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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 21, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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SCHOOL BOND I If ONLY THREE FIRE ALARM MURDER CASE IS 1t1iJi f



MILES APART I LAST NIGHT i f 1h $1
ELECTION CALLED iJ BEING HEARD 7 '

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; --.-. Dredges of East Coast Canal Co. Was Given t to Test the Bell,

r reY West Palm" :Beach\ and Vicinity Will Vote on Prop- Vapidly Completing Inland Which, Does, Not, Make Suf Edward 1 Brown "a' 'Young Negro on Trial' For the If.l

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Water \Way. ficicnt Noise.
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osition to Bond in Sum of $20,000 For Murder of Mrs. Dora Suggs Near :Cocoanut N'' ,j

New.. School Buildings. Only three miles now separate the I Last night at 8 o'clock, according to Grove Several Weeks Ago.

\ East Coast'Canal dredges, and this I the announcement in Saturday's Tropical ,
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'last chunk of earth dividing them la Sun, the fire alarm in the towerat

The Board of Public.Instruction, all modlous school building within the'dally decreasing In length, Bays the St.1 j the corner of Datura and Folnsetta Under Indictment by'the grand jury, where the murder occurred shortly before 4..

members present, met in 'monthly session limits of said district, said bonds to Augustine Record.. It looks now, as, It Streets, was given a test. Edward Drown, a young negro man the time it is supposed to have .,

- In :MIami yesterday and amongthe draw Interest at the rate of 5 per cent the canal company will complete the I Four men manipulated the ropes, was arraigned for trial in the circuit been committed. ,

other business transacted was the payable semi-annually, to-wl't: May cut within another year, perhaps be- and i It required but a moment to court at Miami (Monday, the charge Court then adjourned until Tuesday

adoption of a 'resolution calling for a 1st and November 1st, ot each .successive fore the expiration of the present year, gather a crowd. The sound of the against him being the murder of. Mrs. morning. The Jury x spent Monday

special election to .be held in SpecialTax year; principal payable at the Twelve months ago seven miles of j!bell has been greatly Improved since Dora Suggs, near Cocoanut Grove. night in the circuit court room. ;

School District No. 1, West Palm rate of $2,000 per annum, payable on solid earth divided the dredges, *andover I.the last test, being much louder. I When the case Was called, Attorneys Yesterday morning Judge Jones, the +/ /

Beach, for the purpose of voting bonds May 1st, of each successive year. Interest half the distance has been *traversed t However, It is not believed by the Geo. A. Worley and A. A. Bogga were attorneys, jurymen and others Interested I +I'p ,
I members of the department, that the
to the amount of (20,000, the proceedsto and principal payable at the by the boats within one year. arrangement is just right yet, and sworn In as assistants to Stated At- visited the' scene of the Sugga

be used'In erecting and equippinga office of the County Treasurer at Ml' At the rate of progress made within another effort will be made to Improvethe torney Jones, and Attorney R. B murder near Cocoanut Grove. This \

more commodious school building ami, the county seat of Dade County, the past year, next winter should see I sound. It is believed that when Gautier, was appointed to defend the trip was made in order that the jury- :

wltlbn the limits of this district. Florida. Be It the completion of the canal to this the striker Is lengthened the effect I accused, he having no money to men might have a correct idea of the .

This matter had been before the Further Itesolved, That the Superin- point.It will be better. engage counsel. \ locality, distances, etc. d +

board once before, but action deferred. tendent of Public Instruction of Dade Is the Intention of the canal com- BARGAIN SALE The following twelve jurymen qualified The jury first went to Montgomery's f
I and were sworn to try the case: farm from which (Mrs. Suggs was last
Florida be and he Is hereby to continue the work: without ,
pany
Yesterday morning It was revived by County Of Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons,,
W. B. Dorton, D. Ci'Callwell; JoelA. seen with no one following her. From 'I I :
and L. Bran- directed to give public notice of the I cessation until the canal stretches the Alligator Hand Bags, Purses and t
Guy I. Metcalf George Dean, F. W. Chapman, O. W. Hall there they visited P. Folsom's house .
ping, members of the trustees.of said. time, place and purpose of said special full proposed length. As soon as the Pocket Books Burnt Leather Souvenir Itleton Tadder, John Mullikin, Marion where Brown had been on the day of t

' special tax school district who appeared election as provided by law.An : dredges meet here they will start to Goods at prices LOWER THAN THE Long, P. W. Merrltt C. Schroeder, the murder and from there wont to 1 'f 4

before the board and submitted a election call was then prepared, work on the Jacksonville stretch. The LOWEST.E.. A. WALKER J."M. Ennis and J. T. Bowers. Green & Carter's camp, where he wan "
The trial was opened by Attorney last seen that day. Leaving there, the
date for holdingthe plan will be followed there as
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petition bearing the signatures of making April Jefferson Block, West Palm Beach.A .
on the present cut. One dredge will A. A. Boggs, who -ead the indictment.The spot where the murder was committed
and namingthe
election
said bonding ,
seventy-two taxpayers and free holders work at each side of the divide, and """". jury, after receiving a charge was visited and from there the jury
of the district attesting thefr desire following persons as Inspectorsand operations will be pushed with all pos Bargain. from the court retired and a recesstees went to McCrlmmon's mill at Larkins,
for election to determine clerks of the said election! ; R. W. sible A new 5-11. p. two-ccley engine for taken until 2 p. m. where Brown was captured. .
anjj! speed.
f 125, Rt Potter's, Flatiron Building, West ;
school improvements.The Porter, D. A. Allen, Franklin Sheen Palm Beach The court reconvened at 2 o'clock, The entire forenoon was taken up }
and the examination of witnesses was .in this way, but the actual trial of '
petition recited that the sign and Frank Idner. Huyler'sCandiea, D-oadwell, Moore f
ers were In full accord with the trustees + __ _______ __ Hot Summer commenced. Several witnesses were I the case was resumed at 3 o'clock yes- > rfferdaY
examined, but the case had not reached ; afternoon s
of the district in their efforts to FOR SALE. Great rush for those Dollar .Sterling -
'''Its crucial stage. I _, At the; afternoon session the ex-
Issue bonds for school Improvements; and Tank, Silver spoon at Idner's.Pnotog.aphs Is PredictedGarrett
Wlndwlll. Tower, Pump By the witnesses who were placed i ami nation of witnesses was continued,
that they have full confidence ln;; the in fairly good condition, will be sold ata upon the stand the location of the ,I M!,. Perry, brother of Mrs. Suggs, be- r
judgment of the trustees and their great sacrifice. Tower 60 feet high ; ofExtension P. Servlss, the New *5Torlc crime was proven; the finding pf the ing among those who testified. As in b li

ability as such to properly represent and capacity of tank 10,000 gallons. astronomer, says the coming summer body and Its condition when 'found I all cases where the evidence la mainly ,

and safeguard their Interests as tax- Apply J. B. Donnelly, Clarke Estate, Work will be. extremely warm, and many were told of, and It was also placed I circumstantial, the progress is slow t ,
payers and the co-operation of the Palm Beach 1m -- violent cyclones will sweep the land.It in evidence that Edward Brown, the I and tedious. The trial was resumed f

Board of Public Instruction Is requested As noted In these columns last week is all due to the act that the sun accused, was known to have left a I this morning and it le 1. expected that

in the furtherance of plans building for I' Rotary Engine Perfected A..T. Weaver returned recently from is radiating more heat than for several certain point not far away and to evidence' 'an important nature Fill\ ''''? !i
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school
providing for a new The Palatka News, of last week the Florida Keys, where he and,P. I. years. The warm winter was have gone In the direction of the spot be submtted. rt1
In the special tax dlstrlct and in providing -- about by the same condition. _
E. brought t
I have been representing Harry
the following reference to I Moss I __ r ''r r
contained
for the erection: and liquidation Hill of th Florida "pbotographlo Concern i Mr. Serviss says: "The sun la In a
-.- of the indebtedness necessary Incidentto the father of Dr. E. T. Moore, of this and who has been appointed of- state of extraordinary activity, whichis Augustine In addition to the, entertainments 9 '

the construction of the building city: fclal photographer of the great KI'Y"est visibly manifested by the prevalence mentioned 'many other matters of vital -

lt4rA and the maintenance of the school. "Rev. T. W. Moore, of Leesburg, \ vUnslon won : now In progress.At of huge spots on its disc. Will Celebrate I interest to this city are receiving

Following the reading of the petition has Invented a new style of rotary Mr. Hill's office this weak, a "So far as can now be told, the mild consideration and will be divulged vrr

rsEl the following resolution providingfor engine that is a marvel. For the past Tribune representative was shown a ness of the winter baa been due to a Plans are now formulating for the shortly. An organization to carry into ,
the holding of an election for the I in the amount of Intensity of I,
few days he has been In Palatka and m.vjf: Interesting collection cf primes( change of the Ponce de Leon I execution the plans under advisementIs
reproduction
issuance of bonds In the sum of $20,000for with the aid of a'flrst-class machinist, I from this field of activity, whoro tho-i- the sun's radiation. A few years ago forming and will 'soon be at work '?i1.. r
public school building and improvements has completed his engine. Of this sands of workmen are emp'lyedIC] n there was a falling off of that radiation landing next winter says the St. AUgu,1, on the preliminary arrangements '

at West Palm Beach, was In- engine, N. J. Tllghraan, an expert, the conjunction( of the r.ew, rtllway.Newly : I ; resulting in one or two extra- stine Record. It is the I Those who are taking the initiative In P j
troduced and adopted: j J "I connected It to one of our 200 views have altMaiy. Iwen' ordinary cool summera. Now, an Increase those promoting' this spectacular celebration I promoting the welfare of the city are ( $f+ +
Whereas, It is the desire of the legal says steam: pipes where we carry 80 to 100 | taken and Mr. Moss la still In the field' in solar action has brought to make it aa annual event. all indefatigable workers and are giving ,R h t

voters of Special Tax School District pounds of steam; the engine startsat | inaMug' dally additions to tlie c"l.T.-! about the! prevalence of a higher$ tem As this IS< a colosal task many time and labor freely\ to a task sJ. ,p
No. 1, of Dade County State of Florida fraction of the revolution with- tlon, which will probably include sev- perature'on earth. that will benefit the entire community. !T ;
to Issue bonds to obtain funds with any ) be that months will be required on the arrangements v 1,
predicted
out help. It having no dead centres. je>;al' hundred more views before tUocompUtlon "It/may samely They will also, contribute their share t
which to erect; .a more commodious speed Indicator It run 780 revolutions I of the work covering not moreviolent tornadoes will be experienced andit is none too earlyto towards defraying expenses and they +

public school building within said By the per minute without shaking I only the work of conartructliit: but reflecting in the southwest and middle begin on them now. Those who !should receive the strongest support) KA t',,

, Fla district, as is evidenced by a petition the 'small piece of plank on which It the scenic beauty and artistic west and it is not Impossible that we were here upon the last occasion of of every citizen.

from said legal voters ot said districtand was set. It Is supposed to possess 25 I side of the subject to a remarkable shall. hear ot more hurricanes affect- the Ponce de Leon celebration will I No doubt every business man will
a resolution by a mass meeting of and Is not so heavy but degree. ing exposed' Island groups. I admit the value of such atractlons
-::::;::: horsepower, remember that It was a most elabor-
said school
voters'-together. the ordinary men can lift it Intowagon j Aside from the genuine novelty of a which will form one of the city's greatest
,. Patrons of said district, held March what two with ease; It has the fewest trip by rail over the vast expanse of !i v<*your bikes repaired at Cumtninpa ate affair and proved one of the finest assets. Their assIstance will be
12, A. D. 1900, addressed to the Boardof a of any known engine ,aud la"so ocaen waves between the' Islands, the Clematis. a.*., opposite bank All work entertainments seen in the South.It required later and they will be called

Public Instruction for Dada County' constructed parts that steam can not escape vine-clad forests and Jungles, the Ruarao teed. g-IJ.lf' attracted people.here from all parts upon to help, but the tax will be a
I' Florida, and, as further.represented bY it has done Ita work of revolvingthe palm-fringed stretches of sea beach of the country and taxed the accommodations -' light one despite) the fact that the,
the trustees of said Special Tax School until, and the extensive and dense cocoanut Registration Deputies. of this city to their utmost pageant will be on a magnificent scale.
District M. 1, and machine I erovea. through which the trains'shall I have this day made the following capacity. It la well worthy of annual Further details will be published In:

Whereas, This Board of Publlo In- potter, at the Flat Iron BuildluK.car pass will afford the Florida East appointments? of registration officers repetition and will never lose In in- a few days and It the various plansare
struction deems It expedient to carry full line of /fishing tackle end am. Coast traveler of the future a typical In, the different election districts of terest. Practically the entire popula- perfected an.outline ot several Important -
Into effect ad! desire, therefore be It rles a view of the tropics.and unfold to his Dade' County: tion joined in making the past projects will be announced before -
Resolved, By'the Board of Public munition. I'gaze a constantly changing panorama Precinct No. 1.-George Parks. t celebrations such great successes and the end of the week. / '

Instruction of Dade County,, Florida, For Sale that for variety, of Interesting attractions Precinct No. 2.-P. Kitchen. fully as large proportion of the people
I
ts;s that the following proposition la hereby motor launcb.with is probably unequalled any- Precinct No. 3.-Frank Sheen. .will work together In the future. Mr. Oeo.'L. Brannlng cashierof the,

agreed to and, shall be submittedto Small eighteen-foot tn every respect Price where.-Fort Pierce Tribune. Precinct No. 4.-Jesse Daugharty. This historical event baa a peculiar Dade County State Bank, spent yes
the restored voters of the" Special hood. Flr t-clas: M. :Potter Flat Iron "Precinct No. 8.-T. J. Haygood. *. fascination for all and the people of terday in (Miami having gone down to. ;'
B.
Tax School District No. 1, Dad County $350 cash. Motorcycle Precinct No. 8. -J. W. Umstead. this city frequently lament the fact attend the regular monthly meeting oC

