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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FORMALLY OPENED IN LAKELittle I SESSION AGAIN TONIGHT TOMATO CROP 11


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And New Candidates are Coming Out Daily. Much Drowned Last SaturdayAfternoon t its Labors Last Night. Entire Change of Fall Far Below Figures''' '

Term. Given Mr. Hawldns. I
r Important Programme by
Interest Manifested in County Clerkship.


Executive Committee Call. Saturday afternoon, about 3 o'clock', 'The spring term, of the Circuit : Aydelott's Moving Picture and Illustrated -, Mr. A. O. Frost, of Dania a tomato

Arthur Edwin Strawderman, the ele, Court In and for Dade county convened Songs will appear again In Zapf'a grower of much experience called at
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ven-year old"' dopted son of Mr. and at Mlaml (Monday morning, with Opera House tonight, and this will the ,Metropolis office today and stated
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As will' ''be seea by the column of been a factor In politics, and many Mrs. J. A Strawderman, ,was drowned Judge Minor S. Jones, presiding, and positively be the closing engagement that he desired to correct the state- i

political announcements? the campaign la the man today; who would give half : In Clear Lake, near the pumping station ;I with State's1 Attorney John C. Jones, There will be some especially attrac- ment made by Mr. Walter Hawkins, I

lion la Dade county, and from now hla possessions could he but mould of the Hotel Waterworks Com. Sheriff John Frohock, Anna. 1C. Dear- tive features this evening and those general manager of the Consolidated ,,

uatll the primary election, the 15th and shape political sentiment and pany. | I I! born, clerk and a number of attorneys. who fail to attend will alias a rare I Fruit. Company, that the tomato crop S

of May, and the 12th of June, the coral the wool-hat boys as Sam has I After the noon hour the lad was,/ 'i>resen t. treat. Among the numbers will be this season would be at least 75 percent n

political pot will continue! to boil and done and will doubtless do again. Mr. given permission to fly his kite pa I i Immediately after the convening of the following: of that of last year says the 'MI- 1 ;, .
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get warmer' with each succeeding day. Fitts Is at present In the PresbyterIan the waterworks grounds, and It wag court the Jury was called and the following The Haunted Bedroom, Magic. ami >Metropolis of yesterday '; p

While this la generally, considered Hospital In Chicago, but he expects while engaged In this 'sport that ha I qualified as grand jurors from Nest Robbers--Comic chase. I "I have from parties who have madea r'
Santa Claus Soap Bubbles. careful canvas of the county," Bald sJt .
aa off-year In politics, It should not to reach home this week, and met his untimely death. It seems the regular venire: .
United States Life Saving Crew Ill' !Mr. Frost! "that the tomato crop this 4j : r
be so considered, as some of the most he will start out to greet his old-time that the string of the kite broke, and I" T. J. cambell, F W. Amason, J. E. Aactlon. year will not average over thirty percent r {

Important offices In the county and friends as soon as the reaches Dade the kite fell In the slough. The lad Wler, W. B! (March, II A. Carlllse, Firemen's Parade. II of last year's average and crop. t ,. ;
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State are to be filled at the general County. Sam may not be elected, was given, permission to secure his Admission 25 cents. Children 15 It Is estimated by these parties that ail
kite, but warned to be careful and Ball, F. C. Hampton, t. F. G'I then in tomatoesand r
cents. No reserved seats. Show will are now 1,300 acres q
elections next fall and as the nominations but hts opponents will not forget that
I Wm. '
D. S. Bryan, Hannong,
not get in deep water, the father not begin at 8 o'clock. 1 that the total number of crates; fy fy'p ;
the Democratic prim- he Is In the race. I Pence J. Taylor E. B. Douglas and I
made by knowing that the kite had fallen la that will be marketed will not exceed(

aries are equivalent to an election, the The other aspirant for 'the clerkship water dangerously deep. While the D. Sutton. Moore.I 175,000, which is a little more than one- '

heat of the campaign will be spent is Mr.\ Dlmick:, a resident of this drowning was witnessed by no one, it I I A special venire' of six was ordered Biltmore Cream, Broadwell & ,third of that estimated by Mr. Hawk- t.jl E''i s: i

is supposed that the boy misjudged': drawn to complete the ;ifline and from .. il
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between now and the last primary In city, who also counts for something Gas'euRine' repairing and lathe work: -' "M' :
the number Belcher and B. T.
the depth of the water in the slough, S. A. Iluffstettlers. |ftf (Mr. Frost In discussing the acreage ;: u!' t
June. when It comes to political figuring. I II at It
Potter qualified, completing the jury,
and la attempting to secure his kite, I now under cultivation said that about
The following officials wilt be nom- Mr.: Dlmick has been a resident of the got beyond his depth, for about an I which after being Instructed as to I two-thirds of it Is above Miami in the i p

inated In these primaries: county for the past twenty-five years I hour later his body was discovered In their duties, retired and elected S. A. Moving Pictures vicinity of Dana and Fort Lauderdale % : '

One member of Coagress from each 'and his friends are many. AS a member -' seven foot water. The drowning) did T Belcher, foreman, The Jury then retired Were the FinestThe and the remaining one-third below jti

I of the Congressional districts. I of the Board of County Commissioners -I not take place tin the main body of again to take* up the business Miami, or in the Homestead section. a+ '+.
before it. '
he made a faithful servant of water, as has been reported, but was The majority of the vines Mr. Frost
I Two Justices, of the Supreme Court. Upon petition of George A, Worley, Aydelott moving pictures, and
the people need have no fear that the In the,slough, as here stated. The I II says, are in a healthy condition, and .
Two Railroad Commissioners.the duties of the office will not.be properly ,point where the drowning occurred Is counsel for plaintiff In the case of the Illustrated Songs at Zapf's Opera will have fair yield, though there are I'' jr;;? ''s l
Sixteen State Senators In even .
attended. to. I I about one hu4dred yards north of the Oxford Crate Company vs. The Deer- House last night proved the best enter- r some fields that have been blighted.that e r
number of senatorial districts.
Representatives of the Lower House There will, perhaps, be1! others to north fence of the waterworks" grounds, field Packing Co., was' taken up and tainment of the kind ever seen in will not yield ten crates of fruit r

come, as It Is said that there are at i! After the lad did not return In a placed on trial before the following West Palm Beach. to the acre The total yield of 175- 1;

County Tax Collector. last half a score of men In the countyy I reasonable length of time the, father jury: E. M. Hendricks, H. C. Thomas, To mention all of the excellent fea- 000 crates is based upon 'the conditions :
County Tax Assessor. L. T. McCown Ben Hinton :B. F.
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instituted
who feel that they have had a 'call"to became alarmed and aseal'cl1 tures would be to give the entire pro- as they now exist.Something .
County Treasurer.
'I Stevens and S. E. Riles, After hear-
assistance and the
the clerkship. calling but "The Lost Child," "Ten ( l
Five County Commissioners, or a gram,
ing the testimony the court ordereda
body found by Mr. J. A. Peeler
Yesterday morning's mall brought was and "The
Husband
Wives for One
full board. I
I verdict brought In for plaintiff, the ofa
bottom of
who discovered it at the
in that
another announcement "
still
Thief especially plea-
Three members of the County Board I of Young Apple ,
award being damages in the sum
the aid of fishing
Raulerson who offers for the slough with a '
H.
of air.\ C. ,
sed. .
of Public Instruction. I I '$525.25, with principal and Interest. Fisherman
Justice of the Peace for each justice County Treasurer. ''Sir. Raulerson has pole.The I The following were then chosen to Jewel Miller's: singing was fine
for two consecutive terms held this I remains were at once taken to -- R
district In each county, and constables serve as petit jurlors for the ensuing ;L
responsible office, and, so far as is 'Mr.' and Mrs. Strawderman's home, on Ladles will be interested in the an- A fisherman who knows how to use
for
candidates "i
districts where '
same
complaint has ever the grounds and tenderly prepared for weeks: the rod and reel, and who visited : ,.
known here no
E choose to run. I been offered as to his manner of taking I' burial. The funeral occurred\ Sunday I'I T. 'M. Bryan, W. lJ. Lester, Theo. nouncement that Mrs L. Constantine, West Palm Beach during the past two ;l I ,

In additional to these officials, a of the county's till and themanner morning at 10 o'clock from the residence I I C. Caval, Dan Cosgrove, J. B. Strick the Clematis Avenue milliner, has just weeks, was Mr. Chas.! D. Smith, of ,

,flew county Democratic Executive : care In which the shekels have and the remains were Interred ]land, J. H. Grant, George P. Bull, H. received a Sine line of shirtwaists Albany, .Ga., who In company with ,ry; f ++ }

Executive Committee is elected in scattered out Mr. Raulerson'splatform Woodlawn, I I E. Stypmann,
S each county., and -a member of the been will be past efficient service, Tlie grief-stricken foster-parents, I ; R. W. Rhodes and J, T. Cos- some very attractive values in under- West and from thence to points along ., "i I d

State Democratic Executive Committee with the fact that he wanls who Idolized the boy as if It has been tello.R. wear. the Gulf Coast. While here Mr. Smith k 4;;,

besides several members of the coupled two longer, of their own flesh and blood, have the I'I Freeman Burdlne, upon passing a visited the Inlet and spend a few days fyi. +

latter committee of the State at large.In the same job COMMITTEE years TO sympathy of a large,circle of friendsIn satisfactory examination, was admitted I fishing. The first day he caught only .}
Dade It Is hardly neces-' EXECUTIVE I practice law at the bar of all Philosophian
county MEET.A their bereavement. They request to about 150 pounds, as he was not fully ,

Cto state that greater Interest received by The Tropical Sun The Tropical Sun to express their.I county and circuit courts of:, the State. prepared for big game fish. On being ,, : ?

in the election of a clerkof note morning announces that the heartfelt thanks to all those who In The civil docket was sounded and a Literary Society told about some catches of amber- + tn f ; M 1'fjt' {

the Circuit Court than perhaps tiny yesterday Executive Com- any way assisted in the finding of the number of cases either continued or -- jack, and of their being the gamiestof 3 k
other office and already the aspirantsfor County, Democratic 1 I date set for trial. The of the meeting of the ,
program
will meet at Miami one week body and otherwise: lightening the burdens ,i all fish, he came to the city, supplied ),
mittee
this Important office have begunto Wednesday March 14th, ot their grief I t Phlloriophlan Society held on March himself with necessary hooks y ,
water
from today, mineral
make their 'wacU known throughthe 2nd 1906 was as follows: '
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of formulating plans Tate Springs Rrond. and lines and went back loaded for i
columns of the county papers, for the purpose transactingsuch well & Moore Recitation by Eva Baker. big game. Within 55 minutes after :
(d Mr3 o. chief as to the campaign and\ A Bargain. I Declamation by Walter Chllllngs- '
Fills, the present getting on the ground he landed five ; ;
business as may be presented. h, engine for ior Dollar Sterl-
deputy A new s- p. two-ccley Great rush those '
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clerk and Mr. E. H. Dtmlck, worth. t
I the largest weighing !
amberjacks
After this meeting the campaign may f 125, at Putter's, Flatiron Building, Wed ing Silver Spoons at Idner's. big
-- member of the Board of County Commissioners number. The Palm Beach. Piano Solo, Elsie Broadwell. 65 pounds and the five tipping the ;"+ 1
considered a warm ,
from this district, announc- be Recitation by Ruth Cook. beam at 250 pounds, thus holding the ,
the Courthouse ,
at
4I Ing In today's Tropical Sun. The of- committee} will meet Railroad Built Last but not least ,came the debate: record for capturing these gamy fish.The .
Schofield-
o'clock.Indian jGen
ace of clerk of the Circuit Court waseereral at 9:30: : Resolved that women should be '.allowed -, third day being a bit too windy

months 'ago mane vacant" .oy; Passes AwayA On Thin PaperThe the right of suffrage In the ,he decided not to venture on.'the high ,
Motorcycle
toe death of Mr, Eugene CJ Dearborn, United States. .seas, but contented at catching some
and M Is well know has been ably Agent, at -- The affirmative was Grace Andrews 1
and trl care at Cummings, East Central Railway Com- 200 pounds of aheepshead, some of
Wed by Mrs. Anna K: Dearborn since Beach dispatch from St. Augustine on'. and Marlon Dacamara. t '
.and
West Palm is the name of a new corporation which weighed eight;pounds, on r.
pany
that time --.., :Monday says: Roscol Anthony and Edward Owens
she
having been appointedclerk that baa organized with a capital the home stretch from the Inlet he
FOR SALE. General John M. Schofield I
Lieutenant
ad interim' defended the negative.
by Governor Brow- threw out his from his launch
ed Windwllt, Tower; :Pump and Taqk, United States Army retired, died at I of $1,000,000( to construct a railroad President Edwin Parrish appointed trowjl

*.lr: In fairly good condition, will.be sold at 8:20 o'clock' tonight. He was attacked from drraoml( to Daytona, thence In Judges Bertha El- and caught 21 blue fish,
Fitts 'was the first candidate to : as : Miss Wtrtpple; while
south Mr. and Mrs. Smith, In the
a westerly direction to DeLand, I
feet high
BO
Tower with cerebral hemorr-
sacrifice.
oPen this morning
the campaign" a great liott and Elsie Broadwell.
his bow
making the of their kinsfolk
in city, were guests
to Sanford and Orlando, Orange
to the and capacity df tank 10,000 gallons. His wife and young, daughter the
hage. The judges decided In favor of
I voters of the county flr$t. PerhaDe Estate County. Messrs. J. L. and T. J. Drier J. C.
B. Donnelly, Clarke with him.
the name of no gentleman, residing Apply J. were The present officers of the companyare affirmative. Ray Mark. i Harris and Miss Amy Harris and
Beach. lm With the death of General Schotield
<< In Palm !
Dade county la better known commander as follows r President E. L. Potter, mother, while at the Inlet Mr. Smith }
than surviving army
Sara Fltta. He baa for six years; Thi TropicalSun the last Seabreeze; Vice. President, J, Clyde Huyler's Candle. B'oartwell&Moore says he was royally entertained by ;%
held the Leave your orders at during the Civil (War baa passed away.
,1l. alert's office of chief deputy In the office for all kind of engraved This funeral service will be held at Power;;, Indianapolis; General Mana Judge Thomas and eons, Byron and

that office at Miami, and prior- to and monogram stationery and visiting the residence in time'for the'remains ger S.. H. Oove,. Daytona; Secretary, JAPAN MAY BUY RAILWAYS. I Asa, who" took him out to the fishing'

l. with time was prominently connected cards. __ to leave on a train for Washingtonthat 3. ,Hall Brumaey, DeLand; Treasurer, Toklo March 6.-A bill introducedIn grounds and entertained him at their ..l''

The Tropical Sun, when It la"a LOST. leaves here tomorrow afternoon J. B_Crocker, Seabreeze Directors, the Diet provides for the national-! hospitable home' on the beach.

