The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 Lake Worth Bridge bair Controversy 'Comes A Savings Department With 4 'f,,; l y

ilERCEDES U.'S. A. TAKES( THE SIR this tournament to find that the local Jicw Ferry Path to an End. Mr. Blackman Per ten''. Interest. A Pop (

boats have rendered good accounts of "" r I '
I, themselves when pitted In open competition Not to Blame ular. Feature. 1 1The

THOMAS DEWAR TROPHY i with tbe crafts recognized: as i -- --

the speediest': motor boats In the
coun- '
: The work of the past two days The Tro- Dade County Bank has Inaugu- ; '
"---- try today .*
acrose3Lake! Worth. Sun has made a;careful Investi rated anew> nature which Is destined to

ocal Beats Cut a Big Figure and No Little Surprise ->Postponed FIRST race of RACE.Tuesday v morning, cally'-*.completed, and :. Into the' details of the co' tro- meet with popular success, and which c

automobiles to the mis considered In' 'the light of
across !In regard alleged must be
11:00: a. m. Distance 10.35 miles Cr- 3 ,
Was Created the Speed Develop d. der of finish: menced this week of .the Dade County Fair, / a great .benefit to the working classos i, '

I 1. Shadow, Geo. E, Andrews .1.03.14 the garage, which the purpose of getting at the exact 'of the city. ,

--.. _- ---..-.., I I 20. Mera, W. I. Huffstetler .:1,52.44 night, will be rebuilt so( that Justice may be done tike I A special meeting of the board o; i ?;,, rrf
Allon I more substantial scale of the Fair and that the
started :
but d\l: not finish.
I Mont successfully did regatta week They saw It I be commenced I directors of the tank was held this t
Coo and Carlta did not alart. will, of the whole county, who are
B lid Its finish In the excellent and I It was four seconds after high< noon I SECOND RACE. plans have been O deeply Interested, may have week, and It was< decided to Immediately ,

tlendld races which were run over when the boats were all In line for the I One mile dash for the Dp.war In connection! with matter properly pienented. open a savings department In the T't I
< hank It was also decided that the
in course yesterday, the event of the' start. They were at the stake beat. a i trophy. \ the bridge for Investigation! has resulted In the all f;
I to the ferry la I.el''g bank would pay four per cent; on ,
fcy being of course, the winning: ofla mile down the lake and were lined up I 3. :Mercedes, H. L. Bowdeu. ..s.flao. I t- exoneration of Mr. Blackman deposits In th's departments,
ready for the dash and race. i "23," George Olngrai,. . .?.31-2-8 hotel grounds< on the the charges main In this paper. !: 9 Je
Sir Thomas Dewar trophy, which will lea4 directly from Many State banks are adopting This
The boats abreast each other were: J 17. Possum, H. L. Wlllouihb: 55-4-5 has 'teen meet clearly and j I
[ captured by II. L. Bowden'a boat I J-g eastward to ''the feature, and everywhere tried It has
< Possum, "23: ," The Limit, Mer- ] 14. The Limit, H. C. TIlIJmpson4.U45SECOND explained and It la with conv.enlencand has l
Be Mercedes, U. S. A. cedes, U. S. A. RACE A. nmli-o the route to great deal! of pleasure that The I' proven a great \
I the of !oink '
shorter and will reunited In starting accounts -
iTbe other winners !In the races of It wa one of the prettiest of sights 3. Mercedes, H. L. Bowden. ... .3.10-2-5 one Sun makes this acknowledg and who have \
I necessity of traveling by boys girls
fHterday were as follows: even seen when, at the.drop of the flats, 0. "23;" George Glnp'as,3.30-4-5 from like, landing to 'IIt storied out) to make their own way In ''' y
all moved Into position and were 17. Possum, H. L. Wllloughby4.02-4-S In regard to'payment not'having been '
11. George's Andrews':! trim motor up \ the world. Especially bas the Hav 4'
I off. The Limit was withdrawn.' I Messrs. Dlmlck and Lalnhart ;
whIch the first Photographers' 'legs department proven iiopularrt.in
|at Shadow won race
noticed to fruit purchased in the citrus fruit
The little Possum was THIRD RACE. I I
cities where there are no special savings
I the day, which was postponed; race commence to gain and she and the' Consolation race. Open for. all boats cno iRIfIl'r-1.ndak.< | :: .! fly direction; of Mr. J. B. bank, as Is the case In this city.
i from >Film' for; Name. Also ; the whole matter I snuMt r
Tuesday morning. Mercedes 'began to draw away that have not won a prize. Dl-tinea The Dade County Bank and the! citizens I

|. C S Coggl ''8 "Blanche," which the other boats and the Possum. held 5.175 miles Start 2.30. Order of Cnl h: unilmriil of latent explained. It appears that' the of West Palm Beach are to be
her owh In this relative pea tlon! fora Blanche C. S. Coggin.33:43: UeHtlqimrieis for iI \ for this fruit! was sent! to Mr. In-I
jm In tile third race, the Consolan 17. congratulated upon[ this latest enterprise p
: Utllei'ver half .lot the course, when Meteor, Can DeBerry . 3361 inliii'K" 'tf>r ainatewrn.' :' office at the close of the Fair
which It Is to be will
hoped ,
| Race the. 5.175 miles In .. i
> making f the Mercedes put on a spurt and : 20. Mera W. I. Huffstetler, . .37.04 p "ite Masonic IVniple. that gentleman, as la. well known, meet with the encouragement that It

i minutes and 43 seconds.( | gained and< then jumped to the fore I Coo and The Limit did! not start. The Majewskl so 111 that Ihs physician would i
It. In the last race of the day and of I i with the spunky little Possum fol I FOURTH RACE. permit him to attend to .any busi t

gala' week, as well, the Mercedes, lowing almost all of the -distance to I Speed class}. distance 10.35 miles, In the lead. The bread, Shortly afterwards. he went to Ta'! Parings, mineral witer, Broad l
I S. A was second winner for the the finish aa close to Tier rival (which :3.30 p. m. Order of finish: ba' ery products are for .his health and the matter I well & Mo.rpPiano, ,

y I i proved to be the winner) the taking ,I,,3. Mercedes, H. L. Ilowden..3218o. finished In their held over awaiting his return.

r KTbera wall the usual -splendid at- the wash off the Mercedes. In this I "23," George Olngraa . . 34.44 \ iMr.. InKraha/ > did once more Recital $ 4V

jtridance yesterday which .was noticed race the sea was smooth and the tide 17. Possum, H. L. WUlouybby..38.35The Musical up hIs duties Mr. Blackman. was

I all of the preceding races of the 'I was'just on the ebb. I i Limit add Simplex III d'd not the North op business, so that at '
According to the conditions of this start. delay occurred. Now that the Brigg'sJCottageOn
wok and there was much speculation j I Is
i I i r has been called to Mr. --
I to which boats would be the win- race there had U;b' another heat, and j Ingra-
|ra. the second heat wale ryn\ with all of THURSDAY ''MORNING'S RESULTS. attention he has written ask- last Tuesday( I the guests at the t'

ITha greatest interest was manifested the same boats lined:! up as In the first I FIRST RACE ORDER OF FINISH. Lovers of good that the bill be forwarded so that BrIggs Cottage and a number of friends ".,,s'
Limit cause of education arc payment can be made. I were to a piano recital givenby
I the race for the Sir Thomas Dewar heat with the exception of The Boat Owner Time. .I".H Created1 "
''phand |! which had experienced trouble all the I 8. Comet, T. I O. Collins . .1.06.49I. combined treat that Blackman haw already.mcplained Mr. Sackett. The selections were 1
:\ race was as pretty i
Id, as Interesting as all expected that I week along and was again ,In trouble, Shadow, Geo. E. Andrews. .1.07.44 one of Tara merit. matter of the premiums, so that timely and each number showed the '

I would be and especially BO from theft : thla time with the water circulation. 20. Mera, W. I. Huffstetler . 107.58 Preparations are whole question at Issue Is made high; artistic sit 111 of the' entertal cr. ;w

.t that the race was ,over a short 1 1fctanca I When this heat began the ..tide was 17. Possum, H. L. Wllloughby. .1.08.13 giving a concert on clear and plain. 1 0ie: program rendered'was: ,' t
and It rumilng\oiit and there was a headwind 4. Simplex III., John C. King. .1.09.35 FrMay, February 23, 'tasing, the case The Tropical Scnata..: o. p. 13, Beethoven. '
that the boats Inc were
Rurally close to each ,other during prevailing.The 6. "23," George Glngras' . 109.41 I which wit be for the hastens to make what amends It< Paplllons, Schumann.

o event j I "race was a repetition of tbe first i 16. Dorothy F. M. Sperry.1.10,13 city school library. and pledges Its Influence for the Nocturne o. p. 9, No. 2, Chapin 'r

[in the first race of the morning the I heat. The time made, however was 10. Coo, Elmer C. Rice. . ,1.10.30 I An interesting of the Interests of the Cradle Song Kjerulf.

Dion Mara. and Shadow were oft In four seconds slower which wes accounted 3. Mercedes, H. L. Bowden 111.50 of preparation! a' d County, Fair. which Is recognized Crescendo, Lasson.

[<. order mentioned. for by the Increased wind and 21. Meteor, Ceo. D ,Derry. . 118.27 gars 1 un'bers. The ''a ,most Important factor In the I Slimmer Day Barker-Girundahl.:
was soon
| t the Mera had trouble with her the changed, tidal condlt'lona. 18, Bruiser, James K. Clarke..1.20.17 ,mostly .local, selected .() o.t the East Coast Parting Sodg, M-eiulelsnohn. !

BKlnog not In ,this race of the dav, although the Simplex III and Dorothy d'siuall- best vocal'.and may also be stated that this paper
only In the but
carborater .!
BIO In the cylinder "She was slow In time was fast enough to win the con fled. Carita and The Limit did not In the city Theme, not allow any further dlscuss'on! An Outing Lake Worth, ;>

i'tlng' away and sIre snowed that the test, It was 1 minute and 4 seconds start;. Allon' 20thCentury and conservatories aaalatrd! by 'two lady the matter In Illt' olnmn8. It ends Now in your opportunity to visit points .''t- '

i>ublo she was experiencing was slower than the time made in the rec- Blanche. did not finish, I of '. of interest along Luke Worth.. Ttt-Ite. A''

Bite serious as- she did not do any- ord trial here last year by W. Gould SECOND RACE. ... 'Ml as Edith Hamd, of Irin to Munyon'g\ Inlaid, Rlrl!'rn, the 'i'V.

|log l in the way of'speed. Brokaw's "Challenger." II. S'Oth Century, L. T. Pettea..2.1.12 Rider, cf Boston, both "., buying your souvenirs don't famous SM Gardens the inlet, or else ,

I'rht +I I Nor did the time made show the 20, Mera, Iff. I. Huffstetler .. .21.33 very highly spoken !' the Old Soldier, who has the where. SOt'ciAllow rules until February i

Alton had, made'- good start full ability of Mr. Bowden's boat, for I'' 9. Allon," Tyler Morse- . . 22.11 doubtedly 'fully, and most attractive stock In Kl" 1. i>n the launch Rosalind A. D. Mer.chanUnmMer .

.1 1 after! a while he too was seen to when In Northern waters under conditions -I 8. Comet, T. B. Collins . . ,12..Q tion. Palm Block. i tf / 'l

B'reose' In speed and !then she came Vastly more difficult for speed ; 14. The Limit H. C. Thompson22.3<< As soon las ,

B a full stop. than prevail -here, the Mercedes: V. 8. 17. Possum, H. L W\llollgh| by. *,2a 00 fected they will "... you Can let R good priming! taint BOYNTON.

tThlg was most worrisome to'' her A. had has made a !much better show Carita and Dla"che'acratched.. The Tropical Sun f i as per gallon' : Buy one gallon '
% Mr. and ')Irs. B. Scott and Mrs.; J.
Bner'd popular
i Is a ? one there
many friends, aa they were ing. ORDER OF FINISH. Fro Paint' Bt |i 75 per I gallon> and
B'tlcutarly' anxious for him ton 'The third rare of the day, the Conso 10. Coo, Elmer C. ;Rlce,. . ,j..J.40.S7: unity of predicting gallon raw, linseed nil at 70 to 750 W. McKay pent sTuesday In Went ,

this race, aa It was the post- lation'Race, was very goad and very 9. Allon Tyler ''Morse. . 1.4207 I cettY. you have two l gallons> of the best Palm Beach talng In tbe motorboat* "
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wl racer' last Tuesday In which close' and was enjoyable to a'! who 17. Possum H. L. W oughbY. .1.42.111 "'- I made Try It.V.. gniritntce races. tj f?

V boat had won, the race,' how&ver. witnessed It. 5. "23," George Glngras. . 1.42.17 NOTIOE.The -f',icllon B M Putter Flatiron Messrs. Bob Rousseau ?d': George
lag declared off.on technical grounds In the fourth and las, race of the 20. Mera. W. I. Huftstetler. 142.17 regular monthly <1111>1, West Pulm Bench Green spent Tuesday In Yeet'PalmBeach.

explained .the report W that race v day the Posjjum was the first boat to 5. Comet, T. B. Collins.... .1.43.21 Ing of' the Fanny ?. ''I
the time. '>- croSs the .starting line and was followed 1. Shadow Geo. E. Andrews .', .1.11.04) Chapter of U. D. O., buying your souvenirs don't F. W. Palmer and: ,tfitei.: ti.rwe're '> 1'

i Meanwhile\ during the: stop of the In turn by the "23" and the 1. Blanche, C. S. Coggin.L41.23! ,i home of Mrs. E. W. et the Old SoldIer,-who has' the InVest Palm, Beach Thursday. '

'lon, the :Mera was Been to get.agaln :Mercedes, 'V, S. A. Tots race wee exceedingly 21. Meteor, Geo. DeDerry. . ,t."'./I) i I Monday' February 5, & ,and moat attractive stock' In The Boynton Hotel tig progressing

