The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 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: UF00075915:00269
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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S ,,' :,!:5HE;?t .COUNTY. TIDINGS S l vlded to, that private this prohibition grounds) or does preserves.. not apply LIVELY 'LOCAL LINKS: :HERE AND THERE. one The of social the moat life at attractive'The Palm features Beach of is I PURELY PERSONAL. \

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not trapped except on new hostelry. a progressive

:::1t1.A- I': pil j 61 News & his and Thai private grounds.: At 110 time must one What the Sd 'an Heard In The Scrap: ol News About This and That whist party Monday night, in People as They Come and do-People i I '-

___ :1 /=t;. And Different Thlnlj /:*. person kill more than four turkevs or Llvlcy Local: Whirligig And Different Things. which twenty five couples participated You May or May Not Know. ';

: .,.., "j I _.....-..;;- iwenty.five quail lu one day. --.e.-- ----.r Mr. Webb,of Maryland, and Mrs. Ingra- --ram-.r I t r
,. ; take the ham of New York the winners .
Vary "Carefully Complied and Confined to Hunting parties may game A Mirror of Minor Happening Aeei|- Newsy Hates and Hums of Interest toEverybody City were A Melange. of P.ronallt.mVI.U ra lathe ;

,,,;f'.; II.U Which Is of Most Interest to home, with them" 'but, otherwise, the! dents Coming Events, !and a In a.n.rat'.nd Nobody : of the handsome trophies for the City, and Cltlsens Vliltln '

)'MI'r' the Citizens of Dado1, County. common carrier, firm or agent that shall Galaxy of Current Gosilp. In Particular. victors. There are social hops at Tbe Out of the City f

,'.', transport game across l:: county lines. shall Palm Beach regurarly every Wednesdayand "
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'j : : .,: )0 liable to imprisonment or fine. Game Saturday "night. '

,,,"f: Limit RIVER RIPPLES. so carried may not be sold or offer-ed KNOX nATS-"standard of the world MANHATTAN SHIRTS-ANTHONY'S Mr. H. F. Gary, Florida passenger
The house in
quickest way to warm a
-at ANTHONYS Dens agent the Southern Railway, was a
I. 'M..Cox, 'of the Sopthern Express for sale. > : Some rare bargains in Cook Stoves- the morning Is to open the doors or welcome caller at Tug SUM office this $
r Non-tesidenle" must" obtain a. license Two Furnillhe.J. Rooms,foe gentlemen, Hatcbett'i Hardware Store. windows
r' ", and 1' Mr Corbin of the O. S.calling a few moments, long enough week
1f "w Company, 'rom the clerk of Ole Circuit, Court upon (4.00( and fs-oa per week. Anthony Bros. !
j &MrfPpafty' were on the l1lp.t. YOUNG'S HATS-none better madeat to change the air. The house or room
"' the payment of a fee of $to before hunt- fttri a $ residence Mrs. W. F.
purchased after
I this week.Mltsi <.', McGarry 4soo 13-00, !ANTHONY BROS. being closed over night ia impureand Armstrong Jr. reached the
,t. jjera ing or killing any wild: deer, turkey\ .or lot today In the new Plagler Addition sluggish somewhat like muddy Lake last week and Is at home to her ',
db {i Wilkerson, of New Smyrna, who quail-such license to be valid only in New River Is!,said to be able to'.boast
friends in the
.. water. Fresh air is pure, bouyant and Hall Cottage corner ot i. "
4 weeks visiting Mr. Milch- nil m the beat inlet on the coast at this time.
spent several be county granting it as aforesaid.lor active, and will circulate quickly Olive and Evernia Streets. S

R ,ell's family, bas returned home. .. George II, Maltby and wife were EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, '&co and through the rooms, carrying the warmth II"" I
W. I. Metcalf :E. will
"jJlsa} Melen Burr ;entertained a small ,W. J. Instantly Killed, among tbe purchasers' of, Lake front lots $((7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S of stoves or radiators swiftly to every Great Council of the q Improved", attend Order the of I

party at carda last Friday evening, In -- this week. ______ Adolf Prredlund Is rejoicing over the corner. Besides there is l joy and comfort Red Men at Daytona neat ,
TucAday. as
-honor:'o( her friend, Mrs., Bevel, ..ofJacksonville. Ai jpast nine: o'clock Monday arrival of a son and heir at his home In In breathing fresh air.-Gainesville Representative from. Tribe l
Mrs Kirkman, of Montgomery, Ala, f
.' '* 111gb P."Bf C. R'ydepot at this bas leased and in' occupying the SheenCottage Boynton. __ Sun. __ Mo. 16, of West Palm Beach. 1!
t1 :,,There have been a number of sales of plate; Taylor, a well known com "'
The annual rush Flqjrida has set in
t improved;' ; property around Little River mercial traveler for tbe Jacksonville : for the season. Cleaning:, Repairing and Pressing. A. with to train Louis Riegel, a graduate from tbe I

Vr ,tn the;':pnst' ftw., weeks When buyers: branch of the Swift Packing Co., of President Roosevelt baa re-appointed i G. Bain, Schinld Block., Clematis Av bore out a a vengeance.large number Yesterday'a of people from New York College of Pharmacy and,, ,

sea tbe Little River crops they rarely'Chicago inei a 'sudden"l. and terrible J. C. Stowers for another term aa post. enue., l-9-tf. mother to A. G. Riegel of the Went Palm i 4
this to farther south, but
city points
y'4 ... go sup further. Tbe cold, did little death.: roaster at West Palm Beach "<* leach firm of Dlmick & Riegel, bas

) j*., 'damage, except to a few pine land crops, He had'been stopping at the Break : of the Hotel' Lent begins on Wednesday next, Ash their absence was not missed, as an equal once to Lake Worth reside, and is now y .;,
Proprietor Summers number came from the North to fill
Wednesday it is with Doe &
known In the cedes.astical jngaged
as Gonya. of tbe
look promising and to leave '
and all vegetables, for several days was 1
very ers
Seminole, has put down new carpets calender. their places. Today the arrivals already Poinclana
Royal Pharmacy ,
auccHsSFOr./ CHtmca HNneRTAiNMBtrr.< : for Cocoa that night. He came over to mattiuga, and made ready for a /fine tour outnumbered any previous day of tbe

ladies interested in the Episcopal West Palm Beach on the'ferri. to attend business.After to let. at Advices Mr. S. Spencer Moore, of Charleston ,
The: ? at ______ 4 room cottage Inquire once season. from passenger agents :
: } Church at Littt River gave an entertainment to'some business. here before train time, of W. I. Metcalf, Manager Tropical indicate a still further influx/ and the W. Va., head of the firm of S. Spencer f

at Ltuion City Hall last leaving Instruction[ foe his dress-suit case all these years the F. E. C. Ry.' Real Estate Exchange. prophecy that this season will eclipseall Moore & Co, book-sellers, printers and t

week thaf'wan' a great success not only to be sent over on Train No. 8 to the Is now putting down a ...al..erna.., its hid others ia likely to be fulfilled to the stationers of that city, Is at West Palm t
Hood fourteenacre
k S financially bnt 04 its. merits, ,West Side. i' reserve leading from town to the ex Dr. H.C. visited letter.-St. Augustine Record. Beach, a guest of the Ohio Cottage r ,

Mrs. WinfietdMra' \ Pitch and Mr He was at the depot when No. 8 came press! office: and railway dock truck farm the first of the week jtlr. Moore is delighted with this climate :
hi and aboard, hU valise, and found everything la first class con The( tourists are still rolling into Flor and the \
( :$herm tht 'promoters?, and had ,, stepped got picturesque and, tropical
werj fire. The
.; ththearty co-operation: of nearIalj th?! but tarried for some cause until the train *. Protect your"homes from dltlou. da by both ruil aBd water. This State .urroundings of Lake Worth. ft 1
will\ do It.
Phoenix Fire Extinguisher !
has become world-famous winter
sidetrack as a
w's just .starting to back onto a
r ladies the'community. A, G Baiu, Schmid' Block, Clematis Si1verat1-.the housekeepers' delight. resort and the number of visitors Jamie Clarke returned Saturday lastrom
for the train annually .,
f A j Japanese) wedding was t the first feat to make way regular Avenue. Y 19 tf.{ Plated' articles cleaned with Silverall will%! Increases. Not only are strangers a cruise to Cape Sable, accompanied : .

are>;,The stage was fitted out with real from the south never show wear A. G. Barn, Schmid by his cousin, Frank f
of the coming to see us, but they are! making Sample a", -
Japanese fixtures, to represent the interior Standing on the rear platform G. W. S. Bell, the well known con- Block, Clematis Avenue 1-9 tf. tlr Clarke
reports having seen
'of( Japanese house. Many of the first car be undertook to step off back. tractor, informs Tint: SUN scribe that -- Investments and permanently locating, of in plenty ,,
p Cook Stoves-Cook Stoves-Cook thus adding to the wealth and population tarpon New River and manatee '
ward swinging his valise off aa be
costumes came from Japan. The others his last completed house makes tbe
ooth Mew River
Stoves-cut make for of the State. With at and Cape Sable
prices-to room
missed his. foot- good govern.
but slipped or
stepped And thus
were modeled by a lady who spent a seventh since November 1st. tie has secured
that ,Jug in some way, and /ell between: the be I a carload coming. Get in on the ground :went and proper encouragement to these a permit to capture a I
number of In country. town grows on space.
years for
floor at Hatchelt'sIIardware Store. who live here as well aa those who come Princeton aLargest
the and the moving !
of silent of( platform
'' dtjail the beautiful, .
Every Geaurideau, tbe'7. id Reliable ," has Florida should steadil .
us, move
,'; 'ceremony' was carried out. just aa .it is train. FURNISHED: HODSBS. at from faoo to among )
Cline had added G.'W. McPherry, formerly foreman forward along the line of progress.- Land Sale of the Season.: :
done in the land of the. Japs.. Baggage man just jumped of tbe Hotel DeSota barber shops 800 fur the season. Call soon and Secure r
Gainesville News.
The acting: was so vgrfectly' done by from the baggage car as the t ain had at Savan ah,' to the working force in the most desirable. Tropical Real Yesterday Tropical Real :Estate i

all tbat there wereSl.ars.' ." The gotten: started, and as be ,j >ruck the his shop under Thd Palms. Estate Exchange W. I. Metcalf Manager. Rare good fortune is said to have befallen lixchange, W. 1. Metcalf! Manager, "

'\ 'two most important Vurfracters, leaving platform heard a scream umflfc, the cars little Susie Marvin,'the nine-year- effected the most important real estate .

.,out the groom of course, were the bride and looked down and back JJb alt tbe Dinilck & Rlegel have this week old miss who playa a cornet in tbe transfer made thus far this year, by ;

; :',aod\b)rG jC .between. Miss Mitchell was first trucks passed over the ouSftretchedarm equipped their pharmacy with splendid The steamer Phoenix now makes regular Lake Worth Band While playing at which Duke Munyou, son of Dr J. M.

as. charming as the bride, and Mrs'. Sber of the unfortunate young; man, and upright showcases of the most approved morning runs from West Palm the serenade recently tendered Admiral Vlunyon, became the owner of the FrlJenberg ,

'man as the go-between would have before he could get to him to render any patterns and best make to be had. This '' Beach and the East Side Hotels to the Dewey, Mr. C. F. Bmgham, a well tract at Palm Beach, adjoining I

.u' viade the real Japaseoe maidens enviousby assistance the next trucks struck his firm Is as progressive as it is popular, Ostrich Farm, and in the afternoon to known and wealthy guest of The Break the Beach Club. I

her graceful salaams. bead, completely severing the skull. and they strive to deserve tbe splendid Vlunyon'8 Island. era,' was impressed by her apparent The consideration price of this prop '

The second feature was a comedy eu Cline gave ,the alarm the Instant he patrorfage they enjoy. .. talentand after investigation bas offeredto erty is said to have been $oooo. I,

titled.."A Black Diamond." The cone saw the man, aud so promptly were the :at ft. ;Launch, perfect order; also :a H, furnish her with a musical education This firm of real estate agents are doIng -
Services the Congregational
tinned laughter showed that the large air brakes put onMbat the tra" ...stoppedill at P. Pierce engine for sale; half price. as good as the world affords, if her parents a good business, having a splendidlist a
Patel Beach at
Church West it a. m.
.1 audience was highly amused. ill about a car length, but not untill it the Agent for the Gray Marine and Stationary will let her go. Under Prof. Albert of the choicest properties to be bad.

Mrs. Win field, aS Huldn, the negro was too late.. The body. was removed and. 7:30 Rey.: p.S.m.D. Preaching Paine. Christian by pastor Endeavor Gas Engines. W. P.' UKDKRWOOD. Kauffman's, instruction Susie has They Mill have sonic choice bargains It

girl, looked and acted the part to per. by "Uncle pick" Wright,the ever present at 6:30: p. m. Sunday School at Roaetand Fla.: l-JI-tf. developed her musical talent wonderfully in water front residence lots business

Is '", ; c fection. Mrs. Fitch and Mrs. Sherman, watchman, assisted by 11. S. Meador, loa, m. Prayer and Song Service Wed. The Tropical Real Estate Exchange and it may be that; her future is sites aud fruit tracts at prices that will i
of their a colored carriage-driver, and Justice assured this incident. hold
as light hearted girls not out by not lung with the certain -
nesday at 7:15. Visitors and all others has several nicely furnished houses on prospectof .
seemed Saunders was at once sent for to take
01 teens were so natural that they cordially invited.Mr. Its. rent rolls, suitable for Northern fani. The richest community ot negroes in large Improvements In sight.
official cognizance of the sad occurrence, 1t
to be playing pranks Just for the fun of lies desiring to make their homes here the United States, says tbe Macon Tel.
matter for them to ,Upon his arrival Justice Saunders, as Lee H. Russell! \ has returned to New Hotel For West Beach.
_ #it. It was an easy for the season egraph, is found in Indian Territory. -
: Coroner, considered! l if best to bold an West Palm Beach, after a con pie o(years ,
look their pals of them and
There they
Miss Helen Burr took the part of the inquest, and a jury,was summonsed front absence in other parts of the State and R. E. Realer the well known photo said to are be worth 7,000 on an of Ij.ooo are Dr. J. M. Muuyon has authorized TUB) 1 ,

sedate sister and really seemed to feelso ilio by.slanders,* and all tbe evidence In Georgia. He ii now assisting Heim grapher, has purchased a tract of desir each. Tbe wealth of the average more indus. SUN to announce the most welcome foot '

while ttie play lasted. John Gram. obtainable was presented. From this & Broadwell the Cottage City Pharnu able land near Hypolnxo, on which he that he has decided to begin at once the I
trious foots up even higher, certain Individuals
the coroner's jury rendered a and ashe can secure a home erection of a splendid modern "'
and Bloxbam Cromarlle as the fool evidence acy, soon will plant out tropical fruits and make of hotel on
the from
fling being owner f to -
dudes. were'ap to the limit. Miss. Mitchell verdict of accidental death, attaching: will\ bring his family down to remain other Improvements.We 000 to $15,000 worth of land.. The negroes his Lake front site between Narcissus ;

Glower blame to or the unforl- here permanently. Street on the west and Banyan amiPolnciana
no any person
rich aunt and John as
S as the have a car load of Cook Stoves ate the descendants of slaves of
nate affair. Streets on the north and
the sturdy young farmer played their At the regular meeting of tbe Town coining and must make room for them. the Creek tribe of Indiana, and are
The body was turned 1 over to the south' respectively and Lake. Worth ou i .
parts in a very forceful manner. Council held Tuesday night an order Present stock must go. It is going known as Creek negroes. Their wealth
undertaking establishment of J, B. Mc. the east
#.- -- chemical fire engine Don't miss the chance to a is the statement that when
was passed that a fast. get explained hy
4 Ginley & Co, and after ,it had been A better site and more commanding is
e The dame Laws of Florida. be purchased at once by the Town and good; stove cheap-at Hatcliett's Hardware tbe Creeks freed their slaves in 1864
sat location would
1 I .wdnderfully well prepared by Mr. be impossible to find on "
be taken to thoroughly Store. them "an equal share in their
that immediate steps they gave
Every winter thousands of people cenberg, their expert operator, it was Lake Wortii, and Dr. Munyon promises
and of lands and money"-something tbat the
organize a system
conic to Florida to bunt, and it i la quite ,sent.on Tuesday morning's train under equip Cottage proprietors that tbe structure will# be an ornament ,.
The City Pharmacy -
fire protection. There have bee no masters no country or race ever did
often that the game laws are violated, ,,,the> care of Mr. Taylor's personal friend, Messrs Heim and Broadwell are to. the Lake and a credit to the town. -
fires in town in recent years, but precaution before or since.
because the visitors are not familiar forr. V. S. Bishop, to Jacksonville, Where preparing to put la a branch pharmacy The hotels we have are crowded

._ with the requirements. The following Mr. Taylor's mother and brother both is.better.. than regret. on the East Side in the new building I Florida fares well on the Senate\ committees throughout the season each year, and, a

f extract from the Florida laws will not were 'at the lime, and from there to his Bert Kalzenberg, formerly of Boston, they expect to lease from Dr. J. M. Senator Mallory ia assigned as t.thj,; tourist business of the town ia only

r ,only be interesting to visitors" but cittzens !- old home In Columbia, S. C. is now' with I. B. McGinley & Co., as Munyon! between The Palm Beach and follows: Commerce, District of Columbia limited by the lack of accomodations. ,

\ as well:, Mf Taylor wan a most exauiploryyoung : undertaker and embalmer Mr Kat- the Beach Club. I # ; Fisheries, Pacific Islands acd Porto There is a fine business here for several ..

Wild duck may not be .hot between man, and very popular with all zenberg Is an expert In his line of business Rico. Patents, Public Health and first clans hotels, and such investment is fj

April tat and October 1st Ills commercial friends and employers.; and in the skill he showed In the Mr G. E. Hlghley Is tbe possessor of I National Quarantine, Revision of Lawsof sure to mean good profh to the investors q

"bunted chased I, V, cabin yacht forty-three feet in United States. And Senator Talia- as well as a benefaction 5
Deer may not b<> ----- --- splendid! )handling! and preparation ol a new to tbe Iowa "

4 killed or otherwise molested" duringthe n. E. Church Services. the body of W. J. Tnylor, killed last length which wan launched this week by I fero Is a member of\he following: Census I 5

months of October, November, .. Monday on a F. E. C. Ry.. train, he dent- N. C. Jones. The craft la a handsome Claims, Coast Defenses, Oorganiza- White Girl Wanted.

January, under penalty oustrated his ability ai an expert. pleasure boat and Is one of the new alco- tlon of the Executive Department Pa.'ctflc
December and Is the order of,services woman
The following"" # Railroads Pensions A white girl who is industrious ,
Relations with -
killed class. Her name is LaBelle and f
each deer or ,
of a fine of$too for In the Methodist Church, to which a Phoenix makes a vapor I and fond of children
The steamer now Cuba. In the House Mr. Sparkman I.I can secure a
Jail for not she i is. worthy of the name. 'I
in the county (I
Imprisonment less than cordial Invitation is given, to strangers : morning trip with, pusscnger to the -- on the Rivers and Harbors, and Mr. good place in a small family. ,Address r

more than six: months, nor Sunday! School ..19:4: $ a. m. Preaching Ostrich Farm, and, In the afternoon ,to Dr. L. D. Waterman ia now adding to Davis Is ou the Committee, on Interstate "B. U." care of Ibis paper, or call at i

t, 'three- months> ,at' bard labor. During atilt a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Epworth Munyon' Island. The malt will be bis laurels as a fresh water lake fisher:I and Foreign Commerce and Merchant this office fbr iulorniaticn. ; !
J these months no persons shall League Devotional Meeting at 3 p. ui. carried by Capt. Sanders on the aux man. Black bans weighing 6tf' Ibs are Marine and Fisheries, and on the joint '- -_. .
edit or transport venison or deer Rev C. Fred.Blnckburn, Pastor. Ullary yacht "Arthur B.,," and patrons among his trophies of the week. Noneof \special committee on, Memorial Exercises For Charter. '
No shall kill more than the devotees of rod and reel a score n, I
i' d person --- ----- will have a chance to enjoy the finest in Memory of the late President
f deer! ia one year. more his junior are more activeor A twenty-foot yawl rigged craft. Suitable
(! blue fishing on the Lake by making tbe or years William I
i chance to buy n McKinley
.. and or partridge For Jo days-your 'I cruising on tats coast. A<1-
quail I'
Wild their favorite
turkey, in following '
'round West Palm Beach persistent '
Cook'Stoves cheap at Ilatcbett'alfard trip between dress or cxll uu I HBJ TaoPIC.&" SUN for 1
may not be hunted or killed, except 'land Munyon'a Island. sport, tad few are more successful" [rain us HorsehidtfSaoes-ANTHONY'*. Ifurtherinfuruladon.', ..

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delivered] the folio-wing address: j' y et 1Te ad a }btIi4} cIM'nh u'1ate1tl0ll .ttili itF Mt Ii 'PoF ., t/M; ? :;" ;..;,; trL Kli2l: : : .,'. ilfi" i.y" -:- "'. 1', .itt ,. ,
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tlhoYirhtl probttms : .
anti powcrt self from time '. '
A sr. poverty was ao great that on we are called to consider let -aft meet

c. one oct'ftMon ttcvsalfl, almost] with'tblttcraee tall our difficulties, knowing that our "A.LlqV! !::;. : Who/esome'food.

; : rTlie'Toaes; 111\ill" tlolcsj] and appeal'"Ts""to t'ho' 'c'6n8Mltsned"ior'Tnnn; .ATTORNEY-AT-LAW lluilellskIrts ,. $4 O 0 ,. '

f the birds of the air have nests, but the that the conscience of.man is the true and NOTARY PUBLIC, 'M1 '' .
I ? Bon of Man bath not where to ]lay his expression of the divine and that sooner I IL. Rates $5.00 Per Wek-t <"'; ,'

I I.1 1w 4 head." lie was a workingman, and .or later in God's time the divine A.enlol the U. S.PlUelfty Ou.r.nt Co.,ofaaltimore f'yM1'' a
!1 Md. Table Board $4 50' ] Week
his friends were worklngmen, and he must prevailr POr1;
; and: remained r ptllce lit corner ofClnnmtln Avenue cud. NurIHHIIM '. '] IA, a'1'I' "
the -
: :walked with poor '. ,
(' Htrwfe over tJtruh'I) store 14-1903
,. with them to the day of big death. Ideal Sends?. Weatralmlleaull. Near Gorier PolnseHii and B Banyan

;V 'i' ..,! The next fact la that the opinions of I Bolton Hall contributed an article tothe I L.L.ihito and "Streets' '' .

';' I}r" Christ were the opinions natural] to a New York Journal's symposium ou'Uow IT 1'. 11KANNINO, Pique $$1.10.i

1. :: workingman, who saw the strength to Create an Ideal Sunday." inWhich l. ., W BST'.SAL l& ,IfEACtl, FLA45 <

; ;\ :. that poverty, gives and the burden he said: i Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. and 12 r.tr -" i'. ,r,., i,
: 1 which wealth Imposes. Need I recall With relief from tile grinding toll

''r'..iI' I..P". .',, the parable] of Lazarus to show you and worry that drive .men for relaxation (Ofllye: over Bank,} CK' i
that In Christ's view the possession of of excesses and [! Westl.DU,. RIEOEJ4
I ; to all manner
1 i-i6 1902 WEST PALM BSACH FLA. Duck Skirts t : .
: ProprietorsPall
II{ ?'. 11 ; riches wee\ a great danger to the human ;with full payment in. wages for labortlono Colored 3:3O-: .
' soul!? be trusted i. .
'J J :t :. the worklngmnn may : : : :
? '" ): Need I remind you that be said It jto create an Ideal Sunday'for himself] \V.U.. ANNO, ,

t'' :. was easier for a camel] to go through There will be. no c need for' free car ATTORNer-AT-LAW. % Beach .

>;;'i .l the eye of a needle than for. a rich ;rides, free excursions or similar philanthropies ,
; man to enter the kingdom. of heaven which serve only to distract Office-Front Room Ilatchett Building. Ave. D, ,

,I to prove that he had a poor man's opinions attention from our social wrongs Miami Florida. t-i8-igo I CORSETS--S-H.ORT .' Drug'!; .
< ;: fit about rich men and that It seems land to delay the inevitable day'of act .

.j a as if he could.hordly be just to them? [Clement GEO. A. WOIIL.KV, : ......- stor-
i : IP The final fact Is that the prayer "Bread and the circus"' did not save --; e

ll r: which we call the Lord's prayer, the i;,Rome. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. White and Colored 5 --DE'tN
only which Christ taught his and Federal Courta it
prayer Let us be honest. General practice In State
I '+ ,: people, the prayer into which, presumably The plans of "reformers" legitimate All business entranced. will\ receive prompt(at ,
s he gathered up from whatever descendants of the Pharisees, ore togive" office Brown Building, Ave. D and lUtb

r' tt teachings sources, all, the his whole1 parables sum and of sermons Ills. (" the people to small"furnish"' parks, rational to "pro Btriwt.MIAMI.. . FLORIDA Remember; are Leaders "in our, Line. Drugs, Toilet ,Articles

;vide" concerts ,
,! Is a social message' overwhelming entertainments to "build" libraries for I : Fine ,

force. them, and so on to Infinity and to disgust :TT IT.. ATKINSON Stationery ana
;, ,. Look at It clause by clause. It begins then to restrict and govern : I
t. and
the words "Our Father." LAW A. S. BOTSFORD ,& CO $ ries.
".' \ with tho people so that they may do what' ATTORNEY-A- Druggist l! {;
I .'li' Rft* r* Could anything more plainly] Indicate] 'the want them to do. NOTARY PUBLIC,' r'.J'
;i{ I'ff, '; ,- the equality of all men? It God Is j What the people want of us "upper ltIIAMIFLA.. frelcrlpUODsCarefnlJy.CompuuDrljd;

,: ..: our father, all men are our brothers,, classes" Is to "get off their backs," ll.ltt-lv .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, East Coast' I3iininens Solicited.,

: r i I, and the laws which give higher] power i:with our laws and our bonds aud'ourtaxes WEST PALM ttUAWI.( 6-10 \hit
'i '" j and authority to one man than to an and our land Tents and our monopolies T AJHKS 13.: AND WS. ,: .
other, which allow one man to govern ,
: and so to let them give A
i, for no better reason than that he was provide and furnish and build for ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .I.AAAA.u A1 A AA A A AAA''
f born tho eldest son and condemn another NOTARY PUBLIC "
need. We ex
themselves all that they
to because he was born To Introduce Ourselves
serve .
the second son are manifestly] contrary plolters'We never merely create hire one the people of these to Prosecuting Attorney of Brevurd CO. C. G. von SCHOELER i
,< to Christ's first principle of the relation FT PIERCE AND TlTUSVIUB.
thorn with money
do them and pay
of man to man and man to God. : Watchmaker' E
which they have earned, hilt which. ,we
"I yt t l The Lord's prayer says, "Give us ,have got. And'work, we are doing' Crown and Bridge work( at rid loulousjylow ,
this day our dally bread." Could any M. UOKVIN and"Jewelee
o ., thing Indicate more clearly the desire i I But the rid people of tin.by They themselves cannot trust will ,.GEO., : ] prices. Come in and see the >work we are doingthH';;week. : ,,. '; :. '

for relief from economic distress ort never get Attorney and Cotm. '-( t-Law. You can't get better work anywhere. '
t.\\! ,, I one another and They, do not, unlto. < *. i' ..,ARTISTIC .
,1: l Ij.".+ doom to more absolute condemnation of the educated State'anil Pederal Courts, .. '
[Almost the only use Will practice lu ENGRAVER; on .
\\I which]
of land capital
the laws .
,' Is to tench the Ignorant MILLER[
t classestoday] 'Dr.
to ]live in boundless \ METAL.
t permit one man 11'001or
t i, r luxury while they require another to how to get rid of us and! of our regulations ] FLA.'LatlyrG \ .
and to show them how to use IIECKEKT COTTAGE LAKE FRONT.
In tho misery of want?
linger their liberty to create Ideals for them inr I. M1STOALP ii-ao-tt.: PARLOR _
The Lord's prayer says, "Forgive us selves.Limitations. in ZAPH BLOCK

our trespasses, as we forgive them NOTARY PUBLIC .. it
u" Next> : dour South of .

