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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1902
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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'* [n CaBie :lI/ : :: :< t r/CAtfBUNMU6:'::t :: /8,18Y1:::t] WEST PALM BEACH DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1902. VOLUME IV, flO. 51. ;i iii

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is COUNTY she:hmo gone from-us, her Influence will LINKS. AND A Georgia editor thus declines to be.
TIDINGS LIVELY LOCAL HERE THERE.Scraps PURELY PERSONAL.
candidate for office kind
loity( remain as a sacred legapy.! com e n : "No

---0- --- but decluded mission. of the -.-
I doubt not that one of the grandest friends the

Scraps of !News About This and That revelations that have broken In upon What the Sun's Men Heard In The of News About This and That hireling who holds'the plow handles of People as They Come and OoPeopleYou
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And Different TI1I1Iaa.: her liberated spirit is the human love she Llvley LocaT'Vhlrllglg.A t And Different Things this paper is to keep the fires burning May or May Not Know.

--- left behind; and to her in Heaven as to -.---- -.- on the altar of liberty and the beacon -.-

:V.py Carefully' Complied and Condnaa to you on earth, there is a looking forward Mirror\ of Minor Happening. Accidents N.w y/ Notes and Items of Interest to light blazing on the shore of time at $t A Melange. of P.r.onallt.m ltora lathe

That Which la of Moat Interest to. f> the time' "when we meet again." Coming. Event, and. aGaiaxy Everybody In General and NobodyIn per Maze, Invariably'' in advance. He City and CltUans Vliltlns

the Cltlian of Dade County. Sweet will be her repose, where kind of Currant Ooaitp. particular does not hunger or thirst after official Out of'th City .

...- friends with tearful eyes have. laid her -.....;...- -.- life. He did think; once he would like --
cherished form. to go to the legislature, but he has grown
COC0ANUT GROVe GLEANINGS. Famous Horsehlde Shoes-ANTHONY'S* MANHATTAN Capt. G. O. Gleason of Eau Gallic
The first sweet flowers of Spring will! SHIRTS ANTHONY'S In grace since then and purified his systeni -
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.. Yhe Congregatloual Church has just wave over.lier mound and the sunshine KNOX IIA TS- tl&udnrd of the world .,Yesterday the Hotel Royal Poinclanu of that unholy desire. Since then was In town a few hours Monday on his
il with launch Miami.C .
..beWfTsPflriit" annual meeting and the linger there lu loving benediction."I '. rat, ANTHONYS BROS. reached, and passed 'the 1,000 mark of he has not yearned a single yearn nor way a party to

1 reports, CroiflNhe ,various societies be. can not say I will not say." Some rare bargains in Cqok Stoves guests under its famous roof. hankered a single., hank after political Vanderbilt Barton, one of the early
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distinction. day.residents of Palm Is here
longing to it were very encouraging; "Thut Mho I U duad, I Iatchett'! Hardware Stole Beach
flhu him wntHloreil Into an unknown Several hundred mechanic and decorators in for a short visit after an absence of many t
what merchant had
snmeof them going/{; beyond was A. who two stores a