,that Sam traversed every square B. L. Poter. J. Crocker, S. H. Cove, latlon of railways and authorizes the IMr. Smith says that he had the time
foot of Florida
coach at *::55 o'clock.General '
"t trTeraIble land ,111 Dad ana A Fur Boa, on day J. Hall Brumsey government to compel companies to of his life and he hopes to return next
built ; train No. 36, Schofleld was a guest at
1 the drcuWtlott'-ot this paper East Coast Railway The II.rat'reguar meeting of the sell to It at a *rlce baaed on the BD train at St. Whitehall until a few ago.
to leaving flays '
ether' a point never reached by' any February Slat on reward will be paid stockholders will be held (April 5th, ot buildings vjfu twenty fold the aver This' was Mr and !Mrs.''Smith's first f'

prominent publication In the county, which Augustine. Liberal Mra. Louis Still.at the old atand. Bend us ;your" 1906, at DeLand,. for the purpose of age profit 0"the last three year The visit to the East Coast, and they ex-

position the paper has upon delivery to owner Augustine laundry. Satlstactlon'cuar ntee4, at accepting. ; the charter and ,trammeling bill wilt be strongly opposed, and its press themselves as' delighted with a
.' .tteadUr: held since. time I McCall,, Keystone Cottage SU down here. "',,1
Of Ill, 'From the Strahaa'a Steam Laundry. U. other buslnemfc! ,fate la doubtful., everything ,
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TWO TUB TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1906

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THE TROPICAL SUN. Facts About Facts T" -- _
Interesting This Is the Justly Celebrated

Pioneer Paper. ol Dade County Florida THE
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=-0-- 0 .OC-:. The Weather About FloridaFlorida's j ACME HARROWnpfodnrt

Pnbliabed Every Wednesday and Saturday ( np-fo-dnrt\ <.l">r-me': ".>.rioulii. h vene.. We a roe gents fop DiuleCo
acrg;; ; lsi37,931,520.; ,
1 ; f %T Wtftr l AuM,, 9KAOH. OAOI DOUNTY, *LOntDASOBHCRIPTIOV The Official Monthly Meterologlcal SIRKlNCOMPANY f" *

Summary of February weather as Florida has an area of 09,268 squaremiles Size G. One-Horse Cultivator.
1MUOHJ! l.OO.PElt: YEAR t
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from Observer H. P. Hardin at the Florida has 1OIJOC88 acres of land ,
Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y
Jupiter Weather Office gives the high- In cultivation / '

1 CHAS. B. KENDALL. Manager. est barometer as 30.21 Inches on :February Florida produces a greater variety.of i T ,
\ _-__ -- -- -- Dressers Men
Entered at the PoMufflc: of Went Perm Beach: 20th, and the lowest as 29.87on fruit, vegetables and farm crops than to

as aecoud-clajm: matter. the 8th, making the entire range any other State In the UnIon.( ,

for the month the Very low one of Florida's average death rate per
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.34 of an inch. thousand is only 1089.
WOULDN'T THAT JAR YOU?
We are prepared to fit you in a
The difference between the .Miami The highest temperature was 78 degrees Florida la the best hunting and fish': .

and West Palm Beach auto route and I on the 25th and the lowest 45 ing State east of the Mississippi river: ,
''degrees on the 28th giving a monthly SUIT ,'
the Orlando and Sanford auto routeis
Florida has extent of
a greater sea i
: of 33 degrees. The greatest .. I''
that the former was tried and' has range roast than any other State. ii i"I
t l :proven a failure while the latter never I daily range was 25 degrees on the 27th OH -" .: i
Florida has railroads Including
6 degrees forty-five -
has mo.terlallzed.-Orlando Re- 'and the least dally range was -
r never I the branc hand lumber roads. "If.
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the .
i porter-Star. on 20th. TROUSERS f.
for this Feb- Florida Is the only State In the
The mean temperature .
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Now will the veracious n.-S. please I 1i
state where It learned that the ,:Miami ruary was about 05 degrees, while the Union producing sponges; harvest to suit present occasions
the 19 is 66.4 degrees worth half a million, dollars a year
and West Palm Beach "auto route" I mean for past years at.l'opulu'r Prices. .

has proven a failure? It is in constant The report shows that this Florida is less subject to extremes of w Price of above one-horse size I is :1f0,00, delv( ..Te
use by automobiles and an automobile I post February therefore as 1.6$ degrees temperature than any other State in .-. -:: _. -We hare otner aiJsSs.I Write Ult for circular prices.:
I colder than the average for this the Union.
I has been driven over It a distance of I ,

i 70 miles In two hours and 38 minutes I month. The maximum for this month Florida, Leads all other States AS .a HHTSNeglige Hatchett-DaCamara Hardware Co.

( which is twice as fast as'the schedule for the past 19 years is 87 degrees resort for tourists and' health seekers

i railroad' time between Orlando and I and the minimum is 27 degrees, so Florida has a greater variety of trees Shape Soft Hats i West Palm .:BeaCh, Florida:

I Sanford.-Miami Record. I that this February was 9 degrees less than any other State in the Union.' ----..., -- -..- ""
In the maximum, and 18 degrees higher .
Florida produces cotton sugarcane "
t corn,
In the minimum temperature than it .
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i SOUTHERN PROSPERITY. I has been known to be before. tobacco, rice, pineapples oranges, You are at a loss sometimes, lOO: -Oo Figures on the industrial develop- grapefruit, peaches, plums
1 The most remarkable fact about the guavas to know what to buy. You .
ment of the South which have just lemons, pecans, limes figs, grapes, to- know, however that I5UH K II A It IIT'S .W""tp..III1'Blacb.OIFeb.17lI106; :
report is rainfall, which was 0.44 Inches you
rn been issued show its wonderful growth fact
matoes-In a varied assortment of
this being abnormal as the aver- want the latest We have
,i in the last two decades. In 1882 the crops and fruits, many of which can- No Matter'Wh t
age for February for 19 years Is 2.97 them.
'C. ton mileage of the South-that is the not be successfully grown farther north
Inches, while the greatest rainfall In
number of tons shipped one mile- :' except in 'hot houses. PRICE you have been paying for your Coffee, much or little, just
1897, this month's rainfall consequently -
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4 was only 2,046,000,000 against 37,255- : being 1,3 inches greater than ever Florida also produces kaolin, whichIs try one pound of our ,
It'', 000,000 in the rest of the country. The produced superior to other ij! j.l) t; I
l I known before and 3.47 Inches greater any White and Colored CanvasSHOES'
share of the South was then less than l mown. It Is abundant that it
BO would
than the 19 year average. The greatest 25 Cent Coffee

one-eighteenth. I rainfall for any 24 hours was'3.62 pay to manufacture It Into ornamental. '
? In 1904 the ton mileage of the South bricks. If well fund o good code,
you are a judge of good coffee as as
Inches on the night of the :3rd, and ''',
f was 21,590,000,000. while that of the this blend of ours at 25 cents a pound will surprise and.delight you
4th this one fall being .65 of an inch Florida produces phosphate and for :Men, Women end] Children.
rest of the country was .
152.022,000'-1'I more than the average rainfall for aluminum, and gypsum that will run '0 1
000, so that the share of .
et the entire month up to this time. 94 per cent of sulphate of lime. Also --- -- .
had increased from one-eighteenth to I
The prevailing direction of the wind a superior quality of white cement, .
one-seventh. While the ton mileage '
was from the ;North, Its average hour- well adapted for ornamental tile brick. The Sirkin Comp'yJefferson
of the rest of the country had Increased -
L. W. BURKHARDT.
ly velocity 10.7 miles an hour and the Florida .abounds In Immense deposits FINEST OCERIESN.
fourfold that of the Sout ,had In- !
creased tenfold J JIt greatest hourly velocity was 33 miles of phosphate rock. Ulock N. B.: Oet our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed.

t, an hour from the West on the 27th.
is to this wonderful record that : West Palm Beach Florida I Hylt-will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.N. .
There were 3 clear days 20 partly ,
Biltuiorr Cam, Broadwell &
Moore.
a great many good people point in I
cloudy and 6 cloudy days, while rain- B.-Tile boy did not want us to tell about this coffee ;

arguing against government control fell on 9 days. They say we are selling enough now to make their arms ache a
A' of railroad rates. As one of the most I STARVING TO DEATH. of It. '
Of miscellaneous phenomena, there I grinding
1 prominent men in the South recently I Because her stomach was so weak-
said "It is always a good thing; to let were 2 lunar halos and one thunderstorm ened by useless drugging that she FOWLER L BROS. & KING I <>oooooooooooyie -<
on the 4th, but no frosts.
well enough alone when prosperity could not eat, Mrs '('Mary hi. Walters,

follows in the wake of such of St. Clair] St., Columbus, O. was lit MACHINE SHOP
course." Up to the present the rail a GIVES HEALTH, VIGOR AND TONE. erally starving' to death She writes: " ''r"r"'J'r"r",," "tinnrttntrnritttirtttitrtt" " " " "tt' n" %'

roads have been free from government Heiblne is a boon for sufferers from My stomach was so weak from useless GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTYALL

nneamla, By its use the blood is drugs that I could not eat KINDS o/ LATHE and,8HAPER WORK
t control and prosperity has the and my F I
quickly regenerated and the color be- | iece1 pharmacy 1
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rest of the country, and many southerners nerves so wrecked that I could not

t feel suspicious of a measure comes normal. The languor Is dim- sleep; and not before I was given up GAS ENGINE SUPPLIESFOR -

inished. Health, vigor and tone predominate to: die I induced
was to
I like the Hepburn bill, which would try Electric SALE
New life and acti- Solicits YOUR Trade.
happy
change all this by giving a commission Bitters; with the wonderful result

'i In Washington control of the trafficof vity results. Mrs. Belle H. Shrlel, that Improvement began at once, anda Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front -

the whole country If such a political Middlesborotigh, 111, writes, "I have complete cure followed." Best health WEST..MLJ.\t. BEACH. FLORIDA'CUpID g -
-
f' body should become the centreof been troubled with liver complaintand Tonle on earth.. BOc. Guaranteed by We give you Pure Drugs at Moderate 3

sectional conflict as many fear, the poor blood, and have found noth- all druggists.. ,-, .. E Prices -2
ing to benefit me like Heiblne. I hope put up by a Eegistered =
South would
suffer. For this reason -
never to be without it have wish-
I
the plan for a judicial review of the B M. Potter, agent for :Mnpes, Amerl- S Pharmacist. Hs
ed that I had known of it in my hus cue Armour's Wilson & -
acts of the commission is favored by Toomer'sPaiulers.
band's1 life time." 50c. A. Q. Rlegel'sDrug and I: .' -- :3
a those who want to keep as far from genuine Imported Peruvian -" -

danger as possible. Store. guano Flat Iron Building rr a p lurt = Try our Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream =s

Potter, al the Flat Jrnr. Buildni ,car- 'i E -- -S
BIO FIRE IN PHILIPPINES.
Sam Jones Manila, March Tacloban, capitalof rlea a full line of fibhKiK: tackle end am E:. A. G. IUEGEL, =|

munition. .
the Island of Leyte, has been dest- E.: Grailiirtte New York College> of Pharmacy S
Writes a LetterWhile royed by fire. The financial loss Is Burkbardt
to about
I reported to be $000,000. Tacloban was gasoline/: in'anotber has.sotnelhltjg column that say will in- 71JI1JIIJlIJlIJlIJIIIIlNU1. '111111J111111IIllllllJlllll'1II111111I1UII1lICGEORGE 1 ( / :

In West Palm Beach recently the fifth city of the Island and was ertfst con>umers. Read it. .

