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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 10, 1906
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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[plfd.td :IINaTROMIaaLerN_erau6.d' MaB/aIII:, ll7:]l .. XIX, no. 98 WEST PALM BJEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS. WHOLE NO. 1153 '

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HAPPY EVENING CONCERT OF SAM JONES METROPOLIS GETS + Ctf 1 1






FOR UTOPIANS IGHOBDER IS COMING THE COUNTY WORK ;,.;



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Last Night's Reception the Most"Elaborate Ever Ever Tursday Evening, in House Wednesday': Evening Board of County ,Commissioners Award Printing


Given In West Palm Beach. Many At- the Auditorium.Most February 21. Contract. M. W. Gooae Saves County 't


tended Utopia's Housewarming. ( likely the only entertainmentto Sam Jones is coming to town, and Money in Road Construction. '',

.. be given this year for the benefit this in itself makes a pretty. a good jit.. ; ,

of school purposes will be the concert news story:

Pretty faces, stylish gowns and cellent Roman,and fruit punch with held at the, school auditorium on next Under the auspices of the Methodist .The regular monthly session of r commodious' quarters for the county ( 4 ? ,'

sweet strains of music conspired to the air of a 'Ve erau. giving fancy Thursday evening, February 15., A, Church. Rev. Sam Jones, the Board of County Commissioners paupers, ?7.'f

make the opening reception of the cakes and fruits "to match." And It very attractive program has been ar noted lecturer and evangelist, will deliver vened in (Miami Tuesday: with all Commissioner DuBois was author- 6}

Utopia's new club house last night, Is hardly necessary" to state, that this ranged 1 Including musicians of the his latest lecture, in Zapfs Opera members present except )ized to spend $100 on a road petitionedfor

the most elaborate social functionever feature of the'evcning's event was by very first order. House "Life's Battle, and How to sloner Dlmick who is out of by; H. A. (Pennock and I others at

given in West Palm Beach. no means a failure! Mine Host Miss Pauline Ryder of New York Win It." on the evening of Wednesday county. West Jupiter.
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This city is still tender in years, but Ehmann may have grown weary but a violinist of considerable reputation, February 21st. It Is said by thoseIn The most Important work The petition of J. Hull Davidson to

when it comes to doing things noth- lonelynever.Last and well known, to music lovers of a position to know that this lea was the receipt and be permitted to sell wines, liquors

ing Is spared, and the experience of night's reception!! was but the Palm Beach and West Palm 'Beach lure is ,Sam Jones's masterpiece and the report of County Road and beer was ordered advertised.

years is apparent on every hand. beginning of real club life In the city will play several solos. Miss Edith those who fall to hear It will miss i tendent W, M. Goode. who has Bids were received 'for building a''. '

Hand, of Toledo Conservatory will completed that part of the I dock at Palm Beach cadre received as '
\At half past eight o'clock last even- of West Palm Bench, and it means a something in the nature of a treat. I
be> piano soloist and accompanist for road between Fort Lauderdale : follows:
to assemble great deal for the future of the city. Tickets for the event are pow '
Ing great crowds began the evening. sale the price of admission being 01)1 Delray.. The report showed that N. C. Jones, $264; H. T. Grant $28T. ':'t+y'4

at the new home of the Utopia, Club, Not only did Utopians and their more lira. T. T. Reese, of Palm Beach I dollar, for adults, and fifty cents work was now complete and I The bid of N. O. Jones being the

on the lake front, to enjoy the initial than two hundred friends whom they will give some soprano solos, and Mr.S. children. There will be no reserved had expended. in building It about lower it.was accepted and a contract !twill

event or the "house warming" of the invited, enjoy the evening's gal ties, Franklin Gammon ot the 'city seats on sale the above prices being 000. '" be made on the filing byvthe successful '%

school faculty, a'baritone soloist will Inasmuch as the board had bidder of a bond In the sum i ?'
new club house. On the front ve- but the thought that this was but au general '
sing a few selections. In the beginning that the of $1,000.

randa the early comers were greeted inauguration of many, many more (Altogether the' entertainment will JUST RECEIVED.A this road would cost the The Miami :Metropolis was desig-j :I Ij

with the old time coon songs by a pleasant evenings, to come was perhaps I be> replete"'with interesting numbers. new supply of lettuce egg plant the neighborhood of $24,000 they nated as the newspaper In which the

band of negro musicians whose Instruments uppermost In. tile mind of everyone and specialties of a high order, and tomatq and orange crates. Also bwan that Mr.; Goode at least official advertising of the_county is to '; ,+ p''

were banjos and guitars. The Utopia's new home means music lovers of West Palm Beach, can baskets and pineapple crates. East vote of thanks for his good appear during the present year, by the ,>

a great deal for the city's future in safely promise themselves an evenIng Coast Lumber and,Supply Company.; which was given him. following vote: ,

Here, many were wont to linger, and that It will furnish Innocent amusement of rare pleasure.As chairman Wlnfleld was Ayes-Wlnfleld, DuBoIs and Sewell. i
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dl\<\ young gave way to cake walks and for many strangers within our was stated I In Saturday's,Tropical A to advertise for bids for a new Nays-Tweedell.

other dances, while\ the Old VirginiaReel I ) to Sun, the concert is a school library' Bargain. 'at the farm It being The regular
gates, a place for young ,men spend A "Jb. two-ccley engine for Ing poor monthly? accounts were
new
was enjoyed by a party of young theIr evenings In the enjoyment of In- benefit, and those who attend will not 1125. at Potter's p., Flatiroa Building West necessary provide -better and audited and warrants ordered drawn. r Y

gills on the south, veranda.At nocent games and the' reading of only get their| money's worth, but at Palm Beach.

the door Utopians and their hun- wholesome literature and a general the same time aid In a worthy cause.

dreds of guests were met by the mem.. adjunct to the social life> of the city. PIERCE'S BICYCLES at turnings' ably fitted for truck farming. Souvenir Folders

bers of the reception committee, cdm- three Clematis ave., opposite bank,West Palm are hundreds of acres ,of rich .
least How
It is estimated that at you can get a good priming paint ;
posed of Mr. and ,Mrs W H. Da- Beach. mock land <\covered with a '
hundred, and perhaps more, visited the for $l,as per gallon i Buy one gallon Of FloridaThe ,'
and Mrs. C. C. Chilli ng- loam which will anything. 41" F
Mr.
Camara and grow !
not Paint
club rooms last evening and one New Fra at $1 75 per gallon a

worth and Mr. Geo. G. Currie, and present but whom had a word of one gallon raw linseed oil at 70 to 75c Thousands c onExtension;>> Captain Driscoll was quite ;
Florida East Coast Railway
every Utopian was a committee of one raise.v i aud you have two gallon of the best asttc over the progress made, ,

to show his guest over the beautifulnew AH of the committees performed paint made. Try it. We guarantee Work was also proud of the good have issued very attractive literature L

home from ,the assembly room their tasks gracefully and thoroughly satisfaction. R. M. Potter, Flatiron In the camps. The engineers In connection with, their: road and the f

through the billiard rooms, the gen- the Building, Went Palm Beach. charge had considerable trouble Florida East Coast Hotel Company.
and are to be congratulated upon The Key West Inter-Ocean of last 4
tlemen's smoking the ladles' the first gang of men cent down {
room
success of their efforts, not the smallest The literature covers the 1905-1906
the following Inter-
reception room to the well ap- ''add to the Resolutions of Sympathy. Wednesday gives but now, they are all working ,
evep would
detail: that) season, and may be obtained from the I
pointed kitchen. esting account of the construction of will and general satisfaction
pleasure of the evening having been Whereas, God, in His wisdom has New York office 243 Fifth Avenue, or'' t'

Early in the evening the program overlooked. These committees were taken from our midst Mrs. Louis de the Florida East Coast Railway from 'THOUSANDS OF LABORERS.While' the Chicago office, 130 Adams Street,

prepared by' the entertainment com- composed of the following? gentlemen: Qottrau, our beloved member be it Miami to Key West: the engineers> are not! or from Mr. J. D. Rahner, St. AngusJ1
to discuss the work of the other
mittee and It Is" hardly
was begun Entertainment committee, R. H. Resolved. That In her death our Through the courtesy of Captain tine, Florida. ,
and seem to be entirely wrapped
necessary to state that every num- Macy, chairman; Emil A. Ehmann n. community has lost one whose beau the editor of the InterOceanand One of the most attractive of the
Drlscoll the N'r
their elicited
ber on the was met with an In own work we
program Hodges.. tiful character was aver" an inspiration publications Is the large folder ehow- ,a r)'
number I Street Commissioned Fulford were formation that there are now
which even
encore meant
a Reception (committee\ W. H. Da- ; a loving wife, devoted mother Ing a view front an air ship, of the tt4
more catching than the! first. yesterday shown over the grade completed camps on the different keys'and
Camara, chairman; C. C. Chilling- and true rflend. Be it Florida East Coast, Nassau Key West
Miss Pauline of New York by the men In the camp at Key 4,000 men In .the field. This m
Ryder CurrIe. of and Cuba done In colors which makes ,
worth, Geo. G. Resolved, That we, the members ,
City, a violinist of note, rendered several West: 'It was a long walk from one that the work is being, pushed ..h t
C B. Anderson the
Invitation committee the, Fanny llarahson Gordon Chapter publication a very rich looking af-
solos which captured the audIence end to the other and back.again, butft's the large keys, and In a few '
chairman; E. A. Walker; .W. H. U. D. C., extend to the members of alr. The superbly Illustrated general / 'r
at was well worth the time and trou- there will be nothing left to do i'
once DaCamara, B .A. Maxfleld. her bereaved family, our heartfelt Information book of the Florida East ,'

Mrs. Blake, a contralto who has Long live the Utopia, and, may ,all sympathy. Be It ble.The fill in the gaps. Coast, consisting 'of some hundred
work which began on the east- From other sources it is
more than once charmed a West Palm of its social functions provo as Interesting Resolved, That a copy of these res- pages can also be had from the FlorIda '
\ end of the Island has been com- that preparations now being
ern
Bfcach' audience this season, gave sew and happy as the one given olutions be sent to the members of East Coast Hotel Company Char-
i
pleted for more than a mile toward to start the concrete work In the
eral
vocal solos and It was a happy last night her family, to the local papers, and a acteristic views of each of the hotels "'s
thought upon the part of the entertainment the city and there Is no disputing the bor at Key West, and at, the ... 'i
cop yspreaa upon toe minutes of the operated "y the Florida East. Coast' ,
) committee when she was fact that It is the finest roadbed any- places where bridges will have : '
,
Chapter Respectfully Hotel Companyat St. Augustine Or- ; .
B. Baker's'Transfer ... where in the world. The fill in some built.
urged to assist in the program as she Geo. Mrs. Robert Crutchfleld, mond, ,Palm Beach Miami, Nassau ;, tt
side is fully
has places on the Key West
a contralto' voice that would ,Mrs. Gus Anthony and Atlantic Beach are given In colors -
sharm Line six feet, and In no place is It less than '
an auidence. Mrs. john B. Beach, Photographers' Supplies These views show the different
three. The material for the fill has
A piano duet by Misses Florence Committee. consisting of Kodaks from fa to $ sports Indulged in, and the wealth of

HIggIns and Anita Canova was among One of the new enterpriser In West West Palm Butch Fla, Feb.,,,7.Mm been secured on either side of the Films for time. Also a scenery for which the Florida East ,

the enjoyable numbers' and met with Palm Beach Is the Geo. Baker,'Transfer right of way by blasting out the rockEvery sortment of latest Souvenir Postal! Coast and Nassau is famous. The air )

the hearty applause that it deserved and the many now 'and:': --stylish L CnnstantlneClemalleAvenue. foundation foot of the grade the Is filling on a solid has Headquarters for developing and ship used In taking these, views is an :j
and
rock
Miss Edith Hand, of the Toledo rigs to be seen on the streets the past Is sbo-nrlng a nice line of Wash Belt and which ridingwillbe hlnff lor amateurs. R. E. Resler up-to-date modern affair owned by the

Conservatory successfully performed few day are the property of ,this new Fancy Comb made a cushion on several posite Masonic, Temple. traffic department of the Florida East
delightful. There are now
her part as accompanist and fully sus- concern. ;Coast Railway a picture of it being ,

tained her enviable reputation, Capt. Geo. 'B. Baker, the well 'known Lathe work on brass and steel at Cum gangs at work. One of them has Tat Springs mineral water, I given In connection with the general
and
At the conclusion' of the jnuslcal pro- contractor, who Is at the head of the tntngs, g- 3-"V started Stock Island the fill another between Is Key blasting West out well.& Moore. view.

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gram the p alm Beach Hotel Or'pes- company, has recently'receive'fromthe By sending a two cent stamp to
the other two FOR RENT.
and gangs
tra was called ,Into service;, the floors North one of ,the finest "busses The Majewskl Bakery: Is this seasonIn the material either of the above addresses for each
and restaurant
rapidly on to the beach ,Lunch counter ,
cleared and the merry, dancers' kept ever seen In the city, In addition to the lead. The \bread; cakes and other are pushing book they will be forwarded promptly-
in'
furnished and moat
where the road will leave the land to pletely
time with the music As haa been a number of other carriages and bakery products are made by bakers : '
able location in the citr. Has
'the harbor
stated 1 nThe Tropical Sun the entire stylish vehicles. As will be seen by finished In their profession. tf. cross.. several '' Hoyler's caadiea, Broadwell Moore.
A SOLID ROCK BED. operation for years,
lower floor 'has In another columnin ,
of the main building advertisement For Sale
an ball been been this .eason. Apply: A.jewskl
Stock Island paying
,The
grade on
souvenirs don'tforget
been the Baker When buying
thrown >unto one large room, and to-day's Tropical Sun, your Small eighteen-foot
motor launch.wlth
completed 'and like that of Key Weak City.
,
the Old who baa the
new ot trips Soldier
floors have specialty '
been .laid ,making an Transfer makes a ho d. Firat1aa* in every respect Price
othi largest amI'most attractive stock in it, Is built on solid rock. There has
and ;
excellent dance hall. Until long past to Lantana, Boynton, Delray {150 cash. B. M. Potter, Flat Iron
been little fining necessary on PORTLAND ,CEMENT.We .
the to mooting all town. Palms Block:: tf very '
midnight ,hour this floor wa er points, in addition : stretch Building.
'Island have
carriages and Stock In fact for a long Just received
crowded with ,dancers, 'which-' wound trains with 'busses,
Important( Wins Grace Thayer Goold 'of the In the centre of the island It was of Portland Cement In barrels
up I Another
closed'withHome'Sweet; Home, which baggage wagons. free /sample t i Kindergarten, requests The .TropIcalSun necessary to excavate In order to gel pound cotton sacks. East Coast Hartford tires No., 77, '3.()() each, at fi
the line Is a
crowning event of the feature of the .. ,
Utopia's commercial men. to state that a mother' meetingwill the required grade ber1' and Supply Company. Cumtnlajra. -t.3-If 4f'Buy
existence: for '
It room be held In the kindergarten rooms 'To those who have never been over '
would hardly be fair not.to men 1 Atop\ at:'the old stand. Send 'us 'your bread and "bakery 'products
tion the Patronize home Industries,, Strban' l next ,Monday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. the Island a trip over the grade will t '
10 refreshment table, which was Laundry la still:running All ladles, Interested In kindergartenwork be a revelation. The soil of the Island laundry.. Satisfaction from the Majewskl Bakery and<< be:
Steam ,
&racefully..preslded.over'
( by Mr '
Emil A. Ehmann., who, "-served -the. ex- Send ns your work. ,tf.. are"requested to be present, I I.r exceedingly)rich and, Is admix Btrahaa's Steam Laundry healthy and happy.: tf.,, '


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"I'lvnMr Paper <>l Dwlr Cuunty l HlorlJofublmhea ;S !iRbout( Florida About FloridaFlorida's THE I : l HAKKOW I J I Il.i.

