The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00267
 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00267
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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te..Jfd. d r rauptCHau/i.itaii.is,::::;] WEST PALM, BEACH, DADE..COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 24, 1902. VOLUME!: XT, MO. 48.TjE .
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tL ':' COUNTY TIDINGS was in the lion, down deep-in his HERE AND THERE. [LIVELY: LOCAL '.LINKS.What A change in the management of the PURELY PERSONAL. ''s

sjul that God had called him: to the Seminole Hotel went into effect the first ,
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M A'" work of a Christian Apostle. Spore, in :...-- J' --- of the week, J. C. Summers having .. .
rv ,9crtfa, of News About Thl and That the churches; sajd Paul was not an Scraps of News bouT s and'That the Sun's' Men Heard lit The bought the interest of his partner, Mr. People as They Come and do-People ;

4 And Different Things apostle; he had evet seen Christ'hewas ) And Different Thing. ')Vr)* <' Llvley Local Whirligig. Boland, and the former gentleman is You May or May Not Know Z

---.- not elected by the College of ApoH- -- -.e.---- > <\ i, ?.- now sole proprietor and manager of that -.-

Vary C"r.fully Compll.d and Connnad to tees' ... Te ruaalem. But :Paul asserted, Mirror \popular hostelry. It Is the intention of A'Mltanlr' ParlonalltOmVISliorll k
of Minor
Ntwsy Not** and Item of Int.r*.t to Happening, Aeel. of lathe ''t i
That Which' of'Most again aW gain, 'I am an apostle by Landlord Summers to effect many material
laurest to dente
\Everybody: General and NobodyIn Coming. Events, and a City; and Citizen Vlsltlna
','"\:''tlb.. ClttxBQi of Dado 'County. the will! of God; I-was commissioned' by PArtloulari galaxy of Current Gossip. improvements in the Seminole, Out of the City -i
l tbe Commaqder himself./ and under his personal the
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When Alexander the Great weot'un -- ,. public may expect it to rank among the

-/7/ ; .' FORT UUDEHDALE LACONICS. his great military\ expedition! he consulted MANHATTAN SHIRTS- N'rHONY'S' "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS.. i leading all-year-'round hotels of the East James Hall Jr. was down from Neptune

Last" Monday-one--of--tbe most Import. the Gods. If tbeY"'IIItJ' | fl he was to Two Furnished Rooms,for gentlemen, ]FURNISHED ROOMS In a most de. Coast. yesterday, attending to business at ."

f"en.ts! of the season occurred whenMr.1 win he went forth with great faith in $4.00 and IS-oo per week. Anthony Bros. slrablo\ location, Enquire TROPICAl, LantanA and this place. 9

?. R:-Oliver and Miss Eva Bryan his success. Clean: !OR, Repairing-and Pressing/ A.I SUN office. ______ Mayor Wbllldin informs us that he is J. Stanley MoffaU left for Jacksonville '
, Joan of Arc, the simple French "fclrl, In receipt of a letter from Mr. Chan. II, on Tuesday's train to assume his
were married. O. pain, Sell mid Block, Clemntls Avenue
f AN believed that she bad a vision from tbe ,tf. 1' A fine baby boy made his appearance Behre, Manager of the Telephone Co. new position in the office at headquarters .
The news came as a'surprise to nearly 1-9
ali Virgin Mary to delve! the English from V > v at the home of Capt. and Mrs. E. E. of Atlanta, Ga., stating that shortly he of the Western Union. ',
Lauderdale However, put some France. It was (fanaticism. It nraq be the Geer this week, will cOllie here to look over the groundas
1 The moonlight excursion: : Lake .
to tMnking when he appeared last J. M. Woodruff and wife of Salem
that she believed it The French soldlefH to the prospects for aa Electric Light ,
Monday; morning in; all his pomp and believed its and it made .them and last l was attended by .quite most enjoyable number, 4-room cottage to let. Inquire at once plant. We learn 'that the prospect of Ohio, were among the arrivals of Monday -
present'report a
which would enchant the moat to enjoy another '
splendor season on Lake
? of sufficient funds
invulnerable and victorious. So Paul time-- W. Metcalf, Manager Topical securing among our
Signified __ ___ Worth. They are at the Hotel Palms. y
1 epectatncsI believed God had'called him .to be. a Real Estate Exchange. l home people for the establishing a

I y Late In the afternoon the yacht: Trenton ..missionary of tbe Mew. Faith. ; President Geoi: M. Ward,. of Rollins Thursday evening of week plant not being very flattering, there isa Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Cragin arrived on r
called the residence of M Oliver\ last a reception f
,'I Secondly-Paul did one thing. He College, will be pastor in ,charge at Roy.al / probability of the project iolug Into the Lake Friday night, and have their
board the bride and to was given to Rev',.' C, Fred
taking on groom was full of-enthusiasm for Christ. Paul Poioclanna Chapel at Pain Beacn outside hands-heuca the coming of Mr. winter home Reive d' Ete open for the ,'
Braddock.; ) Blackburn at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs.
be, an M a. Susie Mr. C :L.
c y' preached themes Bebre to personally Investigate the entertainment of their friends for '
many on duties to) again thi season. another *
Mutton and Mr. W. II. Marshall. The George L. Branuing.An. /
1 king! to parents, to wives, Jjusbanda; matter. season. _______ rJ f ,
& party then proceeded down the river to but his chief theme was Christ In all his Protect your homes from fire. The Oyster Supper will be given atUpp'a -- .r.w-----

FortXaudcrtlale and exchanged: formal relations. Whether a Watts, a Fulton, Phoenix Fire Extinguisher( will do it. Capital Cafe Tuesday; night next, n. E. Church Services. Will M. Pope, of Poulan, Ga., a cousinof .
greetings\ with some other friends a Howard Field A. G. :$ain,, Scbtnid Block, Clematis for the benefit of the Ladies Cemetery the Anthony Bros., of tills place, has
Stephenson, a Cyrus ,
i thence to the residence of Col. W. C.I' a Avenue tf. Association. The following Is the order of services come to West Palm Beach to fill a position
I' ,_ Valentine, where the ce 'erQonv was. per"Toruiet an Edison!; or a Napoleon, they have 1-9 Improvement In the Methodist Church, to which a In the office pf the Tropical Real ik 4

}.while the yacht was' swinging in done; not many things, but one thing. I Contractor T. D. Brown is to build tbe Silver ll--the housekeepers' delight. cordial Invitation is given to strangers' : Estate Exchange, ''
They have had one supreme thought. Breakers. Plated, articles cleaned with Silverall will Sunday School al a. tn. Preaching
wy: mi J, stream. At this juncture the gun immense laundry for the 945
hif pi+'$' w4sbldln'g (itself behind one of the most This is an age of specialities, the Jack. Work Is to: commence at once on this, never show wear. A, G. Befit, Schmid at II a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Epworth L. P. Lane 'left for Jacksonville last. 'kl'
oAall-trmles don't have much chance
j ,, ....rbeeutifulhortzon'the,. writer has 'ever today We must love God supremely. the most complete Institution of Its kindon Block, Clematis Av nue. t-9 tf. League Devotional Meeting at 3 Ji. m. Monday to attend the anunat tension of

: : "i .. the continent. 'l'tfYrMt-b1the, Paine Rev, C. Fred Blackburn,.Pastor the Grand Lodge! of Masons t<* which be'
witnessed."d t Rev. S. D.
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'?tiLe \ IfcJorgot; past.! ., ,Memi M- fit _iHf-_ .v -- A JUw..dll.eai' _. elected fratn .
; i usuaf'formal gr"etfu2s afternoon West'Paim Beach .a- wu Representative, Hsr. .
"f "After tfpr ? ory can never die; we cannot forget; 7be. Tropical Real Estate Exchange at ,
, M1 craCt was pnt'aboulfand proceeded on its every tangible thought lives; it is the today: sold to Mrs. 'Nannie C. Prink, of M. James B. McGinley, cf West.. Palm Lake Front Lots. For Sale. mania Lodge, No.--138 of this pence

way through.'the channels It had come.II. Book that will be opened at the Judge Jensen tbe Bishop lot and cottage on and Mrs. Ida A. Fleming. of Palm J. :L. Grier has returned heel his trip '

,After enjoying or e 'of the ;tfioat plena-- ment. We can forget!; our' failures and the south side of Everula Street between Beach The Tropical Real Estate Exchange to the West Coast and will'ocoupy' the

, ,', .:' ant rides the partf'made:; an informal sins, that they shall not binder bur Puniaetta and Railroad Way. Is prepared to sell some very desirable -ew cottage built by Contractor -T. J. a,
call on some parties. and presented for future. God pardons all our sums and The Tropical Real Estate Exchange Lake. Front property, splendidly located, Grier for A. Martin. This house Is on 7ri'',

tIle!! first' .time M\%: Oliver, thence reof" forgetg.them, when we repent.Don't PvRNIsms D Housits, at from $200 to has several nicely furnished houses on u lots having' a frontage to suit pur. Everula Street, corner of Snpadillo. i
\ turning to the home of the bride's parents $ for the season. Call soon and secure its rent ,rolls, suitable for Northern families :has rs. Call atonce and see what we
ht l failures keep from
( Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bryan, where past. yon I the most desirable. Tropical Real desiring to make their homes here !have to offer. Office in TROPICAL SUN A. J. Kirkwood, of Chicago, arrived. 1 e
trying again. If fall, get again
you up ; another
later received o'ne of he most flattering Estate: Exchange. W. I. Metalf, Manages for the season. building, next to bank. W. L Metcalf, here Wednesday to enjoy season
a < they God. will help you; society may not;
f" ""J'' ? Manager. ou his East Side place north of Lake
.. old time serenades \lliat'was ever the church may not; but God, the great .. James Holl.., is wearing all the Rraod. .e. Worth. Later in the season Mrs. Kli k-

\ du'glean/ in in this part of the c untry.1 Infinite Father, will\ help you. If you want to hunt a good man you parental airs that are becoming these Joseph Jefferson U A "Sunshlner." wood and his[ daughter: will join him

>1> Mr: Oliver an accomplished young Fourthly-He looked to the future; cart do it with a whisper but If you days; and its all because of the arrivalof ... beret _______
y '" man|, having been reared at Mount be auticlpated victory. Let us face the would help him you will need the lungs that grandson at the home of Mr. The Purina Mills branch of the Inter. i''

e(; l, ,,''Ij"/ Olive :tt C., where: his parents noVrentd'e. future; it Is full' of hope. Let us think of a barker and the biggest megaphonein and Mrs. T. J. Holley. national Sunshine Society in St. Louis Rev. J, J. Vaulx, rector of

Early in the history of Lauder- God for the past and take courage for town-Times-Union & Citizen. has the honor of numbering among its Holy Trinity mission of this, place, ; '
dale be came
';,,;, toe people here and has since been very present: age is the best the world Two car loads of birds for the Palm also fresh Indian River oysters every I the president of the society in Ark., and on Sunday conduct .
I says
.' (. "prosperoua.aiid hair. tbe congratulations tins ever seen; the church is the best the Beach Ostrich, Farm canJe In Sunday and day. Shad, shrimp, crawfish and clamsIn the February Ladies', Home. Journal.The services In the chapel. Rev Vaulx wnsa

.. pf'alt. world has ever seen; there are better were taken across tile Lake to their winter season FRSU DELIVERY PRONE 3. last time tIr. JeffeLson was in St. schoolmate of Bishop Gray and hue' {

r ," :Miss Bryan, having recently come men and women living today tb.au the home where they will be admired by I 9tf. Wm. R. Healy Louis. he was asked to address this been a life-long personal friend of the :!

",; : here with: her parents from New Smyr world lias ever seen. Von/ can not stretch the thousands of interested gight: -.eer.. branch at one of its monthly receptions. bend of this Episcopal: Diocese. r

y *& na, is one of the first young ladles of men and, women on the rack today for a C, N. Newcomb is enlarging his Mrs. J. Spilzer has arrived from at Michigan When he had seen and talked with the Commander J. B. Brings, of Rus c.vllle j' ,;'

r ';.... : our vicinity, and was adplred .by all religious doubt. Thank God 1' for the orange grove area' at RIvleria. ,Experiments aud joined her husband their Sunabi ers he became deeply interested \ of the Second Brigade, Unite.| ,
home in far South. Mrs. "
y 1' I ", ', who knew her. growing Christian fraternity. Thank have proven' that land to be A. I new the Spitz in the work, and before he left the reception C Confederate: Veterans of Kentucky, w isIn
,u ? Here is to the first couple: (Mr. and God for all
... .( Mrs Oliver) who did join fight bands. 01 humanity.: For Odd FellowsMasons, going to make the best of a very fortunate Botsford & Co. and will assist that en. list of members. Just how he paid the trip to Florida. He Intended r< "

f in Fort Lauderdale. May their life be Knights! of Pythias; all helping to make s t ation. terprising firm in pushing their business dues-one kind deed-Is not told. taming home in the afternoon, but 1:

d. i one of continued happiness and pros. tbe.('ondition of the widow and orphan W. F. Armstrong Jr. arrived Friday away to the front. __e__ decided to remain over to attend the : '

: perity. W. H. M. better. from Mayport and has accepted a position The death of L. N. Wade last Monday Lodge Resolutions. meeting George 1\. Eastin Camp last I

L A Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Jan. 23. 1903. Today we are'getting the religion of as clerk in the. Palm Beach post removed from his circle of associates one -- night.-Louisville Courier-Journal. KtJ'

t U -'_-_.__-- the Gallilean Carpenter and the fisher office, and in the Spring will assume of the moat. worthy of the colored citizens Hall of Ft. Pierce Lodge, No. 87.

KNOX< HATS-staudard of the world men apostles, cot the religion of .mad I"- charge in his capacity as assistant post of this town. He was a merchant F. & A, M. Mr. B. W. Dickerman, of Westville,

I +''atfANTHONV BROS. valism aud\he Dark Ages. master who enjoyed the respect of all citizens, WHBKBAS-It has pleased the Supreme Mass,, brother to Mrs. S. D. Paine, of
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'Paul looked forward for the prize. and stood high In the lodge and church Grand Master of the Universe to West Palm Beach, after a pleasant visit,, e

'i 'al -- Like Christ, Paul was an illustrative I Governor Jennings: has written a circular circle: with which be identified. call our beloved brother, Past Senior of several days left for Nassau last M jn-

Rev 51; nes Sermon.Sermon preacher. Paul took his illustrations letter to the tax compilers of the Warden, Wm. 1'. Richards, from laborIn day night He is expected back nu

t'h ; r' front the Greek and Roman pastimes. Stale, in which he.say. property must be Services at the CongregationalChurch this' Terrestrial Lodge to the Grand to spend more time in -deligh.ful

preached by Rev. S D. Paine They contended fora prize; it was trans assessed at its full.value. If this man. West Palm Beach at it a. m. Lodge above, taking another link from country. Mr. Dickerman spent l.v.t

.,, in the West Paint Beach Congregational' itory. The .Christian; prize is Eternal. date is carried oat,, there will be a great and 730: p. m. Preaching by the pastor, our :chain of Earthly friendship and winter in Japan and other EasUrn

Church\ *, Sunday, Jan. lath.1902. Paul had seen tire best things In shaking up of dry bones-and /some tall Rev. S. D. Paine. Christian Endeavorat !; Brotherly love, lo add one more to the countries; he thinks Palm Beech c,in.

The text: found In Pbillippians 3d Greece awl Rome; but be says all these lying.-Ocala Star. 6:30: p. m., Sunday School at 10 a. m. ever lengthening chain of those who not be eclipsed as a winter resort.
Chapter, 13th verse: "Brethren, count Prayer meeting and Song Service Wednesday .
"i "d have pprehended but things are not worthy to be compared to We fully endorse what is said by the have gone before.THBR.1U'ORIC Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Craglu, of
not myself yet evening at 7:15. All ue- cordially -
I do: forgetting the things the glory vf the Celestial world. Tampa Herald as follows: "Every event Jla IV RIlIIOr.VIID-That Philadelphia, spent Thursday at the

i 'e q one which thiug are behind, and stretching for. Brother., let us contend- and. win ,the In the current history of the State shows invited ______ lu the death of Hro. Wm. F. Richards. Ponce de Leon, breaking their journeyto

ward to the things which are before, prize,of Eternal, Life._ ___ that the selection of Governor Jenningsfor The last one of the handsome cot. the Lodge has lost a beloved member their Lake Worth home here. They

t : press on toward the goaf auto the -a the responsible position he hold.. wasa taKes on Narcissus Street just completedfor 3 and earnest worker; the community, a have recently returned from a visit .

prize of the high calling of God in ,Christ Fantou.Iforsehide. : Slices-ANTHONY'?. wise one. He is in thorough accord Joseph Jefferson, has been let for the valued citizen and his family a loving abroad that occupied their Summer,

'. Jesus." ---_._-_ with means and measures for progress season;and today preliminary work be. father son, husband and brother, whose spending their time at Bagneres de

r ". Saint Chrysobtom, the golden-mouthed Arbor Day, February 7th, along all lines."-Suwannee .Democrat, gins on the lots facing ;Mayor Whill- place cannot be filled.Riwor.vgu.That I Luchou, one of the chief watering '

orator of the early Christian Church, ,, Trnck farmer of Alachua County are din' home, on which Mr. Jefferson will the Lodge: express places iu the Pyrenees, celebrated for k '

9, peaking of Saint ut'Says: "Tbls lit! Governor Jennings ban Issued a proclamation complaining against the .ravages com have erected at once three more handsome to tbe bereaved family our deepest sympathy the curative powers of the water for' @ S

tie man of three cubits high was tall designating Friday, February witted by the rabbits on their vegetable winter homes.J. and regard In this, their hoar of bronchial troubles, Mrs. Cragin going {,

enough to touch the heavens." 7tb, a.B.Ar&. >B Day, and rrcommending fields. Mr. Llewellen. informs the W Scott colored driver of Mrs. F" ,. sorrow believing that Ue'whotern, for the \benefit of the treatment for a n
that: the the wind to the shorn lamb," will cough, the result of grip, but unfortunately ,
Paul evidently did not possess a very that on day people throughoutthe Gainesville Sun (hat the rabbits are B. Everett's and pert ?
The Stateplant ornamental trees and carriage dray, was surely give them comfort in their hour did not benefit! by It as much
physical appearance. pea doing more damage than the freeze
striking placed under bond of $soo, in default of
pic of Corrinth said of Paul that his shrubs to' further: .beautify our publicgrounds. could do and were almost' totally destroying which he 1 I.. now (In jail, after a preliminary of need as she hoped. Mr. ant Mrs. Cragin '
add bis Hestated RItSor.vaD-That a copy of these reso- bave one of the most beautiful homes
bodily presence'was weak hi* cabbage crop. trial held
Especially: is the observanceof out yesterday before hubris be spread upon the minutes ol on tbe lakeside "Rev d' Etc," where ti
vpeech contemptible, Paul was n most proper that being all night; with a shotgunwas Justice II. B. Saunders, charged with fashion'' u'u'all '
e"h; extraordinary man; the greatest man the day, together wjth pleasing and of no avail and that, the little crea at the Lodge a Copy cent to the papers for they entertain in- right royal

'4 the Christian Church\ produced. Freui appropriate ceremonies urged upon lure were so persistent aa to eat cabbage i attempt named Jennie!rape Davis ou. a negro woman publication, and a cop; \ sent to the through the' season.-St. Augustine ;
public schools. family of our late Brother under seal of Tatter __ sf'P '
the time he tremblingly asked God what out In _* ,
be would have him do, (outside the city Trustees and school officers in charge presence.e- ,Mayor Whilldia lias been authorized I tb, lodge

of Damascus: )) to tba time he suffered of the various public institutions of theState Another Hill.I by the municipal authorities to purchase II. G. CSNNSON, W. M. "The Famine la Over." '(
take such action a lint class street-sprinkler. It Cannot II. I. KLAPF, Treas.W. .
. \ at the hands of are requested to n. !
i l\,q decapitation be never wavered For Nero"jbeadaman over |! a. will encourage the'proper observance have. contracted for the output of be. gotten here too soon to help keep tbe J. BASS, Sec. The ear famine baa been relieved and ,

t be was :true to his conviction I'of' the spirit of this proclamation: another mill, and can furnish Lumber town streets clean aud passable. Step Fort Pierce, Fla., Jan., zo, 1901. shipments are now coding, forward. I '

thirty. years ,k. ---..- --.- promptly. Write m*. before placing: or. by step the town advances, and in timeIt -,- -+e --- serve you promptly., GEORGE P, .
GEORGE F. PADDISQN Tint will be supplied with all the PADDISON TUB I.t1J1OICalUlf, Eau .
ascertain the secret dela. appll- ED .VIM CLAPP'S SHOES $6.00 and
to HATS nude
Let D* try ; or,1 I YOUNG'S none better
/ + ,hat man's. wonderful" power. tllrlt-hi) [atj.oo. NTkoNr, BaOll. LtiMBERMAN, Eu G lH ; Fla, ancli of an up-to-date municipality.: 7.oo-fiuUL made-at ANTHONY'S ..Gallie, Fla, aJ.

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.; 'fTHE PERPLEXING PROBLEM IS TO Ca..I. nad cow .Ia.... GU-X I. )METOALF, 1 ,

I THE FRONT IN ILL-INOJa./ If Hr. Carnegie means ((10 recounting .I j ,
Y -- the bl stJn. 'of"'poverty) that ordinary NOTARY PUBLIC( CROCI Efy and litWY. >

'? /Wo' Miwlmln the KlXeot! of Frlnon oa wealth III I no help to happiness, we disagree Far the Stale of Florida at Large

Industrie*-Chairman ol Chloniroftlannfa wltb him. The poor and especially Dead, Mortgages l_Ntt* and Contract ;URNTUfl.E1

Road H..I Work. trouble, any two of which ore we will All Work tinarantmil LeKully Correct.; ., '.tKlnd8$ of ;' '
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+ ,1 Discussing the convict labor quell not say fatal to happiness. but highly West Vain Beach. 1)H 4l I CountTFlorida.irlt' Jltcrel"r"lid Jllc.I'ct" Suudrl'lo. ,,, .' .l

tlon, which la osaln to the front In Inimical to its enjoyment; They are -.1' .. '' ,*--, at.-.r-tljJr'n':Ihnore"", etrI';, Kq !I11' e .' '

Illinois, 0. H. Hill chairman of: the Insecure, they are nearly powerless to O.C IIUILLIMOWOIITII, .OBO.a.. .\ Kinds! of II'lshing? Tackle anti $porting" Ottill.

provide for their children's future, and 4 .. Ue.oltn.atoil.. ,
ma nuf acturers committee Chicago, Q VO1tT1i&OUlutlil: M : "'. ;4- OI..a...,I.am". .lId ElueelsmlRerosen5Olbatoaes., >' '
have ,
they Insufficient freedom. However '
( \ say In part: .. -MailOrder: 8artisoabms8cdyMIsitrelttt; \ ," .
The prison labor problem has alwaysb good In Ms"trial* fi niaa may lie, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, -,. 1'rnmpiAttentleu'lt4.er,. ...!.. .,
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perplexing question. .It cannot with by fortune-the failure, for Instance UJll. ; r'IAlga. To Introduce jl ;;;=;
: '.{.:1"t"' \ ;."' ,III\, ,
.,' absolute certainty be solved In the of an employer or-and thin Ourselies '." t, ,."' \ .
cause, to the disgrace of our Is METCALPr: ,
age '
lame In locality. 'V.I. U
manner every I "P.
; '. In considering this question there aret' growing more frequent every real"byth ATTOBNSY-AT-LAW.,. ,;I ._, ..
t propositions which, are self evident ..adTonce of age, which diminishes (>IOTAR'PUJUC.; And work, w
and by common consent seem to be accepted quickness and suggests possible claims Will practice Countjr8tatend? Federal low prices. Come.in and! see the" work we- are ''doing thl.". w ek. ': HOUSE, and SIGN ,. .if''
I for pension. To of a man so placed ,
by all having experience: with say Court ; You. Can't get better work anywhere; ,
that prosperity! win{ not make hint bap- "
penal Institutions. LAND CASKS A SPBCIAtTY. '
pier la .Don ense, admitted nonsense, '*.i h : '
The first la that the health of the tor If It- la true) all our teaching about Office In TBOPIOAI. Btrif<, Block .. ,Dr: ,MILLER, 1 PAINTING
/ convict, both mental and and Went Palm, Bench. D.tlle"olln'ti. Blorlila "
physical the virtue of thrift and Ills moral welfare require that bo saving 1 III but feeble hypocrisy. >1 lltU: ,\ .'
should be kept employed tor a certain The second drawback Is positive nls- H D. S\UNDEUSJr: ; :. : :
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of each day at healthful erytoscores-of thousands,""who'know d. t Paper
r portion some l ostokostoko I -\
i TOltNEY AT.LA IV. a Hanging
work. This la also demanded by a that at their death their children, and ; 0 &

i proper regard for the prison discipline.No especially; their daughters must descend Corner Ollye and Uatura etrreti!'i:?: ,

ape of any Intelligence could be In the scale of life or'lIutrer'th/f tl,1 j i' Bar. ., J KALSOMIJNWG. :
hourly; repeated pain of penury. The Mia-rnijClub j jf ,
hear to suggest today that con i
efforts made out the continent to avoid FLORIDA WEST
vict should be maintained In l Idleness.First. + ,BBACH, -
this evil mold all the laws of society ( ; S. .. 10 jFLbIUpAY
.-It Is also conceded that so and all the ''habits of and 0 ;
life even We ,ship a gallon of Good Whiskey : ; long as the convict Is employed at any here where It la less fought against, It AriORNEYATLAWand, .

kind of labor his employment must be poisons,> a multitude of ..homes. 'No," NOTARY PUBLIC. I ex.. charges prepaid for $3.00. Other 2 +: ,J ,
r 1"' ........e..e..N....PN '--.
I to a greater or less extent In direct did ;yon say? Then ask the clergy Atent of the V. S.FMellty A Ouaritnty Co?ol '
I competition ;with outside or free labor about themselves and bear the tales .6.Itlmor.Md. "'t-."<;i' il whiskies, $3.50 to 7.00 per gallon. rAn '
upon the theory that whatever the con they tell. There are hundreds of par'sonuges OIHpe at corner ot Clomutlu Av
-t. vict produces produced to supply a and manses In England-we '\V vlHHue( e.L.'iStrvet...hll lleauh.HI' over. IJtrol.m'1190': .. | '8-year-old brand, "bottled.fino PHENIX( : '

.: demand and that this demand Is diminished quote tut class because It Is blameless '.......---:-- STEAMER 1 \,
to the extent of bis produc and the facts are known-where men a ?bond age, strength purity and''quan- iI | ,
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tion. cannot sleep for thinking of their chil ': i tity guaranteed by the U. S I .
| Mies
Third.-Tbe almost unanimous concession dren's future. Is "wealth," by whichwe ,per .dally trips. between '

k Is made by those familiar wltb mean surplus money no source of Attorney and Counnellor-at-Lbnr | case of -'IS bottles, $15.00. .

this topic that a proper regard tor economic happiness) to them (OCtcei. ver, Bank) ;West alm': Beach andMunyon's .
-. conditions, dictates that prison The third, evil of poverty, striking all g Imported and Domestic Wines and |
labor should be brought as little as alike who have Insufficient Is a great 3-16.1903 WEST PALM BEA'CH. FLA.

possible In competition with outside deal bidden everywhere by habit, but Brandies at close figures. Isis nd, '4>

4iv frpe labor. It Is a most real one. Not to be ableto It. ANNO I "j17yearold Whiskey \ "
bottled in S : .
With these three propositions admitted choose one's work, never to pe able iy, bond _Rtoll'llnn.. u. ._,* ali_- p'nht'a_ _ft' ,_...._......: .' ,].
tI Illi the consensus of authorities upon to rest from It never to have one's own ATTORMCY.AT-LAW. o $3.oo per! bottle; not less" than 4'bottles sold. o ; ;, ;: : '; I ;

(thin subject, the remedy would seem way or to gratify one's own tastes but Offi -Fl'Oft Room, Ilatohcttauildina;.'Ave..P, Terms cash with 'order. ti; ; "".?" o 'S If' "Ii" Y" ,

to be la providing/ convicts with labor to be tied as It were,, to a :'wheel Miami. Florida. 4-19-190 r .,"'" ." s Steamer leaves West Palm' each" f ,
: which will be as little as possible In these are not sources of happiness, {
competition with outside or free labor. and we do not suppose that Mr. Carnegie rt EO. \t01tliKY., ''' i MIAMI CLUB BAR, at 10.30 A.M.,: ,Returning;;, 31 \r