Rev. Sam Jones the well known lecturer situated In an important hemp dist

wrote the following letter to rict. A number of warehouses were 1 INVALUABLE FOR RHEUMATISM. I ..... BAKER'SrRANSFER

the Atlanta Journal destroyed. Government assistance will!
: WEST PALM eEACH

"Back to the subject before us: be rushed. I have been suffering for the past IS ft Bus

"I find the resident population 01 few years with a severe attack of i I? Trips toLantana
'
the east coast of Florida healthy and T. J Campbell the Wheelwright and 3 rheumatism and found that Ballard's and 1 ,

prosperous. The pastor of the Methodist blacksmith, will hereafter give his personal Snow Liniment was the only thing 'Df\PPER\ > DRIVER BaggageWagons r Delray

church told me today that out I attention to his wagon and that gave me satisfaction and tended ..... ,
And hnndlP8 the in fatthion.
of the ranks of the home populationin blacksmith shop on Clematis avenue, to, alleviate my pains. March, 24, '02; reins smart : d BoyntonMeets"
/ It's his i ilelijrbt to board 'our t
the year 1905 the death rate was and solicits the patronage of all of his John O. Degnan) Kinsman Ills. 25c I delivery WR/on/ along New Year's and

not one in a thousand. There were, old customers and many new ones. His 50c and $100 at A. O., Riegel's DrugStore I time lo JlHtribnta our All "" Other

he says, four deaths In a resident shop will lie open ten hours per day ?

a population of 6000 and around Palm and! he will resume his weekly visits to Choicest on Earth Groceriesto Trains Points

Beach. That being the case, this lathe Dolray to look after his customers at The Majewski Bakery Is this seasonIn I' \
those who buy them.Leavsauoeder SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL MEN
most healthy section in all the that place the lead. The bread, cakes and other atid w!' will have

; { world, bakery products are made by bakers him rE'in'up at your door lo an hourto I"REE: SAMP..E. ''fO'OM

'' The merchants seem cheerful and 'TO OCURE A .FELON" Qnlshed In their profession, tf. deliver, purchase. .
y happy and laboring people seem prosperoua -- says Sam Kendall, of Philadelphia ,P._ .:.r-I"rleI'8;; your urea ehtule 1 lower. ..................5....io...ae.....................sS A

and all the east coast Is all Kan., 'just cover it over with Buck- HEADQUARTERSOn '
1 FABER BROS. wJ. HARDWlek
right len's Arnica Salve and the Salve will Parold and Neponset Roofing papers E.

"I was dazzled by the splendor of do the rest" Quickest cure for Burns The best Is always the cheapest. j Market and Grocervman '. ,

the Royal Polnclana hotel) and grounds. Bolls, Sores Scalds, Wounds, Files, East Coast Lumber and Supply Com WFST PALM' BEtCHFLORIIlA : Groceries and Family Produce

Surely it looks like the Garden and Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands, pany. .

Palace of the Gods. Mr. Flagler's Sore Feet and sore Eyes. Only 25c -- ----------- -- :. ,.At Living Prices.

+, home, situated on the Island on which at all drug stores Guaranteed; How you can get good Qrluting'palntor J. E. Hardwlck, the well known

the Royal Poinciana stands, la hard tl ias per gallon : ..Buy one gallon grocer, 'west of' the railroad tracks, Is S Just Opened Uj a, Large Invoice of C

a by the hotel. They say It cost a mil FENCING; REVIVED. New Bra Paint at $1'fa per gallon, and displaying a line line of granite kitchen : EXTRA FINE GRANITE KITCHEN WARE :

lion to build It, and another million Annapolis, Md., March 6.-During one !gallon raw linseed oil! at 70 to 750 were. Reads his advertisement else .

to furnish It. Such is life. He carl the last six or eight months there has and you bare two gallons: of the best I wbere; ( .. ..

4 only sleep in one bed and occupy one been a remarkable revival of interest paint made. Try It. We guarantee Clematis Avenue' Just. West of Railroad. CO .

. ; room at a time and can only eat what : In fencing here', as well as in West satisfaction. B, M Potter, Flatiron A beautifully\ finished new 2 b I, p. Iwo. .....................................................

lyi ha can digest and even what be has Point, and the officers of the two Institutions I Building, West Palm Beach. cycle engine, throttle-abitdng spark, dry .

on and' all the balance. is surplus, as are strenuously preparing base,: water jacketed. Price fioo, At OROROIeOROROROIttRORORORORORir0i10ia0it01f07a0110i10i10) .

the banks call it. for' the coming fencing tournament 'Patronize home Industries Stra- Potter's, Flatiron Building, West faint If .0

"They seem to regard: Mr. Flagler between expert teams from West Point han's Steam Laundry Is still running. Beach. o .

t' here where he lives as a benefactor ,and the Naval Academy, The contest Send us your work. tf. .f G., G. Strohm Company o

,' and a benevolent, kindly man and I will take place in New York about the 0 o
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am glad to know that those who know middle of this month and the officers I'' wish to Infoim very' ,imiwin wlthtn'0118' a. o

him best speak] kindly of him for he are awaiting the event with considerable I hundred. lime inllunof M rt'pnlr Wont year)'watehue.eluck,.Im Illiai,'ll.lllul nnd I Iim FAMILY GR06ERIES o

p, who has great wealth carries great Interest The exact date has not lewulry-to Ilk ycmr ayer with *(>,ucntap or t o
}'culuiui> 'and to non you Hnjtiiliiir: joui o.
.
r responsibilities ,yet been, fixed 'nv wont In:: :mr line I nm not n "wlntuirlHftar o

"When the question was put to Mr, I ) ;Owned" Imt' w nuininimnt l>,iuto <'<>. and,luxiilrnt|niti'i'tl n>prolioit .'t'-- i Fancy Food M

Flagler (In the courts of Flonda), WELL WORTH TRYING :'n'.(nubble nnnHi't., for with tiny,me.luiHiiittiw VVntotiua you nntl hmhave,,je".lry | Products I

's who are your aaaoclatea In your Florida W H. Brown, the popular pension In I, iiflwl. of lepiili'Inn ninjMnvwit: ''' hj wgliiunl .. o.
at l mall) tiroxpK"I' wll'Biuniiuc' and! ist
; Investments, hotels railroads etc, attorney, of Plttsflelcl, Vt., says: "Next ;put 1 coat: by tutiiiu utnn-if i the ptlcci :U not i 1 Grain and; Provisions: o*
10 pension the best thing to Is ati, ,fntft<>rv4 t you .enn enter\ the g''mie 111- : r
be answered under oath and Bald, a* a get :turned without "ho.'"",. I have, lind 1 twenr i J. oPAOli
r k he stood with hid hat lu his hand: Dr. Klng'0 New Life Pills.."1 He I, yours' "' exTiuilunre, with ....111.of.the html ;, S \ n o
1 maser bu 'W"oo'k 11I11' IlnlriitiorffHix : :
3 r' 'They belong to me just the same as wrltesr "th. y> keep my Xarnlly lit hrvwnlpsr&vwtttt'o"dnrlud i : nnvIIi.\ llln for. S JEFFERSON DL.OCK %; ; m

rl my hat belongs to me.' splendid health:' Quickur for These tarts IP* oulUoiunt' (Muuirnc 1/1 c>
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''if HeadacheCOQstlpation' II.nl1"'D11Ious- teat, 1 wmIuratand::: mv liiinincAa And .. ..+ West I
i1 "So all th.lsI.ls. his and he 1 Is wel- ""j I I truiuantiM. >.iui'!ruaU>nln evtjry ottse 2 Palm Reach; Florida
l come to it as far as I am concerned mess 25! c. Guaranteed at"All drugstores o

PM t 'for doh't. want It it I must run ,ft.". E. A, WALKER. EXPPRT yVATCHnAKER: ,AND OPTICIAN r.O11oisoitO iIO'.Otao7aoisoilvnrqi.etpo7aoiaQiaoiao7aoiaa7am; otaotaora. r!

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THE TROP1UAL SUN, WEST: HVALM. BEACH, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY.: MARCH 7,, 3908 FAG THKE!: to:a, S i 1 t

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I lire much eofat than If 6n a steamer '
Takes 1U-.UluntIOJ! hi Everything In the printing line at r91A.4r4'' :
BOWser What' tbe matter, ?/" "/6"Or61v'' I Or''' j
Mr. Bowser had The Tropical Run. and all work executed -
littered a about crouched down mid( In the very neatest and latest tt ail rr'd' )

Auto Ride "I thought we were !going right over style of the art.DoWltt's.

An thnt street al.t"! he whispered

"Oh that was all right. I saw that KU! ? SalvoFor

1 could- clear the front of the cur with Pilo Burns Sore

Confident and Happy;' He Go half an. Inch Now., to there spare,is and u lame so I weulabend mUll NOTICE.!t ] SILK PE'TTICO T SH S '

Friend For Ut- cl'oltltluIJ the street 200: feet way It
'With a
Off a probably seems to you that we are In County Judge's Court, Probate Jurta-

In a Machine. bunded, right, for him and that !lu ten dlcton Dado County, State of Florida
tIe! Spin'
BCLOiidu\ iuuta we shall pick him up and In the 'Matter of the Estate of Patience
e town hIm ky high, but you'll observe) P Ward, Deceased

tbiif.1 Just shave his coat tails. and girt t
Notice la that the
TO TERROR hereby given on M
TURNED him a bit of a lump Tbere's need
JOY no second day of July, A. D. 1906, I shall
ot '" .
your hanging; OH to tlio Heat lu thewad' ""' "
accounts for final settlement -
you do present my
After a Few Clo e Shaves the' Irascible "Are we bended toward home?" and apply for my discharge as

One Decide He'i Had Enough \Vby, of course not. This is only executrix of the Estate and of tho Last

and Slink Home Afoot.' the Iwglmilng of a ten or fifteen mite Will. and Testament ot Patience P. We have some very neat and stylish Petti'

tf siiln.' You see that peanut cart on the Ward, deceased, to the County Judge,

ICerayrlgt.1906,by MoClure. Phillips &: Co.]] ('01'111'1 up' more Well of, Its tbe owner street Is than always belong taking *"* at Miami, Dade ADELAIDE County Florda.ROOT, coats in Taffeta Silk in the leading colors. These

( ot Mr. Bowser's friend, to him. mid I am going to( give him a VICTORIA
one
I AM We have offices adjoining, anti\ 1I 1 hit of a IOHHOII." Executrix!: of the Last Will) and Testament all madeBULL

I have known the particulars of. "But I-I"- of Patience P, Ward, deceased are

ninny of Ills published "scrape's"before "You lire all right Mr Bowsor., H. PIERRE BRANNINO,

they were put In print.\ though I wish you'd l bid your ejcB Attorney for Executrix $

On' various occasions during the hiM( open' when we stunk\ tbe cnrt. It went ----.-- and SELF-TRIMMED
month I have Invited, Mr. Bow tfji\ feet high and the look on tile Ital- "

, ter throe'to make a short trip with me !In mI j. inn'B", face was something to Vonii'inbi-i'" An Outing on Lake Worth, $ 1 ti

auto, and, while he bus made several I'eiiuut (carts' are\ good tlihiKH! to practice ( Now U opportunity to visit points {
your in plaits and ruffles. Come in Black Alice Blue
dotes, be baa always' fulled! '! we at Hut on. Tbls In exhilarating, Nn't It ?" I, of Interest along LBKC Worth,. Take a 7
jnoinent. I have a suspicion thA t "Y-JP", but I'd like to get home CUl'ly.1
lost and every bc-coalou! !Mrs. Bower jon know 1 think Mrs Bmvm-r wantslo / .rIp to Munyon'a Island, Riviera, the '
encb Green the
and
I Purple
ou bm found a way to discourage( him, piny cards tonight" I famous Sea Gardens, the Inlet, or elsewhere ,< Champagne, changeable

however be She said that 1 wire to take you Special low rHU- until relmmry '
ago,
ed llnee me that days he bad found'>a great IlIfr.I'IU'/ bur you fnoni' fifteen to twenty miles so that lit, on the launch Rosalind, A. D. Merchant colors, Red and Green, and Blue and Greene k_ titg

gain In a machine and was thluklug ol could thoroughly post yourself on ut niter.
buying it foB use next sptlug. Ho wan.. the, lunuiiig of a wllcb Ille. The tlist '
thing/ to get usetl to Is tbe HcUHiitlun of """" """
IIp! 'ed. We are now going at tbe rut For SaleA '
)
.of ton miles an hour, but U seems wk-e t Jt5 Brosius spring motor sewing ma I"I 3tr
that lo I ?"
you suppoHe will sell
I chine. Original coat was $75 ;
"It seeuiH a Ihotimind!t"
for $25, B,M Potter! Flat Iron Building. I f4BRAPINING
"But you'll get lined, to It. Now ware <-
c'ojniiijr/ to a crossing of street! (" I
'
/ / sa,, tr'I14Iud, / Just In (line to meet 11'1 I lImALTH.I BROS.L