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Every WedntHd) and S curda> ,.. -- ; | .V ll,|>'" '-, ..' '' "IiI' "'l'' I' 'a'" -' 'I"" !'a I'' .1
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.. DAni-OOUMTV., 'IOKIDO. SIRKINCOMPANY
t ,4 fc T I"ALM lltHOH Is 37,931.080.:
.. T J. Evans baa received : acreage
-- --- ---- Mrs a Si 'G. Orie-Horso Cultivator
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1 Florida ban an area of 69,208 S-1IiIi..f'i u
IIJBHOBIPTIOI'Itt'Is! ( :!.IIJ IMU MAH.I; handsome Kronse\ medal In a red plush ,
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I -- -- .,.., ,.-=--,-", ,..- "aso, from the director. of the Louisiana i III'
Purchase HstpoHlUon] for display Florida: has 1,050,088 acres of Jand '

.,, Tropical Sun PuulisUing Comp'y, of guava jelly ma
CHAS. B. KENDALL Manager./ position In 1904, Tho medal Is 2 1-2 Florida produces a greater variety ofriiIt I Dressers to Men
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:-=- Inches In diameter and was struclt by vegetables farm crops than
.. W.i I rn.n re., I>' u
tun( ol
t the Po
I I inured It the U. S rfovernmenl Mint at PlillculHlphla. any other State In, the Union.
tit secunil-clufi" n..uet.EVEROLADES
) Speaking of this reminds Fborkla'a'average, death rate per

t I - DUAINAG1 ItS that Mr, Evans has recently sent thousand< Is only 10.89, V\V' me |\rlpl; rf'd l to fit so, In n

J, in a glass of kumquat vreRl.'rves.put. best ami listing -
Florida! la the bunting ,
'( Like a flashing thunderboll from a up by her, which Is certainly as delirious State east of 'tile Mississippi river. SUIT I'I'y" I'I
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i If the a preserve as can be obtained ,
the
I. cloudless. sky, conies nova ( 'Florida" baa a'greater extent, of'.Bea
anywhere. It would! Bec 1lhat It .
., d commencement of a suit Id the DldteJY coast than any other Stalo.1\ ', ou
,, would pay to grow kumquats to put I
Suites Court last week by the Southern for Florida baa forty-Ave' rallroada'/lii-!
I ip In preserves, they are unquestionably pw '
,., I States Land and Lumber Company adapted for this purpose.Oort .- cludlng the bra.no hand lumber roads' : TROUSERSto '
Florida is the only State 'in the r
a Louisiana. corporatlom agaliVsl Mejora press. 1f + +
UnIon harvest suit OCCltoiOJl :. ,1
produc sponges $
i .1 I and of Hamilton ng ; presentHt
j Governor Napoleon D. UrOward. The grand Jury County
I worth half a million, dollars a yean Popular. Prirw
has recommended that the board of
,t'. the other members o( the Board of Florida I It) less subject ,to extremes of \ I'lirn. of ,iiPi' \ I' .. l.I/I", / IHI.. i-IZf:; I is. :$,111,1It1.<> > ilfl\'! tyl III .\ "|"il 1- "ln'.i| u
f commissioners offer rewardof .
county a
: Drainage Commissioners created by temperature than any other State In \VV" Iii:-niliiM-ci/C'M" \\'i /ill-I. ( ,Im, i"MI'ill." i>i'III-H: ,
$1,000 for the apprehension and ar-
an act of the Legislature at Its last robt of Israel J. MoCull.\ It will be the Union.

1 session The purpose1' of the suit U to remembered that McCall, who was Florida leads all other Stales! as aresort HHTSNeglige Hatchelt-DaGamara Hardware Go
for-tourists and health Beckers.
i j enjoin that buard from further pro short In his accounts ha clerk of the
Florida has a: greater variety of trees ShapeLSoft Hats West Palm .Beach, :Florida
under the of the circuit court of Hamilton County, disappeared .
CBcdinu authority
: very raysteilo'usly a few than any other State in the Union. ._ __;.If """ __- u._'_...... I
act.aud, to declare the name unconstitutional Florida produces cotton, corn, sug'ar- ---
months ago From I he action of the I .
Included in the Hut tobacco, -- -
and void. cane, rloQj
} I pineapples, oranges, -- -
It is
grand jury evident that it l is be. You ut loan sometimes
i j: of parties defendant are the tax collectors I ikwnl I hq 1 disappeared of his own vo- grapefruit, guavas, peaches, plums, to know lire what 11 to buy. You : 0- I-O-o'OO-OO-O-OO-o-oc
lemons, limes, figs grapes, tomatoes
pecans -
_ Y ( I of $t. Lucle, Dade,1 DeSuto and lition. -in fact a varied assortment of know, however, that >ou JlU""lIAIW'I"S Weat Palm Beach ..... 1O. IIIOU, Q ''I

d y Lee counties, whom the bill seeks to T A. Jennings Is the Idlest addition crops and fruits, many of which can- want the latent. We !tHV" g

enjoin from proceeding to collect the to the list of gubernatorial availabilities not be successfully grown' farther, north them. &
i" in this State. There Are No Finer Oranges
special drainage tax, authorized by except in hot houses.

the act. Jackson Cpunty will have a new Florida also produces kaolin, whichis g

d. The complainant ,oinpuny 1 claims Court House to cost $05,000. produced superior Ho any other On Earth g

The Ocala Rifles staud second, In known. It Is so abundant that it would White and Colored CanvimSHOES

the ownership of 1,070,257 acres of the\ military annals Key West first, pay to manufacture It Into ornamental Tim n those. which loin I from tlio' Dimick & Lninlinrt. Grove. The' '8

t" land In the four counttes/ named, upon of all Florida militia!! bricks. fact is known to roily) n f few pmiplH ; we want everybody to know it,

4e., which drainage taxes amounting to Live Oaks l Is still making rapid advances Florida produces phosphate and These oriurkeseithrrowing. to theaoll or perliapn: it 1 Is !the' intplligpnt .

& ; $53,340.50 have been assessed, in ad- toward complete city airs and aluminum, and gypsum that will run for Men, Women and 1 Children.! know-how'; ItltI'tHJtI'D1Pllt) of r the (Jtrc..vc>, possess 1:1: fluvor that Uiuuoinptirnlilu

dition to $11,108.71 State and. county now has a street sprinkler.Tho 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Alsoa [ nn 1s superior quality of white' cement -
? taxes. :The bill sets forth the Injustice following Interesting Item well adapted for ornamental. tile Size 150-H to the box l at 30) cents a '
tit taken from the Constantine, Mich.., brick. Sirkin Sell dozen or i$a 1\ box
of saltl drainage lax, and alleges I Record: "Charles Wilson, of .Florence Florida abounds In Immense deposits The Comp'y

d i the unconstitutional of the act of'' killed a hog last week that of phosphate rock. It yon want!' to treat tli. foll nt home by Bonding thi'tn a box

Legislature, I JellVrson mock v OH H glut) tmrpl'be.jl\'pt' \ im to express' u box [or you
the !: on nn.nerous grounds. : weighed over five hundred pounds, and

It Is understood that other large own- it required the services of three men Twenty'ear Battle. West Palm Beach Florida ,

1 to turn it over. They could not scaldit "I was a loser In a battle l. W. BURKHARDT.
ers of land In the "drainage district"were twenty year FINEST, OIOCERIES
_ In a barrel, but had to scald it the with chronic piles and malignant sores, ,
j also prepared to contest the collection old fashioned way by laying it on the until I tried Buck Jen's Arnica Salve ; I I N. Ulet our new prices on Hay (Grain and Feed. e

1' of the special tax of five cents ground and covering with straw and which turned the tide, by curing both, m-It will, pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
till not "
trace remains
a
writes A, M. KING
per acre levied thveon under the authority carpet sand pouring on hot water." Bruce, of Farmvllle' Va. Best for old FOWLER BROS. &

4' of the act, but It la probable Harry Hopkins formerly baggage at Ulcers all druggists., Cuts, Burns and Wounds asc OOOOOOOOOOOCXI

that they will' await the Issue of the man In the employ ot the F. E. C. MACHINE SHOP I

present suit. Ry...St, was Augustine convicted, Wednesday In the Circuit morning Courtin Biltmorr Cieam, Broad well & Moore. GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL 1""r"'r""T'" " " "nntrnnrrnrnrnnnnrnrnrnr-a" " " " '

The drainage of the Everglades was on the charge of robbing the baggageof KINDS of LA1HE and SHAPER WORK ,

1, one of rfie most spectacular and promInent passengers on the Florida East ITCH-RINGWORM. yie f I iecel pharmacy 1 1i

_ of the "Issues" upon which Gov. Coast Railway and for embezzlementof E. T. Lucas, Wlngo, Ky., writes, GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR

I Broward was elected chief magistrate property entrusted to him. Thereare April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I -a.

several other Indictments against had been afflicted with a malady |i -
'Solicits YOUR Trade.
'I SALE 3
of the State, and the Legislature known the 'Itch.'
as The
Hopkins, and he will likely serve a itching was a.- -
y promptly adopted his views on the term In the State Penitentiary. most unbearable; I had tried'for =: t
Lake Front -
Near Perry Landing, -
subject In the enactment of the law years to find relief, having tried all I ; 2
We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate
which is now attacked; and also HEALTH. remedies I could hear of, besides a WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA

4r adopted a resolution recommending Cleans the ability to do a good day's number of doctors. I wish to state that Prices, put up by a Eegistered 2

work, without undue fatigue and to one single application of Ballard's .
an amendment to the State Constitution -
Snow
Liniment cured me completelyand Pharmacist. 3
find llfp worth living. You cannot
having for its purpose the per- sar
permanently. Since then I have
have Indigestion or constipation! === -- :::
/ manent establishment of a drainage used the liniment on two separate occasions -
without Its upsetting the liver and
I commission similar to the ono createdby polluting the blood. Such a condition for ring worm and it cured |= Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Creams 3

{ the Legislature. This proposed may be 'best and quickest relieved by completely. 25c, 50o and $1.00. --, '

amendment will be submitted at the Herblne, the best liver regnlator that Sold by A O. Rlegel.A :-: A. G. UIEQEL. --

tIle world ,has ever known. -3Urmliwte

general election la November next Mrs. n. W. Smith writes, April 3, beautifully finished Dew a-h. p, two- r New York College of Pharmacy :2:

Acting under authority of the act:, 1903: "I use Horbine, and find It the cycle engine,throttle hilting spark, dry Vij13'U Gc !:f2 11111UIlIIIJllllllEUll' -
i c, Governor Broward, as the representative best medicine for constipation and base, water jacketed Price $100. At 1 '. i .lllll11U11111IIIUJIIIlIJUUIIIUIII1UIUllI. / f'

ot the drainage commission, has regulating the liver I ever used'" 5flc. Potter's, Flatiron Building, Went I'alnt
F. 0. BELDEN CO
tr not only directed the collection of the 'Sold by A. O. Riegel. Beach.. !

special tax Imposed, but has proceeded J. E. Hardwlck, the well known I
.,
to the expenditure of the funds A Llttl Vacation.Condltin&a grocer, west of the railroad tracks, is : rCUPID Florist and Souvenir4 Dealers

y 1, intended to be raised thereby, by contracting are changing In BO many displaying a fine line of granite kitchen : IS ADAPPER
businesses that It would not lie strange ware. Read his advertisement else. /
I for the construction of expensive U the manufacturer had yet to pleadfor where Have l.m ed the old II Illtor stor In the l.\Ir' ) Blouk. mid. will open "I'| with OliO line uf

and other protection against the girl in her
dredges craft, to be
y k toens. DRIVER Christmas Goods, Postal Cards and Souvenir Spoons
used In the proposed drainage opera- CROUP
A :young girl appeared at a large bat
Begins with the symptoms of a com- .CS noon n. they can fin(hull goi di lu |>lnue.
?; tions.A manufactory one Monday morning and AIM bandlPM'the'rl'llItI In smart fash"
asked for work She mon cold; there l is chilliness sneezing ion. It's hit ili-lijiht to board our Valuable
judgment of the-court declaringthis was Inexperienced Presents Given Away Next Week
but they needed help badly en- sore throat, bot skin, quick pulse, 'delivery wagon along New Yt'ltr'
L drainage scheme legislation void gaged her at once and tftok the time to hoarseness and Impeded respiration. time lo distribute our i Cull' mid .ee the.II.Lowney's .