., Florida, having the" qualifications Building. Precinct No. ?.-M. W. Marshall. that this was not made a staple at- the School Board. Mr. Branning Is a.
.ald! joolfled! 'in chapter 4678, Laws of < ?........._.. workt and trt can 'at Cummings,, Agent, at Precinct No. '8.-J. W: Ives. traction. The attraciona In other partsof member of the board' of trustees of "
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Florida at a special election to beheld Gas engine repairing and *'" West Palm :Beach Precinct No. 0.-W. E. Pendleton.. (the South or for that matter In any this) sub-district and had business with
in said district on the 23 day of Hnff tettler .| 1 Precinct.No. 10./)-Joe ChalUe. part of. the country will be unable to the board In connection,with the proposed

App> A. n. 1906 for approval or, re- IBasketball Friday.The .Precinct No, 11.-Alt Peacock. entice the tourist from St Augustine 'new, school building -for Went "'I' "y
to-wlt:' |SOO REWARDWill return ,of the members of the Girls' Athletic Precinct No. 12.-B. G. Tweedel. during Ponce de Leon week In-con- Palm 'Beach u

That the Special fax; School DJat- be paid for the February 23. 'Club will play a match game of basketball Precinct No, 13,-George Moody faction with the main feature will be!
rice No. 1, <>r\Dade County"Florida, Jewelry lost the nlghtof No questionsaiU ''next: Friday afternoon,'at halt .Precinct No.l4.-: .. L. Hargrave, a week of sports and amusements oi Leave orders The Tropic ',)I<

/ot shall i 1asue its bond. to tha/''amount "Saltair" cotwte.W .1" Fields Box '''past three,, on the, lawn of Mr, Geo.. Precinct No.,15.-B. P Llpplncott. high class that will render the Anclenl Sun monogram office'for all stationery kind. otengravr'tand and visiting
Dr.
., $20,000.00.proceeda'to'be, used in .Answer :Fla. 4S W. Lalnhart north' of the city. J. C. Burteahmw,. City the 'Mecca for Ipleasura seekers! ," '- '
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TWO TUK TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM 0EACU, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 21, 19(16

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"Precinct No. to.-Inspectors: '1.:. I.-N..4............ FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. i -- "J
THE TROPICAL SUN. \ voters of Dada;
Townloy H Dale !Miller and S 'L.JJatterson. i POLITICAL i To the Democratic 1
Plunder paper of Did Florida County: i
County
Clerk:. R. B. McLendon Cent REDUCTION
==-= ""'-- =<<--==-0.-; ='" ANNOUNCEMENTS I 1 hereby announce myself as a candIdate 20 per :
Published Bvvry Wednesday and Saturday Polling place, Fair building. for the office ot County Com-
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"T waaT PJILM taOS D"OB OOllHTV .LDnlpa9UB91'RIPTtt1Y' / "Precinct; No. 11.-Inspectors.: B. S. ........................ missioner from the second district of .

----.. pittqe, 4a: .oo PElt.V.EAK- -. Potter. Andrew Hardee and JacksonPeacock' FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I I Dade County; subject to the will of Annual Stock-t king. Sale ,

,. .- : Clerk: J. W. G Uaway.Polling' hereby announce myself as a candidate the Democratic votars as expressed at ,
a for re-nomination to the office, the coming primaries.I1 ; .
Tropical Sun Comp'y, place, Shone's old store. of Tax Collector of Dade County, subject -' C. ,
I PuuHsblng "Precinct No. 12.-Inspectors, Henry to the action of the Democratic I West Palm Beach:?PAUL, Fla. JONES' For the next 30 days"we will give 20 ,

Gosaman, Wm. Anderson and J Cas- primaries T N. GAtTTIER. per Cent Off on our entire stock of Hard- ;
"' Clerk D. d. Brown Pollln
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Miami, :Fla. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Sash and Doors Paints '
1 Stoves
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Bar.
ware ,
Entered *t Po" .. "" Bencl. I place, school house of Dade .
To/'the/ Democratic Voters
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sesrcondtlsramatteP. "Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: W. A. ,FOR TAX .COLLECTOR Couifty: ness, Agricultural Implements, Crockery,

--- -- ---.---- ', Sdott, R. Blackwelder and J. F. Saxon to the Democratic Voters of Dade .1 "hereby announce myself as a can- Kitchen Furniture, etc. The chance of 1
Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place,
OFFICIAL CALL store. County: didate foj.. the office of County Com- life---don't miss it. .
Saxon's your
I hereby announce my candidacy for I missioner from the second district, _
{ Primaries 1 In I "Precinct No. 16.-Inspectors: W/'A. the position of tax collector of Dade subject to the action of the Democratic '
For Democratic Alsabrook and A. C. i Cent Off All Cash
'Marshall, S. M. 20 on PurchasesRailroad
to action of the per
( County subject the primary, and,promise, if elected, perform ;
4i Dade County. Frost. 'Clerk: R. C. Stanley Polling '
Democratic primaries to be held May the duties of'the office to the
i place, school house. i official fare rfifuuded to out-of-town customers buYlnj; goods. I
I 15th. My past record Is well Obest of my ability. GEO. B. BAKER. ,
A meeting of the Dade County The voting shall be by ballot on known' to the voters and I believe West palm Beach, Fla, to amount of 20.00 or upwards.HatchettDaCamara. -

Democratic Executive Committee was tickets furnished by ibe State and should I be elected they will not be ,

held at Miami, Fla., on the 14th day 'County) Executive Committees, and at disappointed in the quality of the service Senator F. M Hudson, one of the

of March 1906, pursuant to adjournment the dost ofsnch;,; \ election, the Inspectors ,performed by me. T. J. HARDEE. most' prominent lawyers in the county Hardware Co
anjUCleric. shall proceed to can- with Mr.
I ---- has formed a partnership
The following call for a' primary vass the vote In accordance with the, I A. A. Boggs under the firm name and
FOR CLERK OF TIlE'CIRCUITCOURT. Wholesale Retailers of Hardware
law and shall at orward
election was adopted, to-wIt: f I State once ,, style of Hudson & Boggs. Mr. Boggs
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Notice la hereby given that there the returns to the Chairman of the I'was admitted to the bar of the State, West Palm Beach, Florida
I I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
will. be a Democratic Primary Election County Executive Committee. but a few days ago, by Judge MinorS
for Clerk of the Circuit Court, .
to be paid the
The assessment by
held In the several election districtsof Jonea, after standing a most creditable -- .
I subject to the action of they Democratic --- --'-- -- -- I
be follows :
various candldatestBhall as" :
Dade County, Fla., on :May\ 15th, examination. He is regarded as -

1906, and If necessary, on June 12th, Representative . . . ...$ 25.00 primary. a young man of exceptional ability and =-
1 d 1906 for the nomination of all Demo- Clerk of Circuit Court .. ... 150.00 HUTSON B. SAUNDERS, JR. ,the prediction Is made that he will O-O-O-O-CXH
Palm Beach Fla.
cratic candidates State and County, 'to I Tax Assessor . . . .r. 76.,00 West I make his mark and rank among the

be voted for by the Democratic electors Tax'Conector . . . ... 76.00 [ foremost of the legal lights of the JIUItKlIARDT'S West Palm Beach Feb. 17 ttlOQ

at the general election to be held 1: County Treasurer .. . ... 75.00 F9R CLERK CIRCUIT COURT.To I State. The offices of the firm will be

November 6th, 1006, and to be appoint- County Commissioner . .. 10.00 the Democratic voters of Dade in the .iTownley building, this city.- BURKHARDT'S PRIVATE BLEND ;
by the Democratic Governor of'the Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00 County: Miami (Metropolis..

State, between the date of holding |Justice of the Peace .. .. ... 5.00 I .take this method of announcing

such primary .election, and the hold- Constable( .. ... . . .. 1.00 myself as a. candidate for the ofUca of Of Coffee is, Designed for the Specific .
'
Low Rates to Atlanta.On .
ing of the primary election, A. D. 1908. 1!County Fish. and Game Warden 5.00 County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto Purpose of Equalling for '25 Cents a

The following officers are to be I Supervisor of Registration .. 6.00 the action ot the Democratic prim- account of Wheeler Memorial Coffee Sold Else-

nominated at said primary election, All candidates are required to file a ary, F. W. HAHN. I I Day, March 27th?, and Second Annual Pound Any 35-Cent .

to-Vlt-: I written application to have his name Reunion of the Blue and Gray, March where.
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One Representative In Congress, upon the official ballot on the I
appear 28th and 29th, the Atlantic Coast Line
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To
1 Eight years ago we'first put It on the market and sold it at 35 cents, "
Second Congressional District. blanks furnished by the committee, will sell tickets from all points on its '
the voters of Dade County: I The enormous and steady sale ever since proves ouj\; assertion and also
Two Railroad Commissioners. I accompanied with the fees above sot line to Atlanta Ga., and return at rate
Having been Identified with,DadeCounty I enables us to buy on close margin; so that we now can sell it at as cent, '
One 'Member of the House of Repre forth with Geo. P. Bull, of OJus, Flori- sInce 1895; having done tne of one fare plus 25 cents for the round a pound '
sentatives. I Ida, Secretary and Treasurer of the dates of sale (March 25th and
trip ,
I very best J knew how as an Individual! ; Our store is the only place you can get it,-as It la our own PRIVATE
One Clerk of Circuit Court for un- County Democratic Committee, on or 26th, with final limit 15 days, in ad-
citizen to make It a prosperous BLEND, and no one else can successfully match it for the price.
expIred term. I before the 20th day of April, A. D. 11106.I ) county; having lived at both ends of dition to date of sale. .. ,
One Assessor of TaxeiOne :. | The Democratic County Executive
County the county and having filled a public I For further Information see nearest
1 Tax Collector. Committee shall meet on Monday, May
ticket agent or communicate with
that L. W. BURKHARDT.
office (so the people may know PINEST'' GROCERIES
One County Treasurer. : 121st, 1906, at the County Court House whether I do so conscientiously) 1 FRANK C. BOYLSfON' ,

Five County Commissioners. Iln| Miami, FJorlda) and publicly can- now offer myself as a candidate for District Passenger Agent, N.O.Get our new prices on Hay drain and Feed.

Three Members of County Board t>f vass the returns and declare what the; office of County Treasurer, subject Jacksonville Fla.c.Ot".e.G. nrlt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.pharmacy .
Public Instruction.One candidates are nominated by a majority -
Supervisor of Registration.One I vote for each county! office, and In ,td the Democratic primary. I need 0-0-0o-0-o-0-o-0-:0-0: <>10<>000<>0-0<>-<><:>
every vote .that I can get and trust
Member Member of the Dade :what cases a second primary will
that my friends, whether in the cityor

County for Democratic Precincts Nos.Executive 14 and CommIttee 7-, have Attest jto;: be held. W. A. FILER, country, will not forget me on the ;" ';''i'fr'f"'i"'r'' ';';; " ';;' T'"?I1ntitrnrnfiinnmtrniiiIii" "?; ; ,,, '; ; )!'
day of the primary, In return for
respectively.One GEO. P. BULL, Chairman. which I promise It-elected, to per-
Justice of the Peace and One Secretary. F i.e el 1
Office J17e
form the duties of the > with as
!
Constable In such. districts as have
vacancies. much courtesy, accuracy and promptness -
.l DECIDED TAND ON RATE MAK- as I glve to my private business.
1 One Fish and Game Warden. 'I I ING. GEO. G. CURRIE. == Solicits YOUR Trade.
The rules governing said primary
West Palm Beach I
I The resolution adopted by the Na- Fla.
election shall be the same as those -

adopted by the Democratic Executive tional Board of Trade, In its annual g
We give you Pure Prugs at 'Moderate
Committee at their held FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To .
meeting in I i convention in Washington recently, -
Jacksonville on February 24th, 1906, :' show that the business Interests of the the Citizens of Dade County: == Prices, put up by a Registered
for governing State Primaries, so far I hereby announce my candidacyfor .+T .
as the same shall be applicable to the I United States, are less anxious for the position of Representativefrom r Pharmacist.

County Primary. Those and only ''government rate regulation than they Dade County. To you I submit IT IS A LONG STORYthat == ;:: .

those persons shall be permitted to have. been mail to appear. The Na- the question of, my qualifications to "
become candidates before, or vote at, tional Board! pf Trade Is made up of represent you .In that capacity. If refers to an account. |= Try our "Candy, Soda, and Ice Cream 3j

or participate In the management of local boards of trade, and other: bust- nominated at the ensuing primary, "The depositor la an esteemed patron -
of years' standing First business was
associations all the shall devote my best efforts to your ;
said primary election, who declare ness over country,
small but the with the j A, Q. R EOEL
account ,
: service the grew ::6 '
their adherence to the principles and and It Is a pretty good representations and welfare and up-build- g
that attended the bank. \
prosperity
k i organ ,atlon of the Democratic Party, in favor of.giving the Interstate Com- ing of Dade county shall receive my Graduate New York College of Pharmacy =!