.tlineruil street cais./ If you were I Means the ability to do a good day's .

rr'Y lu your\ niH<'lilnehut uonkl you' doV"I'work, without undue fatigue and to

Stop! It mid' jell for the police!" find. life worth living You cannot t
groaned Mr H wllel', 44
have Indigestion or constipation DIES' OUCFICCERS
"Oh, no, jou wouldn't You'd do I I $
and
without Its upsetting the liver
as I -let those four
JuHt am doing motoriucn '
/ look out for themxelveH and I I polluting the blood. Such a conditionmay WEST' PALM BEACH FLA $ j'r

drive light ahead. If tbey are not a ;' be best and quickest relieved by ,

uiliul to stop, tllt'll"I I i Herblns, the best liver regulator that +
Ono ('01' rau. uie down within nu IncU, the world has ever known
1 I i
but I escaped[ the other two by. more I I Mrs. D. W. Smith writes April 3, sly'S ly'S
,
duel u foot, and for two iiiiiuitex\ mil 1902: "I use Herblne, and find !It the i
1 aure that Mr. Bowser 'didn't lueuthe. I ._ _. !'I
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best medicine for constipation and ,
MTeit"! hud tbe time to glance at hIm --'-- <*, :
be was as pale us a dead man, nud/ bud., regulating the liver I ever used. 50o.
Sold by A G. RIegel. Broad 1 & Moore fit, r. l
his eyes bud abut I I If you want aiiytt.login the sporting we

"Now we are out of town and, theio's Finest fashionable souvenirs of all goods hue, call and see our assortment
,d i road before us, and 1 can show
good kinds and prices, at Idner's. B. M Potter, Flat Iron Building
you some speed" I said. I i Druggists j "' ,
be whispered lu reply ,
"Say, Bluuk -- ----- -- ----- ---- - -- ---- ---- -
,"111m sure that !Mrs. Bowser wants r- Jefferson lllock WEST PALM 11EAC1I '

.'me and will be mad if don't tome I 1Va ]jsao'h ( __ I ___ 4 1Huyler's I
I West m 1IJ.nts.zotsZ! t" ,
"
"WS ute NOW OOINO AT TN RATIO OF TEN home. Candies ; t1914
M1LBS AN HOU1U" We'll bead for borne ,utter our little 1'ieatuinll.y ntsdttnthelakefront, ''
I a"P'tt
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Biltmore Cream
very eulbUHlagtlo over the mutter I and spin." I.1 iThe I \ Holland r'omtaiMidinK u flue view ot f Lake ''r
bow much will take, ,
"But but you
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asked me to'cnll t at, Ills house tbut evening Worth ami the! ]Ko.vnl [I'oinciana Tate Mineral Water
Springs ,
cash down, to( bead for home? I ;
end give him u. Uttlo trip that he
Mr, Dowse, I thought you West Palm Beach ----- ,
might Hue how the'olil thing ..worked. "Wby, -- '*
wanted! to be uu autolxt." EVl'r.1 i-ouveuienie and comfort at mrr.Iall. orders promptly filled: k
I wait there at tile minute named, and '
while Mr Bowser was busy with a "I-I do, but you see, If Mrs. BowHer L.D. LockwoodProprietor moderate pijces.Fronting -__ ____--- 1 ,
wants to go to the theater/ to- ,
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itinngcr Mrs. Bowser entertained me. '
We reached an understanding In the night" C the LakeJ.i :7loifoilo9e0lloi/okoitOkfo3ee7e07tOho01o7107/o'Sloito7loUo lohoSloilo7a07eo t lA tl ;
I ran the machine into a shallow J osgotosto.toslottoRoROagoRoKoROk ttoKotto.tonnv.toRuetoROrtoROatot ? ,
of nix minutes Mrs 1e. V a
course or seven
Bowser IH a woman prepared to meet ditch and\ let It brush against the i a I 1 e w. Opposite Hotel Royal Polnclana It a,. ''v r
bUHhtw, and Mr. Bowser went still and Whitehall 1o 00
She had not opposed I I i
the any pun-huso euieiKency., of 'a inaeblne, but bad whiter. I then ran over a stick of Olive Direct lirtwnon. Iliu Brlilgn. cart I Catholic Church Rooms aBoard; Hot and Cold 110 ,00 UI 7 u9fi Lt{ i qlS },

node Mi Bower agree to take a ride' cord wool dropped'! from some groaned farmer's like !,I Baths fi per day, special rates by week. M RS. J._C. LAUTHKR_ Prop. Eo ,oo.. I 1s, I i Iy1rS
iiml Ibo UlAn '
lo our. before cloning any bargain. Our wagon poor : o
brief conversation wan Interestingfrom uu' ox lu his I last agony. Ibeu I JU-I I OPKN!:! '!.. I ,
creased the speed to twenty-tl\e miles I !I E ,, t
several point, of view, but mostly I The EarmanNOW' Resort that ;
Hull hH slid off the seat" null I ;
hour,
I 09 to wlintvurt' to it perm' to )[1', un '
earned out you.
Bon Her In the iiexr!' hour clung to my leg. Having

"Well, Blank, here you arc: ," he sold\ l my promises to the letter, I lull till Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modem Improvements.

>8 be UuUbwl :hH) biiBluess, with the tin to off the road and stopped It und WM D. VAN'T WOOD, Box lay.West Palm Beach Ha."
------ '- Ii Trade II
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Stranger "and t mint you, t before startIng H.I 111.: In inotb, -- -- ------- A Select Boarding-House ol o Your furniture F i

out, to asMiu-e Mrs. Bowser that "Mr. Bowser., shall we. put High Order y i a

rldlug at la home an auto In ;,\la racking.;just ifs cliulr.sore"OB. t lttlug er"For]ten. uilles heaven's!?" sake no!" be replied i /(/Ti9arQr\ I tot r t reQ Located the on Lake Olive Front St., near 00 .5 ,oo.,. S ,$' I, V t.l '

"I have done that, .. t an he cane to life .
"Yes" replied Nice moonlight eyt'nln"you" -. know, *..."''uta Lights. hat and eolt bath., and other modern. convenl. nciTablo imrvlcet -- --- -- -- -
replied Mrs. Bowser, "he bOil willing to stay .."lit until mid-, Im br.t. icato "*" H tu *tO a ytffk. C..rri.p..n..Do.. noliolte.l. "0 It '
lattyBed me that: all tbeso CUSPS of accident und night"I I am (" MRS i UllANK DARLING, Proprletrese Iron Bed and Spring, a ,
reported dny utter day are fixed:
little and be Corner Datura nad G.
oil a
out to up
up by the penny-H-Hue reporters and got I knew be Olive Streets ox with, pIfo
followed The next thing I The
have not a nl of truth In. them. I Into the bushes I Northern: Furnished Rooms It,. 4

did fear to. bin e him go out;:but now I bad slipped to him away again' and again, but be I only. $o ALL MOSS MATTRESS
think ; called
it
perfectly safe-In fact:, I pre- '
acme he will enjoy himself," did not answer. I went up the road fora Hot and cold bath toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Locatednear .o 00 "
.875
had ,seen such a ; place. For particulars address Only $ '
"And If I do, you won't object to my mile, but no one I made many Inquiries Lake Worth. Quiet pleasant THEeNORTHERN "0 xx ,'y 1 a r r ro
baying an auto?" hb asked. man\ as I described. o. _
return and kept my eyes NOVEMBER 10 -_ -- ------ ---- ---- - 1)0 p p1'o
ou my +
"No, I win' not": ) l r'og
Mr. Bowser was aa bland and complacent open for the man I wanted, but In vain. PalmsOPEN 1 Four-Story Ad- It,. '
she The
as'a June 'bug' when be took When I'I reported to Mrs Bowser Beinft Built. Nice 30x 60 Rugs. r y yag
I'll' smiled\ and Bald: 00
seat beside me In the machine, but,
aa I "You have my warmest thanks. It appolatedandbcautlfullrinrnto'igiving/ the rnnfnrla wltll. t Only $1.40
''
ibavcd Aiarpehomallknhotelwell
the brick In
edge of a pile Worth tlm RoyalPoinelana ,
Luke opposite
/ but I'lt."t"d
him two or three days, 01 the. morn eatenelve ones. on '
turning around !lu getting'' away be may take nut theeont White walt"8O. eloetrtc balls, good II"hlnf! hun lug and boatlolJ.natOllI 0 It"
Hot"
home at last He may TttB PALMS. West Palm H..ch. 0" 0.('
w"ek.
the
he will get by
braced his and $8 day..Jpclall'ates .
feet and got a better hold alarms, t :1,1'10: per Ifo ---- ------ ,. sj T
with big hands. When we turned the ,turn to fire escapes, burglar OPEN OJII m di

fret corner I tickled the wheel ot a hair dyes and the dew cure", but I don'tthink House Blo !i Singer Sewing Machines :: w n11 ;
will an auto. keen m
moving van and made a white wings be buy Seagle 7gA I n'' K

Jump for the sidewalk and Mr. Bowser And. neither do I. BLANK, i I o 0" For Sale or Rent v
BOWSER'S FRIEND HI
Mid '.
: ? I'er 1\1. Quad. .A HOMB AWAY FRUIT HOME" 1'o Ice y }Ili Sh
"You-you are aure you know'an Worth. Cool, airy rooms best table service 0" 0"II
Centrally located end near Lake o--------- ------------ ------ ------ -- It 0Ii I
about" this thing?." HI.tarr Repe..a Itself.w Rates $,xoo Per Pay Special Rates by the Week or Month ; l,r Si t lei
My dear aid l haven't I been running F. V. SEAOLB, Proprietor ill h 'lo
I" for months? Any child can ,run an ', Ii J. B. MeG'INLEY u
uto. NOW OPEN o
YOU
ore* not a nervous man, are It
your A SWinter 0. 0' ',

"Of course not, but, I thought you Biiiggs., Cottage Home were Ito ,
staving things pretty close. off's
Not at all. ,you see that" grocer11 Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking No consumptives Taken o or 0 1'71 r''

wagon down there?' Well, that .red"wiled Evernla) Street Near Lake Worth 'West Palm Beach, Florida II Ito] 00
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boy who. drives It la known to. t MRS H. B. BPIQOS, ProprietressThe It"o ,

::9, He I u getting too fresh and need ? I 0"
,,0"
king down '' it
a pegr or two. I shan't ato7soSSOi.otolo7aokoloAa7so7sot.o ekesoago.goKokostoKostostoKokolR
run Into the vehicle but shave >It rather ki OPENS ostortoa oRortostostat o to
those!." Virginia I I UECEf119Eoy? ,FIRST

:"But: let me out first. f
I'r I couldn't here In this W. FENT0N &. ee
crowd possibly stop Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric Lights Throughout .
you see; nothing, whatever to Centrally

'edge be atrald of. We skip right along here tnrwi the, Cool week or mmouth. ClIle'n.C) rrl' "the nerui very; In conoetloa; with Sj Jii; ?* ':" !fcJ and' ;' '
ina ,
bit make the redheaded A L. HAUQH Proprietres ,
boy thlllk we are going to climb| OTer \ 'r
the NOW OPEN \'i. ;
doabboardand "erewe are, a embalmers

hundred knocked feet past him. I think I c, v The 1\ stone Datura Street. nearJ" :.c":...... .'.t.::::frssCITY _,,_
& spoke .e of TownAn \
out of a hind- wheel Center
Gut IIn not. lure At any rate the boy' "Oeet Like Julius Caesar, I've went Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA ,
hall behind me-!
was standing up as 'We pUlled, an* burned me britches Ideal Family Hotel. Oood home cooking and well-ventilated aleeplng room.
and "hu York World modren Rate $ day, ipecial i rate
received! something of a New Cold Bath and improvements.
Hot Miti '
IBM. Are ,' ,MRS. BEN). COOK, ttPralm Beach, Florida MEAT MARKET
you week
enjoying the
% yourself
by ;
am A........ 1.lal.t. ..
You tying to, but but"-
n/
I
Gilbert was goingto MOW OPEN $ /
J*" ttt sensation la dew to. Mother-1 thought T.,A. PEASTER Proprietor
I
Jon and it will,, take a tew ?,,??,_ to, filiig his concert piece to Sophie 1 Z C 'Qtta s 'Clematis Ave
trot accustomed don't hear him.ThaddeusWhyv. (! Snta1S' Two blocks ,Florida, $ad Western Meats 1'oaltry, Game and Eggs.,
lbt It It seems to you when I peeped 'Into i 7 w .toR.R. "
,We are abutto"run: into every- holding HU I Mail Orders Receiyo Car,ful ..Attention.Jefferfaoa a
tbln "" hot wa. other convenience. Table a. good a* the beat.
'e ., Satn and '
i"? across bu 1 can seatre ndieaN.LlPPtn '.'Magada 1 Large airy taota Block WEST PALM BEACH
,Ma nut transient rate 9< per day. ;
!II an oPtIeal'del.IGn.;; ",,, ,"We,_, g Rate $6 a week to home people; MRS.'C.. F. CROSBY 1 it itII
, Fla a
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1"AQK: FOUR THE TROPICAL suN\VEsr: PALM BEACH, FU" HUUA., WEDNESDAY: : MAKCH 7. i ooi