.|ter a fair speed, the IJhadow; {which good and very Interesting Dorothy 20th Century, S mplex HI, I members are requested Palms Block.' tf rapidly,
m<* started, Mr. Bowden opened U. S. A. JJrulHer! MRS. G. building are ,now occupied as well as
passing both \the Mera aftd{ tram the fact that :Mercedes, and; ; HEALTH. .. V
''I> Allon. which had been prafetlcallv wide the throttle and lit the end of the scratched.: some of the cottages.\ -
: ( the ability to do a good day's Mr. )Ditto, jthe
anchor j .l' first tap had gained the leadership, -. -a'anttnoNd -- agent at Delray, wall
on I'M without undue fatigue and to
Like calling on Herds Wednesday. All
the the Mera, the Alioa got which he maintained and at the end Mrs. I.. ConHtnntlne' up .
P>rtl life worth living. Yru cannot 'were glad .to se 4-! him. ,
again but,BOon came to a full df thIs ten mile race, It was seen that avenue, milliner* !I. i Indigestion OconaUp'atlon'
''D and "For Sale James F. .Mead was in town .transacting -
it was Judged from' hft aopreceedlng -., the total time averaged per mile was very nohby la Mrawn. > its
upsetting the liver and
: VV
ui'tor launch.with business
II eighteen-foot
( Small
,this .top,),' that the better time made than In the compete ore. the ,iiipck! 'In nicked ( ..the blood. Such condition ; V
)lblE! WM due to defectIve bond First-claae" in every rt prl't. Price a Regular religious services will beheld
: battery tlve mile race.
neetion. or .else to. loose ,battery In this race. the Possum bad some IJJQ casb. B M. Putter, Flat Iron Buy your bread and I I be best and quickest relieved by In the school house Sunday mornIng -
Building from the Majewskl the bent liver regulator that at 10:3( l
ffmlaals. in thus way and temporarily .
It became sllghty trouble was .
easy; .
I world has known.
healthy and ever "lit ,
happy. all
T thE! Shadow to while "23" went up > are scurry to learn that
come la ahead and obliged to lay too, "-;,
Ii win. with hands' "' own:: .. to second place and finished somewhat Hartford tires I Nc;'. .77, fj oo cacti, at : \ WrtLn.". w. Smith writes! April 3, "Grandpa" Punk la very 111.e' '

a the Wg event of the day; the rnlle: behind the Mercedes, whose time fqr Camming*. ..9-lj.tf ;p r. H. T, Fuller, of 'I : medicine of"uss..; Herblna for and find It and the I, Miss\ Lulnt ilulllhan\, one of BoyntoV l
"II 1VhIs spending popular ladies '
young wall tn '
everyone of the costae was the married
witnessing the dash the trips
keyed UP to 'two for the week. FOR RENT- Co-operatlre storeroom. city will preach' in the I, the liver I ever used." SOc! I her home :at Pedro, Ala., (Monday evening -
pee, something rood beat time recorded I f '*
Sold A O. .
the way of eport. ItJtetlmed; fltthig,that at the close of t L. D. Waterman, Palms Hotel 2t church Sunday by Riegel. January 29th to Roy Epperaon,, I,

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Interesting I Is the JuUy Celebrated
Bnrlln., Feb 2.-1'hfl foreign Office
.... .. +\ THESIRIIN I
Paper 01 Dud > aunty. Florida! "
''n ila> amliorl/!' [| tint siun-mont tu b' About FloridaFlorida's ACME) HARROW

' natH1 Dial the (Scrrann! Oovurumeiit .
Pobha ''i i Ivery eiiiu-xlai .m, :saiurdajCHICK. ,'
-- 'houM, hnv one. WParengeutsfor
l i .neusr '
V wtWT aLU ann non, envNTr. 'I.O''D ont!<'iiii>lnti's the (termination of : I livery up..t"! .Dudslu;
!ia 37,931,520.
1 !iheI'clt"u' ( eonfnronce, on fctcr- acreage k '.
Bnllartall'TIIIN! 3.UO: PICK YKAH rocra'i affairs mostly hopefully, although Florida\ had an area of 59,208niure I Size G. One-Horse Cultivator.,
.._ mites. I
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= the conference has hardly produced

Tropical Sun Pu.illshiuK[ Corap'.v. a :final and definite solution of Florida has iOGJC88( acres of land COMPANY:

CHAS. B. KENDALL. Manager. the .Morroccan question The German in cultivation.,

Government" neverthelena: Is Florida produweh a variety of
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t to I Men
oared m the !Poniiiffice. of M ml 1'...n Ke.chCnnttnllnl that the result will be the gen- fruit, vegetables and fart crops than

; 1 I 10 eeennd.cleee tnettet'k. eral agreement among the* powers 11.ny'other State in 'the ,Union.Florida's .

1 -. ---'-T- which will prevent Morrouco from beIng ) average death rate per

f. art prepHrcd to fit yon in a

world.It .
WEDNESDAY'S RACES. Florida is the best hunting and fishing -

State east'of the Mississippi river SUITOR
lot Bauu" 1.:111": J,. Start: lJ Ii m. DI. 10:60 miles
/, It 1AI111I1! TIlI'I".Mol...... 88,01 was a great disappointment! to Florida has a greater extent. of seacoast

? 15 CNrLLn. John Clarke 411.1Et' many visitors at Palm Beach and than .any other State.
I ,
S s11lt" Ono 011'1('..... I 68.10AT hose Interested in the ,races; that the Florida bas forty-five railroads la-

J"l1m. H. L. tflllaegl.by 811.ltII :tlxle) did note arrive here in time to eluding the bran ''band lumber roads. TROUSERSto

2olhCenttu I..T. Put tlu. 87.87 Florida, Is the only State In the
C compete. The fast 'boat will not be
1 Binnchv. C. F. COII'ICI" 0.t8 Union producing sponges; harvest suit"
:, 0 M""tI", 11. L. Howden, BlI.OO seen here this year, as she arrived In worth half a million dollars a. year; prpspnt'oreunlonsit ; tI -

; 4 Itl })01' t Prim of' nlxivc oiih. <>rBc Htz- in $tO.UU, delivr-r Ht .yoOr stntionWe
than other State'
'J'hu Limit 11. C.Thnulpsnn' 118.48 Mr. Sohroeder has ordered''her backto temperature any 'In) .-.
I hive oilier, nizcs. Writ\ u.. fur I cin-ulur pn.Ilx's.HatcheltDaCamara .
to Coo F. M itico, J.IO.OO New York.Speaking the' Union. 0

h Close. C. 2n(1 Brea 8..t. 2.110 p. m. Ina 108m.: :\ of the fast bout a writerIn Florida leads all other States as a H1\,1'.5 Hardware

I i. No. Nm" Ownur. Tlntc-Mtn. the.Boston Transcript says: resort, lor tourists and.health .aeek<>re. Go

[ 10 Cs,.,...... John elill'ke. U.GO "With the definite announcement Florida has a.greater variety of trees
Neglige Shape Soft Hats. West Palm beach Florida
"t, 9 Allon,, TlIuL 1I100'HO.. o.07 than any otherstate In the Union. ,
that-the IBO-horse-power moto.boat .
., F 0:1.27JO : I Florida produces cotton corn,. ,.- .
to Mien W. 11oRsWUer Dixie \will be sent to England to com- ( : sugarcane ...

4 Cab 1""e. M. It leo, U9.RI! pete In the Harmsworth cup event for tobacco ,rice pineapples, oranges I -'

HI DntoLhy F. M. Sperry 71.11 the international championship renewed grapefruit, guavas, peaches, plums You are at n IOHHto "n"pllm"'l --- -
01 4 No. 20, MI\III'II"\ tltminnllfluil tot not punning Interest' has been aroused In lemons, pecans, llmas-"figs, grapes, to- know" what to \1m y, You

j i 'J wake at the. northorn end; of tha.;onurno, to |HirUII.indicium the'motor boat racing outlook for'the matoes-In fact a varied assortment of k'IIClW. howt-ver, f that ouwant 0- looooooooooo.onUIc."IIAUit'I"S

iillnwod\ nt begInning ot rune.hill and fruits .of which! w'.t
crops / many can- 'We Q
hill 1 coming season. Dixie will be entered .tile latest v. 11l\V. Palm .acb.Jltu. 18 11.06
('1..1:: 8il,\ Jtl\t\ Start8.W) |p.m. Din l :Cifin\! not be successfully grown farther north
In the foreign events' by her new owner them i

'I I r 8 Moi-ut'dvH' \ /' II. t,. Bowden, fio.ft,) !) E. J. Schroeder, and will be the except! In 'hot'houses. : .
t'' I Florida aiHu produces kaolin which WE ARE IT
{ o "31" Ouo. Utngnu OB.itl\ representative of the newly organized ,-
t' Vt 1'osnilni, II. L. Willonghuy M.4H Motor Boat Club of America. Two or 'Is! produced superior'' to any other

r ,( ,'', 11 20Centui-y. L. T. I'l'lllo fill.\ 10 three other American boats will prob- known. It is so abundant that It would White and Colored CanvasSHOES GASOLINE S SWHEREAs'

;, 7 Bill".01... C. 1"". Coggin, 00.28 ably be entered In a number of for- pay to: manufacture It Into ornamentalbricks' FOR &

The Weatrul,Limit mid Uoniut storied but did eign competitions and It Is quite '
I Florida produces phosphate and Tim HiitlioritlcH are proposing-to' restrict and x
not AuliiliThe sible that! the Dixie may take P1)1'I'I
Toi|' y,Simplex. Bruiser .ami Six Shooter. some of the races In France. Officersof aluminum, and gypsum that will, run I for If'n. Women and Children rl'gnl'l'e' I III*' manner iti which) Qimolinf shall! || .. h>limidlcj Q

Old not ainie.Gas the Motor Boat Club of America'''94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Alsoa W.. wish to state that in. c.ufrmit.V with the proponed: rpurnlatiou -

J{ t have received the list of dates for the I superior quality of white cement; it "will" lit iwenwary for you. 11 Consumer) to wait upon 114 T

k engine: repairing and lathe work more Important foreign events, ana an well adapted for ornamental tile l brick. with time attieienttnrunhls tin. to promte' it from our funk end" V

t at Hun.stetllers.v f?lf' International meet will' soon be' arranged Florida abounds In immense depositsof The Sirkin Cotnp'yJefft deliver it to your houMpnr t b u t'dil''rt, as in no Instam-e are we Hlowpd |- 0
phosphate rock.Twenty A
81 for this country. A plan of tu 11uveitpveaTE111'OtAItiLYunour50)15 preiniMcu. y)
k A Hard Lot qurbl& division of racing dates hasbesn Block<<: Iaudlylenv.'your ordprsfirU.asoliueat' the store it thus to 0

of troubles to contend with, (spring from curried) out for thS first.time th's Year Battle. West Palm Beach Florida serve you without\t incoiivciiii'nce: to yourrtelyHH. (
f a I'-rcM Hver and I lnckl1ch'd b wets
nnlesnvou awaken them to their, proper year, and the leading events have been I was R loser In a twenty vent battle &
f action: Will Or Kinu'a N -w Life Pills; so arranged that the fastest' boats from with' chronic piles Mud. maligrant sores,
: i the l.-a8Hnte .t and mnwl t-ff otive irtil I tried BncklenV L. -W. BURKHARDT
f r> > cure I different t countries may be taken to Arnica Solve ; FINEST GROCERIES'
1 for Constipation They prevent AipenliciniHnl whichturnen' the tide, !hy. curing/ both,
( ) tone up the .lymrm 25C at the various competitions, and yet till not R troceI'timim," writes A. M ,N. 6: Jet our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed. .

I all drugilsis, have sufficient time for trial spins. Bruce of ''..."I"I lie. V", Best for old FOWLER BROS. & KING t3f"lt will pay you. to purchase our Coupon Books.GETP &
The series! of races aboard will begin Uli'trn, (Cnio Burns And Wounds zjc .

'i FIERCE BICYCLES m .Cummings with the two weeks': meet at Monaco at all rlrul'glcIY.! Io: <>-<>-ooo<>-<

Clematis 'ore (Pp .'itc bunt' tf which wjll occupy the first two weeksIn MACHINE SHOPI .
i1tmor. C
THE COTTON REPORT. April. A weeks' racing at Nice will! tarn. Brnadwell&Mooe. i I

yI 2.-In Immediately follow the chief event being f/Ve/A/f/ / REP IRS A PECIALTY -
Washington, February accordance -
the Mediterranean cup race along ITCHRINGWORM.E. ALL KINDS o] LAI HE and SHAPEH WORK
with a resolution, passed by
I the Italian coast. The attempt to T. Lucas, WIngo Ky. writes,

}{ th* House yesterday, Director North cross the Mediterranean 1, wh'ch resulted April 25, 1902) : "For 10 to 12 years I .GAS ENG NE SUPPLIES

F of the Census Bureau, reported to the so disastrously last season will had been afflicted with a malady
r, House to-day, that the glnnera estimate I not be repeated thIs' year. Tha first known as the 'Itch. The Itching was FOR SALE'

the amount of cotton, remaining week !la May has been claimed by the moat: unbearable; I had tried for

it J Hell e Club of France for a serins of years to find relief having tried all Near Ferry Landing Lxke Front
unglnned! 0'1' January 16, will aggregate j .
3 short and long distance races. The remedies I could hear of, besides a tr Mle"
t' 21> ,884 bates. I Kiel I regatta In Germany will be heldon number of doctors. I wish to state that WEST PALM BEACH FLORID !
c + >Speaker Cannon to-day, refused to June. 28 and 29 and efforts will be ore: single application of Ballard's I

': made to give greater prominence to Snow Liniment -..- I IN LINE;
::1 I have anything more to lo with the report cured me completely

1 When the rules absolutely required the motor boat features than has been and permanently. Since then I have sith other wise people if you would nuke yo"r own Thanksgjv iR. You will

l ( done In the past. The month of July used the liniment on two separate oc- never do a wirer thing than the tn>rtiiiK of a hank account Aside from the
I he would 'not announce the
,G a l will be occupied almost exclusively by casidhs for ring worm and It cured frugality of such ajtep you will staud better in your own estimation and in that

figures from the chair. The report motor boat raves In France the more completaly. 25c, BOc and $1.00. of your aiwociHtes For detail. os to the ease with which you can start an

lI' went to the clerk and by him was car- Important of which will be the Fjenrh Sold by A O. Riegel. account call atThe

ried to the room In which the execu- Navy league contests on the Seine and Dade County State Bank, West Palm Beach Florida

tive documents were received. He was the Hellce Club regatta at Havre. The one of the soundest institutions in the
A henutiru'ly' i r.isberi. new 2 h p. two. '- ERIEy U Country
followed by a big crowd of newspapermen !; Enzllsh: International rare will.be held cycle engine, throtle"! hiltin.ll spark, drv --
and some members of Congress, at Cowes from August 0 to 18, and a HHSIwater --
jacketed. Price
JtOo( AtPutter's
who wore Interested In the cotton number of row trophies have been offered ,
Flat fou Building, West fa'mIUHch. : o F. C. BELDEN
market. "I would not have anything .among them being several for f i 1r1r CO
'to i'o with the report' said Speaker cruising boats. I

vI 4 'r Cannon "It Is a report for which accuracy J. E Ifaicwlck, the well known Ktv ,

4 l cannot be claimed. It Is a demand The palatial houseboat Everglades grocer, west of the rnilro.
I for misinformation, for tock which has been here during part of displaying' a fine line of vrnnd! kitchen
IS ft
v jotihh.'g and I wash hands week and which ware. Read his advertisement b..vet..a'"d the old IHllier ,
purposes my regatta Is socn expected else Store In the Zar( (moue. Mud will o""n lip ,,'Uh. Qua lino of
of It. here from a cruise to'Miami, a-! wh..re. .

