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 Material Information
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: March 3, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00121
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AGAIN BLOCKEDJudge


R. 0. Davies, of Cleveland, Ohio, Tramp of 180 Jliles Made by
Dade

County's Biggest and Best Fair Will Openat Becomes SOle Owner- Experienced Commodore J. II. Allen


Miami Next Week Under Most Fav-' Journalist. Interesting Story. Locke Declares Acts of Board of Drainage ; ,. ;I ,. ,


orable Auspices. X ,, Commissioners to be Null and Void. injunction h + '

The Palm Beach Daily News of yes- Tramping for 180 miles
along: the '
terday morning created! a genuine Will Stand. n a, $
surprise east (coast of Florida In an effort to .

The Dade County Fair will open portions of the county will be dis i among its patrons In this city communicate with New York !In some I :

next ,Monday morning at Miami, andit played. and on the East Side, with announcement way moro direct than through Key ''
Judge Locke
la said that the exhibits this year The carnival attractions' that a deal had been effected by West, walking; along the beach when acts of the Board, by of declaring void th e A very large portion of the 20,000- 4i f
!
Drainage
poultry Commissioners
will be more varied and greater 1 in exhibit I which the ownership of the entlra the tides permitted and at other times 1000 acres of swamp and overflowed
etc., should Interest in
all and levying the special ta
riant and good will of the x land, granted to the, State by the
number than any previous year, while be the Dally and driven back into the'wlld tropical fol-
means of
locating many In this Imposed to secure funds for
many new and Interesting featureshave Weekly News, together with the office Iage; ''meeting In all that distance draining United States by the act of.1SCO. had,
city and onlya
section, who the Everglades and ,
are now with us by continuing th 4g7
Judge
been added. building and all of the holdings of the few scattered settlers who had Locke pointed out, been used
only as guests. The carnival push- Injunction
restraining the
consisting collection ol and
The Dean Publishing Company had passed ed their appropriated for the drainage and .
Woman's Department t f way Into the Southern
> West States
of seven, shows will be quarteredon this tax, has efTectu'ally checked th,
Into the hands of Mr. R. O. Davies e reclamation of the swamp and overflowed -
who and
Palm
Beach
will be under the manage- the old baseball dealing often with the most noted scheme of Governor -
grounds as it wouldbe Broward for lowering
the
becomes the sole owner of the lands' of State, yet there .
ment of Mrs. W R. Moses, and that unwise at this prop warriors among the Seminole Indiana, Lake
Okeechobee
season oC the and f
draining
year appeared to /
remain
lady Is today engaged 'in all that Is a brief epitome of the the vast extent of ;" '
getting of to allow them to erty.Mr. exper- the Everglades
the the
occupy congested ,, !says Times-Union the so-called
Everglades.The .
the exhibits from this city in readiness streets. Davies, who Is an experienced ience thirty years ago of CommodoreJ. of yesterday.An .

to carry to -Miami. Mrs. Moses JAPS WILL journalist from Cleveland, Ohio, came H. Allen, of the Halifax River Yacht appeal will defendants, In their preliminary

ATTEND. to West Palm Beach probably be taken at answer, state that they have had
will be several weeks Club of Daytona extensive -
assisted in her the
work says Jacksonville
by Miss The 'Miami News Is authority for the once to the United States Circuit Courlof
Kathryn ago to spend a few weeks of rest and TimesUnion."The surveys and examinations j4'T'
Lamping, and the two ladles following statement Dade Appeals but
that the pending
will recreation, and became so favorably story: begins back In 1838," a reversal of: made touching the practicability of the
go to !Miami and remain throughout County Japanese colony will 'attendthe said Judge Locke, by that body and i
the Impressed with the city and its charm- Commodore Allen, "when the the decision drainage of the Everglades, and that a p
I
entire term of the exposition,, fair United States rendered .
: sent a Dr. Perrine, a yesterday Is In strictest
plan has
t been
fig environments that ne decided adopted and would be t .l'+
looking personally after all of the Interests I Mr. S. Sakal, of the Japanese colony to botanalst and scientist of ,note, into accord with previous decisionsthat I published to ;'
effect
locate here and make it his upon a receipt'of a
perma- Florida for the '
from Palm purpose of Introducing
Beach and
West at Boca Ratone, spent yesterday nent home. have been handed down by the I '
The deal sufficient
Palm Beach. which was con- certain tropical plants from MexIco amount from 'the drainage r p,. L
'
in the city. He reports the colony In summated Thursday Is the outcome of and the West Indies. Dr. Perrine, higher courts, there Is now no way acreage tax. If 'their efforts were not ili n

The attendance from this city, and a flourishing condition and that It Is his mature deliberations, and that he the Seminole 'War interfering with hid open to secure funds for carrying out Interfered with. '" !1'

In fact from this end of the county i will make a success of Ills southern plans, put his plants on Indian Key, this pet scheme of Governor Broward.Nothing IS EXTENSIVE + Vii'

will be quite large, and the prospects mar-led lournallstlc j venture no one doubts.iMr. I with a view of transplanting them can be done until some new ( WORK.

Davies is All plainly showed, the court held,
for accompanied by his later. { '
a great show were never more en- the colony and the action shall be taken .by the Legislature that the
members scheme
are happier and '
charming plan
daughter Miss upon which '
I
couraging. Gladys Da- | On Indian Key he built his little +
and better satisfied, now that vies and they I the alleged assessment had been mado a''
are at present guestsof home ryti ij
The( Miami 'Metropolis: of Wednes- there digging a trench through the The decision of Judge Locke Is one ,
are some ladies of their was this extensive
work.
The
;
own Holland
t.,
day boa the following to say concernIng where they will re- coral into a pit under his house, whit! of the most important that has been
country among them The great question } bt
man until a suitable heretofore, said
home
the fair, which-will be read with can be selected he used as a bath room, securing his handed down in the United States ,
Mr. Sakal says that the excessive Judge Locke, has not been
when the
Mrs. Davies physical

Interest by those Intending to witness rains Interfered will join husband water through the trench, from the Court in some time, as the results ,, ,
considerably with and Impossibility or impracticability of F
daughter
the exhibitions coming down oceau. This bath room proved the vitally affect the entire State d 1
: their operations this season;; still they from Cleveland to make .her and are the work, but the obtaining of sufficient "' r'
perma- means of his
Practically all saving wife and his two by no meansllmltetl solely that
arrangements have will do well nent home In Jo por funds with which to the : '
Florida It Is open numerous .ft
Mr. Davies'purpose lc
been completed for the opening of the .: children a boy and a girl, aged 7 and 8 tion of the State that will be most Immediately ,
iMr.
J. E. Ingraham takes great Interest to at extensive and expensive canals
once
buy or build rt
in
With them he
annual years. lived on the key affected
Dade by the
County Fair la drainage of
this city In the which would
colony and la doing all In West Palm Beach a flne winter home until the fatal the be necessary to drain
next Monday I night that ended his Everglades.
morning, and Its continuation his power to make.lt a success. and become fully IdenHfled! with the such an extent of land.

through the 10th. last., and If!f Mr. Sakal says that'' gradually the city's Interests. life.One THE VITAL POINT. ACTION BY LEGISLATURE. I ;
the night a band of Indians, decked One vital question that
expressions of oC the legal 1
Secretary and Gen- colony Is getting in condition to devote Mr Davies Is a ] Then came one of the most important -
eral! .Manager newspaper man of out in their war paint and bent on the status of the special tax levy
l E. ; made by
V Blackmail
are .to attention to various industries; ; portions of Judge Locke's
years I decision
many
experience
be taken having been destruction of the whites and the pillage the 'Board of Drainage Commissionersand
as crlterlons, the fatrwlH not that will make It free of In which he said In
dependenceupon according to the News, associated with part: f
of their homes
to the the
only be came key. constitutionality of the
a act of
success, but the best and I "To determine
1 tomatoes and such
other
vegetables the t""
Cleveland Press an Important
alone
for fifteen Dr. Perrine as he saw\ them the tt4
greatest approach- Legislature
In oi delegating such
the history" the county. and hopes soon to enter upon manufactures years, besides having .been InterestedIn I(,I pow question, to select such lands, and to i !. .
lug
,
hurriedly his
It hog been feared that put wife and. two ers to them, was considered by Judge I '
there might of various kinds. flx upon them the character f
Possibly a in of
papers other asses-
many cities In the little }
lie a children down through the trap Locke sufficient to determine what 1 s
scarcity of action -
vegetables and truck paper mill may be established, but.dld northwest from time to time. II slblllty for the purposes of this vast t '
I IIl
and
pulled court ,
produce shown a heavy chest over it, and the should take In the matter },
at the Fair, but this not say so. He has received from the The Tropical Sun hastens to- welcome work! for the benefit W an entire State, Il l
Mr. Blackman I then hoping against hope, went out and on It alone he sustains tho :
say will not be so as agricultural department at Washington its should certainly require
he has new neighbor and his to talk to the Indians complainants, the Southern a direct and f,: :

Information from all parts of t: some specimens of the paper tree able family to the Cottage City estlm-I Without States positive action by the legislature., s. 'tT1j''
the parleying Land & ,
over any matters ; Timber Company, in their
county that the vegetables and of Japan, which he thinks will flourish trusts that their first "This has been held by the Supremo ;
truck maybe I the Indian warriors killed him plea to, have the collection of this
exhibits will be the best ever in this section. Some of these hewill lasting It is with ,sincere special court In numer lus cases. and Is un-
regret, Instantly
took tax
held II I from his home restrained.No .
every
here. '
....__ ,. questionably the
have on exhibition at the Dade: nowever, mat we om adieu 10 me former .L law, that the deter- '
The wing ULU appea lea to tner raney, and written opinion was handed .F'r'o'mining
splendid exhibits connected County Fair next week together with a publishers of the of what lands can be assessed
News,, who now then set lire to the house down
With the ,, waIting just by the court, but in announcing
many attractions that will be special display of colony products.He step down and out. for such public Improvements Is 'a 4 Ir
here should I Mr. Joel A, Dean | without to watch its total destruction his decision Judge Locke summed ; i"' ''j;
attract large crowds to his people have built who has for past up legislative action, and If the
Miami says several the / year been edi- I In the trench below the mother and the vital question involved power Is
I as follows
next week. The baby show will houses and that the settlement la tor and manager of the News : delegated to' commission or other '. ry,
was her children
'The ,
!he> one of wer huddled! la terror, act which Is now under consideration 'I.A 1
the greatest attractions aad beginning to look more as if some one seen yesterday by the Tropical Sun, \and then when agency, notice must be given and the "'
while the they could no longer leaves to a delegated agent, I
will date has not :yet been set It lived there. He hopes that experiments to whom be stated that his plans for endure the conditions, they hurried' a board of executive administrative officers owner have an opportunity to contest $, il' r +

probably occur on Thursday or that are to be made with tea.will the future had not yetb een perfected.His out through the the question of benefit derived. 1 Y
Friday trench toward the this most Important question. I ,'
afternoon and children from"all successful.Reception ACTION is VOID. '
friends
; prove many hope that whatever '
sea. Here the brave woman found one consider the Legislature has 'so far. o
"The
------__ he may decide upon he will not find of the canoes of the Indians and, departed from the requirements of the act which Is no\ under consideration -

-- necessary to ,change. nut residence: without hesitation she Constitution leaves to a delegated agent, fl9'' ,l. ''
put her little of the State to
as render
I Low Rates to I( atRectory from West Palm Beach. ones in It and put to sea;; any action by such board In determInIng a board officers of executive with and administrative { ,il" 1

no legislative
"Fortunately for them what lands pow- d
a passing were subject to

County FairThe Tonight t Indian Motorcycle r teasel bound for New York picked ment, void." assess- ers"I, this consider most the Important legislature question.has d ,, +

and trl tem up and carried them, safely to IS SPECIAL SCHEME so 4 5
care at far
Cummings, Agent, at departed frem the
Florida
put on East Coast Railway has Members of all religious denomina- West Palm Beach the. American 'metropolis. In briefly reviewing the case, Judge the Constitution of the requirements of 7.,

| a special round trip rate be- "The Perrlnes came to '''Palmyra, N. Locke stated yesterday that not State, as to re- r
tween this tions in the city are Interested In the only der any action by such
city and (Miami on account Y./" continued Commodore he a board, In de-
Allen "andit allegations of the bill
of
of the Dnde reception to be held at Holy Trinity U D. C. Meeting. complaint termining what' lands '
County Pair--which opens was there that I became acquainted' but also the were subject to "
Mxt this from 7.30 to 9 preliminary answer ff
Monday rectory eyenlng The regular business meeting of the : assessment, void.
and continues to and Including with them of &,
the ,
becoming defendants
i especially and the
o'clock In honor of Rt. Rev. Wm. mass This
the Fanny Haralson Gordon Chapter 11, I Judge Locke considered
10th. Tickers will sold friendly with the of the one t
bo boy. When he had literature consisting of
for the round Crane Gray, Bishop of Southern Flor- D. C., wilt be held at the home of Mrs. affidavits, vital .question aufliclent to determine
trip from West Palm grown to manhood, the government !messages, reports and historical
Beach, good ida. As has been announced in the 0. O. Strohm on ,next Monday afternoon matters the matter at Issue, without consider-
on all gave
regular trains to ,him of
a township, at that section different kinds, but all introduced
return until columns or The Tropical Sun, a cor- at 3 o'clock. All members ing or passing/ upon, the
the nth. of March,. for are of the State where Cutler now stands, < on the same subject numerous
and
13.86 These dial Invitation Is extended to the gen- urged to be present.. by other questions which had
tickets will be .,on sale and in 1876, he and I started for Flor1 1 both parties, showed that the been pre- ;
the !
i 7th, 8th eral public to attend thla function. Mrs. W. P: Hatchett case sented and considered