National, State and County, who.are merce Commission power to fix rates.It earnest consideration. Banking for Profit 7JJIIJIIIIUUUlI1U1111U1J111111111l1
/Ulllill1UJLIUlUIhIJIIJIIIUI! !
by the laws of the State, lawful did pass resolutions In favors of Respectfully, ,
electors of the election 'dIstricts .In leaving the rate question, to the courts. J. W WATSON. requires patience/ for )both depositors & .

which they offer to vote, who have | The way Southern business men look I ,and bank t GEORGE' BAKER'S' ''TRANSFER
d paid their poll taxes .legally due not ''at the railroad situation Is shown byi FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Stand In with oar conservative meth
less than ten days before said primary the stand they; took In the convention. COURT: ods and your profits will be a cause [orcongratulations. WEST PALM BEACH

election, and who shall, when challenged I The Southern delegates led the fight Believing that my service for the Open an account in Bus'
by an elector, pledge In writing against the., proposition to JIve a poli- past five years aa, ,Chief Deputy in the our saving!! department. Trips toLantana

upon oath before any Inspector, to tical commission power to say how office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, DADS COUNTY. STATIC BANK and ,

abide by and support the result of and where business shall be done In :qualifies me for the position I' herewith West Palm Beach Florida.. Baggage Defray,

such primary and support the nominees the United States., The feeling that I respectfully announce my candidacy -
I Wagons Boynton
thereof. I such a deal would not be fair to the1 for Clerk of the Circuit Court, -------
The polls shall be opened and closed 'South has been growing among her I subject to the approval of the Demo- Meet and

at the several election districts, business men for some time. People cratic Primary. S. O. FITTS, AH 9H BB| Other

'r at the hours flxed
law. The following named ment commission should be Influenced FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT r

persons are hereby appointed Inspectors | by sectional or party Interests the COURT.To : SPECIAL ATTENTION,! TO COMMERCIAL MEN
'lt and Clerks for,the several election South would have nothing to hope for the Democratic voters of Dade FREE.
'OOMi
districts: I from It, and If it should fix rates .ac' County: i SAME "

'Ll I "Precinct No. Inspectors: N. K. Cording to a hard and fast rule, it I hereby present name to the
Parks, H. E. Stypmann and B. O, Ball. I would completely upset business condition voters In the coming my Democratic I :...................................................:

Clerk Carl SchroedefT"Polling place, I In the South and strike the Primary as candIdate for Clerk of 'the

Ball's store.Precinct | hardest kind of a blow at her prps- Court ,for Dade County.'' i J.E.. HHRDWieK L
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No. 2.-Inspectors: Frank perity. Having resided here for twenty-five ;

1 Bowers, P. Kitchen and E. 0. Miller !' The Southern railroads have always years., I Invite InquIry 'and investigation c.-aLar : Groceries and Produce : '
Clerk James Hepburn. Polling place, made rates with a view tb building up of those who do not know ..r Family

school house."Precinct the territory along their lines and putting me personally as to my'reputation as IS A I : .A>..fc.. _At Living Prices.
No Inspectors: Frank its products Into the markets on a citizen, my record as an .official In CUpID, "
'', Sheen, Joel A. Dean and' Dan Cos-, ,term Trthat would let them compete years past, and' my fitness1/ and competency :., Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of

grove. Clerk: T. J. Campbell. Polling, .with the products of other sections, for the office to which: I aspire.If DAPPER DRIVER EXTRA FINE
place; old engine house. |Instead of trying to live up to anyscheme. elected, J. promise fait aad' court- : GRANITE KITCHENVARE

I "Precinct No. 4.-Inspectors: Jesse, ,of equal rates for equal distances -' eous treatment. .every citizen at the > And bindles the reins In Bnjnrf fasb- .. e

.fr, Dougherty, J L. Garnett and F. W. The growth of the South for hands of every person, connected with 'I ion. It's bin ilc-lijrtn( to board our | Clematis Avenue .. ? Just West of Railroad.

Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling: the last twenty-live years shows how the office' I delivery wapon along New; Yeer'x. ........................., .........................***
place. Porter's Packing{ House. this scheme of rate-making has worked Soliciting the support of every voter time 'o distribute our --=-I(

"Precinct No. Inspectors: T, M. The capital Invested in cotton mills wffo considers me competent and cap- Choicest on Earth Groceriesto 4 ORO.tOROROROROROROROROROROR,itdie0i.07a0i1o7a0it0i.OltOt1oi10x
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iMcRae, T. J. Haygood and I. B. Taylor /f1as Increased since 1880, from J21.000- able. I am, respectfully ,_ 0'

9 Clerk: H. B. Hodges polling:, 000 to $225,000,000. The value of farm EUGENE ,IL DIMICK, '. tliofw* who buy them '0' ,

f,1 J place school house. ( products has grown from $060,000.000 West Palm Beach, Fla.. ,iLenv an order and WP will.' have i G. G. Strohm Company I
"Precinct No. Inspectors: J. I., i to $1,750.000,000; the value of cotton him rein; up at your door in at> hour

Hardy D. Cassell and J. W, Pierce. ;from 397,000 to 3.800,000 tons; coal FOR TREASURER! to .1..live'your purchase! I( 0a
P. B 'rlc"lIllre hmle, lower. .
Clerk: J. M.: Umstead. Polling .place, I from 6,000000 to 67,000,000, tons; lumjber To the voters'of.Dade County: a "
Rouse's store."Precinct I from $39,000,000 to $250,000,000 In I thereby announce myself as a can- FABER BROS FHMILY GROCERIES !
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No. 7.-Inspectors: W.: W. .value; Manufacturers from $457,000,000( I didate for renominatioa to the office I o( .
Marshall, Ed. T King and Henry to 1750000000. Southern business me, of County Treasurer, subject to the Market and Qrocervinan I

'Bryan Clerk(: R. A. Bryan. Polling know how much. of this growth is due action. of the Democratic Primary election ., WFST PALM PE')CH, FLORIDA i Fancy Food Products S i io r

place, Stranahan's store. 4to 1) the help given .by the railroads In ,.to be held May 15, 1906. --------.r ------ '- "
"Precinct No. Inspectors: J. B. fluking) markets.' They are afraid that C. H.. RAULERSON. J. K. Hardnick the well known Grain f "

Lb' Woftord, ;J.: W. Ives and J. 'A. Harp :( tares made by government commis- MiamL ;Fla. grocer west of the railroad tracks. la I,, r and.Provl lons. ,,|

Clerk: J, H. Oleeaon. Polling place, 'slon' according to a fixed rule would displaying a fin*'line-of granite kitchen I 0( .. H

+ school house."Precinct i i not be eo easily adjusted to help out A e ll.fQlJy.fint.beo1 new 2 h p, two- .Ire. Reid his. advertisement else. I B JEFFERSON BLOCK : :

No..> 'Inspectors: Paul particular prfrtg'of the country, and ,cycle engine, (brnttlehiftlngnpark, dry ivheto t

__ ',' Matthews, L. For.net'land J I. Peters. that Southern. products would Ipse haae water iac1 eted. Price fioo AtPotte West 'Palm Beach : f n f

Clerk: J.: A. Daughtry. pollingplace, their present advantages In reaching. ,'*, Flatiron Building. West ".'m 'OLfrS; 'Ummi:; ; A .". ,. lorida-- ,J ,'/,
e school house. outside markets. Ikacb.. ...
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THE TROPICAL :SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLOKlDA, WEDNESOA.Y. MARCH 21 1900/ PAtt 'THHEKA

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uiui The --- --- ----- ---- ---
Doom "
was unshed I' .
around so that she kept always over Lenten' Services. """ '
Circus \5. tie back of the horse, and by an effort I'
she recovered bar balance, aided The dally services during Lent at
some.
what by the slackening of the rope at Holy Trlalty occur at half past four $
CoheryCOLIN the end of the "mechanic o'clock In the afternoon of each, weekday I

Twice around the l'lug'and her ambition except Friday A five minute ad-

S. COLLINSnwpr4QhL to be a rider died within her dress, except on Wednesday, when'the !
B" .. :.. She scrambled from the horse's back
,
Lltahy Is
read.All
Ir\ulr\ Discount
to choke
back 1
the
/ 19O, II" J. W. Mutter tear of hu.mll.llltion. .- I who attend are requestedto. Big

Wells was all sympathy come ten minutes early.NOTICE. .
Jackson Peters regarded the girl by; you might be better as an acrobat"Perhaps" he ,
side almost with horror. suggested
kindlyyou'd
MS 4I
make
a good ,
what think, she
help you
"' cau't enough rider If .
you kept at It
cried defiantly. "I just can't stand this here, was worse than you when Dolly she In County Judge's Coujt, Probate,Jurls- .
longer." dlcton, Dade County, State Florida. .4n
curt of tiling any started In. Want to try it again" of ,
"you don't have to," he urged gently "I think I'd rather be an acrobat In the Matter of the Estate of Patience ''
'
the word, Sally, and I'll '
Von Just say she almost whispered, trying to choke'back p Ward, Deceased.

see jour pa tomorrow. the sobs. Acrobats were not left Notice Is hereby given that on the ION

"Cau't ;youUnderstand, Jack Peters'1 dangling over a horse, and they had a second day of July, A D. 1900. I shall\
she rfait with a stamp of the soft mat to fall
upon. present my accounts for final settlement !-
"That woman wouldn't let me The clown led the t
horse from
the
school course 'cause I'd'be and apply for my discharge as V .
take the high ring, and two men unrolled a felt
W nUu' to ,go to college next, she upou the sawdust. Even without pad the executrix of the Estate and of the Last '

miUl She just don't want to see uie blue tights sue recognized them as the Will and Testament of Patience' P. Silk Suits

do anything grand; Just get married acrobats, and she watched them curiously Ward, deceased, to the County Judge, .

and settle down slaving for some mall as they fastened.a rope about the at Miami, Dado, County, Florda. .
aft I've been slaving for bar ever belt.
VICTORIA
just ADELAIDE ROOT,
since pa married bel:'." "Now,when we say 'Now!' "cautioned Executrix of the Last Will and Testa- .
Dou't think," he suggested gcuHy one, "you throw
you yourself forward
Just ment of Patience P. deceased.
Ward, :
t
that. perhaps she means well? as though you were going to dive into H. PIERRE BRANNING .. H' Linen Coats
Kilo's seen a lot of the wOl'hJ.eboo]\ we tor." ,

she knows 'Wouldn't do no good. She braced herself for the command. Attorney for ExecutTlx.GIVES ,
preaching like all the It ----.-- aA
seemed
here 1 you go ages In coming: but at last
rest," abe stormed. "Some of those she hoard the cry and gave a Jump HEALTH, VIGOR AND TONE.Herblne .
days you'll\ wake up and find me goue. forward. She felt the rope around her is a boon for sufferers from

I fan be as good as her." waist", tighten; she'reullzed' that she was anearalo. By 'its use the blood Is Wool Skirts

"'1 don't see why you want W go off spluulug la the air, and then she land quickly.regenerated and the .colo, 'becomes -
and be foolish jest because you dOll'tlike ed on hands and knees on the pud. She normal. The '' ,
languor 1s'diminished. -
Mrs. Burrows he declared geutlyVSlie \hud only turued twice, but it seemedas
means well." It she hud been revolving, in space Health, vigor and tone pre
"I'm going to be like her," Insisted for an hour. dominate. New-Jlfe and happy activity i
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---
the girl, pointing to a lurid poster rep- For a moment she lay there sobbing, results. Mrs Belle H. Shrlel.Mldrtlesborough ,
resenting a young woman in gay apparel until the kindly faced woman took'her 111., writes, "'! 'have
standing upon the tip of her toe to the dressing tent been troubled with liver complaint

mi the back of a spirited horse "She "It's harder work than you thought, and poor blood, and have found noth- I $
of 'em once. I guess I can isn't it?" she asked
one kindly. "We all I
was ing to benefit me like Herblne. I hope
ride that way as well as on a saddle"'huh have to go through with that I thought BRJ-t'NNING
!
to be without It. have wished
never I -
Peters. "A girl as can BROS.M
mused they were going to kill me before I
cook all well as you ain't got no call learned to ride." I tbat I had,known of It In my hus '

to be trope lng round the country with Wells seemed disappointed, but not 1 band's life time.'"' BOc. A. G. RIegel's

a circus." surprised, when he learned that she Drug, Store. i

Sally Burrows got down from the had abandoned a circus career, but he LADIES' OUCFICCERS
.iJ
wall. "All the same," she cried den- was very nice about it, and she crept 1 .
antly, "I'm goin' with 'em," with a nod out of the tent humiliated and asham For SaleA

toward the circus posters. "I guess I ,! ed. $75 Bronlus spring motor sewing ma- WEST PALM BEACH FLA

can cook for 'em until I can ride." Three mouths later Jackson Peters chine. Original cost waa $75 ; will sell :.
She darted off down the road. Peters was saying goodby to Mrs. BU1'rowsbetol'
for |aj. B.M.Potter, Flat Iron Building. '
looked regretfully\ after her. He knew taking his bride to her new
from experience the futility of seekingto home.
overtake her. "Be a good husband to' her, Jack." Everything in the printing line at v vwwwwSYOLEYSIIONCT j ,
The Troplcsl Sun. and all work
Things had been well between him- said the lady, "and If you want to hold 'e'le-I:
cuted In the neatest and
suit and Sally Burrows until her father her love never let her Bud out that I very -
style of the artDeWitt's
had married a circus rider who had used to ride for WellM. and that we bad TAR

been thrown from her horse and left It fixed up for her. Cures Onldsi Prevent Pneumonia Broad we I H& Moore

behind by the show- until her fractured And Jackson, being wise, never told. vial Salvo I Finest fashionable- -souvenirs of all

leg grew well. kinds and prices, at Idner's.
For Pales Durnsi Soros.
Long before that time she had won 5THE BEST COUGH SYRUP. Druggists

the affections .of Hiram Burrows, and .
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.S, L. Apple, ex Probate Judge, OttawA -
she made him a good it iff. Sally, however 1I Jeffeison Block WEST PALM IIEACIIHuyler's

had retusedr to accept her new Co., Kansas, writes, "This Is to I West aZm: ]?eao& Winter .JlotsZtJ ---

