The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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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And Dade County) CommissionersWill I Model Lana Company, Lets lon- I'

Objectionable Claus3S Stricken Out. Two Arc Have to( wait. Dc- tract to Mr. Porter An

Lights Placed'on Polnsetta Street in VI- cision of Court. I Light-Toot: Walk i State. Democratic Executive Committee Held Harmonious

clnity of Passenger Depot. ..... ,r Meeting in ,Jacksonvi, Saturday..

Judge James W. Locke, In the United i Contractor
Wllford Porter has
com Early Birds Won Out. r
State Circuit Court In Jacksonville, I I menced the construction of concrete i;

Only four members attended the I"blast Saturday, denied, the motion of sidewalks --- --- ------
regular Lalnhart &: Potter, lumber, $3,CO. on Polnsetta street, between

meeting of the City Council,last I the defendants tn the case of the Florl- Althea
t street
S. A. Bar eld the railway ,
salary, fees and care crossing, A the meeting of the State Demo-
I Ida East Coast Railroad Company and I Upon motion of I.< H. Hilson, representing -
Chairman Idner
Aldermen having been
\ of city blood hound, $GG. awarded the contract by cratic Executive Committee
Anthony Grant and the Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast the'rQdel in Jacksonville j| Santa Rosa County, by proxy
Campbell. W.: W. Hendrlckson, salary and fees, Company to build last Saturday It was decidedto 1
a resolution
A permit C. Company vs. the County Commissioners Y II ills was adopted urging the Y' ..
was granted C.
: Chilling- $75. I fronting ot .n!! of tin.! !1)i' vitv hold an early .15J ,' 1 r
primary, and the date Florida Senators S 1
of and
worth for the construction of a email l Feed of prisoners County, to dissolve the In that part of the city. Mr. Porter Is Representatives {
(54, a portion of for the first primary was for In
set the United
I States. t
Injunction Congress f
pendente lite to '
heretofore use
outbuilding on his premises laying an eight foot ;.,
! which expense Is charged to P. C. Cox, pavement on die 15th, while the second will be held effort
every to
A communication granted, says the Times-Union of Sun- I east side 'of I secure an adequate( appropriation
was received from who employed city prisoners a portionof the street and with the on the 12th of June. I

l !Ir, W R Moses, accompanying a deed the time. day.The j I exception of perhaps two or three iota The commltee I I for experiments that may ,{' p ?
was quite
eventually lead to thu
to the city from the Model demurrer filed to the bill of the all of the extermination of r.l
Land It
Company J. L. GrIer, salary $40. property on that slJe of the well atended< and was the white

for the lot corner complainant company was also over- street Is completed Contractor fly
at the of Poln- On motion of Alderman Anthony the Porter throughout harmonIous//

Mtta and Banyan, Streets, on which amendment to the ordinance< regulat- ruled, and the Injunction heretofore will commence work on the west side, COUNTIES TO The county committees will meet at iI a
where .
granted, stands pending the final dis- the lanl company own a num- an early date and arrange .all prelimInarIes -

lUnda the city jail and council chamber. ing the price to be charged for electrIc position of the case. ber of lots, and It is understood that all C. Davis, of Madison County, called I for the beginning of an early +

The deed was ordered recorded lights In the. city, was placed on i of the property" owners in the terri attention to the provision In the call campaign, and soon the State of Flor- '
This case, which[ Is ofwlde Import loryeamed.will '4
ind pled Its second reading, after which rules I wlthU the next few prepared by Mr.' Bryan, requiring the I ida will be in the midst of another hot '

Alderman I fancy because many of tile .rjolnta__ _raised _. weeks build walks. This will ba I 'p' lf'f,
politlcakl battle.CAMPAIGN
Anthony again brought up were waived and the ordinance placed n a candidates for the state senate and I t "it's' 14

the ordinance passed at the last meetIng on Us third and final reading, whichIt by the complainants are similar to great improvement to that part of the COMMITTEE.The I
members Il
I of the t'
legislative 'yr'
granting to Dr. Llddy< and others passed The amendment provides asa those set up by the complainants In city, and will prove very convenient to to file I
I campaign
the case brought against the pedestrians who have to make notice of their candidacy with the committee' appointed ;
a telephone franchise. After some discussion penalty for the failure of the light drainage frequent by and under the
scheme of Governor trips= to the state committee and to the said resolution'are- fn ; i1
It was finally moved and car- company to comply with the schedule Broward, is. be- passenger station.It asses- as follows:
ing followed with the Ho.. is. a noticeable fact sment fixed ,by the state committee.He I
ried that the ordinance be restored to of rates charged a fine of not less than nt !Interest that, wheneverany i D. U. Fletcher lrt a
IU The defying of the motion to dissolvethe Improvement Is suggested in the stated that this provision had caused I Herbert L. Dodd S.
second $50 and not than
reading and after an amendment more $300 and the Phillips, A. W Cockrell '
injunction city the :Model much dissension two Jr, John M. *I't.
striking out the clause requiringa forfeit of the company's franchise.On and the overruling of Land Company Is usu- years ago and Bryan C. u ld' r
E. Davis
and i
the demurrer the ally the first to had not been adhered to In some In- A. C. Blount ,
bond to complainant's bill commence active y
In the sum of $500 for the motion of Alderman Anthony the operations j i Jr, and organized y'' 7
Is a decided victory for ,,,and It is further noticeable stances. He moved that the provisionbe by the election of i '
faithful Major Ale that 'D. ?
performance of the contract. ordinance relating to the sale of gaso- U Fletcher as chairman r
ander whenever the stricken from the call and that and H. L. ,
St. the
Clalr-Abraras '
and also the clause giving the city the line at retail was placed on Its third who representsthe company undertakes'lmprovem Dodd< as secretary.
complaining nts they are of very call be amended so as to leave the ;
a sub-
right to purchase any part or parcel of and final reading and was passed. It I
the CONTENTIONS OF PLAINTIFFS.The stantial nature the very best material candidates for the state senate' and
line etc., the ordinance was again Is believed that the mayor will not '
suit which Is obtainable,? being used and merhbers of the legislature entirely Rev. +
Instituted the most
Placed on Its third and final reading veto It.Alderman. against ; WeatherwaxIs

Bud unanimously passed. The latter Anthony called the atten- I the County Commissioners, of Dade mpetent and reliable workmen being under. control of the county committees I II

County, Tax Collector employed. Re-elected
Bc.iuse does and Tax ASHPHsor -
: not take away from the tion of the board tothe necessity of '

coy' the power to purchase the..entire having the street sprinkler out such of Dade County and the membersof ; After some little discussion' this was i I

"Ine, but simply take away the right to days. as yesterday, and suggested tbat the drainage committee and Irrigation LOST. agreed to and the call was changed At the annual meeting of the mem t F

Company of Dade A Fur Boa on day coach of: accordingly. Hereafter these candIdates of
purchase any portion. hereafter the street man receive orders County, seeksto Florida bership the Congregational Church, + ,

Alderman Campbell reported that as to when to sprinkle the streets have the courts-declare; ,certain of East Coast Railway, train No. 35, tlons will be subject to the same regula held In the church auditorium Sunday, / ; Nr lt, :

the East Coast Electric Light. Power from either the mayor or presldenc. ur the drainage laws of Florida unconstitutional February 21st. on leaving train at St as the county candidates and the Rev. F. wyweatherwax was unanimously Jpf

ad and to declare null and Augustine. Liberal reward will be paid assessments for these offices will be elected
Ice Company had erected, the two the council. In this connection the pastor of the church'
are lights on Polnsetta street toward mayor stated that he instructed tli. void the' assessments levied against upon delivery to owner, Mrs. Louis by the county committees insteadof for the ensuing term. a

the' passenger depot, as ordered at the marshal yesterday morning to order me complainant's. lands under these McCall, Keystone Cottage, St. Augustine past.by the state commltee as In the This will make Rev. Weatherwax's: ; ? { in ,4

l ast meeting of the council. out the sprinkler. Street worker Cox, laws. Fla. third term as pastor of the church,

The drainage laws, under which the C. 0. CodrIngton, of Volusla. County, and,if,, the. coming*
Alderman year proves as ,
Anthonyreported that the who. was present, however, stated the! I succeeded in successful 5 r:' I
getting into the a
logged 1 sewer main, which has been he had not received any orders from proceedings were, hade attached as Iluyler'scsndies, Broadwell & MoorCircuit e call a privilege for watchers to official under his pastorpate as the past ;''j.1 i 1 '
unconstitutional'because' r work two have
certain the
i owners church will
uslng so much annoyance, had been the marshal to use the sprinkler. Inside the Indeed, p..,
of land can not compel others',to polling places. He said have been fortunate. During his "" tt1}
pared all obstructions, and It was There being no- further business the Court hat things : r'
with them In \ were worked differently In nections ''
rdered that the street commrttee look board then adjourned.Tate join a drainage scheme, Volusla with the church, ,Rev. Weath '

such, and that the laws are further ,In violation County and that watchers were erwax has succeeded in largely increasing I": ,'
Pr repairs
ou the same, the WeekThe 1 often kept outside of the building'
of the Fourteenth the
"WOng In Amendmentto < membership building up the 1
new sections. etjc.. as mineral Broad. where the voting was done.
Ight' be deemed Borings the Constitution of the United congregation spiritually, -and has lty i

i The bill of necessary. well & Mona States, which forbids the taking of circuit court of Dade County CALL FORMALLY ADOPTED. greatly improved the building and par' '
E. Kuschel for the con- convenes at 'Miami next ?p t
,of property without due process of law. Monday, These changes in the call as introduced sonage. ? i'
fraction certain.8ldewalks March ii
Da- 5th
P\ street on Hartford tires No. 77 $j oo each, atCUDlulluge. It la also charged in the bill that .and the Indications are, having been adopted the resolution Many friends In the city, among all F'' k '
caused a great deal of dIe- that) It 'will be a very lengthy sessionas a
FWion, and 9-13-tf the general law regarding drainage providing for the adoption of denominations will be pleased to learn "r
was finally laid over for there area number of
he Second( I that was passed In 1805,'set aside all cases, both the call was then put and adopted of Rev. Weatherwax's' re-election., I J6HP '
Alderman Anthony civil and:criminal, on the docket formatters
sled that previous laws, Including those com- without a dissenting voice.
he did not consider ,the PhilosophianLiterary to come before the grand jury
Id sidewalks plained of. ', The call provided for the appoInt- PIANO FOR SALE.
a first class Job and did and probably the court will be the
feel Society The jurisdiction of the Dade County ment of a campaign committee of sev- Cost $400 made
that by Haines tl't
H he & Co. '
could vote for the of the two held : .i 't
pay- negroes as
Commissioners, Is also ,denied en of which
of by the memebra; the chairman just'as: good as
new. All sliver
T" bill Said,If.It.could ba suspects in the killing of Mrs. Dora strings
hawn hIm complainants, on the ground that a and ,secretary of the state committee with mandolin attachment. '
that of the Phllosophlan Will sell +
the had At the meeting Suggs.several 'weeks and d.
contractor ago '
idly majority of the property-owners In the should be members. Chairman cheap.
Fletch Call
at "The
Complied with, all of,the:require Society held on Friday February 23, i which the:coroner's jury has never Northern" for
ente of district affected did not sign the pe1.1Uon er stated that he would announce the particulars r
1 hIs agreement in undertak- the program was as follows: rendered a report. Iw T,
t air' the for the drainage, a direct requirement appointment ot that committee later.
Work, ne would vote( for the Recitation by Lenora Shultz. [ The following are names of persons
of the law. On motion of
George C. Bedell SPANISH-AMERICAN y'd
arment ,
of the bill, but he considered Declamation by Carl SIrkin. I drawn from the jury box at the close proxy RESTAURANT '
he Then follows ,review of for P. A. the
Job a the proceedings Dlgnan. member from Du- I have opened
very Poor one and dId'not Piano Solo by Gertrude Rowley. I of the last term _of the circuit court a Spanish-American
,'"*, the ,of the Board In charge ot the val county the campaign committee restaurant at 318 Clematis "'
walks would last ('Alder- Recitation by Blanche D vault. to serve as grand and petit jurors at avenue
ell Great l work, ,closing,with ,the, allegation that was authorized to have printed a cult next door to Majewskl Bakery. '
and Campbell did not quits Recitation by Katie Whlpple. the next: ; term of the said court: Meals #
tree! WIth an assessment was finally levied averaging able number of) copies of the call for and lunches' daintily:
Mr. Anthony and both the Declamation by Rob. Strahan. J. W. Marshall; ,F. C. Gardner, Chas. 'served.Special-
intlemen more than $7 per acre, and Im- the primaries. and rules, etc., for distribution ties: "Aroa Compollo,"
believed Recitation by Irma Williams.. Oossman J. Picadllla.'la. .
thll.t.1 the section.of ; T Peters, J. W. Galloway, ;
avement : posed on lands regardless, .their Val- among the various Catalan
county. Potage de Judla
referred'to.wse'u good .U Declamation by Jim-Wlinon. F. W; .Amason,. E. ''T. 'Higgs, D C. Rebellto da
is claimed TO
nod Ie ue. It that of a total assessment EXTERMINATE TilE 'WHITE Guebo. Geo. WllIlams'Proprletor. '
any other on that street, Mr- Reading by Susie Bell-Darling. of $145,000 Brown, 'K. C. Goodwin; W. E. March,
rent ,' over25,000' was FLY. .
that the >holes 1 1u the walk .The above meeting was to have been D. S. Bryan, Win. Mettalr, G. G. New- -
ere levied on the lands of ,the two complaining Hon. W. L. Palmer'"of Orange Coun- ATTACK ON
I, the use by a,failure to ***** held on February lCthr but'owing to: companies. comb, H. A. Carlisle,..J. W. Braddock, ty called attention to the Importance SOUTIL ; rl

e cement, but that hey had *" the fact that a number of those who The bill closed with the cases, 'Hick. F. C. Hampton, R. F. 'of securing Washington! 'Feb. '27.-Representa
11 I prayer early as possible the services tive ,
"right repaIred and< the walk w. now were on the program for that date were relief and the Issuing of an,Injunction Hoyle. Julius Smith, J. ,'B. 'Earnest, J. of Government expert to Kelfer?of Ohio,baa Introduced, his
mae a bill to
How v rJtvnur: deeUed.tofor unprepared, tha ;meeting' was post* Grant Fenno, W Bn Faber ,Wm Han- reduce 'the number of Repre'l'
ot pa, restraining the levying and collecting study ,of the white fly, an Insect that senatlves In' th.1Iouse
tebill a while longer aDd poned. Ray Mark. DOne, (I, A. Woodruff,"C. Pence, E. B. baa 6f the Southern
ad of the tax. This was granted pending appeared among the orapge groves States
a. to the lasting I IHuyler" final Douglas,' B., Qj BalL. B. Sutton, L. F. of because' of the disfranchisement -
UallUee the disposition of the ease. a number of south Florida counties.He ,of

The of the walk. Candies. Badw ll & Moo* 'DEMURRER, IS FILTOD. Hoofer? K.,L AUrtln, Chas. ,Foreman, told of the.work being done by the The bill negrovoters makes ). ,. ,

following F.; ''-.Harper..; J... B.,, ) the reduction as fol.
ere accounts and salaries On behalf of. the defendants :Attorneys ; Weir .J. Taylor, department'' i agriculture lt'' ;
'tad, and ordered S. a. Stanley ,:B. J. along this lows: Alabatna. f rom 9 to 6.,Arkansas
j ,
path'8sat FOR ,
CoRRt ; ? X;|W.Oodcrell A,Son; and I. W and Baldi that the orange growers from 7 ,to 5 '