A large and 9th. Tomorrow morning at 11 .o'clock, Ida, to Investigate the land and its 1 pending was not one of ordinary and The order was then k '.

number of people from this Secretary possibilities. For seven months we usual drainage. made continuing
cltr, including Bishop Gray wtlfadmlnleter the Apostolic Mrs. F. B. Everett, ,Pres. the Injunction that restrains the iP
many winter visitors, remained there and In it Everything pointed
many ways directly to a
Ire rite of Laying on of Hands at collection of the tai

It ,Is Preparing likely to attend the fair, ant the church of Dethe da-by-the-Sea, LOST. was a lonely stay, special scheme or plan for draining the further order special of the pending \ : +"n

that the Magic City will "At that time Dade County claimed tae Everglades. court.
.he crowded .aU of and tomorrow evening at 7.30 the rite A Fur Boa, on day coach of Florida TWO COURSES OPEN.
next eighteen
.week. will be administered at Holy TrinityCpufch East Coast train registered voters, though HOW MATTERS STAND. Two courses
Railway ,4o. 85, are now open 'to the,
only seven voted. In the iHayes'and Til- The court called attention to theta p ;
.rate ; February 21st. on leaving train at fit. defendants' the suit vlar
,
den l!that Governor
election beer -
Sprlege
I and bear were very sucha'scheme had been
well Be Dtoore 'wlneral"water.. Beoad. Augustine Liberal reward! will be> paid plentiful and"it' was ton- Broward; and others.
by'no'means templated by'
an public; men of the State
Still at the old stand. Send UI yeur upon delivery to owner. Mrs Louis unusual sight for A. motionvmay be. made for a''rehearing -
" Crest to see bears coming more than fifty and had
Inl rush for those Dollar Sterl- Uun 81lTtl' and dis
spoon at Idll.er' Strahan' Steam Laundry. tf. Fla.. Oonttaaod an pare Vlv I cussed.

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SATURDAY, MAKCII 3, 19(18(
THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEAC1I FLORIDA
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THE TROPICAL THE HARROW
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> *x j / ( FloridaFlorida's .
About ,
.pads County, Florida Fine Launches Every up-to-date farmer should] have one We are agents''or DndeCo

J-' "' ,
Published Every Wednesday and Saturday I .. Is 37,9i,620. S.l'RJJ'l '
of Lake acreage G. One-Horse Cultivator.
the waters ; Size
.RteRIDalY winter
i'' .T wa.T PALM alAOH.0Aia. OOUMTY.BOBBOKIPTION ,. Next Florida has an area Of 69,268 square ti

Worth will be graced by several new lies. ,

_, -,_... --- PRIG_...T n! 13.00: tr PICK I-,--L.1KAR.I": n xampleu of the finest type who of naval lastear Florida boa 1,050,688 acres of landa o COMPANYDressers )I
Captain Rose
architecture. k,
culth'atlOO1.Florida$ -
:, Tropical Sun Polishing Comp'y,, constructed the Llewellyn, the
variety of
produces a greater
B. KENDALL Manager.BBtered electric launch In Southern to MenWe
CHAS. finest ,
than
; molt, vegetables and farm crops ,
completedthe JI
Florida and who this year i '
at tn. Pottofflc or Wed Pea Beach Harriet, ror Admiral< DeMuth, has I ail other State In. the Union.
a.ecoudoCl..R matter. death rate per
Florida's
ontracted to build three more electric average

yachts In time for use next season. housand Is only 10.89. are prepared to fit you In a

BROW ARD'S SCHEME Mr. Thomas J. Felder, who will be Florida 1* the best hunting and flahng -

the fortunate possessor of one of these !. State east of the Mississippi river. SUIT ,. ;

AGAIN BLOCKED new boats, was the originator of the Florida has A greater extent of%sea

the Pullman system other State.
plan of utilizing oast than'any OH ,

I of folding berths on a yacht. Florida has forty-five railroads, in-
from par
d Continued Mr, C. H. Dale, the head of the Rubber + eluding the 'brand .hand lumber roads. TROUSERS
betaken
I the denial 'of this the appeal may Trust, and his friend, Mr. W. B. { J enlR tJ le':
State In the '
Florida Is the only .
United States circuit influential Philadelphia, occaeioneatPopular
the
to Hoard, an harvest
l Union producing sponges; to suit present
i eventually, if the other two boats,
Appeals and, have ordered
Court of wOrth half a million dollars a year. Prices.
United States Supreme which are to be Identical In size and Price of above one-hor size is i 10.0U, delivered at your st ion
necessary, to the Florida is less subject extremes,,of circular prices
rivalry Write lor
onstructlon. There is great We bale otber sizes. us
Court. Or the defendants may to temperature ,than any other State Inthe
two gentleman as '
these
etween
>
E$ j file an answer to the bill of complaint which boat will have the better fur- Union. HHTSNeglige Hatctiett-DaGamara Hardware Go

} and endeavor to raise some additional tshings. Florida leads all other States as a

{ questions and points not heretofore Mr. Dale has given very lavish orders resort for tourists and health seekers. Shape Soft Hats. West :Palm Beach, Florida

f for Interior fittings to a New York Florida has a greater variety of trees -- --
brought out. other State In the Union. .- --
Inquiries ban any
less firm. His friend, by Judicious
The latter course Is the one cotton, corn, sugar-
i : ascertained the nature of these Florida produces

g likely to be taken, and the next mover the l.u nIshlngB, and given carte blanche tot lane, tobacco, rice, pineapples, oranges, You are at a,loss: sometimes fo-o.o.O<>oO-O-OO

In the case will undoubtedly the be decision I Philadelphia house to "go him one grapefruit, guavas, peaches, plums, to know what to buy. You 1 K1I AUDI'S West. Palm D.llcb.Feb.1T,100U.

v l$ carrying up of an appeal from jotter." This keen competition will emons, pecans, limes, figs, grapes, to- know, however, that you > HUlt

'! I f of Judge Locke. robably result In two of the moat luxrlously natoes-In fact a varied assortment of want'the latest.! We have % Matter What
are
In the case No
complainants of which cannot -
The appointed yachts In the conn.ry. crops and fruits, many
+ y by Attorneys E. J. LEngle, \ farther north them. I
represented be successfully grown
Ag- been paying for your Coffee, much or little, just
A. Van have
iI Cooper &\ Cooper and P. except In shot houses. ) PRICE you

new. The defendants are representedby Florida also produces kaolin, whichs j try one pound of our

Attorney General W. H. Ellis and Tax Assessor's Notice produced superior to any other /

former Governor W. S. Jennings. County tax assessor, George 0. Butler ( mown. It is'so abundant that It would White and Colored CanvasSHOES 25 Cent Coffee
notice to
+ has Issued the'followlng pay to manufacture it into ornamental ,
the announcement of Dade County relative of coffee, as well as fond o good coffer,
in good
Ladles will .be Interested he tax payers rlcsks. ) If you are a judge
y' that Mrs. L. Constantine, to the assessing of county real Florida produces phosphate and ":,'r. r< I this blend of ours at ::2S cents a pound will surprise and delight you
,the ensuing [for Men.Women and Children. j '
has ,Just for
milliner taxes
personal
the Clematis Avenue and aluminum, and gypsum that will run
fine line of shirtwaists year, and giving the dates on whichhe lime. Alsoa
received a 94 per cent of sulphate of 1 .
wash skirts, pattern hats, and will visit certain places and localIties superior quality of white cement,
.,
attractive values In under. for the purpose of receiving said ornamental tile brick, 1
.some very well adapted. for
wear. assessments: Florida abounds in Immense deposit Fhe Sirkin Comp'yJefferson 1 L. W. BURKHARDT.. FINBST WOCER.BS.

March 1.Sllver Palm..' of phosphate rock. 1 N. B. Oct our new prices on Hay, Grain and Feed.
Block
(March 2.-cutler. ,
I
Circuit Court Case (March .-Perrlne. grit will,pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.
Twenty Year Battle. West Palm Beach. Florida 1
The following new cases were filed (March 5.-Cocoanut Grove N. B.-The boys dld.not want us to tell about this coffee ;
Circuit Court in Miami Thurs March 6. Lemon City. I was a loser In a twenty year battle make their arms ache a
in the ( selling enough now to
with chronic piles and malignant sores, I They say we are
day: :March 7.-Little River. until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve : : grinding of it.11111111111111111111111111C111111111.

P Grifflng prothers vs. T. A. Winfleld &March 8.-Arch Creek.'illarcb which turned the tide, by curing both, I I

and R. H. Leggett, a co-p rtnershlp, ( 9.-Fulford. ill not a trace remains," writes A. M. I
,) KING(
Jl. A. Bruce, of Farmvtlle, Va. Best for old I OWLER BROS &
tresspass on the case, $5,000; (March 10Hallandale. Ulcers, Cuts, Burns and Wounds. 250

Clark vs. W., and I. ''Metcalf her husband H. W., Lewis C. A., Clark A. W, !March March 13.12.-Danla.-Fort Lauderdale. at all druggists MACHINE SHOP " " " '" ""r"r"r"r"'r"r"'r""t'/" ," " '::S

1 Cockrell and M. C. Jordan, ejectment; (March 14.-Pompano. Biltmorr Cieatn, Brfadwell&',Moore, ==

tf ?.,1, R.accounting.A. Bunnell vs. E. R. Kolle, bill for (March 15.Deerfleld.lMarcb17 to 19.-Delray.. ITCH-RINGWORM. tU OAS KINDS ENGINE of LATHE REPAIRS and A 8HAPEH SPECIALTY WORK I ;; The RieQel ph armacy !|


(March 20.-Boyton. E. T. Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes, GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR

A Tragic Finish. (March 21.-Boyton. April 25, 1902: "For 10 to 12 years I Solicits YOUR Trade. 3
::
(March 22 to 24.West Palm Beach had been afflicted with a malady SALE ::S
neglect permitted a I akin == -
I A watchman's March 2G.-Neptune. 'Itch.' The Itching was
Sea dyke, which a known as the ::SE
the great North Landing, Lake Front,
'r' Child's finger could have stopped, to be &March 27.-Hobe Sound. most unbearable; I had tried for Near Ferry == We give Pure Drugs at Moderate ;3

come a ruinous breakdevastating an en. (March 29 to 30.-Stuart. years to find relief, having tried all WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA : you "-"

s !i, tire province of Holland. In like manner (March 31 to April Miami.! remedies I could hear of besides a by a Eegistered
Kenneth Mclver,Vanceboro, Me., : .Prices, put up
Is
attacked
+ notice
The following personal I wish to state that
permitted a little cold to BO unnolicec number of doctors. I
until a tragic finish was only averted b, to the announcement\ : one single application of Ballard's Pharmacist.Try ::SE
==
Dr. King' New Discovery. He writes : "The law requires every property; Snow Liniment cured me completelyand
"Three doctors Rave me up to die of or legal representative of the then I have Mi ---
Since
owner
permanently.
!
caused by a neglected if- 3
Inflammation
lung cold ; but Dr. King's New Discover owner, to return all property, real am used the liniment on two separate occasions ? ( -f our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream =

saved my life." Guaranteed beat cough personal, on blanks furnished for the for ring worm and it cured ",...,... -
and cold: cure, at all druggists./ SOC and purpose by the assessor (these blank completely. 26c, 50c and 100. ';R 1:> .- ,w' 1:1I1'!: / RIEGEL
,
Trial bottle free.BETWEEN / A. P.(
$1.00. will be sent by mall to all applicants Sold by A. O. Riegel. .... ."" e9 { '. .
V who fall to meet the assessor, on receipt .2- Cr.I.,;: (Jj _-: Graduate New York College of Pharmacy
TLMES stamp) between the Q i//de ecW ::
small friend Dorothy was left to of postage A beautifully finished new a h. p. two \- top mmmmmmmmmuuu/
My of January and the first day; I U ":> :i'2JUmmmmmmmmmmmm
first day r
entertain an old friend of the family; cycle engine, throttle-l hilling spark, dry \.r ---S;) >-.,
If such person I .
of April of each year. ;
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base water Price $(00 At .: --
friend jacketed.
The old -yoi ,
the other day. .
I know the inane way grown UPS have their, or property their agents for assessment, fall to return as required Potter's lieach. Flatiron Building, West .lalm. e Irlt GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER

once began to ask
chIldren-at
with by law, the assessor is l commanded WEST PALM BEACH
p i, questions."Do '
f school he< to assess it as 'unknown. J. E. Ilardwkk, the well known Trips to
to
you like going "It Is not the legal duty of the as grocer, west 'of the railroad tracks, is : CUPID: IS ft Bus

Inquired. sossor, to examine the records of the displaying; a fine line of.granite kitchen I and Lantana,
"Yes," said< Dorothy "I like going county for the purpose of ascertaining wore. Read bis advertisement elsewhere Defray,

to school, and I like\ coming home. Iff the ownership of real estate in order DAPPER DRIVER Baggage ,

tr staying there between times thatsticks that he may assess the propert Wagons Boynton
.
me."-Washington Post to its legal owner, but it is the dut;, CROUP. ( And] bandies, : the r'jnill" smart faun and
had to be satfr ion. It'a his delight to bound onh'livery Meet
team
Royal poinciana of every property owner. If possibleto Begins with the symptoms of a com- wupon: along New Year'i, All h Oiliu

meet the assessor at the appolnte mon cold; there is chilliness' sneezIng time to distribute our

ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT. place and time, or, at his office in th sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, Trains Points

and harrassed by a bad cough? Usi court house In Miami and return hit hoarseness and impeded respiration.Give Choicest on Earth Grocerie:!