I .' / According to the report only about wavsf attracts the greatest attenton! [ 1 DAPPER DRIVER Christmas Goods, Postal Cards and Souvenir Spoonsa

i3 .R half of the glnnera have reported and wherever she comes Into port CROUP. soon im they can set their got.d.\\ JI.' ......

the number of active sinners In existence The craft >Is owned -by Col. Robert Begins with the symptoms of a common And.l Miidlt, >* the i-flnn in nmurt fa"h-

are 289180. The number reportIng Thompson, a 'millionaire manu'ac- I cold; there Is chilliness, sneezIng inn. lr'", )his! ilclitrhr./ lo tuxinl our Valuable Presents Given Away: Next Week

cotton ginned prior to January i i101h. hirer, of New York. The Everglades : sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, delivery wag.>II) Hl
are 12,811. The number glvl.ig, bin a draft of 34 Inches aft, and: 18 fcr- hoarseness and Impeded 'r&sp'ratlon. thus' to iliHtrlliulf, our

no estimate 1,043 the number ot glnnerlc I wafJ. It is 118 feet l'ng over a'l a-d I'' Give frequent small doses of Ballard's Earth Candies in Box and Bulk
Horehound Choicest on Groceries
Syrup, (the child
i s making estimates 14.344. '0In. 116 on the water lne.! She Is 28 test cry --
I for It) and at the first -
tal '''ii-innecl by states -as given la, ilio. beam to the outer guards. Sha Is I sign of a croupy tn these who) hnv thftn

report Is as follows:. Alabama 11,340; equ'ppd with two 35 horse power cough apply frequently: Ballard's Snow Lt'nvt II.",.oI..r and WP will hive ...................................e......:...... .*.r

Arka''' nas, 28,533; Florida 3,059> ; Geor- I Gil-bit engine, and each sh&'t has two I Liniment to the throat. I I I hint, rciti tip HI- your door in mi .hour
i 17S73SIndian: Mrs. A. Vllet, ,,.New Castle Colo., to 01..1 h'..' vonr" |iiip-luicf' J. E.
gia. ; Territory 14,113; l llA propellers. She boa thrre rudders for HHRDWieK !
Louisiana I writes, March 19, 1902: "I think Dallard' I P. !< I'ri/vn( are u shade luwcr.
1!>,399; Ullsslsa'ppl, 43,281; I stoering and more than an ordinary ac- ,
Missouri 1,785 North Carolina 9,083 would be I Horohound Syrup a wonderful FABER BROS. .
? ; ; cMenf required to crIpple
remedy, and : Groceries and
I so pleasant to take. Family Produce
Oklahoma 12.0C8; South Carolina, her., I :
Sold by A. O. Rlegel -. I Market and GroctrvinanWFST
Te, 9,700; Tennessee 11,954; Texas 22,734 Captain 1 John Gardner I Is In charge : a: .-' k-_ Af Living Prices
Virginia 39G and commands a crew of ten men. I .

The Evergades Is one of the finest I B M\ Potter Ke'nt for Mopes. Amerl.\ '' ----- ...,.----.----------- : Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of :

rp ADMITTED HER MARRIAGE boats of her kin<) ever floated. Thereare cuss Armour, Wilson' & Tonm eor'"
Painlerv, and Krnuine itnpurted Peruvian v EXTRA FINE GRANITE
+ New York"Feb. 2.-Wilson Mltzner, ten tate room aboard, all of whch! guano. Flat Iron Buildli! (g Pleasure Boat "Tattler"For. IJTCHENVAnE :

d r the ;young Californian, who declared are 9x9 feet. The dining room has a t II I '. ..

U ', r that he married Mrs. Charles T. capacity for seating 30, p'rsl'ns at table p 'Iter at tI.e Fl l I Iron Bu l Idin .car. I : .,:Mire. I Mtn : Clematis Avenue: .. .. Jot WpstorRuilrnsd. .
ThiN rlinitt| >auxillnr c..b.r)
< rot
Yerkes, on Tuesday evening, which and the $alo is 15x22 feet. The rite n. ti.lt line of fiithing kle and w.i'k r mount Inacell i. hire by ............... ....
It'sIs.' i .
ammunition i ...
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marriage Mrs. Yerkes Is reported to furnishings are of the most luxurious ,, K: eutlyosnh i. .f'.b Pui-uttiiicnluri: : : I IIIQU.r. i ......................
at O. t; Blruhiil'xOroceiy.'
have denied arrived at the Yerkes character and the. boat la. a verltao'e i' -
mansion on Fifth avenue, this morn- floating. palace B rklt ". ....
tt i<>i i a nometlilnfZ to toy about YOLEnUONtYANDT R 0 DRgROkOROROROeOROROROUOROR)A0a107e0ia0ye0isOt10klgw0eroA0Ir
log. On October 13th last the Evertla'Ies! Jla..11I.. u, HI.oil er column tbat will In. 1

} ,. Atltzner! came In an electric car, accompanied left New York southward. bou id. ...reMfiT'it i to, 'Red I'. Cure GnltUi, Prevents Pneumonia S ,

4i; by his valet His Posses- dawdling/ on the way at various pno! ( a. ----- ..- I 0 G. G.! Strohm Company :

1 alone consisted of two suit eases and a some tlmo was spent at Ann a no'is) I sink &Inform t nvary person Within one '
hat box. When Wltzner alighted from where tile British fleet was anTo!. hgndt, "udntll.'gf W...."i.t t Vuini watclmau-clook HUHL-IU that'and l lnt I ---I' I,

L the car a number of newspaper men Thompson entertained lav.'ahiy.!' The! lu..I'1-1o yonr ayes with wpcctHlen, 01 } '. :
null' 'eu
uvegtnew's.a"d ) nn.U..1yun FHMILYGR0ERIE
tt 1l who awaited bill arrival remarked tip frotn Norfolk was mainly by tin! may wimt ni my hnu. I am. tint H *wlntotV i t
elshor lint H irtTiitMnntil i it i-nnfttnni', n o .
him "You are moving In? "Yea4herepied InRlde route. ..
,oIty owner In In tnt'o_ and l iierftMitly i*... .
"I am moving In, this Is my etsndl.Is:: .f or nn> bn.in > yniir majr !have 0' .-
m uautuWtwithma vvutulint andjuweli'y
home now and I am moving Into It." ; ,Wheel for rent ot Cummings 9-I3-tf In used u if"" |.lIlo1nl\) may base. ,, by reffUtored Fancy Food Products .
mui I wllleawmne und
( expretti. roIMM'i + t ..
Mitzner then! entered the mansl'ondoor I o..t..Ity I'tilui-a iimll-{If the prlue. ta not .. '. ,
xMixfnrMry. can moat the imiMt ..... T.; .
you ,
it being Immediately 1 tot' MANY WERE
opens KILLED.
1 tui'n iU. H itliout oh""l M 'hIm. The' newspaper men afterwards Constantinople, Feb... 2.-Statistics ty. yuan' vxiHtrlaiift with'nomoof Ihe IMJHIhiiUHOn ... .
In New fork mn< 1I"'tno'lIO"IS : .
r e were admitted and to them Mrs.G which have just been made public, of IIOIM! Watoluniik and Uptbulsnfor I i \

Yerkea acknowledged, that she was the Mueselman outrages upon the LTWtinlflHf fort JitMh oiiirltl. U..Jaek"n.vuly.Tbuso ;pa "Iw *iiflloi ii6.Nttfnr* r BLOCK, .
ry married to Mltzner. When asked It Christians >during the year.show that linen that. I unl: .nntMml my business and 0 ;
1[ Kuamnuw atlHfactuni In every _. II ,
,xI she had any stattknent to make. she 232 killed iced Co '
persona ,were wounded. '
a replied, "I am married and .that Is all, Including 'both women and cttlfy E.:A.. WALKER EXPFRT WATCHHAKER AND OPTICIAN i Palm. .Beach, Fio' -id I IS

;; there is to It." dren. Jefferson Block Vest Palm' Bench ".r0t10tfO1l07eo1to1soh10te0tfuR '
v d Iraa1110ioiro:+loitoi/oi/oiroseotarq, ..,

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andDeparture No Secret It .
Arrival I -

I It ia no atrret thaI tor Cute Burns -- -.PROFESSIONAL- ---.---- CARDS Geo. S. Hacker: &
---- --
of Trains U'cert. F'vt'r Sorer "
S'"" E) eBolls:, : LAW
etc Florida East Coast
001111.1 I. iu'if, c'he as Bucklen'R ----- ---. Railway.Local
Arnica Sulve. .. -------- --- ---
I didn't take. long 10 O.. illllJLLIMOWOUTI!
Clint Ii bad c.
sore 1 had and It la
SOUTHBOVNJD. Ji fl TRAINS. (o,. sore ey... ." writes D. all O. K F 64. In Effect i. t
"V I 1. Gregory or Time Card No. January 9 n06.
:Southbound No. sir 4l{am4.nd\ .JU'aaupedal. Hope Tex ?5C.at all! drug .toru. AITOHNfY. AND CMNfttLLOHT A I fl flf4 I 1 f

( : aty Ilt+acii. l-'la 1 "
th.W t Palm; Beach at $-.03 p. m., 'FJae tIne. 1I I -' ="'- : : ;
,a, re Of latest + y... J181' .
atyle vla ting OK JC). O. OlJItltll; NO.' DD!>o. 811{No.591N. AB STATIONS T8 No. 7* No. OWnlly
sod after crossing; the lake to the Beat cards and latest In letters at Ths JUallylDatlyjDally. : Uallyf : ?, Daily Dally .Dally

Side hotels will leave, the station here at Tropical Sun call and see sampJo. Attorney nod 'ouD8ello-t.Lun' 8'i f C PII4N0c, y2O, a! ;QO ; .L..Ja.k'onvlth'.....Ar 650p( 1 40 P :40: -; .-.o. a"r"40
reachio ... f 2B p 92S! a...... ,.... .....So JRckopuvIU..Lv ta: 83 .
5:40: p. m., &..%1t QI.at..7,2! p, rn. VVKSr; PVtM BEACH FLORIDA 8o'"p 44.40' ,,50, 86 11110" w .. .......IIIt. Aul/u.llo........ 8 SO ( SO .a. ,
Tblstratu. will composed entirely of One ftlf .. ,... III! H, .. >' ....... ,6 Bd p..1' 42 ..
nuie Cough! Curo Ile. l'. !ilCA N N 1NO3 i to 20 .tUtD11!lt H parlor .Car4lfor which) eatra seat fare FOP Uoiialtis fiJi5Ii ) 1ii'i' Inr-a' r... Pulfttka ........". rfain Tuo7OO"p 00 .s a '
will be charged. Cold and Croup. A'orlII's'd; ; (,uundeiluhdr.Law. ata II 00 pill ea :.a S'RO'..t to,.......... Ik a ........ .A! 7 CO p63p 6 6ft a ,708 a
and 'edtr 2 Ia3'J .......,*!.1Trll 00 a. Ar.........fan h 1oI.lAIo..Lv TCTp44H I .?. .. ... .. ...... ...
mail eaprsifo.
Local: '9 will .. _. ---- - ------- .._ %lOnlcv ,o."r. (4ink.l i, ,. .!!.2W!3 fii'tra'p! 8 05TIBrvrsTtiir a Viiii"'a v .........Nan Mnleo.o.......Ar .766 1 06.J> 800. a .!.00..a
leave! Jacksonville ,at Sao: a. moo arrive / ---- WEST t ........... > ...,........ v.......... Neotin ,......Ly I p.......,,... 1J8 ............
Dyspepsia Cure OP ....... .... 7 82' p' 12 >nia Is I ...'........ ......,(...Bunuella........... '* 4 eO ...... t 80 .......... ,
West Pplw, B9 cB at 7j6: p..J1I.. Returning ( : ............ < .p la sow'isra" P ....*... ... ....' \u onl.?..... ... .. ,1/1I/ ...... 4 22"a'iiii": .........
from the East !Side: thia 'train will I Olqe t. what )'ou'eat.. LAND /icitU-( 1 ... IL 02. 1 ,........Otmonu 1/1>1111.,.,... '*. .p.. 4118 P a..
.. .
/ Doora'Sash, 8 p' I pit 11 a ........." Ormond! .....,..... 0 OZ p 4 2tl p "B'M". i
leave Weat Palm.B..Rch.fI\: p tn. and 1 ___ II(11J: M. 1150 p'' 4U). p ,106) p 1120 a" ............ Daytona ............ //I 119 4 1U VI/ 8T B U a.
11.lI'I isPNVN1CMN ............ O Vt' p 'mp .......*... .......Port Orange....... 0 tl' ......... 826 .
reach Miami\ at 10:5$.p., m .-n ,, ( L. A. Blinds ': 21IU J !.IWp It 44 ..'A ri'........Key Binyrna., ......Lt :'LV 866 p .802!J a 'i'ii'a
Southbound No. 3$, ''P.lm Beach and AND 'JIIIQ/IJN Mouldings 1091.1021 a *4"p.4H'I, i > .Ar..L..k..Uul... .......Lv 1245 pIS 415 P gob I p 0 05 p
OHk' over Potter'n WKMTPAUI : 10 BU 10 80 a104ft of 65am I p .. 64 p .OmiiHo (;IIY ...... .". 11' 85 p1285 p 0411 I I'. 649 p
Miam'' Express, will leave Jacksonville! ( M.UITAllTni, ,, 01" BKAC'H. Rto..hi..cu blcyclu. win's. -'ANDBuilding 104V arfBO _aIf ;!. li_pboo V ". ..Ornnirc Clfy Junction., 1IBO""p p "U80' -'p _S45_ _p .!.:!U
arrive West Palm lifiir Kovnl : i. 80 p 1 4d p rrrra(; Lv.N..w. .HnyruaLv. ., Tn p 8"itf I' 2 MJ a 4111 a
at 4:20: p. m at Beach poln..ou(. U Boots : ". ... 96(1( 'p : p. ......., Oak 1l1l..L'l I 244 p' ?.l '
4:10 a m. Returning/ from the Ea.t and Shoes u Pur"ri _.__, Material, 1 > 1089, 248 1! .....p.xV .......,Tltimvllle..,.....,.. .. > (JH p111W ..!6d p ..1..49 a 8"88" i '
train will leave West Palm 1,0U.( ,ti U. TWaTfziTa, ( a ........ ... ...... r..JillllrOI.d..L. : '1120 ......... .. ....
bide tbia CHARLESTON, S, C.fi"arciest tt2/ 11.80 a ,,-........Lv....... ."'.nlord..At ............ .........'s .g HO 80 a
Bench otaliou at 5 a. .tn ., reaching Mi.. (Uejialrii gin All Kinds 8.,1/1.1':, / W"HT I'AI.M "K C'II Kl A i i-\1'718-1'\ 12'iiP LvT...........Tuunvnie..At'. ::8ji a6YinOa -illI8.
J4oy35llWIIL: buffet of Lea hr -- -- : Factory'South. ........... 11 17 p' 8 SI82H l I'. ... ,.,....... .? CocoaLV. I 87 I p ,........... I 00 5.............
ami 7:30: a. m, : carry DKNTAL'- .. .. "
Goods .1122 Kockludiia' t 1260 a.
sleepers and day coaches Neatly Done _.. \.n A ,,',,.' Drle.4 :' ::::::::; ...t.h.i..|.> 888 P P 12&i. :: ..:.::.Ilockleduo;; :' JHoleln i;::.: t ?: P p j.' it.p .. :::::::::::: ;, r I
....-...... I HOOnl 4 14 l I' ....._...... ........Knu Tjallle.. ....... 1241 p ............ 19 21 a............,. '
No. 99. with,: .bu1fet sleeper, drawing L>U. U.II. lUCY 1>1t..J. N. NEWMAN ............ 1'2 1] K 481 I P ........ .. .. .........Melbourne......... I il at p.............. .I ..2 a. '....... r 0. ,
12 a8 BU ba ilan 60 I a .. ,
4 II
room car and, day .coaches, leaven.J rknuqvllle -. Indian Tanned BncMin; Ors: MACY & NEWMAN :::::::::::: 1 45 : p 44 P P :::::: ::::: .: .....::::::.t, Lucia> I ,::::::::::: II I Ol aIDoA a :::::::::::.Id dn I p :: : :':
oncK 120 \ 6 00 P B 86"p ....... Fort fierce....,.... l 4p'/ p 1080( p U //III e i '
at 8:20: p. m., arriving{ at Weal t N ........... \100W! a 620 P'. .. .......... Tlbballa: ........... .. 1(1( & ........... < *7 U ........... .la I f N y
and after Its OZHIIS1S ____ I I.I ........... a 024 P' .. ... ... .... Eden ........... to ia .........,.. lea P'...._....
6:07'u.: at. and .1.
PalmBeach.at : Horsehide Shoes ........... 98ft a 82 ............ .1 .........,...Jens.n............. 10 id .......... k 48it .p .......,._ !'
return from the nllllt Side leaves West i Office irt Jefferson Block Moiled 1I. ........... 348 a 6 811 PiPi.. ."." "tull" ............... 1(1( U4 ....,...... a) .p .......>.*.. (,1
WENT PALM BBACH. HLOHIUAIt. liureb.v glvnu Hint J .luill.cn tan ietli ............ 8 148H.1 0 704 PiP:............ ".......!!'Hobe. Snund ....?... .. t /US a.|......... .15 'l p............ h
PIui Beach at 6:27 a m., reaching dAY Miami 8:30: .. m.NORTHBOUND. FOR TENDER FEET It. IT"L.IUOY It. nOI...,..County. Judge of Dnda County,Flm.I- II 07 a 4 10 5 p SMP r.... West Palm lien." ..... a 10 85 a 18a p II 00 p / '
1)1 dn for llr.iil. 8 17 a 4 a. II 21\ I'I/ 80 pL.......... Palm Bunch ......, .L, 040Hlft a 10 m a U3T I p IO FO P
Olive St North of New Jefferson Bio a dIHO"'U'j1I' n adnIIlIMtl'alAlI' the 027 s II Bl l" a HNI'' I'' ft 40 p" ..... Went PalmPeachAt. 1000DOU a 48 I P.10 aa p
TRAINS 'IPntlet estate of John Hiini'y" Roil ik-CMimuctr... ..'. I.I ............ 69H bBB I' ..... ............Mnynton ...,.....LT 745 a ............ 713 1 p,1............
I Detest, this, 18th day of July, A. D. limn. .......... 6 IIfI al \I\ (JII .... 10 ..... Dolray...,.......... .. IBM Oil ........... ., ,
Train No.,78.local otlloe Kirn duo, wont or Dude tonniy: Ht.us ............ 6 8ta a 10 00 .... .. .......Port Laiiderclale...... tt4UIt ""I............ ;
maltend express IlenkwKS1' JOHN R,. WUE1TPH.Admlnlalinlnr ; !I ........... 6 < ":IO OHat .... .......... Dan In ............. *. 42 oJl.; ..I.] ........... '
with buffet cars and day conches leaves : of the I K-lutonf Jolin Henry Until ........; *. ti) so ..... ...........allnndn.'e........" a tto Jl.4H I ....._.... }fl 'f.
FOB SALE 1'VLM 11KA11. KI.OKDA" (luouoacd.K1LLTHG. .......... 170.11046. p.. .... ,........ Lemon City ......... 808a 5..7. !21 Pp f[ :
Miami at 6 a. m, nrriyet at West Pains I I 800 a ISO a 10 M a6 pAr.. ..... ....... Miami........-..LT 00 I 10 -j".jj| p ;
and II ......... 800 aL....... ......... Lv..... Miami. ........ ..1. 00 Pi...........*
after Its
Beach at 8:15 a. tn., return I ..........1080( al.......... ......... Ar' I.......Ifomeetendt. fAr .......... .. fj() .......:.... .!a
from tbe Eaut Side leave this city at'8:50: one of the most beauti "'" .. I I. '
Bnm I'arlnr Can on trains 23,2 78,71.< Bullet Bleeping Cur ontraln.85,09,253,9& I
a. m. reachinn Jacksonville at 7:30: p. tu J Dally axcttptuuaday.. d'e ,
fully situated homes : COUGH
Northbound N.,. 74Miami and Na ...n CONDENSED: BC1IEPCLB HKTWKICf JACKSONV1H.B: ANT' ) BT. U0I18TI"lJl// .

