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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 24, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"Saltair" is Relieved of Jewels State Democratic Committee in


flidway to be a Feature this Year, and Poultry Department Valued at Near j4ooo. No Session in Jacksonville '

City ,Council Tacked on too Many Frills ana Projectors
;will Attract Many. Exhibits? Clue as to Robber. This Afternoon.

1 1Consldel'able Have Quit in Disgust. Too Many
Should be Ready March
3. "Saltair," one of the handsome 'cot Interest attaches to the Voices Around Council Board.

tages owned by the Jefferson estate, meeting of the fetate Democratic Executive

was burglarized between the hours of Committee be held in Jacksonville --
l From Mrs. Wallace R. finest blooded pigeons ,
in midnight
ever seen Thursday and five o'c1oclcyelilt.erday 'j "
year acting in the capacity of Florida Saturday February 24, says Too many\ fingers sometimes spoil a I aider for one moment the constructionof
[ Mr. Kettler's exhibit l Is sure morning and valuable Jew the Times-Union.
jianagor the I pie; and It seems now that too many the line
of
Woman's Department to attract a great deal of attention and els, valued at near $$1,000 were taken. The meeting has been called by lion.
mouths around the council board have It has been apparent for many weeks
f tile Dade County it is learned
Fair It is learned that ,
a number of others :Particulars of the robbery have been D. U Fletcher, chairman of the committee ,
spoiled the prospect of a telephone system that there was trouble brewing in the
ftmt the ladles of this
and
city vicinity from,
this end of the county will'inalt \ hard to get owing to the fact that for 10 o'clock Saturday mornIng -
Ire for West Palm Beach. council chamber. There are seven
responding quite liberally to her .
probability furnish some attractiveexhlblts'tor there la a disposition on the part of the and will be held in the law offices
As was stated in :The Tropical'Sunthe members of the board, elected by the
quests to furnish exhibits for the
ap- this department.A police to keep the matter quiet but ,
of Mr. Fletcher, on the second floor of
city council at its last
Iroachlng fair which 19 to commenceMarch .! meeting fin people. This number constitute*! the
NEW FEATURE there have been many rumors to 'the the Fletcher Block, No. 21 Wefct Adams
ally passed an ordinance granting a legislative body of the city White it
5 and( last one weekIrs.: :: The >Mluml Metropolis of yesterday effect that the guilty la
party
under Street franchise for a telephone system to Dr.J. Is true the mayor has, in some mean-

Buses now thinks that there will bo tells of still another new feature to be arrest, the Jewels recovered. In part, As this Is the first meeting of the E! Llddy and his associates, but the I j 1'1I'e' to do with Ihe council his' dealings

( creditable display from this end of added this year as follows: etc. ,., committee for nearly a year It will no ordinance Is unsatisfactory to the pro with that body Bhould COITIQ In

a county and! feels in every way Not only will the annual Dade 'Saltair" is occupied this moters o fthe enterprise and under its th; shape of written communications
season by doubt be well attended. There arc
iilte encouraged. ; County Fair of Itself be as good if not conditions no move will be made to install and ha has no more right to make suggestions
[She has Mr. and Mrs. Dyett and !\II'. and Mrs. fifty-eight members of the committee,
appointed as her assistant better this season than heretofore, but the system. to the board or In anywaytake
Martllng the latter a sister of ,
1Ire.Dyett'
jjiss Kathryn Lamping a well known there will be other features connected I of one from each county In the State and l lthl.1tren Dr. Llddy was seen yesterday by a part la their meetings than any
New York
City. With the
(I popular young lady of this city. with and under the auspices of the fair I ; from the,State at large, Her representative of The Tropical Sun to private citizen without the unanimous
party IB :Mian Flolil l a frlr* .* of
iSi Lamping Is not without experl- association that hare never prevailed above named ladles., the bert L. Podd of Lake City is secretary whom he said that he would accept no I conuent of the' board

:e i along this line having; been conwlth or been allowed before, and which are of the: committee, and Clarke such conditions and would pot think At the last meeting of the board
Thursday evening all of the
ctod the management of this sure to please and delight all. members Knight, of Tampa Is treasurer. of undertaking the work. under such when the telephone ordinance passed
of the house
feimrtment last season and her ex- "It has been announced already that party It seems, went The principal object of the meeting terms. Its final reading/ tha disgusting spec
)to: the Royal Polnctana to. tileVaHhlngton's
Irlonce will this- year' enable:, bar to a baby show and a poultry exhibit \ attend."'. called by Chairman Fletcher is to fix And here thematter rests, and will tacle of a private citizen taking part
ball
Birthday
and 1i.(1not
|ve even more satisfactory service. would be added to the fair. These two return until he dates and provide for the holding] rest until the council sees fit to run in the proceedings, making suggestions
near midnight. The
Jrs, tMoses requests The Tropical Sun features alone should be sufficient to of a Democratic primary election. Its own business and pass'a reasonable and generally looking after the' Inter
ladles
tlielr
i state that all those whk expect to I Increase interest in the fair, but for their return wore the Jewels Jewelry and upon 'Rules for the primaries are to be fixed ordinance ( ests of "the dear people" was wit
were carelessly
Irnlsh( exhibits to have the., ame dUf several days past Mr. Blackman has left their and considerable detail work attended One of the principal objections to the'! nessed. Had this private citizen's suggestions
on dressing tables. Soon all
rel at the office of: Mr, W. R. Mos\a\ been figuring on another attraction of the Inmate.* of the house were rapt to. ordinance adopted by the council is been carried out to the letter

next Saturday, March: 3rd, and anj- 'l\ll
llng sent in later than this date will has been in a position-. announce five Two years ago the first primary was bia associates to put up a cash bond of would in all probablblllty been 'even
Q'c1<1flc yesterday morning. An
pt be guaranteed entrance positively that this would be held. examination of Iressers held (May 10, and the second primary $300:; guaranteeing that the system more objectionable than they now
revealed
the
It is hoped that the ladles of the "The Midway Is said to be one of the was held June 10. It is generally believed shall be Installed limiting time etc. ntand. '
the ,
fact that sometime during the
[ty will bear this, fact In mind,.and ben finest now on the road. It was in Jack early morning hours the. .house had that 8PPI'oxlmlltely'the same This Dr. Llddy objects to for the reason -< There are seven members of the

ompt preparing their exhibits and sonville during the holding of the recent been visited dates' will be decided upon this year. that he thinks If his company fails board, and it does seem thatit would
by burglars,, and Jewels,
warding the same-'to (IMr"", Moses, Industrial and Pure Food Exhibition l- valued as something llfte $4,000, had The majority of people who have expressed to perform Us agreement In-getting the not be ''necessary for the eighth ''or

1 was told l "*rhe"TroPlcal Sun rojntly and attracted much attention. It been carried away.The' most an opinion on the subject appear line in operation within the time ninth to be called into constitution'In' In

Mrs. '}to ell' will have personal consists of a number of small l shows part of thewhole proceeding mysterious il i( to favor an early primary andytt named, It should be called upon to order that the interests of the city

jjperrislon of all of the articles placed museums living curiosities, etc., that the fact that only a portion of the Is possible that tho committee will decide forfeit nothing more than Its fran might be looked after. If the telephone

j her care, and will guarantee their are always attractive and Inviting Jewels were stolen Five handsome upon.even earlier da> than those chise. There are many other objection matter i III' delayed .further, or finally

(fa return, to the owners. "The 'Midwaywill'be; \ placed on the diamond rings and other' valuable j mentioned. able features to the ordinance accordIng put out of business such proceedings
Jqw-
|AU plan? are rapidly Tnaturlns for ,' baseball grounds as there are too many elry had been' taken] but a ;handsome Two years ago, the meeting, of the I to pro Uddy's statements and altogether us those of the last meeting may be.

o i holding of the fair; and the preml1 shows permit the mln'the streets nt diamond 'necltlace State Committee was held January )22, he says that he will not ccn-;: considered responsible for It.
a, solid gold! ,coin ,
1 list Is now in the hands ,of. .the this time of the year. The best of order and resolutions were adopted at;, that
purse with a valuable watch and. In
,
i'Mcr' Mr. Oeo. o. Currie ex-Mayor will be maintained and nothing time fixing the dates for the primaries,
fact other
West Palm Beach, Is-..; among 'tbewral >objectlonable were it attempted, allowed Jewels many, remained very Just costly where stones they were and This gave, a campaign: of over three News Notes Bishop Gray

contribution to the enterprise This feature should add greatly months between the committee's. meet
laid few hours before
a by the ladies
vlng forwarded )his check for $25 to to the popularity of the fair and Its when they were preparing 'to retire. ing and the date of the first primary. From Boynton Next Saturday ..

Placed In tha fund for -'premiums', attendance oe there, are hundreds of This almost The long campaign was a great dragon '
proves conclusively that --
f e of the most interesting and her well elsewhere who the candidates and put them toconsiderable
people as as ,
attraej the work was1 that of'an amateur, as a Boynton, Feb. 23.-Pineapple grow Episcopalians and In fact all church
p exhibits of the fair will come trot will go around such-displays .aa the expense and annoyance
Is' professional burglar, woul'd likely have ei's are very much1/ encouraged over the people are looking .forward with'a
end of the county..and. will come 'iMJrtway' who could not be ''pulled out that could. have been avoided( by a
taken everything of any.'alue, In sigh. ] A great deal of pleasure to the annual
tile pineapple prospects. very large per
poultry department. Mr Karl to anything Instructive or of a natural shorter campaign. The shorter, the
,
["tier, jr>, will, haV, .a ..Cage oC I: .the. or scientific nature.Mr. around After the daylight premises a was careful made search and! better appears to be the sentiment cent are blooming and if the rain does visit Bishop of of Rt.South: Rev.Florida Wm. to Crane Holy Gray Trinity ,

this year except among the "work not affect them there will be a very
the footprints of >a man', l>arefooted.were Church of this city and the Church
-- ers-, who like long campaigns so that large crop shipped from Boynton this
Boat vVliddleby saw tha steamer Just before discovered' Ini' .different -places. To, they can-bleed the candidates. season. of ,Bethesda-by-the-Sea, of the East .
erry andLaunch
all 'appearances the thief climbed one Side. During' his visit here it la understood
she struck and! reversed his engines the entered CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.: Frank Webber was a guest of friends
of veranda and
the
posts
that a class will be confirmed
'Collide but they: did not respond and a bedrooms through windows from the In addition 'to fixing a date for the in town Sunday. at each of the churches.As .

moment later the .crash came. Tbo porch roof. primaries, the State committee will Capt. C. W. Pierce is transacting was announced In Wednesday's

onslderlng the large number of owner -of the launch takes all the The police were at once notified and appoint a campaign committee to look business In Miami the past few daya.x.i I Issue of The Tropical Sun the Bishop

ats blame for the himself after all the details of the Fishing is very poor here for this
that plough Ihe wafers of Lake occurrence: upon detectives were put to work on the primaries. v will reach here on Saturday March

ortll at this but it was one of those unfortunate accidents case and. while there have'been' many It Is customary for the campaign com time ot-year. 3rd, and will visit Bethesda on Sunday

season: thvyear. It.I.1 1"oldoBl I.ry I. that will occur occasionally in mittee to look after all the details of Judge and ''Mrs. Carey of Detroit
conflicting reports aa to ;what progress the 4th, at 11 a. m., and Holy Trln- "
that a collision has to'teIed' spite of all precautions. was made I it 4s not believed that there the primaries, It is customary for the (Mich.' have returned to their home after ity at 7.30 p. m. '

< but the exception occurred 'Pilot James Dukes was ftt (he. wheel has as yet been obtained any tangible campaign committee to- have charge of a delightful stay. of several week On Saturday evening, the' :lrd, the

Iy Wednesday evening. when the on the Palm Beach and as soon as the clue of to the Identity of the4>urglar. preparing and publishing the call for ,at the Boynton. .1 Ladles' Guild of Holy Trinity 'wlll 'gtve

T steamer Palm.Bea<:h Wall making collision occurred a' line was thrown The. police are very quiet ,over the I the primaries .filling in the list of of- II tanager A. E. Parker, of the Boyn- a reception at the rectory;' from 7.30
;
riD' to th East Side and out 'to the 'men on 'the Kernwood, matter and nothing can be learned fines to be voted for and. to do all in was in Miami on business last to'' 9 o'clock.] In honor of the Bishop,

Pleasure crashed iato which was rapidly filling: with water;. from them. The chief detective from things necessary to be done in con week, and all parsons will ba welcomed most

launch Kernwood. of An effort was made to tow the Kern the Hotel Royal.Polnclana l IS. at worlc nection 'with the rlmatle",. Mrs. W. Haney of. Jaclesonv'lIIe. lecrad cordially to this reception;' This function

ledge. sinking the .launch'::1 wood to the East Side pier before she but he seems as much baffled as any The campaign committee usually ( hero Sunday to a large audience. in honor of the distinguished visitor '

