRTV: THAT:

I (, I. ehrinkiug strtiuoiy: from her touch. "J::.:t as generous and noble, or Thursday (her: "',v a goodly! of.endance I you wail ID ,iiuprovraliil,\ need\ I""y', ..

t h. (, J I"t4" "How you; :''ij: '.' on that word because : let I ns hope so." to witneot the time hrtween the to do it with tpuly 1 to Oeo G, Cu-.fl..1
Went Palm Beach
; \ your silly conscience drove lie thened''in' his saddle and staredat clubs captained hv Hurry Slrklo, and, I

11 you to nattY; me!" her -a long,deliberate stare his and Edwin Prfrrlati. rmptctivtly. 'Ihe "
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Leave 3 dur) ordersat;/ The 1'ropieal
; ,:. ';, "Paull'! ; face coloring slightly.; players were: .
: Sun ethos for.,.,all, kinds of augrnved
31 11 ; "Oh( I have attl1me the highest "Fancy old 111111IJ11orro1'/ if heiw1 ,Slrkin'a-'A... Harrlxb, Ttffanvi j A!hr.."')., and monogram;! stationery and visiting
) \tit ,' me risking your precious neck Sirkiti,. Colley, Watt, R. Broadwell;' W.: elll'''.. :M'i"\.' ', .' i I
wisdom he continued bitterly "I ,,, '
I' : on a horse: !" hq )JiiugheU<< ,"lle could Broedwell, Kurd. '. I I The -
'j! know myself'! a gaunt, J 1(>1l ow- I Fop
1
not lift kitten. ,
a Pdrrivh's-Cosgrove, E.'P8rI8bi, Car. For Sato To Rent. BoardliiS.Furntah-1
l'il it If""" chested, bloodless wretch: looking; "You are cruel," said Elizabeth Us'ellblO"?Newcouili t'tlderCook' ed l l.'onras: and Rooms To Let cards at I : '

p .;. 'fifty at tWrn-nve, 'I'liiineU'! to hii hotly. "Can't, you1 !possibly! : enjoy SirkIn :t,', J YrtrboroMRli./ ; The Tropical Sun! 'office, I 1 I_
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i c ; r it chair by nu injured) hi;?." yotir own strength without saying TheltCnre stood l
lY' I '. r''m "1 wish :vo.i \on'' I not suy such suc-h things ?" team. Fine Iw! of latest style VKlMnijcards "
.
I "U:10( what thinks anil' lateral !u J larters. at TheTrop1eal >
,'r. I things. Yt.< !L.ow : ss: ; ontf aboutone' I I 4I
r ii., r +, 'butt. Call IIlIft 'llee sample'.
,
''i. ; : "A charming! husl'I.Ilior; \ a IM.MUttfnl' relation i *. That's a fyniilypriie \ May; Marriages.Eighteen : .. .._. --,-- ....--- '
r 'r' '. < i L'." TttHrriHK he.:"""," were<< ,issued .1
"1 ; ""woman l.t; : 1 }+otijit' ;! you I Everything la tle prjnttngr lies .1':
E. '' \ ', ,;_ na I bought tr-it TVian; oAor! themantelpieco ", .1s, you plea ei; But you shall V>v (';,)1101)' lunge" A. R. lleyoerriurltiK The Tropical' Sun and all worli e'eeruted '-
I
? ,I not at husband." the uoath of May, just' | ...-d. Fourth
I 6'' 1 have :.it I lest'frci'tcdyoi <: b.jecr ,My co In the very neatest and lauat
''I ',1'i. 1 'Xo ? 1 says: Elizabeth, don't be Of three. seen were to white couplesand style of the arc I
;
,' ""I : with the f-uma r<;.'L3cct !tjiown the I .
t" angry. I do care for old Paul- eleven colored.. '
..; y is(\ ," pii ;hire. Not even a 1 VW, Dove J more. nprh"Tthan vow thirki Be Th* whi'e CAnr lq whrt rreelved' per "Sermons by the D*vtl." See It-

I If .n claimed from those red lips oft good, and I'll slug to you when we niiwt.uu.lo vied; /were.; H. &Iaull and read it. At ldolt..r*.. .