I Tbls com petition/ so far.as the state la thInks they are, though some lea U S -. '; .. arrives at14.30 P.M. ,.
I\ concerned, could 1.141 raided by the em- turers on the vanity of riches occasionally ATTORNEY-AT-LAW MiamJi :'rorldn. : IRoundTrip ,

ployment of the convict lu the mnuu- speak a*. If they dld.-London Iroetof '" ,
Ice' \
General practttelu" Slate. and Federal. Court. Opposite 'Phon 92 .
facture products which would not Spectator. #
All bueinea entrusted will receive prompt U r I
enter Into competition' any cstablIslK'J \.nllon.. li ,1 ,. O Fare *. ,75 G
Industry. Th. Laborer. Horn and Family Office, Brown Building, A".. nta'Ufl! ,1,8th u o o o1so11o7sol1o7AO3toitoUo9sokoSS07wol1olsako3so7soilokoisoi okote o ... ." ; :, 'r
Street.! > 5" t. l
i In canting. about for such employ Another right which a workingman MIAMI, FLORIDA .- Vi d __3 \
menu. It must not be lost eight of that I has In to two hours more a day with his ,
the prisons of the state of Illinois family. It be leaves his home'early In I N.B.-Finest blue fiahlng and'irol s

hould be conducted' for reformatory the morning .and, gets back when his II.F. ATKINSON, Place Your Order At Once from deck of'steamer.. '-yn 1t'h'nr. '" /"

and for It would be children are In bed. ,what; Influence tt ,Sjf ,:
purposes not galu. ....,>' :
'ATTORNEY'AT-LAW. .. for .. ;
will be have over them F ,.
t humiliating In the extreme to think d' "
that the state of Illlaola'deslred to proto It Is better for cities to go to ruin and NOTARY PUBLIC. ORANGES Box .AA..A... A..A AA..AA ...AAA...... t. "

t'{ '. It by the labor of the' criminal class ships to sink In the middle of the ocean MIAMI, FIAJJAMES Holiday
than for family life to be broken. I 1,1.16-h .
without regard for any other consideration C. G. von SCHOELER
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than the dollars and cents'tbereby WorKmen by right should have time ..0' '- r pwra

.....-. derived. to jook after their families, How many: I I!:. ANI>KKAVS" ," t nltmr.lrn," v"v; .. "..:, I
It must also be remembered that the men want to work more than eight! A ATTORNEY-AT-LAW." aVVaaa.a.aVL ;: ',"i 'r.'', ,.-... t
j hours? Thewaiters lu Ban Frnocleco Famous; IMiahRiver. Oranges. I -. '
convicts In the penitentiary arajusually v !
NOTARY PUBLIC and Jeweler!
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mentally and morally deficient stud frequently got tip ;ato'd ck lu the morning/ ; ,

physically disabled The chief walked down town to save car 'fare, ProMontlnir Attorney at Brevard; Co. Remember: Your Friends. .,' ". (.,' \ .
object of confinement In these Institutions got home aI- 10 or 11 o'clock at night FT. PlKKCB AND TlTU3VH.I.Bi FJ.A. Sell' ARTISTIC '.".' "4i I

should be at some early date to and were compelled to work Sundays' x -. ,5-aB-IJ'- o', Delivered In New York by Express* at $.,50 per box} two boxes for ENGRAVER on -1, ",'.1; ;<

restore these offenders to society as Industrious as well as weekdays. Today smelters MAttorney ;, ," $8.00 Price tsar other point In proportion. ) METAL : "' '':9if t t0'
WOOD or ;
and factories run day aud ulffUt. Once nlNS
'I i self supporting: men and wo G E0. M. ItO ,\ ... ,
men. It Is not believed that this result In a year or so they shut down for fouror Pl oll. Your Order Early with S ",.' .', ?" '
five months and PARLbR '. ., ; ,,
i cannot be obtained or that plans lookIng the poor-workman and Counselor-at-Laur, 1 ''."Iif-\
goes without work. The object Is In ZAPH BLOCK :
; to Its accomplishment are Dtoplnn. to THE EVERGLADE PRODUCE COMPANY ,. .'J,'
So the state should not only furnish make quick jnoney. Tbe rich owners Will practice In State and Federal Court, Next door South o>' ,.1 '"v t '. .H' I

nonvoiiipctltlve means of labor so- far may be enjoylug themselves In Paris TITUSV1LUS I Itniyr FLA. i SEMINOLE HOTEL : i i{ ?\" "'" ,.'
na possible, to these convicts, but while the laborers are looking for : tL West Palm Beach, Florida. ; Entrance ? .' '.w$.

should at tile same time train them work. it-"t' WEST PALM BEACH, J.-LA. ;' 'a '/W'i! .. '", "
And still another of the D. EATON ni.JJ.HOUKEOPATHIST.. ,
right labor.
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mentally and morally as well as manu : : .1 : 1 ; ). ,, I,: :
ally so that they limy achieve/ mastery lug man U to be the breadwinner of "' ., .;, Kxporiflnood!:: workman Cloanlnjr And i I ,"d;,c",>,' .;1\', :' .,.\,
of Rome trade or occupation. the family. In some countries the wife Want a Uupairiug Willfully; loia. tT4IKtf- ,'111 '" :' M',,:

At the prison labor conference held at worksn tbe field In this country she WEST PALM BEACH>t.llJlRI '. .. TTTVfTTTVfTTTTTTTTTTTTf7Wheel : ""
works on the typewriter. It'* work Henlleara. oppo lt., MetliudfKt('fu_. OlffrClfmatln tyS',
the Auditorium annex: In Chicago t "" "
on either Avenue, next to MaM>nUTHav >l.. ...,.....
way and It's not right. We | House -- > "
were ( ,
the IZtli of October ,. '.
day other
among not born to live In tents but to live In OlllrehoiirK 8 to \I a.n, 2 too anitTt.*! p s.. .,", ',p
possible solutions suggested were the SiindHya :u tu "v.ln. <
I. following: houses. A man's, wage should enable Ftpeclol" Attention Give in PbMnnv. of .' .' Chair :
him to buy; a home. Do get fairwagest Women/ amt ClIUdr. : LiveryPolite : ::
"That such of the convicts of these"IU"'llttltloull you II. T; Grant, Contractor and Builder, Is prepared to give '
Stand 4 .
by your unions. In union ..
as were able should be fora I prompt service and atinfactory work need' J"-'Jj:
to one
there Is any
Father rr 'IIOOD Bi. '
Torke a. vf Ski
reasonable number of hours each day San Frandsco. I lag anything la the construction line. "'. _, _'w" WhAA1J11.n _____ __ _. .. ."f,
employed In tbe ,manufacture of !good .
F rona material using therefor the most Call on or address Polite Attendants
Weald R.a.rl.t Klckt W.
approved machinery and excluding rlc.
totally Office over Ott-ohm's tori>. WEST J'ALM11EAC1I. H. T. GRANT
the Idea of a convict laboring upon A Berlin special say that Max: He.l ; Prompt Service
.r-- a rock pile with a linuiruer. Thin, It Illrscb, with members of: the Prussian elans Hotel.FALSIBEACII. M- 6-6-1902 \t WEST PAL%t. BftACIli: FLORIDA. s'w"N
bouse and (
upper President Dunker of ,
; 4 was urged would ultalily employ the ,,. --
convicts with a labor lutnclently bard the workmen' onion has Inaugurateda 1' ''" .tf-i.... --rr- ,'
national movement for the abolition p B. POrTER, 11. D., '
to meet the requirements of prison dis
f LAKE WORTH BOAT Wheelmen furnished
who r
: WORKS are farUL )
I clpllne. The road material thus produced or restriction of night work. The de' 1"- ,

could tw supplied In a suitable wand I la made that sight work shall be B-aa-SS WEST PALM :BEACH, ft.A.Q .* ? -' '.' A. T. 'KO8B, Proprietor. ,. with all point of interest on both ''V VSE .
: unlawful In the case of women '. ;
y manner to the dl erent localities of the employees 's a
d state of Illinois without cost save that or of male employees under P. PLATT8 Launches, Yachts Sail and FIsh Boats, Bow Boats and IJinghye, side of Lake Worth r h

of transportation. Tbe railroad compa.. the age of eighteen; years. For adult o M. D. j J.\,: Built to Or-ler, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out. .;, .,.;. : !; rl

ales have given assurance that a very male It -proposed that eight hours PHYSICIAN AND SUROfON. Boat Yards at Mangonla :
low rate would be made for such purpose. shall be the maximum legal period of I '
,4 ." night labor. .It Is urged that these Telegram delivered. all ..hour. ol law day 10-18-tf, P; O. address WEST PALM: BBACH, FLA. JONES & SPEED J
.afid night ProP's ::, j t'
provision be extended
t The objection! to such labor being the to all branches .'
of Industry, Including 12-39-iqo FORT PlBttCK Fla': "
only service performed by the convict workshops, hotels 'j'"
IK tbut It IK neither reformatory In Its and the various form of: tratlle."Nlaht '' if cotoitotoKbtoitoitoicototO IOlIO$1OSCOkoltokOkok okokokoke a West Palm Beach, Florida : .

character nor calculated to fit him for work has unmistakably an Insidious i T D. ltOWN, o ;, :

# t.. a useful. life after his discharge fromprison. Intellectual effect capacity on the health of the; morals'working and : ARCHITECT AHO BUILDER. ;::1, Truscott, ;Boat JVITg Co., 1 x ".' ,, -"

classes said I Plan and.per.n. aUo .prepared r4. 13 Order filled & 'J
To supply this reformatory deficiency Dr. Hirsch .to a corre CONSVRCCTOR3 O for Choice Indian, (. ':" :"
Jobbing work
given prompt ltotluaj at ;
It was proposed to devote a spondent. "It Is also Injurious from nradr; ',y '
i proper Rlopoa Datura 8tr j
number of hours each day to mental the employers' point of view, though I :: ''r i High Grade Pleasure Craft River Oranges.: "i;'t't: ,.

II lot) moral training and to !Instruction many of them have the falsa conception l>lt. 1IOCGUTON < | wattAiilfti" ; I'
"I' 'In some useful craft or employment that the extension: ot working J = V I
6+ ,?"'., training tbs convict until be hours Is accompanied by a correspond aDENTOS"HOLLAND .' Vapor. Marine Motors. o

k t,,.; .1 'rbl'tery.dextrous Labor In the organization use of tools become.j lug tbe Increase physical ot production.abilities of Overtaxing a work DOCK.WEST'PIIONE FAtk: BJCACU.1. 0'.. J. D. O.. MORRIS, Agent' oo Manilla House C't :

oIjJfctloDwhatever to man diminishes Inatpadett, iinirmoTivabl Neat Palm orT1 + .
,: a man -- --- -- -- ---- Beach, Florida) "
,\\/r/ "; poltl lila debt to the state for crimesconinitttiK : productive power. Night: work T. DANIEL,' .:" .. MRS TIFFANY 5PROLL :' f ft".i: S
L. Prop; ,
:' ,:jL; ) by bn! again/ returning to cannot be wholly obviated 'except: 710S10i1ttA0Sfoi101a0110i10910i10710( 00itOS10Iap1g0110A oisOilOito71o710( .

"., ;M; "','(..ty and btvomlug a usef'i member through agreement by contract but OfHTIST, ',5; :
' ; tUcrt-of. legislative regulation and limitation You -- Clean Rooms ';" '
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";:t I" It baa further baea suggested/ that van be established that! will prove beneficial COCOA. INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA.Iax.aeVALLACL ,' 'V"S&'.....,

the vonvltti of tbe penal Institutions alike to capita] and labor." '" .4ndOood 55 ,', ,'::I( \ ,
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of the state could, be engaged In manifiuturlDB Dr. nfrscb looks upon an International U. MOSKS, We he.e them to WantSTEAMBOAT t .? -. ," ,"'. ,"1.'.,'. .
agreement as the surest .. nniMt on fanmf .J ,- '.. ..
and :
supplies product conHumrd gua Sinetttor t. A. W Robert Jtistt wb!'l you Wholesome, I"J(Ju. .t." '
7'. by themselTe and by the cbnr antes tor remedying: the evIL, :: ; ,:,
liable Iud l other (tostltatlon of tbe INSURANCE/ We are also Prepared Fr'Fr'lY"r, 1 ,
Htiite. To thIs plan organized labor nvi-ia/ r .>. A. R. (1, Agent for West Pal;; Beach Town Lot, tl.o Rates $5.00 Per Week "f, !; ''
1 ). has no objection. Robert Askew, who has been on an West Palm NOTAItY<; 11e. 1I PUBLIC.water. Work. To :f nrnlsh_,,.,,_..., ,_,, ,_I_.,,_..__,.-... ..:. .; ., '\ :" '
ClematlM'' Avenne.b...OliveStrert" Table Board $..IIG per WHic.. t .' '
rt In rnse of the adoption of either of organization trip for the A. F. of L. .. Outfits for ,
11.21.11101 Willi' palm B .a the foregoing plans tbe people of the through intermountain states, recently IrrigatIon ., '. ,> ,"<::11'(1, ,

i state of Illinois would be required to stated that the -.team railroad men of O. !.JUTM R. .. Write or call on us for Anything Near Corner Polntetta and Banyan V ",' -T4' : ,

supPort the convictsbut the results that section are greatly Interested In Our Line that you need. Street > \'''I
e. ohtnInert' dire' tlj nnd Indirectly wuldnrnrw the new DrothcrUooU Hallway Employees CIVIL ENGINEER .. : 'yFi ...,,/ '

than, rotnpvnsnte tot such expert: which Is really: a revival of the AND Mer; !!l-Stevens Engineering 'Co. : PALM BEACH; FI.A i L
4" ;
i Allure. unit, In connlderlng' / this question .1. n. U. Askew says that they sro DEPUTY COUNTY SURVIVOR 12.'-" ,
It n lit h.! r.. lied that our prison. at gra.ping the lit'a of Industrial organ I Lout. FOR DARE COUNTT. : T':'" JACKSONVILLE FLA. "t' '!:, ,: 1
Aiaatfor Lud Deortm.siorrlio .
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'p fl1. (prpfII."t tlme'are far from self sue,1 isation Instead, of bring divided up Intoa r. B.C. lb. POMPAttU-fbA. 6-1.._ hOP ., 'SlWEST 1 '"'>' l
J\t\ !!.!!t.i J number of organisations. j I J, :' : Jacksonvillo Maril Ftailwaaye Sego The S u7YojjrJobU/orH/ ( I" '

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.. ,/.,...... .. 'THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM: :ti# ACH, FLORIDA, JANUARY 24, 1902. I
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i\-l.AJ3A.U\ '
The Ohio Cottage I U, the nameof I'' A. J. GRIPE ,
: Worklue. Oat IIIichTpaf T.J<.. Pr... :" acres of A No. I : .
; '. A4C{ W Ir.$+$ 'I1jIN.* FAVOR OF dance, Ha LutluK, ItnvaltK.. a drat class. boarding house! \ .cpn r-a.: dry pea? Lantana, wfir.be sold .,,1

,;) .Et ,M1RV. ROADS.'Aelgl :.tpmmentliig on the highway law of ducted by Mrs. Nina Crosgrove.ani$ 's acriflce.- Twenty acres Cleared; l I 1HIRADQuAnTctlw1
I .}, :j: tntfxEulplra) State, the New York Times[ Miss MlnnleGlbsbn, corner of Potn.setu Qfortable; houwoii' tl1an '!" ) F9R ". i ;
'1 \\ "' In And tern Streebs. Board ,
M" / ;u "i" a! recentiseue said: : //ng '
, : (! ? a r;;dune, nerd. to Public XheleKl8litloaberctofore! : enacted for can I behfitiythweel/ or' meal,' 'fI.irpntnge.; Owned by a nou-resldent :
Novelti Artistic vShell Goods T
t'tlalinohfrA,1 "ce.>1iItUII'7 aL k Vunto In the (I. nable'togitte it atteotion. Por and ,
" '' "'' (. '''' ,,k'jUot., Is Improvement of the,roads of {the at reasonable,. I ,rate" ,, ,,' ,, cult; will be .crli'i' *
m o .Iu; Measafvd by ,Into Is good( as fax ad it but It M- { J Mt'J'KUli.ll' "" Hi'IH, JM-Tj-j q, ,II this property "
Itltckr.tdi4', thef first. Addr iii"' can' ; Wedding 'f', : :.' Black Aluminum Nov- '
't' < VTM not, likely to go very far la tbe lifetime comer 01' ; ;
:,,!".; ', t 4Moulltexrot, : soatuorn Alabama of (the youngest of our readers. It provMea SIl \; db fttTti, li : Tropical1: f Metal Enta'te ''Excliatj ,"' > Holiday [ elties Toilet Articles and ;
: 'm i, 1n.,'' !mv'ntlori Mobile (or state aid to towns that I "" Metc! 1t.'Ma'aiii"'r' "
>,,, recently aro .
c'' good .. .. .. .. ,.....
--------j; t ; roads auuoclaii Willing; to contribute their, part .to, bettor
tluu''.:.,."plei \.oltlcoru nail adopted'uOf t roads built under the direction of '.fAX tu\m\; l' KOTICE'. \ Toilet Sets in Sterling. ,
the, state. Up to the present time we FOR SAIJII..
envies ? resolutions; demanding/ such believe that only 300 miles' of the 5,000 J.Nbtloot.. hereby. Klvbn. that C. A. Woodruff '
tcCI Jlltl"q4I/ will .place the state In In the state aro benefited by this law,' Iiurchawir-. of Ta. Ctrttfluats. .a, numbered hillside Dairy Farm, loo 't of Latest l ouin.i and Periodical Always On Band. ; ,

a position( \, to plan And cow treat public The highway' alliance, whona ,.purposeIs sod. dated below,ba.filled u4! pertlUcaUn 10 Coc6X and'ROCRL1tbGlf(

Toads lir'i.riioro' sclen' itid'Intoner than to "Increase the usefulness! of myotntw,andmapepphpatlos( for tax deed '
; highways Thle'tit'tnaliidee "
to issue In accordpnce; ,11,111.l w. ( flfty
| Beach.
t: at I: pTeevnb'obtaflit/, 1 <4l,f. /' proposes. that the plan now In Maid' otirtlllcote.embrnc" the following !ter of ,l lat tl<1 ; a'p'buee' of eight' ; Hotel, West Palm

yha,Hon. ;&;'\ ?Abercroeptle" : .supel"tntcbc1ent' operation I ill towns generally shall be scribed properties, Mltuat In Dada. CouutfFlorida furnlalieil complete ( . ', l e
; dairy
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of pnbjlo:> InetruOtlon for. the towltiNo. l "
.'lliw' pt fJa1JI\n14.1' 1lecuoA l Ii1''tilO 1mb. : Itlrt, June 6, 1808, nilhmmd to Jo. 1,0x80 feet (with cemeDt'lJuoJ)
; ; ''Monillertor Lot 11), Block 41.' oi wacI.l"u' ie 4rat r, and1 phurtf /flied! to .t .
"',Mini:, ;' !"t'CjQod, ,Uoadt/ anci1. Tlielr Delation AddttloQ to N. Miami !Sew U, 08, K"" K witli 1 power, ; aeveotV-flve/ : h'e' { J4Orne'
/t+Cpimtty t Schcioja Me;.apoke. In 41 K. Jeraiy Mileli C I Ilrty.; / y .
-"-*. fugtowtf! () : i,>, ,4 l \ No. 100. Jane 6, .18\11.a..d\ !! to John :
hetfers' of /
..' '* lutoJ111)ljut'1m tbv'wkte'sghogiraof ) 'JJlItiJ..n,fo. N. E, Quarter of N. B. Quarter ; one ipaii In'uleb'i;
: and fftallg fo'r Bto'clt three ------"-- .
s ties IIf.\rp.G4.\ 8. :1. 41, E, 49.croe." ;
abalpla&eioldy.o.per; ; cent ,of t s,
.l tsar No, a20.Juue. 641898, tuxriimd la ,-v"H. }tOU'nnon anyone ug y. "
8"bOOI pot>lIlll'ttol1:'/;, -tn. tie Colored, for lot 10S. "aoin...*..Qront," ''8110, ; "
$cltodielt In catty 48 pci-ccut, tld..P.H.lni' T|>, 0-41, 8. R. 4345' E., 18 on... < For+ furtbe'r, partlcula'riiARTHUR ; T AND 6.i J, :

lJ: iIe ,,'centl.tqr;' s'vttbrawnly, ) ) .aud"trlegutatlty. Alnacerlinonte No. 821, July S; ISftD; a.. LAPlfAM, -" ':':J' .' .
.......IId. (o O. In'uttl'ndnhPcwhll.'b hi..a iijtf COCOA
> "Qomn drant," on Jupiter-Inland, being.in ,:,. ; ..... i
v4ylo3v: efttrrnato, wo have a flally.\ AteIlrteudance -" PAINT ,
: Town.liI0 8ato4t.8.: B.43-4D.) TIJ somiNo. (
In the white schools of 48 per .. If 4fl,J.un 6,1808. OBnenxirtto J. W. :{ 4i ?
.e"uot, _Shoot: 'population and In thecolned.tehoole Touny, for Lot 8, Saw! 88,Tp. 41,8. B.48, E .. t<
% ..:.-___--" _______ ,h r
a Unllyuttuildance of 40 gcre.. .. SPBOUL'S
o ,,80 I>ell cent.In; those st te.pW'hfre. the Oleo owrtlflcBt, No. '1T. July .8, 1S99' a*.. just received a big lot .Buying '.
roadgraregood'th'w' :nyjfrpge\daaiy .atttuclajioo. .imned.,. tu-_. .-i '.for ,Lot 8, gee,,N8Tp.
.In,, jtrdm IKS 'perceuttono'pea i 4t,S..It, 4iI.'E!: ?m onfr greater; ; H.or.'lFllisQntll.Ie.i' ? .conyn NO',404. ,, Jun 6, 1HOH OMieiwed to M.nr<< ',. transferred and general prices, and to secure cheaper. {; +'
r :eIUtIo,tlm. that something-besUloi*' gederas. let Evans, foV Lot B W. Hall Block. Bit; Sec.. driving. done 'at taasona and, in to "
places position
; st-ua::I. TI. 411" n.4;*, ; us a
Interest la necessary;, ; >,, No. T8 July 8, -18UO,' jUmeued to,, E. J. ble rates.TwoSeated. patrons' ROOK BOTTOM PRICES '
; rbougla the
; ; \ 1J1tlll'qSt b& wtdeapread
Half South-east
UoblnHon, for .Huuth of. i
an4 Intense, the eurpllinentlind UttenO, r.. Cluirt .. of Norlh'w. r Quarter of,North."weBil .j ; CarriageOr will have no other tome in anti( "erf faaHll'at<< with' our y, ''v
an.. .. Will ,,beregulativi l /sitatly by the 011"......In. Perrltm. Grant. Seating! !t6.Towiuihlp Single Buggy 0 PAINT DEPARTMENT/
... jjt of olng{ Fpr''overar yeiii-s" out (SS,IJ.1$ R.40:E. : x' '
l.on.<.nRrusBhyl3 bavq bcva practically, JJAUD BOA' 'TO VRAVBII. No.' TO, July'?, 1W01 a.n med to E..J: : Rob. ..::' For hire by-hour or day. W. !>. HATCHE1T .. '

free Now; they are -Btli'clyfree) : tor at* so changed that the rpsotfrcesavail. Innon, Nortb-eset' | Quarter of NorthwestQuarter .. LeaVe orders at'' Manilla: House, j "

least four months In tbe --year. Yet able which are Very.considerable,shall, !B5,S.I'orrlne B.' 40< 40 Qrnnt acron.Ho Hvctlou. hJ"ToD"hh. w-4-t/ I ,,, _, .J.. .. ..... .. .... ..... .Ha.rd" .. ware"I ;
th* attendance\ not'as. (urge or Rfl be,applied unde..stllt. direction.At ; > '. .-..
; ins, July 8, 18U, iwwjesod to E. J.Doutliltt
regular na lt Quarter. North-
as regular aa It Is In ,many ether states.Hencove quired' to pay" Ills share"'of 'the'amount cart. !! Quarter, Section 04,Townthlp Ba,8. R, ,. --- -,-' ,.

conclude tliat-fiomethlus be -voted for' 1'011(111. but Is af liberty\ toWN 41, K..4O ........ A 'c. Dittmar .
:, < ,*ldes..8<'uerat Interest o t III ut'e( ed. .\ 'It lobof;.fQr. acb' dollardue by blm.'o for Went. Half of Norlli-w....t Quarter DEALER IN .
'Soaiebody may suggest 'that the '\\ -k.,,\ great.,nvce Hity .la a. competent teacbi I .",IIuu .wlicij-' and where tho.path\ moslor Quarter, Bwtlnn 80, Township OU: H.. It. 41, R E. RESLER r
',lug foi'ce.; It Is conceded; ; 1 .bt! leve" -'nml! the highway/ commissioner-may K.: 120\ ncre. Dressed ; ,
bjt tliosa who- are experleneed'Ipeucb : dlp'ect.. Tfie change urged Is.that all ;Po.( :343, July 8. IJOO assessed to Mary '
\ for Block 19, Town of Shingles ; Sish Blinds
Lot IS. Miami. Doors l .
Ketily ,_ .
be"u of la ,,
:1'Smuttfsthat'no! scboul can: sue- payment, rpad. ,Uuxcs labor .shallbe N.. Section Tuw..hJp SB, S.B.41. K.Ko. .
,Cese In the fullest sense et'the.terui: \, / done away with tad taxes shall J4H! July 8, 1MI UV assessed &0. AndrewBurweaa Mouldings. Brick Lime,. .

Without *-HIioi-oiifhly| unllfled teacher be paid lu money and that* tbe .money for Lot.14. Block 61..Tow.. of Mi ,,ill Ballders'r 'Hard '
onela whom the people have faith, It shall bo expended under the. directionof emu N.' Section ttT.''Township 08,!g. R, 41, 9: i ? PIERCBr: Tis vENUE i '
'was for that roiisou that the lawniuk-- thoskilled,\ and trained officials of Mo, 384. July U, 18<)vA.j) ._.. d toP FORT !
Ing power established Irecuutly' new the state. Ii M. 'ODIIII .. system for the eI: amlnatlot) Mid c.ertlfl- i There can be no doubt tilt this4 arrangement DlrMon of 1.oL1; section 21. Townnblp. 84, LiGHTWOOb POSTS'FlrsClaee () '

? cotton .of teachers, !bywbit'U, the qualfflcatlona \- i would secure. very. much 8,1, tt4tl'\ U htwo Posts West Palm Beach, ,pia.
awemieil t
to )
No. ; tluknowsInc
29 July' B,18V9 :
of the teacburs- the public bettor return for the money ot the'.vffrlpua ..
Lot 12Block-80'Rhode.' Plat Of New Pineapple Covering and pther
I' !
schools .tiive been Increased tban towns than Is at No
more got present nincqyiiB, Heutlon 15-:99,Township 04,8. B.4t Address .
KtO'.per cent TTha' bouril created for one? need be a great travelerIn tbe In. :, I4. -'.k- .pose .. .. .....
j ;.t1IA.1L. .purpose bas labored faU. fully.I terlor of bur state to know that tbe Ktt\ aut..:JillJ, n, 18OO, jnwnwa to. Unknown //. B. HOWARD i ; -
.and Imp.nrtlalfy}' and fearlossly ;jto cliinl- general condition of the roads Is bad lor 1.016: Block BJ: ..RHodw"" Plat' of '. 'Sebastian, '
nate' frolU .tberanks'pf.ttia\ educators and' thaC"tbo .T>ndnef.w nincBjn..Section' 15-a':a, Town.hlp: ". MCIMLEY & GO.
those who are not. .,*, treat! thlnsa) Imvo, been, ac' fairly. good .road passing from the area 8.1I4I1J1.( a.seesed toPlorlda, I ,
eompllabpd la,. .that dJrecU '4.. ,QUI! of one town I became a wretched road 0, J...A T. Co., lorNarfh Half .of Section. 2H,

r ,, teacbera ''nr, bettor fitted for efficient ((4} the next, 'fciia the proportion of tbelatterIs.Tnany Township 41, 8: ft.42.81: e.Le acres.No. .William Don't Forget Strictly First*Class .. $
4OS, July 8, 1HIIII, aumuied to
Yet the times'' than that4rtUe I", ,.
. gerrlc thfl: -ever before!\ at,- greater. Woods, for part Went';'Half of North.we.t
M 'tcndauce upon the achouJu. the; (tmmtrySchoolsyenpoclally fi5ruiir.'J&A.1) Qnarter. 6 chain wide off outli..eocl.Section: T'C. b t
f f ,' Is -too1' frequently) a row the' actual cost of the decent II,TownBblp 08, 8Jt. 43: Ea t.; 6 acre.. That we have, at all times, gs, i1 ,
mall antI Irregular.. Something l Is neo rOlJds') t. p6t, ,appreciably: larger Nu.>! .410,July 8..181111, a i...w eaiiary- -Qtbec,' thnu?general: ,,Interest or than that of the bad ones The mon Oluason,for :U? aqi-w.pit- ninth side of lot 1ilQetJUD Window ;Shades ;A '
free tuition or-guoJIflod, teachers.. ey is :used In on4'' case ajid!, wasted In / 14 Townililp, '", R8. 8. B. 49, taut, 25 ,', ;

-"A. (Mibool may bare.all these things, tile 'Other. The plan suggested would acres. FLORIDA Wall Papers/ ';. '
' ':Fma'p'be.potfectly.equlppep as to.-bullil-; not Increase}'.as we onderstan'l' .It, the ,No.40(1, JulJ 8., ISOn, aiwcHHed to Gerald ,