JI: 1 p that trespass speak plainer against on us.the Could true relation anything Interested of in Neeaee'' the formation 110100.Those of For the State of Florida at Large .; Ask Your Grocer For SEMINOLE HOTEL'

and Detfm, t."."fl. and Contracts Entrance,
r' of man to organized society nurses and attendants' union have MortgnRem .
!lo I' .,. the duty of nation to nation or condemn concluded? that they cannot enforce Drnfted.Conveyanvlnir u Speclnlty. WEST PALM BEAC1I, FLA.Exneripnned ,

:;. '.. more absolutely] the barbarous In the usual methods of All Work Uuftrantxvd l.cRHllr Correct. '
demands Ivorkman. '
Ollle lu rnopicAb HUM Block Cleaning nnuKepnlrlngailllfully
d. methods of settling international dig trades unions generally, that of calling Weal: Palm BuacU Dade County Florida. dale : done.10tf
1'1\ I putes by recourse to arms? a sympathetic strike In cage their "Clover

1\\. Above all the Lord's prayer says, rules are not compiled with. To accomplish It. KIOSKS. VYYvvvvvvvvVVYYYYYYVVVYY7eWheel
I'' ; &\\, "Thy kingdom come thy will be done this they would need the cooperation 1WALLACE I"
\' on earth as It Is done In heaven" and' of the doctors, druggists and Successor to A. W. Robrt,

I ; ,; ,*' surely nothing could more completely undertakers. First, the doctor would ESTATE AND INSURANCE '
f & REAL Chair
J\ the conduct of the'churches Livery rr rrP
'f; > discountenance have to refuse to prescribe for the pa- Butter
I Palm Bomb Town Lots, alo
J' "' which, recognizing In all Agent for West / ,
., 'J. tient, and the druggist would have to Went Pillm Hniirh wnter Work. .
., ages\ the frightful injustices of the existing : refuse compound the prescription. NOTARY PUBLIC. a. 4.r

I ,, : l order, have counseled resignation If a nonunion doctor were secured the 11-al-XUiH Clomatf: \ Aventio Want,near Puliu Ollf Beech 9trort.:! florid. New Wheels .'. v

}i, ". 'f' on tho ground that the worst evils undertaker would be compelled to refuse The Best in the Market y
of the world, the crying inequalities Polite Attendants- .
', 4 .. j. to handle the remains of the deceased 1>. EATON HI.\ D. .
classes, the awful extra va. L
h .lr of the who bad been treated by a doctor S .
,f gniiepg of the rich and the foartull'rl'l or received medicIne from a druggist HONtEOPATrsr.WEBT Prompt' Service,
vations of the poor are a part of the, with
v who was not In sympathy EVERGLABE' PRODUCE
i I tii".' divine ordinance and, paradoxically ,
The whole
the nurses. programme opponlte 11.tllllIIChurch, 'Office/ .
enough, evils only to. be remedied in .
would be looked upon AS Inhuman and C'U'utatla Avenue, next to filtuioulo Temple.Olace '
Ii another and better spbere. the goodwill of the public would be bourn H to O an".11 to4 rod T to 8 p.m., Wheelmen furnished who ate. familiar
'. Can there be a more direct message'' Hunilfiya: :2 tu 4 p.m.Hpeclat Distributors
Under these circumstances i
.:,[i : to tile living: world than this message against ujilon. the Attention Given to DUaoMW. o! it- tr with all points of interest on both
they have concluded that 1 Women and Children.IT. '
.f 1., : of the gospel You may call It unpractical '
of the organization extend .
and and out of harmony purpose aides of Lake (,Worth.-
tI I.) b.\\ '. Utopian only for better conditions in a leg/ O. 1IOOI, M. D,
with the of civilization;
1 ,,1 progress Islatlve] way in public Institutions, such The Grand Opening ,
"7 that Christ Is an anarchist yh
,t you may say
as shorter hours, better pay and more PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
1i1 4> and that Christianity Is a useless "
:; rigid examination for admittance to JONES & PEED..Prop's.
I I ', "I '.. dream, but you cannot soy that the positions.-Chicago Inter Ocean. OOoa over Btrohm'a store WEST PALMliEACll. OrvCARL .
'il//1 !le '''''pS, gospel Is not profoundly concerned' )testdenceuser Royal PolnelenaUotelPAT.MBEACII. "

::1 i: I>. with the social and economic problems ir->, WestPaIm; ( Beach, Florida. ,
The Strike sad the l. b l.
In which live.
:::1' of the we
: The labor programme; is a profoundly A printer prominent In the Boston SGHREBNIOKSHONEST ; ?
Aa 11{ ., religions and Christian propaganda Typographical] union said recently that I) U. POTTEU, 1\[. D., e

whoever and whatever Its leaders maybe the strike was the only effective weapon 2:}" Order filled for Choice Indian ?

and the powers that are against it of labor. He was wrong' even from 8-28-98: WEST PALM BEACH l' .A.C PROFIT HOUSE

',;. are profoundly irreligious and pagan a printer's) point of view. It is not as River Oranges.
a striker that the worker is bowed to n-ijtf
,, whosoever and whatsoever their advocates M. D. '
t shaken hands with and smiled at. butas. i P. .PJLATT3 Commences '
I are.What -
',9v Is the pagan concept of /government a customer. The customer is the PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.Telegr..m. .
4' ? The pagan concept of government man who-owns the shop, and the work-: New Idea,, Trunks. "
Ingmau Is a customer. delivered till hours. of the day
r Is authority, and that alone justifies !
e+ \ the unronstltntcd rights, the Ine When be rises in his might as a collective and night 15
] customer, then will all men call I2-2Q-I90 Font riBRCK ria.- Saturday February

mixcries ()( ( him king-Union Boot and Shoe Work.er. ;
years striving .

f l r;; The Christian concept of government Labor Temple Star Do.to. DEN TOS" /L4 IN IN'lipaeq .
Is right and that asserts the value PIIONE'l. ?
Boston Is the ]latest city to consider and will last days
of the Individual] soul the fatherhood WEST PALM BKACH.I .
j the project of building a labor temple
) of God, the brotherhood of men
and lit all likelihood the Workingmen '. -

e Ij j nl: anti mankind alt thnt luto one these family.Imply in uniting/ of that city will have one before long. ,.T. DANIEJL.DEMTl8Tr. Ladies and Gentlemen of West and

After agitating: the question for several
IK there anything In the spirit of the, .
; the Central Labor union .
ri years East Palm' Beach and Lake
profrrnmme of the labor party which TMUnK
has set to work to accomplish the ob COCOA, INDIAN RlVtB.FLOBlUA.l-.
to this Christian concept r''f fi
l' i' 1 Is contrary
ject, and a committee has been appointed -
of government; ? Nothing; whatever Worth cordially invited i
to confer with the BuildingTrades .
The labor programme Is a rellgloul I T. D. BROWN,
council and report plans forthe
and above all a ChrUtlaapropaganda.
erection of a building. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER..

I 1 i : Dr. Uarnaclc<< in \bfs recent Berlin ]lee. Labor War Kxpoa ed. Plans JobltlDC and work cpMlfleatlon gives prompt*prepared" attention sib : All New, Bright, Desirable Goods The Stallman Dresser 'Trunk ':

"" ] tbat theta is hardly]
tares says truly .., .. .
Shop oa Datura 8tr t.B01taB Repr* nt* a new In trunk It la a (
In .
labor Is 8tLouis.
A terrlflc
r, anything more pathetic than the anxleiy < war expected enable ilr_.Ing case,with drawer t'natead ol .'i/
people of tho most contrary The building trades demand that display, at Reasonable .Prices. iraya: ; a place: fur oeryinlnc horn a,het 10 a '.
:r, ot for O. UUTLKU. collar 'bultoo:Sod the bottom'I U aa accMlble ,
all work In their line the World's Q.
opinions to rediscover themselves andtliilr ha top. CiMta no more than a good boa tmnkeHlilppmlC. ,
ti of view In Jesul fair] be done 1iy union men. The con CIVIL ENGINEER O U. with privileges\ : to,, oxunilae. >"
own point Two cent atamp for, Illuilrattd. catalogueF -, '' "IjIIs... I i
tractors' has I nued Its ultimatum
ii .; Christ so as to get a share 0(' him and SGHRBBNICK W1" J
la which It 1. declared that sympathetic DEPUTY COUNT SURVEYORFOR .. A. STALLMAN.08'Wmt :. (
N + to claim] him or n little lilt of him] for : ,...
,, "y their own. But surely It Is not going strike rtlll not lIe tolerated DADE COVNTV.. Honest Profit House Spring stnet.. '
ol thF. .
Lout AgeulfortheLpnd Department
a and nonunion men will !tA hated when ;
1 fur to say that If Jesus were In our E.( a.v. FOMPAND-H.A. e-|.w>0 7-)-17" COLCMBt/8: OltlU. I'

..; ,- br' t'i pddet today he .would as Horuack necessary.! j -('.",',1 .


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---- Our Vallcrr In the Philippine and Minn L. K. llmilry, Kvcrul lI\r..'. o 0t r Perrine Grant LaRd Com>nAauy. ,

Oar Military Power.In Dolly IO..IDI\.1IlCI16\ ,: u a,in. ;
". The Protected Trusts Dance an artlclo In January Forum >' 11:oo to "30 p. m, t 11OTEL :SEMINOLE KRAI, ESTATE.'
.Phll\o\ loiwonn tiy nrraKcement.. wmtrTTTTTTTTTTTT7TTTTTTTTTTVT\ : West Palm Beach Florida 1-4-.VM CUTLER FLORIDA
and the People Pay. John P. Shafroth, mumber of congress ,
from Colorado Sr 3t
w... .'. .. 11 I'. '" .i ________ The and o og -
great wealth development
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'I "'I ." I3IOE3; or AMERICAN PEODUOTS.I of our country have arisen from the FISH AND: 'OY8TBH8.' ,All kinds of fish Brelsford Bros ,
<" ; ( V/ ,
,: ,, ..1 ., fact that we have bad pence and that also fresh Indian River oysters every Overlooking beautiful Lake Worth, facing .the; 'Hotel %
; ; ,', --- ,. we have not rmen compelled"to Impose day. Shad shrimp, crawfish and clams o 0 Real Estate and Insurance

.euil, Typewriter, Tin Plate, Steel. a constant tax: on our industries end la season. Fugit DEUVBRY PHONB 3. V D Rnyal Polnclana; A first class home like hotel. Near J 0* ,

,.',' halls Md Wlie Steel Good Bold people to maintain large armies and I 9lf Wm. R.' IIaJy.! o all points of interest to tourists., Our t-pecfalty 1 I. exCellence'of g PALM BEACH FLA.

,/i.,{ .to Karovenna: at Oue-lialf to Threequarter tin vies. With our sovereignty removed
o table service clean courteous treato .
cooking, / o
\ ; of the Price, l>.ma>n
:>. ill\; of, oa......... at Home. sources of Income practically unlimited The splendid of sterilized'water meot of gnesta. House newly furnished, and under ,0

.' .,;ry1}us(; ,"i14dcordlug:;;" to The 011, 'Paint and we should still be able to pursueour used in manufacture quality of their ice by new management.. Experienced white help only"will'' be ;'S 8-1-1901 PoatoOloe PolnclunHotel.Building.North.of i

<' Brug Reporter (of Dec. 28, the leadf'ti'iist ,i policy of peace and good will without the Lake Worth Ice Factory .insures r la all Best of X '"
k w!i'' has for selling tear of foreign aggression.In employed departments. fishing aud.
: J/\/\ a great while beau pure product. *
,'ri.11 t ,|.lead. abroad! for about 2 cents per view of the' situation In China o boating, and good,hu lit Ing. Rates $2 to $3 per day. Furnished Room To Rent.

'h'' !>'',:pound lower; than to tha domestic the Philippine Islands are supposed Homes at $700. '$800 o For terms apply to G. Jenkins or

I.ir \w'trndo.. Ad, 'the price here has been by some to, be of great strategic value. $'.3o, $[,600. $t,75o, 11.000. izoo. C. A. Kenney,Jefferson block.We t Paint

..... _..,>, "fit about 4 cents, the export price must It Is very Improbable that wo shall f2aoo $s,3uo, "$2-500, J. O. SUMMERS ,i : Beach ll-IS-tf.

.," liave been\ about 2 cants per pound. ever have any difficulty with the Chi and upwards, Call on the Tropical I o
Interest is Identical Real Estate; Exchange and make your I r
The Import duty which T.he Oil, Paintand nese, because our ., PRUPIUICTOI-t
investment before advanced.KRIPPENDORF'S .
with theire-namely' the preservationof prices Will Be Sold.at a Sacrifice
;1 Drug Reporter thtului Is "absurdly 1Co '

high" la 2% cents per pound. It Is lullduty the-Integrity of the Chinese empire.I koiio isto7to7eo7eo7.olso7.olso7sOisoi.o isolLOlsOleo7eo7soAo7so7.o7.ois07so9.p acres of A No. pineapple land y
r But even It we were otherwise; why .LADIES' SHOESat 124
which prevents
Americans from
; near Lancao, will be sold at a
soldiers (000 to lGOO'mlle from ANTHONY BROS
,,getting lead, at about the same price sacrifice. Twenty acres cleared; small,

,'j pit Id., by foreigners to tour own dear infant the possible scene of action with a BHBEN Civil :Engineering mid Surveying I, ]t. HICHTOWBR comfortable house on the land; Lake
limited transport service and It
lead trust It ia this duty which very -------------- Locating and Estimating( Timber; both Finencl
( frontage. Owned by a ootj resident who
Is the that this 1

takes American 2 cents consumers out of the,for lean every pockets pound of should suggested bt sold, by, when we way could place .. LARGE NEW HOTEL. ,.and Vegetable Cypress), lauds Selecting. a Specialty.My and Grading. Orange Sheen h & HiethtowerFRANKtVN i h l isunable, to give it attention. ,For spot

them on our own concession at Shanghai cash this property will ,sacrificed to
of load and them into the fat i profession hut carried me over ill partiof ,
:'-..' "'".,-- r sold<< puts as the French Germans and The PALM BEACH \ the southern peninsula "Florida, and by the first coiner. A<,Jdre lI. or call on the f
pockets of the trust magnates. It is
1/ English have done? p"l'IIOnaloh..lIoo I find great opportunities REAL ESTATE Tropical Real, Estate; Exchange W. I.
'. ,this duty which doubles the cost Of
decision to, whether for profitable Investments In Timber,
Tho as we are t* Maximum of Comforts (j* i Orange Metcalf Manager
"' lead to tile hundreds of industries fork I to hold the Philippine Islands Involves ( At Minimum of Coat T* ;fThrco and Vegetable Lands,especially In the wild andnneettledpaltawherelhelandlemoatlyowned a
which, it U a raw mtjtertarnud handicaps Lands for Sale tn all
therefore the question whether we are '# parts bf -----
them fn competition with similar hundred sunny roonm with or by large corporation., who. have never. had the
willing to relinquish concentration for without bath Southern Florida, Improved and For Sale
y. foreign industries which get ,lead of Flfiniia J.lrneIOU"lotllndaand land graded.""" but all priced
diffusion, to exchange land power our fo"particulars .Unimproved.Box I .
;the same manufacturers. natural strength, as to which we have Lake Worth 88a.e. Write S. Vt of S.,W. '% of Sec. 33 and the S. fJ fJor

', ',';"' The lead industry ,Is not an excep enormous advantages for sea power; a Orchestra New York Chef._ $j and Up 854, W.Mt Palm Beach, Florida PALM BEACH and LAKE % the S. E. 'X of Sec. 'yt Tp. 42 S. of Ji

I wee! ', "" tid7. AU of the protected trusts that as to which vo have "no peculiar advantage Get off at Polnclana R'wy Htatlon WORTH properties, Including R. 43 E. One-half undivided interest in i

.' 'are doing nn export business-mid most and to give to the enemy In # i some, of the nicest water-front Town property.We 80 .acres. F. E. C. Ey. runs.through ?
of them boasting of their #
are export
trade-Mire charging from 20 to 100 per each conflict the choice of weapons as MADDOCK Proprietor carry a large list of the most desirable cottages In town, for this property. For further information
of battle.
well of time and place
as i'
"V.' ,...... It"more to Americans than to forws With our military power upon laud, sale, furnished and unfurnished.'Residences call upon or 'address JlcoaT. McCoNN:

4 The trust which 1--------- Palm, Beach Fla. *
"lll typewriter we need neither a large army nor a 1I

has for years maintained tho price of large navy, and require! only 'a light I :' and Business Blocks
$100, for its standard machines in the Industries and
taxation upon pea ATTENTION SPORTSMEN New.4-Room House Cheap.
American markets, has always sold ple of the nation which means pros- ,

them for $75: or less to foreigners. At perity. Exchanging this for sea power, Orange Pineapple and Vegetable Lands ,in Eight Hundred Dollars will,, 'buy a i!
a ,present It Is getting but $00 for Its ex. ,
we shall need a navy equal or superiorto 'othe information of local new 4-room cottage neatly painted and 1

ported machines. that of any warlike nation and alsoa "; well located. bargain propertywill; f
Steel rails steel billets structural large army to sustain the results of sportsmen, visitors, and all .other.Interested Quantities to suit Purchaser. pay iB per cent on cost, in rrotals Call

steel and other similar steel goods are our naval engagements, Involving taxation it would be at Tropical Real Estate Bxchal1ge.'W. I. i'
well to cut ,
Call and examine our list. Metcalf;Manager. 8-9 tf.
almost invariably sold for export at, which will so cripple many of

from $3 to $20 per ton less than at our Industries" that they will be unable out the following excerpts to pastein
", home The of $784 more JEFFERSON BUILDING, West Palm Beach, Fla. I'
duty or per
to compete for trade lit the markets
the hat, memorize or otherwise If-e-u Famished! Houses to Let. I'n
p ton protects the tt'uBts'ln this Infamous Of the world which means adversity.

j. business and the American people Why purnuo a course which will become familfar with. We have some furnished houses to let '
vote for the party that makes the weaken the military strength of our 'v
The citizens and officers are determined for the coming I season nt from JSioo to
duty tbat protects the trusts that plunder nation which will make a greater t
the people. The tin plate trust", '' $600 each. Address The Tropical Real
drain the treasury than will be tbat each and
upon every one Beautlfntlocation for hotel or reof l- Bargain In Improved IiweS .. 4
:which' has cost us' considerable more counterbalanced by the profits It will dunes Miami. fronting' tiny Isle Estate Exchange for particulars. 4i
10 Miami. Will JlO
nl : ;.a : property paT It i
than $100,000,000 during the last teu give to commerce and which will com of these laws shall be rigidly, enforced \ on. A" ira'ee'IhtatTOnertyTa percent, on Inveatment. Can be

;years, is now selling tin.plate to exporting pel us. to abandon the policy under so due notice U hereby I nenr Urn Roynl 1'nlm Ilott-l 140 eel bad at a bargain.' If sold In the Call on The Tropical Real Estate Exchange

manufacturers at a dollar per which we have grown" so great? Why from'.reHotel! rark' Bllr 'n"1 at next thirty de,,_. before reaU- advance,
fuwii prices on
box: : of 100 pounds below the price to give up the advantages of a peaceful given. .

.Ii the ordinary trade. The price to Amer. people for the dJsuchautiiges of a warlike o00oooTOW.NLEY'BROT'HE'RS

Jeans is kept about $1.DO per box (the people? "They that take tho sword Using Firearms In Public Planes and Selling
1 ...... a OHIO COTTAGE,
Amount of the duty) abovethe price of shall perish with the sword." That Weapone to Mlnora. ,

44 foreign/ "plates The American con Judgment threatens not man alone, but D..no.NIt' FIBBAUMH IN Punl."'.-Whoever The Ohio Cottage is the name
sumer the duty (to the trust), and dlMchnrgen on any publln highway, or Id
pays the
also e\'el'y' nation that Indulges of a first class boarding house conducted '1
any unincorporated vlllono, within three
the foreign consumer gets the benefitof dream of universal empire. Why not hundred yards. or any premlHea.any firearm, by Mrs..Nina Crosgrove nnd

American: competition In the world'smarkets. avoid the stupendous blunder of the'I' without the permlmilon from the ourupatit REAL ESTATE AGENTS :Miss MinnieGibson) corner of Poin-

acquisition these Islands by helping sold premium, or In the defence of life, limb or and Fern Streets. ,
r:.." Protection: is a lovely scheme as seen their people establish a government'j property ahnll bo pimlHhixl by Iniprlaoumont, setta Boarding ;
the protected trust or the foreign MIAMI FLORIDA can be had by the week or meal, 4
by not
of their own based upon republican j I exLOodlnn nlxty days, or by a One not ,
consumer. There are 75,000,000: Americans principles and thereby continue to be exceeding, ; fifty dull are. at reasonable rates., '.

.- who da not share In the blessings the beacon light of liberty and clvlll- AN ACT Prohibiting Killing Capturing or aooooo

of.protection unless they enjoy bear. satlon to all the world? Shooting any Deer Alligator, Crocodile, t.
found.jBy .
Jug the manufacturers sing praises to Water-Fowl. er any Wild Bird (Except Bargain In Orange drove In the n,,
.: protection and seeing them dance Crowe),Within One fill* of the Incorporated vlilnlty. of Miami., ;Nina; acre In the Street
..: ; around the protection fetich tn this THE SOUTH IS IGNORED.No Town of West Palm Beach Florida ill tritct Five arms +In bearing' grove -- A ; subscriber on Datura on.ranunry .
J. 4 yearn old. Small, cot tune. WillM. /*- s aStli 1902: ,one bill .of the denomination ,
...i case those who dance do not pay the Hectlon 1, Any person or parsons whoHholl .. PRY SO per cent on InveHtment. xT T 5 I rl
fiddler. Tile overfed manufacturersdance Republican Cabinet Timber I. kill, capture or shoot any deer. alligator, I bargain at Four Thousand I>ollura. | 1 of $-. Loser can bn\e "'

to their hearts' content while Southern State. I I crocodile, water-fowl or any wild. bird (exuvptlng ( I lame by proving- property and paying

: 75,000,000 chumps put their hands In The Republicans In congress who crown), within one mlle_or the corporation I cost of this adverlUeoient. 1.31-1902. \

: their pockets and pny the fiddler. And have planned to reduce the south's representation I limit. of the town of Went. Palm "Why pay rent,when yon can buy We have desirable bualnesa prop. J.H. ,Dtcic.
( Vouch, Dado Florida, shall be
have County -from Bro. nice
dear fiddler Is protection 1 Onsugar because certain states pun- lowalny "IoM arty 10 Mlmnl improved and oolm.
what a lohbd. conviction thereof, cottages from y7ooAe ,Ioee.o ene.ey
I on by line not exDeeding ,
deny. .
constitutional for
provisions ale terms.'C.
proved 00
alone, according to recent estimates adopted &e.al. easy,
one dollar nor l its. than \
by the sugar people themselves Ing to Ignorant well ask negroes themselves the right why tor r ten dollars, or by ImprlHonment ootexceeillnK r s r T jiiJ i ii! s ,Beautiful Building lots For Sals. .1 \,
we pay $100,000,000 a year because of vote may j ninety days nor IIMH than ten the duty. Two hundred million dollars the black belt has not produced a man both Due Rod ImprlHonment at thedlHcretlonof The Lakevi.w'addition to the

more can be added because of the du- worthy, of a place In the cabinet. 'the court Town of WestPalm Qofcb. la l "DOW 1 :'I

ties on Iron steel and wool. Five hundred Attorney General Knox and Post. AN ACT to Amend Section 9517 el the Re- opened upand..plattsd, o,that, persons .'

million dollars a year is a small master General Smith are both from vlud 5tatutea Refuting to Tr..p..... on A. J. CRIPE ,desiring ,to secure suburban .

estimate of the cost to us of this fid- Pennsylvania. Mr. Smith's resignation Farm Qardena.....; residence lotseery .one covered '
never tire of his music leaves that stato with but one cabinet Section 1. That Section :3S17 of the Re- I- "
dler. we
and his bills? B. V U. member, but the appointment of Governor Pined Htntntea be .o amended aa to teed' on HEADQUARTERS FOR with .n splendid, nftb of young> r ,: ,

Shaw to the treasury portfolio follows Section' :lISt T. Whoever take and trees, ran do so .at very reasonable :.,

Iowa two members, lion curruta. away from any farm.jtarUen,orchard figures. : ,
.: will give ,
'fO..O.! ,
... t Vaasa' MI.leading James Wilson, secretary of agriculture; orange or loin,,trove or destroys any farm Fine Jewelry Novelties Artistic Shell Goods This splendidly latd-out addition ,
The Shipping World of London has prttdncta vegetable' *, frulta or flowers, corn and
being a resident of that state. Missouri just RonlH of town CUB not be surpassed ,
cotton from the
L.C7 trouble In picking to pieces Senator or atalk. or Irom any vineyard
r no Ilnnna'a oM repeated statement that has a cabinet member In the person ( any grape ol any money value without in Souvenirs, Wedding, ; Black Aluminum ;Nov-. in location, and very.. soon '
of Sir.. Hitchcock, but with that exception tloconsontofthe, shall I 4
$200,000,000 of American money is paid owner or manager first-olee. streets will be graded
in the entire south Is without a placeIn lie l punished by ImprlHonment uot exceeding, Birthday and Holiday cities Toilet Articles and and :
annually to foreign shipowners paywent everything 'necessary, suppliedto 1"
,yr? the president's official household, despite three month or by a fine not exceeding fifty
<. for ocean freight charges. *make It the ,most desirable home ,
the fact that one state In the (dollar, or by both such imprisonment and Gifts. Toilet Sets in
( "Of course this declares The ShippIng ," ,north or west Is accorded two memo Hue at the discretion .ol the court. a a Sterling. set.-lion on the West Side: ,of Lake t ,
World "is misleading nonsense
bers. If the president felt any Interest Worth..

to an assertion as follows which :it proves"From,85 or to tries 00 in the party In this section, would he OF DISSOLUTION. A Fall Line !pi>>f taint Magailnes and Periodical liwtvi On Hand. Come early, and get, your choice:
prove In closer touch with NOTICE : while
per cent (much more indeed) of the not put himself of( lots prices are low.

