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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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 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
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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xD,,,,ANM'YIA nd, JNareOP/CA/eNAYoArA/aAi NAWa,3tubN.A.efeb.rl' /ItlRr;:) VO[a. xix.NO.95, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31,' 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS WHOLE.-- t RO. 155: .. lI i,, ill
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BIG SHOW NEGRO WITH, A CRASH COUNTY FAIR "

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.,', V:. '. ; John A. Peeler Seriously Injured Unfinished East Side Structure ", ,1\A::'

Beach Water Carnival I Draws Great Crowds to Monday fiiKhl. Will be Collapsed List Night. No Answers, the Cowardly Attacks of the Miami' Papers'


World's Famous Winter Resorts: Many Badly Disfigured.A ., (One-Injured.- /'" and Explains her PositioA in Connection '1

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Exciting ,Events.: serious cutting affray took place About seven o'clock last evening a '* With the Controversy.. 1 'M ;
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onthe ferry boat, as the ten o'clOclt' crash! was heaerd, which upon investigation '.;rF''r'' 'fi
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trip 'was 'Owing maile to the East SideMonday proved to be caused by the total .. .

i beautiful .woitber la attendant announce that, owing to1 the Inability I j !\ evening, ''I collapse of the garage near the end It affords The Tropical Sun a great weeks and, not hearing anything toe -f'I t I'

Jegatta ,flnya at Palm ,Beach I of the surveyors, to ,finish'the laying | Two northern negroes stopping am* of the bridge which was about completed deal of pleasure to state that the dissatisfaction wrote Mr. 'Morse to please return the ,

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> but little left to be daslred; In out of the course, in time for the first i I ong their race on the EastSide, had azd: already occupied ,by some of misunderstandings, in draft, at which' time the money was. a '-
been.engadcd In a gambling game on sentand: this! was about the early- .
to this the handicapping! for that race j I five or six automobiles valued at connection with the Dade County' Fair! .
lining when added per- rave ''
the West S'de: and' had been drinking part of October. 'Miss Llndley! paid
mblnatlon, the races on Lake was based:! upon five knots while the I quite freely, as a result of which they from 3B90' to $5,000. are In a fair way to b3 settled to the her \own express, charges, but made no ,

j stand' for success In everyf report of the surveyor; received after became 'boisterous and Indulged pro A': near y'lew- of -the- ruling shows satisfaction of all concerned. claim for same. 1

f the word the start of that race, showed the fusely In profane and obscene lang everyt1 ln .' flat oa the ground with the :ftfr. Blackman, the secretary and Third. Mess Lainhart and Dlmlck, a f ),, -1

the so' be only 4.50 knots In length. Accord- uage. A row resulted over one of the exception:t!j of! t a few timbers, at what )manaper/ spent Mo-day In the city, after writing repeatedly secured their r'1' : '-

|day waa so flue crowds ; ingly 'this race will be' re-sailed Friday negroes; refusing to divide the winningswith was formerly' the enda of the 'building'' and stated to The Trop'cal Sun that he premiums about Jane 10th and cantle i..
|and the boats so attractive In I\ morning at 11 o'clock.: the other. I who, i r
I and these alone, are ,still\ sta!:ding. had' conversed with these had expressed -I fiestas accompanying remltta' ce. But ?' f
|asslng to and fro, that one did I The second race was finally decided There were several ladles and gentlemen The bulMIng was of wood with a tile themselves as dissatisfied' and hy< had on exhibit!, some 25 boxes of la k ,y

s the abundant decorations of as follows: I on the boat at the time, and one roof, the weight of .which, It H all matters In' connection with the unpleasant -I fruit' which was sold by the Fair Ma- I !. : 'i
The Regatta Committee on the, report -,j of the latter Mr. J. A Peeler trW:! the bad satisfactorily
fts which was a dominant feat- : thought, had much to do' with causingthe Incident been I jnagement, and as Mr. Lainhart wrote 41 1
of the sub-committee, stationed ', negroes that said language!; must be accident. It bad also been constructed arranged Among other matters repeatedly: for ,a settlement atjd} could { }
last regatta. Then too,
season's at the knot mark, dlsiuil.'flcs! the stopped, as there were ladles abord. oil freshly filled ground and meftjoned by "Mr, Blackman was that get no replies,. I took the matter up.i ;+
pity gowns which were seen Simplex in for not having .left the the of a and he saId that this
This Interference on part rushed to completion' so as!! to be ready of'premiums, with Mrs. Byington and will say for zf 4
touch of color extremely ef- stakes at that pblnt) on the Port hand I white man brought on a renewal of the for use thfa.seaeon-' ', : r'Wtether ''- ,paper had to some extAnt m'srewe-' the benefit\ of those who think the matter -; I 1 b

|while most highly''pleasing, i as required by the racing Instruction vile language, and finally one of the S.i?y 'or 'kH} 'pt t',:thesscausesr : send the management In stating that| tnlsrepresented, that no statement, I.d%
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The first prize Is accordingly awarded a large kn'fe/ 'and. dellI '( 1 no'effcr had bean mads'1:; : to' )secUre promlunr -,ihMfeyefibe l.ec orlthe' 'i "I e
drew Tultiiiilii.'it: ,
eral electric\ launches with negroes orubinedixada Ytbltig'to' J4. t lTthltl( ,, !!. :. ; yr""d, .
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'were soon' to tTopaygAtprotest ",iemple4Iftl! by t heratelp "made ''ti'i-sweepilig' i.qMI will\ probably'''be learned by today's litvestlgatlo'is. '? from.'Vest"'PalIh"Bcah'buslJlnes :- rWaVB1Setti> !$: E\D\ e my a '. I Icu.eatlon
artlea aboard to be I Mr. Sutphen was not allowed as the I Peeler The blade struck Mr. Peeler The loss by damage to men. tt was shown .bv Mr. Bla'ikmnn of bad management and If ;' q+ '', i

here, a picturesque grouping bane I boat was not entered under his name. I Ion the right sVIe; of the face, just above automobiles 'and the building! which that foil the, past three years efforts there Is another name for doing bus 1- r I

twenty laupches terming, by The signal for the race of the morn- ,I the corer of the eye, cut the nose was a large one will probably be $30- have bepn made to secure pre- i ness this way I would be glad to have r

Jrrangement In parallel lines, an I Ing-the ten mile race-was responded i open almost the whole length and 000 or .more. The names of the owners miums frr>m"th's'.end-bf'' the county, it, for I do not wish to offend. f t ''+

|r passing boats to pass through |: to by boat No. IS, the Carita, spurting I j split the lip wide op'n, Thetbone\ of of the automobiles cou4! not ,be hurt: such efforts have'proven fruit1 ,ss. i If Mr. Blackman will! peruse the.art;"- '

|n going up or down the lake. I Ie across the starting line like a flash 'I the nose and face was considerably learned last night. It was a deplorable This correction js made in justice to cle In' the Tropical Sun under the cap-

the runes did not start ,, of golden' sunshine, her green and yel- j, Injured and the wound will cause a accident, Just-.at this time of the.. Mr. Blackman, and in connection with f on "Who Is To Blam a little more i, '.

((3y at 10:30: o'clock' In the fore- :: low hull, with the wake of dashing i disfigurement for life. Mr. Peeler also. season but 'fortunately no lives were the statement if I Is onlv .fair' to th's' closely he will discover that I made -

|he delay was of only so fow i| foaming waters inaugurated the races, 'received several other cuts about the lost, as the hour at which the accident paper to say that the statements were! DO criticism whatever cf the ''Miami

that it might be laid of the at their very commencement; with at- face and on the arm, a-d altogether ,happened there was no on, In the publl h"d from the best authority merchants, that belr-g simply a corn't ai''

i of the customary country I tractlvencsa. Swiftly and clean cut : was quite badly used up. building. I.t: will probably be rebuilt\ available. ment by the editor. *

escrlptloa of a wedding< that t the Carlta made her first turn and as I| Other passengers came to Mr. Peel- In a more leisurely and substantial While It Is to be hoped that the controversy As for the Metropolis! stating "This .{'

tly at the appointed hour" the she sped along the other boats got I' er's assistance, or 'h all probability manner next summer but for this season I will be dropped now. and that caps the climax" I believe Mr. Dlmlck

mmenced, v ( ready fcr their handicap! atari. These he would have been! killed. After landing the, automobiles will have to b\\I everyone wlH.' (tlnlte: In making the I and 1 have done about as much) for the

was no lack of entertain next boats were No. 9, the Allon, and on the East S'de attempts were housed In.;West Palm Beach. l npproachlnq''fair: a success, the fol- advancement and development of :!( '' :-

or those grouped on Vat Royalna No. 18, the Baby Bullet. The Alton, I! made to arrest the negroes and a free II lowl 1"1I; communication from Mrs. I Dade County as the above piper' or 1( ( '

wharf, for the tmt.ViraUun! in her start cut across the very bow j fight ensued! the negroes! fighting -desIperntely When buying 'Your souvenirs don't" Plm'ck, which was' received, yesterday editor and:! will coment JKJ further on ;' E ".

bers.of launch parties was tng ''of the Baby Bullet as the turn at"the aDd one of them using his forget the-Old Soldier, who has the afternoon, is published for the reason that. JZ,. i 1t .

| and the dashing la and out I first white flag was made and from knife freely. In the mElee Mr H. W. largest and most attractive stock in ,that that lady, ta the author of the I I think Mr. Blackman Is aware that till r i

Bttranca! of the basin .by motor | certain vantage points it,l olted' as jf j t I Seward rece'ved several! knife wounds town. Palms Block. 'tf article signed "One Whop' Knows,"' la I have given' a good :deal of my timeto

f all classes' Immediately corn- she had crashed; Into her opponent, but i stout the head a>'d 'was roughly hand- i entitled to a ''hearing after hav'ng I assisting the Fair In this end. ft the ,'', .

attention. In an Instant she was seen to be free led until holp arrived an>J the assailants How" von C'III'wet"' Kond prltnina(; reiet I been so basely flnif cowardly attackedby county, and Mr. Blackman seems to ii:f, ; i
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|to see these speedy boats and clear of Baby Bullet\ and southwardalong fairly were overpowered an'd one of i fnr t< *i per Ji1'ln.' :, Bus nn. ael'onNew some of-the Miami pApers I have overlooked the fact thatMr.Dlmlck '

i from a stationary condition leaping ahead In the race them taken Into custody. The other Fr Pule .tl'75 r per !of"lInn.a./1 Mr. and Mrs. tHmlck are among the went to Miami last -year" and. u 1 q

Mea< Spurt,, as It to soar away the course. escaped and avoided( arrested until one ipnl'on rAW linseed nil At 70 to 7511 J very oldest residents In Dade County, I spent most o( the week assisting Mr I

i tasin. at a rate that looks like I Following} them No. 1, the Shadow, yesterday: morning. After being ar- and, you bnve, two .trnllunt, of ,the bar from a point ot citizenship, and: few |i EH's In the Citrus fruit department,

neclt speed and as it almost and' NO. 16, Dorothy, entered Into the rested, the negro attacked Deputy paint nidiTe. Try It We guarantee n'!ople In Dade CouJKy have done and Jut: Mr. Blackman In mentioning those t i E
and the first event was with a Martin a-d that officer 'had a are doing more'for the advancementrf who gave him "Valuable Assistance";' l
fly: thej.:\\ would crash Into an- race ShelfC PHI(i-f'ctinn. I A M. Patter Fhnirun ,
jjont causes the new onlooker an spin of twice around the white flagged bard tussle and was finally compelled BIIII.lInllV..t Paint" ; B."oh I the county's" Interests, while none maVes no mention of this fact.' !'

aneous sensation of awe which buoys apd\ back to the starting .point. I to.--shoot the negro to save his own souvenirs star'1' higher 'In the estimation of the A great deal of stress ts laid upon ''i' h'$ !, ,

|rome with a feeling-' exces- There were six boats In Class C. en- 1'fe.' Tho wound Inflicted by' the officer When buying your don'ts|' peonle. the fact that the north end: of the t S3exhibitors.

''ef when It la seen how quick- tered for this race, all taking part with I was from left to right through forget the Old Soldier, who has the 'Yrs, Dlmlck's statement is given county won many prizes. We beg !

otor boats are 'handled by the the exception of the Coo. I the lower part of the body, and is largest and most attractive stock In herewith: pardon If we transgressed! upon any

\ the engine and the man at the The' time made by the boats and the serious 'wound, although not neCeS- town. Palms Black tf Editor Tropical %Sun: tody's:: private preserves for we pre- ;k

In at ,the sarily fatal.Much f. eumed such prizes were open to all '
order' In which they came CnmminvsCleniatis'ave Please allow me apnea to reply to a' .
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were any number of these line !Is given in the first para- : excitement prevailed all day { tf few acrimonious 81t10nSJ1Ppearlng' ,
startling. 'nppnftte hank '
tratlons yesterday at the lake yesterday over the o-currence, and .. In The: Metropolis and the Miami News I will say my reason for writing ;i'' f
pud each one received Its full graphs. ugly remarks were beard In Various Fair and '"One Who Knows" u"dpr a Non de
Commodore A. D. Proctor arqica\ Biltmorr: C'eAm Brand well & Mnore relative to the Dade County a i1
r Plume was that therecould be
merited attention: / quarters no ex-
III., I "One' Knows", and I will answer I
Simplex Wbo
fiouaoboat the owner of the .motor boat After the unfortunate occurence Mr. ( ruse for dropping the matter becauseof
Everglades held of the day, HOME i SOCIETY. First The young lady winning' theprize
CHILDREN'S
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of the second race "
ling( position of the flotilla of winner Peeler\ was brought across the lake to of Palm I "A woman. Now I think the Metropolis .
of the mornIng This society chartered by the*State essay Miss Dev '"It,
d boats and walt with hal-: added: much to the delight the city office of Dr, C. M, ;Merrill\ receipt'of her and the News as well aa Mr.
gay such Immediately on
and"
the Simplex off on a I officered by leading citizens; Beach
open! and cables carrying sign by' sending' where he was glV'*'! surgical attention the'prl awarded by Blackman belong to the Class; "WhoDon't .
spine over the men as Hon. D. U Fletcher! and Gen certificate, e being
galore. The auxiliary motor number of {'Impromptu and made as comfortable as possible, Know" and as for my part I
Blackman givingher .
FloridaTimesUnion wrote Mr. '
the number
W. Wilson editor <<.. '
salted was g'ayly decorated In lake. after which he waa taken to Ma homein after waitinga have, no apologies to offer hope good
has Its object to place name! and address
seemed to be every as
and The Simplex Jefferson At last reports 'will come of this "Tempest In.a: tea-
national color and flags, I the DloC\C\! the homeless children of the State reasonable length'of time wrote him
t carrying large ofen where., tblalornlns he was .eating as com- I pot" and I leave it to thajpublle! to
a party swiftly cutting; in home 'where such children will be airaln, still no reply to either letter, "
Sho couldj be seen under the existing Judge who Is right. ,r
to possible "rtpt-:
and tre fortably as, > ,
Owensto
of than welcome. In the two !! then she asked her uncle Mr. '
some years
-channels, more
nal her way along the | ''Jt la believed thatIf : (Signed) MR3. EjJJN 'DIMIcuc. iw
circumstances, at.ft ,
and
correct( results"of and too., between the j lot Its existence It ,has cared for more write;; which.he did ard getting no
a on the races were given,outhour them quite narrow no serious complications develop hey'than sevepty-flve children. It Is dependent reply he- then Wrote his friend.\ Mr. --- ,
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boats ete'nn.mingei
last night, aa follows;' various :on Ihe would be seen on' a will be cut in a few days. upon the voluntary contributions Hall Superintendent of Education flsk'ting ; Wheels for rent 9-ij-tr