ComDany Illectrio Light, Power and Wlndwlll, Tower, Pump and Tank:, Metcalf,'filed! ,*motion,to;dissolve the "JJ4 of;Florldaiw, ra greatly:interested and giafrom' ; Florida, f from 3 to'2;>Geor i
11 to '
cortected? .\\lU1. $9150.( la $fairly good condition, will be sold t t, and -dem the :,JUST RECEIVED.: .ev ..effort 61Luulefana; ,, trom'7
ntJln> injunction, a rr r to ,bill ry should beI'made td secure to 31; k\8aI\ '
dewallla sbeen,; ung'stakes"fo. e1t.; cratr eacrtflcr. 'Tower SO feet high of the'co plah ta.. A new iapbly'orte4filce'egg: plant these) expert*)that;the>government CaroUaafn: lppltrom;(; 8"to,iIIf.N'orth: I, ;,

r' '6.60. of tank 10,000 .jallon*, tomatoi Mtjocfta:! prates AbM] bwaabask J.O to-6;*South Carolina,.
.fOCi- I'"' yf1oD4"caPacltT Tbe prtnclpl' fact brought) out I In < sending .tttvotudy'the 1D8eeta-tnd from -7 to I
scarenger'' work 'and'ilinl. ."AppJr'J'.'D.' Donnetty.! 'Clark! Estate, t v.and. plne ppU..cratssv, East the ; 'elul..tttr"10 to, .
i ... J ", \ p', ( f, pro ert methods of exterminating 9'Texas j '
j111t.80.", Palm Beach., 1m ''c.-O.--: : ea. Pea. a, Coast .Lumber and<< Supply,! Company. them.4.' u, ., .,"from 16,to. M. .;.Vlrglnl*; troaad'M'a?i ;I :
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FEBKUAUY tf% 19M\ \

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I This Is the Justly Celebrated

1 TUB TROPICAL SUN New Fraternal Interesting Facts THE ACME MARROW

mocr P.p r at bud County. Florlda1 About Florida
c ._ .. = =. OrganizationJudge Every op-t to-dstI. t'rnlrrshouldhnvanne.'. VW arts < (Rents; for bngtG

tl>lt.hed Every \\\eil ncmlat aDd Saturday Florida's acr-g-; ;; Is 87.931.520, SIRKINCOMPANY' I
"T W.ST.ALM.AON OA.a OOUMTV -L.Ott'O.' Minor S. Jones this week Florida haa an area of 59,268, in are Size One-Horse

fraternal organization '.'
charter to a
granted a f
B .....,III..rloN .CHICK.() I.UCl: < 'PKU.: VBAH miles t
--.. to be known as "The Brotherhood Florida has 1,050,088 acres of landn
of Man: the home ottlce of which cultivation.
Puitlishlng Corap'y.CHAS. '
k Tropical la'to be West Palm Be chAn t.thus 1'' loridav! 'produces a greater variety of Men

I B. KENDALL, Manager. loth the Cottage City take the lead ol Crult, vegetables and farm crop than Dressers to

-= D'lorida cities In the matter of home other State In the Union. .
K i,. ..t *| the Comoffir of tt e.( ea..n t ; i. ........0..1... ma'M' Insurance.The Florida's average death rate per

.- Brotherhood of man Is to be a and Is oulv 10.89. to'flt In a
----- -- fraternal Insurance organisation, and thoif We III'I' prepnred) .votl
lorida Is the beat hunting and fishIng -
INJUNCTION' WILL STAND the order: will follow along the r w'ral
State east of the Mississippi: river.
line of fraternal societies but will have.jj
-- Florida has a greater extent of seacoast 1
a. ii..w d-ia iiuuu :a a i alui m
i >ntiitu-. tram I'Mtf II. will inure the lives of its members in than any other State; OK

that there was no has torty-llva railroads including -
demurrer were Florida
the and will pay
f sums from ,$500 to $3,000
J jurisdiction for a court of equity that in addition the sam of one hundred the brano hand lumber roads. TROUSERS
is the State in the .
Florida only
will Issue
i there are no grounds for Interference dollars funeral benefit It '

1 of a court of equity that would not paid up policies and total and permanent Union, producing sponger; harvest to mill. lilt-wit, .icHciuiinnt "
worth half a million dollars a, year.
One of the at-
1 Justify Its Interference In any case of twtltliT'S disability. policies.of the order will be Florida Is leas subject to extremes of t l'< | Ida 1'Ileta. Pilicol, Htutv ..,,,..hCIfI ..Iz- 1M flO.OO.: delivered nt your st\ |In,

"threatened" Invasion of real or personal the creation of a surplus which shall temperature than any other State In \Ve\ have other HZ! S. Write UK fur cliculiir prices.

v property and that the bill showed larebtoJ. with the iiioinbUB la sums the Union.
ua ,
that the Board of County Commission- not tovexceed the face of their bene- I Florida leads all other States as a HATSNeglige Hatchett-DaCamara Hardware Go
to the provision aid health seekers.
era did not act pursuant IVMary certificates: to be loaned on resort for tourists

of the statute enacted under good securities, without interest and ; Florida has a greater variety of trees Shape Soft Hats West Palm Beach, FloridafOOOOOOOOOOOO 1JIURkIIAIII'f'

t forms of law alleged to be unconstitutional returnable in small. onthly payments. than any other State In the Union. .. -.- -.- -- .- ---

and therefore unavailing to The order Is officered by home men Florida produces cotrpn,( corn, sugar .-

confer the powers of assessment soughtto some of whom have hid large experience cane tobacco, (Ice pineapples oranges ,I

be exercised. in fraternal Insurance work and grapefruit guavas, peaches, plums You are Bt n loss eonietlnneain )

Other points of less general Interest thoroughly enthusiastic as to lemons, pecans, times figs grapes, to know wtUlt to I\, You Q
who are Went Palm Brach.Fcb.17,19(6No '
', were also raised the contentions of tho future of the new born organization. matoes-In fact a varied assortment of know' however Ih tOll, :$

counsel being of a technical nature. .The officers who will manage the crops and fruits many of which can- wHtit the llil...... Wethem. Iltlvlt, WhatPRICE
At the same time was filed a motion follows: not be successfully'grown farther north Matter
i affairs of the order are as
to dissolve the Injunction and dismiss except In hot houses.
H. J, Sterling, supreme: councilor. Coffee much or little just,
the suit, on the grounds that the 'allegations Vice Coun- Florida also produces kaolin whichIs too have been paying for your
W. :J. Green, Supreme
; of the bill were not sworn to, produced superior to any other I try our p lund uf our
that there Is no equity In the bill, and known. It )Is so abundant that It would'
la; J. B. McGinley, Supreme mid Colored CHIIVHSSHOES
In the case in which' the Florida East Councilor. pay to manufacture it Into Ornamental White 25 Cent Coffee

Coist Railway Is complainant that the bricks. 8

a X.tilted States Court has no jurisdiction J. E. Llddy Supreme- Financial Coun- Florida produces phosphate and If y u are II judge ul' K""rt d flee, as well HH f- nd of' good coffee,

R both parties being residents ofF cilor.C ,M. M.errlll. Supreme Physician aluminum and gypsum that will rim -" for )Men 'V. men anil\ CtSMreri\ ibis, blend of out.sat 35 sedan pound wilUurpuse and delight you

lorida. 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Also g
Councilor.The .
ACTION OF COURT. organIzation of the Brotherhoodof a superior quality of white cement, I

The points raised in the demurrerand well adapted for ornamental tile brl"k
Palm Beach may meanI
In West
tha motion to dismiss were arguedat : Man Florida abounds in Immense depositsof Sirkin Q
the city
1 great deal' for the future of The Comp'yJtUVrsoii l
Locke I phosphate rock.Twenty BURKHARDT
length.; before Judge James and it will certainly fill a long felt L. W FINEST GROCERIES

by the counsel for both parties, briefs I I want In the way of Insurance for the ) Block N U. let our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed. 1 1tint
and the matter taken Year Battle. o
were submitted 11
while Books.
poorer classes, especially, Florida will pay you to purchase our Coupon
ntkr advisement by the court. plan will be far reaching and beneficial I. WBK n. Inwr. .In a. twrnty veer buttle. West Pa'm Beach l

Yesterday Judge Locke announcedtht all in life. wi'" chronic nitHtH! ntntiftrant" ann a, N H -Tli" hula did, not wont UH to tell about this coffee; |

: he did not consider the points for men in positions Instituted until I Irlert Kucklen'-i Arnlrn SOve ;; .re selling enough now to make their arms ache A
U f** .Ye
As soon as a good strong lolge which turn t the ''idf. l hy ciiHighfth, Ii
r raised: to be of such nature as to war- ,. ,..lln hI. It A
In this city, the. general organizer UU not a truce i nisi writA :\1. *
r Tint the dissolving of the injunction, will work up lodges In other R'tice of Him1'lie' V' Biwt 'or cud: I FOWLER B R 0 S. & KING lttrrmnntrmnrnrnnnnnmir

end he orders that! it stand as granted. I and the UIo......, Cntu, Burnt AI VVoiimU 25' O-a0O-4O-
cities in and out
I nt nil .t'UIlKI"I
nt.l3g the final disposition of the MACHINE SHOP
1. I benefits of the Brotherhood will be held 1

ease ",. out to everyone. Biltniore C'fum Bjlo".ll,Moore l- ", ", m"rmmm"m"m'lt" ; ", ", '
The demurrer, as stated in the open- OA" fOIN REP. HS A VPECfaL7YALL .

i t.11it paragraphs was also overruled I KINDS oj LA'Hf i ana SHAPE WORK -

o'd the'suit must now come to trialon Tax Assessor's Notice. ITCH-RINGWORM.E Ii

r its merits. O. But T. Lucas Wlngo, Ky.. wrItes GAS ENGINE !SUPPLIES The.F ie el plarmaey
County tax assessor. George April 26. 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I C '+
tau; -ual Interest attaches to this to .
notice I
ler has I'suel the following :\ SALE n
had been afflicted with a malady FOR -
ea because of the similarity of the rela- 'I I 3|
7 .- the tax payers of Dade County known aa the 'Itch.' The itching was Solicits YOUR Trade.
rots raised in it and the suit of theo : Lake Front 3
J' assessing of county real Near Ferry Landing,
tive to the I
ir/OMt unbearable; I had tried for ...
them States Land & Timber Com- I for the ensuingyear ...
and personal taxes years to find relief having tried all WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA -
l'inv vs. N. B. Broward as Governor I II the dates on which I! I
and giving Moderate 3
in- remedies I could hear of besides a. g We give Pure Drugs at ]
ri I al. A motion to dissolve the and locelitien you
certain plices
he will islt ,number of doctors. I wish to state that i

ju i :tlon granted in the latter case and has for the purpose of receiving. said o--e s'ngl' appllcat'on! of Ballard. i'I E i Prices, put up by +q, Eegistered 1
be, 'i argued before Judge Locke I
assessments-! : Snow Liniment cured me 'completely I II
lj < till under advisement: Silver Palm. c: Pharmacist.ji .
March 1 -
I and permanently. Since then t have II
Mar"h 2.-Cutler. I
THEY" FEAR CENTRALIZATION. used the liniment on two separate occasions II --

The big guns at Washington seem to :I March March 3.1 R--Perrlne.Co"oftmtt Grove. completely for ring 2Gc, fine worm and and$1.00.it cured I Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice' Cream ||

Ie",ttlng worried over the tendencyto March, O.-Lpmon' City. -4 ,
Sold by A. O. fl'egel! j
in the hands of the
utralUe power I Merch 7.-tittle. Rl"rr.
== Al(I 1UEOCL
... j ...
t 1 ":al government. They argue that March 8.-Ar-h Creek. f" I I

i i I'tiA tendency to. give every sort of 1 Mrch 9.-Fnlforl. A t h.*, ulifully' I lit Isltprl/ new' ? li p, twocc t o vCllr C .v, Onuliirtle, New York r"I1./l..1|| ( PluiriMiiji ;S J
... 'e *i if;re. tKrnit'e-t'lili'K. : -pirk, I'TV'
to government departments
{ 10' r )March 11.- Tallandalo.
rr c issions,, ; 'or bureaus keeps +up it March 12,-ponlaMarh hx4.aatr jncUrifil. Ptu, Jino, AlPiiUrr'n 7111j11lIIIJlIl1I1UI111U1tillllllJllUl' & UmmmmwAlIJlljL
KlMti on 1lulldtug; \Visi ftt m
w nut be long before the government n: -Ff rt I.' uderdale.A'arcb -

ri tlu people instead of the peopler 14.I'omrano.'Jlarrh Ibnth. F. "C. BELDEN CO

fi the government."If EeerfleM.MarchlT \
u g IS -
{ J B Ilnrdolvk. th" ....!1''' Vroeiiigrcn'fr
the Federal government cout to 19.-Delray.llarrh I IS ftDAPPER
t ...it if ihe' "il'fI..1 I 1'BCI Hi" CUpID
to centralize" said Speaker ; 20. Bovton -
-I rl'.l>l yinK; H fin IIIM, of nrrii/ >' kMtl'enw Florist and Souvenir Deal r
Cannon In a speech the other day, "wes March 21.-Bovton. ..re Read ht-4.. udrrrtt..tllent' .Iar.) .
i.'n find that we ha,re a vast bu- 'Mar[ "h 22 to 24.-West Palm Bench DRIVER

r :111"ratio government which will ,\tarrh 26.-Neptune.March .here ------.- l.avc l leased thu old IllllUr store In the Zui>t bloi'K. mid will 01 en up with dun
r ''ipfflclent 1 : if not corrupt." And 27.-Hobe Sound. CROUP. Anil'" .).illi-Mlli. i.>.in. in rosin filHliiiin Souvenir Spoon!]
Cards and
I II'M Iii, "|>'hsflir lit ""H"mf"' Christmas Goods, Postal
>Mr. Cannon Is not the sort of a man March :29: to 30.-Stuart. Begins with tits symptoms of a com
** .I.I llVIUllUUM, nl'IHf( N<*W Yeill'H It. oott it.*they can. get their, gods in pla' *,e.
i wltho. Mtml
I t. i I 11 i:uu nun, n ili.i rilxi'H nor,

Hepreaentatlve McCall of .AlassaphuBI : The following personal notice la al-I .-sore, throat hot'slrln. "tll"': 'ptij:.+M.bptrsencsi Valuable Presents Given Away Next WeekCull
said about the same thing tachfld to the announcement Cboiucsi Earth Groceries
tt. just I. : and impeded reap ration. \ on mid, .... themowney'at .
whi.a arguing against the Hepburn "The law requires every property !. G've frrquent small dons of Uil:ant.ii, ,
,.. ,. ..I.I.. I I..K Illl'lll.LIIIM 'Bulk
I. 'I! i l
;? rats bill "At the rate we are now or lesral representative of tha Caxniies> iii Box and
I owner I HorEhound Sjrup (the cl lid til' rr," I HI Kliier, mill,,,I II" wll h, ,rYr ...
n'o 'ing," he said "It will not be long owner, to return all property, real and. for it) and at the first sign uf a tn>Upv "PunI/ in up nt .soin iliH'C" 'in mi lituirII ,

i b for> we regulate everything an:"I j je. personal on blanks fnrtit'he'l for the cough; apply, ire nmntly B'\lIal'd's Snow ., .1.! '\H t''d/l. 1.1111| llllrHI' ........ ..................... .....e.........."..
,rvboJy: from Washington. You cannot I rumoBO by the aawwor, (these blank Llnlinent to the\ throat. .1> _. S i\ -I'lji-i-, tow H I.IMIM| lower.FABE .