out in cost the southern Republicans? The partnership heretofore existing be- J'
are paid
freight earnings '
provisions coal repairs It 1 I' remarkable that In the thIrty. twoen the: undvralffnetl hoe b,*eu illHHOlvecl 1 by West Palm 'Beach. TROPICAL REALESTATE EXCHANGE,
-ot navigation five In which the Republican antualcnnmutJ.C. Hummer, auniMi, all Under Seminole Hotel,
w general depreciation, administration. years llnbllltlpaof the fir,. and I I. fully autborlxud A.GEN .
i'i c party has bad opportunity to grow tu to rnllrat nil claims and account due them.. ITMtfW. ,
' and other expense"
l9 "' '" About. Insurance one-half of these payments are the more southerly states'It has produced Went Palm head, Flu. J. C. Summer" Office in Tropical Sun Blot) 'k.Don't ,

and into only two or three men who J, P. Bolnnd. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAC'.AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAA. '
'4j, made in American ports go were deemed deserving" of cabinet Jan. 21,1902 l- -4t..U. ,
all the712"r =
'e American pockets. Not even
for In a places) If the Republicans so Ignore HEIM. W. BaO.VDWELL, M. D,, Phy.lclan and Burgeon : .
foreign owners
profits go to their brethren In these parts, It must Registered Pharmacist,office In Bra Store Forget
4M1n w' large number of Important instances ', ,
s and bo for cause.) The explanation easily ,
;;, some of the owners as managers found. All that Is needed is to take a 11
c. shareholders, reside in Ameilca' and In national DICP"R""T or Tae INTCHIOBOrnia COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY That we have, at all times. ;'
southern delegations
t r American citizens. Senator look at LAeu AT OAINCDVII, F1.A_} .
:' are often Republican conventions, to note the Jan IR ioul. a choice Hoe of ,
ii and knows. IIKIM &; IIJtOAD WELL
Hanna is a shipowner
t conglomeration of small caliber: white Notice l.. hereby given that the, following
; The Shipping World doesn't figure the of Ignorant named settler has flied notlna of his Intention. Proprietor
I ; ,. what we do pay and perhaps the men and swarms to make dual iirmtf tn support of bl.el.loli.and FLORIDAANDWESTERNfti
:Just blocks, who In the main, are clamorous that. proof will be undo before John B. .
senator will content himself with sayIng So the convention Bcilly; ,ilh. S. Conimlaaloner: at Weil Palm
half the sum he mentions for spoils. soon as ?tent, Ha, on Kcbiirnrr .... 1901, via: Prank
that even adjourns the door Is slammed In Water,a devisee' for the devlnev of James OKlndey Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals.
is quitd a drain on the nation's re- faces of these southern brethren deed of Nei: |tare,Nta'.Hda0By1 for the EATSLive
1 sources. the ten 4 ned 5,Sea 26 and lot *, Bee. 97, Tp.40 B." ;
and they have no part In national councils. B. Yet certain are Insistent name the following witnesses to prove
lloree .< A.ot... Color. congressmen states should nonttnnoiia rviiUletice. upfmatnt nultlvatlon A FULL LINE OK- and Dressed Tur-
Somebody once said that Boston wail that the southern ol aa1lnnl.. via: Thomas J.Zegler.of, Nfp- -
du- permit these blacks to vote regardless tune F'a, Noah Jonee. of Neptune Fla, Perfumes Rubber Goods, Chickens. Butter
always ready to give the negro aa read. The Republic Plank homely, ol Neptune Fa.| .< William ... keys, ,
; cation and then give him a railroad of their ability' to L, tub, of Ktptuue> Fla. Toilet Articles, Cigars and
r, for the south. The remark Is re ans have no use for the negro except 1-17.61 W. O. ROBIN8OV Register. Cheese, Eggs, Etc.
ticket In In campaign years and men ,who arc and Stationery. Tobacco
that three I
called by, the tact I
do all In their
perfectly willing to Il
Mass.. refused accommodations l FOR PUBLICATION.Notice ,
from power to make the black man a source NOTICE :2-ILt PALMS BLOCK. WEST PALM BEACH.
I to Booker T. Washington. ,I of Prompt Attention to Mill Orders '
of annoyance to the white people I. hereby given that the following
the Massachusetts point of view the tho south him neither social nor DllmUt..1tlor. b... filed notice of hln. liitontlonlo min.almmmYmm.m.Y.m..m.mm.v... .r
southern outcry, against President make llnal proof la disport of his claim and
to political I equality In the real Republican th&tmilil. proof will htf ,mal a hof im. John II.llelllv ----,. '
q ., Roosevelt for Inviting Washington In Washing I II, 8. Ciimmlaaloner at Uli.mtJfl. on Faber Bro's MarketWest
family gathering' :
to .
ought ,
dinner was absurd. Anybody Muruh 15th ant via: ;i
,.olWashington's ton.-Atlanta Constitution.Inja Nnnli C. Jonu,ol Neptune, Kin, HomenteadMH7J CITY MEAT MARKET
,;) be proud to dine with a gentleman ,lor the. 8-k.!: V se.... ..1'p. *1* H.4 It.Ho :.
', attainments.. Such. malta names tie, following wltn_.-to provehlirnntluuonenetdonon
;; '...- table of southern .tl.. A..J' upon,and eullivatlonof ..Florid ,and Western ,Meats, Poultry: Game and Eggs. Palm Beach.
; was fU to grace the any naM lanit,via, : Jam.. 1UII,Jr."t Neptiino,
'. gentleman. When it comes to having There seems to be a doubt as to t le.. U..rllO W.Tlndnll nr NxIdune plat !101-; Mali Orders Receive Careful Attention 1-1-19Oa .. ,; ''

f1' a "nigger" In a white man's hotel which we ought to do. temporary injustice ward, Whbllen.of Fls.1 Nsplunehis.K. M.l1S'I..i

, ; |'n a Massachusetts town. however or permanent Injustice In the -, .f tli Neptune, W.O' aOBtrSO. Register: .,.,,? Jefferson Block, WEST PAI.M ,BEACH. SubSeribe for TIF} S'4' ,

J that's ,another lDatt r.-Detroit li'n."I.t" matter of Philippine tariff legislation, I. ..t' '

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);. the opening of the rCll'ntJndus! the : ; }

j I ,l} trial bazaar held under the auspic? ot, d al or d.grgW a if ur te 11Btever ay say. areliglu t''R I 3 llnd of H"Ise i !raMi.1111.i sporting: Q oo t"

,' the United Trades and Labor council%\ NOTARY PUBLIC.'CW e '.,. ; "Blue .
a h' r of r Let I t m ... Flamelrerokeae011.1o.e.. ,
: ,,3 aivlsIoIT of Monelie teJ7"; I tZn 4gc'f' 4 i IDi ',,w. ,3 81'1'8. M.rrl 1 u item', Punt
', of the Canton rebea ti 4t edilt m 1 ? ,C "' ,}p "" : : Y rdwyliLasa atgF1Y sized
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?t. ,i ':1 delivered the following address: / / j etlrs a e 'tdt. IpiB ciht d.aV.t .' ', <: $ 1&im&r $%M6iK&tjLlYb + '' I '. .,. ,.,.'.'I'4"-,: ;" "!..lC". ':, \.,".'.. \I, ..'-:""":;:'111:t ....ttJt.n..:'!..;:, ::1 .....H.!.", ;: 1
How doubt that with lt \ bat altlou a in b jtb; .-tt it & i iifri
i cnn wo .ttf,1fiq A p Y "IT. ri
:: the gospel : :3YWotsge tife$ 11 us- ept yP ti 1rKt ; it dlip ldapb, Da4i Cuelfy 1ntlls ; !: !..tq' Y i", ,tt, \ ,,, .; ;
: ? ft and )!n)vSr* gin, : > ". .. .. ..11 ',<;> 'l Y ";', .,'.... ." .' ,.1 'r" ,r.,\1. "r '
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u' '".:: .: worsr.It>B :aB:t al 1 ,:iwn'' t R,lIo e hl1 ,AN y, i 1 n'With t''td_ hlid IYMik snarl{" Saf"ac' ',." : : I !j'"" ."\ "*

r ,$ ,;: ,t.. bumble, wed\ he. ."wf'h, t avex'" '1 w J f1e1f this etaaif etptdassellti' ,i iwr'>t j ti ciboaeuA; : 1 ., i \'t .J', i, .* 'I,I :;;2'"

;. and'powerfuL I self from time totJUo1ie'1tntaeLprobInnifwe | 1L

(.J. [[ poverty was 80 great thnt- on are called to consider! let -all meet :

\ one occasion Ho-eaiJ, alraAst .;. fctcriit''ssT"wriio" all our dlfflcullles, knowing that-one J. LEWIS. '
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'. "foxes HTH'e"\ lioles; and app'eal 'Is""to tad fonltlenee"ut t Tnnn; ,.. 'Un kirts Wholesome 'Food. \. ;
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,;: the birds of the air have nests, but the that the conscience of- man is the true AT10KNEY-AT-LAW NOTARY rand $4.00: -' !:*' ,':,

IG'':' ,1(', Son of MUD bath not where to lay his expression of the divine and that sooner PUBLIC 1 Rate $$.00 Per Week; '. f''In'. ,

J' yk}:, + Lend. lIe was a worltlngtnnn and .or Inter In God's time the divine Agent of the U. S.Fltlallty*Guaranty Co.,of ,'" '&<' "
kl: '" Ills friends were workingmen, and, he i iJ must prevail. Baltimore, Md. Table Board 4.50 Per' Week'f' 1

,J \ and remained Office at corner ofdumatla, Avenue und Nar- "
; \I .walked with the poor '
9t .)! .t I risxusHtre,* ,ovor Strubm'.Live. 14-1901 : .**\
.r '. with them to the day of his death. tdeat aaaE.Y. Went Paint Jleauh.tT .
Corner ;Polnaett
k '1 The next fact Is that the opinions of r, Bolton Hall contributed an article- to Whit 0 and' Banyan

Christ were the opinions natural to a the New York Journal's symposium on .UUANNINO, Pique and $$1-to! .streets,J'-tfju-l/'j/..,'.",*;' Ji '

t. worltlngaiun who saw the shenitbI .'How to Create Ideal Sunday" in jU.. WEST .PAL1* 13EACt1. ,.t;hAvl.",

I,.. that poverty gives ,and the burden recall SvUlch be Bald: Attorney aud Coutisollor-at-Lan', ,11.r-tt ;',. ""'' ..:' (,
which wealth Imposes. Need I With relief from..the grinding toll ''"

i" the parable of Lazarus to show yon that drive -men for relaxation (<>nico; over Dank) '
h- thnt In Christ's view the possession of to all manner of excesses and West 1 ,DunCK .& RlEOlU; ,
., ;:". riches was a great danger to the bu- !with full payment in wages for labor 1902 cow Duck Skirts 3' 5O U ; Propr) ;*or. v

h i ti won soul? done the workingman may be trustedto I Palm,, <
i,' \>"''; '. Need I remind you that he said It create an Ideal Sunday for himself. lV It. ANNO, >

t 1 '.' was easier for a cnuiel to go through There will be. no": need for free car ..

.J' ".; tho eye of a needle than for. a rich rides, free excursions or similar philanthropies ATTORNEY-AT-ltW. Beach: -. .. ..

.: .11'':, man to enter tbe kingdom of heaven which serve only to distract Office-Front Room Hatehctt Building Ave, D,

,, .;', to prove that bo had a poor man's opinions attention from our social wrongs Miami Florldi. 4-18-190 I D rug',
.. about( rich men and that It seems end to delay the Inevitable dnt 'of settlement CORSETS--SHORT; -
," ')) be just to them I
us If he couldjinrdly WORLD'' :
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_'t.:. The final fact Is that the prayer "Bread and the circus" did not save Q.KO. : .. -='-Stor< .

': 1 '. f.. which we call the Lord's prayer the ;[Rome. ATTORNEYATLAW.O"D" White and Colored :

.' t only prayer which Christ taught his Let be honest. iu State and Federal Court. ; e'
'j;;; ua practice -DBAtBBS % +
'1t:: &$: ::: people, the prayer Into which, presumably The plan of "reformers," legitimate (All btmliiea entrusted. will receive. prompt tat"oflSoii "- \ I .., +
from whatever
be gathered
up ..descendants of the Pharisees are to Brown Building Ave D and lath : ""

:. ,'. .I.. sources the whole' sum of his ( the-people small parks to "pro- BtrutiC. Toilet
"give" Articles
jil I ,j, '' : teachings all his parables and sermons ,Iv1<1e" concerts, to "furnish". rational MIAMI FLORIDA : | Remember, We are Leaders in our Line.. : Drugs ":

_': :; Is asocial message' of overwhelming "build" libraries for '
entertainments to ,
I. \\o,, Fine ,'
;; : force. 'Stationery:
\, them and so on to infinity: and to disgust II ATKINSON, t '
1\\ ); Look at It clause by clause. It begins '
and then to restrict and govern '
.. Y .; with tlv words, "Our Father. aATTORNEYATLAW 'A.S. BOTSFORD & CO \
.' '/: the people so Jhut they may do>> what ,, Druggist's Sun 'ies.PrescripttonsCaretl111yCompqund.d.
( II pould anything more plainly Indicate :
: !jwe want them to do. NOTARY PUBLIC I
.' i' If Goo Is ,
". the equality of all men? .
I What the people want of us "upper MIAMIj FLA.i1 :(
1 our father all men are our brothers, classes" la to "get off their backs" -ld-i" .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AATo East Coast LJuBlueartHolicited.WEHT ..
and the laws which give higher power .

Z > 1: and authority to one man than to another ,with taxes our and laws our land and our rents bonds and and our mo-our i JAJIES K. ANI>ltp\VS, PALM. (KUAOU.: ,6.1 0 1!1\' :

t which allow one man to govern --- --
:Inopolles) and so to let them give and I ,
for no better reason than that he was build''forthemselves ATTORNEY-A T.LA W.NOTARY,
and furnish and
born the eldest son and condemn another PUBLIC .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl'. ,
all that they need. We exploiters '
: to serve because be was born Introduce Ourselves .
never create one of these Prosecuting! Attorney of Brorard Co '-
the second son are manifestly contrary things. We merely hire the people to von. ,
to Christ's first principle of the relation lIT, PIERCE AND TxTusviti.8:, Fi.1. t
1., of man to man and man to God do them and pay them with money S-28-lyi .
,which they have earned but which. .we Watchmaker
The Lord's prayer says, "Give us '
J have got. '. And work, we tire doing' Crown and Bridge work at rid ioaiouaiyIow )
r ,i this day our dally bread." Could anything themselves will GEO. ]M.\ 110U1I1.KS, ':. and ")Jewelee
But the by '
I Indicate more clearly the desire I I, prices. Come in and see the. worlt we are doing'' this week . .; 1
i never get rid of us. They en mint trust! ,: .
for relief from economic distress or Attorney and Coanaalor-at-Latu, r'-'
i another mid they do not unite. You c 1n't get better work anywhere. '
one ,
doom to more absolute condemnation X ARTISTIC'e \
Almost the only lisa of the Educated Iu Slatd and Federal Courti '
which Will practice '" 7 '
tbe laws of laud and capital on ;
classes) today Is to tench the Ignorantbow '
o permit one man to live In boundless .TITUSVltXE FLA. Dr. MILLER
luxury while they require another to to get rid of us and of our regulations ,I taiyr. WOOD or METAli; ",
and to show them how to use
linger In the misery of want? .
their to create ideals for them I i. METCALP
I liberty n-no-tf PARLOR
The Lord's prayer says, "Forgive us GUY -

., our trespasses, as we forgive them selves. I NOTARY PUBLIC In ZAPH BLOCK, .
999 ii thut trespass aguinst ...u Coal d uuj- of Name' I'nlan. licit dour South orSEMINOLE .

I r tblng speak plainer on the true relation Those Limitation interested in tbe formation of- for the State of Florida at Large. ,- Ask Your Grocer For HOTEL

of to society and Lessee anrt' Contraota Entrance '
man organized a nurses and attendants' union have : Decci MortgBRem: ,
', I the duty of nation to nation or condemn concluded that they cannot enforce urufted.Conveysnringisspecialty.. WEST: PALM BEACH FLA. _

{ more absolutely the barbarous methods of All. Work Guaranteed Legally. Cnrrect. '
their demands In the usual
methods of settling International disputes Olllce<< Iu fnopiCAlinUN Block, 'Krpurirnceil ffnrkman. sn.P .
; Cleaning
: that of callinga .. .
trades unions generally Went Palm Bunch. U ii County. Florida.VAI.LACE ( ,
I dona.10t
by recourse to arms? sympathetic strike In case their 'Clover dale Itupn ring: Illrully

Above all tbe Lord's .
prayer toys
rules are not compiled with. To accomplish It. HOSES YIYYIYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYWheel ,
:y "Thy kingdom come, thy; will be done this they would need the cooperation '.::.,.

1c,. on earth as It Is done In heaven," and of the doctors, druggists and Sucoataor to A W Robert; ---

.. surely nothing could the more conduct completely'of the undertakers. First, the doctor! would REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE '
have to refuse to prescribe) for the pa- Butter .Chair Livery : ::
J'+ t churches which recognizing In all tient and the druggist would have to Agent for Went. Palm Bench Town Lots. ,'alas
tll West fBlm Bunch wnter Works. '
the frightful of the existing -
: Injustices
ages _
i Fl.(. d refuse to compound the prescription. NOTAHY PUBLIC....,. ';.
}! order, have counseled resignation Clotnntln" Avtnuo, nnnr Ullve; ,
the ground that tbe worst evils If a nonunion doctor were secured the ll-il-lV! Wwl Palm Ueaoh. Florida.. New Wheels ... { j1,".
,:' on undertaker would be compelled to refuse *
tI I of the world the crying Inequalities The Best in the Market ": 1
to handle the remains of the Polite Attendants
1) 91. D.
of tbe classes, the awful eitravagnucea L. .
who bad been treated by a doc :. .
4 4 f L fir w << of the rich and tbe fearful privations -; tor or received medicine from a drug HOMtZOPATHIST.WEST Prompt' Service" '
of the
of the are a part
i a gist who was not In sympathy with
t ", divine ordinance and paradoxically' PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. EVERGLADE' PROnUGE"'GODistributorS "

/'' '1 enough evils only to. be remedied In the nurses. The wbole programme Bed. .lunee oppnHlUi !MckthmlHt] Chtirvh. OfficelvniailH 1
I t'' '+ would be looked upon as Inhuman, and Avenue, next. to toMonlu. Temples I
another and! better spbcre.
: tho good will of the public would be Olllus hours H to O ".11I.,a to4 and T to S p.m. Wheelmen furnished who ire. familiar
Can there bo a more direct message' "Sundays, :2 to 4 ....IU.Mp..I..1 .
against the union. Under these circumstances -
(f) to the living world than this message! Attention Given to DlHuajieH. of -
they have concluded that tbe Women. and Vlilldreu.If ti-int with all points of interest on both -
,' of the gourd? You may call It unpractical
of the organization will ex-
.L and Utopian and out of harmony purpose .
aides of Lake Worth. '
t tend only for better conditions In a leg. i
with tbe progress of civilization;; O. HOOD, ill\ .DjPHYSICUN
J! islative' way; In public institutions,such The Grand
vj t: P'w you may say that Christ Is an anarchist OpeningOF
as shorter.bours, better pay and more AND SURGEONOffloa
t: and that Christianity Is a
; rigid examination for admittance to
dream but cannot that the JONES & SPEED .Prop's.West" .
1': you positions.-Chicago Inter Ocean. over Strohra'i tore, WEST 1'ALM ; .
iuN-' gospel. Is not profoundly concerned *
BKACII.: ltu ldenc DOor Royal Polnelana -
t\ I with the social and economic problem'

,; :k t n of the world In which we live. The S rlk. sad .h. La1 el. Hotel.PALM. BEACII. II-t' Palm Beach, Florida.

The labor programme Is a profoundly A printer prominent In the Boston CARL SCHREBNie&CSHONEST & ,

religions and Christian propaganda. Typographical; union said recently! that II I). POTTER, M. D., -C- ,

Its leaders the strike was tbe only effective weapon LSs '
whoever and whatever ) may '
'Order i
r' J3 filled fpr Choice Indian
11 i be. mid the powers that are against It; of labor. He was wrong'event froma 8-38-98 WEST PALM BEACH FT:A. PROFIT HOUSE
: printer's point of view. It Is' not asa _A
,;, > ; are profoundly Irreligious and pagan
.,.', c + whosoever and whatsoever their advocates striker that the worker Is bowed to, River Oranges. ii-i.it' 1t-- +

s. are.What shaken bands with and smiled at, but Q. 1 PLATT8; M. D. Commences
"" asa customer. The customer Is the -
Is the pagan concept of govern.
I' ? The of man who owns the shop and the workingman :
ment concept government
pagan New Idea Trunks. '
't4 Is authority and that alone justifies Is a customer. Telegrams." delivered all lioura of tlw day ,, ;

the unoonstltuted rights tIle Inequalities When he rises in bis might as a collective and ulRllti1.1gIgu t cYlr

A' the barbarities and the miseries customer then will all men call FoHt riERCit. Fla. -, Saturday FebrnarylSand

i 'g5 that civilization has for 2,000 him king.-Unloa Boot and Shoe' Work Ull." IIOUOltTON :
e er. ,
yews been striving to break down. I

;. The Christian concept of govern- "DENTOS" -
Labor Te..l. Fo floftom.
meat II Is right and that asserts the valiu PHONE'ii '
Boston Is the latest city to consider _
will last three days
i Tp, of the Individual soul I. the father- 1
the project of building a labor temple WEST PALM: B8AC
,l hood of God, the brotherhood of men .
{ and In all likelihood the worklngmenof
+ nil that thoso la
mid Imply uniting
that city will hare 'one before long. T. DANIEL ,
? : i mankind Into one family. After agitating tbe question for several "L'. Ladies and Gentlemen of West'and "
,,, In there anything In the spirit of the DENTI8T. '
pro_rllmme of the labor party which ;years the Central Labor union East Palm'' Beach and Lake 3tn ttM n
baa set to work to accomplish the object \ COCOA, INDIAN BITXB.FLOttlUA.l-M-M 911"p'
1; la contrary to this Christian concept a, ,
, : of government Nothing': whatever. and a committee has been appointed Worth,are cordially invited ti
to confer with the Building >
W The labor programme Is a religious rr.D., HUO\VX,
' Trades council and report plan for
r 6 propaganda !and above all a Christian
the erection of a building. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
, ''p. a'., propaganda.Dr. \
rl 4! 'k llurnuck in bfs recent Berlin lee- Pious and. apeclfleatlont prepared All New Bright Desirable' Goods Tha Stallmaii Dresser
.. .. work Attention at
te! t 6- turf says truly that there Is hardly Labor War &xp t Jobbing; given: prompt. ,
i'' } nn.rtlitng more pathetic than the anxiety I A terrific labor war is expected In St. Rh<>"p>ou DaturaStf.ee.GEOLtQE Reyreaenta.. sew (den fn trunks. U I I. a

of people of the most contrary' Loiils. The building trades demand thai t O. BUTLEK. display, at Reasonable .Prices. tray portable. m dreg place lag fur cane everything,with drawer*front. A fnatcad hat to of a

oplnluits[ to rediscover themselves and all work In their line for the World's collar bulloo,and the bottom !I. a .c:<'h.lbl..
fair be done t onion They the top. C'JtltaIlO) more than Rood box trunk 1
their of view In Jesus >y men. con .
e. own point CIVIL ENGINEER Hhlppd C O IX. with privilege to examine '
Christ so a* to get a share of-him and : tractors' league b/is lauued Its ultimatum AND CARL SCHREBNICK "_".0'Hump,for IlluiUraUd C8lalJIU",1'; '

't +, to claim him or a UttlO bit of him, for la which-It !II declared that sympathetic ; DEPUTYCOUNTYSURYEYORFOR .._ F: A. STALLMAN / '
strikes' will not be tolerated DADE COUNTY ,
their own. But surely It is not going
and nonunion men will t. hiied when Local Aceut for the T..anU D partmeiil of the Honest Profit House !S**'We.<< Bprlna; Street, >
if Jesus In our '
far to say that ) were r. a.C. Ky I'OMPA O -..1.461"IWo T.I-t,. C(>>JLU't Bin. 'OHIO, e""
(; midst today he :would, M Hunack:, neceiaary. l" ,



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Oar Policy In the Philippine sod Mia I.. II. lliuilr?, Kv< Grant any.REAi. .
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The ,, Protected Trusts Dance I In an article In January Forum .piano _" .tiy"arr.fto 13:oo". : i TEL: 'SEMINOLE Wnt Palm Beach Florida t-4-.vn CUTLER,FLORIDA.
John F. member of
Shafioth congress
,::,k: :and( the People Pay. .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTfTsFlSU '
from Colorado says: Ito 0It
'. I,,' : "", '", "h"", ,' .'1. ,'; and .. ---- _
:" \ ,,',\\ : \ itt: ,!t'( ," I""J.<: /. The great wealth development Brelsford Bras
of our country have arisen from tho AND OY8TKHH. All kinds of flab. of .
\ :!I )(;) >< !r.OfS'! .! PRODUOTS'I tact that we have bad peace and that also fresh Indian River oysters ever;; I Overlooking beautiful Lake Worthy facing ,the 'Hotel i

1"I'i"1 1,\ ";: .I >'"',.,,4" ,;';tk', ;,:, ''7.'Mi";"tl,-1 1ft;'") .' -- .. we have not been compelled'to Impose day. Shad, shrimp, crawfish and clam if Royal Poinciana ; a first class homo like blltel. 'Near'' Real Estate and Insurance,

\ ", ;., '", ", ( 'I"- * Typewriter, Tin Plat. 8l..l- a constant i tax on our industries and in season. FaBit: DNr.1vEay, PHONB 3. .' !

'\\NI", ",, ,."\',"'''.<..':I'' ;' :" 1 'IIr ., ,
" '" ,,J;";,,( ';," <'(''It ,_'ir''o Europeans at Oue-halt to Three- no vie, With our sovereignty removed o or' able servIce, clean cooking, Courteous trel1t. ,
II I ''''''I'' j Notary Public. Cottages to Rent
,\ ,1 igasrterr. /Io ,
: : 1 I of the Prleea Demanded from the Philippines and tvith our Pure water fa'essential to good health. If.
". ,',. ,+ "' 'J\" '.."I//0.,,' ",' ,' Gt Cnnenraem at Do..... sources of income practically unlimited : ment Clf 'gaests. House newly Jurnlshed" under ,
"i ,>7 ,:'J ',..Ji S i" / The splendid quality of sterilized: ''"water PcMtofllM BnndingNorthol:
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'','''J4.'ecprllnc' we should etlll be able to pursue o new anall'ement. Experienced white help' nly 'wlll' be 8.1.1901 Polnclana Betel"
tf" !' J'\f\r\ \ : ,, to The Oil, Faint and used in the manufacture of their Ice by Y
,I .If "V ,Drug. Reporter or Dee 28, the lead our policy of peace and good 'will with the Lake Worth Ice Factory insures a i employed In all departments Beat of .Oehleg, lend a

'+' ''' *x!I''i;;;t1 UCthag for a great while} been selling! out tear Of foreign aggression.In pure product. C Furnished Room. To Rent.
:t,;' ':, and Rates '
''. ? lead abroad for about 2 cents per view of the situation In China boating, goodhunting $2 to $3 per day

tho Philippine Islands are supposed i For terms apply to G. Jenkins or
:+ ,' ,pound l lower ,than; to the domestic Homes at $700, 800. |rooo, Jr.zoo,
'1.1., ':" ,:',trade All the prlco here has been by some to bo of great strategic value., |f.3oo, $1,600 $r,75o, |1,800, $2,000, C. A. K.eaneY,1efferson block,West Palm

.. :. r. about :4, cents, tho export price must It is very Improbable that we Bhnll $2,200. $2,300. $2,500, $2,750. $3,000, Yy J. O. SUMMERS ''g{ Beach. Ir-t5-tf. ,
.... ..; '
/ .. N been ever have any difficulty With the Chinese and upwards Call on the Tropical o.
have" about 2 cents
per because our interest is l identical Real Katate; Exchange: : and make your U ,. J'RUPRi1tTORtf e''!
'The Import: duty which The Oil, Paint investment before pncelladvanced.KRIPPENDORP'S S Will Be Sold,at a Sacrifice. I
thelr -luam the preservation
with .
and Drug Repottcit thiuks is "absurdly ly. 10
of the integrity of the Chinese empire NOlioiioSepAO9s07ro7so9soteoSeo7soAo 1'1 of A No. pineapple land
high" Is 2% cents per pound. It is this Ao7soiso5so7eottC7tokolsolso3eo5ro7e p 124 ,
duty which prevents Americans from But even It we were otherwise; why LADIES'( SHOES near Lantana, will be sold at a ,4
keep) soldiers (100 to 1.1>00' miles! fiomth at ANTHONY Baos. *
getting lead at about; ,the same price sacrifice. Twenty acres cleared; small, f
paid by foreigners to our own dear infant possible scene of action, with avery SHBBN Civil Kngineering; and Surveying ,. R. HIGHTOWBH comfortable house on the land; Lake

'lead trust, 'It' te this duty which. limited transport service, and It --------- Locating and Netlmating'Tlmberboth( Pine. roptnge., Owned by a DOll resident who

takes 2 cents out of the lean pockets of Is should suggested bo sold, by, when the we way could, that plats this 4 ,. LARGE NEW HOTEL. and and Vegetable Cyprcu), Larvae Selecting a Specialty end Grading, Orange Sheen h & HightowerPRANKIYN h sunable, to give it 1Itlentl, n. ,;Por spot +

American consumers Jor every pound cash this property will! be sacrificed/ to
them on our own concession at Shane- My profeailon has carried me over all parts Irthe
.,-. ... of lead sold and puts them into the fat hat, as the French, Germans and The 'PALM BEACH of the Kouthorn peninsula of"Florida, and by first comer. Address jor call on the
pockeU of the trust magnates. It is English have done? ,! pel'8O..alob.o..lIo.. I find great opportunities REAL ESTATh1 Tropical Real.Estate Exchange: : W. I.
this duty which doubles the cost Of for profitable Inveittnenta In Timber .
The declslou as to, whether we are j> Maximum. of COUl'ort.LA. : Orange kfetcaif, Manager. *
lead to tho huudieds of Industries for to bold the rhlllpptiie Islands Involvestberefoie f At Minimum ol CoatThree 7? and Vegetable Land.enpeclatty In the wild and
which It Is a raw material aud handicaps the question whether we are .mieuled part*where tha land Is mostly owned Lands for Bale in all parts of -
thorn In competition, with similar concentration for hundred sunny reams. with or by large corporations who have never had the Southern Florida, improved and For Sale.S. .
Milling to :relinquish without bath. Hpncloiiallotunilaand : '
land graded according to quality, but all priced
'foreign Industries which get lead of I 1'lniun froiitluK on .Unimproved.
diffusion, to exchange land power, Lake Worth. the name. Write for particulars # of S.'W. X of Sec. 33 and the S.