mother, and there had hero quonelsever say that I 1aveIsod Ballard's Horehound Candies
since Ulr.uu had brought home bIll Pleasantlylocated on the-I lake front
bride. The &resented the Intrusionof Syrup for years, and that I do The I H 011 land rom lIllIIlinlt u flue view! of Lake, Biltmore Cream
another woman in her mother'splace not hesitate to recommend It as the
aud her own dethronement as best cough syrup I have ever used. ,Worth and the Royal Poinciana Tate Springs Mineral Water I

mlstreiM of the house. West Palm Beach -----
Now she chafed to leave the quiet 25c, GOo and $1.00 at A. a. Riegel'a Every convenience and comfort at IF.Mall orders promptly filled.\ t '

home and mnke a name for herself Drug Store. L. D. Lockwood, Proprietor moderate prices.LiakeVieca wteoSeotao7eo7aolloieo7sollo7eo7e
aven as the rival had done, and Jack-
null Peters pleaded In vain. Fronting the Lake n
lie had a strong ally in Mrs. Burrows Still at the old stand. Rend us your o.toaoKoROkostoRokoRoKO.IoRO.tostoRoRoKORoeoKOKORoso.toROR 7soteoteoieoieoieoieokoIso7eoIeoIeoIeoteoteoo

who saw that the girl\ In a home laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at Opposite Hotel Royal Polnclana Iro 00 t to { i
of her own would be far happier thanin and WhitehallOlive t XX
her father's house, but this very alliance Strahan's Steam Laundry. tf. street between the Bridge and Catholic Church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold tr XX 00

was agnhiHt him, and Sally from ... Baths. |2 per day., special. rates by week. MRS, J. C. LAUTHHR. Prop. Iro OM 'a- ooXX
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house, -------- -- -- -
the barn him Into the 00
saw go
THE BREATH OF.LIFE. OPEN oM

and as she her realized slender that flame Jack shook was with talking sobs It'B a significant fact that the strongest Th e E rtrn&rNUW Resort that il I am) After oooo

over her new idea with her stepmother.She animal of Its size, the gorilla, also you.
Ito
did not, however, connect Jackson's has the largest lungs. Powerful lungs Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements 0. 00XX
visit with, his for the
departure :; 0
means powerful creatures. How to WM. D. VAN'T WOUD, Box 127, West Palm Beach, Fla. ooXX
county town the following day, nor did 2
--
she realize that he carried with him a keep the breathing organs right should --e A Select BonrdlnK-House; of 5 Your furniture I Trade 00XX
letter to till proprietor of Wells' Uriind be man's cblefest study. Like thou- High Order ooXX
t t ta
t 0 I
United Shows and Consolidated Menageries sands of others, Mrs. Ora A. Stephens, fT\\ I qa rQ 0 Located on Olive St., near o 3S ooXX

; therefore It was with no suspicion of Port Williams, 0., has learned how the Lake Front ooxm

that she regarded that gentle- to do this. She writes: "Three bottles Klectrlo Llghtx, hot and cold bathe and other modern conveniences Table ..rTloll Ito 0. 0

man's enthusiastic welcome of her of Dr. King's: New Discovery. <. bent. KalM*8 to SUO_ week. Curre.ponlteaeelldlclted. 5S3 SoXX h
proposition that she join the troupe and MRS FRANK: DARLING, ProprletrvuCorner
stopped cough of two years and a
my
Iron Bed and QOXX
act as cook until she could learn to bea Datura nod Spring,
cured me of what my friends thought
performer. Olive Streets > 00
Just what I wanted," he cried jovially consumption. 0, It's grand for throat. The Northern Furnished Rooms o'3 with XX 00 .

"You've got the very build fora and lung troubles.' "" Guaranteed by only.

rider. 'We lay over here tomorrow, all druggists. Price BOo. and $1.00. Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric lights and all modern cnnveniences. Located ado o ALL MOSS MATTRESS Ii

and afternoon.I'll give" you.your first lesson In the Trial bottle free. near Lake Worth. Quiet, .pleasant place. For particulars THE' address* NORTHERN 3 Only $.875 KXoo 00 .

Bally wanted to wait, but' Wells Ito *
"
LOST.A OPEN NOVEMBER 10 00
Ito
would take no denial. The show would -
stay on the grounds over Sunday, and Fur Boa, on day coach of Florida The PaltosA 1 Large, New Four-Story Ad- Ito 0. 00*

there was no time to be lost. She East Coast Railway, train No. 35, dlUon Mow Being Built. .3 Nice 30x 60 Rugs V oo

could slip away from her people, and February 21st on leaving train at St. homallkehotelwell-appolntedandbeautltullylncated, giving the cnmlorU wit. OM N *ooXX
he could tell just what she could do. Augustine. Liberal reward will be paid, out larire the COlt of the more extensive on.i. Mtuntfd. on Lake Worth opposite tee Royal oa Only $1.40
Her stepmother had driven over to Polnclana I Hotfl. White waltrwuen.I electric bolls good aehing' hunting sad boating. oc
the the upon delivery to owner, Mrs. Louis Rate ; IJ.BO and'J U per day,ept-clal rate: bv the w e k. TH8 PALMS, Wt.:t Palm Baach. oa XXxo
next town for a visit after 00
McCall, Keystone Cottage, St. Augustine Ito ,
OPEN It
matinee performance Saturday, and o .
there was nothing to hinder her from Fla. o
House a o 5S
Singer Sewing Machines
keeping her appointment with Wells. Seagle ; 25
Dog
One of the women furnished her witha INVALUABLE! FOR RHEUMATISM. t I' I 0 For Sale or Rent 25
costume from her own wardrobe, and *" "A HOME AWAY FROfl HOME" OM

Sally, blushing furiously at the bloom- Centrally located end near Lake Worth. Cool,airy rooms beat. table service Ito 232o
era, crept Into the ring. I have been suffering for the past Rates $a.oo Per Pay Special Rates by the Week or MonthF. Ita oM

'Well. was teaching his own daughter few years wlth, a severe attack of V. BEAGLE, ProprietorBt1iggs'
to ride, and to the center pole of the rheumatism and found that Ballard'a o Ii
NOW OPEN J. B. MeGINLBY[
tent had been added a huge boom Snow Liniment was the only thing 23

which reached out as far "as the circumference that gave me satisfaction and tendedto Cottage AWinteer Select Ito 23

of the ring. From a pulleyat alleviate my paIns. March, 24, '02; HomeHot o 3 '
the end of. this; dangled a rope with Clematis Avenue, Opposite School iiII
the.horrible 'suggestion of a gallows, John C. Degnan, Kinsman Ills.\ 26o, and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking! No consumptives Taken Ito. '. ,

and beneath It stood a broad backed SOo and $1.00 at A. O. Riegel's DrugStore Bvernla Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida Iro OM

;white horse, his back sticky with pow. MRS H. E. BRIGGS, ProprietressThe o
Ira
dered resin. ____________ -- ------- t
; o07eo
A man In his undershirt and overalls, Ro I
Atnerlcus. OPENS
for
i B M.\ Potter, agent Mapei *
looking very little like the ring master I Armour's Wilson & Toomer's Virginia s i i UECEHBER FIRST Ioito7ro7sol.o7.ot.o7sot.ottoteot.o oRo.tortoROStokoKokostoRoRoKoK
of the afternoon before, stood talking Painters, and genuine imported Peruvian 1905 OKo.toRo.to.toetaKOetoKoRoslo.toKwsoauav.u.usuw t.vMOSavaoavD.
with the tired faced clown. As she guano. Flatiron Building

appeared he came toward her with a Centrally Located Hot and Cold Baths Electric Light Throughout ,

broad canvas belt. DEATH. Cool Hoonn. and Cuisine the very bwt. Rate Day. .Special Bat.by W. RENT0N &. e@
TO Whog.ru\
This they fastened about her wairt. STARVING Lat: week or :mouth. C'urrUwJruc: In connection to and tralna.' .
Hooking the ring at the back Into the Because her stomach was so weak- MRS. A. L. HAUGH, Proprietress. ''. "''"" e.' a'I' "' .'.'''' '
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dangling rope. The ring master lifted ened by useless drugging that she : Undertakers and
OPENDatura
her to the horse's back, while the clown could not' eat, Mrs. Mary IL Walters, NOW .... ,
Pulled the/rope tight and 'with a few literally The Street, near : "it
Columbus, 0., was .f1It.
brief directions about keeping her balance of St. Clair starving St., to death. She writes: KeystoneAn I Center of Town. ...': ;;..,, .-. ,' '- & embalmers. t
the '
ring master cracked the whip
lad the hone started off.. My stomach was so weak from useless Ideal Family Hotel Good homo cooking ,and well-ventilated sleeping rooms.Hot Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA k kCITY
For two or three paces she kept bet drugs that I could not eat, and my and Cold Baths and modern Improvements. Rates $9.00 per day, special rate.

balance, then, with a yell she realised nerves so wrecked that I could not I' by the, week. MRS. BENJ. COOK. Prop.. West Palm Beach Florida I I, -r --

that she was falling. Her went up sleep; and not beforo I was given up I 1 NOoN OPEN MEAT MARKETT

and the weight of her.body was thrown die was I Induced to try Electric .
to Clematis Ave A. FEASTER Proprietor.
Mlnst the le&ia&lsLarge OttCL
belt. .
Bitten; with the wonderful result r' S Two blocks

,untll They l she let clutched her down the, gasping hoi-no's/ for man breath and: that Improvement began at once, and 'W' i west 01 R. R. I Floridad Western ,,Meats Poultry, lame and ,Em .

could, regain her 'footing. Then the a complete. cure followed."" Best health airy room Batn and, other can .nlenee.. Table as good a. the best.. J Mall Order 'Receve'Ca ndid Attention.
'drwdfm : earth. Guaranteed by Rates $& week 1o bome'peopl.'traa.i.nt| .; rates CI per day.
whip cracked and again Tonic BOc I
again on "
she West Palm Beach Fla- MRS. C. F.. CROSBY Jefferbon Block WEST ,PALM 'BEACH,
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,bttn,;by, thebelt'.:'wildly, waving: all ,druggists. ., t ., 5I. JiU'

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Arrival andOeparture Tax Assessor's Notice. '-'--PROFESSIONAL'-'" #. ,-- -.-- .. ... .. GAUDS.--.. ..- Geo. S. Hacker & Son I Coast
Florida East Railway.
County tax assessor George O. Outlerv LAW,

h; ) of Trains has Issued the following notice to -- ,

the tax payers of Dade County rela- r\. O. 01lILLINGWOU'l'U Local Time Card No. 64. to Effect t January 9, 1906.

'y SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. tlve to the assessing of county real ATTORNEY AND, CIJ N8ELLOit 8OUTN.BOUNO-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-HEAD>>,UP.

SoulJUbound Mo aj> ,;Miami and Nassau and personal taxes for the ensuing West Pal tn B ach. l"la.U -No. 90 Na 85 No. lie No. .' SUally STATIONSt"lr- No ?&-Ne, Yg. 1 .yN

Special, will t leave lack oDvU!e at 8 a. year, ,and giving the dates on whichhe I| Dally Dally Vall- Bully Dally Dally

m., reach Welt palm Beach at 5:05: p. ta.r will visit certain places and local- 1110.0. cuiteiiii rY P 0 20 '800J'OB" '; Lv..Jao".oovlU..Ar: t It> P "i7 40 p 140T83 440' a
20 Pl72 PI ... .....So. J.ok""nvW..L." 71:2: ... ....
khe B !M
aDd after crooning the lake td Baa p "
ttorney &nd Counnellor-at-Law P .......9L Augustine....... II 20 "e"4o"jp > 880 a 7 4o
ities for the of receiving said Ii'8l : 10 e.6 a a a
f'' Side tiOteU will leave the station here at purpose WEST l' '1LM P 6 19 P p11 11 a...*.. ".. .......**...l1..Unlt......,..... 18I! 642 a ......"
BEACH FLORIDA ? Lv..gut i'alatkn..Lv ..!-II 5 SI a 1140 .
94
assessments 10205 87 80 a a
?( 5:40 tMra-t reaching Miami at 7:25 p. m. : :) 11!i I i 1010. At,........... Palatka .......'...'.I* II 00 Plffi. TT '
"T" a
This train will be composed entirely oparlor (March 23 to 24.-West' Palm Beach. IT 1-. II ItAN N ING. D jl-p d6 0 ooOT pllOSa 9208'i)6a" Lv.........._ Palatka. ...........Ar 100- 08 a. i I
P i1j"MiAr.:: :: : : .'......... Ran M.eo..LV' T05 p i i P :::::::::: :::::--- '
cart, for which extra seat fare (March 20.-Neptune A ttoFDey and Ooun&ellor-tit-Law, 'goo"p 7MI 1 O > 8 U6 a ) Lv .........Ban Mateoi..........ArM.ijunuellif. .2JJ! ..!.!!Lf B W'a BOO i 1