Uallard's Horehound Syrup, it will secure property. This I respectfully urge al frequent small doses of Ballard's' SPECIAL, ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN

sound sleep and effect to do. If the'prop.- child will to those who buy them peREE SAMPt.E ROOM
1 you property owners Horehound Syrup (the cry Leave an order find we will hi vi

__ r;, prompt and radical cure. erty owners to do. If the propert; for it) and at the first sign of a croupy him rein up at your,door in an ho'ul ... "
ccm Sold by A. G. Riegel. owners will co-operate with me, th cough apply frequently Ballard's Snow to ,deliver" your purchase. ....................................e.......... !I

roll can be made correctly In every Liniment i to the throat P. S: -I'rli't's! are a .shade.. lower. '

ii fr', Only 83: Years Old.. particular." Mrs. A. Vliet, New Castle, Colo., FABER BROS. i J. E. I-IARDWICK, i

.. I am only 82< years old and don't expect Busiest house in town. Even a band writes March 19, 1902: "I think Bat- t

; even when I get to be real old tofeel played to keep the crowd moving, aIdner's. lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful Market and Grocervman Produce :
l that as long aa lean get! Electric : Groceries and'Family ,
way .
,,, Bitters" uya Mrs. E. II Brunbon, remedy, and so pleasant to take. WFST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
Sold by A. O. Rlegel. A* Prices. ;
v: of Dublin Ga. Surely there's nothing : -A"fci Living
old and makes Booad..ell&Moor -- --- e
else keeps the as young Huyler's Candies -- e
'", the weak as strong as this !grand tonic for Amen.cue : Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of
medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, iu- B M. Potter, agent Mapes, Pleasure Boat "Tattler"For
rnnie for Irrar. Armour's, Wilson & Toomer's
are flamed unknown kidneys after or chronic taking Electric constipation Bitters Second, (to duelist, who on confrontIng Painter, and genuln..lmport d Peruvian Rire: i EXTRA FINE GRANITE KITCHEN WARE e

reasonable time. Guaranteed by his adversary has suddenly grown guano. Flat Iron Building
a '' from TWs trim little auxillnr oatboHt' I. for hire by e
all druggists. Price Joe. pale and Is only just prevented the week or month. Cabin iiittnblu roroMitalnirHaronUy i Clema tis Avenue Just West of Railroad.
falling) -Take: courage, man. I know Potter at the Flat Iron J3ul1diM jgcar. ovarhaule Sloe imntculuri Inquiret If

The Majewskl Bakery is this seasonin your opponent is going to fire In the ; rles a full line of /dishing tackle and ammunition O. O. an'ohm'tOrocosy.Patronize :............................................-..../

cakes and other air Duellat-That's Just what makes -
bread
the lead. The .
me afraid. tie's such a notoriously b:1t1Al..r. : ia0il0ilOl10ilOt107101e01101a0.Y
bakery products are made by bakers shot home industries, Stra- G OItOROKOR01tOK01tOkOKOatOK01t0a1:)
Burkhardt has something to about
tf. !: say
finished in their profession. han's Steam Laundry Is still running. Y
,
I r( gasoline In another column that will\ In- g
Broke.Shadbolt work. tf.WATCIinAKER .
Send us your
HEADQUARTERS -Your finances are At a low erect consumers. Read it. G. Strohm Company i

ebb again, are they? DJnguHs) -Ebb?
On Parold and Neponset Roofing pa ._ o .
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that -
J No; that would indicate they're'aomptlmes --- -.- ---- K
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East pore Coast The best Lumber is always and Supply the cheapest.Com- i are. My at finances the flow,are which at their they never normal .. hundred 1 wluli mile to Ihfm-in.ut \V everyarsen rue Polut.| ::; lluiu: within ti,' :ont O FAMILY GROCERIESFancy j

watuhosuluek) and tcK
hula to rapair your
pany. and unvarying; level.-Chlcag ink your eyes with fliui'tiiluA 1 \ : or tcK J Ji
"y'"I 'd ,
\
Tribune. : to Mitt you mi)thing yon
WHiii in niv lino. I inn mil u -wliiUMvinitotV "
How can get a good: priming paint limy hilt a liel.ninnmit. ruituh'nt. a pru- r Food Products I Io
you COD.ol..Uo.. nwnnr In L>1..1.l c.o.. and |iei tartly reimnvllilo i
party
r: or $1.25 per gallon : Buy one gallon Young Wife-What's the trouble? fur any'IIIHIIII!... you mm have
'
Wntoliei ini.lj wulry '
with mo. I
New Era Paint at ft 75 per gallon: and Why do you sit on the edge of the W In need tratwnut nl'plllrIIlK may, lio mint l II>' mtinun-,

one gallon raw linseed oil at 70 to 750i chair? Hualiund--jWell, dear yon know ell l mull oust or by exploit.tutiiiu muil I'will I-i if ttxumlne tli| prlon and IH nut sofart I I.IItl.rulllA'r" o. Grain and Provisions J JJEFFERSO1.BLOCK I
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I i and you have two gallons of the best we are buying It on the Installment you nnn onjur tin gads incurnwl. o i
it. We and that's all I feel entitled to.- I.wlilwnit rltnrgn. lima had tweet
guarantee
made. Try plan
t paint with "'me of h.< twallioiuiv
satisfaction. R. M. Potter Flatiron Life. 1Too i, .IV years*. In oxjwnuncw mew York .uhf Iliilluum-e...lyuvra ) J o K i
,
e 'T h.n<< \V rulinitifcir) anil Oiniriao forurcvnhMif o 0
Building, West Palm Beach. .' A Crosby" t'uk."ylIe.: '' V
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Late font ,oiiulitto bOMilUcium luxturMiiue West'' Floridal
Thaw o Palm Beach
She r-l bear you have just got mar- this I iniilHittiinrl,, I rny ''iiiatnpii and I f7osolsoko
your order at The Tropical ? 1 giinritiiMo intlKfaciinnlii every ease" .
Leave ried. Is It too lute to congratulate you -
Ell:.., office- for. all kinds of engravedand He-Olf;; mud too late I was wlI.rrludthree E.AVVALKEREXPPRT'Jefferson AND OPTICIAN n '.o>toiso5ao7so.o.rol.u.c.o o 0 oO J .01ll0al"I O ',.
and visiting
,,d j' cards.monogram stationery weeks ago -Illustrated Bits.,, t Block West Palm Bench II:

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.! I.: ':'ROPI\AL; SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCU I, 1906 PAl, TURK ,:4rw\; t MI
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one had entered!' !, bin loom to the
..... troia the open' veranda window night aud EverythIng in the printing line at jie
bad robbed him. It the Tropical Sun. and all work ex-"
took
then Hbncr Ului tll'tuenuiluutea c sited In the very neatest and latest Ir: l t
td
explulu what bo fk
bad been
!ityle of the artDoWltt'8
; robbed of, mud then only after be had i '
Rustled resorted to pencil and papei lie I' I'L'l1 ,
and gesticulated and jubbeied\ sliiingoworilfc / :r :t Salvo

He was sure there could be no For Piles, Burns. Sores. ii
By C. B. LEWIS mistake as to his having been robbed $' !1 1"t

I."urluhl.PIJI..." .by MCCluro, "halt", d.. co.Apnor lIe wanted put ou the the sheriff. hall and at once all ,his und constables he- NOTICE SILK PETTICOATS r fi

ordered niUHh and milk tor breakfastand I!n County Judge's Court, Probate Jurts- sl

nope, twenty-four years old, ate It without appetite After dlcton, Dado County. State of Florida.n .
i oa II farm Just out of Melville, breakfast be wrote two or three notes I: the Matter of the Estate of, Patience,
iI I i lived his sister for housekeeper. Ad- to the widow, but tore them all up and I E?. Ward Deceased. "
with,, bl i. farm was that of the Wld- finally set out for her house. People Notice Is hereby given that on the 5 ,
l jowUlIamll, She was thlrty-flv yearn Who had seen him
every day for
with the !second day of July, A, D. 1906 1 shall "
she moved< around weeks did\ not know him. "" ""
old, but off her I>reaent my accounts for final settle- ye
girl. She bad only put bur, Simpson and the widow wens to 5 ,4 i
of a !
ltOP wb* Abner teU1p! love with tttart for the cltcus at 11 o'clock !lathe I nent and apply for my discharge as Otlf
'mourning foreuoou. At that hour ho drove to l!sxecutrlx of the 13 tate and.of the Last 1 IF

her Rue, was looked upon as a her house and d !H<'ended. She was up not 'tVlll and Testament of, Patience P. We have some very neat and stylish Petticoats '

catcb by more than one and Abiier hadtobniHh qtilto ready and asked him to wait a 'Ward, deceased, to the County'Judge,
aside three widowers, two old few minutes, He smiled and bowed' I it Mlaml" Dade County, Florda. '''
bacbelors and a young man or two be- alai u.ixwi-iucl lu tho Choctaw illiiluct I VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT, in Taffeta Silk in the leading colors. These ; .

stood in the front row.Abner "Why, bur Simpson, what ou earth'ails ,
be
'tore ]Sxecutilx of the Last Will and Testament -
Hope was what some the you?" she naked as she looked him all madeFULL
poke lie wasn't lazy, but over I of Patience P. Ward deceased.i are '
call easy !irolng. lIe Intended to take Hmlk'K and bows and more Choctaw ][: PIERRE BRANNINQ, .'
Was
widow underpin arm In due,time "You jour cheeks have all fallen In; Attorney,, Executrix
?Ja clear away the line of fences be- you mumble your words, ; you don't look for---.-- and SELF-TRIMMED
tnpen the two (arms, but he didn't nee at all like you.i'self. What hue huppeupd I
special hurry about It. \ ?" An Outing; on Lake Worth,
any The widow bad said that If she ever T\e h 4'n robbed," lie replied through Now is your opportunity to visit pointsf .
in and
ruffles Come
plaits in Black Alice Blue
would Insist on a the t tt
minted again she medium of paper and pencil. ,, Interest along Lace :W lusting at least two weeks "Qooil lauds! Hut what of?" i 4
I
tour
hrldnl ,rip to Munyon's, Itlaftd', Iti.irradhe: '

.AI I. mid coutenlciit,, be bad time to Bgure for sparing as to thowe the )most two Some"My one teeth entered Beth my plates room last are nliflit"gone. I'amous Sea Gardens, vDe'Inlet, or 'else- Purple, Champagne, Green and the changeable 1'':r ;

farm. He also wanted "IJl l I where. Special l low rape until February '
the < ever And
from you expect to
1 to 1 weeks<< study the widow and make sure that to the circus and cutui-tulu me wlttuwt go JIll[ on the launch Rosalind', A. D.: Mer- colors, Red and Green, and Blue and Green. ",

1l spa wus what she seemed, and It was a tooth In jour head. I'll not go." And I haut, muster
.1,0 pleasant thing to sit with her on so evident was her determination Hint ,I r'' '
the veranda and talk romance and Mr. Simpson abandoned! further etTort'to For Sales """' ''''''''''' .
lo\e\ There were many reasons for let. persuade her and drove off I +
5 ling things drag along. At thut juncture Abnor Hope \Vo\v; A $75 Brodlus spring motor sewing In achln'e -
Abncr never bad popped the questionand up A minute after hitching bin, horse Original cost was '75 ; will Kelt'
been answered with a "yes." although he was on the veranda bettlde the for |25. B.M Potter, Flat Iron}. Building. + .
It was tacitly understood that widow, I
here was an engagement. One evenIng "Mary) ;" be began, "I have come to HEALTH. BRJt NING.BROS. ,
be strolled over In bis easy way to take you to the clicun." t
find the widow In a snappy frame of "I-I expected to go with Mr. Simpson. I Means the ability\ to do a good day'a .. i
Bind. She bad been doing up pre' ." work without undue fatigue and to

serves that day and burned her hand. "I wanted to have a long talk with Ind life worth living. You cannot'
Her greeting/ was not as effusive as YOII.'} have Indigestion or constipation L DIES' 'OUCFIZCERSa.
nnial, but that did not disturb Abner "But you the same aa called me a without its upsetting the liver and ,

In the least He sat down and began dodo." ,I polluting the blood. Such a condition WEST PALM BEACH FLA f?' ,
to talk about the corn crop, and the "I know, but neither of us knows what $
be best and quickest! relieved by
widow stood It for ten minutes before a dodo Is." | nay : k
Abe snapped' out: They drove away together, and when lerblne[ the best liver 'regulator that .
"Look hero, Abner Hope Do you they bad made a distance of two miles i the world bap ever known. $ ;'. .
know that folks are talking about us?" and were crossing a swamp Abner took 1 I Mrs. D W. Smith writes, April 3,
'I' hadn't heard anything In particular something from his coat pocket and 1902: "I use Herblne. and find It the V

gave the packet a fling among tbe grass jest medicine for constipation and'egulating ..
"Well, I have. Mrs. Richards told me and water. the liver Lever used.." fiflc. ---- -
today that the whole neighborhood "'''bat Is It?" asked the widow. I '
Sold A, Q: Riegel
was wondering why you came here so "Shall we be married ThankRglvIngday by If you want nnytl'IDK In the sporting Broad II & Moor .

often" ?" he asked as ho dodged( her qu'\s- !' Finest'faHhlonable souvenirs of all Kot'dhue\ call and. see our assortment.