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Arrival andDeparture I I I It is no No secret Secret, thai About for Cuts It. Burns, I PROFESSIONAL CARDS Geo. S. Hacker & Son 1A I II Florida East Coast Railway

of Trains I Ulcers, Fever Sore. Sore Byes, Boils, LAW II I, ,
etc., nothing is so effective! as BuckleD'sArllica ----- '

---- '1 Salve. It didn't take long to c. *-. C1III.L.INOWOHTII I Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect. January' 9,1906.
cure a bad sore J bad, and it is all O. K

SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. for sore eyes" writes D. L Gregory of ATTORNEY. AND CUUHSCLLOR 80UlH.NOUND-READ DOWN NORiN BOUNO_READ Up

!Southbound No. 33 Miami and Nassau nope Tex. ajc at all druK store ., -- -- '
Went' Puliii Iteacli. 'Ia. 13 No. 78 No.< 74
.. No. 3 No. *9 No. 8M'I'10N8 No.l8N!
Special, will leave Jacksonville at 8 a. Dully Dahy Ir
------ Dully Lally J. aIl, Lally I D.7 D
m., reach Went Palm Bench at 5:05: p. m., Flue line of latest style visiting! H :O. G. ()unit IJC -i'2pT2 P :w ; Lv..Jac... oDvlll..u l80 P "14 :P 7.0..;- ll!
9 a I.-oo- P ,
and after crossing the lake to the EastSide cards and latest In letters at The .,.!! 4 28 8I! :. ,....80. J.cltlOllvUhl... .. 7 2'1' P ........ 78S.. ..
TroDlcal Sun Call and see sample. Attorney and CollTJ/jel1uNt.t-L w YI alD06 a. .. .... e. AIIMuHl'UI' ....,.. 62n P 840 b8 ?
640 pl085 p
1 hotels will leave. the station here at 938 P 81U "PIU11 a............ .. ............Buutloge.........,.. 6119\ p.. ....... 642.U.7 45f0 r.
_. .... WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 20' I 81l 1140 a Lv..E.IIHL l Pnlatka..LV 6 9n i 6 6
Miami e 87 p11 a N
: p. m., reaching at m. -- --- a
5:40 7:35 p. _._ -
b -- -. --------- ---- iD 4545 "t-0o V II afr-a to 10 i M..,........ 1"alatka ...::....e 600 p' UD 000 "CO a.
This train will be composed entirely of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I.. nu.ANNINU."tt)1'11f"XllIJIJ.'olltj1el1, P Lv........... Palatl" Ar 7 j :'fl"
H. 4 G5 J. 6 00_p'ii 05 as .!9' 90.a ..;:.::;;= 00-1' 2... .l s :
M parlor cau. for which extra seat fare Digest what you eat. r .. .. .ii )'a !If> a .. ... ..... r..baII }Iat............"Ci TD6 p 105 p. --.
>r- e- ,/inOfflcfl 'tl .L O 8 OI\ a .!1 05 a ........... Maleo..Ar, .-.II-I' .1..116.r B b .8
will be Chared.Local ,
_
n c. Y 1\( ..... ..... 718 ; ( j iI> ............ "g".1'v i 8i p ......... ., 110 .-----a
mail and express No. 29 will ( iiv;iItnnk..) ........,..,. 7 82 P p 1 lr III ....... WEST PALM BEACH FLA MANUFACTURERS OP ........... 740 1'1226 P .... .... ..,..... ....Du pont............. a 429 P ..,. .. ... 422 .,
leave Jacksonville at 9:20 a. m., arrive L. A. WILSON ........... 824 p... It In> a' ? ...,....OIU1lul1 hotel....... .4 p .
.. .... ..,......... 28 '
West Palm Beach Returning tI HII 884 1112, 60 "It 12 a ...... Ormood 4 O.l P 4 P 860
t at 7:56: p. tu. p .,,. .. .......... j. .
MfiDLCAL ANDIT'Ttixm ,rURC.lCAL 1160 .8 40 1 U5 I' 11110. ..... Daytona 862: P 4 18 P 8 lIT .4)'A) ra7
MANUFAl'TURKlt" : OK ..__.... Doors Sash P P .. ........ .
from the East Side this train will 8 I'' 116 .........Port Orange 8 41 I' rr r
leave Went Palm Beach at 8:31: p. m. and : M. itUNO rfI,; \ I.' ..1118_..- 1144 a. A r..New Jlmyrll.........,J.o; 822'.J' .lu.I'.a 1!..<'.2._. 444 t.
Boots and Shoes II ........ Laka Ihlo" ....f..Lv l2 U 46
10 2 a 4 44 p. 4 44 pAr. .. P P m 806
Mouldings .. P
reach Miami at 10:55: p. ui. Blinds, i101W a 'M 'M I' ..... ,..011I11/1"/ City ........ .. .19 116 P 15 sn p 48 p fY '
PHY'UC/4N! IIUfiGEfJN'' I046 1 IU 46 a 6 M _4 W 11 ..Oranlfel'lIyJnncllon.. 9 4! .... !!aU P 4)1) II'' '
4 ; Southbound No. 35 Palm Beach and llllif. iivor, 1'olliir'H 'Mpyclu ?.toit>,l' WENT: -ANn- 12i W i drop TAO 1.11. 6l a tv..lIIow Nm rue.......,. v .812 p 'Wt f1. : s 4' J!
Miami Express will leave Jacksonville Repairing ID All Kinds of Leu'Lcr 1'AUM llUAt'll.EfUcHl.lolito: ; uiiur Itoyulfoliataint ..' ......? 11110 P 1113 P ......,..,.. .. ...........,Oak 11 II ............Lv !9 l tp ....., III.I a ..
........... "
::;; p 218 11911. ..p Ar.1'1"tavilie. 2084i'! I58 I.JI.I 4:1: Ely
hotel!, PALM J1K.VC1I.llll.H.lt.M.CY J2.] 129-.1088! .
At 4:20: p.; in., arrive at West Palm Beach \. Goods! Neatly Done Building Material, 9 80 II 811 a ........ ... .............. .............! or ............ v in! .Il. 20 a,.... -a
4:10: a. m. Returning; from the East ii" ,i. ," :.'1.-i.; ; iM: :;; ............ II 20 .11 20 a............ L.!:::==:..anford..1...........Ar .....:...... ...... .. 0 (1\0\ y 110 ..
CHARLESTON S, C. T23 i u. --n8p 41 rv..f.; tli.\IJ.\ ..........Ali! TuGr6rp l'4$ aB, -
bide this train will leave West Palm ....... lilT 821 I I'. ............. ('000" ............LV 187 p..1.'... Io gy. r.
Bench station at 5 a. in., reaching MI. Indian T&Pied& Buckskin 1I-lIMUI: W.tT: .. PAJ.M BRA'LT'h'1. .AI L"-_. Largest factory South. ."..._..".111/2/ P P 828 p. .."......?..,.Rorkl..dRe..r...... ". 184 p ............ 12 b6 a' .
,
---- ---- -- ......... ........... 8 116 P 1U: p ." _. ..". 114! P 1116 p.,....... :: ".M
I I I ami 7:30: a. ui. No. 35 wills carry buffet DENTAL Sens i0r Pr't'' ..... ............ 1200 nt 4 14 .. :: _........Rall'bUAlIIOI......... : 19 41 P ...,.... 12 22 ..:::::::
... .,. .... ...
and Horsehide ShoesFOR ---- ... ...... 121'1' a 421 .... 1291 P .. 12 U ,
sleepers and day coaches. li1LJ.N.NE'tADrs. : ...."....... t2 O .469 ;: .........8eb..llau ........ : 1160 ......... .,127 p :. ";
; : p. ... ..... ... .. .... "
1101
..
.. 1.lIele.
with buffet ..... ..... 146 a 644 .St .. e 1086 I'
i No. 99, sleeper drawing .. 20 .\\I co 6 till .. ...._. Jl'ort YlerQe........ 1065 a1216. pIn80 i' 'Q"I 't
MACY & NEWMAN .. ........ ,.......... .. 10.111 ,...... .. I'
room car and day coaches, leaves Jicksonville ............ \ 21> a 8Y0 P Ttbball. : a 4167 P .,
r TENDER FES.1Olive NOTICE: _...... 229 a 624 P ..... ..". ." ............Eden............. IU All & ...."..... 61 p.' :' ,.
at 8:20: p. m., arriving at West of New BIG DENTISTS ": ............ \28a a 8211 p............. ............I.n..n.."..".. 10 Jd ...._...... Y46 p :'. -..
Its St North Jefferson! r! :, ---- .......... 240\ a 688 p... .. .............. 81uaU ............. ". 10II( C..,......... 0117 P, "-_
3 FalmBeach at 6:07: a. m. and after Office in Block '.' ........... 14 a 7 04 P ..... ........... Hobe 80lmt........ 1/ ell \ ...... .. Jtl p.a :::ft .
return from the East Side leaves West Jefferson Nol too In 111"1111f"'on tliull. plmllon. the 28tli. ............ 8113 721 p............. ...........Went Jupller....._.. ".. II t1 I y', ,.. ... ..O I' ,..:::::"
WEST PALM BKACH. PI.O R IDAI't. 7110 606 pAr..... West i'.hn liencll..... HtlO. 1(1 st y 11 IS .
6 4 10 a
07 p \ P
a P 100
,.
Palm Beach reaching lay at Jnnlltl'.11. HHHI, apply)' to the Ito A, .,.. .... .
at 6:27 a. m., \ 8 17 a.4 60 8 21 P 6 aR pL.. .. 1'10111ach ", .1." II 411 silo :9a a 03 P 10110
J. lLILiY : J K. lloliuT, Counly Judge of Diiclu" C'onnlytFloH-" 6 Oil a 881 640 ..... We.IPalm JJe.cl1..A. 11111 .1000. a 788 I''
627 P P
Miami 8:30: a. m.NORTHBOUND. S. H. RICHMOND, Agent (In, fur n drill ........... II 88 9 08 P ........... ....... .Delay............. 'I' 88 a ......... 7 oa P.. "
TRAINS. IXlltiHtOOlcu out'aid cif Jnliu Iliinry hotly ilnconxail.Diitt'd l. ..... ..... 6 88 a 10 00 P ....._..,r :: ....d'orr::1] Lauderdnla....,. :: 8 4U 'a ......"... 6 U9 P ....:::::
Perrine Grant Land Coipany first door wont .of ]uda Stale this 18lli .day or July t..t. I>. liNin.I ......"... 1142 a1009 p............ ...........Paula .. .... e4.1. ........... OW p.,.. ..
l Train No. 78 local mail and express County JOHN S. WUKPI'tll.dinliilHlnitorof : ?....... 86..1020 ....... ......... liallandeie, ".... .", 66o a ......_ 640 p.. .
EN'I'A'L'E. Hunk I 7 20 a 10 46 ........ ...... '''''''0'' Clty..,.... 618 e. .... II 21 p : "ft.
y with buffet cars and day coaches, leaves Itt.A14 WEST A :thul.Inrcorl"ItnilunryltnOi I I C80 a 780 .10 a6 p.. 'I' 2 P. Af.............Miami...,.........lv lOOn 816 a ato P A7:iQ"ji
t VA.IM !UEACH. FLOK11Auf .h'oo"I., ............ 800 a.......... ........... Lv .......... Ar ".. ..."... Bpi P ,_.
t Miami at 6 a. m., arrives at West Palm CUTLER. FLORIDA I II, .............]080 r .......... ............ A. I...... .MI.ml.l Lv. .......... ........... 12110 P ......"
Beach at 8:15: a. m., and after its return --- ----7' -- fiu(fTot Parlor Can on trains 23,20,78, 74. Buffet Bleeping Cart on trains 85, ell, 28i UK.- -

1' from the East Side leaves this city at 8:50: n I I | Ually except Sunday.
1 --- -- --'- "", ,, ,.
-" *-lQi
a. m. reaching Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. I CONDENSED 8CHK1>ULE HKTWKBN JAOKSONVILI.M AMP 8T. AUOU5Tlag

i Northbound 74 Miami and Nasxau F6.LTH11COU'4Jtfd No. 23* No. 27t Ho. 29t No.13'"" No. 3NNo.3 No. 86t No, AAi No.3f No,16i

j; Special composed exclusively of buffet J. B. McQINLEY lAND CURE THE (LUNGS SOUTHBOUND Dally Dally Dally Dally EaMonEA.Mo Dairy I I ]Daily! Drily Dally DUI, Er.Mon
-- --
will leave Miami at 8:15 a. I
parlor cars, :
J I Lr Jacksonville S W a BOO a 920 Tin. t ao pi 8 IO 11 4 20 p 8 20 Ste 000 p
r m., arrive at West Palm Beach 10 a. m. Funeral Director WITH Dr. King'stJS1 Ar 8U Augustine 000 a 1000 a 1080 e a 10 pDally 8 h0 Q4| J E 80 9 40 p1580 1000 p