"' 'the The same lead manufacturers.Industry Is not an excep enormous natural strength advantages, as to which for sea wo power have,, Orchestra. New York Chef 'J sail Up Box: 804, W.wt. Palm Beach, Florida PALM BEACH and LAVE X or the S, E.: j.( of Sec. 32 Tp. 42 S. of l

tloTi. Alt] of the piotected trusts tear as to which \\e have*"no peculiar advantage $ Out oft at Polntlnna R'wy Station WORTH propertiesncl/ ,tdtup R. 43 E. One-half undivided interest ;

are doing an export business-aud most and to give to the enemy In 'i some, of the nicest/ waterfront Town property. 80 ,acres. P. E. C. Ry. ruD'through
of them are boasting of their export earn conflict the choice of weapons as I We carry a large list of ,the most desirable cottages In town for this property. For further Information

trndo-are charging from 20 to 100 per well as of time and place of battle., I "SIDNEY! MADDOCK Proprietor ale, furnished and unfurnished.'Residences call upon or address, JAcoaT.McCoNN: ,

4. ilSflt More to Americans than to for- With our military power upon laud,, ------------- Palm Beach, Fla. *
"* giifen. The typewriter trust, which we need neither a large army nor a

has for years maintained tho prlco of large navy and require only 'n llgtit :' and Business Blooks

$100. for its standard machines In taxation upon the Industries and people ATTENTION SPORTSMEN !II 1 New 4-Room House Cbeap.

American markets!, has always sold of the nation, which means pros

them for $75 or less to foreigners At perity. Exchanging this for sea power,, Orange Pineapple and Vegetable Lands 'in Eight Hundred' Dollars will,, .buy a

present It is getting but $00 for Its ex- we shall need a navy' equal or supeilot For the information of local new, 4-room cottage neatly painted ,and ,

ported machines. to that of warlike nation and also -; well located bargain property; ,will
any Quantities to suit Purchaser.Call
visitor and all ,others pay 18 per cent on cost, in rentals Callat
sportsmen, ,
Steel rails, steel billets, structural a large army to sustain the results of Tropical Real Estate Exchange 'W. I. I

} steel and other similar steel goods are our naval engagements, involving taxation .interested, it would be well to cut and examine our list. Metcalf,'Manager. 8'9.tr.
almost Invariably sold for export at which will so cripple many of .

from $5 to $20 per ton less than at our industries that they will be una out the following excerpts to paste JEFFERSON BUILDING, West Palm 'Beach, Fla.

home. The duty of $7.84 or more 1 per ble to compete for trade In the markets iu the hat, memorize or otherwise t2-fl-tr Furnished Houses to Let. ,

A ton protects the tt'UlltS' this Infamous of the world, which means adversity.

business, and the American peo- Why pursue a course which will become famllfar with. We have some furnished houses to let F

., r4 pill vote for the party that makes the weaken the military strength of our The citizens,and officers are determined 3E JgataiaU 3SU? ai3KMa for the coming season at from f wo to
duty that protects tho trusts that plunder nation, which will make ,a greater $600 each. Address The Tropical -Seal

: the people. The tin plate trust drain upon the treasury than will be that each and every one Beautiful lneetlnnfnrhotetnrreal- Bargain In Improved, bualueea Estate Exchange for particulars. *
s which'hart cost us' considerable more counterbalanced by the Croats, It "will dense la Miami, fceutingon nay Ito. property In MlamL Will pay 110 : I
laws shall foot, on 11th street Ise reef, on Ave.nue
of these be
during the lust ten which will enforced cent on InYmtment. Cun b e
than $100,000,000 .give to commerce and compel A"150C,feet, This property' per

years, Is now, selling ,tin: plate to exporting us to abandon the policy ander so due notice is hereby ,from near. tlKr-Roynl Hotel Park 1'nlm Hotel liiirimn, 140 lent at bad at a bargain, If avid In the Call on The Tropical Real Estate Ex-

manufacturers at a dollar per which we have grown, so great? Wby JoIOO'I.OO.' next thirty day. change befot. prices on real" advance

box of 100 pounds ,below the price to give up the advantages of a peaceful given.

the ordinary trado. The price to Amer. people for the disadvantages of a warlike ooooooTOWWLEY

Jeans Is kept about $l.tSO per box: (tile people? "They that take the sword bang Firearms. In Public. Plates. and SellingWtepon. OHIO COTTAGE.The .
to Minors.DutrnARaiN .
p-' amount of the duty) above the price of shall perish wltb the suord." That .

Y foreign;:,plates. The American consumer judgment thieateus not man alone, but FIQBAUMM l't1IlLIC.Who. BROTHERS Ohio Cottage is the ;name

pays the duty (to the trust).and also every' nation that Indulges the ever dlHchargoa unlncurporated on Any public highway within ;three or In If a first class boarding house con. .,
the foreign! consumer sets. the benefit dream of universal empire. Why not any hundred. yards of any prenilHee' ,auy flrearuia, noted by Mrs. Nina Cro grove and

of :American competition In the world'smarkets avoid the stupendous blunder of the : without the permlmlon fro.atbeoorupsetof. ,REAL ESTATE AGENTS Miss MinnieGibson, corner of Foin-

i acquisition of these Islands by helping aid preinlnuH or In the defence of life, limb or etta and Fern Streets. Boarding

,- Protection; 1* a lovely scheme as seen their people to establish a government I 1 property, shall be punished' by Imprlaoninent MIAMI FLORIDA an be had by the week or meal.

by the protected trust or the foreign of their own bused upon republican I not exceeding alxty daya, or by a flue not at reasonable rates. .
consumer. There arE' 75,000,000; Amer- principles and thereby continue to be exceeding fifty doIarn! .

Jeans who do not share In tho blessings the beacon light of liberty and clvlll- AN ACT Prohibiting Killing, Capturing or ooooooBnnrata

'.protection unless they enjoy hearing : action: to all the world? Shooting any Deer Alligator, Crocodile, pound. }

the manufacturers sing praises to W.t.r-Pewl er any Wild Bird (Except : In Orange; Grove In. the t
them dance Crow. Within ,of vlilnlty of Miami.; :sine........ In the subscriber Street ,
protection and seeing ). One fill the Incorporated ;3y ,on Datum on,
truct. Five acres" 'In hearing groveL :
around the protection fetich. In this THE SOUTH IS IGNORED Town of West Palm Beach, Florida.. e! 4 yearn old. 8mall Cottage Will January a8th,,1902.: one bill of the des ;'
: those who'dance do not pay the Hwtlon 1. Any person or perxona. whoHholl PRY SO per Gent on InvoHtiiipnt. 'have
v of .
case I oU nomination $- Loser can
Cabinet Timber nrffflln ttt Four Thousand l
overfed manufacturers\ No Republican kill capture or shoos any deer alligator\
fiddler. hearts* content while Southern State. I Crocodile, waterfowl or any wild bird (excepting lura. I :. ame by proving'property Iud paying
dance to their The Republicans in congress who crowa), within one uille.of the corporation cost of this advertisement.( 1.3111902.J.H.DicK.. Ii
hands In
put their 'I.
J ", 75,000,000() chumps the f\(1\ <1ler. And hove planned to reduce the south's rep.resentatlon I limits of the town of Went Palm Why pay rent,whon you clan buy We have deilrablo liuilneia prop. .
I '"' their pockets and pay because certain states have Beach, Dade County Florida, ball be pun- .from 'Io..ley lire.. Miami nice .rtylo Miami, III.pr..d ...,1 untie.oacouyagas -
what a dear Miller Is protection On lHh iloo conviction line nutex. rn $100.00 to $1000.00 on
constitutional provisions deny- thereo\by :,.. .rovod,for sale on easy terms.
.' ';"f sugar alone, according. to recent estimates adopted eroding one,Hundred dollars nor low than 1
I ,", by the sugar people! themselves ing to Ignorant negroes the right to : ten dullare, or by laiprlHonmeutnotexceoUluff taCTt3ETfer7ra7yagtoitZTv? Beautiful Building ,lots For,Sale.
themselves why
;1,. ', '. we pay $100,000,000 a year because of vote may well ask ninety day> nor !less than ten daya, or by The La.keview'addition to the
', the duty. Two hundred million dollarsmore the black belt has not produced a man both fine and ImprlHonment, attnedlacretlon I:
can be added because of the duties worthy of a place In the cabinet. of the court. Town of Wesfe Palm. .Beech is 'now

on Iron, steel and wool. Five hundred Attorney General Knox: and Postmaster AN ACT to Amend Section agir et the Revlaed pened upand.,pUttad, sotlia(1per-( : .

million dollars a year Is a small General Smith are both front Statutes Relating to Treapsexee on C. A. J. CRIPE] Ions .desiring ,to secure; suburban

I '. estimate of the cost to us of this Ild Pennsylvania. Mr. Smith's resignationleaves Farma, Oardena. etc.; residence lota ,every, oqe covered ,
with but one cabinet Section 1, That Section 2317 of the JieVlned ?
,"'I dler. ;Will we never tire of his music that with ,a splendid growth of young:( i
Statutes be amended to rend
of Gov no an
O I B. W. II. member, but the appointment HItA.DQUARTER8 FOR l lfigures.
) bills? do at reasonable
: and his portfoliowill Follower Section 21S1 T. Whoever takee and reel, can so Very,
eruor Shaw to the treasury
currlna away from any '"rm.l1'&rlloU,orchard, '
t Ha!..*'. MMUleadinv !Non' .en..." give Iowa two members Hon. orange or lemon grovel\ or destroys any farm' Novelties Shell Goods This splendidly laid-out addition
of agriculture; Fine Artistic
James Wilson, Jewelry :
World of London huS prodnctevegetables, frulta or rloweru, corn .
The Shipping resident of that state. Missouri Just I'outlof town can not be suf.passed
being a or cotton. from the stalk or from vine
fi 11 t, no trouble In picking repeated to statement pieces SenatorUanna's that has a cabinet member In the person yard any grapeaof any money value any without in Souvenirs, Wedding, : Black Aluminum ::Nov- in location, aud very, soon '

R oM but with that exception shall irst-olass streets will be
of Mr. Hitchcock, tbeoon.ent of the owner or manager grncltd
$200,000,000 of American money In Is payment paid the entlrp! south Is without a placein be punished by Imprisonment nut exceedlim Birthday and Holiday : : cities, Toilet Articles and and everything 'necessary supplied
\it) annually to foreign shipowners household despite three month. or fine not exceeding fifty
,' ;, the president's official by a < o-ruake it the ,most desirable home
e''. for ocean freight charges. fact that one state In tho dollnra, or by both ....ch imprisonment and Gifts Toilet Sets in Sterling.
the I
Lion the West Side of Lake
"Of course this declares The SWp'raw memo flue at the discretion of, the court. C le<: on .
,north or west Is two :, .
World "18 misleading nonsense, Worth.
bers. If' the president felt any interestIn

,.r;;,:.,' an assertion which It proves"From,85 or to trieS 00 the party In this section, would he OF DISSOLUTION.The A Fall Una of Latest I KtgaiinM and Periodicals Always On Hand. Come early and, get your choice
to prove, us. follows: not put himself In closer touch with NOTICE oC( lots while prices are low. '
Indeed of the .
cent (much more,
? '
.' earnings are paid ont la cost the southern Republicans partnership heretofore existing: hetwi TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
freight It is remarkable tbat In the thirty- >on the anil*>mlKned hue been llHMnlv I Hl bruiiitnnl West Palm Beach. ,
.provisions, coal, repairs : allImbllltlce Under Seminole Hotel
rot navigation, In which the Republican oniiHvnt. J, O. Summere aeaumee ,
depreciation, administration. Ave years of the firm. ., and I la fully author!.ed ,22-1' ;A.QEwrs.
party has had opportunity to grow In to r lli ,' Insurance aud other expensey. the more southerly states'It has produced West Palm Ueauh, t la. Office in Tropics! Sun Blot.k.Don't .
J. C Summers.J.
of these payments
c" About only two or three men who P. Bolnnil, NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAttAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1Aaw.
.A ; made in American ports and go Into deemed deserving' of cabinet Jan. 21,1902 l-U4-4t: =
'(Ji/;/) American pockets. Not even all the places. If' the Republicans, so Ignore HEIM.! W BROADWELL, M. I)., Physician and Surgeon ]

profit go to foreign owners, for In a their brethren in these parts, It must Registered Pharmaclnt,otnce\ In Dm Store! Forget, ', ,

i' large number of Important Instances be for cause. The explanation is easily NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ,
some of the owners, as managers andhareboleler" Is to take a i'
needed '
rr America and found. All that.I. COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY That have! at all times '
* (' reside in I DKPAITMIBNT THe INTBKIOB, we ,
r In national .
southern delegations
Senator look at LAND Orrwa AT OAincavii.: FI.A.}
are often American citizens. Republican conventions, to note the Jan, 13 luoi. IIKIBI &; nUOAD"'ELL a choice line of
r known"The :
,'Y llauna is a shIpowner and conglomeration: of small caliber:>> white Notice In. hereby given that tie following .
Shipping World doesn't figure named settler has III..U nottae of hi.. Intention Proprietor'
and perhaps tbs men and the swarms of Ignorant/ 10 make anal proof In support ol hla claim and FLORIDAANBWESTERNMEATS ,
s Just what we do pay. blacks, who In the main are clamor that .al t' senator will content himself witb'sayS the convention Btilly, II. S.: CommlMlonar' at Weal Palmlunch .
be mention ous for spoils. So soon as tie, on Feburarv: 14 1903, vin l PrankWaters :
tbat even bait the sum adjourns the door Is slammed in a devlace' for the rtcvl'i.j. of yemeN. C. Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals.
S !. qultd a drain on the nation' re brethren, hinaleydee'dulNetlunePla..Hdw6y4 for the
the faces of these 1/a.4 and s.Dec.16 and lot >, Mac.a?,Tp.40 8,
t sources. and they have no part In national coun MS.43 N. \,

cils. Yet certain congressmen are insistent lie namea the following wltneuxia to prove PULL LINE or..,
Hone .* Aaotlie* Color. should his flonilnuoua realdenoe upiin,anil nulttvatton A Live and Dressed Turkeys
said that Boston was that the southern states 01 ...... land via: Thomaa J.Zelgler. of Pop.tune. Perfumes Rubber Goods
Somebody once these blacks to vote regardlessof F'. *, of Neptune Pla, Chickens. Butter '
permit boIo ;
the negro an edu Fla.. William I ,
always ready to give Plank McCunly Neptune !
their ability to read. The Republicans Toilet Articles Cigars and
and then !give him a railroad Lamb of Neptune, Pia.l.t,61 Cheese Eggs Etc.
cation Is recalled have no use for the negro except W.. O. ROUIN8OS: ,aegl.ter.NOTICE ,
for the south. The remark and Stationery. Tobacco.
a, ticket hotels In In campaign years, and men .who are I
the tact tha< three
r by all In their ro
perfectly willing to do I FOR PUBLICATION.Notice .
Mass, refused accommodations PALM !lEACH..yyy..vt.yyyy..y.yyyy".y .
Springfield black man a source 3-ltf PALMS ,BLOCK WEST
From power to Attention' to Mail Orders.
T. Washington Prompt
to Booker of hereby that the' fallowlniniimail
of to the white people la IItlun Yi
the Massachusetts point of view the annoyance social nor Battler ,.... filed notice of hi. Intontloiilo 1. yyyyyyyy..y.y. I __
President the south give him neither make Snot l proof In aii|>|mrt of hla claim and
rt southern outcry against! political equality In the real Repub thatanlil Prod< will bn .....1. noforu John ullellly '
f Roosevelt for Inviting Washington to In Washing U. "M. Uumn.l. loner at Utttml,yin? on Faber Bro's. Market
lican family gathering
Anybody ought to March 15th. IUUJ, via .
1 dinner was abstird. of ton.-Atlanta Constitution.. Noah C. Jonuisof Neptune, Via* homestead CITY MEAT MARKET
",:'t ": d be proud to dine wltb a gentleman HUT, for the. 8m: Boo. I.1'p.41 s, U.4 J i.:.

r ,II; Washington' attainments. Such a man Aa7waI'. Ho nnmaa the rvaldenee following, upon wtne..ea and culllTatlotof to provhUrontliiniMta < .Florid and Western Meats, J'oultry, Game and Eggs. West Palm Beach.,1' .

wan at to grace the table of any southern Injaatle* anl<1 lend, vl.l: James llnlL;Jr,.:C Nepll1nebin. :! t
When It comes to having There seems to be a doubt as to ., Tlnh.11, ul Neptune! .111.\' E,I Mall Orders Receive Careful Attention. 1 t
:: gentleman. hotel. do temporary Injustice wand whihdo.. of :!Iell.uo" '1..; u. 14. Fig1e
., r I"' In a a "nigger"Massachusetts in a white town man's, hdwever, ;which! we or ,permanent ought Injustice In the j,f M rat Neptune,VIN.W.0. IlOnUflO, aelrl.tarA : 1'17" ,Jefferson Block, WEST PALM ,BEACH. Subgeride for ,

'' k that' ,another matter.-IXtrclt I'r" matter' of Philippine tariff legislation,

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I { !''r' .. THE TROPICAL SUN, WKST :PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902.sfe'i ,. "::':>

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\ : t CURRENT COMMENT lousands upon thousands of dollars annually THECOUNTYFATHERS B. M. Br lsford, with Wm. M. I.Ac e- I Show C .e anil Counter* "Ot..hj poo;,;

IIi'); THE TROPICAL SUN. therefore we do not cars to see bart and U.: F Hamilton} sureties. --.,,-- .,
ii it abolished because it has not secured
-- '..-----.. Wm. M. Lanehart with U. M. Brels- Eight show cAsen! to, fo iMoncer Pnpei' ot Dad* County Florid. What Our Brothers of th., Tripod 'fI/hat/ we need in that line. t feet ,
""Th Commission Is In ApOnltton. $ ands Datle's County Commissioner Meet ford and II. P. IInmmoa, sureties respectively, and iir! ul ionotty.

-T; IC"--;: COMPANY Pencil, Shears and Paste.Pot willing, roo, to bo of far greater service and Transact Much Business.O The, boud -f Chan. U. Gar.Uimle' with I:counters nil In Xoo
: 6nl! ; I." SUN PUBLISHING Have To Say On Some to tha people If they will avail themelvesofit. Edward Rumpb and W. U. Brown, aureI I: Addtess ""to," oaraSUN. T1Ii. "')'" ., )
J GUY J. JlIK'rCAI.tt. D TO" If you do unt! believe it -...- : ,: j''
t ,: IIB leg, for permit to own and carry two ,....""." '1'' '
send uncollected overcharges to .
your ., .. Pro..II..K. otTh '. .
1,, Timely Topics, "J., and how he will realize: revolvers was approved. : 1 .1'
I Day see quick
< loualol.HaD VERY f RIOAV.AT "
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.. Wblt Wanted/,, ,
Theireffulavr ,
'if. 'J' Couuly Unions at jairi \
.. WSST PAUM aaAOH. DAD OOUMTV. CUORIOASUBSCRIPTION Lhe hard cash upon that old clalortbe : The following bills were audited, approved "- ',';::* : : i
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?"' Wo Beg Forgiveness. companies bave almost ignored you / and ordered paid out of the I A whit*!! girl o* "woman wb' {U' JndttaCt'Irlous :'1 "
'i PRICE. 92.00 A YeAR The article which appeared In the shout tllla, and when you you will urged soon its become payment.an ell-Do e_ General ttiad 1 : and fond of chlldrea n secure"good fr!: ,j., "I't

Kntered; at-th. POHlofflce of Went Palm Beach laat Issue: of the West Palm Beach Trop' buaiastic Railroad Commission man if :Miami, Fla., Feb. 4tb 190b ,I.J W W..tH..n. hardware..,............... sit 08Pnett place in a small family."B. Ad.dtt1l.1 : .. '11.
for other reason than they' can collect The Board of County Couimloslouers A Duller putting.bi II III Com tlioiina M." of "'
secoud-clai e mailer. ical Son, headed "The .Two Great no / csre thl. paper call. ; ', '>'
:,. an should have been credited lalins.-that Is, if you know anything met this day in regular session.. Present: ,.,.....,..............., ........ ... T5 tUis\ office/;! tor formation, ,jOr:' ">1I'r.. ."4.
-'-' Questions,
1 about tile number of ov"rcbargeacollect. L, 0 Oliver leu book No. 18: T........ 1 BOW .' ''I:
: IOO8. Gain vtlle News. The Sun ol Belcher Sewell ; C. Alcber. .. "' :. ( I
7. the A. .
.' '; : P'llIOAY. FBlHU'AIf to ed annually by railroads( and what they S. John p. M BurcJtno *: Bon, blankets for .. ; <,'''' '
course did not Intend to do the News mount to In tbe a gregate'-T..lIaha8. R. B. McDonald and John frohock, Poor House.... ........... ............ 6 00Urs ,. ;,. ""\. "I \ J'.'.' .,, '

: any injustice.-Gainesville News. see TallaliRSsean. Sheriff and B. C. Dearborn, Clerk. P Nmland.. charity ................. 0 OO URN SmU>" ;R09 IS.',hi,". m, I1... : ."

: ; Chairman Geo. W. 'Lalnhnrt: being II A W B Drew Co., dood book and slrablu location. .t pq"lu'.lIi:r.ot'J J,4 """f" "

Undo Sam,a "Good Thing." muHlnge/ ......................... .......... IT 9OM SUR office: : l. ; ,4:1"; : : : "
Doctrine. absent, Coui'r S. A. Belcher was elected -' I.o,. / \ :
Id Good ,
L SUfi haul E Orulwr" hardware for Jail.,...... 9 00IT ,.. ,
lh. railroads much to '
It cost* as "
i6 The Gainesville Suu Is right. If vaiua- Chairman pro tern. T .Builse stove and sundries" lor ." ., :
loaded owned by an express I'W' : ,1W: ; :'
1 a express car, ions are to be rained they should be Minutes of last meeting; !read and with Court Homo.. ....... .................: a 10 ",. ;.. ( t.:"
haul I. MKTCAr.1"; .
company, as It ttoea to a post- GUY 'r 'f1i,. I', ; ; ,.} .
nl charge, tbe government ucrtased all along the line; the railroads correction was approved.W. I City ol JIllamlm"teallncel.fbrldkll' | 20. OO : .," ,, ,, "" : "
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car; yet they much and other corporations must bear petition Dim(Ink t Rl""n,,l, drug*.?.............. ... 1 80 NOTAKtFr ""8Lllf''I ;A; ',.10 I:., ,'' '...
from aeven to ten times as as tbey A. Filer presented a .
their part of tbe burden. The law directs Walter KltrkluR, act.! K II Hoffman S oo r. "." ). I;': ;"i"".Ij.: '.,: """".' '"

I\AEbHS.\ do tile. express comlaales.PenRacolaJouroal. that the Comptroller si all furnish signed by himself. Win. Mettair and sixteen Rell CronB I'hurnincj' drugx for Jail .1 BBJ thejttat. of Florida1.t..tl'til/ '),J;:" "'"h'r, .. ,!i.'IIoI--.. \ :'

O the Assessor with the Valuation of railroads other citizens. of the vicinity oi W Ivw"" 'goods. lor convict camp 1 00 Deeds Mortgages, tensM' undifconlracta;: ''r,,',''' "" "r' .'

and until tbe Assessor sees that an Little River asking that tbe road running A J B Ileysar, salary'Jof Junanry. and Drafted.( ,ct'N jv. '' ,,' '\

k Dade County Know Him, TonFensacola Increase has been made for the now yearn west on section line from Little River sundries........... ......,.......... ........ +0 94 _All Work Conveyancing Uimrnnlefil. Regally an'....lnltyJ Cnrrect, ',' "' .. ..; .
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accordance with, the Governor's or O l> Xloianlcwblankets for Jail ... 1140J "
Olllce lu' VKOi>icaU Sv" llloLk .
Is still frothing at the ders, the Assessor should and, will hesitate be surveyed and located, was granted, : T Smulori, salary lor January". 8 Hit West Palm Bnaub, DadH Count! Yl rtd/1" / ,
mouth over Pooh Bah Porter and his and -should and will refuse to and Wot. Freeman, B :L. Morse ant U K McDonald. supplies lor convlot" ;. ,: J.\\ ,--\_

arbitrary ruling la tbe steamer Atlaut ncrease tbe valuation of other property Paul F. Matthews were appointed s camp............ ............. ......... 20 35
!Ian case. The people of tbe DeepWater be John BevtBll\ Bro : MBAtti
However there will hardly any suppllm lor Poor :

City bave had a long lime in rouble along this line, for we must give committee with the County' Surveyor, Houw ......................:................... s anMuDontlil CHOICE PROPERTIES E J '
wblch to arrive at a realizing sense of Governor Jennings tbe credit, thus frr, lo mark out and locate said road. A: Abrnms, plumbing new

the true inwardness of the versatile Ken of an honest endeavor to c...rry out tbe The report of tbe Tax: Collector was Jail........... ...... h.. .. ...:............... IS! 80

tleuian Tallahassee from New Key Caapi West tal.and elsewhere. law without fear or 'favor; still it is well received and filed, showing amount of Miami Printing Co., bill printing .. ... 970 AND .,,''Ii:, "..<::0. '" '11.I

to keep the light turned on so as to collected the month endlniTauuarr DIN.ayneLumbe. & Unpplf Co., Inni-' '

avoid ,the pitfalls.-Madison Recorder. taxes during borror-CDRodUiv ... ...... ........ B 63R W; TRACTS:
Common Sense View Of It. 31, J9OI: as follows: Total :UruoVer A Co, supplies lor fiaupe' *
ul0UU't of State tax, 1450.06; County Decalnber: and January................. JO 00F I'' :: :;'i: ,;;:r : ,
of esteemed What Did It Meant
A number conlemporarles
our of $1170.33 and f 19.oo polls, making. ; an W NeCurdy mippllus lor pauper....., 13! OO als'i:: of
are thrashing over the question The Lake City Index endeavors to J a' PMlily. unemul.. ... ................... 11O OO A Few Leaders' from. the ..
a State primary. Tbere is perhaps no crawl out of tbe uole.lt got into on the aggregate of $1639.34.W John Be well, R, il. Cure for pauper. ..... .t.> OOJ .' "
need of much discussion. The part; tax question. If "a plain reading" of J. Shone presented a statemen IS, I-nn\inus auvt Vf U Jenkins for' Desirable Properties, :.:Offered) .

law requires a primary, and we cannc former statement would not convey the showing disbursement of tbe $100: .oo January ...... .. ....?...... ........ OO OO
know much about how it works until I it by the TROPICAL REAL. ESTATE .
will like It idea that it favored an increase of assessments heretofore allowed by the Hoard to be D W Jlorun, salary and court work 4T'' non \ ,,.. .
has been tried. Maybe we on other than rallioaii' property, Miami River Road. H Bryan, salary lor January.' ........ 40 OO :' > ,
othsi the South
so well that we will never try any then it was void of any meaning what on I 0: A !Smith bailiff County Court....... 7 BODr. EXCHANGE, ; vt; ,
Maybe It "will\ Be much more troubl ','.' _, ,
o Treasurer's
ever. The County report was received W B tlrarnllng. Inquest ol Hark .1., (',, I \

aim expense than the result la wort't' that If the Index editor will refer to The and filed showing amounts on Cardoso .. .. ... . ...... 10 OOU W. I. METCALF,, .. Manager
it forevermore. But as
will abandon
;,:' we we aeeni to be in for a trial of It, let UR bun's article on the question be will see hand February l, 1902: in the several Hmlth.lnqnnatol: f Mark.. Barttwon' ,H 10F '--
that "the statesman hOlD Alachua who T Uii'lgo.'' Juror 00aoo"I3
not try to discount' in advance the ROCK funds as follows: General Fund, f 1679,- u u Abstracts of T/tfo Fufnished.
edits The Suu" is well aware that "the Jluniph, 8O
-- -. or ill effects of.U. In.any event,,tubs.11! railroad property I..* assessed by the 48; School fund,$8.58; Road fund $136.- W M Rurdlno .. 00 ,
14:!! t'a'' f.1 whales bave always had a commerCial Comptroller at Tallahassee." :That is 39; Game Warden fund, $10.00; Fine and 0 I. Xlmunles, 00
I value In all tbe affairs of men includmpolitics.
"." .! THE COMMUNICATION, signed "A .-Tampa Herald. wby we contend that if the Governor Forfeiture fund overdrawn $6.37 aggregating Ed ix'Berry', .. .. OoCfH Suburban Tract:
i' t' insists the county assessors assessing Ruulersou OOWH
I Sufferer that appears on thin page upon a balance on hand of $1828.20. Portly Improved: trait farm and plnnleitgrove '
property ol individuals at its "full Olrtraan witness a. BO near town. Twenty acre tram: V
:", f brings to Jthn front one of the ablest All That's Necessary to Insure Prosperit cash value'' be should see to it that the Tbe report of R M. Smith J. P. District M J Foy, .. OOW acres cleared H acre*la choice 'orange and