"Why-why, I come) a-courtlng: of tlon by hitting at a horse fly with the kinds and prices, at I rier's. B. M Potter, Flat Iron Building. i ;
- course. I thought everybody knew lash. I ..DruggistsWLST t ir
. answer. And the sheriff found clew. --- -- --
the surprised no ----- -
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that was -- -- -- --- ----- -- l
"And what has come of It?" Jefferson' mock I'Al.M UKACII: 7, i 1
:I but-as somas Jean'' A Mrtttct of Ironoitclntton I '.Jio sZsTh .
"Nothing as yet We a.Zm 1Joa.oz. Winter j ---- --
get around to It I'm going to ask youto i Is It too lute to mole a stand ngnlnst : Huyler's Candies .
marry me. I suppose you under- ,, the lutHptotiunclatloii of the word Plellsl1.ntl.v.1C1catf'cJ tin tlii'lulje front, ; ti
2 stand that" frieze as applied to Irish tweed On I e.. Holland rommnn.irtijr: II tine vinw of Lake Biltxuore Cream
: "Mr Hope," replied the widow as' the other \ride of St. neor e's channel "'
Puinriana
:3 the looked up with flashing eyes, "you they know better thau to confuse their Worth uiul tbu Uovul Tate.Springs Mineral Water '
- needn't waste :your breath asking me wall, decoration with their dressma- 'I West Palm Beach -.
:-3: to marry you." I i terial and pronounce tbe one "freeze" ;, Every convenience nod comfort at; J3y Mail orders promptly, ,filled!! I !
::S what's''Come dyer1 and' the other "trI So did we In ', "
"Why Mary,. you le. L. D. Lockwood, Proprietor moderate prices. ,
3 til at once?" I I old England Originally menAlng thecurling {I i i. I i (L I + t r + 0 ,
- "I am Mrs. WIlliams. If you please, : nap on cloth-from the French, Fronting the Lake 7eo 1o51o.1oAO51o7/05/o7eo"woL071o7en1oi1o S107/o1a07/o A0w OS1o ie0k0710710 .+ R
: and as I am very busy this evening I "frlser," to curl; Welsh, "ffrls," nap oetoetokorlokolKostoato.tolto.toRoetbRaatoetoatusto.toKu.t v ttortuKOtRuat a
I I' IiakeVieca 1 Hotel Royal Polnclana Vu f ., 00ON ""i "" i''
: tope YOU will excuse me. of cloth-frlze, as It was then spelled : Opposite
a "Do you mean that you are going to and pronounced, came to mean cloth I and WhitehallOlive Ito C0' II 1..,, ''
marry some one else?" asked Abner that had a pap on one side and is now tttrcet between the Bridge an I Catholic Church Rooms and Board Hot and Cold O \ o o i

after a moment's thought. applied to any rough kind of home Baths fa per day, special rates by week. MBS J. C, LA.UTHER. Prop.The 1fai ; Ir ). % f, +,
: "My business l la my own,. sir" spun. We can be sure of tile old pronunciation ( ____h___________ __. -- ,00.,.
I s
3i: "Don't be a dodo, Mary." from the motto worn by NOW OPEN sstt lin't'' '"4" .
"How dare you talk to mo this way? Brandon, duke of Suffolk, when, on his I an? After( 00 o t, /
'E 'y
that '
a Sir, I bid you good evening!r' I I marriage with Usury VIII.'s sister, : a pm ao: A Winter Resort ., 0 a ,
will Please ,,, 00 '
3 She rose up and entered the house, he appeared l at a tournament on .a you. ; I Iol'i.t: I : SS a yi
and after sitting around for half an I horse draped half lu "frieze" and half Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located.. All Modern Improvements., tttt

tour Abner took a slow departure and In cloth of gold: WM, D. VAN'T WOUD, Box 127, West F. lm Beach, Fla.m. '
, N made his way homeward. \1\.11 bethought I Cloth of void do not thou despise, ____.__ tttt. Your Furniture r Trade ..If
- A Select Boarding-HouseoI )
of
matters over his consciencetold Though thou be matched with cloth tttt
bun that tie was derelict. He fries; I t t rra High Order' 7 i
mould have settled the matter weeks I Cloth Though of thou frlze, be be not matched thou too with bold cloth, of I 19a rQt co '1) e Located the on Lake Olive"FrontKlxotrlo St., near tttt oo xo-f'I' ?

before and been to get marriedu
ready
gold .i'I
I
soon as corn husking was over. The London Chronicle. : LluhU. tint and sold bath, emit other modern aanvenluno. Table lervloeI tttt t ,--..-- ;. .
result of his deliberations war. that be I .. belt., Rate.*la to SlOa ..... CurrenpuudennP. ollelte. W r

would let a dRy or two pass to smooth Early'Europesa .. Ev..o<.. ___ __ MK8?.*'K'VNK DARLING Proprietress tttt Iron. Bed and.Spring'l1MuB, '." 'y {re \ ,
down the widows temper and then call March 1, 1500 ((0. S.), Francis de IV I I Corner Datura nad tttt oj --iU1UJa-i. :,. .iiI
and ask her to set the day. He realized Taxis appointed "capltalne et malstre The I Streets with.. . .. .. .\ ..".. ,_.. .d Oo n ;'C;
that ha loved her. 'but be didn't per-' de nos postes" by Philip regent of the I iMorinsrnx0*- tttt w,.

iplre over the thought! of losing her. Netherlands, at Ghent It Js,! a matter ALL MOSS MATTRESS dOl, .." i iI
It so happened that'Abner'bad to go of record that the Taxis posts carried Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences.: Locatednear 1 J I ,
I 1.875"
to town on a\lawsuit days and that he was-extra bony with .and Rome before 1500.:; ,
work on the farm;and It was 'week' Jan. 18, 1504 (0. 8)), Francis de Tails t OPEN NOVEMBER 10SeagLe rx'N 6 ,
tttt
before be made his next visit to the instructed to establish regular posts I I l., .. 0 0
widow's. between Brussels and the capitals of The Palms 1 Large, New Four Story Ad- tttt Nice 30x 60 Rugs 'xn

I Be found that things bad changed. Germany, France and Spain, with pay dltion Now Being Built. tttt '. 00 e
I
She was entertaining a man about forty at 12.000 u area per annum. j hcnu located the coniform .w"- Only $1.40 ..
A terra homelike I hotel, woll-nppolnted and tlfully: BlvInK : i tttt j ,I. '- ,
t'magisterpoataruw
- rears old whom she Introduced as Mr. In 15OT England bad 'a out the cone or the more eitenilve; on".. KltuKted,on Luke \"' hunting opposite! end tni.boating RoyaA1'oiuclana w". .? ) I I
.I I Simpson, Mr.SlmPllOn' ." appointed by Henry VII. Hotel White weltrwBee. electric bell. .noojimthliiBt P.lm Beech.. at. '
and It was plain from BO and prf day special rates by the week. THB West q. :
fit .
'J
..' attitude that be- war'much Possibly It was Sir Brian Tuke who Ratee : NOW OPEN tttt ; 1 II'i' .! 'J'. .. 'w 00,.

.e'' attracted.' served until---- 1C43.\ Charlea V concludeda Jefferson o Singer Sewing MachinesFor' !: ,'w ;. ''
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"ftn"
.' xu.cr was rorinaiiy I + Introduced n. Nov. 12, 1518 I II HQi.je .
, I and Baptist de ( ;Block ? tttt :
Francis
.
Mr. contract with "
Hope conversedwith
and the widow $x
Sale Rent %
II them, for ll.OOO !gold I NO. i or ..
him as If they bad seldom met. I I I Taxis requiring I , o
I, Mr. Simpson was engaged In) driving ', ducats, to maintain posts between uA HOME AWAY FROfl HOME tttt. I i If 4So rs ? +
iit/S9
I wells, putting, up wire fencing ''and i Brussels, the capitals of Germany Centrally located rod near Lake Worth. Cool,airy rooms bent. table service -- ------- op i ; /

erecting windmills, and Abner 'dis France and Spain and Naples. Everypostoce Rates $ .., covered that he had Hval. Indeed.Mr. i l was to have two horses. The V. V. SEAOLE Proprietor tttt MeGINiJ v'.u.. .

,, I.. Be.was Simpson now the was man more Inside.than'a' rivet In Brussels thirty-six-Parln hours route, Brussele was to -be Burgod covered In e' NOW OPEN ,tttt a J. B. o1 o1oa

In
I and Brrslela-A'uplee
I Abner Hope went booM'Wwak! up. seven days G Cottage Select School
'Clematis Avenue :Opposite i "I
I There waa a feeling\ >th.,, .hl. heart .tbat .fourteen days. P.1ggS. Home 't+ ;r rJ +
I, he had never felt before-that of Jealousy tttt o,. a,, t.
it blur lf Alxlul'a Warv and Cold Baths Wholesome Home Cooking t No consumptive"'Taken WO .n } i
..1i made ..ftrkplbOAelf'BriQhand : Ilamld toslst.upon l It that evSri Hot ,( Palm tttt 0" d1
early next morning be, went ove* Abdul ''political., personage! Evernla Street, Near Lak Worth, West Beach, Florida I j ;;r wo ,
- ruler, or other "" tttt r
to the next ta.nnto-MJ'rdw'Y hoe anilluctdentally ,, ; VMRS H.E., cBrilfjQJSJProprietress! 0"
'0 should die ,a natural, .death, ptber 1 } I 1 I < t I ?ro I IIeoisoleoSao7otiotlo7eolstitlotabttoleootROkoltoetostoabol
I'Ssi-l f-'l I H h-S < I ,
1 ,/
; to ask the widow to set the death are not "recofrnUed": .\ t : I ;' : i \ M, IH! ''.

I day He, but she was not to be'Se4'4.. '! but officially manners In of Turkey. When King Hum- OPENS OIt01tO1tO1tO1t0/toatOrtOROatoetOltOltey.UrY.U.u.wA4or Oko.OU.OO.O>totROStostoRo, +'l.' ;

Bad no called luck.three Then time be that lay In week wait to bert was assassinated announced at Mouza this the The V i rg i i n i la DECEfIeER FIRST .. TTr-r.r- ,

I the Pound Mr, Simpson. Fortunately for ,, Turkish sad event newspapers In the following form: 'King : 1905 D. W. FENTON &' C ,. .
II drive well man he carried a gun..I left the hall amid the frantic Centrally'Located Hot and Cold Bath. Electric Light Throdfchout .

II I ,and like when he exhibited It Abner backedoff cheers Humbert of the people. Tbe king, much Cool ROCHIIO:and CnlHlne..the very beet Patee. 'S.O<)f.T DajrJ 'Sjwrlal Ral.>*by- TS **? W -, '
9 weeks a sensible mane. Within two affected bowed several times and to Law the w.ck. or..o'1t\' ) .' ,Vt j > it was reported that-Mt. Williams MRS. A. .
Proprietress
I\I1II1OOloteI1.deRd LVHAUOH
9I I and Mr. Simpson would make all appearance was ,r *"' '- | f w? du Si ,. ,
assassinated -
Persia was
shah of OPEN
I match of it and that the engagementwould ,Wben.,the late said NOW embalmers '
:
I be brlet Abner Hope thought the Turkish hah papers rtrove tohla Tee sta e Street near *r-

II I fast and not'moved'to give fast tbe widow He was'UP.determined but "aummer Id the afternoon palace and the there was sent complained to Teheran ,4 '* J' < -Y:. rd, q .. : \ SSteI; ?' ;Town Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH FLA {

oI muter existing clrcunMtancea wa help- of Illness. Ills corpse An Ideat Family Hotel. Qood home cooking and 'well-ventilated sleeping rooms.. {
oI leas In ." On paper, however exceeded: Rates $ day, special rate y '
the matter when accident fwN of Hot and Cold Baths and modren Improvements. aoo {sib "
I alshod bUn'. weapon, all others in "simplifying this absurdity piece : by.the. week; .....MRS. BKNJ.,..COK..'Pr p.;', e.<.PalmB, a ob, Florida I OITY HEArx': ''l9IARKET \ -I .
=
0 There publishing ---i- .. )
-- tik'
was to news by. '
town
be circus In '
1 little 111. but finally NOW OPEN Proprietor.lorIdAvjl.U'eslern ...
I etlhtlilies "The shah felt a T'.A. 'FEASTER. :