Alter going ,to East Side station this No. 74Dally' No. 30t No. 78f No. 44* koD 32'Na. $8 No. 28Na HA Na. A2t'Na' .
train will leave West Palm Beach at Beprearnt the survival the fltteat. We NORTHBOUND Er.airy6unEs.Dally D41,
Dilly Dally I Dilly Drily Dell
, 8a
have beoon the larR tt wtnl UOUHO In tile Dis Es,6vn
10:25: a. in., reaching Jacksonville at world bocuiimt our Herd. are hnttor than \Tory
and of h ra. Do you wlnli to slow ihtt moat LT St. AiiRustlne 6 40 p C 10 p 6 20 p1210 11 10 '*l1 'V 650 7 10 820 a7M| .
h 7:40.: t beuuu0l flower mid tom fliiettt, ve,.. I Price Ar Jacksonville.. 740 p 710 p 780 p 110 pliaiO pll240 p 740 840 920 3 aM ,
IaidvNT Pluut thebe4.a d-F rryle,
No. 98 with buffet sleeper drawingroom 1009 Peed Aacud fees to aRapylla.uuu FOR CONSUMPTION 50o&t.OO a Trains composed ezoliuilvely of Pullman ot Parlor Cars and extra scat fare will bechar9ed|,
cars andday: coaches leaves Miami : mbalnierHotb q Free Trial. t Day coaches operated on these trains on which no extra or teat rare Is charged

at 8:20 arrives at West Palm "- D. M. PERRY A CO., No. 17 ,
rii : m., ,
p.
Detroit, Mloh. Surest and QUIcken Ours for all :Mo. 11I3 No. till N9' 10 Dally No. 18 No. .0 No 1111
Beach 10:25: p. m., goes toanhe East Side I licensed by tbe Stat, to em holrn THROAT fend LUNG: TROUBLES Only Run. Daily Ell:. M.po- ,' Draneb Dail, lIun. Daily
Only Only Onl,
ao leaves here for Jacksonville at : or MONEY I3AO$. Sun.
< 10:55 and prepare bodies for shipment. '1! p101o i liio p S16 Lv..J.c..n.II1.. ... r T-81980 i h1\ P==
'T p. m., reaching the latter place at 8:40: !9 I 40 P 1060 a 8 40 P 8 64 a A..Pablo Beach._ 6 1\0 a 11 60 a 410 P ...._
j I'I'a. Lady ftfsi8tatlt. ---- -- -- --- -- -- ---- ___u___ _=-u_______ ____ !9 I 411 P 10 all 8 4a II 8 611 e .....AU..nllo Beacb.... 6 411 .1146 4 46 P ...._
nl. I S 00 P 1110 a 7 00 p "U ............ Mayport.........Lv S 80. 11 80 4 80 P ........_
Northbound 28 Palm Beachland
No ]
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS ,AT UML
Miami Express, ;composed of conches '

and buffet sleeper and makes all stops.! GEO. HASLEHURST & SON Southern Railway' Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships el lha P. &. 0. S. S. Company'

Will leave;:Miami at 5:10: p. m., reach _
/ Havana West and Nassau.
West Palm BeachJ;>t.7:33! : p. m. After Key

going to the East Side, this train (Twill Contractors and BuildersP. Two Trains Daily to Washington and New York. Three Sailings Each Week.Tralus .

leave West Palm BeachZstation at ;,8:13: O. BOX 304 SCHEDULE KWKCTIVE; NOVKMIikB: M, 10011( >. discharge passengers! at hlp'. lde. No tmnsUrj.

p. m., reaching Jackson vtllej7:}o a. m.
These Tlma Tables show the times at which trains may Iw xpxoted to arrive at and depict
NO. jl :.80 Two T .il1a t IJ I N :\o.l q N'o.la' N'orthnndWe.t No 1q No. 18 from the aeveral stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated la not guaranteed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.In FOR SALE Sons this Company to be held responsible. tor any delajs or any oonaequenoM arising tberelrom..
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1 p Court of County Judge, State of 114011'040PV Jeaeo .\ 81811' 11I \ "745PVJllck..llvle.80R'Ar/! / tl I /lux OKI For Copy'of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or. Other Information

:Florida Dade County. one of the most beautifully 6 1 nip 2Ilp.a8 6 ooa: Ar Lv SRvan..h Colu..blll I.v.1.// 4>"p l 4111'l l" Ii 4nll"HOII 5..... Ar Atlanta, So Ry LI h I 11611 I 14110. lOllll 1114")I11115 SEE THE TICKET' AOENT:"
the matter of the estate of PrinceJ. 10 Yap 9 Sin: Ar Charlotte I.v II !( 10 liftS Ar
In 110" 12.1U1'! q3a Rome Ho Ry I.V/II/ ) OOil.v ",1 8 20p
situated homesin I ria221a .tijip Ar Orreaxburo I.v 7 ,11I1'!|' 11linu JJ Hxn 82,11Ar Dalton, Bo: Ky T4i| I"p J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qcn'I. Pass. Azt.. ST. AUGUSTINE.; FLA.
Baker i lop Ar Danville l.v carp| 66Hn loan 94tnAr ChattancwKa T t.vl6911 3 Sop
To all legatees distrib 5ro Ar Lexingtou,8oRy. l.v 10 ft>5u> .
creditors --- ----- --
4 Florida. p I 6 4>p I Ar Richmond [.; 12 80p I!11 Slip 74opA.rClnchuatgtdtvl88pt' !!. -
utees and all persons having claims of 8411pILvC9ncinuattnig4'ArflueNon --

demands against said estate. ,4 ally' Ar Lynchburg Lv B Hllli14Hi 41R' s :...-. 71O""r Ohicngo. Big; 4 1., IIlIlIp .
One hundred and ninety feet above I dlliii 6 11I,1 Ar Clmrlotteiiville I.v | Iq; a | Cin'.ah, Pa Llnca Ar U f511 l
i
You and each, of you are hereby notified sea level overlooking. clear spring fed 9 SOBII.wa DSIIp, Ar WRohln ;toll 1.v110 l 6111, Dear -171oaIAr|/ Chicago PaLliicii. Lv 84Up ir1' :
1136" Ar llnltimore l.v 6 nil 8421) 8 qyp Cincin i tl1t
Lv 'all.
and required to present any 7 4111Boap"
lake, with views of hills for some miles JSPJJIJ" ArVVOHt Philadelphia 811", is rrpNo 'I ..a3nAr|/ Chlcago.MononR Lv l tni.4.
claims or demands which youor ''Ar Now York _LvIY' lOll gy5p --- -
; ,
C'tnolo'.II.CH&D
Absolutely healthy with delightful -- v A 71X111U4Up'
either 'of you may have against the ..3}and man- .. York AI\.! Florida f.xpnm.. 5 >'Pl Ar Toledo. CHit D Lv
:
country for riding and driving Dally Drawing-Room !>Ip..plll". Car J |Aj D'trojtlVM J.v.o sap )
estate of Prince J. Bakery deceased l'orlTampa and Jack. .vlllg to New York.Now. -9-Blip, f,v CInC nand IHq 4 -

late of Dade County, Florida to the Residence '.9 tint l 30--"Waahlngton and ifloridn;: .; _I BjOalArCleveland/ .."!-,4..Lv103Up1. /' _!:! __ : -
undersigned administratrix of said Spacious Limit. -Dally Pullman Drawing Room Sleep- J J o P 4v Ltx1!iti, < ,<; ;
estate Inn C 4-, Jacksonville< to New York. 8 Illp Ar loil-wllln. i lit I f\1111"\; ; \!
\:
within two years from, the date 25 Rooms. 73"8ll tr 4t I,ill'I 41 to t ,
N n., n'.._ !In.mgh!. !! I.nnd .t 7'he "kv 04U \ Ar Anniston So rip:
|
hereof. -76fij Iv Jarkwnv le. }'I.. { l 114>>'0 Ar Blrmintiliam Lv 616p
lilfi" Lv .......
Possession at completely furnished .h. Ga : Ar Memphia. PHaco Lv, lOll
Dated January 30, A. 1>., 1900. once loon A, p 8
if desired for this An ideal Colllmbl..s.C ._ 11400 Ar Kau.ad CityLv 680p /
senson. lOOp Ar JYl F
Aahville '
Rosa N C. 16
E. Baker \ p3opLy h
place for U7p Ar .. i-- ( Memphis;
wealthy family. Hot Spring; N. C. Lv J.I-I- "
Administratrix of the estate of A Win <\r Kno"vllle,1..nn, ... __ 9:loltlAr Hot_Spring.___ _, Oyr'h
I Prince 8BOII Ar Louisville. Ky. Lv Now'3 and 14-Dnlly. Solid Veatibule train
J. deceased.
Baker
Three hundred and seventy-five Acres, 4 a0 Ar St Louie, Jl a ID. Ar .
CI..clnIlR"Olllo A
-- ----- - lv | Jacksonville to Cincinnati. .911t"j 4'i
t a''d: yvf
I sixty of which Is in choice budded fruit. Na 2CJ and .--Dnlly Pullman Drawing-Room :No. 18 amt 14-Pullman UrawlngRoom sleef. y r. v+m'
( l: and Bllrrel !Sleephlg tar hIlt Cars between
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Coast Line dally at 9.00 p. m., of the Famous Tourist Train Atlantic Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fred'k'' DeBary

and arrive Tlfton 1.25 a. m., Macon CPast'Pne. art appointed. to sail u tbllowai! LenvaJacksonvllU m. lie-
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[Orl"A1QI.l) The
Triullllou said that the feud between

the Clf.lurluo: and, the :.Mnrtclll families

bc-giiH by a Murtolll\ man carrying off a DodgingPeriod ,

Colorlno, woman thut no Issue came
from the union and that lira feud would
one day bo ended by u Colorlno man New York', ', ,r

B4A7JVG POFVD carrying off! a Murtellt woman Forreiierntloim ,

( romantic youngsters used \. ; 1'ttlT r,9
to concoct situations far this fluul elopement -

the story gaining dm mil tigstrength i ,
i iy1.,1
with each generation.The I lof( a woman's life Is the name often Herald : 1
Makes delicious hot biscuit Martellla were originally an Ital. [,j given to "change 'of life." Your ,I : '
menses come at long Intervals, and .w '
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ian family the Colorlnos native of
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'grow ) (
scantier until they stop. Tha ,
cakes rolls and muffins.An Corsica After most of the members of I change lasts three or ouryears, and .' .'." ,. ? '
griddle both families had! been killed off a Co 1 causes much pain and suffering t'.t", ,

loriuo removed to Florence where the which CAn, however, to cured, by Greatest PaperPublished
lust of the MfU'tellln lived in order that taking 1
absolutely pate cream of tartar powder. ho might exterminate them. lie succeeded ".> ::." n-v- ',

lu getting rid of all that wait! ;

left except Signora Lucrocla Murtelll WINE I ,
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., MEW YORK. and her Infant daughter Glauetta but CARDUI'

-- .... -" '' !In the last encounter lost his own life. \..
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Signora Mnrtelll grew old 1, cherishinga I
AS GOOD AS ANSWERED. bitter hatred against the Colorlno' Contains MoreAutomobile I; ,

family and brought; her daughter up to
Woman's Refuge in DistressIt
regard! them all as monsters. But tho

I I strife was mere history to the child, quickly relieves the pain, nervousness News m\
t I II TIll whoso hate for the Colorlnos was much miserableness I
I irritability, .
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like that of an American girl studying I fainting, dizziness, hot and cold ? 1 ,,f ;

JII l the history of our Kevolutlon for an flashes, weakness, tired feeling,etc. I

,i Ill ? I r I. F.II IIIhmIl1l. I'this Cardul"dodging will bring period you safely," and through build Than all theO ther Papers Combined h
When Glanctta was nineteen her
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up your strength for the rest of your I
} I mother spent mach time with her In the ?life. Trylt. ,

galleries of Florence, for the girl was 'You can get It at all druggists In '
/r devoted to art and painted well in water sloe bottles.'oI"EVERYTHING. Exclusive Reports from all the P
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i I II I II coloi'H. One morning when the two Winter Resorts

y' I were lu one of the principal, galleries, BUT DEATH ) ,

I I NI I II' they cnme upon a young man who was! ,1 uffarai"wrlt.B took Robson.ef ...
copying a painting. Unlike Italians I on,Md.. 'until I Ordul which Cured .
I m.10 quickly It surprised my doctor, who
generally' his eyes were blue and bin F didn't! know I WM uklng." !
ft II f /hi l1llI hair a soft brown. He was absorbed In .
his work and did not notice the lookers .
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on till one of them spoke directly behind i

him. Then he turned and, with a _. __ ,_ _" .__m'__ _"' .,j\\ I r -I { ,JI
smile, offered to get 1 them chairs.' Tho i t, h

elder declined the civility, and after remarking Tax Assessor's Notice. I -' i ,A '+
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to her daughter how well the .rot
County tax assessor, George O.: Butler -
copyist had caught! the nplrt| of the original
has l Issued( the following notice to : -
they passed on. ft
Nature lm- given to human beings as the tax payers o( Dads County relative -i \

well as to doves an Instinct- which to the amending of county real : i )" .

