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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: April 4, 1906
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00130
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brings to Public Attention Re- To be Held at Atlantic-Pablo

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[ One of Most Prosperous Terms in History of sources of Florida's Very Beach April 9th to ith. Tells of His Political Experiences and IncidentallyTalks


Institution Will. End. Much Interest in Best County.The Grand Events., of Pineapple Crops in North End I



Currie Medal Contest. following correspondence will I Official circulars have been issued( of Dade County. a" *I {

give some faint 1 Idea of the great vol- announcing the annual spring auto til
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of benefits that the I 1
ume accrue from
meet at Atlantic-Pnbbo Beach, commencing
fair held each In Dado I
county
Tuesday, May 1st will mark the clos- ure. His pleasure at the progress made spring next Monday' April 9th and While In the Presbyterian HospitalIn and the temptation to again get busy 't
and also shows some of the Interest I 1 ,
| Ing for the term of the city schools, during the term was quite evident. taken in the enterprise by citizens. of continuing until and Including Thura- Chicago I noticed In the County with my "Faber" was so great I could t s

ind In many respects it can be truthfully Principal Stephens yesterday re- West Palm Beach: day, the 12th. i Press that a number of gentlemen had not think of anything else and ere my
,
Therewill be events rll ;
twenty-seven ul
said on that date the most prosperous 'quested The Tropical Sun to urge the Mr. Geo. O. Currie for announced their candidacy for'Clerk of clay's labor was over this desire was )y
and bicycles
parents of the city to see to It that automobiles motorcycles -
term that the institution has West Palm Beach. and In addition to the races the ClrculVCourt and I urged my surgeons positively irresistible, so I threw poll- 1
their children attended school during
will to end. Dear Sir:-Find enclosed premium there will be trials Mr. to tics to the and made mindto '; fi
>vcr enjoyed come an the last month of the term, during [, air-ship by discharge me as soon as pos- wind up my
award for 25.00 for Dade county fair
In point of numbers, the city schoolsave which time they might receive untold Chas Hamilton in the aeroplane. sible In order that I might come home write another article on the great
which I won by exhibiting 36 varieties.
I Atlantic Beach is the seaside
> this term, like the tourist sea- benefit. During the busy winter season mall new and look out for my Interests It was plneappfe section of the Banner County. ;j
Kindly me check etc.
on, been somewhat( under the average in many Instances, it has been Yours truly l resort on the Atlantic Ocean, twenty not long after this request was made Then another trial beset me; what

ut when all conditions are taken Inc for parents to take their boys miles from Jacksonville, reached by I
necessary publication In the county would I "askleave"
WALTER W ALDIN.Mr. the Florida East Coast Railway. Trains that Dr. Joseph F. Smith said to me, ,
consideration the Institution has
i and from school aud find
girls employ-
In this I Walter Waldin I start from and arrive from the union that I was now a well man and could to print this In? My former i,
cen prosperous even respect. men for them, but now that the season ,
i t
Fernvlew Farm station In Jacksonville and resuriie friend owned the Tropical Sun when I ,
H i the matter of accomplishment, It la at an end, It would be well for par- I passenger return home and my daily t
\Miami Fla. make connection with the trains of all
Its roll and had aided In
was on pay
as been almost a phenomenal term, ents and patrons to heed ProtessorStephens' labors.
''My Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge lother' lines entering Jacksonville The
r the grncle of work that has. been advice and let the childrenget I reached Miami the morning of the getting the Miami Record to castits'
receipt of Mr. Blackman'a certificateand of the Florida East Coast '
one i was never better in fact never at least one more month of school- Continental lot with the people! ofjhts great county r ,
and found that several of
14th
to hand herewith check Hotel is and visitors inst t
you my System now open i
Unite so good( and for this moat [, ing. I so which paper would I user After 1 i isl
credit"graU-1 for $25.00 which I think you won fair- will be cordially welcomed by Mr. H. my political friends who formerly had t jil
ing result much Referring to the closing exercises a wrestling with, the matter and turn- ''
ly at the Dade county fair The thir- 'E. the ,
Bemis manager. aided me, were now supporting another yv ,,1
pl'nclpal Professor who has' e '
Stephens great deal of interest is being takenIn
ty-six varieties which you exhibited, I The Florida East Coast Railway, Ing It over and over In my mind I. 1 1I
on untiring In hU efforts to. bring the oratorical and declamation con- candidate but I also found many of I "' r
and which I saw, were certainly a with Its accustomed liberality, has offered concluded that I would stick to my
fca school up to a higher standard o( test, which will be by no means the my loyal friends who were as staunch '
creditable showing and spoke volumes for this event the low rate of first love, and would give my screed
lucatlon and morality He has had least .Important feature of the event. and as true as they were In the long I
for your industry and enterprise and !lone fare for the round trip plus 25 to ,
esupport of a most excellent faculty. As is well known Air. Oeo. O. Currie ago. From some I would hear that It.Mr. feS'H. '
for the fertility of the soil in the cents and tickets will be sold April : Corbett met us at his whar( and *
|id the harmony among the members has offered four medals In this contest the farmers in the country precincts MIIC '
county of which you help to make us 8, 9 and 10, limited to return April 15th. after we finished assuring each, other ;,
the faculty that has prevailed this for the girls and boys of the senior were now against me; others would '
proud.As Attention Is directed to the new advertisement I that Father Time had dealt kindly *}r'' + a IT}' '
rill Is exceedingly gratifying. The and junior grades. Active prepara- tell me they were just as staunch and, u
a special favor I would like to of Max Slrkln the well with us, we began ,to talk crops and
irons of the school and the citizens tions have already been commencedby as true to the principles which I have I i t ht a
know from you whether In your experience -I known men's outfitter, which appearson the Improvements he had made on his it :
West Palm Beach In general unite the boys and girls who propose to advocated from the time I cast my first
mixed farming pays. It has occurred the sixth. page of today's Tropical plantation and I completely forgot that a
the hope that Principal Stephens enter the race and It promises to become I' vote for Tilden and .Hendrlcka up to ?
to me from the series of acci- Sun. As will be seen the twenty percent I was a candidate; however a Knight'
81 i be Induced to return next fall and quite spirited. the present, as ever "The Old Guard"were
dents that have at times befallen off sale will last until and in- of the Grip sometimes commonly cal- y.a ,
J-iln take up the work which he has Another prize that has been offered to Napoleon. Well I thought the
growers of one vegetable in Dade coun- cluding next Saturday. Slrkln Is offering led a "drummer" was with ua, and he
j ably begun. Is one'by Mr. H. S. Miller In penman- matter over and the Idea occurred to b
ty-one year being.a blight, the nexta some real values and his store handed iMr. Corbet card, at the same or r
e closing exercises will be held ship and great improvement along me that the best way to find out what r''
frost, the next a flood and perhapsthe has been a busy scene the past two time assuring him that his (the drum- ,,
ramenclng on Monday April 30th this line has already become manifest. my old friends Intended doing for me r ax
next a glutted market-that, If weeks since the sale was Inaugurated.His !. mer's) house was just the one to ship 4 Y
d 1 will continue over Tuesday, when It has been suggested that some of this time was to go out among them
there were a variety of vegetables suits are the correct thing, and I t his "pines" to. At this juncture [ came -f
o term closes. The and title and then I would know. In times past s
regular term ex- the public spirited patrons < ''
grown by each, farmer, out of his variety his special sale Is genuine. 'to earth again, and handed Mr, Cor
|>In tlons will be held the last four I ens offer prizes tor the best essay and when tjhe Tropical Sun was flying a ,' / ; h r '
one vegetable would< surely pay and I bett my card, and what he said to me, ,
ye 1 of the week preceding the clos- Ibis matter should be considered at Easter flag of distress I joined the fortunes
the loss the at this tt'
thus make up for on I don't Intend to put in print
date. of that and It devolved upon me
'' the of the chool are paper
'once, as pupils others. I would like to have some one iMIsa Ponce will give her customers : time for there are five other good
[ounty Superintendent\ Hall This to help Its owner and do so quickly.
R. E. anxious to. contest for a prize.
who haa given it a test to write me her usual Easter reduction beginning I looking young men running for the v ll
up from Miami Thursday and Frl- would have largely to do with the ; i I The' editor asked me to make a tripto
whether or not my theory Is correctIn Thursday, April 6th. Under The Palms, same office which I am trying to get, '
r of last week and and it the Northern part of the county I'
made the school exercises
'of the closing
success actual practice. It has been told West Palm Beach Fla.BARGAIN and I don't want them bothering Mr.
Ivlult Inspecting every department Is hoped that the suggestion wilt be solicit subscriptions and advertise-
me that the same calamity that spoiled -- Corbett or any other of my friends on eAi

I giving! Us attention to every feat- speedily acted upon. one vegetable spoiled all, and that SALEOf ments; also write descriptive articles the banks of the placid St. Lucie, h
of each plantation I visited. The success -
when a man divides his attention to Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons ; while they are ao busy 'with their ;i .
of this trip Is past history and I l
the needs of different vegetables he Alligator Hand Bags, Purses and crops; hence my silence on that point. ; 4v1.-i.
emurrer Was technical. I will ,only say for the information ot

r I The history of this case the first does not give any vegetable all the I Pocket Books, Burnt Leather Souvenir those who have come here since that Bidding ''Mr. Corbett goodbye, we next

Overruled I one filed to test*the validity of the attention It should have. I would, like Goods at prices LOWER THAN THE I[ time that I ran subscription list landed at the wharf of Mr. Harry ,

If the be successfully LOWEST. that gentleman was not at home ,
which the drainage to know argument can Dyer;
scheme under up to a greater number than .ny news-
I be briefly summed refuted by one who has had E. A> WALKER, (I I but Mrs. Dyer received us, and while n
udge< i board Is acting, may paper In the county had attained \up to
James W. Locke, in the Unit- I actual experience.In Jefferson Block West Palm Beach. the aforesaid "drummer" was telling
up as follows: that time.

Slates circuit court ,ye terdQ: handdowa I The Southern States Land .Timber\ 'acknowledging receipt of this I I While deliberating what section I her what a good commission house his b ; t 1 .

I would be pleased to have Turkey' for setting $1.00 I was I was renewing my acquaintancewith
a decision .. complaint' given in check you eggs per ,
Bled as selected the North
overruling the defiled ,Company I would first visit, I i' r,
I'1'8r by the attacking the validity also name the thirty-six varieties so dozen. W. R. ,Moses, West Palm I two Miss Dyer, who was a little .tot I(f' g
defendants in thee detail at the time end of the "Banner County for '
of the law and that I may use the information for the I j Beach, Flal when I first .saw' her six years ago ;I.. -
Southern drainage
States Land & of the special reasons: First: that section had. a '
"her of but who is now great big girl. I + '
benefit all I a
Company vs. Napoleon B. alt acts under It, and praying the United candidate tor the "office to which I
'coward" ,Again complimenting you on, the excellence For Sale Very Cheap think she had something to tell her 1 << 4i 7
u governor, et aI, says the States circuit court Injunction aspired, who was then, and is now). (I
"w-Unlon. of your: exhibit as well as the Launch, 23 feet in length and 10 feet I father when he got home which I
I[I and relief. The temporary injunctionwas hope) both a political and personal

h' order allows the defendants un- granted by Judge Locke variety, and hoping that 'yOU may ], beam. 3 1-2 horsepower, Fay .ft.II \ (II friend and I wanted to see what he I i would be delighted for. him to do, but

rule day for moved to dls- compete for the premium which I pro- Bowen engine; one lighter, 27 feet in then again all I said to Miss Hazel. ,
May In :which, to, plead Then the defendants I I had done to my political fences while
"her to the this den- pose offering as an annual affair, I ani, length and 12 feet beam. Built one Is strlytly private. Our next call Wall 1
bill but was and
of the.
complaint miss the Injunction : I was absent from county
It I(,I Yours what :
action. wm, now be. taken ,,,,led 'the court deciding on one point< second: I wanted to again visit the
the ,GEO. O. CURRIE. Lauther, West Palm Beach. who lives within a atone'a. throw. of ,
governor and his board of alone that the law was unconatltptlon- J'I'I good people i of this section who, had
oage I I Miami Fla., March 3, 1906. iMr. C. E. Duller. By this time the '
commissioners, can not be al, and the Injunction was continued been my friends, when I certainly I
ed. An appeal order of the court. Mr. Oeo. G, Currie. I NOTICE.. lat I aforesaid Knight of, the Grip had
may; De carried: at pending the further needed them. So Tuesday got
i to I, Those $25 curled hair mattresses awakened to the tact that although'
the hleher'court.., I la, an effort [f Then came the filing of the demurrer Dear Slr-I: beg to acknowledge I|on the train In this city and alighted ;
I from the guest rooms of the Royal : he Philadelphian he hid. In. it
'eras the decision of Judge Locke i, and the argument thereon, and yesterday receipt of $25.00 which you so generously I I In Stuart the last station In' Dada was a

the defendant offered for Dade county fair. Poinciana Hotel are now on sale at '' this cracker run up with a man,, .who '
may, eleci to, plead the decision overruling It. 'County as one leaves this great coun-
have McQInley 'Bros. Co., opposite school could beat him talking,, so while Will
the thanks. I think that mixed
: case, which grows out of Mane jtyV At the station 1.met a number ot
wnor Broward's pet scheme to j I farming must certainly pay better than house;and can be had for a short time my old friends among them Noah Dyer and I were telling each other'how

o at same price as they were sold for on glad we were, to again meet'on
,
the, Evergladtlll, 'tried ,: its Indian Motorcycle, one or only a few varieties aa" (first) I Parks and to all of them'' confided

in and Pushed to float hearing.ion. and tri can ,t Cummings, Agent, at one>can grow them better In rotation the Munyon lot$5 and $S, spot cash. the Information that I was up there [the banks, of the! beautiful, St. Lucle,.

h eo. In tile event of a Decision ad- I I West Palm Beach._ (second) some vegetables .are more Call there and make your selection tf "pollyUckln; ," I immediately got busy Mr. "Drummer" hiked It over. to iMr

e to Chiller's and ran off hIs story uninterrupted
the Immune from frost, drouth and excessive and arranged with Mr. Parks'to take
defendants,
apduo. othO '
I P058111 { (Mr. Z. T. llferri of Buena Vista, rain (thlrdone) may be dirt cheap I varieties and alone but just as soon as,, }
owing to the decision ; mustard; 2 varieties; beets; me up tee South Fork.,of the St. Lode

age Locke to the effect that 'the has been In the city a couple of days and the others high in price; of course, 2 varieties; eggplants, 1 variety; green where' t had a number of old friendsI I bove in sight, h.. grabbed Mr. Guiles! y

I le tincon.tltutlonal. an appeal will looking! after h.ll. interests: as candidate it will: not pay to raise too many varl- beans 1 variety, } wax beans, 1 variety; wanted to electioneer with. When by the hand! ,. and, after,doing tile pump

I handle act back ., Will .
to Dyer's.Nona
11I011 ran
!be carried to the higher for the office of Clerk of the eties. asparagus; 1 variety; sweet potatoes I we came'In' sight'of the first plantation I )

t It, and tile CUe finally dleJlC8ed? of. .Circuit, Court. Mr. Merrltt, Is conic I have this winter: mad. two crops I 11 variety;, cassava; 1 variety; kohlrabi where we Stopped. (M*. C W. Cor- : need doubt- but what talking, ; we had '
to,
e demurrer'which Judge'" Locke .red' one of the* most feasible candidates on the lame land successfully; and I 11 variety rutabagas, 1 variety;. pepper! betfs) my memory reverted to the been doing considerable$ up

S led :yesterday was brought on In therace..and' his friends In think I can make three next winter on 'l 'yariety, : ; turnips, 1 variety; endive, days when, I first} visited 'him, and. do this point, but. our vsklpper'r broughtIt

llda alnuoet' purely technical and this end of the county are legion.. Tomorrow a larger scale. 11 tarletyj caul I flower; 1, variety} collards -. whatil mlgh.,-'I 'couHiinot! frame up, all to an end by reminding: u*, thatIf a ,

and III it thtlre w. nothing that be 'expect to"commence an The varieties I had on exhibition ] 1 variety;', carrots,,. 1 variety? what\ In:: vulgar parlance Is called apolitical we wanted any, dinner we had bet

l t bf Ruble north, end oftfo* grrat. tomatjoea I., varieties; Irish parsley 1 variety*' celery 1 variety. spiel to.make him but In.ijplteof ter be. hunting-the.. Stuart Hotel, My' 3))
t. ID, alp: aeny. active!, ,Canvas/) Ui the< ,, : ,, ,, ,. .
,. .. well the "Drummer's" .
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I appetite as ,
were 5 varieties i lettuce 5 varieties (iroots'traiy ,,-
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potatoes, : that I 'i'
hI"4'that Qeetthe Isis. county and will' take In the field from I 1 myself, remembered the fact 'fl',1, .' '''

,j s ** .., .a.e' those'' entirely Stuart down. ; radishes. 3 varieties;, cabbage 2 WALTER, WALDIN., ",wan once a so-called .newspaper.man,. '"',' 1 .,.I _....... .. r.... ,. .. ',\,,: ''j

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PAHE; SIX THE TROPICAL: ST'N' WEST: PALM BE',\CII, BXORIDA SATURDAY, MABOH'' 8J 1908

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of Batteries And motorboat supplies of allkin.l
paragraphs
at Huffmttllcrs jjlfMr. THE SIRKINCO.

Goeal Interest and Mrs. L. J. Ballard and I .
"l '. 'I I. 1
daughter :Mien Ballard, will leave ,
--- Monday night for their home In Troy,

The people of Delray are Jubilant Pa., after spending the season in West

over the announcement that Mr. H. :M. Palm Beach.

r Flagler tho canning has deckled factory to there take and chargeof run I Mrs J. A. Peeler spending several 'our First Cut Rate S ale Anthony.s:

days this week with her parents, Mr. ,
it for a period of live yearn. This i
l and :Mrs. iM. W. Goode, 'at Ojus.I t'' I
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suroeSa .
meant five years of and prosperity I
for the farmers anfl( people of I The game of baseball that was to It would take all the newspaperstin tho Cityto
have been played on the) Royal Poin-
;} Delray. I clans diamond Thursday afternoon bet'wepn tell you all the good things we' have

Mr. Fred :S Di-wey of Wet Palm the West Palm Beach and Palm '
Beioh: was an'1 .t 1111'Isitor t In Doliay. Btwuih) : teams was postponed on ac on sJl.le.; such.as ,

1 count of the stormy weather. It la Ten Cent off alt the W. L. CUT PRICE SALE I
Bert L. K.-ipp of Boynton was a business not known when the contest will come per on t=

visitor In Palm Beach Monday. 'I'off.I, Douglas Shoes and flonardh i ,Pats. .