expected\, and even hoped! for by the land YOUNG'S HATS-none better made'* employed on the Hotel Royal small village tried an experiment. He >ears _____
And,, lufi. ",, dreaming. bow very fair at $3.00. ANTHONY BROS. PoinCiana and Whitehall left for New ,
Air.: T. G. Mer.rick.wnit put a bargain counter in each store con
good cconipliahcd. It iicotln" must be flluro alma lingers (
be to boast York this week. Rob't. Cocktail of Miami one of the i
New River l Is said to able
urged to continue lit the work aud Ilii-ro." J, U D.to't. < taining the same articles at exactly the
r. the best the coast at this time. hustling young men of the Magic City,
will\ do to the of Inlet} on same prices. In the of one
so, greatly pleasure, .Lnuderdulc, Florida Feb. 4, 1092.lango newspaper was here on business the first of the
Sheen & Hlghtower this week'effectedthe
those interested. EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES Jff.od+ and village he advertised, his speclat'conn: -
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made-at ANTHONY'S sale of two lots on Datura Street, of the other he did
$7.00-finest ter. In the paper
The'Grove has been visited hund
by Culture for Spruce Pine Land
next to the Methodist and be-
Church
ll., redo, of tgu.rl.Bta this past week, and all"ddilvhidog I _._ For to days-your chance to buy n not advertise and sold goods amountingto James P. Haygoo:!, of Delray and ,..
longing to Mr. Sprout .
-thtnr $984. In the store the same month Adolph Freedlund of Boynton were '
uabatthevsaw." ; These lands are not well suited for Cook Stoves cheap at Hntchctt's. Hardware
When onecity shows good actually in the village where he did advertise be among the Monday visitors from the 4
Store. carload
either m/orm Climatic R. A. Rouse brought a of
i 'done la spite of monopoly ninny cities crops. cou- sold goods amounting to $r.723. In south
pnrtlaitn nature in the dISCU'y"b.l1cmbill. iiorses in this week moat of which have I
Protect homes from fire. The
copy; and'.thought kliullea everywhere.The your .. commenting on the result of his exper-
labor' men who won at the polls ? tem.a i'.y...Fire Extinguisher will do it. been 8 ld. The demand for horses Is iment that merchant says: "The people Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage was pretty{ !
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tl la; Ansonla. Conn, will probably concentrate Nebraska has direct municipal legislation : -'I..id mock, Chmatlao becoming gre'ter, every year lu .this who got the advertisement would pass badly shaken up last week near Dupont
? to do well in that rather on a 15 per cent petition. ( these laws 811..... bounty.a .,
(: city South Dakota bas a constitutional "' 1'9.. by one of my stores and drive miles to 5a in a railroad wreck nothing. ear.loud .
than attempt the Impossible field of forced so due notice II'''' i irFr
t.M,. the other for what they could have however.
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i Connecticut, ata te. polities. Sprlngfleld. amendment securing the Initiative and S. Clarke bas made a band- i

..5 J. Maser resolves to be beautiful In Its referendum In state and municipal af given. to the Episcopal Church gotten at the same price in my store Albert. W. Robertformerly! of the t

'parka and public buildings and to furnish fairs. """,,, &.t ea of handsome al- at their door." __
Using Firearm In Public Places and Selling ;.. : Lake, Is here again for a visit to his
attractive library and school prlvl- Oregon has a direct legislation constitutional '". .
Weapons to Minor parents. Mr. and Mis.: Fredk. Robert
egos SprlugOeld lend Tbe euthuslwant' amendment for state enact. local newspaper should be found ,
asts who promote these Justltutloun are ments. DuM'itAnaiNtt FIRSAKMII IN PUBLIC.-Whoever TOWNClr! liotne. No children should b? of Palm Beach.
dlHcbargew on public. blRhway, or In ;
any
;1k visited au any unincorporated village, within three Mr. and Mrs. Chap E. Hamer lease
from tber cities who become enthusiast a clumsy law which however Is an hundred yafrla of any premfH ,auy firearma, *--t '5ers. It is said
also H. was not until' Plngrea entering wedge. wlthnuttime permission. from the O'"I..n'! | REAL ESTATE AGENTS for Hobo Sound tomorrow, to ,enjoy a. "
i bad shown things actually done in De.trllt Son Francisco has adopted the initiative said. prenilaea, or In t be defence ot life, limb or .tptelltgencer couple of days in that ''''',-ti *"* "*_

4, f In.spite of tuouopoly that the pea' and referendum; a 10 per cent property, ahall bopunhhed by 'linprlnoimient. MIAMI FLORIDA Hon as guests: tof ...,, reets. Boarding

ple-"im-e' ready to help him fight ino- petition, and ordinances involving the' mint exceeding .'"t" days or by a tiDe not I cuu. .... nail by the week or meal,

nopoly and make him governor1'' of grant of a franchise for the supply of rxvemllng/ fifty dollars. at reasonable rates f'N I

ac Mlrolg8a. light: or water or the lease or sale of i AN ACT Prohibiting.. Killing, Cnptnrlng or '" 000000Barffnfn :