73 OS1 RACES 'TUESDAY. \ t witha It Is to( the credit of our home of the charitable people of the him I\to' try and get the premium i
abrea .
southward,, keeping > la nowy \ Tnt.- Sorlnga mineral
spurt that they were water. Broadwell'
to say 'i
JANUARY 30, Ice negroes work ts this date 'the premiumhas
southward over the State for/'support, and the ($3)) but tap to "
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racer, headed and the fact that they & Moort'l -;
: 1'01 be run over Friday course Implicated, carried on b'y a State Board a Superintendent 'mot been received by the young ./" '..- .
? cCClrse( then suddenlythe of ,
February outspoken In their detestation w
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2nd at 11 o'clock. the Simplex and assistants as the work lady.
race--rirat t.. .Topsyf: second, would be" veered seen dashing and northward the violators of the law Is also to demands. "' To' 'help, local advisory I Second. Miss Lindley! the young Photographera'Suppllesconsisting

pntwy.P would be In That ; their credit. boards should be organized In every 1 lady, who' won ,the prize for water of Kodnh from $:1: to fx and

r ',-Flnt? "23;'. second, abreast with; ; at racer going and with THE NEGRO DIES. town in Florida. There la one in this colors wrote Mr. Blackman repeatedly Films for name. Also' a .z.mplr.e"aI' ;{;

direction over the course the Sim- Late yesterday afternoon the negro clty,-wlth Rev," F. W. Weatherwax as up. to the,first! of Ifune, at which time anitlpescot1at4ASc, +uvGirPhltel'I' 'Card.:"' ) e

eommtjt6e wa late in eloetng every' appearance( as though who was shot through the abdomenby president, 'and Mrs. .Qeo. Potter ai she went toI>*Latd, FlaV'receiving Ilenclqnnrtera for developing and fiule9;'' ;

beratlon; 'bolus' >delayed by a plex were In the,race. at the wheeln4"'qspa.hanclle4 Officer ,Martin died In the city Jail.or treasurer, Parties Interested ,, In. ;the,: ,110 flplllesand'* t\u'iu! leJftrattirki' .tUxV ishli.p.Ipf. a."altll1'J'1. : RJEfRelllel'j"bfr;
Commodore Smith waa ) waheMssopit : 1 ,: -}'''- u.re' ,"
atloll of the first race and the the engines. The work can hand s.heir'namea'or-eohtrtr"' d'Psl.'rtdJ1I/; V ( fhe r1-,4v';'} ,h e. t a' Jielltplei ns
acd,' << \ i.uH; : 'neat; :
It bUtIO "( .'eltheri: 1--\1" Cat""sarq.4nr)xqJTppitend1fllially.r) elvjl -t '
''float t'r r} S1J'1plex lit had 'red' 'flag lat her bow, SaleSmaU..IMbteen'oot {,to ; \ It akeSE,1l.th1e II8aIIOt1! "'
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e was ..practcally ,noall. '''stripe crossing thered motor l"unl.'bwItJrbond. _- Mrs.'C.: S.Ianey'DiaG! : /b;,bl: \ what ,ourparted'< be .1&.ddtl'ft'dn1Mr : '
ter end.! a:,;diagonal white 'F B.'Mbrlie > tft'eaniouOJt \' ;(n tai!. ea4rTe'Jm! llnkeli; and'6tIiet.' e +
will fb hftife
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run again : 3. .,
blue stars on the I v ]Jtri TAW 1i c''j'.112DUn'll :::1 '
with Fi '
be wen field",, three! 'l cjl-j-fltij\ yyropefst .' waslbroriadtty'eedit''sto4bdrrMplae'fort ,:VaVery products Arer.3tlatda'by\ bakers '
the I (
{jbjr following ,no- j ,
aQ white\ tripe;:at her'stern was a llk- .1 0 cub: B M. Putter. YlatlolI'Bul1dlllg.rl Hartford tiiresLYjl l 4 f},C19.'fJt' It
out by J two finished la their profession U.N .
about
ten, committee:: J *"' "* ''," ( RU fn 1. ;) I Cumllllllg. /g, .tyt payment ,and after -waiting I'z
eatta CotltttlR:: "sSbeatresinha. .,.)"; CMrNu" IJ ''hi.- f Jc '

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JI r\ THE TROPICAL SUN. THIR- HACB.-20.70 MILES. Interesting Facts Ihl I. th. .Justly' Celebrated

1: First: "2i: ." George Olagras owner, THE
I I: Pioneer,P./..' .) Dodo County.;: Florid!* About FloridaFlorida's .,,. AGMK, HARROW
-1 1 hoUr, 8 mInutes, 53 seconds, corrected ;
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: PablUbud- livery Wdticudar and SamrdayT time. ,,'' I Every tlpl.to.ttJ': !; !I'II'!, '.Mr''l">uI.t 1 hvoontVe H rtj i iOnoHoraa >biur'pa
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if', liT weal PALM IAOM.. 0".0 COUNTY. rLOKID* Second: Comet, T B, Rolling, own : acreage I U.,37,931.520.Florida' : ? 'S1zoG. Cultivator.

(tt r" PKICB:, 3..O 0.PElt TEAR.( '' er-1 hou'r/i::J X tniHiitea, ':U ueoonda.corrected \ \ baa 'an. area, -of 69,208 aiuaremrfea. '::; :
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I ..' In the first race Coo .and Dorothydial "Florida, has 1 1'.050,088.acre8. of land'in ,
I, )!. i ,j Tropical Sao PolishingComp'y. > k ( :, S
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", .'; 1 CHAS: B. KENDALL Maoagar .. '" la the get-ond ..race possum, The Florida produces ,er greater variety of to MenVIVwrei ,/4.,'
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I .-aterert n the poumfflc- ot W...t ,..... B,-.ch Limit, and WesirfU. ;dldf pot ttnl..H.Ifl fruit, 1 Vegetables and,farm crops thananyiOthdr'State'lntbe'Union

''j i i U ..".cl..". the third race:?"Mercedes, U. S. A. ,' "
I ,ft,; m.nar.Y ." ,
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was lncapacltated/elmpat"at tho very :
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r' __._ .- -- .Florida's average death rate per
I i ;:isi:',: start and Six'.Bhooter'me4a'similar) tboueantt"Js1 only 1089. \ ;!'prepared{to fit you ID a

'I t i,,, t r Opening Events eicporlenco later oil In her run:Counted. Florida: !Is, the'teaI,bunting and fish "
Those two faat'bpats! ;T'IO .
ing State east 'r.\he., Mieslaelppl'rher,! SUITOR "eY
Show
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1r, Of. Big, upon' as afrordln8! :much eporf. and Florida has a.greater\ \.. extent of seacoast .* ?

,I i'I making thi's race atlll m!>rs.J jnterestipgtllaz than any other State..,. ,
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Continued, bum P.{ I It was, a* these two mqtor.boats. L Floj'ida,' has forty-dya!I.railroads! ;lneIudlnB.tttebrahevhatid I 5,. ',y 4
'
-- are very apsedy! Mr. Bowden'; : owner ; lumber bade.
pt Mercedes, tJ, S. A being: very afrxlova '' : TROUSERS ,
Old Glory. Florida, la {be' only. ) Stat; In" he, .1i
i' en to shove. that i's',, boat ."'aa en- Union 'reducing'
"
: apdngetfj ia'l'iI'W'OTth
c 'The guests'of Commodore Smith to suit presPiitMI b4'CHlllons '
tlrely/'lu the: vrtnningglaee..
million dollars
a'year.
it w
-nalj a t''Florida
., .,
Fleet 'W.
Smith .
1, were: Captain. Morton "' Js'leaS 1'oj.ulnr! Pritfj
of
J subject to extremes ,
DIXIHLCOr14IyTZ' !' Pi'Ice bf,hove, tnt horse cii'lfi* f 10.0W,' delivered, at
i' j 11 r' of the'Lkrchmonb Yacbt'Club; Mr.iBJ.J. THE ( temperature than any other Stare .lo.- your ,lnti ]
-
I ., WliteutiforcirpuyHrprices
Wehav'HoltifrHlz.
I. ) t. "j
Mr. Ed. of New : '
j,, ; Schroeder, of New, York City; owner Schroeder Vqrk the Union '

,, x' of the motorboat Dixie; Mr. Herman City who has been here for several, Florida. leaJS..all other States,as .A

i t j4l tpt, Broesel, Jr., of New York: City, days wlrtf that at The hIs Breakers famous! motor;. has boat received! Dlx a resort for 'tourists and bealth seekera.Florida HRTS H t hett-DaCarnara Hardware Co C ]I
has variety
greater of
};, owner of the record making motorboat has arrived at Jacksonville. than; any other a State. !,in, the Union.trees. Neglige .Shape Soft Hat ': ,West. PaJm ..Beach,,'Florida

r Bunny and 'Mr. Albert A. A. Silt Manager. Fre
ber, of Jacksonville. intliualastlc over the regatta and Its cane, tobacco, rice, pineapples ,'oranges:

I' All the race boats" here were aeey' 1 Buoceqa\ ; Immediately' set "'In motion grapefruit, .guavas; peaches.' plums, You; are at a' lose' sometimes ,

ti, out on the lake and all the electric the machinery that will ;bring. tee/ lemons, pecans, limes, figs, grapes. t.o- to know what to l bu.1'lU.

I launches were called into requisition. Dixie here today.The matoes-In fact a varied assortment of know 'howfverr thAt you

h'r' Among some of the boats, noticed fact that the Dixie will be In the crops and :fruits; many wh'ch\ can want,the 1 latest. We (lave JtUltKIIAKUT'S Palm Beach, Jan 18, lone.
were:' The Sanlbet, the Rosalind, races: Is the best kind of good news toall not be successfully grown farther north 8 :

b Y uma..' Everglades, Norway Algiers. Interested In the regatta. except !In hot houses. them.Wbitennd. T.gARE;

'' Crete, Japan, ,Sweden, Malta, India, Florida also produces. : kaolin' which WE IT

I F' Amber Jack, Harriett, F. J. Budd Algiers ENTRIES FOR TODAY'S RACES, ia' produced superior to any other

Westwlnd and Uaadllla BEGINNING AT 11 O'CLOCK.
4, 'The party of a dozen photographers CUSS D.-10 MILES, 11 A. 'M. pay to manufacture i It Into ornamental

and press representatives were given I bricks. SHOESi
,
b A No. Name., Name. authorities ,proposinuf to restrict !
', the use of the electric launch Algiers' Rating,, ,. Florida produces phosphate and WHEREAS The are / and

and many excellent snap shots of the ,,19. Leary, Alex. J. Goocle . *' aluminum; and gypsum that will run for J..o. Women and' Children. regulate the manner in which OaHoliue I'ujlll Iw hniiillnd 1,

t', starts, finishes and events of the races4J 10. Coo, F. M. Rice' . . ,.. ..69.20' 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Also We wlHh to state that in conformity with the proponed tree

15. Carita, John Clarke. ... :. .,.6223: it will be for Mr. Consume. to' wind
were taken. a .superior quality\ of white cement, In lion necessary you upon."
i :1'h Jr./! ; 'Along the wharves and docks, the 9. Alton, Tyler Morse; .".. . 0064 well adapted for ornamental tile brick. with time sufficient to tnHtil: Ulf to'pl'ucure'It''' from our' limit and!

"ff sea wall and the bridge, there werehundreds 12. Baby Bullet, O. F. Pa-Jdlaon..00.70: Florida abounds In Immense depositsof The Sirkin Comp'y deliver It'to your house or boat direct na in tin instance ore we nlj
if' 10. Dorothy, F. M. Sperry., . .61.92
the phosphate I
of spectators viewing rock. ...
stoie
A ,lowed 'to biive It even: TEVU'QUARILY on our prenilsrs.Kindly :,
ei ,, :: r 1 races while as many more were out In 1. Shadow! Geo. E. Andrewe .'.,.G4.90 JeH'erxoii Block leave your orders for Gasoline At the store iu time t lit|
;,. chartered 'boats 7. Blanche, C. S. Coggln. . (C512
Smith.68.40 Tate Springs; mlner l water. Broad West Palm Beach. Florida serve you without inconvenience to your..lvl'lI.
4. III Proctor
Simplex ,
L f: 1 The auxiliary, Amber Jack .was used well & Moore.
"
t I as the headquarters for Mr. Theodore 17. Possum H. L. Wllloughby. .0860 -

Wells, chairman of the regatta 2. Topsy, II. R. Sutphen.. . ..(C9.00 L. W. BURKHARDT.'
; 'IX,
ITCH RINGWORM.H. FINEST GROCERIES
committee, From her mast top floated I 111. 20th Century I* T. Pettee. .(i9.10 -

a'pennant-ta, green, red and white 14. The Limit, B:. C. Thompson. .69.28 T. Lucas, Wlngo Ky., writes; N, 8. Oct our new prices on Hay drain and Feed. ]

,. bunting with; the letters "R. O.' 13.' Westrell, C. I* Hill..70.80 April 25", 1902: ";For' 10' to 12 years. I FOWLER BROS. & KING t3St will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books

:Aboard the Amber Jack were: Mr. 3. Mercedes, H. L Bowden75.04 had ,been afftlctGl! with a malady 0: ,

Theodore D. Wells Mr. Ernest, Ser-, 6. ";23! ," George GIngras ., .,75.30 known as the'Itch. The itching was MACHINE SHOP

I rell. measurer; Mr. RIchanJ P.. LnI ,. Comet T. B. Collins..81.49 most unbearable\ ; I had tried for

+ clair; starter; Mr. S. M. Butler, and E. Six Shooter, R, D ChapIn. ..83.GO years( to find relief, having tried all SPECIALTY

Mr. J.. 'C. Kerrtson, timers; Commodore 18. Bruiser: James K, Clarke. .... remedies I could hear of, besides a' ALL GAR K/NDRof ENGINE LATHE RfPHHS and A SHAPER WORK

I, J. H. Allen, referee; Mr. Q. O. \ number of doctors. wIsh to state that
CLASS C,10 MILES. START 2,SO P. M.
h' Butler, and Mr. J. E. Schaefer, record- one Blngla application. of Ballard's GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR
No ,Name. Owner. Rating
Snow Liniment cured .
J ers and Captain. C. B. Glfford of the me completely i
19. Leary Alex. J. Qoade': :. .. and Since tl
Amber Jack. permanently. then, I bave t I
10. Coo, F. M. Rice:. ... :'. . ..39.20 used the liniment two SALE "
: ', "ExBftly at 2.30 o'clock In the afternoon on separate occasions '
II ::1 the first of the two remaining 15. CarIta, John Clarke..52.28 for ring worm and It cured
: 1 9. Morse.,60.54( Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front,
\ Allon Tyler
,
25c
t I'r;;, I races commenced, the start of each completely. 50c and $1.00.
12. Baby Bullet, G.; F. Paddlson..60.70 Sold by A. G. RIegel.
,boat being filled with. Interest. .
This was the fifteen mile race in 16. Dorothy, F. M. Sperry,;,.,". .,.61.92 WEST PALM BEACH FLOIUD.h

1. Shadow, Geo. E. Andrews. ..64.90 GET IN LINE
L which the boats in Class B were entered A beautifully finished new a li p. two ___ h __ _. _