govern: the whole universe from a i will he sent by mall to nil applicants\ Mrs A. \let.! New Castle Colo:;

81.,c I II' point and have a' shred of llberu i who fall to we"t the assesror. on re- writes. March 19\ 1302: : 'I thl-lt .BaVlard's. \ BROS..' : J. E. H1\RO\J\lleK.' \ 1, ,

survive." I ceint of retire' sump) between the Horehound Syrup a nderlul): Mark' t 4j\d Oroo rvmrtn ..
This remark was called forth by the I I fiat day of Jan""ry and the lint diy "
I remedy and so pleasant to take. \\ f-\1':\ p.\1.1\1 lji't 1'I\ : Groceries and Family Produce
pro. sltlon In the Hepburn bill to lot ;, of Arrll or each ye>r. If such per Sold by A. Q. I, ll.eij-1 l. !

th'' ii 'testate Commerce Commission :! I'on. or their. agents fall to returB --..-,- -------.1! : r At Living Prices.

ha ,omplete power in making ratjaBO 'their rroptrtv for assessment as ro- I ; -
e < ; ; .
for M Amortrn ,
R M P'itn-r. agent t pi I foat "Tattler Invoice of
that not even the courts could rev -; ",'lrp'l by l low the a'teeeaor Ii commanded ', Ai "''',' H.VI, nor & I 1' '.metUUHIMI aNt Pleasure. I' : Just Opened Up a Large

t w their acts, except to decide i to assets It n* 'unknown.' (> III'orr d I.nll"" trnp"rtr.i. t'. owls' "" I lTElTCHEN WAKEClelllHllH
: For IvIi're EXTRA FINE l GHA \ !\
whither they were sat15'a-.tory: 'Senal I "It U not the legal duty of the naaeroor I' at lion' Iluilili x I .' !

j i Lodge made the ".un,' !Joint when to examine the reoorls of the -Ttt(tI s'..,.inlh'In0.K''.'r Ittm I MI"II C bt..ift.iifuljli t b .kurhh"'byt in' n.WinyH '.

be( 11: "I am not Yet roady to sub- I rounty .for: the purpose of ascertain Puttirl' ( \ e Plat trot. Bu'ldntpd.y'' : ,. : 'ntl. ,. o' *' h VGioc it fit KM I'ru,0x| > I-*U """I'lte', 'i : Avenue. . Jp. \VeHfotU. ilHW'\',
inli, lni' i.f 6.|"nt> uiki i h.i'l HIIIBurkliatdt : n O O. & "< y I. *'
n i it *
rtlt ti an executive oomn'lsilon forth Ilnr the ownership of real estate in or.der Union .1, = !; ................................ .......<>...a..
'+mrti of the United Statea.. I that he may aq..u the property n u -

7't Th M,' lately expressed. views ai well i to tt* legal owner 'but It is tha duty 'j Patroize home industries Sii.a- ., a enA., ',.
1 liJn. .lfll.bll'K. in sal ali"UKHMiIu ..'.,..v. ..rr.'r'.r r .. ,au.au A.u
t' as ,1 my others show tnat a good minypi of every property! qwner. It possible e it. ,nnniber, cnu. inni .t will( tllrrestEu'emats han9': Itt3m f!: Lau i dry IH HI.U UIUIUIM( r

o le are beginning to realize that a to meet the assessor at the appointed .k',;'! till. Send tie, your' v\i>, ik nI
t V rate making commission: might be' adam place and time, or. at his office la the \ I ; G. G. Strohm Company

In Miami and'return bin
court house
Ik, ;> rous thing unless the court are ---.- .- "-'- .
gl/en the right to prevent a misuse of property. This I respectfully urge all ,

through, a Judl-Ial review. property OW frs to do. If the prop I wind to Infminei' '5 |1''''IH'i' M,.."n',4riittIIUIUI ,! '.
6 power ItHt MtlWwiif. W HI. I'"a,II,, 11\. < ||4 I R0eERIESiFancy
-T erty owners to do. If the property till lUMV n'tNill'. ( VUIII 111.1.( ".'.. I.I h, HUM F71MILY ,
owners will co-operate with me the |1"00011'- lit your. u\v \\ "I i.IIIKUIH, 01 + I
s A Tragic Mulsh. xN'KIIuo'I'/ .. and W MII )"" I.nl II )"" I
i'I r roll can be made correctly la every mill wunt' hi 'uiinu, <. I inn' nui i i n "\\ 'Il'''). ,
'Iraki "I.itAlr." hid Itend" "."I., it I i
A w ichm n'" n g ret irrmiltnl a particular" n I''ltly"Irli1 IlI'l. '1' + '' .r Food Products
dilcr whiclirhiM'o al |Iwrt i > nv in i. In l bids: t. N'Tih: Si-a: I
i tlf vrat : I :; ; ; .
U fin rtlMtnrfTl >
Busiest house In town. Evan band .
a 9P +
l he.C"iiif .
finder could: have ntnpprrl, to to' iriinnUutviilt me. thu0henuti'wutr., \ ) ; 1 '
l 'y the crowd ... .. 1..1 i 1''jrioIU'/ e ,
H riiinoim a..II"v""Ia'I"IC..n| en en- played to keep moving atIdner 1".1..1 Ipuu, .I"Il'''' ) ) "
.*.1.1.. >i uJKHM" I Ixdl, ixi mine HuU ra- '
| and'Provisions.
llollai": In likemann.rKnnethMllvar.nlVeneeboro.hle- Grain i
r', Li tIr' s. ,IIIM, .i eiwl, *b)' Mil. u in mull-/if tin, Mood t i. not t -xt ;: '
.. .. .,
tiMi ('1111 arvlla ili ) iriMjUt nti '.,
-'h'Id; a little' cod tn vo unno'icrdm ; : in'iiLMt'*t*iitmiu. 'hll"jllI. lui\ttliHl, tMun '
sl d' p | Iritfic finish w 'only HI red hyI //VRE YOU RESTLESS:! AT :NIGHT.. ,ty lioum\tif.c'nix vxpt'ilfint' lurk with nut'" run'ulth.1I"I1"nnla. INaI| | V ir ; JEFFERSON BLOCK

s', '. Kinit'x Nfw Olxrovrrv lie wiltr : and harraased by. a bad cough Use win iiutnl Wiiu-ltiiiMktr.I hud ouulxntor'
.. .
t Three floclort guv mil'' up t die of .I l krn'n '
'v.. I"',, Hal lard's Horebcund Syrup, It will secure I Phew luulrC tllltftl III Ito | |) >i *|t| fMHIII1HPt1 I Iael.oro
IIIIIK ;n,.8 .mn.ltn" C.U.II, nridrct.ed tlllt'''I I I IHHU'tMtllltd:::: 1llNllMtllMMI i sad i West Palm Jaen Ph. Florida:
1 V cnl ; l but Or Kit,jr Nw Dicrevcrya you Bound Bleep and effect a I guarentuu' ...'I.rll..I"I ervey etlae. w...
rd 1 Ji'v Gn'ranlr, .I I hest nuiuhd \ and radical .'our
niv prompt cure* :
R ... c.,.<> i ure, at HI flrn'yutMi..; $oc .i.i\ Sold by A. a. RJegtt E. A. WALKER. EXPPRT WATCHHAKER. AND .eolrot.ol.orot.u.. If .". ti'
$i u> Trial >M>ttl.. f t> Jefferson block West Palm 'Bench I II

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of ever since we bought the I ; a
I place Tb.tt I
was II II.It made tne I laugh when you t\'l'rvthln! ,; In the printing' line at ri"""' '" """' ""' 1) i '
; The
Tropical 9nn. Sod all work executed
THOUSAND said you were losing: a thou>ana. It In the .. .
1\ seemed very neatest and latest
so funny. You must not try style of the art.DeW..tt's. I''. .,
YEAR. farming,. for a living. AS to the rest, I- i4 a''
A I,.h e1' face flushing rosily, -am wllllua .
[ __ 1,1'Dy to help you, Allan. ra Salvo : r1 r1Itif
Fran: She looked at him shyly, butt his aco For Plles..Darna, Sores ldt hr
hud 4
suddenly grown stern; Ho shook
his head> hopelessly \ 4 SILK PETTICOATS

CfI ylrrpld I tuna hsnMV/ wwwvvaY: "1 must take It all back. Lois" ho in NOTICE. 4 :

i groaned. "I cannot make a living for County Judge's: Court Probate Jurls- '

''icros* on open spade BO lea one;. But here come your father" I dlcton Dads County State of Florida.In 4 ;k

tenc&n\ cover and cover a8..to e Mr. Brlstow reined In beside'th em. the Matter cf the Estate of Patience 4 1,
of bush tall ando his face inquiring "
IInlll'elslon P.
i Ward Deceased. 4
Il liD # '
and then a wild chorus of "I what are I
nOse .ello. you waiting here'for Notice Is hereby given tbat on the r
; accompanied by a' ?. exclaimed. "u. 4 ii: ,
r.W\'eI'IUg. yelP Plunging frantically acres outwitted you, whY'l1on't' you one start fox has another second day of July, A. D. 1906, 1 shall I 4 ---": ------- "' -

Uie clilnijuapln ? 'Vlln :\ present my accounts for final settle- "i
trxnturattl P fwd Into t's the matter? You I look 4 i '
meat and for } ii '
beond.;\ liken (unernh, apply my discharge aa 5
bnebos ccct farther on wee an outJ1Ihlllltlge '' "1-1 have been telling Allan-Mr. executrix of the Estate and of the Last

But t fifty} broken by crevices and Tlsdale-about our falling behlnU.I : Will and Testament of Patience P. 4 We have some very neat'and stylish Petti- '

tUlJUcla Into a natural and Safe biding stammered Lois, "You see be r.poke' Ward, deceased, to the County Judge.I I ;1%

for tile bunted. From the "f6 buying a farm and following our < Sample at Miami, Dade County Florda.
I tJig plate I fax imd been started an and I couldn't lot \him go on VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT; coats in Taffeta Silk in the leading colors. These -

i winding and doubling course thinking the valley was as prosperousas
tore. Its Executrix of the Last Will and Testa- ,
toward it looked ou the I
tending gradually
had been ylUln. as nn Idea that Mr. IJristow's face tell "Might have ment of Patience: P. Ward, deceased 4 are all madeFULL .

alp attern1nylug with the dogs until weary waited \until a rainy: day" he grumbloJ H. PIERRE] BRANNINQ 4

9 or perhaps feeling the need "and not spoil a goad, chase with such Attorney for .
i ot or the feet It could wblsk Into safety. For news But long's It's outers out and Executrix and SELF-TRIMME'
few minutes the fox bad tan.Iallziugly I suppose you couldu't da.!J.tlllng'laBs ,
1M last checked Its speed until the '' ;Lois. We couldn't< stand by and allowa An'Qatiajon I laks Worth 4 A'

311wI! of the pack almost closedRLv guest to ,run tho chance of lotlug Now it* ycur" app "tuiiily. to visit points 4 in and 'ruffles. Come in Black Alice Blue ,
the) <">** tall: then, with a Bud- money, of course. Yes Mr. '1'I..dlllo"b18 .of falsest 1 shah 1...",. W'Tili Take a ,

dell Jftuwt tilt, the brush rose Into the face becoming' as ovrrrast aa their tri'", ''Munyon'H I* HI' d, Rlvlra. tbej I _
8 It In i parting salute and narrow own "It's true. We'll have to sell famous Purple Champagne Green and the changeable 4
Imrner lf as dropped Into one of the the \'alley-thl finest property I ever !PCM inrrttrtis the> hurt, or elsewhere 4 ,

ItsdiSllPlolntl11ent owned. A man craft star It to S Iii-iiii{ l1! low 111 Kl s until February
crevices, leaving without.the pack A yelping few mln- .behind a thousand dollars every year I lit, im the launch Rosmlnd A. 1>. Merchant 4 colors, Red and Green, and Blue and Green.

later[ two horses with their riders with nothing In the background" mll l..r. 4 ar b
t'j N
1Itell too space! and came to a stop Allan stared, half rose In L'.a: saddle r 1
/ dogs. fI ,, his face becoming transllBured./ 4 --
KjoioHa! this I For SaleA
.. If ItIsn't "A thousand dollars!I" he cried Joy.
ho escaped
I { ftm glad laughed one of ously. "Is that what you mean? Can f 75 BroFius spring! motor sewing( / machine .

uportflnianllUe would get you run a place like this and only run OU'lnxl. cost wn #75 ; will ell 4
the dogs
I 1 felt sure -I.
biro ,
Bliinj; tile back there they were behind a thousand dollars?" For $25. U M Putter Pint lion. Building 4 ; I : '
I, "That's what I said," rather testily,
enclose, It was a narrow escape.. "and enough for a man to lose o'' Z Z'r1B

| "|'m the not other so sure answered.of that Miss"The Bris-fox year, the Lord knows." every I HEALTH. I R A NNIN I G R 0 S 'j'jLADIES'

tow such Allan whirled to Lois. Means the ability: to do a good day'swork 4 >a
|trUck me I1S looking too fresh for "I'll take all that back once more without undue fatigue and to .