MeWanl occurred 'near thVwiili 'went\ down, but the launch sank Just one. Itja learned, that as. soonas.. .the agrees .upon. )ho: amount of the assessment Hev subject" walt' "Tbe Child In Our I' will be In no sense denominational,

of the lake and by the before the latter was reached, the men"who police were notified of the robbery the of: candidates for each state office Midst Mrs Haney yis a forceful but members and friends of all congregations

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to hoist its iigfita.! coming ashore'by lifeboats. The Kern from the found House of Representatives. of the entire audience. '
te 111 tracJ.ts >'n" the yard at The Bishop's itinerary will be as follows
the
afternoon. the :"K.rawooAagro wood i la a 'pra 'tlcally new'" boat being "Saltair" and\\\I( > la ila d .that; tho anl- After the State Committee has Issued 'Craig Llttlftjohn of tha Lantaoa : > '

nd near 'Whlt hall, and af- a forty foot cabin launch and la valued mat scented the tracks to the, lake> Its pall, Ihe county committee Prairie was greeting fronds!> here Sun: Jupiter St. Martin's Church. Thursday

"owe difficulty.she:>as'*tten 'ott; at $3JOOOH: ;She was' raised Just before front, where It Is probable that whoever will meet and agree upon the details day.. He"reports crops growing nicely March 1st, 9.30 a. m.Defray ', "
eQ ke and brought to the old committed embarked foe the county campaign assessment but nearly flooded ''with water.
Thursday the
noon deed
was headed up the lake. In- I In (March ind, 9 aj ni: and 4 '
this side of the Jake, of candidates etc. Dr. Newton, of Detroit, Mich., accompanied
boat
ding to pasa ferry landing ott I a and made a safe dlstancn.by s. \ West' Palm Beach and. Palm Beach
through
*Ip, Mr the, draw: and iwjll'be ,put,:'on; the' ways and rebuilt water.. ., by hts two sons are again Saturday and Sunday, at hours given
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** the C. .IS.' Mlddleb"ythe owner as soon a* possible. A large hold", At any Tata the 'whole matter> in- FOR ALIJ!: guests of Boynton. .' above,'

wheel'J, *hen> the crash came wan 'cut In the side of the bull near the shrouded;. In mystery and the, police 1 dwI.I"! i. Tower: Pump and Tank ,

?.tructed !Mr. Sherwood; 'anothltl "; 'an4 'several other minor l injuries seem to be as much at sea as any one. In 'lair])" good condition will be sold at Tate Soring mineral water Broad' JUST' RECEIVED, "

mauh aboard. to put up the resulted from the collision. Late yesterday "afWrnoon It wailearned" ,a ,great'}sacrifice.: Tower &0'feet: highland well & Moore. j 'A neV supply 'of'lettuce, > 'plant
gg ,
JUlt.
fol'1llo hi. .the!latter tarted: t ,Th...ipilm >Beach suffered no serious that the owners of the jewels capacity tank'' 10,000' 'gallons, I I !tomato' and orange crates.' ;JAlso bwaabaaketa (.

uk. the task the ferry ateamr injury and the ferry service> .was. ..uninterrupted I baa 'ottered'! arewftrd. o( '|J50; tor' the Applyi o1..-a Estate, Hartford tires No.,ff fj oo'tacb, at [ "..rid' pineapple'crate' "*! "EastCoMt -

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THE TROPICAL SUN. Low" Rates toFlorida Interesting Facts f This la the Justly Celebrated I
,
Pioneer Paper of Dada County Florida THE
,__ _--_.._. ___..-,_-u-__--,-_-_".--- _.... --. ? Points About Florida ACME HARROW

Published Every Wednesday sail Saturday -- --- --.- Every up-to-dutf Wirier. ..b<>uld 11"8 one, Wenru agent tot'
''IT WIST PALM. ". BSAOH,DAne. COUNTY FLORIDA' O d Co
of of
--... -. According to the plans officials Florida's acreage Is 37,931,520. SIRKINCOMPANY
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will Florida has an area of 69,268 Size G. One-Horse Cultivator.
BOBHCIUI'TION\ I'llICK. ,:a.OO PElt YEA It. Southern railroads, a movement square _

-, -- ---- be Inaugurated in the near future by miles. 1

fropical Sun Publishing which the South and Southeast will Florida has 1,050,688 acres of land
Comp'y,
.. In cultivation.
Its fJiare of homeseelcers who .
secure
CHAS. B. KENDALL!:, Manfcgor.
are leaving the North and Northeast, Florida produces a greater variety of Dressers to MenWe

( Entered lit the PoHiufficd of Went H".... l:>.oaeltOR finding homes In a warmer and more, fruit, vegetables and farm crops, than
leconclaM nutter.Governor's any other) State in the Union.,'

--.. advantageous climate. Florida's average death rate per ) "
s A large number of homeseelcers .have thousand Is only 10.89. are'prepared to fit you lo a

been migrating to the Southw'esternStates
Florida Is the best hunting and fishing -

Drainage Scheme and railroad! representatives of State 'east of the Mississippi river. SUITOR
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this section intend to ask the enforce- seacoast
; Florida has a greater extent of \

4 1 The True Democrat, of Tallahassee, ment of rates from the Northern States than .any other State. .

speaking of the scheme of Governor to the South and Southeast by which Florida has forty-five railroads, including -

_ t Broward to drain.the Everglades says: many emigrants can find homes in this the branc band lumber roads. TROUSERSto

section.So ,Florida is the only State 1n' the
The persistent efforts of the True suit occasions
1( interested have the officials be-. Union producing sponges; harvest proftPDt
I Democrat to "true Inward ..
uncover
the ut.Populur Prices
; t come that they propose to hold a worth half a million dollars a year.

\ ness" of the Internal Improvement meeting of all of the railroads of the Florida Is less subject
!i, l'j' t' Fund operations during ,recent years country in Chicago the latter part of temperature than .any other State In We have other sizes. Write UH for circular! prices

j'(' Is bearing foilt. The board of trustees February, when plans can be discussed: the Union.

f f, has just'made public a statement by which rates can be secured for Florida leads all other States as a HTSNeglige Hatchett-DaGamara. Hardware Co
j i ij,\ bringing the homb seekers to tho South
purporting to give In detail the particulars resort for tourists and health seekers. Soft Hats. Beach
Shape
West Palm Florida
f of Its transactions for the and Southeast.The ,
Florida has \
a of
greater variety trees
{ year 1905. Heretofore it has contented movement was enthusiastically than any other State in the Union. .."__, '_'''_' 'D'L_______'_'' -T"" _.....
II Itself with the publication, every two discussed at the midwinter conferenceof

years, of a so-called report briefly abstracting the Southeastern Passenger Association JTlortda produces cotton, corn, sugarcane You are at a Ions: /sometimes ---- --------.:
; tobacco,.rice, pineapples,
oranges
at Tampa last week when It waa
". Its proceedings for the period to know what to buy. You lOOOOO
t.., grapefruit, guavas, peaches plums, Q-
decided to ask the railroads of the
of two years, and conveying but know, however, that you
t North and Northeast to put in force lemons, pocana limes, figs, ,grapes, to- IIUlt.IIAJU' west Palm Beech,
Feb IT
an Imperfect Idea of what it really has 'ant the )latt'8t'.1.L.We"Lavtl. ; tce9No (|
11 matoes-In fact varied ,
a assortment of
done. The present statement is very reduced rateB to this section of the 'them. 8
crops and fruits, many of which can- :
country. While definite date has
different, but It Is confined chiefly to no not be Matter WhatPRICE
successfully grown farther north
the subject of the drainage of the been decided upon for holding the I I
in '''hot
I, Everglades, and therefore conveys the meeting, it ia thought that the con- except houses. )'oullave beeu paying for your Coffee, much or little,just II

impression, that its purpose Is simplyto ference between the representativeswill Floridafalso produces kaolin which Q try one pound opour ,,
White and Colored CanvasSHOES
(Is produced superior to other
Justify, the operatloons of the board take place February 27th. any ', ,
with reference to that particular There has been a great advent of the known. It Is so abundant that it would 25 Cent Coffee

t scheme. homeseekera to' the Southwest, breaking pay to manufacture it into ornamental.

Our space forbids an extended and all previous records. Over 10,000 bricks.Florida for Men, Women and Children If you are a judge of good 'tffee, as well" as fond of good coffer, '

W exhaustive review of the statement, but settlers passed through Kansas City produces phosphate and this blend of ours at :25 ceuts a pound will surprise and delight you
we desire to call attention to the fact on Wednesday of last'week, and the aluminum and gypsum that will run '. t.

E that, according to its figures, $43.445.05 dally average during. the week was almost 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Also ,.eThe .

of the total of $$09,585 disbursements as great. a. superior quality of white cement, Sirkin ,
Comp'yJellVrson
of the fund which it reports, baa been With the splendid advantages which well adapted for ornamental tile brick.

spent for "drainage operations" In the the South possesses, there Is no reason Florida abounds Immense deposits mock L. W. BURKHARDT..
of phosphate rock.Twenty FINEST GROCERIES
Everglades Of course, 1brther expenditures why settlers should not be Induced -
S therefore have been for* to come South.-Atlanta Jour- I West Palm Beach Florida N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed,

forbidden< by the Injunctions issued nal.. Year Battle. )) tSTIt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.N. .

4 from the United States Court at the "I was a loser In a 'twenty year battle B.' -Tbe ho's did not want us to tell about tbis coffee,
suit of the Southern States Land and with chronic n..slnd malignant dorrs. ,
Tax Assessor's Notice until 1 tried Bueklrn'H They say we are selling enough now to make their arms ache a
Timber Company and others, and the turned the tide hy Arnica curing Salvewhich both,; FOWLER BROS. & KING E griuding of it,
mention of this fact In the County tax assessor, George O. Butler till
statement not a trace 'e mains," writes A. M. '
... bears all the earmarks of a'piteous has issued the following notice to Bruce of "m-mville, Va. Beat for old 10:0-0-0-<>00mmmmmm"rmm"rmm

complaint and protest, as if the ex the tax payers of Dade County relative Ulcers Cuts, Burns and Wounds :astf MACHINE SHOP
to the of real at all druggist!).
assessing
press purpose of the statement waa to county '
argue the merits of the injunctioncases and personal taxes for the ensuing GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL r ',rnrmnmrmmnrmmmlll
in the public prints. year, and giving the dates on wh ch Bilttnore{ Cream, Broad well &,,:Moore. KINDS of LA 1 HE and SHAPER WORK

_p 6 I I Another A REMARKABLE. remarkable feature FEATURE I of the he will for visit the purpose certain places of receiving and localIties said- ITCH-RINGWORM.E. GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES I Tle F l iecel pharmacy

statement consists of the fact that no assessments: T. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes\ ,

where does it make any mention of the March 1.-Silver Palm. April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I FOR SALE -

existence: of the act of the Legislature March 2.-Cutler. had been afflicted with a malady Solicits YOUR Trade.

of 1903 affecting (March 3.-Perrine. known as the 'itch.' The itching I Near :=: .'
so vitally the status was Ferry Landing, Lake Front, -
and disposition of the moneys and March Cocoanut Grove. most unbearable; I had' tried for -

lands of the funds, ""nor does it Inform (March fy,-Lemon City. years to find relief,, having tried all I WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDACUPID 5 We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate

the public whaE steps, if any,/ he board March 7.-Little River. remedies I could, hear of, besides' a I I 0
r has taken to comply with the terms of (March 8.-Arch Creek number doctors. I wish to state' that == Prices, put up by a Eegistered

that law. An abstract of the provisions (March 9.-Fulford. one single application of DallaM'a Pharmacistsc :
(March 'Hallandale.. '
Snow
of this act follows: Liniment cured me completelyand ,,

_ Section 1, provides that "all moneysnow March 12.-Danla. permanently. Since then I have :-:= I

in the Internal ImprovementFund March March 14.13.-Fort-Pompano.Lauderdale. used the for liniment on two separate occasions r Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream i

after the payment of all legal ring worm and It curedompletely. ::= :,. '
March( 16.Deerfield.Marchl7 .
obligations," shall be deposited in the 25c, BOc and $1.00. "
State treasury and placed to the credit to 19Delray. Sold by A. Oi Riegel. E A. a.Qrnduate ,RIEGEL,
(March 20.
-Boyton.
of the several counties of the State "for E
,
I (March 21.-'Boyton, New York College of Pharmecf71UIIUlI1l1UItIU1U11a11111l1UUll
the purpose of constructing hard road A beautifully t nifibetl new :2 h. p two-
j in said counties." (March!March22 to 24.-West Palm Beach, cycle engine, throttle-shilling spark,,dry / ./ / mmmmmmmnH 1
20.-Neptune.
Section 2 provides that the proceed (March 27.-Hobe Sound. base, water jacketed Price $100, APutter's .
of all sales of "swamps and Flatiron Building, West ram
overflowed -
IMarch, 29. to 30.-Stuart. Beach. V y..., F. .BELDEN CO
lands made subsequent to the March 31 to April 'tlami. ...... ,
I passage of the act shall be deposltl'liinlike
A : manner for the same The following personal notice is attached J. E. Ilardwlck, the well knowb IS fl