}j will not only be a crushing blow to teach her one department of tie work. Give frequent small doses of Ballard's
Choicest on Earth Groceries Candies in Box and Bulk
She learned easily and Horehound
the anticipation of ''Governor Brow very quickly Syrup, (the chlld will cry

+t, ard for' extraordinary personal 'advantage two earned days something was making the first'day as much and. in for U) and at the first sign of*a croupy tr these silo ",".V them.

la whatever political aspirations other girl In the room. They noticed a any cough apply frequently Ballard's Snow Leave an onler.' And l we will have .............................*.....c...............*.
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that she seemed to enjoy the work and Liniment to the throat him rein up nt your door in nn hour

he may entertain, but may also se- the prospect of good wages and were Mrs. A. Vllet. New Castle, Colo, to deliver your purchase J: E' H1\RDWleK

# riously affect his pecuniary status greatly surprised when she appeared at writes, March 19, :19(>2i! "I think Bal- P. S.I'rlces are a shade lower. e

since the contracts for the expenditure the office Friday. night and desired to lard'u Horehound Syrup a wonderful FABER BROS.
"settle up,' saying that she was ; : Groceries and '
"
? of the fund, as well a* whatever through work. remedy, and sq pleasant to take. Family Produce
Market and Grocervman '
amounts may pave been collected and The manager asked If anything.- Sold by A. O. Rlegel."' WFST PALM BE.CII FLORIDA :. ..fc.At Living Prices..

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agreeable had happened."Oh. I
expended, under the authority of a
no," the girl replied airily "It'sa B M. Potter, agent for Mapes, Ameri- : Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of
void act, may be'the bawls of a personal real nice place to, work, but I was cus, Armour's Wilson & Toom er's .

obligation upon him to refund only: visiting the city for a few days guano.Painters,Flat and Iron genuine Building Imported Peruvian Pleasure Boat) "Tattler" : EXTRA FINE GRANITE KITCHEN WARE
the and thought I might make a little mon- .
same.
a ey. I'm going homo tomorrow morn- For Hire I
;.. The peoplpe of Florida 4t large, no Ing."-Youth's Companion. Potter, at the Flat Iron Buililiux.car- Thin trim Tfttte auxillrtrv ontboat m for hire by :. CletnatU Avenue .Just Went! of Railroad. '

p less than those who are, or were In -- rlea a full line of fishing tackle and and the Kweiitly week or ovnrhnuled.month. Cabinauitttblo PorpanclIlare. foroiuinlnK inquire' ...*..*..**........ ....................+..........
cloThe .. ..>. munition. at. G. O. a ruhln', .Grocory.fomY5110NtyANDTAR.
1k.iP' danger of being, directly affected by
,
-
old feudal lords England were tu
the levying of this "drainage tax," the biggest hogs on earth. Their life Burkbardt something to any about okdROROKOkolko ttoKO ,oIROr.ot.v.:, tolosiot duoieotiolsoyorot.of

will watch with deep solicitude the was made up of the chase gluttony gasoline in another column that will In- Ito
and drunkenness. The habit of Our*. Cnldu Prevent Pneumonia .
outcome. of the pending litigation. glut crest consume, Read it,
tony wall bnnded down to them. It _._ i G. G. Strohm Company
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St. Augustine Record. came directly from Lucullus and his r
Imitators. There la no doubt that Lu- 1 'wlfib to Inform ovorfpBrwm witldnone -
: ; :
.
hundred mike of WcHtValm 'tt w>Mhtit Inm
} cnllua, held up before us aa the table here to repair. your. watches,,el'ekand .
An Outing on Lake Worth, saint, ate himself to death. It was not tiwfllryto: :' tit. your will eyow with.I upon;till en rty0Klu Yoa' FAMILY GReERIESw
and to
M n yoi anything you
I1+ Now is your opportunity to visit points only the quantity of food ha ate, but may want in my l.no. 1 am tint a "wlnteevlelmr" +
w of Interest along Lake Worth. Take a Its: quality as well, that put so miserable : bill spern'anrht; ; FONhlunt::I ', a. propurty -
owner lit :i>n L 1z'. trip to Munvon'i Island. Riviera, the an end to him. Fielding J proved ttmiiHtble| fop any bunHUH. ) you. ma'
: jewelry\;; | Fancy Food i iI
to trHimnot withne. Watches mid Products
famous Sea Gardens, the Inlet, or else.t" many years ego that there was a large In neotl 1 of wpuJi-tiiK mny b8.aunt. hy lUtflnte'-/
where. Special low rates until February amount of fudge about Lucullan. On .. eat lf return mail. -if the I. {
general principle he was, from price not
t 4' k nt, en the launch Rosalind, A. D. Mer. a culinary ...".fMpry. you rnit ortl..r the tnMhU !"- | Grain and -'.
point of view, a fraud A Ingle tuinmU without ohartC"'* hava liml wonf t Provisions ." ', 8
I, chant master supper at which Cicero and Pompeywere I ;y exlwrionoe with Honiftof the bout n r ftU
f .trrn :
... New York and Ihdnmure-six .' ,
guests Is said to have coat him veers hood Wattihrmikcr' and OtitiuUrffor( O ,
''- '( HEADQUARTERS CO.OOO denarl (about $8,600); but be Jn nleaf A Cr:*by C K
5e. .ui On parold and Neponset Roofing pa- probably served his guests a feast of sacs that facUotiiclit I iiml..'i,,tnnit bt l eulUitlunt my business: aiwnr and j It.;) (

i I pers. The"best is always the cheapest bnrbecued sow, topped off with cherries. I guarsotea.atieldction to every case* .i iE. 01' West BeachPlorida" I t

9 East Coast Lumber and Supply Company He was excessively vain of his ., A. WALKER. EXPPRT WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIANJefferson If o Palm 2() ,
cherries and, as for his she
sow. was
'wd always served bl.h.LDndoD Spectator Block 'West Palm BeltrhIa. ''r7sOMdteo aoraofsoiloUOtsoiaoatoito7ecteoi.ofsoloio7soisoltsy0itotto ( ,




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r- 1'I1Lr TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SATURDAY.. FEBRUARY 10, 1900 PAO 'fItAEEparteSt r }

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Q.,11urclc5.? A Law,..... T.telc, "' \1 ,

Before Day" !II I IIArlalnal.l When :Baron Bramwell was once sitting I 4

Baptist. on the crown side on tbe south { 7 ,
Wales circuit counsel for the defense

Preaching at 11 a. tn and rzo p m in a certain case asked leave to address /1

ordinary seaman, !bel Sabbath school at 10 a. iu.. Children's the 'Jury In Welsh. The case be-
Marlilund Band meets at m.ahd ing a simple one, permission wait given 114) ,
watch of the brigt 3 p. Young Puo-
of tl>'' nlgllt pie's Society meets at 7 m., without demur. He said but very few f -
out
stood, peerius p. every 1
"
'nii'Ke.' words The FaS9iOQabl
Au'P' Sunday. i baron also did not think I JlojieryIs
,
unlverBe of
"but ,,eiucd to him Prayer service much comment was necessary but wassomewhat
IIIIIICKY The sky was overcast and nt every Wednesday evening startled by a prompt verdict,.
5 The vessel wus u!p- 7. of acquittal. I'
umrky
ruin In blac1t and "y'wa Rev S S, Gibson, pastor "What was It," he* afterward In- ,

'IIIhICJI'! was uo visible Lorteon.rl quired "that Mr. L. said to the Jury?" a Strong Feature Here. 111_

,, tuo vensol sepiucd to be nailing Methodist Episcopal. "Oh, he Just said: 'This case geutle '
\ men, lies in a nutshell. You
of ludeUnlte inagultudb.iutif Services see your.
a elube Sunday at II a. m., and 7:15: t
selves 'exactly how It stands.
The
but nineteenyears
was p. m. Sabbath. school
:? at 9:45:, a. m.Geo
before he had been Judge is an Englishman the prosecuting -
TWO at yeurn the hlgU school of the L. BraoainK, superintendent Epworth counsel Is an Englishman, the complainant "" ''''''\tta.o ''''''''''''
untod hud beeti boru. League service at 3 p. n,., Mrs G. O. Is an Englishman, but you are i{i

towturr the ocean walt his ruling Strobm, president! Welsh and I am Welsh, and the prIsoner '
,,
\ bin earliest boyhood no Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Is Welsh Need I say more? I 'I
on. l-Toiu and sailed m 7:15: leave it all to you' In this New AsAnother very desirable ,
;: ; ID Its breakers We have
qIayed, Rev. Henry Hice poHtoi. I It Is scarcely necessary to mention | just replenished I

.ro its tonom.wilt auother passion which I 'Buys the writer" of "Some LrRiil Itemlnlscences our Hosiery sortment we have: hose is our t; .,
I that Duron' Bramwell did
tor the oceunvrns -
with hIs love Congregational. '
;'led not allow the experiment to be repeated some very pretty White Gauze Boot '
for his classmate,
Ills love ho went to Services will be held Sunday at II a. of addressing the Jury la a language stock with the
site Sunford. Wheu m. and 7:13: p. m.. Sunday school at 10
which he did not understand. designs in striped Lace. This is the
to her.
,IO wlshL'Il to bo engaKod a. m. Y P. S. C E. .nt 6:30 p. m. ,. newest and most

(,oan-lit wiled. at, tho proposition oB before, Prayer meeting every Wednesday eve and diamond effects newest design and g ,
hoy, of seventeen going\ ning at 7:15.Rev. : $ popular styles. You
nst being( engaged to their daughraised. Everything In the printing line at I Real Lisle Hose full ";
They no objection not aii- ,P W. Wealb rwax. pastor. The Tropical Sun and all work-executed know that the Labe whileitismadeverythin

IIn// that he would the be able nt-toy Bethesda-by-the-Sea, In the very neatest and latest fashioned and guar- thin for this climatefor
\ any one before youthful Episcopal. style of the art. is THE hose

'lit, liiid faded away;\ East Side. anteed fast black. it is strong. '
very
young sailor hud spent two year Service every Sunday at II a. m. Holy smart people.
,i mill bad studied navigation un- Communion first Sunday of each month. Havfyout. bikes repaired at Cummings t

lio auitnlu's own Instruction, but Steamboat .. Palm Beach" leaves Clematis ave., opposite bank. All work Our pried $1.00 Puce. $1.00 f i

IIH uo\\ pulling Into the home port Hotel Royal Poinciana dock at guaranteed. 9-13-tf -
10:30: 0 ,4 r
It was this, "
ordinary seauaan. I .
m calling at Palm Beach Hotel,
returning
l'll with the fact that MarJorIe' Bicycle headquarters, .All klndn 67 $ .
immediately after Hie tcrvlce.Si.oday .
till l as far from him as ever that P.I I wheels and oycle supplies at Huffstctt- I
his world look as black as void school end 'Bible class at 3 lers. jjtf j jI

e world be looked into from the M. 1

of the Amphltrlte.irklan J,1& Mulford, Rector. NOTICE.In .

line on the malntopsall yard," County Judge's Court, Probate Jurlsctlcton -

pe mate Holy Trinity, Episcopal. Dade County, State of Florida.In .
'e, aye sir." The :young man'sa the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP.
vanished the mo- Early celebration of Holv Communion
thoughts
fore Ward Deceased, DIES' i '
and he sprang up the ratlines, every Sunday at 7 o'clock, and on first OUtFittERS '
Notice Is that the
hereby given
on
the extreme I
in
lug bla way out to Sunday month at it o'clock.
second day of July A. D. 1906, I shall
..f tbe yard. Giving tug at the !
Services every Sunday at II a. m. and WEST PALM BEACH FLA
llue, bis hand slipped. lIe clutch- present.my accounts for final settle- ,
ltb the other, but too late. In an- 7:30: p. m.Jupiter. ment and apply for my discharge as M1
St. Martin's Church 9:30: a.m. i
moment be was In the water. executrix of the Estate and of the Last v W
and at the school house in West '
eu tie rose to the surface be saw a Jupiter Will and Testament of Patience P. $ .
ring floating near him which he 3 p. m. on the second Sunday in each
Ward, -deceased, to the County Judge, tt. V
Ho grasped month.
shed for a Ute buoy. _
at Miami, Dade. Florda.
it Ills main concern was that he Delray, St. Paul's Church evening County,
hauled to the wind VICTORIA ADELAIDE] ROOT -- --
see tbe ship prayer and sermon every Friday nightat
ttlug about. He did not see the o'clock. Executrix of the Last Will and Testament

at All. Then he listened for the Priest 7 In charge, Dwight Cameron. I of Patience P. Ward deceased.H. If you want anything tn the sporting Broadwell & Moore

of oars. Nothing disturbed the PIERRE BRANNING goods line, call and see our assortment.
ling quiet. When half an hour I
nosed and that qnlet was still the Chrlslan Science Attorney for Executrix. B. M. Potter, Flat Iron Building. Druggists

he gave up all hope of rescue. First Church of Christ, Scientist, West .
Jefferson Block \\ :ST I'AIM ;
lug and sinking monotonously HliAUlHuyler's ; %
In Masonic "
Palm Beach, Fla, up stairs ,
'WS3t h'a.Zm.' 3sao'h 7 inter JJotels! ,
tho waves, the heavens dark I -- ,- c' ,
Temple, west of Bank, on Clematis ave f
aim, the waters black about Candies ,
Markland passed the night. If he nue. Sunday services at 11:00a: m.; Sun- | Pleasantly located on tbe l lake front,

ever sure about anything duringre dayscuool:: at io.o: a.m; testimonial or The I Holland oommundinff H fine view of Lake Biltmore Cream'

It was that he was doomed. experience meetings every Wednesday Worth and the Royal Poinclaoa ** "
arid of life seemed to him to be at 7:30: p. m. I West Palm Beach Tate Springs Mineral Water '

r from him that he had no part In A Christian Science reading room bas I .. _
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-Hpeniled, as It were. In. the center where Every convenience trod comfort atl I I '
been In the same building,
inorganic universe he could take opened will be L. D, Lockwood Proprietor moderate] prices. trMall l orders promptly filled. ..
all Christian Science literature
iprebenslve view of his past conm -
with the organic universe. I kept for sale and for the use of visitors. the Lake I -

bad It all been worth? Even his Open daily exrpt Sunday from j to 5 in LiakeViecnFronting Poinciana i?
.
Royal oltoltoltoltoftoltoltoltoltolltOltoltolt J"", rvse. .v.u.vR..R. / uRuRuROroR: .
for Marjorie now seemed a past tbe afternoon. i and Whitehall It. ..: .
HUon to him, such as an exhllara- All are cordially Invited to attend these I 0' ,
Olive street between the Bridge and Catholics Cbo'rcb Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold Ito c
a fit of passion an absorbingore services and visit the reading room. otr se ,
Bathe jig per day, special rates by week. Mats J. C. L .UTHPa.: Prop.T1e Ji0 0 i,!
I ,.. :_ __ I 0' .0 *:
morning be became drowsy.d NOTICE.The NOW OPEN oR No #
already got the life buoy under
1
annual meeting of the stockholders i Earman; AWIRe Ito 0"
ring, and there was nothing to orttha
him awake Ho sunk to sleep or of the Woodlawn Cemetery will will Please you. o 'am, After f otoX o I Igo