Me<;sril. Allun! and Cullen Pi'nce of : / "
Boynton WI"In this city on business. I j Huyler's Candies. B'oailwell & Moore The hjig: reduction' .:on all theMen's

I I|1 The social that Wall to have been
last Saturday.
Ladies' nndChildren's Shoes
I I, hold at The Palms Thursday night by ,"
Tats Sprlpii mineral water, Broad- the Ladles' Aid society of the Congregational Hats and Shirts. '
NOW ON at
well & :1t"orvCapt. church has been postponed! to

M. T. Reybold, formerly of ,, next Tuesday night at the same place. Children's Suits and Pants at
this city, but now living aboard his I ,
schooner, James T. Judge; just southof i I Lathe work|au" bra and steel BtCnmuilnxs. One-third Off regular price. I
It.
Palm Beach, Is In the city greeting 9.13
old friends and acquaintances.--(Miami I From all indications the public meeting See the line of Shoes in our \vindpw -

Metropolis. :; Sunday to be evening held at by,the the Baptist Woman's church Missionary at $1.50 per pair; worth double

Mr. and Mrs Grubb and son Perry society of the church will be the price. / PalM Beach Store

have returned to Miami after a short 1 well attended. The program will con- I"

trip 'to' 'Cuba and will leave, Monday ,slat of songs, readings, recitations and A FEW ITEMS ,
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for West Palm Beach before going 'remarks upon missionary topics. A ; ,

north' I collection will be taken for state mist I
$1O and $1S Suits for Men's and Hats A
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Boys'
have your bikes repaired at CumminusClematU sions. All are cordially invited. $6.50 .

eve! opposite honk. All work I
guaranteed g-13.tf \Vm. D. Van't Woud, proprietor of On TuMe No. 1 $1.50, $2 and $2.50
the Earman House, will leave the city
I for
Egerton &: Co. are having an electric $12SOto$15Suitsfor Qualities $1.25
,Monday' for Gray's Lake, 111., where he
light plant Installed on the lot In the Cheaper kinds for 48c
I will manage Rest Cottage, a well-ap- $8.50 t
rear of their placo of business and'will /
pointed and modern summer resorthosterly. On Table"No. 2. ,, .. .
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furnish their hereafter.
own light .;\11'. Van't Wood la distinctly $1'6 Men's and Boys' Shirts t '. ,., .
Blltmore Cream, Broad well & Moore.'I a successful hotel manager. As to $18 Suits fcr

George Zapf of West Palm Beach 1 proprietor of, the Earman House he $12.50 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.5O id

la In the city for a few days looking I made himself and his hotel deservedly On Table No. 3 Shirts for 48c "'L' I'::> '1 '1 .' "

after his extensive business interests popular. His many friends will regret ;tv..as V ctna.1 a.ctTS,1t: ,

In this part of the county. 'He paida ( I his departure and look forward to his Terms NET CASH While Sale Is On .' '" ..t, : .. '
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visit yesterday to hla saw mill at return at the opening of another season I. );
Perrlne and had a hard drive on hits ttae
I' return in the rain storm of Jast night. \ If a stranger comes up to !you:

Miami Record. I the Mr.Hotel Sidney Palm uMaddock Beach ,at the Palm owner Beach of, THE SIRKIN-CO. r Arid\ says; ""Well, well, how do you do?" on

The Initial number of the Florida Fla., is a guest of the (:Magnolia. Hotel, Slaps !your back--.gives !your hand' shake
: :
t Poultry and Agricultural Journal, en route to his New York home. Mr. Jefferson Block: West. Feilm $eachAVV.ORD "
n published at Tampa, has reached The I Maddock, who Is a great golf enthusiast And says: "Old Marwhat'll\ you take? a

Tropical Sun. The magazine seems to and an excellent player id stopping Asks after !yourwife avid'\ all the folks;
be rust the sort of a publication needed oft to 'take part in the golf tour- .
?} to cater to the classes for which it is naments at the St. Augustine Golf For SaeSherman's Offers a' cigar like the one he smokes; r''
one
Intended and the prospects for Its success Club links He that while 1
says Palm his
(Dne Cent Says !you: reserrble[ friend. Jim. Max, title
It'
seem very bright. Beach did not have the season dida

a BiUtnorp Ceam, Broad well &MooreAll year ago, still the Palm Beach season L And wants !your: views or\'\ the' Drainage Tax-- itu

Is always good, and that the past .. l ,
of the public schools of Dade ---- Point, Please stop !your: work and listen, well en
one exception The hotel will
was no Classified adverii'! "ients in this col-
I county that opened last August closed open about Christmas next season, umn at one cent j>''' word for each in Lake Worth To all the 'nice things he has to tell;
yesterday. These schools were Cocoa- sertion. Count tinrds. and send the on ) ,
nut Grove, Lemon City, Delray and under the same proprietorship. Many cash,along with the or 'er. .I For fya's 'not a dealer in real estate, e91id
Improvements are already contemplated Near Best
West Jupiter. The term of each of Fishing tl
for next year. The hotel will be /MONEY TO LOAN. Nor a bunco marl' but A CANDIDATE.DWIGBT .
these schools was most successful and .
"
re-painted and re-furnished throughout
the attendance larger than ever. YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT raI
and} be made up-to-date in every respect. IF you want to improve and need money Twenty-eight acres ol Laid sntta \ Iron
H. J. Burkhardt, a prominent 'busi .-St. Augustine Record. to do it with apply to Ceo. G. Cuirie. ble .
for'Pineapples{Fruits and Vegetables We
-
ness man of West Palm Beach, Is West Palm Beach. ; i
transacting business in the city today.Air. Joe Nathan, a well known colored e ; 300 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit f ''I tits
man of Miami, was killed by an explosion -I PIANO FOR SALE. ; y b,
Burkhardt made welcome call
a / KCCGRPeal
at the office of the Evening Record. of dynamite early Monday Cost $400, made by Haines & Co., Oranges Bananas, Guavag-ID full i alit

Miami Record, Wednesday. morning on Plantation Key where he just as good an new. All silver strings bloom. One thousand feet cf Lake Estatt: ably
1gent
was at work as a member of a Florida i
d Hartford tires No 77, t3 oo each, at East Coast Railway extension crew. with mandolin attachment. Will sell Front. Tbirty- ve large; Cojoan'ut: ones
cheap. Must be disposed of by first
Gumming 9-13-tf The let-go occurred while he and his Trees. Shell Mound. Beautiful u w:
Miss Luolle Barnes has returned wife were sleeping in their tent and week In April. Call' at "The Northern" Len

'' from palm, Beach, where she accompanied the opinion is held quite generallythat I for particulars. lw View. ]oat

> her parents on a cruise. The a
he was murdered by enemies. Tin Batteries and Complete Launch Sup- oI
other members of family will return woman sustained slight burns. dal'Olin
plies, at Fowler Bros. & King's* -- -
here In a few days by boat, says the At : --
Daytona News. Mr George L, Bradley, president of I Brass Shafting, at Fowler Bros, & a Bargain
the Florida Coast Line and Transportation King's. \ The Americus Fertilizers
William Davidson, Jr., of Milton, company, more commonly ; rlel'I
deliberately laid his head qn .the Remy Magnetos |rj oo. Best made,
t known as the East Coast Canal company BOX 155, West Palm Beach tit
trucka in front of a Seaboard Air Line at Fowler Bros. & King's. Fla.
died Monday In Washington, D.
passenger train as it was pulling out C., where he had gone to undergo Vtgetable, Fruit and Vine, Orange Tree
:from River Junction (Monday night and Strawberry Fertilizers. Have been
treatment for Impaired health. He had
and was killed. No cause is .known been Louisville & AUGUST STOCKER successfully used Florida em
president of the company since NsJiYille, on soils for.many
for the rash ..
e act. 1904. It Is not believed that his death I High-Class Experienced yearn. For any information Tall on or ad-
A party of young people who went will In any way Interfere with the Piailros-d.: dress
T i to Palm Beach yesterday in an automobile work on the canal. '
Shoemaker dBe
q, returned this. morning at about Two barges owned by the R. T. Rosa BEST' LINE TO. Custom B. :M. POTTER dints
2 o'clock, having been most pleasant

i ly through entertained the town yesterday'and last with night trips with Contracting en route to Miami Company lie of stranded Jacksonville on the, Birmingham, Nashville, Fine'Boots'. and Sno es Made to Order FLAT IRON BUILDING West' Palm,Beach, 'Fla rrer I Ie

beach, one about a. mile above Jupiter
oI
a dance tendered them by friends of
t c that city. Those In the party were Inlet and the other ,ten miles up the Memphis, Knoxville<:>> Repaiiing Neatly'DoneWear her
beach from Bear's Cut; while a large ,
Miss Maude Cfoachman, JVllsa Maude '
iron dredging dipper worth Rubber Heels fop Comro.t.Ru.h. .
probably Cincinnati
Mr Hugh Coachman, and Louisville ti DU I
Hampton
: .. heel make a'",.. noUoimi and relieve
;Mr]! Lennie Combs.-I.'Uaml (Metropolis, $2,000, and a propeller for the tug, the prewmire on..foot unit ankle. Life I Ie emiier he or
1 S. S. Brewster, are lost in ten fathomsof when rubber h ol.are uixicl. a cnn.lile..tlort of
b"t Wednesday St. Louis Importance In public building, hotel, the ho. }
nrFi water, ten miles above Bear's Cut. Chicago, pltnl.the library. the lI "uol'roo," where mumwnlijBiitliniiibla. lest Palm? Beach N1eMl
& liiiblxir heel dimlnluli ,
Huyler'a candles, Broadweli MooreIt The two barges began to leak badlyon and 1 lily the Jar!=I.nJ..to'D or running percvpti -

It now/ develops that George Sessions the trip down and, It being Impossible y.-r hard In nerve forua. :ooimequenlBaring .I > S ) .i t I- r. -* t''
1 the man arrested by' Officer for the tug to tow them farther, : All Points North and WestRoute Clematla- ..venue* Dry, oiinomte Goods. Houw Ur'annlng Brother Town Lots. Be
Granger at Rochelle a few days ago they were cut.loose and beached at the :

for Tom Hammond the escaped mur- points indicated. A large quantity of 1 '
derer of the Roberta family near Jacksonville valuable material was lost by one of : of the Famous Tourist Train verse

,,1 Biz year ago, is not the man the barges "turning turtle." An attempt "Chicago &: Florida Limited"Only FOWLER. I BROS. &, KINGMACHINE.SHOP Choice Resid'encLo.tsi.t1.
wanted, and, after having been held inn will be made to rescue the boat '

custody for seveial days, baa been released Solid Et tJm :D'Train ttfthe West, [ I. t.Jba.I'> i t. r ( a' ear
and returned to Rochelle where GRANTED ABSOLUTE with Observation, Library end Dialog .,.," ". I
DIVORCE. C. ' OA8"E NOIR REPAIRS ,SPECIALTY :fromlip' 11.n
be was employed by Knight & WlllUrne r. A ,
.(New York (March ao.-Brodle' LT Loave su;;: ulI'u.Uue' join ALL KINDS of LATHE and 8HAPEH. WORK ,
!', naval stores operators, at the a m dally II ii
Duke, the millionaire tobacco manu- LenrMjnoknonTllle" fc rf esaam.daly: >, one-third cash 'balance ,
;
semi-annual
time of his arrest.B Arrive Cbl..Kf' > :le p.m.next day by
facturer of Durham N. C., was granted Arrive 8L LouJ J >:iu p.m.nnxl day GAS ENGINE SUPPLIES .installments '
M. Pout, agent for Mapea.AmerU an absolute'divorce from his wife, on reasonable. time, ac ordooitngo' t Poe
cue. Armour's. Wilson & Toomcr's Alice Webb Duke, whom he married Through.Sleepers also operated on A. FOR SALE ,to.price of lot. I "..'"I l' ad8e

guano Pal uteri. ,Flat and... iron genuine. Building, imported' Peruvian" In;:.tWa'vC'V! December: 19. 1904. Nooun8el. C.eg:L.r._8:05...j_ .od.Cblca p. m. Train_..., Jacksonville-- to Near Frry Landing,Lake Front n 'Fur date'ah3 full Information apply to't' kar i ia
appeared/orMre.
Member.*,of the popular JJtopla ciubY Duke,, WE3T
PALM .
BEACH: ., FLORIDA WAL ACE e.kan
nd, their friends enjoyed a social ". R. WCQSSS f'

time fit the club'were house WednesdayvenJng. feature of A Bargain.A oa and.; For any W Information.Tlokel.i,*<]h Ajrent ilul....to OP,'d rate addrw full to Infarmalkon all pelage North call ., 4 i.i; :t JL Aggdq, ;FIorla.,5ai(| >a; Railway; Land Depa t'm.Dt.
the
Cards
't new 5-&. p. two ccley engine for OEO. J:. HKRR1NO. West Palm Beach '. ode
the event and the many who attended 'trij, at Potter's,Flatlron Building, West I iY7aPae' : i **.....L.net w; B, a.. ThlONET/t ,,. 1 -. '. .l ;"Florida:.; ':
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CLOSE ON MAY 1 IAnd I TO AUTO\ MEET REPORTER WRITES



Brings to Public Attention Resources To be Held at AtlanticPabloBeach

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| One of Most Prosperous Terms in History of of Florida's Very April i Qth to i2th. i Tells of His Political Experiences and Incidentally

Best County. Grand Events. ; ,,..
Institution Will, End. Much Interest in Talks of Pineapple Crops in North End t', ;"I, rj ;


Currie Medal Contest.Tuesday The following correspondence; will I Official circulars have been Issued of Dade County. u ,

give some faint idea of the great vol- announcing the annual spring auto a ., 'A

of benefits that from the I tI
ume a crue
meet at Atlantic-Pablo Beach, commencing ";.d'
county fair held each In Dade v
,
May 1st, will mark the closing ure. His pleasure at the progress made wring next Monday, April 9tn, and While In the Presbyterian Hospitalin and the temptation to again get busy 4
and also shows some of the interest I .
the term of the city schools, during the term was quite evident. continuing until and Including Thura- '
for taken in the enterprise by citizens. of Chicago, I noticed In the County with my "Faber" was so great I could 'a,' u)

[ nd! In many respects it can bo truthfully Principal Stephens yesterday requested West Palm Beach: 'day, the 12th Press that a number of gentlemen had not think of anything else, and ere my } f

said on that date the moat pros- The Tropical Sun to urge the IMr. Geo. G. Currie, 'for There automobiles-will be, motorcycles twenty-seven and events bicycles announced their candidacy ror'Clerl{ of day's labor was over this desire was ,, 'I
parents of the city to see to It that l
rous term that, the institution has their children attended school during West Palm Beach and in addition to the races the ClrculV Court, and I urged my sur- positively Irresistible, so I threw politics 4j "

>fer> enjoyed will come to an end. the last month of the term, during Dear Sir:-Find enclosed premium 'j I there will be air-ship trials by Mr. geons to discharge me as soon as possible to the wind and made up my mind ,
award for $25.00 for Dade county fair t
In point of numbers, the city schoolsave which time they might receive untold Chas Hamilton In the aeroplane in order that I might come home to write another article on the great 6, 4'''
which I won J>y exhibiting 36 varieties.
I(,
Atlantic Is the
Beach seaside
> this term, like the tourist a seam benefit. During the busy winter sea- Kindly mall me check, etc. '' new !and look out for my Interests. It was pineapple section of the Banner Coun- '

been somewhat under the average, son, in Instances, it has been resort on the Atlantic 'Ocean, twenty
many Yours truly, I' not long after this request was made ty. Then another trial beset me; what'd
miles from Jacksonville reached
ut when all conditions are taken In- necessary for parents to take their boys by
WALTER WALDIN.Mr. the Florida East Coast Railway Trains that Dr, Joseph F. Smith said to me, publication in the county would I "ask
| o consideration, the institution has and girls from school and find! employmen I
een. prosperous even in this respect < Walter Waldin, start from and arrive from the union that I was now a well man and could leave" to print this In? My former
for them, but now that the seasonIs j
Hn the matter of accomplishment, it at an end, it would be well for par- I Fernvlew Farm, passenger station In Jacksonville and return home and resume my dally friend owned the Tropical Sun when I 4'I

|as been almost a phenomenal teem, ents and patrons to heed Professor \Miami, Fla make connection with the trains of all labors. was on its pay roll and had aided in '
,My Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge"receipt other lines entering Jacksonville, The
r the grade of work that has, been Stephens' advice, and let the childrenget I reached Miami the morning of the getting the Miami Record to cast Its' '
of Mr. Blackman's certificateand Continental of the Florida East Coast
tun* was never better, in fact never at least one more month of school- lot with the people pfjhla great coon-
to hand you herewith my check Hotel System, Is now open and visitors 14th Insti, and found, that several of
.
iiilte! so good and for this '
( most gratiBlng ing. t
which would I
ty so ? After
result much credlfls due "to the for $25,00 which I think you won fairly : will be cordially welcomed by Mr. H. my political friends who formerly had paper use
exercises
to
Referring the closing a
at the Dade county fair. The thir- E. Bemis, the manager. wrestling with the matter and turnIng n 1 e t
aided another
me were now supporting
jrlotlpal ,
professor Stephens, who has "great deal of Interest Is being takenIn
ty-six varieties which you exhibited, | The Florida East Coast Railway, it over and over In my mind, I. 1, I
en untiring in his efforts to. bring the oratorical and declamation contest candidate, but I also found many of
and which I saw, were certainly a' with Its accustomed liberality has offered '