,II ', t > yours." ." '. get home. What! Paul didn't tell Kiln L. Stephens; John Krohock and -.- ,

I' t t f [isle; knelt beside him; looking you I sing!' ? Nasty of him, I call it." Llzale Lou Moran J. W. Galloway and Working Night and Pay. r- -- --

''J l. '; wintfully' into his yes, which were And, indeed, Elizabeth herself Willie Johtxr H. F. Ingall and AnnieL The busiest and'mightiest little-thing

,I r still handsome, though dimmed by wondered her husband had not referred Bryan;. R. C Ketcbam and Florence that ever was made'' Is Dr. Kins' New 13
.
i i) of to it as, an hour later, Bever- C Creech; & OStrohra sad Leila D. Life Pills. Thestfc pills change :weak-
years pain. ness Into .strength, listlessness Into
7,, Ii/ t;' I "Paul, ,J can't leave you in this ly's magnetic, compelling'tone8 I Anthony. I energy, brain-fag into mental power.They're .
1 brought before her the desert chief West Palm Beach I
'f+ bitter humor." wonderful In building up the

:, ," J. I .,, ''No,". said Vandermore mockingly speeding to his rendezvous A full *upr.l!:!}' of pi our pIe wttpa, an 'druggists.health. Only. 25o per box., Sold by all .
t love thee-I love but thee-
,;H: ;:': 't i, ; "not even for an ill sister? With qt love that shall not die. uratm, also crate material just received. -
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t", Call and get our prices before you make Town Lots.
: I had twin brother wild
,
;: ttt f If. a once-a The wind of the desert brushed '
East Lumber
'li'! ,I(f,- iJ., I, fellow. How would he have manL'ia her cheek. As she listened a new, your supply purchase.Company. Count % and Did Voo. Ever ail' I

I..., ". l' aged you, I wonder pOI overwhelming, passionate !joy, of Io-4 ',

'11, ,tllF' \) "A brother Paul ? A twin? I mere lining seized her. She was inexplicably '- try n Bu ICE'CKICAM mn A few select table or regular boarder'scan tvVkaT.it. Choice
tr, \ ,' :: y thought you were an only son. Has free, she ail BeverlyTill be accommodated at Minaret Cot.
tYI,,: he been dead long?" the .tare are old Did You Ever ?
fate. :Special rates on immediate li- :
,: .. ,Ot''t. "1 don't know," returned cripple And the the leaves nun grows or the colilAnd Judgment book cation. ap

t' sullealy. "Sometimes I think untold! no* it oars OL1CEK1NK SOAP' that twit lemma from. $200, up,

r IYx,i ; g he is not dead at all. Enough of 'I The word "judgment" shocked'her '' The Tropical Sun la always OB 'aal TAR then :1 MOAP'Ve"Ve forth bore* toilet It for at ire 15o.Atao' a pure ,'
I i
Srll, (;;,, this fooling. I said 'you must go to back to herself. The vision, at Idaer &;'. Son'a. one-third cash, balance,by semi-annual:
,s:; //.At, :: sister. Give mo drops and If Yoa. Heed ,
your my faded. In it's place Beverly rose installments on reasonable time, accord- ;
\e} f.f.W W go. The carriage has been waiting i from the piano and lIme swiftly toward Finest Jlue of candles at the Ma- ,
f. : I hour"i I A SPRIXO BLOOD TOMO: "Sprlna'H: S..rMA to price of lot. :'
G an ewskl bakery
I her his aflame. .
., eyes (1./lrlll.> Ia the beat hwour hot pit mate.'liitfcle ,11,11mg'
;';ir $1\\ \ i r r. Elizabeth stood still. She must For plats and hull information apply to. '

!I' ,},. \, .;: ,; Six months later!: Elizabeth stood face this man coolly) in i1rerclltly.Ill' : 'Brouunies ?

alone in her luxurious suit of rooms must not guess! that she, the upright WALLACE R.. :MOSES, ,

'x'i' rereading the letter which hadr" Kli/abeth, longed to crawl Boardinghu nrira.liru.vit. needed to keep tb"",uteRI clean, I b' Agent Florida East 'Cotlt t Railway Land Department.. > .4

'" brought her hornTfie half year across the room to him and lay her >

/r";J!" she had spent with her sister, Paul hend, on 1m shoul er. Our Special West Palm Beach, Florida. > .

; I"! having suddenly determined on go- "Please go away, Beverly," she wish n pleuxnuiplui'e ,
I tn ot..p at while In West Palm 1I0It* -FLY KIXTERMINATOR": tin* proven
; in< abroad lie had sent her his said bravely, locking her handa together ll.'ucb. will and "MINAKET COTTAOe- to IM the eh.*,.iMnt and heat. protection "'
for horft* and from theflkn.Broadwell .
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ti\\ commands very briefly a week after "because they wanted muchto on Olive Xtrwt between. Ev..rnlM, and -- -
1 b she reached her sister's side, not rise to the throb in her ,throat. Fern, lust .It'II h, a !place Mi I '... cli*..n & Moore

:':i t. even giving her his foreign address, "You are not enjoying' yourself! rooms. ; good eddy whuliMunm fitrnlnbpil foal ciiiifnrtMlrltthedn VERY .... TAX SALE: NO'r1CErouse .