Special composed esclonlvely( of linffet in Florida.One AND'CUStE THE. LUNGS 'tlo. :ai 1 .37 N 16kBODTBHODND
__ ""' 23' No.< 27} No' 22'No.43' 80. 311t No. 89 No. 93 /,
parlor cars, will leave Miami at 8:13: a Dally Dally I pally. D511y Ex.Deny Mon Ex D.IIy Mon D511y Diliy I Dally Ex.pant Mni. .
arrive at West Palm Beach fro I
m to u m. .Sing'sNew
hundred and ninety feet above .. Jacksonville S 00 .900. '. 1120 a. 110 l' 260 1'10 tJO p 4 20 I' a so p 8 80 9 110 P '
After going to -Ea t Side atatlma! \this *ea level<
train will leave Weat Palm Beacb' lake, with leas of bills for some mllr> We 'Discovery NORTElBCltfND Ne No. 30t Ne. 78t No. 44. ..Wl.IN I .Dally 8.N
10:25: a. tn., reaching Jacksonville. at Absolutely healthy with delightful have world Iucuu.uw t v wr terse sit e .r.M.uer Iu roan the Odly pl\ D.IIy Daily Daily EI. 8 n Bun Dally Dilly Dally Ex. Bua C C0 Co

740.: country for riding: and .driving other.ba.utlrnl. Do you wluh endhg.W row II.5 vealNbtewt mwt FOR Price L. Bt. Augustine p40, .0 to j; "i'2ii"PJ2" : 10 P 11 10 4o a a T / S 20. 7 56 a /
No. 98. with buffet sleeper, drawing Plant tne bu.r.eda-Fwq e, I CONSUMPTION B0o&$1.00 'ArJ ..bnnplile.40. 7 to754 1'1'111)U 10 12 40 7 40 0 40 U 20 a 855. ITrains

room cars aml.day coacben -ave' Miamiat lens Pe.d Aaasal ftaa Wall Froe Trial. nom posed exclusively or Pullman or Parlor Cara.end ..,ra,eat rare will b..cb.rlled.
Spacious Residence vyllcaou, t Day coaches operated 00 Ihese I.atne 00 which no.xtra orient fare I....barlled.I. .
8:20 arrived Surest and UuicKrnr.: Cure for aUTHROAT
: p. m., .a, Wrst Palm D. M. FIRRY CO., --r--

Beach 10:35: p. ui., Roes to the Enat Side 25 Rooms. Detroit. Mloh. LE8 MONEY.and LUbaTROUB Dd0K.tt 1'1'0.113' No. III :So. 10 Dally.U No IS No. 110 No. 1111 I '

aud leaves here for Jacksonville all 10:55; or !'*- Only lIun. 0017 Run D..II 7 b IUD.Ex!: M&yport Bran.h Da11y I Only Sun. Dally

p. m., reaching tbe I.urr.place 8:40: Pb e&8slon at once completely' furnished Top to 00 T1i: v..........Jacksuovl Io..Ar X80 80: 616 I :=::::: ,
a. m. if demred. for hit season An Ideal --------- --------- --- :240 P1050 a 640 P 854 a A..P.blo Ii..ob..... 660 11160. a 460 p......._
,1" place for wealthy family. 1148 p1065 5 646 I' 860 a ........Allanllo lIe..b...._ 646 .1146 a 445 p...........
Northbound No 28, Palm Beach and I 800-pit 10 a 700 I'I' \ 18. "i,......".. MnyportLv 6 80 a 11 00 a 480 I' ,......,...

Miami Express, compo.ed'of, conches Three hundred and seventy.flve Acres Southern : PENINSULAR AND (OCCIDENTAL) STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS() AT MIAMI.
and buffet sleeper and makes all stop Railway

Will leave Miami\ alp :5:10: p m.,, reach! alxty of which' is in chalice budded fruit. Cloia Coonectlon Made at Miami with Steamships ol Ibo P. & 0. S. S. Company lor f

West Palm! Beach at 7:38 p. m. Aft<'r Address, Box 3 Saint Leo, Two Trains DAily. to Washington and New York. I Havana Key West and Nassau. '

going to the East Side this train will J34-IIU Pruco County Florida. ,
Heave West .Palm Beach station at 8.13 Three Sailings Each Week. 1 ,

p. m., reaching Jacksonville. 7:40: a. m. -"--- ______..-c-o-----"'" Trains discharge passengers at .Mp' glde. No transfers g
No.8' No.& Two T'nir I a-t S No I 1'0.10 North and West Sn I No.1$
.. : Tb.ae Time Tables show tbe limes .at which reins may. tm expected" to arrive at and depart V
Batteries and motorboat supplier of all IfO S -.o. oil's Ar 746, 74,11'Lv-Jwckaonve.; ; i R iBRa, a5Ax from the several station,, but their arrival) or dopartiire at (be loses stated la not guaranteednorla

Iuds at HuffBlettler. )JJtt Louisville & Nashville I: ::01, :: 1a! 1: Rnvann J.saup Ii t:. Snip 4op::: Io 100.IO 'oyi"300.1; Lv tr ]Mnavnt ee'n'P': : ::' Sty Ny Lt X 1N.tun. 8ln.I Lwt this Company he held reaponalble tor any. delayaoranyoonaequoncoa arising therefrom

/lr.6 ao IJI.V Columbia. Lt.1---. 4 w/P/ //I :con y Ia'" Ar Atlanta Bo Ny L. JJ lal, 0 rap, For Copy of the LOCAL, TIM8 CARD or Other Information ,,
11So 9 ,. Charlotte Lv I 1 IS 11.5, III"IW73o.Ar ..ome. "o Ry L. 0Ofj, M1rilp "
For SaleA 1 ls.r 111 Or ensMro L' Sllee. 1I1JR.. 94a o\r D.lton. 8n Itv Lv T4.' 41 P "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
K-ailroad. _LYle, not D.n"llIe Lv illS" 100,1. 94'a Ar :hdtannogn.T L. IIBI'p Soup '
J. D. RAHNER! Asst. Qen'I Pass. Act. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
{75 Broalns spring motor sewing machine. r rM ArIo.ah"rloll.HoRy L. 0 66628p _
n 'ArClncln"'at A C Iv 880B ...
tv -
R.h'hmood -
612lf.r> 128011iSoa,
Original cost was #75 ; will sell cop'' L. L neioeNti.S 111. .\' t III

for $25. B ;M.Pottert Flat Iron Building.A 484.5 4:00: ynchq .801' NpIN r 10 Ar"' (.hirugr, NIII.a 1 Lt. tf rn'Is '
BEST LINE TO 6 'III ttr ChnrlMte.rJle. Le 14H 1.. a Io.iA.r/ 'in'sll; P.. I lees A.46u
I eso4 11101'r W..hlnltn" Iv Iaaln DAnp Chice"o. paLire. Y4upn td
Tragic: Finish. Ina I I ten tr II11m...... Vv tIr" at-l. ."Clnolu'aN CHShA' 140Rr vl l 7 : i IV
I 4.' ..3.nrWent l'hll..d..lphlnT.v RNM1 ft 723'l I
Nashville GOp 'r Chlcogo.1\lonon It 1. 0U9p
A watchman' neglect permitted a teak Birmingham, 415 6JI18 o\r N w York .. Lv II IOn a tap L"--"ID"I..tI.fJH&D-r.. .'
944 005No.
in the (treat Nrnib Sea dyke which, achild's 33 and 34 = New. Y..rW .enI Florida Express. 510'r' Toledo. CHit D L t 411
finger could have stopped;to become Daily Pullman DrnwlngRonm RI "III" Car 7'S'At Dctrol4 P 6C L'toso .
a ruinous break.devastating an en. Memphis, Knoxville, !'''rtT'.n'I..k.. rillete N.... York, -1; l YIp" Lv Cincim aft..' IRe4A' Ban -

tirprovince, of Holland In like manner 4o4 and. -..,. 6411II A.r CI velarol!.. DIe 4 t.. Y >_ '
3O..W..ahlntrC..n and
Flnrldn ,
Kenneth! Mclver.orV.aceboro. Me, Umtle Louisville 1"O I \r l.olll.vllle. $ L'''
permitted a little cold to so unnoticed' Cincinnati, ( C f. Jacksonville 10 New Y"rk IrAt lpnl neoav" L'itsnA 7 41\' /
until( a tragic finish wii* only, "....r'ed by Nn ,n TII'Ooltli'fi:; ';ij1'h"; k"r- Annl..ou. SoRyLt INX, ,/
Dr. Kings. New Dl cove.y. He writes : I L. Jackoonvllle. 'Ia ,\. gall' '114v,: Ar "Irmlnllh..m" Lit 6 16
"Three doctor. gave me upto die of St. Louis Chicago 1ft v .. nC A 4 'eta, I IIlI, \r Memphis. Prh.co L' 81 Inn
lung inflammation c u
cold ; but Dr.,King's New Discovery 9ridAlll 187' 'r Hot "suring N.C. L.' ''IR"I( : "
saved my life," Guaranteed beat cough Awl 'r It..nxvl''IO. T'no L' Oh'lI 'v_ -
and. cod: cure "at and 811' Ar Lnulnvll'''', Ky. L. T2lp NOlI I3an.l14-Daily., .....11d V"tbole train.
all'drngniata.: :joe Po'intsNorthand 4.n A. III Ioul. 11I0. L. 100. thrnuorh slut, coaches and Pullman. .leeplaacars.
|i oo. Trial,bottle free. S I'. Ar c1nn..t"O"I.. LvlIp_ !.!! Jecksonvillsto'! lincinuet/..!!

No. ..u stud ,o-n.lly Pullman D..lnr-Roo., .. Na 1M and r4-I'ull.nao '''.''''Inlt Room Bleeps
end Bu 'el 81eeplnll en between Jacksonville 101 Cars bet eeo .lnet onvDle. lilrllllllI",
Leave order at Potter's Flat Iron I Route of tbe Famous Tourist Tram .end 'oo".t.' Min"his and 1t'8II0 <':lIy.
Building for Battles and No.. 17.n" .8-"The A"a"t.8".1 -"uli.

kerosene delivery gasoline- JaOtf: 'Cbi' ago & Florida Limited"Only Excehnut Ulllrll" Cur Snvlct' man till. r. \f..aI'\: ,?' Chnttan Nle.'nine one Care' Pa.engerson J.ekaon.