concluded that
I would stick to :
e: school up to a higher standard of which will be by no means the my loyal friends who were as staunch my ,,
creditable showing, and spoke volumesfor for this event the low rate of r'
klucatlon first love and would give screedto
my n
and morality He has had the event.
least important feature of and as true as they were in the long
your industry and enterprise and one fare for the round trip plus 25 '
|>support of a most excellent faculty, As Is well known, Air. Geo. O. Currie ; ago. From some I would hear that it.Mr. ''f ,
the for the fertility of the soil in the | cents, and tickets will be sold April <: Corbett met us at his 'wharf and ',
pi harmony the members In I
among has offered four medals this contest, the farmers In the country precinctswere
county of which help to make us 8 9 and 10 limited to return 15th.
I the you 'April after we finished assuring each other 1
faculty that has prevailed this for the girls and boys of the senior now against me; others would t
lira Is proud.As I Attention is directed\ to the new advertisement that Father Time had dealt kindly 1 ,
exceedingly kr Ufylng. The and, junior grades. Active prepara- tell me they were just as staunch and a
a special favor, I would like to of Max Sirkin, the well with us, we began to talk and is ,
pirona of the school and the citizens crops, !
tions have already been commencedby as true to the principles which I have 11f
know from you whether In your experience -I known men's outfitter, which appearson the improvements he had made on his
West Palm Beach In general unite the boys and girls who propose to advocated from the time I cast my first
mixed farming pays. It has occurred the sixth page of today's Tropical plantation and I completely forgot thatI 2
,
the hope that Principal Stephens enter the race and It promises to be- I vote for Tilden and Hendricks, up to "
be to me from the series of acci- Sun As will be seen the twenty percent was a candidate; however, a' Knightof $ 1'
jay Induced to return next fall and come quite spirited. the present, as ever "The Old Guard"
dents that have at times befallen off sale will last until and Including the Grip, sometimes commonly cal-
ale take up the work which he has Another prize that has been offered were to Napoleon. Well, I thought the a
{ ably growers of one vegetable In Dade coun- next Saturday Sirkin Is offering led a "drummer," was with us,and he 14'' 'f I'
begun. ;
Is one' by Mr. H. S. Miller in penman- matter over and the Idea occurred to
he ty-one year being, blight, the nexta some real values, and his store handed Air. Corbettu card, at the same
closing exercises will be held ship, and great Improvement along me that the best way to find out what )r
frost, the next a flood, and perhapsthe has been a busy scene the past two time assuring him that his (the drum- f,
nimenclng on !Monday, April 30th, this line has} already become manifest market"'that' my old friends Intended doing for me n + I
d will next a glutted If weeks since the sale was Inaugurated.His mer's) house was just the one to ship" {
| continue over Tuesday, when It has been suggested that some of this time, was to go out among them
there were a variety of vegetables suits are' the correct thing and i
i term his "pines" to. tAt this juncture I came
closas. The regular term ex- the public spirited patrons and citizens : and then I would know. In times past
Inatlons grown by each farmer, out of his vari- his special sale is genuine. 'to earth again, and handed Mr. Cor- i !
will be held the last tours offer prizes for the beat essay, and when 'the Tropical Sun was flying a e ,(
ety one vegetable would surely pay and bett card and what he said to
me
my ,
)! of the week preceding the clos- this matter should be considered at Hats flag of distress, I joined the fortunes
i thus make up for the loss on the Beautiful Easter I don't Intend to put in print at this .
date. once, as the pupils of the chool are of that paper and It devolved upon me
others. I would like to have some one IMlsa Ponce will give her customersher time, for there are five other good
aunty Superintendent R. E. Hall anxious to, contest for a prize. This j I to help Its owner, and do so quickly.
who has given It a test to write me usual. Easter reduction beginning looking young men running for the ?lb '',,',xh
up from Miami Thursday and Frl- would have largely to do with the I The I| editor asked me to make a tripto ) }
of whether or not my theory is correctIn Thursday, April 5th. Under The Palms, same office which I am trying to get, I'fP t
( last week and made the school success 'lot the closing exercises, and It the Northern part of the county,
visit actual practice. It has been told West Palm Beach, Fla.BARGAIN and I don't want them bothering Mr. ?
Inspecting wilt be solicit subscriptions and advertise-
every department Is hoped that the suggestion '
1 giving me that the same calamity that spoiled Corbett or any other of my friends on i [j ;
his also write articles
attention ments descriptive
to every feat- speedily acted ; ;
upon. one vegetable spoiled all, and that SALE the banks of the placid St. Lucie
pf each plantation I visited. The suc-
when a man divides his attention to Ot Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons while they are ao busy 'with their ",
cess of this trip is past history, and I
I technical. the needs of different vegetables he Alligator Hand Bags Purses and I crops; hence my silence on that point. I, 4i
emurrer will ,only say 'for the Information of :
WasI' ,I I The history of this case, the first does not give any vegetable all the I Pocket Books, Burnt Leather Souvenir' those who have come here since that Bidding ''Mr. Corbett goodbye, we next ,

OverruledI one filed to test'the validity of the attention it should have. I would like Goods at prices LOWER THAN THE! I time, that I ran the' subscription list landed at the wharf of Mr. Harry I;, I I

scheme under which the drainage to know If the argument can be suc- LOWEST. I Dyer; that gentleman was not at home i
up to a greater number than ,ny newspaper -
I' I I I board is acting may be briefly summed cessfully refuted by one who has had E. Ar WALKER, I I In the county had attained up to I but Mrs. Dyer received us, and while i ;

James W Locke, in the Unlt- up as follows: actual experience.In Jefferson Block, West Palm Beach. i iI that time. the aforesaid "drummer" was telling y r f '' '
States
circuit court yesterday banddowa I The Southern States Land &: Timber acknowledging receipt of this I While deliberating what section I her what a good commission house his I

a.. decision overruling the defiled -< ,Company filed complaint, as given In ,check I would be pleased to have you Turkey' eggs for setting, $1.00 per I I would first visit, I selected the North was, I was renewing my acquaintancewith I 1 rsl

rrer by the defendants in the detail at the time, attacking the validity also name the thirty-six varieties, so dozen. W. R. Moses, West Palm !. end of the '"Banner County," for two Miss Dyer, who was a little tot '

e' of the Southern States Land &: of the special drainage law and that I may use the information for the Beach, Fla: reasons: 'First: that section had, a when I first .saw her six years ago, 'I

''W' Company vs. Napoleon B. ,all acts under it, and praying the Unit- benefit of all. I' .' I candidate tor, the office to which I but who la now a great big girl. Ithlnty ;
roward Again complimenting you on the ex- For Sale Very Cheap she had tell her
| as governor et al the circuit court for Injunction something to r "v'
says ed States aspired, who was then, and Is :now (I
ee-Unlon, I and relief The temporary Injunction cellence of your exhibit as well as the Launch, 23 feet In length and 10 feet I hope) both, a political and personal father when he got home, which I

he order allows the defendants un- was granted by Judge Locke. variety, and hoping that you may [ beam. a. 1-2: horsepower, Fay &: [ friend and I wanted to see what he would be delighted for him to do, but

I1Ile day for May In which, to plead I. Then the defendants moved to dismiss i compete for the premium which I pro- (:Bowen engine; one lighter, 27 feet in I had done to my political fences while then again, all I said to Miss Hazel ,
"W' to an annuat'alralr, I am, length and 12: feet beam. Built one .
the bill of complaint. the injunction, but this was den- pose offering as I was absent 11'011the., .. county, and Is strtjtly private. Our next call was
:at what Yours "very truly and one-half months. Apply to C. J. at the home of W, J.
lovely Mr
Dyer
action wilt, now be.taken' led, the' court deciding, on one point .second: I wanted to again visit; the ,
the GEO. G. CURRIE Lauther, West Palm Beach. who lives within stone's throw
governor and his board of alone, that the law was unconatltptlonal. good people of this section who, bad a of r
sage h Miami, Fla., March 3,. 1906. Ocher this time
Mr Ct E. By the
continued
commissioner the injunction was r. .
,can not be and i been my friends, when I certainly
r U An, appeal may be carried at pending the further order of the court. Mr. Oeo. O> Currie. NOTICE.. needed them. So Wt Tuesday I got aforesaid Knight of the Grip had

11 to the higher ouri 'i 1" ait effort Then came the !filing of the demurrerand Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge I Those $25 curled hair mattresses I on the train in this city and alightedIn awakened to the fact that although'

Fares the decision of Judge Locke, I' the argument thereon, and yester- 'receipt of $25.00, which you no generously from the guest rooms of the Royal !I Stuart, the last station In Dade he was a Philadelphian,, he had, in.

be offered for Dade fair. Poinciana Hotel are now on sale at this cracker, run with a .who
county up
dljfenda.ntlJ may, eJect to,Plead. day the decision overruling it. County aa 'one leave this great countY man

have the cane, which grows out of I Man* thanks. I think that" mixed McGlnley Bros. Co., opposite schoolhouse .. At'the station l met number ot could beat him talking, 110 while Will ,
e nor 1 ; and can be had, for a short time, {
and I
Bro"'ard'' pet scheme to I farming must certainly pay better than 'my old friends, among them Noah Dyer were telling each other a

C the, Everglades. ,tried on> Its J Indian Motorcycle '''one or only a few varieties as' (first) at name price as. they were sold for on I I Parks, and to all of them''I' confided how' glad we were. to again meet on,,

lie and Pushed to flnal hearing. and tri car at Gumming, Agent, at one'can grow them better In rotation, the Munyon lot-$5 and $S, spot cash. .!the Information, that I was up there .the banks of the beautiful, St. Lucle..

ae, III the event of a decision ad- I Welt Palm Beach.I' (second) some vegetables are more Call there and make your selection tf I "pollytickln." I Immediately got busy Mr "Drummer"1 hiked it over to (Mr.

' to the from frost drouth and Guller's and ran oft his story uninterrupted
Immune ;
defendants! .andno. other and arranged with :Mr. Park* to take
I POssible owing to the decision.I I' iMr. Z. T. Merritt, of Buena Vista, sive rain, (thirdone may be.dirt exc-I; I varieties' ; ;muatard' Z varieties; beets, me up tee South, Forks of the St. Lucie and alone, but Just as soon aa ''f

is taVn Locke to the effect! that 'taUtatlMMi. I.has been In the city a couple of day, and the others high in price; of course, ...2: varieties; eggplantv: variety; green where-, > had"'a number of old friends I hove in sight' he grabbed Air cutlers\

"- an appeal wilt looking after his igtereste as cand it; "Y.1lot, pay to raise too many vari I bean*. 1 variety; wax beans 1 variety; I wanted to electioneer with. Whenwe by the hand and, after'doing the pump c

h!IInl.L.carrled to the higher date' for 'the office of Clerk of the eties. :aspara/Us'/ 1 variety; sweet potatoes, came'la sight of the first planta- handle act,, ran back to Will Dyer's,

cue IInaDr; disposed of. Circuit, Court Mr. iMerrltt I le consld-? I have this winter made, two-cropi I[1 variety: ; gmayvae; 1 variety; kohlrabi! tion where'we stopped. (Mr...Cl W Cor None: need, doubt, but what: we, had ;
t
cttmUITep"wh1cb. Judp" Locke ''eyed one of the' most feasible candidates on the same land, successfully; and ,I 11 variety;;; rutabaga, 1 variety; pepper, bet fs) my memory reverted to the been doing' considerable talking, up to> 'Q

'4' led yesterday, WM brought on In the.race, and hi* friends In think 1 can make three next winter on 1 variety; turnip, 1 variety; endive, days! wh q.. 1,tint vlalted him, and do this point but our "Skipper! brought 1

as lids almost purely technical and this end of the county are legion. Tomorrow a larger icale. j I 1 variety( '" cauliflogrerY 1, ygrletyl f col-; what. ,I might'I ,'oouldo,! Dot frame up, it all to an end by reminding n* that \ '

''f t and to It theirs WU nothing that he expects to' commence anactlv4 The varieties I had on exhibition I',lards, 1 variety: ;' carrots, ,1, variety: } what.rta. vulgar parlance i I. called apolitical It we wanted any dl..n..w., bad bet ,M

se.. II &ny Dub/1q/ ?/ Iate eat Np, DIIh& canvass In t1.e., ort end, ot,thecounty ,..1Y.r,y .tooialpM, a., varieties; IrUn parsley. 1 variety; cplery.; ; 1 variety. ,, spiel to make! hjhn,,but In,spite, ter tie hunting' ,the-. Stuart, Hotel. My

e n. raised that .rrMt the' Is- and will take In the !field from potatoes, 5 varieties; lettuce, 6 varieties I ""'I,* (Yours 'truly. I of myself, remembered the fact that I Appetite" a* welt. .a* the'"Drummer's"4',, ''.' ".A'"',.. ,,/.: 4

tlecaae. ure"tlLoQ' Stuart down .; radishes,' 3 varieties; cabbage 1 WALTER"WALDIN was once a so-called? newspaper' "' a '
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THE TROPICAL SUN.Pioneer Fast Trains To the voters of Dade County: I

Peper ot Dade County, Florida t .POLITICAL : 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate )
Discontinued i ANNOUNCEMENTS' for renomlnAtion to the office 20 Cent REDUCTIONAnnual I ()
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Pnbllstud Every Wednesday and Saturday Yesterday southbound trains, numbers .i of County Treasure\, subject to the
S.. . .et N.
e e t e NeeOee action of the Democratic Primary elec- I
tT WEST PALM BIAOH. OAOI OOUNTY, FLORID,
23 and 99, over the Florida East
I FOR TAX COLLECTOR v tion, to be hold May 15, 160G. Stock-taking Sale
'Coast: Railway, made their last trips candidate
BCBSCni: PRICE. 19.0O PElt YEAR. I hereby announce myself as a O. II. RAULERSON. I
f oY the season, and today northbound I for re-nomination to the officeof Miami Fla.
=-- '- rains numbers 74 and 98 leave Miami Tax Collector of Dade County, subject I I i iI

Tropical Sun Publishing Comp'y, for the last time this! year. to the Action of the Democratic I For the next 30 days we will give 20
While nQ change in schedule for the I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. entire stock of
primaries, T. N. GAUTIER. per Cent Off on our Hardware
CHAS. B. KENDALL manager. To the Democratic voters of Dade
other two trains has yet been an-
Miami, Fla. Sash and Doors Paints
--- nounced by the officials of ,the road, County: I Stoves, Harness .

Entered at the Pomufflce of West PI..n beach It is probable that another time card FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To I hereby announce myself as a can- Agricultural Implements, Crockery

.s lecond-clnfft matter.I will become effective by next Sunday. the Democratic Voters of Dade,, didate for the office of County com-I Kitchen Furniture: etc. The chance of
missioner from the second
The trains now in operation are num- County:
------- ---- ------- -- bers 29 and 2E, southbound, and num- I hereby announcer my candidacy for Dade County, subject to the will of j I your life--.don't miss it.

I A Dade County Industry. berst28 and 78, northbound Their the position of tax collector of Dade the Democratic voters as expressed

Less than a year ago the Delray can- time is given on the time card which County, subject to tho action of the the coming primaries I 20 per Cent Off on All Cash Purchases

ning factory commenced operations, appears on page four of today's Tropical Democratic primaries to be held May PAUL= C. JONES.

and at that time It fas predicted by Sun. 5th. My past' official record is well West Palm, Beach, Fla. I Railroad for. refunded to out-of-town customers buying; goods

known to the voters and I believe to amount of 20.00 or upwards.
many that It would soon go the way
Pawning flank Book. should I be elected they will not be FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I
of many other such enterprises In The pawning of the wedding ring has disappointed In the quality of the service -
ot
To the Democratic Voters Dade
Florida, but the factory has ateadlly become a pathetic commonplace to performed by me. T. J. HARD EH. I
Hardware
those who are familiar with police County: Hatchett-DaCamara Co.
w } forged Its way to the front, and today court and coroner's court stories or I hereby announce myself as a can-

gives promise of furnishing the with the private petitions for help of FOR CLERK OF THE) CIRCUIT\ didate for the office of County Commissioner I Wholesale Retailers of Hardware,

l entire country with canned pines. he deserving and undeserving poor. COURT.I I 1 from the second district,
of canned pineapples But we confess that with the Westminster hereby announce myself as a candidate subject; to the action of'the Democratic West Palm Beach, Florida
The quality magistrate we have never for Clerk of the Circuit Coart I
primary, and promise, If elected, per-
turned out by this establishment IS heard before of pawning bank books. subject to the action of the Democratic _,_ _.____ _._
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Yet on expert pawn roker'a evidence form the duties of the office to the .__ -s. _,_.....
recognized as superior to any productof elicited, by police Inquiry It Is found primary. beat of my ability GEO. B. B.A.K.ER.I I ,

any other concern, and not alone that this Is not at all an unusual practice HUT3ON B., SAUNDERS JR. West Palm Beach, Fla -'=

stands the pineapple, but tomatoes, In the vast majority of oases it West Palm Beach. Fla. OOOOOCK>-OIOOOOOOnUItKUAIU"l"S
would seem to be a simpler matter to
lima beans and other fruits and veget- draw on the bank neconnt rather than FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. FOR COUNTY CLERK.To Went Palm Bench. Feb IT, 1006BURKHARDT'S
acknow- borrow the streffgth of It from thawiiMhop. the Democrats of Dade County:
ables put up In Delray are on To the Democratic voters of Dade
But one of the unfortunate ... I take this method of announcingmy
ledged to be equal to the best that Is County:
possibilities of the practice Is revealed candidacy for the office of County PRIVATE BLEND !
I take this method of announcing
canned.It In the particular case mentioned at Clerk, subject to the action of the
myself as a candidate for the office of
Is now learned from good authority Westminster A picture frame maker Democratic primary, and will appreciate Coffee is Designed for the Specific
wishing to withdraw !3 from the bank, County Clerk of Dade County, subjectto Of
Model Land Is any support that my lends can
that the Company ,' could not find his bank book and then the action of the Democratic primary Purpose of Equalling for 25 Cents a
financially back of the enterprise, and learned that his wife bad been putting F. W HAHN. give me. Respectfully,

will operate It for a term of at least the book in and out of pawn for eight Z.: T. MERRITT.FOR Pound Any 35-Cent Coffee Sold Else-

years, having borrowed iT 10s. on It I
five years, spending considerable tile first time, and of course she had FOR COUNTY TREASURER.To CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT where.

money in new equipment and taking been paying Interest on her various the voters of Dade County: COURT. Eighteen ago we first put It OB the market and sold It at 35 cents '
Pall been identified with Dane
transactions.-London Mall Gazette. Having '
the overplus of fruits ,and vegetables Believing that my service for the The enormous and steady sale ever since proves our assertion and also

from the East Coast at profitable figures County since 1895 how; having individual done tne past five years as Chief Deputy In the enables us to buy on close margin; so that we now can sell it at 35 cents I

Robinson Cru.oe, Bconomi.t.When ; very best I knew as an office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, a pound I

to the producers.The the average boy spends: the de citizen, to make it a prosperous qualifies me for the position, I here- Our store Is the only place you can get It, as It is our own PRIVA TE |

factory will be considerably enlarged lighted hours of Imaginative youth In county; having lived at both ends of with respectfully announce my candi- BLEND, and no one else can successfully match It for the price.