:, .'. .-' lug,, ,ttu'nlshlnp and trained, tel cher, amount collected for roads. It would H"i.lcr. for J.oIIIl n.: Ixnioii ,City Section 18.' 'Wicked Ja'else .
Ea t.
Township 118.B. 42. '
!ii".JIul,1 at the same time prove. to bo a falls simply secure an Immensely better return Ao.44TJuly, 8.1899.S..rsed to t1 ;.ft:. B.Qlimion MEATS\ I
s j; f are oat .ecolAnt! Lick of accessibility for it And:thU return. would be part of Lot. 2. SIS aar off north and Enamel 4
1i a, : I\A.cceuIbIJlty'dependll'' upon the quality In the de nlte. hnpe of-ecc' .omy and nd. Hoctlon liS', Township. 08, 8 R..4'J:!, East, Goods ;

j ,; i: : of- tile public roads. Our good public profit for the residents of' the towns :26acrea. .. 4 liiye ;and Dressed I
%. ,;,: ronds are oo' a par with our: 'gO?,} as well as for the community general- J>o, 404 'July' A. 1890, MfKM ad .1o c 0.Brooker Prepaid Anywhere in1 Pade'Cdunt u ', '-
schoolhouses, Tile one would be. about 11. ,,.for Lot 8 In.pabot's.HuU-DlrlHlnn of keys;;chickens, ."
.V, -dllHciilt to And as the other. What It baa been estimated that improvement Lot 4, bet UlTowiiHtiH40,\ |! ,&,IL 4)1.) K. Cheese :Eggs; Etc.; : '
.w.1'L{ "<' in' the 'tficourdgenieot ,to erectgood; In roads' steadily used, which No.648JuIJ8,1899"tweed toaoorKe! '
.t \ : -,bulkllnusalong Impassable blgu"'rays- should save only 10 percent of the O.ait...noo, for J.otl: Section :90, Township' .> '
.. BU,8. B 4:1, East': 18.69 Serest14o
a {. ,Welo,1I0t, build good re ltlencell even wear and tear of horses, and wagons 8twvb, O.
eil to
'/ 455,July B, lm OIl.l a"iw> '
,'ln 8'IttIJ.) places Business eatabllshmeifts and of tho time 'of ,Wen 'employed, aieason, for Lots 1,a, 8, 4., 0, 6 and 7, Block Prompt Attention! to M il"Cirders. Mutual
"; and Industrial enterprises do not would save to the average farmer from 14 Town of Jupiter. ,Section 81, Township 40. The
flourish- there. Inaccessibility and high $50 to $100 a year. It Is not at all unreasonable 8. R. 48,Ea.t. ,: ..* -
j civilization- seldom I accompany each to Infer that the plan proposed No. ,GO. JulJ 11..1800.oed? ,to;.Sarah Faber Bro's. M ark .
tother.; Senator Jobn T. Morgan\ spokej would, effect such .an Improve O. Qlnason toe LoU l,:I. .... B.6. 7, H and 0, '
trytlywbeu.la, m recent letter to Mr. L. ment. As It would hot cost the country Hock a, Town of lupUot-, Section 81, 'Town- insurance tCom'r. :
L. Gilbert, secretary of the' Mootgora- residents a cent-more In expenditure .blp." 40 8. R. 4.'l. But. 'West PalmBeach.
8, ISttO; asnused to Sarah P. .
err commercial, and Industrial assocla- Jt ought to be popular If It la No,4B7 July .
01.,0..10'", LoU 8, 4. S 6 I. 7, 8 and O, Block
"tlon, be laid: 'Npt only are good foails once understood. 1-1-90. u
8, Town. of Jupiter Section 81, Township .... ... '
pleasant and ornamental features of aOW1tWT. 4U, 8. B. 48 East c c' of New 4 ork. ; ';
( .''but they are the wisest and NEED OF GOOD ROADS. 1'10..118..10118.' 1S09 ..M_.eiI to Sarah
moat ,economical! bestowal of money Q. Oloason, for Lot. 12. ,8, 4.. B, 6 and! 7. !
and labor. Every civilized country Is They Cost Monert but la
measure*,,by; Its roads CIa much/ aa It{ Is ''Ar. ,Cheaper Than Poor On.f* hip 41).8. B. 48, Ea..t. A. McOURDY, ,President. l '
by its Industries. the estimate that The greatest'needof the country Is 1\0.\! }tin, July 8, 18tf). MeMed to Barab'6. :
i men- place .upon Its -value.! It Is posslbfe good roads. To hove good roads w.' ffleiwon. ,for Lots 1,2..8,4, 6,9. 7... 8, j l IJ, }0i; i .N. ,t d
11, ly: and-lUi |)louk' 0, Town of Jupiter, '
: without '
have good roads good
to .
,must haw a good ,road law, says :Texas Heoetl..n'82. Town.h1u-4Oj' ; 8. R. 48. Stove Wood ,
schools' but It.Is absolutely Impossible i' Farm and Ranch. .To have a' good 0.6U.JuI1 8, BOA, assessed to'Sarah O.Ulenson ., a
.to ,have the best of 'schools without road law the people who use road for Lot 1, J and 0, Block 7, Town Deliveredo Any ltaart of ; b'uelriess' in 19'00 tbran l during any' 'p'revtouiT'year. tt
good .1.00011. As a rule, the efficiency must be made to comprehend their val af Jupiter Section HI, Township 40, 8. B. 48 "
of a country's'common schools zany .be ue. !Then they will demand of state Ba"' ,?, its position.as the largest" .truDge.t, 1D08t .progren-
} measured by the coudltiou of Its public i and county legislators, to proceed to Ro.408.JulJ 8,1999aeeesed to Sarah..O. mall Leave Avenue orders, '''near at Wood the railroad Yards on' company in the world ,
roads." solve the problem. CHeason for Lots 1. :t,8. 4. G.6 apd I, Block address
D. P. Bettor of. the boardof ot Jupiter Section 81, Township 40, or
resident Good roads coat and rnyoplbaxpayeis 8. Town I '
trustees of the Medical College of I bave objected money to any practical N..It. dB, East. J. T. SHELL .iD 1000 .. .'$60,682,902,31.; ; I

4i ,Alabama discussed good roads In tbelr system on 'that account, whereas No. 4ttl July H,, 1N09' ee.w.eq'to Unknown December 31* 1000 :e 25.153,102.l. t1''; ,
and for Ixilsft t.ad-4, Block 7., Town ofuplter PROPOiE ;O. r ,
relation to tbe medical profwslon; bad roads cost a 'l'eat deal more than : and Annuities" $1,141,497,888'02. ite
& ,Section IJ)1,'Towo.blp 4O, 8. K. 48, ,
the patient lIe said tbe. good roads tel ford or macadam' There is no lack, EllMt.: '
f movement had been making/ splendid Of facts and figures to prove this statement No. 48\*'July 8, IflOO,assessed to Sarah d.Oleusoir -T -
progress.. It must be. rememberedthat : truo. Railroads, telegraphs and for Lots 8.9,101,11.18,19: and 14.Block :AGENCYCONTINENTAL this company has b.een'an, unbroken'' record of pro
It took nearly 100 years to get the telephones are great modern agenciesof 7. Tow*of Jupiter, Beetlon 81,Town. of returns to policy-holders en-utmostiHlfX, '

{ central government Interested In the civilization and If tbere I. an exception .hlp 40, 8. B. 48, last. r uno AS THAT: OF,, TILE NEST JLAliOlfar '
of rivers and harbors. Even 484,July 31,1809\ a eed. to'Arih O.
question Not
to the rule that civilization nearly times as much as that of tbe'third la
Calnoua and King who.was an. Ala- fellows these Institutions: we have, failed OU-n.on.for LoU )..l\\>. U..I v.l5./ 14, 15. Id : .ten ,

t bamlan. bad been opposed to making to find It or bear of'It. But.bad end 17, Block. ,, Town of! Ea Jupiter Beotlon: .
thelfe- approprlaUo, and other great the'clv' 81, TQtyasblp40.8. ,R.,48 t.r '
country .roadsgreatly" retard : '
", statesmen had been slow about talcingnp ill'oce besides levying the .N tI.> 489'jjulX; B,189u. amesmx) to f-T. PLANT and Policy Payments 66,232,963.; ,
the question of Internal Improve llzlng s. Me'InllenMr Island. No.8,Section\ )5Town.blp42 received '1779.134,420.\
heaviest tax known to civilization
roAds-movement > ,S. R.4U, Cast, 1{-100 serer
the good
ments. Bat Rural mall'delivery 111 l largely, d.< No' ,810\,July 8,. 1899, asMSMd to- '
bad met with a prompt public response Qui OfKittrellN.O.PLANTS '
'" and there. wos> much tobo pendent upon the character of Scott for1 Lot B, East Halt. Block 2B, Town and payments to policy holders
roads and would be well nigh impracticable '
of WeetpalmBearh, Section 91, Township "
thankful: for.Coming '' recelvd 'lnce' formation of $$87,098,5'43.61 1a
a on tbe muddy lane of the Bast: .
48, 8.B.48, '
of thephysician's I .. '. c r
i' down to the question iliklw'iuk1! .r ,. .
Texan. black In "aaseMed; ,
:. Ingood roods bo waxy section No.' S30: July: 8. 1809, ;; 'to J. 0.; .M-- {f !
Interest another weather. Therefore, to enjoy tb$ bene Williams, Lot oi Wes Half Block 85. 'Town Cabbap. Tomato k. .. said during a recent visit to Its of! a dally mall, our people must goo of Went PaiN Beach Bsctlon 21, Township I t vf
Impressed, by the fact UARRATONPtxaa'A of the' Mutual Life are clean snd'well invested. The
state ba was -work-systematically: to> make better 43' ,'a n..8. E.... '1'
that man= of the physicians used bl- roads. What matters. It If a road costs3.00O 'N'o.58p"Jnfy' 8, l90SMiesss l to Lydia M, i Specialty. to t&ke'risk. In countries where climatic conditions ',: 1

cycles. They could pot do which It in he Ala.referred $ JO.OOO( or even:'((10OO(_) per mile Brlnsts,(or East- Ball Northeast. Quartet, I Ws bin'du":; "Ro'.<..i, '.'n bama. In the state to if after It Is made every person who1 Bvctlon 88, Township' 48, 8. B ...a. t.... 8O o. L. .ber, !Cljn. 81, Msry.fls. below standard : "
charge. :
p the physicians only uses it will feel glad that the expend! untO; oCnleMsald A sfisrs of,out''p:lron.g scllolttJ.
Alabama they
for visit An
$1 u '
mad t shalNbs' redeemed
r charge 3. .They bad to do It, and tb.: ure: was according' to eertlScates law tax deeds will .Issiis 'M414OODRzS7itpllrctY: j1.1.1tD rates of the Mutual Llfr are LOWER and It*'guaran l
bad condition of the public roads;wpMresponsible 81,th A, D. Addrsss PRANK CUP '
thltreoDool tbs day .January
. those of other leading ,
for It. Better roads.. would' iT Platt Trees by the Ro d l l any company
19Oa. :" P.0. Boa 144', Vest PslmBeseh
7 lot la ,Ilow much and at what little cost ar'I
that the physician, }whose .
mean Witness my haniKand official sent this 96th '
Co '
e bard cut at best would endure fewer could the roadways of the country leadlug d&.701 Deeembe..A.D.190t, CECIL WILCOX OenM Ag't, Jackionvllle', Flo. ,
hardship and b.; wouU he able to l ,to the large cities ,be. ea I1tUled If 1\\ ,.
ana should to (Senll E. C- 'BKARBORN.Uerk : ., 'calt! on'Tb e Tropical Real Estate t.. %
+ each the patient .more quickly each farmer give a littletime! : ; Ag't, Eon Gallle, Fis: .
f "Mould be ablo,to,'4o a batter' ; part by I the planting' of, trees and ,shrubberylong ',i of the Circuit' Court, Dad County., a9el i change' before price.' ''OiTreaU. .' ; ,

P. pauaM. ,hikrr, ;eta '" .
. e i ..ai.eiwe.. ? Ci ,,, ..,.,:,4. ; ;.J.;;, f"t :'. :' ,,-" ',; :;;,y' .j.' ". '-. .' J-
r ._ ', .IIIfIWit! .,WiI.if. \,\"I... ..!r.1J.:\ .. :jJrm( << ,:, jL T.ff,* P,4v+,,,"P' ',' .liBL",71iR11fi 1 '' -fl't MM ; '. 't-drti.C. l I'. '



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No' ..*n.IoBl St..*tnM<. ol Mr. Andrew WAR ,,
.. C.r...tl_ nod Sam .4>tfc.... I. MKTOALF' ,
If Mr. Carnegie means (In recounting CROCKERY and
the blftsalngs/ of poverty) that ordinary NOTARY PUBLIC ,'.,t.I.l", .

-- wealth Is no help to happiness, we disagree ? For the State of Flf!>,rlrlaat' Large. 'I U R N
tto Mrnlmlia the Kffeoi of Prlaon on ITU R.E
with him. The poor, and especially Deeds, Morttftunm, Iao .u In.lo.trlc*-CUalrinaH. o( Obh agoManotactwrer. Dm Uml. *. ...d
.' the. educated poor, have three ConveyttnnlnR a dpeo.lnlty, '
Cem.iltle.antgeats AiIKJnde I
All Work Guaranteed Correct. AU ., ,of 3Oat.COOL1S.'r ,"
will :
Road Material Work troubles, any two of which are, we lace lu '''.Legal Block, ? ;

I not say fatal to happiness but highly West Palm' B rldA'' 'nlcycleenndBLeyoleSundries.'. : at.vssLd)av'raty.:toohiroh'tdh:! 'Ck'f!" l' ,
labor .
Discussing the convict question ;: ,
t Inimical to Its enjoyment. They are ..1 i ,.i.-"1o. i N All Kli1d30tC'!' : ) \
3' Tackle
which Is again to the front lu and bpoirtin loon) .,
Insecure they are nearly powerless to 0 O11U.I.INOWOMTII, 0 50.(t.CtlUIUE ; a
Illinois, 0. H. Hill chairman of the ., +f' OaeollnesIe.es; AtuaN/nmaEhroseue011etodeik: / : :; : .xlp l' ..,}1 ,
provide for their-children's future, an.1they c- Qlnntwnre,tmp and tuoteru., tIS
I '
manufacturers' committee Chicago CIIILLIN U WOUTH&. CUltltll HarttnoiUJpr*,. R..dr.; Mt'tfd' :rwt.
have Insufficient freedom However .. l >" jMatl,Orders Olt.w Prompt Attea}t4n.t: 1.ilwpol;'

1 Bays lu part: good 'la his trad* f man may be ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.' ---- .., neei,, A----- ."., _-------.. U.. \ t
The prison labor problem baa always 'I'< : \ :: 1
'vw\\i\'I'I',\ ;
been and still remains a vexed and be la liable to be 'thrown out by Illness; West Palm IJeacl:' r<<;; ;->- -'-"-: fc'la :' ........... ........".S......

by -misfortune the failure, for lu- 12.21 .'", To ItrUe d sc .."' :J .';, ,!
perplexing question. It cannot; with ..Stance of an 'employer or-and thin .1",1" :;, \\'ff.t::;'. r ,y s .
solved In the '.' .. ; It, '
absolute certainty; be l.\IETOALJI' '.i. I .p r.i't
same manner In every locality.In cause to the disgrace of our age W.1 t.V''I1I'! I I, ::
growing more frequent every year-by V .*& ?.>'' .... .
considering this question there are ,. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.+: ",.., And work we. are doing[ Crown and) Bridge .work at ''ridiculously .

propositions which. are self evident quickness the. advance and of suggests age which possible diminishes) claims NO TAR. rlirJ8L10.,::" low prices.! Come In and see thework we are1 doing this week. ., )i 'and :::$IAGN : >( '

and by common consent seem to( be accepted Will practice County;Stats and F., ileral :
of a man too placed You can't get bolter,,work ,
pension. To say Courts '. ;r <'>' anywhere. (1
.by nil having. experience with that prosperity wig not make him hap : j; 1;. I i '
LAND CAsaa A spBCtltTTrOffice / : ,
penal Institutions. pier Is nonsense Admitted nonsense ." ", -. :. ;Dr.' MILLER I .PAINTINe1 1"
\ The first Is that the health of the for If It Is true all our teaching about in TRoPICAL SPN Block, ';r : '. ; : ; :

convict, both mental and physical, and the virtue of thrift and-the utility of West Palnv,Beach. DtdexCOatitrs""< 'i";"" :>>" .>- ..Florida" HECKERT COTTAGE :" LAK, S FRONT ,, fI
,' 11.10etXokokokokolokokoitgkokokokokokoatokokokokokokokoko:! ,. ,
big moral welfare require that he saving Is but feeble hypocrisy. '
n... SAUNOEllS; Jr.:, ; ,,, ::1 4 ',
should be kept employed for a certain The second drawback Is positivemis H* "- '.' '-* -- --'-" '----- -'---,------ I Paper: Hanging :;

portion of each day at some healthfulwork. cry to scores of thousands; tvho'know A1TOKNBY AT>LA W...' kr oo ; ,
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also demanded by a that at their death their children and 2-
Tills H '
especially their daughters must Olive and Hatura Street, ; I : \
de-I Corner
for the prison discipline. ;
No'proper regard of any Intelligence could be scend In the scale of life orJsuf'er 12.WCST PALM UBACH 1, FLORIDA | Miami Club: Bar je j : \
ope hourly repeated pains of penury. The !
beard to suggest today that the con- efforts made on the continent to avoid ',-i ++r4iwwti'..... 'XWe WEST PALM BBACIII. ,. t1

vict should be maintained In Idleness. this evil mold all the laws of society A J. Ll WIS. > 0 1 ,

First-It Is also conceded that so and all the habits of life and even L&r ATLORNEY AT LAW .. g ship a, gallon of (Food Whiskey, -FLOWDA. :v/1'); ":'' 1

long as the convict Is employed at any here where It Is less fought against It" and-NOTARY- PUBLIC.- I ex,. charges, prepaid, 'for $3 BOO. Other"- JK .N.NV..ONAeN N....+:;' :4:

kind of labor his employment must be poisons a multltude-.of ,homes. "No t.e3. .... ......,.....
to a greater or less extent In direct did you gay' Then ask the clergy Agent of the. U. 9.Fidelity/ Ouaranty Co.;: ol.Bultlmure whiskies $2.50 to ..i .!- -.!---ri-ff| .1,",,''. ,, ,
competition ;jvltb outside or free labor about themselves and hear the tales ,, M'!. -.ji, :,!!jjjf\\ J JOlllce 7.00 per gallon.' MAIL.: : "" \ j. :, .r;; 'n

I, upon the theory tbat whatever the convict they tell. There are hundreds of parsonages clHHUB at Street ortrner,over of Ciematls'Avinuotend' 8trolim'corei49' Watt': An 8-year-old brand, "bottlci.in'o- .;; ,PHOTIMakes r'l r

Is produced to supply a and manses In Englandwe'quote IJeaoU.TT .
produces AVe.t P.lm ,;'' .. STEAMER ; r
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demand and that this demand Is diminished this class becar-c It Is blameless "-1' \ a bond age,. strength, purity and"'tjuan' |. : d5 ,, }. p
to tbe extent of his produc and the facts are known-where men 1'. B1LANNINGI;:i .t\ i
tlon. cannot sleep for thlnklsg of their child ., HP'1" guaranteed, by the IT.S. gov't per dally trips between,, j; -?

Third.-The almost unanimous con- dren's future Is "wealth," by whichwe Attorney and Counaellor!' -at-LAm, cas'e of kI2' bottles $15.00. *

cession la mode by those familiar with mean surplus money, no source ,of g West Palm.. Beach and '
that regard for economic happiness to them? (OlUce over, Bank,) If JVg
.this topic a proper "
Imported and Domestic Wines and ,f i, n M' 1 1Munyon's
conditions' dictates that prison Tbe third evil of poverty; striking all WEST PALM BEACH' FLAI '* 7
labor should be brought as little as alike who have Insufficient Is a great 216.1902 2 Brandies at close figures n Islafi.cT'

possible lu competition with outsideor deal hidden everywhere by habit but \

free labor. It Is a most real one. Not to be able y It.. ANNO | 17-year-old Whiskey. bottled in bond, x Stopping at all Points of Intercut- ) >

With these three propositions admitted to choose one's work never to one's be Able s ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. % '$2.00 per bottle;; not.less than 4 bottles sold. f ,.,. ,!,..,:.:*,;. "'' '2' riffl
us the consensus of authorities upon to rest from It, never to have own ;
1 this subject the remedy would seem way or to gratify one's own tastes but Office-Projit Room liatohettButldlnp'Ave.',;:; D, o Terms cashew. !th order. V;',, .., gI 'iBe'Sloi' {, ?
Steamer leaves West
j to be la providing convicts with labor to be tied as It were, to a 'wheel- Miami Florida. MZBI9oGEO. / Palpt; aK; ; f :r rat

which will be as little as possible In these' are not sources of happiness, .'! I MIAMI "CLtfe, BAR |a aS iGBY"A.M.. etti ptngk'
competition with outside or free labor. and we do not suppose that Mr. Carnegie \VOBliKY.': 5 d

This competition so far as the state Is thinks they are.though some lecturers ,r | Miami, '""F'l'orida..1'' } jg ,, arrives at-4.8b P.M... 1 '+

concerned, could be avoided by the employment on the vanity of riches occasionally ATTORNEYATLAWrOeoeral .' '
of the convict In the manufacture speak as If they did.-London practice In State and Federal Court. Opposite P'ostofflce, 'Phone 92 2

products whleh' would not Spectator, te All buxlneu entrusted will receive prompt J at.- o.' 5y1to11oi107aolaot1ol10i1o11o1107o110IIOkOStoil011o7101101-, 1 -, ,, '. i .I-IIt' ,. 0. Round-Tr Farm, ;, 'ar 75 Cst'N.B.Finest

In to competition with any established. ) 0i1o11ot1o AOlloi.o .. '
outer. BulldTne
Office, Brown Are. D..nd.ll.1lb: i. a- t J
Industry. The Laborer' Horn and Family. Street. ... .. ." .
Another right which a worklugman ; '. FLORIDA ..- .
i In canting about for such employ MI MI. a. .
has Is to two hours more a day with his .
blue fishing and troll I4
me'ut, It must not be lost sight of that '
If he leaves his home In
the prisons of the state of Illinois family. TT F. ATIINSON.i1 Place Your Order At Once from deck of steamer; tl i ,
the morning .and gets. back when his "
5 Duo.tr.tt +
should be conducted for reformatory ,
children are In bed ,what. Influence .. tor .. .. ,
would be
purposes and not for gain. It A TTORNEY-AT.LA W. ? '
will he have over them ORANGES'
It Is better for cities to go to ruin and *
Box 1- I
that the state of Illlnola'deslred to prof- Holiday
ships to sink In the middle of tbe ocean .
It by the labor of the'criminal class ino.lv j.. C. G. von SCHOELERWatchmafeer
than for family life to be broken.
consideration .. ,61 the .. ,.
without regard for any other ?
W01'lfm by right ahoul'') have time'; !
than the dollars and cents'thereby 1 ANDREWS, 1t
alter their families How JAMES
toJook marry '
derived.It 1 -./ 5 ) tee 1C'',
men want to work more than eight '
must also be remembered that the I ATTORNEY. -AT-LAW, IndiiaiiRiver Oranges.
hours? .The* waiters ,ln Ban Frnaclsaa '-') OTARY PUBLIC Famous,: and Jeweiert. ,
convicts In the penitentiary al'e usnant got hip
mentally and morally deficient and fre walked dowb town to save cur'fare Prosecuting Attorney at terevurd t'e.FT. 'I J. Remember Your Friends. '" .
quently physically disabled. The chief ARTISTIC -
got home at 10 or 11 o'clock at night TITU9VIt.... .FLA *
object of confinement In these Institu- '. ) Delivered Express! 'boxes for ENGRAVER on ,: 'I. ;
should be date to and were compelled to work Sundays "S-riI-17f)1: lit New York by at. $4.50 per box} two ww '
tions at some early
Industrious as well as weekdays. Today smelters! ,". : $8.00 Prices for other points In proportion. WOOD or META
restore these offenders to society as
and factories run day and night. Once ,
self supporting men and'women. GEO. ,',
lu a year or so they shut down for four Plaoa Your Order Early with 5 5' PARLOR ''
.- It Is not believed that this result
or live months and the poor workman Attorney and Co ns lor-at-Law. In BLOCK .
cannot be obtained or that plans look- ZAP}! ,.
goes without work. The object Is to THE EVERGLADE PRODUCE COMPANY "
lag: to Its accomplishment are Utopian; make quick money. Tbe rich owners will practice In State and Federal cOlin.** Next door South ofSEMINOLE
So the state should not only furnish HOTEL., r

noncompetitive means of labor so- far while may be the enjoying laborers themselves are. looking In\ Paris for -aa.ryr TITUSV1LLE, :TLA. \ West Palm Beach: ; Florida. : Entrance; '. .
to these convicts, but II-"t r ''
as possible work. 5- "WEST PAUl 6EACEVLA'.
should at the same time train them 1L D. EATON TH. J>. ,
And still another right of the labor ; yHOKKEOPATHIST f
mentally and morally as well as manu- Kxnerienoeil, wnrktnhn. Cloanlnff sod
'Is be the breadwinner of .
Ing man> ,
ally so that they may achieve masteryof ;" Want lloiiolring akllltully! done. 6-JO-Ir: ,! "
the family In some countries tbe wife a .
some trade:! or occupation.At -
works, the fleld. In this country the WEST PALM BEACH FLfMBIDA.IteHlOeneo TTTTTVTTTTVTTTTVTTTTTTVT
the \prlaoa labor conference held at .... ,
works on the typewriter. It's work opposite MHMMXM]| ehuC'leuiMttH OIllN
till Auditorium annex In Chicago on Aveuue, next to MaHOUOlll "Tempts. --
the 12th day of October among oilier either way, and It's not right. We were ... hours 8 to O ".11I., 3 Ce4amtTteep.r. House Built
not born to live In tents, but to live In '
HundnyH :SI to 4 v lu
solutions the .
possible suggested were .
Chair Livery
houses. A. man's wage should enable Special Attention Give tn Menses" olVouieu "r ), Wheel .
"That such of the convicts of these' him to buy & borne. Do you get fair' \ and Children. II. T.. Grant, Contractor and Builder, la prepared! give + ,

Institutions as were able should be for wages? Stand by.your unions. In unIon prompt service and satisfactory work to any one need-

t 1 a reasonable number of hours each day San there Francisco.Is strength.-Father Yurke, TT. O. 'HOOJi, :BI. Df: lag anything in the construction line. ,.' New Wheels .

employed In the manufacture of good PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Call on or address Polite Attendants
road material using therefor the most .
.. approved machinery and totally excluding Would notrlet Nl' .h. Work. Once over Btroltm's store, WfeST PALM ; ,H. T. GRANT -
''It the Idea of a convict laboring upon A. Berlin special says that Max BKA.C1I.; RonlUenco near Royal Polo- ,.1. v. Prompt Service g
Hirsch with members of the Prussian '_ C.6.1902 \ WEST .PAL 4I BKACti; gLOBIDA.'
a rock pile with a hammer. This It clan Hotel.PALM BEACH. 1'1
upper housa and President Dunker of a
urged would suitably the
was employ
the workmen's union has Inaugurateda ...4 ., .. .
; convicts with a labor sufficiently hard national movement for the abolitionor T> B. POTTER.'M. D.: ..TL'AE Wheelmen furnished who are familiar

., t to meet. tbe requirements of prison discipline. restriction of night work. The de :: WORTH BOAT WORKS, ,. : v > H.- .. *. a

duced could The bo road supplied material In a thus suitable pro- wand Is made that night work shall be 8-38-93:. WEST PALM BEACH. F7.A.: ;l'' '' A. 'T. I60SE.. Proprietor. with .all point of Intere f on- '"both A

k manner to the different localities of the unlawful In the case of women employees '" iide* of Lake Worth. ;:'.:1.' ;'
Sail and Flab Bow Tinghye"
P or of male employees under Laubchea, Yachts, Boats Boats and .
state of Illinois without cost that r'5;
save P. PLATTE M. D. ', :
of transportation. The railroad companies the age of eighteen years. For adult C e fy Built to Or-ler, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled ou \ : .

have given assurance that a very males It Is proposed that eight hours PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON. Boat Yards at Blangonia.1018tf v

-_ low .rate" would be wade for such purpore shall night be labor.the maximum It Is urged legal that period these of Telegram delivered all.-hourof, tIN day; JK; 6. address WEST fALM BBACH. FLA. JONES Sc SPEED, Prop's.

provisions be extended to all branchesof aSilnlcht, ,
The objection to such labor being the "
r, r' only service performed by the convict Industry, Including workshops, ho- ia-29-iqu PIERCB. '; "okokoatokcltsokoittbkokokokokokoetokokokakokoKottokoktyft- ,West Palm Beach; Florida, ''
tels and the various forms of traffic. t ty'
IB that It Is neither reformatory In Its '
character nor calculated to fit him for "Night work has unmistakably an Insidious p D. BROWN #

a useful life after his discharge from effect on the bealth; morals and ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. ;I. Truscott Boat MTg Co. f
4 ..
Intellectual of the-
prison.To capacity working Plan and Orders_ filled for Choice_ Indian
pecldcatlons prepared
classes to jjI
a correspondent.
supply this reformatory deficiency Jobbing work, given prompt attentloa at D
It wan proposed to devote a proper "It Is also Injurious from Shop on Datura Street. River Oranges. IMC.u.istf .

t number of hours each day to mental the employers' point of view, though r I ,High Grade Pleasure Craft IIf
of them have false IIOUCIITON
the. _
and moral training and to Instruction many conception i>u. oo.1 I

In some useful craft or employment, that the extension of working i Vapor Marine Motors. *
training tbe convict until he becomes hours Is accompanied by a correspond-i. "DENTOS"nOVK..PIIONB Manilla HouseMRS.