,mor, fancying that be was dyinghat take place at the office of the secretary Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located All Modern Improvements > c..JI' "
It was by ,no means an un- BeaecU February 14, 0' JlOII
after in' West Palm on WM. D. VAN'T WOOD Box 147. West Palm Beach, Fla.
niit sensation all. 1906 for election of directors and the -- --
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certalrly there!" heard the words' spoken transaction of such other business as t f\o!\ A Select High Boarding OrderLocated \:-Honce ol II Yodr r F purpiture Trade .11

human voice and, opening his may legally come before It. [1\i9ar\ I Coa on Olive St., near

discovered( that It was day. With- Wallace R. Moses, Secretary. the Lake Front > .11I0 L00

few yards", of him was a boat Kleotrlo Light, hot and cold bathe and other uiutlern conv0uluneKn.> Table service ,.0 ;

Kl by sailors and In the bow a man PIERCE;; BICYCLES at Cummings the bfwt. States Slg tu 810..week. CnrreMpomlviiA aulloltori Ito -----------J--- -- cOJil R
to reach for him. Within a bun- alas! rllANK DARLING, Proprietress .0
Clematis ave opposite hank. tf Ito It '
yards was a bark! and Marklaud x v
Corner Datura nad Iron Bed and Spring, ;
II 1 that her foretopmaat was gone. The Olive Streets
ras pulled into the boat and taken Wheels for rent at Cummings. 9-13-tf Northern Furnished Rooms 0o with 00
Ic I'o
ship, which he noticed as soon only. I

gone stepped through upon a.the gale.deck" A had number re Improved Train ServiceThe Hot and,.,cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern conveniences. Locatednear o ALL MOSS MATTRESS .
Lake Worth. Quiet, pleasant place. For particulars address OJII ?
!flora were at the gangway crowd- Atlantic Coast Line and its THE NORTHERN o Only $9.75 Y.s 1I'
deer appearing to keep them In connections are now operating solid OPEN NOVEMBER 10 ro o. eCS 00'j" '*Pox

(places.k through trains from Jacksonville to I T I h e P. 1 l' m S Large New Four-Story-Ad- -- --- -- oo ?

me to your captain, said Atlanta via Waycross, Tlfton and Ma- dltlon Now Being Built.A o i;
land ko Nice 3 x qo Rugs x.. l
Kffve got no captain mate. We're con, with through coaches to Nashville large horns like hotel well-appointed and beautifully located IVIoRthtienmtort.witbo c
o. 00ao
out thi)coat of the more oxtrnxlre out. Mruated uu Lake Worth opprmlte the RoyalI'olnoltina '
.
ird luck. The first mate died of and Pullman Bullet Sleeping I Hotelhlta waltmwea. electric, I belle. Road nnlilngr. hiinilnur and' boating. Only $1.40, i P f fto
ellow fever at Panama the sec- Ratea t IJ 5U and $8 par day.sp-clal ratva by the wrek' TUB PALMS. West Palm Beach. o. Nx OC
Cars to St. Louis and Chicago. ;Y 4
ate went crazy and killed him- via At- OPEN li a -: -y::- K11x ,
Trains leaving Jacksonville !
land ?
a week ago: the captain was 0 00 1,
Line dally at 9.00 p. m., l House .
Bed lantic Coast Seagle
overboard In a storm that car- xo Singer Sewing Machines !
away the mainmast. The ship and arrive TKton 1.25 a. m., ;Macon No. i i

If a leak that keeps half of usla' 4.40 a. m.. Atlanta ?.50 a. m., Chattanooga uA HOME AWAY FROfl HOME" o For Sale or Rent S I
> day and night,'and we hain't 1.15 p. m. Nashville 6.S5 P. m., 00 .ii i1, Pt
table aervlce
Centrally located imtl near Lake Worth. Cool, airy rooma but 1K
man In the >t o Y r ., ;T ,
crew that all can navigate.by Evansvllle 1.25 a. m., St. Louis 7.08a. Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month 0 .-. 0 01o
your toga oral- <
you'rean >
Chicago 9.30 a. m. F V. SEAQLE
m., and Proprietor
.leaman mate, If yer we'd elt.'a'and knowed, I tell it you we Good connections are made at Jack. \ Ii
NOW OPEN Ii
dn't'a' plotted you up. We wants sonville from all Florida. points thus i J. 'MeQINLEY :

'lgator." affording the quickest and most con- Bttiggs Cottage A Select .0 _

I navigate :your ship/ for you" venient service from this territory to Winter Home o a S __
parkland "but Oust now I want I r% Clematis Avenue, Opposite School
dry togs and something to eat"nea the West. Information. see Ticket Hot, and, Cold Baths Wholesome Home Cooking No consumptives Taken Ito 00ifo
For further Evernla Street Near Lake Worth; West Palm Beach Florida o.
standing about gave a Ito It.
Folder"Mardi
and in another moment every Agent or "Consult the Purple MRS H. E. BRltfQS Proprietress icxiottoiaol.otaotAOktolaolabsolsoLoiae

l of the crew knew that the deep 0" ,00
(given them Ito ..
a navigator
OPENS
Gras. O 0
maud found that the chronomeiad The otoKoatoatoatoatoatoatokoKOROatoK
FIRST
UECEHBER
been wound and the InstroB For the above occasions the Atlan- Virginia O.tOKORO1tOROROROKOROROROROK.: .: e' r rD. ,

H and charts were In good order. tic Coast Line will sell tickets from 1905

hit Ivlllett the watches, got a sail un- all. points in the State of Florida to Centrally Located Hot and Cold. Baths Electric Light ThroughoutLarge. W. FENTON & 0e

tilde leak, then got hU latitude and New Orleans. La., Mobile 'Ala.. and ,. Cool Room., and Cttlnlne the very be.... Rates 43.01): ( Per Day. Special Ram by .
;h giving him Wa position Fla., at. one fare plus 25 the week or mouth. Carriage run la connection with house to and from train. r. ,',,,"C
h0 knew to Peasacola MRS A L. HAUQH .. ;.1-
be within a few Proprietress.The ; ; ,1C'fV.Zz.
rod miles of his )lom.. There he cents for the -round\ trip. Tickets inclusive.on OPEN I ...r:;; 1: ;;rf;,w7r-J'i Undertakers; and ,
the
vessel sale Febuary211t to 26th ,
and telegraphed the 1J
-? at Philadelphia., who bad given Limit of tickets will be March 3d. but : }4cta:3t stoneNOW near agar\ sfes j Embalmers

hip up for lost. In lieu of salvage if a longer time is desired, and the : of TownAn I a: ;:

Presented Markland with *10OOO original purchaser will deposit the street"WfST PALM Bfc. rn n l A
Gruber Block. Narcissus
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Hotel. Good home cooking and well-ventilated
niTflan<1 cargo| were worth '140- agent not Family: sleeping rooms.
!gave him choice of tickets with the authorized Hot sue Cold Baths and modren Improvements. Rates ea.ooper: day sperial rates
f of their vessel a pOllltJODbe later than March 3d, then can have by the! week. MRS. BEN J. COOK,. Proper West Palm Beach, Florida l -_ --- -- -r--'
or In their count- '
o"e. Singe M 'JOTW. Parent. these tickets extended to midnight of OPEN CITY MEAT MAR3{ET ff+1 1T.

to his'marriage< with their March 17th on payment of fifty.cents NOW

bter ou conditIon that be >wou4! ((50). Liberal stop overs allowed. cmYts : Ottct S C e "A. PEASTER, Proprietor P l
it Two blocks ,
e, the I loved latter and flndlng that after For full information see Atlantic J west of Eloridllrdd Weslern Jtcitts t'Aultiy.' Uuni and l Pfgs" ,
Marjorie better than the or write Frank C. Attention'k' 'i
h e. became a shipper' Instead of a Coast Line Agents Loge airy room Bttft and other. conveniences. Table as Coed. as the Mail Orders Receive Cutrfut
r' fie ]. '', Boylston, District Passenger Agent Rate 96 a week to home people; transient rates 8( per day.-
a now manager ot tJje boat. I' \ Block WEST PA'LM' "BEACH ct ,
,DANIEL" B.,8OVTSGATEt I Jacksonville-! West ,Palm Beach Fla. MRS. ,C. P. CROSBY Jefferson b:;


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I FKBBOAUY: lU. I 1OI( I
P V(4l.. KM( UK/ THE TROPICAL[ ( SUN.WKSP: P \JM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,

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Arriva andDeparture No Secret About It I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.I I Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTfKI I Florida East Coast

I II t 'is 'nn MMTI-I Unit 'lor Cuts Railway
of Trains Ulcfis, !F' vt-r Son'". Sore I K;> t'M, Hllrl1H'j AW i I I2i'N'
: etc., noMiliiK/ "'0 i-Cficiive as
Arnicii Snlvc. H didn't take long to f\ C. 'UlI.iMNtiWMIM I Local Time Card No. 61! In Effect January iie|'
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cure a bad sore I bad. mid it is all O. K :

r SOUTH BOUND TRAINS for sore eye*." writes I). I, Grejt;( >ry. of ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR _cnilTM.BOUNDHEAD__.n ___.., DOWN ...- ,... --------=NOR1HSOUNO..5pip, -.... ".. :

,.. Southbound No. 23 Miami J and Nutwau Hope Tex. ijc nt all drug >stores> Vet" 1'alni 1J llch. 1"lu.j --No.. HO' ', ... :J .. '83: MTATIOX9!!I ; ;' '". '7. Na. 18 N.-'"

t pecial.. will leave Jacksonville at 8 a. -. I 7 hilly | Dully) 'l'nll.\' I> lily II y J'I .llr.: "llall, b4)11)

m., reach WeHt IMIni Beoclv 3:03: p. in Fine line of latest style vts.Hlng! /i K\f. tit i CUltiilii; it r.- JIi'; ";; J 2.1 -aj I {110)) 0 I ;..", '. ,Jnrtionvlllu. JuskuuuiviIlu. .... .. ;i 1, :: 10 p ; t1';

: and after Grousing the lake: to the Bust cards And latest In letters at The 4 2H I I'' I 9 ''IJ a' ', 45 ill.. AllMMHtlllO,! .... ... 111 .p:1'110\ :
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and Counsallor-at-Luw 7/ It b In IU .1\t II' R II l' r ::0 .
Attorney
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Tropical Sun. Call and see sample / p 1I..UnK.1.: .. .. 1 14))
Side hotels: will\ leave the II II < I' I
illation here at U 1\\ 4'$ "I I'nlnlli.. !.!. .. I: "
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WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA II I .1' 'I lfi it 1\ J'a- 'l u. ; p ,
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5:40: p. m reaching Miami at 7:25 t p. m. -' 10:.4I}..l' .!.. _"I' h" 11u1tki,, :::::::-: (50 I'1, "
f. 'It") IU aIi ,
Tliis train will be Composed entirely ,. .' ':.::: ,(5 I., ,I'7' 5 thI 00 1 I'It',II II or "I'1I 2u' a I.,' ,. pftluUjaJ./, !./.. .. UIlp) I 00 jll 1 ;, 'I'I.i.-,' ""II,
OnoM.nuteCoughCuro
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II.UltANNINO .:': .I'. 'i (,r,. IJr. KE.:: ::-tj",) M i< ).::::..... 0. I' I 05 1> ,0\_\_
parlor cars for which extra seat Tare I' V ..... 1
For Coughs Colds and Croup N IT 13 OIl ii l.v' sun Mains 1W) I' 1M '
00 .
A ttorn and CounweJIoravLaw.OWco 'NUl' 1 111' I I' ti \
r will be charted.1r ,y .._.....__j'. l lVv- .:.::::=-!M'liKft............... ill I' .. ) .. i'-"
-: .7114 iI'J'flI'I-, 1 .. .... .. .......... \ !
( BanlO. .. .. .... : .1111111>1-11. ,
over ..... .. '
.. 1\1\ .180 ,
lulL j.ll \I'
Local mall and No. will 1 .
1r express :29 .7. ............. .
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: ll22q p.
y. WEST PALM BEACH* FLA I l- I. 7411 .. .. ..,.It .......Or".llI..t..I." ...... ... I 18 :
leave at arrive O'l
Jacksonville I
9:20:: a. m. ............ Nil I I' I'
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,' 1:1: t."pond {a! |I'I i ji
; : ,' Want Palm Beach at 7:56 p. in. Returning L. A. WILSON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL.c. / 1/1111/ 1> 681 I.. 1,12n I 05' p.jit.Il j/O a 8 .. .!!!!!.".. Dnytona ............ II I' I ..j I' To"1
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Doors Sash 11111; l' I I' ....... .. ,.... 41 j ,
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from tile East Side tills train will ---. .. ..... ..... 557 I I' I ,Ill I' I'orl Orangd, .. .. I' "I"
.Ni-v.: Smyrna 22: .1 :,0
lIooo.nio.PHY81CIIIN 4IsiIo)21'1ii18I Ar. p p
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I2.5j 0 O2ILpilljl
"I leave West Palm Beach nt 8:31: pi. m. and MANUtTACTUKKIt OIT c. 4*' -.f1i-I' Ar;: :: --':;' i-1i;; ICfl ....:::- I 4S") |> la 11P l I'' I I
II Blinds, Moulding i : ) II 4'8% t 11:. '1'I .-, ...,. .tst"PU 1 ('llyI ....... I ill I' i l. .a: p ''lI
reach Miami at 10110 .IOHO II p
: 111.l ,
10:55 p. .. '
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Boots and Shoes AND 8UHGEONOllluo IttJ IIl1rll. lIt I 'III
I 0! 4r. a 10 tlII I II' P I I'' r. I 5.o nll/O/ I | HI\ p to r 11
Southbound No. 35 Palm Beach and over 1>otter'. bicycle Hturo, VEST -ANJiBuilding u hrBr)10) tfll1 I'1' '- /ootots Iv.:::::; ::!N;";ir.ii. )",i .::..... J'I'! 1"I) I
l' .. ... ........ ouli HIM .........., 1-1 :p: : "
............ 2)3):! PI -:51 I
PALM DISACir.: Iliwlilum is I. \\"l
Miami Express, will leave Jacksonville near" Itoynl tW ,,101\11 Z4R i,1l41: I'' Ar. .........Tltiiwlllc' .. ...... : on' I' J .1 1 t8 ,
I at 4:20 arrive at West Palm Beach Repairing in All Kinds of Leafter I'olncluua Hotel. PALM UEACH. 12-1. Ma tonal..CHARLESTON 1. Oa ,, "p -: : Ai.......... ".4itll, ".0l..............2'n.: It '0i..ll aijNji i
I pili --------- 0:1;JI a ........... .. ... :::
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:1"I ...... .1- Inril.
l Iv. HII 'J
I 111
........... Jill/ II II\ : .1
from Goods J Done Ol..I..H M. !>.. tJl
Returning the Eat- Neatly .
) 4:10 a. m. :::::: :: f
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It.U. C Lv":.;.:::::::Tllu-.vlll \ .
? TIj-"lI llll" 21 1 l4 J.Id I 411
I bid: this train will\ leave West Palm ..:. % _....;...... 1117 I'" iirr I a.. ..tC-I'1 .. ............ I'ocoii: .............. li7 JI 1 W fj