at once, so that It can take care devouring the pages of "Robinson Cru the' county, and having filled a public dacy for Clerk of the Circuit Court,
soe" be bas, like most people of more office (so that the people may know
of the present crops of pineapples and subject to the approval ot. the Democratic -
mature years, no idea that be Is penis whether I do so conscientiously) 1 L. W. BURKHARDT.
tomatoes. It is reported also that the Primary. S. O. FITTS. FINEST GROCERIES
Ing a work of profound philosophy now offer myself as a candidate for .

company has already received orders written by one of the greatest political the office of County Treasurer, subjectto N. B. Get our new prices on Hay, drain and Feed.
tinkers! of the English speaking race. .
for 8 ,OOO crates of canned pineapplesfrom ; the Democratic primary I need Proof of Demoeraey."Ma C3f-lt will pay you to purchase our Coupon Books.hOOOOOOOO ,
Taken with a knowledge of the facts 'teacher was tellln' us that we
the Tills l.r of the of De Foe "RobinsonCrusoe" every vote that I can get and trust
coming career
crop. more should all be an a e-quallty In our >-O-O-OOV-O-O-OOO-CH>
than the entire output of the factory can properly be considered a that my friends, whether In the cityor schoolroom. Nobody should feel any I
story Intended to illustrate the heavy country, will -not forget me on the better'n. anybody else."

last season., burden of trouble placed upon any sin, day of the primary, In return for "That's right George." \

gle Individual isolated from his fellows which I: promise, if elected, to 'perform "Say ma, can I go to school today

RATES AND THE COURTS. and compelled, to maintain his exist- the duties of the office, with as without wash In' my face? None of the SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SuN
ence without their aid. The tale shows rest of 'em washes theirs."-Cleveland
Washington, D. C., April 2.-Now In an Inimitable way how all civilizedmen much courtesy, accuracy and promptness Plain Dealer. '

that the discussion of railway rate are I interdependent.! Regarded as I give to my private business. .

legislation has really begun on the from this point of view, the author of QEO. G. CURRIE.
the most widely read work of fiction West Palm Beach, Fla.
Senate floor, it is becoming ,, pretty ever written becomes an object of particular Rules Regulating the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of j

plain that the Hepburn bill Is so hazy Interest to all thinkers upon
politics.-William N. 11111 M, In FOR REPRESENTATIVE.To .
that nobody knows what It means. D.,

Nearly everyone has a different opin- Watson's Magazine. I the hereby Citizens announce of Dade my County candidacyfor : THE DAD E COUNTY STATEBANK{

ion. For this reason it seems certain
1o "Pound" Word*. the ;position of Representativefrom
that it will be amended
to provide for
When the reputability"of punning Is Dade County. To, you I submit
a review of, the acts of the commission under discussion it Is well to bear In the question of my qualifications to West Palm Beach, Florida

J by the courts, since the Senators mind that the very name of the jest represent yoU'In that capacity. If
prefer to let the courts finally Inter- confesses to a degree of atrocity. To
nominated at the ensuing primary,
pret the law instead of a political "pun," according to the London Chronicle -

commission that might be influenced) is to "pound" words, to beat them shall devote my best efforts to your E, The Bank shall be open daily for the transaction of business, except on Sundays. and Holidays, from
into forced conditions, so the philologists service and the welfare and up-build --.. '
by politics or sectional jealousy.The believe. "lie would pun thee Into ing of Dade county shall receive my 9 A. M, to a P. M., and Monday nights from 6:30: to 8.,
feature of this court review that
I shivers with his fist," says Thersttvs earnest consideration. '-
is being most discussed is whether the in "TrollUH and Cresslda," meaning Respectfully, 3. Deposits of One Dollar and upward will be received and the Pass Book will contain the terms ot

courts shall have the power to suspend physical "pounding., "Pun" Is not a '
a ruling of the commission while slipshod development of "pound" buts J. W. WATSON. agreement. \ .' .

they are reviewing It Some Senators original form the Anglo-Saxon verb > '
being "punlun," and "pun" or "pouu1 FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ,3. On making the first deposit, the depositor shall subscribe. or he/name, ; patlo'l': residence and
this but favorit
oppose a good many COURT. .' v, .
having developed a final "d," Juit as post-office address, in a book the rules and regulations of the Bank and
and the arguments seem to be lu containing relating to deposits deposi
"soun" became "sound" and as the To the Democratic voters of Dade ,, '. .. r,.
{ their favor. They say that if the UllteruteTuin "gown" Into "gownd." County: ,tors, thereby signifying liis or her assent thereto, but no-omission. or .failure toiaigneuch. book shall relieve

courts can not suspend! a ruling while Curiously enough, "pun" and "pauud I hereby present my name to the '
the depositor receiving a pasa-book, containing these rules and regulations, from their binding force
It Is being decided on that the American have no connection with "punching" a voters in the coming Democratic ,
*
people will be deprived of one of man's head, which la simply "punish Primary as candidate for Clerk of the i! ,
their great rights, that Is the right of Ing," contracted, or with "punching"a Court for Dade County. 4. All. deposits shdll be entered upon the books of the Bank, and a pass-book, ''shall, be given the depositor -

injunction, and that If the rulings can ticket, which" goes back to the Latin Having resided here for twentyfiveyears upon which shall be entered the sum so deposited. ,
"pungere, to prick or
not be suspended the whole thing will puncture. v
,. I Invite inquiry and investigation -
amount to sentencing a defendant first, Sir Humphry Daffy of those :who do not knowme 5. Drafts shall be made personally-r by the order of the depositor in writing, properly authenticated,

'- and then trying him afterward. Be- Sir Humphry Davy married widow personally as to my reputation as but no'person shall be paid any part of any deposit or Interest, due without producing the, pasa-book or certificate
side this the right of suspension is as peculiar as himself. His pet affec a citizen, my record as an official in ,
needed to protect the shipper, for if tatlon was a luck of time. lIe was al. years past, and my fitness and com Issued to him or her, and having the amount ao paid entered thereon. c

4 a rate fixed by the commission were ways in a hurry. lie pretended that petency for the office to which I aspire. 6. The bank will, as aTule, pay all deposits on demand, yet it' reserves the right to require sixty dnyr'
put into effect during an appeal, and he had no leisure to dress himself, and I '
_ j when a change of linen became If elected, I promise fair and courteous written notice of intention to withdraw deposits, ; the IntenE'of this rule being. .solely\ to protect 'the Bank and Its
then reversed it would make commercial nece"1 treatment to'every citizen at the "
nary be simply put one shirt
conditions too unstable, depositors In times of public excitement and danger
other until he was known to have 011 hands of every person connected with "
Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania, five or six shirts at a time. Of course the office.
showed by the evidence he introducedthat he could not wear this amount of ap- Soliciting the support of every voter ,. Interest.,at the rate of four per cent per annum will\ be allowed, payable on the tenth day of January' ,

all the state rate laws provide parel without appreciably increasing who considers me competent and capable April, July and October of each year. Interest due and not withdrawn will be added to the depositor' account
fully for review by the courts, and his size, and hIs friends not In the se- I am, respectfully
Senators who have \ that court cret were sometimes surprised to see EUGENE aruFwlll Itself draw Interest as a dep <. Interest will begin on the first day of each month upon deposits of

review would mean delay: 'On account him fall off la apparent weight twenty West Palm Beach Fla..H DIMICK one dollar or more, made on that day; or during the preceding month, but such Interest: will \snot be due until
in His wife's
pounds a day. great anxiety '
of law suits'' have found that there,is .
the interest fixed above '
was to keep him "fit for company, days : ,
,
no ground for such feeling, since but as he did not care a fig for company 1
j1 although the various state railroad she had no easy task \ domes. I FOLEnII01mYANDTAR No Interest will be paid on any sum less than one dollar nor upon any sum :withdrawn before the first 01(

F commissions have heard over 9000 tic discord was a common thug. for.,,.,'d nni ..'*. ........ 1'1. ..laa January, April, July or Octoberfor the period that may have elapsed ,since the last interest day.

complaints, only 47, or about one-half 'jj

it of one per cent, have ever gone' to II. N. Burhans, Pres.E.. A. Tldd, Vice Prel.Y'. W. Tldd, Sec. and Tread-. l 8. In case of the_death of any depositor, the amount, standing to the credit of the> "deceased will be paid"

court .,
c Florida Orange Grove Realty Co. to his. ,or her legal representative. I' j' "


NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS. MEET. If you have an Orange Grove, Grape Prult:Grove, Pineapple Grove or Lemon 9. In case of lost or stolen.books,'the Bank will 1 \re"'Pon&lbl"" for payment' made thereon only when duly
ING. Grove that you want to sell, write us and we will show vou how WE SELL f
There will be a special meeting of GROVES. f\ No. 17 IJoxan Street, notified In writing of such loss or,theft.. While the'bank..wl\:\ by all possible means.endeavor to prevent loiarising ,
Kororencs: Atlnnllo NKtlonnl linnk of.In''k.. nvillo. Jacksonville, Florida /1;
v the stockholders\ of the Planters' PackIng -
from such books
payments made thereon before,notice received as above:required shall be valid pay'megte

and Preserving Company held at -- __ ____ n_ _" V ""1|"'' "," ';i..
to discharge the Bank.. ""
its office at Delray, Fla.,' at 7 P. m. ---- : ( I.

I Wednesday the 18th of April, 190ff, SUMMER HOTEL CHICAGO v In! case of.books reported, lost or destroyed; ,, the bank' .Ill require such evidence.. Mend such Indemnity a'

called for the' following-purposes: I the Directors may deem just and proper. '.1,* I" : : .' .. *

!;. To devise ways*and means to meet '. ', S "
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p dutstamllng financial obligations of {HOTEIi DELi PRAnO to. Deposits made by married women and by minors; are entirely free from the control of the husband '
the company; to authorize the sale by .
or and will be held
.
guardian so ,
trust deed or otherwise, lease or other
.
,
A ttigh-ClaM and Transient *.
Hotel.
Family
disposition, of the entire plant, property '
t'hecompany. Loomed between nod Madison Areniion '. 11, All deposits will be held as trusts strictly confidential and
private
i ? franchise, and business Wsaliinirtftn fronting/ on the :Midway '. < .
_ llutilovuKl, adjoining tliu Chungn| University. -' I
,a'nd' its future managementand ,. J of f '
.t The lank reserveatbe'Nght notM
,control; to ratify the action of the Parlor and Bedroom with Private Rath and Hoard for two People;' : 13 to alter,or ,amend: any Rule or Regulation:: by giving.ten days'

s Directors lu pledging the !$$20,000 O From $30 to $40 par Week. alts Intention, do so through a newspaper published In this city. ,- 'T ; .'

bond I IHBU of the company as collateral TwclVa minutes fromfllown Town via tlllnols Central. Railway. i I.
security-. All Train stop at ojrd Street to which all Bmggg should be Checked.

s By order of the President, B ADt.BY1USB. )VB. P..ep..i.tov.. '
S T M. iMcRAET., Secretary.. Bank Remains Open Monday Nights From 6:30: to 8 for the, Oenetil"ofSavlngs'DepositotSI ;
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E : CHARLEY i j Darby's Salted Claim.

"1 TOHK" Bon Dirliv used to 'say/ ,
\Jl/ "IH u uwnlcsM) o".I"1t art

..lgIII., 1900.by MoClure, Phillips& Co,] fy It sun u,"' imiuls. wietioui, theclerk
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i 1"0'' mi brake yar Hiuik:,
TIll''?" were' eight of UB outside and an hem 11 t. .
.. the! Deadwood couch, Including The same It aln't uppls'In', though,"
tnFld would interpose ol' lien,
woman, Mrs .Busbrod, when Soar "To workln of
a ( yer noddle for to work:
'barley robbed \III.I yer fellnr men Discount
iraced:
I hey noticed" he would argu, "thet the' Big
In the afternoon
o'clock and
was 3
It I! men as him the douicli
wn skirting foothills covered z.mcrGtWv0.16. Air the men as didn't earn It, an', that I.
WI'
scrub, when Scar Faced air bain' so, I. _
Wltu pine I'm groin' for to finger to let others make
Charley stepped ,.out of the bushes, "+T... the tin, '
double barreled Bbotguu to j An' III sot back here In the shade. an'
\
Ills I1rtea ilioii'der( and called! upon the driver IT IS A LONG STORYthat gently rake It In" r+t

pull up. I think all four of us oil So, pursuit' of these tactic., he saunteredout """
to
the coach made a motion for our refers to an account. one day h r
of
top To a wild an' mile.
lonely canyon a dozen
gnus, but the driver yelled at us: "The depositor is an esteemed patron away I %

"Stop that, you cussed fools! Do you of yellr. slt1odlng First, business was An' staked a claim, a-clalmln' thet he'd

want to be blown to kingdom come?" su ill, but the account grew with the An' In struck the: sand the yellow o' thot stuff air, claim 'twas JUST ONE MORE WEEK 0FeUR'
Face was at that time a man of prosperity that
Scar attended the bank." slilnln', sure enough. .
about thirty, rather picturesquely at W. know'd the claim was salted! Jont as
tired and as he was clean shaven, he Banking) for Profit I well an though we'd bin
Out time the day he sowed the stuff: an'
like a faro man than
a
loolieit more
harrowed of It In,
blslm,l-v robber. There was a smile requires patience for both depositors But etiquette In Bullfrog It soil o' presupposed ANNUAL
on hi" 'face as he looked UP, but some lad bank. :
'Twos buslnms-an' 'twas safer to keep .,
thing warned you that It was a smile Stand In with our conservative
meth ;yer claptrap closed i
11'r p
thai could' come; off mighty sudden It one and your profits will) te: a cause for ('\
things Into the coach! and tficu stepped April morn
our saving department AlookUi' for
Investment, an', aura as ye
,
Bald SALE
I baric and : war born I I
Now. gentlemen, let'" have no fugs DADE COUNTY STATE BANK 01' Darby up an' cinched him with thet

over this thing You up there get( West Palm Beach, Florida pesky suited claimAn' $ _
pulled
thousand
Ifno dollar. from the
down and you Inside come out and -- -- -. -----., sucker far the same
form In line and put your bauds up. 111. hurried back to Bullfrog, tickled jest
0( course the lady is not Included" about to death; .
Lined up the wHole caboodle ol the 20 Cent OffLHDIES1
Kane of us saw a chance to get In a JSPWafcOtr : I to change their breath. gang per

shot while we were lining up, and once( "The chaps as do the ggln': sit experience ..c
on the ground it was too late. tie passed ," he said '
to the rear of us and removed our "But he who works his think: tank usually 4''l'''
comes out ahead." "
v1''A "
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shooters and tossed them into the }
bushes The driver was permitted to Waal, that sucker went to digging: In
retain his seat. lie had no treusurn thirty days, b'JlnBt.
He'd cleaned up twenty thousand skids,
box, aud tho malls were not asked for. an' then he sold the thing.
"Now. gentlemen," said Scar Face In .n c An' what ;ye a'pose it fetched him? Halfa
his breezy way, "I shall pass In front million plunks, by smoke)
.The very day he got 'em smarty Darby
of you' with my bat, and you will dropIn he went broke BRANPIING BRO'S

watches and purses. I put you When we1 told ol' Ben he wilted; his Jaw
on your honor. It 1 afterward discover I dropped half I a mile; ,
that any one has held anything back lie couldn't would hold rig a his I smile features so thet they \

!It will be bad for him." An' now, at ye air wlshln fer ta give ol'
One of the Insiders was a Jew. IIe CUPID IS ft Ben a pain, OUtFittERS
hod n big roll, and skimming off about Jest sidle up an' ax him ef he's workln'
he banded the rest to the of his brain WEST PALM BEACH FLR
EDO;; woman -Arthur J. Burdlck In Judge $
to take care of. After the contribution bF1PPER DRIVER

the bandit stopped In front of Sir. The Fist Eleotrlo; Train. '

Isaacs and said: ,' And] bundles the reins in smart fnnh- The earlieMt public trial of a passenger $ ( $
"You are-keeptng something back." ion. It's bm delight. : to board our : !boat driven by an electric motor '

"So help me gracious, I'm not.", delivery wapun: along New Year':* 1 I was that_ conducted by Professor Jacobl -___
"Don't lie. Where Is your roll?" time 10 diHtiibutu our of st. Petersburg In the year 1838, '( .
All this! time Mrs. Busbrod had been I though for four years previously he
a quiet spectator, though she was boll- I Choicest 0n Earth Groceriesto had successfully experimented with WELL WORTH TRYING. I '

lug over with anger at the idea of our electric traction In the
prlva of his
letting a single man'rob the-elght of us those who buy them. I I own ground. The trial of y Jacobi's W. H. Brown, the popular pension Wes lYctZm 13Scto1l. ''Ulntsr: .JloteZs 'j ] _

She had to say something or burst, Leave an order rind. l we will 'have vessel took place on the Neva and was attorney, of Plttsfleld, Vt. says: "Nextto I '

and<<1, shaking the Jew's roll out of the him rein up at your door in an 'hour': witnessed by a vast crowd of people. a pension, the best thing to get la Pleasantly located on the lake front, {
window', she called out: to deliver! your ).Iur'h088. The boat was twenty-eight feet long The Holland commanding a fine view of Lake '
I Dr. King's New Life Pills. He
"Yes; here Is his money, and I'd like 1'. S,I'riuop are u shade lower. and] ton feet wide and carried fourteen Worth and the Royal Poinciana
to see you get It! I've also got some of pet'sous. e writes: "they keep my family In '
FABER West Palm Beach ", ,
my own, but you'll never get{ a dollar BROS.Market It was not until four years ]later that splendid health." Quick cure for I '

ot It Into your dirty fingers." and GrocervmanWFST we find any record of a pusienjer: carS Headache, Constipation and Bilious Every convenience and comfort at

Cp to this time Scar Face" had never rlogp driven by electricity ou land, and ness. 25 o. Guaranteed 'at all drug I. D. Lockwood, Proprietor moderate( prices.IiakeVieui .
robbed If the widow PALM BEACH, FLORIDA In tills case the .Inventor Alt> -
a woman. bud was xuu- stores. Fronting the Lake s du f i
kept her tongue still she would] have for ImvUlunn of nainbu-glj. The carriage I

been treated with chivalry, but once I was .sixteen feet long by seven Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana
started she let her temper run away L. A. WILSON''' feet wide and was Impelled for a mile Fine line of latest style' visiting and Whitehall )'
with her. She the bandit I and a half at the rate of four miles an cards and latest 'in letters, at The r'1
? gave a great hour Olive direct between the Bridge and Catholic Church Rooms and Board. Hot and Cold ,i' t
h 'tongue lashing, and of her on the Edinburgh and Glasgow Tropical'Sun. Call]) and 11
a part remarks JIt\NUlI'Al'IUltER.Oll' see sample Baths .
railway. fa per day, special rates by week. MRS. J. C. LAUTHER. Prop.The
Included as. He her five
gave -------------
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minutes, seeming to be amused aud Boots and Shoes NOW OPENA

yet resolved_ and when she(paused for Eaftmao Winter Resort that
breath be advanced to the coach,
la All {Kinds of Lea t.er will Please you.
Repairing >
thrust the barrels
of the gun through Five TrainsDaily I1
the window and within a foot of her Goods Neatly 1 Done V Superb Near Lake Worth and Centrally Located. All Modern Improvements.

note and said: WM D. VAN'T WOUD, Box lay, West Palm Beach, Fla.