dextrous In the use of tools and machinery. log Increase of production. Overtaxing HOLLAND ISWEB'T'PALMBE | J. D. O.. MORRIS, Agent. | ., '.
Labor organizations have the physical abilities of a workman ,VCKt.
noobjection : diminishes Instead of augments : West Palm Beach, }Florida o ..
whatever to a man who has .r TIFFANY SPROUL Prop
piiUl his debt to the state for crimes bis productive power. Night work DANIEL t: 0"J ,
LT. 3fotlo Sol.o7eoleolfollollo7solaotaoleoatlo7so7enieolsolf o>OOlSOUoieottOXDo"You. h.
cannot be obviated
committed by him again returning to wholly 'except .. ".

ux''tety and becoming! a useful member through agreement by contract, but DENTIST. Clean Room a e'
legislative regulation and limitation

thereof.It lint. further been! suggested that can be established that will prove ben COCOA. INDIAN alVKK.: Jl'LORU.'A..t.tK-. ": Want a And Good .<. F,4a

eQelal! alike to capital and labor." -. ; *- '-;- :::* A:
the convicts! of the" penal Institutions \\rAl.LAC13U. S1OSKS ;1 : --t--; r-! / <- STEAMBOAT ,? ', '
Dr. UlrICh looks upon an International We ha... them t of the state could bv engaged In man- .non.on hamf toault, wit ell"build Wholesome food
nfucturlng supplies and products consumed agreement as the surest guar.autee Smeettor I* A. W, Robert, Jams what you wsot. *
by themselves and by the chiirH for remedying the evIL tic,
,. 1--' also
1; '. Ittilile and other Institutions of the TV* are PreparedTo Rates $ .oo Per Week

( S ntiitc. To tbs| plan organized labor RvlTla the A. R. V. "',..ot"lor West Went Palm Palm amen Beach. water Town Work Lola a>lao 5';.,. 5 furnish.' ,,,. .Table Board $4.50 Week r
,j him no objection. Robert Askew who has been on an NOTAUY PUBLIC. '- v .pert. i.
organization trip for the A. V. of L. Clematis Aronno.,near Olive Street. p Outfits for .
J In once/ of the adoption] of either of 11.2L: -luel Weat Palm Baaeh. Florida Pumping Irrigation t.
the foregoing plans the people of the through Intermoontaln states recently Near Corner Poinsettn. and Banyan '
state of Illinois would be required to stated that the steam railroad men of GEORGE O. IIUTLEU. ... Write or call on ns for( AlJythio ,In Streets

support tbe convicts, but the results! hat section aregreatly Interested In Our Line that you need.MerJr'.illStevens ,'

..I ohm I mil. dlrv'rtl and Indirectly'ould tbCDew Brotherhood of Railway Employees CIVIL ENGINEER WEST PALM BEACH;.FLA "
wblcb la really a revival of tbe AND r Engineering CoMV'T. ; '
5'' 5 nmr than compensate for such expenditure WTMSepd,
1: M ""flIrt coiiHlderlnK this question .A. R. u. Askew: says thAt they are "' .S

"d .. II sold I lie, r..all..ct; Hint our prisons at grasping/ the Idea of Industrial organ DADS COIIHTr.* ", JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville -

4J, bI the |>n.>",fiit time are far from self lUllI l antiun: Instead of being divided op Into r.&C Br'ntOMPAtiO" 51.Awrtm6nigm rea4 / PlaClP8I&YOI&

:: ,tllri!: .i: a number of organisations. .. I .-.---- Mari1.. Jf. ttailwaa3s! n SIJ'1' Vofirjol) Work/


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---'- The Ohio Cottage I U the name!' C. A. GRIPE
.- 11 i Worklnq Out Ulfrhwaj TI\S.'" ...._ .,124 acres of A No. pin apple land J. i

gliQWl 1 i.Nt"Jn( : 1'' IN FAVOR OF : Coinriientlujit! on the highway }nvr of ducted by Mrs Nina Crosgrove-anc '\
: 'tR.Y ; cleared/ small
.' J\OADS. ,
.I Twenty ; ,
: r thY Miss M Inn teGtbsod corner of Polnsetttt acres HIC A1SuLIARTttli.9'9W. 'r; \
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EUplre Sttttft tl' NeW xorkTimeo': : laeili '
\ 'J. pi.s ?;; : ; fortable housS'on th'e ; ]!; Lake "
': qt'v. In a reCI' iRHiia:snld: and l'!>rn' Streets.! Boardingcan ,
'.,I H.1n ,!!JO,4 Uoads to Ppblle ,''rha leg sIatlgalierttoforaennbted I ( for b. ..ai11 l' thweek, or' 'meal,- frir tAge. Owned by a aou-resldent who : S "
4, ( :A Mn.tor'ra ; NoveltiM Artistic-Shell', Goods "j"jin
to :
': "" rl-nu"? the I 1B unable: ,Rht: It attention. For spot Fi'neJeweJ'ty and
Improvpuieat of
,E4A tIIv JUe,roails( of {the i at reaBonable fetes. V: ,
.II .t. Mesenred (1- ,, this sacrificed
tw byI'ebt
i yi i will tx>
.. ."' "' statd''l Is good as far nfl It. goes, but It la | IIII' .1. i tint ll'i) ) t cant property ,
:Ue'.d"I'f1' t/P/ )<"I"" .',: ,. "I not likely to go very tar fu tIll lifetime : ; thq<
\ /, :<.'"J.1tetJt'\ > southern Alabama of, the youngest of our renders* It pro S(,I.b'. s.a.r,"b f..Qr,T'dQ-: Tropl a'f Reef! iSata'A EicHttge: ; :.W. I. and'' Articles' I
? Efrrthdajj cities Toilet
vldes V"""" Holiday and "I
,'it, ;,.tr.t"II18,11I1V! ntlbn at Mobile recently tor state aid to towns that aro CIIct 'si7f14It"w"e@Nr. i .. ; ,
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'''Bnfl%:;;orijawlzocl!( nT'gooJ: << roads aHBodatlbive :: willing to contribute their port .to. better ....".t.... Gifts:
roads built : : ,, Toilet Sets in Sterling. "
!, | tt4, ,,otfleero under the direction of ? < ;
anti| !a ; the state. Up to the present time we, FOR SALE.. ,
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(Mrl) /! : > reBplutlatis, domiiuijlng; such- I
C. A WoadruKIiurphaHur
believe that only ;&M rallcs-ot tho B.OOO '
:a( 'JtcKiMationj'; .&: ,' ,SyiU;!-,..pluce ih@ 'state, In_ In the'> State sro benefited b}' thus law or'' Tea. CertlOiuitei. aAi. Douiburei. Illllsldo Dairy Farm, Iooitei3 1: : '' at A Ball.Line of Latest Hsjiuinss and Perlodlosls. Always On Band I : ,Ill)

>* position? to' p>an' and oiinptruci\ pii'bllff The highway; alllnncewhoso 'purpose end dated below baa flied said' | Certlai'atuB In COCOA and'EOCKLEIXJ!: ; "',
.i i myoIlu, :tlad j'i.scfenyflSf; toAiiuet: : than 1$ to "Increase the usef ulni> (of '
hlghvvaj'8 |Ismu@. In accordance filth law. Tfils! Jp to'f'citl' {notiuleaf fifty ace s .
i "
"ktrtieen obtainC!. ,;t. .. I ; ," proposes.. that tile plait now In Bald aurUOCateqgmbraa9, the loIlQ.'Inlf, dotecrlbedproperties ''?,' o f; l8nit1( ; a b'6use''' of eight'( rooin, Under Seminole Hotel l;' West Palm Beach. : "I

!;(::pol': ,Ji,. lf ,berprglnipi ir,, >ijuper.tatewlpiit .'! operation/ towns )generally shall be \ oltnat In Darin. County fu fn19heli comple'te ; dairy house, Uraa-tl .. .' ,t i ;
1 0? publW'WtnicUou1'for! : : the' Florida to-wlt i 5 5
., Juno 6, ''18U8, 1Ilooot to'' 3 anMonnlur IblJO feet (with cement loot;) with \\f;
____.......,. .u. Q ,.A.lo.l \iI; t e\I ta lf ho sub- N.( 150
-. 1' o \ : ,for Lot 10; Block 41 oj Wa.ddell'e sr I4tilt6r\ and' churii fluted to ran
:;! ;jtJC ,n!'pO<\\d ncrTli: ?!!!r Reintt rm Addition to N. Miami 800. B6.TIt. AS, "H." Jl wlfIi' power ; seyefatflve head of: Hom 11 11It.

'fJr I rt i:tlui ..tr{ quntry;'' clone! ," < 'spoke In 41E. .1s"'U." r Mulch Cow ; fifty head of 14&pp-y ;

I :\\1111.1"" faa\ link' wI"x1tA ,',> :. No. tOO, June 6. JlSOS/; \ asmeesed, tp.J.ohnrioldcii better ;, ,
spaii of (
one beknsabd
fopM. E, Quarter ol N. E. 'Quarter, ; mules j .
/. ,onr6lln! rpt: ZAillgwLiteraghbghRof : : \ ,.t eec 16, Wr..p4..S.lt.\., i 4Vnoroo. jstalfa: for stdek ; three wagons of. 1 ; ; .: ------. : .
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d y } :! :o xivL0lperceu; !ott4&, \ Uo.scftool ;Na,aao J one 6"89K; .*-e.IIiI! to W.,H..l1 P all( 'one i iiggy. you use i i I
: popttJMlonjllu! ;;>; : .coigled.scbopbe : !\. 6..0.onor Lot 108. "Oo; i..iU. Grant," Boo. ., -. _- v i''
i It j III pal" %8 por.-oclK :Dedu etIngt2Rpep +' ., ,.. :Tp. 40-lit B. R. 4, ..4.B,E.,78 aoreu.Aluo For further particular's, address .' : T., Ne. f, I. ''fI,'
No. 831, July 8, limo;, a*. ARTHUR LAPliAM .
: 'gc,uy agrivft4lr? ( Wnl Mad, enrllnuate The FambUa ,
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: sesse4'tQQ.O. Chllllnsrworth fof.Lut lon :: \
fxegttinrlty' 'in-'ettendancfr\ which ta'a li-39-tf ,COCOA, Fl.OBlDA. 1( ;,
"O.onin Oc.nb"on. Jupl tor Inland, .InTownsblpu ,.
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...',.f'I".I" v,l'lIlnnllfi"wo'.IIIIYe.n.! ) dally "tt-t u. 1JaIN' 'i'i'
.. ; 04 t to: 41, 8. 42-48., 78 aorm, ... #
-i +, f tendance fn the'.wlillu; schools;, of 48 per s w Mo, /$>l.IIJun.IJ, 1808, aHlle..edto, J. W. : .ea Jl' it ; ; ;! '
eenf': : ochaptrpopuIUtloq: and In' the k Toun'jr. for Lot, Boo 88,TP. 418. B. *8, E.% .. I''i '
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.Coloredschools a'dnfy'uttetdance:!; ) of .a aerel. SPBOOL'S EXPRESS. I
h8fl pe* 'cent,, In thpae'utatoxswhete' the AIracertificate No. 4.7T. July .B, J800), a.- We have just received big lot Buying "l..V". .
roada .r, .1'000 'tbo'Voy'ngetdally: at., mned.. lo'. "+; "-'.lot Lot 8, Sto." ,}l 8. Tp. '
teadrtpuelu\ | trout ,{tporlrroutit'ts9,, pets. 41,B,It. 4)ITS) 40 acres: ';n 11'urdituteMovedBaggage' in: sucn, large ( Quantities enables us to get '.' '

cent! igreateftt; ltlep/, asgnnhld.4o) : Cow (rot(Evans,.()4Ju086.. for Lot S 189N.aeseseed Wt t;Hall; Block to 95J/>(;ftrlfd."ilea" ',. transferred and general the lowest' prides, dhd to secure cheaper; ,A r';' b ':\i

,.cluda.thna, that something\eidme! ,general 31-Ua: : : :I'p. 411' 11.48;<,: drayln done at reason ,freights; and placed us in a position to : M) >
interest ncco ,
Is itnry,. -t jUnaswd to,, E. J.Uoblnnon ble rates. .
No. T8, July 8. -1890- OUr ,
1 :
patrons '
"Though the Uitm'<;st- be, widespread for '''ooath Hall,, q' Southeast. TWo-Seated i.\\

1 and<- Intense the m'alimcutlandattenfy, CTuifi rtel', o( N r h-w.rt quarter ol.North. CarriageOr If "
you once use it you will have no: other. Come in a gef: fa'iiltH'ur fclth' our ". ,
I anee, Will, .be, regulated\ greatly. : hy the west Qnurt.rIn Peals.. Or nt, Beatlon tc1! t, .Single Buggy o o PAINT DEPARTMENT:; "; ,<<.j
4' of A0'8'' l"11"8! Vf'al', yeurs./ o ur. Township: l 8. R.40, E.': :
,cslnantlSa'! e'OfeyQle have, bpe i radically.. ; HARD nOAH: -TO TBAVKJj.o No, 70, July It1\10 l ... "; For hire by-hour or day. P. HATCH ZT'' '
free; Now tl the avail ,Nort -..uat Quarter: of NortbwmlQunrtrr Leave BLOCK"W. "
they are entirely/ free for nt Changed jit 'resources orders at Marillla House. Fl'ERSON' t
drnnt, Suction 2(5,
least tour months In the ;year. Yet able, which ore 'Yel', con ld rnble..ahnU ship| /B5,,H.J'wrltie:It. 40, 40 acred. ToWu- W-tt I .. .._ .. .. _. ...."... .. .... 'HardwareCRAYONS. S f
:the attendance |s not as, inrge: or aa be applied! under.etate direction -,,,, '. -,
IBS, N. 18\19. assessed to E. J.Dnuthltt
No: July 1.; ::; :
regtilor.as ttsbould !be ,rnot as large or At present I'aebropertt\ owner 1 Is required for outli-en.t' Quarter,of North .tw.
as regular as It Is In .many)!' other states'. \ to pay Ula Blnifo-oi(; 'the1 amount east; Quarter SeiHlon 84 Tow nhblp 5V: 9. It, ,';' ............ ......... ----....: :

w Hence" ,we conclude that something her 'voted for "roads but Is l atliberty to 41, :En ** acres. A 'C. Dittmar
f ,sldelt.g@l1eral. Interest auj.freo tuition wi,,,,ck out the..tax af'the .r .t&'ot one N... 160..Ju17,,$. ,,18!!90..' ssseesed to E. J. : : -0 WATER COLORS. : .

/ is needed. .'.., labor (for.eachdollar.due, by him. Doutliitt, for West Half of North-wont Quar DBALKH ,,. .
Y i """Somebody; ; may 'suggest: that they a tt-oitLv\viotlu: ; | yoldntary
,'greataaeeealty-la'a, -\ ",teacb' J.ilouu ,where IIlId"",wlmre! the.pntb mas- Quarter Suction Township! 63! S.' 'It, ,41, Ri'(2HA'R' IB. RESLER :
i'i lultr' torce:* It la: conceded\,'. I 11 biilleve, tor, nod! the highway gowmloelouer'may K., 1110 IIcre Ditcssed lidtrib tr; "
'8, 1JOO, asBwwed to Bfar# '
Uy,, thoau who- nr Lot 18, Block 10, Town of Miami.N. Doors Sasfc Blinds fc'i
,"mattcI..that";' 1//): !school au' be V1: sue- payment ot, road\ tn.xes. Inlabor! ball!! ., Section 8T Township. 08, 8.R. 4 1, E. ,. ,. h .
,:,CINIS, In the fullest sense of. the terui\, 1 be done away; ..wltb.that all tildes shall No. 240,.July 8,.18HO, II8..ed.to Andrew Mouldings' Brick, Lime. tog'ttaphe .

t \ a thoroughly UjUullfleil teacher, bit paid. In money and that,the money Burgess, for Lot 14 Block 61.Town of Miami add Bolldtrs' Bardiare.FtJRT .
'1 ''one.ltt whomtho people have faith, It shall be expended under the direction N.. Section a.T'Townshlp 6a.tt. n, 41, E: PIERCE I I IFLORIDALIGHTWObD CLEMATIS AVENUE: .i' f.1
; 'dt, woe for that i'ellsol1"tbat .the...lawulak-; of the;1Ikl led, aud ,trained 'olllelala of "No, :384 July 11. 18U .,..juMiM. ..od to -
+ 'Jng> power established Recently"! neweyetem'fortheexnmluatloq'pudcertIft the state i i" M.. Oullirord.for'Lot' < 8T. MeDomMil't" BnbDlvWon 1 Opposite Masonic Temple. fl

\ ; There can be no dotibb. tMt" this arrangement of Lot 1-', Hectlon 31.. TownHhlfJ. 04, POSTSFirep
cation of teocberS ,, the. would 8tR. tbE-: West: palm Beach ,Fla :
I by.wblch .quaHficatlons secure very much i6o9, niweiiiied to Unknown ,, Class. Liglttivirod'PO9te fur : $
l of the teachers< la the public better return for the blono1'o' the;.Tr- No. a9UJuIy 8. : .. :
tor 1J,,Block"81), Rhode Flat Of New Pineapple Covering and pther purposes : "
.ttt' schpbls have been Increased more: than rlous towns than Is got, at present. 'No : : ., .-----------"': -_. ,.....-_---.
Hwitlon 54 H. R.
niHcoynp, 15-23.: Township' Addreg'gH. .
100'ger< : cent, The board crell.tetor\ and need boa great traveler the In' 41, K. :"xNo. .. ... -- "

:iiiAt purpose has labored, faithfully,! t rlor of bur state to ,know,that the SU-t?July 8. 1800, JuwiMwd. to. Un & HOWARD '- ,

t and.Impartially,and eal'lellIlyeliUlI. general eondltlou of the roads Is bad ,known tor tot 0. Block 8ilRhpdmy Plat o'l 'r' ''Sebastian, Fla '

nate' from ,the, ranks'of.. the educators a&A that the Poduefes r'ls. tremendously. New Biscayne,Suction 15-It3r Townhlp) O*, 3.B. fflCBmtEY .
those wb -.are';'; not..(Junllled( ,t/J1f'/> the costly.. It ..l8Ulte( 'common to nee a 8. K 41, E. GO;
jg aervlce -:great\ ':'things have been'', ac' I fairly good road passing from the area .No, U8July Hi; 189$, iuwesiied toilorld ? ;

conipllshed In",'ithst dlrectkiii.,, .Out! of one town \tyecorn/ a. wretched road p. L. ft. T. Co.) for North Half 01 Bwtiou. 28, '

t' teachers' are better fitted for efllclcut( Iq the next!:, 'tjiid the/ proportion of the Ti>*nBhlp 41, 8: 8.4:1.8'11.110: acnw.,William Don'tfor .. Strictly* First--Class '.. "
No. 4O5, July 8, IHUU, aawHBed" to +
serrIce Kh&nfiver:; before. Yet th6 fiiJjMtendance latter Is ninny; times- )greater. than that Woods. for part WwtvHalf of North.we..t ;r

iipon.tiie; schools,, the .coii.itryschools. ; ; of the farmer. Quarter 6 chains wide off "rtuth v.$k>cUon 4
especially Is toot' frequently As a ruld tho" actual cost of the decent n, Township O8. Svitt. ":l..ERlt. 6 aer. .... 'That we have, at all times, Hbuse-Furnisliings? '

small and Irregular! Some-thing Is neo mode< is :DOt. appreciably larger '10104,10.July.8..J800, a.sesaed to W.H. H. a choice line' of .. '.
eH8n.ry.dthetvtlmn..g"eneral,' ; interest!! or than that of the bad ones. The mon Gleaaont for :'J Ogres;. off month Bide of lot T, draperies: Window Shades / ;

free tuition Disqualified, teachers. ey Is .used .In one'case'and' 'wasted In /Section 14, To'wnHhlpOa. R. 42, Bant: 25 1 : ,. :

''A school may .have.all these things, the other. The plan suggested would -* FLORIDA WESTERN Wall Papers :. j :
/o:4UII.: 11190. .aBBCBued /
July 8. to Gerald \
p>a> perfectly; .equipped as to.rbulld-: not Increase.as) we understand It, the'amount J
It Ins,.,/urnlablnKS and trained 'tedcber, collected.tor road, It'would Hll ler. for Lot B:J, Lemon. ,City Section 18. ",. ':
B.il. 42,Ea.t. Wicked kneseand 1
Township S8r JaI : :
:. and at the same time prove to be a tall1 simply secure an Immensely; better return ,"0. 447, Jw'J' 18I1Y.eo.od d to W H. H. 'MEATS J'
I '" are on account of hick of accejalblllty.J for It. And:this return would ben QliKnon, part ol Ix>t, 2. 88 aurasoff. north Enamel'Goods '

;AcceMDUMllty; depends upon the quality the dellnlto p8 of>economy and end, Hoctlon 28'; Township; 68, S. It. 4V: EaBt. i. '
: ,""'0(. tile. public roads. Our good public [>roQt for the residents-,'the towns :26 scree. ... .. eNo Live ;and Drt3ssed'Ttur- ,. '

<< rondo 11I'e.Joo': / par: with' !our' good is well as for the community general-I.IJ' I. 404. ,July ./I. 1899, aaKemedi. .ta H. Haickehs.i Butter Freight'' Prepaid Anywhere in X?>atie '' bounty .:;;
of Keysj ,
achoolhouses. The., one would be, about Brookor, rw.Lot 8a.Cab"'ellub.Plvl..Ioo( ,
'as'dfflcult to.flnd as the other. What ,It has been estimated that Improvement Lot 4hectioa$1Townehlg,40,8.,471( 'lit., Cheese :Eggs Etc. tefer'son'Block -. "'r5
448July 8.1899. aiMHWBi-d, to,George WEST' PALM BEACH "
'" Is' the 'nbcourdgement.to erect/ good In roads, steadily used, wbtoh No. ; !
? (l. GloaBon, for (Jot :2, Section :a$, Township i 1.1T.. tf . '. _, ", ,
''buildings.'alongImpassable: hlghjrays"Wetdotngt.build ; should save only 10 per 'cent of the '
nIl, a. R. 42: East: 18.09 acre t
good.reslllenclMI even wear' and tear ot horses. and wagons :
( ; posh '
ftBBWued to O.
No. >455 July II, 18OO. i '
in melt, places Business establi h- and of the time of, ,meu eniployed Oleaaon for Lot 1, 2, 8. 4 1:, B, 8 and 7, Block Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. +; \\OI:
meats aii'd Industrial enterprises do not would save to the average/ tamer from 1, Town ol Jupiter, Hectlon 81, Township 40.. The Mutiml ) ,
flourish-there.: Inaccessibility; nnd high $::10 to $100 a yell-I'- It Is not at all unreasonable I 8. R. 48, East. ," Jti: ; i ,: -- ..", "
% ,clTlllzatlou' seldom! accompany; each i to Infer that the 'J>lan), pn> No. 400. July' 8,.1809V. as..eHed .to?Sarah) FaDer BrOls..Iarket' t
'other. Senator John T, !Morgan' spqUetrolly ': posed would effect sucli .an .!.Improve !]. 01..00. for Lots 1...:2, 4, 6. 0, 7, 8 and 9. '
;wben.In a. recent letter to Mr. L. ment. As It: would, not cost tile coun- Block a, Town ot lupWw, Section 81. 'Township Life Insurance 'Companya i ;

IM Gilbert., secretary the'' !Moutgom- try residents a cent-more: la expend | 40,8. II.."8. East, West PalmBeach. ; :
1890; aBiBed to Sarah 0.Oloanon "
No,45T, July 8
err Commercial and Industrial assocln-
ture. It .ought to lie popular it It Is '
for Lot !8. -I. A 6, 7, 8 and 0, Block
tlon ha said: 'Not only ore good roaila understood. 't f
; once -t- '
8, Town of Jupiter, Section 81, Township .
y. and ornamental features '' c
: a : '
pleasant ,
... of New
I 40, 8. 11. 48, E Ht. York.
/ cow)tby; but they are the wlHe t and "
NEED OF GOOD ROA.DS.Tnor No. ..nll. July 81809. assessed" to Sarah "
;; moat economical bestowal of money r a. Uleanon for Lots 1, 9, .B. 4, 0, 8 anti 7. 1901Y00l .. t .j'

and labor. Every civilized country la l Coat Money, hut In- tin* Bad Block Town ol Jupiter, Section 81, Township -,i % WOOD! '
measured,by< Its roads n.. tuucb asv ;Jt la ArCUeap Than roar One,. +0.8. R. 4.U. East. 'I' ,BIOHA b A. McOUEDY, ,Presidents; ;
"f r- by Ha Industries In the estimate that The greatest'' need of the o\ntry.ls\ No.'; 4BO, July 53,1Be9u.e.iped/ to Sarah G.. y
men place, upon Its value.' .It la poaIbfe good roada. To have- good-roads we, (jlosBon.toi-, 1,:J.,8,4., /6, 6, 7k 8, ,p, 0.'' 1 .. I ., r"qq :,"..

to have good rondo\ without goon: .must have a good road la wVsaja'; Texas Hectliin 11, 12anil-lU.83: Townhlp40 Block.. 8,,, 8.Town:R. 4ft of, Jupiter,, 'Stove Wood f.' .