1: .., \ 'j. mintla of the leffal Comptroller asseses the railroads at the No. 10, was received end filed, H trainllnff, .. .. 00 grape. fruit trees, !M scrs In Irish pul"'
; in .
I t't' and moat judicial There can be no question of tbe fact that lucn, Hi acre assorted vegetable* I acre
Young that is offered same rate. showing fines collected during$ 'the Taylor Morry. ', 'I' 30 in tomatoes, j atlr.. of chicken yard en_
Ii' ; .r f fraternity in Florida.. Judge tbe more encouragement/: The Index however, lays "they (the 13 C Dearborn Clerk salary as Cleric cloned with uetlirtg, Now 6-pooih
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those seek to make investnien month of :
and to who January $25.00. house, maerlank
whose peculiar fitness railroads) are at a fair rate now" Maybe ;grove sup
Uoard ol CommlsHlonera... HO OOO
is Connty
: '. (, i" a man in Florida the greater will be the t>ro Tbe of Enoch Root J. P., District piled with irrigating plant,good stable and. j \ ,\
conceded ability renders him a most of tbe Stnte. Natural resource so, but if six thousand dollars per report 1'1 JoneM, burlnl ol two paup<.r>...... 30 00 wagon room. Mi acre nower garden planted 1 .
'. t.t; perity mile is "a fair rate" for railroads when Mo. 13 was received and filed Ureon &: Croft.extra-work on new jail itl 84L toch tatstrOMSnd: ottief (lower*. 8881ORANGK i
;, desirable man 88 a Supreme Judge. will toot be developed as they should be tUose who "pay the freight" and .. .. .. LAND IN ]>ADR. COUNTY,. A ,.
t tI.<<, without tbe investment of more capita passenger showing the amount of fines. for the C Oliver rent ol Armory' .. 1O OO bargain property lor throat' .
.' rates are compelled to allow them Goo W FlHher rent ol kitchen lor Jan. 0 OOQeo :; t
All interests should be equal before tbe month of $6 65. .
it. ..% : January
r : a tariff sufficient to earn a profit at tbe W l alnburt.County' ComiulsHloaer : : 'w
law. There should be no discrimination Lake Front Fruit Lao rj:
I Tin of A. A. Bogg, J. P. ,
t' WHEN ONCE THB PARENTS AND in favor of interest as again1another. rate of thirty thousand dollars per mile report (.ma day' and mlleaire .,....... 1040 ,l ,
: ; one One hundred and twenty lour acres oi No.i t
l' schools awake Tbe taxes should be equnltzec any unprejudiced person will\ admit that No. II, received and filed showing F U Alclier Co. Cum'r 1 duy & n.llraOT 1H 80 pineapple land, mar Lntsn will bsolil f..
l'' PATRONS of tbo public all other is assessed at as ... .. .. ,
and if this can be done all the various property no business for tbe month of January. R E HcD.Limld, 4 80 cheap. Twenty acts eleaired smnlUcomforlnbitt ,
!' .. full realization' of the crying equally "8 lair rate" as the railroads. S A Belcher .. .> 3 40Jno house siiuute< on the lHtt to a Interests of Florida will witness tbe The report of T. J, Russell J. P., Dlstilcl Owned by non-resident whodeslrcato '
But the Index "They tbe railroads ,,
says: ,
{O, need for better schools and better greatest prosperity in tbe history of tbe No. was read and filed showing Bewell 3 OCR dtsDMe ol mime at a. sacriO.cc oric.. .'.'
: ) are at a fair rate now but no one 9, .
O I>tt..rburn cl'k ct. court Ct work 43 4H
State. Give all Interests a cbsuce .f: ... facilities for the education ot the develop on a fair basis.-Gamesvlll who knows anything about !twill assert $ao.oo fines collected during tbe mouth. Jno Frohock .Hherlff county c,. work 4d IDllucliol "

1 : : youth of this town, then they will News that the valuation of property in this of January.Tbe Will.Iron charity ................. 0 OIl Unimproved Fruit Land: )

\ : of special school btate is anything at all like what it E. C. Dearborn Clerk MlH.. Hi roller, charily lor 3 pl1"pe".10 OO TcMtcre tract n
,, I, .'. realize the wisdom a Dade Victims It should be.'* If "a plain reading of tbe report of' R B Potter, acd Fred Meyer*....... ... 30 OC frulia or pineapple*. Iraoldlm entire tract' ,
With the County! Bight Try of Circuit Court was received a..d filed, |i< per acre. 'l'en PAre loie at tjo. PC1"'lo. J'
this district. present above would not the idea that .
I., tax for convey J K Olenn.charity '....' .. .. ... 8 OC A bargain tract and lluuin :\
\ f School Board and the lack of We believethat there are numerous the Index is in favor of increasing tbe iowlr';; business done ,in County C urt. J O 8to..ers. burial ofp."r.r.......... 13 OCTbe ] ; -"K, ; I.'"/ ''','Il: '
I ; cases of overcharge in freight rates valuation of all other property tbau tbat The Clerk's of tax certificates ,. \, 't: .

fj ,1 i I'ultableroolDsBndequipmsntrortheJ among the merchants of Madison which of the railroad's then we repeat that it report tbe month following bills were audited, a p. Town'Property: .." 1., ';1:''; ::-' ':\.J, ij"
redectnej during
the youth suffered them without complaint. does! not or purchased : tVRoora, "HOUIM*, < '
training and assistance are by mean anything.Tbe proved and ordered paid out of the n w, on good haldeoec ;
unaided The reason we think so is the fact that Sun has no fight to make against( ending January 31, 1902 wa. rcecelved Road Fund treeu 1'rice fIJooo, .. ..< .
school in -
:' : >\ need in their there Is scarcely a merchant In Tallahassee the railroads. Alt we contend for is and filed. f ,)\ ,

t} by any concerted local help and whose name is not on tbe claim that all property should be assessed upon of W. :I P. DIs- E McDonald,lumber fur Uttls ItlverDrldRA 7-Rnom Home, an altracttre residence., Price. '.
f but fraction of what could book of the Railroad Commission. Tbe an equal basis, and if the assessment Tile repoit < Forrej, J ..... ". ........ .... ............ 6 OSJ '.750 caah, __ .. '\;

\ interest, a merchants of Tallahassee have learned of the property ol the individual to be trict No. 4, received and filed. W Irex, rent ol horw. and cart........ 19 OC Vacant lota, Residences on beat street*,

I be accomplished ia being done. The that if they are overcharged for freight Increased then tbat of the corporation The Joint report of County Judge and L C Howyer; ', ant, trabibt. ou rock....... 84 OC targe and amall cottages, Bualne .blocks,,

1 ( of a school life nnd opportunity he Commission will\ collect the over should be increased in proportion We Tax Collector nLowlug amount collected Cullen Pence, work on road........... ..... 00 Ott etc, .

r years all too few and too much charge from tbe railroads and give it do not believe in making "flesh of one for licenses during tbe mouth of I>' Chandler salary.lor Jan ....'......... TO 01, Commodious residence. on one> of the bent.
: ; are back to them without chargo. and fowl of another."-Gainesville Sun. '< Jun. pay-roll .. .. ... 84 3( corner and lu a moat desirable neighbor

I j. '" cannot be done to make the work of We believe that Ibis is not generally --.-- January, $2462.90: for the State, aDd Jno K O'Neal, salary lor .1........ .. 00 OtIt hood. "4;'!, '

; I, those few years effective. known by the merchants of Madison IU3r 41 for tbe County, was filed. Colliran .. ............. 40 Ot: One r>f the moat conveniently arranged f ;; ;,va .' '- ,:J j

ff.. ... It only requires a. two-cent stamp to "Walkover" Sboes--ANTHONV BROS.* The Bourd took recess to 1:30 p. ui. TI111, following bills audited Idencea in the town. Located: on a'clmirerenidence "IJ,[
were street. convenient
send claim to the Corn mission. If approved to "aiihuol, I.;
.' '""" your Board met at 1:30 p. m, Chairman and ordered churuhea, depot andbualnuu scalar cheap. :, "
paid out of tbFine .
have claim It will be collected <
A SUPREME COURT NOMINATION. you a just at 11730.. ,. ''r /'
and sent la yon at d will t:ot co t-you a COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. :Lain bar t and all members present.J. and Forfeiture Fund : Gcx>d' :' [
< '" Kditor: TiiorciAL SDMI cent. You do not bave to go to the expense C. Stowers\ of West Palm Beach .j I flood Investment Property'_IO-TOOM .houu*., 1
T J Hay"Rood, ,costs case ol 11111' INivIa 16 60P "
Primary to welllocntod. Price, '
As we are to have a ot hiring a lawyer nor lo'the was allowed $1250 for burial of pauper WMeCurd.tuclUI.oIW T Itoutaa OOE JSJoo. '2') <.f!'.. '
the trouble of a long correspondence with Miami, Fla", Feb'y 41)1) 1901. ,. -'
of .
nominate a Justice Supreme and warrant ordered drawn in his favor C J Miller, 00 ,,
Building well 7.. '
the railroad You are sleeping Regular meeting c of the Si'hool Board .. Lou located. In desirable ... !.
.' ,' Court will you permit me to suggest company. Col. W. R. Anno appeared before th" 3 8 Stanley', OO neighborhood, .( aaj, W>o. fcjo, |,jooijoooa :' '" I
Send In
; on your rights. your claim held toda,. Fiesent E. B. King, Chair II P Flardln .. 00 93500 men.PMhlonabl "
,, your"paper the name of only for ten cents. Others being Board as one of a committee from the :..: '
through are '. .' ;' :, ;
; ; man; A.. W. Garnett Win. M. Burdine T M Baker constable, 81 70 .. ,"
ot Duval County benefitted, why not you Madison Board of Trade) and asked t the Board to prUnlx boarding bonae, furnn", ,"
W. B. e.
Young Carl Wanner, witness la Case ot Jon 'p
Judge and Z. T. lnhe,"nd two located '
Recorder. Merritt Supt. splendidly lots, over .\;'.;.':.), ..-
purchase and forward one thougam Voang a OO look I IIB Ik mid cloM to poet olBo aad' ..". ,
-.< to fill the vacancy. Minutes of last meeting read and ap ;; : m.uk". .... rrlcc 18.. 'tq
\ copies of the Special Edition of the Jasper Dyke'*, wltnnu. In case of Will .501> >, ;_ .:,

.... As Judge; of thin Circuit, Judge; A Doctrine of Despair. proved. Superintendent visaed all l the Miami Metropolis to B. B. McLin Com Jukaon..... '..........,. .,.......... BOClie I '. ;:"(!,ojflti .,;:.,' ;, t

Young was noted for the promptness John D. Rockefeller asserts that the schools in north end of County except F Klebold, witness lu cane ot Will Da; I Finest residence. (furnished) property' and "', .'<, '

'. and) rapidity with which he dispatched world does not owe every man a living. No. 4, and found them progressing mlsiloner of Agriculture, for dlatribution Jackson. ............... .,..............,,..'.. OO moot We' coiumamllngly Palm Bench. Splendid located. view property. uf the In ',.',"t.,1 I
The great trust magnate Is consistent, and upon motion of Coui'r Belcher, Howard OHUorna, wltnewi In eaae ol LukeaudKK.t Sldntront. Prlc. *7.s.o. 1oj J

f: '" the bnsim-sa of the Court. Having aided in taking their living The following warrants were issued seconded by Com'r Sewell, was granted Wilt Jackson............... .....,.......... 00Chs ..o ,:I ltk\-'.....,." .

n The fact that the Supremo Court, away from so many thousands he now for general expenses: On motion 6f Com'r Sewell It was n Pel'ry, witness cose ol 'Will Beautiful residence site, near Lookll front., ", ..tl"" .,; 'I

+ but few exceptions sustained insists upon extending to the whole A W Onrnett tnllenge and per diem III} 6O be in at Jackson ..... ........................... ..... l iA <> i'rlc*$,1,130. .- _:'I : 1 'Y t
with ordered that ft telephone put ,
: world the doctrine of despair Win M Unrdlno :I 00 Vlkla. Uobblns, wltnesa In cane ot ,
I. all his decisions, ia evidence Convict .,.. .. .._ .. .. New I..roomre.ldeaolloabe..b.. ....* street ,t
t : and affirmed No man is responsible for hla own E D KhiK.' 19 C) Camp. .nl.VavI. .. .. .. ".... COH In town near chunihe.sail school*,11.6004. ,. :

that ha administered justicepfllciently. birth. Helng born be is supposed as a Z T Mvrrltt,salary' Jan. .... .. .. ..... 110 '00 Tbe application of J. K. Clarke for Flunnfgnn Deputy Sheriff eiuaof .' '' AI,, R

:/ He is lust the kind of consumer to add something to the trade Z T Merritt., pontage,exprvmj&corbuir- permission to capture a manatee. lor Jsulo David........... .............. 1 TOIt Three uraall \, '*{ .1 .,i
tenement well local 'ii. '
of even tbe trustb. They could not exist T N Oantlt'i labor auppllus and scavt scientific was granted. M Smith criminal prosecution.... .. 4 16 cnied,corner lou 1'rlc* 't,6oo '1 ., l

r .man we need on the Supreme -Bench. without customers. If tbe world owes noer: bill .. ... .. .. ..... .. 49 80 purposes Elinor }Forry constable lu ease ol "

Aside from the fact that the retire nothing to any DI.n. there is no use of ('has Jordan repaint wWl atDliwayne .3 OO Upon suggestion of the Board's nttoroey Spencer DavlH...............?.?... ....... 7 go Neat little home of five room*, porch on /-.
'Ii" : his striving to get his deserts. If he is W L"Forry. J, 1'., In ot thru sides ..
U 15 OrnlHor."Ptllt... W P Beach No. it was order l''t118t tbe Clerk notify case HpeuierD of houHe. plenty or ahad* It* "

/" ing Justice, Mr. Mabry, 1 am iuform- in hard luck let him give up and die. 11 U2 08 and col. (/lo. 1 *S OO... 1708G all Justices of the Peace that whenever ..v! .....,.. .. ,... .. .. .. ................ i 88Mnrtha yard convenient, on auod distance slnnit,from la good churclia neighborhood*, achooi:::::,

ed, has announced to his frlenJIt that Rockefeller would say Tbe world owe K Knlorht, wood,Ntptnns No 13. 8 OOOeo Itomeo vltauss In CUM ol and depot.. Price 'I,,,,>

'I' he will\ not be a candidate for reelection nothing except to those who already S Adnuis. ";repairs and tr"ghtWea; .v> they bind? over ,auy person accused! ocriiii Raymond' ratt.n. ............:...... no

: I coni.iu..r it absolutely necessary Mr. Rockefeller is dangerously wrong. N It Hall., wood W P Iktaoa )So 1.col. a OOl Court or commit any such person to inond Pattoa. ,.......i............. no .treeti. r'tu.. for fatts: per year. PriueDouble

th.it there shall be u change: ; The world owes very man who seeks l E L Brady *:C<>., five brooms, Miami ail. they are required to promptly forward 8 P lore, criminal prosecution"".. ... 810M '..,.,..,

the of the Court. The work a living. Society must be wrong col "No 3 .. ...... ...,;,1 TO/ { C/onui, Dl"ty .herlrr.crhn' PI'OllCl'CD 0 00 cottage rooms, cornof OliveFern
io personnel to such 14
ly constituted when pertaining
l' so many men seek Wm M Burdine&Son. cosh for clearing i aU'pap"ra pre Enoch Root J. P., H 0 'frftChM atreets: renu for law pilI year FrtcuDouble -

\1"1; condition: of affairs is so bad now earnestly for an opoortuuuy to work lot, Mlnml\ No 10 ..... ..?_..,.. 6 8TMi lirutnary trial a* soon as practicable to Hudson, witness case-Jno Moore BOCha '>,-

that men are sacrificing their Interests And cannot find it. It is wrongly constituted DonnlJ*Abraius,rvpalrs nnd clonets, the Clerk of the Court nt wblch such Courley', .. .. B0
i)' rather than go into Court, as it like Rockefeller when cold-hearted can monopolize capitalists: so Miami No 18... .. ..7-.. '....,.i 1 OOP accused it to te tried. And on failure Will 1> Drummer Wood ward, "" "< ... B0J .treet, rents....I..ge.for ta68 14 rooms per y", located..... Price; on%Olive t,8oo.

,; Kltuhlngwood.Jiiplt. rNu 0.. ..,...; I U 00 en
'I""' r' F takes", fiom five to seven years after much of the wealth of tbe world A J Kolb.lnk. JoII.,1 SolS.. .... O TOAlinlo to comply wilh thl requirement any 8A Me baddy!: wltneM ln ai>eol Cbasi'mcmnn

or: it pets there before there can be any 'Such: remarks as Rockefeller is !said to 'Brown, Jnnltoresn W P H.D. JaoVlO> *, OOI I unnecessary costs which the: Count; .,?,....?.,..................... .. gg.O Special Bxui *properties tor CASH til any for all one of wluhlntf Ih.lhre.prenedl"l1 to.

bave made reminds one of the superCtliousnens V Harprf, banllnajde, ..kslroin, Mlamjlto may incur as a result of failure to forward F Mahoney wltnens In Case! ol' Chas ...* a gaud Intereat-pnyiua; investment. r\\

derision. of the French nobility just Lemon CI.., .. ...,; 1 38J such papers promptly will be i'reuiuan.. ..........?..... ... ........ B0Presluy ;'," "
tbe Red Terror burst them
the Court upon .
since MeKady, wltnoes
Although September J Jaadon. ease ol
at tbe end o': Uie Eighteenth Century.Pensacola .- scavenger bill for No 9 charged: : to tbe Justice who may be Chas Freeman.. .... ....... .. .. Truck.Farmlands: ,
has had tbe aid of tbree Commissioners col. Miami .. ... .. ,.... .. .. ... 1'60 .. 50 .
Journal. Dan Rooney.Janitor part elf .IAII..., BO guilty of such failure and deducted from : S T Potent, witness In case ol Chaafreeman Splendid muck land' In one of the moat I.
they have done no more I'hlllp Hwllntfton.Janitor part un Jan., e BO his fees.It ............... .......?.............. BOit properou luDttdeCounly.*v<(eub Choice e (rowing tract* settlement Der* ... ,

than they did beforp the Commission Gin It a Trial."Why Z T Merritt exponaes to Supt. meet"* OVet, witness In cam ol Chaa acre for cash.: Special: prlo:* on .JJS My. i.
was also ordered that: Whereas i ihaving It Freeman ...... ..................... .. OOB meat*. ."
a.d it Ia said there will Ingentimiated... .... ..... .... .....J4f; > OO .n.
VVMI* appointed some people continuallycondemn Board been called to the attention of K Murphy wltn_. In cue olB A .'.
fore, evident<< that the trouUa lies in persons and thing without a this Board that many parties having UvEady..... .. ..... .... ........... 50J Lake Worth Water.front: : '
hearing beyond us A case in point Z. T. Merritt, Clerk/ :
I) West witness
,c ol 8 A
the inability of the present Judges; is the bulldog tenacity with which certain --. .- claims against the County do not file UrEady: .... ...... ................. ..... BOJ siofeat haadiiomeat ol Lake front xljulnlnf oneot th* "
to work with greater; dispntch. 1 do brethren of the press condemns tbeRailroad them promptly, thereby causing the Improved[ uroperlUs ou the
Commission Wanted-To Study Stenography.A A Pent, const erlm. proceentloa... o 10A Lake. Can be bought,If Ukeu at once,at a
not know that Judge Young will as a useless expense --"--- Clerk and Auditor much unnecessary K Heyser" Co. JadK crlm proie'tn 13 811T bargain &((111-
because fails
in-cept, but lam satiaut-d that if hfl I their ideas of promptness, perhaps and thoroughness to meet young lail/'wishes tbe name of a work, therefore be U resolved by this J Jtll11,"rho. prosecution._..... 14 40 *x> feet pi double frontage.' Lake aad Ocean

in certain teacher- of B .rd, that all'parties having claim' 8 D Mitchell, J. P erlm. prosecution! 8 08 beautiful knoll finr building nte, bearinr
accomplishing mention competent
will, evry lUucuut in the State will stenography.; J B O'Neal, leed ol prisoners convict coooaiKit, orange and lime treea, splendlil

rally to his support. ed things.is all Wilt want to take lessons between four against the County be requested to file eamp......... ...:..... .. ......... 236 OO bo.l house, cte.. near valuable improved
"That If ,
the Railroad property
wrong. and five o'clock evenings.: Address: bill with (be Clerk on or before the 1st John Frohock feed of prisoners. la .
he has Commission fails to
A" ft. lawyer no superior In! things that it should hnve accomplish done it is some not stating terms, "2. P.," care TROPICAL day of each month. County' ,Jail..... .. ...... ... ........ 131 goJunes BUILDING LOTS.-Lske and Ocean front ,".I.-"
Florida. Fenrlt-rs.tni! 'orrnptiMe.posspsrtfd T Banders, Proa Atty' criminal axe,at fcto and feo per foot .:
above rebuke, nor do its members so Sou. Tbe bonds of Notaries Public William t
of an eminently judicial mind I prosecution ... .. ...... .. '
consider it. Eat because the --- -- -- n. BO 00
Railroad t. Metcslf, J. U. Talum and B. MBrelsfbrd t
I have E O) Dearboru, Tk erlm Good Hotel:
iiinj, us already said notable I Commission fails to secure at once the prosecution 88 40
Celebrated Palmist
for the neigy; and rapidity with! construction of a onion depot Is no Here. were approved. Joan Frob.,.,... ahorltf erlm. 3O8 00BSD Wen .-SpWK ....... ; !
which be dinpntehcn business, hlprPlleDt.'ooo I reason tor its abolishment as one good The following bonds. for permits to Martin wltaeMla habeas torpaaea dldty .' "" .. aas;

the Supreme Bench would, brother persists in declaring."TheTallaliansean Madame Naomi, the celebrated palm- own and earry pistols and repeating .e.....*.... .. ...... .. .. .. .. .... .. 7 ,0 Prosperous eommnnlty and Uneat fruit oro- ""'.0 uv 9j

be the firHt real I tfp taken in thin has tor years contended 1st of New York City, I I. here for a abort rifles were: approved: There being no further business the ducull' VKI* and i iwji panlcula.j ua tnv AJII e. .Wrt. '

that the city needed better depot time. Persons wishing hand-readings U. P. Hatnmon with Board adjourned to $ .v
8 ate to remove our appellate I E M. Brels meet March 4. 1902. '
facilities, and It I,* a fact that declares will find her lo Room ar Jefferson Indian River '
the Properly:
tribunal from Sleepy Hollow ID Itself to traveler in these ,, ford and Enoch Root, sureties. Oeo. VV. Lalnhart <
every parts. .
which it bos been slumbering tor Yet we know the Railroad Commission Block. 9- O. Pitts., with Walter S. Graham 8. C, Dearborn Chairman. Melbourne tn.,a tots,bosrta* orange.. ;, .'

years pant. A SCFFEHEIL: : is saving to'tbe shippers of the State I Vital's Brand Clotblug ANTHOMY'S' *,1 and X, E. Ileysur sureties. Clerk. .btovk fruit Irantlna-onatriel and lemon s"....

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Format' Chancellor Boggs Is Building Dashed Inte FreIght on Trestle 6& Four Men Injured In Southern Collision Reign of Terror Near a Tennessee Coal I ,

LOSTINhIEXICANMINE One In Florida. I .Feet High. One Fatally. Mine. :

Jacksonville Fla. Feb 4.-The Rev. i Bait. Lake Fob. 3.-A special to The Atlanta Jj'eb.Two freight trains Chattanooga Feb ..Almost a HAS $3,000,000 FIRE

'" William K! BOKKM, format chancellor Tribune from Denver says. : on the Southern road went together reIgn of terror exists in the vicinity of ,

: ). Death of the University of Gooigla Is now A Colorado. Midland. passenger. trail. with a crash at Belt Junction last the Millstone mine of the CumberlandCoal
ricpldsion!: Deals to Five ongaged In tilt work of the and San night shortly after 11 o'clock and four Jest Business Portion Goes '
,. .' I.i.. ;" ,. .. '. directing westbound for Salt Lake company: 17 miles above Cross.
'ft "1.'flt":1"A/ :>; or" lfll1en. building of a new church edifice for Francisco had a narrow escape from men were hurt, one fatally. vllle, In Fentress county this state ,
kiJi\ \ \ yj..t / :.", the First Presbytoriaa Engineer William West wall' hurt In Up In Smoke.
; church
'' ,.; i"" '.' 11'1'' I ',' Instant. destruction Sunday morning Some dissatisfied miners and a lotof
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/" [\,? :1 J' 'j '6t:!' WINER; of which he is pftstor. 2 miles west of Buena Vista. the side and back. Train Hand Scott toughs and bullies recently posted a
f ESCAPED The old church building de. Johnson negro was crushed about the HIGH WIND FANNED FLAMES '
I ') v 1$ ';1:" '' )1." -1" ,I'' was The locomotive dashed. Into a freight notice signed with skull and cross-

...'.:.. I,,!." ., : Itroyed In the big fire last year. and traln, standing on a trestle: 05 feet high, I body and will die. bones and In red ink warning the negroes :

: ,* '"%':; >t"'fit 'f \ :'the, Victim Were Chinaexicans Dr. Boggs at 'once went to work tosecure hurling the caboose and one freight Train. Hands King Terrell .and Wal. a few of whom are employed Fire Started In Dry Qoeda Store of
E ". : '1/1 \ the money with which to rej car Into the creek bottom and Instantly ter; Llpscomb, negroes were painfully about the mines and at the company

.\\J/,: ;' V",',,4 fl'l1"nlllnel, 1,4, ,, .""oIIi. 'II'"', Very Few Amerl- place It. He was very successful and killing Owen McCarthy rear brakeman ] hurt the former having an ankle store to leave at once. Reid and Hughes, and as riramen

's, ,'"';>''o'.ne''e. h at Work. In the Mint. the new building will. cost abut 135-- on the freight train. dislocated and the latter. Injured Inthe' The negroes did not leave and the Were Fighting It Another Broke Out
"i ,'" ".:*j4.\c'. r back and .
.. Lo,, Owners\ 000.This Engineer Peck and his fireman were head.Train mob has twice fired into their cabins,
a Will In the Scovllla
? be House.
Very Heavy.San1 1 '
". ,, church when completed will ba the No. 116 northbound collided The last time the returned the
'Iii C 'p f 7'1 I .", ,,, prevented from jumping by high negroes
: W \ \\fI" : : 'Antoulo, Tex., Feb. 3.-The latest one of the finest In Florida.: It will' be I trestle and remained on their engine with trsu No. 143. southbound. Train tire and tho mob retreated. Waterbury. Conn., Feb. 3.-Fop ten

;," 100,1.: ( Information'from!; the Hondo MexIco ] of stone and the side walls. are: already expecting to be dashed to death. The 143 sidetracked at Belt Junction to Sunday night the mob attacked. the hours last night and this uorntng ,

I ."i Xi j! \:{" ,.'-mlnij 1.explosion! shows it', to have : up about 12 feet. The corner.atone engine left the rails but miraculously let the other train pass but did not ompany'a commissary. William NIx. flames fanned by a high wind held
i' 'been serious/ of the new edifice was laid a few bal get far enough Into the switch to clear on, sonof Manager Nixon .at the head the business of this
', \'i J : fully:as an at n.fst\ re- remained on the trestle almost way over portion
.,' ,;I\'jri\ t':"}jmtecj.: There wan. 4 total of 106 inln.I days ..IncfDr. \ S anced on 'its edge not only saving their U.a main line. The northbound train ot a number of white employes chargd city causing a loss that will exceed ,

I," ::,;;, ,era' "at: work. ; In the mine! whlfu'' the eJt. Bog! a since coming here has lives, but the passengers' .as well. :'thinking was going the very fast, and the 'engineer the mob with Winchester rifles anda 3000000.. The best business portion '
glvea etnlnent satisfaction and Is main line was. -clear did
.tplnI\IOII;; \ occurred,and all' of ,them are,, Owen McCarthy 'the cnly man to pitched battle ensued. The situation ef the city forming a triangle. bound. ,':
greatly beloved by the people of this not slacken up In time. The two en
-'- 6'.4: The maJorlty'pt the victims I are lose his life received orders to flag the went has been reported to Adjutant ed on the north by Exchange place

I i Mexicans. and Chinamen, very few city. coming passenger. train but tarried la One gines of the together engines with was terrific turned force.over General. Brandon who has assured the on the west by Bank street, on the '

',American" being"at work- In the mine.' the caboose. warming himself, as the and number company protection. The Croasvllle south by Grand street and on the east
PRETTY GIRLS RUN AWAY. a of cars. were wrecked .
of militia Is to be called
: \Every: mule In the mine was killed morning was. extremely cold. He had. the freight being strewed .along the company ready by South Main street wag almost
at time it be needed.
throe, dead" bnea,I>etnc taken from tha Their Fath.rA.ke Assistance In Lo. just started. to flag. the train when he sides of the track. Several out any ot the mob may were arrested wiped out. .