"Hand me over every dollar you have (I !!
A Select BoardlnK-House of ,
got about you or you won't live ten Indian Tanned Buckskin High Order

seconds<< !" m I rya ro tot t re- 0 Located on Olive St., near '

She went deadly white and handed and Horsehide Shoe 1) the Lake Front
over, and as near as I could make out Three to tho East and Two to the West, via
El "itrto Light,hot aDd cold bathe,and other modern conveniences. Table servicethe .
she was In a swoon for the next five I I best nate..8. to S)1O a week Correspondent aollcttetl.MIM err'd p
minutes. The !bandit got a fine haul FOR TENDER FEETOll.e FRANK DARLING Proprietress.

and was well pleased. When be ]Imd St, North of New Jefferson Bio Atlantic Coast! Line Corner Datura nad o-
pocketed the plunder he said: Olive Streets 'ri

"I shall now !bid you goodby, gentle' The Northern Furnished Rooms ,
men. Let no one move for the next / G
only.
five minutes." Then you may resume J. B. McGINLEY New York and Florida Special leaves Jacksonville. 12:30 p. m. daily ex. Sunday Hot and cold bath, toilet, electric ]lights and all modern cnnvenlences. Locatednear 1
your Journey.
Florida and West Indian Limited Ivs. Jacksonville 8:55: a. m. daily Lake Worth. Quiet, pleasant place. For particulars address
He bowed and stepped aside Into the New York Express ]leaves Jacksonville 8:05: a. m. daily THE NORTHERN I'' I
icrub, and we looked at each other In Funeral Director I
.
a foolish txny. After three or four Chicago and Florida] Limited leaves Jacksonville 9'JO a. m. daily' NOVEMBER 10 h

minutes the driver told us to get In, Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville. 9:00: p. m. dally The PalmsOPEN 1 Four-Story Ad. I ,

and It was then that the widow got out. and Being Built. /
She had recovered from her swoon, and, Sleeping }
her face Through Cras large homelike hotel well-appointed and beautifully locnW), giving the comforts without i v
was fiery red Instead\ of death. the coat of the more extensive on..... HltimttMl on Lake worth opposite the Royal 1 "
ly pale. ExnbalmerBoth 1'olncluna Hotel. White waitresses. olectrlo belle (food' Itching. hunting and boating, }t:' it sI''
"Look Sere Hates : ,J OO; and IS per day special rates by the week. THB PALS West Palm Beach. ,
you packof poltroons,
are you going to let that scoundrelget licensed by the State to embalm to New York, Chicago: ; and St. Louis; also new Sleeping Car Service:; to OPEN i''

away with all our money?" she ex- Augusta, tin., leaving Jacksonville at 8:55: a.. m, House Jeffaraon

claimed, as she looked from one to the and prepare bodies for shipment. For Pullman Reservations and Full Information write Seagle Block i t
other
assistant. No. i
"But what can we do?" asked one Lady FRANK C. BOYLSTONDistrict Passenger; Agent; "A HOME AWAY FROfl HOME" t t 1

"Do? Do? Why, you cowards, you .Jacksonville. Fla Centrally located und near Lake Worth Cool,airy rooms bent table service }

can follow him up and capture him!I" Rates $a.oo Per Day Special Rate. by the Week or Month' ',

None of us saw It that way and took HASLEHURST & SON F. V. BEAGLE, Proprietor l
our places. The driver called to the GEO. .

woman to get In, but she turned on him NOW qPBN
with" : Contractors and Builders y !Broad we I & Moore. Bingcjs Cottage A Select 1'

00 on with ?
your cowards! I'm goIng Winter Home
to follow that robber to the ends of p. o. BOX 304 Druggists

the earth but what I get ,my money Hot and Cold Baths. Wholesome Home Cooking. No consumptives Taken' Ali"a
back"With! I EvernU Street, Near Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida ,
Jefferson Block WEST 1'ALM URACIlHuyler's
that she headed straight Into MRS H. E. BRIGGS, Proprietress
'the scrub on the robber'.trall, and aft S. H. RICHMOND, Agent ---- a

er waiting for her five minutes and Candies. OPENS a

vainly proceeded calling and to reached'her to return Deadwood the stage four Perrine. Grant Laid Company. I it Biltmore Cream The VirginiaCentrally I e I UECEHBER FIRST ''

Sours late.When W\ ItE.tU.I'S'l'ATE.: Tate Springs Mineral Water 1905

the story was told, the sheriff FLORIDA I Located: Hot and Cold Baths Electric: Light Throughout ,I'' ?

took but a posse and started for the scene, CUTLER, urMall order promptly filledCITY .-- Large, Cool Rooms, and CnlHlnn the very. bi>at. Rates 12.OO Per Day. Hneclal Rat-a by ,
before h*reached It they met the the week.. or month. Carrlageyran| In connection with house to and from train ,.
1
widow walking along the road. She MRS. A. L. HAUGH, Proprietress.
Hardwick, the well known
"plained that she ,had followed the J. E. .
robber for grocer, west of the railroad tracks, is NOW OPEN
a mile through the scrub MEAT MARKET
and then came upon him In camp.1, She displaying a fine line of granite kitchen The Keystone: Datura Street, near
at once started In to give him "gowdy." ware. Read his advertisement else T. A. PEASTER, Proprietor. Center of Town

and no doubt her other effort was dis where.A ?
I
Counted She sat right down In camp, Florida Kid Western M
ana Bald she wouldn't stir an Inch until ,h, two.cycle Malt Orders Receive Careful Attention. Hot and Cold Baths and mod ten improvements. Rate. $a.oo per day., special rates
she had her beautifully finished new a p. by the week. MRS. BEN J. COOK, Prop., W st Palm. Beach Florida
money back. He threatened -
ed and she defied him. fie got up engine,throttle-shlfting spark, dry: Jefferaon Block WEST PALM BEAOH ..

j to'Un away, and she grabbed bold of base, water jacketed. Price $100. AtPotter's NOW OPEN i''

him.' No matter what Scar Face's experience Flatiron Building, West ralmliesch. .' Z Sn-tcz,1Z1S' v. ot'tczc:1S ClematisAve '
:
had been with women, be saw Two blocks l
tbat he had caught a Tartar In this D. W. FENT0N> & Bo.'yw. CJ. west of R. R.y'i'
Case, r
and he did tte! sensible thing by ..,. Large airy rooms. Bath and other conveniences. Table a. good ss the best. ?'
restoring her BICYCLES at Cummlngs Rates 85 week to home transient rates$1
mone>and ]letting her go PIERCE'S a people; per day.
her She own way Clematia ave.,opposite bank, West Palm Undertakers andEmbalmers West Palm Beach Fla. MRS C. F. CROSBY
arrived In Deadwood I
with every Jeach.
dollar of It, and her pluck was to C :
l 1 i !' ;':' i
'hlgb-I' );
appreciated \
that they made I Great rush for those Dollar Sterl .: J. f'', (-
Public puree of 11,000 for her. fOIEY51IDNIYCURE One Minute Cough Cure t '''. M! '. ;'i
I
M. QUAD. .rakes. Kidney. sad BtaMw, BlflM Gruber Block. Narcissus Street WEST PALM BEACH. FLA For,Cough. Cold and Croup. I fe I i lag Silver Spoons at Idner'a, i ':'';,,'.r'i, ))1 ./, -',

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)& IrOun THE TROPICAL SUN: WEST PALM BEACH, NLIrt,1DAVEDNESDAY, APIUL 4, 1000


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,, Arrival andDeparture Lenten Services. For SaleA INVALUABLE FOR RHEUMAT
'
ISM. East Coast
The dally1 services during Lent at f5 Brosius spring motor sewing OKIcbiue Florida Railway.

of Trains Holy Trinity occur at half past four Original.. cost ww175 ; Will ',ell I have been suffering for the past

o'clock In the afternoon, of each weekday for $3i B: ,M Potter Flat Iron Building tow years with a severe attack of Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9,11jQb l

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except Friday. A five minute ad- rheumatism and found that Ballard'a
\y SOUTHBOUND TRAINS. Everything in the printing line at SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH.BOUND-READ UP.
dress except on Wednesday when the thing .
the
and all work Snow Liniment was only --- -=
The Sun
Tropical executed
' Southbound No. 23, Miami and Nassau Litany la read. lu the very neatest and latcal that gave me satisfaction and tendedto No DOING. a8 No. oINn.. ,.3 STATIONS No. 7B No. 74 No. 118 N.1 98 +
1 special will\ leave Jacksonville at 8 *. Dally Dally Dally Dally
All who attend are requested to style of the art. '02 Dally I Dally Daily Dally
to., reach West Palm Beach at 5:05: p,tn., minutes alleviate m1.IIa1ns. March, 24, ; -82 j; "'C 20 P T: -; '8 QO 1>v..Jack.on.llle..u I 80 '1' 7 j;p 7 4o a(0 -
and come ten early. John C. Degnan, Kinsman, Ills. 26c, 4 ilK 911: a. ......11", J..c..unvlllo..Ly. I 2'A p......... 7 83 a !
after the lake the Baa II
crossing )o ) SYRUP. ....... 620 840
THE BEST COUGH
........8G AUlfu.Uue P P 880
\ Side> hotels will leave the station here at S. L. Apple, ex Probate Judge, Ottawa GOo and $1.00 at A. O. Rlegel's Drug ,a j'.vi"j. ) I 6,111 4(1( I'll 1,10 ItII Il a a.'..900...,.....". ..... "............. .. 189 p.........,.. 642 a. ; au .
6 2A
t 1 5:40 p, m., reaching Miami at 7:25 p. m. ChID.... Cooklntr Secret. Co., Kansas writes "This Is to Store.\ io'20 15 'j h I'TOOP_g 8I.J' 11 i'i1'8u& aI i _\) 48(IA'-a Lv..Eeat............ ,1'.I"t"l'al"lk..Lv" ...:::::::rv e 00 J l' CI Slip UO I' 6 124.a n"ICI 40 .!alc

"I once attended a mandarin's banquet ........ Palatka .........,..Ar I UU< ((
Ii Thin train will be composed entirely of: that I have used Ballard's Horehound .9. 66J! q1 a! 11 06 a _S 20( Lv. ; .J! .1.I' .!.!8"e 0' :
for wbich seat fare In Peking" said an ex-consul say ,.... ,. V lfi\1r-: \ .. .....-.... A,........... ull btiWO,1.1: TI p 1061> '"'', -
parlor cars, extra "and It was the most remarkable feast Syrup for years and that I do HI.EarBy Risers 'i 8 00" ; i06 I' 6IS( a 806 a Lv .........San .III oleo ...........Ar 7 Hi.1.!>ILP 800 a g '"
i, will be charged not hesitate to recommend It the TIsp fs1 1i ::::::::: Lv.............. :Naol<'...............Lv. 44 ........ /46-ii i1. i- ..!
Loca1'1na11'add' No. will I ever sat down to. One course appeared as The famous IStllo pills. :::::::::::. 782 I> 1219 p .:.......... :: ..........Bun none............ :: 4 86, P .-..,..... 4110 a
l: express: 39 to be plain hard boiled eggs. The best cough syrup I have ever used. ............ 740 1'1126 p'. .... ...... ''' .... .. 4211! P '4 : 422 a
leave at a. arrive .... U ........Or..oul1 Rui.l....... B8"p .
: Jacksonville 9:20 m. ...... 8 24 .
.
; eggs can-j on unadorned. Their shells 2Bc, GOo and $1.00 at A. O. Rlegel'sDrug STARVING 80 p 884 p1788'ptlla\ .. ......Ormond.......... 107'p 4211 I' 860 t, "
West Palm Beach at 7:56: in. Return. TO DEATH. tI ,: ..... ............ N6a 418 887 a
'J', p. were Intact, and yet, when wo broke Into Store. 11jQ/ P 8 411 P 1 011 P U 20 a .. Daytona .. P P .1 li a
.
II'u from the East Side this train will them we found that they containednuts Because her stomach was so weak- ..... 8 67 I m I: ......... Port Orll"e........ 8 8 4l p..8 2ft
I g 12 :iii..EJ;; 1 80 p yt 44 a Ar..N.\v Flmyru..J U.6p s 02 1 \\I a
t\\ leave West Palm Beach at 8:3t: p. m. and and sweetmeats. Another course ened by useless drugging that she hill a1021.!! a 4Ii 4411) Ar........., Luke lIoll.n ........+P. 1846 p1245\ I' gbp I" P
} reach Miami at 10:55 P- ">. was whole oranges, with unbroken Still at the old stand. Send us your could not eat, Mrs (Mary H. Walters, 1089 .1089 a 4 56 P P 4 III' p" .....?..Or""lIe Jill ......... 120$ P 12 85 P 840I\ J1i; P
1480 12110
,
6 6110 ..Orllnlfo ('IIY Jnnctlon. "{r 1',640 l' ''It121 \
laundry. Satisfaction guaranteed at 109a1040' a OI.P! p
i 'I' ; Southbound No. 35 Palm Beach and skins, yet Inside the oranges were fivedlft'erent of St. Clair St., Columbus 0., was lit- Il OPt1ap: 11 M a tv..New Smyrue......... v li 19 84Up a h; a I ,I .!!
.
kinds of jelly. The Chln'aeguests Straban'a Steam Laundry. tf/ erally starving to death. She writes: 0 a Ii6 2 IK p." ...", ....... O"k LiIll..Ly 2.. P ............ I g1 a ao
( Miami Express will leave Jacksonville took these "i1iii"101l6;; P IJ a 48 P t2 41 p Ar.. .........Thnavt le............ a oa 2 611'.J'48. a

*{ 4:20:: m., Arrive at West Palm Beach: two courses as a matter My stomach was BO weak from useless _a 80_. 'lnro-. ........ ... ............ ............-!'"" uu .............. v n2a11120 s .... -
p. from the Cat) of course but I, in amazement ask THE BREATH OF LIFE. drugs 'that I could not eat, and my ............ n 20 all iIO a .= Lv..............Hanford..Ar! ........:::: ......= !S! .80 .I I ". a
4:10: a. m. Returning; ed our host how on earth they had been It's a significant fact that the strongest TIra 1o ji i "248P 4TP Lv............iliusvlile..At TI8 n 2 6Y IJ Tn ., .
bide this train will leave West Palm nerves so wrecked that I could not .......... n 11 8 21 ....."....Cuoo" ..............wv 1 87 P ............ I 00 a ,.
concocted. He shook his I'
i smiled and :
: animal of Its size, the gorilla, also -... .._. U : p 820 p........... .........Recklod......-.. int p ............ 11 66. ?
Bracb station. at 5 a. m., reaching Miami head. sleep; and not before I was given, up "..."...... .,0.5 age 1 2. )> _.Roek lodge otol..... 124 P 218 -
No. will buffet that lie 'Is cook's has the largest lungs. Powerful lungs to die was I Induced to try Electric ".... .....12 4N p I' ......... .. 0 .....:.....E nMolbourua 6"11I0........... ? 12 41 P ........ pII22 a .:-...
7:30 a. m. 35 carry Ah : said. my : ... ..... ,.. 12 8a ........::. 11
means powerful creatures. How to .....::1......1112 4 21 P ......... .. ..... t- P II. ., .
1, sleepers and day coaches. secret Bitters; with the wonderful result ........... I a lIB a 469 P ............ ., ..........'ebnltlao .......".. 1160 ............1127 p.. ;-
t keep the breathing organs right shouldbe ............ .1 46 I H P .to ...........!!t. Lnclo............ to. \I 01 ............ 10 86 P ...::'
I t1 with buffet sleeper drawing that Improvement began at once, anda 8 86 ..._.. Fort .....".. 66 "ta U'> P 10 P 12 82
Ip No. 99 Warren and Jeflornon.Joseph man's chlefest study. Like thou- complete cure followed." Best health ..4...201....... \\ 00 a 6 00 II P ...._.... TI!>balli ........... :: to 22 a............ e 6 7 .....a.
p and day coaches leaves Jack. 97 : 84 n" ........ 1' p
: (; room car at West idan's Jefferson was playing Sher. sands of others, Mrs. Ora A. Stephens, Tonic on earth. 50
\ 4'Y> 67 p..
?' PalmBeach at 6:07: a. m. and after its Boston on one occasion many years druggists.. .........- B 54 a 7 04 1 ............ ........... lIobe SOllnd ......... .88 "............. ds p "....-
i: to do. this she writes "Three ........ ........ 1tl a............ 'to ::
His version of the had beenarrangl'd : bot- ....,....... 883 721 p............ .WQ.t Jupller. ., I'
play
leaves West
return from the East Side ago. 760 69t1 Ar.-..Welt Palm Delleb ..... 560 at055 a a13 p11DO'p
410 p
reaching In such 'a way as to give tles of Dr., King's New Discoverystopped orders 6 607 17 a a 460 a a 821 P P. 6 I 80 pL.......... Palm lIellcb .........Jv 11.0 a 10 2t1 a II OH P 10/\0\ P
Beach m. Leave
at 6:27 a.
Palm at The TropicalSun .
.. .
11111 (140( ....SVeatPalm lIeaeb .At 116 ,10011 a 78S 1'10 2tI
Miami 8:30: a. m.NORTHBOUND. Bob Acres considerably more prominence my cough of two years and office for all kinds of engravedand ..S27.........a. 100 628 s a S55 P p... .......P. :: ............1Ioyn ton ............ .v 4K" .. ....... 7,18 p. .""P
perhaps than the author originally -: cured me of what say: iiloiii thought monogram stationery and visiting ...... .... (688 O09 p........... ............_Delray............. 7 88 a ..........:. 7011 p" .......
+ .......-.... e83 .1000 ... ... ......Fort LauderdRlo.,.... 6411\ ...... 61111 p. .. _
1 TRAINS. Intended, occasionally at the ex consumption 0, It's grand for 'throat cards. ....._.... 642 1009 p.P ..:........ ........ Darla.-. ......... .. 84.1: a........... tl00 p.,.;..;.
/ Train No. 78 local mail and express: pense of the other characters. "' ........ o64 alOlO ........." "........Ilnllandaie.. ........ 680 a ....._.._ 648 p...._...:
and lung troubles. Guaranteed by p. .J.omonCitj... ..... 60a ........
11-1 ; 720 a1045 .. .... ..."". a. 21 ........
with buffet cars and day coaches, leaves liam Warren the old comedian, all druggists. Price 506 and tl.OO 680':760 .1019 I P 77a pAr..............Miam1"' ''"' ..Lv 800 a 8 11 .a( p'8 P
West Palm the: i lay out and at Its conclusion was YOLEYSHONET EAR _..... .. 800 a............ ..-........ Lv ... .. .111111..1. ......:. At ............ ........ .....
Miami at 6 a. m., arrives at 1.. ... homestead ..... Lv".......... ............ 1280 jjp
asked "How do like Jefferson'sBob Trial bottle free.PROFESSIONAL. ............ 1080 a ............ ............ Ar ........
after ita'return you Cures Cnlilai Prevent Pneumonia -
Beach at 8:15 a. m., and Acres V" BufTot Parlor Cars on tralna 28, 20, 78, N. Buffet Sleeping Curi on trains 88, 99.28, \\18.
from the East Side leaves this city at 8:50a. t Dally except Sunday. I.
"Capital capital replied Warren, -
m. reaching Jacksonville at 7:30: p. m. 'and Sheridan twenty miles away.: CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE!' AND ST. AvnVS1'lmD29t