"I Trains can remain In at..r,. In Allantn, until 7:455: 01.11II .
/ # "
Solid Pullman Train to the West,
For Sale Cheap. with Observation. Library and Diulng T. C. LUSK DIsI.. P.... Agent.. sob Wut Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.

The Kerstone," situated; on Datura Car. W. H.. TAYLOR G. p. A.

street. Apply to C, C. ChiHngworlh.: Leaves $Aununtlno lIto: > a m. dally 8.S.H.HARDWICK P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. A. G. p. A.
\ n9tr Leave Jiiokxiiivlllo flno: a. m. dailyAnlvuaClilcHKo IMJIyr /
: 11:10: p. m next day
Arrive St. Loula 8:10: p. m. next day

Only 8j "'ear. Old. Four 'Sailings Each Week Between ,

I am only 82 years old and don't expect Through Sleepers also operated on A.
even when 1 get to be real 'old to C. I.. 8:uj P ni. Train Jacksonville to JACKSONVILLE: NEW YORK'Calling

feel that way as long as I can getElec-" St. Louis and Chicago. Five Trains "
at Charlemon.. S.C. both
tric wave.
Bitters sjy Mr.. E. H Brunton ,
uf Dutjli i. Ga. Surely there's nothing : THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THtl: COASTWISE SERVICE
Pnr Information a'to rale lo ..twlni. North
else keetw' the r.ld as young and makes sal w .t.'h. u'....>.il lull mioimatlon' uajl '
the weak as strung as this grand tonic on any Ticket A orit or ad.irruOEO. THE CLYDE NEW KNiH.AM: It tM !SOtTHKltN LINES

medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid JI"e..lo- K.:: JiEHRINO.Fla. Daily r Direct' Service 8et........
flamed kidneys or .chronlo constipation Pa... Afrrnt 1.. and N. R. R., IACKSONVII.LK: BOSTON: AND PROVIDKNCE
are unknown after taking Electric Bit. 904 Weat Bar Re.. J..l
lets a rea >l>able time. Guaranteed by : *' .,,' . ."" all druggists. Price 500- Three to the East and Two "to. the West, via BAll! .WEEIILY HAII 1.1 NI*. +

T '.. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent outhlJ"'ll1d. Flom Lewis' Wharf," Boston I'N
Leave orders t Potter's Flat Iron srthhouod''. Frnm font of ( athtrine Street Jacksonvil

Building for !Battle's gasoline :and Perrine Grant Land Company \ '
kerosene Atlantic Coast Line CLYDE T.
delivery.. JaOtf: 'IEAI! ESTATE. '. INE
Between Jacksonville and .Stanford.:

NOTICE. FT.OR1DA} I.I.C'OTLER" .!". Stopping 'Aitor .
". \I 'al Palatka, St. FrancU Berastord (BeLand!) and I
The annual meetlag'of 'the, etuckholden .- ; Intermediate Landings on the St. John River .. .

Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fred'k eBaryan
oftheWoocUawnCemetery'wllltake +
B. McOINLEV -- rr'''
place at the office of the secretary J. ; New York and Florida Special leave Jacksonville 12:30 p m. daily e*. Sunday sppolntedtoialIaitnllowar-1.save'Jaekannvlil.daily; ;; except Sntnnlnyght'Btep';: : : m. H.. '

In West Palm Be&ech -on' February 14, Florida.and West Indian ,Liln;ted Ivs I lackaoovllle: 8:53: _a.:m.dai\'r ':. turning' lunvo. / Sanlurd., dally except. ftuuluy. lit 11110; a. ,mrfVHonlhhouml ,,/-\ {
06V for election,of directors and the New York Express leaves Jacksonville! $<"'", .' 8x j a. m. dally ..
traniicUon/ot' atleh. other business as Funeral Director Chicago Vfid' Florida. L'mited leave* Jackaooville' Is '_ 9:30:: a. OL'. dallyDixie Read. down. SohvduU.JACKSONVILLE. .it'. Northbound lend op +

way legally.'coma.hntora.Jfcv ." -,. Filer leave Jacksoovllle :' 9:00: p. m; dally Lan 3 y pin : :. ... -:\>1't.; "'..Arri.. roe am

Wallace iMones r. e 43 prait IPALATKA.AHTOR. .It,. Leave t on pm '
,, ., Secretary, '- and =- jooaraam .... ,. n.. r ... t jo pm 1
_.. .. .. < .. "fr. .*. PHANtila.BRr.tCDFORU r .f' i oopm
Buffalo gas engines In stock: at Huff \r' (I>"LANO).. .*. t oopra S

.trttlera ,' '- EmlmlinerBoth Arrlv* I 30 am... ... .." .. ... .. t_...sANP.)aR "l ..... .. 4 seam
'': .,} ..btt. Through' "Sleeping' 'Cars. "I 1ft C" .......;."."'?..."._....-F.NT.II'.IIII\E: .... ." in Mom i

Sun Lea.omce. : for,order aU kinds( of.e dived licensed by the Stat"o t embalm' '\ : G..trIl. Pa'.erig, and, Tkli'''t Offlox. 122 "'w" .. BnV St.. locksnnvllle.

And monogram stationery and visiting and prepare bodies I for bipment. to NPW Y!,rkf Uhli-rtflfo: ; and t St._ .Louis;. also l ,,.up iy 'Sleeping ,Car /Service toAuguetti I..Mrln. .4lnIl.b; I.5 r.. A'lbuii'l/11.! ..> .l-HI 1M :A ftA, B.;> .I.. ."..> ko..h'.In.-. rl,,1..
cards : n. 1v.t..000vgltJr.: ; JI....hIAet. t, ,,;, l.;. 1' LOVELLbupt.: ,
,Uri leariojjf JackaoDvtlle at
: m. >0"t of H'' gun Mtreet. .lacaxni. .tllr; :, lOortila. '
._ Lady assistant. .. A. C. IIAUF.ltTOen' Bn..'.. fiun, ,\..,.. New yo. ...' ( I.)' HE MII.XI&.Oar'1 Pr'l Art N. Y p,
ARm YOtf'RESTUaS3"A: : > rNraHT:' VHttM h"(>...Ot.Kn'I el l |'. CLI'DeI: Usnerst.l'gents! Jk 4SL ,,

and harrassed by a' bad'rough? :Use Lhuaebnt'h'::' ': ',Illtllstlnt. IOI1'hl.. '.L...... Nru' r..rla ,
Mallard's \ .:: ... ,., .. .
Horehound Syrup it will secure GEO. HASLEHURST &SON ? M>-< *nV' n.y, t 5.M. cia' > h'.a '*P.io1mito'iJ 'WPur :
you sound sleep and effecV Pullman servniloait, .; and !Full write .
a ["', .. '001"
prompt ;; -1)0")
Sold .nd radical. pure, I Contractors and Buildersp. FRANK C.110YL8T0N5District: P".senjtpr Atr nt.JackHonvUle .. SUBSCRIBE Fdlf'THE
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S. LHL&ihiTii< : ;; NAP L. :ON'S ESCAPES. I Oriental FIOOTera. of IIp._''. i """ "" "" ""' ''' ''

? } In the has
R.okl... of Dnn..r, the Great Colodl far east language always
r W.. Oftvn \Vou. l.... been more florid and ambiguous thanIn

n' Baptist. In reply to the question In what ea- the west The king; of Ave, In Burma -

I gugerncuts be considered himself to called himself the "regulator of the
r Pr aching 'it 11 a. nl mid 7'3", p m seasons, the absolute master of the ebb
the of
have been In greatest danger
1' Sabbath school I at ro a.. m.. Ch.ldren's losing bin life Napoleon once said.\ "In and flow of the sea. brother of the sun COATS. COAT SUITS. SKIRTS.

,. Band meets at 3 p. tn.,.'nd Young Puo- the commencement of my campaigns." and lord of the four and twenty umbrellas -

I pI...'.. Society meets at 7 p. m., every Indeed, If further proof were demandedto ." TOO king of Arracan lower r.
Burma, was "po eSilOI' of the white ,
I Sunday
show that h" did not spar himselfat '
t Prayer service every Wednesday evening : Toulon It la only necessary to add elephant and the two earrings," nn. well '

I, ;, rat 7. that during the tea weeks of Us siege as "lord of the twelve klny, Who of the Spring season here 'for we have
S ; placed their heads under hisjeet" In We uro uiways ahead
In addition to
Rev. S S. Gb-! -oo, paf tor. Napoloou a bayonet
the of Africa -
I wound la: his thigh, had three horses MozamMaue-Zambozl region Winter months. Therefore we
hot under him while at the siege of the king of Monomtopa was not Spring weather all through the
Methodist Episcopal.hervtces only "lord of the and ," but
sun moon
1 Acre during the expedition to Egypt he in tho-.North. .
and "great magician and great thief.". have the new styles before they are out ;
Sunday at It Am. 7:15 ; lost no fewer than four la: the same "
p. 01 Sthhnth ch"olal 9'45 a. m.Ori manner. I| Another eastern potentate was tbe line ot: Ladies LIi
I "sovereign of tbe universe, whose particularly strong one.
body- have
L. Br""I Is luminous the
as as sun, to be
h' Brrvlce tit 3 Om., Mrs. G. G captivity, disappointment and sickness Suits "ihese garments are all
I I'I and Coat
as accomplished as the moon In her I and Linen Skirt Coats
Slrolim had well nigh completed their work. It : ,
''I 'I preBKltnV: plenitude; king as spiritual as the ball
i i Pray.T meeting e ..Wednesday eve ease Is said drew that from tbe him agony on of many his occasion fatal ills- Is round." Of the ruler of Kandahar tailor made and are ,f, the best materials. The skirts. are all

I 'i nlug at 7:15: It wits said that his tame "exceeds the
Rev. Henry Hice pntor. the pitiful spare cry me of?", "Why did the cannonballs I I moon and stars and th? unexpanded very full and the design of each is the very latest.

I Jasmine buds" and that his "feet are
J During his long military career Napoleon -
+ Congregational.Services ; + as fragrant to the noses of other sovereigns
fought: sixty battles while Caesar
i t h will ba held Sun-lay at II .H I. fought but fifty. 'In the early part of as flowers to bees. .. ----.

I +, m. and 7:15: |II m Sunday ache ol at 10 his career he was utterly reckless of <*
o. the Road t. Wealth.
''i a. o>. Y P. S C -E at 6:311 p m. danger while on the battlefield and this Separate Goats $3.25 to $15.00
"Want my daughter, eh? What are .
of fearlessness contributed largely .
t. 'I I Prayer meeting every Wrcluescl.iy eve spirit prospects?" ***
to the love and esteem In which be your
I ding at 7:15: Well I mine.,
I own a gold
was held by his armies. There was a $20.00
', / $1.75.to
', ,I Rev. F W Weatherwax pastor "Working it?" Separate Skirts -
1 curious belief: among the English: la Nil.Iloleou' .
1\ the ...
"No-working; public with It"
time that he had never been I
,; 1 eth..llda-by.the.Sea., Episcopal "Take her and be happy."-Life.Hnv '
wounded -and Indeed the report wits
'I \ Side. Corts Suits Embroidered) 250.0 to $35.OO
; EIHI current that be carefully If not In a (
; "r :' Service every Sunday at II a. ni. llofy cowardly manner refrained from ex- ynur b'lrrn, repaired at CumnilnvsClemattoave

.( I" I Communion first Sunday of each month posing himself. Nothing could be more opposite bank All work
I Stenmboul Palm BeBCh" contrary to the truth, for he was In reality guaranteed.
{ leaves 9131'Biycle
'I i ,:
several times severely wounded
) Poinciana dock at
I, ,4 Royal 10:30
1 : ,! calling HI Palm Bearh Hotel rtturniuR) but as he wished to Impress: upon bill headquarters
t. ,\.:4', after the service I troops the belief that good fortune nev- All kinds lor ""' '''''' ''''''rff s sVVVa ""' ''' '
.: Immediately
er deserted him and that like Achilles, wheels And cycle' supplies at HufT.stett-
,y S.udll, school md Bible class at "P be was well nigh Invulnerable lie always l rs. '
< jjlf
v:1' \i.v I made a secret of his many dangers -

't't.; J, N Mulf rd, Rector.! lIe therefore enjoined once for NOTICE. i
a1! the part of his Immediate staff
Charlea'Pentple.Vuar. upon
rn County Judge's Court Probate'n
the most absolute silence regarding all I
I County Court Probate BRMHPIDNG BROS
circumstances of this nature for It Is Ju-lge's: Jurts-
d holy Trlnl.y, Episcopal.
almost Impossible to calculate the con dicton, Dad County State of Florida.

s Early! cetehriiiotiof Holy Comniunlim fusion and disorder which would bave Tn the ''Matter of the Estate of Patience ,

every Sunday 7 o'clock and on first resulted from the slightest report or the .. Ward, Deceased.

,t._ (. 8..lid IY In muittli at It o'clock. I smallest doubt relative to his existence. Notice Is hereby given that on the '
k r Upon the thread of this man's LADIES1 OUCFICCERSIf
'1 Services every Sunday at it a. m. and !I single lecond day of July A. D. 1910, I shall
G life depended not only I the fate and government $
+. 'resent accounts for final settlement
7:30 p m. I my -
of a great empire but the '
e. Jupiter St. Martin' Cl-ur-h\ 9:3): m. whole policy and destiny of Europe as and apply fcr my discharge as .