J Jlo.i d' away Mr.and Simpson they' were had-lo1ted'the'wtdowti tet- hU 'Corpse'! returned too much W the even palace., for> the" Z rrttttls';: 9fiti ClematirAveTwo blocks r Meat, ;Poultry:. .OameUonli Eft II
v. was LBS' : : "'
Mel gya; ,Uvery rig_ Mr, Simpson. This phrase? whdTfJia( rfttloed; 't| Jo} tjl l. __ 1 west of R. R.Lare ItIU w ( lx i .yJ' d .: (tH'i! ofi'lth! h! U'h.'d.III' ,.x J1tA11Iel .
(.t'the Tlllag tatern. On;.toe Turks 1 __ 1 .l .... rte d. .. f rdus eeewsGcSra! \ A'CIa tlonl l.L'*. i \ +tJefforbon ....
e.t' the best.
.,' m 04Ile drcutter 'waa a brow. flay as one 0'' (pey4ptnoverlprhy0Adver'tlaer "', wry.r .1:,: the Diet"''w eQ'h*- woke up. ,'Some : ; Rate vVj 96 Pin a t!week Buell.to homoJlooplei FI a. ; transient rate $t per MRS.day. .C.., -P. CROSBYdm'Y'u ,

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( Arrival andDeparture No Secret About It. PROFESSIONAL. ... CARDS. i S. Hacker & Son I I Coast
-- East
It is no secret, that lor Cuts Bursa Florida Railway

of Trains Ulcers Fever Sores Sore! Tty es, Br,>Hn, J.AW
etc., nothing i is so effective BII.ltlot\1',<

Arnica Salve. It didn't tak 'J nag to ( t C. CltlJLLJXO-WOltTl Local Time Card No. 61. In Effect January 9,1506.
/ cure a bad sore I bad and it is all O K J.

aSOUTHBOUND TRAINS. for sore eyes" writes D. L,, Gregory, of ATTORNEY AND CuVNStLLO/l( SOU7H-90UN0-READ DOWN' NOJRTH.BOyMO..BEAB

i Southbound No. aj, Miami and Nassau Hope Tex. J5c ntall drug stores t i '--,-__::_! ....._.__...n.. __ __ .
Wc.'IlIt yarn( Dc-Itch. Isla.GtY ; aa1No. a9! No. 113 STATIOlS Xo. T8 No 74 No ;
Special: will leave Jacksonville at 8 a. tle'lTh Nn. No. :g'-'''
'---" I Dally Dally
Dally Dally I Vt.l17 ltaUy ball jrp
m., reach West Palm Beach at 5:05 p. m Fine line of latest style viating! ). O. CUltitlf> I Ds
........ '
and after crossing!: the lake to the EastSide cards and latest In letters at '1'b. 4 ii-YA: pi l 9 0211 2IJ I a..800 e Lv..lllcilaonville... ......tI... Jsokaonvlllo.......LV t 7 180"In p..7 7 40 i 'II 10 I
.
hotels will Ie.....the station here at Tropical! Sun. Call and see Bltmp\M. A ttorney and Cou'osellof-nt-Lun' '9 6 10 I' 10 35 I U (4)5 II ". ....... tit; ,,"!fc.Uoe.I ....... ,.. 6 20 p> S 40 P 0 8(1.1(
p .. .. ........... IU
WEST PM.M BEACH I'tORIDA1J .. 610\ put II a...... .. ... .... B5Nltnga. 689 p.,2 t t 12i
5:40: p. m., reaching Miami at 7:25: p. m. I II .. 10 ) pp !.!!:LI pI!'!.!..30 a 146. e .I..... ......KRH l'all\lll..e, "IIILP .. _5H h _r. '..14J "I i ,',", rI4)
if This train will tie composed entirely EC octal Dyspepsia CUr-Q I*. HltANNlNO. ,lap 700 pll 66 ..1010 a Ar .......... Too p f> OIl P ha' .1",", I',
.,....... 0
...
Lv., l'ol..IIt..Ar 10tl. In .
1 1+ J.r! p 6 00 p I.II 06 a .! 20_a p.rfi. ?"
f parlor care, for which extra seat farewill Dlqest what you eat 11rl 7 Mt p,M Ill>-a .. ....... : .. i..l lII'iii..o..Lv TID i ors p- -I
ttQrlJ9J'( Counso/Jor-.lti.LRIV. &MiMANUFACTURERS ..._ ._._. Metro ......,../.Ar 7 6d
\ be charged. wu* \d) oo''jO.. |p 8 Oft "> BQ a Lv San "LfU!! p "sop .1 II 00
.
-- ----- .-r- -.:..:... ... 7-111 P2"o6 ....... Lv....V 1110"""..............1. -. Local mall and No. will (/UI9ea over Hank,) p II' .. .......,.... ...........
express 29 ....... 782! 1'1219 l ii..........:: ..Dunuulls. :: .80 p. ,I"? ?
leave Jacksonville at : a. m., arrive WEST PALM BEACH. FUAMKDICAL OF ..........:. 740 ,,1226 P ............ .1. .....?..,.. .,.Lu ponL?.....?... 4 1/9./ .... .1 2 l a,'
9:20 L. A. WILSON _... l-'ota....,,,,. ...... ...,... 85
-- ............ 8 20I' ............ 11 In. Ornuiuit :: P
West Palm Beach at 7:56: p. tii Return. SIJA'Ctc'ALII 1189 P 88i ,,12 N, It U. ." J........... onnond ............. 02...4 2R I' "Iloi/' ,'', ''I
... AND Sash 1164) 8 411 p 1 US p 1l 20 a .. Duytoiia .......?..? 8 82 p. 15 p II 117 ,.. I
.. ... Doors l' > .
ing from the Cast Side this train will AIANtJ! PA'TUItlclt OH' ". .......... 8 bf P 116 \>.... .. .. }.ortOr."lIo..j.. a8 4 .. ...... 8 :', ,,
leave Went Palm Beach at 8:31: p m. and (1. c.ioiyiTrMTivOI ; 1220 s 920 1) t 00 I. 1li- Ar......... _._22 I' .!1160.. .10'/, I.
Boots and Shoes Blinds 101lf i ili\ '44:1"Tirj.: Ar........ iLako ilru't ......Lv 11 4T"p? 1\1 I I. ,, ,I I108U
reach Miami at 10:55: p. "'. "NO 81IRGION Mouldings hl8u a 466 I' 465 p .........OranmtlijT, ....... 12 SJ ,p IS :ftp ""I I "? p'
I I t 411 5 (10 ...Uninga Uiy' Juni-llon!! ,. 14 8o..l. 12 :ill) I' ''I'I '
.
10.8 10 !
a a I' .!.2U' "
Southbound No. Palm Beach and plltce"' u...r l-ollvr'H .. r ...-AND- r
35 "'.velo store W 1)1'11' EI1fci n'0'4 i % p 11Tjr .. Iv..N.w Smyruii! .,........Lv : :fl' T4I1 1 I' ,
Miami Express will leave Jacksonville Repairing in All\ Kinds: of Lker PALM UI(ACtl. n"Hliliiiir. nour. Uiiyal .. 9 M PI\ iff l I'. .< ............ ink Hill.....?..."LvAr 2 44 p,........ .. l : I ,
1''hllll"clllloI. VJtfM BEACH!: ia-1: 10 DO p 848 ;y, ljjjE' ............TltiuivlllB.....,...... \a enu I' 2 Gu I' t I Ii ,. ,
at 4:20 p. m arrive at West Palm Beach Goods Neatly Done '"--" Building Material, Tso iTBo ::::::::.. ...?........Jiaiifonl...,............Lvannlofl :20 aitld 'all I
4:10: a. m. Returning from the EastSide p[ u. ;\l7iii. 1'1 : U.: .a JO. aib i'l'iTa: ............ l.v.............:! ...............Ar ..... ...... ........ n n I
West Palm CHARLESTON S. C. TziTal2o""a 1J6p '{4sr i 'p ....... ..TTtusvflle- 1i ol'p TOiT"i"i 1 ,II"I .
this train will
leave B-d1.1Is WENT I'ALM.BEAI'11 Kl A ............ It 37 p 821 j I' ............ Lv!.!.......!.... Coaoa ............,..LvAr ill I' ...,. 1 00" n
Beach station at 5 a. m., reaching Miami Indian Tarried Buckskin .' ..._. :. :. JST" Largest Factory South. ......?..?.1122 p 820 P ... '.< ...I......Honk lud 8..I.! ,. II. .."...13 m ..
.. ... .. "t'gf .. UoUili... .** 1 V4,
... ... ..... .. 883 p l p .ullorkludgn ? p p '
7:30 a. m. No. 35 will carry buffet LJ1f.NTAL. Senf: ..- Pr' ...?......... I200ni 4 14 p ?..?....... ,....?..Eau Xlallle.........." 1241. p ..... 11 l' a '
sleepers and day coaches. and Horsehide Shoes -- ---- < erVTOTICE ............ 1-2\ 12 a 4 21 p ......... .. ;.........lbourua..........." 1262" ............ .IY I a "I' ..
I.Hr.. It.It.M ACT D/LJ.N.NKW5tAN. ............ 12 Ad a 4 6U p ............ ..* .....*_... Sebastian" ........... II 60It ( a.......11 l; p
No. with buffet sleeper, drawing '.. ............ 145 a B 44 II .. .. ........ ,8t. JLncIa............. 1)1 a ... .10, ;I', I'
99 Drs. MACY NEWMAN 4 20I\ 00 a 1\ (XI p 885 p ..........Fort 1'lerse....... ". 10 W 'a19te. p101' 1 12> M
& .. ... ... ............ ............ I
room car and day coaches leaves Jacksonville FOR TENDER FEET : ............ :2 I 26 a Q 2U I'. ._ Tlhballl ;. 10.12. 167 P
\ 211 624 .. ...............lIdeo. : ...........,.... 10 m a..168
a p. P
6 at 8:20 p,\ m., arriving at West DENTISTSr .1: '" lilt 6211 P ............ ." ..............Je..on .......?.... .. 10 U a .......,... b 18 P HHIMIAxjinuii
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Palm Beach at and after its Olive St, North of New Jefferson: BIO I 40 a 888 p.. ............ ..... ....... .. 10 04 al,.. ....., .. 6 dl I ..",."
h 6:07 a. m. Office in Jefferson Block rr : 14 70. P ....,..... ............ ..Stuart ...?.". X 8H ........ 0 Jk P ...,
return from the East Side leaves West W ST PA CM BBACH. PLORIDAItt. Notice! horuliy given tlmtj ahall.on the 2nth .. a1 a 7 21 p .?........1 ....... .W""I J..pILer..I. V il .1....". .. II I..

Palm Beach at 6:27: a. m., reaching LllDY'i., day ot Annual, ''y, A, I'. 1IKKI, apply to ((tbo lIon. A, 00 10 a 5 821 7110 II P 6 I 50&80 I'I' L.Ar........,Weot.... Palm Palm Bench heath.....?....,....Lv" II II bU 40 .a,1O,,,102&86 a a "III II OS piu P 10110 pp'"p
I Miami .J. K E. llolwr.. County Judge of PiKlo, Coiintj',Florlilft 00 a 8 UI P 6 40 P. .' ... Woat Palm heath ?...Ar II 16 ,,10 OU a 718 P"O" u P
?
8:30: m.NORTHBOUND S. H. RICHMOND, Agent foe.u. II r.al llioohlll''''' UN ud"lof.t"lIwr a! HID w..2 659 P .......... .".. .....,......Dnynlon..Ly. .. 7411 .1....,........ 7 t8 pi V
lfmti"t, .S U8 a 9118 p..... ...... 1I..y.. .............. 1 H8 .1.,.......... 7 05 I' "
.
TRAINS. estate obkbn JImiry Itnl h, doemtod.hated 811 a 1000 .....,Fort J.l\udl.'rdnlo......" 146 a............ 0 00 .'.,
Perrine Grant Land Company O III co yilxt donr w..nt of Pndo County Rente thl8 Will 1 Train No. 78, local mail and express: Hunk, I JOHN:> A. WUEPPEILAdminlstnltotoCthoEvtntotitJululhoary; \ U a \020 .....,.....,.flallaud"" a.... .".. 1\ 80 a....... 0 411 .'"
r 2U 10 ot8 p.-. ...... City ....... 6 08 a. .. 5 21
with buffet cars and day coaches, leaves ItEA ESTATE.CUTLER. WEST PALM BEACH. KLOIIDA I Roth. tdeooaacd. 80 a.lO M p.. p. Ar: .......... Miami...,.........Lv Sup( i.. 816 ?a. 6111 P p S :iii"p
b Miami 6 Palm i s.......... LvI........Miami' .......... JAr ............ ............ 800 I II
at a. m., arrives at West S FLORIDA __ 80 a ......... Ar ...... homestead ...... t i v ............ ............ la. !\o IDaObt i iBuiret
Beach at 8:15: a. m., and after its return r--- I 74. Cars trains 85 28, '
Parlor Can oa trains 28. 20. 78. Sleeping on mi 18
from the East Side leaves this city at 8:50: t Dlllly except tlII"I.y.CON"ENSEJ .

a. m. reachlnfc Jacksonville at yyop.: tn. -- h y" KILLS I ) SCHEDULE INTWEI8NJACKRONVILLI_ ( AND ST..ACOIl ,' ,iNaNo.