Northbound No. 74 Miami and Nassau CARDS. ,_ Geo. S. Hacker & Son No.' 3' No. 27t No. No. 43' .ii No. 1No. 36 No 89 No'-93 -N-o. 16S
-- Dally OeIIY
l Special composed exclusively of buffet Carlyle'. w.,.. SOUTHBOUND Dally D511y Dally DdII E ExMon Daily Dally Gaily E.Oelly. Mon

will leave Miami at 8t5 a. Carlyle appears In a brief reminis- LA sr. jr .
parlor cars \ Lv Jack.onvllle 800 900 a 920 a 1 10 P 2 60 Pl8 011 p 4 20 P 8 20 P S 80 9 011 PAr
m., arrive at West Palm Beach 10 a. m. cence from the pen of Percy Fitzgeraldthus \ c. CHiLrjiNCrWouTii I I St. Allgu.Une 000 a 1000 a1080 a a10 p 950 00 P slop e20 p ago p1000 p
Side stations this : The thing with Carlyle was to ,
East .
,I Alter going to a No. 74" No. 30t No. 78tINO" r No. 28tNII. 98 No. 52 US"'
send out for a long churchwarden (a Dally
train will leave West Palm Beach at ATTORNEY AND CuUNaELLOfi ,, NORTHBUIIND Dally Dally Deily Dally Ex. Sun Ex Son Oelly Dally =, Et gun
reaching Jacksonville at clay pipe) and a screw of tobacco, I I I _!_ -
10:25: a. m., which put him In great good humor. West Palm Beach Fla. II I 1 Lv 8t. Augustine' p gg p ; ig p IHg p 11 to a ag: a 6 80 710 B 20 T 66 aAr
Jackeonvllla.: : 740 1210 740 840 920 a 866 aa
He talked to his plate, as you might
740.No.. 98, with buffet sleeper, drawing say If anybody said anything from rilSO. O. OUUUIK Trains composed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra teat fare will be charged
leaves Miamiat t flay" Coaches operated on these trains Mi which no extra or teat Tare Is IIbarged.i .
room cars and day coaches which he dissented you would hear him Attorney and CounseUor-at-Law I

8:20 p. m., arrives at West Palm murmuring, "01. the pair auld fool; a WEST FILM' BEACH FLORIDA i : 11I3 No. al 19 N Dally' 17No No IB No. ,.0 No. asSun.

Beach 10:25: p. m., goes to the East Side regular pulr auld fool I" ." R : 8un. Dally E_. Maypo Branch Dally Only Sun. D a.
Only Onlr Bun.opp .
TTrT 1
and leaves here for Jacksonville at 10:55 UUANN1NG, ati
Morn 1010 00 i3 i Lv..Jack.onvllle "._At 80 a 1280 P Bo ==
1r p. m., -retching the latter place at 8:40: Lhl'h -a ., wMANUFACTURERS 240 P 10150 a 6'40 P 8 54 a Ar..._.Pablo Beacb..._ 6 tIO aUjQ/ a 4 tIO p ......_
A case was being tried on the chargeof Attorney and Uounsellor-dv-Law, s tk 2 41 P 10 M a CI 411 p 889 a _....Atlantle Boacb_ 8 41 all 46 a 446 P .???_..
selling Impure whisky. The whiskywas r 800 ell I 10 700 p 9 III ............ Maypoth...........Lv CI 80 all' 80 a 480 p ........--
m.Northbound Olllce
28 Palm Beach and ( over Hunk.l
No.
of conches I' offered In evidence. Jury retiredto WEST PALM BEACH FLA PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Miami Express, composed try the evidence. Judge (presently) --- -- OF !

and buffet sleeper, and makes all stops. -What Is the verdict? Foreman of MEDICAL AND S;SUKG1CAL Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company for

Will leave Miami at 5:10 p. m., reach the Thirsty Jury-Your honor, we want ------. -..- Doors, Sash I
O. Bunn Al. LPHY8ICUN >, Havana Key West and Nassau.Three
West Palm Beach at 7:38 p. m. After more evidence.-San Francisco NewsLetter H. .

going to the East Side this train will AND 8'JRGEnNOl Blinds, MouldingsAND Sailings Each Week.

leave West, Palm Beach station at 8:13p. : at aide No transfer
A Conjugal Tiff. ca over Potrvr'a bicycle store WEST TraIns discharge passengers hlp'

m., reaching Jacksonville: 7-40: a. m. Husband see plainly you want to PALM BEACH. KeHldencn near Royal These Time TAble. anew the tlm... at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
-PolnclunaIIotei, PALM; EACH. 12.1 from theaeveral etatlona. but their arrival or departure al the times atated fa notguaranteoilDor
And In the street tool Material
get up a quarrel. Building tola Company be bold reaponalble for anydelayaorany oonaeqaeaaea arlalng tberetrom.
Patronize 'tome Industries, Stra- Walt at least till we are Inside our own POTTER, Bl. !>., .
han's Steam Laundry Is still running. house. Wife-Impossible. I'shall have 'It.ll. CHARLESTON, ,. C. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

work. tf. cooled down before we get there.- U. 8.98 WEST PALM BEACH FLA.DENTAL "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
Send us your t r- Largest Factory South.
Paris Journal. j I J. D. RAMNER. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Act.. ST. AUQUSTING. FLA.

If you want anything in the sporting Send for Prlren.COUGH. .
Wanted to Kind the. Crumb. 1>K.B. II.HACYUll..J. N. NWlIIANDrs.
goods line, call and see our assortment. -- ---- ---- ---- -
r.famma-'Vbat are you tearing your
B. M. Potter, Flat Iron Building. doll to pieces for? Ilattle-I'm looking MACY & NEWMAN

9. for the crumb of comfort said
papa
DENTISTS .
For Sale Cheap. was to be found In everything.Man KILLTHB
Office In Jefferson Block
situated on Datura AND CURE THE LUNCS
The Keystone, Is the merriest of all the species WEST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA -

treet. Apply to C. C Chngworth f of creation. Above and below him aU
J. E. LIDDY WITH
Dr
are serious.Aildlaon.. p\U. King'sNew

Wheels for rent at Cummings. o-13-tf Tate Springs mineral water, Broad- Dentist

well & Moore. Oflloe Flint door west of Dodo County State Discovery

.
Dank
Buffalo gas engines in stock at Huff "
WEST PALM BEACH FLqRDASoatberrn Price 9cer r\
J3" CURED CONSUMPTION.
tiers too
FOR CONSUMPTION & $f.00
Mrs B. W. Evans. Clearwater Kan., Free Trial.

Improved Train ServiceThe writes, "S/lT husband lay sick for three
Surest and feluickest Cure for all
Atlantic Coast Line and its months. The doctors said he had THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES -

connections are now operating solid quick consumption. We procured a 4s or MONEY BACK.

through trains from Jacksonville to bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup,

I;; Atlanta via Waycross, Tllton and Macon and It cured 'him. That was six years

'w with through coaohes to Nashville ago and since then we have always ---

? and Pullman Buffet Sleeping kept a bottle la the house. We can SEEDMake How you can get good priming paint

; Cars to St Louis and Chicago. not do without It. For coughs and enre a ylald of quantity and or $1.25 per gallon ; Buy one gallon 1

} Trains leaving Jacksonville via Atlantic colds It has no eQua),." 26c, BOo and yuldlt Whun lrur tathor. ?anted New Era Paint at $1.75 per gallon, and f dc
Furry e, they ware 0,0 the = ston
d Coast Line, daily at 9.00 p. m., $1.00 at A. O. Rlegel'a Drug Store. market, but they bave Man tmprov. one gallon raw linseed oil at 70 to 750 f so ,
Ins ever ether. We are .aperla tofnwer
and arrive Tlfton 1.26 a. m., Macon and vegetable eeed.. and you have two gallons oL: the best

4.40 a. m., Atlanta 7.50 a. m., ChattanOOga tr.ted 1909,Need lroe to allapplleante.D. dint paint made. Try It. We guarantee

1.15 P. m., Nashville 6.BS p. m., NOTICE. M, FERRY a CO.. Detroit, Mtch. satisfaction. B. M. Potter, Flatiron

Evansville 1.25 a. m., St. Louis 7.08a. .In County Judge's Court! Probate Jurlsdlcton Building! West Palm each.

m., 'and Chicago 9.30.a.. m. Dade County, State of Florida.In Four Sailings Each Week Between

Good connections are made at jacksonville the Matter of the Estate of PatienceP.

from all Florida points thus Ward, Deceased. : JACKSONVILLE 0 NEW YORK

affording the quickest and moat conic Notice .Is hereby given that on the Railway 1 Calllnu'at Charleston, s.C.( both wava..

venient service from this territory to second day of July, A. D. 1906 I shall THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN TH COASTWISE SERVICE


the For West further Information see Ticket present any accounts for final settle- Two Trains Daily to Wa shington, and New Yor -- THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN LINES
ment and apply for my discharge as
1 Agent of "Consult the Purple Folder." executrix of the Estate and of the Last 8CHEDTJXH EFFECT VE NOVEMBER ill, 1905( Direct Service Between
JACKSONVILLE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
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Will and Testament of Patience P.
No.JI.I No.30 Two Tr..I. W5Oo3a N Nn.17 0.1J: North and West Iso I No.1BE AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Ward, deceased, to the County Judge. Calllnc at Charleston. boll ways
i In Court of County Judge; State of at Miami, Dade County Florda.' 755 ry-'Jack.onvIUe;; Ar1t400 -- !- ;p iZi L. JaeJc onvl..80Ry. ii TIi104ft 8KMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
10 4op r.v J..UI AI' 82f'pI '03<>" Lv J."p. So Ity Ar/8/ IOn 6 10.400M Southbound\ From Lewis' Wharf Boston
,
Florida, Dade County. VICTORIA ADELAIDE ROOT >>II121.. a Iv Savannah Ar a411p655p 3001I AI' l\IacOl Bn RI"" 120: la
600a AI' Columbia Irv 4oop 6 DOn 5200 AI' Atlanta. 110 Ry' I.v 1116p10 III);' Northbqtupd From foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
r of the estate of Prince
In the matter Executrix of the Last Will and Testament 10 lop 9550 AI' Charlotte Lv it top I lg Ihp 1088" 7 30a AI' Rome, Io RI"" L. 90rol> I >lop> I
J. Baker. of Patience P. Ward deceased. I Ica> ia3r AI' Grrenebnro Iv IORp. 11880 1188. 8 2s AI' Dalton 80 Ry Lv! 74,11' 41"p '
S Sin 210 AI' Dnnvllle Lv 18T 180" 1 (JOn 94aa AI' ChattanougaT L'f 800 Soup CLYDE ST. JOHl\cf RIVER LINE
br To all creditors! legatees, distrib H. PIERRE BRANNING 5 sop: AI'lodnlll.on.Ho: Ry Dro"
claims of RIchmond L. Ii 80p t1 Sip 140 AI' CI&lnnat Q &C L. SOOn Between Jacksonville 3anford.
j' utees and all persons having Attorney for Executrix. 16 4ap AI' (;lndl and

'' demands against said estate. ---.-- 4114',I 4 Onl' AI' Ly"c burg .v 880.. 9.06tl B4opIL" Chicago ll.1I1g4ffiOrl Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis Berealord (DeLand) and
r;'' You and each of :you are hereby: notified 18n 610" AI' CharloU..vUle Lv 1481'' I';, a -I S 3SP/LV/ CllI..l!., 1'.Lln...Lvl rl II "L Intermediate Landings tn the St. Johns River
F.I.lne. S "
ChiCAgO.
DeWltt's %UV SalvoFor q 3081" 9MIp AI' Wa.hl"glol1 I.v 10 81. 9""pII jj
f and required to present any scull 113ft" AI' BAltimore Lv 0 12" 8 97nx49 -- Stop Lv Cincln'ett.C1a()A rlT. Steamers City of Jacksonville and'Fred'k DeBaryare
demands which or Piles, Burns, Sores. 235a ArWeoC l'hllad..lphl. l.v aui" Slip 72311/AIIChl"o lono..llIv Soup94SPhvClnetu'stl appointed te sail lollowat teave. m. Returning -
claims IIJ
or you 4151)1 630a \1' New York L.I IUD _SEp ;CfI&D r rood ma Jackaonvllle, dully except Saturdays, at % p.

; either of ':you may have against the No. 33 and J4.-'-New York end Florida Exprrna. 5""aoa/A' Toledo 0 H It D Lv 1140y J I leave Sanford dully except Sunday at 9:80 (C m.
GIVES HEALTH, VIGOR AND TONE. 1541 A' Detroit P hi Lv (0"I'" -
estate of Prince J. Baker, deceased Dnlly Pullman Drewtng-Room Hloepinir" Car I
64 Herblna Is a boon for sufferers from Pur T..mpa and Jacket "villa ta. New York. Q sop LvvClnalnu.t i i ;] ii Kr50 11- I, '
late of Jade County, Florida to the _I.!40. Ar Cleveland Die! 4 Lv, 0 Southbonnd Bche 'sa.1d aneamla. By its use the blood Is NOB. 39 xnA TO--"Wmihlnitnn(; and Florida Lv ( lre4'tv1 11'8i'1pAI.II..III. Read dowtt.Leave Read up.
undersigned administratrix:. of es- Limited 'Dnlly Pullman Drawing Room gluey 5301''' .., ,... r. 1L1'I73i I\ y yo pro. .. ". ........., .... JACKSONVILLE ... ..... ........ ..Arrive > eo amPALATKAi
and the color
tate within two, years from the date quickly regenerated be- Ing C t, Jacknonvllle to New York I.I4LIIII 4)9J '. S 45 pra .. .. ... .. .... .. .. . ... ...... ...... ..., Leaves oo pASTOR "

hereof. comes normal. The languor .la dim No. 'I'hl'oll"h" T.IIIII oi'llhoAkV- 940" AI' AnnlNlon. 80 Ry: v I8ap } ooam ..... .... .... .... .. .. .... ..?..??...,.. ..... .... ya I>m
a inished. Healtt. vigor and tone pre pLvj i"kltOnvlUe., t'la' J114 u A. Blrnaln ham, Lv\ 11ft w 4305111; .... .. .... ... .. ... .. ,.t.FltANCIS' ." Joop"
Dated 30 A. D. 1906. Lv tI..u".Ga A ArMemphla PrlllCO Lv 81ft. "
.January. dominate. New life and happy activity Inca Ss1As Columb!.."B.C 81161 O"'n l> AI' K..C ly." Iv 6Mlpa ". -- .. .. .. ... .. ,BRP.JtSFORDClJtli( NV),..?. : : looplD ,

Rosa E. Baker, 1 lOp A' A"h.lII. N. C. jr. j- Memphis Ar l--- Arrlvsaosm.......... _.....ku....... ......8ANPJRD ..... ....... ...... 9 30.m
Administratrix of the estate of results. Mrs. Belle H. Shrlel, 6nl I07pAf'r Knoxville Rot 8>>rlnIlA.Tonn' N. C. llIAr 9BpHagh" LrieplNo. 1O Oi> am.................................ENTErtPKISE.?,............. .................. 1 OOan

Prince J. Baker, deceased. > Mlddlesborough. 111., writes "I have sip,' A' Loulavllie. Ky r.. 13 !:"! 14-0u. : Solid Ve.tibutetrain.
if'! been troubled frith liver complaintand 4 hl\ A' 8t Louily. 1110. through dry """ch... .lId Pullman .I..plne. cars General Passenger and Ticket Olflce. 122'. W. Bay St. Jacksonville
SIAII A' ('lnc".n.II, Ohio Jock.onvlll.. to CAnclnn.l1.IR -

FURNISHED ROOMS-Specially low poor blood and have found nothing 4N. squid lyPnllmsn Drawl nR-Room No, IBand tp-l'ult: nan Ur5wln6 150001 Sleep. .w. 4.000YEItJrFrelhtArt-f.61.IILONMtaNORRJr-Asa'1n'tPae.Agtl2ASysatBaylll-Jnukaulv; By..LLBnptn flo., ,,
PyOV
y rate for furnished rooms from now to benefit me like Herblne. I hope and. BulT..t I-II..eplnll'. Car between JocJcMOnv.l14 Cars between JuckaonvW., titrmingham I 'anof ROlnn BI ".1..Jncultnvillp "Inrtd C
Memphis and Knaea4; Ult" _
old Clnelnn..U. ,
A.C.HAUERTYOea78aefnPa.Avt.NewYmk! |..NqOIMo'iPPIAgtN.7]
till December 1st. The Ilex, Clematis never to be without It. I have wished .-r7 dls.=' Atlanta Spenl.d Pull. Clt111Ebi1"