III I IIIi mates may recognize( / each oilier. The ., Don't Fail to Read ;:. ,;
= I ) artist was deterred! his work for the and pamonal taxes for the ensuing

rest of the lilY by Glanetta's face com year, and giving: the dates on whichhe ":i {" )....

i I i i1 ing between him and his canvas nnd will visit certain (pl.iees and loco I.'

Olanctta saw only the blue eyes, the Ittea for the purpose( of receiving said '" The New York .. '; f--
\\1 I brown hair and the sweet smile of the fR'
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merits
I aaspsH :
artist. -Weeks passed, and the Images +
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were by no moans diminished for the E r{ in
mau or the girl. Then one evening ata March: 9.-Fulford. Is l
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ball, when Olauetta was standing beside : March: Hallandnle.< ... .
her mother she ROW ono of bier March 12.-Danla. Herald .T ,ti

friends coming toward them and with :March 13.-Fort Lauderdale,
him-her heart stood still-the objectof ,
March 14.-Pompano. ...
her dreams
(March 15.,Deerueld..
"I beg leave to present Lorenzo Color k t
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I Ii March to 19..Delray. '
rlno. While in Florida and In- '
Keep ',
March
20.-Boyton
Of the four figures in this living picture {' h
Signora Murtelll drew back as If {March 21.-Boyton. 'f
: formed on Home and Foreign Affairs
to avoid a wap, dlanettu turned pale March 22 to 24,-West Palm Beach!:

while the artist and the friend were .March 20.-Neptune. i / 1

transfixed with astonishment at the reception March:\ 27.-Kobe Sound. ,- -- -- -

they received. 'March: 29 to 30.-Stuart. : i'M'
said the mother.
"Come Olnnotta '
"SIgnora," said the mutual friend, Ii
Mil "Suppos* I should ask your fath.r if I could marry you-do you 'think "may I not know the cause' of this The following personal. notice is attached -

I rind any ohano?"' treatment?" to the announcement: s

Shei "No; your case would be hopeless." "SIgnor Colorlno will explain when "The law require' every property THE BEKCH CLUB: p't'

Hu i Why> Would ha say no?" you tell him that we are Martelll. : owner, or legal!: representative of the p M I

(hit "Not that, but hc'would Uav the decision to me." As the ladles moved away the mutual owner, to return all property, real and

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-- --- -- --- friend looked at the artist Inquiringly. personal, on blanks furnished for the (I n corpora t IM!) ylhrl'' rII

Japan'. Pipe Hell.there A Joke That Pulled Twice I Colorlno explained that ho had beard purpose by the assessor (these blanks, $ '
I Miss Adelbert hud! Just returned from the two families,
of n feud between
will be sent by mall to all applicants,
Is R bell In Tokyo, Japan, RKSTAURANTBreakfast
<: a vacation spent( at a tiny village ou but he hud supposed it had died out
ieh Is made from tobacco pipes. : who fall to meet the assessor on receipt
the Maine count la recounting her about the time ho was born. The ex- $
lays the legend Inscribed around 'i experiences she talked somewhat for I II planation was satisfactory ,and the of postage stamp) between the i Yin / 1,

t, outside in four languages/ Eugllxh the benefit of a cousin a quiet person, two friends Sl'pl1rllte first day of January and the first day 1 I

|pni'li, German and Japanese.ngluli I j who WHS visiting! her city relatives for Signora Martelll noticed from this of April of each year. If such person -

This e version rune as follows: I I the first time III many years time that her daughter was absorbed, or their agents fall to return I i : :: Luncheon : Dinner -' ;
bell. coat In I
the of ,
city Tokyo
Dec I "There was Just one store in the startled when approached or spoken'to their property for assessment as required j $ T ik
an :10, 1802. by Tmidtt Sen, l 111 "and
1 theykept
Me, from place said :Ml s Adelbert suddenly short, showed signs of by law, the assessor Is com- }
the metal of tobacco
pipes everything-- Is, everythingthey having something banging over her. at all hours
manded to assess It as 'unknown.
Wore thou
a thousand men, once I had to keep. One day I went Into :Months passed 1 before an explanation i
lyw} now f r>e men." "It Is not the legal duty of the! as-
veil-
buy soiiio soup, and Jn>1t on a came. Then the mother discovered a
[lie story ls. that In 18112) a woman 'tore I asked the clerk If they had note In her daughter's' possession sign- sessor, to examine the records of the

plenary( from America waged! war I I, Browning. lie stnred at me a second, ed "L. C." From that time Gtanetta county for the purpose of ascertain r'' '

tobacco smoking and iwrsnadiid 1 I then went olt: _and looked under, the was a prisoner, and her mother hired ing the ownership of real estate or- Special Orders Received for Parties ; t

If 1 tltoiunnd well to forswear the counters! and on the shelves Presently I a Spanish duenna,'Paplnta by name, to. der that he may assess the propertyto more."l'' fal,

T'it' for They therefore bad no further I j lie came back and Halt!: 'No miss, we keep a constant watch, upon her. Pa- Its legal owner, but It Is the duty of three or
I their metal pipes, which were nln't We got blacking, an' with
none.
got plnta had no especial sympathy of every; property owner If
I'M down end cast In the form of bluing an' wo got whiting but well and
we got lovers. She was paid
young to meet! the'assesl10r at the
eli I. The Pos8lble'l
metal resemble bronze, I we ulu't got a bit o' browning Inthestore. Incorruptible.
the> bell baa was place and time, or at hIs .
a ph-osant musical One morning Signora Martelll received $ OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY '
court house In Miami and return his
several! .
Miss Adelbert had to make I a telegram that her sister wasdying ,
her nudlcnce that property. This I respectfully urge all r 9 I I I II ,
protest. to Manure"''' In Plea Giving Pnpmta instructions l '
trlo.s CDennon of 1900
imall'' > Welsh Buperrdtlon. this rciilly huppeiipd.) Flnnlly the cousin to keep a curefuj watch she property owners to do. If the prop-

> glussllke. Irregular circlets of asked gravely, "But Cousin' Bert, threw a few things Into a bag and erty owners to do. If the property ryafl

f T crystallized round /In the mineral are occasion why didn't you say varnish In the first drove to the station. She had not been owners' will co-operate with me, the ti ,,4{ 4
mountains of Vales
concerning ; place!"Youth's Companion. gone an hour when a gentleman wltli roll can be made correctly in every }"tt
these 4
ff J e some< curious the WeUh people white hair and beard drove up to the particular." -------- -. --- _- 1FAYSHOLES ., t r,.
superstitions. Some
The First Fiction. house and asked for bid sister, Signora
'W
that Busiest house in town. Even band
they formed a
| are III the
1 of The "Tulu' of Two Brothers, written Murtelll saying that be bad been Informed -
a snake as soon as he reaches scribe played to keep the crowd moving, atdner'a.
the Thebau slater's death while at
3,2iW) Yl'or"lgo/ Iiy of their
l' of 100 years while others! de- [[ ;
!ant Ennanu. librarian of the palace to Rome and bad come to go on In com-
they are formed "of froth supposed Pharaoli Martellt. Glanetta
'eo om" KlUK Mermptuh, the pany with Signora .
when '
two largo male is the oldest work uncle but the du KING AND PRESIDENT GIVE.
?! meet: of the Exodus; welcomed him as bee; I I
| Historian Camden the great F.ug. of fiction extant. The tide wa writ enna, having no knowledge of him, declined Washington, :March President 1w "
slid
|I II usual for Snakes antiquarian to says: ten /apparently for the entertainmentof to receive him lie pleaded that Roosevelt; has Joined with King Ed- I .

"fohn'e eve and by Joining appl'oach heads on ,' the crown prince, who Biilweanratlyrrltfiied be could not get a train to Pisa till aft ward, of treat Britain in a notable Pay-
II. Ills name appears but was given no comfort from V
Beta
ler
and< n" ernoon
binning to form kind to-I' gift to the old Bniton parish church
ble which In two places o .the'inn nus'riptprob.ably Puplnta except that be might: leave his ,
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paries througU! the at Wllllamsburg, Va. When Harry ,
autograph alg- In the hall.
large one
-umeuietely the only surviving trunk, a very ,
hardens till It resem- Egyptian king This he went away-agroolng; to return St. George Tucker president of the
Then
of
glass natures uu
!reB riiij rln"W win ver finds one" Piece of antliiiip fiction, written on I for It at 3 o'clock.. Jamestown ,Exposition Company, nfas t

p ever after prosper, nineteen sheets of pnpyrus in'' a bold I At 2 Olanetta was taken very ill, abroad a few months ago King Edward I S h l Mil

Ruda Baron hieratic band wan purchased In Italy and at a quarter past 2 Paplnta went presented him with a handsome

''rein! Sieulwu was lleobcn. M, by ')Ime. UHJrl.liiey who sold It In I for tile doctor. Just as she returnedthe Bible for the church, which la the
known
the
as .
the British returned for his trunk.It
I i. rou"ht'Mt, mont unclyll| and dl>, 18T.7" to the authorities of gentleman the successor to the original church at
and
1.tt'OUII*W OIB spoke'tr In English the Revolutionary, the museum IVOrblney. where' papyrus.It III upw Other known IIPPC'I a' I I doctor was entered.carried out as Paplnta I Jamestown. Mr. Tucker called pn the Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market

t) aora exlii fiction have wliero was Glanetta president and while talking with hIm I ,

-Ulnt\ spit I 'la.''P'.tlvell' 'lie'' kupw(, most of' the since men! of coma amrfwit to light Kityptlan: which appear to But SIgnora MartelH found her sister perfectly I I j of exposition. matters, told 1,, him of the I I Lightest Shift, Lightest Running, The Champion Spee i Writers of the Worlduse

II..H I 0110111111;| to,, and tad other prove that the Nile. valley was not only 'well and, suspecting something gift of King Edward. The president it. More Fay-Sholes used In Punsacola! than any other tingle. ; make .
8trnj. them
t whim a little | | )bit'together( the birthplace! of the art and sciences wrong, hurried home. There she luarn-I immediately offered a lectern on which I
lt excited ,1
t turlJ, rnt",, lllollt e3ttP0' l'n''ry woiUO.r but was oleo the cradle of romance.Conceicntloa ed trunk of and her aianetta'u spurious! mysterious brother dlsap-] the Bible might rest. On behalf of the See it Before Buy"ing.; ; /. I

or '" 1'niuu 1 Kroncli and Kni. her, 'congregation Mr. Tucker accepted the 'Nf
sal\! Then It was:'all plain to i
','d tol i-!! polyglot" ; coulp08ltIou *. I pearance.She had been drawn away by1 the telegram !I pr 8ldenC'1I offer, assuring: him that his R. C. DAVIS, State Agent
e\'e''YtJody' in bearing.e'laed : WifeWhat's the trouble I ,gift would be appreciated by
/Young and the spurious brother wn* deeply
of the CHAS. B.. KENDALL Local Agent
----- Why do ;you sit on the edge 1 the bated Colorluo. who imd carried off the parish. ,

rims don't chair Husband-Well dear you know I Glanetta In A trunk. AttheTtopicatSue, WEST PALM. BEACH;; : FLA

','IN! the hounetoeper rOil) go ,.to- work 1'" de : we 'are busing; It on the entitled Installment to.- Signora Martelll as 'a girl had [had .MAIN1t' ,:DE> : !OC RATS WIN. I _._..__-__.._____ ___- ..."". ". .,
all I feel ( 'the abduo .
that's final
81 I. plan and fancies! about \ I "
her own -
rer !ltIII," Augusta, Maine; March 6,-"-,The I
,1rloatel', .1 beg.n"thegrity 1.hair|. i J.lt..\ ,_ tlon and they ;were; all pictured In gild. tie-I I 1411BIIDDED
got a wife and three And mocrats carried six of eleven GRAFTED; '
''rill l in ed balcony ladder flying'/ steeds IMO oba
You don"- Tao tats.6bsrI When It dawned upon/ her1'' that her which held their municipal elections'! [ Mangoes.Largest .

4r. t Work ,hew .can. Ayon 'bent youithaya;' just' got JDal''rI"'l. bad fulfilled tilt prophecy' by"" on Monday The 'cIty| ,of Rockland j
I couKratulate, youj'i daughter Collection of Grolon lathe United States. Palms Phyllan
tilt too bite to takers, out' In ff elected their first Aemocratiq mayor ,
I ignominiously ? 'I
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: S-eyiu', lady 1 ') tr .f / / t.huIet.O. AH Full Line of Citrus Stock
ot.,1\: kois'ates pot grown.
red, t \,//wlte : nOb..lD'lIfh trunk she fell on hon face.ft"" wept) Jn twenty-three years. Other elections
l.edlr1r IIhtrl1to\ support m.tlpbla .:"- three weeks ago. -Illustrated! Bits. ALICE t u Eol1m..' III..tqwns and cities'wilt,,' occur oq _Mon>| grownea'Fllgb' Spruce 1>1ne Land Address, : ,': rI r:( 'V'*"

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-00 i'7O FOR CLERK: OF TilE CIRCUIT 7 .Cr CLOTHES
i Clarified advertisement In this column
COURT. at one cent per word for each inseitlon. Serge '
Believing that my service for the I Count the words and send the : .