i ; Northbound No. 74, Miami and Nassau ( COUCH 23. No. 27t No. 28} lo:43' Nc 'd14No-If No 36t No. 119 No. 931 "10' 16'

Special composed exclusively of buffet J. B. McGINLEY ANt. CURE THE LUNGGfONStfmPTION SOUTHBOUND Dally Dally Daily Dally E .ally MonlEx.I Dslly MOl Oaliy, Dully Oally Ex.Mon pally
..
parlor cars, will leave Miami at 8:15: a. '" '
I L.J.cklonvlllo 8 00 a 0 00 a 9 20 a 110 j; 2 60 pl 8 00 I' 4 20 P 620 I' 880 p 000-
i i m., arrive at West Palm Beach TO a. m. Funeral Directs Win, Dr.Iing{i s I ASLAoguLlne 000 ..1000 .1080 a 1110 p. Bali 4011 P.8 80 P 920 P 9.80 ,'OOU JNORTlIBOUND

Alter to East Side stations this 82 .
going '
Ne. .18.
I No 74" No. 30t No. 1St No. 44 .a : No. 28 No. 98tiN'0. g21iMo;
train will\ leave West Palm Beach at Daily Dally D.ily palls Dally Ea Dully O.IIy Dally Dell,
r lei Ex. Sun Sun I IEl Sun
_ee 10:25: a. m., reaching Jacksonville at Make aura a ylal4 of qUllntlly and Descowary h -
i -and- When I L. Bt. "l1'uoUno 810 i''P p 0 2 pAt 12.0 11 10 a'll' 40 a 7 40 01 .1520J;
your
I N 740.: \.Ur.! erry they ware mUlerf'.1 Price _Jaokonvllla. 7 40 iip 710 I' 780 P l1u iil' 12 10 (DI240', P 740 a 840 aI U 20 I al a.Trains

No. 98 with buffet sleeper, drawingroom market ever:butthey oln.,... W.hove are hewn expand" I Improv1nN Ina FOR OUGHS and 600 & $1.00 composed eiolusUely Pullman or P.rlorClltiand extra neat fara will bo'.not -
cars andday: coaches Waves Miami Embalmer: "vor and vegetable eves.. OLDS Free Trial. Day coaches oD rated on bona trains on which no edn or lost fare la charged.
1500 NnpJ Annul II\JlIY Illus.tralud
at 8:20: p. m., arrives at West Palm ,Li..to all applfetnta.n No. 17 '
Surest and Quickest! Uure for all No. 113 1'10.91 110
No. lD Lally No. ye 112
Beach 10:25: p. "'., goeato the East Side Both licensed b.v the Stn te to cm halt D. M. FERRY CO., Detroit Mich. THROAT and I/UMG TROUBLES Nan Unly Xue. Dally };x, IIJa7por' Branch Dan, Oaly Xen.Uoly Dally

and leaves here for Jacksonville at : or MONEY BAC2.f. .. Nlto.
10:55 and) prepare bodies for shipment L 4r:11.: 'l 'TW 10 "1' p 'UIiVL Lv..Jl\ck."vIUo. M'MAr TI :1; 80 P T uo li--:=
p. m., reaching the latter place at 8:40: 240 p 101x) e 8 40 I' 8 54 a Ar..I..blo. 1I0.ch.--. II 50 alII 50 a 4 64) p" .._
1146 10 M 11 48 I' 809 ........AlJanUc Beaoh__ 8.8 an 46 a 4 46 ._
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s. DI. Lady arBistant.GEO. 800 phi 10 a 7 00 p9 tll ............ Maypon..,......n..L". Silo a l 11 80 s 4 80 pl ......_
Northbound No. 28, Palm] Beacbjand ,
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP"CONNECTIONS AT nAML!
Miami Express, [composed of conches _

and buffet sleeper and makes all stops. HASLEHDRST & SON SouthernTwo Railway Close Coanectloa Male at Miami with SteamshIp ol the P.,4: O. S. S. Company far

Will leave [Miami at 5:10: p. m:, reach .

West Palm BeBchJfatJ': isS p. ,m. After Havana, Key West and Nassau.

going to the East Side; this train will Contractors and Builders Trains Daily to Washington and New York. i Three Sailings Each Week.

;' leave West Palm Beach:station at 8:13: > P. O. BOX 304 ... RClIEflULK EFFKCTIVE NOVEMUKIC:: : : : l, 1805Goo. j Trains discharge passenger at ahlp' side. No transfer
4 p. nl., reaching; Jacksonvillej7:4O: : a. m. I ,
These TIme Tables nbaw the times at which' train may be : to arrive at and dopart
Yvo.n4 N4.85 Two Trnlr. .'a.t f I IsS l7Nonl North and wear So 14 No.18 from theaeveral stations, but their arrival or departure al the times stated fa not guaranteed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS FOR SALE Dor ta this Company to be held nepobalble lor any delayaor any eonaeqnenoea arlmug tber (rom.
\ Y ; Lv Jacksonville Ar 741 ""'74SP C.v ackauavle.SoRyAr. S1N'a -
In Court of County Judge, State ol r r 4on SS > C.V J..ltl \1' 1 I 10 401 I. :\0" C.v Jeasup. So Ry .\rl U IOn 0 860.los For Copy of the! LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information
Florida, Dade County. )kIp tsn Lv SRVnltltHh Ar 'Onn, soon Ar 8n Ry I. 141''". 1/011:/ "
I one of the most beauti. 6esp l7 ooa Ar Coluntbla Lv III I--" 611011 5 eon Ar Atlanta So Ry Lv II lap 10)IIUI' SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
In the matter of the estate of PrIncE I lplo: p ,' Ar Charlotte Lv ] 10 B5q : Ar Rome. l"o Ry Lv UOap 6SUp)
fully situated homes I JJIi1 SI Ar Gr'en.h..o Lv 1111Hn 19w Ar DRUon. So Rv Lu 7Oar, 4 1 p J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Qen'l Pass. Act.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
J. Baker. Y 'In Ar Danville. J.v l00R 9415 Ar h.ttanooga; 1 1.1 88"p II UOI'S
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To all creditors, legatees, distrib in Florida.One -:--/ Richmond Lv1409p1180p.Ufa qop sop Ar Ar Leainglon Cinclnnat'9 8o_..r t ll B BDn8411p fM.:,: r -

b' utees and all persons having; claims of Lv l.luc.allRt UIII 4 70a

\; demands against said estate. 4 aliI Ar Lynchburg J.v U 1101') 'ii ii\a 7 10. Ar 'hICIIIJC. Big 4 Lvl II Slip
hundred and ninety feet abOv e II IY,n 1III,. Ar Ch.rlotteovllle I.v I 4.,. I';, a 8 J51"L v (N'un) ....Art (!
V You and each of you are hereby notified level ,. 0u 950p Ar, W..hlllJtoll J.vl161n U nap" 7LoaArChicagolaLtrenLv! A4upl
overlooking clear fed xacLsth ;
sea sprint ---
t and required to present ; n Loa Il sap Ar Ullltimore 1.v 1Un, SIts IJ : 8451>Lv cl O t :: ; : a
any lake, with views of hills for some mUi. 53sa: ArWcBt l'bll delphlnJ.v 88r., I2.3 n/Ar C5icnlro.alon. tAIArl' 4'iRr->> n { r
; claims or demands which you or Absolutely healthy with deligbtfu 416. ja(1a! ( Ar New Vork Lv_121Un' YlrpNo 9qp LVChmin'Bti,l5i1AD.r 70un6alItArToledo \ -

k' either of you may have against the o.33 and 54.-"New York and Florida Express. ID t I
country for riding and driving.! Dally! Pullman Dr.wlng.Roo"l BI"eplnll Car 7 n5u Ar Detroit, I M I : :tooopa8OpLoCiuclnnnt :; ;
estate of Prince J. Baker deceased 1'.rt 1'.mpn and Jacks "lIle to New York. l ilI: I.c.Ai-. +; > .f'
]late of bade County Florida to the 64611 Ar Clevel."," Ills 4 LvI II SUIII- ,' "
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Prince J. Baker, deceased Three Hundred 8 Bon Ar LoIlIRvllle. Ky. Lv f Yap ;;;-I-; ; ; t4-Daily.; solid Vestibule; ; train:; .
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I THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, urUDA, SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 11)06) PAIR FIVE t 4

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Lecture onChristiance think of the proposition that Christian I

Scientists may be permitted to em-

TIE: OLD RELIABLE: .Science ploy Christian Science for themselves You

but be compelled by law to use a less

(Continued from lost week) efficacious system for theIr children, The /
COMPARISONS WITH OTHER
.whom they love more than themselves?
SYSTEMS.
LookYellow
Various systems of In many families one of more children /
healing are extant -
I RoyalBAKING have been.lost under.ordinary medical
They .are, all more or less material -
care. .In the same families one or New York

\, except Christian Science, which more children suffering with the same ,

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represents more and achieves proportionately disease have been restored to health S

I more than any other, because by means of Christian Science. Is It 1 If

I Jt Js purely metaphysical, irest- strange that the>uarents.ln these families The trouble Js,your liver's '

fog upon a spiritual.basis. It has heal- should .have more faith in Christian sick. One of its products 'Herald r

POWDER ed .almost every disease known to hu- Science than In materla medlca "bile," is overflowing into r

manity and the so-called incurable Should they! be .condemned or punished your blood.

diseases have All yielded to Its beno- for .halvng .learned to trust God la You can't digest your food, .. .. ,

ABSOLUTELY PURE flcent influence. Indeed, it is self-evi times of trouble, as the Bible admonishes your appetite is poor, you ''
Greatest
Buffer dreadfully from head- Paper
dent that If any disease Is not a part .them to do? Let any one investigate -
ache stomach ache dizziness

of God Himself, it is curable, and there .and be will find that In Christian

The greatest of must be something that can: cure It Science families a more uniform condition etc. ,What malaria you, constipation need is not a, Published ,

imodoratome The most that can 1 be said ,of jmaterlamedlca of health prevails than .those dose of salts cathartic: wateror l

helps jjfo jj Is that it Alleviates Buffering, same families manifested when they pills-but a live tonic: I :

although, unfortunately, such relief is were believers In materla medIca.

perfect csokssg often only temporary, and frequently Christian Science believe In ChrIstian, Contains More ;;
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brought about! by means of remedies Science treatment because they know Bedford'sBlack.Draught }}

that produce worse Ilia than those from experience that their children Automobile News '

Used In the best families which they relieve Furthermore have a better chance at living and I t

the world over the same time that It strives to cure growing up to useful manhood and wo- tt t

disease, It evolves new ones out of manhoop under this treatment than r ri", ''rtit 1, t

uea.aw10111 every advancing step In Its so-called under any other system. Christian Than all the Other Papers Combined ;, I

--., progress. Christian Science, on the Scientists do not advertise nor do they '
::::---- contrary, always uplifts the patient sanction any quackery They make no This great medicine acts gently on ?' 1yl 1'
the sick liver It the blood +
purifies ,
morally and spirItually efforts to patients. All that hCh,
AGO while It heals secure
the
YEARS feeds
30 renews appetite, nerves, Exclusive Reports from all the
him physically. in many cases Christian come to them come volpntariiyAs clears the brain 'and cures constipation '

ON EAST COAST6onllnunl Science practitioners discover for public protection, Christian Scientists Winter Resorts = '.
It Is a true medicine for sick liver ,
that the moral and physical are so Interwoven are the'most law-abiding peoplein r
and kidneys, and regulates all the
"alre 1, as to be inseparable In treatment the world. There Is no fear that .digestive functions. Try It. ,
from When a man's sickness Is either they will not observe the re latlo\l.B' At all dealers In medicines In

boW Into banana groves and eating I partly or wholly caused or per- of health,boards in relation to 'contagi 25c packages. I

petuated by his sins, what is the use ous and other diseases, since they believe t
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pawpaws. "
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of giving hIm pills? No material rem- in the Qolden Rule and know
Finally, desiring to get some definite Those who desire to make a thorough _-- --_ __ : : i in
de- -
edy will touch or uplift his moral nature that their success' and happiness

news of the conditions prevailing and some of them seem to have pend upon Its literal observance. sudy of it will find that this Infinite .I" ,.

throughout the country beyond what a contrary effect. If sIll has caused TRUE MENTAL 'OR SPIRITUAL science tests the temper of their best
'The State of Dade' I
WM then called the /disease, whatever leaves sin untouched HEALING.Tardy. Intellectual steel. It is, however, the
and one other determined to tramp cannot heal the disease. Tho the followers of material systems

along the coast ,to Jupiter; In the hope world may well begin to learn that begin to: acknowledge the part most satisfactory of all studies, be- ''A : ti

that there we might learn something.And I here is one, and only one, way of sal that mentality plays In disease and its eternal-ly Don't 'Fail to Read .. li1KM .