? that I had known of ,It In my husband' Excellent Dining Cur Service, '' Dr.wlng aoqm MI..lnlC Care. Jackoo. VHEO ft. EO len, Vice Prnldent. and O"nor..1 Mmin"" f'
next door to The Virginia.
Avenues t-N, .. ln Atlan.a sod Chattanooga.., Potl8..n"erol"
Vfeybrecht. 1m ; Ufa time 1 EOc. A. O. Rlegel'aKodol aD All 1..0. remain in sleeper in Atlanta. unlll 7:86: ...ID.t GuneralOmee.PiertillN.wthittcur.NowYorkr] llraneli.,*!H> Bioodwar.
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Finest fashionable souvenirs of all Dyspepsia Cure' W, H. TAYLOR G. p. A. Subscribe fO'r.the Sun t

I kinds and prices, at Idner's. I Digest .what you eat. B.H.HARDWICK, PT. M. BROOKS MORGAN, A.. Q. p. A

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THE Tiorl; < M StFN, WEST:< PALM BI AU, FLOUlDA WEDNESDAY;;: APRIL d I, UHJO\ PAGK< L FIVE)

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McRae, T. J, Haygood and I. D.: Tay: '
t filing/; me this tale:' "When Mr. Flag-
lor. Cleric: H. B.
Tr: t8 RlEt l\Bl\ r piano' school-house. Hodges. Polling ler wa rxundiin.lili i mud,' Miulli( I ofRocltlcd J

I'1, .I' i :N< i; I I i. Har.lc c, .D. Stock c. hi- iil'lcii vi',,1I! d the farnn'i'H |'

'I' 'y.' ... I dv.I ill" "rev. Inspectors( ; J. along till')) line tiud 1 made. l(their ur'iuulntanfe. Abrams & Miller 'J (1
IIIs9
', ',11 I. Unwind'
I .. nOIll>'C'H more.i .
l r tir ran up with a Dano nnniud Simrvath,
i "Precinct No. Inspectors: W. W. Profitscan
who had a great many pretty shrubs '
'
Marshall Ed T. King and )
: OJI Henry Blacksmiths & "
and '
flowers, some of them new to Mr.Flnglpr. WheelwrightsHorseshoe'in
Bryan 'Clerk: R. A Bryan Polling
The Dane was hard at workon
place, Stranahan's store. be greatly-Increased by giving
Ills place but Mr. Flagler tried toengage J
"Precinct No. Inspectors J, B. special care to the health of every
:
Wofford, J.V.. Ives and J. A. Harp. animal and fowl on the farm. him In conversation, but Sparvat 1 h

AI IPlQPfJVDER 'Clerk: J, H. Glesson. Polling place, Sick poultry,sheep, cattle, hogs, h would only answer him in monosyllables !:,: and General Re ,
I school house. horses, etc., depend on their livers and growing tired of 'Mr.'( '
to keep them well Flagler's queries, he said: '"I am very
"Precinct No. 9-Inspectors pailWo'rk
I : Paul busy and have no time to talk to you, .
Matthews I* Fornel land J. I, Peters and B ,
you bpther me Uncle Henry syu;

AlJS LU lLY! Pi.1 E Clerk school: house.J. A Daughtry. Polling place, BlackDraughtStock walked away with a good natured) Manufacture of Tools aJSpecialty

smile and let ,Mr. Spurvath; work unmolested -
|I. "Precinct No. 10.-Inspectors: T. L. l
After Mr. Flagler got out
Townley, H. Dala 'Miller] and S. Paid One All Out-of-town Orders 'x ''
Talc groatesl of L. and Poultry of hearing a man who had been a Freight Way on ,I It
Patterson. Clerk
R B.
I : McLendon. listener to what I have related, asked W 1-' I

6 d rn.Umo feelscosking !I Polling place, Falr bulldlng. Medicinekeeps Sparvath if he' knew who that man

I t m ;- "Precinct No. 11.-Inspectors: B. S. was. "No sir. "Why, that wag !Mr. ; .t ,,

te perfoct I Potter, Andrew Harden and Jackson their livers working and 'Flasler." "Well," said the Dane "1can't l'oinsetta Street North West Palm Beach
Peacock. Clerk therefore keeps them well.
J. W.
I : Gallaway. help that, I wasbusy, and he had :
Stock and Poultry ils.
Polling place Shone's Black-Draught -
old store. ;
Medicine Is a pure, natural, nothing to do; he has his money made -
Ite sd in the besf' f faro,. Precinct No 12.-I. T. Stephens, W. blood and acts and -
I t vegetable, purifier, In the bunk, and I've got mine to -
flies the world over J. Daugherty, A. T Diival. Inspectors; by regulating the stomach, liver I make." Noah and Ivnad walked a -- ,
Thos. Mitchell\ clerk; polling place and 1tciwels. s. ,q ,j t) tq
of mile before realized how
quarter I
f Tweedell's hall. era It, Chicken prevents and Cholera cures, Colic Hog,Chol-DIs- I'| far his father a had overshot the mark. ""r"r"r""r""Tr"r"'T'" " " ""r"r"'r""r"r""r"r"rI " " }" ,m,, ,;; i ;,''t/', i iI

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,_. .M r0r0.e t. .aY I/ I 19.
,
e Precinct No 13.-Henry GoHsman, Colds
temper, Caugha, \ Hero I was dead broke, with five Q

William Anderson, J. Castello, Inspectors Wasting lion, Fever, Loss and of aU the Appetite, handsome young men running against I I f el o
Away, common T17e Rie pharmacy[
'OFFICIAL CALL ; H, A, Proctor, clerk; polling stock diseases me for Clerk of the Circuit Court, besides | 1i
place school house 'Is
It a perfect medicine for gen being handicapped with an Irre- -.
"J$; reclnct No. 1J.-Inspectors: W. A. eral'farm use. Wry It. ''
I: Fo Democratic Primaries In sistible desire to sharpen a "Faber, Solicits YOUR Trade.
Scott, R. Blackwelder and J. F. Sax- no money In the bank and a slim

I'' Dade County.A on. Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place, chance ';
Price 25c for A large can, at i i to get any there and I felt like /

the 'Saxon's store. all and i returning to iny friend's home and having We Pure at Moderate H '
druggists dealers I SK give you Drugs '
meeting or Dade County I Precinct No. 15.-<'M. A. Marshall, a scrap Some day I will catch him '

Democratic Executive Committee was S, it.: Alsabrook, A C Frost, Inspec- I' at the court house and I will make i = Prices, put up by a Registered iffc r'' ,

held at Miami, -Fla., on ,the 14th dayof tors; It, C. Stanley, clerk; polling -- him draw me a, diagram and see If I

March, 1906, pursuant to adjournment I{ place school house. opportunity to 'have a very pleasant ':can get what he was driving at into Pharmacist. | l 1
The shall be ballot -
voting by
on thick
I my, Cracker skull -
chat. He showed me over his .great I ---- \
tickets furnished by the State and i My next call was on Mr. A. R Krueger i ?'%l
following call for a primary Committees big plantation and It was simply Try our Candy Soda and Ice Oream 31gp W. I
The County Executive and at this gentleman being' an old IE '

election was adopted, to-wit: 'the close of .such election, the Inspectors grand. When I proffered him my handto friend of mine, I was glad to again I :-:*

Notice is hereoy given that there and Clerk shall proceed to canvass say goodbye, he remarked that his have the pleasure of visiting him. Up |== \ A. (O. R1EGEL, |3

will be a Democratic Primary Electionheld I the vote In accordance with the next neighbor to the north, wall a to this 'point I had forgotten the mis- ....

in the several election districts State law, and shall at once forwardthe friend of his, Mr. John Domini, whomI sion which made me leave Miami, but ST! Graduate New Ynrk', CnlU-geof: Pharmacy =3

of Dade County, Fla", on May 16th, County returns Executive to the Committee.Chairman of the had never met, and that he would Albert Jr., came In before' I left andI IJIIJIlUUUUI111Jt1J1lIsl1111111UI11!. JIl1Jl/II111111111111111JU1UU11C.. '

1908, and, if necessary, on June 12th, thought I would solicit his vote. I
1900 for the nomination of all Demo- The assessment to be paid by the walk over to his home with me, and assured Albert. that I had met Mark

cratic candidates State and County, to I various candidates shall be as follows: Introduce mo. We were met at the Witham at hilt grandpa's and that r, I

be voted for by the.. Democratic elec- Representative .. ...... .,.. ..$ 25.00 door by Mrs. Domini, who after see- Mark had promised to vote for me,

tors at the general election to be held i;Clerk of Circuit Court ,. ,. ... 150.00 ing ,us comfortably seated, withdrewto whereupon Albert told me I could GEORGE BAKER'S TRANSFER '.

November 6th, 1906, and to be appoint- Tax Assessor .. .... .. .. .. 75.00 call her husband. I found Mr. i count on his vote. I asked Mr. Krue- WEST PALM EACH )4

by the Democratic Governor of the Tax Collector ..., ..... ... .. 75.00 Domini to be a very pleasant gentleman ;ger who owned the pretty place Just "t'1 '

State, between the' date of holding County Treasurer ...... ..... 75.00 He formerly' lived In Atlanta, across the county road, and he replied Bus $ Trips'toLantana

such primary election, and the hold- County Commissioner ... ... .. 10.00 Gal:, but bought his present place "Harry Richards" I asked him If he and ,-l

Ing of the primary election, A. D. 1908. Member Board Public Instruo. 10.00 several years ago and intends makingIt was not a new comer? He answered, Baggage Delray f''''_ _'' '

The following officers are to be Justice of the Peace....... ,. E.OO his future home. He has done much "Yes" The name sounded familiarbut '

nominated at said primary election, 1 Constable .. .. ... ... .. 1.00 work on his place; hal- an elegant rest1 1 I was not certain I knew him, but Wagons Boynton 4

to-wit: i County Fish and Game Warden 6.00 dence a beautiful lawn, and a thriving when we met all was as plain as day. Meet and

One Representative in Congress, Supervisor of Registration 5.00 pineapple farm. I enjoyed my short ,Mr. Richards was formerly the pine- All Other ,t

Second Congressional District. All candidates are required to file a visit very much and on taking my departure i apple king of St. Lucie county. He had r
Mrs. Domini ran to the Trains-r ;$ ; ''I Points
Two Justices of the Supreme Court written application to have his name :read my articles written six years ago ; t
flower garden and cut a pretty button- when I was on the staff of the Tropi-
Two Railroad Commissioners appear upon the official ballot on the SPECIAL
TO COMMERCIAL MEN
hole bouquet and pinned 'It to the ATTENTION
cal
Sun, and I had done my level best
One Member of the House of Repre- blanks furnished by the committee
lapel of my coat, and when I walked !to put the Banner County on the PREE SAMPLE ROOM l i
sentatives. accompanied with the fees above set ',' '
away, don't think any Georgia Major 1 limb of ,
highest the tree I
One Clerk of Circuit Court for un- forth with Geo. P. Bull, of OJus FlorIda ; anyway "---- ; Ytlh
expired term. Secretary and Treasurer of the had anything on me In the way of a did ray part, and behold my world i t I
I step. At this place I told Mr.( Styp- ]Here he was one of us and Just as 4p
! One County Assessor of Taxes. County Democratic Committee, on or
One Tax Collector. before the 26th day of April, A. D. 1906. mann goodbye and hit the trail for :
! George ''McPherson's, where I met I :
One County Treasurer. The Democratic County Executive my i any man from Stuart to Homestead.I j J. E. HARDWleK i ;:
traveling companion talking to my asked Mr. Richards how much land 1 l
!
Five County Commissioners. Committee shall meet on Monday, May '
( friend George like a Dutch Uncle to a'' ]he had In' he X4'?
pines, and answered,
Three Members of County Board of 21st 1906, at the County Court HouseIn Groceries and Produce
: Family
! Public Instruction. Miami,
i One Supervisor of Registration.One the returns and declare what to the home of his father, Air. Robt, i so, but I risked a guess, and It was : .. hteiAt Living Prices. : '
,McPherson, where a very funny incident Just about this ::4tSr
candidates : He proposed being a m
Member (Member of the Dade are nominated by a majority efts d''i
! County Democratic Executive Committee vote for each county office, and In occurred that I will" relate later ;pineapple king In, a county where he :. Just Opened Up a Large Invoice of : Jr
on. I was very much gratified to find 1 had to himself -
hump to be Our
i one. 't
for Precincts NOB. li and 7, what cases a second primary will : FINE : '
that Time had dealt with both EXTRA GRANITE KITCHEN WARE
kindly next i iMr. call was on }Ir. R A Ledbetter;
II respectively have to be held. .
I
McPherson and his good wife, I was very sorry that he was not at .
One Justice of the Peace and One Attest: W. A. FILER
I Constable In such districts as have GEO. P. BULL, Chairman. for he and, in fact, his entire family home I and in justice to my friend, the : Clematis Avenue Just! \; West of Railroad : ra

I vacancies. had befriendedthe "Sun" In Its gloomiest ]Knight of the Grip who was paying a ,
Secretary. period, and I shall never be able l half the expense of our trip, we could ----- --
One Fish and Game Warden.
to repay the debt of gratitude which I i not wait for him to 'return, besidesIt
The rules governing said primary
I election 'be' THE PERAMBULATING lowe, not only to Otto Stypmann and I was getting both cold and late. and
shall the same as those
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adopted by the Democratic'' Executive Robt McPherson but also to everyone i as :the drummer had desires on the 7eoyoyo>.oyoleoroyoAoieoti0.o>,o5eo.o'leoko.oltoto o.o7BOao7eo.o ,u'1 1 '

I REPORTER WRITES of the good citizens of St, Lucie precinct i north bank of the river, we sailed over oetokokokoetokokoetokokoROkokur-uroetatukuetoetuKOStokoeto, "oBt -? '
Committee '
held In
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Jacksonville I To those who knew me, It Is \there. As that section belongs to o. I V ;
on February 24th, 1906, Ito I
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I I for governing State Primaries, so far 1 useless to say that my friend 'of the Lucie county, there was nothing St'l oC >.,X ,
Cf>nttnnd from I'air 1. Ito
i 4'Grlp, waa thoroughly tamed by this i that I was hunting, so I remained 00 '
j i as the
same shall brfippllcable to the q//qt'F '
plan, so we bade $ '
this a good .
County thought time, and would "eat out'of your hand. the launch and gave the Drummer a afO 00 1,91 e
Primary. Those and only P
goodbye to our friends' on the South He waited until we had made the free know do- OOJ
j those ; field Now I just I am k(1a
i to o'I
persons shall be permitted II I
become candidates before, or vote at, Fork, and arranged with Mr. Parka to usual greetings and assurances of the i Ing a foolish thing, but then I can't J am) After t

or participate In the of 'take us down the North Fork after pleasure It gave us to meet again, :help telling all, and hope my oppo- O.1Ir:> tlOII i ,,
\ management
aid primary1election, who declare I dinner. These four gentlemen whom when I let UP and gave the drummeran nents will not make a list of the i# ih; iii 1

thou I we visited have lovely homes and large opportunity to tell the clan of names ,of' voters I have already mentioned -
adherence to the principles and I
that are as fine as McPherson what a good house he had ,'and shall II II
organization the Democratic Party, I fields of pineapples now name some more : Your p niture Trade rl,1,
and what treatment he would'
good
National, State and County who are, any I ever saw and the yield this year of the substantial citizens of the St. ,
I accord them If 'they would only give Lucie After I
by the laws :; of the State, lawful will be large. I precinct a good supper .
electors of the election districts In I After a first-class dinner at the him the chance'to sell their pines. (Mr. walked over to the post office, where I .0 OC'o.

which they offer to vote, who have Stuart House, the "Knight of the Grip" McPherson concluded to give him a knew I would meet a number ot'. my ace oo ; :LA i y1'rv"

Paid their poll taxes legally due not and I boarded .Mr.; Park's launch and trial and asked for a stamp so' did old friends whom I had not seen dur- Vo. .ia1 Itu r-; ll r

along the Charlie (McPherson! and while the the When I with the Bed /
less than ten flays before\sald\ primary headed for the plantations ing day. was _. Iron and Spring,
first stop was at Mr. drummer was registering the numberof Sun the of "The
election, and who shall, when challenged North Fork, Our .gained soubriquet (5 xo''
by an elector, pledge' In writing Curd Schroeder's a young gentleman the stamps, Mrs. 'McPherson\ In a Perambulating Reporter" and to this w i t h. i ,

upon oath before any Inspector, to whom I met six years ago, who was at gentle tone ot voice asked for one. A day: I a' mproud of It, for (seriously) xo ALL MOSS MATTRESS- xo rt'tv '.

abide by and. support the result ofluch that time a subject of the Kaiser. Mr, look et( "I wonder what In the world t earned It. I did not resort to post a 0"

primary and support the l nominees Schroeder was not at home; being at she wants with a stamp" came over offices to meet the people this great Only $.875 "
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servingas the drummer's face, and Charlie noting "
thereof. the time at the County Seat county but went out to their homes Ito

The polls shall be opened and 'closed a Juror on the Suggs murder case.I it, said: "Why, mother Is the biggest I and got acquainted witthem\ I am n---: Fro
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at the several election districts, saw him commence to clear tho landto [ I shipper of us all; she will ship safe In saying that In 1899 and WOO I ',' I 0"

at the hours floced,.by the general election set the pines where he now has a about two thousand crates this year."I visited every pineapple field, orange .o Ir ,., Nice 30x 60 Rugs Iro
'11"11malte him ,Well, I don't believe that it and .
law; ,The following: named pineapple field which grove. .tomato field rthecounty.; 0" 0:01:
Persona sees !hereby?Appointed Inspectors .- Independent. Our next visit was to hard for me to, convince,anyone, that :j I 1 It will' be impossible for me to do this Only$1.40,1",1/ ,, o;

,and Clerks for the several election the home of my old friend, Otto Styp- the drummer handed her 'the"stiunp I now, but I intend meeting as many of 'j o t I: ",' ''I Iro

,.districts-: mann, and when I say.frlond. It means with alacrity After leaving these j I the people as I can, and if I can find 'I| aJ '" '. "II Ii'o 0" 1 1ax