A Section 3 defines the manner purpose. in 1 to the announcement: grocer, west of the railroad tracks, is Florist and Souvenir i Dealer r
"The law reQuires every property displaying a fine line of granite kitchen I
which the funds .
so assigned to the USAof .
owner, or legal representative of the ware. Read his I i DAPPER DRIVER
: the counties/ shall be transmitted to owner, to return all property, real and advertisement' elsewhere "...leased the old llllllur Store In. the Zaif|" Bloolc, and will open UI'| with flnellM'''j

and disbursed by their officials. personal, on blanks furnished for the I Andbandlsstherriosinsmart' lash! Christmas Goods, Postal Cards and Souvenir SpOOl'

j DOUBTFUL OF SUCCESS. purpose by the assessor (these blanks CR----, ion. It's his dnliirht to bound our '- I I
We desire to be distinctly understood will be sent oy mall to all applicants, Begins with the symptoms of a com- delivery wnjroii along New Yeer'ntnnt aa noon n8 they can get their. goods> In place.

i, as not in any manner aligning who fall to meet the assessor, on receipt mon cold; there Is chilliness, sneezing -: > to distribute our Valuable Presents Given Away Next WeekS

a the True Democrat in uncompromising of postage stamp) between the sore throat, hot akin, quick pulse, Earth '
Choicest Groceries
opposition to first hoarseness and Impeded on S ,, \ al.e"them. t
_ Gov. Broward's Everglade day of January and the first day respiration. ,

drainage scheme. It Is InJuad a of April, of each year. If such per- Give frequent)/ small doses of Ballard's to. tliont oho buy l them: Low ey's Candies in Box and Bulk l t,

+' grand and extraordinary conception son, or their agents,'fall to return Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry I I Li>n\t HII, .ogiler slat WP will hitve, I

almost equal In ;magnitude and grandeur their property for assessment, as re- for It) and at the first sign of a croupy ,I him rpillllt'/it yunr door In nn hour

to the Panama Canal or '11'. H. H. quired by law, the assessor is com- cough apply frequently Ballard's Snow I tnilflive' your piirh: "HI ooo ..s..e..ee.e..eo..e ee a$ 3 1

Flagler's railroad to Key West But manded to assess it as 'unknown.' Liniment to the throat. I I I P. S PI-IWH: are n prmde lower iio: : : : P

we certainly regard it as of douhttul "It Is not the legal duty of the assessor Mrs. A. fillet, New Castle, Colo., 'FABER BROS. J. E. toARDWieK.1Groceries .

po'Blblllty with the means at hand to examine the records of the writes, March 19, 1902: "I think Bal .

or in prospect for Its accomplishment;; county for the purpose of 'ascertaining -, lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful i Market and GroctrvmanWFST C

i evr' if the project of using all of the the ownership of real estate in or- remedy, and so pleasant to take." PALM PEACH, FLORIDA : and Family Produce

Internal Improvement Fund money; der that he may assess the propertyto Sold by A., Q. Riegel. --- ---- ----...- e i _At Living Pric s. '
anti the drainage taxes authorized by its legal owner, but It Is the duty I'tr

the art of,, 1905 could be carried! out.' of every property owner if possible, B M. Potter, agent for Mnpe, Arfierlcua Pleasure Boat "Tattler', : Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of .

i And ao far M the moneys of the fund to meet the assessor at the appointed Anflour a, Wilson & Tootner'a I I
are concerned, the act of 1903 forbids place and time, or, at his office in the Painters, and, g.mllln..lmported, Peruvian" '' FOJ:; :Wire: i EXTRA FINE GRANITE> 'I KITCHEN WARM I
t4 euano. Fiat Iron Bilildn]", g Thin trim IU'1. Duxilti'ir Inl
court house In < taetts i for hire by .
such Miami
I ut-e' thereof, while the question of and return his the week .
I moiiiu" e bliitu1tiit+ bin l roro ntahr I InInI
I Est the (',otiHtltutlonality of the drainage property. This, I t respectfully urge all Putter R... P' ')- ovcih oie.l. Purpuntehlcrshulu.r| : Clematis Avenue Just .Went. of Railr ,L
at the Flat Iron BuiUiug.car-it .
p ; tax la yet to be decided by the courts property owners to do. If the prop- rli H a full lint of fitibiUK lui" kle mid auimunition O.qtltruhut'en,ocsiy r'S ................................................ (
The many millions of dollars involved erty owners to do. If the property =- 7D II

in the cost of the scheme must be pro- owners will co-operate with me th* ., ""t ...-
duced from some other sources if at all. roll can be made correctly In' every Burkhardt bun. something. lo sny about Fatronlza' home Industries, Strahan' u RoetoR 0 KOs0a10ROah7R: .0"0 It 0 litl,7AOAOi.0..018 0 M 0 ill'I i" 1.
Steam Laundry la still
particular. I K *oli') in another column that will' In- running Ito I
Busiest house in town. Even a band erc..ttin 'u. Ren4 ir. Send Us ;your work. tf, Vo G. G.
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Strohm ,
rf Fort Pierce Canal. played to keep the crowd moving, atIdner's Company
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t The engineers of the, Florida East I utlahiu lufui in B, or.)'|Im.'IK' wahtnone .. ......., ,,.., '
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huubudndle.uf W ahu
t Coast railway, who recently made a'' .lu.', ,, ''epvirynur| WHlcliuihaliick HuiiHi, chut. Ion I I 1 o
resurvey of the Fort Pierce canal have ARE YOU RESTLESS AT N1QHT Jllw..lry-tl1 III your nye wall alvutalea.n| r FHMILY GRefeRlE 804t
v)"Ktllnr** And to soil >oli Hii>'('lmttf you
made their report of tho work and fur and harrasscd by a bad cough? Use nun .mini..** In my lluu. I urn nut a -wlnturvMUM. .o' 4tt
I lull '
iiHiiliMncnt
n' itiaitlunl* tt prowi I
nished the railroad company with, art Ballard'a' Horehound Syrup, it will secure | 't> uu HIM tn Italic Cun od |I'Jtti'fncily r..- ?

i proflle of the work that will be necessary you sound sleep' and elteet'prompt a ilMiimtlili*t tiiinvHi.1 fur.with Hiit ore bu.l"Hni.......liu)ou.. and muv.jewelry Mare' I Fancy: xFood Products ,
1 and radical in used of .ntjuirliiK, limy t littMmt (C..
| hy
to make cure. rutfiaittrml -
the canal u
a complete ......,. '
tiiniljH I will r
.flX'| ukbiiiiuo end rift rt, ,; 2 I g *
,I success Sold by A. O. Rlegel. ,fx ore t """.t. ,i.l > rumen inuil-If thu prittw im not + r ', r.'
mllr-Ciu. l *,M. MIII CHII" m duI the Kmxhl l..- y '' 0 Grain and Provisions. '
The engineers report that the caaal tin''''',I. Million! nliHiiro.. I Imre bud twun- ( l x ,, I "
t\' vi ui,, ctjMirloiiee' watt IKIRIU of tits liuHt 1
will have to deepened flve feet commencing beyond, and should make the canal a hob, ?, 'tn \rw >ark, ant' Ilitltlmore. .-..uiv Act

i at a point at the western limIts complete success. L I :'0.u-. in?;' 'le i n'unlit HNiliiiinkvr: LiN.liirk!:, and:HivlllB Oiainlnii,:. for 1, JEFFERSON ,BLOCK The

of tho town and extending out for, Work will commence In a few weeks .'I.I ,t; KM., *!* ;ouiciik-to;: 'IKI Miitllck'nb mauv' a '
.HIP* Finn t uuloiBinnd, my buclueae' and litPAQ11
10,000 feet or nearly; two miles. This and pushed, to completion at once.- 'I IMIwiiHrniTtioiiIn! every 0''''. ..- roIL itS West Palm
Beach; Florida
,k1 increased depth will extend, through Fort Pierce News.LenawSply ---1 i..
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the ridge l land and into the, flat country Fort Pierce, Tribune: :J .. rrntrattolao s0
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"" BEACJlt IDA. SATURDAY. ,
FEBRUARY 2i, 190C rty.
PAlL. i i1"hgre'
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nch'6n1i o !: \ j r, ,(,tEVJY\IJlng: \ !In the printing line at
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f I.t' ?lacIIt'J lli Wt1" '7lt.e'1't 'CJ4Jal/ Sun. and all work' executed .,orvm ,, '

In the very neatest and latest I
!; to 3W1 t iiJ, tBJd or .,12 style of the artDoWItt's f fter 1 1S
.Ii); 'W.i\sr kilts Lon! .f1 ":U J BoPt'atPreacTiw '! .
days ago," slllll an : I j" r tr
/ tslailliMc\ ,, ffMw at Al. dJ9.Jo S
11/ ttC. nutpinobUlst,_ "w 11"111.lmutl..nit iif f p. DI ;!
,'uthU8hIJ Sa'b'1i \ d oftt r!' 'I I\YI 1, 2K.V! Salvo J 1

:weptlvr''oug\ svJi .' >>1)1- !maotaatd; Children'Batt For Piles urn.. Sores. eff, '' I ; '
,'nine Vou) w4tlitl 't tiudffataiM'WatIt Ple's'! rS'' p.,Ip"Ij1JJ1 Young Pro f > I
'J Q tQ olX()"QI., pQIm,; Sanday'\'letY'ue..tli.at, 7 p. m., every 5eaSOlable) SprinNext < Iawrjs yrl
It Tlllll"ult I ( l Ifiutter; td mufca',the-uoeeu.' NOTICE,, | )

Bars itIJtlatLI ?Ute: wlw,tile tool :;J,1131(\ Prayer service every, Wednesday eve In County Judge's Court, Probate Jurlndlcton ...-i $ ,

repair kit. so I chat"b\l\lt forboljKViose ning/ at 7. Dada\ County, State of Florida.In l

by was al| prosperous looking Rev. S, S. Gibbon, pastor the 'Matter of the Estate of PatienceP. # : :.i4

toruiuousc, IIn,1, 811 I Joolced toward It Ward, Deceased.
himself came around tileorlll'r
HID farmer Methodist Episcopal. Notice Is hereby given that on the
and
of the house noticing my
Services second lay of July, A. D. 1906, I shall
curiosity led him to tilepnce Sunday at 1 II
lilltfiii, bK| a. in., and 7:19: I
stood and p. m. Sabbath present my accounts for final settlement '.
where ho "' grinned! at school
( at'9:45 a. m.Geo

I ma", 'Good morning,' I said politely. League L. Branainqstperlntendenl service at 3 p. m., Mrs.EpwortU O. G executrix and of apply the Estate for my and discharge of the Last a1 Week, Wale! They Last 40.inch Me Lawns

Con you lend me a monkey wrench Strohm, president. Will and Testament of Patience P. ,

"lit' dlilu't sewn to understand me, Prayer meeting! <{ every Wednesday, Ward, deceased, to the County Judge ley JP E y l
I iviK-ntecl" the question\: ciilliiiij to evening ; ; 'I
BO at Miami Dade y't
at 7:15: County, Florda. 15 cents and 20 cents '
him quite| loudly mid plainly) 'Have VICTORIA :-
Rev ADELAIDE ,ROOT
henry Ilice ,
got a monkey wrench] pastor G '
,
you Executrix of the Last Will' and Testa- i .
Ills face was blank for an Instant.' +t
Congregadenal ment ot Patience P. Ward deceased.H. '"" '''' ''
Then, 8S the apparent purport of my '' ""- t
question trickled slowly 'Into his brain, Services will be held Sunday at ft H. PIERRE BRANNING,

his features assumed a look of dlHgnst, m, and 7:15: p. m.. Sunday ch. ol .ut 10 Attorney for We have
auil. turning on his heel, he growled' I a. m. Y.. P. S C E. at 6:30 p. m. ExecutrixAn some neat The better quality A better Lawn than

over his sliouldorNo : '' Praver meeting every Wednesday< and desirable patof Lawns the above
eveoing that
that is all
we
1 ain't got no monkey ranch; 1 at 7:15.: Outing Lake Worth,

iota hen ranch! "New York Globe. Rev. F \Weailierwas, pastor. Now ia your opportunity, visit pointsof terns in Cheap Lawns have just received you could wish for