Iitonjorous, propinquity to be natural. be cried, "what' I said last I can ml1koa find life worth living. Ycu cannot 4 i

|Hjardlnif l'v9 011 Idea this/! Ills ledge plans! and were that all he laid was re- Then living to, his and puzzled I want host you:to"Don't help ino." have indigestion! ) or constipation! 4 OUtFIttERS:: :: ::

himself with the dogs. you without Its upsetting the liver and 4
imewly, arousing sell the farm, sir. There won't be
and start them In any the blood. Such a conditionmay PALM BEHCH FLA
Spill t call them off need. I thought Lolj-she's promisedto polluting 4 e WEST $
search of a new scent? Nothing can be my wife you know-meant be beat and quickest relieved byerblne. .

drag this fox from his. stronghold pounds. That's: what I've been b-.llg., [{ the best liver regulator that r .t' .
) Know," But the world known. r't't H
yours are dollars-dollars.! Duu't baa ever .
His .
) -So: watt until comes. you see the difference will be nearly Mrs. D. W. Smith wr'tes April 3, 1
telling behind meant that his horse I "" """ "'V\'tr "" "' '' '' '''' '''
) four t.I1ousllndl01ll1rll7 That will be 1902: "I use Heroine! .and find It the ''
cllt t torns!', and he probably u"as gone a nice prollt for us with what the faun for ana __ _.__H____ ________ .,' 1 I II
nest medicine -constipation .
buc\\! to the stable tor anothe;. lIe will yields.! I will buy part of the valley -- --- ---------- --- -- --- ------- t d
I 50c.
regulating the liver ever used.
um life before long. or the whole of It If you like: or we will
her lightly urging Sold by A. Q. Riegsl. I Broadwe! & I Moore
She ( horse ,I
; live on it together. I Ify It u "MM! H yt'inn I''i iW Ar r'IIIII'|

hlm to tie top of the ledge, from wtttchhry Mr. Brlstow was choking Finest fashionable souvenirs of all yards line, "11,1\ ) Off tKDilm.. nt. .

could! look down Into the valley. I "You anti! Lois may Us that up between kinds and prices at Idner's. H. M I Potur !'l..< Iro lUiililint< |
hue tallowed closely. you." he gasped at last. "Tho 1)CUggi H ts II IIdrf

IOU la one of the most blt\utltulllpGta problem Is too complicated far: me But ----- --- r

ever .nw," be said as his gaze swept I'm glad the vulley Isn't to be sold. JL'ctro. I .. IK '''II ItlllCk It J'1 J : I 1\ I ::11: I 1 1\( II 1

I tar tlie broad fertile acres of the Now let us get the dogi on a now West; 3saoh 7 )inter I IJ "' t'Biltmoria

ann to the lofty ridges that Inclosedt scent. The foxes will be gDtt'.us: old ---- Huy ei's C.Lnllies rya

every side. "You have the gran- and fat If we leave them like this" I 1'1.II.'lvl..H".I.. .' / IH tllf, IllUt' (frillll.

tflf of wild, untouched nature joinedo Bettered TI I e I llOllcinCl d I'omm.in.Mnir. ,I Hn ,"I., w of CI'O, > m rvVi
rural life I (
+ He cbiit-m of peaceful -ara
Worth,' and ,the Uo.vnl, I'., Lllk"l Mineral 'Vattr
combination.! How the Uev. Mr. Johnston a Scottish .:
+ Bin eye left the valley and came minister and the author of numerous West Talm Beach -

tek to ber, with an expression In books succeeded in getting one of Ev rjr ronl eniener! ,. and fiiinfnri" "ir' tr.\lall oulrrr, r"I\"th '! P

1 CU1 that wade her turn away with a his: works reviewed Ly AlosuuJer! l.us- D Lockwood.Proprlfctor, mii
  • rnri. '> pliers,: filed'i 1q/1q11''
    set the distinguished editor: of tile 11'
    lolf etjille Allan bad been here two I V 1 t I
    10lltlJII now( and in that time had Scotsman is told by tho writer of "[-'11. J / the Lake knten.nyn.nyn.nynyn9en. S. .w fe0i/0A0e0k10it0il0i/Ot10A0AO.10N / t+iv

    'o fed things that had not hitherto maul: Editors." LtakeViecuFronting: Polnclana .o..o..o..o..Ollto..OIltOllo..OIlt"1It! w.OJ"! ......'i.ar..r.we, vsur..lit ;' 1e n0e
    otulCd lute his plans for a livelihood. A member of Mr. Johnston's congregation ;: Royal t1
    valued servantIn and Whitehall
    was uu old and -
    baud trembled It check- c
    j slightly as *
    family When the bel \ I Catholic churuh ... B'lnrrt, H"t and Colfl 1 ,
    : !the restiveness of his horse. Mr. ItuHRel's Ollv. tre.-t we. the Drlilgi an Rooms! a.a. ,{I< < 7, +

    "Tmt:It U beautiful here, and we areOPPI' preacher published his new book bo tiiilbn f 2 per day. special rntesby week MRS! J C. LAU1HKR Pn p. q. \ "
    S this member to bring It under I or = 0
    --- .
    ibo\ answered! bAt there was --- --- "
    S tibIa la !her voice. Then with sudH the notice of her master w.th the request NOW OPBIN ,<
    to review It In the columns of I am After: H, ?
    j miller"You ought to be happy the !Scotsman.! Glad to be of service The E a rr man A Winter Resort that o. .1
    oa Mr. TlsUale, if, as they say, It It will Please t ,
    to'her master the good woman lost no you o '
    We r
    pti'lty! that makes happiness. 1
    time In making her wish known ta( the Loca'e.. All "Modern Improvemei te. t.,r
    ad a letter from Emmet yesterday. Near Lake Worth and Centrally V + r
    ud 1)0 writes ; of mine. celebrated editor and next morning WM. D. VAN'T WOUD Btx 127 West I-aim Beach, Fla. ? J
    your .
    "The Gospel Roll" beside his -- ---- I: ,
    placed -- -- Your
    ---- ---- -- Trade n
    + 9 thinks there Is a lot of_.money In A'" Select Boardlnz-House! oll CurDIIure

    AaJ," looking at him Inquiringly, breakfast When nt cup.'Breakfast Mr. Rtissel took t r!. 0 l ho Order |:
    h. writes as thobgb he might pur- /T\19a\ I rO oa |
    the book and remarked with a merry 'I Located on Olive nt., near 0' k
    'I' I up ) ,
    W nn interest In the mine. twinkle In his eye. "Helen this la un the I oV co 1.1 i n 1 1a'

    Allaa'8 face became" grave. awful dry roll which you have given e Ir/"rlo' .l.lil, >l>. h"l and citlil' bnthw.. .sod. ntlivr iiuwli-rn. ..niiv..i>lfiioi>.. Tab'' M'rvlcr j jw 01 .s fit rl
    "l 1
    !lope uot. he answered.! "I like .. .. .. .. i.MICS .
    this rnorulng." thr bxee. It.kv ea H, else a ..Hh. curr. niionilcno. >lt t'a> I It ) rio
    OUt brother Emmet'' too well to wish mo ,, '' HAItllXU. 1'rnpr'rti-i.n' I ICorner y lc.I'
    'It 'K '
    quickly :
    the servant lion Bed and
    id "Perhnp It is, sir. ; Spring, i ,
    ) each bad luck. lie broached the o lo
    I bJlt! : to me once and I put him'off.. replied "but" you can butter It UI1I urn nail c e rfi y yw
    ' on both sides.. The Olive Streets f with. :
    thought his of
    perhaps management
    ] excellent review ap
    Nest mo'/ulng an Furnished Rooms c
    I p tuluo tar i awhile would disenchant peared. only .1 w! ALL MOSS MATTRESS '
    1111. Emmcfs:: great fault is being too Aso v'a
    10' agates, though" with a grimace. "Ifas Hot and cold, bath, Mil t, electric .lights and all, modem 'n o. .
    The Dune. For particulars address i Only $ 875
    somewhat that myself I aupow. .- tear Ltke Wcrth. Quiet pleasant place. J .
    way Anfaenco, act Kun.it" THE NORTHERN
    ," In his "Die oo ti
    of Art") Dr. 1 H.Orosso : Y ,
    "'l'be ("The Bi'gnnlng OPBN NOVEMItEIt 10 ) ..--' o
    ( !miaa didn't pay 7", primitive art and 0' l
    Investigates 0' ,
    "It has tout me a thousand. a year Its socIolORlrai aspects. lie shows how The P 1 m S Large New Four-Story Ad- If :) ?IS Ih h
    a NIce 3"x 60
    lava ;Rugs o
    by Income so far and"I I In the dance there was social evolution.The dltlon Now Belna Dullt. .. .
    Ue plopped for she wasWng. a significance 0' f 1
    : suddenly was among savages ; a0 "Sa1
    < \ Irresistibly it seemodu dance and value: which civilized! ;n.Il; lot.vt..I:: ': : :Mkn I I hf.h'ICON',: ': vi l>H ltA'nnimlnlMl iiHlvii' i anniminted' and haiuirlrnilr on I loentml.I.Hke Worth orlvln*iipiiimlle th romfnrf. tlio* I Itn.ra1I'nlmlH.H w" Only $1.40 o.o ,

    -I I wj your pardon" she gasped. I do not appreciate The dance H'l'H' Whit, '* wall,.........>.. clw-tHir' belle 1 trued< ll-hlnit, hunt" IIe'... Hurl .iHiHilnirIIHIHH Ita ac t'' '
    a Itkll\Jl! herself with an effort. "I--, originally races might not have been for the 1 ':lilt) and, S"'l PIT" .t..v l Mi.'clnl' riitfn bY the week TM8 PALMS. Went Palm Beach.Jelter.on. --

    U\lbIUI\ struck me as very That came later. At OPEN ON o.
    funny It gave:
    at please go on. I will not auy I pleasure Urst the dance may have been one of House o. Sinter Sewing Machines of tt' s1

    ar4 A thousand/! a ;year yon said?" I, tho preparatives for war or a propitiatory Seagle Block If a Ina f} a)

    "reef" looking at her curiously I ( act. Anyhow It brought\ men to- No. I For Sale or Rent .
    bore the income 1 receive from Eugait 1 a social factor. < 0' 0' i,, l t
    and became or "A HOME AWAY FROH HOME"Ontrnliy Ifo r
    1 wouldn't like Emmet to incur must baud In hand o w y'w
    o have gone too located nU near Luke Worth. Cool airy runina, best table Hprvtre' 0' -- YI f
    same lSHA" soon a8 I get: back rather foot by foot with music. At Special Rates by the Week or Month o r I
    .IuIU try to sell. The machinery will'\1 Bret such music wag s.ffipy: rhythmical. Rules $. ".00 Per Day R V SEAOLE ProprietorCottage i. 1 ,

    .'worth n a small .um. And" his face Possibly all the early hunting: ;; tol"( II J. B. Me GIN LEY if t i io
    sad danoinz -
    .1 his eyes again sweeping danced. We may not today deem NOW OPEN '
    ertia. valley and back to her face an art. but It was a motive power.It I fio If )
    o. ,
    btve Select
    Bts .
    found lt I always liked "s'1 must have helped to bring\ : ubout personal wtnt Clematis Avenue
    School .
    i1ere Opposite .
    ; but never realized it could decoration( and then came the Home o .

    ww' op ay to Idea ouch wa advantage that farmer as it does bad. first'faint glimmer of an aesthetic. con I I Hot and Cold )flatus. Wholesome, Home Cooking No consumptives:Taken j jEveroli I II Ifo It Yo:> It e f; S

    I ceptlom.l Lake West Palm Beach Florida .
    keep bold' Street Near t
    plow handles and'f
    hut Jour father doesn't do any- I The Woos of Beekeeper.A I I MRS H. E. BRIG >IS, Proprietress. I oI Ot r,

    , eseept 60' fox hunting and read I German \beekeeper undertook to f' n.,
    1 ItUlues aM listen to his fortman's some of bill choicest bees to a OPENS 0r10i1Ot107.ot101e071011n1101e Ole O OttOK01t0et01t01t0etOk0lt01tOR01t0. 1
    carry : '
    roil\ oa".oao..o..oaoaolltoaOIlOlltollt! '
    t sad\ only thillo' morning he told bee ;Hhow. lie took a train In Hanover The u.;En FIRST _
    u Virginia
    > .
    8t he at his fept.The ----
    l had no other M ourqe. than with hH bee lur n basket! 903
    Wrn'' l-l hay been thinking1 of escaped from' the basket and
    I bees
    all I D. Wa & e
    the FENT0N
    actions \
    j ,'t t lilt morniug- 1 will ybuy a nile ,crawled op his! trousers legs. In the Centrally Located Hot and Cold 8ath. Fleetrlc Light: Throughout; .

    rb04lJ tbld soniewhcre in the nelgh- soon aroused suspicions\ root) nnnn,.. and!rnfMlnw, the ..ry h".Bl. Rttt.:1: O'l ,IVr flog. /Hi.fcMI lint- by '
    1 I ( and be a farmer. and with 'hearts of two women who occupledthe Large the week or iiKiiub. Vurrluifo run IDe'.nfl"'U"o_ a ith b to and Iran truln.. : ':'r'.i: !J.; ; i2i.t !.YJ.. Undertakers "
    At t 1 I '; and
    t baye with him. They i I I .
    I ,. W*-J can soon build compartment MRS A L. H A U.()H. Hroprieirrss. "' 1 .
    house" the "o
    pulled cord and stopped
    : tte bell OPEN .. j
    em- NOW 1
    : train. Wh-n the bee fancier explained ; ernb-tlrn a ", '
    4 make living| of ''though for the .situation be was placed In on elnt- The Keystone Dieters Street, near :"" .4, ; ,
    I -\VllI to have It out, with Center of' T ,wn '
    :? you-w1ll help compartment:
    ; you
    ty ,
    r.o himself. 're.he.r G ublt. Block N3rcis'lu! Street wrst ALM In I I to 'fT -
    i ha the bees all by -
    bad thro\\'u op her' band as moved his trousers! and. began shakingteem An Ideal Family Hotel. Ooo1 home cooking: and i-ventllatail sleeping' rooms.
    l .r 0 stop blm.I.c out of the window to free them of Hot an. Cold Baths and modren ImpiovemertS.. Rates Sa.oo per day, ap rial tales
    \" / MRS. BEN COOK. Prop, West Palm Beach Florida '. '
    fd 1111 1111 nute. Ur. TI.dal'" she the' .warm. Unfortunately they aught by the week ] j I IZ Crry MEAT MARKET ,

    S t ously. "I had not Intended a telegraph pole obke1 were swept NOvVClematla OPEN
    toil )
    gas but At the nut station T. A, PEASTERt; Prnrrlo.1 ,. ,
    I all.
    ''I must bOW, You: must .money and

    i t'try nnlUIf-for ft livelihood the Irate station master fancier'! brought In II rult.forth an I reluctant tee :
    ttedlsrSfllny. :>>lts and the : west.of R. Rr
    betterethan to a"qf t re decent '
    bore be pnwp.,1 Mwatch Orders Rae..ve 1.1'; A.tert"a.
    Iq' III. any ( tl-o line: IICHU'd1 and oth+eeobviaieneee.Tsb1' as. good 'as the best. 1
    'r world Bath ::
    talnmt -
    ta walk back Large aity room. ) ,. ..
    { but-but bay. raiment (
    a>yM we' and trousers. R.t.s $6 a i week. 1* home peoploj UDihlenl rates $< per day" "k* Jeierlaun.Block: \WEST.,'PALi. kn4B :,"\"" I"''' "';'
    I of his tieua 'j
    Dthlnd ; :
    a thousand ) "
    a year Beach L, C _P, ( > ,
    > West Palm ,.F + CROSBYfit, :: ; ,
    ( ;k t [ ,
    y 1 r.I": .'i'v'(
    r I ,
    ri i : : .: . ... ., '.' :
    ' v ,._ '".,.: _,0:; l.'I'" .1',' ", I Z ...., "'"Jj ."...' ,.',.." > ..".'_: .." : .. . ."u.,. i, ,". ,. '.. .1.\ ':., I.."; ." +.; ". ...1,.. i

    ""I'"rffl"I"IW"1'r., \ 'U".''''\j,''" T'W, ..'_" ,'," t W..:' '.'"., 'I''''" ''.\>',1.",,,",, ', \ .,...,'" ,,'\'rf"II'r -" ..., '//ltI1//'WPM'1'/ (' ', ,". ,'"",.,-.,,. ::1", '" \"., n", ""'"'" ,!''t"j";".\:J\" "" '"



    PAQK: >:; FOUR THE TROPICAL, SU ,wltsr P \L'\f BBJXOri: 11'1./1 RIO A, WEDNESDAY, FEBUTJAHT? :28. l 06Arrival

    .... ------ -
    .....__ 4- -." .... .. ,. -- ----- ,---- -- -

    __i : andDeparture No Secret About It PROftfQNAL, CARDSmow Geo. S. Hacker & Son Fiofida-East! Coast k Railway;

    It is ao'Reeret, that for Cuts Buroa.Ulcers .\\1
    of Trains Fever Sort, Sore Byes, Boils ,
    etc., nothing is so effective as Bucklen'sArnics.galvev. .

    i--1 .:.... ...:. ., "It didn't; It take long tocu.r. rO.. CHlXLINGWOltTU) Local 'Time- Card No. 64; In Effect"Jamarjr'9, UK.l
    a bad sort J had, add in all O.. Kfor.
    SQUXHBOtJJJ, : > TRAINS.. :. 'sort 'ey. ,*' writes*U, Lr Gregory, of ATTORNEY AND CUUN8CLIO*. .. .i.ei.".aajuiuM...-a ai\, MOUTH.Rrtiiun-*>EAo lia.