r / Beach station at 5 a.m., reaching Miami !- ll-211-ya.-: --.-WEHT--PALM-Bl'.ACH--Kl.A.--, .... Largest Ft H'if"' '" (-tuth.:j > ..........I.Il 22.It..S till.: p.p'---------. '"< ::::.Lot'l i Itiicklciltio,leilpa: hotel...;.;;:::: : :04 6a I"I p 12 Ml ..::
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Indian Tanned Buckskin r .I: ............
a. III. No. 35 will carry buffet DENTAL .. ::::::::::: I'JIlIiiL(<) :: ". ..........Enn Clulllo. : 41 I. 12 .:
7o Send for I- ... ..........
--.---- ............ I 1212 a + 2t I' ...... : > ........ Mi'lhniirne. : Iii) I' I _.
.......... ........... 60'al
sleepers and day coacheH ...... ..... 12503 4 Ml ..... tol'h..oUon It 27 'I'
t and Horsehide Shoes UK.tt.lI.MACY: lIl.r.N. MKWMiVN _. ..-- ............ Itli a a r; H$ '..... ....1' .". ........,...M. J.iit'lw "........ 01") K M ':
p.. ......... .. ,
No. 99 with buffet sleeper, drawing \ IIIK"' 385 I' ........ Kurt I'lorco b6 itb: I' 1UC
21\11 \
I 4tI: a 5 \lt
Drs. MACY & NEWMAN ............ awl: a 6211" .. .. ..........1'ilihnlU' ............ no. ,,IK S
i and coaches leaves ............ _
room car day Jacksonville NOTICE ,) a ......... ... .Ir..on. "I 0 a
: :::::::::::: 2'2 a g 21.1.: :::.:.:::: .. ..J..en .......... 1 1,1 0 us p' -.
1 at 8:20:: p. m., arriving, at West FOR TENDER FEET DENTIS13 "'---- tab a II) p' _
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I .... ..... 2.111 a Otis I' ........ !.!!!!!!.! tttuurt'......... _
Palm Beach at 6:07: a. m. and after its ......1........ 11141 1 (I40. ,*.... .. Iliibo HiiundVwit ........ go" a'' ..
Olive North of New Office in Block
St. Jefferson Bio Jefferson' Nutl..o. lalinn'liy fclvun l'ni' I.IIH!!I. mi, I tin' :i'uli, ............ IIUJ; 721 ii.'. ... .... .. \ Jupllvr( ... ... :: : i.'Is! 11nog
from the East Side leaven' West : : : :
return WEST; PALM BKACH, FLORIDA lily of.liinuury' ,, A. I>. IlKxi. upply' in U"'lluu) A. 607.4101) 1 1 snisitutl' I' ArVtii: I'nnn. lu-mli.:, al( ''I a Ci i'
1' Palm Beach at 6:27 a. m., reaching F K HulHur, County Judges of I Iitiili I'ui'iiiy., Vl..-t,. it) 11 II 4 ..00' Ii II 21 I' 11111 I' j.v" :::::.Wc... I'alm 1'tilm I ISc'iicli liulii'li.: ..:.. 41)1)11) aiU0O.10 .5 a pllblOl(

I Miami\ 8:30: a. m.NORTHBOUND. oat J. K. L1DUY S. H. RICHMOND 0.1 alo Agent Dentist ... ... lsispdetlsiIpi.' .. .
Iron l'\
: TRAINS. luaucl this lath. day of J ,Iy\ I it. nm) ............ I ... !|!'.!.... ... DUHIH, ............. 42) .. .. .. 008 bOO p' ..
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S Ottlco FlmfeMafc. doqr west of ""l>iulu County' Hlalollftuk JOII: 4.. l1tll'l'1'Aunt : :': ............ (flilSaCIslit./ .... ...... ....Iliillnmlole.' .,....... 100 "I. .. t is p -_
$ Train No. 78, local mail and express Perrine Grant Land Company nlitoi' 'or the Etll,)h'or .1"1', ,,I' '') II",0, ............. ,,' ) .... ...... .. :oiniiii, Cliy ........ /) 011 5 ?! P
WEST Ar..... .. .. Miami..........._ ') ii 1-, _
i with buffet cars and day couches, leaves < PALM liKACll II'LOIUlA io"fon.I. .880. a. :.. :;p Lv I ,...... ....... \\6 8SSTr, ,
.. ? r Miami at 6 a. m., nrtives at West Pulm KKAI* IC8TATK.CUTLER.: I, ............ ) I. ........... Ar I. it. 11.'t..1( ::: ..... ',,. .t ::o l'i .-

: Beach at 8:15: a.'m., and after its return FLORIDA i huusIThiPanlorCart.: ;;, nn triiln> l, Hi! :78, 71. III1 fut Hli "|ilnic <;"" on trains .}, 09. M,9&" -;

from the East Side leaves thi.i city at 8:50 I J Dully\ exueptHiiili.UT.. _._. _
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: :oitrt.Ji"a.KLLmzUC1' : :.1< ..
I a. m. reacbugJarksonvillel17:30p.: m : [ !! <(<2 rsbNDlNSICIMCIIE9ULIW! !:: rnirVKKN"JACKMONyH.LM! : ; AI I> u'. AUOISTIYj) |

Northbound N.,. 74 Miami and Nassau --- ----- I ---- Mo. 23': No"27] No. 201) NO .Vi' ? ".''oiiniNo-.35ir: ; ;; 89tNo.|' 93hNVl$ '!'[

Special composed exclusively of buffet -ANDCURE.= 7ti.J- 01. r, (''::5.. -. SOUTHHOUNDI :_ _\ &Iv Dally.' .. Daliy Ex/mUJL.: Won, "';'' | "ally f.I D'III, j IE jtI

parlor cars will leave !Miami at 8:15: a. Louisville & Nashville ) I l.v ,)i'INrt'lIIll' ,-, -8UO -n ll 00 a II :II. 110 )I' 2 W>> pi J 8 IH I' 4 -2'\'\ IJ 10 80 "pliogTBO '
4. m., arrive at West Palm Beach 10 u. in. WITh 1 Or] L; !: -r :wWMl*.: I I .'". Augiullno. 0 m) aNoTfi 1(1100th0( ". .SI:) 211)15.rti ,pi i mE _'" 'w plOJtj:
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-. Alter going to Bast Side stations this j : So. 301 No. 70f' Wo. 44 "' Z.IN : NO_ 201'NO 98tNo' 82t1i: l

.. train will leave West Palm Beach at Rai.1road MpUTiriKiVND( "DOilY Daily Dally .."siiit x.'lSun' Oall II' 0111E lt
I, / 1 New Dit :: '.- .. LKTONSUMPTI !! !_\ !! _! III ,_ _
10:25 a. in., reaching Jacksonville at suroaylrl4atquuintltynd, Lv HI. AIIKno", A) 40 p ll 10 \p 0 20 |> 1'2 10 f M 10 ..ll 40 a 880 a 740 .1 820 .1 II.! .
; 7W 2 I Ferry quiUtty H*, they When wore your the ftitlmrpliuittMl hfit on the / : P1 j hlU' i jirJackssitivIlIe.I, 40 "|_ 7. 10 I$I'_7_HO ._|P|:_ 110_ I'T 1210' ,11240-i T pi_-740 -a-II 4i1s1020>>__ -*!!!
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No. with buffet drawing .but thy hive b wn Iraprov.lni FOR I OUGNS and! ',,: ...31.UI "* Train composed exclusively, Pullrnnnor Parlor Car.ann extra neat fai, -will beobarpl,
98 sleeper LINE TO < evur alnoe, We are oxpurui InI : | thoso t,alit, OIl) which no extra or Beat fur lv cliacgod.I .
BEST flnn'nrnnd vvgointIo, .e.l,.' OLDS 111:..'. t Day coiiL'liuBO|>oriu;t on _
: room cars and.day coaches !leaves Miami 1 KDrt Hf,. .: at 8:20: p.m., arrives at West Palm (c, to,uLIIuioauta Surest and tuicl' -i I .> f If: oIL ; I I No. ':! "I... lit ::00... Jf) ;::iYz:=: No. t852fl No. UI ,
Birmingham Nashville I 0. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich. THROAT and iJ" '.: t. cr-: Milo. "'nn. : Mnll.
Beach to the East Side Daily Daily
10:25:: p. m., goes: LES MONEY lA.h3 ., \ I only Only thilly ........ Onl"
,
and leaves here for Jacksonville at 10:55p. : ? -...._ -T-'i; ; i ucir. "ii-iii---j;i i 1Jlr. Lv..J'U'hnllvlllu, ...._.Ar TBT. WSi'p 'a 80 3 i=
240 ,,101\0\ 840 a 1\4 a A..I..IoI.. 'allh... .... C flu aU en 1110 P__
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the Knoxville
m reaching latter place at 8:40a. : Memphis, .-- 114 "IO". 8 U I' 8 ftO a ....... AUllllllc Peach........ .. 8 41U 4/\ a 4 II p. _
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1 m. BOO p'IlIU 700 l' 9 18 a IlhmtyIori.Ly' 6 80 a1180 -!.!. p _

I Northbound No :28 Palm Beach and Louisville Cincinnati PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSUIP CONNECTIONS AT MUML

Miami of ,
Express composed conches

4 and buffet tileepcr, and makes all stopa. SoatherroTwo Railway Close Connection Mad et Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company I* |

Will leave Miakii: at 5:10: p. III., reach St. Louis, Chicago, Havana Key West and Nassau,

t West Palm" Beach at 7:38: p. m. After ,
Trains Daily to Wai shing-ton and New York.
J, going to the East: Side this train will 1..1 andAll Three Sailings Each Week.

leave West Palm Beach station at 8:13: lointsNorthand HC1IKHULK;\) lFFgCTIT51r ': : ; \K NUVKM!: HICK be
p. m., reaching Jacksonville 7:40: a. m. ;-- ThBM Time Tables.ahow the tlmna at which trains mar to arrive at and dtpe I
'I'w.. a.t [,/ No >. North and West IN., from thoanversi: aUttlotw but thnlr arrival or dnparture at'r."J. : atatod la not guareilsaorta I |
-------- tblaUompa.uyto be bold reaponalble for any dolaya or oonooquences..I.IDllb.......|
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0050 ; s.. rV'- Jnchuionvllle; AI' 14n") 7 451' T.V J.ckuioivte., toRy Ar S Ion flAil..
For Sale Iollle..f the Fatuous Tourist Train 1: 40 10 1t: .frw'iio:: tu C. ::: : 104"1 '030". r.v JItIHUHo\ My \r./ 011111 1110.. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information:
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4IIJ 2 Savsnuh Ar 4 CN'' 3001I Ar Mite", H'' Ry t..t I 4.'" 1 SIPs
I j A $75 Brosiua spring motor sewing ma 6ttl> 6 ooa Ar Columbia fv 4 ''H'I' 6 110, ,,. 3..... Ar AtlRnla. 110 Ity Lv 1I..., 10 Hili'IY "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
"Chicago & Florida Limited"Only 10 2op r 9 gi. Ar Charlotte f.v" 'Iii'" 1:1"1': ', ) 115, 3011 Ar Koflie. Ky Lv U ori a cop'
I: chine. Original cost was 175 ; will Hell I I'In u U 511' Ar C r'e.at..ro f le' 71111.' ., Kill''" :list.:: : i i..,,: Ar IIton: ;: My Lv 7411,r I p J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Ocn'l Pass. AZt.. ST. AUGUSTINE FU.c .
r :a :lln! u 0 ,ul> A. Dllllv\ll.\ f l.v S H'I'' S flit,, I lINin, 9 4t.; Ar Ch.ltaIlOOKO J.v H lUll' 3 'NipS '
: for $25. B.M.Potter, Flat Iron Building. Solid Pullman Train tattle West, ""I Ar IexI..gtou So Ry I.v 10 fir," .
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with'Obervuutiou, Library and Dicing ;.-r: 6 ':IA' Rtcliflioud LvfIa 110+1301> 74oJAr Clncl""Al QAC Lv850..
I 8 400tulLv Lliciia.att: ittg Ar I 1IIoI
: f A Tragic; Finish. Car. --n 4 II'-Ar "Yllrhhllr/, /{ Iv H HOp fii"INII \ I 7 W"IAr ( hlcRgO, BIIe"4' I.vl M 11<11,11ri3M ,1 !
,. LUIIVPH 8L Aotrimliiio 8:20: .. in.. daily 6 IU" Ar Chnrlotte.vulle Iv I 4,4i, I';, I.V (t'lnu.ii Pa I tes, ArJ II '
ti n
: A watchman's neglect permitted a leak UniviM Jiivkrioiivillo.. .. 11:110: .. in.. dully, 9 sm' II flOp(', Ar Wndiingtoui. I.v 10 Slit 9 '""I"", ChlcaKO. I'RU"ea I.I H 40 lIl, \ : : : ;;p. //flIli.
in the !great North Sea Iyke which u Arrivt'B rhlcmirii, S::1U I'. in.', n. xt iliiy II .nft I'I I 3r'I' Ar BaHtlllore I.v 411:1": R t tI 1:1": n --8411p11.v- Cticlnstl.Ctii Arl ,." ; ;
child's finger could have stopped, to become ArrlvcHbt.' Louid. --.5;IU p. nt. niixt duty 451 .3SorW".t l'hlladclphtalv R lI it n, A MI' 7a3slArChcngoMotpouR, Lvi 00:11': I
a a ruinous breakdevnmalinj an entire 4.'51_l" 31)1) Ar. __ N..w Voi'lc__ Lv Ii 11I11),. 11:1"1': 9 4l' Lv Clntll'fltICH&ffii\ 7 coal I ; "f- :
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province of Holland.: In like inun- NUl'.33 anti 14-KNew York ,,nil FlorIda Rxpress.1)alIy 52ouArToledo. CIlA DLv/11411i ,\4 ..;;. 'j, .y '
Kenneth Mclver of Vanceboro, Me., Through Sleepers also operated on A. pUlllllAII, I>rawill.Roonit'r"IIIK/ \ Car 7 "S'' A r Ddrott P AI Lv '0 cop --- -
tier :
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C. L. 8:05: p iii. Train Jacksonville to l'urtTB"'I"tllo.l.lack.Uleto New : ," :
York. N 545))' I.v ClncIn.att, iit { 4 Art ."
1 permitted a little cold to 90 uunoticed St Louis and Chicago. ----I-_ ..I5 AvCIrvrla..Iltle., 4JyI 63"01--' :: k \
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until a tragic! finish was oiily-Hveried by No ,. .n.t 30h"Wa.hhIKlun'ILln"t. ;; ;; VIorIIn I -- -, : ... ..,,*- %
--- ... 'DRlly 1'.11111110 Drawing koum ; : Jexhl/Ion/ lIoRy Ar ..,
Dr. King's New Discovery. lie writes : Slurp- lo..IHvllle. i I. '
JOmr.v I Hnlty 7 jj'l
tug C to New
t. Jacksonville York.
.. Three doctors gave me up to lie? of For Information, .to FIILCS to nil peinia Nortli, _. tli f.oul.._"oky L.'uII_ )' I I / -
: lung Inflammation. cnuied by a neglected out Wet milienuleM, a.... lull mroi'tiiutloii oull N'n --' '!!.!:'!,' Lth Luni1Hi ,_ Uf'i'im''' '7-- 1141)1, Ar An.iiololl.. So Ity Lv t lIsps" / sIc
in any Ticket AJ"t or adilrvM, '.V \ Jsckoou.viIle, bl 10 A l Btiii I I 411 Ar lilrnulughan,, III \
cold ; but Dr." King's New Discovery n 1-:1). 10. HEUrtlNd.Flu. I Is 1ft.. f.v a ..s .."au.. cia A. flout / 8)5s;: Ar Memphis. Frisco. t: : :lt.st):\
saved my life. Guaranteed beat coiiKb P....... Age-lib. L. unit N. It. 1C, 6 -, and cod ,'ure. at all drnJl: lsts. 500 and I Sot A. Asliville N C Lv t 'lli,' I 3Op1.V --M il phl.--: rI--I-
:aim. Vest May St.. JuckHnnvlllu. Florida t H71 Ar lint "IIfI"II.. N. C. Iv ----I-l 2))
: $[.00. Trial bottle free. 6001> A r K..oxville.. 'r"oll Lv 1:1 I"h":) MI" I :2olr, _Hot.tI'! !!'&0, LVI I '_ nl __ .