':.., '4 Only ono tbirtleth of the people of any publicutility or the franchise of I Shooting any Door, Alligator Crocodile, Found.
'the United States lived !In cities lu hind worth more than $1>0.000 must be Water-Fowl or any Wild tflrd Except : In Orange Grove In the
submitted to the Crow.), Within One nil el th. Incorporate vicinity. of Miami. Mne aoiw In
Professor Puraons. "In people. the subscriber
,. 1700. gays tract Five acres In bearing (trove r. By on Datura Street bo
Town ol West Palm 1 Beach, Florida.Hectlon ,
1800! about one-third of our population Alameda Buckley Seattle and 4 year* old. 8ma.ll cotta '". Will GBrgaina January 38th, 1902, one bill of the denomination .
1. Anv wboslmll ,,
pereonor pereona "*ot..o Investment.
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Blacksburg have ..
IveJ lu cities of eight or more thousand adopted direct legislation. -
; kill capture or shoot any deer alligator/ b Four Thousand Dollar of $ -. Loser can have
Inhabitants. The problem of the city Is Seattle: Wash., a city of 42.000 *. '
crocodile waterfowl or soy wild bird (ex same by proving property and paying
> the problem of the future, and the. people adopted the Initiative and referendum tepiingcrow.). within bad uilla. of .the corporation I coat of this advertisement. .
of the city Is tbe problem of by a strong popular vote. Five 311902.
problem limit of the town, of Went Palm Why rent,when can bust We have. desirable business '
pay you property -
monopoly. It Is a fundamental maxim times the local bosses and the aristocracy Bench, Dade County Flurlda, shall be pun- from Tow nley Bros., Miami, nlr. :\ In Miami' improved ant linlnlprovod J. H. DICK.

of business that property Is to be managed : prevented the question from going ldiedon oonvlctlon thereof by line not ex cotturffea Prow poa.ua to 11000.00 on ,for tale on easy terms.
In the Interests of its owners. If to the people, but the long struggle was ceedlng, one hundred dollar nor low than any terms.

tbe people want the street railways ran won at l last. ten dotluraror; by linprlaonmnnt* not exceeding/ Beautiful Building Lois For Sale:

' ; In their Interests they must own them. Tn five states municipalities are giF ninety daya nor .Ice* than ten daisy or by The Lakeview addition
both flue and Imprlaunnient, at discretion to the
Not only do monopolists exercise: tbepovyer en the right to adopt homemade charters '
t ortbaenurt. Town of West PRIm Beech is now
of .taxation without! representation by referendum vote. In a sixth
c a, AN ACT to Amend Section' :fay of the Revised and
; they also In large degree deter state, Ohio a strong movement is 'on Statutes Relating to Tr......... on C. & ,jCRIPE pone opened up pt.ittedlIo that per-
ulna tbe distribution of wealth foot to obtain a constitutional amendment Farm.Gardens,ete. desiring to secure suburban

"Some of the evils which attend woo giving municipalities a right to Suction 1. That Section 3S17 of the Ue- residence lots every one covered

ootfbly In private bands are excesslvu I frame their own charters od petition of vial Statntea be ao amended aa to read an HEADQUARTERS FOR'ine" with splendid growth\ ot young/

charges enormous profits watered 5 or 10 per cent of the voters. follows Section" 951 T. Whoever take. and tl'eell. can do so at very reasonable

'stocks, false accounting and doctoredreports' I Direct, legislation amendments have carrli away front any farm,garden, orchard, gures. f;

-,1'( '':';' disregard of safety 'discrimi I been Introduced lu almost every legls.Inture orange or lemon trove or destroys any farm Jewelry Novelties .Artistic Shell Goods and This. .splendidly laid-out addition
fruit flowers
products vegetable or ,corn ,
nation, fraud defiance of law speculation of the country. In some states j
M jest! south of town not be .
lOr cotton front the talk, or from any vlne- can suv-
and congestion of vigorous work' has been' done for the I
gambling,
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yard any grapes ol any 'money value w built in Souvenirs Wedding Black Aluminuni Nov pallled'! In location and soonirstclass
k very
:wealth and power, lack of progressiveness referendum since 1804. In a number of of the
Ibe; consent owner or mlluaktl'.oh..11be
debasement of human nature and cases the measure has passed one streets will be graded
pnnlnhed by Imprisonment not exceeding Birthday'and Holiday : : elties Toilet Articles and
dental of democracy.: i house and In some cases both houses three. month or by a fine not exceeding nfty and everything necessary supplied