"Precinct No. ''l'-Inspectors: N. H. all" 'whIC that Word I..,., .llmplles. .Mr. kind friends, I Informed Noah that I the f ttme.t -do so, will )write several articles l t 0"
In the court- could never' leave this'neck; of the nleaol: ,8ecbond ,,visit. A(,the ", Singer Sewing Machines oa
Parks, }I. B. Stypmann and B. Cf. BaIL Stypmann received us Ito ,. ,- ..,,,. '" Jr b',' i
Cleric: Carl Schroeder. Polling place obua, and kindly. manner which has endeared wooda. without paying my respects tobin station, ,I,,met my old friends ,John o '",/' '" ". For Sale or Rent". "\ ', a

Ball's storey;: JJMC u If' him to! all 'who have beeri.. ofortu'nite good old fa.therj"so-we steered the Taylor, Dave Wlthara and,, ;Ernet : ,J" I-I 0"
xo
Precinct( to know him,' and aftera' Knight of the Grip over to Mr. A R'I Stypmann, who like his brother Otto, "0
:2: 'as '
No. ; iinspectors: Frank ... .. ..
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told Krueger's: while we eage4'on old ,,' r -
Bowers, p, Kitchen and E. O. Mllle/ kind! greeting to the drummer, my is .a reliable" and honest gentleman. ,;j ""T
Clerk' of the Lake friend, Mr B. Parks. When we reached Before t left Stuart I called' at the ; ,
: James : him that hi wasa member i
school, house Hepburn' .Polling.place,',> ?
hard at work, dropped hat he ,
"Precinct Association, and as every .JKjCchlng and Walter Hitching and. to
: No 3.-Inspectors. Frank hAve ltt Ito ,. "
: tI't W. Ito
doing (Q ikM.k, 'tH V V'know '
Sheen, Joel A. pean and Dan Cos- member ;WI!:'"--111,, duty: bound i < fQ t 'allQ? was me, 'my reg.et, dl Votj bee theJatter. t am' '. 0:1:

grove. Clerkr '1'. j. Campbell. Polling thl!'" i'lOclalion'tt' ) handle his crop, the him pretty well, and about the'' also sorry tb'a't V did not 'meet Mr. J. ,a.g ,"Clematis\ A'veuue.Opposite School ,
In time! I noted aa expression on his kind Ii'o.' '., i Ito
WweT old engine house, drummer would, be wasting 'time C. Hancock, he being slightly India- Ion, t 0"
N talktlig'6dsineee i 'td him, so I told him face', which IndU-atoiJ.! tbafj$1 'j ould '] posed. j I, oo Ito
<> Inspectors:. 'Jesse l .
D J.Plclnc Styp- rather, be at work"'than taiklrjg to the'tramp 'Wilt'say coun-J 0" 1''
Henry CoMifuaingVt' that 'no
J. L. Garnett and F. WOo to "sktdoil. His nephew ? '< ; 1 tO on
Palmdr. Clerk lid he steered politician,' I made a bluff to try ever has tiette/ h'omlJsl' I qao : ,
( Cullen Pence/;ollln{{ mannf wa In.light t1Of> yl,: I, visited! 'oo
plaredPorter's '' ." ove'r to him, which pull;my freight; this h 'qulcklyAd voted I --- .,... Il
? the drummer 7eowoSao7moLotaotmotmolmofBOimo7mo7mbbkoitoitoRoitokokokom oa okoko
Packing! House. SlaVaj?ii1 g8odl63mdM'b f t ; ; ; r
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SIX THE TROPICAL M1N. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, AlMJlL 4, ttOIl!


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Mrs, A. 'H. Stephens wife of Princip- m" iU it W 4
paragraphs of The PrlrambnlatinlI
pal A. H. Stephens of the city schools ; THESIRK

left Saturday morning, accompanied
Gooal JntereslDeputy by bar little son. for Columbus, Oa? I Reporter Writes. '

to spend the summer with relatives.Mrs. 'I N

Stephens' many friends hopo that E'ASTER SiITSr.Now
c Shell Angus Martin spent <(<:imllnttotl ham par Elvej .
she return to the Cottage City
yesterday in Miami on official tmsl may ;
ness next season I and\ more valuable plantations than the COIPAtNY"ciii .

I people of this favored section, and I
Biltmore Cream, Broadwell & Moor: .. Air. George Rouse, a successful !assured them that the balance of the
t trucker and merchant of Pompano, '
Mr. Oeo. S. Rowley and family have people of the county were proud of !
spent Monday in the city on business. ,
moved to their cottage at Mansonla them. To this! remark, some of them! I Sale I
I ,
Mr. Rouse reports that all crop) lu Rat
for the summer. said that they were afraid they had .
his locality are in most excellentshape
very little in common with their fellow is the Time to Order
Havi..your bikes repaired at dimming and while the acreage is somewhat I citizens of the middle and southern \ i t

Clematis/ ave., opposite bank All work reduced this season, he expects I sections of the county; I positively Will last till Saturday,
guarauteed. 9-13-tf profitable results, and, thinks that tomatoes -
assured them that they were laboring a
especially will be successful inclusive .
Mr and Mrs Chas. B. Kendall have under a false Impression, that I knewto April 7th

moved to the Durkholder bungalow, on Mr. Fred Bachmann, the well known a certainty that the people of my

the lake front south of the city, for the Palm Beach Hotel barber, closed his section were delighted to have them
Di miss. tier. to net
I not opportunity
:, summer. shop and departed for Jacksonville help us pay the taxes necessary to run .1 i
n (good SUIT nfc the low pn:-
,Monday evening, after a very prosperous tho government of the Banner county, Spring Samples Ready
Tate Springs mineral water, Broad- .s we ore\ gelling\ !Ht
season "Fred" has for many and wa equally certain that none of
well & Moore.
seasons been quite popular on the East us would enter a protest against heir $6.50 $8.50 and 12.50

f Mrs: H. S. Miller and daughter, (Miss Side, and will return again to his old doing so. U

Nealle, left Monday evening for Miami, stand in the Slunyon building next The next morning I engaged Capt. worth double", the pi'ice.BOYS' F3Z

i where they will spend several weeks I season. During the summer he will be Jno. McNeil to take me via that water

i the guests of Mr. and Airs. S. Bobo located In Jacksonville. routo to Jupiter. It required the greater -

Dean part of the day to'make the trip, .
I The entertainment by ,Mrs. Cella because at every plantation enroute I SUITSAt m We Can Fit YouAnthony's

i lUltmorp Cieam, Broadwell &Moore Richard Phelps and her talented could
not help going ashore, Inspect-
Mr. Paul C. Jones, who aspires to daughert, MIllS Grace Pauline Phelps ing the place, and telling Its proud and One-third Off.
,for the benefit of the school library
the county commissionership from tins city -
contented owner what a fine place he ..
end of the county, Is in the lower end Interested a sri'ftl1 but very appreciative had. Arriving at West Jupiter I meta .

of the county, looking after his poli- 1 audience In Zapf's Opera House ,
number of my old friends, and from TOP SHIRTS
o, tical fences. Friday and Saturday evenings. Every the talk I heard got the subject for I 'ID

S' number of the entire program elicited another article, provided my oppon- The Latest Stiles l and Patterns
Hartford tires No. 77, fc oj each, at much applause and the entertainment
ents for Clerk of the Circuit Court do Attached or Detnolied CuffsSample .
I dimming 9-i3-lf I was meritorious from start to nnslh.I .
not force me to get a hump on.
mire E. \v>. Burkholder and son and I Two for $1.25
:Messrs. John and H. Brewster, of 3. O. FITTS.
daughter, Edward and Minnie, left

Saturday' for Norfolk, Va., where they Akron pleasant, Ohio(stay, have at returned Lake Villa north They aftera Barg'aln ',- Uitt ?{.J? UQD

will Join Mr. Burkholder and spend
have enjoyed the bass fishing in Clear I ShoesOnly
the summer. A new S.h. p. Iwo-ccVy engine for
Lake this season immensely, and will *I25. Rt Potter's, Flatiron Building, West

Huyler'g candies, Broadwell & Moore perhaps return another season. Palm, Beach a c few of them left at .

1 Mrs. D. R. Ingersoll, of Chicago, who
The Palm Beach store of Anthony
Brothers cloned for the season last has been the guest of her mother, iMra. For Sale One-half Their Value D. ALLEN

R. B. Moore( since last January, left Small eighteen-foot
night and the stock and force of salesmen motodaunch.wlth
have, been transferred, to the Saturday for her home, stopping en hood. Firsi-clasa in every rtspect. Price REAL, ESTATE AGENCYCity

West Palm Beach store. route with her brother, Mr. R. (3.: JiSO cash. B, M. Putter, Flat Iron The Sirkin Comp'yJefferson

Moore, In Jacksonville Building. Suburban and Country
Iluyler's Can ,, Air. Sam O. Fitts, the well known Block
Capt. Geo, B. Baker, candidate for candidate for count clerk, who is The 4nmnn Voice.One's Florida Property for Sale, and Rent
Surprise at tho fact that no West Palm Beach
commissioner from this dIst-
county making a tour of Dade county in the
rict, went to Miami yesterday, and two petHons' voices are perfectly alike West Palm Beach Florida
Interest of his candidacy, spent Monday ceases when one Is Informed by an an ,
will make a* thorough canvass of the' In the city and left in the. after- thorlty on the subject that, though

lower end. of the county. noon for Boynton. Mr, Fltts has resumed there are only nine perfect tones In the

his old time position as "Per human voice there is the astounding( For Sale
and lathe workat '
Gas engine repairing
ambulating Reporter for the People's number of 02,18G,044,411S< different 1
Huffstcttlcrs, f ftf Belinda Of these fourteen direct muscles "'tI.oi
'Paper," and will furnish a series of
little produce 10.383, and. thirty Indirect \
and
Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Warden -
his inimitable letters for readersas
our
t son, who have been guests of Mr. he goes from place to place. Ev- all In muscles co-ol>erl1t1on produce producethe 173,741,823, willie total Sherman's Point

and Mrs Win. Maughlln at their piet- eryone knows"Sammy"and it Is unnecessary given above. i West Palm BeachTown

bungalow. Lake Villa, leave Sunday
p ty to say that his letters will ------- on Lake Worth
r ,for their home at Akron, Ohio.
,fbe read with genuine interest by The

of all Tropical Sun's thousands of readersin Due Near Best Fishing
j kinds Batteries at Huffstettlers and motorboat supplies J3tf this aqd other counties ( Cent< : Lots.


I Miss Lena IM. Clarke of Fort Payne, i, Mr. F. C. 'iMcDannalil, the genial private Twenty-eight acres of Land suitable .

Ala.. la the guest of her brother and A-WOFRD
secretary to Manager 'Fred Sterry
for Fruits and Vegetables Choice Residence Lotsfrom
sister, iMr. and 'Mrs J. Paul Clarke, I,I of the Royal Poinciana and The __0 _.________ Pineapples ; -

and will remain here several days before Classified advtrt'.r""nts in tbis col- ; 300 Fruit Trees-Grapefruit,
Breakers, left last evening for Hot .
returning home. Miss Clarke has umn at one cent per ird for each in \
where sertion. Count the weds and send the Oranges; ISaaaoas, Qnavns-in full
been spending some .time in Miami.Lathe ,Springs, Va, he will spend the $200
cash with the or..r. up
i i summer at the New Homestead. :Mr. along bloom. One thousand feet cf Lake ,
work on brass and steel at Cnm- McDannald Is also the editor and
ttiiBga. 9'I3-tf. I owner of the "Daily Program" the MONEY TO LOAN. Front. Thirty-five large; Cocoanut one-third cash, balance by semi-annual

Mrs. M. J. Yarborough, formerly of I spicy little publication which has become IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY THAT Trees. Shell Mound. Beautiful installments, on reasonable time accord-
want to Improve and need moneyto '
this city, but now of Miami, has been so popular with patrons of the do it with apply to Geo. G. Cuirie View. ing to price'of lot..

called to Warwick, Conn., on account I great Palm Beach hotels, and he informed Went Palm Beach. '
For plats and full,,information apply to
:
1 of the illness of her mother. She ex- The Tropical Sun yesterday

pects to spend the igreater part of the : that his little paper would be enlargedto PIANO FOIl SALE. 'WALLACE R. MOSES

summer in the North' with relatives I, eight pages next season, and. wouldbe I Cost $400, made by flames & Co., At a BargainBOX ,

u b and friends. I made even more attractive than I just as good as new. All silver strings Agent; Florida East Coast Railway Land Department.

ever. The Tropical Sun Publishing :with mandolin attachment. Will tell West Palm Beach, Florida..
Potter at the Flat Iron Building:, car- Company has for the past0
seasons
cheap. !Must be of first '
I disposed by
ries a.full_line of fishing tackle and am. printed the Dally Program and yesterday 155, West Palm Beach Fla. """"'" ti
week; in April. Call at "The Northern"for ,
munition. closed a contract for another .
I particulars. lw
Air. E. H. Dlmlck, candidate for season. The circulation next season ----

county clerk, spent 'Friday in StuartIn will perhaps reach sixty thousand Batteries and Complete Launch SLIP :

the interest of his candidacy. While copies, and this will be the largest plies, at Fowler Bros. & King's. AUGUST STOCKER FAYSHOLRSAcknowledged

In Stuart, tt Is said that 'Mr. Dlmlck printing contract that has ever been
Brass Shafting, at, Fowler Bros. &
had a long Interview with ex-President handled in West Palm Beach. High-Class Experienced
,, Cleveland and got some sure enough King' ( rr .;N. ;-.-.

political Ups.B. Remy Magnetos, $15 oo. Best made Custom ShoemakerFiieBootsaiflStesMailstoOrte' :
Tk. Game of the Sheep. ,
at Fowler Bros. & King's. FayS _
M. Potter, gent for Mapes, AtnerU Among the gypsies of Bosnia( thereIs _
cus, Armour's, Wilson & Toomer's a curious game called "the game of
Painters, and genuine Imported Peruvian the sheep."

guano Flat Iron Building. You know they skin a sheep or goatIn Louisville & NashvillePiailroad

Mr. J. A. .Peeler;left last Friday for ,, the east by dragging the skin off Wear Rubber Soles and Rubber
whole over its head. This'
skin the S Slin1e h
Live Oak to accept a responsible clerical Bosnians drip and grease most care- Heels for Comfort

,, position with a large manufacturing fully. Then they tie I ap the four leg"

$ concern In that city. Airs. Peeler and the neck and blow It full of air, so BEST LINE TO Finest' Shoe Dressing, Polish and ShoeLaces ,

and little daughter will join him In that It looks like a very greasy, badly for Gentlemen's., Ladies' and

a few weeks and they will make Live shaped sheep. This It thrown In the Nashville Children's: Shoes always on bond. to be The Best 'Machlna on the Market
Birmingham .
middle of
Oak their permanent home. a ring and each man in turn ,. Clematis Ave. West Palm Beach
jumps on it with bare feet until one '
Lightest Shift Lightest Running.!! The Champion Writers of the World
i i iMr. Albert L. Cox left yesterday for succeeds In bursting It. The lucky one Knoxville Speed; .
Memphis use it. More Fay-Shole used in Pensacola make
other
then Lhanjaoj tingle
gets a Such <
} Thomaston Ca., where he will, make purse. a funny sight

l;? a brief visit with his aunt going later as It Is to lee them Jump and sprawl! FOWLER BROS. & KING See it Before
for of court if they do not strike it at Louisville Cincinnati : Buying.
to Atlanta, Oa.. to enter the State just the,right angle they slip on the '

Technical College and take a completer greasy surface as If it were a toboggan St. MACHINE SHOP R. C., DAVIS State(AfentCHAS. ., ,
course His,West Palm, Beach friends slide and go sprawling Louis, Chicago, 1 '

wish him every success In his new GAS ENGINE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY B. KENDALL, Local Agent,
PI..... and and SHAPER At the Tropical !Son: FLA
home.s ALL KINDS of LATHE WORK WEST:'.PALM BEACH.
Individual plates for table use were
Deputy Sheriff A. P. Oore, of Miami unknown to the ancients, who held All Points'North'and WestRoute
SUPPLIES 0 outaetoctoetostoetoreoRotxottoROStost
their meat In their band or employedthe GAS ENGINE I : O.OO.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.Oi
t was Ip the city Monday, having (topped -
off here on .his. return from Fort flat wheaten cakes then made on FOR SALE r e
which to hold of the Famous Tourist Tralo-
their victuals. They are
Pierce, where he went to serve Injunction first.mentioned in A. D. 000 as used by |i Cf. G.: Strohm C vim t ,gay I
Near Ferry Landing, Lake Front,
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papers on the tajc collector! the Inxnrioai on the continent, and In "Chicago & Florida Limite'd"Only .

of St. Lucie, county. He carried two the ninth century they had come Into WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA > .. ,, it ;
prisoners from this place to the county common use both In England and on Solid Pullman Train to the West, f f '

jail.at .Miami. the continent. They were made of Car.with Observation, Library sod Dining. ',FaMILY GROCERIES I Io i

wood, or some kind oLul'thware. the ,
The Kentucky Military Institute, theo former material being preferred be- LMVM 8 L Anirnitln, 11:11I a m.dally' TryTh' '

officials of which, werq hert last,,week. calico. it did not dull the knives. Leaves Arrives JuoluuavUla Chlouo .'.- ..- ... 5:10.::110.p..m.m.next dlljr day Fancy Food PrOd'uctS i
f A..Iv..SL Ioula a ,':IQ p.in.next' day '
with a view of,eetabil.hing.tlefrwipter / -
ih .
'''Th"S Br."I. *i g i
l, quarter ia West Palm Beach, have The saturnalia was a midwinter Through Sleepers; sliq\ operated on A. Tropical l Sunif ('
and'Provisions.f
visited St. Augustine for. the same pur-. feast of the Romans la honor of Saturn C. I. 8oj p. m. Train Jacksonville to. | I Grain! j
pose ,and an effort:Js being:made by beginning on Dee..11t\On this occasion St.: Louis and Chicago.' o
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G''r' the Board of Trade of the Ancient treat license wa given to every JEFFERSON S
N'' City to:secure the use of the old on* to do what b. pleased, and even ( 'yoii'; wantB&Jt : BLOCK
; 'For' Information.a u *to all petals North
the slaves wen permitted much '
Government Barracks for their -uae. liberty an4 w...,....11..111.. aat>d full information Mil .
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The permanent lecaUon of the college, of suspended speech and the action.'' house All,and work temples ws* on, ,any Ticket- Anent oho. or Jr.:.dilr HXRR1NO., : ', |: West1' Pain Boaoh. ;''lori4a.: ; '" 1 1PAGE !

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by the .5h,, exabcnged'and.'preeedtg'sent'.. with'M lOG W.at flay at.Jaokx>nTll.riorli) ). '. >_
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