'1 debris yesterday.; 0 The worn ot clear. eating Them. saw the headlight of the locomotive Started In Dry Good Store. .
and taken before magistrates. who
c tag Way the wreck in order to get to .Jacksonville, I"la., Feb. 3.-Letta-s rounding a curve not 100 feet distant. QUICK DEATH TO TWO. are said. to be friendly to them and The first fire which started in the j '

tilebodles.. la being rushed! i. as rapidly\ have been received In the 'city t'is He retreated toward. the caboose but were released. the terrified negroes beIng hiS store of the Reid & Hughes Dry
M possible but there is too nope that 'week was caught and knocked\ into the Charley McBrayer and Charley Harris "
C. requesting Information of ,wo afraid to ap'Pear as prosecutors.The Goods company. on Bank street. was
.*.117 of the 106 men wIlt be' rescued young .women who left_ their parents' creek being shockingly mangled.. Killed by Central' Train. company officials say they will not considered under control until '

,. ,alve.} nome, 11 miles from Montgomery, Ala., Llndale Ga., Feb. 4.-Charley Mc certainly protect the negroes about 13,000,000 worth of property had
:'JII.II< ,_*inu: i explosion] occurred! Ifc mine No. Saturday. coming toward Jacksonville. JUDGE BLANDFORD DEAD. Brayer. and Charley Harris weaversIn been> destroyed. About the time the

/! f, 6 and was occasioned by striking: ; a The young women are MIs!, Belle the Massachusetts mills wore instantly A LONG SEPARATION. firemen supposed they had the flames '

I c ; gas pocket Tlift mine I id the property Mastln, 20 years old, and Miss Grace. Distinguished. Citizen of Columbus, killed by the southbound Central under control a second fire broke out

of the,Coaqullla, Coal company, R. M. Mastln, 18 years. old. Until Saturday. Ga., Passes Away. passenger train at Llndale yes After 40 Years Brothers Meet One In the Scovllle house, the city's lead-

McKenny' being the superintendent. they lived at the home of their father. I Columbus; Ga.. Feb. 1.-Judge! Mark terday. More., lug hotel remodeled by the late Judge

The names of the victims have not J. C. Mastln a well.to.do farmer, at H. Blandford one of Columbus' most The two men were standing. on the New- York Feb. 4.-Chris Kelman B. O. Lewis a few years ago at an ex

yet beea learned here. The loss to the Hope Hull Ala distinguished citizens died suddenly Central tracks 150 yards. north of the left Passaic N. J., 40 :years ago for pense of 7G,000, and the establishment .

( ,own.r the mine id' very heavy.'. The father says he cannot assign I yesterday. at noon at Ills residence In depot watching. a passing freight Wisconsin where he engaged In f armng. was completely wrecked. 'i he

; ,' any reason. for their having left his! Wynnton. He was an ex.justlce of train on the Southern which parallels He left behind his brother John, occupants of the hotel were forced to .

) TWO KILLED BY EXPLOSION. roof. The father. In the hope of avoid the,, Georgia supreme-court a veteran the Central. at this point. They who is now 79 years old. seek the streets In their night clothes. .f.\,. ,

._ ing publicity has been searching quiet. of the Mexican. and civil wars an ex- stood near. a sharp curve and th"> noise During -four year the brothers corresponded WIth the ringing of a second .alarm .

{Another..* Fatally Injured as' Result. of ly for the young women. His efforts member of the confederate congress of the freight prevented them from with each other and then tile entire city was thrown Into a ;:..

".-,.. Bursting Boiler. have been unavailing. .and he finally: and one of the most widely known hearing. the .approaching passenger. letters ceased. A few weeks ago panic. There was a fierce gale blow. I .

Holw ww .ltL Te -., Feb. 8.-The explosion decided to appeal to the public to assist lawyers In Georgia. Harris was hurled 50 feet away John 'was taken ill. He dally. called Ing and sparks from the burning hotel ," "

\ of a Trailer at 'the Davidson-. him. lIe is a Mason .and wants I While Judge Blandford had been In death resulting Instantly. McBrayer for his brother. It was thought he were driven In showers over a great ,,,,' '' S

I ,Benedict sawmill here'Ylsterdaymorn.! the brethren to aid him finding his feeble health. for the past few years was ground under the wheels Into a was. dying when a knock was heardat area. The occupnast of buildings located ; '

I 'ing1 demolished the building Killed two runaway girls wno are said tb be pretty 'I he had not been confined to his home. shapeless. mass. of flesh. The latter the door and a stranger announc In the path of the wind preparedto .

''I men Instantly. and fatally injured one and attractive and are believed to Ha was at the courthouse day before was married and had a family. Har. ed himself .as the missing brother. H. leave. Although the Waterbury fire

other. have changed their names. yesterday. .as a witness In a case. ris was single. They were brothers- had. acquired a fortune In the west department was. reinforced from near-.

The,dead: .. Mark H. Blandford was. born in in-law. he said and after a long search, had at by cities. It was for a time Impossible

Walter HOIHster Inside foreman. STRIKE HAS BEEN CALLED OFF. Warren. county Ga., July 13. 1820. His last located his brother who had. to stay the progress of the flames. The

,J. 'N.. Paxton. father was Clark Blandford. who was. S CIGARETTES DROVE HIM MAD. moved during his absence. The sick' Ire In Its entirety burned over four

Injured: Clgarmakers and Factory People!- Cometo the first clerk of the superior courtof man swooned but soon rallied and acres of theclty's; : best business secdan. _

Ed" Johnson, scalded wlll''dte, Agreement Harris county. Judge Blanford Young Rome Lad Puts Bullet ThroughHis the physicians now believe he will re Among the prominent buildings

i Tampa. Fla., Feb.: 3.-A conference Brain. cover. totally. destroyed .are the block occupied '
Tom; Mason burned and cut about was reared in Jones county and stud.
i face;' will recover. between a committee ot the striking led law at Clinton with the late Robert Route Ga., Feb. 5.-Melclrlra, the 15. by the Reid & Hughes Dry Goods .

"". '. The., explosion Is thought to have clgarmakers and the officers of the U. Hardeman. He was. admitted year-old son ot John W. Ow CDS. marshal EXPLOSION AT ARDMORE MD. company the plant of the Waterbury.

:,,\\01..' been caused r by the water. getting too American Cigar Cpmpany here, In I to the bar in Jones county by a special of North Rome. shot himself American the ..IasonioV temple the _
l lowinthe boiler. whose factories the recent cIgar act through the head late yesterday evening Superintendent of a Plant and Several Bcoville and Franklin. houses the W. _
t : :) ; of the legislature owing to Others Reported Killed. I... Douglas. Shoe the Johnson '
Jf' ... makers' strike is effective was held and died a very short time after company -
.; 1\0'\ the fact. that he was. a minor at the S
FOUGHT AT BALAKLAVA." yesterday. Young Owens was In the store of Washington Feb. ..-A report has block, the Salvation Army working

,:,* An agreement was reached by time. Mr. Rawlins. when he suddenly jump Just reached here that an explosion occurred men's home and scores of other build, ,
'It ,:Y .James'..R.,ld Escaped .Bullet* to Ole byAsphyxiation. which the strike was called. off and ATLANTA'S- BANK CLEARINGS ed up and said: "I am going to kill this morning at the Qerbeilta ings. In..l1. about 100 of the moot

t all of the men will return to .work myself." manufacturing plant. at, Ardmore Md., prominent business houses are burned

today. He walked. outside and in a few seconds and that. the superintendent of the eut. ,
-New York. Feb. 3.-James ReId. a s Exceed Those of January 1901. By plant and possibly several others had Fire In Gale.
The' strikers did not get their en. the report ot .a pistol was lieard. Fought
British veteran who fought at Sebasto- Neatly 2000000..
killed and
tire demands it is said. but a compromise Mr. Rawlins ran out .and found the lad. been more Injured. Rarely have. firemen been obliged to .
aj d on the field ot Balaklava. and Atlanta. Feb. 1.-Atla.nta's bank Ardmore Is located beyond the District .
reached. The
for the present-was with, a bullet hole in his temple.It contend against worse conditions than '
had two medals is dead inthis clearings for January.1902. exceed theclearings ot Columbia boundary line .at a
won conditions of the agreement '
exact. |'s said that Owens smoked cigar.ettes those; which prevailed from first to labt
for .
city from asphyxiation. The 01.1 Hoidter however have. pot been given out for any previous January by excessively: and that his mind considerable, distance from a telegraph In this disastrous conflagration. The I
nearly; 2000000. and the details. are not
office yet
on retiring,had turned the itop- publication. The clearings. for the month were became unhinged. known.: wind was. blowing a gale and the cold

cock of s> gas" :heater in the wrong dl. according to thestatement Issued yes. was intense. It seemed .at one time _
rection and when be was found' lu his Woman Killed By! Train. FIRE DOES $40,000. DAMAGE. as though every structure in the heart
terday by Manager. Darwin. G. Jones Used Mall
,% little three-room flat the gas fum i tied Atlanta. Feb. 4.While picking up .t the city: would be destroyed. In
of the Atlanta Clearing House association Kansas. City Feb. ..-N. D. Parker
done what the bullets the Crimea coal In the Southern railway. yards Flames' Sweep Business Section of : some instances. the work of the firemen -
1292080630. The clearings i a young man who lives at Ottawa.Kas .
failed to do. morning about 11 o'clock Julia
yesterday Add Ga. of avail. The
; I proved Waterburybank
,.for January, 1901 were $11,051,707.92 .. has been held for the federal
Mr.; Reid. who. was 73 years old, Tweet .a negro woman. was run showing an increase for January 1902, Macon, Ga., ,Feb. 4.-Flre yesterday grand jury on a charge. of fraudulent building at the corner of Bank

kept) a small cigar and stationery. over by a passenger train and instantly of $$1.860,008. morning nearly' destroyed the whole use of the malls by obtaining goods and Grand streets was. saved althoughthe
,, store. He was born In Edinburgh killed. The woman was alone and
business section of Adel. Ga The lossis New England Engineering corapa-
The clearings for January are with under false pretenses. It Is said he
Scotland. When he was 18 old had a sack hung over bar arm. She ,
years about 40000. ay' $70,000 building but a few to.'t
one exception the largest of any previous obtained. $50,000 worth of goods of all
fll .'" his father. who had dlstinguloheii himso had. gathered a lot or small pieces of month. The one exception la The sufferers are L. M. Kennon 5. I I descriptions trom prominent Arms in away and the Masonic temple on the
.. In. the battle of Waterloo moved coal which had fallen from the cars Kennon T. north side of the bank
; I' October, 1901 when the clearings exceeded W. Webb. & Wella. J. Chicago. St. Joseph and Kansas city building were -
,.' .to Australia.. James preferred' to fcl passing through the yards.. She saw a $13,000,000. Wilkes C. E. Webb M. S. Fatten J. lIe[ is alleged to have. ordered goodsin wiped out of existence. During the

',. '. low.a soldier's career as hIs father freight train. approaching! and stepped The clearings for January show a E. Wilkes, C. E. Webb T. E. Mltey the name of the Ottawa. Brokerage night the mayor. was in communtra-

.".. had done and he enlisted in the British from one track to another to get out most encouraging outlook for business ParrIsh I &; Parrlsh. A. Edson and others. company and to have sold the lon: with Governor McLean. and tile ,

I' ,I,:-. army. During the Crimean cam of the way. She stopped on a track during the year and are an unmistakable goods to retailers near his home. tnllltla was. called out. Companies. A _

', ', paign he rose to the rank. of 'luar- upon which a passenger! train. was evidence of the of the There is about 50 per cent of In. and O, numbering about 120 men were
.1 ,f/ ,' '\Urmaster. sergeant In his rommau?, coming toward her. The noise of the city. -- surance. The buildings were mostly Knife Is Used on Funston. detailed about the fire district and art

..: the Chestnut Troop of the Royal Horse passenger train was drowned J by the ot brick. The fire originated over the Kansas City: Feb. ..General Fred still on duty. J
artillery. This rank. he won by per noise of the freight traIn. and the drug store of L. M. Kennon.
I COLLISION ON SEABOARD.Mall Funston has been subjected to the surgeon's City Under Martial Law.
,t.onal woman was. struck by the former before
.- gallantry. In .action and he bndk' .
knife. The operation was
k per. The city Is now practically. under
: ,
,' ;.; medals to .attest the fact.. she knew it was near. her. Julia Child Choked To Death.Atlanta. .
two Rice Killed and formed at Scarrltt's hospital. Before I
Agent EngineerAahley martial law the blue uniforms of the ,
he distinguished himself during was auout 60 years of-age. 4. Tba 4months-old
Again Feb. -
Injured. the: operation was performed the sur national. guardsmen appearing. on every '
the cholera. outbreak in devoted son of Charles Sweat. who lives just would mi.
In Florida.' Savannah Feb. 3.-In a collision on geon stated that It prove a side.
r attention to duty in the stricken camp. Admiral Dewey outside'the city: limits near the Technological nor .affair. Later. he stated that. the
the Seaboard Air Line railway b\!tveen' Details. are changed every two hours.
:" Fort Lauderdale Fla.. Feb. ..-Admiral
.. Reid purchased his dls'charge
Sergeant school was found dead in had undergone the ordeal in
'", passenger train. No. 66. northbound The armory, the city hall the church.
.and Mrs. George Dewey accompanied
,I" ''. from the army and. came. to bed morning about 10
yesterday a satisfactory manner. It will be necessary -
by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cory. and an extra freight train" at 11:12 es and other public places have bert ,
:; in 1865. The child had. been left .
\0; America o'clock. apparently however for the pattent to remain
"" .. 3eoige Bonard. arrived here from o'clock last night Mall Agent J. Au. turned Into temporary shelters .
1\\ : well and strong. When the at the hospital for probably. two '
this and will brey Rice. of Jacksonville. was killed dreds being rendered homeless. Tile '
Beach morning
'- Colonel Moor. Widow Suicides. mother went to take It from the bed weeks. ,
several days hunting and fish. and Engineer Ashley slightly Injured. moral effect of this fire upon Waterbury
Francisco Feb, 3.-The I Identity spend she discovered that It was dead. The
i San ,
cannot. be otherwise than.
ing on New river and the sound. The The collision was caused by Engineer pro
t middle-aged richly dressed coroner was. notified and ha held .an
ot a Struck' by Fast Train.:
of the nounced. An Associated Press corre
the day fishing and sightseeing Ellison freight train over
i., woman. who committed su'_ lde in party Inquest about noon. From the evidence Allentown Pa., Feb. ..Jacob Heller spondent asked Mayor Kilduff If ho ,
in launches. at the beach and running his meeting point.
f.,, Stockton on Friday night has. been established river. the Jury believed the child died a wealthy farmer and tanner of would call for financial. aid from out _
: by friends in this city. oa Killed By Train. from asphyxiation. probably caused by Lehlgh. Gap and William Deltrlch. otPhiladelphia side cities The mayor responded.
Hammond Moore of phlegm In the throat.. struck by the
/ah was Mrs. were quickly saying:
Burglars Loot Postofflce. Brunswick Oa. Feb. ..-Horace. B.
the widow of Colonel Black. Diamond Express train on the
New York city, "Waterbury although suffering a
Canal Winchester 0., Feb. 4.-Burglars Randolph. one 'of Brunswick's best Fire Destroys Wraehoime.Hawklnsvllle. ,
Hammond Moore. an ofttcer of the con. Lehigh Valley railroad near Lehigh grievous blow will take care. of her
kr entered the postoffice here last. known-and most highly respected citizens Oa, Feb. 5.-Fire was
federate army who settled In New night and stole $400 worth Of postage was .accidentally. killed by stepping discovered Monday: night about 12 Gap last night and killed. Mr. Heller self .although extremely grateful lor _
civil She his had stepped out of
and companion
York shortly after the war the expressions of sympathy. tnat bn-o
stamps and $20 in money. The safe In front of a Brunswick and Birmingham o'clock in jhe warehouse owned by J. ;
1 San. Francisco. from Guatemala the way of one train. directly In frontof "
to side.
came was broken open and everything taken train enroute to Savannahyesterday. IS.. Hugging and situated near tile union poured In on every .
last May In the course of a tour the Black Diamond, which was. running '
discovered the evidence tends
that. was In it. The loss was not .All to In this city. The alarm was '
she depot at the rate of B0ralles an hour. ARKESTINQ OFFICER. '
around the world which began KILLED .
until Postmaster Dibble came show that he unconsciously stepped promptly given but as the building _
three years ago and which had just to the office this morning. Suspicious before the moving train which un wooden structure and filled wIth :
was a
concluded. The cause. of her sul- 0 Ultonla Had Stormy Voyage. Jackson Miss.. Negro Puts Bullet
characters had been about the town. known to him. was within 60 feet and ouildlng material the flames spread'
Ireland. Feb. ..-The
is Queenstown Through Policeman's Heart
side After exhaustive
unknown.Kaiser's drawing nearer. an .
rapidly and nothing could be done except which '
line steamer Ultonla
Jackson Miss. Feb. 8.-Jim Red
Journalist Dies In Savannah. Investigation the coroner's jury rendered
Miss Roosevelt: to save the surrounding buildings sailed. from Boston Jan. 23 for LIver. mond a popular policeman was slot
Gift to
Savannah. Ga.. Feb. ... -E. H. Makk, Its verdict of accidental deat and
The depot burned slightly several
; New York Feb. 3.-The kaiser's I an Austrian journalist. having business and exonerated Engineer Flints from the railroad. track were pool and which arrived here today. re through the heart and instantly killed
cars encountered terrific
Alice Roosevelt in con. blame. ports having here Saturday. night by a negro from
gift to Miss connections In Rochester N. Y., all The loss .
nectlon with the visit to America of respondent for several badly damaged. was partially weather on Jan. 26 and 27. During Canton. said. to be named Jim Frye,
and being
covered by Insurance.. two days. blizzard .and high
the Berlin Elders Suit. i these a whom he was taking to jail.
Admiral Prince Henry says European publications died here yesterday Mormon Bring
correspondent of The Journal. and from a complication of dis Lavonla. Ga., Feb. 1.-It Is learned. seas. prevailed. and the vessel was Redmond called. for assistance and
' few months here that on .acount of the whipping Hunter's Smoke Was Costly. only able to steam 100 miles a day. those who came had a fearful struggle ,
be gold jewel south
Advertiser. Is to a case, eases. He came a Albany Ga., Feb. 5.-A party of Ma.
richly studded with diamonds.. In the ago for his health. His body will be ot two Mormon elders near here last before they succeeded in dIsarmIng
conites went down to Albany to hunt Fatal Fight In Saloon. the He hustled off to
center of the lid Is a portrait of the sent to Rochester. December 37 prominent citizens around negro.
and had a very peculiar experience. Cincinnati. Feb. '.Walter Bryant
with mob at his heels and but
Jail a ,
the here have been sued for $50,000 dam. :
In enamel with IllIperl..11lI0nogram ,
kaiser They hired several teams at Albany Dunn the
; is dead and LonnIe dying as for Sheriff Harding there would have
Patent Granted. It is said. that the prosecutorshave
diamonds. Letters ages.
.' in and drove out to the hunting ground result of shots Inflicted by Ernest Hall
Tallahassee. Fla. Feb. 1.-Letters the names ol many who had been a lynching.
When the \left their teams one of In saloon '
party early thIs morning a on
baa called'out the
Governor Longino
issued for the nothing to do with the whipping, .and -
Madame Nordics III. pat at were yesterday
threw down in All
the gentlemen a cigar Longworth street. Hall escaped.
of the Operators. Coop did not hear of it for some time after Capitol Light Guards and they are
Francisco. Feb. 3.-Mme. II.L.an incorporation
San the broom sedge, and a few bO\111later; are colored. Hall Is a parlor car con the jail. Judge Pov.dl .
;' Nordlca.ls confined to her room erage company of Lees burg. ,wIth a It was. done. One Is .a "nUla old man now guarding
on their return they found that one of ductor.
manufacture. and living 10 miles from th. -tents of whIp. sent word that. he had reconvened '
Palace hotel with an attack" capital of 40.000, to. .
at the the buggies had been entirely consumed !
' Dr. James W. Ward sell all kinds of barrels staves, beads ping who has not been aLto to be out the grand Jury and would give thenegro ,
.. by fire and a very fine horse utter.'ly Collision on Illinois Central. Redmond
other wooden products. CarlOeary at night In years but who la wealthy. / an immediate
that the and
who Is In attendance says ruined. Rockford III., Feb. ..Word has widow and three chil
and M. W. XII leaves a young ,
O. Overutreet
It Is resultof .
serious. a
attack is not reached here ot a rear end colll
just '
Child's Burns May Prove Fatal. dren. The excitement here Is Intense. '
the singer's recent experience fn a man are the Incorporators.Shipments Columbus, Qa., Feb. 4.Frank Cain Thomasvllla's Poitoffice.Thoraasvllle. sion on the Illinois Central near Al

railroad wreck. from Fernadlna. the year-old son of Mr J. H. CaIn. Ga., Feb. 6.-The appolntmcmt worth early today. One fireman la $50,000Fire at Msntone, Ind. f

Fernandlna Feb. Following are was badly and perhaps fatally burned of F. D. Dlsmukes\ !! to sue reported killed and several other persons Warsaw Ind., Feb. 3.-Late. last ,' -

i, Florid Postofflees. the shipments from this port during at the family residence on Rose Hill ceed A. D. Rika as postmaster here i iannounced. ii Injured. night a disastrous fire at Mentone. this ,

'., Washington. Feb. 8.-C. E. Tufts the month of January 1902: Foreign- yesterday. The little fellow caught Several prominent clt county wIped' out half the business -11I __ __ __

baa been appointed postmaster at Harney Lumber. 975.698 feet, spirits 5 barrels fire from the, grate and ran screamingInto sane were applicants for the place and Poultry and Live Stock Show. portion of the town. causing a, loss on. '

Hlllsborough county.: Pa. I. H. rosin. 8,694 barrels; phosphate his mother's presence in the the appointment of Mr. Dlamuken I III RaleIgh. Feb. ..-The Wilmington buildings and stock of HO.OOO- $50.- .to'

:- ,Armstrong has been appointed postmaster rock; 13,650 tons; cotton. 2,550 bales. kitchen. She seized a rug and extinguished regarded quite .a compliment to his I Poultry and Live Stock association 000, on which there was but little In. f

S at Plcolata. St. Johns county Coastwise-Lumber, 5,446,057 feet; the flames but not until he ability. He had for aorutf time been, will today open its first exhibition. surance. A whole block of stores and 'S

A has been estabJlshed ., United State marshal. ITher are more than BOO entries ,destroyed.
Fla.. new ppstofllce lumber U... 1.764,805 feet. bad been fearfully burned..JL deputy two residences were
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f I,:,',,' The rind of a fresh cut cucumber-will o o o o 0 Taasprlai

,",,' '" ,-iSSON VI, FIRST QUARTER INTER- give relief to tired tout. i W an t 8.1. I I Fred n Hebmann Artisi: :

; NATIONAL SERIES FEB 9. A strong sohitfon of borax applied l3ar i ,,.