Y "Stlckney enys that 'private railway but failed for lack of. a two-thirds vote. dollars, or by both inch lr:prl..>nment and Gift(i Toilet Sets in to make It the most desirable home
and stock exchange constitute the The first direct legislation organization (line at the discretion of the court Sterling. section on the 'West Side -of Lake

q moat perfect machinery for the put In this. country was found in Newark Worth. L p'

poses of legalized robbery that the hu' N. J., In 1802, whence Is still Issued the OP' DISSOLUTION. A Foil i tine oi'Latest Maguloet and Periodicals Always On Hud. Come early and get your choice

man Intellect l la capable of devising. persevering quarterly The Direct Leg NOTICE of lots while prices are low"TROPICALREALESTATEEXCNANOE

If you will go to the stock exchange In islation Record. Lost month The Prop .

any great city or look through the red l.tlonal Representative Review was The the partnership umlenilgned heretofore has brew Mistingbetween illtwolved. by West Palm 4
manual or read tbe reports In any bid added to The Record. It Cow require mutual, eon.....&. J. O. Hummer eeenmee.11 Under Seminole Hotel, Beach. ,
t and elee six of small type to labllltle I : of the firm and la fully authorized I 1I.f AcF3NTS. 1
dally you will find that gas or eight pages record to collect all claims and account due them.
die stocks traction, companies and a the names of the books and leading Weat Palm hooch Flaw ttDon't'
1 :J.C. Summer". Office In Troplcal.Run Block. .. ,
.,, ,, few great trusts together with tbe articles on direct legislation. After J. 1'. Uolan.l a4AA. 1AA.AAA AAAAAAt AAAV 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA*.
railroads make up tbe Huts. The evils nix years of discussion over 3,000 Jan lit, 1110:1: 1-J4-4C .

-k of a system which encourages men. to newspapers and magazines favored direct W. HEIM. W. BltO. DWELL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon ''
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seek wealth by the rise and fall of legislation ReglMtered. Pharmacist once In Dm Store. F Forget't i
stocks instead of by honest Industryare "We have seen the Farmers' alliance NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

too clear to need comment. Tbe essence and Industrial union with 8,000,000 '

of royalty and aristocracy Is ,not members, and the American Federa liAi DUPAMTMCNT OrriuB AT. OAlmwvii.i.m Or 'TUB," IMTCKIOR.'L'".} COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY That we have, at all times

_ In the title but in tbe overgrown power, tion of Labor a million strong stand Jnn IJ.1U01.) h IEIIrt & ItltOADATEt.li.Proprietor a choice line of

which one man possesses over his fel shoulder to shoulder on this issue. The Nonce In hereby given"thai. the intention
_ lows. A congress: wblcb grants railroad Knights of Labor the Brotherhood of named aetttar. Iou Sled. notice of his *. :
make final proof In support of M'"elalnu andthat FLORILAANDWESTERNEATS
telegraph and banking privilegesto Locomotive Engineers the Order of said proof will be mail bettor John B.
private individuals establishes a fat Railway Conductors and maqy other Mellly I U B. Coram.:Iooer: at West PalmItoncn I ,
Pla' on< Pebnrarv 24 1 more powerful aristocracy than could labor,0r anIzations favor direct legis Water, a devisee for the derucn' of Jam a and> Chemicals.A
be created by tbe mere bestowal. titles. lotion", "It Is part of a worldwide Klnaler' deed. of Nei, tone Pia., Hd.36814 forth .
..d 3, See.:16 nd.Lot *, See. 37.Vp..40. .,
." movement toward liberty peace and R.4S R. )t
t? Attempts at state con trot) of city monopolies democracy." Ha names the following wltaoiia...s 16 prove. 1
are discussed. Tbe Massachusetts "The case of the people versus monopoly his continuous roaldeitoo 1 ..", .n..ocl nttluvattonol POLL LINK OF-\ Live and Dressed Turkeys
old. land vlat' Thonms J. Zalglerof Hep- Perfumes
gas commission belt down the is too big for full treatment in tune "'., Noah Jones.' of !. Rubber Goods
ot1r
caplUllzatton of the smaller companies a volume of this size," says the author Flank McCurdy, ot Neptune,. Via, Toilet Articles Chickens. Butter,
'"', Lamb", of Neptuu Pla. Cigars and
\p outside Doston. so that it tell In ten But we have not seen a fuller treat wrest V. O. ROBINSON: ; Register,,* Cheese, Eggs, Etc.