It was walking, though neces- vation. It must be scientific It it Is to cure, but as they have always lookedfor true, and it can be demonstrated ,7 1 1i v
When the tide In a measure, every step of tha way. ,
sarily limited. was reach the and In the direc-
cause of disease In sin\ uud cause cure wrong
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out we could make good time, but as the cause of sin in mortal mind, ob- tions, so now, with the perversity of The satisfaction that one enjoys who i v}

1 It In we were driven gradually proves' the principle and rule: of ChrIs- New
came literating It and its effects Christian long established habit of incorrect The York
tian Sclense for himself must be -
experienced
backwards until further
backward and -
Scientists are In nowise arrayed thinking, they ascribe the cures effected -
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to be appreciated. When he i i"1 nnt" "
walking became Impossible. Thenwe against those who practice inaterla by Christian Science to mental sug-
knows by experience that the truth as )
the
ourselves In
would shelter modlca. We were all believers la it gestion, will power, hypnotism; men-
bushes and wild growths along the at one time. We are convinced tal science, which are spurious and not declared in Christian Science can be :

banks and wait until the receding tide proven, and when he proves it for him- Herald :
through our experience In II. and in related to Christian Science. Whenit
again made it possible to continue our Christian Science that we have foundIn is declared that God, heals disease self, he indeed enters into the joys ::. .. 4 yyyy yyyyi
of his Lord '.r '
walks. the latter a better way, and we be- through Christian Science, these peo- ,i t1N l' ,

""We passed by Lake Worth, and at lieve it to be the very best was be- ple generally scoff at the Idea. Where- .THE DISCOVERER AND FOUNDEROF r a'i '

that time It was fresh water, and not CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. t ?t t,
ra.ISIt Is Ond's way, as shown in the fore Is this assumption bf superioritythat i w
salt, having no outlet to the ocean. work of Jesus. We have the great- considers itself a judge of all Along the vista o'f time we see here While_ in Florida, and: Keep Informed :

"We! kept on, completing the ninety est respect and admiration for the things? Do the failures of four thou- and. there the great characters that '
have illumined the history of the race. on Home and Foreign Affairs
miles to Jupiter and then found that ,
philanthropy ant nobleness of many I sand years of materla medica to find
We dare to think what the a'
our errand had been a hopeless one, physicians; we count some of them the scientific way of healing the sick, scarcely
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world would have been had not there
and we at once jLurned and started among our best friends, but we can- does the failure of orthodox religion .. _

back. In just about two weeks afterwe not close our eyes to the faults of the to do so according to the command ofJesus' appeared from time to time a man or
woman good enough and great enoughto
had left our little settlement at the wisdomor
system which they represent. It has endow either with
be touched by eternal truth, and
Cutler we were back again. tried everything on earth and In the right to judge and condemn that
"Yes, It was a somewhat lonely which heals the sick? Who should brave and self-sacrificing enough to
sea as a remedy for disease, What today -
stand for it. 'Mrs. Eddy, discoveredand THE BEHGH CLUB
walk," replied .Commodore Allen, to a la considered remedial, tomorrow know best how Christian Science |
pl'ocllamed 1 to the world the God-
question 'and there were but few peo- becomes questionable, and next yearIs heals?
given freedom of the race from all
ple along our route. At New Riverone discarded. The conflicting theoriesas Again, we quite frequently hear from (Incorporated)'
sickness, sin, want and woe. She re-
family had Beetled.\ At Arch to what constitutes hygienic law the pulpit, after a recounting of a lot 'vealed yy
the which
science/by men
Creek one man was living alone. Dr. have been amusingly illustrated in a of mere opinions as to what Christian may {
begin to realize that freedom and enter RESTAURANTBreakfast
Potter, now of West Palm Beach, was series of articles which have appeared Science Is, that there is nothing new
upon their heritage of righteous do-
then In Florida, at place called. Bls- during the past year In a popular in It; it is Buddhism, or whatnot. LetIt
minion over all evil. Some time this i
cayne. His brother was with him. Jlr. newspaper under the heading "Opin- be said unequivocally that such assertions knowledge had to come. According to r

and Mra. Lovelace lived In the old ions of Experts." Absolutely, contrary are mere exhibitions of Igndr-
the promise of Jesus, It was to be the '
fort at 'Miami." recommendations aa to diet, bathing ance. Christian Science Is uterly unlike spirit of truth the comforter leading ; ,, : Luncheon : Dinner

Commodore Allen was asked re- and exercise have appeared on suc- any Oriental thetyy of philosophyor $
into all
truth. Some one had to be
garding his acquaintance with the cessive and all founded religion. That anyone should consider -
mornings, '
good! and pure above all others In or- ., '
Seminole warriors, whose names were upon reasons that were declared ,to be them alike shows that he under- at' all Hours .,i,: )
der to perceive It. Any great discovery I Ir
in every one's mouth throughout the scientific. One recommends! much eating stands neither these theories nor ; '
along a given line Is always made ,
country and in reply related the fol- recommends Christian Science.
;; another little; one c
by one whose thoughout, desires and 'I '
lowing curious incident It Is quite true that Christian Sci- "
: condemns
certain exercises another '
studies are reaching out be'yound those. "Orders Received for Parties d
"On one trip out from Miami Young them and recommends contrary exercises ence Is not/new In one sense, since of other people. The world is some- Special, .... .. ;4i

Tlgertail. leading his little son by tho one recommends frequent bath- there can be nothing new to eternal
; what accustomed to Christian Science of three or more. .
bllD(!!. came up to its and clambered, declares that Truth. It Is in accord with the De-
Ing, and one even people to-day, and it Is a welcome subject in 1.i. dir ,
aboard our vessel He handed us a should not bathe at all Theseare calogiie and the Sermon on the Mount .
many circles, and its wonderful' and 'I' '
roll of buckskin and asked us to sellIt samples of conflicting theories which indeed express, the essence of
blessed achievements are wonderfuland
fur Mm and buy whiskey in return that characterize materla medIca. It Truth. It cannot therefore be new in Pleased achievements, are generally ''I. OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY Jw ;' rt tl
but made to
has a history of four thousand yearsof principle, as applicable acknowledged, but there was a time ,
'This we did, purchasing halfof the dire needs of humanity, It Is new. '
nearly !experiment, and Is still experimenting. when Mrs. Eddy was the only Chris- Aeu..ort of 1900 '
an old vltrol whiskey Although the influence of mentalityupon
of
carboy full It is voluntarily acknowledgedby tian Scientist on earth, when she stood

But Ou',the way back from Key most celebrated votaries to be disease Is now acknowledged, who absolutely alone with God before the
West we encountered a norther, and merely an experimental system. If was there that believed In It prior to whole world and incurred the ridiculeof '' (

were delayed for days and days. Our there were any principle underlyingthis 187S, when "Science and ,Health" was I ignorance and the hostility of the- ---- ,
supply of fresh it first published? The author of that
that
water was exhausted, system. Is It not time oretical forms; of religion and material I

and we started In on the whiskey, should be proven? If the tabluatlons book 1 18 the first person to discern the .modes of medicine because ot her discovery C f

drinking nearly half o 1 It. Then we which present Its observations and cause of disease correctly? and to givean 'I of Christian Science. Today FAYSHOLESFar ', :
filled the adequate and complete analysis of !,i. .
up carboy with salt water. the theories which are evolved there- all religions and all methods of hearing {
'When we again In at startIng absolute scientific Its cause, and to-day her book stands.
put our from were of any are somewhat touched by it. The,
point we saw Young Tlgertall sit- should no't the experimentalstage alone in this respect as well as in the ,
value, I world is up-lifted by her teachIng'S and ting on the bank with h1f! little on be passed after four thousand rules for treating disease met -physl- example. Through the silent andjovt '

near him. We paid no attention to years? Is it not a self confessed condition cally. Christian Science shows that I Ing influence of the science which she -' It
aim, and kept river, combinationsof anything which la capable of doing TYD.'
on up the He of weakness that I teaches, human thought Is arising

followed In a !canoe! came aboard, and,| medical societies and the medical I evil has no origin in God, but is onlya ,somewhat from the depths of1roas, ?

we gave him the 'UqU01', He drank fraternity generally should come be- i part of error. It therefore declares materialism. Where would It|t be to- i : ; _.

heavily, and then putting the carboy fore our State Legislatures at about I that.hypnotism is not a proper; methodfor : day, where would we be but.foe,, ;, ithe ,

down, said merely, "Too much! salt water every session and demand special legislation treating disease. The good it sometimes purity of purpose, unswerving: perse- I Sb l i ,
: of which Is almost seems to do eventually, results : ffifittrAcknowledged
the tendency Is verance and sublimity of courage' displayed -; , : r rI
"FIve condition Man
years ago I was once more Invariably to shut out all other |Iln a worse ; prop- I by ''Mrs.; Eddy through all those ,
down Influenced the divine }lIndonlY'
In erly by
that section, aboard a vessel systems? The execuse generally given I years of trial and persecution T.WJifl, I .
and and the human cannot out- "' "
one morning Just as we were that the public needs to be protected mjnd I that has gained ''krip'w'le'dge of
any
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to b "The' Best Machine the
Preparing line that Influence nor picture it. on' Market 1 1I'
breakfast is groundless -
I saw a buck Indian against Christian Science I Chris Ian Science, but regardwith'shudder .,, a

coming out of the glades with a and puerile FEAR the memory pf the time twhen Lightest''Shift'",}.til'test I2ndoing,1) Tbe Champion Speed Writers of the World
large >Fear Is not a part of God and should i I' ,
swppiy of yams I called to him, CASE OF CHILDREN. he did not Jt, ,when, in ho' \' '' '
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possess ; It. lore [In Pcnsacola
anti Invited him aboard 1 good not therefore affect us. The fear that 'I use) } Pay.Sh&es.usql! : than any other single: make ,
"and tobreak- Christian Science is quite as .language, of Scripture; "t1,1ei! earth'''wa'i j '
fast t, but Qod li making us sick should l be utterly I ,. r
he Thou-
declined. Then r offered for children: as for adults. without form and Void, and dartfness'was ie it Before Bq yiog.R. .
him and in- ,
can be .
Some coffee und ('thl ha accepted.!. sands of children suffering with con- destroyed Chris-I! upon the faei(; of'thelileejtlj't'hegratitude '|[
As Science. The fear that '
tian ,
be sat there drinking It, I related and other terrfble diseases of s'iicli'' l wtlf, n'evjp'f let 0" *'
tagious a One, C. DAVIS, State Ale( t. Y
the story of the restored to health and life sick because: of having broken some I ,)'/ ;' ) ,"_, ,i "( ,,,, "
Bait water whls-
have been him forget Vft'faifei; ( to 'thdjividnjU, pxperlence |
key. material law of health Is equally un- tt 'Local' .,
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j OH -KENDALL
The AS '
Indian heard me patiently through the Intervention of Christian I I {bijouigl\ \ ) Jrifc ,Eddy's dlscovery ?-' III'i<( .I' Agent;"

the md. and then he looked up and Science after they had been given up' worthy of respect or credence, as science of chjrlgUan\; ; Solsu04tJ spirit bt 'At thV Tropical SUtf, ."'. ", .I, \VB8T: ''PALM' BfiACii, ftLAI ::
'aid proves in many" instances and .. ,
simply Thou- I
'He my father. He long to die by medical practitioners. God motet uporv,the fttte of the 'waters"\
Sleep 'ltxt""n '. have been healed of will some day prove universally and l ." : "... ,' -- .. ", ,, -
years. sands of children I and Md'flMtd' ; 'let'ifMfe' tie1 light, and'there'WaU'ilgG''nr' '( RATE
chronic InValldlam and of terrible deformities finally '' +u' ,. o" 'Jr' .IIgOwIIrIVI ;.

PIANOi action of Christian AN EXACTING BUT SATISFACTORY: Ma .... Miaingbes.MfW .
FOR SALE. through the ; : r' 'ttJ1IW) fill iItr << ;'h'gC'avety''ep thet .1. I

Co !' $400, made *>y! Haloes ;&. Co., Science, when all other nieanahad" r" .."TUDYt. ; ? : tor I.ntelectulI.l ., l fg, 'J: i ;m''ti 614rs4R1t.i \ ilr4Va', ;' : :&Va. bf f' ::;( rQtfe..t'f.il.tit: {# ;.,. \ )
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PAGE SIX THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, SATUllDAY, MARCH I 1006

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till SPORR'S DRINK REVERE COFFEE AtFaherBrojI





HAD HER THERE. Biltmore Cream, Broad well & Moore \ ,-

; (Dne Cent( A Oood
Gas engine repairing and lathe work'

N at Huffstettlers. l JEtf

,I, .., .. A-WOF3D i Blue r '' i4PiEST
A Hard Lot ,
of troubled. to contend with, spring froma '
/ Classified advertisements in fate column .at C 0T"
torpid liver and blncltaded b'1welsunl4.'ss
word for each Insertion. Serge
nJ at one cent per
awaken them to their
v you proper
Count the'words and send thee
action with Dr King's New Life Pills
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cash with the order .
along
the pleaanntest and most effective or ,
for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis MONEY! TO LOAN %
and tone up) the jynteni. 9jc at ...... ..
J *- -< J"-'
all druggists. IF YOU HAV1; IROPERTY J THAT Blacl{
r you want to Improve and need money
J S n 1" ? Leave orders at Potter's Flat Iron to do it with' apply to Geo. G. Cuine, ,

Building for Battle's gasoline and I West Palm Beach.LANDSCAPE.

kerosene delivery JtOtt GARDENING. Clay


Half bikes repaired at Cummings I BENJAMIN COOK LANDSCAPE
/
Gardener. Care of fruit and flowers aipeclalty.
Mf. Fllttyi "Acp ept you Mr. Qrlnlyf Why, everybody regards you as a Clematis aye, opposite bank. All work Best references. Have beenin Worsted
Jok ." guaranteed 9-IJ-tf charge of W J Allen place for six
_. years. Would like the care of 'a nice
( ( Mr. Grinlyi "And they say you can always take a Jokal" place anywhere on Lake Worth Address .