Ly merely informing her that his valet, I here." uiodernU pilipw, are the o.n.o1a. Druggist* ,,...,. ,
Ihlaire, went with him. "Let ns forget his existence far a noun" Only; lliulteil number of room l Ix hereby given that the follow,. Icwrlbcd lancln-wlll bvvolili.. ,at. piihllik auction j
"A I told ran the letter, I aracanbe acvouiiiimlatiMl, 'i able hoard West Palm Beach, Florida i olllll"odayIb" Bret day nljitlv. /, IDoS, nt 10 o'clock a. .m. at the City Cuunrll Chamber, In 'I
week least.
you at \ a upeilalry, ; iI tae City) ol West Paint B:_' I. the Cnnnty of Dade,Ntxte ot Florida, or o mucb thereof J
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i "I am not yet ready to return ButI : "Forget!?" I MRS FF\NK DARLING aim wlllib nurvHHiiry to pay the mii''ollnt mine fur taxm to the unlil ilty.) for the year tllO-l.

I have asked you to precede me, that "Don't you understand, you love- \V<* will Rive mall order* prompt attentlonGRAFTED I herein Ret oppiiNlie to themes. together_ with C"MII_...of. tieli Hnle .alvrtlHlnM .
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twin brother u--' -- -- ---- -
you might ro'ei\'e my ly simpleton? He slid from the Ti" noJi\ '
i the fellow of whom I spoke at our table and caught her hands in his. NAME IU.Ol'" I LO'J' I !'huts. ) Total ,

last parting lie has turned up] j She wrenched them loose, staring' Mulgoba "I..t"I. It
f'f'I'j' greatly to my "surprise, and will be at him with \Md.e, horrified gnze. 2 UDDED Mangoes. .....N m'uuu.s 4.IMy -; ,ll If. Yfe Wt4 :ip i l ",
I.111111I0" II 4andwlLII iMl\ IFrxueis htI
1,' with jou tomorrow. Treat him "Don't look at me like that, Elizabeth. : 1' 8.1"101" .. .. II I'I 1 nod 1 I 20 I"' !t0 INII
kindly for sake."r ', You love it ? Largest Collection of Crotons in the United State!! Calais, Phyan Ina'}' P IHIIII'I/l1I ,, a 1:1.: 1:11"0,1: IV 4 ht IG 00 In 155.
my deny I
me. Why .1 IJ L,istlier. ,. a Ill 1 :i 14 1\ 11 1111 10 lt5 00 IYO I 8"
Next evening when "shaijiearil, ( ( thenewcomer's I'm rich, Elizabeth. Leave this thus, etc. All pol. grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock .] I; .11110"1' .. .a. III !//I1..t, K; of I'Ight.LNy. I 4). 17 muMr. (
the hall she on High Spruce Pine Lanrl. Address ,., I'A block ,. Yi 4"' I 112 111:11:
in grown
step stupid place with me. Let him scold A KIIIII"\ '", a :!:II \\I w i I I". 8 1"")
came ot:t, calmly gracious, to meet his parrot and his valet alone." JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm O nch Flu. .1)1;I..t'.lo It :11..101":' .Llaht.l'UNeu. a Wet'P" rte:::14: 10 a w."" I. 5
him. His resemblance!: to Paul she "Oh, you hhoul n't have said it; ..... L KII.lIu (laxus',.. _. 24 II w 14 1IIn! 41 M
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', found less marked than she had an- you shouldn't have said it !" she 'vvyvv'evvv' .w..w..w..YY.Tyy VVtyVtVVYVwYVVYV. I : Arrington .. .. a ::ST 9a 1n\ 405T

ticipated. This man was broad/ of cried in u harsh, strained voice. 1 Ovurge U hpual Cos. .. ..':: ': :: 0 I : ,r.h y: lu W lu :) --J, I