1' and at the ncbool hi use I... West Jupiter well. ixecutrix of the Estate and of the Last $

I 3 D. m. on the vecoi.d Sunday In each Will and Testament of Patience P. "
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month '' '
iDelr.iv NATAL AUTOGRAPHS. Ward deceased, to the County Judge,

q ,j St. Paul's Church even rag at Miami Dado County, Florda -
mid sermon ever) Fr d.iy nigh| alga Hmnnitl of the Child That Doa

I, at 7 o'clock Cameron. There Is Not born Chaniir with* In every Llf one. of us Executrix of the Last Will\) and Testa I you want anytl! I log j in \the apt:rlln\( I Broad we II -& Moore
Priest in charge, DwlRht
ment of Patience P. Ward deceased.H. .
and continues unchanged during our Kopil.line, call and! ee our assortment,
lives an unfailing/ and Ineradicable PIERRE BRANNING;
B. :M Pulur, Flat Iron Building
IaN ChrUU.i Slancer mark or marks which absolutely distinguish Attorney for Executrix. DrL1ugistsJ'If"11I11I1

W First Church of Christ Scientist, West each one of us from every otbr
er fellow These _______ Block 1ST .'.AI
Palm Belch, Fla up stairs in Masonic being. physical marks --- ----- n 31 BEAt ILHuy.er's

l' Temple, west of Bunk, ..n Cu-mttix: uvenue. 1 never grave. change This barn from autograph the cradle Impos-to the West JYalm 13eao1r.' Winter JT/oteZs I

auudaservices:' at 11 I: 0 a m.; Si n- -- Candies
I| sible to counterfeit and there is no duplicate .
d"VIICII'"JI> at 10:0: i a.m; t ..I IIIIOU lit I or' | PI..tI""nllYI(1""h.tIUIlh"l" !
i of It among tbe teeming billows The Holl d '
k..rl't'l Cream
h experience niteiuiK) every Wednesday In the world. Look at the Insides of 1 1 an rocniiiMiiHinir Hue -j.w

? it 7:30: p in. your bands and the soles of your feet; Worth 'mid! the RO.VH.: Tate Springs Mineral Water

A Christian Science reudiiiK room has closely examine the ends of your fin West Palm Beach ---

1 been opened in the sime butMing, where gers. You see circles and curves and Every cnnveniorice and l I'nmfort. Hf

.j G> i i all Cbrit-lidu S ,lence literature will I bekept arches and whorls, some prominent with .. D. Lockwood Proprietor modprntc ptirpM.LiakeVieou 1rir.\lail orders promptly! /filled. __
Q :deep corrugations, others minute and I
for bale and for the u." uf viiilois --
delicate, but all a well defined and
the Lake
Open daily ex- pt :Sunday: Irutn' 3 t.. 5 In closely traced pattern. There Is your I I .
tbe afternoon. physiological signature. Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana y .n n.n.n .n n t n y n y y w"ko.oMOlroAo11o11olsoAolsoko7.o.0

All are cord tally Invited attend these Kun your bands through your hair and Whitehall W atokoYoltOR01tOR01:01tOk01tOrt9gl ... ..Wt R R.wuRURuwu.orurlao 0

k 'i services and vi-.it (he reeling. room and press finger tips on a Ticca of clear II\VII\ *1r!\* faelweo" the Bridge ant 1 C/ithollc church Rooms! and Board- Hot Ant Cold 0 Goo
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glass. You see all the delicate tracing Drflha. It week MRS C. LAuiHKR .
per day special rates by J Prop. I
For Sale at a Bargain.A transferred-not two fingers alike. Even I I'ON' ) coo
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Y, "the left band Jcnowetb not what the w OPEN! I' v COI
lo.cated. o0
A !good paying buiiuefi", centrally
Also nice i-mUVnce. Will 1 bell, right band doeth." They are distinctly The Earr-rY'\an t "
A Winter Resort that
different Even twins be little
may BO
_ to-gelher or aepurxte.Address different;.Ji size, features and general. will Please you. i I il I an) After> n 0 0t

Bargain physical condition to be 'Ills-
as Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements. j It J
a-aot care Tropical Sun, City .,, COX
tinguishable, yet their finger autographs WM. D. VAN'T WOOD Box 127 West Palm Beach Fla. I *
are radically different. ----- 00X

Biltmore Cream; Broad.well & Moore In fact, In all humanity every being A Select Borog-Housa ol *

carries and his with wrinkled him hand on his of baby decrepit fingers old fI\---\\ I rot, r"otta r o\ LCate/ h Olive Order St., near | II; YOUY F Furiure( ) eTrade COCO COIf

I ft The Currie Medal. age the Identical curves, arches and the Lake Front 1 1rotrle I

\ Rules and Regulations for the CurrIE circles that were born with him. Nothing Llfhl| tint and cold bftthfl. KIM! other minlem. e"n.enltne.a. Tabl.. J JMK.t 0o X CO*
except dismemberment can obliterate the bent. nst".ell'u elO a w..k. 0"rrrapoud"nn. n.dlalte..b aervle.I, .

t 1 f ,, Oratorical :Medals! Offered to Students or disguise them. Criminals may Kit \SK IIAKI.INO.; t. "I, 0)w" ,. {

r of the West Palm Beach City Schools: burn and senr tbelr bands but nature I Corner Datura node :' "..0
when, she I Th Iron Bed and I
restores the cuticle Invariably Olive Streets 0'r
r Two gold medals will be offered: Om Northern Co
brings: buck the natal autograph. Furnished. Rooms -r .t.r 0't
for the best original oration open tc ... only. 'I o. W ith'" ,' arC oJf)
all male atudens; one for the best declamation Wt>*<>. In a Namor Hot and cold bath toil t, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Locatedear Yo "I.( '',
Frequently In the south one finds Lake Worth. Quiet, pleaaant place. For particulars address i ALL MOSS MATTRESS ro
i open to all female students. II i
4 among the negroes as remarkable .. THE NORTHERN t
The regulations according to whlct Christian names as those bestowed x; Only $9.7 5 _0

L I : i these medals will be offered are: upon their offspring by the Puritan OPEN. /INOVEMHER 10 ::.* ,.a. .. If S
T h P a..1 1 l New; F;.;; '
fathers. A gentleman of Virginia tells e m S arK --Story Addition Sos 2 a
1. All contesting students must hayi+ of.a negro living near Richmond who Now Being Built. Wo 011 -i .... _011
been In regular attendance In the for years had been familiarly known .0
V large hmnellhehnrrl I l. wall I-apanlntedand brnnrlftiUy locnred. giving' thHirnmfrirrii wlthiut Nice 3 x 60
4 Rugs
school four months during the session : i : .
a to him as Tim. It became necessaryat '' Ihreaatt the. inori, ent nMlv ones ulriiHle l oil Lake Worth oppuelt.| | tni* ItnrnlI'olnilMiA y a
t 2. Each contestant must present one time la a lawsuit to know the HoiHVhlfe. wnlirpuMpM.iilivtrlt bail,, Bond' tfHrtinflr.'huiitiiisr' ntul I iMtHtlnir <, ,' o
j sates t1 SO and fa .l"TitHT. ap'| elal. rut'liv lh. .w a it+ his oration or declamation to the full name of the darky. The not unnatural :' of

Principal: by the end of th esecond supposition that Tim stood for NOW OPEN P -N- oil

I. ,.1 week In March. Timothy met with a flat denial. House Jefferson S ;: .0
"r 0"
"No san! exclaimed the negro. "Man Block It o
/ All students who to enter thE
3. are Ito
name ain't Timothy. It's What-tImor- No. i SoHo Singer SewingMachinos -
contest shall rehearse their pieces tc oUl-Bouls-we-poor.mortals-be! Jackson. .A HOME WAY FROn HOME I

i the. Principal or to some teacher he Dey Jest calls me. Tim to' aho't."-Success PrntrallvlMatedcudnaortakeWorth. Cpnt.alrrroomal' bvHt tahlv wrvlce a'; For Sale or Rent 0'a

may designate at least: once before Magazine. Rates $a.oo Per Pay .Special Rates by the Week or Month -0 11"0" ItO

final delivery. FT:: V BAOLE.. Proprietor II 0 t _- o'
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4. The maximum limit of each oration Aiarela' Terdlat.Once o It.

i 1 k i minutes and declamation shall be ter which executed every a painter figure a notorious historical of Importance for picture plagiarisms was In.- Bpiggs Cottage: Select OPEN I!I I v J.' B. ,Me GINLEY U K2

6. There shall be three Judges appointed copied from some other artist so that Ham? o.

by Mr. Currle none of whom very little remained to himself. It was :Mot and Cold Battis. Wholesome Home Cooking. No consumptive. Taken I IBvernia S Clematis Avenue "Ittl o'

shall be related to any contestant shown to Michael Angelo by a friend Street Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida I j Ifoo Opposite:School

6. The qualities to be consideredare (who begged his opinion of It. "Excel\ MRS H. E. BRIO: Proprietress Itv __ o'

the subject matter and the man lently done" said Angelo, "only at the I 2o
day of Judgment, when all bodies will o
ner of resume their own limbs again. I do not OPENS o'o 0o
matter and the manner shall each know what will become The 0..
of that historical Virginia UGCEriBfiR FIRST ofowo
count one-half. In the declamation. painting, for there will be nothing >,o.o o o o.o o o Uod
1905 0
o K o o It01totoltCltolSOroRORD
matter shall count one-fourth and left of It." -, roeow0.t01popo.O.iottor01r0.i k.K . .. .
'j manner three-fourths.. Centrally Located Hot and Cold Baths F.ledrc: Light Throughout; -
Passed at a meeting of the School Ba...... Training!. Largo, Cool Boom. andrulHln' the vvrv bml. Kittr fj no per Bag Mri-vlnl Rnr-N by W. '
p "That man l Is a'very' witty fellow." she week or nioulb. CarrlaHtrue In'cunneeHao.a lilt huusrto and from trains, FENT0 &, e .

"Well, he's a chemist H. ought to MRS A L. HAUQH, Propricirets.The ,
January 24, 1906. be." '

"What has that to do with Ills wit"" NOW OPEN : N Undertakers and
: 1
FOR SALE. "Because caetnlsts as a class are always Ice/Stone: : Datura Streetnear -
ready with retort*."-Baltimore Center of Tuwn '
Cottage of seven rooms and bath; American. Embalmers

open fireplace; lathed and plastered 4n Ideal family Hotel. Good borne cooking and we'I-venttyated sleeping rooms.

r e throughout; corner lot 100x150. M. A. MlMlns? e.at.r.. lot ana Cold Baths and modren improven.ants. Ratts ti.oo prrd.y, .p-rlal'at... G'' ubAr Block( NarCI'"u. 'Ii set WFST PALM'BE ACN. FL
:y the week MRS. BSNJ. COOK. Prop.. Weat Palm
a' Cousebalre P. O. Box Oobang-Did the Beach, Florida
243, West Palm yon enjoy ocean: _. --
Beach, Fla. trip? Ukerdek-Not much. I missedthe -
ItUw Ol'rY
r train boy and his little boxes of mtS1Tt rJ MEAT ,MARKETT.
w t flgs.-St.. Louis Tost-DIspatrb. lis ttaLS Clematis Ave ,
lie'j' I A.
: Still at the old stand. Send us your Two blocks PLASTER, Proprietor:

\ ; ''t laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at .. t ;J west of R. R. "'''wllb. 1I.d! r
Life hgtrM'r
I l Is the childhood of Wmlcrn Metttn(
our Immortal i'oultry (Uamo' and :
big Strahan's Steam Laundry tf. ity.-OoethB. 0'a Large airy rooms Bath and other con".lercn.. Tabl as,good as the baat. ,. ,
a I Rate $b a w..le to home people; transient rate $1 per day. Mail OrdersR.c.lv. ,"
Wet Palm Beach CarrfuJ Attention ,
Fla. C.
,'. Jefferfaon Block WEST PALM BEACH, fl

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I anywhere, and I got no used to It shut I

JMHST OF HEALTH I'd refuse as unemotionally as I wouldan
A H Unconditional<
Ice cream soda In December. Theu
one' dark night we were coming home '

from a little restaurant dinner a crowd Stock

-I Surrender 'of us had bad at Oreen'you remem- The ,,_ {

I ber the Greens, don't you?"
I Marian nodded.
By CECILIA A. LOIZEAUX ,I "Well, It was pitch lnrk. I felt positively Profits f

-- spooky when \ stepped off the s

CoPI/NII/It./ / )wj, blt Homer AI"11J"61Irt cnr. We had to puss a ilf le strip of '

t1 t1I >-_. . . 'I( woods. I think I'll never get that out can bi greatly Increased by giving New York
of my mind" She sat upright her
Q The window special cars to the health of every .
i curtains of the tiny sit
hands clasped( tightly In her lap "You animal and fowl on the farm.
ting room were close dl'u wn. A' tiny know that little nearsighted trick the
I Sick poultry,sheep,rattle, hogs
fire N
crackled and burned than ;
In 'had
the grate. of holding his chin down nil
The glow from a red shaded.lamp mingled lie, talked] boyish little mannerism?" horses, etc., depend on their livers Herald'' w
to keep them well ,
bAKINGPOWDER with\ the flrellRbt und showed to Marian never had even seen him but

the> best -advantage the very different she> made no sign "Well, we walked !

typos of beauty belonging] to the two along, charting. When we reached' I I'I II
I about the middle of that stretch, of BlackDraughtStock !
girls who were waiting for tellers I
I woods I saw two men standing rather \ Greatest
"You Paper
see said Marian
Wilding as Queerly one In front of the other at ,
Absolutely Pure slue poked rather gingerly at the blnz- the edge of the sidewalk I kind of and Poultry 'I t

Ing sticks, "you've never really told grabbed the man's arm and he thought: Published

MS KQ SUBSTITUTE me why you turned down that Duluth I wanted blm to spent] to some one he Medicine IIe I ',i f1

man. Why did ;you? And why. are hadn't seen and took off his hat It
A Cream of Tartar Powder, J to was funny because they stepped up In I
you enffuR: an unknown 1"ew01'''-
free from alum or phos- keeps their livers working and
phatlo acid er? The Duluth man won a dear and front of us and answered his polite, therefore keeps them well. .1
awfully In love with you, Alicia chuc bow by shoving/ a gun In his face and Black-Draught Stock and Poul- Contains MoreAutomobile '
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK, kled. telling him to hold] up his hands" try Medicine Is a pure natural, ,
_. ._ I She] stopped and after waiting/ awhile vegetable blood purifier, and acts >e eI
--- "
trim 'VI'II. It's quite a tale. I guess I for her to continue Marian said: by regulating; the stomach liver }
Th auxiliary schooner will tell you." She looked contemplatively i I "Well did ho?" and bowels.It I I '

yacht Virginia, which came to anchor : at Marian. "You see Mrs. Fnte. | "Why, you know It never occurred era, Chicken prevents and Cholera cures, Colic Hog,Chol-DIs- ,, t i t

Poi.tclana dock the 'bounteous blind dame. did might I t>: me that he wouldn't. There were '
Itf yesterday Colds
temper, Coughs Constipation 'r
ily displace ]her gifts to us. She made two of them.and, they swore terribly. Fever Loss of Appetite, Than all the' Other Papers Combined a ltiIn ,
has attracted
morning, agraat deal of
a funny mixture of you and me. With But that] man! IIe'had cn a long ul Wasting Away, and all the com
Attention and manypretty' comments all ;your height and brownness and lop] ster with deep pockets, and he rammed mon stock dlseas-s. __ ;

I hi. yacht Is much on the Hues, of the loftiness you're meek as a kitten at his hands way down Into those pockets It is a perfect medicine for general
farm use. Try it. Exclusive from all the
heart, und all any man will move to do and said In the most ridiculously ciilmi Roports.
(iris, but! perhaps not quite as'large. voice, 'I won'tr! The r '
to get you will lie to kill a garter snake i men were so Winter Resorts .:
She la owned 'by Mr. John A. 'Royal, before surprised they nearly] dropped. I ''h '
admiring ,
your gaze or save you ;
jif Medford! Mass., who, with his two from drowning In two feet of water. i t wasn't a bit afraid. All I could! think Price 25c for a large cane: at

Children, Miss Virginia and Master But'l. with my yellow mop and dimplesAnd of was that the man must hold up his all druggists and dealers