+ 'i'' 'M those entered being: No.7, CLASS E, 15 Miles, START 3.30 P. St.No cycle enginetbrnttle, -"halting: spark dry with other wise people if you would make yo..r own Thanksgiving. Voi

f I Blanche; No. 2. Topsy; No. 4, Simplex Name Owner.. Rating. base, water jacketed Price >fioo At never do a wirer thing than the starting) of a bank accouut Aside from

III.; No. 11, 20th Century; No. 13 I 7. Blanche, C. F. CoggIn . .6S.12) Putter's Flatiron Building West Pam frugality of such a tcp, you will maud better in your own e-timatloii and la''"

h Westrell; No. 14, The Limit and No. 4. Simplex III, Proctor Smltb. ..G8.40 of your ansoclHtes.' For details us to the ease with which you cad ilutj

17. Possum. I 17. Possum, H. L. Wllloughby..C860( account call atThe

f The four boats In Class A, which Topsy, H. R. 'Sutphen..69.00 !Headquarters ., Dade County State Bank, West Palm Beach, Floridaone
entered for the last race, twenty I
were
11. 20th Century L. T. Pettee ..,69.10 of soundest Institutions in'the country.
for all kinds! of crw'e! material and wraps i.- CERIEg 1 :
miles, were: No 3, Mercedes, U. S. A.;
14. The Limit, H. C, Thompson.,09.28 for fruits and .
vegetable: Have also]
No. 5, Six Shooter No. 0, 23, and
;
IA oCv
13. Westrell, C. L. 'Hill.... .. ?7080 jnsl received a large "npi ty of orange
c No.8, Comet. This started at 3.30
3.; Merce s, H. L. Bowden. ..7504 crate niHlerlitl Est Coast Lumher'and
o'clock and its conclusion ended the F. C. BELDEN CO
t k ; C. "23." George Glngraa . .,7530 Supply Company '6 3w
events on the racing program of the
1 8. Comet, T. B. CqlHrs... . 81.49 '

> day.The 6. Six Shooter, R. D. Cbapln. .. .83.GO J. E. Itardwkk: the well known ......, ''
U t p boats entered in yesterday'sraces Florist and Souvenir Deals r'
Nc : their 18. Bruiser, James K. Clarke. ... grocer, went .of the!. rMilto:..l track, t b
together with respective .
,
fine line ,
displaying of granite, kitchen

i number,, and their owner's, were" : For Sale Bain., wore. Read 'bis, advertisement. else.where .. CUpID 1S11DAPPER large I leaned the old Hllllor Store In the Zit,., monk mid win ol"n| np wlll .emu Ilwd l I
tt 1. Shadow, Cant. Ceo "Andrews.

trl 2. Toy John C; King. A food pacing business; centrally located DRIVER Christmas Goods, Postal Cards and Souvenir Spool

r 3. .M -cedes, U. S. A., H. L. Bowden. Also nice residence. Will sell CROUP. .
aa lOOn as they can !net their KIM di In place' I
4. Simplex, III., Proctor Smith. to-xetber or
sepnrn'e Begins with the symptoms of a com
.; { ; 5. Six Shooter, R. D. Chapin. Arldr. "' "Darll'IIln mon cold; there is chilliness sneezing And handles the r..lnM In smart fnHli- Valuable Presents Given Away Next WeekCull
inn ItH bin delight to IMIHII our
+ 0. "23," George E. Gingras.t 2-20t rrrr Tropical Sun, City. sore throat, hot skin quick pulse, delivery! at gun slung New Y ol"'.. : and ME. ths.n.Lowrieys .
'
: 7. Blanche, C. S. CoggIn. hoarseness and Impeded resp'ration. tints ID (liHtrtliiilour

t'' wk 8. Comet, T. B. Collins. Blltmcve Cream, BrnnrUell & Moor Give: frequent(:) small doses'of Ballard'a Candies in Box and Bulk

9. Allan, Tyler Moss. Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry Choicest on Earth Groceries

i'' 10. Coo, F. M. Rice A Tragic Finish. for It) and at the first sign of a croupy I tii tlioHf who Ini7' them, ,

11. 20th Century; L. F. Pettee. A watctitrmtTft neglect: pcrmlitfil .leak cough apply frequently! Ballard's SOW! Ll'IMH nil inlfP HIII'w) will) have ...................................e........s.III"
I'' 12. Biby Bullet, a F. Paddison. in the Liniment to the throat'Mrs. him ..llIlIp nt door in hour
(wrest North fire dike, which 41 j your nn,
13. Wesfrell, C. D. HilL hillt'.. finger could'I Imve slopped, in he- A. Vllet. New Castle, Cola, tnilflivu your purchMcI i J. E. HARDWieK
+ v' 14. The Limit H. C Thompson. conic a ruinous r>ra*, tlr province of Ho'.land: In like niHtiner -
q, 15. CarIta. John S Clarke.
lard's
HOl'shound.Syrup a wonderful
r; 10. Dorothy, Wm. II. Sperry. permltttd Kenneth a'little McIv".ofV"nl'.horn.cold' t" tin imno'lcfd remedy and so pleasant to take." FABER BROS.' i Groceries and Family Produce

17. Possum, H. L. WHIoughby. until n trHKKHiiimh w"ia only nv-r'rd hy Sold by A. O. Rleg l. Market and Grocervman .....
Dr. King'* New Discover He write : : fc i _At Living Prices.
FIRST DECISION. WFST PALM REiCH, FLORIDA .
I 'Three doctor Rte me up t" dl. of "
(Afterward changed as above.) luna inflsmmxlion. curd by n neiflect- B M. Potter, agent! 'for Mnp 4. Amerl- Just Opened Up a Large Invoke of
ed cold ; hut Dr. King' New DU'covery cus,' Amn"VIIIOII & Tomner's
CLASS C. saved mY li'e" Gunr"nieed "belt cough Pxiniem, and ll..mll"lmpurted Peruvian Pleasure Boat "Tattler"For i EXTRA FINE GRANITE: KITCHEN{( WARE
FIRST RACE-10.35 MILES. sad cord: i'ure. at sir druggim: joe. and KUuoo. Fiat Iron Bullring "
$i oo. Trial hotUe free. I -1' .
First: Alton, Tyler Morse owner.38 .- :E-a'ire :'' Clematis "'1. Itsilrnate
Putter, at the Plat Iron Bul! liii Avenue '. ? ? .Jmt West, of
< ,
minutes, 3 seconds, corrected time. carried This',hn lt'U mtxilln o.b", i fur Mr '
Second: CarIta, John Clarke ow er... Leave orders at Potter's Flat Iron .. II full! line of fAhiait! tackle' fInd am t'.. .."k ..i>moiilli, CRH bin uitnbl. >lor i> inane by. ..............................................."

1 44 minutes, 37 seconds,corrected time. Building: for Battle. gasoline and munition.Burkhardthsli. .i 0.0.pntljrovuih: Bmihm'i tnc Gtoceiy<1 'foriurticu14rs| tnny r.YOLmUONiYAftDT .

kerosene ; .
r delivery JaOtf
Third: Dorothy F. M. Sperry, own : / "
err 4.1 minutes, 48 seconds, corrected .nomclliing to say aboutRasollueitn R 0 OItOItOItOItOlto..o ItO 0ItOItOItOItOIlt)1II01ll01ll01ll01ll001ll01ll0eo.OIlO;, ,

time. AtlardLot another'colunin that sill/ In- ,. o : 0
? tv'b''onlErs. Our*. Ortld| Prevents Pnaunoala.
Ii 'i 3 Fourth: Shadow, Oeo. E. Andrews, of trouble to contend with, spring\ frnm I I erert Reid it.
I a torpid liver and blnckitdtd ,b'wela I G. G. Strohm
own8r.-55 minutes. 38 seconds, cores -- ,Company
untosa awaken _them '
yon to their
rected'tlme. proper I nrlnh( N "
action with Dr Klnll'.N..w LI'vfPII1AI; niHunnf WtyiVHltu., /Hcntlutlint I Imi q
Ibe lvaa and hai-o tf) mpnlrur ..t. lo..a.. cluck .
!
t> olct most effectivy.ure Wild
CLASS: for eneli-y.to Hi your ..v". ,with ni rtiilvii. in 'I
Constipation They prcventAppen- a\eiliu"thhif| yiuimir F1\MILYGRe: : sRIES
SECOND RACE.-IS,625 MILES. ,
diciiift;: sod tone up the .Iy.torm. :ajc at want In In, Tina Ia.tot.I H "w Intel
all druggists, rlsltor" lull aI iwriimnitnl ra..M..nu. n iirn.Mirly '
First: Simplex III, A. D. ProctorS | uwnor In 71edeCn..ad l |ifwily' ralHin > .
} Smith oWl1er.-(8 minutes ., .llile' fur any IstshuM| yon IIIHV hArt 0
62 seconds,
-1 Oas repairing lathe I U> tmnwlot ,null nip. n ulrliM unit jUweh'J| I i Food,
{ work l ,, Fancy ''Products
I corrected time. in iiwfl \> r iMlilii|| may lwunlliy 'iwglster. ,
i at HuflatettUra., Ittl] Pd. mell'n'.xi/te.' .'. I ,..lIIlhml..o unit nr. "
Second' :' Topsy John C. King, own pnrl umt l by ri 'lew uiUOt.stisfntuy.y"u o. -
:rnol\: :: \ 1:1l':: '
I In r giwela|
; < relturnaLwnbealuhm '
; er. 50 minutes, 15 seconds, corrected llHtulmil, Grain
tMen.y
Twenty Year Battle.' gu.| and;
with r Proyieions.JEPFERSON.
time. yom.eslwrluwe WMIIO' uf the 1 tint
I ... loser 1....._.Inon' Perk Isis ItalcliimiH. *-nix :
la
;t1 20th L. a twenty tear battle heed r .i..
Third: Century T. Pettee rurr MalcliniHkpr unit' OIUM Ian for "' />
!
h I with' chronic pilra nod maligcaot aorra, 1;,' II. tt LnMliv C; 1 ... owner.-65 mInutes 2 second, corrected : until I tried Bucklen'n! '' Arnica Salve ; '."IMWA factsuuirln. Ui Iw i.uHluiunf. nimiir E ,, -< ; BLOCK
time. which turned tide new '"'"' fiiv 1>ttifiiH>M* and o '. '. -
'the .
nth
1' ; hy curing Igllaranlu.enllefnelsy.ltxsary55w; ; ,, ., y.T I' nWest alit
y a Fourth: Blanche, C. 8. Coggin own lilt not a trace temaina! ," write A. M. Y 'Palim''Beach
t Bruce ,of Parmville VM. Rut for : ,Florida. ,
old ,
WATCHMAKER OPTICIAN
J'' er.-1 hour? 8 seconds, corrected Urn. E..At( WALKER. EXPFRT ,I (
Ulcers, Cnta, Burn and, Wound. 353
CLASS A. at all druggist. ,Jefferson Block "Vest Palm Benrh "fII01ll0o.o.Olllo.o, .
: .. o"o a.o"
/off '

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THE 'TROPICAL: ; SUN WEST 1 PAtlt IiEACII, FLORIDA' SATORD AY JANUARY 31, 1906 PAti THREE

.. _. .. ter I''
-- -- '-- .. .. _. .
---------- -- -
., .
..._. 1 '.' .: anywhere. and I got so used to It ;; MENTAL I
that ATTITUDE.
I d refuse as unemotionally as I would i 1t\ '"""" """ 1 """' ; ,

C01ditonalsurrandcr an Ice cream soda in December. Then It Uua Mnob to Do With- vVlnnin '

V ono dark nIght we were coming home .uo..... la Life. !

) from a little restaurant dinner a crowd The mental attitude which we always .
of us had had at Green's-you remem. bold toward our work or our aim

lwr the Greens, don't ?" has everything to do with what
you wo
I MarIan nodded I may accomplish. If you go to your '

By CECILIA: A. LOIZEAUX I "Well It was pitch dark.: I felt post- work with the attitude of a slave who G A 1S. COAT SUITS. SKIRTS. k ?

,/ tlvely spooky when I stepped off the goes-lashed to his task and see la It r

car. We had to pass a little strip of only drudgery If you work without .
(opi/Hj/M./ 1po0: bit Homer Drwaauej woods. 1 think I'll never get that out hope, seeing no future la-what you art ;

MSB of my mlad. She sat upright, her doing beyond getting a bare living/;; It

The window curtains of the tiny sitting bands clasped tightly In her lap. "Yon you see no light ahead, nothing but We are always ahead of the Spring: season here for we have'4

were close drawn. A tiny know that little nearsighted trick the poverty, deprivation and hard work

/ 'melded room and burned In the grate man had of holding his chin down as all your life; If you think that you Spring weather all through the Winter months. Therefore we
are ') lie talked-boyish little mannerism were destined to such a bard life, you

TUo glow from a red shaded and showed lamp tulaglta to- Marian never bad even seen him but cannot expect anything else than that have the new styles before they are out in the North.
nllli the firelight which ,
she made no sign/ "Well, we walked you look for. I

the test advantage the very different along, clmttlng. When we reached It, on the other band no matter how This year wo have a particularly strong line ot Ladies Linene, '

types of beauty belonging to the two about the middle of that stretch of poor you may be today, you can see a '

girls wlift were waiting fur callers I woods I nw two men standing rather better future; If you believe that some and Linen Skirts, Coats and Coat Suits.'" 'Ihese: : garments: are all i

"You see" Bald Marina Wilding as queerly one In front of the other at day you are going to rise out of bum-

she pokcir rather gingerly at the blazing the edge of the sidewalk I kind of drum work, that you are going to getup tailor made and are f the best materials. The skirts are all i '! ?
grabbed die out of the basepent of life Into tho
man's
never really told arm, and he thought
sticks, 3"ou've turned down that Duluth I wanted him to speak to some one he drawingloom, where beauty, comfort very full and the design of, each -is the very latest. ''e"H
mo why you hadn't seen, and took off hIs hat. It and joy await you; If your ambition is ,i
Why did you? And why are clean cut and $
man was funny because they stepped up In you keep your eye steadily -
you engaged to an unknown New Yorker front of us and answered his polite upon the goal which you hope to ".