,,' acliools, but, It..Is absolutely, Impossible Farm and Ranch. > To. have a' good '. Sarah .
1'10,4.60.' Jnly 8, 18O9 B* tiHid to* G.UleaHon .,. d1
to have the best of schools without road law the people who use roads! for Lute 1, a and 6, Block 7. Town Delivered, to Any Tart'of Town Did business in 1900 tItan' .r yt ;'\1
more during previous'"yeir. It
good .roade. As a rule the efficiency must; be made to comprehend their val' ..f Jupiter section 81 Township 40. 8. R 4SEaat. i any > ,
of a country's; common school' may/ ,be ue. Then they will demand of state i easily maintains its position the largest erongest'most.progreteIre :
measured by the condition of Its pub and county. legislators!) to proceed to 5'0.4,614.Jul1; ; 8.'I1j99, aBaemed .to Sarah,O.aiuaarm malls Lea.Avenue e.orders, 'near at the railroad;Yard on track Cle, life Insurance company in the world." t

lic roods. solve the problem. ,for g.ot.1. :a. M.4, 0,tt and I, Block stidreas
fyesldept D. I*. DeBtor of, the board Good roads cost money and myopicxpayer H, Town ol Jupiter,Section 81, Township 40, or .. H I
X of trustees of the Medical College of have objected to any practical 8. U.m.Eant.,, J: T. SNEIX Income.in 1900 ., '$60,582,902.31..
1 Alabama discussed good roads I In their that account. whereas No' 4 61. July 8,, JSOO aBmnd.'to.Up Upknqwn Assets December 81, 1900 .- $225,753la2.r. I
system on
? Lo\an sad 4: Block T Town ol
Try and for < PROPRIETOR. o-s-ti '
relation to the profession. bad roads cost great deal more( than Jupiter Section Ml, Township 40, 8. R. 48, .. . Insurance. and Annuities$1,141,497,88S. "
the .. JUe. said the good, rends '
piitient. no'lack t
telfOord! or: macadam. There Is East. _. ,
movement had' been making splendid of facts and figures to prove: tills state No. 48i! r.Jnl.11J, 1899;assessed. to Borah O.' .-S ,
( t progress. It must be remembered ment true. Railroads, telegraphs and GleasonturI ts8.910y1112,18aod. ... :AGENCYCONTINENTAL S The bt orY'of this company hag been'an unbroken''repord; of pro i;

that It took nearly 100'years to get the telephones are great modern agenciesof Block, 7, Town of Jupiter Section 81,To..... gross. Its excess of returns! to( policy-holders; baibeenalmoetdJY, ) ., / ,

central government Interested In the civilization, and It there ii an ex-' "hip' 4O. B. It. 48E..h-, ,,.._.J" 'rIMES A3 MUnjI AS THAT' Of? TUK JfJBfXT JLAJtOffST -I.i .
question of rivers and harbors.. Even No 464,.July U, lfjIl9/.888d to Sarah O.Jlvainnfor .
rule that civilization
ceptlon to the COMPANY and nearly ten times .as much as that of t11e'thtrdla'f'i '
'Calhoun and King who was an. Aln- follows these we littve- failed < | Lots 3OvJiaU9.: .14, 15. 10 t '
had beenopposed to making; Institution and 17, Blocks,, Town of Jupiter Benlhm8t.T9tn.bip40B.It,4ltl rank. ., 'u' r'
'bamlan. But' -
to. I And It or hear ot'lt. bad 17#
thoaO"approprlatl, and other great I roai *. reatly'rctardtbe' civilizing | ; : East.. ,: r I
:" statesmen had been slow about taking country s besides levying' the No. 482: .>JuiJI..It. 1899 passed f'.1', PLANT 'COMPANY Total of Assets and Policy Payments' ,s B.232,963. .:.f'[ ; : .,,

w ,up the question of Internal Improvements heaviest: process tax known to clTlllzatlon, lcrlellnn. for Inland .No.t H,Section IB. Town- Total .Premiums. received .. '$779.134,420. .f, rt
roads -movement ship 42, S. R.48, East acreB. I ..'
But the good Rural- mall' delivery .J8 largely' dependent f';
,No/nDJuIY/ 8.1800'asseiaed to-i ,
had met with'a prompt public re- upon the character of ourroada for /8EaBtliaH.Block"2B;;. / \ Town; sot KittrEll} N O. boldera :3\1); ;' '
much to be Scott Lot Excess ofaseots'and ymeutl'to' policy Ann : ;\
and there watt J
pponse. J
J and would be well nigh impracticable ol We.tPalmBeach, Section 21,1own.blp f\\\ () Rf'' 0 .
thankful for.Coming on the muddy I lanes of tbe 48, 8.J\.'8, teast: over total premluma received lace' formation of \H j | | uH n/1 { ,1 1.;
; '
to the question ,of thephysician' .Tklw'j iiRi 1'LAIITS' ,
down )
wet '' yU jUuUufiU ,
In Company '
B be Texas. black waxy section No 620, July 8, 1809 'ase ased. to J. c.Willian "
t ; Interest In' good roads another weather. Therefore,to enjoy the benefits -> ,., Lot ai West. Halt Block 90. 'Town Cabbage, Tomato bad Celery PlanU.OARrfATJON'PlNKS ,' "",7",L" ,
Bald ,during a recent visit ,to of a dally mall our people must go of Went Faint Beach, Section 21, Township4ttH. I, I '
t state .be; WU 'Impressed by the fact I to -work-ayatesnatleally; to make better J\,4,8'Eoh. The assets of the' MotiUl Life 'are clean and'well Invested.' The ,,'- ,iNS r. '

that mane of the physicians) used bi- roada. What matters ,It If a road costs "(Co.8H3,'Jnry 8. 1 SOo,._.d ta Lydia: M. ''A Specialty. Company refuses to take 'risks In countries where climatic conditions ; "

cycles.; They could n'jt 'do It In' Alat I '13,000, $0.000 or even '$10,000 per mile IIrl/lIP"lol' Bn V Halt .!North-eaMt Quarter. W. handl.IRo.ci'ind'rlsiiv'srled;; : ;, Pluota for are at all dangerous, and it does not write insurance on subjects who .. ,S
>ama. In the state to which be re- It, otter It Is made every person who Section M3. Township 48, 8. K. 48, ta... 8Ua O. I. "'.her. Gtjn 81., Mary, fU. are In any respect below standard. s''i' '

ferred the physician onlj charge- Dsaa It .will fool glad'that the. expendl- res. A share of.jro'a*'patronageioliolted.A .. :; ;

$1 for a visit An Alabama they I ,ore was made Vnl_.ald certldcatea. shalh b. redeemed
charge.93. .Tbe,. bad to do It, and thtf.:' l according: to law tax deed will Issue 'Mall. ORBxa9 PIt91, .rTi.it ,j1.LBD The premium rates of the Mutual Ltfr are LOWER and ltigaaran< ( f:, ",{',
'- bad condition of the public roods'.wairresponsible JI: the 80tb day .January A, Do .
for lt.; Bettet'rondq'wouid: Plait Tra>ea bjr tb. RO..a thereon on : :, teed, ; H.GHEIl than those. of any other leading company. Y'.( !'. ;:
1902. tf O. Box Went ratm, Beach Fla ,' f
little cost lr-t- f. 144 ; '? ,
mean that the physician }vho ,e. lot l Ie' Row much and 'at what Witness my band and official seal this 260 ,, .. .... p, .. ;
e bard one at best, would endure towerhardahlpi Could' the roadway_ of the COuDtr1lead- day: ol December, A. D. 1BO1.Heall I CECIL 'W VTltCOX Gen'l Ag't. Jacksonville, Fla. ;. .' ;;
(and he'' would be able to I u II,to the, large cities ,be. beautllled If '
quickly and each farmer should give a' little timeto [( Eo.C. bltdtBORN. CW on:The tropical( l Real'&tate Bz> '; '
t reach""the' patient' more JW. CONNER, Ag't, Eau Gallle, ,FU::, If
r, wonld.br' able todo a better .part, fcy tile plunting- of', tree, and batawbbetyeIong Clark ol the Circuit q Court Code County, ,,change: before prices'6ti rt.lt.''advance: *

w. jWA6f. vr4e Pt i -.e" th ,w'ft 1 :1 -' "" 1. ,. ,, '
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iEslbthMannerisms) KAISER- '
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British. Bnn>l re.s Bay Tlteir Slant I3n.i..* Way Dot of be Cuban Mn...' CHOICE a
I"" IUd of Awed Employ.". --'- C
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!. ? Paper or Dadc County T..Ur Contruv rrio.

-- .- .._----- --- The question of bow to deal with Common to Roosevelt Out of the Ingenious mind of Mr Oxnard For the h fosm.,tloa of local .. iNI '.j,, ',',. ,

: :; TROPICAL[ SUN PUBUSH1NO[ COMPANY old men is agltatlnic British employ president of tbe American Beet .t. '

: ers. The fueling I II growing that the and Wi\J m sportsmen., visitors( and all olhet. -
there issnea the
Sugar company protocol BA .
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', commercial success of the United (fn" modus 'Ii'endt In, the Cuban l.Interested, it woul4be well to' cut ;:5, ,: t rH4rRAIS,.. z.

r- ,.I"r' ivinv FMIOAY.AT States is due to Its confluence In young '." sugar 'tariff controversy. Having a -.. ,,'.,_,_' "'r;; r' : l" I .,' '. I1: ''J)..'

I' UIAOM,ttAOS npUMTV. M.OI1IOA men and to Its wUlloguetts, to promote TEAT DEHUIIOIATION Of':'..JIILES. human soul and a kind jheait, Mr.'O out the fohlowlngeyoeypta to pall ," "" '. 1 I "i'I\"I' :\ "'" \':''

-WIT PALM_________________________ them to responsible positions. I.11 I.\\ .nnrd recognizes the necessity of giving In tli'e'4at"l memorise\ otll' rwlse A Few ,Lad&r.'tom tf, i1tok. ;' ', '. ,'l\\\
I .: SUBSCRIPTION PRtC!. 32.00 A YMR. Seymour Bell the British conunor : Immediate heIR) ) to the pronlrnte Buftnr1n pr, Oeeirabttt 'Ofl\'WI1".H 'k :i*1"''' =,
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: \ ,' --- clal agent in Chicago. the< other after When tlivTrjpaldent Shook'' .. Flnc
\.1 1.1 Entered at the Postofflc* or Went Palm Beach noon attended A meeting of the Lou Vn.1. the I.leutenixnt General' aido the ( ijlW' Mini
r p planters of Onlni. Having larjja L'lzeeitLzene and by TROf'' AL..nEAtE'r'b\. { ; \ : 'I''; : i:
dou chamber of commerce for the .offlcera are" de ,; vwi1; *1
second-cUM ustIcr.r purpose -
u t" Investihents. In American ','A; i.'irfr 'Aiur.iH.i '
Sam, nnd Cried, "I'll.8"ho Yon personal tha / 4R' ,. ( '\,. ,'
of. advising: Its member, bow'to the" Incident A.oall.dt the 'Wild { beet Sugar Imhmtry be views with terminud tbat each and every one TATE EXCIA1GEw. 1 ..,. I ,;, :!.I'tJ.' ) ,:,: 5 '';\Jq
( increase English trade In Aminlca .. : 1 '\ ) "
'RIDAL .JANUARY :14. 19 ; "

3 1:' _- n :- --. .- One Of the first questions S asked .nil Woolly. Day '1SOmp.or. !>!? German alarm whi U the would proposed'bring reductions Cuban. sugar of (duty into of' lheso). lawa,sball. "be. rlgUly, ,. en. "METCALF)) .. .' anti rtir: ' ,': '
II. L. Symomls tnnanglnj$ director : "; .,\ ;,, '
by '!; ;
:;1 i.!- "" coaipotltloit with his own product. forced 10 due notice is hereby .: ;' "I
I of Mordanl & Co., the largest manufacturers i _' : ,If ',
F L "I I
Thoughtful observers ass beginning M*. Oxnard therefore that I "
proposes A6dract"f.'Tj :,
l : !! / :4
of novelties lu Great Diltaln gives. :
i ; to note a resemblance la character between out of the funds received from the duty __._ 4- ., ; .
who wished to know what the United f h r I (t- 'JlY. ." 'II I"" .1
Uoosevelt on a bounty of, say one half u.na'p .
our young President sugar 'I' 'I'1. "
I States does with Its old men: I l'8l1r..1t In Public >''I W and Selling 'I'' S ) "

"This la the most cruelul Question and EmperorVJlllaiu wheit he first ascended I a cent per pound be paid' to the Cubnn. Weapon to Minor, '.i Suburban; Tract ; : : :: '; ,:'< : : 4'r \ '.i" S
tor.all the they produce.Tha
I fronting our manufacturers" ha said the tbL'
"Ev rywher we me loadtlkl with employees Constitution the Ulug'y'VpU'lt' the estimated production of' sugar in ever discharges on Any publln high \ny,.or In 'rove near town Twenty"'acre, Mct.lly.\ ,"s'-. .
ae'.0Ie..1'14.11 .
the 640,000 Jrellll..ehD'.r.mtnj.d' I
Cuba for present year ;
from fifty to.sixty years Itt young ruler, was made manifest a any '1IIIIIIeorp i"tt'd vlllao. -wI'; hit, lir e grape fruit trees M acre iv IT Ii'.potS *-.1'.I ;, ''f": 'I I.
tons. A bounty ot one-half a. cent Q IIl1nlr."I3'1, of ]in "
Uny prenibim,a uy tlroarui., turn Havre MOrUrd vtKt-tublcn, .Ci'I.b.\ ea
I who retard prol'lltr./l.t every step. Iii number of occasions lu ways, thuij,startled pound would call for the dIstributIon wltlirtut thrt Pt'rnisslOn' Irma the attvpunl of In tonmtoon. *anrcs .ofh< 1)(1.4''" ea-4., ';' I". 4.
my opinion. It; would bit l t cheaper to retire the world. Intelligence reached aid < .'IHio closed with Dory:tiettinR,. Newi .WO"t-,. ,' S ;
) > the ) <>cln the lernftu "
/ < itt 'orproix.rtj
of- $iV XvOlK -among /Cuban sugar IIlfe, Hail) houfle, sup]>U4s4 witii'wsmr MnkI eroe\vup r, Y'I: I'
them on half pay and substitute tljo, point where Hliit bud, ceased to planters.1... .5. lhll1b.. punlnhuU, lift mirisotwoni| .S ',plied "ItU.irvlffaiiufK plant,goad 6mbl. ...., )" : ,.';?,:,,.\
youthful energies and ideas. nod 4l1t *,lln wUR0n rcxim; acre IIow ., goateepThoo.ed,. '., ", ',' .'
alxijr U .
: <
diVine dnbllmo bee of this "" '
hu regarded as possessing Any more T1] uty conception -, ,, nlrI\t. [ to chotaent rOfios end.tiier fIowent BlJtj'' ') .
declared that Xuierl- dIIlK.llrty .. \lrofl
Mr. ;
I Symonds ., attributes than any\clI'y1'eltio! and -whTrh. WtonolIoR the Interest of I OaNuULANI) IN 'A1!. QtI J'' \." 5 ", ':;I 1:'
cams in similar en HI-IT did not employ InteVests win ACT P"h'II/'ltln- ilnlf C I"Ir'Sho..ito" /f 5 batsiuprporItclt'flxoo_ _..... ''' 'Ii' 'f" ,1\\.. ,.. .'S
Ir held to bo below Cubit wlth' uQ of Oxnard ; pt r : '--S-- --S S .,
of itnd i royalty was considerably' ..--- ----------- ",' ,
men over forty-five years age any Deer Alllitatar, ,Cntciimie 7 :
; ,
of '
vok thin enthusiastic' plaudits every
r that such men were frequently bui' the aveiage ia' mental; ,Utornr. and that tarl.', S .Water-P.wl i or any'WlhlB'rtI' '(Exc.pt Lakfront FruitUfisfl. 7i"; :, .
; worshiper"
Pellet* to. take menhil poKltlons! II? physical strength Amerlcpu ;-, Craws), Within One 1'11II' the 'Incorpor One Hundred and iwciil* foir (TC.*t Nri.t .'

saW that be knew of Instance whore Tlo youujt klnff.bad.a:different idea Nevertheless rte offer"an hardihood Altenuatlit id ***' Town West"Paint' B."h; f.W.. old pineappi cheap"'IOfld,55oi"Lanana-wfi.h.t-, Twenty! ,-eleal'.uahi; S S .\ 5

a man who had been receiving 915,000; lie thought he ruled by divine light ptan-'hlcu- have tlw Swtlon. Anv rwraott '>.us whostttill comfortable houw ..1.IIleOn tat ls'ntl1.fthe'j, -. .
believe Is economically mopp, sound kill, t'Hpture -.>FAshciot 0 nh.e.. BlllaatOr feonfc Ourued byhoii.re identiwhe'dirHf>>*(uv '
I II ;
a year was now glad to work for $13 a.. aiyl that thepeo If of Germany were to dispose of at .'
a "
Ir week. lils 11\nd ronntltutlonally more justlflablo. ,, CIOt h4hlC.vftter.uwt or1' ainy 'wild bird ("11. .., name,...":.H'._." _.: prt./.
his human cattle lie cnlled soldiers pllii t.FowwiThln *-
than the OxnunI plan. ) ( ne (hue ot tlnvcorprtraMon >' \to.S
SUttSlmmmmmm Charles S. Druramond, director of the men" and told tlieju 4t t t' would bo that limit" of the town ot Un I-----J Fruit Lam! : "*. 5
I British "my Let on-, act t> 'Ht\d, delarlns; West Pnlm : ., ,,$ -. : ;,: -
Electric! Traction
r. : company* tltolr'duty to rise and. i).iurder.fhelr. out\ of any funds .Ivinff. loose_hij the : BearH Daflo (iflOoty) ,Florida' ,' shall be pun Tocre traet i1rw-e','aattablV 1trottJ'UII'' .
I Said: "I am convinced that JZugUind fathers and uiotliors at Jils bidding So treasury there shall forthwith lie.paid,! )/(ttO'lK4' \n CbflVfCtIoii'th-.j0f( l>r fl:e'otvvetllntt ., fruit* or pinwj tol.' XT now la' 'tntlro tract
I on the brink of a commciclal rcvoltitlou. n" Jiuii.lwul 'r5 per IICrt.t t..Mr.I"t4 *
: d.iilMrtiuoor lew;tban 'yo per -
t: t&T'Mr. Otnard the sum ,of, $0,400,000S pIOvS
L wild tim sijcvchea. tthe' fresh ten dollar A rM'' a tract a jpgi>r. ,
worst :
,Young men long ,lepresscil and ; or by Imprlsnnniaiit not wm dlow' <; j.'' ; :i-A'

r .. .dIscouraged are revolting Inspired by young emperor that ,the world existedIn If uecpSsary, COOKTPW could, do tblsl ninety days 001 U.nM. ,thHu'toij' flavTs" ot b) H* '
----- ProptrtIo -
I'' "j,,. Is the many examples of success amoug fear and dread lust SOKIO foolish uctiou aanimlly 'but probably would bo I hwtIi-Oio, flhIdhiutwlsumlcent. ,./o t t40 4lcrelonof < Town ;: : :; : ; : ..: -
TilE EAST COAST REGION now necessary to make It habitual.; Thl1 tho, "
.the 'ol1tb..ot America and the, colonieS should drench b. J1eldlf lu blood. court, "'. o lfotCS# mew ,:"{':'QOi'.uld.ec..,:

showing to the world .what it basin they demand that they be given the But William tamed down gradually, would, provide' for' "him ll1iort.nb'3"1| AN ACT"to ,Amend Sec.l q.'It.o. .the Re> :SueetfPrce11dooo, ,, ''",>'r-S-h .,...- -
and .on ply or nt Iqn8tuftl 'S viand 3lstiijt.. 'Relstlna j. .
I until this ktu -this divinely[ Inspired ;, Traapauos net .
the of climate productive same opportunities at home. now ) efforts 'tostiblI1itb4 Gardens 1.'It.oont.lonse, aaatlraictUa residence( ,,i'rlceJ75 -
: way superb word hlu. jflgnntlc ,Fartnir, eta.Cmlion .
... "They attribute England's apparent being-is careful enough to, asIC -ca$ /*,' ./" '
bept $ugnr' on the basis of a great .. 1. Thnt Swtlon JiSIT oJ the Be. ," ;-,jVacfrtjt -L.
soil md attractions as a place bow tax
Inability to with the Yankees to the United States just It.111 .
cope national[ :industry. Wlllctt and' 01'111f'RtiDiatell .ihsuhi4tpitemaj( o no amended' iilreadBRfollows lots, KMlddHcol. tiktii

I for home-making and hfe-enjojing: the fossilized methods of their elders safe to go ia foicluu, the collection of u the beet sugar production : tlju U317! Whoever takes' sad] Large. and 'tOtAU utla.cft.. :uietc. ( .n.1 I""k.. .
The older men Will be surely forced to debt nguinstrVcblizuela. Euipwor WlllhunliuB law crtrrle ..i rrm any' lon ,tarileo,orchard Lr.I''j__ _
of the 'UnIted States for the year
I The predictions of .the past are. the wall unless they Speedily awake to come to 'hjs senses aitd It if uiun e.wif lemon rove, ofd .trojs, any fern, Commodiou residence, on Call it 100.000 tonshow.
: realized in their fullness today the necessity of proceeding on modern to his credit that tills is true. He bus at 83,892.. In tops. addressed to |>rodiict V'gotabltw l flll.. ',OK Hownra, eorniff careers JlotKl. sad In .! most desirable ueiirlibor**

lines." learned that there are other.people on 1\ prospectus, ('utlnn( ("'oiu" ,-ilie ". or'h-1 a.ny* vinevwrd ", :.uj (H----V, q( -

I Mr. Drummond went on'td- 'state that the earth besides' himself, aha/ the inventors two 3eat'sago Mr, Oxnard\ any it"'iw'rOt' any mpno/'valn\ ulthoiu Ooe of the moot conveniently .r..tllI.d f*
I : on mi estimated output of 350,000 tons Ulet'oinwut of tlui.owner- Del Idences lathe own.' Locntc .' a. choice
the only way Bugliiud could' meet .world has coruq to regard him us a In/.p""nJ residence strert, ''couvenlent to*.''HoltfM' I.churobes I.
; figured out profits of 1,2'11.: be nishe (,
annually pa
> .
I \ \ ; depot andbusui( ntaff4 Ch
America ,vIse and conservative lulcr, althoughhis \ ..el. p
equal terms ,
on was Jha
4 { THE BEST MAP OP FLORIDA, i it has at this time'Is under- out This, of course 1\'lIs'a vl,loiu i( lore months orty
prompt introduction ot labor 'f saving country just the futuca We ran see advantage 'QI".r"d'r by both | $ and ) .
88ur. to' eiamine : 1'lcl l'"prf".n Good
been our pl Investment Popy-'axue hOMne,,
ever machinery and the specialization, ot 'golnff an InduStrUUdeDressloft'agaltist "
flnitqt the 1lH6itlon
In these J'oaentfj expectations ottlieeourj, ,' ,. S
)dlarouutlng well loca .)
PA- no'ulltlollis >..., ldt .
t, was rereived by THE PEOPLK'S work by individual factories.. A member which. proof; for cash ,the attire properly; -w-" --- --_. .:.' '' ,' : '. '.' ,
Hon. B E. McLin ,f the chamber pointed out that Those who recall the erratic conductof ; "'- '
from ,
PElt today ButJdin..11 .oeated fln. deslrabie''ffyy
after receiving the Bum ,nnmed MrOxnnrd. ; DISSOLUTION. ,tp ,
1 that most efficient State official who such reform Would meet with an Initial WlUlani 'the,kearly days, of his .' free froin. tho cur s--ot business NOTICE .' rtn j!- .- ; yS it,*") *i0' ."*'? >. ,\*"> ,
: difficulty In the opposition ot reign cannot fall to be, bnpre led by and '3:100 eacb" ''I
:! occupies tbe chair of Com !ioner the resemblance of bub9Ugh. rider and relieved from Sordid ,a lisle- 1'ho | *irfnorflil ; tie If. ,: .,:,., 'r :4'
trades unions to the Introduction labor ;'t.IoT6 Minting
i( l ties could devote his lift to'tbe study tweet the uiKltmltf n .d ,. I lu Fashionable private boarding'' < .. fflrfl.S -.
Agriculture, at Tallahassee. It is saving devices. He. foresawtrou- president The uiou seem' to'be off the tnttuiil!! """:"*"', 4' '">">'= amiimwiall i IMbed,and two spjendidly lomt and 1Iter
of art tul'e.
shows'all sumo block. When Uoosevelt, made I"UI'""ur the un ,",. And I. fully antliorlwdla Lake Mnd close to postteflka and,
ble ahead and
a sectional map for employers "ol'kmen.London. Our alan Is better than IQtcuard'si \. nil claims uo,1, .aecCuats duo th.UI market, Price' ,$8.,01) \
la :York "dur .
all Special In Chicago Record police commissioner; New West ,,F'laSS ; -S '
lines Riving equal prominence to because 4t keeps the uionex In liccouutiy. ; laJnll. -
Herald. lag the Strong admlnlstratIOI1..b4! < .J. C. S.m", fin. .1\1d.elI : ,
he oxnarti ( ) proporty,
11i. .
> '
gives the clearest outline .of Bounty to suddenly at unexpOctodklaces Jlav'III.9J1leted. I. j ., r. .u..1 most cotumnndinclv1 bested property In
., I turn up opIKMltion'by. this slight 4i>uVeurr eoi' eit..L : & West Palm hOOch view of theLake
\ B.o..'. :: : -
artistic Da1 Wealth.
and is
boundaries as liouru of night with "
.. simply. I at all tho ,. gress would .be.III ,a position*to'redjica) : : ted (Mt ,Blrte front, .yriea*7." ;
"'' of .the- J .
.' Some papers are printing the ; those teeth of his, nud nearly frighten '
well as accurate and complete. or ahiolt4h.the duties oU"CuJ./ suga't. n -a. ;/,; ,
-'. pictures of a rather Interesting baby policemen, to death. When b' entfto \'PTl FORUBIrCATION, Brautlful roldonce,..He, near I..ke root." -
.., ** wl\OH uame 'Is Jol5n Nicholas Itrtfwn In Cuba. he7 sent Bach-SO niKanUae thus uccomiiilolilng our "paitL4at3"lb ) : _f'rice t.S. .
:.. war htliat" Blie' : ) _
Island W .IKI".m.u.T.
"respect to our TII IN"I.
i '. ;... o m.BuILDING ALL' ,,uoIG: ( THELINE' BabyBrownls' esUmate, to be worth to the war department that be bad, to "ward an fn1'nh\-lu': our nardlaftshlp.W .: '. .' ..]". r.. .,"0.1''.. .} I New r.oo.'r..d.' .on be. Y

'. $0,000,000 In his own right ,TJ>o In. be called down .ad uotUl d that ho S ..n"3.l. in tou. near churches_ and schools, foico----------1...
L 14., !' : is the order of t4e day now. terence Is thafthla! much wealth now was not the only .GatlJnfftgXJn} on t'lie j must not .tarve" and crush her. Notice hereby f\-rrn tat kilo following -- \ ,1 .' .

Oueeaoti'ot visit a corner of f town existing Is his. But ofeourso that l la It would be cruel horrible but; starve mtnuxl setoisihse niu ; kopio. Now whea General Miles expresses IniuHRulhutl-, | .i* In i support| ut hl., Three smalt tenement WttnKes.'wrlf local
thrtt he has not seen Jpr a week not true. Ha ha very little existing his apPI' vaJ of what Petty she must artless :a way ,14 found t? .that snl.i l III MJC will be, IHH.le bnfore John II. *awd,corner lot rlc..600. ..
V .
HBtlety Mr, Oxnurdr ,While aduittttngthe Keilly. Cnmmlii.ibner.' at'Weal .' .
homes wealth either In, money or clothes or said of Scliley, Roosevelt files Into apllsslori. ) ,. on Feburncv 1.11 > ,
: jivnclttra ,
without finding new ocoiag up 3(4 igoa .
academIc elegance 'of bis1 Cuban Neat little, home of five room*, porch on -1
food or other products of past labor -. that la...a dexluee for thodeviav.'s Hl, J4mes. O
Hiid foundations for others being Nothliitf EmperorVl: \ bounty plan'-we 1'01'1.1Ie& 'o]), 'Actions 1 hiunlity d o'd ofKeiitiine lL.Lyif for the tbree_ df.t house, plenty of shade l In -
What he has .la >
a collection .of papers liaiu ever did in his palmy days .surpasses d 2llec. yard t n n good neighborhood,
; idid? where a week, previous there certifying that be Is entitled to levy Roosevelt's denunciation of sure to be: raised that mIght fatal 'r.nt81 -t .J .- aT}pt4o a. au4depol.convenient tltntancc Price from, 'churches. "- school. S
The Oxnard bounty plan 'Iq' In very m.a ( ,f 1,200: ,
v\?rn vacaut lots. This is wherein upon the future ,protfuetionis of other MIles The following, taken front the lilonontlnHotis. the- lIowlag'wibneiu'} t4'prov S -
iui "
appeal vupuiianil luiltivutlnnot
superior. We to congressto rld.
I the splendid growth of West Palm people. It other people stopped giving New York F'ress, a Republican news- way auil lund., Ihomsa /wigler of Nnp. Double'ebttage. 14 roomai ton pVlnctpsI rest' -- .

him portions of their eai'nlngs-stopped papetgtyes an account of the Incidentto give it early and candid-examina tune. F'n,- Noah Jon**,, of .Neptuae, Fla., deuce street; rent (or f 38? per year. ,, friu -.' '2'. _
Beach differs from a 'boom. Legithnlite to'hll1l tlon.-New: York Times. F.aul McCurny( ; ofNeptuue, Pla, 'a," '

\ investment and i immediate and exporting except In propoitlonas which- we refer'and which happened. ,,..mb of Neptune Fie. '. ,,. Wiin" _:. .- eg,(. _ _
they Imported from him-he' would at the White House -- ,: N'6t W d..ROBlNSO>Tttgl.ter. Double cottage 14 rooms, corner ot OUote\ -

I tmbxtuntial Improvement, obtains; soon be not much richer than auy other ..tbid ern"ri ; 3vff HandleProsperlty, Kern streets| rents for fM* fft ,OIar. J'rTCe.
Late In tun war* proa- Senator McLaurUi Is sending out a -- $a,3re .
rather than speculation .aud inflated -baby. But at only 2 per cent big fortune ent In ths' Inner -waftlnK room of thv ."- : -5- .. ., -
: statement, prepared'tor his information 4 Will B e Sold *:Sacrifice.scres'of _____
I of $8,000,000, will yield him future ecutlvo offlce ndjolnlnir the president a Double cottage. 14 rooms, located on Olive ,
was nevI
I vj lues. This town's future wealth at the late of $120.000 a prIvate r%m, blOb twenty lIenator" rep- relative to the growth of manufactures street renta for$188 per year. Price$t./I09. ,

"' before so certainly assured ruaentatlVLH and prtvatc-tUllcn..' wuTtluK 1np hIs state. lie feels proudof '124 A No 'I pineapple land _ _
: I year. This Is equal to the labor of some
to *eo the presUlent. by ppolntin( .nt,-whentkinurua the growthor South Carolina from .will be sold at a Special figures 'for CASH for all of thethi'..
I .I III. 200 men at $2 eacb a. day. So BabY Mile entered ned Joined the general hearIaneana" preceding properties to say one wUhinir I. to

: .I.. Brown controls the equivalent of 200 and antmutv<1..converaaUon. A few 1RUO) to' 1000 in' number of establish'Inputs sacrifice Clell clearj; Small, make a good Interest-paying Investment. _
minutes after ..tna arrival of General Vapitair wage earners, cost tl comfortable : '
AMONG SEVERAL valued state dollar houie Lake
two a day slaves: who \voik all on ; _
Mllei tho door from the .executive',* prIvate materla\ value of products, etc, While .. '
: exchanges that come: to our desk, day for him and support themselves by room opened and the prealdent hur frontnge. Owned by a non re del whoIs Track-Farm Lands: .

is edited intelligently working after hours. In consequence rledly came In. Immediately reepectfulhush his figures l may lie highly satisfactoryto ahle'.to.gl e ,it attention For spot Splendid muck land' In of the .
not one more. th'Kulllhed himself and of his newly \ one mot* _
fell the l topmost
over corapariy
I It'la estimated that by the vegetable
time ho 1 la cash this prope'rtywUi! be prosperous growin etllemenl*
more 'forcibly and more fearlessly of his fortune which waited expectant with the cu.* made protectloh1s friends, they am '8crilced'to I lu DadeCounty. Choice, tracts at $, -per S
Ii come age Innten Lot having tomury attention for the chief mniclatrate the first Address acre for casb. Special time
tbe on
Joy to the heartlof or on PSTmenu. -
Florida Record not likely to' bring otlet.
the South
: than pubJiltbed dwindled from S
$0,000.000, will have of the government. Cvery one In the large -
Btftrtlod which laboiers or farmers They show Tropical Reat Estate Bichange, W. I. -5------- -"T* -j I''- t-, -- -.--------* S
force and room wa by the cene .
) : : at Orlando. The Increased to $30,000,000. Thus In twen' ., a
,. Immadlately followed -''. ; that while the number uf wage, earn MelcalfV, Managei Palm Baaed
ty-one :without ; Water-Fro
less :
i logic of.its position on public questions years or workingat Glancing ha.t41y around' him and ers ,bas .Increaufid, 111 per cent 'In ten ..' ", ..
,- all, this extraordinary baby will catching Bight of tienoral allies the president BUILDING' LOTS between Hotel Royal &
are usually uncontrovertible, the total of wages paid has increased -
I have earned some $24.000.000.-PubJlc. walked up to him raplilly and with years ,(for'Sale.S. Poinciana and.Betbesda br-the-Sen, Lak. s '
aud this week we reproduce one of evidences of excltswont tn 1118,whole demoanor. )buj.72 per cent This indicate fronts and and also Lake and Ocean fronts s&J3 ,
? their splendid presentations on ".The A Inloai t>( Artists. Placing himself squarely befor a (iodIne of 20 per cent in money tf Qf S. W.-j W of.Sec. 33 and the S, fet per '.