John Royal], are on board. The partyIlnel glrly-girly] appearance inn not to 'hands ot he'd'Kl't hurt. So I just
be taken by tricks luiiHctillne. I danced round him,. saying 'Hold up,
the yacht at Georgetown. S. C., nny
i want a men such a one as we read of /bur bands! I said 'please.' I calledi I --. ..,.....- lInt
|nil hare made the trip down the '
and seldom] i him 'dear' and 'fool' and 'III lot. But '

oast. having an ideal voyage and:! one ""Well wasn't s.e. that Duluth mortal a '1, he last said 'I won't! and kind< of L. A. WILSON .t'I---" -"''''"'"' ''''''-'''' '-- .i: '1':10Don't : ,,- E' ; ; '

fir especial Interest, man? He wan six feet tall and bit moved forward. Of course the holdup
The Virginia la In command of R. shoulders were Immense." I, man didn't want to shoot very badly e'Ntts'e"1'Unali' '?! -...--",_- ,,

Ch eseboro, of porton, and Henry "A proper man's figure, 1 grunt, and and bo'thought the mau would give In, Boots and Shoes -

Ladd.: of Belfast ''Me., Is the engl- I really thought: I'd found the man till so he backed up as the man moved for- .

e or. The yacht left Maaliusoltf. In that night. Well turn dowu the light.: i I 1 ward. The" other man walked behind I I

fly] October' and fcarae down the I'll get It over with." She drew both I with me. U"'I&r"g',1| : I 'n'It.'I..1 I't'' i,
Fret up Into the big loather chair She !laughed as she remembered till Fail to Rea 1 ,
alt having an Ideal trip and one illtltlK. :N.'Mll\ Iou
leaned her bend 'into the shadow( and Marine said shortly, "Well, go out"
only 'pleasant; experiences. Since thought awhile. | "'\"ellW walked and I screamed. ,c.

felng Joined by her owner she has "You really knew him, did you?" she | Pretty soon' we got almost] to the gate: j I
fun voyaging JelBuray along, and< will asked suddenly. ,, of the fret house We lived In tho third. Indian Tanned BncMin;u The New YorkHerald Q ,,;

0.,d some weeks In Lakefol.th was "No. I was. at Pratt's that winter. Theu I raw what the man was up to I \ ,

( and around Palm Beach But Polly told me about It. She: saIdYOl11 and felt so ashamed! of my silly squeal ana' Horsehide Shoes ,
ing. I started ta sprint, thinking that I
turned him down.
Mr Ro"ral], with hs! family, spends :
would ring the doorbell of the first
"I thought so, and l Polly ought to I
summers at Bcuthhay Harbor on know. She knew more about LU down- Louse and get help but the second man FOP TKNDKK: PEM ,

Maine coast and come to Florida sittings nnd bill uprisings than he did caught me. And then lie seemed to got I Olive Si, Noith'nt Net rT-r.in| ( Uln

ir.v winter, The yacht Is a pleasing] ilmsclf. But-well, that was the flrst a kind of signal from the other.one, Cor

aitlon to the fleet In.lake Worth winter after papa lost his money, you he let go of me all of a sudden and I

|il I she has many admirers; know. We were living out on the electtrio jumped right on the man's: back. And .. t
line between St. Paul and Minneapolis then the gun went! off.: It was the most I FOR SALE ( I
awful sound I ever heard I sat down
after our house was sold. It wasa
MENTAL- IUDE.l for : While in Florida and Keep In-
MI III cunning little place but horrid to get I I on the sidewalk a mnute.I ,
"Well when I came to my brother one of the most beautifully
to.Ye hndn't horse and went back I I -
II. Much to Da With \Vlnnlna any :I Bob was there and a whole crowd ofnelghborrthey'd I formed on Home and Foreign Affairs
and forth ou the trolleys. I must say ,
Buvatm lit beard the shot and ; situated homes
le-the man-was a trump about such
fbo mental IlU.tutleYulcl1 we olys had In time to the
run out just see men
In the
He rubbed] things ; !
things. never in Florida. ------ --- --------------- --- ---
bold toward our work or our aim run away through the woods-and everybody "
least bit. He was establishing a side !
everything to do with what we The j
was talking at once. 'I
branch for his (company In the city and '
y accomplish. 1C you' go to your was awfully! rich but be never made bn n't bit any one but they tboug'it' I One hundred end timely feet nlmte ""
'"ill I wllli the attitude of a slave who was the victim( and the man was having ,'' '
tee ]level" ', ove'rionking c'ear spring ft-d
the mistake] of actlnor as If things were
s inched to his task slid sew lu It.dl'lIuleryl a serious time But lust na: soon as $
-well, different You see tie met me lake, with vic..H. of hill for dome mitts.Absolutely .
If you wo.It without bo found out I was all right he and] that lthv. i THE BEECH CLUB
while we were still In the big house be- bt' with delightful> ]
|e. seeing no future la what yqu urn silly Bob wanted to go off und) chase
fore wheat took a flop at the wrong country for r.dJIII| and driving. I
lilt beyond' gutting a bare living; If thane desperate men. But I wouldn'tlet '.
time. I bad all my clothes left, and I
see no light uUcud, nothing but looked] nlee that winter. He took me him go. I told Bob he could go (Incoifioratu'llRESTAURANT, i f1t

arty deprivation and hard work anywhere there was to go-theaters, alone If be wanted to. and I cried like Spacious Residence, $ I

f your life; If you 'think that you concerts, slmtlng-e'erywbere. Oh It such n little fool that It tickled hilt vanity Rooms. .

e destined to'such a hard life,,you was a dream!" She sighed and was silent ; cud he stayed. I thought he'd been 25
jiiot expect anything else- tbuu Wet a moment "But toward spring he brave enough and I geese I told him $ !"r p
tli you look for, that I was ready to hold up my bands PnuwMHiri"i at rmee.coniplrteiy furnUhtcl
got to bo a\ sort of sentimental Tommy or some such thing, for he seemed aw- if desired, fir> this HVIISIII' Ail Iiivl i
on the 'other baud, no matter how '
i nod
and It tonic my my
place for wetltbt' family'
you may be today, you can see aor girlish gullelcssncsa to stave him off," tollr: plnd nil of n sudden"She
.stopped, and Morlnn. waiting fcr i Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
future; If ;you' believe that'some "But what did you want to stave Three hundred and seventy-flve Acres : :
rise out of hum.i the end asked finally ,
| you are gJInj; to>> him off for?" .
what's all this to do with
work that are going! to( get "Well
you "1 didn't know any better. He was .
sixty of which is in choice budded Fruit
ut: of the busemuut of life Into the ;your. turning/ bite down? "
big and strong; and brave and felt at all hours .
Address Box Saint Leo ,
: ,
"everything In the world, said Alicia 3
vlug room, where beauty, comfort
that I'd have to give In ta: him sooner or
*Joy await It ambition Is complacently. "I didn't! Then she j24-lm i''-ecn Com. ty, Florida
| you; your later, but-well, I wanted him to show i
cut and you keep your eye steud- me. His ,siege was perfectly awful toward ]laughed delightedly] "You Bee I've =-- sttpA ;
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pall the goal which you hope to the last. I was under Ore all the been engaged to him ever since. He
)i and feel confident that ;you bave time There, wan simply nothing that came to New Yoykfbecause there was Special Orders Received for Parties { .
tibility to attain It will more business, here and you see !If I t
accom- and all
yon man didn't do for me sojdelicately -
sometblug-worth whll ; Tbe'dton that I simply couldn't help my don't get even wltb that Polly for tell Louisville & Nashville of three or more.

of your effort will follow your I self. Finally he-'ell. he did the usual ing around that I refused blut!" i iCorlonfl 4a

> If that looks up as well as on, thing.\ He asked me In a manly pointblank I P .roa.d
twill climb.at way to marry him," Marian | Aleilloal Phenomena I
one quality of holding; persist-' stirred the lire vigorously, boplug! to A Philadelphia physician while makIng OPEN MEMBERS ONLY r

t the faith\ lu themselves and nev- catch a glimpse of Allcla's face. The a social visit at the house of a

owlug anything to weaken the be- attempt was utile i friend chanced to meet a colleague. BEST LINE 1 oBirminghJlll eaon of gob i
|hat somehow they would nccom- !"I kind of wanted to take him up After some general conversation a remark ,

!what they undertook baa been, the but you see It was largely pride with was made tbat gave a profession
lying! principle at' all great me at first And papa and. mamma: al turn, to the talk. The fret physicianBU1U. : Nashville, ""' ''''''''''''''''' ''''' '
I' 'Ai
'--ra. The great majority of wen bless their scheming wanted me to be ,II ____H ______ Q
omen who have given civilization I safely settled. lie seemed to be Just I II "You know one may look Into the Memphis Knuxville

pat' opjtft started poor
dark years saw no Hope of nc- old gossip like Polly would say It was | which foot It Is standing merely by the FAYMVSIHOILES
IIHblnlf! ; their/ ambition,, ,but they because he was rich and 'then I really way In which the blood] collects on the Louisville, Cincinnati,

[on working and bell vlug that I didn't love him though at that time I other side of the body." -- -- ,
Siow a .way would be opened. didn't know enough to know the difference | "A more remarkable fact than that. I

: of what this uttltud? of bopefulyl Now" She extended(u pretty observed the second 1 doctor, "I* that by St. l.ouis I Chicago, -

faith bas done for'thelvorid'a left band and let a diamond sparkle manual training you can actually Increase I Pij-

Inventors-bow, mpst of them I In the Urellght. Then she went 011.1 the size of the brain of a stupid and I TYD + ,

nl 1 lon,through many years of dry< "So I told him I wanted' him to child, so that by proper mental exercise \Vest\ I
drudgery before the ,light came : his love some way; to perform some | It develops a marked degree' of Intelligence. All Points North and \

e light vould never hare comer valorous feat or other something to ." .
.their faith, hope and penlstetit make me love blm. Perfectly silly, of j I It I Ii probable that the host began to

or coul'8el! But he was Just that kInd-he :, suspect that his medical friends were t Route of tbd Famous Tourist Train-
t It.they bad listened to their was sure he could do miracles-for me. I trying to "chaff" himt any rate* s Slioles Writer

|rBI Even those who loved' themo And he actually bought and showed mea i he, as a layman, contributed the following ]- "Chicago & Florida Limited"i I p rs
beg around bis' extraordinary: addition to the
| then ,to giro up the fool- ring which he curried on j
of coining their lives Into that watch chain, he was so( confident. But stock of medical knowledge; Only Solid Pullman Train totter Wet,

[would never be practical: I or use-' do you know, the whole spring and j "Gentlemen," said he,"the facts you with Observation.. Library and Dining
e are enjoylag; today, thousands Bummer went by'and nothing thrilling |I mention are nothing compared to one Car, Acknowledged to ba uu nest Machine on the Market

sings, comforts and conveniences would happen! I refused to drown ah- i( coming under my; own observation. I 1.'IIIv..Ilt.! Augustin.--5':*' a ",. dally

have ,heel,, bequeathed us by solutely.; It took some time to convince I have actually seen a man who by look- 1 L Ariltttn">avusJ"ckenvIlo110n Jlili'Hurt ftlo:' p..a.in.m.nttxl"ilnily. tiny ,', Lightest Shift Lightest! Running. The Champion Speed Writers of the World Ii

solute souls] 'who'' were obligedo him that I could swim like a mermaid Ing In his pocketbook cvuld tell you I AiflvviMl. l..mit. ala, |>, in, n"xtchlv i'I I use it. Morv Fay-Slioles umu in -nsdCola than and other slnxle make
turn'a deaf eni io: ,the, plea<$- lIe was wild to teach me, so I let him what he was to hare for dinner."-Sao 1 I I :. I

those they loved(.best\usj) they try. After I had been hopelessly clue cesa Magazine Through Sleepers' also operated on A See. it. Before bJuying.

ell on amid ''want ,and' woe,for sy for six weeks I dived one day under C, L. H i.j p m Train, Jacksonville to .' I I1
eal"l.-Success ''\ his very nose and swam away underwater Berlloi. .I St Louis and! Chicslo: R. C. PA VIS, State Agent. ''} k
; the famous French
Guilty. Anyhow. Berlioz composer, --7--
cant! "And there seemed to'be no bear* la was made miserable by his wife. He I A,FirtnrormAiionfl. ; tortile' to aI'".'in'.N."th OH AS. B. KENDALL, Local Agent, I ht
Sharp wgs pt.jrc2lincntal Vattlesnakes-- In the folds married Miss Smithson, 'an actress an t W...........'".''*.. cl I ml iti'oimtiloii' null "
oesible fdr .a' man to be. ,where we picnicked He wasa getting I 'many years younger than himself. She on uii) Tickutdranta ad.ilriiriKn. ,u At the Tropical Sun, WEST!? PALM BE\CIl. ,FLA I

I I'' he crie.d: to ,?Jiia equal desperate;, poor man. 1'teased.nlm and had prolonged fits, of jealousy and 111 Fin. rnm, Anrnl.U; K. HBItHINd.ani N R R. if '*** march I Left wheel! Unit, because I !knew ruined him by her theatrical .
. tren/bled./ Inwardly, temper. :sot W.pt Bay St.J.rk..in> Ills PliirtilHS.
. r ar hy'a name for talking iipks. that some time something was going to venture: and finally fell from a car- ., .
." happen, and t was beginning to believe rings and broke'her'' leg. thus' ending ---..- .4> --.- --- "; '

,he waan't taltuag," protest myswF really In' ]love with him. "But her'artl.tlc'' career Berlins bore with ,H. RICHMOND Agent BUDDED, M u lgob: Mangoes. ,
orporal who was .standing:' ntlll, where we two were concerned, everything her:la patience until she, finally left .
was plain prose OtheN were him: lie warn 'a tall man of stern Largest Collection of Croons I In the Untied 'State*. '?>>alms t PhjrllaB

l ; ..be?" roared Sergeant" tipped Into the lake*dumped over stonewalls aspect and very dL.11IIftet1.:; In spite of Ferrite Grant Lain Company "bul. etc. All pot ,ro.D. Full I Line* of Citrus Stock'i
killed while Immense muslcnt abilities as a composer ,
antes his
bucking Pineland.Ad
by; on' High Spruce **
I\'Don't matter then: CrossE ,BE LESTA E. grown vn
but not I. And the man-he he'coulJ. play no Instrument ex-
,and, then put", himlin.....the got coasting to proposing-.rery tun' w.went rapt the guitar., and' that very badly. < CUTLER: FLORIDA. :O: ':-IN. B. BEACH, West'. Palm' Beacn Fld.' )
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paragraphs of--- People as hey I'I' good/I la''< a'music ho later l Is still came vivid to America wlllt mu'nc-nnd (Due

In llf -uotablY,
are now proressloirn
1 Gocalnterest) Come and Go 'pith!( the orchestra of the Ne-y YorkMorrnpolltan I TUXEDO .iSUITS'I