    Southbound No;*3, Miaoii}tllldN.U'D( II>pe, Tex.: age. at alt' drug stores.' West Pal]] ,BcacH. -': ,-\ Fta.G'CO. No. 00 : & N';. "B ; s .. *IottB ..J81fi- Ifo. 1ft No-;;

    r pecialt3vil> leave/l J.ck.q'iiUle 'at 8'a.ts .. Dally' No.Paily Dan y Daty8 .. ', ";-;:-';' 2..L. ""117 Dally,;

    >f reacM West Palm Besets. a acid af er' .crossing';the lake to th* East cards SAnd {latest IA. letter? at The 11110 -;p'1'p II '4a "L.. ? : .......IiI'/>. 1.ckaOD'lUi".t'. 928 .1'' ...W..h. J 811. .. ...,..
    Attorneyand CoaaaeloratLawWEST ilh'. ... 8L AUIrUlltlil,... u.n. II I.'S : .
    Tropical Sun. Call and see,sample*. 9'50"p 5 40' plOW t a //I .. -w 'P pV j.to
    hotels wt111eeve the station here at .. ... 6 E .... .1 : .
    Slilf} IjO'P/\ }} /1 .r..ll. ,.n..llattag..wqo..r rip..e, <12"
    T\LM BEACH, FLORIDA io''s6p"B P 'a 1146 a ,.. \ ,. ; 6 .. 24' i1 '
    5:40: p. m., reaching Miami at 7:25 p. m., p'T '66 IO fd'r'A ST.......... I'aldlka(. ...........fcv p "mj; twi'1 :'
    Ttyis train will\ be composed entirely ol OooM.nutoCough CuroFor TT I*. UHANNING.Attorney. fu68..p 100 00. 11 p'F 11 ) .!4U'. .!' vLv....,..,..... falallia ....... ?Ar_ ..Loo6" 68. ..,11.\-l :,
    fan YN.Y.wr 1n1 "'bhp i X66 r........... "" \ ._,.. tE 17 1 p ..... .. '::::"""
    parlor .caj-s.for: : which: .extfa seat. Uourtti Colds and Crouip. ? \ van'. .. At t
    .' : and Counsellor-tt-Law, !, '
    wtyl be'th rletl. ........,... 2'j; ::::::::::: L ........ N "w.'L" T! ............ "i4rr;,
    .. .
    (OflluB! over Bank. ............ ..... awl BunnsIiL..ww" 4o. .Yuan.. ..
    .. ....
    Local mall and No. will 782 ,p''1419 J p .. ? ? a .. .
    express 29 ? .._ '* ..... ... I.
    .. ... 4 !Ii ..
    WEST PALM BEACH FLA .. .. U 26 l'' 4 at ?
    7 40 I'' n a. w..
    OF p 1)rmoupU
    ? ?- ? .
    leave Jacksonville at 9:10 a. m.. arrive 1109. .... !........ ..
    i110 g88trp1960"pllf9" .. ....... d.. X55 p.4 Bupe< : o .
    West !>.Jm.BeKb'.t 7s6.p..m. Returning L. A. WILSON AlED1CAL AND SURGICAL s .. ...? Op
    11 IIU.) p 84fl ',105 p610! p .. ._..iiDartona ?? I *:4p... lap 887 a 612"
    from' \b' 'East Side? 'this"lranwill Doors; Sash .;.. 8 67 p 110 p .;......." ..,,....YOr10r.lIg..1.f 41 p .ft. t4 a.,1.
    t MANUrACTUUKB! : OK ii c. UUUU.IU. U 1220:, 140'9' 5a 'p 11 44 .a Ah........ .! --1I1I.J: > .A 66..1' 802 a :.4t.
    leave West! Palm! Beach at 8:31: p. m. and j i 2t1021 "TItp TI ji Ac........ L.k i llelKU. ........1.1. 1240 p 12 4&.. P Th, j-i
    Moulding .' ... ... ..... 1286 p''
    retch Miami at 10455 p. m. Boots and Shoes PHVStCHN AND 8'JROEnN 1080 a10 BU a 4 65 P 456 p .Or."lIel.IIF ? : pU86 11 64U p' :'
    104/1'/ .. 1040V. II 00 p _M1 no" .Orange Oily Junction 1280 1280 P 040 p,. + 4U
    Southbound No. 35. Palm Beach and Oftlte over Pofler'. hlrvolo HO-| -.. WENT -ANP--: 12 80 9 80- TTT p iI a Lv..Mew. Bmyriia.........L V : 12 'p 14G-p 1rb2 :j i
    PALM" BKACU. llflHlilciicv near ItnyulHoMil. .. 9 DO p >213> p ........... .. .-_ ?..Oak HI11" ... l.Ar ..; 1144 p \ M1s
    Miami Express, will leave Jacksonvilleat'4:20 POlllrl"uu' !. I'ALM UCACll 3!4: 10 p 148 p 1241J> ............'ritmYllljQA ......rw .LOILJI 9 ON N 118 iii''''
    I : pm. arrive at West Palm Beacb Repairing ID All Kinds of Leather -------- -- 1Z-1 Building Material "880. 'Y'SO 86J ... r...........Jan for 4:10: a. m. Returning: from the Earl Goods Neatly Done ii u. orTit, M. i>., ............1120 all\ :90 a.:... L"............. .lnrord..Ar ....... .........'..,. 8110 'y.i ,'
    CHARLESTON S. C. T2f 10 9 46-j: 12 41 Lv..w..TI'.vlllo..ArToii' p 'T6f. j 1'18m'
    bite this train' will'\Iea"e West Palm _: _..a.a 11 17 llOP 8 21 pp ....,._.P.. _u_: Cocoa _._?.?..hL'f 1 87 P ......... 1 00. .
    8Ml>3 WiCBT: PALM REACH' f.A p .Roo..led. ......._" ......... '"
    't ....
    .. 1114.1'
    __.... 11 Y9 826 p..... ..... > tao6 .
    Beach station at. 5 a. 014 reaching Miami -- c.Largest Factory South p .. 124 ..... -
    : Indian Tanned Buckskin 886 P 114 l'' ...Rock Iwlge Hotels.- I P ,k5e P :..::.
    i No. will buffet DKNTAL _w........1700'i7t: 411 p.......?... .. ---Xeu Tiallle,..._ 1141 I'' ........... la 22. .
    7:30 a. m. 31 carry .
    1m ft Pr'f"e."OTICE' _..._w.1212 a .211' ...._.... _.._Melbollru-w" It62 p....w... 14 I5 .::=..
    _ sleepers and day bu.No.99. .. .... .... .__ 8eb... IRo _..._. 1160-) ; 11 ..
    foa I>R. tt. H. MAOV VIt.J. NEW Ii 6n a .6V I'' .h. ? lip. .
    and Horsehide Shoes N. IAN ...?....w...... 1 45/ a II 44 P ............ .. ..._...Bt. L..cle............ 11 01 a ........... l0 dti It -
    with buffet sleeper drawing 20I\ 00 a Eno P 855 l'' .-. 1'0rt fl.ra.._. 106e.ak\ a0p10so, P d'U.
    On. MACY& NEWMAN __... 32* a II 10 P ............. __ Tlbb.11a _: 111 012 ....._... v 67 P..
    room car and, day coaches, leaves Jacksonville _......... :I'lllat.' ,.p .....-; .. ___...&deo ._._ N III 'e a ..._?. 1 6. P ....:::
    at 8:20 p.'m., arriving.at Wept FOR TENDER PERT CENIIS18 . .1: _........ 2S5 a !Ii p. .,._. ? ?........Jenwn ow_.._ 1016 a'.......... II 441 P "'_
    \946S a 686 p.___ n..._.....StuartHobe .......?_ lYe4 a ....... 8'7 P' _
    I Palm Beach at 6:07 a. m. and after Its Olive St, North ol New Jefferson Blo Office In Jefferson Block _w-__?.., 14.704 ,. p ....?...... ..?_Wh sound w.w_.N. 88& N...._. .. UIt p.'.'._
    ..... a...........
    return from the East Side leaves,Wen1 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA Notice Is horoliy !given that almll.on Inn Mill _......w. 883 a 121 7M p.110&.... At.W..Ll'almJle""b." ?.......We t Jupltar ... '" cu.ICl881'II | : ,.. a .a P\loop':
    i Palm. Beach ""6:17' 'Im. reaching dAY nf JiHiuniy" A. 1>. mm I apply, to the Hun. A. 807.6Ua160a811 4tO< a P 610 P P Lf 40 a,1O2S 03 P 1000
    tl' at : a. p'II
    ru.. j. is LIUOVOlllcu p .. 11J atOiOO. 788 '
    i HoiMif.' County Judfto Dade CnnntyFlm9.da I. 21 a too a 1181' 640 l'' a p'loa ,
    t Miami 8:30: a. m. lJ _..;...... 628 II .y. p......... .. ...w..,.... !JoynoD..u..L".. 7411 a ,......._ I''..__
    for Ural .
    S. H. RICHMOND a dtuohaig/ anadmiulKlratui or the _.. ova a S08p........... ......... Delr", ,..........?. .8 a............ Iis J p.... "
    NORTHBOUND'TRAINS. Agent DeutiRt estate of John floury Roth, docoiiMid.Dausd _? 883 I' ............ .Fort Lailderdola......" 841 a.....?..,,_ SOS P ....::
    First door west of Dade County Slaw this 18th day nf July.A. D. Ions. _-_ 842 a10sy. ': I' ......?._ ** ?..<......IH Dana.?.w.-. e.I. ...?...._ 5A. P.?_ '
    X1020 ..... ..... .H..Uaodal_...w" 1180 a.___ SiS
    ( Train No. 78 local mail and express, Perriae Grant Land Company Hank JOHN R. WtTEPI'EltAdmlnl.trnlol' -w......? 864 al l0 4& p.' ?...._ I'Jt.'w.'Lemon City .....-L.' 8 OS ,a ............ 621 P P.._.
    of tits, Eitataof John Henry Iloilideceased. I ? .w. 780a1066'p72 '' _. too aBnI 810. & 10 '
    leaves WEST PALM I1KACI1. FI.OItO\ ago & V Ar..u..M''ml-r P 1:10: ,
    with buffet cars and day coaches a .. ::...::...NAmfAC .. ........800 .. .
    HEAl. K8TATE. __ 800 a......_.. ...,. .., LY } .w- p. .._
    Miami at 6 a m., arrive* at West Plm ............ 1080 0............ ............ Ar t ...... Homestead .,.... t'L" .12 80 i> .......-.

    I Beach at 8:15: a m',, and after Ita return CUTLER. FLORIDA (>t Parlor Cars on train 23,29,78,74. Buffet Sleeping Cart on trains M, W,88,98.t .

    from the East Side leaves this cltv at 8:50a.m. Dally except Sunday.

    I Northbound,. 74. Miami and Nan au KILL THE COUCH 23 ND. 27t No. 2St lie. 43 N. 1 No. 3T N.50 No, I9 N0.13 No' IF,
    Odly D511y O
    $ Special'composed txcluxively' of buffet J. B.. MCGINLEVFunraI AND CURE THE LUNCS SOUTHBOUND Oally Dally Dally D.IIy Es.ManEx Ms Dally D Ily Odq E1.YNLvJbckOnytNO +IIy

    care will leave Miami at 8:15: a. I
    parlor 600 a 600 a 920 a )10'p 2p0 300.p 120 p 520 880
    ., m j, arrive'.t'West Palm Beach TO .;. m. WITH/ Dr Aim'sNew Ar St.Auguellne eon .1000 1080 a 510 p 8tO 400.p 680-p 010' 9su pIOJNo

    After going to East Sid stall ms tills | Director 74' M0.Da11y 806 Mo. 786 No. 44' N.. 970..9 hga Ne.19t A "
    NORTHBOUND D.Uy Dilly pa
    train will leave West Palm Beach at I Daily Daily Dally I Es. bunEN. Bu D511y DUIy Dally E+, {usLv

    10:25:: a. m., reaching Jacksonville at Make sorea When:yield or r..bpr qu.ntlty and Discovery I St. Auguatine 540 p 610 p 820 p 1210, p 1110 x11401 080 740 eta, ZNyAr
    i 1Ia1\1i\ !' your ffan..1 Jackaofllle.. 7 40 7 10 7 80 1 0 12 10 7 40 S 40 9 20 .
    7::4/). and terry y they were the I'r:: ;.:::: Pries
    market, butthey have been Parlor Can and extraaeat fare will ,
    of Pullman
    Train composed exclusively or beebirp5
    buffet dra ting .
    No. 98 with sleeper, .Ins ever .Incr., W. are experts In FOR
    I CONSUMPTION 50o&$1.00 t Day coacBes operated on then trains oa which no extra or seat fare la charged
    flnwrr end vegetable
    room carttnd day conches< leaves Miami Embalmer 1 000 Need' Annual be.utlfufy 1Uua. I Free Trial. w
    .:: No. 37
    : at West Palm .trawl,fro.W lappUcants No. 13 No. .1 Na18 90
    : arrives No. A6
    atf8:2O. p. ..mM, No. 19 Dally
    D. M. FERRY a CO.. Detroit Mleb. Surest and Quietcett: Cure for all Only Nun. Maypor5 Bnaah Sun.
    Beach 10:25: p. m., 'goes to the Est Stile, THROAT and LUNG: XBOUB.: Only Only Dally e o Dilly Only Daily ,
    Both licensed tbc'St.t 1 to embalm
    and leaves here for Jacksonville/ at 10:55p. : b.v LES, or MONEY BACK. J JO ofi0rX16 v,? ac tone a ....... a TI I'3 E'0' T of .
    the Utter at' 840a. : 140 p1060 a 640 p a Ar.Pablo B"aoh..w... ISQ.1160 160 p..,..
    reaching place and bodice for shipment. 564 ." ,.
    m.H prepare 146 p 10 66 S 46 p a"Attnnll0 Heao .w.. 4 U p
    m 8 no p II 10 a 7 00 p 9 16 a '" ......... Mayport... .;.LV S 80' .11 60 a 4 60 p ..,.,?.


    Miami Express! composed of conches
    and buffet| alerper: and makes aU atop. Southern Raih.uay: Close Conoectlos Made .( Miami with Steamiblps el the P. ft 0.;S. S. Compiny "lor

    Will leave Miami 'at 5:10: pm., reach GEO. HASLEHURST & SON' Havana Key Westland' Nassau.