_ _ --- -- 811<111 A. 1,0Ill.v/lle. Ky. Iv V ::1,1' 1405 13 .n.I 14-uslly. SolId Vestibule tnt,,.

t', ) 4 IItI.... .Ar.-. ,..I\t...-I.oia...-,-....1110., ...- Iv. 11111.. ...,a through, slit, coaclie and Pullman. ileeplnn can t
( _ FOR SALE '-" "" "n" ""u ..L.VI. u !i.pi!!. .InckHonville to t'liictnnati.Nn. .
itIrt1 No. 99 and vs-Dolly Pullman, DrnwIitK-Kooni in nail 14-1'ullman lirnwlnic Knoin Sleep
I For Sale Cheap. and Biiffcl Sleepl.Car/ between Jnckaoimlle I ing Cam iHitwiwn, .Inckranvllle, Itlrnilniilinm:, : ;
and Ulneinnati.L'xcclleiit: 1I1"III\\>hl. an I Kiitiiia IJIty.Kim. ; .
.. of the most beauti.
situated Dutura one -
The Keystone, on --- ,: I7"iiiid 18- 'TheAtIRhtiJ Special "l'ull.
a street. ly to C. C. CIl i gwo .It. DiningCar ServlcounAIITraiim ninn Kniwlnn Room Hlennlntc (.ar,.. Jnckmn. >
situated homesin .
r'tf fully vIII. to Allnn.a alit"" I.hlllton"olpA..II".r.; .
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can ren'"lnln aleuper In Atlanta until 7:91: a.m
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Florida.One -

Only 8'searaOld. I. C. LUSK} Dmt. Pass. Agent. 108 WestS.H.HARDWICC Ba > Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

W. H. TAYLOE, Q. P. A.
hundred and ninety feet abovesea
I am only 82 yearSold and don't ex. .
pect even when I get to De real old' to level overlooking clear spring fed P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN A. O. P. A .

',.i feel that way as long at I can Ret Electric lake with views of'hills' for some miles. -
Bitters," siys Mrs. E. II. Branson, with
Absolutely healthy delightful
/!
j of Dublin Ga. Surely there'll nothing ( Four
Sailings Each Week Between
1 else keeps the r.ld as young and makes country for riding:; and driving./ .

4 h. the weak as strong aithis, grand tonic
: A medicine. Dyspepsia torpid liver. Inflamed Spacious Residence JOKSONVILLEp NEW YORK]
kidneys or chronic constipation Five Trains
ty, are unknown after taking Electric Bitters 25 Rooms. Superb Culling. Charleitoa. 8.C., both w ao.

_________s ,:, a reauobable time. Ouarauteedby THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS. IN THt! COASTWISE SERVICE

all druggists. Price 500. ,:: -- ---
PosNession at.once. completely furnished : THE! : CI el.VU: ;>EUr) KNWLANF .iNO SOLTHEKN LU
If desired for this season An ideal '
Leave orders at Potter's Flat Iron I Daily Direct 8ervlc Between
place! for wealthy family.Threehnndredan ;
JACKSONVILLE PROVIDENCE
t building for Battle's gasoline and I BOSTON AND
AND ALL, EASTERN POINTS. ,
kerosene delivery JiOtf: seventy-flve Acres
.
CalllnK at Charleston bath my.
I 'fhr.ie to the East apd\ Two to the West, via SKMI-WKKKLV!: SAtE LNOS.
j uixtyofwbicb{ | is inlchoicflbudded. fruit. -' I houthbnuoci; From lavla' Wharf, Boa

ARE VOtf-HESTLESa AT NIGHT. Ad.bus.lox 3 Saint Leo, \ I Northbound From toot of Catherlnp Street jacksonvt""'!

3 and' harraased by a bad cough Use JZ".lm: Pegco County Florida. '

it( Ballard's Horehound Syrup It will secure -- -- - -- '"" Atlantic Coast Line CLYDE ST. JOH1., ;:; BIVER: LINE

you Bound sleep and effect a Between Jacksonville and Janford.

'. prompt and radical cure. J. B. McQINLEY Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DeLand) and

c Sold by A. O. RIegel. Intermediate Landings on the St. John River i

NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Funeral Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fred'k DeBar .I
I
Director ,
,
.
: ,
IN
.t? In Court of County .Judge'<< State cf: New York und Florida. Spt'cialleRv", Jacksonville" 13:30 p. tn. daily ex. Sunday .r4'.ppolnlodtoaan. U lollvwit-Lonve Jacksonville daIly oxcopli SiitunUys lit BW: P- 11Io ,
I turning,leave $,>nl..rd.dully HXOH >( 8uniluy at : II. in.
| 9:110
Florida, Dade<< County, Florida and West Indian Limited lvi.'|Jacksonville 8:55: a. m. dally .

: ,- In the matter of the estate of PrlncnJ. and New.York Express leaves Jacksonville j 8:03: .. m. daily 80 ul boo..n,I 5odh"""

,- Baker, :\ Chicago and Florid Limited leaves Jacksonville. 9:30: a. m. daily Read siown. Sch..dIiiM/ acol"

To all distrib Dixie leaves ........ 3 pm .. .Arrlvt -
creditors( legatees Embalmer Flyer Jacksonville f 9:00: p. m. dally .1 JACJtWNVU.l.t : .
Lea"5
I utees and all persona having claims of 4$ pIn ..PALATK. .. .
.Cf. 1 count . .. A8TOR. .. .. _..... . tftlc.fl
I demands against said estate [Both licvnseil by the State to embalm 4355fl. .. ft. FRANCIS. .... .. 5- I
You and each of you are hereby notified .' I. -- p.aSFORD t .""

and required to present'any tirni! prepare. tKiiliea, for nhijiment.Lndy .. A.rtv.. S 30 am.. ... ..... ....... .... ......IIANFRD(lIar.4ND-'o. ... ...... .. ,,"

i claims or demands which you or Itlltlilltaot Through Sleeping: Cars \ 00 nm..._.........."._......._.'......... .!:NTEUI'RI8E....._.._. ...........". t800"0 _'
I'll
!
.k eIther of 'you may have against the ; '.. ,, GeneralPassenger_ and Ticket Office. 122 W. Bav St.. Jackson;..

1 estate of Prince J. Dafter deceased, to New York Chicago and J St. Louii also new" Cur 11' 5. IIC"N MO\luliiT"A"uen'l: : : .
: ,
; SJwping Service to : I&5tIA5tilil8Wet:: Bay .. ", "
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,
late of ,Dade County, Florida, to the GEO. HASLEHURST & SOU OI.I Jacksonville W"II. CouI'IiatJv.; I'reight 4et.. \J.I'. LIJ ,; .
Augusta leaving ut 8:55
: a. m.
'ontof t
IInann Street, ..J"o..n'l't' 1lorlpls "
f-i undersigned administratrix of said estate lt)1: l A. U.vIbo JfArl: lt1'5..''KO'k.' ) I"'n 1'_", .,_ l4w. yO! k. GL'II'UIt M1LNS:, (tel','1 Fr"II (M) ,
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within two years from the date Contractors and Builders) "j.- tlonoral Msnager was. P. {,iunera!

,! hereof. > o3:: Uhooebrnuocb i3uUdlg lt "State SflreM:: New. yorkU1t1iiETHE ,

1 Dated January 30), A. D.. 1906. P. O. BOX 304 \...I "t,..,..' 4

Rosa E. Baker For Pullman reservation! ,* and. Full, I u format. Ion write *

11 Administratrix Baker of the estate of' FOLEliurfl1Z4.Iog.oqdh.sd t ._ PRANK 0. BOTLiJTON, District Pa8enKerAKeDt, i SiT|
Prlpce/ J. deceased. --

1: : 4t: L.&ta4s Jacksonville, Fla. .


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'The 1 -the 1 hi(>or' -" -- ------ -.- -, -- .
Downfall innir \\<"u ,11111<'1",1 l on II1> ," -
tfthli lo hlKiilH "1'1'1.111"' I, .
THE OLD RELIABLERoyal I 'ilii (plillHinliiopl-, iiiitn, iiiiuniil to i i ')

OfMe Mr. melt",-,'. tin I li". 'ii', tie '1111,4;; I 01/' Ih,' "'':' inioii Dragging k:
Bowser
r I Hi <:I of i IK-. t'(III!' pu"I1"io\ merely II..J I tl'at

-- an Illumine uinu nhu hud anll I'll ut Down The o (
II
hang: foitj'litc' bud to be ha ml\todu t i

Re. civet' an Invitation to Ad- Idle dlflViuitly ("mm II ton-your.old
J Mh mlrflrl. 'Tim iilUilHliinc'it Painsare
on bas night
drew a Night School, and mlionl, 1\ 'nj i KImp| shin at p.eient, but
I\d. : tfion' and Mouilsh wllb time Hewoiilil New
: Foolishly Accepts. i'nil on Mi. nqwsei' us thu ghost\ a symptom of tn* most -'oea YoifkVA;

ol UK \CMIIIK| to toll the Pupils. Homo trouble which can attack a woman, ,
BAKING thing, ,nlmut clnlKtoplier" [ Col 111011(145. viz falling of tiles womb. With this, ,I\; :"'

HIS yiFE[ WARNS HIM :Mi l I, rifmpi, mono niuld a fah',)her rat- generally, comes Irregular and painful :::' ,
POWDER till of iiiugH He ,plcltcil C'DlninbiiM periods, ,, '
I __ up \ as weakening drains, backache, Herald
I Ix"'I IIIK nut of a Job and/ 1 10(1k.lug I'mnuy headache, nervousness, dizziness, IrrlUbiaty -

Pupils Yearn For Peer and Gel It Not. I I snot" t of work and sent him oct ou a voy, tired feeling, etc. The cure la .
Their Would Be aa1l': dimotpry lIe mixed him up ,
ABSOLUTELY PURE j Entertainer
with the 11
pI'Kilm limiters! cold loot... (him
Makes His Usual Exit.I Hulling the! M.ijilow6r pat Ilie PYI'I'mlllR "
I | of Ijgyiit.' but "t' 'thin'' ,; ,
01.\ went 'Greatest'.Paper
Tho greatest of ( ' Phillips A Co.] Dan intern; \\hlto( clapped' hN liundH
modern-time helps H> n young mUll come over and l <' leI, "Hear, hem! !" P.' '
0 lo the olllcc to Whon Colnmbim ,
I soo you about hud hptn lluNliod olf I' '
noon today. ?" asked Mrs. In n drat class niiiiiiU'r and Mi llewmc'r Female Regulatorthat
to perfect cookingUsed hud tala-n lila j.
Rowaer after the ftuinh of sent with a wlltnlollnr'
: dinner tho other th ,
I evening wonderful, curative Contains More'Automobile
fllP'C's After vegetable ex
In the best families I II "vrs< ..; oneiId] ," replied Mr. Bowser I'U U lcd. later a another minute miiiiito four' boi llv>r macs pulls\ tract, which exerts such a marvelous, (
| who was:i : walking about the strengthening Influence, on all female
91t\lug of eyes lookid full Hi Mi Lion\ ', '
the world over room in uu 'or AM organs.: Cardul relieves pain and News
unoitsy uiunner. he dlilu I talus the hint, there wore live regulate the name*. It Is a sure ,
"Ho uiillud! hem to nsk whole the of- long Ul'uwllgrollllH and then Ibu teui-her and permanent cure for all female
flce was, and I was at first Inclined not mono Ititil'shill: Cou 1ntc. It
tarn mam WWIMII eo*"IW yew ,
to give him the number, You could, ":\Ir, William SCIOB: 'I, who lie-in\ ';: to bottles."I At *ll druggists and dealers In Ct.OO '