Crayon artists lu the aged and White haired lieutenant gen. wages and of considerable more lu actual ot tb S..Z. X'of Sec. 34 Tp. 4.S. of Water-Front S
Chicago have Lake
t I Functions of Kail roads. It is on appealed eral of the army ha waved bin .rraq ener- Worth :
to the American Federatioirofiabor Helically and then rained his linger w.._ wages, for it undoubtedly cost ,.,43.,R. One-half undivided intereit '
.( t ties 8th page Of f this pa per and la well to assist then In Ingly under the no e of General Mllea."I more to live In South Carolina. In these aio feet of Xake front adjoining oneof the 5lisadornest -
) forming a union J' B. C: Ry. Improved properties
runs the-
'acr" on
r I i worth perusal by the corporation of' their wlU have yea know," said the president prosperous times for trusts than It,dlJ( 8 through Lake. Can be b u.ht.lf taken atouce.atat -
as they that frtW
say In a loud tol".. "that I will nofc aUow this properf. For further information bargain' figure.
flunkeys of the East Coast, as \6I1 as competition Is driving them Into you to erltlclae txecutlve and departmental In tbe' nnte-McKlnley-Dluglcy lays-ol call S

', the honest and starvation. Thomas I. Kldd line 'bpendeputlze.l acta. I don't cure who you are, I'will 1800. If the protectionist tells'' us that upon pr B. J+couT,'McCoNN' _, ?[loubl frontage t.ak..and Oceani

) by yoemanry wage- not stand It, and you will ,And out that 1 the decline in wages ts due to the Cacltjirtt Pahreach., Fin. t beautiful knoll for building site, bearing
organize the artists under ,
cocoauut and
V earners, the real producers and creators am going to atop this aort of thing" orange lime tree. splendid
the banner of the American federa this more women and children are .' boat house, ela, near valuable Improved '
The dlBtlngulahed,wltnenaei of
of the permanent wealth and now employed has ha' elped his easel:' property, .
:. tion. There are about 2,000 of these reprimand before other persons Furnished. Rooms To Rent -S S '

r ': : prosperity of the State. workers in this city, and. as they work were further astounded by:what followed But this explanation does hot explain, D1U>INO LOTS.-take and Ocean froat.

.d ; by the piece. they tbat the The prealdnnt had grown lushed( and wa for the census statistics nearly, all I! for terms apply to G.. "H. Jenkins or age at tv ap-d Ito per foot S
;. I say competition vlullllv r.Htralnlnir htrntolf frnm n vlril.nt ,
bns-so cut prices that they cannot outburst of wrath only by extreme ef oc ne- thirty states reporteu snow iu< -C-Ai KenneyJofferson blockWest Palm -

) :: make over $10 a week. The solar I fort. Then he turned upon General Miles same tendency. The statistics- Tennessee Beach. ui.tr. Goo Hotel: _

1 TOE ATTITUDE OF THB, COUNTY printers who prepare the work for the again Uplifting Ms arm he ahopta ft'almost weremade pnbilc on Pec. 2t ,_ -., yell located,doing;a nice business, ppie.-,

t, i "r4 Commissioners is peculiar, to say the furlouuly In the general fuce. & and showed tbat, while the number 01 didly equipped with modern conveniences., -
artists organized union ; .
a few "
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'II show you, be said and turned his Furnished Houses to Let. I'ro perous community and facet fruit proi -
'. .t $i!' leasc. They will vote l.OOO aa attorney mouths ago and since then tbey have I back upon him.Meanwhlhe wage earners has increased 34 J>er cent duclng territory the hail. Coast. Write 's .

rained their about i aa The aaaenabled company- slnca 1SOO, ,the total wages paid hoi for terms and particulars/ S '
fees in a f.ike case of County wages $0 a week on We have 'some furnished houses to let -
; ;. i had hold Itself with what composure It Increased only 22 per cent. .
bond contention without "batting an average. could command under the extraordinary Either there is something wrong with for the season at from too to Indian River Property:
Their success bus aroused the artists. clrcumatnncoa, General Mllea himself had coming
r ane." But.when it comes to paying and although there are no onions of stood red faced but respectful, before the our statistics or with our prosperity fdoo( The Tropical Real Melbourne: town lots,bearing orange, S '

i the salary of Flail and Qame that description. In the country. the I condemnation and rebuke of his superior Can It bo.possible that our pr .perltj Estate Exchange for partlcularh. blQck fruit and Umon K"> e. Also a buslnesa Kr.pt ip 4/ ,

S : : Warden who Is trying faithfully tot mea say that what [Is good for the bod i officer gulahed and persona president. who witnessed Th a'.nt7latln thiN un- Is, JIke the hu.ndJqof a.Jog, alt cm on I' frontinaonstreel aud River. '

r enforcement of all carrier will do for the urtlut and they precedented personal repi'Inland of a lieutenant side. and that the side of the Irnsti 'OHIO! COTTAGE. =-.
I'L see to A -
and manufacturers?
favor a trade organization. The aclunl general commanding the army lu protected Good

', ..,;i:';. game laws, they cut his salary down work of organization commenced last I tided public the and detain thoaa"t cf'the whom they. have have ,been con B. W. H.The The Ohio Cottage Is thename InvestmentProperty_ .
scene --
iH ,': from f.13 (:o f5 per montb. And night and Kir. Kldd said be hoped, soon alscuBBlng It ... the sensatIon. or public of ". first class hoarding boose ponI At Miami for a limited time city lots, -

I ". thnt bond deol-lun'b thut an odor- to have a strong union of artists In this life la Washington.The > Stein Subsidy Bald dueled I by Mrs. Nina aDdlsi at Improved uoln.proved. can be bought t.
General Grosvonor'd Crosgrove figures
: city. The new union will adopt a lul el. wander lu that Roosevelt did not l .statement that ranging: from 140- to |tooo..
kettle of flab I Bat that )
,ou. then and "union made" the ship subsidy bill is not so bad at lnnleGibBon. corner of 1'oin- These are baruaiu investment properties S
pictures soon slap the laws'ot the Jleutennntat
: f5OpOO already realized has to be crayon 'gent1I'. the rivers and harbors appropriation &Lreetl. Boardingcan at the price that will buy.them. Ad-
k .; will bo oo the market.-Chicago InterOcean. of the army. Why didn't be? dress Bo Miami
: ; .. pent, and i its much more satisfactory It Is said that neither.Miles nor Dew Is reminiscent of tha 'westerner who be bad by the week' or meal', I 243, !Fla. 7-i -tf .

when convicted of load _ _ _5
I wIlTattend stealing a of at r nionableatee. _
,,' to the Ring to liave their ey the coronation t>f King ,
Chi Jlo.a..Ia.... IlarmoaJons, 'Wood surd that he bad.to do it In "self .
f.i friends'get: it tban to have it I dw8r". They have figuratively I Miami Property tot Sale. '
got After working at cross purposes for ("tonse..r for If..he bad not taken. it -45-' -
Homes f
peaking, been spanked and to at $700, J'Joo $
put ,
J"', + into good roads for the farmers. many years Chicago Journeymen horseshoecs bed.Prlvlloiga. some one ,else wou.M have done so. '!'.3oo, (1,6. "1.0.800, 'Iz City lots Improved and unimproved;. -

c !,l iu And, then, too, it must not be forgotten and their employers have been Has It come to this-that all tbe fine : *2.2. '2,30, 'f. $2.75', 12.0. ranging in. price from $40 to $3,000.

.1' gradually getting together on 'mutters Expanded Ceues to HaPrlrlleg flowery argumeata of the subsidy bunt. : and upwards. on the
%}" that the F. E. C. R'y is losing Tropical Some of these)
I.h properties ,
: .' : : of policy, First a joint picnic wits given I .. ers have been winnowed away and 'RoallBtlte Exchange and moke your are veritable- .i

none of its nether garments to help then' a Joint[ mass meethiff was "rrivllege any country is not for nothing left but tbe poor chaff, ot before prices advanced bargain at the figure that will buy them -

bat road project. And there will be held at which both employers and the many but for the few for the reaon the smaller Iniquity of their schemes Apply quick to Boa 343. Miami, Fla. ,-

;k' ; several 4 cent-per-mile tolls tbat workIngmen congratulated one n no then that prIvilege* JpandetI ceases to ui compared with othef raids on the Pure water i Is essential to good health. '7-. u-tt -

they will miss wben the County is on the harmony existing between be privilege" Is the comment of T. W. treasury New York Evening Post The splendid quality of sterilized water -------- 7 -- ---5 _. -..- uj -

; ,- tbeiu. This harmony has uinde,It possible Davenport the Johnstown Democrat (lnll.). qGood. used In the manufacturer of their :
once providoifwith passable road*- for both sides to work to an advantage on the folly of millions of scat he Lake Worth Ice Factory Insures Ic He* 4-Room Hou.. Cheap.

and that would never do .And then In extending the use of the tercuV formers who think they can, by H.". For Imperlallata. rare product. a" ;. c. ,,

-but that's enough for this time; I union labeL Instead of quarreling over organization and agreements fix the The Ink on the original Declarationof L Hundred Dollars will "o"ut) a. Si

there are points too prick at every i whether the employer's or the union's prices on their products an do the concentrated Independence III said to be fading. "- 4"room college neatly' painted' and .

label shall be used thry are now considering 'and" unscrupulous protected This lej great news for those who have 4 room cottage let. Inquire at once well located. A bargain property: will, i'

turn; and meanwhile tie| banks draw which one will be the romtjeneflclul manufacturers, There is food tot been promoting the Philippine policy of W. I. Metcalf, Manager Tropical PAY 18 per cent on cost,'In rentals, Call" ;. .", -S

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Havvklnsvllle Jubilant' Over Extensionof The New Industries Reported In the; Sensational, Penitentiary Charge. Convicted at Mobile of tfie'\ Murder of

; Albany and Northern. South In a eek. Bring on Spirited ,Debate.. His Brother.'rf' >.Law. NATIVES /

. SUE. .:$$2,000,000, Kawkinsville da., Jan, 18,-UnwIdnavllle Chattanooga, Jan. 'Ht.' -Among: the Jackson Mian. Jan. 21,-'-A spirited Mobllo, Ala., Jan 20.-Charles Mann ,

/ "' il""J: ', F people now foel JutlUant over none inpottant of thd new I Industries debate mingled with no small amount has been convicted In the city court :,\
t ,." ,,/ //1.,' ',." ,\(. .. ,,'It> ,., ,1'island Is the the bright proHpects' of the extension reported by The Tradesman for the of;",t tternesu and factionalism: occurred ot the murder of his brother-in-law, ,War In Batangaa to Be Vig- .,
: ,...L' .i":4tnnm i ,of the and 't{&rtera railway week 18 the following!
/.,.. ..' : 'i', AlDaflj) : ended Jan. are : on the floor of the senate yesterday -
\,\ "I4'(' li,,, Dave Dickson and sentenced to 10 .
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,,11 '1'1 \" : .1"1 from: Cordele to this place. The engineering A $10.000 artificial stone work at Prosecuted. '
,'; f':,' 'J.t.: ,' rt Jnvolv-efl. ',* afternoon over tie charges ot if orously i
Of :
j 'I.r.' ".Of; ':": 't' II' 'J ",li_ corps came into tha city yes- Fitzgerald, 0*.; bottling works at fraud, corruption, mismanagement and years_ Ith!
'.': :I::, <.I lj/' f.;.( fJl\\J, tevuay. having run two linen from hers'to iluntsville, Ala.. i coal\ mining companies Juggling of bookkeeping brought The shooting occurred"1ft Munroe\ j
'tI'ti" ItN-' '=: i i,'PARTY TO SUITV" Cordole Engineer Powers saysthat ,at Bessemer and Eusley Ala.; a against the officers of the Missiaslp'pienltentiary park one Sunday evening .last aunimer MARTIAL LAW TO PREVAIL 1 ,I
: t, ,..: *:,_ I be- when the park crowded with pea-
It Is a fine section country U.OOOOOocompany organized at Nashville Ity the legislative Investigating !. fas \
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' "f"\Ji\J'' :', ..:11" r.' Desctndant. of Robert StafOnps tween here and Cordele and that the to develop coal and timber lands contmKtea. pie. Mann' married Dickwon's sister United State Having! F. .lIed After ,
\ \' I''''': road could be \built with comparatively : In Tennessee; a coffin and casket factory ,Senator George openly charged that aften ten days' courtship and the trouble Two Years' Strife to Subdue Inaurrectlon Ni
I ; :. :,; : Know.n'ls Sea Island Cot- between Mann and Dlcksdn !
fqr of
I !little expense. The completion at Cleveland Tenn.; a cotton Warden Parcuman now occupies the grew
';';:" '\ '" .to"tklrtBrvVhej: ; Married Elizabeth: {the road, graded several year,4lgo, mill at Lawrenceburg, Tenn.; a crate attitude of an accused thief,; that a political out of the alleged Ill-treatment by Ha Determined' I on the En.: !

1'J: ,''t\.1"i\ : ,, Fame/** the 'yjl\lte'$Iave.' front here to Urovanla ;Ja also taluJli of factory at Dyer. Tenn.; a, $10,000 development attempt is being mad to sidetrack Mann of his wife. Mann was chief forcement of the War. L

.. ", t1'N;''' ; : .'" : again., '4( Company: U Oaftney, S. C.j) the charges, and particularly the clerk In.,the' office of the United States ,' failed I. '
Jan. 20.-Having
j 'JNeYort i'; \, '3aa.A 18.iAndrewCarneIrt I Tho town has grown so 'within the a $25,000 electric poweQ plant! contemn, >"; .Adams resolution, whlpl/ demands an local Inspector ot hulls.. Washington, ;
; '1iWJlr jjjaimade' a barty.: to: a suit for last twelve months that although a plated at' Roma, Ga;, (flouring mills; at; Immediate;: suspension of the warden; -, aft r two years' strife, in subduing '

: pr p W ""yafued. '$t .&ooo.ooO, "which number, of new ,dwellings have been, Columbia, B. .C, and Rome Tenn.; 'a that a large amount of lobbying Is In UNCLE SAM'S OFFICE ROBBED, the insurrection\ In Batangas province I

,: "wiU1) ,>iao,Brought1 ae' ost' 'tbWLVE (tfet's I bnH yet tbore is not a vacant dwellIn \ 10,000'; furniture "factory tf Sanford progress to quash the matter and that which lies Just south of Manila and t if
>rother oy hetrs ot Robert Stafford, *: in ,the city and several families IT.iC.; a $30,000 hardware company atStAtesvilte ', the senate owes' It to the people as a Tramp' Believed to Have Committed having satisfied, blmself that lenient ,1:

;,. ';.A, ..:th',8eaj::' $3a4QttQa);' UWsMsaysTbeIT. ; .. Who wanted to. move .here, had to gO' ) N. C.* and two hardware duty of common decency: to take Immediate Burglary at Welford.Oreenvllla. treatment the Insurgents productive I
,",,' "',., '. Wt4L, -" <111\" elSewhere because ,they, could not get companies at Marion, S; .C.', a $10,000 action S. C.. Jan, 1 1.-:Thsf post- of no good results, General J. I I

".r:' 11'1 l' .'/The.: .UI?-:;lit: be; ,t#, secure- ,title itJUwiberlaair <>, :houuea.,! ,' -,+ land company at Couway( S. C.; a- $10 Senator Dulaney took the floor "and' office at Welford, was'entered .Sunday Franklin Bell, the military commander \ I' ,

,,."j';;' ';1 !i Isfaud. \ oft Jho..-(:oast i 1 ,.: r whichiM: !:. Carnegie and ,hill'I 1 REFUSED' 'TO LET HIM SELL a $50,1>00 lumber company at Mobile cleared himself of the charges brought, through the" rear window. The mall the enforcement of tan< war In the, I '
moat vigorous and determined fashion, f.
,slsUrtttlatrhave 'TnadajaTbediatlfulpayK Ala.; lumber companies: at Ashevllle !and! In hla statement. was flatly for'the Tucapau, mills was; /
.. ''I, ,'and\ :) t". ; 8.h:: <>m :. 7he fact Woodstock. People: Decline To Allow' N. (0., and 'Cleveland and Newpop: contradicted: by benator Moore chair- cured'pouch and cut open'aho'rt"dlatance)) Involving form reconcentration In'a modified. ,1.
\ that tbe.' : Mlvs had any '.caIinq' Physician To Go West. .Tenn.i inacbtn* the application of martial law }
ja.ffiD4, ; shops at Chattanooga; man Of the investigation committee, from the postofflce. No"money was se in all directions : 'I,
,to,the rup4(jE( 'waa, discovered by accident Wbodstork:, da., Jan. 21,1 Dr. B. H. a $100,000 manganese mining compa- wno- declared that the committee cured.! r and the unsparing

,< tu jtae! 4ier? on tl\*'}n the.case Roberts appointed a day to sell his ny "!at Montgomery, Ala. ; 'a $200,000 ,'Would amply substantiate all charges Tramps were teen 'in. the -neighborhood pursuit who art and punishment of the natives ,J-I:' 1.\"\,
as. spiel and
: traitors to the
flt.Staff!' orI property, with' th* Intention ot going .
ill 'la: allagtfd that telephony company at Keldsville, N, brought. theprevious afternoon and United States. \ ,
', touAbt' tlni" Jllan J!! I : 1848,, \H: ?l had' $'lOP'.at, that Ume and, couttl, not well' ,afford: to give up the fort. S. C* a $50,000 veneer factory at, Insisted that the rottenness be the work./ ", ., .. at Batangatt reconcentration' 8 last order It' is dated "I., "f''
pee. provldeafor
". -went to th". Island"'ig' raise cotton lathe physician. W.lien tDe day- came they High Point, N. C.,, and a $23,000-yeneer: probed to the bottom, regardless of Officers are- now on trail :of' 'tlie' .robbers the establishment of ( 1 4 ,
_ jjf:WB,'work there hawa refusad to let him se\lllnd'.he\ will ;remain Johnson a zone '
r second'year < factory at City Tenn. wna" may be affected. and the prospects are they will the '"
garrison* into which' the friendly >,
,: married.., HI* wif3, was tell.abetliBdrnaby hore. ,, The debate at! several junctures was be located Greenville. "
near inhabitants) are to be required to come
\\I- tame4 as :t M "WhIte Slave. I SInce the Woodstock Mercantile Cotton A1III for Vyvyoross. quite threatening, there was great confusion ., -

f ,BhA'was e mptpy'd7; a,Qaorgla -planter.ji.ml -I,company' under the management of Waycross. Ga., Jan. ., 20-.Tber': In the lobby and the presiding SCHOONER LOST'AT SEA. under penalty'o of their, confiscation! This and daBtruotlon la- 'J)
.. bet; anottntors! witwhtte., W. W. Doneon, failed and went Into seems to be little d,.ubt' now that" 'officer was compelled several l timesto property It

she had been sold Into slauOry\ and but'1 bankruptcy, the tow ii' has;not been do Waycrosa la to have a cotton milt,', At call the senate 'to order. It was Alice Archer Goes Down : :With Cargo collection aid\ to b,.ot necessary forced contribution to' prevent from the ";"

,action. waa pendingat .the?time ta ing much Dobba &. Haney have Just a meeting of the chamber of com finally decided to make the matter
cire; her freedom: Robert Stafford finished/, large brick storeroom and merce and citizens a temporary ,organ. : the special order. of Wednesday af of Railroad Iron, the Inhabitants 1>y the insurgent The t;

,toll In.l loV*, wlthk her,i.purchased: herfreedom Crowley, Weaver Co. bavjJpeoed- isation, was perfected. ,George',W. ternoon. Fernandlna Fla., Jan. 18.-Arthur military officers are allowed to fix the ; 1 \k4 I
and made her hIlt wife It hi a complete line of general" merchandise been was elected president, -loe. L Olbbs, master1 of the schooner Alice price of necessaries of life, and it Is "

-t4epcendanta ot this woman and and the towu la now regaining Johnson vice( president. John AyLott BODY KEPT> 'FOR WEEI S.. Archer, tab. just arrived''here on board promised that the people may return I

't1;ert fi MJl6rd whIT are-now contending its, trade. secretary and treasurer:'and Hon.LeonA. the schooner John L. Treat. and re .a* soon as peaceful conditions are es ..,'
tablished.'Ala ,
tot the 2000000. Wilson attorney. It Is to be known New York Wjm.n Had Horror of BeIng ports the 10 8of his vessel with a !, '
'R' bert Stafford died.\ |n New London, Former Atlanta Suicides I as the Wayrrosa- Cotton Mill company, Burled Alive. cargo of railroad iron 50 miles south. atHatteias order Is followed by a long circular "' :

_ ,Conn.. about 15 years ago. He left Atlanta Jan. 21.-Paul Kroeber, a to be capitalized at $50,000. .' New York, Jan. 21.-For more than in a heav'y storm. by General Bell to his station (I,
commanders. It begins with the state. J ,
..tour daughters, Mrs!! -Mary- palmer, soldier1 oil the United States army ; two weeks the body of Miss Julia and
The vessel was leaking badly '
':\ 'otLondoi4 and a foimer citizen*of'Atlanta, hung Marshal Good' jnent that the share in the general J! I
\Wife of Dr. Palmer ; Ada.' Make. Haul.. White has remained unburied at the had to be abandon All the crew
_ .. .counteNe of Zlvulkl, of Paris; Mrs., Ma- himself'la' Omaha Sunday night: His.. Washiugton, Oa., Jan. 20.-DePdty home of her parents In the village oiOalnes. were saved. conviction that the Insurrection continues f j"j"I( I
"Bora', Voeburg of New 'York, and: Mrs. body w'a.. not found until last night.. United 'States Marshal Stalnaker madea says 'a' Rochester N. Y., spe because the greater part of the r":' ,
L., Krorbor leaves a wife and five chili big haul Saturday J. L. people, especially the wealthier" ones, ? I
'fr derlclt, P. Engel,-of Lynbrook, night. But. clal to The Journal and Advertiser\ Tourist Shoot H Himself I
,etecu dreiC who are now Jiving in Atlanta onBast ton, a well.to-do white farmer do not really want peace. but. thegreatest ;
sold by U.a and that burial
Her was
_ : H The-'property: $ dying request Miami, Fla., Jan. IS.-Flnlay Gray; V,.4' '
good to the greatest number,
Ltor'of th<4 Stafford 'etitate.; Attorneys georgiA avenue. Kroebbr's last two negroes.'Dave' /Walker and Jesse should not ,take,:place; until It was absolutely I,
r I': made 'a:trip to St. ,Mary; where the request was',In gard"to his trunk, as Heard were arrested for illicit distil certain that she was' dead. a prominent tourist: who was spend. he says, can be best brought about by 'fr
e& "wished it sent to hi,,' family here. ling.and carried to InK the winter In this city, shot himself putting a prompt end to the Insurrec
: deed waa_on file :Thedeed Is clearly: : Augusta for prelImlnary'bearlng. How soon the Interment will occur '
_)f. ;defective they say The Carneglea The only paper tOUI6rlabout him was Sutton is an old offender has not ;yet been announced. Her with a revolver, killing himself In ,, tion. Therefore he directs the application '
,; paid.,. $45,00( for the Island, a Iotewhich read "There being no having been fined several times death took place Jan. 4, and two days stantly. Mr., Gray was la his room of General Order No. 100 In ,
_, Key to lock it. fasten my ,trunk witha for selling whisky in Wilkes superior. later the funeral services ',were held alone at the time of the shooting. He force during the civil' war in the Unit. "tn'

tf THREE MINERS KILLED. rope,and ship'\ .}Jt<< to Atlanta; do.; oourt. 'at. the family residence Friends of left no message informingbis* friendsof ed States, which practically regards ,!
.' .. the for this rash act' Hla and outside
.-- reason ; insurgent. as a guerrilla <
.. the family say the, face of the dead
Premature, Explosion" Dynamite) R.- Lightning 8Hnger "-Contn t. Grocery Store I* Burned woman bear an extremely lifelike ap body was prepared fop,burial and ship. the pale of civilIzed warfare and subject : .','

4 .ult.: Fatally. Atlanta, Jan. 21.-The' telefeiaphers Leesburg, Oa., Jan. 20.-The grocery pearance, notwithstanding the fact ped to Quincy Ind., the former home to the death penalty wherever ,t .
_ : '' :: of the south will hold a" fast sending store of T. A. Holllday, the of Mr. Oray. The body was accompanied such InsurKent'does not engage con. n
Joptln, MoJ::. Jon.'' iJ.- -ln eave-tn ot a merchant at that the family have not permitted I,
I t Atlanta It is by James R. Standt, a friend< tinuously In the, war and observe all : :r
tournament In this
,M. Ada' mlne.'at Caville.\ ; neap here Fob23. place, caught fire yesterday mowing Undertaker In charge to. use any embalming !
:three miners lost thoir, lives, another the desIre ,ot the ,promoters that the at daybreak; and was entirely con. fluid or other preservative. the,.rules of war. It Is provided that .: t I'
I Injured fatally' and several!, others contest be strictly *representative and sumed.. There 'was Insurance"of about' During her life of about 80 years Mils Jacksonville'sRapid Reconstruction.Jacksonville .there 'lIball be lo execution without ,J ,

41'F, .jvaa v.!ere' seriously: hurt. the tournament therefore Is open onlyto n O,,oq the stock.! ,, Q;. groceries. The Whit, often..,expressed, great dread Fla,, Ja.n. .2J..-No city; the approval of the superior officer. ,I, Ii""
U- "r1j, .4tUI.a! ':"; '' '.. ,7' those'south" f'the OhJo'river?' The storehouse was owned by' J, P. Cal- and fear'of being burled alive. in the south can show such\ a remarkable It Is pointed out that there I III no just. 1

John Slmmona, ?. prizes, as,tar 'as decided' upon, will bea laway, also a citizen of Leesburg. The growth as Jacksonville has made cause for exceptional caution or apprehension :;; '
medal' and 150 in cosh, the the fire of last Fifteen In attacking Insurgent Bodies ,' 1 ,
Arthur,Roberts.; .' -. :; gold to building was Insured for $500. The BIQ CREAMERY TRUST. since May. ,
Bruce Westfall" '* ."- .'4 iI." ;1'"( ; winner;, $33 as ,second l>rhl.and. _|15 origin !of the Ore Is unknown. hundred and forty-one permits have wherever found, as excessive caution ",:'. ,tI- 'f
Theaccident :was caused'by a: 'premature to the third best man The judges will Corporation Formed With Capital 'of been Issued for permanent and sub- will do the army Incalculably ,,
explosion Wynamlte, which .be announced later. Strange Death of Negro. ': 18000000. : atantlal buildings and nearly all ot harm. The best defense against the i :. J;

', ". t blocked, the-entrane;...,to the, mine.\ It LaGrange Ga., Jan. 20.An unknown 'IC811aas' City, Jan. 21.-A special to : them are far superior to those destroy Insurgents; he says, Is to assume a j ..
took several botra'.wOrk by the men Wagon 'Ran' Over Him. negro was found dead at tho depot The Journal from Topeka. Kan., says: I ed. On all sides the song of the ham vigorous offensive, to retire in the :

: ,from the adjoining, mines before the Macon, Oa,. Jan ;18.--N. Arthur yesterday morning:, by Night Policeman It was learned here last night that mer Is 'heard and the thousands of presence of the enemy is hazardous ", .

Imprisoned,miners.wertf. :. ,reached. blowers, a 4-year-old boy was run over | H. A. Hall. The negro, It Charles H.: Patti lion and John A. worklngmen Industriously engaged and discouraging. .' .
/. .r<.. .The Adaf&lne' owned, by a Chlcagd !by it. two-horse'wagon. yesterday after seems, was, : .trying to get Into a coal Parks ot the Continental Creamery la the, city's reconstruction. A special Injunction Is laid on the I t ,

;, :.,- syndicate Dr Ouadlng; ofthat noon near the home of his parents on car and death overtook him In. the at company, known as the Kansas Cream commander to hunt down through ; "
: being superintendent. the Columbus road. One leg was brok. have organized Plant Company Wins. loyal spies secret sympathizers. !j :"./
; )ty, : tempt. HI*, head and shoulders were ery Trust, a corpora !
_ ;Jf: ,. 0.;.___. i en and the ,little fellow waa badly on the car, while the remainder of, tion creamery trust to take In' all the Tampat Fla., Jan. 21..-A'deed has f'
;. '!\ i' ": Magnate Morgan's Big Deal. bruised and cut about the bead and his body and lower limbs hung toward large'creameries of the country. t The been produced which may nettle.,,the .SAW BATTLE OF WATERLOO. ."