----- twice a day will cure ringworms.It 'ARL01U11 PAI.hf IIk7A'U' )H"TI, ,

/ Trt of the Le Act IT, 83 to T, la ald that raw eggs and milk are 0 1fiapllueetsnail' n") "", ,,,... will dud li| -t.i
Ii' ""ou i OIMKM 8nr\to.. HIII! n 'tt>> 'InriiiM' ,
'" ,. 11 Memory. : V.r..., B-B Golden a sore remedy tor poison of any kind HonSD Built ? .1 f Whiskey I I'ALM Your' I iMilronnao. In nolLMfwl. ? ,
T.xt, Hph. IT, 8B-Oomroentarr. P'- taken into the stomach. BtUfU ItoTVLa PALM HRV('HOEAUBIDEAU

,"' pored br R... D. AI. ....... Soft linen bandages saturated with r $3.00. Other i '_. I ,__--._

[Copyright 32 13.! "With 1901 by Amnrtcin great power Pre*AsuocUHon/gave the] la a 1 excellent per cent for solution a blistered of carbolic flnifcr. acid i i THOS J.' GRiER>> f fo i per gallon.. D..M. : ,.

apo tIle witness of the reaurrectlon of Cornmeal poultices are too heavy bottled -in f :PALMS, SHAVING"'l, TABLOB.SHOP
the Lord JOBUB, and great grace woe up- where there is great tenderness' Flaxseed .
I, on them all." In these days" we can and slippery elm should bo, used s Contractor I and ,quan5 {Old: -n rI>;t.r.I.I;, ;W T ;lp llll>'

vaitely Imagine several thousands of Instead. U.N1HOR lto IL PlLiM./

,I servo believers the of Lord one, no heart one and clinging one/ soul to his to A good chilblain lotion Is made by |i and | S. gov't. per | YV.uh ViUu D"ao"I), ,

:)'' own things, but each loving the other as dissolving an ounce of murluto of ammonia '
,,il himself and nil having nil things In com In half a pint of cider vinegar. J F
o o la to fill
mon It It was the power of His resurrection Apply It frequently. prepared your Wines and W. ,H;, ARTSON;,
that did thin, they must have When a cold Bret appears In the promptly and in j '

knon-n something that few know today. head, three drops of spirits1 of camphor TAILORING :' ;,
; 34-37, i'oeeeacors of laud and houses In water three hours win it m nner. Estimates ,> t'I. ,
I In sold the their common property fund and that put the the proceed neod oft arrest the cold and give Immediate g1 o on.construction work of r bottled, bond, S in All Us',Branches :
each might be supplied! and that no one relief.A : ; 4 bottles sold f "":"" -...1PRESSING. .' ." "
might have any lack. There was no selfIxhaess slice of bread soaked in boiling description. .. "
and no suit seeking. This seems to tho throat as hot V g ,CLEAXIH6V fI V-
vinegar applied o .-ww..... 'l.V!
nil the moro remarkable when we C<1U- as you can bear it tbe last thing at '

t\ elder wan Keen the strife more than for pie-emlncnco once among that the night before, It morning.A Is said., will cure sore throat I West Palm Beach, f | BAR, .| "I BYE ND REPAIRINGShop

,If twelve pusnover before on the Jesus night died before; yea even IIU racer at the simple remedy for a soro thront Is *o' | ', .. 2 JII on Olive St., ,'t :'t;,Weal 1 Palm{ .Bench' S

:i' ruction, but now they were all fllled with ono teacupful of water one tablespoonful it0110it0tOleOif o o /o o 'Phone 92 2
,''Y 1 the Spirit and hence thin. great differ- of vinegar and half n ten- ----

,, enco. A Spirit filled people will manifest spoonful red pepper, mixed togetherand 0
the life ot Christ and not the life of self. wed aa a gargle every half hour o o o o eollo7io7so710 1OOO r
Jose, surnamed Barnabas son of consolation
I I. .
is to
One method of curing a corn
rt a Levlto, and evidently a true -
tlo. small pad of cotton wool" dipped'
one la mentioned as one of those who a
having land sold It oDd lali' tho tnonevint In linseed oil over it every night after Build .- ;,
i the apostles' feet. Levi! M.<
.. ed," and ha Illustrated the truth "lie until morning. A bit of oiled silk tied ,Move .. I ? ,
t that la Joined to the Lord Ti one Spirit"I over the pad will prevent the oil from

"I", ( Cor. vi, 17)). Our Lord Jeans. not, onli soiling the 8bts.Pr..n. Repair Attachment, FOR 'SALE.
"7\i gave up all Ills riches and bucnme poor

f+/\ to make us rich but Ho actually gave Cleat Fro... Shop work, { Pianos,
Himself for ua. taking tbe place of theftnilty '
1-: J that we might be joined to Him One of the favorite amusements of Repairing or / in Iwenty-nlno and on Liberal styles.Terms. Now U4.ae. time to get you* 'yokingOrange ,

,a1 ((11 Cor. vIII, 0; Gal. II, 20). French ladles at Constantinople is frog Furnished on ,Application. Stock tor'Sprhl/IC' Budding:
If '- v.I. 2. "But Ananias and Sapphlra." hunting. A large paity.Is oiganlzuil. Dock : /
The tares and the wheat will grow together The ladles all appear In), dainty Parisian Celebrated Singer Setting Machine ..
': until the harvest Until Jesus toilets, with very high beds to Call on or $4 10,'
bird vlll In ': I' Mall Ordars will receive year per>
conies again many a lodge their boots and each carries a long : t :" ; ,
the branches but no bird ever become. a rod. The gentlemen are got 2 6. u
M. J. Y
I.. bianch. The comman.lllValk before ERICKSON .
for "la .
Mi and be thou sincere" and, "Thou halt up In proper costumes
A I" bu sincere with the Lord thy God" (Gen. and bear sticks. Then they all adjournto West. Palm Deficit. RIVER VIEW PLANTATION '
xvII. 1, margin; Deut. xviil. 13)), are always some marshy spot where frogs '
i'I' '" binding and "Cursed be be that abound and begin fishing. The bait Is Roseland. 'Fla.,, ON INDIAN'
j depth the work of tbe Lord deceitfully"Jer. \ a piece of raw meat tied to a string at A C. O o o o o o e071oieof WVFR
"M' ( xlvlil, 10)), seems to be always a the end of the bamboo. 0 -
necessary warning. When Abram and The ladles do the fishing and as soon DBAbKIt! ItItoiifrk I 1
Sara agreed to act a lie and Isaac andUt'lipknn as one feels that a fiog.baa swallowed and | TIE t 1
( did the same (Gcn. xII, 11.13; | LOUISVILLE ,& ?
the bolt she gives a violent Jerk to the
sx. -. xxrl 7)), which of us can .ay that Dressed 4
'f t, .' > ..e a* a Hame of fire may not seeniie rod, which brings the frog out on to the NASHVILLE 8 R R.i R.
", dwelt In our Inmost hearts? We land. The attendant sportsmen then ,
aii nut our own, but bought with Ills fall upon the ferocious) animal and slayIt Shingles Doors Sash Blinds | < | i oats' I
; 6ERIES- Rune through trains to Penewcola,,
'mi1' 'inns blood. with their sticks. -The ladles Hornc- Mouldings. Brick

,< *:S. 4. 'Why hath Satan filled thin times also Join in the last fatal act. and Builders' n Mobile and New, Orleans.) To%:? Blr ,
l heart to lie to the Holy Ghost? Thou but the men always try dissuade f
mingham Kaahvtlla and Bt2''aouie
liHit lied uato God." See the oncnesi of them, as In their excitement they frequently FORT PIERCE,, Iti s ,
rip "father and the Spirit for In Iylnto/ I To Louisville ,Clpclnnatl.and
mistake a man's head or foot _
") (In. Spin! they had unto God. See also> ,
I I for the frog, and the sport becomes too LIGHTWOOD 0 Evansville and to Chicago!a out.
i In .nn'n.cc"' of the Spirit and the bell a.- I '
: ci. for.. lu lying to Peter and tbe others dangerous.-London Telegraph.A First Class Lightwood : leaving train. _, 1f
." tl,i'\" lied. unto the Spirit. Notice also Y :
Pineapple Covering and For reeervailonsrates \
I hill it88 the work of the devil the fa'I Week'. :Mena.There sleeping car !
"I Iht-r of lien, In Ananias, the same adTer-, was once a woman who begged poses AddressH. xf eta., call on or address
Bury who In the garden of Eden lied to that when she died there should B. 2i B. H. 't.,0'
Uvp!: and. has ever since been practicinght / be engraved her tombstone not HOPKINS ,
:, nnlt..I'lIes.. Contrast Peter filled A 'j'.',
"She hath done what she could," but Florida. | TLORIDAPABegNtlEJQCtt: !:!:! '
I ;y-; v ih. the" Spirit t and Ananias filled with "She bath tried to do what she could -1-I90J 0. I.... sae. trout Any fie.Jaakeeeglle. .'
:i' .u/ mill I the high priest and others 811ilh : .
r4; ,r i, > IniliKiiatlon! or envy (chapters IT, not. o o o o Oi101e01101e0110 'W.il ,- "
"' s 111!1. \', ;it 1, IT). 1C filled with the Spirit. How many poor tired housekeepersfeel Geo. S. Hacker ---
.f I "III IIIK! no place In us. Tbe Spirit that they are preparing for them
1'' C /nib and the father of lies each de- selves a similar epitaph as the oft repeated -

iw. but neither can fill as unless we ever recurring question greets .1'1'r BICYCLES'
i. .ulna\ them.J. ( Mangoes.
them every morning \\1iiit shall we
II, Dead and burled la a few hours; have for dinner?" I //I Ia
rriiiu the earth!
and from his
posMIIIH. An excellent plan which was given : Wheels; kept fn first clase ,
J but !none where? To the true 141 /: States. Palms, Ph, llan con-
_ by a dear delightful old Creole lady ditto, When :you want to renta
i ".r Hu.1; death. la /gain and far better | | | 'of Citrus Stock
td P ..,.imimiiiK here. But what of Ana. and a most excellent housekeeper of Address good.eaay-itdinx, go to
," ; l' UH| name meant. "Jehovah lam. this city who has used it for years. Is
-):I '" ." Hat did he know the saving to write out a menu for tho entire Palm Beach. Fla. E. PORTER -

/l r .nf Ji'liovahVVe. know that therei week and have It pasted upon the pnn- .+ _, _
I "i' n thing as being saved a. by fire. try door. It is thus handy for reference -
i v 1111111 I may destroy the flesh and yetI And Get
i for cook and marketer and saves .
"l.h'lt I be saved that some of tbe
j .ui'Uilirrs. of the church were sickly and a great deal of worrying questions ko
some dying because of eln and that ireme and from dining room and kitchen. MANUFACTURERS A Rambler
"t"i" :.. told to judge nothing before the New Orleans Times-Democrat. o
1 : time until the Lord come ((1 Cor. Ill, 15; Doors, Sash, 1 ?

'r:N: v. 5; xl, 30; Iv, fib yet Rev. xxi, 8, gives The I..... Bed reoaa. Blinds XI Wheels For Sate.':
t r '. UN little hope for Ananias. An ideal bedroom should be provided -- .
7. 8 "It wag about the apace of three with the essentials for healthful sleep. -AND- I I I
.f:: burrs after when his wife, not knowing I Ana General Repair Work done by an
S Tbe
room should be a. nearly as-possible Building
wbn( was done came In." Three hour. I i Expert Repairer
free from
kept' anything that
r a widow but not aware of It. How long
they had journeyed together In these would contaminate the air. The windows CHARLESTONS. S. i 2 Olive Street West Palm Beach
;: .
mortal bodies, we do not know, but hi.Iii" should be so arranged as to open ta' Largest Factory .,
S ,', journey baa ended, and hers Is about ti>, at top and bottom. The floors should Send for Price.
I ; though she Is all unconscious of It. Per- bo bare and tho rugs used! on them so
Iii" hupH Mho had come seeking him wonder- small that they can be taken out of i -Lffle I SPROUL'SEXPRESS
I: log why be delayed to return borne. It doors wltb ease for cleaning and air- q ;
la a sud story and should teach us to be
ins Everything about the should
/ room
:t sincere with God, who doelrea truth In WOOD Wo 0 FurnlturemovedRaggage .. ,
j be washable. The bed should .bo. light
'k. tbe Inward part (Ps. 11, 6)). If we did York transferred and general !'
fi not know that Peter wa. tilled with the and fitted with strong casters so that ,i -
----- done
>I)it- ,;, Spirit we might feel like questioning his It can be readily moved. The mattress dray Ing at reasonable
way wltb her and might wish that he should not be too soft and above all. Stove o rates.TwO'Seated. t
1' "' had sought to lead her to repentance but tho room should not .be. overf urnlebed.
i,, 'I.t -- perhaps her heart was fully set In her to Delivered to Any fart x CarriageOr

I I '"If do evil (Heel vlli, 11)). Drew Rul... company f Single Buggy o O
0, 10. "How la It that ye have agreed Says a French writer: "There are
u ;'t : together to tempt the Spirit of tbe I.ordV' two alethods that n woman can adopt Leave orders at Wood dollars' left. For hire by'hour or dayo .
r. So one with God are His people that inane Avenue near the Jt Leave orders
for Manilla
",H' being always well dressed. The at House.
J when we touch them wa touch Him, and or address!
e first Is extravagant, consisting la and the S JW.&f
"! 't' as we deal with them, we. deal with Him ,
(Zech. II. 8; Act. Ix, 4)). There Is onapeakable slave to fashion and in ruthlessly J. T. R'1' America. 0
r comfort and yet a solemn I I'j spending time and money. The second g .
warning la this great truth. How awful Is ecouomtrnl, consisting! In having a rnoriuKroB, AGENCY
I Is this scene before usl She Is for the I few dresses well chosen, appropriatefor dividends to | ?
lint time told of her husband's death and tbe occasions that compose one's other
two S
at the same time told that she must die, life and these gowns should be so CONTINENTALPLANT
and In a moment she 1 Is 0
In the
.i .' morning/ they are In health but united IDa few that they'last only as long as the Auxilliary Yacht Jf

'iRij.:., Ho to God that they may appear before season and permit their wearer to enter -
',( ;i men to be very rellglou., but before nightS the following ono with a new mod less, and its f
S -S '" they are found out (Num. xxxli 23)), and est supply following this rule one ARTHUR COMPANY
k, .5 are dead and burled. Two llnrs In one can always be In the latest fashion | loans, and x
e ; grove But their souls- If not ..avedI. and "
always freshly arrayed. :Makes
daily other *
s a. by fire, then Luke xvi. 23 first clause, trips any Of Kittrell, N. O.
1 tells their fate. It was the hand of God Agnes neppller'a Cat. o
+ :e and the Judge all --
I. of the earth doeth
Agnes tho West Palm
Reppller, essayist bas n 311
; ., right (Uen. xvlll 'ZS; Rev xv, 8)). Bee remarkable collection of o STRAWBERRY PLANTSTomato !
also Act xll. 23; Jer. xzvllt, 10 17 and cats only one .I.ICabbage
; ., yet believe firmly that "Uod I. Love" and of which a prize Angora Is alive. Munyon's o and Celery:: ; PUtnu.'VARNATION .
J ':, "not willing that any should perish" (I Some of the others are relics of ancient plans before | '
r > John Iv, 8; 11 Pet. Ill, 0)). Egyptian rites and others again VINKS

..t<. 11. "And /great fear came upon all the are souvenirs of Holland Switzerlandand Stopping at all Point of will do ,better f A Specialty.
church and upon a. many as heard! these Japan. Miss, ICeppller says that We handle ,a...... and
;:. :,,_ things." It was a needed lesson for tbe the reason the cat la not more generally O. 1,. l..b.r, Glett Bt. Mary.n.Ptnnls for t
I' > times and although He does not"always
/ extolled for fidelity and intelligence A shuns. of
your patronage solicited.
-. thus swiftly punish sinners. lie always "Is partly: her own fault-she is so un Steamer leaves West : 1 Gen'l Agt. f
i ,
a hates sin and tells us that be that telleth communicative." WAIt% ORDBR8 PROMPTLY FILLEDAddress
lie. shall not tarry In His sight (P. cl, 7). '
at A.M.
/ ; We cannot but think of the swift judg | Fla. FRANK. COCK; ,
1 ,- r' ment upon Aaron's sons at the beginning\ Oily Jlottl.... arrives at 4.30 P. I II-Jot' f, 0. Box 144 ...e.t Palm gash Pisr -
..M. y r 6e-? of God's dealings with Israel (Lev. x, 1, When you wl.h to usa a glass bottle f
I 'i-- :'. 2)). If all liars In the church today and, that has contained oil and desire to remove 0
all ministers who use strange fire were the traces of oil, nil the bottle 311 "
ry thus summarily dealt with there would with ashes and place It In a kettle of Round-Trip .Fare o o o o o o o7toltolj Situatigns Sacured ; tlarg.dua.mtualonnfune.d
(, J b. no end of funerals and a truly great cold water." Put the kettle on the fire ;'

fear upon many. Although God seems and let the water to boll Wrlit L.... ,
come a gradually .
f" alienee M one tat ouluciM. 't, ,, to keep concerning the corruptionsand Keep It boiling for an hour and .... I I;..""
4* -
abominations in Ills professed people .,. ,
allow the bottle to remain in It until N.B.-Finest blue MasseySsalavtMKvllls. ;
", He assures ns that lIe will not always fishing ,'to '
;, ,a. keep silence and that judgment mu.t bngin it gets cold then empty out tbe ashes on Lake Worth, THE SOW K,. MMtaom..,. la.Hoiwtan )J
at the house of Gad (1'.. II. 8; I wash wltb soapsuds and rinse with Tiu C.lv.bul.lla. a ,'r.

-, '.t.1v11T _. Clear water. IcksiM,V.. "i"lale' hag. Alb,'holl.llle, ale. t
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for( which we have no suitable frock!: -. -
..."'" .,'L'roJi' -.' '.","
th nz 1 question bobs up """ y< \ ""

J Ito 3tlfll horn! season to Happy{ V m V PAUt, c. JONES w C. MINNJCK
? b JQ't of clothes: tw-
('0 I'M adle one had women arc '

$ //"M well nigh (flstrac'tod trying to ring thefiboiigM If -. ---------: ; JONES & MINNIOE. '

on! U u prevallluK fashions oll you use ,
,t M CWAAMI4 I ;. : 'L STAfltSv>? tt l. .':*> *|tlil4iielvi9rpi'A( |!! i friend who $$
ljADY, bits consulted them on tills momentous : AND d
_ B4,o UOMpltaufE Lodpb3F: Bdbli'lA14'I .toV! ,( }t Iii always I a rood plan to ask! The Famous'. U Building: Contractors ..
...aJjI:, n'en' to American. foil gflijUbnJ ll'fyour t( own taste In :
"f,l' dress Is a trifle uncertain but be '
f34t fhnany $ $
holdea4n'Jp\ adpni.M1; ; ,, PHINT
'' .
ou' vVefl-iiTMiuftlng! some one who .
:wtiV b AtUerfftnns'\ ole sure of a cordIal really knows something about clothes 8 Only the Best ,of Mechanics

' AyeteemehlS'tltOt I of Lad-'Stanley, )i dint \aaih: lt.l
"rlffl SlrJlUepty' \; the explorer) your particular style and makeup. 'have just received a big: lot- Buying Employed on Our Contracts :

f As Dorothy 1>nnnnt tile mngnJUI\i'! Airaldilbattlngticlotues! \ fussily made, for
and l. > brJilllAPpy of LadyBtg the Affect Is always spoiled by too in.such, large quantities enables us to get

aq1\i\\ \iq\+1dll 1t() IWhyg le"sttlfl'L&TWiA JtftflcU.tj-jB! "ir! !>gland:.letlbwni4lack) ., ; of the i lowest prices, ,and to. secure cheaper WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA '

flea 41ldt.alYMROUklrlaautltatr'\ \ : "hilt af,. "ROod; taste In tilings sartorial; so If you freights, and places', us in a position to 1JI. o-tr
--' acu''owx"ol: : ruitCus.au"< :jW1uw"Jnnko:
trio ufdllfdry) ; Snb'Tfundoubtedly (1a6SAf !*-I
11'uKrWt frth'' '"'$''hlI'ttl! \{ "lfhdfir6h i up your mind to be'fpUgfl! ,IHMIOTVI one give our patrons $ iPC:

rnl\ Jed tbn ." ".& j o ";sit 'who,, ivIUjtl I ilo to your"gonuj!: | thut dls. I
eN ,
,. If it have Come In and
a0.II/A" fl ''1'11'1',1' etftr: ,-, .11.,1; I I. : Oiictlvdf : you once use you will no other. get familiar with our --- '- --
tl Ie lp' : \ n ,tlinnyoiu .
10 ftl( ,sIlO n !1tJ'.pn tkln! y f tbte or#111tj; W, RgoI jfeiOuJ ggj'jjrap.iparel '
:,, Btun'le fatdti'n'dJ, I\betJ ,' Sof 1 liI'loo' :! ifcidS fiui' I gllrrf Yorlas, to pos W.. P. HATCHES: G. W. S. BELL

., '/f.ereete".he. Bn.ys, in everything Inter. sess., HilYIng' ': cioinfeS'iflaiJb to suit one's JEFFERSON: BLOCK .. ,
,tit own Individuality and yet keeping Hardware

away from the bizarre Is one of tho secrets Contractor'
of being well gowned.-Plttttbwg and

,<;"", ': Dispatch. What She Lo.t. j.: B',,MCGIl\JLEY\ &co.: WEST PALM, ,BEACH.. FLORIDA "

1'hOo'l1e81l of the women's departmentOf The erection and repairing of Buildings Or all descriptions'' given. personal a

one nf our ,great t universities do- attention. PLANS ,AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ', '

8 flares that she no longer anticipates .. Strictly First-Class .. ON APPLICATION. All work, well and promptly '*
dllllcultleo, but, the unexpected helps done. References given if desired.

wblch Will\ remove difficulties. Timidby .. Residence on Evernia Street near Lake Front. p. 0, Boa 6l. f
S r nature, she used to say that she House-Furnishings, 1a.ttHouse ** '

could never survive the shock, of findIng -

a burglar In tier room. One night Draperies, Window Shades, -

f recently she awoke, conscious that
r> Want ;
ono Wall a ;
some was fumbling at her desk. Papers;
The room was quite dark; the clock .

struck 1. She lay there considering 'Wickers Japanese : |
what to do, not af all frightened, but Built ? fII.
Indignant at being robbed. .
very Many
l minutes passed; the burglar still'moved and Enamel Goods

\r stealthily ,about Meanwhile, the T. Grant, Contractor and Builder, Is prepared:: to give

Y dean had 'formulated_ a plan, Calling: \ Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County, prompt service and satisfactory work to juiy one".needing G
BOHOTHT '11tmf 1f'1' ITANI.BT. ner youthrul vcni-rlloqumtic skill Into anything In the construction! line. '

rtIUl.... .tJIngllsb! and American liter- service, sue Bald In a deep voice, seemingly I Jefferson Dlock''' WEST PALM .BEACH Call on or address i;
at the burglar's elbow, "Bodle, ,
aturo she Is'Specially! ; fond, white wIth 1-17 If ,
light the gas." Her maid In the next H. T.
tbat of China and other distant coun- GRANT :
tiles she la wonderfully cdnvwsnntIt room, thus called by her last name, ; .
It'In. In fact, extraordinary that she shot out of bed, and the burglar shot Do You Want a 6-6-1902 WEST PALM BEACH 'LOR1bA.,::;

i can find time to do much reading' and out of the window. Investigation STEAMBOAT ? }
proved that the man's search had not Whnv them to Sell,and It we have
hot her homo social -
|) / yet neglect : or -
yet reached the drawer containing the none on hand tomiit,we CAD build JHMES .y
About the latter >io one l Is \pnorepunctilious. Just what you went. I H0LLEYJBUILDER :
the' valuables "lIe robbed me only of
Happy) for women, ; _
what J could well spare," the dean :We are also Prepared
housekeeping England Is not nearly 's- : ......1 :
fears'* _._,
eo worrying;; as It Is In America. laughed-"my To Furnish__ ... .
Her home .on Richmond terrace la .. a.a PI.ANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ,APPLICATION .. ,

x charmingly'unpretentious.: The 'drawing Ta melt,' '>nre S'lk. Pumping Outfits for Irrigation., WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

j,+ 4 room Is a spot where one Hires ,to ,If yon wish\ t purchase. by sample 1Rtr
llngnf. it la of good propoitlona ,nd and to teat the quality of silk take ten: Write or call on us for Anything in J

well filled, but not oveierowded,'with fibers' of the fllltng of any silk,.and If, Out Line that you need. pKxfcd$ Q x.\\ ,'

artistic,!rjlt" of farnltureunnd; brlc-a- oi| brealdng.ttliey! howa feathery dry ,
; Co.
brae cntlwtetf from various'plnced.!/ Ev- and lackluster., condition! and discolor Merrill-Stevens Engineering TO ALL INTERESTED'' ',' l '

eryth'nu la more or lens Olin rirlty. the fingers In bundling you may at ,
once be sure of the ,of dye JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville .
Fnrnlture Is hot here Just bwnusw It ia', presence ,
furniture. Of old enamels and miniatures and of ni'uncial!,weighting'/. PROPRIBTOa TIPellillsularElectric ;
+" Or take a small portion of the fiber: 11-24 Marine Railways
s there Is In one corner a collection. I
1. .-Philadelphia Press. between the thumb and forefinger and ... :' i ,j {
gently roll them over and over, and Construction:. ..:
I you will soon detect the gum, mineral, V okostokostokdeokokokOkokokOkokokOkokokokOItOrtOkt OI
... Telephone,, Girl.
: ; _. ? soap, etc., should! theIr be any, or their COMPANY'I I I
Y r r -"- "Every girl cannot be a telephone girl, I ,
aa.many applicants learn to their disappointments absence. Truscott Boat MTg Co., | '
.,Glrlawho call_henr and'girls Another simple but effective way to o J IS NOW open to the patronage of the public of West!

able"to. maintain the reputation of ; test the purity of silk Is to burn a o CONs'rRU'' !UQP1 .. : __ 3 Palm Beach and vicinity( .._
the sex for talking often fall In what small quantity of tbe fibers. Pure silk, It business blocking -- Oil"-1ncr.....__... r'......... w-ale{Lees rra'_" > ."'.. .
lit required by the telephone com will! instantly! crisp, leaving only apure High Grade IfkVapor the Lake, un his property a short in all those matters not to- be found in couple ot nays'tion iuim.. t- ", ,.-1-;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chin. B.
charcoal. silk willsmolder
panies. The trouble Is not In the educational Heavily .dyed distance of the Beach: Club. books. Give yourchildren a foreign paper *<"' '
!leaving a greasy yellow ash. Jeffersjn.: *> but In the physiological/ I teat. I 0. -- which contains not one word about
If cannot break the ten strands o Mar; A is just like a bill of fare.
you newspaper
Some education Is required ns a //1 dr place or thing they ever A. S. Botsfor-1, bead of the firm of A, !
and If they do not discolor the fingersat No likes! all it contains. Tbe any person '
natter; of course, but the greater attention J. D. O. MORRIS, AgollolrosoiaoltOitosolro71okolsoliokrs person saw, or perhaps ever heard of, and how 's. Bot>for<] & Co., has. gone to 'the
tbe point of contact, be
you may what like
Is to select
IS paid to bearing and sponklng.The' proper way you
interested ? Eastern markets to lay in a stock of the
do them to
well assured that yon have pure silk yon expect
applicant must possess auditory o and leave what you dislike for those who '
nerve. ,8010' clearly ,to distinguish that l Is honest In Its make and durable have a different taste. Doa't find fault But let them read the home pnpr and latent Spring styles of goods for their
Ire la the wear. hear of people whom they meet and of splendid trade, Mr. Botsford will not
'words all' Boris of conversation, re- i with the meal because you can't swal
with which they lire familiar and return until! March.
garftosa rounding noises and the Tbs Kitchen. ith, low 4lie \list.-Melbourne Times. places
sounds on the telephone interest is awakened which increases -
frequent Interfering soon au
If you wish to save labor in the Judge Cromwell Gibbons, one of the
\line.,. dolma M/lNON'S, I The East Coast Chautauqua, The with the arrival of every local
kitchen see that the cupboards and leaders in the
prominent legal
Then above all, she must not only be a of the'Tropics commences profession
H. Cbautauqua Thus a habit of reading isformtd
dresser drawers are kept tidy day by paper.
able to talk, but know how fo talk. dn;. Nevtr let them get into such a glCaseaacner) s G Uh"VA: : J4'rice. at Melbourne, Florida, on March ad, and those children will read pa- of Jacksonville\ is dolcg the Dade

Defect In speech Is fatat. ArtiCuiatlonpltcb'of state that they need a good turningout. Guava and continue. to March '14th. Rev. S. pers all their lives and become Intelligent County resorts. For several days be ,

voice and general self posses- Have nil :your tins labeled clearly, Cion.Jelly D. Paine, pastor of the West Palm Beach tneu'and women, a credit to-their has been a guest of the Hotel Royal '
.Ion are moat carefully considered, and Pulnciana, aud today Miami\ fora
that tlino is lost In off and lectures goes
so no taking tf. Congregational Church, on ancestors and strong in the knowledgeof
examination In these requisites Is or
putting on lids, and give each tin and "Personal Reminiscences of Seba to. Is FalrmOunt few days at the Royal Palms.
necessity conducted viva voce: the world as it today.-
There Is a test In the very manner In jar Its own shelf and place. Never let ; :: pot on March the 12th, at 3:30: p. m., (Minn.) Sentinel. Mr. E. B Dunshee, of Boston Masi.,
the flour dredger, salt Jar, etc., remain
which' the applicant goes tbrougb the and on "A Trip from London to the I one of Florida's regular winter visitors
unfilled. Itcflll them
as soon as they
exanl atlon. Any Indication of 'nervousness are'emptied; have sufficient but not ewre Battle field of Waterloo, on Thursday, The cultivation of the oyster has not for the past eighteen pence as representative -

.hysteria- : or want of solt'poll- more than necessary cloths In use and i---------n March the 4tU.. A new auditorium has b'een carried on to any great extent upon in Florida and Cuba of leading/ _

session will' cause rejection of tbe can wash them out when they are done been built, capable of seating a thousand the Bunt Coast of Florida, but the East hotels, railway and steamship lines, i tt:

didate.The stumbling block Is tbe with for the day. Always-.have a supply };: persons _--j C ast oyster is quick to improve its opportunities here again for another season Lcu-t

greatest of herbs, raspings and spices ready :Ii remarks on Its own account. Until year he passed the entire season in Havana _
voice, for the majority of girls are not The Tampa! Herald truthfully '
clear In their enunciation and very at band. that '"every mile ot railroad that is recently there were none of the PhotodSWJard biv.hea in Lake Worth but a change
L/ many; have a strongly marked twang Waahtng Woolen. built In Florida increases the value of F. C. Caldwell, formerly of Jasper,
If I that la certain to cause their rejection. Nearly all woolen goods will wash i a half dozen farms, adds to the value of I in the condition of the waters has been. but now a Cutler land owner, is now engaged ;

r o. well if the/ work Is done rapidly, .but CLEMATIS AVENUE | their products, to the conveniences and taken advantage of by the oyster without on the Daily News for the season.
V.1.. of L\n.weter. no soap should be rubbed over the fabric any-' artificial aid, and now the Lake
Opposite Masonic Tempiover/ eujoymenta of the families occupying Mr. Caldwell is one of a large family of
In every home where these blessings/ nor should It be rubbed on the addsto furnishes oysters sufficient to supply the
s. F. them. Every farm that U opened printers, his father, Jno. M. Caldwell,
children 'and Bowers, are :found limewater washboard. Have the suds well mixed wants of the hotels and cottager. at
the business and resources of 'the editor of the News of
West Jgoodrid Jasper being one
y'I, should be kept prepared for frequent and the soap well beaten to a lather. Palm Beach. Weather conditions, a
use, and It:Is so ,Inexpensive and Then wash tho material by rubbing be. thee railroad nearest it. While this Is not season of unusual rains, the shifting of' the best known newspaper men lu' d

so valuable that 111 fresh supply ought tween tho hands; then rinse In* very _vas r_v_e-*-Tge of the whole truth ot the relations between sands closing I 8 bar often annihilate Florida.Mr. .