*-_ Interest along LRKP Worth Take a In
Hume 8.... Ad rice.Ituusell Bethel Sago hits a horror of law- \ A
suits. A clerk of Mr. Sage's said the East Side. where.Famous Sea Gardens the Inlet, or else gain. Agood strong for the all the new designs .n} '. I '
Special.low
oilier dny: "1 sought out the chief one Service every Sunday alit n. m. Holy rates until February price. and the popular

mvtiilutf In his ottloe. 'You remember, Communion first Sunday of each month. rat, on the launch Rosalind, A. D. Mer. Lawn for 5 and 6 .
y sir,' 1 mild, 'my complaint ugnlust my Steamboat Palm Bench leaves i chant, master. $ cts Only 10 cents ones too, at 12 l-2c ?' ., ;'

wife's uuclo Hotel Royal Poluclana dock at 10:30: I! -

"'Yes,' 'he answered calllnj at Palm Beach Hotel returning $ ""' "" ""' '''''''''''' '''''''''''''''
'"Well, said I, 'the man Is obdurate, immediately after the service. For SaleA
and I tlilnk of bringing! suit against
fjs Brosiua spring mot"sewing ma-
blur What do you advise{ Si.ddny school end Bible class at 3 P.
M. chine. Original cost wan t75 ; will sell
.
silent
Mi Kngi' was a moment,
fiowulntr thoughtfully. Then he HIII l
.. 'Listen. When I was clerk In TroyI Charles Temple, Vicar. I
BRJ\NNING\
had a case against a man that seamed HEALTH. BROS. ,.' r lit

quite as good( as yours. I visiteda Holy Trinity, Episcopal. I Means the ability to do a good day's

prominent lawyer and I laid the work, without; undue fatigue and to lrt
whole matter before him In detail. Early celebration of Holy Communion find life worth living. You cannot i ; i

When I was through he told rue thut every Sunday 7 o'clock, and on first have Indigestion or constipation U >IES' OUtFittERS n ,
be would bo delighted to take the case Sunday in month at II o'clock.
.-that It was a case that couldn't lose.' Services I without Its upsetting the liver and k kI kr' kw ;i
Sunday at WEST
every II and PALM
"'It can't lose}' said 1. 7:30: p. ism.Jupiter. a. m. I polluting the blood. Such,a condition ,$ BEACH FLA .
"'It can't lose,' ho repeated. may be best and quickest relieved by

"''1 rode and took up my hat 1 St. Martin's Church, 9-308.111.: : Herblne, the best liver regulator. that I 1
and at the school house In West j r
thanked! the lawyer and told him thatI Jupiter the world has ever known. )
3 I m. on the second In ,
p. Sunday each
wouldn't bring suit, after all. And i :Mrs. D. W. Smith writes, April 8, g. J 1

then I explained that It was my oppo- month 1902: "1 use Herblne, and find It the
nent's aide find not my own which I Delrav, St. Paul's Church, evening best medicino for .
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constipation and - --- --
bud laid before him.: "New York Trlbuno. prayer> and sermon every Friday nightat regulating the liver I ever used." BOc. 't 1 lr Ilyr,, it ',

7 o'clock. Sold by A. O. Riegel. If you want anytt ring! In the sporting I' Broad 1 1 & Moore''
Priest
The Da?'* Work. in charge, Dwight Cameron. I I Finest fashionable souvenirs of all /goods line call and see our assortment. we

f "When 1 was starting In business' In B. M Potter, Flat Iron Building.
kinds and r
prices, at Idner's,
Clot'eland," said John D. Itockefeller, Chrlslan Science Druggists

"I lind a bright little office! boy, whom I First Church of Christ, Scientist, Went - --- --- _..- --
d trlt.'d to keep utiiy, as a boy? ought to be. Palm Bench, Fla., up stairs in Masonic !i Jefferson Block WEST PALM EACIIHuyler's y!
"One hot jest 4 elm Beach 1 ):lntor J/otals
August afternoon as I was Temple west of Bank, on Clematis ave _
starting out to colliH-t a bill I Bald to I
the little chap, 'Well, I suppose: tho nue. Sunday services at lijcoa:: m.; Sun- l>leos ntlv; located on the lake front Candies rt ,,1
da 'school at 10:00 a,m testimonial The Holland
> : ; or
bookkeeper has told you wlmt to do this pomm'indinir: n-fine. view. of Lake Biltmore
afternoon experience meetings every Wednesday] North anti tbe Uovul 1'oineiana Cream ;'

''Yessir,, piped the youngster. 'I'm et. 7:30: p. m. I West Palm Beach Tate Springs Mineral Water
to rake him up jes' as soon as I see A Christian Science; reading room ball i
IOU "omin"' back.VomAn's Home I Every convenience and comfort,
been opened in the simebuililing! where atl I t
Companion. { L. D. Lockwood Proprietor modern prices. m-llIall orders promptly filled.IsnS.oto.oiaoi.eS.nyo.ntenyny.
all Christian Science literature will be I .

kept for sale and for the use of visitors. I I Fronting the Lake I
No Question of It.
Open daily exrpt Sunday from 3 to 5 in r .... ice V '
tbe afternoon I J..1 a 1 e w Opposite Hotel Royal Polnclana oltOrt01t01tOk01t01t0atOK0at01toKOtt n n o o.o o o o o o o 0"1 + '' '

All are cordially I \I' ailed to attend these and Whitehall J KVatoato.LuRURuRuKUStOROltOROaI '
St
services, and visit the reading room. I Olive street betwuo"the Bridge an 1 Catholic church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold ( V::>> OO 4 4

Baths. $1 per day, special! rates by week. MRS J. C. LAUTHER.; Prop. I ono3 00 I '
I xm Q ..u
Leave orders at Potter's Flat ron 00 '

Building: for Uattfe asollne and NOW OPBNAWmt.rRe.ortthat I fc-3 XX 00 } ,

? kerosene delivery. 'J OU wrhe E a f"t m a. n XX 1' a'a'D
25o I I ooXX I' ,
I will Please you. 1 an) flfterpurpiture f 00

Only 83 \ ears Old. Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements. tea: ,

"i am only 82 years old and don't WM. D. VAN'T WOUD, Box 127, West Palm Beach, Fla. KoOf ot ooXX ", t ri
pect even when I get to be real old e.o'' -- -- -- --- 00 4'' N rry;,.
("ellhat way as long as I can jet( Rl:I A Select Boardlnit-Mouse'ol XX 00XX
tric limiters," says Mrs E. II Brunrao, fT\\ I na t d.o. hl>rh Urder KOof -Your Trade ;

of Dublu. Ga, Surely' there's nothingelse rQ cora "I) Located on Olive St., near WOOf 00X ? T
keens tinr.ld as young and makes the Lake Front 00 ,,1

the weak us! strung ea tins Brand tonic. l-leotrlc Llllbt. hot and oolil baths, an mediciiKD, pepsia torpid liver, Inflamed ,the. beet. Rat .4)8 to )SlOe w....k. (Jon..po..n-iiuliottefl I P' 00xm. I L !,
kidneys or chronic constipation I THRU" U'ltANK DARLING, Froprletrou : ,' co
are. unknown after taking Electric Bit Ito. ..
tens' a reasohable time. Guaranteed by Datura nad Iron Bed Ito
and i
, all druggists.! Price 500. T h e Northern Streets C.II Spring,
o.
Customer_ But are you sure they Rooms ox with Ito t '''M't, 1 'P
,' won't shrink? A Tragic Finish.A only. ,
'I
Dealer-My dear, I wears them my. watchman's neglect permitted leak Hot and cold bath, toilet.electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Located a'oa ALL. MOSS MATTRESS
elf near Lake Worth. Quiet, pleasant place For address
particulars o
every day it which
rains] In the !great North Sea dyke, a
child's finger could have stopped, to become -I THE: NORTHERN Only $.875 011 a;

l Blocked. a ruinous break.devastating an en- OPEN NOVEMBER 10 Ito
Kadley_Why didn't Introduce Lire province of Holland. In like man. '' 011 Ito o ,
Ita
you The Palms 1 ;
me to that stunning Mlsa Pechea when ner Kenneth Mclver. Vanceboro, Me. 5*, New Four-Story Ad. ow Ito 1
Km were with her permitted a little cold to go unnoticed | Now Being Built. Ito. 0" ,
rewayj? on the avenue yes. until a tragic finish was only averted by Ko Nice 3Ux: 60 Rugs Ito Q
Didn't A home .
you see me speak to you lIe writes I Inrifo' likehotelweli-appolntedandbeautifully loontnd giving the cnintnrm without .
"I Dr. King' New Discovery. the coat of the flora extensive "Mtuntmi. Lake wlrth 011
passed? oura on oppoHlt time Royal'
.. Three doctors gave me up to lte of 1'ulncluna. Hotel.. White wHln".."..... electric hulls good" l Hiihlnir. buntline and l hoMllnn. i Only $1.40 0"
Kantlor-Yes, but bilge Peches saw long Inflammation, canted by a neglected Hates : IJ: CO and Jl! par dayep'elal rates by the wrek TUB PALM, W...t P Belch. .' i } ,, -
0 It
you! and( Poke to first PhlladelI New Discovery | : rc, ;
mo
i cold ; but Dr. King' 011 iog i--
I Phla Press. saved my life" Guaranteed best cough OPEN Ito ', ,

and cold:, cure, at all druggists. 500 and Seagle! House 011 ox W V''

1 Dick-Yes Exeltlnsr.: : f r. oo. Trial bottle free. : Itliq go Singer Sewing Machines k''l' ',1'c.. '
It Is never too cold for No. I I '
Cupid!. I proposed "A HOME AWAY FROfl o '
on an Ice yacht once. HOME For Sale or Rent 011
fcva-.lndeedl! And did the proposal Improved Train ServiceThe Centrally located und near Late Worth. Cool airy room bent table service. o' o ,;

10 through T Atlantic Coast Line and Its Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month I Oo Ito 'rf +
Dlek-.Yell I/o/ 011
and so did the Ice. De F. V. SEAQLE -
troltTribune connections are now operating solid Proprietor ..0ili z '-I-


>rot.o.o..Superior Camtll.. People.Int1 1 Atlanta through via trains waycross from ,Jacksonville Tlfton and Macon to- Brriggs Cottage; OPEN J. B. MeGINLEY II/ 4'v, 11 : tox r

Flammarlon says theta :
? of Mar are millions of years with through coaches to Nashville Home
advance Of the people 1 of the earth In and, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Clematis Aveuue
oR
"wilwtual development Cars' Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking. No consumptives Taken Ita Opposite School ;r'
Louis and Chicago.
They St.
u very to Evernla Street, Near Lake Worth 0,11 Ito i;
rth7 .uperlol'' people 1" Mars; West Palm Beach, Florida
Jacksonville via Atlantis 0 II
AetOfOmen there.oan't be any doubt Trains leaving I MRS H, E.: BRIGGS, Proprietress ox Ito t
.Iere and when they study the Coast Line dally at 900 p. m. -- Ito 011

t1T"'lltokebl." proof of I and arrive Tlfton 1.25 a. m., Macon 011 Ito 0" -
culture that Jan ox
whenever that plan.r.' about. Atlanta 7.50! 'a. m., Chat OPENS o0
Th 4.40 a. m., The
ough widely' they've traveled, Virginia I I UECEHBER FIRST ltotaoltoSeo7aoStol.o9to7ao7toSto7roko okoatoKoROKokokottor okoatgOkOtoat0ltoatottoatoktoatoelOktottok.
Eiuh savant III tanooga 1.15 p. m., Nashville 6.55 p. m. ............. .. gr the b Ight lITavol.d 7.08 1905 "' .."' ..,.. .m.............",...0D.
brainy people of Mar Evansville 1.25 a. m., St. Louis

Ire lucky for 1" that we're. "tationect a. m., and Chicago 9.30 a. m. Centrally Located Hot and Cold Batha Electric Lights Throughout
W.
down his here Good connections\ are made at Jack- Large, :11 : ::
''eet second rata planet to drell. Florida points, thus the week, or mouth. Carrlagelruc| In conncctloo; with house to i.lrr.a':: .
*tour Door'are the peopl. ot Mori. I fear, senvllla from all and most convenient MRS. A L. HAUGH, Proprietress. :::'i '; !': ;O---
attainment the quickest { :
-nel they'd .nicker affording ; Undertakers
t.eh: Martian'Jeer service from this territory to NOW OPEN .. '. and
From a thorough paced swelL. 's.'I"1Itr 1.
t
Mar.. The !
treet '
There with a .cort. the West. KeystoneAn r ._ 1'2K-" + r'''
embalmersWEST
4trlnt nothing.Iroleht at puah u. Of?. For further Information see Ticket Center of Town -- -...-'.. -.....- ::: ....J.I..
all where we. t.IL -
r "Consult! the Purple Folder.
know or
Agent
lots of people too .ood tal" thl. Ideal family Motel. Good home cooking: and well-ventilated sleeping rooms. Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA
\\'Ju.t earth. Hot and Cold Bath. and modern Improvements. Rates $a.oo per day, special' rates
Ao:'Ptlne| It -!. .hoald' """J them to Marat Ladles will be Interested in the an- by the week. ,MRS. BENJ. COOK, Prop., West Palm Beach, Florida -
their Vlew< e theIr perlIOnal nouncement that Sirs. L. Constantine, : :
'they'dstet milliner, has Just NOW OPEN CITY MEAT MARKET
a warm welcome/ and life the Clematis Avenue

seer would and skittles be Inlrtb and, .wlft motor oars received a skirts fine pattern lineof hats,shirtwaists and Z SmcttS (!Ottct S Clematis Two: blocks Ave TV;A. PBASTER, Proprietor,