n .100,6, charce" (March 27.-Hole Sound. / ,........... T 18 J iToT :::::::::::: L....... e..lla ............":.v 449 p ...".".... 45 ::::-::-:
Local mall loll empress No. will (March 29 to 30.-Stuart. .' (Office over' Bank) ........... 7 .2 P P ............ .. ...... ... ............ 4 80 p.......... a 80 a......., "
29 ( WEST PALM BEACH FLA MANUFACTURERS OF ............ 7 40 p1225 P .... i* .,............Dupout..L ... '* 4S9 p.1 '." u a ....?...,
arrive ll 02 II ....... .. 88p .. ... .
leave Jacksonville at 9:20: a. m., (March 81 to April Miami.! 824: : a ;;
1169"p p1966"pull: .' ........... Ormond......... 4'6i"p.6p 4 KH p see a 8.0a
West Palm Beach at 7:56: p. m. Returning The following personal notice Is attached MEDICAL AND SURGICAL '1160 854 106 ISO! a .,....-....Daytona ...."...- 418 p 8 $7 6 M aOODp
.. Doors Sash. P 848 P p ........... 811 ........t... 826 ......,
from:ltbe :JEa.t Side this train will to the announcement: ----- yr-- ,, ............ 86T p 116 p.ri"44""aT44 ....... .Port Oran" ........ Lv P L"p 02 "
!
j. IIOOUDl4 n 12 SO/ a 920 proiTa 1 86 p << At..Ne" Bmyrna. !-P a 441 aIo
tt leave West Palm Beach at 8:31: p. m. andreacbdiami "The law requires every property H. Blinds 2'ii ; 444 p : P j At.........i l.a k.. Helen .....,'l.LvOrange 12 411 19 45 p Iij "'ii -
,
Mouldings 4 (6 460 .. ......... City t...... 11 85 p1186 p A 49 p A4U p
10 SB 1089 p
at 10:55: p. m. or legal representative of the PHYS/CI4M AND 8UROEfJNOrnee a P .. "
owner 640<
10, 1040U 1040To"p a lOOp 6 M P ..Oranxe City Junction. 1.2&11)1280! !! p'STTp p 5 42-.1!
Southbound No. 33 Palm Beach and owner, to return all property real and over PottvfM. bicycle .tore, WEST -AND- DO -d 1) ITO e. Lv.........Now Smyrna.........I v 84 1 p UrTsrt'o.:
PALM UKACH. lte.I }: Miami Express, will leave Jacksonville personal, on blanks furnished for the hotel, PALM BEACH. 12.1 Ti'iTa; 10 88 p P..EJ..l'! p.! Ar............Tltiiivllla.....,...... ..a..08_p |!! .L
1'' at 4:20 p. m arrive at West Palm Beach purpose by the assessor (these blanks ------- Building Mateyial, X00 ....... Ar......".''.'' an. er ........... v 1120 a irHP:::::::::: ::::::::::
I I, .. ?Returning from the EastSide I will be sent mall to all applicants I> II. POTTKU, M. l>., ............1120 a t1 40.a........... LTLv.,.............Pante d............AL ............ .880.. 'a JB80 a
by ,
4:10 m. CHARLESTON C. T2T 10 1) -148P; 13 U P ..... .....Tltu..IIJ..Ar T8t p 1 48 a i
t this train will leave West Palm who fall to meet the assessor, on receipt 8"NH 011 WENT: PALM BEACH PI.A ::0.........a. It 17 p 8 21 p.." ....."......... Coooa.....,..LvKonk p A.......*.. 1 00 ............
_. 2n .. .. ...... ..... 1 81 p 1363 ........._
+ Beach station at 5 a. m., reaching IJi-: of postage stamp) between the -- --- garLargest. Factory South. ._.."."....1129. p 8 884 I' Tit"p _,Kookladae }Iotele.... 124 P 910 p.......?... ...........
will\ bllff'et11eepeTs DENTAL1)14ILII.6IAtY __... LI! 00.art 4 14 l' ....... .. u ...JCmi (,/sill........_., .. 12 81 p ........ 11! t\1 a ...?..._
No
ami 7:30: a. m. 35 carry first day of January and the first day Sean ( .PrtCt"..> P .r" .. ........ .
fir _.. ... .1212! : a 421 p........... ..........Melhmroa?... 12! W p ?.12 12 a ..?_._
and day coaches. of April of each year. Jt such person DILJ.A.NICWNAN: !',: ...... ..?.1266! a 469 I'.." ..._..._ BobMllaa .......?. 11 CO ......._.... 11 27 P.,.._._
"'... Su Luole. ........ 1101. .. 10 80
............ 1 40 a B 44 I' ??
No. with buffet sleeper drawing or their agents fall to return 00 .600 8"8 S"pB'66""p ._.Fort Pierce....-.? 10 M ,1916 P 10 BO px252 a
20I\
99 .Drs. MACY NEWMAN How paint ......... 2o 8 20 I'I' ." ?.._...... TII>b.lI. .......-.. 10.12.: -......... 67 P ......_...
room car and day coaches, leaves Jacksonville their property for assessment, as required j-ou-cau get a good priming _._?.. 3 K a 624 I' ...... .. _....-. .Eden .., ....... ".. 10.11. .......... k 68k -..._._
? gallon .. ..._ ............ ;Jeniiell ..._. 10 18 a........... 48 PP ..__
at 8:30: m. arriving at West by law the assessor Is com DENTISTS or ft a$ per gallon ; Buy one _....... 980 a 6 29 p. ? -
p. _..._.. 844B a egg p........... -._.....Stuart ........._.. ".. 10 U4 a._._... 11.1 P...__
} PalmBeach at 6:07: a. m. and after Its manded to assess It as 'unknown. Office In Jefferson Block New Fra Paint at $,7.5. per gallon, and _....... 14 a 7 06 I' .....:.".* a....... HoUe Bound ....._. ass a .......... 08H -.....__
PP.
oil to' ......... S83 721 .. ........West Jupltor...._? 9 21 a........... 4. ......_
linseed at a P
return from the East .Side leave Went "It Is not the legal duty of the assessor WEST PALM BBACIt. FLORIDA one gallon raw 70 730and ?e 07 a 4 10 a 78 I' At.,_ Went Palm Bench... II 00 a 10 86 a. 18 P.PU 00 p
:?bave two gallons of the best Lv..I.I\lm Bench.........LT 640. al026 a. It 08 P 10 to
Palm 'Beach at 6:37 .. m., reaching l td examine the records .of the you a J7 a. 4(0 600 a 821 881II PI. 840 au p'p .... West Palm Banco..-...r111 .1000 .. 7 88 PW26 p p

Miami 8:30 a. DI.'NORTHBOUND. county for the purpose of ascertain- 11It1l.T. E LIDDYDeutlJt paint tiiade. Try it. We guarantee: ..827.....?. 628 .e. 69 I'I' ....,?..?. ......Boy n ton....,(......LV.. 7 48 a ..._... 718 P ........._
..._....
n .. 7884tf a. 7 03 _.._
/ Dlltro p.
Flaliron ..._.._ bas 908 ?
satisfaction. R. M. Potter I a p..4 -
TRAINS. ing the ownership of real estate In order *:, a 8,1 a1000 P ........... .......Furl Landerdale...... .. II ,. ............ 609 P ..._._
Building West Palm JBeacfi' ...--. 842 1009 p.........,... ........ Danl" ............. 841B80 la...__ 8 00 P ?......._
f Train No. 78, local mall 'and express; that be 'may assess the propertyto Offlou Vint door west of lade Ooiinty State ... .... 664 1020 p ........... .". ?.......Uallaudale.. ...,.... a.. ......_ S49 P ....?..._
Bank ." ?.. 7 SO a1046 ... .. Lemon Clty....._. 008 6 21 P ............
Is
a with buffet cars and day coaches leaves Its legal owner, but it the dutyof 880 1110 1066 7IS'p Ar,..........* MIaral....'.........LT 600 1110 P 820 pBuffet
Miami 6 arrives at West Palm every property owner if possible WEST 1'ALMtllKACH.: ; FLOItDA., _..... BOO a..........p.............. Lv .Miami.Ar .a1816'a, 800 P ............
art at a. m., ............ 1080 a ,......... .."h. Ar f Homestead J Lv......,... .. .. 1980 ;.............
and after its return to meet the assessor at the appointed I
Beach at 8:15 a. m., Parlor Can on trains 28,29, 76, 74. Buffet Bleeping Can on tralnl 86, 99, 20, 98.
from;the East Side leave this city at 8150a. place and time or, at his office In the KiLL. COUGH' t Dally except Sunday.

m. teaching Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. court house In Miami and return his AND CURE THE LUNC8 CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEBH JACKSONVILLE AND 8T. AUGUSTINE

Miami and Nassau property. This I respectfully urge all I
Northbound No 74 No. 33
No. Z3 No. 27t No. 29t N lo. 43 ill? No. 35J No. S9f No. 9310.15BOUT
Special. composed exclusively 'of buffet property! Downers to do. If the prop- WITH Dr. King's HBOUND Dally Dally Dally Dally EaDally.MenDfix..nyM.D.IIr Dally Dail 7 Ex.Mon D.n,

parlor cars will leave Miami at 8:15: a. erty owners to do. If the property
Jacksonville S00 900 920 a 110 P 280pi 8 00 p 420 p 8 20 p 8 80B ooo pAl
m., arrive at West Palm leach to .. m. owners will co-operate with me, the I St. Augustine 900. 1000 a1050 a 2 10 p 860 p400 p 880 p 20 p| 950 p'10' 00 p

Alter going to Bart Side stations this, roll can be made 'correctly In every Hew Discovery No. 7** No, 30t "- 78t Ho4" N. d2 Ne' 36 Na *" No9Bt N0. 92 4018.

train will leave West Palm Beach at particular." Make are a yield of enantltr and Pries NORTHBOUND pay Call- Daily Dally Ex.Ddq eunEx.Dall Eu, Dally OaIIY Dally Ex?,ell gun,

10:25: >. ">., reaching Jacksonville at Busiest house in town. Even''a band !gwuty. when lournuharp lmu+lmarket '
aer e, tuey were the toe FOR CONSUMPTION 600 & S 1.00 tv St. Augustine S 40 3 S 1O p a 20 p 1210 p 11 10 sill 40 a e 80 a T 40 S 20 a 7 66 a
I 7:40.No. played fo keep the crowd moving at aver,but,loon they WY have are Teen expert.Impmvhie Inanwnr Free Trial. I ArJaolnonTlllo..I_7 40 p 710 p| 7 80 p 110 p 18 10 plU 40 p 1 4O a 8 40 J 9 20 3 8 66 a

.'98, with buffet sleeper, drawingroom Idner's. and vegMeble eeeJe, Train composed exclusively of Pullman or ParlorCars and extra.eattare will be abuged.t .
4
I9ee ?red A oe y Ill urtrauJ Surest and Quickevt Cure for all whlob aka or seat far*Is ohuged.No. .
cars and day coaches, leaves Miami fr..to ,ual.p nwD. THROAT and LUNG XB.OTJB.: Day ooaobu operated on these trains on no

at 8:30 p. m.,' arrives at West Palm WELL WORTH TRYING.W. M, FERRY a CO., Deoelt, Midi. LES, or MONEY BACK. No. 17 No. 20
.
r e.3 No. 9t No.. 19 Dany No. I8 No. 2e.Sun.
'
t Beach 'lo:2.fp.: m., goes'to the East Side H. Brown, the popular pension On Dail 7 E Maypor/ Branch >Qallr Only Daily
,
Only Only 9vv
and leaves Tiere'for Jacksonville 10:55p. attorney, of Plttafleld Vt., says: "Nextto "
0' O w mOil -i16- .Jar auv a ?. .? 10:WiT p 000 .
m., reaching the latter,place at 8140= a pension, the best thing to get Is ---- -- 210 p pp 10 50 a 6 40 p 8 54 a An..Pablo? lleaoh..... 6 50 a U 00 4 50 p ?....?..,
2 46 p 10 56 a 6 45 p 8 69 a .....AUanno Beaan.?... S 46 a 1116 a 4 46 p.??,.."
a. m. Dr. King's New Life Pills. He .e !?! P_It 10 7 00 p5 16. ., ? Maypon.?..... .L. e a all 50 '. 4 50 p
Northbotmd 1"Palm and
No.: 28, Beach writes "they keep my'famUy In
coaches : PENINSULAR AKP) OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
of
Miami Express, composed splendid health." Quick cure for Southern R.ailway

and buffet sleeper and makes all 'stops. Headache Constipation and Bilious- .lose Coooectlai: Made. at Miami with Slesmsblps ol ths P. ft; 0. S. S.'Conpaoy for

Will leave Miami at 3:10: p. m., reach
ness. 25 o. Guaranteed at all drug
J West Palm Besdh'at 7:38 p. m. 'After stores. Two Trains Daily to Washington and ,New York. Havana, Key West and Nassau.