always to be found In the family medicine blue water and Iron on the wrong side hotel.18ti railroads and farms, it is a large part of up
areas of oyster grounds miles in extent and Mrs. J. R, Higlitowcr leave
closet.If while damp with hot irons. it and an important part tbat can stand
any of tbe children show a trifling angeAlh a good deal of study by farmers and But they reproduce themseves'with tomorrow mooning for their home in

Illness from Indigestion It la claimed Feeding; the Baby. s! 'man, railroaders." marvelous rapidity when the conditions Dublin. Ga. The acquisition of Mr.HUhtower rj

f that a-diet of milk wIth a tablespoonful Very young babies should take their lye et ___T are again Favorable. There seems to be : : to the list of interested business

of limewater added'to',tbe quart bath; at a.time,between two feedings rtfiall. I maE The governors of each state in the but little danger of the exhaustion of the men in tills place Is a valuable one,

will give relief without any other med- When* the process In well over and the u s Union have been asked to serve on"a oyster in this section at present.:-St and' TUB P OPLKS' PAPER sincerely

Iclne. baby la incased lu soft, clean change + n national committee to bring about a Augustine Record. hopes that these worthy people w II

t "This Is a remedy frequently prescribed of dainty garments, ho can have his change In the date' of the presidential soon teturn to make this their

to children under 10 who seem milk anti go to sleep, to awaken later WEST PALMdldly" Inauguration Uo:! far a large number Townley Bros of Miami whose advt. home. Important lumber permanent inter.eats a

Indisposed. It furnishes a simple food ready to go for the outing that' keeps have answered all of them in favor of is l to be found in Taft PKOPi.H'3 PAPER, Mr. *
and allows the digestive organs a the little cheeks rosy.Yon } cbanRe'ald most of them are doing: a "land office business" lUre compelled Hlghtower'a early
chance to rest and restore tbeniselvtfi : the proposed made return to Georgia, else they would have
condition. LAKE WORTlratl..m. de lguatlng the 3oth of April as their enough. Among recent sales by been with us'until Summer.W. .
to their normal GIOT...
: noted
::1 this enterprising firm recently area
choice. Historically, this dale is more
mixed with equal parts
Limewater A well dressed woman buttons on A., T.. lt0tl pPyan than the fourth of March, lot to J. N. Chamberlain, of Massachusetts I. Me teal f, K q., Grand Represent
to to a \
' of. sweet oil Is excellent apply her gloves with the rest of her toiletIt appropriate
skin Is not off. because the first president was Inaug- ; a lot to Anthony & Yarborough; a alive from Hypoluxo Tribe No 23 to the
burn where tbe : is said that the Frenchwoman puts Launches Yachts! Sail and Fiahoolat '
during the winter '' last of Met- lot to Gallatt Bros.; lots 13 and -14 of Great Council of the Improved Order of
For the potted plant on her gloves in her dressing room, the Built to Orter Overhauf Wed- urated on day April.
season limewater will prove In- American woman In the lobby and tbe ; $ others dorologically, those who know Washington Block toy of the Tuttle Estate to Chns.rUber Red Men, returned from Daytona

dispensable If earthworms have' found,! English woman In tbe sticet. Boat Yard weather at both seasons favor of Michigan; for Senator J. N, Wednesday night. Tbe reports. at their

t tt ,; tbelr way Into the pots at the time of 10-18-tf P. O. a1 only the later date. Camden a lot to John Kronowltter; for Annual Session show the order to be

1' repotting for they ;will"soon exhaustthe t A writer'tn a: medical journal has :lag: cui. Q, A, Worley, a lot to Miller & Brand- In a must prosperous condition. The .

nutriment of the sail and leave the advanced the theory; ,hat women' lIons. A. C. Croom,State Comptroller, age.: Besides these sales, the Messrs. officers tbe Great Council! as elected d

plants In a sickly condition. heavy.,bats are responsible for wom- 'J. B. Wbitfield State Treasurer and B. Townley Bros. have purchased a f 1,000 I were\ : Grand Sachem', J. L. Rankle of
s' An"occasional application-- of weak en's jangling nerves and proverbial andjg E. McLin State Commissioner of Agriculture Gautier and St. Senior
; lot from T. N. also one of Augustine; Sagamore J. W.
limewater will soon destroy the worm Lumber
i S without, Injnrlng the plants, and the quick temper. ; {n and Immigration, arrived here I the finest properties in the city, a* lot White, of Jacksonville; Junior Saga-

' fresh: /green appearance of the leave If1 women were not so unduly; enthusiastic \er from overland from Fort Myers Saturday adjoining the new hotel to be built by more, II, K. DuBois, of Port Orange;

will quickly show the good results of over small matters, there .. Every thing-sin- line th evening and left next morning for Tal S. Graham. Parlies desiring to investIn Prophet, W. E. Hitch, of Palatka; Chiefof

this simple remedy. would not be.so- many nervous wrecks "j at from lahassee. They had been south to investigate Miami or South Dade property will Records, C. T. Row ten, of Palatka;

Milwaukee .Journal.A Lime Sash :Nails fifty.al" the proposition to close those find the Messrs. Townlejr a firm of courteous Keeper of Waumpum, Merwln; Sen ..

; Clothe Prebltm I* 1'1.' T.r Ilved.v with Okeeehobeoi drainage; canals which reliable men, with a. fine list of ior Sanap, S. A. Walker, of Key West;

r "lIow 'shall I have my new gown delicate perfume for the gown la Cement Doors Paints erdog empty into the Caloo ahacbee. The desirable properties as can be found in Mureshewa C. L. Smith, of Daytona;
> made Is a well worn query; tbat reqnlre. made by dropping a little lavender Into milk I Herald man did not have the "gall' to Florida Guard of tbe Wigwam, W. r, Mclcalf,

+ "( no end of thinking, and ;yet the boiling watcr-and holding the garment House Orders' a Specialty ''. +t : awj ask for their report iu advance of its __ of West Palm Beach; Guard of.tbs For

problem le never solved for no sooner over the steam. cotton submission. to the Governor but those Cleaning, Repairing and PreRslng. A> est Tom IIoMrn of Pdlatka. The est

Co\ we plan an outfit and settle down GEO. F. PAD t them interested may rest assured that it will G. Bain,' Scbmid Block, Clematis\ Av Great Council! will\ be held In Jackson
It than an I luvlta-: There art at present flfty-elgbt womli -
to the enjoyment; .
1-10.t' be a fair oae.-PlIllta Gorda Herald.- enue. i-9 tf. I villa in May 1903.
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t',,;: M'RMON I OF It1 V. 8. D,- PAINE.[ the dead. The ilmclplcs who dellerledhim A Popular Book. -- A STRONO LABOR TOWN.In --- --'-.-.-40-- I' -l.;.,_.,"_" 4 .,"':',1',! ,

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I tv\ ) ---- ----- in the hour of prayer rallied. Christ Alton Seven/Per Cwitt orba. ',? '' I'
; ,,11 At the Went "Hide' Cuiir..K:.. onal UhurchKnuilay met them; two absent; one had committed "The reader may make up hismlnd to Voters. Are. Trades. 1lDto.I.] ... 't""

r i't ,' -, MuratugJau.Aatb.4. suicide stung by remorse that he be pleasantly overwhelmed by the upu- Alton, III,, lu proportion to Its ulxv, la. PtOSpectois .
let ce and vivacity "Around the Pan,"
-- -- had betrayed so pure a Ulan Where probably the HtrouKext citadel of or-
Rev", S, D Paine preached to. largecoiiKnKniion was Thomas? lie bad fled, so far, and published by the Nutshell Publishing( II'llntzcdlnbor lu the country

last Sunday morning on had not returned. Company, 1059 Third Avenue, New Out of leas", than 8,500 voters 2,500 'II< ,

"The Attractive Power of Jesus Christ." The disciple waited for the Pente- Yoik.The". I are truths unionists. Thorp are thirty- and INVESTORS ,

His text was funnel in John, 12th Chapter costal power.. Then commenced tile wonders begin with the frontis- I three unions and twenty.. veu of ,

and 3d uud cad verses: "And I, if triumph of Chrjatianit : three thousand piece picture of Prenidifiit McKmley: these were organized by one the man who Will find THE ,,
moved Into
four community TUOPICX
; I be lifted\ up, will, draw all men unto converts in one day; then five thousand; drawn in a tingle line beginning: at a from yearn fit ago Loula.He SUN 'f'' I

me. Tlil he ",aid, signifying what death then many priests! then it spread through ]point on the cheet bone and going la Joseph iGlles, a printer by trade. 1 oa..e d'every week ,.
k He should die Syria, crossed the Hellespont, entered round and round In'a constantly widen. and an accredited organizer for the ",. tj .
.i, Tllere is nothing in all the life and Europe. At the close of the first century ing circle with waY rlap'and down American Federation of Labor. It Is with Just the Information they wa.nt. ,"I'"" 1 ",";',": V'SshPALMS \- '' .\ti.;'

teachings of Jesus Christ that so forcibly 500 thousand; at the close of the bearings of the pen in the proper places while working at Ills case that he has .:, "

\' arrests, our attention as the extraordinary ", third century, ten millions; at the close secure-detachment and shading. We found time to make Alton the model Try it and, confiiwjed. .' ;" r ;'1''',

assertions that he makes concerning of the tenth, fifty million; at the close are told that this portrait his cousidertc city In Industrial organization Subscription Priori :f ,;,,' ;1' I
himself.externally of the ijth century, ODe hundred inil- the most unique work of Its kind in the The trades which ha has formed Into. .. yoaftg; SIx Month >U DByl t ; 'rrir ''Mo tl > t-t ,,: 1

I Je.sua Christ was the Son horns; at the close of the iSth century world'," and if there are_- degrees of I unions, the are painters the bricklayers, the decorators, the carpenters the "" J: ':..."h",1'\ \ \;"- I r '

of a Gallileua peasant. lIe was born in two hundred millions; at the close of the, uniqueness we are ,willing to believe brewery workers, the bartenders, the ." "- -t I eplt>ntUdly'aitll.
I r 'e( poverty He never owned any real estate 19th century, five hundred niilllous; at that this Is moat the thing of which there ,soot and shoo workers, the Butchers, I Uotet a.yat t.<\t,+'1 ;;0 l, ..k'W. ';/!',) rtl "G. I Ile'Enlarged

I He did not own the boat He the close of the loth century, .all the I are no duplicates.: Of Bourse tbere"is, the bakers, the electilcal workers, the The .. tmpl'01/d Peluvlaagt'apt"t? Jtq"tr'' d \< \'':":$
crossed the lakes on; the"colt he rode millions. I text in addition to the pictures, and we hod earners, the laborers, the mining daleoo"ve"lncH' ,,' .;/' :" /I""A" litytllvaptorRata& M, 'IV"

intu Jerusalem; and was indebted to the The name of Jesus Christ is the most! should be surprised iu'leed' to bear tool-workers, the plasterers, the plumbers $2; "$2.50" $300' "'I\i\:) '(I ,1

generosity of a rich man for his burial. potent name on the face of the globe! from any purchaser;(", the opinion that be the quarry workers, the retail! West Palm Beach Fla. ff.rapWtal weeky rat..ddl..a., .; p r..d( '\;' y':;, \r1"w'

t For.thirty years Christ did 'nothing today. Napoleon, at (St. Helena, said had not got his money! worth (fi.oo'))." clerks, the stone masons tha alallon- to-5 "',thO JPulm. ..," Weat J-altn Bench 1'\(1': ;!('to; *, N
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; worthy ot; historic uieutiou, but once, "millions would die for Him." -New York Sue.:; ,, ? nry engineers, the stationary firemen, .
the tinners, the clay .
the .
when He discussed theology with the The Bible Is the most popular book ]in .+:-- -. workers,, the powder mill workers, the < fiiiSi3)9t Ii :.

Doctors of Divinity lu the Temple, His the world today. The Church of Jesus Palm Beach's Golf "Ball''" tailors and the unskilled laborers. Q !'Dt 3r(1( \a .

ministry or teachings were crowded. Into I I Christ Is the most popular institution in ,. While Giles' genius for organizationIs : The OapitalOafe : .

.. three short; years He was arrested and the world today and is growing stronger The frequenters of Palui Beach. where remarkable, the conditions which $ ,$ ::;:: '

'. put to death as a blasphemer and traitor, every day. golf Is the popular sport, sometimes find be found in Alton when he went,there ; Oysters r ',,,,,

i not by the common people but by the The next question Is : In'what does that the game exhausts .their energies In were favorable for his undertaking. : e 'steaks"I' ., rjr, 1 .
ecclesiastical authorities of the Jewish the power of Christ &:consist Some tell I the semitropical climate, and it is thenthat There was already a union of glass Chops Etc.-- ,'
t whose national organization f
blowers 600 strong
nation. us in His heroic sacrifice.. Historyis : they drift to tie, big hotel verandas Is edited with being the I : }'; : :t' ',
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t It was a dark hour for Christianity full of examples of Self sacrifice; the and listen to the ninslc of the redcoated'lIuugarlnn strongest la the world c+T : ? _-- At AU ,Hours[ ''';''

that Thursday night when Christ was three hundred at the pass; the ten band It is here that the new Such a successful! organization-waS .
betrayed by Judas, and arrested and put I thousand at Marathon; the daring[: of "golf ball" comet luto play. The golf; In Itself: calculated to recommend Open From 0 A. M to 1O p; M.JTOHMA3NT .: 'rJ;: 1'\ '

to death outside the city walls of Jerusa Tell; the charge of the six hundred ball Is not made of gulta percha. It is trades unionism to other workers, and : O UPP :Manager; :' j

lem., The diciples fled; not one re where cannon on the right; of them and a Composition of a wineglass; of sherry, they readily*enough fell'into line when : 'Oppo.lt. Jefl.rsonBlock : : c ;)
roamed to give Christ decent burial.It to lead them. Corner Olive Street .nd OJom.U. \ S !
\ a cannon on the left of them volleyed and a teaspoonful of powdered sugar, a dash Giles appeared AT m' aa t.d ,
[iXSySy. r v3vxy. y. v. sv.k hsw Aws Aw l / i
I was Nicodemus, who has been held up thundered. The heroUm. of a Johu Howard of seltzer, a liquor glass of bcuedlctine There have been several.results from 00101Cers taxz' ,
as a moral coward, and Joseph of'Ariniathoei r this wholesale organization of the
of Florence of
: ; a Nightingale; a and about twq fingers of Scotch Whisky
that came forward and begged the | Clara Barton. Nut in that alone. This is packed In ice,* decorated with town' Better wages" fixed hours for
method for settling
work and
a systematic THE
body of Jesus and gave it a respectable I Some tell us, In the fact that He dieda {fruits and "topped off" with a small disputes are credited to It The TRHYELERS4NEW :

burial. All honor to these men. In myj: martyr's denth. There have been flute, 'which, .resembling somewhat a difference In eainlnpra! has been all the rte,

estimation they deserve to be cannonlzed. | many martyrs who met death as heroic. golf ball, gives the drink Its name way from 10 to CO per cent. The small- *
It takes some courage: to stand I j ally as Christ Not in that.. About two rounds with this "ball" are est wages paid in any branch now Is MANAGEMENT,_, .*r t

by a lost cause. Some .say. (in His purity of character. sufficient to make one enthusiastic on the fl.CO for a. day's: work: of eight MRS. N.

Jesus Christ made many remarkable Christ was the purest jnan that ever golF-and other subjects.-Savannah hours on the city streets. Teamsters F. GARCIA, Prop'r. Jacksonville, Ila.

statements. If they had fallen front the entered human history. Not In that. News. are getting $2 a day, and carpenters '

lips of Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Buddha\, Some say lIe was a great teacher. So ----- -.Ss- --- have But a perhaps scale! of the$240 greatest a day. benefit to Electric bights Electric Bells, Datba..Cqolpete! Service
-- ,
Conlucius, they would have placed these I : ,I r
The Famine Is Over
was Oautuama Confucius\ and others. the community comes from the affiliation -
men among the great egotists, and l In none of these, merely, but in the fact of all the unions In a central Tho. Best $2.00. per day Hotel InTake 1j'
would have exposed them to ridicule. The car famine has been relieved, and #, .",
that Christ was higher than man; higher body known as the trades assembly, car at the Union Depotand ask/ the taadteetor tll I""
Jesus Christ said: "I am tne Light of than the Angels; the manifestation of shipments are now coming forward; I which, when any dispute arises, treats __ ___ ,. _i ?-c_ ,?(.
the world; the great moral lunllnaryofthe God to man. serve you promptly" GEORGE F. with employers/ and satisfactorilyaverts '
.., i;
universe," "I am the reserrectlon PADDISON, THE LUMBERMAN!: Eau a strike.To 2.NN NN aw -jyjisre' jiiflfitfjBsriga .

and the life." "I am the door, the way. He died for the race; a death of sub Galhe, Fie e .....'QI 'ff: 1'i i iIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.V Prescriptions'eft1ny Compouprl4dt: ; \,, ,'

t t He that hath seen me hath seen God." stitution. We are all dying a vicarious --*e.Another..--. Cheek Government by 10).00.1011I,-- : ? East Coast BUlllufllI''"-tiollclted.1A .

And the text, ""'I, if I be lifted will death; the soldier; the mother; the mil.I Judge Bartlett of OeorJda-- 1 WEST PALM Iib1A4t1. ti.1ytltt \ ,
I draw all men unto me." This he up spike nurse; the doctor. We live and die for, lassie g Opmn<".'At.J..o- ,.. . --- --- : t"s I;;': !1 qs

concerning His death. each other. have contracted for the output of Il:ress, hJlo.l \'' \ '

The main thought: for us this morning Christ draws men-don't coerce men, ,another mill, and can furnish Lumbe" .AAAAAAALAkAAAAAAAAALAAAA', : It }.

in, did Christ make false statements? Christianity fails when it tries to drive! promptly. Write me o ;- To l Introduce Ourselves. /ifi f
men to Christ them fear Erin C. G. von SdHOELER ;
Did that prediction come to pass that if or brings by 1 tat. GEORGE V. f; FtA.GEO. ,'
: Bi '
I Love: "I'{
put to a shameful and ignominious I alone. alone can do It. :[,UMDERM4N- .. .aa.lyr Watchmake '' : ,

death He would attract all men unto *- ,J ,_- .
Him. Let us study history.: FOR -,: 31. IIOISIIINS And work, we are doing Crown anti Bridge work. at ridiculously :
RENT!: -Suite of jiBW..tri bound ;T '
!:' ., ', --- On the morning I ; of the third day the I,well located;, alaofivw_ mlsen by 180S t,a \ % ". "If, 'v' low prices. Come in and see the work we are doing this .week.' : .:: and .Jeweler.

'". + report aome.aa was that-_.Christ. __.had arisen...___from.____ be week, ua..-:*" .uu.u.., Attorney and Counselor-at-Ldurl .. You can't get better work anywhere. -' -
Tbg;; -'>rk..JCgntra mule PtVW I-L.c yeur luui, shows n runner ui"cllne. Will practice lu Suite and Federal Court. ,, ARTISTICENGRAVER ,
i l' While cur wool production baa! on.,,.. \
and maintained whplly bi"4IllIiresl.dent' been but slightly IncreasedImporta T1TUSVIM.E:, FLA. ,' Dr. MILLER orMITAL '
military power has acted, to lisa tlons of clothing and\ combing/ wool t-2".yr" I WOOD ,
Secretary Boot's phrase, "as the local have fallen off and so bus the Impor: HECKERT COTTAGE LAKE FRONT.
legislature of the Philippine Islands taUon of manufactured wool. The rate L. D. KATOX 91. D. ; U-*>-ir PARLOR : '

It has, he tells us, enacted 203 statutesup of present consumption Is but ..5 oHOMIEOPATHIST.. l ; In ZAPH BLOCK,
( to Oct. 11 last), "subject to the approval pounds.. To this allowance every 'Inhabitant .,. Next", ..South of3EM1NOLE t
of the secretary of war." of the United States has been WEStPALM BKACH FLORIDA : 'Ask Your Grocer For HOT t.,
These statutes have Include acts organizing RenNonoeopposite Methedl.6Church.: Office ;
IMnglcy' tariff
reduced under the Entrance
Of inatlii Avenue, neat: to Mationlu Turn pin.Olllue ,
municipal and provincial govl while under the Wilson free wool tar hours H la 114-"' "t 2 to 4 wad T ta lip,m. ?WEST PALM. BEACH, FLA,
l moments creating courts of low, or- iff it was 8.2 pounds which may be Sundays a: tu 4 ...m,
I I Kiinlzlutf- a native police force, regulat accepted as the normal ratio of con Hnuclal Attention (liven otto DlKin_ of Jx..nenl.rl!: Workman Cleaning .net'. t'' '
the civil service creating a public Woiunu, stud UillJrtMi.: .... '
j. ing sumption when wool is tree from tax I "Cloverdale"The Ropalring.kUif.ay .Ic 4-lu-tf, ,r
school system lu wblch the English atlon. .ln.this light a tax on wool s'i'fttTm
r language Is to be made "the basis of allInstruction. can safely be called a tax on health. II.O.. 11OO1>, M. D, e
the harbor of
.It Is unnecessary to say much about
of 3000000. constructing PHYSICUN AND SURGEON '
Manila at a cost .
other merchandise.
the excessive rates on
highways and bridges at a When the labor cost of turningraw Offlo over. Strohm's tore, WKST: _PALM Wheel Chair Livery
and tariff duties
cost of $2.000,000 levying
materials Into articles of use has UKACII.: ; Kvildenoa near' Royal Folu- .
the United States .
on Imports -
become cheapened by the employ-
dana Hotel. PALM BEACH. 111JL
of from 2O to 25 per cent ad valorem. ment of well ted and well conditioned "
I 1. For nine or ten millions of Filipinos New'Wheels. .' ?
and the Introduction
; these and all other-laws are being made of working labor: people saving machinery that' the JL RoD.. POTTKK. BI. l>., Best in the Market
Polite Attendants
j i i by a "civil" government created by the manufacturing nations of the old

4 president under his "war powers.. In world begin to organize In self defense 8-: a.oa WEST PALM BEACH Ft A.C.1' .
"I i all essential features, therefore, the --i- Prompt Service
against our cheap product,
r Philippines are being governed as EVERGLADE' PRODUCE GQ. ,
words fall to express adequately the -
r+ Great Britain what she calls PLATTS M. D. ,
) \ governs wantonness of the excessive burdens .SPHYSICIAN '.
:T ; her "crown colonies." Those colonies which are maintained under the hypocritical AND SUHOEOH. ,
t ; i ruled In Wheelmen' furnished who ere familiar
by appointed
are governors .
: cry of protection. for labor. Distributors
London, with such minority representation 'rulegrama: delivered all hours of the dar; -
of natives as they may deem expe Tb. Waiting Tim. aDd nlnlit ''-1' with all points of Interest on both
>: dient. 12-34-iqu FORT riKRCB!: FU.I .
This Is Indeed a "waiting time.! sides of Lake Worth
> Our army In the Philippines numbers 'What with various projects to tax
1 1', at present about 43,000( men. The Filipinos and dominate Filipinos >K. IIOUOIITOX The Grand OpeningOF

cost of maintaining it for the past "without their consent," what with DEN TOS"

-I year was $ ,OOOOOO. The total value the jealousies "l' disagreements HOLLAND DOCK PHONE tit JONES & SPEED, Prop's.West .
1''I I of tho trade of the islands with| all which mark our divided rule" and WEST .,
; countries Is under $34,000.000 a year. what with the growing weariness
'; : Our share of that total trade exports which our public Is certain to experience Palm Beach J. Florida. .

find Imports Included is about $5.DOO.- over the workings of the newfangled DANIEL .... CARL SCHREBNICK'SHONEST
; 000. Our Imports from tie Islands and costly tad, "American DENTIST, ItT
t BLOW a decrease of nearly ope-third colonialism" the outlook Is -
f t'. I compared. with 1000 aud our exports. not- full of encouragement present for Uepul COCOA. INDIAN aiVKK, rLORIDA,1.1s-al PROFIT :HOUSE: : :: Order filled for'Choice Indian r

ore not Increasing In so great a proportion llcans. ."EI bt years of Roosevelt at ---11--
as those of Great Britain.. Germany the WhiteHouse" may perhaps prove GUY I. 1\IETCALF. River Oranges. 1I.'Slt

and France. .no more potent and persuasive a cam- Commences
Vii, Conquest has not compelled 'com- paign cry than one calling for "four NOTARY PUBLICFor
merco therefore In this Instance. If, of fauna the the State Florida at ''
years anpI'ewacy".when of Largt New Idea in Trunks.
I-OORIPBS. which still bas absolute Jurisdiction national campaign of 1004 Is fairly un. b...."., Mortgage*. Leaiwe end Contracts ,
of the whole question is to .der way.-Boston Globe. Dratted.Conveyancing 15
justify our permacsnt government of ttiteclnltv.: Saturday February
All Work : Legally; r,;irreck.Olfiee .
these Islands and their 10,000,000 people Our Philippine Imports. actor, *.. HUM. Blmk
as "crown colonies," by "civil gov It is an open secret at Washingtonthat west Palm Beach Dado, Tonntv. Jrlnrtln. ,

..rllllu nt" propped on 43,000 bayonets, the civil government experiments nr
it must find some other Justification In the Philippines are so discouraging \ ALLACE ic. MOSES, "
than that of trade proUt that there Is serious talk of a and WIll last three days
p "There are still troubles ahead in the speedy reversion to military rule. Yet Sueotttor to A. W Robert

Island." says President Roosevelt In. In Secretary Root's supplementary re- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
'. his' Major General Chaffee port on the Philippines we find serIes
message. a
Ladies and Gentlemen of West
"Agent for wt Palm Itetu Town Lots, 01." and
tliinUs HO too. In his annual report, of views of affairs there that are 'always Wu&1'.1r" llvnrh Wntor Worka.
( sent to congress be strenuously bright often and In the essentials NOTARY PUBLIC.
juxt rosy
Clem Alia' Avenue near(Jlly.str..... East Palm Beach and Lake R
r (ir uc'S that there be no withdrawal of positively dazzling. Meanwhile 11-at-lUUt Went Palm Ueiich. Florida. one f
coops until Jan. 1. 1003. lie dwellson the expense continues* and the Worth invited
are cordially:
I the difficulties of the territory still public Interest declines even from Its ri' BUO'VNe, .
In revolt and oil the treachery of the low ebb of the past year, and all that L .
ri'lH-ls. as shown In the Sainur Island we get from there that anybody knows ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. '
''u l nut *ucrp lu September last. .about or cares, about Is death llsTfe and riana and apeciaeaulona prepared All II New
: s t Htfcrrtory( Root reports over 1.000 nick list*. Invalided soldiers and civil- JobbfiiK w.' jilren. prompt attention *t ; BrightDesirable Goods The Stallman Dresser Trunk
Shop Datnra Streee. *
( ( conflicts between our troops and the Inns and transport loads of filled coffins on R. n.rnl. a flaw Idea toa tranl.. Jt I. a
inuurgeuU for the year ending July 1 .-Mew" York World. on display at Reasonable Prices portable:: d..I"1'......,.with d'.r.. Instead of
, Inxt. In which 3.S5I: natives were It 111nl G E ItOE o. UTLEn. !only t butttton infor he: :? \intros:::: =':.ICrasaln::.: t

v 1.103 wounded and 0,072 captured. Boaaea. Not Servant CIVIL ENGINEERAND I,the top, C..... no more that a good box Irunk. "kr'PWd
c.o 11. with .
privilege to
;) Oui losses, he says. In the same year It la an astonishing proposition to CARL Two tees stamp ,for illustrated catalogue.lImlae.,
;, eft' their! j-43; killed 40. wounded and 113oi I _some federal, oBlcpholders that the people DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR SOHREBNICK F.
f j h' II"|",iiii-iil.! Our total losses since we 1 hired them to attend to business FOR DADE COUNTY. A. STALLMAN"
J \>"C.II, the conquest of the Islands have and not to engineer, political I commit. fexA Agent for the Z intl epartnieal ol the Honest Profit House 18 I west Sprlug R'reetI.t7t' .
it r. K.C. a.,.. POMPANO->I.A. 6-1-1out 1'r'
, r beau, US. _officers and 3,378 men killed,J! 4eu And deula.. OOr. DlBVI, ,UH'U.

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