.Lecture[ on Chrlstian Science. B Cook, Box 158.West Palm BeachBatteries SUIT
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and Complete Launch Sup. (
(Continued from page Five) aa
{ paragraphs ofInterest Progressive person who has revealed a step 1 in plies, at Fowler Bros. & King's.

moral or religious reformation baabeen Brass SBa'tlng, at Fowler Broa. &

Local Bridge PartyMrs. hated and maligned by that which King's.- and all Wool *4I

was In need of such reformation. Remy UaguetoR, tiS.oo. Best made, $ I
J. R. Devereaux and Mrs Stephen -
at Fowler Broa. &
1 Tats Springs mineral water. Broad- Baldwin of Detroit are sojourningat ';reprehensible that the pulpit\ which Ktpg's. \ too

well & Moore. ought to welcome every hope \t deli-
the attractive Bungalow of Mrs.
,
,, The Board of County Commission-
v era. will meet in Miami next Tuesdayin Bnrliholder. On Tuesday afternoon verance and very message of peace #
and good will, has joined in the cry flathst: nv '
they a
regular monthly session. gave progressive bridge party
of condemnation. To all of this Mrs. .
Lathe work'on brass arid steel at Cum- for Mrs. -''f. Van Orden, Mrs. T. L. .
Eddy has never made reply 4
anangry Models
tnlngs. 9-i3-tf. Chadbourne and Mrs. Dr. Overfleld, of

itu Again the Board of Trade failed to Houghton,
meet at the appointed time, Wednes- gospel that she teaches, the gospelof '
.Mrs. W. E. Childs and Miss LottieChilds I I
day evening, but this was" to be ex- of Calumet, Mich., Miss Nan Christ, the gospel!:! or love. I

pected, O'Qrady, Great Falls, ''Montana, Mrs. These are the simple tacts. 1 should 'nttIrL.

Mr and Mrs O. B. Ballard have Geo. W Mctcalf, Douglas, Wyoming/ consider It presumptuous to praise Mrs.

5** concluded a visit of several weeks Mrs. A.'Dyatt and ''Mrs. Fields, ot,New Eddy. A character touched by the --,

with L. T. Ballard, and returned.. to York, Mrs. A .MartHng Ilidgefleid, N. deepest humility and Illuminated with

their home in1: Troy, Pa. J., Mrs. 8. L. Smith. Detroit, Mich.; love of God and compassion'for roans I :CQvvQ.G"+ r... .

Mrs. W. DaCamara ,Mrs. Christ-like It needs no eulogy. Her .
B. W. Burk-
Mr. R. O. Davies, a prominent news- IT IS A LONG STORY
holder 'Mrs. S. F., Worthington and life is an open book wherein are recorded
paper and business man of Cleveland,:
'Miss Josephine Lindley, West Palm only good deeds. The signsof that refers to an account. ,
Ohio, Is again at the Holland for a I
stay of some time. Beach. Dainty refreshments were these times are prophetic. They "The depositor ia an esteemed patron
served on the spacious veranda which point to the gratitude to God that is of years' standing. First, butttoesa wag \

Mr. Harry 1. Brown editor and was beautifully decorated with cocoanut appearing in the hearts of man for the small, but the account grew with the 't'

general manager of the St. Augustine palms, palmettoes and 'tropical life and works of the leader of this rosperity that attended the bank." "

I Evening Record, spent Thursday flowers. Mrs. Lyon won the first great movement! destined as It is, to \ ." ,

In the city on business prize, a superb silver loving cup filled accomplish the regeneration of man- Banking for Profit ,\

x ,Mr. H. J. Sterling; a well known with violets, and the 'consolation iind. requires patience for both' depositors

business man of ,Delray, arrived prize, suggestive of balm to the disconsolate TIlE PROMISE. end bank.

j Wednesday evening and spent a day fell to :Mrs. Chllda. We should be aroused to .gain the Stand in with our conservative meth D. ft. ftLLEN
freedom which is God-given, which Is
or two in the city on business. oils and your profits will be a cause for
ours by right, which is an inheritance,
County Judge A. E. Heyser returned A Bargain.A congr tuIAtions. Oren an account Inour
lawful
incorruptible, "that fadeth not
to Miami Wednesday, after a visit of A 5-b. p. two-ccley engine for Is saving: department.

r several days here, looking after his 1-125 Palm, at Beach.Potter's, Flatiron Building, West of away.our right It to awaiting it. God our Is good.aasecrtlon You DADE COUNTY STATE BANK, Real Estate Agency

orange grove and other property In- West Palm Beach, Florida.
cannot find a place in the universe

terests. PIERCE'S BICYCLES at Cummings, : where He ever falls to be what He
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f\VANTED.-Young man preferred, Clematis Beach. ave., opposite bank, West Palm naturally and eternally Is. Christian --- City Surburban and

with some money and good account Science demands, however, somethingmore ,

e'f hlmsolf, to take haIr )nr..ro..r in than mere passive acquiescenceor

fruit and poultry developing scheme 25 Words of ApprecIatIon belief in It. Simply believing in fLake Worth ProduceCOMPANY Country Property

tulles soul hot West Palm Beach.:: Developments In reading in the Dally News issue good, offers slight' protection from

well under ", ay. J. K.': of March 2,' of the change of owner- evil. The fangs of hatred and malice Sale and Rent
e .
Bell, Box 2235, West Palm Beach. ship of the Dally and Weekly West must be drawn. Actively at work In AND COMMISSION

Palm Beach News I cannot resist from consciousness Christian Sclencae\ protects MERCHANTSFruit
iMr. Wm. Gardner and Mr. McCurdy,
\ publicly expressing my gratitude to from sin, disease, accident and '
two popular young; gentlemen of Allegheny West Palm Beach Florida
Barman the Dean, brothers and their associates every evil, through the power of divine and Produce, Poultry andE&"Jls ,
Fa., are guests at the
for the very courteous and generous Love. It is an Individual as well as
for a few days. They have been to Our SpecialtiesThe
treatment (both in and'out of universal benediction. It comes to you
Cuba on a pleasure trip, and of course
season) that the different organizations and to me (in our greatest or smallest
could not withstand the temptationto
which I am interested jt, .have need, revealing that which saves to the Finest Oranges. and Tan
spend a few days in West Palm
always received, and I voice the ex uttermost, declaring the eternal Christ gerines.A ..
Beach on their return home. .
pression) of the different members of and it !says with Isaiah! "Arise, shines I .
,Aliases Alice and Mabel Blrkbeck, said organizations that always and at for thy light is come."'

two popular young ladles of Brooklyn all times, communications have been (The end.) ,

., N. Y., who have for several weeks so cheerfully attended 'to, and insertedeven large shipment of Choice

been enjoying life at the Keystone, to the eleventh hour Nonesuch
up >( go- .Three R'_Repairing Rip and n.nta. Apples
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left Tuesday for their northern home, Ing to press. If some American mothers heard that I.. -

and will stop in Daytona, St. Augus- May success attend them' in whatever heir young Jimmies or Waldos or -

tine and Atlanta en route., They made path of life It seems best for themto Clarences had to perform the services.
many friends while here; and expectto follow and in closing wlH say, with In their private school that English Several Cases of Extra Nice The Americus Fertilizers
return next season. boys have to do In similar Institutions I Fresh Eggs. .
the
immortal Joseph Jefferson: Here \
there would be i
pity and Indignation
Dr. Clarence B. Strouse, of Gainesville Is to I _
l yourself and family; may you pity for the youths and Indignation at -
has received 'word from Dr. Wm. live long and prosper. the hard hearted muster. But the CUBom I I I Vtgetable, Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree

Spurgeon of London, Eng., that he Mrs Olivia Burnham. ', doesn't seem to ,hurt the young __Nice_ Large Fat Hens and Plump : and Strawberry .Fertilizers. Have been
had arrived in New York ana would .March 2, 190G. Hrltlsh\\>rs. At a school la Brighton i
j be in Gainesville to open the Chau- where boys receive thevflrst half decade Chickens j successfully used on Florida soils for many

>; tauqua. Dr. Spurgeon is an eminent T. J. Campbell: the wheelwright and of their I learning even future peers' yeara. For any information call on or address -

divine and his eloquence hall stirredall blacksmith, will hereafter give his per*"* are taught to sew on their! buttons and I I '.
darn their hose and rents In their unerclotblng. Lake Worth Produce ]
Comp'yCLEMATIS
England, and the name of Spur- sonal attention to his wagon; and Only their outer garments
geon is familiar to all people who blacksmith shop, on 'Clematis! avenue, are sent to the tailor. Any shirking of AVENUE I Be M. POTTER

spealc the English language. and solicits the patronage of all of his the tasks brings the same punishmentthat ... ,

1' Hartford tires No. 77, '3.oo each, a old customers and many new ones. His 111 prepared lemious would. On FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla

f Cummings 9-13-tf shop will be open ten hours per day, certain days the small boys'are taught
the rudiments of cooking and .
laying a
and he will resume his weekly visits tb
The business
first
meeting of the
table and AUGUST
at all\ times they must keep STOCKER
newly chartered fraternal Insurance Delray to look after his customers at their rooms. In order. It is true some _.

society, the Brotherhood of 'Man, was that place. parents object to this, but they must Hiph-Class Experienced

held 'Wednesday evening, when active submit or take their sous away. The
t' steps were taken looking to the For Sale majority of fathers believe the plan a
wise, one.-New York Press. CnstofflJloeiMerFineBootsanuShoesMauBtoOfuer B r West Palm
>, establishment of a local lodge. It Is Small eighteen-foot motor launch,with BeachTown

learned that much encouragement In hood. FIrat-cIas in very respect. Price Two or Pita Habit.

I ji being met by the projectors of thepr- $1SG cash. B. M. Potter. Flat Irott "Two thing the average ban: does at

P der, and as BOon as practicable the organizer Building. every opportunity from mere force of Lots.Choice
it 7 will the habit," the .
commence organization PORTLAND BI IcJ observing woman.
CEMENT. Repaliing
J j of. lodges In other towns and "One Is to set his wntch every time he Neatly Done
We 'have
just received another
cities. car passes a standard timepiece, and the Wear Rubber Heels for Comte t.
of Portland Cement .barrels and 100 other-It.lnn't very delicate, but it's a Rubber heitte make .hoo. nolrtolem unit relieve
Huyler'a candies, Broadwell & Moore!. pound cotton sacks. East Coast Lum- fact-to \expectorate every time he I the preour.n tees nail ankl...., Life l I.easier Residence Lots
when rubber !hale are used, a cooHl.lorultim..
S Tbe Tropical Sun was in error ber and Supply Company passes a public cuspidor. You watch a i Importance In public bulbllng. hoteli, the bun.nr!

'y \Uednesday In staling that the Model man Inadvertently pass a timepiece. ts.oi plat, ertlonsbin the library. ,Itubher the I luhool heels room. climtnlBh whore: IHIIIM 1

Land Company hail M. the contractfor JUST RECEIVED. .. He always catches himself l la, time, ceptlbly I the jar Ineulent to wnlklnir or running per. from $200

the construction of sidewalks on A new supply of lettuce, egg plant, goes back compares his watch, and over saving hard In nerve urfucp force.. and make a oomwiitienl up,

('b Polnaetta street to :Mr. Wilford Por tomato and orange crates. Also bwan I ten doing minutes the later same;you'll thing see farther him absently down- Clemmt asserts Dry, appoint Gooilii. House BrannlnB firothar one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

terS I That gentleman has charge of the i baskets and pineapple crates. East the street. To the other installments
prove fact you according
l work/ for Messrs.. Lainhart &; Potter Coast Lumber and Supply C mpany. need only stand five minutes within : FOR SALE. on reasonable. time,

,I 1"" the wellknown manufacturers of concrete sight of a cuapldor one of the bin Ten acres of land lal K.J
blocks for building and paving FOR SALE. railway stations!, and watch man fitter( : loi /b twe 'five and i ab acre of bear For plate and r fall i information: ( apply to
T1 purposes, and to this firm was awarded "Wlndvill, Tower, Pump and Tank, man absentmindedly espectorata'Inpassing plnea '
t ,
t'I' tog lee.
the"'ton tract. Lalnhart &; Potter la fairly g,od condition, will be sold at, ,of merely the cuspidor.In response to the ,suggestion -' 'will' net '#,1CQO.I) Pineapple:Property crop looaiijd alone ia WALLACE Rev Q.ES't

.v t manufacture an excellent article of artificial a great sacrifice. Tower 60 feet high \
"These two masculine habits about what Is known as 'Pleasant City." a Agent Florida East Coast .
Railway
stone, which has been and capacity of tank 10. OO gallons.
very
equalize a woman's Inveterate habit of colored suburb one mile north of West
much In demand the past few months Apply J. B. Donnelly Clark! Estate West Palm Beach
glancing at every mirror she P"_."_ Palm Beach. Address D. C, Caldwell, Florida.
lG l for building and paving purposes Palm Beach. 1m Philadelphia Bulletin. \ West Palm Beach, Fla.

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