? The Duluth man was a dear and'I".tul1yln bow by shoving a gun In his face and reach and feel confident that you have '

love with you." Alicia chuckled. telling! him to hold up his bands"She the ability( to attain It, you will accomplish "

I stopped, and aftep.. waiting awhile something worth while. The direction Separate Coats ( -$3.25 to .$15.00 i

'Well, It's quite a tale. I guess I for her to continue Marian said: of your effort will follow your
"Well, did he?" eye. If that looks up as well as on,
She looked contemplatively I
tell you"
will you will climb. Separate Skirts $1.75 to $20.00
at Marian. "You see, Mrs. Pate, "Why, you know It never occurredt That $
one quality of holding persistently I .
: me that be
wouldn't There
did were
the 'bounteous blind dame tnlghtUy the faith In themselves and never
displace her gifts to.us. She madea two of them and they swore terribly. allowing anything to weaken the belief I Corts Suits (Embroidered) 25.00 to 35.00
But that man! He had cn a long ulster .
funny mixture of you and me. With that somehow they would accomplish
with deep pockets, and he rammed .
and brownness and top what they undertook has been the i '
all height I
your
his hands way down Into those pockets 7 .
loftluess, you're, meek as a kitten at and said In the most ridiculously calm underlying principle: of all great : I

heart and all any man will have to do voice achievers. The great majority of men ,
.1. won't! The men were so
to get you will bo to kill a garter snake surprised they nearly dropped. I and women who have given civilization !
a great uplift started poor and for "" """ """ "" ''
or save '
admiring gaze you "
before your wasn't a bit afraid All I could think "' '' ;
many dark years saw no hope of .
from drowning Itf two feet of water. of was that the man must hold up his accomplishing \

Cut I, with my yellow mop and dimplesand bands or he'd get hurt. So I just their ambition, but they \ '- t' ,
dm not to kept on working and believing that
glrly-glrly appearance
danced round him, saying 'Hold up ,314't
somehow a would be
tricks masculine. I way opened.
be taken by any hands! I '
said '
your 'please. I called '
Think of what this attitude ,
of hopeful + l
road! of
such n one aa we
want a man him '
'dear' and 'fool' and Idiot. But
I ness and faith has done for the world'sgreat rI
and seldom see be just said 'I won't I and kind of Inventors how BRJ.tNNINOBROS.
that Duluth mortal a most of them
wasn't
'Well
I moved forward. Of course the holdup
and his plodded on through many years of dry, .
man? He was six\: feet tall,
didn't want to shoot '
man
very badly, .
dreary drudgery before the light came, "
I
shoulders were Immense. and be thought the man would give; In, and the light would never have come '"
man's 1 grant and ,
figure
"A proper so he backed up as the man moved for but for their faith, and
I renlly thought I'd found the man till ,i ward. The other man walked behind endeavor. hope perslsteut OUCFICCERS; ; ;

that night. Well turn down the light. II'll ] with me." 4Vhat If they had listened, LJt.D1ES'
to their
She drew both
get It over with. |, She laughed as she remembered till advisers!"Even" those who loved them
leather chair, | I
feet up Into the big Marian said shortly, "Well go on!" tried to beg them td give up the foolishness 4
and
Into the shadow
leaned her bead I 'Well, we walked and I screamed.Pretty of coining their lives Into that
thought awhlle. -, I almost to the ; 9k'9k'If
soon we got gate which would never be practical or use
"You really knew' him., did you?" she of the first bouse. We lived In the third. fur We are enjoying todny thousands "' "V\. """" "" """' v ,,; fir '

asked suddenly.. I I Then I,taw! what the man was up to of blessings comforts and conveniences .
"No. 1 was at Pratt's that winter. and felt BO ashamed of silly squeal( Sal
my which have been bequeathed us by I I--
But Polly toll me about It. She said ing. I started to sprint thinking that I those resolute souls who were obliged I II I II

j or'd turned him down." |I would ring the doorbell of the first often to turn a deaf ear to the plead- 'I,I you want anytl lag in the sporting Broad well & Moore "

"I thought so, Bud Polly ought to house and get help but the second man tugs of those they loved best as they goals line, cull and see our assortment.

know. She knew more about his down- caught rae. And then he seemed to get struggled on. amid want and woe for B. M. Potttr, Flat.Iron'Building.TI it
be did '
sittings and his uprisings than .a kind of signal from the other one for many years.-Success. I I Druggists
himself But-well, that was the first he let go of me all of a sudden'and -

winter after papa lost his money you jumped right on the man's bucl<. And Jeffeison mock. "Io\T! .1'Al :M I1EAC'11Hnyler's

know. We were living out on the electric then the gun went off It was the most Wes !''cr.m: % 13sa.o'h.. Winter .Jjofsb .
line between St. Paul and Minneapolis awful sound I ever heard. I sat downon

after our blue!! was sold. It was the sidewalk for a mnute."Well I'lfHxantl.y l lucatrd, l on tlif ,like Trotifrommiindinsc Candies ,

a cunning little place.but horrid to get '. when I came to my brother | l\Q H of II I and n tine vifWol! Lake! Biltmore Cream
horse and went back '
We lindn't
to. any Bob was there and a whole crowd of I i'ulueli I
Worth and the llovnl tia
and forth onBTe trolleys. I must any nelghborc-they'd heard the shot and Tate Mineral Water '
he-.the man-was a trump about such had run out just In time to see the men West Palm Beach Springs ,

thins lIe toe\'er'rubbed things In the runaway through the woods-and everybody Every cnntenli'm-e find romforl nt

least bit. Ue was establishing a side was talking at once. The shot LD.LockwoodProprietormod'rat..p' prior*. mIall orders promptly filled. ",

branch for his company In the city and hadn't hit any one, but they thought I r

was awrully rich but he never mado was the victim and the man was hay the Lake II I

the mistake of acting as If things were ing a serious-time.: But just as soon as LiakeViecuFronting I

-well, different You Bee he met me be found out I was all right he and that Royal Poinciana ien1e07eeL05en9.nlenLnynyn7.stn.nylOil0110k01t0it07t0i1071 o 2e07t07e02a0 ,
while we were still In the big house before silly Bob wanted to go off and chase and WhitehallOlive OROKOKOROKOROKOKOKOKOROKOK +RVRVKV K RVRw.IVKVRVKVRORVR i i

wheat: took a flop at the wrong those desperate men. But I wouldn'tlet btreet letwee" the Brlrlga an1 Catholic Church Room and Board. H'>t Arid Cold W C

time. I bad all my clothes left, and I him go. I told Bob be could go Batbs. fj per day special rates by week MRS J C. LAUIHER' Pr p. 01 I enabled to sell this Bed .
looked nice that winter. He took me alone If be wanted to. and I cried like I am ,
> o o ;l kSi
anywhere there was to go-theaters, such a little fool that it tickled his vanity ( OPtN! I Ot ". .
concerts skating-everywhere. Oh It he'd been I II:' 0 0I
and he stayed. I thought """ '
EarmanSOW KSSS A-k-nT-f-Ti i-JVct nil '
was a drt'aml"! She sighed! and was silent brave enough and I guess I told him The : : Resort that .' m sum of.:
he h : _.. i
toward spring
a moment. "But that I was ready to hold up my bands you. I rzr \_ _

got to be a sort of sentimental Tommy, or some such thing, for he seemed awfully .- Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements.WM. -J' -- .-...
and It took all my batlv wit and my glad all of a sudden." Iii ; g
D. VAN'T WOUD Box West Palm. Beach. Fla. /
lay
girlish guilelessness to stave him off. She stopped and Marian,waiting for". "ln kI

"But what did you want to stave the end, asked finally: 4' A Select Boarding-House: of 4' $4.7.q 'I c c'

him off for?" "Well, what's all this to do with tta ( tlln h Order : > U

tot didn't know any ,better. He was .your turning him down" fl'\19a\I rQr tQ 0 "1) e Located on Olive St., near ;

big and strong and brave and I felt "Everything In the world." said Alicia the Lake FrontKlfifitrlaLlithU. o 1
li i
that I'd have to give In to him sooner or I complacently. "I didn't! Then she h"t anitonUI bntlii, and other modern convenience. Table service I ._- 7r "E -"-

Inter, but-well. I wanted him to show I laughed/ .
me. nis siege was perfectly awful to- been engaged to him ever since. Ha MttNK HArtHVO. ProprlftrfmlCorner .(0o. I

ward tie! Inst. I was' under fire all the came to New York because there was Uaiura nail Wo 1 Y oof I

time. Tbere was simply nothing that more business here, and you see If I The Olive Streets .Q.; C'Ito. Ito ,,1',1'c ,1'I
man didn't do tor me. and all so dell don't get even with that Polly for telling Northern n ... 0,.

cntely that I simply couldn't help myself around\ that I refused him!"
Finally he-well, be did the usual Ito .0
I Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Located o. l :tI '
thing. He asked In manly. pointblank
me a *' I Cnrloni Medical Phenomraa. near Lake Worth. Quiet pleasant place. For particulars address wo J !lo / I 'FitKo
way to marry bin, Marian A Philadelphia physician while mak THE NORTHERN d :-a; Yo

stirred the flre"vlgorously.\ hoping to I ing a social visit at the house of a,
catch Alicia's face. The -- OPEN NOVEMBER 10 Ito ll Jko1i
a glimpse oC meet colleague ,,. .
chanced to a -
attempt futile I I friend Palms 1 Four. AliI ::.. "" o
was After some general conversation a remark The Large! New Story Ito .0,
"1 kind of wanted to take him 'up, I was made that gave a professional I I ditiOR Now Being Built ...

but you see It was largely pride with turn to the talk. The first physician I ; .,,. the minions without o. I, 1 oIt
hom..lIk.hotel welL/ipliolnK-rt and beant""II"'OcRt.' giving
.
me at Qrst. And and mamma A large .. .. ::> w .0z
papa HOT. I IriilmlHin
said theormt. of ih. ,IIIOPB .ae.nHlvo onestasted on lake Wi.rth iippimlte tn 0 is ro
tlcsa: their scheming wanted me to be : Into the Hiilfl' White w..I........... flwtrlc bullH nonil n hlnB. hnniiiiB sod linxlInKRHIVH .
safely settled. lie.seemed to be Just I!I "You know\ one may determine look : *:J no and. ID\ par| oIa.1".i tI rntiti liv the wi ek THB PALM. Went Palm Beach R
throat of a child and upon
the right one. But I knew that every ( OPEN
oo
by the
merely
standing
foot It Is
old gossip, like Polly. would-say It was Which rte >t o i t.
way In which the blood collects on the House Je<(er5on o o? ; i
becaus be was rice, and'then I really Seagle Block
other side of the body.
didn't love hIm that time IdIdn't No.
though at "A more remarkable fact than that" l !
I I
know enough to know the difference doctor, "Is that by "A HOME AWAY FROH HOME"
the second '
row"She extended a pretty observed manual training you can actually In Centrally located r nd near Lake n ortb. Cool,alrv rooms best table icrvlce I;os Because I am satisfied with a fair i

left hand and let a diamond sparkle crease the size of the brain of a stupid Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month *0 *
In the firelight Then she went on. mental exercise K V, SEAQLE, Proprietor o. '
child. so that by proper 'and reasonable profit. Get one o
"So
1 told him I wanted him to pro"ehis marked degree of intelligence 'of .
It develops a NOW OPEN Ito
love some to perform some Ito
way "
o.
valorous make teat or' other something to It Is probable that the host began to Biiggs Cottage A Select 10.. : before they are all. gone. tfo ,
me love him: Perfectly silly, of
suspect that his medical friends were Winter Home > "0
course! But be was Just that kind-be At rat. 10. o.
to "chaff" him. any !
was sure be could[ do miracles-for me. he trying, as a layman contributed the following Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking No consumptives Taken Ito 0. Sizes, 4-6x6 and 3--6x6 Ito o.

And he actually bought and showed mea extraordinary addition to the I> BvernSa Street Near Lake Worth West Palm Beach, Florida ItoB

ring which he carried around on his stock of medical knowledge: I I MRS H. E, BPIO: S, Proprietress lie Yo

watch chain he was so confident. But. "Gentlemen," said he, "the facts you J., McGINLEY7totsolsolsol
do ii
you know the whole spring and mention are nothing compared to one OPEN'SUECEflBER : .
summer went by and nothing thrilling 110 Ito
under my own observation. I The i FIRST
would happen 1 \.refused to drown, absolutely \ coming man who by look. Virgin-ia i o>AOi OMO>tn>,o..02 0 ostoltoatoetorlolgostastokohKoatostoK
[ it| took some time to convincehim :bave>In actually his pocketbook seen a could tell you I9<>5 i iOKUKuROKVROKORVK01tOROROKOM. w. ....w..rvw..w _w...,............ _

HJ that I could swim like a m.*:m"ld." lug what he was to have for dinner."-Sue- Centrally Located Hot and Cold Bath Electric Lights ThroughoutI 1- -..- ---
was wild to 1 let him
teach
try, After me so( cess Magazine. I Cool Rooms., an.iCulslne, the ....v IK-HI.. lI..t.I. : 0.1 Per PHT. I Wmclnl' lI..t.a bytbawevk
bad been hopelessly clumsy ( I or nioutb. CarrlBK; *rue-In connectli.n "II h house tit .nol mint train

his> for very sis nose weeks and I dived swam one away day under under I Borlloa.French MS A L. HAUQH. Proprietress.;' The Americus Fertilizers

composer
water. Berlins, the famous : NOW OPEN _

"And l there seemed to be no"bears In was made miserable Smithson by his an wife.actress He The; I: Keystone, .! 1 1I

the woods, no rattlesnakes In the fields married Miss than himself. She Center of Tuwnar Vtgetuble. Fruit and Vine Orange Tree
Jhere we picnicked. Ue was getting many years younger I
and III Fertilizers. Have been
fits of jealousy and Strawberry
desperate, poor man, I teased him and had prolonged her theatricalvenEirea An Ideal .family Hot.l.. Oood home cooking and well-ventilated sleeping rooms
trembled Inwardly because I knew ruined him by carriage Hot ana" Cold Bathe andmodren Improvements. Rates tl.oo per day .p rial rates successfully' used on Florida sails forjnany a
a
that some time something was: going to and broke finally her fell leg. from thus.ending by the week.. : MRS. BENJ.: COOK."Prop.. West Palm B:: ach, Florida yearn.. For any'Information call on or ad. a
happen and
and I was beginning\ to believemyself Barbs bore wIth NOW> OPEN dress'B.
really; in love with him. But her artistic career. finally left '
she
'till, where her to patience until Clematis Ave
two Z'S.ntctt1S"ottCl.eJS
we were concerned everything
of 8te1'l1aspect
was plain prose Otters were him., He was a tall man. of : Two blacks M. POTTER
dinned. In spite west of R R."
tipped\ and very a
Into the lake dumped ovemton* jS& aB aa7 -
wall by bucking auto, killed while hl8 immense mnslcaf abilities- a com-axeept Large say room.. Bath and other convenfer as. ,Tale as good .as the best FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach. Fla r
instrument
wasting but he could play no Rates S6 a week to home people: transient rates*I per day. :
not I, And the m I-be poser
badly C. F. CROSBY.r'
rot awl that taxi West Palm Beach: Fla. ,MRS -
to tbs lUlUI' -

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PAGE: FOUR THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,

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.I Arrival andDeparture No Secret About It I GEO. HASLEHURST & SON Geo. S. Hacker & Son Florida East Coast Rail /

It is no ae''n'I. that' fur -'ute. Burns, ay
l'ICrr.. )Hi"VI r Sore b'"re HI e-, Boils ,
N ii of Trains e. nothliiK is s.if c lye as Bucklen'a Contractors and Builders I