Opera. A--WARD
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I I ClLllt. O. N. Die was here talng lu letter Mrs. de Gottrati rninrncil tor
t Uuy'er's' Candies, Rroiif'well & Moore. i .
the Thursday. the land of her b'rth! and a n '>w homo( ,
1 ; Lathe work on brass and steel l HtCutiittiingR. raoos Clarified Hdveriisctmrrts; in this / :
established! In Florida--at
was one 1".1
i 9-ti-tf. Senator E. W. DImlolc spent Wednexilay umo at one cent J i er word for em h eoccasions :
time on the West Coast; but later ou 1 8"' tlon. Con' the cords and end. There are: ':; I''
i In Miami on business.
Patronize home laduslrion, Stra- '
the above of Lake Worth. Hera again C'ab along with the orn..r.TO .
I l' tum' Stfam! Laundry Is till running. Mr. Goof O. Currle. pent. WednesdayIn n musical 'atmaTpbers\ surrounds! 'ler "''<,: t'

Semi us your work. tt.HIY'.r' Miami on professional bulnes.Dr. arid, although the opportunities: warevery KEN :" ', :

''t .. cundiex, ttioadwcll & Moored and Mrs. VanL/aiidHngham ar- limited In'comparison with! those A NICE'EWJtjR-rtISII: ED EIGHT :

rled Thursday from Fort Pierce on a of her past life, yet her eI /'s'Ss wore:: room modern ciitingver nuke Lake :
The Hev .Bertnahl Clarke, of Bos.f .
d '
ton. will preach. CM, Suariay evening at "visit,' to the former' sister Mr. D. B. co' start, aid manvenjoyed Who the resultu, Worth at West PHlnl Bench.George' Mnltby.' when you 1 l'f" *,
of her culture. Those have heru- '
Holy Trinity KplHoapal church. Plyles. u
Ii + privileged, to meet her at "The Cha-' MONEY TO LOAN. I : '
third vice president "
Mr. J. E. I 5
Born to Mr. and MI'''. B. D. Pyles Railway let." her Lake Shore borne, where her -- can hardly?;: '
of the Florida\ East: Coast ,'
nt, Weal Palm Beach, Pla., on Wednesday muslr /genuine and lowly hospitality! 1 F YOU HAVE: FROPKRTV? THAT 10. ,. ... ." '
'1 spent yesterday In the city on 1 you want to Improve lIul 31, 1906 daughter. weloSme./!, /
Janaiary a
business. tho sincere and rordfal Followed do. it with apply to i.eo. G. Cutne.:
by strains of music-solon, ttuet'i Bracll. do without\c>
Went Palm
; i j Four boat loads people came .
list Araorg, the visitors In the city yes- -
and slnglrg.' / a8 opportunity offered. j r
Ft. Pierce and other
down from points ,
A. J. Canova
tenlav were Capt.
Her domestic b'llf'J're! most ch' nn- .C. .
Wednesday to witness the regatta attractions .. "!
who ----- -.w V\
'Miss Anita, were Whenthis
and a large number of visitors Ins; and sympathetic as If her heart BENJAMIN COOK, LANDSCAPE one.
I I Joying the regatta festivities. was full of music which found ulter- Ciirdrner. Care or trust ami fl.wmaspecinlty. ..
I' i
arrived fro coast
points on
; mup 1'
references. Have beenin
all] of thie. trains coming into the city. Among the fraternal callers at The 'j ance !In many way \ charge!! o best< W 1 I Allen place fur fix I > "
Tropical Sun office during the regattawas I I I 5IrS. de Goftrati loved truth for Its( years. Would like the rare of a nice :

Mlaa Winifred Schultz has accepted Editor' Ellis B. Wager of the own Bake, especially in the domain place anywhere ou Luke Worth Ad-I \

t lihe position of ,money order clerk in Titusville Star who spent Wednesday i; ot musical 'art in its relation to I he dress B Cook, Box" 158 West Palm Beach. I "'

'4 k the Palm Beach poslofllce for the aeamm. In the city. ; higher and better thIngs which} to (lX- I-OR SALE. confrontsyou. .

1+ '' MlHu'Schultz is well known on >W.r". A. P. Anthony' Is entertaining !i!1 tAt-hence. since truth Is Immortal, ..-------.---- -
this side, and Is efficient postofflce '' HOUSEBOAT, YACHT-BUILD
an her father Mr. D. C. Hill, and her ', we may now think of her ever as an fini.h. 97 over HI,, 30 fi. beam, 1 fi 6 remember

assistant. uncle, Mr. W. W. Hill two prominent Immortal soul in a spiritual body possessing drnlt. Twin screws, llas"uKille8.el"ctric ;

The work of paving Olive street ex- gentlemen from Washington, Oa. The : lighted Complete in,every demil.! Now r \

/ i > ntlon to Lakeside cemetery has been Vfatiuw. Hill will' perhaps remain "Activity for all her powers, and' in cumunssiob at Minn.i R. M Munror,

t i-ornniCTiced: and will be finished In a throughout the season. I I power for all her activities." lICIt Cocoanut Grove, Fja

: few days. This new tohroughfane\ Mr. O. Q. Wilson, representing the She has entered the Heavenly Home

r become one of the 'mont popular driveways Graham Paper Company with headquarters : HO her joy In music Is fully satisfied. Launch for Sale ANTHONY

In the city, and will prove a at Chattanooga, spent Thurs,i, She la with the angels, aye, a memberof Twemv-five foot, oak finish canopy

Kreat convenience to the many residents day In .the city talking; paper to The that Heavenly choir once heard top, in fine order. Six-bor-"JJ Wer Fay

In that part of the city. Trop'cal Sun Publishing CQ lpoany. ''Mr.W1luo.n upon earth In the Immortal Anthem of\I & Bowen" engine, that always Roes I
"Peace, rood will toward .
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Two trick bicycle riders enle-lulned will Include Miami In his I Very' cheap |"
Gloria In Excelcls, Deo!" J J. Rvtosn P''m' Reach
several hundred peope on Clematis Hnutheru trip. i
January 30th. 1908.
avenue Thursday afternoon in front Mist Edith Newocvnb Is the guestof I Cura'' ,
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of Th Palms. Their .riding was ofT Mlsa- Agnes: Sllgh, having ftccora- '
DOWAGER EMPRESS ILL. Digests what you cat.
;' the cleverest kind and the tlifllnult panled Miss Agnes Sllgh; from Palm
feats hasa (1.1! (><'Uhaa-e:; >n, Dell marlc. Feb. 2---T'.ta .
: Newcomb
t 'I performed called forth hearty Beach yesterday. Mlsa --
applause. They are Californians and most attractive peritanalHy. and will! I health of the Dowager Emrraia Maria D' ALLEN

t I Faodorova, of Russia:, daughter of the I AUGUST STOCKER
are on a trip around the world givIng In all probability be the recipient!

exhibitions as they go to fefray 'social honors.-(Miami Metropolis.Mrs. late King Christian: Is giving ''he rel-
+ their atives a great deal of anxiety. The the Real Estate Agency '
xp-9nses. They go from this Joseph Munday and daughter,
t A II city to: Cuba thence to Spain England Mlsa Louise, of Knoxvllle, Tenn., who Empress: has -been completely over-

f France and the principal Euro whelmed with grief on account of the I Firstclass Custom 'Shoemaker ''
are visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. H. S. : City Surburban'arid
hath of her father. She was not even ,
pean countries. After vl.stl'ing the Mill able to attend the death amass at the
principal cities In these countries they throughout the entire season so delighted I Well known in Geneve Switzerland;; for
Russian Church One curious fact in Country Property
e so to South Africa Australia China are they with West Palm 1 I Paris, France, and Chicago U. S. A ,
death. King
connection with the of
.Tuixa.ii' the Philippines thence bake ( .
Beach. baa opened new and up-to-dateahop for '
Christian! that the people of Green- f
steamer for their home In San Francis- 4g Sale and Rent .
Mr. Harry L. Brown formerly of fir t-ciatu work, on Clematis avenue .
laud( who were subjects to the late I
tar I West Palm Bench, Fin.
The Tropical Sun, but :now general King will not be able to learn of his
I Fine band-tunudSiloes and Deforme ..
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manager of the St. Augustine Record death for at least three months.", Green-

A Bargain.A Company, arrived Thursday afternoon la- ders will have celebrated King Feet a specialty

to: enJoy a: brief visit with his wife
Christians birthday on April 8, be- '
new. sh p. .Iwo-cc'ey engine i fir FOR SALE,
i 1125. Ht Potter's, Flatiron Building West and little SOM who are spending some fore they are informed of his death, \ I

Palm B-Hch. time with reratlves here. Mr. Brown and the axcentlon of King Frederick. vtSSf Early Risers West Palm Beach School Lot, and Building
expects to return- to St. Augustine The famous little pills.
PIERCE'S CfCYCI.ES at Conminxs Sunday;: evening.Beautiful. iilenlly Incnted( for hotel' (m.pprty. UuiMiiiii compiirntivt-ly new

I Clematis ave opposite. bank, West Pntni Tate Springs mineral water Broad- Lot 150 bet Kiiuri'] At corner. of Clfnmtm(; avenue and POIIIHt'lloIItrpet.
Beach.h well & Moore Term
on npplifHtion. ,
Tribute I JOTICK.; = ..1.1I

Everything In the printing Hoe at I __ -
The Tropical Sun. and all work executed to Mrs. de Gottrau .. wr
I To all whom it may concernNotice : I
In the very neatest and latest 1 -- I in hereby given that application! The (FiniMtpr Fruit Fium, Hontuwcxt of town.; antifully( itun-
style of the art. I
1 The Community of Palm Beach end r Lake Worth Produce will be ui.ide to has Honor Minor S i 1 tl"llon a pPIII".nl. eurrouiulcd ti.y the .rlftir WMTH| of the Evpr-
I June, Circuit Judot the Seventh JuiticiHl ;
vicinity hag lost an exceptionallygifted guides, with and otter| tiopii-Hl! I ffuils lual
COMPANY: Ciicuit' of Florida, on Ft-brmryj i iI oranges, rjinmi'plps" t
Indian War Claims hospitable and dear friend. 1 for Lettm Patent for Fiaitrinxl l and l IUlOt JH
FRUIT AND COMMISSION I tg'h, 1906. a >nn< >ioce; fishing lIp: netti: offered[ for Hrtlechfup,
After a prolonged illness during which : Order or C'iryrtralion i arced I

Commission she was ever hopeful 'and optimistic, MERCHANTS I "THE BROTHERHOOD.OP
I the proposed'\ charter for. hie MAN"I
,Mrs. Louis de Gottrau has passed I on file in the office of the Circuit Court West Palm Beach Florida

t The Governor, Hon. N. B. Broward; away to the better and higher life be- Fruit: and Produce, Poultry and Clerk at Miami Florida!. the .J'jeciof'" I'

State Treasurer. H.nt. W. V. Knott, I younil;; leaving memories of her goodness I Eggs Our SpecialtiesThe which will he the promoting of tile |:
,,7 spirit of brothvrho 'fl 1 and fraternityaqongar I j
and the Attorney General W. H. Bills, j and truth which will long be the member, insurance of i

mot In the executive office at Tallahas- 'I cherished. Gifted and with many ac- I their liven the "nre a? their !>lctcthei I ,

r aee on t the 29th day of January< 19(1(5( uomipllsh! meats: social, Intellectualand Finest Oranges and Tail' burial of'tbeirvdead' provision for the 'ICRrp. 11'-"'" ___","""",, 'mw._ -,.....
of their ltiftnlien after t"irir decease, I
and organized "The board of conn- artistic in the domain of music gerines
1 ; and l to help it) the building And making
mlsloners to examine Into all claims she 1s- as one who yet speaketh; but of homes fur such of the members as The Americus Fertilizers

In which it la set forth that the State her sympathetic- responsive voice cure to partake In tbii privilege\ i
of Florida baa receled money from the la now heard from within the Gate I this January 1311, 1906 |
A large shipment; of Choice G--n. n Carrie,
Beautiful which opened to welcomeher j ,_ ,
United States In the ettlement of Indian Attorney for Iscorporetars. j,

War claims, which money the into the realm of Immortality Nonesuch Apples Vtgetttble, Fruit and Vine; Oran ;, Tree

and what la now the realm of perpetual youth-the and
State never paid out, ---- -- -- --- - Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been,

t juty due to the cllllmJI1 IS.' Kingdom: of Heaven. i successfully used on Floz'idasoils for
7 D. C. CALDWELL I many
Born at Saint Missouri
Joseph laI860. I
f The Gcvernor was chosen chairman Several Cases of Extrp Nice
Annie Laura : i ii yearn. For any Information call on or ad-
Thompson passedthe ,
General secretary of
and the
'j Attorney Fresh Eggs. "
the hoard.t : years of childhood and youth In 8LACKSMITHIN8 r dress -
her native land favored
by opportunities -
No claims halng been filed with the -
t to develop the good the true and B. M POTTER
board, It ww not deemed necessary to : HORSESHOEING i iI
Nice Fat Hens and Plump i
the beautiful. Later she passed much Large
1 employ any clerical aid for the present -
and thereupon the board adjourned time in' Germany at Leipsig! ; and at Chickens! I GENERAL REPAIRING i FLAT ,IRON BUILDINCJ: West Palm Beach, Fla

to meet again the 2d day of 'Munich the Bavarian Capital, where- yo- --- _..,,- --

y April, 1900.Y ) opportunities were still greater for I -
Clematis Ave., West Palm BeachI
education and the further ,
development LaKe Produce
--- Worth Comp'y
Y of her musical gifts. Her natural appreciation hove' now In my eu.ph'r., o"..or the brat blnckmilihiitii -''!
of the works b/y maulers In ;! lor tionimhnHiiK and un"rill1'''. Alnolt_h
Services will be held as usual next the classical school of/muslcat composition gang, shark hookti, tlltur troit* muile, to orderS111PI1111P111i1P11111Pi111111P11P11 ;I
Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock In the i West Palm I

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: She became a skillful and worthy interpreter

\ acoordance of with classical the corapiralMond high standard In i I Fiece1 plarmaey ; Town Lots '

i then In vogue at Lelpslg! reading the

literature of mualc as easily us many I Choice Residence

read the literature of language !tire\ .. Solicits YOUR Trade. i a3 I .lots:
to Gobtrau retained this ability' > In == _- :-::: .
greater or lens degree, during alt her '

[.fe. Even when physically ..n5dle'to: g We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate =f from $200, :up, ,

Ii exercise it, her spiritual discernment -

Wail still remained and "she continued (o -: Prices put up by a Eegistered 3 one-thirdcash; balance' by semi-annual

L.rti aid and Inspire ot.bera. :::: I installments
Pharmacist, 55 I on reasonable time, accord
( It was while at Munich, during her
== == ing to price of lot. .
y a ) !: nineteenth year, that Annie Laura I 1 1 ,
Thompson was married; and 'anon the M.Try our Candy, SO'd and. Ice, Cream 3 I 4 For pint and irnlnformntlrini| | apply tb *. ,-

I << ", home of Mr..an-l Mrs. de Go6tr\it, became ==", '
roder- ______ ="SS :. WAIrLAOE 'MOSES
a center for1'tha artistic Rv ,
t ing of the mnsterploeB of the roat 'A. O niEQEL, 3 i Anl Florida! EHHt-Const, Railway Lam,! h>Jlftrtmeot.

ti musicians of the classic period. The ygs Ornduurv, New York College of Pharmacy :.:Z Went Palm Florida.
remembrance pf the home as a Beach
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