shoulder, deep of chest, with a well "That was all I had- self re- : . ", ... a i s sulSaud II w li I U OIl 1 k 1' a5 1'Ivhehmld. ';
my 0
.,,1 head and frank = SUMMER HOTEL CHICACO :: IV It Lell.n"ry... .,. ... a :ill 4 'v 14 lIln: 0 a5 r
poised happy? spect. I F ) / '". a 9a! 1 It' '14 It i0 100It :
Then she perceived that m :: ---- ---- h' :: Itnuu".lut'a.Uq! / \ .., 11:1: 1 nud e N 9 1 OIl too
He close that his
eyes. now ..
was so Ie K 111'"lIlIt .. a IUI I t GU 1jU!
features! height and general color- I breath warmed her cheek, his exult- HOTELt DELt Pt flDO 3 3A I l' P UoIulull'b' .,. ... .. 40. It". 5,4 JI.M. 1 tat '
I I'nknnwu- 41. 4 w t, +11:115: 41 50IA :
; s ; ing the similarity was exceedingly ant personality radiated power. She .lIw".t 4U 1" K.ndNN'tS- 19m1) II $0Ik'tti. '
; I striking He might well have been ('xrlhm 1, .. a 41 n e 1\(1\ II xuItnhert
grew faint with dread of him, that :: Iliirh-ClHMH: Family/; upd Transient\ hotel 1'1i.III1"I, U 5, '14 1:115: I 15I
taken for Paul, though the voice I ul.11sml11 I t: luocatvil liiauwti. \\.t.llIlIton: mind Maillm,., A. "+. Iron thin: oo the Midway : I I
;f ; it was fuller than her husband's and love have power to create in us. J UoulmuiU, ..tlJ'rnl liiK, the ..blcalfu I'nlvemlty. 5t ,S 11.11 ,.....,_, .. .a. 4j 1 w *\ l : far more resonant. 'Then from its spoiled city of Parlor and Bedroom. with Private Bath and: Board ror Two People, :2 IIIIrIlJk., ... 41 I .1 ,'I 15110 .1110 E I.I .
: I "" ..,I.Vim''", _.., ,,, a 41 1. 510 I'N'' ,1 1
e "It's good of you, Elizabeth'saidthe her better self rose blindly. from S30 to S40 per Week.Twclrundnutestrauluw 4 11.1111 Wll I Is.... ,., .. a .n Ae i 1M. 9e,. -l\.
pence Weelnv' t1'isdw .... la 1 e i: I a P nGn
stranger joyously, "to welcome She could not ask him to leave her. i & ..' ton'D viallllnoleCentral. Knllxvav :4 au J Frink;! : 'I:" : I AI' r ,5 t u5 "A'

,' i'' 'y the prrnhgal. I may call you Eliza- She had for the moment lost all II :: All trulni ti'p at na"d l St., lo which IIUKBIIHI' should lie rlii-ckcil. :* I Flu 1.111'0. ECIce! 1'.w11,t'n..., .. ".,. -- 54ice 411 III i34 fuuIsias. ,. amolhruyrutcrta'' TO Sat,Ni, n 1 00 toln111Ulwnltnll ,
lx>th I not ? I'm Beverly Van T6 10514da'rt '
may power of .speech, but she caught a BRADLEY MUSERVE. Proprietor4 Clnw'aadl 5 I ,
; know." I Mnrgnn.' .. "4. I t 15< t "Nil '
dermore, you carved ivory fan from the! mantel- J..hnV tk'"u.! i4 II and' 1 1 00 1 IIU
a Hid warm, strong fingers drew her :AAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAaaeaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.D. : I nervy, "enn.. .: 94 iU and l II l 4 4 HliUHI.hln..o )
and struck him cruelly '
i I piece heavily, "M' II" ., ,. Yn I 5 U.60 11 HO+
quickly to him, and he pressed on 1 across! the face a blow that made __ _ ._ ___ __ .. _. T ti s l 'itl';.'". : = 11n,1 e : (l N) : 116J"lin III;)

her lips an eager kiss. It was/ only him stagger) ( back from her. K I. nne.ell. I'o.t ....h. w'. lilt T.1 II 1'111\1I\ "'r :99149: :I I' 4\-It:\ ecica 0 00 5 ''MI ",' ,
y the joy of a returned wanderer, shed Then she found speech. W. FENT0N & 4@ 1- -
tire The l lot and Muck number Kfrrn above are gtamt In mfordnoce to the map of tile city of
told herself not seeing passion
"You're a coward I He's no Weal Palm Bench now on record In the oHIes' i.l the Clerk; or the tlrcittc (Court in and lisp f'.S'J
i, ate look of admiration which Beverly match for jou. That's the reason l>nct Comity, rtorlilo nnlvu oMk rwh..* .|...elft.*.. t i
a fastened on her lithe, rounded that 1 will never wrong him. lie Undertakers andEmbalm I Itiwmi my hand thin :teen day of May, A. D. ta1)S; ,. "

figure; as she preceded him to the trusted me-and you !" she added, s W W. IIKMMIK'KSOX, City Tn\ Collector.