    West Pa'm Beach at 7:38 p. m. Afto'rgolaR ,
    h to the East Side this train will\ Contractors and Builders Two Trains D"ily to Washington and New York. Three Sailings Each Week,

    leave West plm B-acb station at 8:13p. : SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: NOVEMBER ill, 1006 Trains discharge passengers at blp's alel_. No transfer. ;

    m., reaching J icksouville\! 7:4oa.m. P. o. BOX VM 'Th.s..Tim Tablaa show me tlmea at which trains may bo aipivtaxt team*.at tat oqwf
    from theaemral ... but their arrival or departure a% the time* sat d U.ot.ueranlMi.Deco. ..
    No.8' 11I'0.11 Two T..tr" a-I :or No '7 10.1'' North and, Weat N. t NO. IS .tloa.J
    till*Company to be bold reaponalbla tot any delays or.auy 0011.......artI.'n.ihorxras-
    Court of County Judge State of FOR SALE II o .;0C J..lIp L m'il'e A i," 8-Pup 101",03O"1.v T4601 7451' I.v J.ckennvlPNuRy 1IIra; Mol ay .A\.rl/ 810.xNa. a 860.to, For Copy of the LOCAL"TIM8 CARP or.Other Information

    1 Says"" h Art 4111' 400 3oou \r MAc"". N My J 141i. Iron "SEE THE TICKET AGENT/'
    Florida. DadeCounty. 6 05J 75\j.Y- Columhla J.. 401'1'' 6Xu.' tmn Ar Allanm.. 80 My Ly 111"1 OrUn1o
    In the matter'of the estate of Prints one of themost beautifully Charto'te Lq 9N''. alp 11I.0' T3o'Ar come '0 My L, DUnlI it Yop J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l. Pass. Act.. ST."AUGUSTINE FLA.";
    Gr .nnh..ro L. 10''h BBw. II 8Hq B6a \r D..lto" Mo Rv I.y 74 41 p
    .Baker." I Danvitle Lv r. 871 II ft.n I Oar 94. Ar :.ttanoogn. 'r L" 1\\ lit p ) WpA'ol
    situated homes Ar Lulllll'o"' IIoRy L" 066 .
    i "Toil' creditors: legatees distrib 4" Ar (.'I."ln"R'. At L. 8811
    -I IIor Jlt'IImo04 Lv
    64>1'I EI- ..
    utees and all persons having claims of in Florida.One 8 .",''PI!." (.I""all. "'114'.\r i'lur
    ) demands against said estate. 1 4 xlt I ItIq.: \ 6a Sr Chnrinlteevlle L. 148 1_ it 6MPLveln'nel4Px'IOe.A: Nlupl-
    You and each of you are hereby notified hundred and ninety fret abovesea 9 Son u60p 'r Waehtngton. bulb In .11' A lop ...j T lOll Ar Chlc.llo. retires L''I
    Ir inn 11..", 'r 16.1 Im..re I.v 6 I 11.' a 9411 84wLClnri i CH. D A. -
    and required to present anyclaims level, overlooking clear spring fed 145 \rWotPhllnd.lpll'nLv: Ctip ( .>ltlox,1,
    or demands which youor lake, with .views of bills for some niilos. 4'5 113'1&''' Sr N. w York. Lv 111011 s Sip 944pjLv-ln'ln'RtI.'; H&DI -UII.INoe ---'

    _ 11 either of you may have against l ; ,the Absolutely healthy with delightful 33 ned Pulllt1An S4-'New Drawing. Yor" tIn Room. Fiends 1'1 enloe Rxprra. Cu. I S 7 "15'1 5' Ar\r Toledo Detroit CHit.P M D L'L f-fl i.tpDaliv .

    estate of Prince J. Baker deceased country for riding and driving P..riTanO.aaodlack.' rule to N..... Yorll. Ct'c'nhatl' "I" ", '
    I 5'\-
    I Iis43nJArLr .A'r \
    late of Dade County, Florida, to the No. tq and. w""\VROhln"t"n and Florid _' Cl..la Ble 4 _

    undersigned\ administratrix of said estate Spacious Residence,' Inl Llm't.( C' f.Jacksonville' Dolly "lIllm'n New DrRwtnar York:.Room sleep. 8tf Stone yi, t- 4i Llxi'l':1 11:{It''f!''f.4.R 6 ,.'t,o, ;\jll. :II y I \\.1 11'1; I \.

    within two years from. the, date N. hmlltrhLo""I"'Th.'k."' ,,
    25 Rooms. 849. Sr Ann wo MaR)' T fix'
    he eof. :. _. r.----y.cluollvlll.; .'1. .h to., '14\0 "Blrmln"th"m" L' 616 ,
    311M1 t .. its A 4mn, sub' Lv 816x
    I Bated January 30, A. D.. 1906. furnished Soon 'r Cn'lImbIR.\! L" Ilhn IUO, O\r Ksnaa City." L' 6XOp
    Possession at once completely 1 nor Ar A.hvill. N C. Lr ."
    _ Rosa E. I lip
    I i : Baker if desired for this Benson. An ideal IAlI, Ar Rot "''urlnl(.. 1'i'' .Co Lrlrlip" \ 30Plr.-Mrmphl"---Ati-l- Cq
    Administratrix .of ..,th,. .estate. of place for wealthy family. 8011 ti Kn."vll'e.' T"no 1.' 9t h'. 9 pG
    _ 8ao. A. Lour.vllt. K" L. 125p Noll '3 ao... '4 -.n.. Q. lid v. tb,01 told Clp.r
    Prince J./Baker, deceased. 4 rA Ar St '.0111.. Mo L. 0'1 n ''tllrnUllh In. coache" end Pallm.u .Ierplna:arc
    Three ,hundred and seventy-five Acres, -elan-Ar CincinnAti. 0 .10 L. 8101' J.ekaenVIltetn/ L llcInn.llNa .'' 'HA'
    : ;;sod to-Doily Pulimnu, fr"lnll'o, Ronn; No ;;$ and; t4-Puthnae ..."... J x
    "' sixty of which Is In choice budded fruit. end Buffet Rle..plf11C Car between. JackNO".It.: IngCnrs lo.t. ..un Jet onyllle' 1irudnghtm" .
    lllilrl.Jll.lilllL'Le'R'L'9a1. and l)1"OIlIl) all Man.phla anal K "sac City.
    y Address Box 3 Saint Leo,, -. No... tynA 18-"Tlle A't"nt.8p.'t' '''-''att.

    etOaShmeouQbtndttmeTand'For !" ]a4-1.m. Ft.sco County, Florida. i "''Xcelhm Itllllllle Car tit'rvlc.. ntna'. t Ur Allan."ins; Room anus, Chnttan NIe..olna oga U.Iw Pn.eenurra Jackson.tlit. .

    on '11.1'D. eonesutu I" ale, pvr' In Atlanta, until 1:1\6\ a .... e
    Sale Cheap. '

    The Kevstone" shotted on' Datura I 1. C LUSK, Clat. P.... Ageul lot West S.y Street Jacksonville, Fla

    1 rl street. Apply to C. ,C Chngworth f. Louisville il ) Mile W. H. TAYLOE G. P. A.


    ; Mardi Gras. E4aiiroad: Four Sailings Each Week' Between

    For the above occasions th,. AUI1D( YORK]
    Coast Line will sell tickets from
    Uof BEST LINE TO Five TrainsDaily Calling at Charteaton S.C.. both war*.'
    { of Florida to
    all points In the State' Superb .
    New Orleans. La...".Mobilel,. Ala..,, and Nashville

    J Passacola, Fla., at One fare" plus 25 Birmingham, CLYDE NEW ENOI.ANUNI!) '' SOUI..HEUN LEI&I

    i ceqts for the round trip. Ticket on 'r Dlrvet Service. BctweeLJACKSONVILLE.

    sale February 21st to 2Gth' Inclusive. Memphis, Knoxville, BOSTON ANP PROVIDENCE,

    Limit ol.tickets. will be March.Idrbut AND ALL, EASTERN POINTS. ,
    'c Calling .t Charl' MOn both ..,.. ,
    time Is desired and .
    If a longer Louisville Cincinnati .
    original;, purchaser will ;deposit the ,: Three to the East' and Two to the West, via .' Southbound ..SM..W.lICKLr: 8AH.INO8.-Fiom Lew1a'vyhafrrB! \ !lnf

    d tickets with the'authorized agent not J Northbound From font Tatherine Street, JaolisoMPI! '
    later than'' March 3d, then can have St. Louis; Chicago, t ,

    _I these March tickets 17th'on,extended"payment, of midnight.Oft,. cehta an!tAll '. tlantic'@oasli: BiterNew i CliYDE Between'.ST.-, Jackeoi JO Hue'vi11e.nid RIVER,;t.1anlo1'd.; XINE'i ', '

    I (50). Liberal stop overs allowed. Points North and West ,, ,
    Hopping. at'Palatk*. Astor, St..rranols, f.Bere.ler.. (BelnndV) end
    #i For full information see Atlantic Intermediate Landing 'on the Sl.Johns River \, I
    1Si + Coast Line Agents or write Frank C. : I
    1 CltyofJacksoqvlUe.t'.Jl.rtd'Fred'kpeB" ; t1..
    (' Boylston District Passenger Agent.JacbonvAlte. Route of the Famous Tourist .
    Train P-
    are appoints to tail mt follow*:-Leave Jacksonville d..i1il. !*&"prllIllIl'Ill'Yi l5:8t:

    : ,.Fla-,. York: und Florida Spt'cfal1""ve't Jacksonville, 12:30: p, 01, dally ex J Sunday lul.nlnlt.I..y'l Sanlorddaily, axoe t Muhdayi.. .. .,at DUO.: .*. II.. .
    .. "Chicago .& '.Florida 'Limited"Only ( Florida and West Indian tm.trd 1 I".., IacksonvllUi 855: a. m. defy ; -

    New York Express ... Jacksonville) .. 8:05: a. m. daily r ''
    -thboand. ..
    I : Wheel! for. .rent.. at !:Camming!, ,9.rytY' : !!f Solid Pullman Train to the West, Chicago and Kloridn. L1 ml ted leave Jacksonville 9:30: a. 0'. daily ..down. aehedslel;, \ vet"

    --- --r'' t with Observation' Library sad DiningCar. DixioFljer leaves 'dally, Jtave.. S 30 pm .... d:...,.. .. AeKaONVDtte: ... ''I?.. .'f'.. .Aril
    x> ',. Buffalo gas engines In stock at HafJ. J.cluonl1le.' 9OO'P. m.. 4spm ......... ..,....... ... .PAtATKArV.; ..t..i..w.. .. Lady/
    Leavea St.' Anguatlne 8-9A: a m. dally 'V\ ''aonm'i.. ..............1 :A.TOai.. : I"
    ettfr ., 3tr j Lo..lnok..on..lI1e. 8:10. m. dully 4f11.: .... ...b.... .,.j.. .Y.PHANO s.i4.' .' .... ...
    -r and of faceless Arrlvea 81.Chloawo; Lnuia. -- -. -- 1.10 5:10 p.p.m.m. next next day day. .. .." -- .... ........ ... .. BItr.roap-lIaLAND-"oA': ., I.ydArrl.ayoam
    motorboat supplies. all| _w..ten ......".........,., MBAMFOI> h' ..,.?,t. ... ...... elOWl'tOnd.m "
    1: n ti alIUff.trtlltrl J3t< ( + \ _....r?..,,_.... .. ...........FNTFRINIgR': :w.._......, ................ .
    M TUrongb Sleepers also operated on A Though i t Sleeping Gars s vii''
    t C. L. 85: p in. Train Jacksonville to G..nera'S > Pa..enq fl r and Ticket' fflnv 121 W"'BYSt'l)1\ ;
    this on
    The Jew.IIBatc.et'7 .sea

    y i ts i',' In the lead. The bread cakes and other .St. Louis and Chicago., to Ncw York. Cliii-rtflro: anti St.. Louie; gidn new flopping Car Service to Nt' ,t.CDOPgD4Jrt't:: AI. 1..11.!; Mt J'relKht. .t IL4Jw'A.'p. A.t,0' i.aa'I ,....wet t9I }SDN Uqy, IIF.J..p-..I"....UYhV...L L tjltwt "

    aft bakery"i>ro d iucts"are 'madeby= l bakers: Augusta U*., leaving JaekBonviHe" lt 8:35: .; .a, m. J.rsenally ) ,.f./
    .gl For IttfoTirmtlon.lo rata to all .pr inta North ... ails f1ANRRTyrnengRa.VnYR.pArs..ktew: Ya.t:...4LYli4. f/11NE,43e'4Prrj, ..,
    '" finished In their..profession... tfc .... Wee,.UOhe.I.leea. d 'lull tnlormnllon. call "KU. 4. ICOt1U.: ., .1954. P. CLYUBeaeral <<.: Uepe: ...
    "' -- on any Ticket Agent or .4......aa Malta.er.Chowlyauah: '_ '
    OEO. Jo:. HERRI SO.Fla. ; BiilMIni H a..", (II Unas/, Na.,TnrV, I''

    HEADQUARTERS' Pun*. turrnt. l I... sod N, It 'R..
    On Parold and .Neponeet Roofing pa gA"w..c flay' ",..J"r......mrllis' FlurldaKodolDyspepsia -
    fur,' Piitlm in Rw-rviitl, and Full, inr.irmnt/on, | write'

    t' I/t i A, Ka pers.tCpaat.Lumber The best Is always;. anti supply(the cheapest.Com Cure ...1.NI1JOiUTOS. ,.. District P""..asngPr' .Il.ntf' SUBSCRIBE. ,t F If tHE- :SOI S

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    THK T'WPIr'AI.' ( ) ( HUN, WEST PALM BEACH, VLuitlUA, WEDESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1906 PAGE: FIVE :\ ,: ; ,

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    I Thaekeeay'. Portrait. Tti 1 s

    OLD RELIABLE I Count Carpi and His Daughter I 1 The following/ story furnishes an example m

    of the manner In which Thack

    eray considered vanity In others After long i+ '
    When as a result of the Franco-Prus- pleading his family Induced the famous 'fhe ;

    alan war the Germans novelist: to sit for his portrait. and ,
    territory Lawrence the painter, gladly undertook Look ,
    oJal line westward a part of the border the task. Soon after the picture ,1,' Yl 1 q
    was the river
    I Moselle. The city was completed Thackeray chanced to
    I of Nancy Is ou the French side of the be dining at his club when a pompous New York

    river and l.j only! 130 miles from Paris officer of the guards stopped beside! tbe Yellow 1

    I Very naturally the French ou one side table and said: uiV I t1l t\'

    BAKING and the ticrumus: ou the otUer have 1 "Haw. Thackeray, old boy. I hear 1 i

    done a good deal of fortifying, and each Lawrence has been painting yer portrait The trouble is, your liver's

    keeps a considerable force either on !" sick. One: of its products, Herald: 1l ;
    I the border or within a short distance. I I' "So be has," was tbe reply, "bile," is overflowing into ;
    Oue morning' Francois Vllllerll'youug a "Full I length?" blood.

    French lieutenant of artillery, | "No; full length portraits are for soldiers your You can't digest food ,, ;l a
    ABSOLUTELY PURE was Inspecting\ the guns on a fort near that we may seo,thclr spurn but your :
    Nancy when a white haired old gentleuiwu the other end of the man Is the principal your appetite is poor, you

    / very carefully drosaed,.witli a thing with authors." Bald Thack suffer dreadfully from head Greatest Paper

    young lady hanging' aflpctionatcly to eray ache, stomach ache, dizziness 4 y S (,

    The greatest of Ills arm, strolled: toward the Ilputuunut malaria, constipation, Published '

    and watched him while ho mode his Inspection. I Can Talk Wltliont Ton n.. eta What you need is not a
    modern-time helpsto "There seems: to be u mistaken impression dose of salts, cathartic water \

    "Jl'sleu," said the old man, "I very abroad," remarked n doctor or pills-but a liver tonic
    perfect cookingUsed much like to Inquire what you do" tile other day lu speaking of the case ?