,t, -- I Arnica Salve. tt dldu't take long to Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect t, January 9, lyn6

cure a bad tore I bad, and His all O. K P. O. BOX 304 .' .
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. for writes D. Ii of SOUTM-BOUND-BEftO DOWN NORTHBOUND READ
up
sore eyes, Gregory/: .
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a'' Southbound No Miami and Nassau Hope, Tex.: 350 at all drug stores. ===- ---- -,--- -,- ,.
; L :43 ... ATIQ-S' ... .. 741' < .
No. No. 811 ! .. 'SIN.
; Special! will\ leave Jacksonville at 8 a. style NOTICE. U&I1) .,,,11) U..II.1 [ :,. ,),).- U ',.1) "anpl" rDaiiy 'S,

i'' m reach West Palm Beach at 5:05: p. m.. Fine line of lam visiting "9 '02ay'DY:: 20 I'7' (j"; W.....?..J \' ."...... r p I 40 pj .
!
cards and latest !in letters, at The ----j '. .. .s. JMiksUnv. II..?.. !l'la. P "1t, '?" t
28 "
i and after crossing .the lake to the EBB. 4 U s, .. .. ,... .. 0
1 4 I Tropical Sun. Call ana see eamplea.PROFESSOVAL 'ji'j6"( .:.:: ..81. """.Uu., ? P 'D j.
aide hotels will leave the station here at Notice hereby given tbatl shall.on the Stth U 80 Dj, 0 9 p'lt' Il .1. .... .. ......... .Jt..QI\\.t: .6 !II"" '
yr' day uf January, A. D. 1HOO. apply to the Hon. A, ) t 81 pit &I) a Y 46 5 L......... l'allllka.1' t 5 u..p: 613 P .' ,
5:40: D. m., Teaching I Miami! at 7:25: p. m. CARDS. &. Helner County Judge of Dade County: ,Florida ffi I"' ii 'f'8 '; t T(ra .Ar........... ..'.1.1"" .Wonp, ll';P 't
This train will be composed entirely of -- for a Or".nl dlnobai ga as adnilulntrator ot the 9 145 V, V'll' OD s 0 20 Lv,.."....... Pal"lka ."..." ...A! -" .7..(U p n"I 1
.g parlor cars for which extra seat fur. -- LAW. estate of John) Hunry Roth' deeeimed. '-" ITI !vet-dd-a.::::.::::.c?........ I fin F1a. 't a o..._.._ r ,,1 1 p 10, I' _s

will be cbar gI :ed. Dated this 18th dny of July, A. D. I IWLJOHN ..!8Ii'!..!.!.!.... + _I-On' -" I2 ate-1)p) a .800. .a ]LV..8..r......."...' enaa,.laltt.\\r!...,...\....n v J..t.h.1LM<1411P. ........ p n7IB "_

i Local mail and No. will rc.. VIULLINGWOU'J.'U .it. WUKPPEtt. ....... .... .ph2tl4 J p' I'.1.: : ..... ............punnellao! ..,....." ,4d8 I ...,.... I &'
I express 39 Admlulntratorof the Ed"ta 0'John Runty Roth ..... ...... 7 80 1,1ii, 2B p ............ ... .....,.. .....jIII.Ollt.ft.'I.) :.l'.OA ZB p..... t.I a
.
f 1 MANUFACTURERS OF ,.. ....... ....
leave Jacksonville at 9-20: a. tn., arrive deceamd. 821) >I II 02 A .... Olmand Ho.el. a 4IIS! I'i
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR i jii"p 8 84 J' I";'iiii' j l II l 12 .....,......' Ormond ,.?....,.v" '41,2,\ p 4 2N y I'
I' West I'aliu Bach at 7:56: p. m "Return I'' i: p .. .... .Daytona ,....... : I sea p 419
ale J p'lOG p1170 ? : JI
t tag{ from the East Side this train will \V<<-Ht Palm Beach Fla. Doors, Sash, 11fi0 .P.. 887 1 ll6 I' ......... .. ... ::PorlUrango ....... 841 p..... ,, c> :
i'i: 4o.i 1120 1, I lIB I'.t-!! Ar,...<..Saw< I'myrlla.a: :: :ty '.uyil.I p sea p .,'
.
I' leave West Palm Boach si 8:31: p. m. and ....... } .. ... "
q> ] t.C4I''' .41 I Arr I.i s luol1! .V i211'p
1'; I reach Miami at 10-55: p. m. /1KO.; U. CUUK1K Blinds, Moulding-: 432iug.] a 4 M p 4 rol\ 5.. ..... ...Orllol/o Clq: ..:... 129. I' 1:1: at J' 2
lfA ( 10414 Il 10 46 a 600 ,p _1r U9.... ,.Oran.a City Juncllonk" 29 Sip'! 1980. p io
'" r Southbound No. 35, Palm Beach and ttornoy and Connsellor-at-Law -ANp- 1180 1 o j U-oo-p T10p II 61 ..v.,....,., lI\Y 8myr"..... ?.. LV tit9 p a40( 1 I' .. ,
.. \I ....
4 Miami Express, will leave Jacksonville\ WEST PVLM BEACH FLORIDA ',1,'W". 10 0116 asp p 219 1\I 4Y p.2.41 1 Ar.:. :::::::::1.y: ::: II 0IJ.2 up.P AJ p'1 .' ,"

at 4:20: p. m arrive at West Palm Beach : Building Material, Tao-/II/ 30-.s 2'-: : : : .:. Ar............... .n un1.:;:,:".}Lv l T'a 11 70 a, -'

:f 4:10: R. m. Returning from the Eat II P. lUtANMJSG, EDSBapreamttheannlvaloftheflMak ........... '120\ -a 120\ a..: ._:., Ly-==..J4nnWrd.:. ._ ,........L.Ar ::......= .... ..:... M t

1"' d bide this train will leave Went Palm A I ttorney and Conn8ellor-dt-Law Wsa. CHARLESTON, S, C. TII3-'lln............111 u17 I'p 48'p I 12",4C...p. Lv..TI'"vlll.\.............. CUCOII ..............1.,, .'fl8 S ,,81 p P .'Tf...., 1'" j "d1I,

,,-, station M. .,.becuew thalarae taevd bout..in the factory .........., 2'4 I'' 82B ... Ilookladae..2..". 1 a. I' .... 1
Beach at a reaching South. .
5 m. (OWce over Bank world bauvuw' our x.ed. are tinter than c Largest .......... 83B p "f 21 'j V; ....lIockl..dge lIolel....... 124 p IG. I'
'; amt 7:30: a. m. Nv. 3\ will carry buffet WEST PALM BEACH. FLA olbera. Do yod when W crow the moat Send for Price. ............Ill.1 : iiii 411 p. ... ... ...........Enu (hiller?... .. U'' 1541: ........ I
beutonrl auwera awl Iha anent vcw. 122] a 928 I' : ...... .. ..........,Mvlbonrnun., ..::.. 1202 p.......... .. ,
f ;' ?S sleepers and day coaches. -f J tablet PU'uttaebwtauuda--Furry a, ::::::'::::. 121443 a 45U P :...... .... .' .,..,.... 5ebaatlan ..2...,...,:! i II"" lOll ........ 11
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL.II aeon Peed Aaeu.i free to anappUcaniL 146 5 Up.. .. ........ .I't.: 11.10. ....... al120 ,
I No. 99, with buffet sleeper, drawing/: ': : a 200 .0(43( p'881 p ..........Fort Plert.a..:, ....:4 IU86'aIYID p'' .
r ..... ..... 9214.0243 .. .... .. ........... 1"hhau. ....... LU a .... dY I
k room car nd lay coaches leave Jnck U. I1OOO, M. D, D. M. PiRRY a 00., Iftodol Dyspepsia Cure \ IJ Il 0 21 P p. .'..... ............ .Kllen ..........'. 10 4. ....,...
nan. wile at 8.20: p. m., arriving litVell'l Darolt, Mloh. : ::::::::: \I iCI! a 6 liP I> .::......... ..............Jonapn ..,......,..;:4r 10 to .1..1.I ...... I II
PHYS/CfAH AND SURGEON i l Digests what you eat. S4tl Il ban p ........... ............ t1t"urO .............. 10./4' .... .. ,
l PilmBeachat 6:07: a. m. and after Its :::::::::::: II I II t Il 7 BI :....... :......... (lobe .sn"od ......y,.;; II IIII..a,.. .,. '
i return from the KaitSide leaves Wes Olllie over Potter's bicycle uto'e WEST .,,,...''' sill Il 921 p.. ......... ".......Neer Jul'lte"' ......,. U"I ... ... I
PALM: PEACH. no.Ii..clO, .. iI .... .,,. "
near Royal' 6 07 ; 4 I le a 7 M 0& pAr. Wes Palm 1I".Cll. IIbu .111 M ,
"? Palm Bench at 6:27: -a. m., teaching t'olrnlitoa., Hotel PALM UEACIl. 12.1 6 17 .a 1 60 I H 21 pl 1 IIBII pLy.......,. I'lIlm Befell .....,...1.. II 40 10 29 a'' u P
00 II/II/ II 40 p" .... WOII I'olan ltellch ...At II 15 a 00 1' 0
If Ife Miami 830: a. m. '\. -------- 6 27 I 11 n4 N 6P I I' ..'....,... .......?...lItJ nIO.. ....... ,..1.. '741t ,,10'.........a !. P
.
- lbe li.PUI"1'Iat: Al. !>., Southern :::::::::::: a iII .I \\I 08 P .:ft...,.... .:: .... ......,.. Oclra .".,+.;: 1 BII al., ....,.. ., .
NORTHBOUND TRAINS. Railway ........,... 03a ",III OU .... .. ......1I'u.? L,aoderdslo.. ..... II 44 a ........... ..
....... .............. ..... sl,...... ,
N- 8-IUI Wj HT PALM BEACH FI.A. ............ 0 42 a 10 08 p. Uncle' ., B 4:1: .. '
Train No. 78 local mail and -- ............ 164 ato, 2U p.. ::.......... .". ............ llandale.! 8 90 a,,............I I
exp/es 'DENTALDK.R. 720 a 1049 p. .....,. ummiCltj.a", 6Os I
with buffet cars and clay coaches taves'' Two Trains Dilly to Washington New York. "; a'IO' M p 7461p r......... PltamL.v........' 0 I:
{ .o. 900 .. ........ .. ...:: allanll ........ Ar .:.JI...aI al.B.IJ.s BA P
.. Miami at 6 a. m art ayes at West Palm HjMACT DL 3. N. NE\\1IIAN IIEDUMC EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 411
I: Beach at 8.: 15 am. and nfter,its return -":Ors, MACY & NEWMAN / : .ontrain.29,78.71.. D..ffoe Slooplllll Cora on lralnU5, 11II. ",.

from the East Side leaves this\ city at 8:5: No.81NaW Tw.. T-"Ir. aa.t Y No '7 : '. "
a. m. reaching Jacksonville at 7:30: p. tn < DENTISTS CONDENSED RClIEl1l'I.E BETWEEN Ji\CIUIOO/VILLI': ANI)_lilT. .o1'fTIi1l)
: CLIIOII\'II't A 't 4&7451. > Lv. J'Ck"VIoRYA' 'AOn ate, -= ': -
7 5 r -
Northbound No 74.| Miami and NaAau Office in Jefferson Block 15401 J..up A. 8 top 104&1'/10 3n" "W levwp. So Ny.Ar, 1110" 610 No. 23;No;; :27tl' i: 29t No. 43' no.dl I..I .7"No. 36 NO:89f.No, 933 No I B4SOUTii13OUND
"" II Ic SAvan" h .AI' 40t., 4114)" 3 oan \r Mncm. S. Ity J"' I 14"0" .IYn, Deny I I
Special composed ixclushely: of buffet wP\'r; PALM BRACH FLORIDA Dolly pally Daily Dally: EoJ: DIUy
,. E n 01"1 pony IE.Mu.Lv :
600 Jt.v-J Colombia L' 400" 6 / .roe Ar Atlanta. 60 Ity L" J IIAq I 0rOo _I_c.:...::::: .
parlor cars, will leave Miami at 8:15 a 955"" Charlotte Lv" iIf", '1 Up" Iu 30' 730" Ar DOlt! '0 Itv L' OOr.1 A20p
I \U. J. K MUOYDentlHt u 5. eu.I1.o Lt 7 Da I 1111... J1 SPa 8 Y'a, O\r nlto.In. Rv Lv 74- 41 t Jal'koll'lIIe 8 00 a 000 I U 20 a 110 P :2140 p.3 I 00 p 4 20 P 1110 j "v
f t' tn arrive at West Palm Beach 10 a. m. !!' scot IIt.nville J.v CA7y 545s 1001. g40Ar httanooga.'r i: .: ;::: Lv l.IOIp AtBtA-- nanoilne..OOU.IOW!..!!_ .. _s 80 a 10 810 ,, 1 Wu 1MO JI \usoI 1,1 i, n 00 l'
Lv
I' Alter going to East Side strtti-ms ilii 74"9 op Ar Ar LexinaouSo l.t"rlo" AC Rv:: I.v BBU No' 74. No. aot No T3'No.44.Noy' "No. 8 No. 28t'No.'' D8tiNo. U N8..
train will leave West Palm Beach at Ofllco Ffist door weaL of Dude County State lIiS; 1'.2p/"r/ Rlrhmond Ril, ) 110... NOR TaBUUND Oelly Deny: Dtdty Dally :. patty Oelly I
'It" 8 lUpI 11.' llpcl..I. "'I 4 \1 '00'1 I \ I E gun Ea. Bun Dally I. Dilly IEI, Bin
Dank ,
I.l4 7 'hlcul11f' L' H n1
,: fi e
.
10:25: a. mreaching Jacksonville al 4 ale 4211. "r r yn..hlt"rlL. a 811i. I a _
) t WEST: PAT.M HE.VCH. FI.OIinA .1111 6N1r' CharnttevvIle I.' I 411 i..x 351' L. ('III''Ptt. Po'' 100"\ / II Lv al. "I1".II.e. 040 p. 0 10 I' 020 p1210\ pie 10 sit 40 a II 8a shoals "i< a.
3"I+ ':i. ,.4). 950' AOpr W..hl"l\.n.. I.vln2,0, nOI' 17 ,/ Chlca"o Patti'eI.. R 411,1If ArJnck.nvlllo., 740 I' 70 I' 780 pI 110 p U JO 1'240 P 740 a S 40.iI 0 I ft \ ITrAin.

\\1'' '''I No. 98. with buffet sleeper, drawing 0w II ei 4r noolln."r" f.. 11111'.I II 4.rr 84apt. CIr;;; n.U: HiT> A-'I-TI"RI-' Mmpo.o,1 exclllolvel,or pllilmon or Parlor Cartand.xtraaentfar. will be .'&00-:
= 1 145 I3M1alrtVortPhtlndelphintvt.a iiaep 7 J3 .r Chlcago.lIlonoll II t Day coaches operated 011 those t..I", .on which 00 extra or seat Care I i cb..rll'ld.I .
i. room cars aml;day couched, I raves Miami 415 631111, 'l.r'. N_ wYotk. L.li lox lilliI' 94apty-'tn' tn'RIi CH&D \' Ti19n --

i'r' t A nt 8:20: p. m., arrives ut West Pain I No. 33 Hnd4:\ -' New t'rrkan I1orldRxpre.s, 5 20'r Tntelo. CItt0LIt3" No. 113 No. III .11 :No III
:; '" Beach 10:23: p. III.H"S to the East Side Louisville & Nashville O.lIv p"lf".n DrAWlnlRonm.. ql I enh.a Car 729' D.trol" 1" 11 L'1000P"TI"I'ftllnfl.tack. Nun. I Itnn. No.pall 19 Lally Px. IIf.yport BraDob No. .8 I Mtln. Na. 2tl 1
tllteteNewYork. e8hLVCI"elnatl' "t"fA 6e "' Only Only Y S..... Dally/ .Ouly Dolly I
li" ;: aud leaves here for Jacksonville at 10:5: ; 114/H/ CI Velar) file 4 1.\ "311' UO l0; 6ii 'li"1&: -
So. 29 x'111 ,4n'Wnahin.hn anti PlnrtdA jj Lv..J.ckllO..lIe"......AI TIiJ i a iT"8 P i .. J
S L'p.f in., reaching the latter place at 8:40: ; Llmuet' Daily Pu'lm"n Drawing Room 8"' t lop r.v 1e.1, vjlIe. 8"Rv ") 4AaIng 240 P 1050 a 6 40 I' 8 At s Ar..ablo U."ch"'M".. ",, 6 rA j( a It 6IJ I t _
u'\" Ii Rai.1.road' 1 : C e. JnckllOnvme to New York. ep I S "I, \r MRRV Arl"I,74'", 1/4/1/ / .p 10 M a e 46 p S GO s" ........Allnlllio Beech,,...... 6 4/1/ a I It 40 a I d,
a. m. 1..1. ) "1h .. .. ...
7320rlt 800 P 11 10 a 700 I' D 15 a ... Mayport..Ly II M 11 30 s 4
ffi.In ;" ; h'-T. ,<1 oi ',p/1kY Annlon. L' a
.) Northbound No. 28. Palm Beach aDd 941? 1r So Ry 7 I
1 It 14114L.. J 'ri .\' U ... -I 14' Blrmh..h.m" L. 6114PPII PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MI.aill.Close .
: Miami Express, composed of trenches ea..D/I8boO Ar Ilkhl Rut \. PAac.Lr "UIO
': and Iviffel .. and makes all BEST LINE TO 600' \r ., ; Lr 11'w I 'ltBr Kanana Cllv. L) ..."Br ,
I' sleeper Connection Made
J slopsWill I hot \ A.hN C:. T. I 11"1' aopiT... Memphla.-Art f al Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for
leAve Miami at 5:10' pm., reachWrst 187 ''l.r. Rnt 8.'lnl 'f.e. Lt 12'rp 9"" /Ar Hot "prh'1' 1. 17'1 I
Nashville 00 ti' Knn.v'' Tun Lo Oh'" Havana (Key West and Nassau.Three
1 Pa'm Beach at 7:38 p. rn. After Birmingham 86" 'r Lntd.v111e' "' Ry L' 71/1) Nox "a", 14 -"tlv. a. 11d Veatibnle, Ir.ln .
,
t going! to the Fast Side this train will! 4r6" Ar Mt 1.0..1. 1110 L. loon thrnushdn' coo.h"a, and Pulln.all. .luph'l( CRr.clnnall.o Sailings Each Week.
leave West Palm Beach station at 8:13: 91an Ar .10 Lr. _810p. .Incksonvllle!! to...Llnelnnall:.. !!. !. !