If librarV.nd, indeed Elizabeth's with exceeding bitterness. .... .. ei's I ,
of the Juno com ---=::. ; 4RW
beauty. was type Beverly, wiping blood from his tllJm, tds' Early Risers I
: manding instant attention. face received the blow FOLE 'e1'
: very strangely. Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH F'LA
o She soon found there was noIr I) His eves slwue,as those of lov- l! ".c.-."-7a.eo"aah.nar..e!+, >fana. The famous little pills. M Mf

chance to be formal with Beverly. ers do who have been granted a ki",. m __ ___ -. -- --uu---- f 4

en He brought his dogs into the house I Iii action WAS stranger. He tore FOWLER BROS. & KING > $-2.59 Q! i.
ti t and romped all over the library with the covering from his right shoulder COCO

4 them, drawing; Elizabeth into the long red .
th exhibiting a peculiar\ I
MACHINE SHOP :
t l' of i game, teasing her and jesting with scar. ..... ,.:
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her. 'ro
to "Don't know that Eliza- J
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ALL KINDS LA HE fwd SHAPER WORK ,
fir a Daily they rode together, and beth? And here tho hole where of oS ..,... 1.

Ing +rj Elizabeth, putting l both past and future Ililairc epilleuMhat, acid on me." GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES 'S\\ ..... ,, .dx4 .
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to resolutely behind her, enteted "You-voif:- jitammored Eliza- FOR SALE Y.f

/ but t with all the delight; of a perfect beth. 'of, youaremadu": >
Near Perry Landing, Lake Front,
t did horsewoman into the joys of the ex- "Not mnd, you great; hearted FLORIDA iUJ
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NEST PALM BEACH,
wPk
awa K iiiUrating motion. beautiful woml1lOh! Elizabeth, -- :
t' yout Beverly's mount seemed often 'don't you understand? Why Elizabeth --- ------ -------- -- -L: \

,. rl laug i half horse, half tiger, frequently; you ore awfully stupid dear HELP WANTEDTO 11
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11 ness starting capriciously at a leaf and est I had no brother. I spoke of HANDLEGRIFFING'S
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writhing angrily gn the bit. myself of the man I used to. be. E-t
i Elizabeth watched her es- .
r Once as And a friend, a common servant, : twO
1 Chat'; cort' cool mastery over his terrified fairly dragged me into salvation.I'll Peaches and Cantaloupes i t)
mentP' and angered horse a voice whispered never be able to repay him. ::3 \o.f Z Q)

t in her ear: I I'm Paul Beverly Vandermore. Ituiuly: Mlmut' June Int. SOP acre IViioliea: SIN) 't., b .
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+ havejester' "Here is a man-the other is a Don't stare like that; you frightenme. Hurra We CHntitliMipai.noealluet! 4esws.l-eckhg.hwseoen t Crop)l :MthnnMtl I UMI enrm if P' 'A
whit and. se fukera and:: flelil whit.I
shadow. t |> awn *orenliirwl.
N fretful Listen, look!I" rtiMHl WHK*.. tI.sat healthy) plnoei lo .! ..:
your r" Beverly, who had now quieted the He dropped into armchair, let live. AYpIY.| *t''Mnic) *,xperU" >iio ti4iTha .= "9 )

"BefS black, glanced at her a. though ting his chest cave inward and his Gritting Florida Orchard Co, ;- : t't'Q' B
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r regal + reading her thoughts. shoulders slouch with feigned weak- ,..kc.onvIU.. ..... ,.. .
arnan "Are you thinking I'm not much ness, while he laid in impatient, O
careful like Paul?" querulous tones: O

It She started, flushed and answered "Give\ me my drops and got The GEO. HA8LEHURST & S SOU' if

laughir. quietly: carriage has been waiting this f
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k there areditferenceL"s I The transformation was perfect. Contractors and Builders .

s '"Should hope sol! If I were his Elizabeth half swooning, threw r. 1 g :.

zaet counterpart' IM bury my- elf into her hushand'l eager arm I f J '

} elf." -Clinton iangerfieldJn\ Town Top- P.O.BOX JOt NO 447-:UROIST :BED-SIZES: 4.S,3.6XQ3: zs :q
a''L'' "\0\1. are flaying in his house. ic. p

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