to tbe East Side this train will v
going IMS'No.84No.IM Three Sailings Each Week. '
SCIIBDULE EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER aI.
West Palm Beach station at 8:13p. : '
leave Trains at slda. No transf. ..
Industries discharge passengers ship's r
Patronize home
0., reaching Jacksonville 7-40= a.m. Strahan's North and West I No |NaIB
Steam Laundry Is still running. 1 L.:Two Talrfawr N M7No.ll These Time Tables snow the times at which train may be ap ted to arrive at and depart
rrom the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times) stated la not guaranteed.
If you want anything to the sporting Send us your work. tf. 'OojnII '7S5P Jnekaonvllle ArAr 716 I 743P CvJack.ouvl<-KoKy Ar|869a 8BOa ,Bor is this Company to be bold re.ponMbletoeauyile1a'.or any oonaequenooa arlalng tneref. com.
4011 10 4op Isija Jesitup 8 Sup 10'46 1030'joon' Lv Jeaaup, So Ry Arl 0 ion: a lea
goods line call and see our assortment.B. Sip 1.. Uv Savannah Ar Hop 40(1" Ar Macun. 80 Ry Lv 14Ua liim For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Iron Building. ..-. CURED CONSUMPTION. 66yp 6 ion Ar Columbia Lv 4 OUI' 6 mm 5.... Ar Atlanta So Ry Lv 11 l M. Potter, F\at 11110 9SV Ar Charlotte Lv, O/lllll)| 10 BOH 1 Home, Ho Ry Lv; ft Ofip 8 :top "SEE 'THE TICKET AGENT."
Mrs. B. W Evans, Clearwater Kan., I llln rasip Ar Gn'cuaboro Lv 7UHi|' HUHa 11 UN* i'eAr Dalton So Ry Lv 7 4lii94liaAr : 41 I' .
F sainlIMa a lopAr| Danville 'LvAr 6871' 5 BUM lOVll Chattanooga. T Lv| B :UUp:: seep J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l Pass. Act.: ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
For Sale Cheap. writes"My husband lay sick for three 3 aop Ar Lexington Ho Ry Lv 10 ftfiit
I |ArCineinnatQ&dLv1SBoa
The Keystone," situated on Datura months. The doctors said he had ,./ Richmond IN1950pl1Sop: 4 1 18?7 4 O pI.v) | (..Inolnnatl Ilig 4 *Ar r 10"1'

treet. Apply to Cl: C' Chngworth f quick consumption. We procured a I11p "Ar Lynchburg I.v 8 alp' 98t: a IP I Ar: Chicago. Big 4 v
of ilHuMSP : 10" .Ar Charlottesville, Lv 148,), 1.Aa; \ Cln...stlPatinal 8401)1 \
bottle Ballard's Horehound Syrup, j71unIAr
| Chicago, PoLier. Lvi
9 Joe CMp "Ar Wa.hlnRtoll I.v 111510 Blillp -
and It cured him. That was six years It VM II 3A|) "Ar Baltimore Lv 612,. Kt'lnII I 8it PlLv Clncln'all.CH&I'At'' 7
I35nArWeatl'htlndelphlaLv 8 HA. 5rp" 1 lAr Chlcogo, looooRL.. O"L
f Wheels for rent at Cum tbgs. 9-lJ-tf ago and since then we have always 4,>SP flM Ar New_York_Lvis_loutYlOp__. ---.Z.3 (' tl.OHIltD oo

kept a bottle In the house. We can JOP.. 33 and --New! York and Florida Express. I IO.IAr Toledo C" &. D Lvlll e O) I -
Pullman Detroit, 1 III Ip '
Dally Room
Drawing Bleeping Car -
+ Buffalo gas engines la stock at Haft- Dot do without it. For coughs and Fort Tampa and Jackscvllle to New York. 9 soplLv Cincinnati, Rig'"4 : oal- m. -

tiers 13tf Colds It has no equal. 26c, 60o and ,1 6 40aAf Cleveland Ble 4 Lv'Y| "= =
-
e $1.00 at A. G. Rlegel's) Store. Umitei Nos.<19' and "Wsahlnxton Pullman >n and Florida J sopt| C 1.I l I(rr9i, t-
Drug 'Dally Drawing Room SleepIng 9 Up Ar j i in/ill' j: i' \/ L.I li"'T'I-; 41J
Batteries and motorboat supplies of alt| C r, ]Ock80uvllletoNe... York. 7' 'I',. n ,r,4' h'tl '. : t |

kinds at Huflstettlen J3tf No.-.i Thriniirti' Lnnil l "iTho8kv. 40u Ar ..Annlnton SoRyLv THXp51l
Fine line! of latest style visiting I 1,v Jautuouvtlle, Fl. II 00.. 1\ 4/10/ Ar BlrmlnRham. Lv >p
cards" and 'latest in letter, at The IIIAII Lv N..an'un.Ga A 4 tun SOAI'( ,, Ar Memphis' Priflco Lv 81511
'Impr ):: ran Service ; Tropical Sun. Call and see sample. UCHIIl Ar Columbia 8. CAahTille I.v 1 I'm' 11411. Ar Kola..a.city," I.v 6 HopI "
q y 160( Ar N. C. LvLv & lAp I atoplLv l Memphla, Art I
The Atlantic Coast Line and Its a 87p Ar Hot Spring, N. C. 114r.p ...r.1| jj j! nAr| Hot Sprint., I.vI7n"!'1!
aoop Ar Knoxvll1e.TranLouisville. Lv 065" ---- -- --
connections are now operating solid Kodol Curo 8IUa<,< Ar Ky. Lv 7 5p No 13 and M-Dally. Solid Veatibule train
Dyspepsia 4 56 p Ar St Louis,Mo. Lv 100 a through day coacheR and Pullman Bleeping cat
i; through trains from Jacksonville to Digests what you eat. 8 Ida Ar Cincinnati Ohio Lv 810pNo. Jackonvllla to i/indnnatl. I

.' tg and 10-Dally Pullman Drawlnit-Rootn No. (Band i4 -Pullman DrawingRoom; Sleep- .
'Atlanta Ttfton and Ma.con r
i via waycross, and Buffet Sleeping( Car between Jacksonville IngCar. between Jacksonville, BirminghamMutnphls 1
with through coaches to 'Nash- and Clnolunati. and Kanaaa City.;
-
No>rifand 18:=Atlanta special" Full
vile, 'and Pullman Buffet Sleeping r"aaDrnwingRoom Htoeplnic Cara. Jackaon
Excellent
Dining Car Service :
L. A. WILSON villa to Atlnn.a and ChatunnoKa. PiMMnKara
Louis and Chicago.
ars'to St. -' on All Trains can remain In sleeper i In Atlanta until 7:06 a.m

Trains leaving Jacksonville via -Atlantic '&rANUM'A: Tt1RJR: or

'Coast Line, dally at'9.00'p. Do.: J:C. LUSK, Dist. Pass. Agent 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

i aijd 'arrive Tlfton 1.25 a. m., Macon : Boots and Shoes W. H. TAYLOR 0. P. A. \

4.40'a. m., Atlanta 7.EO a. m., Chat- '! S.H.HARDWICK.P.T. M. BROOKS MORGAN. 0.PA.

? tanooga 1.15 p.' m., Nashville 6.65 p. m.( Repairing in All 'Kinds Leather ,

'' Evansrllle 1.25 a. m., St. Louis 7.08 .
Goods Neally Done. Four ,Sailings Each Week Between
a. m./and Chicago 9.30 a. m. ,
I
Good connections are made at Jacksonville '

all Florida 'thus Buckskin JACKSONVILLE 9 ,NEW YORK
y from points Indian Tanned Five .

e affording the Quickest and most convenient SttperbTrains: Calllnn at Charleston 8.c., l bR> :ways.THE '
.
J service from this territory to and Horsehide Shoes FINEST STEAMSHIPS lH.Tptt ,COASTWISE;SERYICB -

Ft the West.For THE CLYDE NEW LINES
further Information see Ticket rr ENGLAND :AND SOUThERN! ,
FOR TENDER FEET ,, Direct Service Between
/ '
Agent, or "Consult the Purple Folder"NOTICE
I Olive St.'North of New: Jefferson Blo '..IDaily'Three !JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIpENCB..
', AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
II .. j
CREDITORS.. Calling at Charleston both ...y..
In Court of County Judge State of .', ,-,n/ r t IIICMI.WEEKLy..ULlGS. '
,; \ Bouthbouod .. 'FrotrJ'L.wla'Wbarf"D08ton 1
S. RICHMOND
Florida :Dade County.In Agent
,
to the 'East and Tvro-io the Welt via ) Northbound .' ,
*
From foot o( Catherine Street Jaokeonvilie f
the matter of the estate'of Prince I ,,, .
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nN ,To Baker'all creditors legatees, distributees 1\{; K. CLYDE 'ST. JOHlv I :RIVER; LiNE ;

'and all pCrsoaa'baving'claims'' 6>{ UEAI ESTATE. Between JacbnonvUle and tfanford.

demaDdsl against said estate. _CUTLER FLORIDA A Atlantic Coast Kne Stopping'at Palatka Astor, St. Francis, Berenlord (DeLsnd) and I

Tow and each of you are hereby notified Intermediate Landings on tile 8t. Johns Blrer

;&nd required to present any J. B. McQINLEY .'Y1) ". Steamers City of Jacksonvilltsand Fred'k 'DeBary ;

Ali claims or demands which you or SI.r' .n'appolntedto sail M lallowai_Leave Jaeluoavllle.. daly( except Saturday,, at x:00: ,, p. 11II. Ra ,)

either of you may have against the turning'lenve Auilvrd.dally except Sundays ..180:( a. m,.
; Y"New 1 '
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estate of Prince I., Baker, deceased Funeral l Director I
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York and Florida Special teaves'Jacksonville 13:30 p. m. dally .ez...Sunday Southbound
( late of Dade ,County, Florida to theundersigned 8ehedul.. ,Nortbbo.nd I ILa.
Florida and West Indian Limited Iva. JacksoovllI SS5: a. )n. dally and do"u' t gad pp' ;

'.administratrix of said estate New York Express leaves-Jvckaonvllle 8:05: a.' m. daily ....... 33opm ..../ .... .. JACKSONVILLE ... ..... ..... .......,ArrNeoo.m?

within two :tiar..trom the!I date -=' and '- and Florida'Xtaiked leaves : a/m. I SNP', .. ... ... ... ..... ... .I'Ar..ATltA.. ..... ..... .. ., ... Lavesropmr
Chicago Jacksonville 9:30 daily .ooaaa .. .... .... ..... .. ..
hereof. t .... ASTOa ..... ......M.. .. ... 13"1"11I
Dated January 30. A. D...'1906. Dixie Flyer leave Jack.onvllie 9x10: p. m. daily 43oam, .... .. ...... ..'" ', 'paANC7B...:.. : ... ..' ." 't4.pm i

,Rosa *| Embalmer ArrI.--u ...."p..sP'Oa (V.IAND)...... . a rape
B.' Baker t .. a0 : .. '1".... .".t".5.. .A.Np'an ..... ?.... .... 1 f" 91'1.11I P.

Administratrix of the estate of Both licensed by the State to embalm r i: am._..............,........?...".ENTERPnzsE.:! ..._"....1.................. ,.,,to.. 00 aID ,

Prince J. Baker; 4sc a.ed. i and prepare bodies for shipment. 'Through Sleeping GrasI General, Patiaenqerand >Ticket Of1ce.. $122: ";; avt.ck.o"vlll: ; '. 4r. t

-, 'FOR: SAUE.Tan'acres W M. Ilf.colCMUNUIt"h' ..... A.lu... ........55125Wait---Oay'" tI..JJ"aIlIOllYiIl'LJ'la...
Lady assistant .. W COUPCR: j / ,
y of, land-laid-out'In town t...,. G. Y.JrUY r Ili4-L N0PAte..51AUSRTYGe'Szp.aY.suf.dlsiy "

lots between five and sU acres of bearing I :' k..Eli\N3NILNE.; ,(i.'tP."rs.N., 1'.j I
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pineapples. Pineapple crop alone t. to New York, Chicago nnd St. Louie; also new':Bleeping Car HervlceHo 'VHKO
"4 will net 1000. Property located la GEO. :HASLEHDRST & SON Augusta!,' GB., Iravlox; JaoksonvllleAt 8:5a. m. 'V5*. '. .Gune ulumc. ... PL.,66'NorsaWverNhwYork, : Bra..I. ,mo BrcaJway.SDfiSMBE ,1/

what Is known as "Pleasant City" .
a For Pull mat* Reservations and Full tlon "Write .
'J colored suburb one mile north\ of West Contractor and Builder lniorms

Palm Beach. Address D-0.-Caidwell, FRANK' Cw'BOYt.STON"Dlatt' "t'lsen/ler-ApeDt.:! /: ; l :P.OB--'ri SDJr

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iiiTHE In here. H. N. BurhiuiR, I'rm K.. A, Tlilil, s. and Train

I 1 GIRL AT ed Ho Dill looked looked.frightened.Graham had The one moved call a ,I Florida Orange Vii( ; veW'R 'i;; Co.

f few steps forward.
THEY "Are I Cut If you have an Orange Grow, Grape Fruit Grove, pineapple Grove or i Lemon
goln' to that safe
you open Grove thnt you wont to sell, write us and we will kliow you bow WL: SILL
1 tell you to sboot him" said Bill. GROVES. No. 17 Hogan Street,

By SEWARD W. HOPKINS "He's trie* to fool us twice. No bear), 'ftafuiomw Ailiinilt Ntiilimnl. Blink J.ickwnitilh-" \ Jnckaonville, Florida
outside< I' a

Graham could it Out"says m __ ___ __ __ .....__
C/'pJIf'Iuht.' toes, by N A. .W/tUei/wuU/ i see the desperado
II growing blacker. Ho knee after

be had opened the safe tor them they many a doctor to his !&

The up express"wns;: duo to pass at would shoot him to prevent Identl ca- lady patients, because he 5Sgfr Mulgoba Mangoes.Largest .