    Thou, turning to the girl, he said !in of a man who had his tongue cut out lu Contains MoreAutomobile a.. '

    Itallau, "Blnuea, ask hm: what lie Is an effort to cure a case of cancer of Thedford'sBlackDraught
    that member, "that when a man Is ..:. *
    best families doing Tile girl Ii
    in the proceeded to tell the J )
    lieutenant that her father hail been a unfortunate enough to lose his tongue/ News

    the world over soldier In his youuger days In the ItalIan thenceforth all power of speech Is
    and took denied him. This Is not so. While It Is 'i
    army an interest In the i 0r
    changes In warfare, especially In arms, i true that not many men survive this ( % re:flH I I'i

    a.aaawew.u taanteat since forty years ago I operation for any great length of time Than all theOther Papers Combined ;
    r ;
    It la true
    Vllllers returned the bewitching equally they can speak
    ---- -- --- I glance Slgnorlnu Bluucn nave him and BO long as they live and with only a This great medicinE acts gently on

    President Peacemaker.New proceeded to explain to her father the comparatively slight Impediment In the sick liver It purifies the blood, ( j'
    their utterances. It you will hold a renews the appetite,feeds the nerves,
    York Feb. 27,-President manner of loading and firing the gun pencil between teeth clears the brain and cures consti Exdlustve Reports from all the
    and the kind of ammunition used '..l'boold crossways your '
    has Intervened again as a pation. Winter ResortsDon't
    Roosevelt and speak while It remains In that position .
    mall was greatly Interested In and It Is a true medicine for sick liver
    between coal miners
    poace-makei1 you can get Just the> effect It
    profoundly astonished at the wonderful and kidneys, and regulates all the
    and operators, and as the result of a 'change I In weapons since ho bud fought has on human speech when the tongueIs i'gestlve functions. Try it. I S91r1'f

    letter addressed by him to John Mlt- against Garibaldi in 13GO. Vllliers entirely removed" At all dealers In !,medicines In '

    ebell, president of the United Workers I showed him other guns and various: I II I 25c packages. -
    I ... .
    Stor D ,
    of America, a national convention ot kinds of ammunition, some of which 1 wmc___,..... _,...,_ '7J t
    I If It be true, as conjectured by the l' ,
    was a new lype. Of the
    will be held March ----
    young -- --- -
    tbe UnltedlInnen reach agreement with lady acted as interpreter Vllllers was latest explorers, that Lake Chad Is rapIdly Improved Train ServiceThe mm-"_,_ _,.,___._ ,_ o ,_ __. ........._ ____ ) J!i''" "I
    to an I
    IB, to try drying up, the process will proba- t
    talking through her to the old man and
    In the hope of be the Atlantic Coast Line and Its
    the soft coal operators, bly regarded by geologists us '
    to her hIs 'A
    through and her '
    the threatened strike of April own eyes, simply a continuation of one which: baa .. ._.1k ,,",_ ''t 'I'
    averting there being two distinct topics of conversation connections are now operating solid
    been going ou for ages In northern Africa.
    1, In the bituminous fields. war and love. She laid her The whole of the Sahara was through trains from Jacksonville to
    The President's letter and the announcement oft hand on one of the big nuns, and .
    certainly once either an arm of the Atlanta, via waycross, Tlfton and Macon -
    that the national It was like the touch of a kitten's paw.
    sea or a vast lake and Lake Chad is
    convela.1 I Then she started bark as If she had with through coaches to Nashville
    lion would be called were probably only the final remnant of that Fail
    handled a miniature rolcnuo. and Pullman Buffet Sleeping to Read
    tonight by Mr. Mitchell, after a lung huge sheet of water The Sahara seamuat
    "Here comes the officer of the day:\," have been shallow Cars to St. Louis and Chicago.
    conference with Francis L. Robbing I I always very ,
    Coal'Com said Vllllers suddenly "Pleuse walkloo a fact which made Its evaporation Trains leaving Jacksonville via Atlantic "

    president of the Plttaburg' I I and I will join you after he bas easy, and Lake Chad Is reported to belittle Coast Line, dally at 9.00 p. m., ;
    pany, and chairman ot the bituminous passed. We are not permitted to give The New York
    more than a morass ,over the and arrive Tlfton 1.25 a. m.,, Macon
    operators, who came to New York thin nny Information ou military matters to portion of Its area.1GlvlntC '
    I 4.40 a. m., Atlanta 7.50 a. m., Chat-
    morning. The youug lady seemed to bare difficulty tanooga 1.15 p. m., Nashville C.55 p, m.,
    Also present at this conference were Them Fit. s I:
    In Evansville 1.25 a m, St Louis 7.08 ,
    making her father understand "
    of the Southern Coal As- Some years ago George F. Haley ot
    W. C. Perry
    << the reason for the request. lie Blddeford was trying his first criminal a. m., and Chicago 9.30 a. m. Herald ,.
    and B. F. Bush representing -
    joolation I evidently could not see why he should
    case before the supreme Judicial court Good connections are made at Jacksonville ,I..
    the soft coal Interests, allied with not be given all the Information aboveboard -
    of Maine, with Chief Justice! John A. from all Florida points thus

    the Gould railroads. be desired. Whereupou Vllliers Peters on the bench. Mr. Haley was in affording:' the quickest and most con

    The President's letter to Mr. Mitchell explained that the German government tbe middle: of his plea when a man In venient service from this territory to
    follows: kept a swarm of spies busy all the audience fell over In a convulsion.The .

    White House Washington, Feb, 24, 'Ol!. tbe while trying to gain Information of youug lawyer stopped, disconcerted. the West. While in Florida, and Keep Informed ,
    the French Improvements In a rill". For further information see Ticket

    "Sir:-I note with very great ton-: ammunition, movements of troops and "Go on, sir; go on," said tbe chief Justice. Agent, or "Consult the Purple Folder." on Home and Foreign Affairs

    cern the failure of your late conven- Increase of fortifications. The old gon- "You're giving them fits!" I trttl

    tion on the Joint Interstate agreementto tlemnu at tills declined to accept auy I RAWLINGS MURDER CASE. I.

    ,come to a basis of settlement of the j further Information and, being tired, I II i An Iloneit Tblef.I .
    I Washington Feb. 27..The Supreme '
    bituminous mining scale of wages. sat down'on a bench. Ills daughter, I On lenvlntf'a! Paris theater a German I ;-i1 .
    In this business have enjoyed I not so sensitive, stroled: along the par gentleman felt for his watch. It was Court of the United States has set (''t. """ """' ,

    iou apet with the officer with a view to gone. Having a strong/ suspicion he argument in the cases of J, O., :Milton. ,
    l at Industrial peace for many years I seeing more Interesting sights laid violent band; on a man In the Leonard and Jesse Rawllngs. of Valdosta I eY }W I

    thanks to the joint trade agreement "Slsnorlna," he said as soon as they crowd, whj quietly gave up he ticker. VB. the State of Georgia, for i THE BEICH CLUBRESTAURANT I +
    resulted the action of your were out of hearing, "I have been liellghteVl I '
    that has In I When he got home, he found his own April 2d( next, and granted leave to i N, ,
    BUV,'esslve conventions. I thrilled, with your presence watch lying: on the table.-Paris Journal -
    A strike, such aa la threatened on I here. May:! I not( have the honor, tbe them to plead a* paupers. These men (Incur pnrIult) ,k 'f'Io
    exquisite pleasure: of calllug on you?" are under sentence of death, and a I I

    April 1, Is a menace -to the peace and I ":\Iy father Is very old fashioned! ," I She neconnlaed Him. fourth to life Imprisonment, on chargeof '

    general<< welfare of the/country 1 urge ,I she replied. "He will not consent to "'rhI3," remarked Mr. Sappybend, "Is murder committed In Lowndes I' o '.

    you to make a further' effort to avoid my receiving any one who Is not noble. my photograph with my two French county. eorgla, In 1905.' They are $

    Ill'h a calamity. He always nays Couut Carpi's daughter poodles You recognize: me, eh?" charged with killing a boy and girl i iI
    joint must not associate with any but of paid Miss Sulfurlc.
    You( and Mr. Bobbins are "I think so. In an effort to assassinate the entire :
    chnmiien of the tradd agreement coma her own kind." "You ore the one with the hat on, are I i tr,
    !family The case was brought to the
    We to Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
    "I must see again. are
    i ur' the National Clvlo Federa- you you not? -Houston Chronicle. : : ,
    Federal Supreme Court on the groun"that I
    get In a new kind of projectile tonight:
    tloi! and It seems to me that this Imp put In secretly that the CTcrmnus may Ill. Complaint the Jury by which they were tried I' s

    'in additional\ dftty upon you both ,' nqt get hold of It. Will you not Induce Insurance Otllclal-Of what com- was Irregularly drawn. They are all at all hours .

    ai! ,us an additional reason why your father M come and examine it?" plaint dill your father die? Appllcant- whites. 'i

    III and hnus'ng her hend.1 Tit-Bits.
    'i i.-r effort .
    At 11 o'clock that evening Count Car- I Only 8J Year Old.

    "Veryrespectfully., pi and his daughter were ndmltteu Into About: two-thirds of the average ho- J urn on v 81 veers old HI1.1) d -n't r w- Special Orders Received for Parties
    Roosevelt. "
    "Theodore the fort, buliiir passed by the guard at man heart Is occupied( by self love. pert even x lieu I |get to lie n-al I old to I
    Ultohcll has 'announced any Lieutenant Vllllers' order and witnessed ftel' list WilY ns Ionic H** I can pct I'lt- lIIi of three or more.

    d' '- 01 to-day's conference, nor did I the storing of thousands of Hbolla. I 'Inc Bitten." I'y. Mrs E II Brii'ik", ,
    Ladles will be interested In the announcement of IlIh1I'G.\ i Surely I llicf'B nothing
    h.< just when the call for the con- Count Carpi was even furnished
    that Mrs. Li Constantine, else keeps the rid HS yam u and imiUe-,
    of the fuse of one of them, being cautioned I
    y' 10" which will fix the place this nrt '
    the week all strong ss wr" ionic '
    1 by> the lieutenant not to show It to the Clematis Avenue milliner, has just i ''t
    I inflamed
    live .
    nilug will be sent out March 15. ..liein. D eprpelx'torpid OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY
    one since his giving It might cause received a nine line of shirtwaists cliroi t"nsthstinn'ire I
    any kidneys! or ir
    ti tho
    Haves la the earliest date i zti ,
    him to be shot for treason. The couut wash skirts pattern hats, and. unknown slier ,txHi, ft KleO'ilC Hit i (
    for :intlon caTT summoned and he n i put hs: band on his: heart auj declared some very attractive values In under te'R" ren-ohHhltt tim. UuarHiiUvd! by / H.n on ot f<>oO .iC I i

    b"u| < that If there Is to be peace, that lie would sooner be shot himself all druggists Price 50

    th vo woeks between the date fixed than permit any oue to see It. Uy*mid I! wear. I ...."", ,,,,,,,, ........, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,}

    to miners' assembly anj April 1. night tbe work of storing the shells DEMOCRATIC:\ CAMPAIGN. .

    t wi the present agreement with theo was finished and the count and his TO THE PENITENTIARY. I Washlngon, Feb. 27.-Thn Democratic. -
    Washington Feb 27.-Two army officers -
    tbe latter promising !> -
    'lore< expires, U sufficient time to daughter campaign for the Sixtieth Congress
    to comuiuuieute with! Vllllers ut tlJeea1'lle8t are' destined to go to the penl-
    I" stout the desired result Mr.tII is tQ be started In the near future. A
    opportunity.The tentalry next week unless tho President FAYSHOLESf't
    U what new call was Issued to-day by Secretary
    would not Indicate Millers
    t noU: morning uses hU pardoning power, which ,
    I'men, will be 'placed before the was engaged. with his gun on the however, Is not probable. One of the Edwards, of the Democratic Congressional I

    ml< m, but slgnlQrance Is attached to parapet when, looking out upon abridge officers Is Lieut. Homer E. Lewis. campaign committee for a meet-

    hi atement that the operators at to- :\ he saw: an old man nod a girl Ing,101 the .committee on March CUt
    who will spend eighteen months la jail
    da the walking: across: toward (Jeruiun terri ;J It Is stated the meeting N called for
    : onforsnciS' agreed that can- !
    Carpi and :\ besides\ being dismissed from tire serI -
    The were
    Y> anon should be called. tory. pair the purpose of organlzitlon. Fay TYD -
    J niuucn. The lieutenant smiled. Tbe i I vice. He was found guilty on the I II '
    r bal The Majewskl Bakery la ths! season
    i br offered: 1 presl lent RooaeVl -
    an the oitlcer In command of the district counts and of having been engage- Innumerous
    will I I In the lead. The bread, nakrs! and othor I
    Interotilfl\ the Pltuitlon be to his
    : and_were admitted, presence. financial Irregularities.! The '
    b, adaTtlpnal for Bcllona," said the olucer, I' bakery products are mad by bakers ,: i
    an :
    reason "-cll.
    other Is Lieut. S. S. Durbank, who goes

    ''r' ";out a new agr 41ment. brlnlf-I I i "what"We did learned you from guther a?"simpleton about I|' to jail for fifteen months. He married finished, In their professtcn. tf. I II S S1o1e,4IIU-yriter h! l % r I I.w I

    IN1'ERESTINQ'POINT---- the guns on. tbe fort and last night witnessed a Flllplna while on \duty In the Phlllpi I I I ,: ', HEADQUARTERS

    W.I i I' the storing of 1uew\ !dud of i pine Islands, and denied the rela.I ,1'On' i
    R ns; ster, N. Y., Ffb. 27.-Capt. got In. Here n the fuse tlonshlp on his return to the United Parold and Neponset 1100 lg. papers

    ' (A, 'Mtiiiht'll, who win retired from: Ule.1-shell just llllletbllllf lately devised wonderful I I!i States, where he became'engaged to The best Is always the cheappst. Acknowledged to b3 Tin Bsst Machm 01' the Mirk t '

    a'lI M rvlce |'n the' army for rtlsablll- Invention. is young woman. He might have escaped Ent; Coast Lumber and Supply Com-

    l> II' 19M:I, and who lUes. {ails city I Lie bunded tbe fu.w to the. otileer with dismissal from the army oany.How. i Lightest Shift, Ltnlitmt Running T'i- Ctmnpt.j" red! Writrr-t ni < rId

    , hf-) vrittun to the War Derartment to who! glanced. at It, then threw it lu his had It not been disco/ere I that Bur-I I I use It. Morv Fay.SlloleS, uw-u ill' P> "",,'nl.. than sal" oihrr .sine'.. n<

    fir'' i whether ha may claim exemp- i'''CIl'e. I bank 'had apparently\ made away with I tau can nt n Koi.f1 prini'fntr; r"''nk .
    "tuat belong
    V "' Mm the I p-ynv nti6t-tax9's, on'pro- '' -You old fool. of shell and I some of the company fun Is and ob- .jar f i 25 per gallon : Huv one gallon See it Oefore tiuyinjj.