'> Wew'*York, Jan. 18.-From Liver- face The man who was driving the the ground. neW'corporation Is to be known as ,the fight over the river front property In '

li:" ;. pool comes again the.report that JPlerpont wagon drove hurriedly away after run.nlng'over. National Creamery company and will this city between the county and the Centenarian Roederer Remembers Incident t'

.4 Morgan, has underway a deal, .the boy; without stopping to Foot ,Severed By Engine. have a capital of 18000000. R win Plant Investment company. The deedis Perfectly. ,. ... ,

''''' of vast Importance to the electrical see )how: badly'the boy was Injured, Macon, (tia.. Jan. 20.-H. C. Cunningham be 'chartered 'In New Jersey. Head- from the county to the Plant Investment Quincy, 111., Jan. 20.-Leonard Roe "

: ;;'" ::; \, world. Involving a combined capital! of foreman of ,a switch engine on qrters'will be established in New company transferring that property derer of this city, will next Tuesday '
; ': SO-,000,000. says the London correspondent Cotton Bring. Eight Cents., the Central railroad fell from his ,en. York, with a branch in Chicago. Pat to the latter concern for a con celebrate his 102,birthday. He' 1* one : '

_ ___c (i'"'' ,", of The Tribune. The. Westing Orltfln Da., Jan, 18.-The best grade gine late last night and the trucks of tlaon-"'wtll be vice president and man sideration. It Is believed that this willfully of the very few persona left In t-e '*, : '
____ Blouse Electric Manufacturing company Of cotton brought} 8 cents In.this mar- the engine passed over hla right foot ager'of the concern and will live In settle the matter and, end the witnessed the .conflict on 1.

the Httsburg and Manchester and,, Ifot yesterday, being the highest point I cutting It entirely off. lie was bruised New York. Parks will be manager of fight for the possession of the valuable, world who which ... t ., ...
; of Waterloo. changed "
the General Electric company; 'itr' reached since early in the fall The about the head and body and has been the estern business, with headquarters property. the plain 'I "' '}"
of and humbled the (
which Mk, :Morgan Is the ..controlling'factor result was that more-cotton was sold I sent to the hospital. He will recover. at Chicago. The Continental the map Europe '" '' -i

t, axe, tt Is stated. to be ,amalgamated yesterday than any day during' the Creamery company owns about 400 Rental for Convicts Paid, pride of the "Little Coralcan, Thatwill ,'
,, present The representative > I .Sehley Bags His First Deer. be 87 year ago on June 15 net, !' 1' ,
and to be operated under a season. o creameries, including skimming sta. Tallahassee, Jan. 18.-The Florida .
, ;.community of 'Intercut plan. The com an Atlanta firm of cotton buyers gave Savannah, Jan. 20.-Admiral W. S. tions in Kansas Nebraska, Colorado Naval Store and Commission company, but the event are still fresh' In the '/
? ])any'a branch In France and Germany one planter for over $1,600 for Bchley and party returned this afternoon and Oklahoma. lessees of state convicts has paid Into mind of this centenarian. He was ) :

'W ;Will. according to report. Also pass into a portion of his crop which' has been from St. Catharine Island. 111/') the state treasury $34,920.10 aa first here. as "member General Blucher '"i 4\

4. the hands of one central organisa hold for 8 cents. miles from Savannah where a deer Jim Howard'a Trial. quarter's rental for 923 convicts. The army and has, his discharge pape:$. ,r ",,
!- tion. hunt was had :yesterday and the day Frankfort Ky., Jan. 21.-In the Jim money arising from the hire of state It Is now 58 years since he came .

,cf, ,,. --S- '...."" Iwo Sentenced fop Child Murder. before. The party, bagged 20( deer one Howard trial this morning the character convicts, barring an appropriation of I to this.\ountry from Germany. A few 'I, '
Gamblers Held Up and Robbed.' Chattanooga, Jan. 22!* Dr. J. L. D. of which fell .as a trophy to the gun of James StubbleOeld the com a few thousand dollars Is prorated .years ago. he lost control of the Kn<- X1I :;r rUsb.

Omaha. Jan. 18.TwO'fntnasked Walker, of this city and Milton Lewis, of'Admiral Schjey. monwealth's star witness was attack. among tne counties each May and November language, which he spoke fluently, ,' I', ,
robbers held up a dozen men In a gam. of Sequntchle valley, were convicted ed by the defense. Four witnesses according to the number of and now ,can converse only In Cler- j'f ,'.
: bUns room ovet a saloon at Fourteenth of murder In the circuit court here To Have Paid' Fire OeoartmentWaycros from Clay county testified that Stub- convicts from the respective counties. man. His hair Is as white as snow, f'
*. Oa, :Jan.. 20.-A resolution but otherwise Mr. Roederer exhibits: : ''1 .
and Douglas streets early today and today and sentenced to ten years each blefleld's reputation for truth and veracity --
: secured the cash box and $200 la mol |In tee penitentiary'. It U charged they Introduced by Alderman C. :H. Murphy was very bad, and that he was Fire Sweeps School Away. DO special mark of his extreme aje .

ey from the owners of the place. They conspired and killed a child born to at the last meeting of. the city council known. an immoral man. Miss Mattie Dothan, Ala.. Jan. 20.-The city public 1 .'
were captured! ten minutes later, how. Mr. Lewis at the Wisdom house in provided for a paid fire departmentand Jones of Frankfort was a new school building :at Dothan Ala., STOVE. PLANT_NOW_ IN ASHES. J f I,.

tr', ever, by the police and locked up: They this city in the year 1900. The crime was adopted Jn addition to the witness. She said Howard was at her was" totally destroyed by fire Saturday .
gave the names of F/-auk! Williams and did ,not develop until several years. regular paid ,firemen a resolution provides home the day of the Ooebel murder evening. The alarm was promptly Memphis Factory Valued at $260,000 ;' '

Frank Jones:: The robbery occurred, alter that, time, for three volunteer companies and 'wa* clean shaven. The state sounded and the fire company ,,responded Destroyed By Ffre. (
In the beart.of the city limited to five men each.Ajed' ; cjalnia that .Howard wore a beard that Immediately, btitthe, flames\ Memphis. Jan. 20.-The plant of the "

.. Two Escapes Recaptured day. had made such headway that all efforts H. Wetter Manufacturing company, .
1' Two Miners Asphyxiated. facoma, Wash.. Jan. 21.-A Ledger Macon Citizen Dead. to extinguish the fire proved fu manufacturers of stoves located south .1 { '
18. 'John Warner who bus returned from the Macon, Qa.. Jan. 20,-PatrickO'Hara 4 To ,Us. Canadian Coal. tile. Loss Is 'Insurance 'S,- .
t Victor, Colo., Jan, reported of the oldest ... well a. ,$25,000 of Calhoun street.,was totally destroyed '
,, and Qua Peterson miners'; lost chase after the federal convicts reports one New York, Jan. 21.-The Stockholm 800. by Bra last night, entailing a lost ,
citizens -
their lives In the May B. mine while I I that W. D. Snyder, sent up from one of the most: highly respected correspondent of The' Dall Mall of'$260,000. "' .;.
, "'-?", being lowered In a bucket to the bottom ..f Idaho; James Carroll,an Alaska murderer ot Macon died at the residence report*'that owing to the present high Wreck of the Karelyrt i
'. of a shaft They were' overcome I .and Harry Davis, a Nome larcenist of his daughter Mrs. J.. T. Coffee on price of British coal the administration ,. Tampa- Fla., Jan. 18.-The revenue the amount of $!IIOOOO, largely- dlatrlbuteOT '. ',
by gas. Both men were about ao ."ear.1 I were" recaptured last evening. Oak street, at an early hour 'esterdaymorning. ojf the Swedish, railroads ha. decided cutter :McLean has arrived In. port, among many companies. '

of age and single. Reports from different !! Davis broke away from his captors to experiment with Canadian bringing a considerable portion of the The conflagration wa discovered Ji<

, parts of the district show that I" who fired on him, and! it l is thought Smallpox 'In Elbert County. coal says a Tribune London dispatch. rigging of the schooner Karolyn Kage, about .midnight and the entire fire department J$

, : ,the prevalence of gat la quite general, I Injured him. lIe was not recaptured. Washington 0.... Jan. 20.-News A trial shigmenthas arrived at Ooth- which' has been aground Of Anna Marie responded to the alarm. Th ,' lilJl

.t y oue to change In the atmosphere. reaches'here from Elbert county that enberg. and tt I. understood that a conjl key. The vessel is reported a.. being firemen worked, valiantly to save the ) ,. '(
I, New Dot for Cartersvllle.. smallpox i I. prevalent there. However, ) of cargoes have been sold to the totally wrecked and Unfit for Bar- big plant from total destruction. but 1
Threatened Roosevelt's Life. Cartersvlt1e, Oa., Jan. 21.-Major J. steps are being' takrn to retard th< Norwegian authorities and that negotiations vice of any kind. The crew of the the Dames gained such rapid headway ,' I

:'h ,. Portland, Ore.. Jan. 18.-A special L. 'McCollum superintendent of the spread of the disease In that county are proceeding with" the Russians ve..ell. reported to'have been saved. that their efforts were unavailing.- '

to "'..he Oregonian from Astoria. Ore., !I Western and Atlantic railroad, was 'It l is confined to the negro- popula. and the; Danes. s 'I: ,

: Frank, Bakowskl. a., soldier In here yesterday1 arranging preliminary tion. 'I "Falls Through Elevator Shaft Manner. Fully Identified. ,,t .J.
iays Homicide at Welborn Fla.
the Unite d States army, was today da- 'I details for the erection pf a new passenger .. Birmingham Ala., Jan. SO.-J. J. New Orleans Jan. 20.-Mr. P. O.Iheband jit "
JI1Newl has
& graded at Fort Canby and sentenced to dep t which the road proposes She Carved Her With a Razor. Welborn Fla.. Jan. Downe, 'an employe of Loveman, Joseph i of New York, today fully "' :

.. ten rears' Imprisonment In the military ..',I to build ,In thieCity., : The business of Macon Oft., Jan. 20.-In ,a quarrel reached here of living the about killing 8 of miles one &. Loeb's department store; felt I Identified T., :E. Manners, the prisoner ., .t

'prison on Alcatraz Island CaL the road has Increased at such a rate about her husband Lula Jenkins( a negro Dave Padgett through the firm's elevator shaft from Iin the Jail Gretna. ., as Edward Kern ''It\.\'

4, ]ta\II\!! ...akJ' had threatened to assasatnaU -Ls: to render this action necessary.Extension woman on Saturday, night cut southwest killinare of: here.not The known particulars only that of the third floor to the ground.' While I Jr., his late 'valet, who robbed the The'A.? 'A.. ,
President Roosevelt Mary Ne'l, another n.egro' Th. cut. the he was badly Jarred no bonea were baud mansion in New York' of ItO.OOO '. ,I,. i "
:II Of Road Nears.fnd.; ting was done With a' razor*. TheNeel it wig the outcome of an old neighbor broken and no, permanent Injury won ''of diamonds and Jewelry. The identification :I '. 1
Canary, ,Ulands.ttut 21.-The work of hood, feud that had been existing: for. <
Cyclone Sweep Dublin Oa., Jan. woman's condition 1* serious. done, him. was prompt and complete. ;
I ,', Falmag, CanarY Islands Jail the extension of the Macon Dublin and I- severalyears. -........_ _. i," ,I

,, It.-A. cyclone baa swept, over the Ca. Savannah railroad to Vldalla on the Tattnall's New Courthouse. Don Carlos at Nice. Big Oil Tank at Port Tampa Jack Deegan Dl e. 1 ', ,
,- nary Islands doing much damage to Seaboard Air Line, is coming to a Retdsvllle, Oa., Jan. Itj-The county Nice. Jan. St.-Don Carlos, trw: !Spanish Fort Tampa, Fla, Jan. 21.-Material Savannah, Qa., Jan. 20.Jack Dee-

property and_causing shipwreck. close. Only about B\ miles more of authorities have' let the contract for pretender, by special' permission of 14 beginning to arrive at Port Tampa gan the young man who was shot ', j ,'
,.. '- track remain to be laid and It Is almost building a new ro'irtlaousa for Tatt. the French government has arrived for the construction of the! big tank Dec. 26 by Doo Dortle, a bartender formerly ', '

Sir Bartlett Dies from Operation AehmeaJ certain that regular tralu. will nail county: Here, Tile contract was her. on a visit to his son Don Jaime, for the J. M. Ouffey:! Oil and Petroleum I r living in Augusta, died today 'J

,, t taudon. Jam 1S1 Ellis result b* running' from J>utillu to Savannah awarded Wrought' Jk. Adam,.of lit who is recovering from aa attack of, company. This Immense tank will Dortle burst into tears when tld tb4 /'

:Bartlett died1 thU morning, the 'by this rout by ieb. *O. Vernon,. tyr $32.500 diphtheria. bold 37,600 barrels of oil Peegan wa deal. 4' ,t
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LESSON IV, 'IAS't' \ M.* Uxoeptlonel Talent. Miss i., K. Hiuilrr, Itvernta Street. ,. e e e !1''? H rtlt: <: ,
singing of "Nearer, My God to Deity aoMloim 8' to '
ID u a. m fARtO[itstW.1-4:
,\ E ", memorial service iiioo to rye p, m. : 1 v HKUMt'intoBJ{: )! ,
V'ONAtl1B& ; at a McKInley 1(4teleuea( ..
1 8./1' 'ill ;',- .
: .Pianolessouebysrrsageotent. la-jgtr Aftraetion CQtUIf"tI t 1 Flnnk.towooaWtflrOTMto' -
\\"MJi: ; church at Inwood. ou The.Greatet 1 t'1lqlil'nk.o' ,
\ ))1ft Episcopal !: ?"'" ,1 rs'r
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vtmmvvvvmvvvvvYv'vvBICYCLES Your "
Text 1'ott.C started pO"'I"'Olil"' 11/ ;
Island, t} a girl bas > poor
t ........, ""I. fAty i>.uIHt1i.lJJO'IH< .
IM.mttSfWV the wdy for a European musical. In Palm Beach' ., P4i.Igylig'jkl1' :> I. '
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y'gb'M. .t....... I, Bowker Is her and Mi's.. n KeabilotGnids, .
name oPKOKok,9KoKpkoK! Kao '? ,," ,
s ,, .i lyrlQVtleath;: ? t>' ", \ Sage, Miss Helen Gould, Mrs, *'-- ';" r, "',' :'

''d6'Sf'' .: ;.Ol$3)Xtilwa, $ ).. ; the..bone Lord and Mrs. James R. Keerw ... i Don't forget to att'4d 1 tbe- .. o Want! -< 'i",:\\i4' Jr) 'I .,,.
""irlfieLtlM" liout'when' Wheel kept in Just-class .8 .. : il #I '1'1
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i '(1 jJ,) ,'ifodtal (Matt ixvlt." -4(5( ditioii. When you want to rent!; ':, I( ; r- '. ,, '. "I':<'"'"1i.JIf.." "

P-, : 'tt i .'(J'etet"occasion.and John going. a good,easy-riding Wheei'go: to t t I 'a-le- '.>"',,,, ,.. ,. e" S
thla Whllo 1".5 erI.f Ice' ? 0. ya'
b 'r'' 5. .
:;, Jews continued their EXPORTER 'HonsBBniMvTHOS .; ',11 0'- '
J, "11 ;\\1 ", In Jesus Christ mot : I .'\\ .tJl ',. '

Ii. ,::,A"I'',e 1/.I{A,' that won in tb41 heaven true and on And Get 1 ,,.. : .'," ,,','''. 'NQWdQING' O ,; ATc4R i ,,."!Jr' GRlEfCCbntractor : .' If;.' .

,'" Ills wltnesst'S, : '
"d, ,', they ,, t> ,! Oi ,
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a without Him. A Rambler = SCHIIEBNICK'S: o t ". ,'ti-, ,. .. -
I a!" 4. 5.| A* Peter and "
I oa," lie looked :: x ': .:: ", '-i";

1 .not thing ot in the the durable way of ,, .. I Wheels For Sale. Thouspnds of yards of Or.: .'iand', Butfderl"' I .
See the
J :, ness ot Frov. rill, IS. r. .' gandies, Lawns, Ginghams ",. ..' l7lM"tVtf
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4', T,' expecting: to receive," ii If /, And, General Repair Work cloiie' by an white Goods, Percales; Out .2.. r .Wi' i"J.2.F ,',' ,,\1:." 1'0,II,.

.'''J\: than many believers Expert Repairer i I. \. etc. worth from 10 to Ii prepared ,,ttt,011: \ yo6lsdrdaR I!! :.: I
1gip; ,,.". for they ask and Bar ings, ,. .
'," ., .' heard and talk and about are .urp'l Its Olive Street West Palm, beach ga'in'T'ab'. Ie 25 ets. per yard, all for one .x promptly 'nl,'Iq,'.* ...kNa 1 llk? "

,1\ and so strange. ... price 6 cents yard ., '. v{ manner.: ,J<:..dma.tl..t. 8bed', '5g
.. would bo when we lt
cording to Ps. v, 3; ; \XTckCSfD1JIICK & niEGKL,. Your'Last. 1 onoonst'ri( ttioa', ; wp&of every? ; .o..
VV tJSb Chance to SecureDRX : '
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description: ,
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a people, but Peter and MISS EMMA BOWKKlf.. Palm r ,' 0
; '; to expect from God. ANDCLOTHINGAt
"' lay hold of or be luld become her patronesses., The { ,
"] words: "Cease yo from live In a small rtrane house Beach I : Sacrifice I .PataTiaacbJlorliii 1 1V r
f IslU.. ) .... :Prices. West e :
who worketh" ( ; less than a mile from Far . .I t l: ;
.'))1 great things might be There ace nine In the tam ,
f ",. 'r" 0. "In the ,name of -father la a painter, the brother : Drug: Sale* will: Close* Next Saturday; ,'. ,\ / laoisoRptolaotsplioRlolsottti otia ,,, h

"' S Nazareth rise np and ,,Ice and the mother ,
bold could' not do this \ an wagon ,r t CARL SOHBEBNIOK .
of man, but those who dreBs. assisting In the homes of ...... Store.DEALERS ', "" ,'. .
nor silver can be of the Cetlarhutst col Conductor of Sales.S. D.MGEAUfllDEAIVPALIS : .

k with Him who doeth tried to obtain a 1- '- IN- -- .. SHAVING 'PAHIM.
a here Is something Emma Bowker ;. ,
which can be had ( education In tbo Salvation Ar- ]r oslostosto. KottottotloeoKoeroKottorolgo9to'eo7ao( hotoltoleo7to7to3to Flrnt-olnntr) Tnuaort- work by the,
i Iv, 1 Rev sill 17)). : o > 0 "Old n.tua'det" ,
j ; but found that tho bans drum ac }ilirlwr
have gift of God Toilet It. N SItOP t1 DE1\H'J.'Bx."J'&Lhfl Ywest'1'wlmneaoh
the Articles
was not of much benefit Drugs : ;:k

elder poDBtms, "Have Him. t It Christ gave It up after wearing herself S. G. G. Strohm Company | .

think that I ( returned to jier home and the Fine
to have or Stationery anaDruggist's t
18, niaiRln; t John v, ) choir loft of the Inwood church. N o ; ... n. ,.. 'N'f. 0 :, :
I Bay: "I have" "I give. was while singing there that the C ,
7, 8. "Walking and heard by Dr Edward Octnvlus Sunories.PrescriptionsCaretuliy f. FRMILYG.R0eE'RJES- 1"iOo05.,5,1
: log God." This by a friend of Bishop Potter,. who i e''t
I 't' of who Vomp.undfldEIIBt o. ,,I I
years age declared that she bad a ., ,/

I\t I I \" Well compll miracle might bpd(chapter In the a people Iv, 10 ) 'and voice Lawrence The'. smart took set the of girl Ce-in WEST:! Coast P LY.Ul1Acm.Business. :
r ., Peter took him'by the _______ ____ .... It ,-, .:.l' > 7'' : :

diately strength biB It feet was and : The Medicine We Take. S.: H. RICHMOND Agent o\\J- Grain and Provisions. ..,. 0 FOR 'rE.r.. / :::1'' .
that the lame man 10 called "drugging habit" or o" ,\f: u
hart.Isa.( xxxv, 0)). of prescribing Innumerable PerriBe' < .
ever expect that such for patients l>x\he family doc > Land Company.UI2AI.I .. o .' JEFFERSON DLCK' | Now.la the time to g; ,yohr{ you ;
literal ful ... "
such a has been scored by a prominent
[ one of our great ESTATE.' o og Orange'Stock for Spring Buddfn i
drances.Ve .seem t-4-.im CUTLER FLORIDA,. West Palm Beach Florida.HNNUN@iBMENT 'i -,
states that from personal lel.a.' r'. .f'r' '". ,
God means Just ) -"
;that 0, 10. The people ; he knows that foreigners do net 0 Irt.zeo. OYSroigok09to5tokolso'koisoko7toko7toisokoltoilolso5latsoko .1 year old; $4 per 10.
or swallow one-fourth the aoitciso7to ,
Him and filled .
amazement. So on the of medicine we do, and he Brelsford Bros 2 u$6 tt- .., ., A
they were all practitioners for frequently ,, .oioj.,
(chapter\ II, 7. 12)). an unnecessary quantity of I
',, mnn was so manifest '- Real! Estate and Insurance, ; RIVER VIEW PLANTATION, J j.y

:thnt It could not be ) advlm-s the physician to condenne ......,. Roseland'fla ON {"NIJIAN /'
;f the anthoiltles would PALM. BEACH FLA. 'fs -...|VFHTIE' ,. ,
la and materia incdlcn. < .. :..r
all such doings. A We wish tie public to know that we me.DOW '
vest edition and then .. ,
pocket pre J. \
hose were '"
h nil I the doctors had accordingly. He adds: Notary Public:' Cottages to Rent supplied with a full line of : -

the story In tract form are three doctors In whose LOU SYILLE '' a
tend It told her she glory.'A I have ever bad Implicit Postothice'Building,North olS119D1 lies $
JI'.w'A Yr :
others might think PlumbingSup '
-Dr. Have-to Dr. Diet and Dr.
similar exppilence. ..HASHvfLl .R. R,.'
until for If not '
mny be seen In nil "( l Have-to Ills gives nor a for per the son-no coddling time We ARTSON, "'" We- do Tin and Sheet-Iron Work Rung through trains. to Pensaoola,
11. "The lame
held Peter and John." I ones. and ,Electric wiring.: Mobile and New Orleans' *, ,ToBirmlnghani -

i naturally clung to his Diet takes care of the digestive TAILORINC- Nashville and St. Louis,
crowd ran to see the and sees that they are not j. Agents ,for Defiance Windmills and Towers
ors. There Is so little ed. while Dr. Quiet has cured bun- In All Its Branch.s -, To Louisville, plDoiaoali. *, and .
G, the church today that of" 'headaches and warded off ; t. "-a EVtl.nsvUlerand( to Chicago withoutleaving ,

concerts be drawn etc.by; but let an attack of nervous prostration. '" Call on ,or write UI for estimates Beat; of. references: given 8-2-tf train.' ,. .)*%' .
course, while they are all PRESSING 1
spa *
r that was seen on this For reservations!
,,, .sleeping car <
manifested and the not one pf these physicians CONKLlN & SCRUGGS
rates call address
disgrace!!: the IHiurcb set a broken bone or cure* a case DYEING .AND REPAIRING etc. on or

lab This man's help fever nor would they claim ,.}\' Clematis Aveiiue, .> West Palm Beach ', Fla.. B. H. HOPKINS .
and John, and he clun Christian Scientists to be able to i Shop on Olive St.. West Palm Beach.: .
ll veiers.VIien we but their prescriptions If closely FLORIDA PASSENGER! AGENT:
ly, cometh ,. .e8 West .... "JaaWouvill.lta' 't
"My help can save much worry and ---- Wce. Bay ,
made heaven and a doctor's. bilL BOND & BOND COMPANY '
longer look to the hills ( New Idea in Trunks. -

1, 2, margin, and Jer. ) Fasbloaable. Frowner. (lNCOitI.OHATEI>..)
12. "Why look ye so '
I Rot knowing the In these days of ultra modern- MANUFACTURERS OF
Geo. S. Hacker'fe Son )
gaze with wonder the. subject of wrinkles Is one of .
struments 'by whom Importance alA t plonHud to'work, but beeu evolved. It Is called by the
uses would continue name of "froirner" and con : i LUMBER, LATH''AND SHINGLESFlooring I ,

they must bo careful simply of a rather stiff bit of _
for flpxh shall
glory no
ence (I Cor. I, 20-31)). postage palter about stamp the and eise having and on shape Its Siding and CeilingQ Brick Lime and Cement.IN .
Htrument Is willing!!: to
f, power ceases. a.. similar coating of gum. Espe 8 3 r ri.r'.Fl STOCK: ,
clronin, Joseph said '\ Is It designed as a preventive of .
Mm to Interpret It, wrinkles between the blows or at 9

da. It, and Daniel said corners of the eye., and In, these OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1.1902
wisdom In him more ., after being moistened these '
ON F. E C. RY.
that the God in be pasted whenever one Is about .
secrets, would make

(Gen.1310.xll,"His 1(1; Dan.name 11, ) age the habit In some of "wrinkling.occupation"that At Between Poincetta St. and Lake .Worth.Mulgoba .MANUFACTURERS OP "I

name bath made this fashionable shops of !huge cities "
C The Stallman Dresser '
on the day of ." are now a. regularly on sale Trunk Doors, Sash? ,. .-
I thnt Jesus, whom they any oUter accessories of nut : Represents. u new Idea In truuki. It l Ie'aportnbU 4RAFTED, '"
by God been raised Many, however prefer to make : drex' 'inn" ...!,with drawer InMoacI ol Mangoes : Blinds, MouldingsAND
.. trays; place fur everything from 11 Inn to a BUDDEDLargest .
received Into : ; .
up at home a process simple and In- collar billion,and the bottom I 'I In as accewilbU u > :- -
tells them that the ... It has also l been found the top. C..... no more than Rood box trunk C. .
Inane and Jacob bad who are. Ingenious that It Is best by HhlpprrfC Twecera 'plump; O D.'fo"\Wul;\ | ':: l.tall'II"; : exumhie., ; Colt>ctl<>n of Crotons. in the United State. Palms. Pbyllan :Building, .Material, "

r. Jemis, having raised them circular In shape Instead thue.eto. All t>Qtgr wD. Full| | Line Citrus StOCk CHARLESTON S, C. "
and that the
perfect 1
man who had been as they leqvc less of a trace growaon High; Spruce Pine Land. Address j fff Largest Factory South.
West Spring Street,
to were.the risen We Christ do not which removed.to fashion Heavy them wilting ii Is availa paper T-5-lyr COLUMBUS, OHIO.I JOHN ,B. BEACH. West Palm Beach. Fla. Send for.Price.. ;

hail any faith In all, and a little dissolved gum --
I J oh.if bail, and as the will stick them on' good aud ._ .,

of daughter'l'yre and and Bldon the .-New York Telegram.Dwela.Ur I JHMES 'tifc, H0LLEY r '

brought health to his \Vomcm. Beautiful Building Lots For. Sale..
10, 13; xv 28)), so BUILDER --'
health' to this man. rose frieze In the Ohio room of :Build Houses __- The Lakeview addition to the '

poKHlbllitles. of faith in. Woman's building at the World's "* PlANS AND SrSCtflCAttON* FURNISHKD ON APPLICATION .. Town of Watt Palm Kerch la now )

WP know of the faith was designed and painted by Mine Move Houses.. WEST PALM BEACH FtORIDA opened up and platted, *o that persons -, .
(Mnrk xl, 22-24; Gal ) Pitman of Cincinnati. !Mrs. Can- I-B-r ,
own, yet was made to tle lgos. Mrs. O. R. Lamb. Miss Shop work residence lot, every one covered r
j' and eat continually with a splendid growth of
t III Sam. Iv, 4; Ix, ) La Forgo and the fillssei : G. W. s. BELLCO'ntractor young/
all lame through all of New ]JTpik are well Repairing or tree", can do io at very reasonable

strength ungodly, may women designers, as, Is also figures. ;
11 who, having died for Dorle of .Philadelphia.; Dock Building.Call This splendidly laid-out addition ri

evermore (Horn v', ; ) Cory, the founder of this work and Builder just touth of town oau not. be surpassed '
In the power of the women has detlared before the on or: address r
in location and ,
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t them Jesus and the States senate committee on ed very soon
tilight' by the prophets and labor that practical de- M. J. YARBOROUCHWeht WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAThe first-class streets wilt be graded
that Jesus Christ shall
/ Is one of the best openings for and everything necessary suppliedto
''r store liy the all mouth things of of all labor. "It Is remunerative )',,111I Ileacli. FJiv erection attention.. ami'. repairing f'lANANO\ of Buildings SPECIFICATIONS{ of all descriptions FURNISHED given personal ( make it the most desirable home .' r

oe> urges them to not difficult," she said. "No one ON APPLICATION. All work well and'promptly section on the West Side of Lake
may be blotted out and the ability of women to paint Situations Secured done. Reference given If desired Worth. '

refreshing may come ., and designing' Is not more o t> Retldttfcrcri K ernla Street, near take Front. P. O. Bo.361tr Com early and get. your choice }
again! of the Lord ( If women cnn" understand (btonuluaiuiiriultlnnr.riin. dwr.,t.' ,. r'
St onc for mnloKiw and 'p :lnl eau of lots while prices.are low.
V. lo
and R. ) (
see -'and Its requirements, they Buslnoss 'i'r r
,2(1)( and to every ( : learn to make designs to meet iufSSCY| Nq't.1
Vf. are to give the [ CollegcepI TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE I
but of
requirements course tbe ,
nation the people for I ovlnlll. Ny. Mon'jiMMrf.aia.' "
I gUlb"redct.( ). having artistic", talent nod natural Huuaton. TIM. Co .t'x'ue. fli SUBSCRIBE FOR THE -SUN AGENTS, .
i, bulldVd, that He malt will do better work than one who alohm.ntV." Blrnilr.al"inAI! Ja ti l lla. Hv" Office In
Tropical dun Block
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Steaks '
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)1 t't., ,,>..0"' ',I'I' : Opposite 1leflersonElook( Corner Olive Street and Clematis A-renae it 6-tf' '
hi ;!,, .W1JtfDe.el' iu' tbl country! : one y : > . i>@Xi1CiCi).
'l 1''r;, ;)llaWfeAfedidone! & ,l< of projjreua la- nodal / .