1 o'clock but It, did hot stop. Graham tion. It had been done many times be doesn't know of any medicine

would .not*have been In the oilka at fore. that will cure female ; Collection of Crotona In the United States :alms,. l Phyllaix

all! only he had Rome money In the safe He resolved to sell his life fighting; troubles except the surgeon's thus, etc. All pot grown. Full i i Line Citrus Stock

and had received order by wire to I. rather than yielding. lIe suddenly knife. gi-ownou High Spruce Pine Land. Address

sleep In the station that night darted leader toward his revolver, but the That such A medicine JOHN B BEACH, West Palm Beach, Florida
too
was quick. He had been
He did not know how much there I I expecting that. The revolver was simply exists,however proved by v

was. It had come In n sealed package, 1 lure. He thousands of cures made by -- .. .. .. ...
o fired and Graham fell -- -- ----" ---- -
locked lu' a small pouch. tie knew It with a bullet In his side.

was pay day on the new branch then "Now, hang you, If you want a show

building on the 1st, and this was the foi- your life give us the combination," WEOF I
Slot. -- Graham was gasping He was wait- CARGUI

"Why cau't they ,end a pay, car?" Ing for tile next shot that would kill Atoms & Miller
astel Ora'inm.of! himself. him. 1

"Too confounded mean," he muttered. Suddenly there was a sharp crack-
the smashing of glass another and
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The hours dragged but Graham M
slowly, Cures Womb
another. Tho leader
was down, with a
found some solace In thinking of bullet in his heart, shot through the DiseaseIt Blacksmiths if
MHS! Delaine Wheelwrights
back. Jim lay writhing near the .
\ .Miss Delaine<<,,wall from Chicago. She safe. Bill had pitched forward and has saved the lives of many :

was visiting the daughter of Silas was grasping the side for support. weak,sick women and rescued others I

Jones, whom she had met at school. Then an apparition appeared at the from a lifetime of chronic sick
ness. It will cure you If you will I
Miss Jones was tall, big nnd strong; door. only give it a chance. Try It. .
and
Miss Delaine was dainty. A bit of a girl stood there, her face Sold by all druggists and dealers I Horseshoeing; General Re-

Miss Jones, with the advantage of her white, a rifle in her hands. She was so In 1.00 bottles
school small she looked*like a child. Graham' pair Work: .
boarding years, dressed well; ,
110I'0. Miss Delaine dressed better. saw her GAVE UP SUPPORTER."I i
Graham had suddenly felt a peculiar "You-you, Miss Delaine-at halt past I wore a supporter for four
sensation 'When Miss Delulue got off 1? IIow-how"- years, to keep up my womb," Manufacture of Tools a Specialty
She calmly gazed at the result of her writes Mrs S. J. Chrlsman, of .
the local'at Naomi. He knew that Silas
lightning work Mannsvtlle,N.Y.II My doctor said
was going to have company. He had "To tell you the truth, I'was afraid no medicine would help me. After Freight Paid One Way on All Out-of-town. Orders
B How no Idea the company was built more and came here to sleep. After you left"she taking; Cardul I gave up my supporter ,
Integrity on the fleeting vision plan than any and an now well."
his wound while
was examining
lor a other she epoke[ -"Charley Jones came over on tj
"Jf: Silas don't feed that girl he I
erous up
oblivIon will be all out of company," Graham horseback and said Mr. Jones' brother ___ I Poinsetta Street North West Palm '
was dying. I was out In the orchard, Bench
had said. "She's
almost
with now.
Bcd gone and they could not find me and, thought I I
Bfrom bad Graham was a husky fellow and had FOR SALE
probably I was with you. I returned
leeanonnble been at Naomi two months when Miss
to the house and could not get In. I \
Bnaulcs of Delaine appeared. As Graham boarded had left my key In the house. I man one of the most beautifully -- .. ..... -- .- ---. -- -
[dioiild ; with Silas he bad an opportunity to
aged to get a window and went
ett<>r study her well. open situated homesin (\""' ""' ''' ''' ''\ '
> In that way, but I was afraid to go to '' '' ) '''.
"No more turkey hunts while sbe'shere
imputation sleep. I could sit without fear be-
up Florida.
[ he grumbled to himself.
by a cause I feel safe with rifle.
always
[lie pains Miss' Delaine took he grumble out But I was dead tired after the my dance i THE BEffCH CLUB .
of him when she proposed a shoot, and
ranch pity three last night and I wanted to sleep. I One hundred and ninety feet abovesea
: ; the went to the scrubs and Miss
s heartily thought I'd risk the talk and here.It level clear fed
Deialne come overlooking spring I
jit Dot brought,down five to his three
Is ;
and Miss Jones one. was nearest, I heard the shot and lake, with views of bills for Home miles. (Incoipornteil)
Tlllotsou knew you were in trouble. I ran and Absolutely healthy, with delightful
esolved Miss Delaine proved to have more
sport her get iD and get In her diminutive body got here Just In time. Can you run the country for riding( and driving, RESTAURANT 1

Lve than Graham acknowledged in his five sender $ :
fair :Jones "I guess so," be said feebly.l :Residence : :
JUie world! feet ten. She could box big Miss 'I Spacious ,
"Wire to order that express to stophere.
| to all over the barn floor; she could climba
cordlng ." She even knew the stations. 25 Rooms.
cherry tree In a light summer frock
nhose Graham himself to the table .
dragged ,
and come down as neat as she went Breakfast
dlson. up; she could swim better than Miss got his call and clicked off the mes- Possession at once completely furnished : Luncheon : Dinner
if desired for this An ideal
sage. seRSon.
Jones and dive as deep as Graham.
At 2 the express came roaring and for wealthy family.
flace
| Abraham She could play the most charming y'
of waltzes and sing the prettiest I rumbling in. at, all hours
r songs. Three hundred and Acres
the here?
"What mischiefs the row seventy-five ,
jblertslilp She had not been at Naomi two weeks
bawled a heavy voice, and a powerfulman
fefeatcd before she singing In the choir
was !In a silk hat and black frock coat sixty of which is in choice budded fruit.
kras and Graham made the harrowing discovery .5 41
stood with mouth agape while a fraction Address, Box 3 Saint Leo,
{Heated that he sang bass. of what would make a fair sized j34-lm Pesco County, Florida. Special Orders Received Parties +
So this Graham consoled ;
i on night girl slid, unconscious, to the floor "* '
dent of himself by thinking gloomy thoughts of three or more.1,
"Nan my girl, here? said the big '
| Oliver about Miss Delaine. 'i'i1y
man. "Here, tell Hawkins to come 80 YEARS'
i ship t'J "I'd be a fool to ask her and a bruteto here." Hawkins was Mr. Delaine's private EXPERIENCE1NEI
iabca back expect her to accept if I did ask." secretary and an operator. ;

iult was lie said this with almost a groan "Hawkins, get Burns and stay here OPEN TO MEMBERS ONLY '
greatest "Why couldn't It have been Fan?" till relieved by a new man. This man

Ulysses Fan vfaa Miss Jones. "But no; she'll wont come back. He'll either go to tlt
I military marry Lnrklua, and If Miss Delaine jail or the head of a division. Get Nan 8 *Bon of 1906FAYSHOLES! t I IjM

val l for was poor I'd marry her." Into the stateroom. Get a doctor.

ceo He knew she was rich. She had often There must be one on the train. Get a TRADE MARKS

Boot spoken about"our railroad." James woman to take care of Nan. Take this DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS *c.::

The Delaine wall president of the Q. and B. man-his name Is Graham-Into the Anyone Banding sketch and de ortptlnn' mayqnloklr
king, had Disconsolate, be smoked his pipe. He conch. Guard that sate as well as I luvanrlnn. Moertnln ts our"pntflptnhln opinion; free pommenlrwl whether !
Jcddent wondered how much there was tlonmtrlotlyonnUilentlnl. HANDBOOK on Patents
money think Graham has. 'There is a pack of ontfrea. Octant for'.
"
Jlece of I In the safe. He knew the payroll must money In there. Evans said he feared Patent taken through Munu r"J'tIV.: ;:::
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tJMlfU notice, without otinree la the
be long. a holdup, and I sent the money yesterday -
He had read last Sunday's paper a with orders for Graham to stay all Scientific Jlm rltan.A I i

[ Santa dozen times and gone off to sleep and night. .But what I dou't understandIs hfinitRomnly.Unfltifttec weekly. unrest el* ....i'r"a
.sla. nearly fallen off the chair which he had what-what Nan-at this time of enlntlun your: fine of months any eniutitlda,9U Soldbjrfcll inurnnl. newsdealer Terms' ,f a.. .l' "! : : t

aIDe. He tilted back. IIe had left the door open night"It & Co.'B" ""' Newt York ,F '."'t "", % l S '

|L for air. The night wall warm. was not many hours before the \ Bnuiab >IUoe,02ft f Rt,wubtaatu'bD.J. .C. 3J- } l itb T JDP- '' '

irchbtehop "Hello there, young feller!I" came a whole story was told. ...
Since he voice. He turned toward the door and "Well" said ?oIl'. Delaine, "you have f T\\ I 'I!' .,

ay 1087 looked into the barrel of a big revolver. told a good story, but I know a betterone. B. McGINLEY ;
Y same "Hold up your, bands(t" I'll tell It when I see the result of .

Jrlatlo! "Er- t am agent here," stammered Graham's Injuries."
i a Graham "Yes, I know one as good as yours, S l

IllUe. "Oh,' we know that. You keep yer but it won't be time to tell It lintll Funeral if Director E nter

l mouth shut We'll do the rest." yours is told. And, papa, won't you

j>"0 one "I won't submit to robbery, If that la be surprised?" ,I '
i refused what you mean," said Graham \ "Um-not a lot," said the president -and- '

"Robbery, eh? Won't submit, eh? e a e e e e e Acknowledged to be The Best Machine on the Market 7'

lIDs as / Well, young feller, ye don't look much i The other two stories were told. Gra- Embalmer ,
Slcholns1 like a" fool. Under the circumstancesI ham Is now second vice president, Lightest Shift, Lightest Running. The Champion Speed Writers of the Worlduse

Boa takes ') wouldn't advise yer to be one even It which was Delaine's story, and Nan la '..'. it. More Fay-Sholes useu in Pcnsacola loan[Ian} other single make
|]ie ye do know how. I've got two partners his wife which was Nan's. Now Miss Dotb licensed by tbo'State to embalm n

ge from and the first yawp out of ye will Jones goes to see Mrs. Graham and and prepare jfr bodied for shipment. See it Before Buying.

rough meal; agame o' shootln big. Now, travels In a private Pullman with the \' >< \ "t
1 grandly second vice., presidential guardianship : :, Lady assistant. l
Jim.
., v.;.- R. C, DAVIS State Agent.(
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Another fellow *came !lu and went for her safety. \' k' : ,'" .

through Graham's pockets. I CHAS. ,B. KENDALL,. Local Agent, 1
|8clent "Now, young teller" said the leader Plowluir With Oxen. r
Pllilae" There can be little doubt that the ox kAt the Tropical Sun, WEST PALM BEACH FLA '
after Jim had deposited an express revolver GEO :HASLEHURST & SON
P nl l study on the table, "Just tell us the was. the earliest beast employed for '
though combination to that safe" the plow. A white bull and a white + I g I

I'lh' the "I refuse" cow were,yoked together to draw the Contractors and Builders l7 I

r." bird, "What did I say about bein',a fool? furrow for making the walls of Rome. p, O. BOX 304 Five TrainsDaily
us, Say, I'll give you three minutes to Greeks and Romans employed,oxen (In Superb

PS. make up your m Ind. You'll either giveus plowing; asses only for Sandy soils. i' f t
Picking the combination or I'll put a'hole When the plowman bad finished\ hla

>)mi9h through you. Now, one." day's labor he turned the,Instrument L. A. WILSON '
ninejo, Graham was silent upside down and the oxen went hom'adragging .. '
Ii Jim was workwg- at the afe. The Its tall and handle over the JlI.'NUI'Al'TUltER Ol"
'auteuess third came hi and grinned at the picture surface of the (ground a scene described and'Sho'as Throe to_ the East and Two 'to the West, via ,

II> those, Graham made : by Horace. Boots
i." be said The yoking ,together of ox and ass
|] 'Pretty.boy, :
forbidden by the law of
Ise "Three"Graham was expressly '' Atlantic Coast
ost opened his mouth to speak. Moses and 1 la made the ground of a ludicrous 'Repairing(In All Kinds of Lea'te- Line ,

lugs. comparison bys I'lautus. Ulysses
"Ain't no use snyla anything unless Goods Neatly Done M '. '
II when he feigned madness In orderto .. .: !
wI>r< It's the combination." it'nViA '" 'Kfr-1 :{ n 4
r,32)>, thd! '''A V, kill him. We can blow open avoid going on the Trojan expedition New York and Florida Special leaves Jacksonville 19:30: p. m. daily',:. ex..Sunday"
a the plowed with on.ox and a home Into Tap"ned' Buckskin
safe. ) Florida and West Indian Limited, lv.. Jacksonville 8:55 a. m, .daily r i 4
Graham knew that these men meant together. '/c J. ". I '
; New York Exp"reS8luves Jacksonville 8,05; a. m. dally tb,+
The: 'business. They would could see as soon his revolver take a The No---.r--r StartThe k{: "and HorseMfle Shoes Chicago sod Florida Limited leaves: Jacksonville .. 9 30 a. m. dally".l(: '
: life as eat. Ho la exactly In toe;with .
north star Dixie
leaves
Flyer Jacksonville
I II' New : : lying where Jim bad placed it I 1oo p. m. da1lr"I",; r.
la to
Mis the poles of the earth-that tar, -t 1' .
." who If 'only he could divert the leader'sattention It Is exactly north of the earth-whtea ,XFOR,TENDER FEET /

IPerfect f" 'I while hit grabbed his own'revolver Gra-- Is the reason ;why Its position with. reference Olive St.-North of New 'Jefferson Bio :: Through: Sleeping i C'ras'to
: he would take a chance. to us does not change by, the IIP.. ,
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J.oot coward. He fixed his eyes .
lCl'\t. ham was no revolution of the. earth upon Its axis, v .

moia), "*or ( 'on the door, behind nodding the to leader.some imag-The The reason Its position does not teem RICHMOND, Agent N>w 'Y rk. Chicago; tnifl ,8f. Louie; also new 'Hlnepiug Car Service to
inary person 'the' annual revolution ofthe
to change by '
vent Augusta'Ua. leaving Jacksonville at B"o; ; f'
bandit} Idugbed l earth around the tun la that It f* : a. in. .,, '
111:11.\\1, .but' l "See that'Bill? lie don't know how so many billions of miles away that Perrine Grant ,Land Compant ''For PnllmniTtUBfrrvntions and Full luforuaatjon! write, ;

.Id that ttfck.. Is, Young: feller, that the difference In, direction, from differ- '' i'
ra! wbl HEAI; ESTATE.CUTt FRANK nOYLSTOX '
: 'old before you were- born. C District Passenger.Agent
egplly) frlck was .'ent points of the earth's, orbit Is Imperceptible ,
llvfr! nit another. Graham "I- R.;FtOR/DA .J ackl'loII' \ FaTltE '
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1 Mrs. L. Constantine Is showing a f,. : -
? paragraphs ofInterest I THE SI'JRKIN CO.
,new 'line of shirt waists at greatly

Is tho time to
reduced prices. Now

Joeal: : I select your Easter hats. I

-- i Southeast storm warnings were I

/ Huyler'scandiesBroadwell'&Moore 'hoisted Monday from Jupiter to New i
{ Our First
lI8Tt or
dimming. 9-13-tf north of here yesterday. In the after- .' Anhouiy'sCUT

Died, at Elwyn, Pa., on March 16, :noon the winds were very high In, this

IT 'youngest daughter vicinity and toward nightfall there was
1906, Honey, aged ,
i ol John Brown, of Hypoluxo( Fla. a decided fall In the mercury.: -
Cut Rate Sale
I Notwithstanding tha high winds
} 'H. 0. Milton, of Fort Lauderdale, f..
yesterday afternoon,
that preval\od
In. the \
baa been spending several days
the ladles of the City Improvement

city.Tate' Spriiixt mineral water Broad-I sum Association from their netted Ice a cream very snug and little cake It would take all the 'newspapers PRICE

well & Moore '- sale in the park, which, will go Into in the city to tell you all the .SALEJ

Mr. W. J. Green left last night :for the general improvement fund.