Z r tC past five years -as Chief Deputy in the, cash along with the order.
pi/' 0U or
of Clerk of the Circuit
office the Court,
MONIJV/ TO LOAN.
qualifies me for the position,. I here- "
i"? YOU iAvE TROPERTY THAT BlackClay :
with respectfully\ announce my- candidacy -
JL you want to Improve and nerd moneyto
for Clerk of the Circuit Court, do it with apply to (:eo, G. Cuine
subject to the approval of the Democratic West Palm. Bea.lf.LANDSCAP .

Primary S. tlTTS
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FOR CLERK: OF TUB CIRCUIT BENJAMIN LANDSCAPE ,
Gnrdetier. Care of fruit and flowers a
I COURT. Bpeclnlty. Best references. Have beenin Worstedr ,
To the Democratic voters !of Dade charge of W J Allen place for six I'

O County: years Would like the care of a nice ,'; .
place anywhere Lake Worth. Ad.
I hereby present name to the on.
my dress B Cook:: Box 158.West Palm Beacb.
I voters in the coming Democratic SUIT
Primary! as candidate for Clerk of the Batteries and Complete Launch Sup

0 + t t'I Court for Dade County. plies, at Fowler Bros. & King's.
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Having resided here for twentyfiveyears Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros & .
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I Invite 'inquiry and investigation King's. and all Wool l

of those who do not know
Reniy Magnetos, $15 oo. Best made,
me personally as to reputation
I my as
lit Fowler Bros. & King's.CprrRGe.r.
a citizen, my record as an official in 'tooCattst

years past, and my' fitness and com-

petency for the office to which I aspire.

If elected, I promise fair and court- i.r

I % J eous treatment to every citizen at the :
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CD t) hands of every person connected with

the office. Models 4 ,

JOb Soliciting the support of every voter

who considers me competent and capable -

00 I am; respectfully, ''

EUGENE H. I1fMICK. tntfQn

West Palm Beach, Fla
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"Glad/i says you are a perfect gentleman."

as "Why, she doesn't know met" -----
'. FOR TREASURER
That's what I told her." /f
.--- To the voters of Dade County: : .
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I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

--- I for renomination to the o.ffice'; IT IS A LONG STORYthat Y

Paragraphs of PIERCE'S BICYCLES at Cummings of County Treasurer, subject to the .,. ,
|| I Clematis ave., opposite bank, West Palm action of the Democratic Primary elec- refers to an account. .
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Beach.I .
"The depositor in esteemed It
tion, to be held May 15, 190G. an patronof
focal J Interest J I See the moving pictures at Zapfs C. II. RAULERSON. years'"atundinK. First, business was

--- Opera House tonight. Miami, Fla.Reports smell, but the account grew with theorospe.rity
that attended the bank."
Tate Springs mineral water Broad The board of county commissioners 6G
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well & Moore. I met In regular session InMIamI: \ yes- from the Dade County Fair, Banking for Profit \

,terday. which Is on In Miami this week, Indi- a.
Lathe work on brass and steel at Cum. I
cate that the event is requires patience for both depositors
In proving quite a
wings; 9-r3-lf. I I' Mr. B. M. Potter spent yesterday end bank.
The attendance from this
A eon was born to Mr. and :Mrs | Miami ot friends, having in an gone automobile.Mr. down with. a party success.city is very large, and 'it Is said that Stand la with our conservative meth D. H. ALLEN

It R. W. Porter, Datura street, last I the exhibits are unusually fine. ode and your profits will be a cause for '

Thursday. I ; W. F.) Armstrong Jr. spent Sunday Mr. Jefferson Jackson, (of Chicago, |congratulations. Oten an account .in
In St. Augustine, the guest of his our savings department. I''
; editor of Harness and 'Horse, well
r Mr. John H. ZIll, a prominent citi- [ a f
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zen of Delray, spent Monday In theo sister, Mrs. Fltz-James Hlndry.Mrs. known Chicago publication, arrived DADE COUNTY STATE BANK, Real Estate Agency Y

t i' city on business.Mr. I O. Plerpont, an attractive r yesterday and la at The Palms for a West Palm Beacb, Florida. 1

lady of Milwaukee, is at The stay of some time
young ..
of the Miami
S, Bobo Dean, -- -- 0
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Metropolis, spent Sunday In the city I Virginia for a protracted stay o one City Surburban and
Mrs. Charlotte Kirk of ,tliepolilar ,
with friends and relatives. I Miss Lillian Cook left yesterday Y
guests at The Virginia, entertained -

t' Air.! G. C. Matthams Is spending today I morning studies in for Stetson DeLaud University.Huylct's to resume. her a number1" her friends at I Lake Worth ProduceCOMPANY Country Property for

In Miami, having gone down to bridge whist 'l st- Friday evening. r

i attend the County Fair. candies, Broadwell & Moore Among those who enjoyed her hospitality Sale and Rent es

Attorneys C. C. Chilling-worth and ''Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Flagler and were Mrs. :Morris Kelly, of McKeesport -. FRUIT AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS a 0 e to
members of their house party left Pa. Misses Eleanor and .
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Geo. O. Currie spent !Monday In (Miami -
Whitehall yesterday morning for Miami Emma Hassler, tMeadvllle, Pa.; Mr.
In attendance upon the sessions
ot Circuit Court I to attend the County Fair They and Mra. Chas! Gardner, of Battle Fruit and Produce, Poultry and I West Palm Beach Florida F
I expert to remain in the (Magic Cllty Creek, uVHch., and :Mr. and Mrs. Blair,
Mr. G. W. Sanderson, who Is at present until Friday. of Princeton, Ind. Eggs: Our SpecialtiesThe I \
his trade In Miami,
engaged at Fn
The John B. Stetson University and FJSH( STORY
came up 'Saturday evening and spent I -----.- -
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Sunday with his family the town of DeLand lost a half million THE BREATH OF LIFE. Finest Oranges and Tang :

l dollars by the recent University I It's a significant fact that the strong gerines.

:Mrs. W. R. Moses and Miss Kathryn trouble. Mr. Stetson's will providedfor est animal of its size, the gorilla, also

Camping left Monday: evening for this large amount as an additional I has the largest lungs. Powerful lungs ..... a

:Miami where they are In charge of endowment before this trouble cane: means powerful creatures. How to

the West Palm Beach exhibits at the up. I keep the breathing organs right should I A large shipment of Choice :

I' h Dade County Fair this week. be man's chlefest Nonesuch Apples InR
WANTED.-Young man preferred, I study. Like thou- I

Mrs G. J. Hopkins and Mrs. Cecil with, some money and good accountcf sands of others, Mrs Ora: A. Stephens, I .' -,,-- -_._,._._._- --- -.

"' Towles who have been visiting Mrs himself, to take halt interest" In of Port Williams, 0., has learned how It

R. E Curry, Clematis avenue, have fruit and poultry developing scheme 25 to do this. She writes: "Three bottles Several Cases of Extra Nice The Americus Fertilizers

? returned to Fort Pierce Mrs. Towles :miles soul hot West Palm Beach.: : Developments of Dr. King's New Discover Fresh Eggs.

will\ leave In a few days for her home well under way. J. K. stopped my cough of two years and ,
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will\ leave in a few days for her home Dell\, Box :235! West Palm Beach. cured me of what my friends thought .- .
I
is ''la Clarkesburg, West Virginia. consumption. 0, It's grand for throat Vtgetable, Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree

The announcement has been made Cuninnngs.Hartford tires No 77 9-13-tf, >$<3.0o each, a and lung troubles." Guaranteed by I Nice Large Fat ]Hens and Plump and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been l

I I all druggists. Price 50c and
I 1,00. Chickens
that Rev E. V. Blackman has retired r successfully used on Florida soils for many
One of the most pleasant social functions -, Trial bottle free.
from the management of .the East of recent weeks was the recep- I, yearn. For any information call on or ad-
Coast Homeseeker, and Is succeededby dress
tion to Bishop Gray at Holy .Trinity Leave orders at Potter's Flat Iron Lake I
Mr. W. L. Bragg, of St. Augustine.The Worth Produce Comp'y
rectory Saturday evening, many per- Building; for Battle's gasoline and
Honieseeker will hereafter be sons of all denominations having at- kerosene delivery. JaOtfHHV : CLEMATIS AVENUE : B. M. POTTER
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published at St. Augustine, Instead of I
tended and paid their respects to the I
Miami. 'distinguished minister. The Bishopotftclated your' bikes repaired at Cummings/ FLAT IRON BUILDING West Palm Beach, Fla

S. O. Fitts, deputy county clerk, who at Bethesda Sunday morningand Clematis ave., opposite bank All work '-- II -
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has! been absent the past two monthsor at Holy Trinity Sunday evening, guaranteed. g-r3-tf AUGUST -. ---'-- .- ---.---.... ---1'
more at a sanitarium In Chicago, Is having confirmed a class of each ser : STOCKER -- .

expected home next week. Mr. Flits For Sale
vice.
I High-Class Experienced p
Is much Improved in health, which
Small( eihteeo-foot launtbwith
An alarm of ftre at.9:30: last night | motor h
will be gratifying news to his many hood. First-etas in
t' friends Miami caused quite a ripple of excitement every respect. Price Custom Shoemaker f lest Palm
.. throughout the county.- figo cash B. M. Potter Flat Iron Beach
p until It was learned that the cause of
Metropolis\ Saturday Building > ,
tbe alarm was nothing more than the t
t Mr. J. B Scott of Goshen, N. Y.,
burning of a pile of trash in the colored CURED CONSUMPTION, Moots i and ShoesMadc to Order .
who has for the past several months
1 settlement on the East Side, and Mrs-, B. W. Evans, Clearwater! Kan., Town Lots.Choice
M very acceptably filled a position with .
H The Tropical Sun Publishing Company the1,blaze was soon extinguished. Less writes, "My husband lay sick for three Repaiiing Neatly Done 1
than two minutes after the bell rangChief months. The doctors said he had 6
returned Monday to his home Wear Rubber Heels for Comfort.
Cheatman bad detachmentwith quick consumption. We
a procured
In the North. During his stay in"West a Rubber\ heels make alines nnlHolumi and relieve
equipment started on Its long bottle of 'Bl lard's Horehound Syrup, th. pretHur on feet find ankjoa. l.ff )10 eiiaiur Residence Lots
rat Palm Beach''he acquired many when rubber h".18 lire nand, a cnnaliloritlon or
run to the East Side, but the boys were and it cured him. That was eU years Impurtiinca In rnliha buildings hotuln, the hu. t
friends who the that he .
express hope pink the library, the
wliool-room
| where
soon turned back.Mi. ago aDd since then we have always iKoblef'tloiiHblo.: Rubber. heulH UimlnUh nOIl.e I
'will decide to return another season. nnrcwptiljly -
I kept a bottle In the house. We thojarimmlunt to wnlklnii or runnlnc
can from$200
J. A. Isgrlgg. of Indianapolis; ova, bunt nardioea. and makca a oonaeqiianiHnrinir : up
J. P. Nix, of Danla, is one of the not do without it. For coughs and In nerve force. ,
truckers in Ind., a well known winter visitor and Clom",..avenue opx3nile'
Dade who | llrunnlnz
many county Brother
colds it baa 1
no equal. 25c
50c and one third
Dry iowla Huuau cash balance semi-annual
in West Palm
property owner Beach by
'has a great deal of faith In the tomato $1.00 at A. O. Riegel's Drug Store.
r and Is not only cultivating himselfT ) who with Mrs. Isgrigg Is stopping at --- installments, on reasonable time, accord-

t >ut has just closed a deal wherein he the home of Mr. T. M. Burns, Clematis THE BEST COUGH SYRUP.S. FOR SALE. ing to price of lot.

' tf purchased the eight acre field of J. avenue, baa been quite 111 for several L. Apple, ex Probate Judge, Ot Ten acres of land laid out in .town t tI

P. DiUon, of Danla for the sum of days, Buffering with congestion of the tawa.Co., Kansas, writes, ''This la to lots,between five and six acres of bear- For plats and Information apply to I

12.800. This field is regarded aa one lungs. He has been quite feeble for I,say that I have used !IBallard'a Horehound ing pineapples. Pineapple crop alone WALLACE I

rr 1 of the most flourishing In.the country some' time, and much uneasiness was Syrup for years, and that I do will 'net $1,0001: Property located In B. MOSES, r:

+u ;ir and unless some unforseen blight oc- felt over hla condition,the first of the I not hesitate to recommend it as the what Is known as "Pleasant City," a L A sent' Florida East Coast Railway Land 'Department.

qure Mr. NU expects to realize hand' week, .but he we much Improved):best cough syrup I have ever used. colored suburb one mile north of West West Palm 1

f soraelr from his /Investment.-Miami.Metropolis. yesterday, and his friend now hope for 25c, IIHJ( and $1.00 at A. O. Rlegel's Palm Beach. Address D. C. Caldwell, Beach, Florida. '

: r hU. speedy recovery. j Drug Store. West Palm Beach, Fla. -'( .l

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