?:, years from 13.73 to 2bT. But in floeLk meet and Stationery. Tobacco.

1, ton gds capitalization rose from 14 to Do we not need the advice of learned FOR PUBLICATION ZEI

", $42 la ten years. The commissioners and disinterested lawyers as to reforms .NOTICE 9-itt PALMS'' BLOCK, WEST PALM IIEACR.I. .

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Attention Mail '
a could not be unresponsive to tbe courteous ;' all of which have to do with Notice la hereby Siren that the. following L ( Prompt to Orders. ; ;
In law can show the named: settler bas Dloil I notlre, of hid Intontlon YYTYYTVTTTTTYYTTTTTeYTTTYVYTTTTTTTvYYTYTTT Y. <,!
treatment of tbe polished gentlemen law? Experts '
10 make llnnl. proof In support of bin nlatiiv andlliateul't ; ;
: of the board of directors who in- lines of least resistance which reforms pro<.f will be mad .before John H.

\It.'them to elegant dinners apd show! can follow It IS fortunate tHat so Mania Iteilt9II.I lath CoronniMtontr!lulu: vis : at U mini,Flo, on Faber Bro's Market +

them every attention tliat wealth can many lawyers are refusing to bo Nash t'. Jones,of Naptnna, Ifs. HomopUadVtlll CITY: MEAT MARKET
command. Hcgulatton by commission"lets gaged on the aide of monopoly. eO-I ,fur the a-K: V. 801" to T p.4 8 1. B.4'i fcf.!
wltnaiMes to
the lollontng
one set of'fuen do tbe work and "The City For the People" Is a good I hiconttulm"eresidence:he name:; : upon.and cultivation pro Florida and Western Meats, Poultry Game and Eggs West Palm Beach. .
set to determine how book to lend to your careful, conservative of, saiti I lanil,via:: JamesllallJr.ONeptune,
employs another I W, TtnHall, ol ) Is. Kit Receive +i''
Ha.iltn.irKwanl S Mail Orders Careful .
iuorl.t' Attention. r-N<)02
third set to conscientious friend who Is not : ;: ". ,
It shell \be done and a i WMil.lun.I of Keptune ; M. Flg-

witch ,the first and! se*, that tbe raga: convinced by roof lifting eloquence. le :t-tlt n? Yeptunee yhLil W.O. a'o>'rNsoN''a.lllaisv.: ; Jefferson 'Block WEST PALM: BEAOH. r ;
Jntloni provided by the second act are ELLA Onuasr.. t+1905 Subjoribe l for T ESUN,. t tAft s,

Woperty alMyedThe: giant companies New Salem Mass. _. 1 ,
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: 12.' 28 officers and men wounded, a : J : : .:-t : I .
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IH THE PHILIPPINES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,
:: 'f grand total of 0,321 casualties, not M DEALISU :
disease = Em GRUBER ; )) .' '+' r
counting OUt' losses by \'I HARDWAIR'E '
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\ Approximately $450,000,000 of a c.lJU.I.I.U'OVOftTIf1180.\ a.oaittttm .
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J The Extraordinary Results of loan money will have been spent tiy' 0111LL1QGWoI: h11 :IptJltlUL CtocitY'' and.