., Memphis Knoxville No. 7.. .ud S a- p..lhns" IJrRwlnl\-Roo'' No 111 and t/-r'u11nn 1 "M"" Inll R.xtmMlee'I Trains. dl.( passengers_ _. re at ship's side.. .No transfers._ _.
p. m., reaching Jacksonville 7:40 a. m. and Bu tret 'aa4' between i. cos t era art ern .1,0'. onnile, Uir"I"III'.mend ThiMiB -
'i f Cutout.:: ateepl Jackxouvrl SL ,mphl. and' I Ka"aee lay. Time Tables show the limo nt which train mar b* exn>> from the ,
: ,I aovvrat atatlnns, but tbwlr arrival or dnparruraat. tbs Umoa hated imwtgi '",uvd>
'4 Batteries and motorboat supplies of all Louisville Cincinnati -- --- .n NOR. 11 anA ..S-"Th. Allnnt' 111'1"l "ull nor l tbl,UOmpany to be held .poa.lble for any 1"I"Y.or nyeooBo Excellent IPiitIii man' ) Rn'an N1e' i.ine. Cma Jackannrill.
( Cur St'rvic : r'j; ;
_ loch at Huffnteltlers jjlf ,. a n? Ch ,ttnn og. Paa.en., n For Copy of the LOCAL TIME! CARD or Other Information
on A'I"raID. ,
L 13 i CIt emn.a tn al. 'p, r In Allantll until Tn6: a m

i For Sale f- St. Louis Chicago "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

I. C LUSK'D.at. Pass. Agent. loS WektS.H.HARDWICK Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. J. D. RAHNER Asst. Oen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUOUSTING. FLA.

+ t A J75 Brosius spring motor sewing( machine and w. H. TAYLOE 0. p. A. ----- ----- -- ---=- ---=:- -

Orivinnl cost wa #75 ; will sell : P.T. M. .
BROOKS MORGAN
A. O. P. A.
,'', t, for $25. B.M.Potter, Flat Iron Building All Points North and WestRoute ;

_ v a.
f '
n HEALTH

;.' Means the ability to do a good day's of the Famous Tourist TrainS -

i ; I'' work without undue fatigue and to D. W.

1 find life worth living. Ycu cannot 'Chicago &. 'Florida Limited"Only FENT0NUndertakars car e.

'' have indigestion or constipation! M '!N'A:4riw

Solid Pullman Train the
to We-t,
without Its upsetting the liver and with' Ooservntioo ,Library and Dnnnx ewe ., andEmbalmers F
polluting the blood. Such a condition Car. >

may be best and quickest relieved by J.ell"8S St. AuRUKtlno P4e a m.dally
>u>a< JnekMiiivilla, .
ero: a. m. daily
.fr Herblne, the best liver regulator that .\H.lolt.o.I Stlup. in. next day .
the world has ever known. Aillvt'" SUL"iil. . S.10 p. m. next day
t I ,t Giuber Blo k. Naro.UI"lh oiio 1 WEST PALM BEACH PL:
Mrs. D. W. Smith wr'tes: April 3.

," I 1902 "I 'Heibine and Through Sleepers ulan operated on A
: use find it the '
( ; C. L. 8 i>3 p m Train, Jacksonville to
_ f
ru, best medicine for constipation and :St:> Louis and Chicaxo.Pirlnrnrmntloialormc".

g regulating the liver I ever used." 50c. :
4
Sold by A. O. Rlegal. GRAFTED
to nl'p<-lnr North ,
and WiHt.nolle niic' < 'i il lull iinormailou cull Mulgoba Mangoes.
BUDDEDLargest f
,
'
a tiny TiokatAptotol ad iri'MOKU. ofw
I For Sale Cheap. L.:: HKItlUNO.Fla. 11 f

y 1 "The Ke,stone," tinted :r''..... "' ....ot. I.. end N. n. R.. : Collection of Crotons in the United Statue Taliiii, Pbyllat c
Datura
on 904 W> Bay 8t,.Jacksonville. FloridaS. thus eta. All pot grown. Full Line Of Citrus StOCk = so son
i r ( street. Apply to C. C. Cbillingworlb.D f
( y tr grown on high Spruce Pine Lan-i. Address

JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm Beach Flu

f' FOLEYSHONETHCAKfmrvhUdnni H. RICHMOND, Agent VY


taff e...... Kg .pfa<*.. Perrine Gnat Lanil Company. ---
Four
Only \earaUld.. Sailings Each Week BetweenJACKSONVILLE .
KKAI ESTATE.CTTTLER. "
.
I am only 81 years old and dnn't rx.: .

w, pect even .when I get f> he real old tom FLORIDA Five ,1'0 NEW YORK

feel that way us IOIIK as I can uri EUc> Superb TrainsDaily .
i trio Billers." Mrs Calllnir at Charlnton. 8.C., both wa...
slYs E. H Brunlton.uf + ; THE FINEST
Duhli i, GR. Surely there's nothingelse / OneM.nutoCcughCure STEAMSHIPS IN THii COASTWISE SERVICE

keep Ibe r.ld as young and makes FOP Uouoti, Colds and Croup. I'HE CLYDE '
the weak as strong as this grand tonic I NEW; Is't1LANItND: ( SOUTHERN. LINES ,

medicine: Dyspepsia, torpid liver, inflamed Direct eerlce Betwrat.

,' ,' kidneys or chronic constipation I "*t-: JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON! :- AND PROVIDENCE.

are unknown after taking Electnc Bitters AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
.
pI a reauohahle time. Cuarauteeil! by' J. B. McCHNLEY Three the (;.11101 n >t Charteaton hotk ..'
); all druggist Price 500. to East and Two to the YVe.t, via ,
i .;out.h ht\unc1. EM1.WKiIiIY: 8"IL."UIII.
4 _
r C From >.W. Wharf Bletaaorthhout
N;
I Leave orders at Potter' Flat Iron I From JlIocl.sOl1vilo
font of < athtrlne Street
I Building far Battle's gasoline: and Funeral Diractorand

kerosene delivery JjOtl Atlantic Coast Line CLYDE'' STTjQHN *,' RIVER LINE

Between Jacksonville
and anford
,. .
NOTICE.The '
'toppln0 at Palatka>
Astor St.
Francis B.rMlord fD.Lend) and
q annual of the
meeting stockholders Intermedlaie'
r Landings on the, 31. John BJyer +'
of the Woodlawn Cemetery will Embalmer Steamers CIty of Jacksonville and'Fred'k DeBary

take place at the office of the .
r, secretary In appointedtoasllufoilow.I' ,I _
New York and Florida Sp..clall..sve Jacksonville : n.-
h 11:30 pm : dally n:. Suudat fvnv0Jcek.onviyl.dallyexoapI'8MUN4ry/at$5I: | pin''
In' West Palm Beaech on February 14, Both licpnspd b.v tar Stata lormhalm IIII'"It.' I"v/l
Florida and West Indian Llni'ted lea aanlord tlnil ,
: 'Jacksonville t 8.53: a. DI.-daily .xcopt i 1I11t1..y. Il'. 11:110: _at 111.
1909 for election of directors .
and the _
I and prepilretlodksforshipment. New York Express leaves J"ck.<>iArine ;: 8:05: a. DI,.laily: 4outtitx t -w. "- _
1 transaction of such other .0 unil .
business as Cbicaeovnd Florida< L'Dllled leaves ficksonsille. 9:30: a. m, dally: Held dawn. eohrdut. Northlwnrd' i1

1 may legally come before It. Lady hssistant.MILLTHE .. Dixie Flyer leave Jack.onville. 9x10 p. m. dally ..cave 5 Jo pm .... ... ... ;u,, NtRJ aP ,
am
Wallace R. Moses Secretary. 4S pm .. .. .... .... J ACKIIONVILI.&.,. .., \.., '. ..Arrive ..
...
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r .. .PAtATKA.ABTOR .... ..... ........ .. Ie... .8. r
g mane ...... .... .. .
.... ......... .
pII
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4 jo m .... ...... ... ... .
H .
,
t ; Buffalo gas engines In stock at Huff COUCHAND .. -- .. ... ... BRr.rc'F p.t FMANCI8. ,,,,. .... ..... .. .wee'

ttettlert ]blf CURE THE LUNGS \rrt..30llm. .. ...... ......".."..... ...... ORP ( 'aLANDr..p) ; "-loA ... a 071051yDNI 1001'11I "

Through Sleeping Cars .11' On. nni..........................?......... MANPJRL.. >.>.' ; ....".:.';.'I.--JJ:- ';..<+\." "_. 10 MU5RI
Leave orders at The '
your TropicalSun
; ofllce for all kinds of engraved WITH Dr. King'sNow ; I Naaganp,4r, And TICkltt Ilipt. 121 w:: B..v';;:. IACMannvUlei

?, and monogram stationery: and visiting to New York." t'litcn.i And St. Louis; ,nlMOtifW Slfepiog Car Service ti \I.III.\o"IJ": .., '
.r cards. V. V. CUUYEH: JI'I Prelllh'II..Jr? .' al lr.u'r raw ..al lie: : It ...1aeYe.'ntlu' I' .
ea 1St
el
O .. Juckaunville 8:33 drt ) .
Discovery Augusta, leaving at : a. m. ... ? .. 4" r' t.lJy.LLella. pl.t jaatt0
.,. I, C. I/AU envy. col H gaa 1",1. Jnra.envtlte"
S Oen'1 'Mlda
1 Rail ...... r
.
: "or... !Ie.., Ara !g
!
; ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIO UTe \, c. EULH toil. ClN: 111pNE.Oev'I! Pr'1 ,
Price ff .", 1i""rM: 'M"n.lle. "H ...
: : F
and harraased by a bad cough? Use FOR CONSUMPTION 500.$1.00 .. .. 'YI (;\ ........"." Bnlldte r- .1iJ\ ,,:c.d..1A001. :

A. Ballard's Horehound] Syrup It will S9- Free Trial. 'oJ' : '.' .' 10BtHt.. Rlreai. New I Tors' .'

_ : cure ;you sound sleep and effect a Surest and Quickest Cure for all [ For' Pullmiin. ; R8fnrittl rn! Itn.' Pull liifnrinnlloo;.'; write ------- ';1 r

y, prompt and radical cure. j I I THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES ; .
,(
Sold by A. O. RiegeL : ct> MONEY RACK.ti FRANK! C. BOtLdTON:: ,Cutrict. i'.isltllsr..,. Ag.tntJacksonville SUBSGRIBE THEBUNJ

ft Fla. FOR "


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TlIK THOt'lOAL: SUN WEST PALM BEACH, VUsitlDA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31. 1806i PAGE FIVE


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Mrs. de Gottrau i 9I ;'



Passes AwayAfter Stock yI,1


oY4Liiv an \Illness! of several months 'The ',

Airs. Louis de Gettrau-passed the :
Profitscan
great hereafter at midnight 'Monday :. n

January 29th, at her'home' in this city,
New York
surrounded by all the members of her be greatly! increased by giving

;i family except her son w'ho is living special care to the health of every
animal and fowl on the farm.
In a foreign(' land.' She WAS consctoun"imoit
Sick poultry sheep, rattle hogs, ,
to the last and her
passing
horses, etc., depend on their liver
Makes delicious hot biscuit i away way Ilk.. falling Into a sweet, to keep them well Herald t }

:, restful sleep after a long, tiresome ,' ,


griddle cakes, rolls and muffins. i I Journey.Mrs. de Gottrau was a lovable lady I BlackDraughtStock ] 1., : '

of refined manners' amd had hosts of .
I Greatest Paper
f le"
An'' absolutely pure, cream of tartar powder. the loved ones bereaved. Her maiden and Poultry ,"' i. '

,, PublishedI
," name was Annie Laurie Thompson 4 r i ', 'fe;
RN was born In St. Joseph, Mo., In Medicine >?-
ROY"'" BAKINa/ POWDER ,
CO.. $ VOK. b
f 1RCO and :wall marred to Mr. do Got 1 )

trau In Munich. Bavaria She la aurj keeps their livers working' and I 1 if4r

I" j vl'ved, by ,her husband and four children therefore( keep them well. Contains More'F'
.. fin Ilutliven Black-Draught Stock and Poultry
r. Jack came crawling in. one of whom.Is 'Mrs. E. T. Mooreof Medicine Is ,a pure, natural m
.
lie was the partner, and he was, so this city. vegetable blood purifier and acts ;I'aI,' ,
knocked\ .
.SALL oj:: i I about and exhausted that It The funeral took place from the by regulating the stomach, liver Automobile News, .'< '
,
wn twenty-four hours before they got ,and bowels.It ( i I l g't1
a, statement from him. ,The prospectors famllv home at 4 o'clock Tuesday prevents and cures Hog Chol- iI I 'll'' ;

o U r bad had poor\ luck and had delayed un- afternoon and was largely attended era, Chicken Cholera, Colic, DIs- I \ : ,d 1:

til tlio lust moment In. hope of bettering Pev. Dwight Cam"ron officiated, using temper,.' Fever, Coughs Loss, Colds of Constipation Appetite-, I Than all tha Other 'Papers Combined !
:-- It Then came an unlocked: for calam thei beautiful service of the Episcopal
: and all the
; Wasting Away common II
By CLAUDS AMARESCovvrpht.1005. ity. "Gentleman; George" had been taken church. The Interment was in Wood- stock diseases. ; ft iI