Stuart In the Interest of the Brotherhood I Mrs. A. It.: Stephens expects to leave good things we have on sale, such as

r, of Man.Attorneys next Monday for her former home in
I
Geo. G. Currie, C. -O.Chllllngworlh Rome, Ga., where she will -be Joinedby Ten per Cent 'Off on the W. L. Douglas

I H. B Saunders and Professor Stephens at the close of Shoes and Monarch Pats.

Monday In Miami the school term here. Professor and
W. I. Metcalf spent
1/t The reduction on 'all the Men's Ladies' NOW ON atPalm'
In atendance upon Circuit Court. 1 Mrs. Stephens will spend the summerat ,
'\\' his home In Columbus, Ga.I ,and Children's Shoes, Hats and Shirts. ,
F. Egerton & Co have recently SUP-
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\. plied their Banyan Street business I (Miss s Kathryn Lamping returned Children's Suits and Pants at One-third Off

,. Block with Babcock fire extinguishers, I Monday evening from Miami, where regular, price. ,

'. which have been located In conven- ,she went in the capacity of assistant Fair two See the line of Shoes in our window ,at
of the : County
I j lent places on both floor of the build I I weeks manager ago.. Since pade the close of the $1.50 per pair; worth double the price. '

I Ing.FOR J Fair, she has been the guests of Beach Stor
RENT-Large furnished room Fiends 'AItE"V; ITISMSMen's
i in the Magic City.
v in private house- South anil east exposure. I ,
rr r Five irjtnutes. walk from post- {1 ''Miss Florence Jordan, who has for

office. Bath and electric light Price several weeks! been the guests of $10 and $12 Suits for and Boys' Hats

moderate for the summer. Address I friends at the Heckert cottage, left $6.60

postofflce box 175 I yesterday morn, g for Tennessee to OnTuMerjTo.l, $1.50. $2 and $3.50
spend a few weeks before returning
B1ltmnreCearn. Broad: well & Moore Qualities for $1.25
: to her home in St Joseph, Mich. Mr. $12.50 to$15 Suits for
.:' Rev. F. W. Weatherwax, pastor of the and Mrs. A. R. Beaujou entertained a I $8.50 Cheaper kinds for 48c
'j i Congregational church,' left yesterday .
:number of young friends Monday On Tnble 2 .
1 morning for, Mt. Dora, where he went i evening In honor of Miss Jordan, who l'IV' Men's and Boys' Shirts t r--

to atend the annual meeting of the has become quite popular in social $lQ to $18 Suits for :,

Association Congregational Churches circles during her stay in the Cottage $1S.5O 75c,,$1, $1.26, $1.50 ,.-... ,d' .
of Florida. He will return on Fri I '\.
City. On Table No. 3 Shirts for 48c .

day. I I Attention Is directed to the advertisement .... ', .
Mr. Karl Kettler Jr., hag sold his of Abrams & Miller, blacksmiths i
I Terms NET CASH While Sale Is On I.
pair of prize-winning pigeons to (Mr. and wheelwrights, who have .

J. K. Dorn, of Miami, aa a result of I,, recently opened a brand new :chop on: I .

the fine appearance made at the Dade l Poinsetta street, just north of the city I II : r

( County Fair. The price paid was $100 building. Both members of this new

but the pigeons were the very ''finest firm are experts in their line, and they THE SIRKIN CO:

; ever seen in Florida. I have Installed the very latest machinery .

PIERCE'S BICYCLES at Cummings. and are well equipped for business. Jefferson Block West Palm Beach
,
Clematis ave opposite bank, West Palm :1 A special feature will be the manufacture -

Beach. 1 of tools, which feature is destined D. HLLEN

i Mr. Joel A. Dean went to Miami I, to meet with popular success in ,this

r Wednesday, having been, called to 1 j section. Due Cent< For Sale /

serve as a Juror in'yhs! Circuit Court I
Sun
As was stated in The Tropical
,I, this week. He will be'one of the-,Jurors Is Real Estate Agency
Baker
of Saturday, Capt. Geo. B. a ,
hear the against the A-VVORD
to case negro
!', candidate for the office of County i
with the murder of Mrs. Suggs
charged district -
i Commissioners from the second .
;' at Cocoanut Grove several months and his announcement to that Classified advertisements in thin col- Sherman's Point .
I word for each ill- / City Surbtirban and
ago I, effect appears in this issue, Capt serllon. ,

'ti County Tax Assessor, Geo. O. Butler, | Baker is too well known in Dade cash along with the order. I ,on Lake Worth
I
of 'Miami, was here a few hours Monday County to need any endorsement from Country Property for

I shaking hands with his numerous I, The Tropical Sun. As a public official MONEY TO LOAN. ., Near Best Fishing;
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1. friends. He will be here In an official '' he has proven himself worthy of every IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT J I Sale and Rents . .

capacity tomorrow and will remain confidence and aa a county commissioner you want to improve aud need money: .

until Saturday evenffig., when he will | the tax payers of the county to do It with apply to Geo. G. Cuiric, '
Went Palm Beach, Twenty-eight acres of Land eiilta
receive assessments from .all property need have no fear as to their Inter- 'r

I owners In this vicinity. I'ests.I ,PIANO FOR SALE. '-; ble for Pineapples; Frulta and Vegetables 1\ West Palm Beach. .Florida

FURNISHED ROOMS-Specially low I I Mr. H. B. Saunders who spent''Mon Cost $100, made by Haines & Co., ; 300 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit,

rates for furnished rooms from now day in Miami In the Interest of his Just as good as new. All silver strings S

t till December 1st. The hex, Clematis I candidacy for the office Ot clerk of with mandolin attachment. Will sell Oranges, ,Bananas i Ouavas-In full .

Avenue, next door to. The Virginia. | the Circuit Court, feels quite sanguine cheap. Must( be disposed of by first bloom.. One thousand feet cf Laktt

Mrs. :M. B. Weybrecht. 1m of success and says that he met with week'in April. Call at "The Northern"for I ,

Hon. J. W. Watson has announced I I much encouragement in the south end particulars. Iw I Front. Thirty-five large; Cocoanut

r himself as a candidate for Representative { of the county Mr. Saunders made an Trees. Shell Mound. Deoutifii I"",'.:""';':':.;"
Batteries and Complete Launch Supplied -' .
: from Dade county. Mr Watson excellent showing In the race for the ?
'I' at Fowler Bros. & Kla View.
has served this county for. the past county judgeship years ago, when I ..
Braes! Shafting; st. Fowler Bros. & .... ,
several years In that capacity, and he ran as an Independent Democratic -

"." with signal ability He has a host of I candidate, and he 'la making the race King's. ., ,. } ... .. ---- ._- ..
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friends here who will hope for the success for the clerkship this year on the same Remy Magneton, $15 oo. Best ,made,

of his candidacy-Klsslmmee platform, having come out of ,his own at Fowler Bros. & King's. '4r''At'aBdrgain':
I!, ': Valley-Gazette. I accord and independent of all politi- The Americus Fertilizers
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Max Sirkin, the well known clothier cal factions, stating that he believes .

and shoe has in a quare deal for all.
man, Inaugurated a 'I Louisville & NshvillcBEST '
genuine cut-rate sale of clothing and Mr. Paul C. Jones has decided to I BOX 155, West Palm, Beach, Fla Vtgetuble, Fruit and Vine Orange Tree

shoes, as will be seen, from his extended I offer for the office of County Com- 1 '1 and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been
missioner from the second district, F3aiiroad HI "
announcement In which fibres urn ; .
used on'Florida
successfully soils for
given on;the last page of this Issue of subject to the action of the Democratlo many

The Tropical Sun. Slrkln has some ![ primaries, and his official announce- AUGUST STOCKER years.For'. any information call on or ad-

splerAlld values that are goIng at ment will be found in the column lof LINE'TOBirmingham High-Class Experienced dress

figures that will astonish purchasers. political announcements in this issueof .; -, v
The Tropical Sun. Mr. Jones needsno B. M. POTTERFLAT
Nashville
Lathe work on brand and steel at Cam* Shoemaker
Custom
mlngs. 4-i3-tf. introduction by The Tropical Sun, ,,
as he Is among the oldest residents and I IRON, BUILDING West Palm Beach Fla
Rev. Henry Hlce, pastor of the I Memphis Knoxville
.tax payers In the city, and has a large !
Methodist has 'the lib- Fine
church placed Boots a dShoe&Madc.i Order
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following of friends and supporters
'rary association of the throughout the county, who will come to uis villeCi n cin nati. .
under obligations by presenting to the '
to his aid on the 15th of May. He Is Repaii ing Neatly Done
of that Institution
library a set of [
well qualified to serve as commissioner -I St. Louis Chicago Hea1 for
"Masterpieces of Eloquence, which 'w. Comfort.Rubber .
and if elected will make an
heola make ahnee nnlnaloim and relievethe
valuable wortc was edited by Senator
able official. and pre.aure on feet itniJ anklea. Lire..eiutlnr West Palm
Henry Cabot Lodge. The set contains whim rubber heels l are need. a civimliloratinn nf Beach
Mr. Sam O. Fills, chief deputy clerkof Importance In pnbllu "ulhlln"bote" I", the how
something like fifteen volumes, and Is ,
All Points North and WestRoute pital I the the school.room where nmssIaobfertlon.hlo
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very much appreciated by the school. the Circuit Court, was. here from Rubber heel diminish i>ercvptibly >
I the Jar lnnrdent to
Miami Sunday, shaking hands with his aver hard aurfnnva,' and mike walking a oonmnuvntliving or running
Town
Tale mineral 'Rroad-
Spring water in nerve torn. Lots.Choice
many friends and looking after his Interests .
iI well & Moore of the Famous Tourist Tram' Clemati venue, opposite. Drannlng Brother.
as candidate for the office of Dry Coodn Houw
(Miss Anita Canova; who has] been
clerk. Mr, Fitts has Just returned & Florida Limite'd"Only
acting In the capacity of planlste, in "Chicago "
from Chicago where he has success- Residence Lots
the Royal Polnciana 'dancing class FOWLER BROS. & KING
fully undergone an operation In the Solid Pullman Train to the West
since the opening of that house in Presbyterian Hospital, and he is now with Observation, Library and Dining .' ,
January, left yesterday morning for Car. MACHINE SHOP
looking and says,he Is feeling .better
her home in Miami. Miss a is Leaven. 8t Anffuatlna 8:10. from $200
Cato several than in years .Mr. (FKU authorizedThe Lt!.......Jnok.niTille ,-, 8:1JO..m.m.dally dally GAB ENGINE up, *,
anticipating an outing of' REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
I Arrlvea Chloaoco0 elOpmnertda
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Tropical Sun to state that he ex-
weeks at Soldier Key and after Arrtvw Be.LOUI. r 1:10 Po m.near dur ALL KINDS of LATHE and 8H PER WORK one-third cash balance semi-annual
pected to start at Stuart this week and by
'pending a few days with! her parentsIn go the entire length of the county, installments accordIng
the Magic City, will join a partyof Through Sleepers lo operated on' A. GAS ,ENGINE SUPPLIES on reasqnable time,
meeting every voter possible In the in- C. L. 8:05 p.,til. Train Jacksonville I : to
price of lot.
friends and to the ,
go Key I treats of his candidacy. He did not St Louis and Chicago.PaMnforamtlon FOR SALE; ,

Bilttnore Cream Broadwell & Moore say that he expected to kiss every .. For plata! and information apply to a

FOR SALE-New furniture, only baby in the county. But Sam can Near Ferry Lending Lake Front
la ralea to all pcinta
been used six months. Must 'be sold come as near doing that as anyone an4 W...,,.0b."I.ai...,'d oil inforrotioa North oall WEST PALM BEACH .. FLORIDA WALLACE R. MOSES,

by April first. Can be seen any morning else, and as this Is a white primarythe !on sill Tlnkvl' Agent or addressnEU,1y HEARING. ,Agent Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.

before 10( o'clock or any evening pill would not be nearly 80 bitter Fle.. P.... ....o J..and N.R.R., (One MhiutoCoughCo West
: Palm
after 8 o'clock. Inquire W. Cotter, aa If he were a Repbllcan candidateand i 900 W..,Ba j se.,Jacksonville." Florida. Colds Beach Florida.
for.Gotfflhc, and Croup. '
night_ engineer water work 2tIf running In a general election I %
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