I 4 r the close of tIle noxt fiscal year In the I
I. I 'Expansion.. conquest of the Philippines. And an ATTORNEYS AND tJOtlNnL'l.ORS,
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,,/ ,f I army of 43,000 men to still Indispensable ',.
'' FURNITURE
') Went Palm Hoaclt 1a.!
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to hold down our Incomplete con- '
':! f'h' COST OF PIOAYOTISH U ClUt
;i.1 A : TRADEr
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>. Resides the losses of Ute and trC II- J. l\lllTVALFt Il eRe W __ All Kinds of Boat Goods.idBleyoleSuttdrbM .

per<< Nearly\ Four Years'i l xn>erl"no p tire In this wide stretch of power un- V DleI.. Bt.veaTtaw.roDoor: ", 8ult 11I411111..1 tffii
:\ dreamed of by the frfuners of our gov ATTORNtY.AT.LAW.NOTARY.
". """ With "Crown Colonlo.. "-W. UnviGiven t'rnulent. we are sacrificing much more. PUBLIC.Will : All!1 Kinds of Fishing TaefcJtf' and Mporiln v dode ;$

,. ,, theLlvoa of 3.BOO !Suldlcrnil a Tho annulment" In the Philippines\ of .. 4i.eollne j 8tpves Blue Eta me xeorena: fl .

; 9.430,000,04)0: In Money 11'0"i that great primary principle of Auafer- proo"oIlJ" County,*Vr.state j-1\and 1I'edoralCounl 'S .. GlasswaraIampssndLaetarna HRTrl.on...?.J"ed.stoves, Misedl'slut I

r' What 1-..L.aA the End la Not Tot lean liberty-tUat governments derive tAN CASES A I l4'aCNLTY.! | .. N10/-'Matt. Orders. Given. 1""R'I"_ A@t.utlaah. l1.lr.y'.
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"their Just powers from the consent of ----- ... .
The bnuso of representatives hni the governed" Btlll the largest Item Olflcolu/ TIIUPIOAI SUN Block,

;" just paired"' a Philippine tariff bilk ItT In'the bill of costs for our colonial adventure Welt{ Palm Bunch, Dade County, Plorlila' setter.rrrrr..r.rem'r..rw.rnrtrrrr.rrtr.rrr trrrr. I ManilljTltdusaMRS. "

subject; all Imports from the Islands in Asia. I.

i to the Dingley duties, just as If the y H B. 8AUNDEUS. .Jr., ,,;f1., ", ,_ "'';''"" ''th{ ',\';'"j! ,

it t. wero foreign territory. It provideshowever j', .., (1',: ':' 1 1:1'' (: ; '" "
WOOL. AND THE TARIFFS. A 1 TOKffBY A f"f3i: IT.Corner TIFF NV'&PftO ; !!' ';. "'.
& for the transfer of all CUB Mercerized $1.50- : 4r ,fa "''P",, ,
Silk : t ::1''.:
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With Iteepeet to Woolen W. Foot : ,
tome receipt on imports from the ls> Olive and Datura Street. P "' i 'fR ) i1t''+ \1,4,mh .rr
the Llmt a< ClTllU.tl Natloas.In MM'/t&" inr/ :'wm' :' ,. .
I land* to the treasury of tho government U 6-1 WHST PAtMJBlJACH: ,,FtORIDAA ;! ,: .; "
an article'on "The! Hake's Progress *
w'e have set up over them. to ; & r"::,;
In Tariff Legislation" in January Gatia24
what Is that government} And .' "
Bxnctly .
) ,> r
Sctfoeuliof J. LEWIS. ,. .
Jacob
Forum says: ... ,
asks the New York: World 1! ,
"
That the people do not resent these ,. .'Tu ,* '.
hourly three year's and eight mouthalinvo AIiORNEY AT-LAW h0YBB0lnBn'OOffj"! i\j;
.piisHod uluco Dowel's victory in Impositions for the benefit of a favored and-NOTARY'PUBLIC. UuaerKirts $4.00Pique ?, ,,? ,,", ., h,1
Manila bay and a little over three, few Is due to the fact that the dealers U ".Vr t*' ','"j>jM,