111. an-1 within\ \ thirty-six: hours he developed i i lawn cemetery, Several beautiful floral It Is a perfect medicine for gen r
n cave of smallpox: eral farm It.
use Try Exclusive from all the
Reports
offerings were In evidence as tokenI
/ buiMclav, .'Jtfl'jlII'Cu. 'Ami} you loft him there to die alone!
CpUKincVl: Sally. "Of course" I I of love and remembrance' from those Winter Resorts /

At the railroad ,,t-atlus hoiisoiflt! Flue "We had vo food, ni> medicines. And I who had known .Mrsi de Gottrau most Price 25c for a large can, at
what could< 1 do?" he 4'
naked.
Intimately.The
called lisp "Our Sully"\ ana all and dealers m
Hill they / ; druggists
"f; UlI\W\ on in IYit
you forever! twenty I members of the Fanny Haralj iY
"Sally of Ours. Pine Hill was II'mllll l
four'I'otu's.the
,
blizzard will 11I1"e)\OIIS- j son Gordon Chapter, U. D. C., of which
station at the foot of the mountains j t
ed.
Whet then? I ask you.Jack/ '
Uuth- the deceased was!! & member, attended I I
#
'
;
for
and the eating house wns the convenience veil mid<1 I ask every otber man present -----.rrt
the train here-what then the funeral In a body.
of freight crews and ? I IL. WILSON
A. .-.... n 4II---. ..
the few mechanics \kept In the shop No one answered her The partner The pallbearers were Messrs. Oeo bsI: .fr.'i._ '0I

there to make repaIrs It was Mother had mild the distance was at least thirty W. Potter, W. H. DaCamara, Sidney L. 'MND(1OTUHICIt\; ,lie' i I ... .' 's h ,'
1:0.-: ---'"' :!!Hm
Walker who ke|)t the Engle' Eating miles! to the) rude shanty they had Metcalf Henry Pettit and. : Geo. W.
made headquarters nnd there would bea Lalnhart.Invitatlonshavc. Boots and ShoesRepairing .
"Sully
House, but It was of Ours" why foot and a half of snow'on the ground :i1

got most of the, credit. She was a and zero wentbef after the passing ;

young woman of twenty-eight, rough blizzard.: No man felt that he had one I been Issued to n dance [ In All Kinds of L I\.tfr

and uncultured.and'by"no means good chance In twenty of reaching the stele: to be !given bv the Girl A' Athletic CluH, Goods. () Don't Fail to Read
Neatly one
.
i
but considerate and kind heart man. I!
looking ; in the o'd Utopia Hall, Friday evening
ed to a degree./ In a way, all the boys "And what then!" asked the woman Fehrunry a! Please present Invitation .J

came to know that she had seen trouble again. There was the same silence ant will he
at the door as absolutely no one Indian Tamed Bucksk n
shaking of heads as before. The ;
New York
and they were careful 'not to Indulge i admitted without. Refreshments will
Next morning, au hour after daylight
In remai'Usi'to hurt her (('('lIngfl. Mother Walker touud the young woman he served during intermission. The girls and Horsehide Shoes ;

It wa .a w8.rs "Our1 Sally" who bnuudup making: up n bundle and putting wish to thank Mr Braujean for the use / .

their hurts: or was ready with arejfiedy on her heaviest garments. of the hall and Mr Gruher for the nw" ,'

at the first sign of mountain "What la I It?" she asked of chairs, and all others who, hive: done FOR TENDER FEET
.
fever. '.'1 am going after George," was the them kindnesses Olive St, Not til ol New Jeff r'o" Rio HeraldWhile '

'tIt was a little community seldom quiet: rep.y.

added to or detracted trom.'nn<1 It was "Wltlltl1.'hlrty! miles through weatherlike
Medal.
Currie
this!" The
Quito an event .when 'one day it new
"There Is no man here, and so I am Rules and Regulations for the Currie FOR SALE {i jitt k
brakeman appearej
freight among!
forced to go myself. It will be uo use Oratorical Medals, Offered'' to Students
a' of and It in Florida and In-
them. lie was man thirty to argue. If be- Is alive I will bring Keep ,
out of the West Palm Beach City Schools: of the most beautifully
was of once apparent that he wns him back. Sry nothing to the boys until one
of:, bin element. lie bad the bearing' I am gone Then bare them fit up nwrm Two gold metals will be offered; Onefor formed on Home and Foreign Affairs '

and speech of & gentleman. room In one of the sheds. Von'i the best original oration open to situated homesin

Within an hour of the arrival of his 1 can get one of the Indian beys'to bring :' all male Itudens;'one( for the best declamation Florida.One -- -----
train the new band was'" nicknamed ua food, and the operator will telegraph open to all female students.

"Gentleman George" awl no one at Pine i I to Cedar Crest'for the doctor" I I The regulations according to which t"-" i
"
fret shore I
Hill ever learned that be bad any other "Sally of Ours" s\'us gone before the hundred and ninety
will be offered are:
name. lie dropped Into his plft-e railroad hands knew anything about: It. t I these medals lien .level overlooking Near> spring fed

among the Rest wall In time called a The blizzard passed away as the day 1. Ai'; contesting students must have lake, with views of hills. for Home miles.

good fellow, and things went on 'as be grew older, but every man knew that bien In regular attendance In the Absolutely healthy with ti Mlx'ilful' THE BEACH CLUB : V

fore. I with that depth of snow on the ground si
Not exactly however-not with "Sal and the thermometer standing( way below 2. Each contestant must present 5 :W kp ,
i I <
ly of Oura. Every man of tlie crowd zero the womun I Gad set herself a his oration declamation<<: to the ( p.mM.11
'
Residence -i
was In the habit of speaking to her 'I I tremendous task. Even It she succeeded Principal by the end of th esecond Spacious ;
kindly, but there was something: beyond In reaching the spot she would find I 25 Rooms. RESTAURANT
that In'the attitude of the new the sIck man dead week In March. 6vl
I I I 3. All students who are to enter the $ $
man. In a 'dim way she realized that Three days passed. They were days Possession at once, completely' furnished ., ,'
be was above them lu birth and social ; in which the strong and sturdy men I contest shall rehearse their pieces to If desired, f..rhl... ".'''UII. An i tenl] V
standing. She\ had made friends with off duty tried to make themselves believe the Principal or to some teacher ho place for weaithi family 4

the ordinary trainmen as an equal, but that no shame had come to them may designate, at least once before Breakfast Luncheon Dinnerat '
she feared and respected the new mono by refusing to form a rescuing party, final delivery. Three hundred and seventy-five Acres : :

( \ It whispered[ that dlsuppontmeilt : but they ate their meals und went 4. The maximum limit of each oration
I
In love or some family ratter bud about theIr work without consolation. and declamation'shall 'be tea: sixty of which is in chnic budded. frUIt
made a wanderer of blm.. 1nd that added ; An Lour after nightfall of the third Addrem, Box 3 Saint Leo, all hours

to the romance. .1 day "Sally of Ours" appeared She minutes. Prcco County FlirM s r
Within a mouth "Sally of Ours" was bad a burden on her broad back. When I 0. There shall be three judges, appoInted Jr-1m r

In love'with "Gentleman George;' but her hello vus heard she was dhectedto by Mr. Currle none of whom -- -,----- .=-"

not for worlds would she have glveu the room prepared. Thence on for shall be relate!*' to any contestant., J; Special Orders Received for Partiesof

her secret away. For a woman who twenty days neither the woman nor I, G, The ,ual'tles] to be consideredare

bad no social traln'ng she was a good: her patient was, seen. Each morning the subject matter and the man Louisville & Nashville three or more.

dissembler, nrn although some of the I she would cull out the condition of the ''I ner of levery.! In the Orations the
boys wUUed and nodded ut times, none sick man and each night would slip 31
shall each
matter and the manner
of them knew the depth of her feeling. out to the coal pile and secure fuel for I Piailroaci d !
month the count one-half. In tbe declamations r ,l
Only once during the eight
the next day I
new man was on the road was her secret A\ the end of three weeks the room I matter; shall count ne-toourth.: and OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY

In danger. That was when a was'' thrown open one morning, the manner three-fourths.
switch was thrown and a dozen freight: place fumigated and then "Sally of I Passed at a meeting of the School BEST LINE TO 8er Mori of .q I & i
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cars were piled. In a heap. Sho actuallyled Ours" walked forth with the skeleton- Faculty ffl"i

the rescuing party; and It was her of n man clinging to her arm A mouth January 24, 90G. ; Birmingham, Nashville, &VVVV4 """" """ ""'v i..
hands that helped to dig out "Gentle !! later "Gentleman George" was something ,.l

man George': '\ from the wreck, and I like his old self again. lIe had ,i .-.--- ---. ..-- rl

when It was found that he was. badly I'I been more than, usually quiet duringthe HEALTH. I Memphis, Knoxville,
bruised the other men saw tears In her mouth anti the young woman had t a
Means the ability to do a good day'sWork
eyes. I I lost her smile aud her, repartee. Everyone Cincinnati FAYSIHiqLESFa
Two mouths after the, accident the felt that some-.plug must happen, without undue fatigue and to Louisville ,

victim of the wreck took a partner and .I and It was ..n engineer who said: I find life worth living. You (cannot .

set off: unions,the mountains on a PI'OS-1 I "Yes, something must happen and I have indigestion or constipation I St. Louis Chicago :
pecting trip. can tell you what It'll\ be. They will without Its upsetting the liver and ,

The,boys law the two off with a farewell get married of course." polluting the blood. Such a condition I and TYD -

,and "Gentleman George" spent i "Sally: ," said "Gentleman George' -the be best and quickest relieved by }
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five mlnTitei"looking for "Our Sally" to next clay "I am going: away-going may Hsrbine.. the best liver regulator! that'All I Points North and \Vest
shake banda with her. He did not find : back east You saved my life""Stop n ufflKdisBBuar l
her until he bad penetrated to the there George!! tlh" replied as the world had ever known. +

kitchen. The1\( shi'tended that.the I she lifted a bund. "I belong with the Mrs. IX W. Smith writes! April S, I I.
tears In her eyes and her flushed face crowd. 'Yon don't. Yon feel grateful 1902: "I use Herbine, and find It the Route of the Famous Tourist Train Sh lcs "111if

were caused' 'by smoke. She was so, and perhaps! yon' are going to ask me to boat medicine for constipation and & Florida Limited"Only riu r

nervous over the handshaking that the be :your wife. Don't Uo-It. We should I, regulating. the liver I ever used." 50o, "Chicago
young man looked at her lu surprise.The both be miserable. If* as n gentleman. '
A. G.'' Riegel.
Sold
by tolhe ,
Solid Pullman Train
: Wesf
v
of the eating
Idea 'care him Sully
that she might : .tor you can remember and
was one of the things: of wblcb he had house, that's all l''' ask. You couldn't who'dwant Car.with" Observation' Library- Diuing Acknowledged to ba nu best Machine 'on. the Market r
the last one
never dreamed. Had ahe confessed It pull me up and rm ..
Lenven St. Autftiatine 8:20: a m.daily \
lie 'would ,have Bmlled ,first and) then to drag' yon down. We'll shake are still to be seen. 8:110 .
Leavim Jackiwiivlllo : a. m. clmly Lightest Shift, Li"htr t Running> The Cbmnpfou. Speed: Writers of the World
been hard ,.putt' It to'turn tde, matter hands, und-and"- In Lancashire the natives show a Anise, Chicago - 5:10:] p. in. next l morn- Arrlvoa SU I, off without baiting; her feelings. And when he went Away next stone called the 'bloody'stone which ; I
/"And"what's the meaning" thin: I'd Jig, to be seen no more at Pine Hill was so marked to show heaven's displeasure -!I also
like to know?" asked Mother'Walter!:: she lied her head on tile kitchen table at some vof Cromwell's sol- Throuah operated on A. See, it Before tSuiying. ,,

as she entered the kitchen few'min again ana was weeping harder than before .. diers' atrocities at-Gallows: Croft. In ; C St.; L,8uS Louis: and p m CbfcaKo.Train Jacksonville to '

+ utes,after the prospectors',bad dlsupPearedvup.the "Macbeth." act G, scene 1. Shakespeare R, C. DAVIS: State Agent.: ktCAS.
trail nn4.,tound her helper I : Andes to the idea.-"Yet here's a spot..' I ".
with her bead on the table. .Dloml 'S..lnTo'tbelprenent .. The truth Is, blood cannot be easily Par. < 'tnfonnittlon a.to rme to tf.pr lava Nortlin B. KENDALL, Local Agent,
( Wi-nt,nude ulcaN' il lull inloimtkLiou cull
-1'\06 (tot-+.got'.pie,, joothache" was the' / t''! day the superstition be I expunged. In the Bret place, tf that on any Ticket A tmt or .dJr.-8. At the Tropic! Sun, WEST PALM IJCII, FLAJVJuigoba
ailing reply. Is rife that blood, stains cannot of a murdered person It Is not attempted. net. E.!: HUHRINn.Fta. a
"Urn I"" said the other, "I didn't know washed 'out. priests were revolution I! In the next'place, blood contains .1'..... Afr"ot. IM and N, R, R. .. ,.,-..
but that you'd been' silly enoughto { ,''eighty massacred'', oxide of Iron,' which ,sicks deep Into the ao$ wv.t Rat Rt... ekMnnym...Florid.

think of love, ,Well, drop a lIttle peppermint la. the Cnrmellt chapel at-Tnrls. and fiber of wood and proves Indelible to !
Into your, too"1 J;?and then we'll the stains, no Mango
f e to Work and clear'up these dishes.1' pointed out today.sir'WalterScott.. I atones of .a :porous: nature and wood! f S. H. RICHMOND, Agent; BUDDED '
When twoymonthat"bail, by tte : ; lu his'"Tales' of aGrundfaUier.'Sdeelares of the hardest kind are snsceptlble '
return gone that the blood, ,, pot Largest Collfrwti'-o! of Croionsjii: itiv Uolutt Staten: Palms; Phyllaa,
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of thee prospectors was looked to the tll.llI'bf blood1'produced'bythebxtde Perrinc Grant J" Land C Company "
for dall,.. Winter.threatened to set In stains of Pnvfd Klizlo the Italian prK of Iron which the blood con ; t.hI1.eto., Ai t>otKr"wn, Fun Line Citrus Stock .fit''' ,'

e early<>The day* went;bjt and the snows vote secretary 'o* Miiry> ; Scots,! tains.. 'B\t'] 'the'blood' ',oafbigu''se, IP k..AJ4 ESTATE.' 'srowtl OD High Hpruuw Pin Land. Address d j) Yl. '

', her :
FLORIDAU ,
Ono leaders of .CUTLER., ,
evening when the first blizzard of certain I'rorestant Weekly;

j, wit,season' wax howling around, Pine court,,.. aided! by bel' husband, Darnley. ." .
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i' I' 'i Hayler's candies!! Rroadwell & !Moore\ Mrs. E. T. Byhigton. of Miami, spent ... -- ----.."-
''1 Monday In the city In the Interest of( ,
I ) Ltilie vvoik on bra I 9'1 t3-tf.a the Dade County Fa' r. at tins crnt per/ w,jivl for taco ih'sQit'on. :: 9 I'I

: ,I 5'r' Patron I 'n home industries! Stra-' I Mrs 0. N. Ble and children anem Count the words" end neinl. tin
3 aloiu with the orrlrr ,
'flb \
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t ,.' and Sunday with Capt. Bu
han'h f1'lm:; laundry Is Still running. Saturday ,'\.. C' j. l '

; Send us I'our111'1(, tf. at Sewall'a Paint '", FURNISHBU: COTTACIB. ', "
r '
I \ Mrs. J. N. Hpp. of Umatllla, motherof u- I
5,i1 IIm". r'H rnndieo, Brondwe'l' & VooreVr ''FOR RENT,, TWO FURNISH 1, J
; u i ,1. W. StlloH, who purchased a Mr. D D. Epps arrived last Friday dot! <"> night and will spend several weeks eam,42y.Nerttht'tFet, J2O 4' r r. y 'Mb
t
) I pine" of property/ near thaI of Mr D tl
1 I '1'I : I Gi,o, L. FlrHiinlnK" :, boa been supplying here : -t1E 11* WAN i L). 1

( I j;; t t.,'io loc.il market with some of tin flnKI ''Mr. H C. Smith representing; the WANTED l.V WBVT tAUM PEACH.ttclnAs .