    P rttn this/ city whl"h hI)- purchase< l to an antique doubtless pattern Betting tlicm: out i talned money on false pretenses In Nifw FrH Palet at $i 75 per vB'lon.' anilone '

    ' war"' ''I.! < 'Incorue aj a retired o.Hoer of they the vere way. They evidently. got on to Manila. The young man's mother and I v l'otv raw: llnseert oil At 70 to 750 R ('. tJvrStR'ct:; Agra '

    a 8n.' n h he law I th'.nlc: you and<< ynu hove two Kiillut' ot the bent
    oddities.] Under"one you nu.l fooled you.Vell' sister and the young woman to whomhe
    nf bake shop. !! mad It Wr rixteen CHAS. B. KENDALL Local Agent.At .
    cl1 State property pur'chas9j"wlth, had better /gi bark to( yo y was engaged to bo married, came paint Try Ki
    What Is known, B.A iansliin( ,; money," you know more about macaroni than to Washington and tried to Induce the ''McHon.. H M P..l1pr, Fl tironBuilding the Tropical Sun, VVKSP: l l' \L\l MRv.. I.\

    la '.'ixernpt trpm taxation. The War artillery. And you" turning' to the In President to exercise hiS! clemency In West Palm Peach -

    ' fcei, rtment officials have not beeji able girl. "bad better work by yourself but President Roosevelt re-\
    the case
    to future. You might pick up lIomethllllloyaluable. ""* Leave your order ., Th. (Tropical\ < GRAFTED,
    answer Captain Campbell In a definite ." i i fused to mitigate the sentence. Sun office for all ktniln of engraved BUDDEDLargest Mulgoba Mangoes.

    day. It seems to be a 'question 'i So' people-principally- Italians ad monoKram stationery: and visiting

    largely' for the Rochester board of I -nre continually trying to got points =- I I curd ; Oolltctii.n' of C'rotonn in ibe United I SlaUo /.',alms' nI

    |tan aa-.esjors, although there are Bald for the German government tUat Lieutenant ---- f WANTED to buy or rent furniture thun, eto Hllpovgrown. Full Line Of Citrus -

    be decisions jot the/! courts which VIlII.BUqY. >hire t'.tNt h!the tl1l1 pair with at Clodol' Dyspepsia Curo Address p. O. Box 623, West Palm I tfrownon High Spruce Pine Lan(. .A.l
    may bead for ald,relief.Captain Campbell In.his ap- once them.and cha4eti SUSA T", tOWlUm. Dlqevts what you'' oat. Beach.. ''JOHN; B BEACH,, -, '- West, Palm Beach, *


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    t } HER ONE REGRET.He I Biltmore Cremn Droaduell & Moore.- -

    Dne Cent
    Gas engine npairing and lathe work

    at IIuflHIeillera, ) tf .

    A-WC3RP SPRING hl'
    A Hard Lot
    of troubles Contend. _.
    to with, spring from --
    a torpid! liver and blockHdrd b welt Cixr..,tit'd Rdi rllHenienl+ b" thi column
    HI one rent word! for each in.aw'duu .
    milrsayou awahrn them '10 their prO!er |Per
    p'F notion with Dr Kinu'a' N-w Life Pills; Count I the wnrdMaml l-"ci i tlieCfh
    .the pltrastnteot! and must ,tfFectKeiure ilfinv with' the orrtprMOISHY
    for, CotiMtpatton They prvvml Auprnditilis .1
    \ ao'l tone up thr 'YR.m l aye al .." BLOCKSMade -
    Mil druggists' ----
    VUU THAT >
    I IK, onnt + .( nionry ._, ,
    I Leave order at Potter's Flat Iron I In d In It with Apply to taro G. cuirte, <' ,
    ww Building for Battle's gasoline and Wft- P"nI"h., W'Zrrs "

    kerosene. delivery JaOlf LANDSCAPE-HARDENING.BKNJMIN .
    d I

    I' 4t p r HIV*your bikes repaired at Cum mines i lOK.: ) LANDSCAPE; ]
    -orh Gnl uer Care of ,bruit a'hl l fliwirtaapprciillv
    F1 CIciJiHti-flve? opposite hank All work Hrst rffereucea II.iv* been Light and Flex-
    } Kuarantced l. 913.ifBBS1 in charge: of W J Allen place for nxjenrs .
    Would like the rare of a nice
    'a -- plme Hnvwlierc. on Late, Worili. Address 1-I
    Early d RisersThe H Look, Box 158 WrM, Palm Hem.liHmterits ible.
    famous little pills.
    : 4 -.r al k I and Complete Launch l"up.1
    I r plies, at Fowler Br"a & Klnu's
    _. I
    -- ------"
    AUGUST STOCKER Urns Shutting, al Kuwlrf) Bros &
    : "That' a beautiful song. It simply earrUa me "
    away. Klnl"
    A., She "I'm .orry *ha didn't aing it early In the evening, th...." High-Class Experienced I -+
    1 Itrtnv Mxgnen's. 1:1500:' nest. made, $3.00 *

    Iff Custom. Shoemaker sl l I' wVr' i"rnA, & K ",,'.. ,

    f paragraphs of Among the visitors in the city Mon I -I

    day was Mr. J. F. Franz, representing '. '."...'..
    :, .
    the Dlebold Safe and Lock Company I File Boots a dahoeaMad h B to Order .'.'.
    Gocal [Interest with .: :- I 1Yt;.%%%% ",, %4,
    headquarters in Jacksonville. ./:::.: I

    --- I Rev. F. W. Weaherwax the pastor Repai1 ins Neatly Done ......." I

    being confined to his room wIth a I
    Monday Wear Rubber Hosts fop Comfort.Ruhb .
    severe cold, the pulpit of the II
    Congre- r lii'uli make HI| <>* nIxdrxN mid relieveIbr I
    in Miami. I |ptw Burc on I**l unI i nntln1.i Is I I.
    j gatlonal Church enniurw ANTHONY
    was occupied last liDii ruin, h el, ..., .. .
    lt. HI'" *nit 11 HI*i it t ot //.u. of
    Miss Lizzie Will Garner arrived Sunday by Rev. Dr. Fuller who I h III onnnOH, ,li," *tiltit bull,', ) OK-. lintelthe ho.
    / tin ,
    ptfl. library the Hoiitml' hun whiranoiauif
    Monday from Miami to spend sometime spending several weeks In the city, and I II :>*11 Ji;n ilmi' ;: Mi. .Itnblwr' .,I brolx\ dnnxS, ,h |>eicop'ihly :-
    who kindly ihej r I In ulrut I WHlktng or i tin time I
    a with relatives in the city i I consented to officiate during >v r hard. ur .HUB and. tnak s u aoiiHequentlli ,"
    1 the Illness of the pastor. a C lit Ht'l, Vti ,ItHIO.Clem ,
    'J d **..).avenn**, _.
    Read the new advertisement 0: I I opuomie" Diannlntf BrothersUr --
    Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Green and QTlsfl ) GiMMlB, H.mattYOLEYSHOMY -
    BrannIng Brother, which
    appears on I
    Warrlnger arrived Saturday evening ,
    the third pagq. today. --------- -----
    from Tlvoli, N. Y., and are occupy- IARCures ,
    Still at the old stand. Send,! us your ing the cottage of Mrs. n. W. Jerome, ITiSALONGbTORYthat
    laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed atStraban's Datura OnlcUi Prevents Pneumonia .
    Street. They expect to spend
    ._ r..1e..1.u'
    nn Hicimnt
    i Steam Laundry. tf. I several weeks in the city Mr. Green ------- |
    : "The depositor la an estrrtnefl! patrun ,
    Mrs. S. T. Smoak and Mrs. t>. M. looking after his extensive pineapple : of[ .. .' '
    year .I"odllll First husinemi watI'm
    Fisher left Monday of a stay of interests south of the city. I
    several I
    Worth Produce but tbe account i grew with the
    weeks with friends in TItusville.Mrs. r
    Owing to the threatening weather I''1r<>8p""I" that attended the hank"

    E. N. Moses returned Saturday that prevailed yesterday, the ice cream COMPANY ,
    for Profit
    evening from a visit of several weeks and cake sale scheduled to take place FRUIT, AND COMMISSION Banking

    y' with friends and relatives in J kson- in the city park by the ladles of the i MbRCHANTSFruit rtquirvH patience r.r both dfpostlort*
    vlll e. City improvement Association had r t
    to inrl h Ink v

    ;, rr If there should happen to be enough be postponed until tomorrow afternoon and Produce Poultry and I Stead! In with our conservative mcth I M.:1: :\ ALLEN

    i'' members present to constitute a quorum when the ladles will be pleased Eggs; Our Specialties: I I' :o'e eel your ro6tg will le a cause I InrconKraiulntiont .
    l there might be a meeting of (be I to serve refreshments to a large number 0 en an account in
    + of their friends and well wishers. our HHvnigH drp i1meiit
    I t West Palm Beach Board of Trade tonight -

    But it is doubtful. 'T. J. Campbell, the wheelwright and I The Finest Oranges and Tangerines DADS COUNTY STATE BANK:, Real Estate AgencyCity

    r t Mr. Jas. B. Ingraham, third vice pres- blacksmith, will hereafter give his per I Went Palm Beach, Fluridi.

    of the Florida East Coast Railway, sonal attention to bis wagon and -.
    --- -- -
    ; spent yesterday at the Hotel Royal blacksmith shop on Clematis avenue,

    ;; Foinclana and called on friends in the and solicits the patronage of all of his A large shipment of Choice Surburban and
    t ,'. city. He was here old customera and mantr tiAitr_.. _tnaa_ T-Yld I KIL.THE.COUCHAND' !
    on official business. ---- --- V U'Q
    B. B. Pyles and little daughter Fannie shop will be open ten hours per day, Nonesuch Apples CURE THE LUNGS Country Property for
    and he will .
    resume his
    weekly visits to '
    of West Palm Beach, came down -
    for a day with Mrs. Pyle's mother, Mrs. that Delray to look after his customers at WITH fro King'sNsv i Sale and Rent
    S. O. Vanlandingharo and also to take place. Several Cases of Extra Nice j e e e

    home little William Pyles, who has !Mr. Jas. A. Abrams is completing a Fresh Eggs. Discovery

    been with his grandmother for three substantial frame structure on I'oln- I! I
    a weeks.-''Miami Metropolis Monday. setta street, near the city building" I I I Price West Palm Beach, Florida
    The ladles of the Owls Whist Club which'will be used ail a blacksmith and Nice Large Fat Hens and Plump ., Free Trial. '1'
    entertained their gentlemen friends repair shop. The new' building when
    Chickens, Surest and Quickest Cure for alt
    (Monday evening at the home of Mr. completed will be a neat structure and !THROAT and LUNG: TROUBI ,
    and Mrs. 3>1. B. Gruber, Datura street. an ornament to tbe city strange ash t LES MONEY BACK.FOIEYSKIDMYCURE. I

    After the games had been finished delicious may seem. Mr. Abrams has already I
    + refreshments were served. commenced installing machinery, all of Lake Worth Produce Comp'yCLEMATIS i i

    Today Is Ash Wednesday the beginning which is modern and up-to-date. His I AVENUE I i

    of Lent. shop will be ready for business in ate... :! I, i I ....Ie.. Kidney and Blad -
    ;' Allen & Quln 's minstrels gave two days when an official announcement I;
    : excellent performances here will appear In the columns of The -
    last Saturday -

    Trolpcal) Sun. : .
    'i.' and the evening performance ..
    f was witnessed by a crowded tent. It GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER
    Great rush for those Dollar Sterl-
    was pronounced one of the best and The Araericus
    ing silver Spoons at Idner's. WEST PALM BEACH Fertilizers
    cleanest hows that ever came,to West Bus
    Palm Beach and every one of the vast Trips to

    audience was highly pleased with the A Bargain. and Lantana
    performance. A new :5 b. p. twn-cc'e, engine for % Vtget' ble, Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree
    tits. At Potter's,, Flatiron Baggage and
    Building, West De1ray, Strawberry Fertilizers.
    : Have been
    rx Married at the !Methodist parsonage Palm Beech
    t in West Palm Beach Fla., Sunday,' Wagons Boynton/ successfully on Florida soils for many

    February 26th, by Rev. Henry Hice, I 'BICYCLES at Cummings Meet and yearn. For any information call on or address

    Mr. Peter Lewis and Miss Caroline Clematis Beach. ave., opposite bank,West Palm AU Other

    Walden of New York. The contractIng -

    -:&z parties were guests at the Hotel FOR SALE. Trains Points B. M. POTTERFLAT

    Royal PoincIana and came over to the Ten acres of land laid out in town SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN

    city to take the marriage vows. lots, between five and six acres of bearing PRE6: BAM.e: ROOM IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla,

    Ex-Senator E. N. Dlmlck returned pineapples. Pineapple crop alone ...
    Monday from Jacksonville, where he will net 1000. roperty located In -.

    C went last Friday to attend the meeting; ,.what is known as "Pleasant City." a

    of the State Democratic Executive colored suburb one mile north of West Five TrainsDaily. .
    Commute of which he Is a member Palm Beach. Address D. C. Caldwell Superb '

    from Dade County. The Senator was West Palm Beach, Fla.
    I West
    II among the number who favored a late Palm Bea'ch

    primary, but the "early birds" won Lathe work on brass and steel at Cum., '
    out, being largely in .
    the majority. migs. 9-13-tf.: .
    fr The Junior League Missionary Band Three to the East and Two tot) the West,.via Town Lots.
    '' of the Methodist Church, numbering: For Sale

    between forty and fifty, were taken to Small eighteen-foot motor launchwith I

    the city park !(Monday afternoon by.the hood. Firsl-clasa in every reap ct. Price Atlantic Coast Line

    pastor where tbey had, a pleasant;,time 1150 cash. B M. Potter Flat Iron Choice Residence Lots
    romping and playing for aa hour. Then Building, .
    refreshments were served "
    and all returned PORTLAND EMivr. New York and Florida Special leave villa.
    11:30 m
    p. dally ex Sunday
    home well '
    with their We have just received another car Florida and West Indian Limited lv.. from
    ,'lack oovlll* 8:S3 a. m. daily '$200
    1 1 outing. I' of Portland Cement In barrels and 100 New.York Expreaa; levee Jacksonville! 8:05: a.m.daily up,

    1 The regular monthly tea. under the pound .cotton Backs. rEa.t.Coast! Lum Chicago and Florida? LImited leave Jacksonville. 930: a. m. daily one-third cash, ,:balance by aomi annual
    v auspices of the Ladies' Whipple andb- ber'ind Supply Company. Dixie Flyer I leave Jacksonville 9:00 p. m. dally < installments on
    auspices"of the Ladies' Aid Society of reasonable time, accord

    I t 'the Congregational Church,. ,:will 'b.gi.en well,Tale&'Moo Springs! mineral. water. Broad- Though Sleeping' .Cars : ,ing: to' Trice of lot. ,

    v by Mrs. Whlpplei'/a04' Mrs. B.Jowitf 'For: plata and foil l information r '
    rv at Ute bomb t :of the latter'.to.. One Mlnuto apply.to
    Cough CureFjMCouah to Louie
    'yam morrow(1'rhuTsdtiy '"'afternoon 'at ,NewlYortrCbiragoand.R; t. ; also new Sleeping Car Hence( tot
    i ) > Colds Croup /goAta 0... t teavln daekeoaville OTAXiajOH ,B. MOSES
    P o'clock.' 'A program wll1-t be>rendered' .and >* ,I c 4 ,.l, at 8,56 8..111. > ;
    +r and L be 1 Buy A .F Pnllman Relfr98t1t1u.'QbtJulllorormatioll, write .Anllt ,Florida East;.Coaat ,JUUlway Land Department.
    /efreahntenUi.wlUii, 'perruS; >'A/ Tour tre,4d>> n*baked products : ;
    f tree .will offering will 'JM e thankfully 'from 'thel\MaJe wild. :B: .kery. and be .)'tiej'b.'BbrT rf,'j)lat; l Y t lipraeagereqt ,. sSt'Palnd e.FlorldD 1\1>0;

    I.' ; yN reoel tTQe,D9blcortWkrbi, r Ced.. healthy a n* happy. /?.,* )W> .;* ti ti "sy ... 4 ;JackeoOYtne; >,,fla -. ...0:h' ,


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