U Oied 8Jt th ;y &'ot wash '
: bf lipUK In under- Poultry Game and
that lot attractive values ; Eggs
very ,
'Deno folic 10 the stars'Chtnto some Large airy rooms. Bath and other eoavenjencea., .Table as good as ,the R'l ,,
wear $6 a week to home..P80ple transient rates 9i Mail Orders Receive c'a..lU Attention\ *
'- 1'1'' ._... ", Rates ;, p.S'd.y. I ,, ;'t, .
.+, ,West Palm Beach., Fia._ i 'v' MRS. C;, P. CfiCt1Y,\as_, ..;**Ji );n 'Block, I,
.- ':JC 1-" .r. f ,! ' ',1, ,, ..,, ;!, .,'-4 ,r
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_ PAGE FOUR THE TROPICAL SUNWEST FALVt BEACH, FLORIDA( SATURDAY, FEBIIOAHY sU.\! 1906
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Arrival andDeparture No Secret About It. PROFESSIONAL VARDS. Geo. S. Hacker & Son I Florida East Coast

It in tio secret, that (lor Cuts, Burns Railway

of Trains Ulcers, Fever Sorer, Sore Eyes/ Boils LAW ,. .. YI
-- - -- -'-" --
etc., nothing U BO effective as Bucklen'a
Arnica Salve. "It didn't take long(: to C 0. CHILMNGWOKTIiATTORNEY Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9 m

cure a bad sore I had and it U all O. K '
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. for sore eyes," writes D. L. Gregory of. AND djtHSfUOR SOUTH.ROUND-READ DOWN.. NORI"-BOUNI., ->..ngtn...,
1V -
Southbound No. 23, Miami and Nassau Hope, Te;. 2SC at all drug tore. Went Palm Ileticli. Pitt.1EO. | 3* No. 99 No. *3 STATIONS ,

I Special, will leave Jacksonville at 8 a. : AI :9N._|_, Dally (-Dally __ -ajy&g&flhUasUDKi '; B.II",

\fl m., reach Went Palm Beach at 5:05: p. m., Fine line of latest style visiting! G. OUKU1IJ -ii-5 tl 00 a Lv..Jaclt.onvtlle imp 740 p i 40' ,
rtt e--p p ... ... ,.. ......80 Jackeonvllla.LY 122 .. .... aliit
cards and latest in letters, at The i ..,.. .,... ,4 28 p 8 28 ;. p. 783
and after crossing the lake to the Bust 06" ....r..8t Aaxurdue..,..... I 20 p e 4o 00o. .
and U a
Side hotels will leave the station here at Tropical Sun. Call and see samples.tinelRinutoCough Attorney Co'unnoUor-at-Ltt.\v 8 80 I' 6 0 40 19 p p 10 111t 81a" ............ ". ......,.,... ........... .. 0 BII p ...., P. 142 '.40 I
WEST FV.LM BEACH, FLORIDA loao'p .LI pit! I JO!a 4li a Lv........ Karl Pnlittka, !. ,.:::::;.Lv: ..!.2p. J 6 68 p JM : 1\\
5:400: m., reaching Miami at 7:25: p. m. I 30 "7 00) U 66 fU< t0 Ar..';...,...,-I'a'lalka ......i. 6 00 p II OIl -WI-"Oil..!i
This train will be composed entirely of Cure TJ I'. UKANNINO M r' 1 !lLI p! BOO p1105 p a 8 SO a Lv......r..rr Palatka"- ....,,,.,,.A! 100-'p 700 p G" & l
: m ..... Zr....."... SI1ii"1RI..o..Ly T5if8W / ---.!
7Ii Ir611 P
..... n1 a.
parlor cars, for which extra seat fare For Coughs, Colds and Croup. Attorutty and Counoellor-dl-Luw/ 1.jJ6p Bob I V6l> a Ly ...,.....Ban' MaleoNoogu, ...........Ar f uuTT9..r !ill 1! JL

will be charged. .....!.!.W....!. TTs .u.' lib, p....,..,.... tv.......-..... .. .........Lv.. p.) T4G s1:!
t p .. ....... .. ............ 4 80 ...t \ .
(Offlun over Jlank.) .,.. .. 19 ........ .. .BunnellaDupont. p .8G'
..... 12
-1 Local mail and express No. 99 will f WEST PALM ,.....,.... 7W 740 p 12 20 p ..: ........ ..,.. .,.,.......... 4. 29 p : 488. : .
BKACU. FLA P
arrive MANUFACTURERS OF .......... .,.,...Ormon Uotgl.*.... 48N p .
leave Jacksonville at 9:30: a. m., ........ 824 p ; .. 4"02" '
.. .
.......
if 12 W .,...... ,, Ormond .i |i 4 28 ,p 8-t1
West Palm Beach at 7:56: p. m. Return- Ii. A. WILSON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL 1160 89 p 8 884 46 P 1 05 ,p. ............Daytonn .....?..-. 862 p 4 18"plTm p 807 I 2i i
log; from the East Side this train will -- ------- Doors, Sash, ..........I'.. 817! p I' lib ." .........PortOrauR 8myrn".v*........ ." x27 841 p ...... 3KU2 ,'Sit\ I
t..New :
MANUKACTtrilBK OK ii c. !tOOU. In. i) 1220 .920... 186 : ..r.M"? qai 1
leave West Palm Beach at 8:31: p. m. and L 1021, a 444 p Ar.r..... L"-fie'fart ....-Lv 1719 I'' t" r -"

reach: Miami at 10:55: Pni.. Boots and Shoes PHYSICI4H AND S'JHOEONOfllLe Blinds, MouldingsAND 1080 fll 1104&1089 a a 466 100 P I' 466 100..1'I'e" .Oranre| ,City/ City Junction..., "" 12!laiioji"slap IJII'! 12 12 Bit 80 I'1.1' jp 1;t"",1 tc' (?1'1IU I'' l,'1

4 Palm Beach and over Potlc-r'a blcyclu' Store, WEST TI p1164 Lv..Now Smyrna.........LTLT ; i
Southbound No. 35 i2u: UOp a PI ,
.
.
.. .......
.
.Oak 11111. 2 44 :
.......... 218 p ck:
PALM BEACII. Ilmlilenue .. 8 60 p .
noar KoynlPolnclaba p \
Miami Express, will leave Jacksonville 9 I2 41 p Ar..79tuevllle.......".., a oft !'59' pi| T, 18. a
,1086
at arrive at West Palm Beach Repairing In All Kinds of Leather Hotel PALM BEACH. liJ1l :! Building Material, j..980 2D_ 11-80--I'; P ....,....... r.............Han Turd\..,..........Lv fI2il a ii"2ii"1 -
4:20 p. m., -" -. '---- ...........as.1190 a' ll'2U'a ............ Lv......,.......HnQfor.............AC ............ .... "r30 "
the Eapt Goods Neatly Done > l> l UTTKlt, M. !>., ""'" r r
from
4to a. m. Returning ... ..ArConns T 8ji }
TUimvlllo
". CHARLESTON, S, C.taar' TI .10 li6fi61; > ll: n I' LY:::::: ..:::::.Lv 1 87 .liVP\148".. \ IH' : .
)h bide this train will leave West Palm ..__.. 11 821 .. ....... ? P i DOUW
1 It P I' r "
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8U8tllIII &ST!: PALM II IS AC)I FI.A .. ........norkludva 1 B4
I Beach station at 5 a. m., reaching Miami Largest Factory South, _'''_ 1122 p 826 .' ..,.}tock lodgo Holuia.... 1 24 p Vis .
.. p
.. .
..... ...... .80 .
Indian Tanned Buckskin DIiNTAL .. ..... 414 .. ...........ERII Uallle........... 12 41 p ... ... 1 is t!
I 7:30 .a. m. No. 35 will carry buffet -- "lpn" for Prlrea.I ............1200.1212 nt 411 .......Melbourne-......... 1282 p....,.. I ;
\. .......,. "8 II 60 a ,..,... 'I'
IU'p
sleepers and day coaches. ?.........12116 a 469 ..
MU.lt. II.MACV, \
Oil.J. N. NKWMAX o' "
j ... 1101
ani Horsehide ShoesFOR ............ .1 40 a 144 .. :::: Su siaro9.,0".. 1066 s al1l0 (
.fore
t No,99 with buffet sleeper, drawing '. WACY & NEWMAN I .."...20....a. 200 a Boo 620 p. .. ........... :XlhbalU: ......?...!-." 102": ....... plow. p67 Pl2if
.
i room car and day coaches, leaves Jack _... .... 22lJ 229.624 a .............. ............ 1U It a., ........ 4H P P '
NOTICE JEneoa............ .. "
....... ..... 4 .8
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82D
sonville at 8:20 p. m., arriving at West TENDER PERT DCHTISJ8 ...... .. 281 246 a. 8811 ............., Stuart ........?.... ".. 10J": ..,.... 9It P P
.ro. ......... Sound ......... U lit) .
Hobo al
Palm Beach at and after its .......... Of '
6:07: a. m. 8 14 7
Olive St Nottb of Illo Office in Jefferson BlockwH9'r a "
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Newxjeffer'.ou 2r.lh ............ a83 s 721 .........\Ve.t Jupiter..... .. .. IIlI" .... tlltp p';
Not Inn Hint .hllllooloo
U .
hiirubji gl\en .. .
(' return from the East Side leaves West PALM BRACH. FLORillAItt. 410 780 Ar.... Went Faint Beach b 60 a toss sit p i'-Ii'
(. Any <>( .lanuiuy. U. Iflon!, npplr to tlio Hon. A', 607 a .1i0. a. 821 680 I' Lv...?... Palm Beach ..._...Lv B 40 110211 0 80s PiON \
11 Palm Beach at 6:27: a. m., reaching .. J. I.: )l of I>ndu (' ,Klurl-' 6\7 881 P I 640 .' .... West Palm Ileach.....AtLv tl18 a 10 00 a 788
K. llclwi-. County Judge "innly Sou a l' I' pipe
627 a ............ .> .. .........Dnynton............ 748 a..... 7q p''
Miami ..... ...... 628 S59 .. ..
8:30: m.NORTHBOUND a
a. ,iicliulniKtrahtt'' of thoCHtiito J'
:, tln, for Ural iliHchiiifra ni .
a ........ Dulrny.... ......... 7 88 I........ .
.
9 Oil .
) S. H. RICHMOND, Agent OcittlstOlllou of John llcmry (Rolli,duciMiHt'il. ..........._........ 1\683 88 a.1000 p.-P ....,.,..... > .....Fort Lauderdale..... .". 6 411\ a...... :: .S P.:-.
TRAINS. ....... ........... 0 43 ...........
i* .. .
.... I>nnla I too p'
or A. I) IlKin.i .. .... alO OD
Dated llila IHth July .._ II 42 ..
\ Filet door Dado day
t west of County Htuio Hallandalo. .. ... .... ..
> ... ..... ..
.... a. :1 t (II p"-
Train No. 78 local mail and express, Perrine Grant Land -CompanyK8TATI5. Hun I I JOHN s. WUEI'1'EIU .........._, 664 7 20 ,a102O,10411 i .'....... *. ........ Loinoo City ........ S80 a ".*... 6 21 |P
'f AdinlmntraUii, of theEulstoof.lounllmlryRoth' "Di 780 .1066 i p.. 7 :2& "r.. ........... Miami..............Lv too I 816 810 p'ii
'Ii with buffet cars and day coaches, leaves WENT PALM JittACll. KI.OIIDA\ Lv i ..........Miami......?. lArAft. ........... 800
.
+, Miami at 6 a. m., arrives at'West Palm U.RAI. abconaed! ._............... 10 800 mi a a ::::::::::: ::::::::::.?. ...... Homestead..... t Lv ............ 117DnBet gg j Dpl! ....
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//7 4 Beach at 8:15 a. m., and after its return CUTLER. FLORIDA ---- -- --- ---- Parlor Cars on trains 28.120.78.7.1. Bullet Bleeping Cars on tralni 85. 09 II,M.t .