_...- fend! dead beat from head to heel lIe wrlto only four weeks!! ago, will/ now Than all the Other Papers Combined
wanted write sentence on the blackboard to
"
money, didn't ho?
Seminole Indians of Florida. show
our guest what
Improvement he
"Have SUITERED AWFUL PAIN
Idea
you any who
that
"
young bill mode.
Only a remnant of the great; Semlnole. man Is?" In my womb and ovaries,"writes Mrs. U
Indian tribe Is now to be found! In "Not the slightest." Mr Soioggs: modestly and bluxhlngly Nuouri! Bake, of Webster Grove, Mo., Exclusive Reports from all the'i
Florida They are principally located In "Then stood before the blaekboanl, and, afterspiatchmg "also In my right; and left sides, and Winter Resorts
Dade County, not far from Lake Worth l don't begin by characterizing his head for awhile to get my menses were very painful and Irreg frI -
him aa a dead the kinks out of ills ular. Since Cardul
beat Thnt'a Just your fingers' : ho wrote: taking; I feel Ukea
[in the Everglades; and In Rig; Cypress way. It you don't "I would! like a schooner of beer" now woman and do not suffer as I did.
happen to like
bwamp, numbering about 1500. They person at float sight a Mr. Bonsor started to turn roil[ and It Is the best medicine I ever took."' I
you hop on to him
ire shy and suspicious of the whiteR, with a club." boil up, but the philanthropist headed '

naturally, and but few persons have won him off with; i } S S'l
"Well -
Mho "
was your caller? "ion -- -- ----
heir confidence nee! we must let them choose

For after Osceola's capture "urn name la Theopolua Harrington their own subjects for awhile yet A The Onion. a.. D -,-_._- -, +, ;j r d,1
many years 'co -
'W II __
White, BUI! he la a pblJunt month liter and I "Onions are \ r
[(he Indiana regarded the while man with roplRt He will\ have 1\11, ScroKita' : really sweetener ot the I 1 tI"
writing about shadowy glades\ and breath tier the local effects bare
(
sylvan passed -
ShU(utter hatred, and their refusal to !leave: = -: ..I IJII" :Mr Stubbs will now read a away," s'uyM one learned doctor. b.- ,_
State for the Western reservation t7i1 paragraph from the Flist ItendeY. It Thin Btntemfrnt Is not in aCl'ordan'ewlthour

furnished by the United Stales govern was only six weeks ngo that he commenced own experience; therefore we avoid

none, augmented the mutual 111 feeling' to learn his A B C'R. Standup onions We are stilt further Informed (

,etween the two faction*. They ImvcIteadfistly Mr Stubbs. by the sumo authority that onions correct

refused to leave Florida, and !Mr f Stubbs, who wasn't n stuthy stomach disorders\ and, carry off : /' ;J' Don't Fail to Read

,ave kept their homes In the dismal fast 110,11\, by a long_ shot, stood up and the aocunmlaleil poisons of tho system ,

[leases of swamp and creek' living on cleared hiss throat\ nnd read;: They\ provide a blood. purifier '
"I love si-lmol. I also love my teach that all may freely uso Kutoii raw an :
fish and wild fruits ,
supplemented
game er. I also love a glass of lager brerwhl'lI onion will often heck a cold In theht'u,1. The New
|>y pumpkins peas! coin and !potatoes, York
.
It la cold. This! In all At piPHent." Ono small onion oaten every
lalsed by themselves During/ the last "Isn't that wondel'tul'lro rf'RR?" night before retiring In this well known ,

|wo decades, however, they; have some- asked, the teacher as he turned to Mr. doctor's prescription for numerous affections
jihat overcome their bitter feelings as I BoVHPr I of tile head and Is highly recommended f lt? +
L
hown by frequent' trading journeys of !Mr. Bowser didn't reply. He was for slorple HnoNn. Personally .

She younger Indians to COURt towns of getting things Into ills head, and the we are never doubled with any HeraldWhile 1,1, 1

oth) the east and west parts of Florida lobster red color on the Tm<'-lc of his of these cotnplHiuts and therefore still ,
neck was a warning Hint should< have look upon tills Btriiiiffo voluble! as ,
'n l
they bring game, Including venison t
1 :'
been heeded. something to ItVol< .-Vegetarian.Itlncltle .
Jorrnpln, feathers, skins, and gophers; fI ":\Ir, Juiwlnga( : : will now spell n few
r which they get clothing, cheap .
words teacher
\ said the as he nodded
[latches, beads, and cloth.: Sr e + his head at a cot'k eyed mnn. "Mr.! Jugglngs why Wore the Plulil.ProfesHor in Florida, and Keep In-

I Efforts are being made to teach the couldn't spell 'cat' a month ago, Hliickk/ ) freijuoiitly stayed formed
emlnoles useful arts, and in this the but we will now se<> how well he can at Dr. Donald !MacloiMl's house In Glasgow on Home and Foreign Affairs

{gents have succeeded to a certain ex- do. Spell 'Bowser,' It you plpnso." Ono night. wild, the doctor, we .

nt. The women now ,ew on machines, "Bo-w-s-e-r Bowser," announced Mr. were HItting up together. Blncklo:! mild ----- .
Ind Jugging, with a good deal of pvlile. In his brusque way, "Whatever other
are to conventional
beginning
use $
looking "C'orrept.\ You may now spell theWOl' faults/ I lime, I am free from vanity."
utensils* while the men are All Incredulous
smile face
'foamy. oil my;
Laming the of farm tools "i irxMtorrn FVEMT: UINIITB HE WAS t
use
ordinary roused bins
"" "You don't believe that. 7
GOING TO ASK ]UU\ FOB OO.L1 V1C1UAIB." "Io-Il-m-y! foamy i r.
But they oppose all effort to teach them "Couldn't be ,better. Now spell the live! mo 4i\u\ Instance."" Itclng thus
English, or to Instruct them
f hrlntlan religion The religion: of the but ho la doing everything be,can for "B-e-e-r,, beer.'" floutIshlnK a pliild continually?"

<'mlnolei has never been known to the his fellow men. He la entitled to praise "Right na a trivet, and, yen can' sit "I'll give you tho history of that sir. I

hites All that Is known I Is that thereat from every cue."" down. What do you think of It. Mr. Whou I was n poor man und when my (Incorporutefl) '
$ "I wotildn't have thought It," Bald Bowser?" wife and I hud our difficulties, she, one }
Spirit lives above the clouds in
I Mrs Bowser us she held back a grin."I "I think yon and your gang and your duy drew my attention to tho threadbare s
Is happy hunting and that the
Ml grounds, expected every minute he was goingto philanthropy ought to be kU-k<'d downstairs character of my surtout and asked
uplrlt roams the world to the uiulohg liNk for cold victuals and to order '
me to give I" was the vigorous; icply. me a new one I told' her I
of all peoples. bla name an Hanlnp Mchermerhorn."" "'\'hn U" shouted the five as they could not nd'oid It Just then, when she iY 1I

j The green corn dunce of July is theta "No more of that, woman!1" sternly sprang to their feet. wont, like n noble woman, and put her I It'k

thanksgiving Day, and they have'a l>nlllime replied Mr. BowHer. "Mr. TheopoluaIJurrliigtou "It la evident that I was brought own plaId fli.iwl on my shoulders, and Breakfast
closely resembling our National White's looks may not have hire to be worked for n good thing," I have worn a plaid ever since In memory : Luncheon : Dinnerat
i me pleased ;you, but you can't abuse him sold Mr. Bowser, "but you have madea of her loving deed.!"

[The Seminole, as he exists In Florida' In,. my presence. If you were doing mistake. If you fant any of the $
>duy, Is by far the hes't In ono hundredth, part of the good for humanity foamy, buy it tor yourselves, As for 9l l specimen that he Is should be proud of you Mr. Tbeopolus Durrlneton White, Au interesting Instance of color mimIcry -
-
cry respect of eis! race extant, the best you." I hnve uo hesitation In pronouncing In spldcra has been observed In
,
I
yslcally, ,morally mentally and social- "And what may he be doing, please?" you" the south of franco. The spiders of )1 ,

Mr. Dowser walked up and down and But didn't that .re"lon wh.m,, In "nnwnh n'. n."v. .
It come out. With one ac- ----- --- --- ----- -"
Special Orders
.. Received
growled u hide in for Parties ?i
--- -- to himself and glared at the coral toe enemy moveu on air. HUWBUI'a the convolvulus flowers. It I#:
cut until indignation bad somewhat works, lIe defended them bravely, but him been noticed that a white variety of three
Man Lake Worth Named For, cooled and then replied: what Is one man to live when the five of sp'der'! frequented the white bowers.A or more. 1, I It

J General William.'. Jenkins Worth, f for "tie has opened a night school for are thirsting for cool lager Just off the giconinh colored variety made the i (

|hom Lake Worth was named was horn men down bore about two blocks and ice? The one went down to rise again gioen llowets! his homo nnd a pink one r r t
t
hi teaching the Illiterate to write, read prod principally In tho pink flowers. t
I Hudson, N, Y. and be bounced downstair and to be
March He $
diluted from 1st, 1794 and spell. lIe Is devoting three hours chased home nt the top of his speed. Tho colors of taw) three varieties were OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY
West Point, and entered every evening to this noble work and He reached and unlocked his door ten at flist supposed to be permanent, butIt

ftlve service In 1813.: be assured\ me today that ha was meetIng feet ahead of the nearest pursuer. Mrs.. IIIIH recently been discovered that the 6oa on ot 1900 '
After' gallant work elsewhere, he was with great success" a Bowser was still up and reading a color of any one of. these spiders

hlgned to 'the conurmnd 'Ini, Florida, 1 In "Who pays the expenses?" book," She rose and come down the changes wltlilu a few dujs if the insect .

f,>y 1841, Five yearn had, then, passed They are met by voluntary contrlbu- ball to find a man who had been rolled. be placed In tho convolvulus of a -.,)

ce the mascara of Major Dade, and Uons." over and over In the dirt. Jle. looked different colored flower from that whichhe --- --
|H1 the Indians were In possession of f "Ob. I Heel And how much was your dejected and forlorn, There was s bad bus been using as his homo. Four
county. After voluntary contribution break In hla stiff hat, and the., collar splileivs-pink:, whIte, green and yellow FAY '
the
thorouhly studying situaii "By thunder, madam, but that tone of bill overcoat hung by a threud. There In color-wcie nil put In a box together, SHOLES,

Sign, General and planning his turn tad attitude lire enough to drive a man wall blood on bla left ear and dust on and within three days all were white.
Worth' captured the enre to drink! that's the matter that you his chin. u

band of the 'Concoochee" In July, cuu't give folks a fair show? Mr. "Well, I see you found the philan The Girt Ho Left nelilnd. f..++,
|inhering nearly :ana,' and they wet re White has not asked me for single thropist's night school?" she observed.But There In a public library In Baltimore !- Rn ryOr J

West from Tampa by water penny He came to Invite" me to be Sir: Bowser passed her and, wont that bus H regulation by which
In the autumn General Worth organ- the guest this evening, and I shall be. upstalis without a word. He didn't any member wonting a particular book Fay- TYD II IIl

jfd loge force and prepared ,to pene-" there."" even say anything about divorce. An 'which Is not "In" can by paying a
j ,
by boat
Bowser. "If had said so upon the book's coming In tho librarian II.y
I by land After bloodshed 3d Mrs. JWlI in bed and asleep, and there was a big
hefty much and In the first place there would hove been tear on his cheek. Ho hud met the scuds him u notification. '
a party of 334 Indian were sent no words about !It. You will probably foamy and been laid low. In Oils connection un attache/ of the S l

j Arkansas In February 1843, and ,In find something to Interest you for an :M. QUAD., library tell of,an amusing Incident. A'
rU'! : %
one hundred more followed. .,In hour or two. It you are satlstted that member desired a copy of u novel entitled l Wrircr

J'Bu' .t, 18451 General Worth published U's a good thing ot course you will illi, Uecord. "The Girl He Left Behind Him."

{ order declaringhoHtllitlen ceased,and make a contribution.* The book not being In, he made- the ..y
f aside certain !land South of Pease I Mr Bowser didn't say whether he customary, deposit and In duo course
eele< for the temporary of would or not, but after sulking around received notification.! This the memo Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market
few occupation for a quarter of an hour he made readyto b4>!r'8 wife rCl'elvt.od-to her Mat-m at I
!
the U.remalnfnglndiana S. The,Senate /go and, departed. It was easy to find flr t-for It rod as follow! : Lightest Shift, Lightest' Running.; The Champion Speed Writers of the World
emission| conferred uponshlni' the the place where Mr. Theopolus Darrl9g- "Mr. Blank 14 Informed that "Hie Girl use it. More PaX-.Sbole! navel In Penaacola than soy other tingle mats
ot .
breTet brigadier-general; ton White had! set up his night school He Left Behind Him' Is now In tho library t
P consideration gallnnlf ,.and highly for the betterment of Illiterate mental.It : and will\ be kept for him till See it Before Buying.
,,,
["ngiil.hed service el,.; commander of It wan( In a room over a saloon.It Friday morning next"-Success Maga
eel hv the war furnished with four tabLes, six sine,
against Florida' Indiana I was R. C. DAVIS State
little and four pupils.The Agent( ,
more blackboard .
than II he solved the chairs, a ,
T blem which had C cost year the Government pupils were men of middle, age, K Bfn.cl... OHAS. B. KENDALL Local Agent w''
f ray "140,000,000.wve and not one of them knew enough to Many muscles are located at a considerable At the Tropical Sun, ,
WEST
lIp bla name toa: thousand dollar distance front the point where PALM BEACH FLAG5S5SB& y

check Before each pupil was An empty their fordo Is to be exerted ,and are _
orders at Pott r'" Flat Iron peer: mug. and the mnell. still lingering COllntCtlitu the point of operation, (,

IIdlnll for Battle J anollne and pro..ed'tbat the,mugw had been full ot I by slender strings or temlous., This lit a .

cases delivery. i' j,0tl: no distant date. provision of nature solely for eonven- '
f Mr, Bowwsr'was welcomed with effu Miss t'en You see. I'd want to get a lenc'O. If all the; muscles whose power Mulgoba Mangoes. "''
sion., He was Introduced by the philanthropist line on the! habits of tb** man who was la concentrated In the baud and foot '

idol as a man who had the Interests going to rule ay heart.Mr. .. were IOtatelllthe]\ hands or feet these Lar Collection. of Crotons in the. United States. :'*1w.,. Phyllan "
Oyspops a Cure of his fellow men at heart and never nuler 'VeIl.. I'm proud to say members would assume ao Inordinate I I 't.huI.et-c. ''AH pot grown. Full Line of Citrus ,

DIGests what yob eat. missed an opportunity encouraging that I've always kept stral .-.N.T/ size and weight! and become more trou.1wme grown on High Spruce Pine Land,. Address Stock ,
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.the, downtrodden and unfortunate, and York World. ." :; than.uaef ul. 'to
JOHN
B. BEACH. '' '
''vn ? West Palm Beach Fla, l) I

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clear aw crystal. "Come on In girls, ,

'' EASILY SATISFIED. the water Is great" was beard, and' Due (1C'ttAWRD

I every one seemed to accept the Invitation -
urn
\, I; as hundreds were in. TUXEDO

: It Is nice to BOO the automobiles going -

I I'r across the long bridge from Palm .