I a" i ,: <- of c'.,pla-'t8. some of tho vegot- New York American, Is In the cley this Ii eaeuud'hakrr -Address: al
', I week taking in the autoloat races and once Puatufnce "Pox 155. Cilv.TO .
j; altlca weighing over four pounds ..,-- ..- .---
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enjoying himself generally. REVFA
t ::3k.:, : I Tho regular' meeting of the Ladles' .
'Mrs. B. T. Perdue, formerly of this -
Aid. Society( of the Congregational .
t NICE .tURNISIIED: : : EIGHT
city, but now of Ocala, is spendingsome
k. i ii'' Church has been postponed one week, room modern C"tii"x"--' veriuok, Luke
l I' time here, and< is the guest of Worth at West lm.eeaeh.
1: : and the next meeting will therefore beheld
Miss Kathryn lamping. Datura street.! George!: Mail by.
.\: at the home of ''Mrs. Weir oa
i Thursday afternoon! ,' February 8th. Rev E. V. Blackman, editor of the FUKNISUUll( COTTAGE on Ocean
: : East Coast Homeseelcsr, and secretary Bellel ( Rod Top) at Palm Beach halt
j The convocation of the Protestant mile north of "'1'114' Breakers Apply to
and of the Dade County Fair
,., Episcopal Church In Southern Florida manager Enoch Root P attnaster. Jio'41 ,'w
spent Monday In the city on business. T
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; occurred this year at Orlando January MONEY TO LOAN.

1 I 25-27. Rev: Dwight Cameron and Mlsa. 'I Rev. O. B. Clarke of Boston, Is spending I

aft ', Beatrice Elliott attended\ the latter as the week In the city, th eguest of iK YUU HAVB FROPKUTY THAT
/"t the delegate] of the'local chapter of the Rev. Dwight Cameron. Rev. Clarke you want to improve Rn J :' \,. t.rdu it with apply totJtro.. G. Cuirie.LANDSCAPE .
Daughters of the King. en route to Little River and will have! West PollOi a.aclt.

charge of the Episcopal churches In! -
FOR RENT-Co-oppratlYe storeroom.
that vicinity; QARDENINa.
I*, D. Waterman Palms Hotel 2t
4 A prominent winter visitor at pre-
BENJAMIN COOK. LANPaCAFbGurdruer. : :
J During! the past week there have been sent here is Mr. J. B.: Briggs, of Rus- Cure of Irtut Hud fliwrrsaeclnlty. r

; on 'ia1a In this city undoubtedly the pelvllle, Ky., who carte in Sunday Brat rrferencta. Hdve been 'fit.. t

I lii' 'host oranges grown In Florida They night Mr. Briggs ,has been a regular in charge(; of W j Allen place for fix .
Would like tile or nice
)ear care a
t t 4q: 4 are known as the "Kingwere grown visitor to this. section for a number of pUce novwhere on Lake Worth Ail- N I

In ono 6f the Dr. Potter's groves and years and seems to l>e thoroughly( in dress B Cook, B >:x 158 West Paint Beach

: t. readily brought from 75 cents to $1 love with the locality.. He is a guestat FOR SALE.
r+ I ,' per dozen. Their appearance Is most The Palms. -

I .' ; attractive to the eye and their flavor Twenty five lout( NHpttio Launch with '
i'4 la simply delicious The "King" is Among the prominent arrivals at cubin. Almost new For price ad- ,
t Minaret Cottage the past week are: dre H IWnj J. Co K, 1 At ANTHONY BROTHERS'AUGUST
a comparatively( new variety and theY
Mr. and -Mrs. H. T. Fuller Miss Annie !U.,x 158 West Paint Beach.HOUSF4BOAT. .
supply Is not equal to the demand.
I' Jones( New York; Mr. and: Mrs F. H. YACHT-BU11.h AND .

f still} at the old stand. Send us your Repp, Rochester N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. finish. 97 over sit, 20 ft. beset, 3 I fi. 6

J laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at W. L. Hunte", Richard B. Hunter, Car- draft. Twin ccrewn, nKlneaelectric cTOCKEa
lixhtrd. Complete lu every detail. Now
"iff Stratum's Steam Laundry. tf. Dondale pa.; H. S. Hunrprles, Philadelphia in cumm !ssiou at Sltaiid I I': .

Last Thursday was Master OsmondBte's Pa.; Mr. DavIes, Cleveland R. !M.! : Nfnnroe, the ,

'.' fifth birthday anniversary, and Ohio. jlClf Cocoanut Grove, t'la. I I 1- '

it was duly observed the kindergarten Mr. Fred H. Ropp and wife, of Rochester '!'Flrstclass cu ton: Shoemaker
TABLE BOARD 1 H. HLLEN
:' I In which he Is a pupil. A large N. Y., are spe"dlng the weekIn ) .

': "J)' birthday cake with Its year-recording this city and are delighted with all I Iacconnnodriie
U
Milliurn-Siock to
Mrs. r prepared
I Well known In Geneve, Switzerland 1
\ candles was provided for the occasion that they have seen and with the climate boartl1ert ; Real Estate
i \ a uuuiber of table { Paris, France, and CbtCAgo. U S.-A, AgencyCity
,'Jj d I and was served with lemonads and and surroundings. Mr. Rapp Is a of Clematis, sveuue andRosemarv
at corner i has opened new and up-tu- other goodIes' to the little folks of thetajfibol prominent( contractor and builder tn fool uf the bill.
; fl. street, at the I Il |I first-clans work, on Clematis avenue .
a"d a few elder ones. A Rochester and Is here much Surburban and
general ta'dng
'lr" a ( Musts at all hours, al 25 cent West Palm Bench, 1"1-, > ;
I'I k Rood time was enoyed and It neeiloJ from
: : pro- rest the confining dutiesof Fine liand-lurntd
'j Slices nod Deforms
: :. A vL T> Feet
For Rent or Sale a specialty. Country Property
.
,i such occasions. Mrs. Harry L. Brown and little son, '
/. CB. Roberts, white, was arrested Jeweph Pell Brown, arrived Sunday The Bunxalow property, one mile
north of the city, on Lake Worth. I Sale and Refit : : .
_
,, les4 Fir-Jay In the Keys: by Deputy afternoon from St. Augustine, and will e., ..
One of tIle moat desirable estates on DL'fll.rEarly Risers \ ', ,
i'' Sh4slff PC re and waa immediately make a brief visit with Mrs. Browns '. i""
the lake. For rtlcular" call at premises .. .
p Tho famous littlo 1
pills. "
P to Miami and placed' la the mother and sister, ;Mrs R. E. Crutch- '
tarn -
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or d.lresl.Uace R. Moses, Real Estale .
coujUv Jail to await the'arrival of the field and Mra. Harry L. Hillier Datura J ," r
West Palm Beach.
Axent ----- ---- .
i authorities from Nassau county, where I street. Mr. Brown expects to make a '
''i' k Kowrts' IB wanted. The roan Is charged brief visit to the city during the carni- VTOTICK.!: FOR SALE "

Stlth the murder of Deputy Sheriff val dates This Is Mrs. Brown's first I >
West Pam Beach School Lot and Building
E.
Ctlor, December last, and it Is said her many friends are pleased to see Notice. hereby |{ivvn that appljcntlou iuIioIIy'I'Irnirdhurhntelprt.prrty" ( f Iinildbuusrumptaratively: nt>w.
Lake Worth Produce 1 1j I
th1 the evidence against him Is veryetr her again. '[ will be ni.. J"iie. Circuit J .?It.lR Mrs. C. S, Haney, of Stuart Is spend- COMPANY ,, Ci'CUit of Florida, 'on Krlirmry! 'I, Mtrcet. on nppiicntioo. .,

M-A well furnished modern ing the week in the city in the Inter FRUIT AND COMMISSION 19'h, 1906. for Letters Patent fur a Fra- i .

,l r 1 flat, four rooms and bath. est's of the various organizations she j. MERCHANTS trinHl"THE Utrtfr BROTHERHOOD or Cor.Kirntion OP MAN.mniert"

"' for season. Address P. O. Box represents. She must be a very busy the propose'.t charter for <. hie' < I I..* now
1 j city # 2t woman since she la District Presidentof on file in the office of the Circuit Court -. Tie' P'iuietereFruit, 1..rm.l'ontnwp"t uf town wnulifully .situated -
Fruit and Produce, Poultry and Clerk at Florid, the ..I of ppi.l'Hiil-i Hurntutuliil, l w'IPrM'If FiverjjImli'M
Miami tIe char( the
ti" jrci on n, II.V -
r t F. Edge of London writes W. J. the W. CT.: T. U.. including in her
t Eggs Our Specialties: which will he the promoting ol the itli oiiinuHH, liiifHi'iilfii. aid oll'r'tj'opl",1, : (fruits In
r. :Mc&tean of New Yor that he will surely field the counties of Brevard St. Lucie, spirit of brotherho and 1 'Iraternliynm (

fi ftylng; over to the United States In Dade and ,Monroe She Is also County ciifop.x .
: their live, the rare of their. lick, the. I x (
ono'o I -r
i9'l tho fastest motorboats! that President of the Christian: Endeavor
and Tangerines. 1
The Finest Oranges burial of 'their dead, provimort. for the
? is bJflrm, can build to use at Palm I Society and field secretary for Volusla," CAre of their tamihe after Heir rli-cen. I I West Palm eaCh.Fi
1, Reach In the battle for supremacy Inmosorboat Brevard, St. Lucie and Dade, an-J her Hint to help in the building and inakin< ida

t building. It Is well known greatest work is as District Superin- of homey for such of the members an
I care to partake In ibm. privilege( i
that' the Napier! boats have ,had things tendent of the Children's Home Society .
this ,
Signed January 13th 19n6 'aVJVI
v ,I' pretty much all their own way InEurppe I for the entire East Coast. She ad- A large shipment of Choice O>'n. t> Currle I tCrrY !

'.:, a"d In 'that game' England dressed both the C. E. Societies last Nonesuch Apples Attorney for Incorpnrelora.

*! xi*i)8) to be leading France, which Sunday and will do something as the
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"I country orlgnated the fast motorboat way opens for both the other organl.atlomstlon3. -

:y just Jlto. Uje automoblle. She will visit Boon all 1 D. C. CALDWELL MEAT MARKET..T.
t.I ''' Several Cases' of Extra Nice
N
points South of thla.
A, ......
FEASTER, Proprietor.
'i llnv.your bikes repaired at Cuinmings Fresh eggs.

I C1Fnia .. A' .,opposite b ok. All work NOTICE.In BLACK.MITHINOHORSESHOEING( I l<'lot'l11.1".! ;) "! \Veslern! MeatH I'oiiltiy Game and Eggs.
"'-' I. I
,"ed. 9-13-tf County Judge's Court, ProbateIn
g! "
1 Mall Order Receive Careful .
t. Attention.
4 County Judge's Court Probate Juris-
'lj:1 Bicycle headquarters All kin dlcton, Dada County State of' Florida: '
Jefferson Block
WEST PALM' BEACH
wltettl'khddf2lt supplies t HufTatelt- Chickens.
In the ''Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. GENERAL REPAIRINGClematis I
1' iers .. Jltf.Bargain. .
Ward Deceased. 'I -. -- -
Notice la hereby given that on the l Ave., West Palm I BeachI "
second day of July, A. D. 1906, I shallprenent : Large Worth Produce fom: 'y I II
.
have now In mplnr of the neat black.wi'hain -
o-e
Aut. h twoccey'engi! e for 'I my
p. I for final settlement the Btiuth' :JAMKn R ABK.XMM-- I $
my accounts -
$13.5, lit Putter i, Flatiron Building, West ( LEMATIS AVENUE I i..r hornrHhoetiitf ann aenvrHt work Also O.h
'9 i PstukB.ach. and apply for my discharge 93 I' .I K"att* .ha>k hot>K., tiller,iron. iiiada to order I iWest

executrix' of the Estate and of the Last 1 Palm Beach
ch fo SalewlEle Will and Testament of Patience P. I I"r"1"'r"r"r"r"f"r"

to f1. I n fi ejrd, fiat;r., Six-horsepower out.: finish, canopy Fay. sit Wart Miami, .deceased, Dade, to County( the ,County Florda.Judge. "rtnnrnrnrmiunrnrt'," ,' ', ', "rnrnc" ', ;" " " ,, j .. ( '

Town
9 h & Ruwe, I rug De, that alwaYM goes. VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT, Lots

Executrix of the Last Will and Testament Jl/e I ieQ.el .
Verb I pharmacy i
chem.$" J' !f t Itymse. Palm Beach. of ,Patience P. Ward, deceased-: ,

H. PIERRE BRANNING, ,-. Choicea

r avenua'SMilinar7lrshowiag;f7ii X*. 'CouiAiintlae. the oinetbiog ClematiJ Attorney for Executrix. = Solicits YOUR Trade., =is e'llce Lotsfrom

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I ..et"ohI>1 la straws- Come early be- FOR SALE. =-= -

ore the, noc Jufptcked.. ( lr3t' Cottage of 'seven rooms and bath; Pure 3 $200 :-
ri open fireplace; lathed and plastered I We give "you Drugs at Moderate ; up, .
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Buy your bread and bakery products throughout; corner lot 100x150. Mlouaebalre .. == Prices a.Eeglatered'I 3 one-third
put by cash
from the Majewskl Bakery and be up Valance by f? iemi-nnual
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( P. O. Box 246, West Pain I == ::::
HealthandT liJ1fIC&). It.AirOtttlngenLake D .chF1a. E Pharmacist. =s installments, on reasonabe: time, no Jord-
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lug to
$ priceollot.,
C Worth PIKRCE'S BICYCLES at 'Commlnssfa For '

; t S Ndw i I. your opportunity tu visit points CI ( *ve", opposite"bank,Wjst'! Pain;1' Try, ,;.our ,,Candy. Soda. .and; Ice Cream plate and full Information apply to

r't ofiniereHt long Lak -WM11.. Take a Beach.'Everjthtnd'in. ,t NVlM.r r I WALLACE R. MQSES
?' tri WJ' I Ri.lua, ..the.b..uih' p; V == ,,.. r == % ,

." s, (. : ; ( 'C1Jt'-Jd. or elsewhere the :printings; line', al l ::. n, A. Q. RIEQEL, ..A. t.Florida( East Coast finites, :' Land|' Jppp r tment,

E hiwctft'low:) rates until FebrUAry'ocb'RwHnd. The Tropical Sun. and all work executed Graduate New.York Ct lb'geol Plmrmacy West'Palm Beach Florida.

18t;"n.tie A. U. Mer. la the :very neatest and latest': i .

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