r w from the East Side leaves this city at 8:50 I DailY except Sunday. _
CllBlMilLBl'HKT-\VKIiiN; : JACKSONVILLE AND' RT, AmJU TI'
a. m. reaching Jacksonville 317:30: p. in. iTerry' CONDENSED '
k' KILL COUCH 43' N" 'N 'J.rNO' 35i N. 891''Ne( 'f'
Northbound No. 74, Miami arid Nassau me I No. 23' No. 27t No 29f No .J t.llW
SOUTHBOUND. Dally Dallf Dally Dally EK.Mon Es. Man Dauy Oollr I II
Special:: composed exclusively of buffet J. B. AlcQINLEY seat. are bad henna 6oameratl AND CURE THE LUNGS

.n r parlor cars, will leave Miami at 8is'a.: then uavelupmmt-Iwr year. hays bee.a. .pwd nntop In Lv JacktonvllleArBt. 800 a a 920 a 1 10 p I IiO I' 4 890 p 8 JIKJ I
sop
of npwt caro In aukhg aNau Augmtlne 000 ,a 1000 I 10 80 a 210 p30t 8 60 pi 4 00 p 8 SO I'| 9 BOK_ |
m., arrive at West Palm Beach to a. m. 20 erWrb us.. 011wn WITH Dr.
After going to East Side stations this Funeral Directorand lye c0wrr an and.Iwelnlala re.ntable In .red.prewlhg King'sBsseovery I No. 74'Dally. No. No. 78t'No. 44. Na.; |N'b'I 38'' NO. 28'No.' < 9arNo. MAI h'
1006 .a.d 1..x.1 free. NORTHBOUND Dally DSlly Dally Dilly DoIII, I
train will leave West Palm Beach at \ Dally Ex. S iDally' Sun ,t
0. M. FERRY a CO., ', New \
10:25: a.m., reaching Jacksonville at Oetmit,' Lv St. Auxiutlne II 40 p 6 10 p 6 20 p 1110 p 11 10 40 I 1 8 80 a 7 40 S 20 i HArJaekeouvtle.
I Mmh. I .. 740 p 710 780 p 110 p 12 10 plU 40 p 740 a 8 40 820 n
7:40.No. Price ofPnllman or Parlor Car.and xtraieat fare will becburi,
exclusively
composed
98, wilt! buffet sleeper, drawingroom FOR CONsur'lPTloN 500 11$1.00 t Trnlns Day coaches operated on these trains oil which no extra ot teat fare In charged

cars andday: coaches, leaves Miami I Free Trial. --

nt 8:20: p.m., arrives at West Palm Embalmer Surest and Ouickort CJure for alt No.On 13 No.On at N0. 19 No.ly M.por' Br.nob''0. No., 18 I N". 80 No. "
>% :
Beach 10:25: p. m., goes to the East Side THROAT and LUliO TROUB. Only Only D.ny ,800.x D.lly Only Daily

and leaves here for Jacksonville at 10:55p. : Doth licensed by the State to cmbnttn LES, or MONEY BACK.. -r _pii-is--a"i pX16-; Lv..J"ckoonvl1l. .._.&r '"'T8 "ai1an, P 8D

tn., reaching the latter place at 8:40: nod prepare bodies for shipment. -- Ig: g g 66 60 : : :X g : 64 69 : Ar"::::: .Atlantto Pablo '::::.="" : 60 46 alit a It 10 III : 146 160
-- -- --- --------- .......... e
----- ----- SIlO P 1110 a 7 00 I' 9 III a Mayport..Lv 80 1111 80 I 180 -

m.Northbound No. 28, Palm Beach end I Lady flssh tant. PENINSULAR' AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT ML

Miami Express, composed of conches
and buffet sleeper, and makes all stops.' SouthernTwo Railway Close Connection Made at t Miami with Steamships ol the P. &: 0. S. S. Conparjj

Will leave Miami at Sao p. m., reach, GEO. HASLEHURST & SON Havana, Key West and Nassau. )
'
F + West Palm Beach at 7:38 p. m. After and New York.SCIlJoDtI.E .
Trains Daily to Washington Three Sailings Each Week.
going to the East Side this train will l I Contractors and Builders I
k leave West Palm Beach station at 8:15: I EFFECTIVE; NOVEMBER :M, 11105No.niNo.3ll Trains discharge: passengers at ship's IJe. No trangfer

I p. m., reaching Jacksonville 7:408.m. P. O. BOX 304 ; :; These Time Tablet show the time at which tralna may bit expected" to arrive et add'
II Two T-Mr- "'aut I I N r No 17X0.:! North and\ Went No 141 from the several atattona but their arrival or de Selay.oranyoonaequeoces. la am fail
Dor la this Company> be held reaponalble any "rIoto'b"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ii, 5nI-755pl.v- 180,01lyl\le, \ Ar' 74n 745pLv erksollyle.NUkyXa1la\ : -811I111
In Court of County Judge, State of FOR SALE II 401110 40P '.V Jp..P .H 9Rryr12up13asn 10 4n)> 10 3" Ly ]eaaup tloRy Ar/ 0 lUll 0Ina401m For Copy of the.LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
<' Ly 80'.lIn"Ar a4up6n1p )(, 300a At Mac 8.. My Lv I fila Eels 1 "
Florida Dade County. 6ooa A' Col..mbia T.v 400''", 6111111 52011 Ad AII..llla. 110 My J.v 111511 10 Sop SEE THE TICKET AQENT.
In the matter of the estate of Prince one of the most beauti. lUl: p 9550 Ar Charlotte I.y 9 tOt, Ii lop 10llftH i 3011 Ar Some. so Ry I.y 0051 I alp 1 J. D. RAHNER. Asst. den'l. Pass. Aet., ST. AUGUSTINE.I
Lv
1 IHo 1351 Ar Oro'e..b..ro Lv 7 08p. H 811a Ii HIS Ar DaRnn 8o Ry 744i' + 1 pIUU
J. Baker.: I via 210 Ar Danville J.y II 871' 565,1, 9t.: Clmtlenoogl. I' Lv 0811 11UOp,

To all creditors, legatees, distrib fully situated homesin d 5 301)Ar Ar Lexington Cblcinnat.11 oll t: Ig 6Iaqap ::
8281,1 64'1.I"r Richmond Lv12 UOp 801)I
utees and all persons having claims tot Florida.One 8 40\llLY Unclonall, 1 7 (hicago Big 4 S
demands said estate. Inn sup Ar Lynchburg I.y 8111I1' 1:1Ir.: a etYn'
against t 'aL
I i ., 33
I .r4 rtrA
CIII'.II ljr
155 Ills Ar Charlottesville I.v 1151 1.a;. a
You and each of you are hereby notified hundred and ninety feet above 9 son Ii CgAr W..hlngloll T.v I6 Sin 9MIp/ H Loa A' Chicago p..l.lnelArlofnllL!
II 5oa 113/1"/ A' IIRltl1..ore Lv II nil H 22\1 Clllcln'"U.CH& 741..740a ae p
and required to present any sea level, overlooking clear spring fed 14.51 a3l\ ArWo.t l'hlladelphl.l.y 855. 6851) I'ILY 1 1g Chlcago.Jllonon It I.v 0)P a
-Ii claims demands which or 45l0Oa Ar New York L1210111)_ ).2DI' -' Cinht'aliCH6tD 0m
i or you lake, Wjlth views of bills for some miles. :: 5
No.. 5 A r Toledo, CHit D i..II1 411'yJ t
either of you may have against the Absolutely healthy, with delightful D"Uy 33 RnelM PuU..n-"New D'.lnlC.Room York 1I.H"orlds 81..e.11I1t Expre.H.Car Ar Delrolt 1'91 cop 4 aA'
'
estate of Prince J. Baker, deceased, country for riding: and driving.: l'orl'I'o.mp" and Jacko vllle 10 New York. I 08(1( LvCinclmety 4Lvi93)plyw \-
8 fila Ar Cleveland tile "
late of Dade County, Florida, to the Noe. 29 end 30..W..hlllltlon and FloridaLInitet Lv 4exLiqton; SiRy Aiii l\\1
undersigned administratrix of said estate 'Dally Pullman\ Drawing Room Sioep- 8 iu Ar Louisville. Sony L' 745
Residence
Spacious lug C e. Jacksonville to New York. 7 2sIarstLonfa: j '(0Kv : I) : \
within two from the date -- ,
years 25 Rooms. 0'3 'I'hmn' '' ll tII".1 o1Th0P' v ';4-; U 4011 Ar Anniston 80 Ry Lv T Bapii
hereof /ell Ly lackeollvllle.o'la Ar u i sin 4r., Ar lrmlnllih..m.. Lv I lIp
11 II,. I.v. .n..h.ta, A 4:1111'I : I 8 08p. "r Memphla I'rlaco Lv S 16uUn \
Dated January 30, A. D., 1906. Possession furnished IHIII Ar ColmbiaS.C, 1.y 1 lallI d / Ar K8..E.lt!! ," Lv 68ul'_
,
at once completely
Rosa E. Baker 1I0p Ar Alhville N. C. J.v 4 111)I / Memphia. A
I
if desired for this season. An ideal 117p Ar Hot Springs. N.C. I.v 12 alp 2,2-1i.tr not Springs. rl 74nl'I
Administratrix of the estate of place for wealthy family. 6'HI.4r Knoxville, 'renn I.y OMa
6 ills Ar lollloyl\le.\ I\y. t.v T Yep NOlI 13 and 4-0ally. Solid Vestibule trntn
r Prince J. Baker, deceased. I 4 M "r 81 Louis. J\lo. J.v 1110 a through tiny CORchea and Pullmao Ileeptutr car.
r f t Tbree hundred and seventy-flve Acres, H lea Ar Clnclnnnti Ohio I.y Ship JacklIOllyllle to Undnuul.No .

No. 29 .alld lo-Daily Pullman DrR"lnlt-Ro m I8 and I4-Pullman Urawlng Room Sleep.bgCars ;
FOLE11O T. and Buael Bleeping Car between butwnun Jacksonville, Birmingham,
sixty of which is in choice budded fruit and loolnno.lI. Jackaouvtlle Imnplla'!! and Kana.! Cty. .
S atom=.th.coultb and ""es.!,.."SDV Address, Box 3 Saint Leo, \oe.17 and ,8-'be Atlanta 111'.81.. Pnll.

J24-1m Pesco County, Florida.. Excellent Dining Oar Service man tel Drawing AURa..Room and ChHtt.noOlta.leolllulC Lan Paaaengore JacklOn.Yllle .

f For Sale Cheap. on AU Trains can remain ia steeper in Atlanta until 7:05: a.m.

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n
The Ke tope, situated on Datura

street Applyvto C. C Chngworth f T. C. LUSK, DiBt. Pass. Agent, rob.. West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

W. H. TAYLOE, 0. P. A.

r y Louisville & NshvilleBEST_ 3.H.HARDWICK, P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN, A. 0. P. A.

'. Mardi Gras.

For the above occasions the Atlantic Four Sailings Each "Week Between]

Coast Line will sell 'tickets from

all points In the State of Florida to JACKSONVILLE *' NEW Y0|

New Orleans, La., Mobile, Ala., and BEST LINE TO Five Superb TrainsDaily CalllnK at Charlenton 5.C.,.both wayi.

Pensacola, Fla., at one fare plus 25 THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN Tat! COASTWISE SERVICE

cents for the round trip. Tickets on Birmingham, Nashville,
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I iI, fact Is, Ih' hyaline: po\\u r I continued honks,; n tamer' but ChrlHtlHn Science I A I II r yi ( ,

t i"I i" Not= Breads to be exucl'ii'fl" in for envlv C3hrlstlan I him hruKvl, htiudredH, of them, aa well 1 r 1, ), ; I

I i 'Church for ulimif hive' ccnlnrlra, and as other so called Incurable diseases, Happy

I was then lust,, throuRh the introduction such HE locomotor( utaxla, tuberculosis, I 1.

fi f of eccleslastlrl..+m. The teachings of epilepsy, and others considered less The

i fI' arid'Sweet Jesus rest upon eternal truth, and Ills dangerous, but equally Incurable, suchas HomeTo 1

r I I'I'I Light commands were equally Intended for asthma, hay fever, St. VItus' dance. ,, I'1'

t ,I ", all time. He did not sky Christ Christian Scientists, as well as other have a happyhome 1, .
would leave the earth people, know such Instances and the l ,I a akt"
I; when He left it. you should have children.: I | New York
beneficiaries of
He declared the Christian Science have
eternity of Christ, They
testified are: great happy-home ,
"Before Abraham many of them to these wonderful "
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was, I am. "I will makers
not leave you comfortless cures, and are generally willing If a weak woman, .

a.. to you." His career reveals; I the will coin and glad to do so again. It Is not pre- you can: be;, made strong: l. .