,I. ; Beach to West Palm Beach en. routeto Classified advertisements in this col

: 11 Miami. This new sport has. certainly umn at one cent per word for each in .
; 1 r : __ grown here and is bound to sertion. Count the words and send the There are -
fVV
1 p cash along with the) order. ,
be popular.

_ ,} Ii." ,' L There is some sort of an entertain- FOUND.-Gold Locket. Finder can be woccasions). -, I

''I ,\, ment booked for every night of 1 the had by calling at Hotel Palms. ', :
:I coming week at Hotel Palm Beach, so i
i
>1 L11f% the people here have plenty of vaude- TO RENT .
,
!
J", .' fi ville, etc. to entertain them after they week.A when you ;
FURNISHED ROOMS, 12.50 per
have tired of out door sports during '
- -, -7-4t 1 1I the day. Last night's dance in the hotel l large fine room, fitted for light i
I housekeeping cheap. At D. Watts, hardly
,
; la by
I"I I rotunda was participated > at can :; ;

f ); ; r least twenty-five or thirty couples and the jeweler.

i iI they all. seemed to enjoy themselves.The MONEY TO LOAN.
( 1' I (llO\\ ikI circle dance was the feature of do without
:,\ \. I YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT
the evening, as being very popular at IF
'I you want to improve and need moneyto
I his hotel Magnolia In St. Augustine. do it with apply to Oeo. G. CUI rie,
When
Weal Palm Belich.LANDSCAPE. one.

"f
J. P. IMace\ of Lake Helen, line been; OARDENINO.
"
awarded the $100 prize for the best this condi-
box of oranges that was offered by BENJAMIN COOK, LANDSCAPE
Gardener Care of fruit and flowers a ,
the ,Painter Fertilizer Co. of Jack-
specialty. Best references. Have beenin .
sonville. This makes two years charge of W J Allen place for six tion confronts
II straight that this .prize has gone to years. Would like the care of a nice
jI. j// place anywhere on Lake Worth. Address
: Volusla County orange growers, for
q Palm Beach.
I B Cook, Box 158.West
last year it was awarded to W. B. you. rememberANTHONY

Hart, of Hawks Park. FOR. SALE.
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.r.- HOUSE BOAT, YACHT"ByiLD AND
1P4A niltmore Cream, Broadwell & Moore. finish.\ 97 over all, 20 ft. beam, 2 ft. 6
draft. Twin screws, pas engines electric
I. lighted. Complete in every detail. Nowin
FOR SALE-! '. commission at Miami.
Fred Barker le hard to'pleaeet""Ns.
"Don't you think very
R. M. Munroe
Cottage of seven rooms and bath;
well satisfied with himself.
H. seems very {ictf Cocoanut Grove, Fla
1: -- -- -- -----. open fireplace;; lathed and plastered
throughout; corner lot lOOslSO. M. Batteries and Complete Launch Sup

-- c Sousebalre:: P. O. Box 248, West Palm plies, at Fowler Bros. & King's.

a paragraphs of Palm Beach J Beach, Fla. Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros. & ,

,1 King's.'

Interest Hotel Notes Gas engine repairing and !lethe workat
iL Goca.l -- Huffstettlers. 1 Jt'tf'A Remy Maguetos, $15 oo. Best made,
_
at Fowler Bros. & King's.
---- Hotel Palm Beach guests seem to ,

J Muyler'8 candies, Broadwell StMooie. greatly enjoy watching the hundredsof Hard Lot D. H. HLLEN

Capt. Geo. B. Baker made a business ducks which dally assemble around of trouble! to contend with, spring; from Launch for Sale

trip to Miami the first of the the hotel dock on Lake Worth to be a torpid liver and blockaded bowels I Twenty-five foot, oak finish, canopy .
week. feel by the guests who go out every unless you awaken them to thll'lr' proper top, in fine order. Six-horsepower Fay Real Estate Agency
action with Dr King's New Life Pills
Note the new advertisement of morning with bread, etc., and these the pleaaantest and most effective lure; & Boweu engine, that always goes
wild ducks come around and almost ,. Very cheap. I -
for
Branntng Bros. In to-day's", Tropical Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and
eat out of their hands. They seem to snit tone up the; jystem age at J. J. Ryman, Palm Beach. City, Surburban
.
Sun.
know that they are safe from the hun all druggists. .
Tate Springs ;mineral water Broad dreds of hunters in the mile limit In OTICE.To Country Property for

well & Moore. front of the hotels. This law recently Buffalo gas engines in stock at Huff. s

Miss Edith Newcomb, of Riviera, brought about through the Instru- blettlers jar
visit all whom it may concern : Sale.and Rent
.
has returned from a pleasant mentality of Mr. Frederick Robert Is .
Notice ia that
at Batteries and motorboat supplies of all hereby given application
Sligh, [
with her friend, Miss Agnes I appreciated more and more by the will be made to his Honor Minor S
inds at HuffntetUers
Miami. oottagers and visitors at Palm Beach, jjtf Jones, Circuit Judge of the Seventh Ju -- ------- -
diclal Circuit of Florida
on February
1 Mrs. S. G. Van Landlngham has returned as the bird life has Increased won igtli, 1906, for Letters Patent for a Fraternal .
j to her home in Miami, after a derfully since this law went Into ef Order or Corporation flamed

visit with her daughter, Mrs. B. B. fect. If similar laws were made, excluding AUGUST STOCKER, "TUB BROTHERHOOD OF MAN," FOR SALE
r.
the proposed charter for which 4s
now
fishing with nets in this
I, Pyles, Datura Street. sec the on file in the office of the Circuit Court West Palm Beach School Lot and Buildingideally
tion, there would undoubtedly be
Leave your orders at The Tropical Clerk at Miami, Florida,.the object of
Sun office for all kinds of engravedand hundred more tourists coming here which will be the promoting of the located for hotel prt.party. buildings! comparatively new.
r monogram stationery and yisitlngcards. than do now for the fishing. It used Firstclass Custom ShoemakerWell spirit of brotherhood and Iraternity Lot 150 feet nq nitre. .At earner of Clematis avenue and Poin etta

to be that one would simply have to amongst the member, theMuauraqce of street. Ternjuon npplicatlon./
their lives, the care of their sick, the
i There will be no eleven o'clock go across from one shore of Lake known in Geneve, Switzerland; burial of their dead, provision for the

morning service at Holy Trinity ;Epis- Worth to the other and catch threeor Paris, France, and Chicago U. S. A., care or their families after fieir decease,

copal Church tomorrow. Other services four fish enroute, but since fish- baa opened. uew and up.to.datesbop for end to help In the building and maklai

during the day will be as usual. Ing with nets has been allowed, one first-class work, on Clematis avenue' of care homes to partake for such in tbia of privilege.the members as The Finistere Fruit i"III'm.lwutnWl'tlt uf t town. u-miUfull.y nitun-

!Mrs. Harry L. Brown\ and little son, has to go a mile or two before they West Palm Beach Fla. Signed this January 13th, 1906. ted on a peninsula surrounded) by the clwir waters of the Everglades -

of St. Augustine, who have been visiting I get a bite, or fishing Is good. Feet Fine hand-turnedSboes and Deforme Attorney for Geo. G. Currie, with} orntipvH/ pirlltll'pll'; ) and otbpp tropical l fruits laabnndaiue
a specialty IncorporptorsEarly :
relatives here for the past two Among the arrivals at Hotel Palm \ ; fishing mid hnnting tienrr offered". ) for unle chettp.

weeks, expert to return to their home Beach to-day were N. L. Sparks and -- Dt.'rt'a'. ':'. Risers
wife, Brooklyn, Jas. Thomson, Chi-
i to-morrow or Monday. The famous little pill.
f Mr. and ,Mrs H .M. Flagler and the cago, Fred W. Black, Chicago; David West: Palm Beach. Florida
1. members of their house party left Peoples, Philadelphia; E. Locket, New Lake Worth ProduceCOMPANY I I

I Thursday for ,Miami, from which Jersey; S. Peoples, Philadelphia; Dr. d
'I to Westto S. Lervln, 'Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. C. J-.
i place Mr. Flagler wont Key
: Inspect the construction work, the 1'. Dill Greenville, S. C.; Mr. and FRUIT AND COMMISSION .
Mrs. H. A. Ley, Springfield, Mass -
f remainder of the party waiting In ; MERCHANTSFruit .... ,_._ -
flat -- -- "" """ '
Mls C. B. Kingsley, -
r Miami until his return.A Springfield, -T'--

l handsome new concrete pavement Miias. and Produce, Poultry and
The perfect summer-like weather The Amerieus FertilizersVtgetable
<:
has been placed In front of the Jefferson Palm Beach Is having and has had Eggs Our SpecialtiesThe D ,
I property on the north side of
all season continues to Induce
everyone
.. ," Clematis Avenue, running from the '
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s
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to be out of doors and doing and I "
store of Anthony Brothers to the Finest Oranges and Tan Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree
among the many attractions which ..
t eastern boundary of the property. The this place affords. The windows of gerines. "", ;l', and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been
lowered, which is .... / '
has also been .
grade the houses in this locality seldom /'dJ- successfully used on Florida soils for many
i decided Improvement. r7- -
a close night or day If one wants out / .. __ years' For any information fall on or ad-
} Workmen commenced yesterday of door life'this is the place to get It. A large shipment of Choice dress
There Is
morning taking up the oM rock pave- The, reports of a terrific series of money In It.
Nonesuch
ment in front of the store room occupied I Apples EvcT t'de'posltor has an Interest the \ f
storms in February; and March predicted welfare of whatever B. M. POTTER
Clematis bank they do bud
Helm
by Helm & ,
in the north
evidently is having -

Avenue. The walk will be replaced Its effect and hundreds are comingto ness have. .with.If "there It's is natural in they It" for should the FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla
money .
with a neat concrete pavement, which this section to be at a spot where ,Several! Cases of Extra Nice ,
/ bank, .. ,__ _.______ __
will be a great Improvement and one the storms and cold seldom visit. Fresh Eggs. -.11I. -
t, which will be appreciated by Clematis "There Is money In it"for -. ____ _.
Palm Beach, which is really -- -- I : -
on an the bank's patrons.II. It's money far
Avenue pedestrtaans. Island, Is often several -
degrees warmer if Interest.
you we pay you It's money :
Mr. Gilbert S. Wright and daughter than the
opposite mainland shoreof
for
again favorable
on loan
yon
any
Nice
Fat Hens yow
Large and
Miss Jessie, of Indlanaoplls, Ind., Lake Worth. The warm waters of Plump get. Take It "..n in all," "there I I. '

are Interested sightseers in West Palm Lake Worth tempers the air as It I Chickens money in it" for anyone who banks, West; Palm BeachTown
t Beach. Mr. Wright Is prominent In travels across. withu

business circles and his daughter is Palm Beach chariots, or ,bicycle I We pry 4 per cent on savings account

equally prominent In social circles. wheel chairs, are peculiar, to this resort -' Lake Worth Produce Comp'y compounded quarterly. '

They are at home at Minaret Cottage and patronized by everyone and Lots,
'
l CLEMATIS AVENUE DADE COUNTY STATE BANK,
y and are enjoying their visit to this are a novelty which seems to catch

I 'l part, of Florida to the fullest extent. the public even more than an auto. A v West Palm Beach, Florida.

"*The first regular meeting of the City more Convenient and comfortable vehicle -I t m ___
Choice Residence Lotsfrom
It would be hard
to find
A, Council will be held next Tuesday anywhere GEORGE BAKER'S
f. evening, when there will be considerable :' TRANSFER
business of a more or less Important The ride down the jungle to the WEST PALM "

nature transacted. It li very pineapple farms, orange, and grapefruit BEACH $200

ti probable that the ordinance granting groves, coral gardens, and other Bus Trips to :up,

i a telephone franchise to Dr. Liddy and places of beauty, is takeu by nearly Wand Lal\tana one-third cash balance by semi-annual

others will be up for Its! final readIng every one before they leave this resort
J ; and It is also likely that the matter Among those out t!):day were Baggage De rays :Installments, on reasonable time, according

ii of Installing' additional electric Mr. C. Henbert Lewis and wife Rockford !. Wagons Boynton to price of lot.

lights on the streets will be taken up Ill.; Mr, and Mr. W, -A.' Miller .. Meet
b L1. i for consideration. Mr, Oeo. N. Scott and wife; Marrtetta, For plats Boll full Information Apply ti;

I Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. X G. Boggg, Mr. Y''.," All WALLACE' R MOSES

r When buying your souvenirs don't McDowell, Mm. A.'' B. Maust. St Augustine. ''Trains points ,

forget the Old Soldier, who has the > ... Agent Florida) Eattt Coast U.tilwav (Land' Department.
largest and most attractive Block In
The ocean registered SPECIAL ATTENTION '' ''
70
degrees today TO COMMERCIAL MEN West'
1.lm Boach Florida.
,I town. Palms Block. tf and was a beautiful blue I r .
and as fnCCK 8AM..1t. ROOM' .

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