;. :. 'economics.nee has iaoVeupMtlnlly*\!Hl/*onwall?realized achieved aucli|In :, ;: -
I i'th! ;weal,. ";pttrbaps you liuvo.obHeryodcooperatlvo ; ': .. '

," "IP NAtbiIN'"Attemhtg'' ,1:.' \ bouso-'\ ) I".y'; :
< r1'v I' vvi);-'mndu( 'II UlQng other : '
if -places'td; Boston'and! 'Ju Chicago, but ,
,r ; Itirenlal'ued: tor'tix' jbttfrlxvorklug and ; C: C. tVTTBELt, 3Ianagel-. '
C+ Miouaejvox'llng: .voincn of a lUtle far1' \ !
'.ittyayTivt'stMn: totyu.to nhoweastern\ latte \ ; Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker. '
1, t!, : ,< > how ''K'prucw caw' co-operrtto: In tile ,

'\" "..rr...r1'mllte, ,ofdomcetlc labor and, what! \ Iswortii .
v Sar,more, eau keep. it up. "ho I } .MARINE RAILWAYSand
.', ,,1bt)u ek!k'p r"''who lanve given us thin (,
yttluubla IOSBOH'J ore h, fowludloa/ living Boat
s ftt.provo, Jij'the Mormon tate of tJtab. I Shops. west side of Lake,
tl'i ,
;. W! truth, 1C 'Was from the.. exnmpltf. o* ; at MANGONIA.
;the Morniorj lilcnit'c-lly that\
: flip I'rova '
';1 I W6men J Il!npMe4tHopuratl> SuM. Young Gates; who tell In the, Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the' Summer. .,

,ot/merlcan.ltrluu the | Mtiannlur tliq, story : ?: l la' t... All' Work Done With Neatness .and Dispatch.
united domestic putci-prlno.! : .
.rot Us note to begirt; ,tbnt each: ,woynnn # BlA SKIFFS, A SPECIALTY. io--tt If ,
,.I(( ; did her'own hotwowork'\ with hot J; ;' ......
Ttjund of bread kneading and general\ ;. -
cooking, o( clothes wushtntr and IroirIng -
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scrubbing and swecpliiThey\ ) iJ I ,rt-.% '
nil :> ;
welts of them'excellent oooka! ?,$U1S
Susn, which we cnn tveir believe, see. JONES.MINNICK i
}Jug bow niucU practice! \ 'they "had. One \ ;
'' { of them tint! sixteen'of ft family, none' .... .,
of them I lees than six. There 'Is some-
thing-la: rtlio 'position, of. these Woihetf = 4 Building: Contractors.
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and their brave co-operative expert ,
'!y fl.,.agent which touches peculiarly the I
r.r.: '!,,,'>*iie and ympnthles.) They did not L5 Only the Best' of'Mechanics
become! tired of the enterprise and ( ( !
throw It over because, one nnd all ::'e :: : .SO hn .

they; \ bad their noses, tp the 1 grindstonetKu / ) 1 tbe, e Employed on Our ContractsWEST '
many; ,years.! that the knew nothing / ,
else than to go on \day by dny. e .
,S ,r ,First they thought! !If they could get PALM mUCH FLORIDA f. '
;rId",of the heavy bread and pastry c 12-ao-ttPEANKLYN :.
Yl ', ,./faking it would be a greatgiiln, ; They \ .A
f 'jronolyed to start a bakery. How poor : -
;they; 'were Is shown by the fact that \ : _
they-calculated to the halfand quarter +
cent hoar riinch bread would coat per SHEEN, ClvU Engineering and Surveying J. R. HIGHTOWER r
3)01111(3.) ( 8un'/ tells/ us that -not ono of ? locating and B.llqi>tliiff Timber(both Pine .
: !them bad over ?30 a mouth,,for all exipeuBas. CyprtM) Selecting end O"dIDI018DIO' 'Sheen h & h.and
and some of them not mart { and Vegetable. Laud a Specialty,, Hightower!
t / ,
My carried all pedal
profeMlon bai mf over A ,
than ,
e $30 The next step they took att. I e/
of the southern penlnaula of Florida, and by I "
S ___"_. -. I personal observation I find great opportunities REAL ESTATE
/, I for profitable Investment In Timber, Orange .' '/
S t ,.... I. >> ; and Vegetable lands,especially In the wild and r .
unsettled part.*,when the land Is mostly owned Lands for sale in all parts r..fSoutbera S
by large corporations, who have never ,liad the '
.. Florida Improved anilunimproved. ,
tA t : laud' graded according: to quality' but all priced ,
) .: the "01". Write for particulars.t !, ,
'f' 'Jill I K Box,fltS-i West Palm Bunch, Florida PALM! BEACH and L A Ii M -
; .j* rir ', : WORTH properties including ',I. a
some of the nicest water-front; Town property.We .
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> : :;:: ) ; | carry a large Hat of the moat desirable cottages in town, for
+ rrE d'r! sale, furnished and unfurnished. '' '
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J cI Orange. Pineapple and Vegetable Lands, in ": ,

1 ( I L t 'J C)i Call' and Quantities examine our list.,to suit Purchaser. : .:' q i s

I :I J( JEFFERSON l It.ft.1fr BUILDING West Palm Beach, FidEast '

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HOW THEY ItKAOHED THE HEX.rfrflocldliig O i"

\" 'ou the bakery shows how ,1
r, Urewd. they were They prepared. 2S Coast RestaurantJ'
'glue -supijur and Invited all the melt In1!' : I :

the vlllatfs to partake of It, the men ,
w : / '
being;/ tbe IndlyliMola who would have :
I 0 Seminole Hotel Building, Opposite Freight Depot I "
to fuvuUil the money. They knew how ) ; : 1 t.
"n > to rench!DIMI; those( women ; "y < CulsllJ .S r\llce, and Cleanliness unsurpassed. Western Meals, Pure ,}{
I' ,After several. of these appetizing cooperative 'J Cow's Milk Dairy Butter and Distilled Water used! exclusively. : '
what wonder ; c-
I Slippers money !
enough was 'In bund to found the babe 0 1 Regular Meals 35c. Board by_the Week. Meals! to, Order ': :, f,

ryl It cost $115 all told} and'has been rqA J ; TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIES. : f
satisfactory the bread being: "better a : 1rr 1
rib good dsal tbaa. American- baker's ".i[ '
v 1 I 0 OPEN EVENINGS : t' :
f bread."" It Is sold for 2V4 cents n ,5 ddNN-m efldddddoddaNVdddedd. .dl................, ... I I
i3 pound. Besides bread 'the bakery fur r"
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nishes 'excellent buns, ,and here agAin ''
out the American of It, "plG' anddougbnut i ; ': ,_
crops o .okO HOTELeer Sploixlldly situated lacing Lake Worth, oppositeHotel .'ls'
1' Good old pie and doughnuts / :Royal Polnclnna. ? rt1 '
delicious, Inviting, likewise -= : Enlarged, Improved and EquippedKith' ; up-to. ''i
healthful nothing more so when Jou, The PALMS date ooaveensten2ce.. I) 'Ku '
are made .rjtbtl:' Long may you :wave, $2.50, $3,00 per,day. J \
J old friends, ns- Ions"as this republic. For special weekly rates address ". .t' I 1
;and may that l>o forever! When' the \ / \,""' eiN$, nun Beach, Fla. ;rap "'I'll. Palma," West Palm Beach, Fla. I
American people reject you and place !
Uu your stead ''foreign cookery they : .....". .
vlll be willing to accept also a king or '4JAMAAAAAAAAAAAA*AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfc.AAAAAAA .
an emperor. I *. .- '-' .
Well theta,the Provo women had got i W. DROAOWELU M. D., Ptysli-lan and Surgeon ,,
rid of the baking at homo. Susa says < < W. JIEIJI. 11<>,'.ter t1l'hRflDa.lllt.olllcel la Dra Bton.
s. tb'9 "cheerfully helped ,thorn with t t \, t
IK4'; the figuring of calculating cost per ''
c.bX cent etce.and otherwise gave backingto COTTA t' E CITY t :
their enterprise. No wonder after /
I / "M' : JSHMm nUOAD\VELL =
those supperst These were promise of : IIJ;l. t i
id good things to come. Next tbe aching, Jgngpnletaraaw..rr I '
tiring, back .breaking! laundry work ill
t ,,;' was to be put out of each home. This; is .
t i, was a' harder problem to handle, 'but v'ilY1UrLd1' :and C1LImteak j1
tbe*women who knew only to keep at in Reliable 1Il ; .:
; work all the time solved It. neighbor .
who !bad a cane crushing mill operated : -_- ',' '
by water power gladly agreed to con PULL LINE 0.- :: Geod' *'
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duct the machine laundry The ladles Perfumes, ; ."
l held more meetings subscribed for Cigars, and
stock lit shares of $5 and $10 and this Toilet Articles, '
task was Undertaken. Now oil the '..".0 b,BOCO..
famllle of the brave co-operators have I and. Stationery.. i
the washing: and Ironing; done perfect. '
,t ly at the molasses( man's mill for (I to i-itr PALMs :BLOCK WEST PALM BEACH, 'S'4r '

cents a pound YYYYYYYYY9 .Y"' "ft1"""f"f.f.yyyyyyyYYyyyy'r w
On. ot the experiments that failed In -.,i.-. a r'ttp
55 ;was' a co-operative) dining room, tneata I
15$ cent American folk-outside of r '
New Tortthat l.-do I not .like to eat CITY MEAT MARKET

through away from Inteillifuiit-home. ;But sisterly these milting women > / Florida and Western Mints, Poultry Game alitl4,,, -'tc.\ ,. .. ,' K

have succeeded li) gfttjns& !the drudgeryof Mail' Orders Receive Careful. '' Attention .. .:...t !,
baking and washing and l' !Ironing out : '''. '.
of ilK'tr\ bomes. I call that a noble to < 14:. A I I...19" Jefferson Block, WlpST P ALMBBA01L', : :'
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,: .: ;,;' ) CURRENT COMDR t rt1l altteaa w precti MY e The .ntoty that H. M. Klagler; is put-
', the to Htiirt the new daily -- H
ling up money '
: ,, 1 :.t l iI.eJJ.Lratlollaore Ocala Banner 19 most probably only a Leaf Ont ot the IlUtorr of ttOrfmt > TROPICAL .
:, What Our Brothers: of the Tripod clearly fined.. Without the pro- sinister add unfriendly guess. Biliior, IVorilkttFn' Rtrilcu.Jaittea ;,
14'W'' .!!)If a the highways they are Harris is In the habit of running a dully J, Ulll 18 a big man In financial
?, Pencil, Shears B2lBa9tNSottEHave 1 N."' ,(tL o uperlnterul them for tbe0)jq' paper in Ocala but had' to quit it for awhile circles nnd Is considered by tea :I
\ 1.... :tti: are authorized to corn.4liUM1jjtves on account of dull times. He hasjust ,
i "" !J 1.1! F JtG; \ by levying upon all concluded to trig buck on his last public generally as almost Invulner t
who ufce the road a toll or tax-passenger swear-ofl. They all do it in the face of able, but the New York Oouunerclal ,Real Estate
;; a..uo"5.rll.N"ofs.-----! )! ,. nnif freight rates. But this tax temptation. The dally' paper habit IB gives an lutei'eutluff! account of a ,.Ulilomalt *- Exehang ::
> -- -- --- must be fixed, reasonable, certain and the worst ever. The Old Man of tHeSeawasn't ,tilt between Mr. till and 13u- ,

r;:,.. I' The FuncU\rorifaf(\ a'at ld t .d1tfuW:4 a circumstance Compared to it. gene'V.Delis nt the time when the bitter ,> '- '.' ot.:'fe if Ilt, I'I' ;
How often have railway corporations Tninpa Herald. \
.fvlgdrVlah .fL'J. :T Elrlra. Tcr departed far from this high and indisputably n ______ walt at the head of tbe then flourlsli-\ W. I. ; 111''' '", 1'Jj"'f ,{
lWlfi\'b\ ot ibleba'8{ '' A'MJ1afal\! ,} { 1Ja correct conception of their duties lug American Railway union. M :
!!! ",,1'11'\1\ b lr'i'r' G rUl.t,! t The servants and officials of the The Tanipn Herald wisely suggests Tliore Was< a strike on the Great 1nage')1',

t t5, ;": :, _{fi'I_?_"' !t111_ ffr'J"W: _" \ ''ittcirsuer state have,practised they have extortiou plotted against on those 1tbey; who developments that tile government of the better Marconi await-telegraph further Northern railway, of which :Mr. HID ": "' /)"

i -V&'<> ywad-as-. \ vale propel, created them; the agents of the public, system before! buying the telegrapb lines was prenldeut! and one labor union -- ', ,{" .
: IN.ItT'1"fI1t\lI! \! they misled public they have used their offices to injure the and giving two per cent government after another kept going out, thus ty ,' '. ; ,' .
opiman Thai Uie late Jere S.:I Black, the public, and as a mean of speculation to bond.In payment therefor. If tbe Mar ing up trains, closing construction and t. ,'" i ;0," "
.i 1 eminent Pt'' j-fWtll'ff1"1'', found it advancement private interests. coul system Is a success, and the indications repair elio. 'a, piling up. freight; at numerous Certified Abstracts of TitJtUf .' '"
,I -" necessary Jo "jji/it I |11.t'(ore the judiciary : They have not always kept their rates are that it will be, the telegraph points and aliuoRt. paralyzing \ !ItllieUe :' :
.- committed'of.&.oats of state, to fixed, reasonable, uniform( or certain. companion now using wires for: lra s. trade and general business all along ,' ; ,
; .' remind: the law makers of the nature of I They have used their public powers to mission of messages will have to go out ,, ,. ,,''.'\.,. ,, .,. :" "," .;' '!' {",." "r'' .,.,,, .
.: the relation between railway corpora. 'assist some citizens: and ruin others. of business. The fac(..lhat they are now the lines and 1 In the tributary territyrytThe 'A 1\, .;'\ "' ", '"I.\!(", ', ,,.J'(.;'' ,(,' .
';''. lions ruul llie state And the very railway official who uses willing to sell to the government in an boards. of trade In Minneapolisand ., .. --'------+ ': ,': .,II' :' :r' r"t : '11; :'.::: :.,
'ftyjl.ruie people," said Mr. Black, his public position to promote his private Indication that Marconi's wireless sy' I, ( St. Paulnppoluted conference (Oomuilttoes ,, 1"; '
I, *'n ve rljjhtu of property, AS well as the i Interests scoffs and contemns the. tent will supercede the Mor?tosystew. to work for a settlement, and ;" <;\?/: ':,,11(;: /:-. .
J.oil!:' corporation!*, and ours are-or ought to corrupt city official, who floes no more -- these were clothed with power nearly; Desirable Investment TractSsfV'::' .h.' : '''u 'r'rfiruckFarming'Lands' ,
r J t'!' be-us sacred: as theirs. Between the I than he.-Orlondo Daily Record.. approaching those of all arbitrator. ; "|f' : r.
'r great domain which we have ceded totem ---- As a matter of fact, this paper has They were to sit an a sort oL: court and .. ,. ., ., >... ', ., \
and that which belongs to us, the Ocala Capital Parallels ( atdweU. never entertained the "idea that ex Senntor -, hear both aides, UIH appeared for the ) "i : ""'r.. i'I.,) '
t' line i Is plainly 'anc: distinctly marked, Call Is still idolized by the people.11It ': '
j< and if they cross it for purposes of That circumstances alter cases Is Indicated has)simply pointed out the fact that railroad Interests, and the strikers ; ". : ,
plunder, they should be driven back by the following} twin paragraphsfrom he iff much stronger with some of the wore repreaented by Eugene V. Debs, : .
under the lash of the law." Mr. Black John Caldwells's Jasper News. people than some other people imagine. the then labor loader The locomotive "
then proceeded to lay down some of the Here is the first: And if the Jacksonville paper for a engineers on the Hill Une!' were still at ; Pill appl
fundamental facto of the relations existing Billy Lamar has mounted his famous moment flatters\ itself that, any man can work, with! every prospect of keepingout Properties.West .
I between the state and the rail 96,000 law suit against the P. C. & P. he 'permanently retired" by the party of the strike entirely, gild this help. .. 1
wav. Ry., and is endeavoring to win the con. lenders, without the consent of the party ed materially to strengthen Hill's '
I ; ), : lu the first place, the .railway com gressioual race with that old wind followers, it should lose no time in calling with .
hltn. the
hands and to nerve
;I M'!? V party does not actually own the thor'ou broken steed. Go it, Bro. Lamar, you to mind tbe futile attempt made to give Palm Beach :..
I which be faced the situation. Lots
o : /(bfare It uses It belongs to the state, have our best wishes -, "permanently retire" Mr. Call upon the \
'' i which, under the power\ of the eminent Tile second, however is, as the hero above term in the Year of Oar Lord lie was grave, stubborn, unyielding, .
t 'j i domain, takes it away front the private! inea of shop girl-end shopworn-romance 189,.-Ocalu' Capital. after he. had stated his case briefly but "" .
f H I citizen, the country farm and the city say, 'couched in anotber vein:" clearly and; forcibly, and then be listen.
; lot, often to the injury of the citizen, The long-contiued-'case'of the State 011 -- ,I ed with marked patience to all of Debs' Vacant and Improved.? .*' :
and turns It over to the railway company Florida against the I?. C. & P. Railroad When, the Honorable Stephen M. arguments. '"J _
i ; that it may build a railway thereon Company to compel the payment of .Sparkninn and Mr. W. K. Zewadskl .; /'! guess," said the railway magnate, v '.V ? t
ir. t'; and operate it fur the use and ben. $96,000, back taxes due the States, is of Ocala, breakfasted together in the had down, l
Debs sat
efit of the people % ended at last The United States Supreme city of Washington they must have had as he arose Beautiful River-Front Properties "f'
'. The railway corporations are public Court, to which tribunal the case some pretty good grub.\ If it had been "I guess, Mr. Debs, ;you have. playedyour on
i agents. They have no more proprietary was appealed decided last Monday in I, dinner we would suppose they had something last card, haven't you?"
r right of tithe to the public domain they favor of the State, and the railroad will out of a bottle besides catsup, and "No," returned Dubs) quietly, "I thinkI Indian River Lake' '
use than county commissioner have to have to pay up, principal and costs. that would have accounted for the remarkable can play another If necessary." Worth \, ,
the wagon roads they build. Thin principal The case has been one of the most per- conversation related by Mr. "Do. you wean," demanded Hill .rather _
I is the legal basis of tbe practice of severingly prosecuted and stubborn I I I 2-to the Tampa Tribune. However, fiercely "that you can call out tbe and Bay Biscayne. ,.,_. ; 'i
Issuing public bonds or appropriating resisted of any in the history I, the Hon. S. M. S-.dentes the story and engineers" :
public to assist the litigation. It has been on the docket 1', disbelieve him. !
I i. moneys building of we have no reason to
It, '.. railroads for years and years, tried, re-tried and ': Mr, z- (of Ocala) wants to step Into "Tea, I can call them out In five min Splendidly Equipped Hotel well
If", .. Tae Supreme Court of the United appealed. We have olten guyed Attor the brogans now so fully filled by lIon utes If I want to.'r .
1 States has affirmed it In scores of cases. ney-General Lamar about this case, but S. M. Sand in view of the quid pro 'Humph muttered the magnate, "1
'( After reviewing: the contentions of the "he laughs best who laughs last," end I quo Is writing to help stone that other doubt It But suppose you can? Let located open the(; around '
railway corporations that they owed no Mr. Lamar now has bis inning. Of Stephen (Mallory) plum out of the Sen, me remind you that rathoad companieshave year :: ; ,
responsibility to the tate, more than course, he is glad, and we are glad with atonal boots and help our Stephen' into before now won out against strikers ,
1 individuals engaged In private business, him. __ tbe same.; But our Stephen says that even when their locomotive ''engi and doing a paying business :, '
Judge; Black laid down Home legal opin. Harris" Mr. Z-(of Ocala) is unfuinigated neers have quit work." ,' ;
t I ions that are nut less than startling in Consistency. liar, wuo. in turn;nays that the Tribune retorted \
"I know what mean,
t:' these days when the railways have The acrtpural reasons (for divource) is a great biff liar, and the Tribune re ; you
f' obtained in practice so much more than are reasons antedating torts that Mr. Zof Ocala) Is more Debs spiritedly now, "You .refer", to the
they are entitled to in legal theory. There are no scriptural sorts of a liar than a boise can trot Burlington. Let me tell you something, e'Wtn .
"I aver," he said, "that a man or a granting divorce after marrlale.// around In a whole day- while Frank Mr. Ulll-and you mark every word. I \ v "' :
co.porationappointed to do a duty bial knot has been tierl.- Harris gleefully pats bis stomach and lO.yl! The Burlington had a surplus of ( for.what you want, (enclosing) stamp.) ."! ilr '
must perform it with- an eye single to Then, how dare yon advocate says "Ha, ha, ha I". Altogether it is a $SOOOOOO with which to fight Its strikers --
tbe public interest. If he perverts his other reasons for it?-Puma Gorda any lovely .situation with Mr. Zof( Ocala) engineers and all, aud they made Send us a description of any desirable property'you have tori'
Hiithortly to purposes of private gain, be hiding around the gaulberry thicketsand
It spend every dollar of that war I ..
isulltv/ of corruption, and all who aid the other Stephen (of PenSAcola) i'I
fund before surrendered. Youhaven't
and abet him. are his accomplices in "The business transacted at the meet. feeling frisky as a spring lamb in clover they ,
crime ings (of the Southern Express company, knee deep.-Clear Water Frees. got any $8,000,000 surplus- I
"A railroad corporation is a part of) held Wednesday) was of the routrue haven't ally; war fvnd at all. There's
"+ _-. the civil government. as much as a city nature, it was announced. The earnings one difference, )Ir. mil. Now then, The
corporation The. officers of the former, of the company allowed up well, Furnished Houses to Let. there Is hardly an executive official of PhoenixlNtroaeoF' ApplianceOwners ,1 y
I as much as the latter, are agents! and hut therewas no statement given out, the Burlington who remains In the com +?
trustees of the public, aid the public Ibis not being the custom of the com- We ba ve'aOble furnished }.ow..i. U Jej. pany's service today Did you ever '.
has an interest precisely similar in the .. tA.TJJ!: )) :
The Southernxpress r.
paoy says dispatch think o"f thaC: JI' t1HUIUtNow! It .
fidelity of both. Why, then, should for the coming season it from $.io:> tp
partiality company carefully conceals its
or extortion, b condemned as profits on fruit shipments for a very ob-J $600 each. Address The Tropical Real might transpire, It you still prolongthis ''t'
criminal in the one, if it be tolerated as vious reason. Estate Exchange for particulars. fight and thus waste your!! corn-. ,and! Sole Mannlaciarers Of : 'i ,,., .
pony's resources and destroy Its business ; .
Vl ----- that even you and your!! co-omclals \\ .. ... '
i won't be In the company's service after 1 "
YYYTTTYYYYYYTYYVYYTTTTTTYTYYTYYVTTTVTYT.TTVVVTTYYTVTTYTTTY I the smoke of the bottle clears away. The Phoenix Dry Compound Tire Extinguished:: -: '

.." i Stockholders and bondholders have away .. ", '

t of firing out railroad offlclals who .' Patented April i5tb, 180O.". ): ': .
*. ; I, get Into trouble with their men and t .,... ...:'. .. ..'..:.,
throwaway the company's money. I ." '\ "II fI''
thank you, Mr. Hill, for suggesting the \ ', '
Burlington's case. Now, to b'unlnesst 't' ,i ': ,
'IE '" : What points win. you ;yield?' And :
ai Debs began reading the formal de.: .

t t e K1' .3' mands!veuess.of llllfs men with great Impress 'A. G. BAIN Agent'Office

,; E y The hearing was rather abruptly adjourned ,
and within a week the strikersgot .
i i 1 eo about everything they; had asked in Schmid Bloclc \ ,

.' : =... from Hill, and the strike was declared .

Vii b Ica 1 1y oft. .
: H1\T' r Union Labor cad the Fair West Palm Beach Florid
The Central Trades and Labor union l.in-tr

of St Louis has unanimously adopted I
3 and presented to. ex-Governor D. It.
Francis, president of the Louisiana

: '; : .STANDARD OF THE WORLD .___1 Purchase propositions' exposition: the fallowing AI rt Kaufmann The Photographer ('

First-Tbe world's fair buildings
Studio 5c h 1 d Block
Stiff Hats = shall be built by union labor. m Upstairs

I : "Dakota" Black Hats ', Second.-All material used shall be i-8-tr WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.
C the product of union labor.
s -
,. I : E K nox Columbia Black Hats $$5 00 Third.-All\ printed matter of .theW011d's .

I I. : "Columbia."_ Cedar Hats 3 union label.b'ourth.All fair. company shall bear the Smut Ifoiiitt !FixctoryOta.OlT)WeatUttySt.'

E : "Oolumbia"SideNutriaHats privileges and concessions dawn of MANON'SJELUY Oiilce and Hal(11for

3 shall billet under. provision that, lUanou' room. 413 W. Huy
I union labor shall be employed by the Ouavn II St Jacksonville.
I I ; Golf Black Hats 0 person receiving them. Jelly ii CANDY Branch 8torM and Agen-
1'E E Fifth.-A board .of arbitration! to be rlra' In.all Towni on Kant
i : flAy Golf Pearl Hats. osat.
K 0 $$5 003 composed of three members of the Central -
: Alpine Pearl Hats Trades and Labor union and three
members of the world's felt company,

:! Alpine Black Hats. I. : : Shall questions be appointed which may to adjust arise during any labor the Lumber and Building Material

)," E Knox Crush Black $2, Knox Crush Brown; construction Mr. Francis of Is tho quoted world's a* saying fair. that ,. Everything In. the Building. LinG. ;

1.-1.$2: Knox he considered some of the requests of Lime Sash
Second .' Nails
: Quality in all -- tho labor men "rather exacting." 1
.. + -
f.' The labor men are not making any Cement Doors Paints Builders' HardwareHrtiKfl
; # r Different, Shapes, $3. '..3 threats. They hope to win their fight
ft : peaceably before there Is any Intense Orders Turned work and Mill
a specially
9' feeling on either side but they are organized 4
<' \ E The Knox Hat is the one Hat that will not fade '. it to make a fight early and to Work of all Kinds

: nor turn We .. ; base It on this first action of the GEO. PADDISON Galll r
': I green. are showing LATEST SPRING world's fair company In letting contracts Eau. Pla.Llo.ti .

I!; a STYLES. & & @ @ @ 3 :labor.to contractors' employing'' nonunion -

''r e' = Ferlowl.g American Plan* Pianos Organs Sewing Machines
ri In the course of an address before ,

:;'i"'; ANTHONY BROTHERS 3 the Chicago Federation of Labor Francis I sell direct from the Factory '

." !I Chandler, fraternal delegate from The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment,
; E' the British trades .union congress to The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos, -
; the recent session of the American Tbe Kingsbuiy Pianos, the
N'' \ -' C Palm Beach West Palm :Beach ;. t-- Miami Federation+ of Labor, said: The Chicago Cottage( Organ, in ttfeoty-nina, style
:d ,j"'i, I "In England we are consolidating the At the Very Lowest Prices and o" Liberal Terms. r
'" ," "., j" (j ., 7 .;;< ,., :.. tabor unions Into central councils so ,, Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application. u
Tfo i
}+' ,! : r '- ... as to make them more effective. In Old Instruments Titan la Exchange o ( : = I, the past the conservative unions have SeilnjUacDInt ,
t1- been a drawback and made It difficult Needles and Attachment for all kind ol 8.wInjr Machine Mall Onl n wm rmwlrCUB. .
1 (:) ANTIIOI S .. *' Co) ( "",vi:. D, ANI> l"llh' T., TXT
j Atilt forces. The skilled
() t-' trades would not MIAMI. JrI.ORIIA J. ERICKSON
( r ;: S -\ ) SILENT 8AI.ESMKM 4 E1 affiliate with the unions of qnskllled! 1-8-tf
} ;. 1)iXjJ)( : workmen, and so trades unionism was *
fJ not In a position to show Its full
strength, Recently, however they
: I I1 have taken the cue from American
'-1 -l: nJ: 1.M.l! "' 1f.4 f.}.! workmen and are all coming togetherIn SUBSCRIBE FOE THE SUN
central\: bodies."

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