.t are made with of God to govern man righteously power here tended! that there are no failures as enough to bear healthy children : Herald

through the mind that was in Christ I yet in Christian Science practice. It with little pain or dis

Jesus, the mind that i I would, Indeed, be surprising if, with comfort '
Paul :
yotsrselft 'F
admonishes > takingECARDUI ,
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ROYAL us to have. Theoretical religion in[ a j all the error that confronts It, our new ? 1

,; futile endeavor to reconcile religion ,'I born understanding should Teach tbe Greatest

with changing and shifting human i height of infallibility at once. Chrls- \". Paper ,

I ; onditlons and beliefs, has always I I i tlan Science[ however, la\ an exact, .. '' '

I{, BAKING tried to make an amalgamation of j science, and we expect that Its unfailing OF Published '

good and evil Christian Science 'I power will be more and more prov-

POWDER shows that they are opposed to each en as we grow in grace For this gracewe I t

t- other, and that no good thing Is ever are praying dally, and hourly. A Tonic for Women 1 ,
I Should not all good men and women
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attalniyl by moans: of evil nor by compromising -
Pure
Absolutely with It, Like all other denominations join in that prayer, considering that It will ease all your pain, reduce ;f', p?
its object Is the amelioration of all inflammation cure leucorrliea:
gatt.dyspepticl may be eaten Christian Science affirms! (whites), falling womb, ovarian News ru'
human suffering? In the meantime,
without Inconvenienceeven (hat God is all power, presonea, beIng trouble disordered menses, back- 1 ''r'' ..I 'Il
it is, to say the least, unbecoming for ache, headache, etc., and make I r Q
by persons and Mind, but, unlike them all, It childbirth l r I d''I ri' 1'' t
natural and I
with delicate (abides the advocates of material systems to easy. Try It,
unswervingly by Its "ifllrnia- At all dealers in medicines, in
digestion tlon.' It declares God to be dlvlna view demand with no complacency failure of us the, while Immeasur-they (1,00 bottles I Than all the Other Papers Combined ; 4

, Principle, and that Christian: Scientists I
a DOTAt IMINH' POWDl 00., saw VOMb ably greater proportion of their own.
n reflect that Principle IWluth'all)7by : "DOE TO CARDUI
--_:_ ) The healing power in Christian 1, I
trusting God absolutely to heal arid Science is not attained through Is my baby girl, now two weeks Exclusive Reports from all the '
to rave any old,"writes Mrs.J. Priest, of,Web ; ,
Lecture onChristian THE WAY OF SALVATION. new 'Bible, nor through any strange ster City, Iowa. She Is a fine Winter Resorts' tas
I interpretation' of the old one, but healthy babe and we are both doing 4e
I :> Science The process' of being saved involves through the truth contacted in that nicely, I am still taking Cardul, .
]progress. The steps of salvation in and would not be without It !In
-'- old Bible, our Bible, your Bible and the house'' Ij
Christian Science are not nniMtial
i'ontlnued'trom' last week I norpeculiar. my Bible, and Christian Scientists
( ) As In other easgazaggmagsrrgnaBE )
evangelical! de- "
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AIa On" ut the moat! erroneous phases of admission or conviction of 'sin' : sec I THE EVIDENCE! OF THE SENSES. _m<".EaI< I..,, """""""' .....__."" ._ _,_.- i ; I
TERIOUS. ''i
l'lId.ol'row
/ for wrong doing,, or repentance ,
Lt !human belief Is to be found la Its attempt We are all more or less familiar
to arcount for e!It;Il.OIK ; and third, reformation man- Mortals are in a state of supersti .
pith the truth that even physical .."'........\ """" ,
a of the popular theological yvaye rested in a corrected life. Theorerlcal tion about God and man, about heaven science discerns facts above the evidence { '

41 1 of ac"otmtns! for evil, especially when belief, however, limits salvation! to the and earth, about sickness and of. the senses and contrary I ,4.

:d manlft it'!d as sickness or death In the cessation of sin. Christian Science health, and life ,and death, and, Indeed thereto. As for the realm of thought I r"'
Instants of good people or blameless declares! that the love of sin must be about every other conceivable which we characterize "* \
as religious or '
.i'It It.a children Is to ascribe It to the Inscrutable destroyed. Because Cod Is Biiiles, it condition, or thing. Furthermore, all spiritual, It would not even exist if t Don't Fail to Read Yp f'

wisdom 'of God. Inscrutable, eUows that sin has no divine authority prevailing theories, whether religiousor one were to accept merely the evi-

Indeed would be the wisdom that IsInllnlt no real existence; and, i I' make scientific, have looked for cause in dence of the senses. "Faith, the substance

I !'. Lo-e and Life, and that could this utter denial of sin for the sole matter, for God in His opposite Is of things hoped' for, the evl- 1\1 The New York ',F

i Ii cease ri- Infinity long enough to afflict purpose of overcoming sin. It Includes not this the very acme of superstition. !dence of things not seen,"- 'according 1

His Children with disease and In salvation exemption from The self evident impossibility of find Ito, St. Paul, receives no encouragement -

death. Chrl-Hlan Science takes no partIn sickness, want, worry and woe, as ing truth In error seems to have escaped from the testimony of the senses, '+; / id h
and''l well as from sin. In short, aahatlon\ human reason until Chrfatlan
sm-b. lame for
any illogical attempt according to that, man is material F
to aciMH-nt, for evil. Indeed, the InfinIty In Christian Science touches everything Science came to reveal it. The super- and mortal, and his life between HeraldWhile 4 4't.

of God. or Good, would be thereby that prostrates hope or Interferes structure that has been reared upon the cradle and the grave is all there is ; ;

ofI. oblli' rat-d, for God would cease to be with happiness Again lu Chris- such theories is well represented bj 10f I hIm According to this same testimony ,

good to the extent that lIe recognizedevil tian Science salvation Is not a death the house In the parable, which was matter Is all, and Spirit, or ''t.. '
process. It Is not a matter that cnn built upon the sand, and when the ;1 'try ,<
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cense to be infinite, no Sod. Because I God, U a myth. But nobody, not even ; .
sin, sickness and death are not be postponed. The problems!! of life wind or waves of adversity, sicknessor I the most materially minded, accepts in Florida, and Keep Informed ";'

I II good, they could not originate in God, are not solved in that way. Jesus sorrow beat upon it, it crumbles. the evidence of the senses without

Id.n I the Mind'., that Is holiness, heath and said: "If a plan keep my saying, he Popular science is as unscientific in I I reservation Not a prayer Is utteredon on Home and Foreign Affairs .

Life, and they have, therefore, merelya shall never see death.* Would He have this respect as popular religion. After : earth that is not a virtual declaration -

fabuloi s existence far apart from !said that If death were necessary to the most elaborate investigations, against such evidence. Christians t
salvation? The world has been taughtto endless research and almost superhuman I -- -- tti'1"' ,
truth or science, ,or God This false rise above it continually and shoulddo r'l ,
Ft sense of being Is/ self contradictory, a believe that by dying it could! save perseverance, it invariably so still more. Christian Science ,

theory of opposites Its goodness may Itself the trouble of living correctly arrives at a point where it can only shows how to accomplish this. It may $ Ir

at alJmom nt become evil; .Its Christian Science teaches that salta say, "This la unknowable." Is It not be difficult( to conceive of a first great
is of The clear that both theories end in self- I THE BEACH( CLUB
strength weakness; ita bealth disease; Lion a way righteousness. I Cause, but It Is vastly more difficult
{ its action inaction its harmony dlc- supposition (that heaven is attained confessed failure, the one In a mys- not to do so. It may be difficult to

cord; Its order disorder| ; its life death. through disease and death is a theoryat terious belief in the amalgamation of conceive.of God as Spirit and man as 1 (corporate'I") i '

These with, all the human beliefs and once mysterious and wretched, and good and evil, the other In the mys- spiritual, but If this be not true, thereis $ .

theorli-n\ that accompany them, Chris- so repugnant to every normal minded tery of the unknowable no God, no Cause. Indeed, all that / RESTAURANT '

tian Science classifies together, and de- person that everyone naturally desires Christian Science begins,wbern such relates to God is contrary to the $ 's- ; F

omlnitp the, whole conglomeration to avoid such an experience, evenwith theoerles leave oft. It declares that mony of the senses.It tesU-j I

1 1I pf fal "hood as mortal mind. The a theory of salvation attached' to God, as Cause, Life, Truth, must be Is clear, therefore, that we F
of all theories of knowable, and in reality the only 'tLFr: '
Christian Science practitioner operates It. and the efforts nothing unusual in denying the eVIdences _

M wholly in the realm of mortality with healing as well as the prayers of theology knowable, because Truth la all thereis I of the senses, but Christian I Breakfast : Luncheon : Dinner

MII science which declares the truth of be- l are Intended to prevent a. person i to know. It shows that if there is qty r'A

II ing, and denies the error that usurps from dying, or, according to these beliefs anything about religion that is true it 1 de-nial A \

its placf in consciousness. This fictitious from going to heaven. The path must be based upon facts. If based !or arises'that is contrary to the har- I $ at all hoursSpecial ,..
heavenward Is truly straight and nar- upon facts, the facts may be known, I monv of man ,
mortal mind be- m. '
as 'general
ja
lief: or 'universal false claim, is utterly row. None know this better than the since unknowable facts would be a NO DENIAL OF EXISTENCE. 'I
divested of Christian Scientists, but this path Is contradiction In terms. A knowledge! An erroneous notion prevails that

or law to all cause supposed or perpetuate Influenco, power disease -- not strewn with ashes, neither does It of God! must therefore be not only possible Christian Scientists deny the reality Orders Received for Parties ; &F

ultimate In disaster When we learn but imperative. How shall It of things. They do 'no such thing.
'
; and Clod's law of wholeness
I harmony and health'to man is estab, that the fullness of religion may be -attained? If God is Mind or divIne They affirm the external existence of of three or more. ., ,, t

lished. attained here and now through Truth Principle He is expressed actively all ''things, Including man and all the $ :
and operatively in divine ideas. I
life at functions of Christian
CHRISTIAN and Love manifested\ in a dally man. Science 1
SCIENTISTS BELIEVE
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peace with God and man, and that These must be sought and entertaineduntil however, does resolve things Into '
i1 IN CHRIST. OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY y'.r4'
, It has sometimes been asked if such a condition brings heaven to thought is transformed. thoughts, and declares that all exist! d
begin to cher upFor this MAN. In their perfect individual reality and I 't
Christian earth we
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Scientists believe in Christ. e."lIOn of 1900
Who Is a believer, the' one who and for other reasons! Christian Scientists If the facts which have been declared proper order in the divine Mind. Con- I L r i

preochci, are a happy class of people. We in reference to God are admitted versely, it ,denies the materiality of
Il merely or the one who practiced I1f4jt.
,, Who believes.ln? a science suchas see that we may speak of God and His! then man, His image must be things, and in that denial Includes all ii'

the, science\ of numbers, for example laws without sadness or any sense of something more than that which we I the discordant conditions that material '' fitI'V a;, i
mystery. If God Is our divine Parent ordinarily see. Christian Science denies ( things manifest. Christian t.
Sorely It will be answered, ho
who ti'. "qrR!( his affairs! to It. Who ballet He is our best friend. A knowledge that the evidence of the five material Science shows hqjv the body Is FAY- H O L ES
therefore abso- controlled by mentality, consciouslyor
In honesty? It Is not he who la of Him la salvation. We may senses can 'accepted as ; I
hon'.1' speak of salvation and heaven, lute in reference to man, his real be- nnconsclotisry, all the time. The
who believes in patriotism?
Not ne -warily the one who declaims the one as a joyful experience and the ing, his health or his life. Generally object of Its practice is to establish ;
natural condition that may speaking, man is thought to be both consciously the control of the divine !
bout It other as a
but rather he who like our ,
tornfathi' become a present 'and welcome real- material and spiritual. It Is declared MInd over the body through the declarations -I -i,4r '
rs, pledges hiq life, his for- Fay :
tun and his sacred h nor to main ity. Heaven cannot be less than satisfaction that he Is mortal-that is, that he F of the Truth oaf 1 the, denial I

tain the Integrity of his country. Who and perfect harmony, and it must die and yet that he is the of all that Is nnltke.It as revealed in! : .

believes cannot be more. The Palmist says: "I image and likeness of God, or Christian Science. This process doa
they in Christ? They"who only say be satisfied when I awake with in other words, the image and like a mands the highest morality and spirituality WtJG f" 'I' ,
shall a
do and fall to do the works of: F "K .,
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noes of Immortal life. When he la on the part of the practitionerIn 1 i
Christ likenesS
or they who trust absolutely Thy Sb. lc
In the FOUNDED ON THE BIBLE. dead It id supposed that h" will beginto order to be successful.( Christian
to
teachings of Jesus and strive
do the works that ? I Christian Science Is founded on the be immortal Christian Science Scientists are endeavoring to purify ,
He commanded
text book of Christian shows that such theories 'do not ereuse and self, and yet it is sometimes
The I I9clenl'e
lay without fear,of successful contradiction Bible. '
Is what it purports to be, and veal t\a truth about man It declareR said that they have no baptism. They

Chrl stlan that Scientists of all people believe. on most the absolutely earth-, Includes,, as its title indicates, a key that man is not material, and that a"'' are endeavoring, to commune consciously Acknowledged to ba The Best Machina on ,the Market '
and constantly with God and, I
mortal cannot be the image and like \
the!) tn Christ. The? utterly repudiate to the Scriptures and Health" Is a commen- ness of Qod who Is Immortal, but 'Is,I'yet It is sail. that they have no com ,:Lightest $hilt\ \ r ,;(ht"At Running. The Champion Speed Writers oflbe J World Y"' '
a! i.srsion\ are un-Christ- "Science '
that
lan they the Bible. Other denominations only the presentation of the evidence;, munion. Why, Christian Science practice -i use it. M" n y-Sholrs! open! in Pt-asacola titan nj other single mater '
They upon
Christ tary
accept the of
teachings commentaries, but no of the senses. Man's immortality and involves both baptism and com-

JMUB to" what, without reservation. Theories) / as other book have in the world has ever revealed real being is discerned in science;; ruunlon In the highest sense .,, See.' it .--Before Buying.
constitutes orthodox religion, ,
n the the power of ttuth to beat the Christian Science therefore, looks (To be continued next week.)
other hand, reject the healing enabled people to learn the away> from materiality in consideringman 'f: : R. C. DAVIS, StAte 'A ent. '
power
and
from the gospel and attempt slcK,
to Scriptures by which this and declares that the! Image and How ri CHAS. B. KENDALL Local
"'lain their failure to obey the science of the 'onc"oj"t Rl goad priming t Agent,
likeness of God, or Life, must be spiritual
eommaim of Jesus to heal the sick by healing Is achieved. The numerous |1or 1 1 33 per pallor' : Kuv our If A 1'00 At the Tropical Sun, WEST PAI.M BEVCH, FLA.J i 4 ,,
the and ever-living. Man must be like
accomplished by New B'ru Paint and
at $< Ballon
aylnr that 'I!tt was intended for HI* cases of healing 75 per
time only, perusal cf) this book are so authenticas Good to be like God like Truth, like one gnt'on' raw ,1 inseed oil at 70 t'> 7 50
although there Is nothing In
we Bible to to be beyond question. Thousandsof Love; he must be the likeness of the aud ;you bare two gallon ol the best. -

tion. Justify such an assump have testified to such heal- divine Mind, the image of the divine paint made, Try it. We Ku'.rnteeftatlnf GRAFTED t

Preach.Hear' this' ; "And, as ye go. people and some of them have 'done so Principle. This true likeness discerned action. lM _. Potter, Flatiron ,J Mulgoba Mangoes. 1., rTTED
the kingdom1{ of heaven ing,
nyingK
Is u In courts of law, and their In Science is the true Butt that Buii! .;ling| < Went Palm Beacb.t .
lepers.Iwiid.' ,Heal the sick' cleanse the onder oath, not been'' In the least all men should seek, and they should -- Lar|(<*i". "H"L'( "> ,.i rotonw in.the United Statro ,:alma,- t'bv 'inn t
testimony4 has
( raise the'dead- cast out devils. cross examination. Some not manifest any other self Such a t Leave four orders at The Tropical thIe.,, .I\Lulllrnwn\ Full .Line of Citrus Stock
Matthew Wr.: '8.) Jf,one of JIb com4manda shaken by involved the most tern course means health and harmony to gun office for all kind of engraved Hiilb tutu Pine Land AMeMIi l< IT ,
wa/} 'intended t for His ttm onbVuj of thOse.cases t and monogram atatlonery and visiting(
those who follow' It. '
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r t : : at the Hotel 'Royal Poinciana upon --

I, their return from Havana which will i Repaiiing Neatly Done

//b Huyler's Caridies. Broadwell&Mcore be sometime next week. While the
Wear Rubber fop Comfort.nuLiltcr .
I hotel management has not yet been notified Heels
t WANTED to buy or rent furniture.Address heel. make Nlm. nulHi'li'HH and rclfwatha ,
'A Palm I of the coming of the party, It Is prO'fture on r.*it unit IInklt,.. Life i tfaeii'r ANTHONYD.12LJLLEN
West
P. O. Box 1 522 .
who I'uhttpr h 'eta ore" IIHIMI. a copttntoratUHtmportitnro uf
; ,i'' Beach. i generally believed that they will return in |iuhlitt IniiM'tiK. hotol1,/ Uio. hn,.
I via the East 'doast route. litnU l, the library* tho.i. howl room where,holes
Still at the old stand. Send us your ,.ollj'I'UIIII.hlo! Unbbur heel diminish I |per..
fjmhly UuoJurin""It'lIt" to walking' or runnlnivr
,e. laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at I Alderman Thos. J. ,Campbell, who -w hunt, aurfiiutm, nml' makes u ouniwrjiututMftvinphi 217Ej,
,,
(d Strahan's Steam Laundry. tf. several months ago leaved his black- Clonrau: avuniiP.noivo, force opttnuite, "Brnnnlnpc B'othorsDI'Y ,
'smith and wagon shop to n, C. Caldwell Gauls., Hon,, I
Next Wednesday evening Is the time
has bought from the latter the un ,
for the meeting of the West Palm -
expired term of the lease and is now CPGYRIGMT
Beach Board of Trade and It Isbutwhat's
,
operating the shop.. ,Mr.)\ ; Campbell will FOLEY lONi YAN1 TAR

.. the use? be pleased to see ail of his old friends Cures Cnldsg Prevents Pneumonia IT IS A LONG STORY

Rev. Sam P. Jones, the noted lecturer -I and customers and will be better than .. ..
i and evangelist, who lectured luZupf's ever prepared to meet their wants in I ,___________n______-_____ _____ that refers to an account.
'Vl'dllesday'even- i "The depositor Is an esteemed patron
Opera House the
{. way\ of repair work and genes
Ing was a guest at the Seagle House blacksmithing of years' standing. First, business was
while in the city. I Lake Worth ProduceCOMPANY sunll!I, but the account grew with the ,
The ladles of the City Improvement prosperity that attended. the bank,"
'
The second regular meeting of the Association will serve Ice cream and

City Council will be held next Tuesday cake In the park next Tuesday after- FRUIT AND COMMISSION Banking for Profit

( +% evening, when the !monthly bills and noon from 3 to'5 o'clock. The patronage MERCHANTS
requires 'patience for both
depositors
accounts will be audited and paid and of the public Is solicited, and all
and bank.
Other Important business transacted. will, be welcomed. It should be remembered -
Fruit and' Produce, Poultry and Stand in without conservative meth
{ At 11 o'clock tomorrow morning, at that the funds /s ristng from Eggs Our Specialties: os au'l your profits will be a cause for .
"' the Congregational church, the pass these entertainments are used In city congratulations. Oren an account incur

tor, Rev. F. W. Weatherwux, will dIs- Improvement taking care of the park, savings department. Real Estate AgencyCity
etc.; and as the cause is a worthy one,
ei course on the life of George Washing The Finest Oranges and Tangy f
DADE COUNTY STATE BANK
there-should be a good attendance
ton. The Masons are cordially invited
gerines.
West Palm
Tuesday Beach.h orlda.
t, tills service In a body. afternoon. '
,
Surburban and
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Mr. Frank E. Bond, a well known ,

,' banker at the Royal and capitalist PoInciana of Thursday DeLand, was and A Fur Boa, on LOST.day coach of Florida A large shipment. of Choice KILLTHL'lCOUCH Country Property for

t spent a part of the day here. Mr. Bond East Coast Railway: train No. 35, Nonesuch Apples AND CURE THE LUNGS '

:a is well known In West Palm Beach, February,21st. on, leaving train at St. Sale and Rent . .
liberal -
having formerly] held considerable business I Augustine. reward will be paid WITH--Dr-King's:
upon delivery to Mrs. Louts
Interests In the pity. owner Several Cases of Extra Nice
i McCall, Keystone Cottage, St. Augus-
Among the prominent visitors in the tine, Fla" Fresh Eggs. New Discovory West Palm Beach Florida
city yesterday was :Mr. G. B. Jennings,
v editor and proprietor of that 'well Price
0o- New York Huyler'a candies, Broadwell & MooreBuy FOR CONSUMPTION 50c 6$1.00
known publication, the < Free Trial.
Nice Fat Hens and
Large Plump
Fishing Gazette. ':\11'. Jennings la in
your bread and bakery products Chickens, Surest and ttuickef lure for all ..
{ Florida In the Interests of his paper, .. t
THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES "
from the Majewski Bakery and be ..
which has a large circulation throughout ; or MONEY BAC$. .. ,
\ .
,' ,
the State. healthy and happy tf. '. r '/

E ( One of the finest specimens of pineapples Great rush for those Dollar Sterl- Lake Worth Produce Comp'yCLEMATIS '.

"1 ever seen In this city was exhibited ing Silver Spoons at Idner's. t AVENUE I FOLEYSKIDHEYCUBE

a few days ago in The' Tropical L I i :-.ke. Kidneys and Bladder flight
t Sun office by Mr. A. W. Stiles The
,
A Bargain. -- ......
fruit was of the Red Spanish variety
I A new 5-1). .two-ccley engine for -
t I >' and weighed eyen seven pounds. It $135, at Potter's, Flatiron Building! West
c was grown .on. .Air. Stiles' place a few i Palm Beach; The Americas Fertilizers

F miles south of the city.

Mrs. and 'Mrs. .M. N. Mvaue and I PIERCE'S BtCVCL-ES at Cummings( MinstrelsDnderCapasWEST
i Clematis ave., opposite bank, West Palm
daughter, prominent people 'of War- Beach. Vtgetable, Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree
rick, N. Y., are recent arrivals in the and ':
Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been
Cottage City, and are located at The i
ly successfully used"on Florida soils for
+ Holland for a stay of some length. It FOR SALE. PALM BEACP many

was Mr. Kane's Intention to make a Ten.'acres of land laid out In 'town years. For any information call on or ad-

i brief visit here and proceed to Nas- lots/between !live and six acres of bear- dress

sau and other points for a longer visit, Ing pineapples. Pineapple crop alone

i but he and his estimable family were wilt net $1,000. Property located in Afternoon b. 24 :B. M. POTTER

; so delighted with West Palm Beach, what is known as "Pleasant City! a NightFel l ) )

and its many attractions that they decided colored suburb ode mile north of West FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla

to remain here indefinitely. Palm Beach Address D. C: Caldwell, ,__ .- -- .._ ---v -- .

There are rumors to the effect that West Palm Beach Fla. .
lt; a move Is already on foot looking to A, G. ALLEN'S' -

D the widening of the county rock road Lathe work on brass and steelat Cum-

4 between this city and Miami, and it mIDlts. v 93tf..

4 1 1.!*, said that an effort will be made -to UNITED MINSTREL SHOWS West I

have .the road widened at least eight i For Sale Palm Beach.

feet which, will give ample room for : Small eihteen-foot| motor launchwith\
the passage of automobiles. When this hood First-clasa every respect. Price Neat, Clean and Refined. Better than the Circus. Under the #
1 1'' is accomplished which'will Mammoth Canvas Theater, seating Two Thousand Peoples
work surely fi 1 come about in the .course of time, Building. ;

1'' Dada County will be the mecra for automobiles Admission Children 25c Adults 50c /
,
) and another great attraction PORTLAND CEMENT :
will be offered to tourists., We have Just received another car, Choieilce Lots
1 of, Portland Cement In barrels and 100 '
An erroneous impression seems to
GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFERWEST
pound cotton sacks. East Coast Lum-
i have gone out from West Palm Beach,
ber and Supply Company.
; during the past week or ten days, to > PALM BEACH I from $200 ,
i the effect that this city wan tilled anl'' up,
f Tate Springs mineral water, Broad- Bus Trips to
overflowing with' winter visitors and well & Moore. Lantana one-third cash, balance by semiannual
accqmmodatlons could.npt be made for and ,

a greater number. ,While it Is truer The Majewskl Bakery is this Reason Baggage DeJray, installments, on reasonable time, accord-

.$ that there have been this week quite In the lead. The bread, cakes and other Wagons Boynton ing to" price, of lot:

1 at,many tourists herea, ; were .ever bakery products are made by bakers For plats and lull ififormation f '
av here before, still, there..ia, amply room finished in their >profenion.' tf. Meet and apply to

and excellent accommodations can be AU Other WALLACE K MOSES .
1 arranged for more. Practically all of HEADQUARTERSOn ,
Parold and Neponaet Roofing Trains, '''Points Agent Florida East Coast Rt\lhva'" Land Department ;!.
ll ; the residents of the city have thrown papers ,. ..
their homes open,for 'tha accommodation The best is always the cheapest; SPECIAL ,ATTENTION, TO, COMMERCIAL MEN 'West;Palm Beach Florida.. .
East Coast Lumber and Supply Com- t
4 2r' of the visitors and no, one' need .
'AIEIE! SAMPLE, ROOM
P fear being turned away Vanyt;: %4 "


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