since, by the treaty of Paris have endeavored to' maintain the prices Acentotlhc.U. S.Fidelity a Guaranty Co.,olBaltimore Rates $5.00" Per,Week'; ,;;, .' '$! years "
established under the Wilson tariff, AM. .''.;" .,: \ :IJi ,,'
Spain ceded tho Philippines to the Table Board {
The Immense Importations of wool and lace at corner of Clematis Arentio uiiit Nar-: $ .so.Per"Week. ... <
United. States for $20,000,000.: with a t'lHHim Ml Wet over !Htrohui': .euro. 141903Wentl'almlleaub. / 't'J, *::; "
of woolen fabrics which anticipatedthe

.8 'a bellion flourishing thrown and in.largely Over successful a year ago- ISO,(passage made It of possible the Dlngloy at first tariff to respond In lllCANNINO'. : .('. I l -= ,.Whito ,Near.Corner. Polnsetu( ; nd'DfU11ao.'

--1 Streets ,
W
the government at Washington declared and ( ,
1 I that "formal and open resistance to the public refusal to pay the -IL $$1 1 to I

I to American authority hall practically prices resulting from the new act In Attorney and Coullis /lur'8.t.j..IlIY, WEST pALM\ BEACH" FL1.ISftf .
tills refusal the '
to public
response I .
I terminated and though Agul- .
shoddy and cotton substitutes have become (Olllco over Bank,) _
naldo DlIS been n prisoner since March
such active factors in the market '
28! 1001 scarcely adD)* pusses"Insur with. that they have crowded out all wool 2-16 1933 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 'cofr: .d West DIMicK'[ atp: )n ,
out news of a fight wltb tbe
gents." goods, so much so that but' few of Duck'Skir.ts-3.S0 Propri :01"< ',
now1' in the people's cloth K. ANNO
these appear Palm
... The second! Philippine commission of 'V .
'as ing. Issnchar \Is not on expert Judge of \ *- ,
1. lire members wltb Judge Taft its t
goods, or at best be cannot help blmBelf. ATTOttHSr-AT-LAW., '
president, was appointed on March 10, ,B8aCh1'I
k lie has to buy what his purse can Ofllce-Prout Room Ilatchett Building.'. n, ,
1000 to institute civil "
governmentand ,
afford. That his clothes, bag at'the : \<> \
f Miami, Vlorlda.
4-lS-igo E '
on Sept 1, 1000, it did so. All Its )
knees and elbows, wear white at the urug -
It CORSETSSHORT
authority was conferred upon by
eeams and edges 'and require renewal WOKH-JY I' .
A.
,
ordersot President McKluley: acting S It
tlwce as fast as good( 'sound all wool GEO. -,,< i- -.'
under his "war powers" as commander S --'Store.
clothes the weur of his wealthier ATTORNEY-AT-LAW., 'I
In chief of the army anC navy. White ,
brethren cannot be helped by him and ; and Colored
By an order of the president on June Reneral practice lit State and federal COIIIIAll "

21, 1001 Judge Tuft was appointed is certainly the lawmaker.too trifling an Incident to bUBiiieM. entrusted will receive: prompt iattetttlou. .' :' .: -DEALERS: IN-
concern
"civil governor of tbe Philippine Is. Office, llrown Building, Ave. D and llithtrciL'C. ',- ,

Innds.' Tbe military governor was by. been The as effect disheartening on the wool as on raisers tile manufactures bns- MIAMI.. FLORIDA Remember Drugs Toilet :;Article
; We
the same order relieved of all "autborl of all wool goods. They are are Leaders in our ,
ty in civil affairs," with an Important Line'.l.
tar from reaping the full harvest for '
follows ATKINSON -.1 Fine Statfohety ana
qualification as : H.F .
which they made such ample
prepara .. .1
"But his authority will continue to ,
be exercised as heretofore In those districts tions. With respect to woolens we are ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, A S. BOTSFQRO & CO. 3 .JrJJl1..f1 '
now the worst provided people among !
.
In which Insurrection against NOTARY PUBLIC. ......
tbe authority of the United States continues civilized .nations, The consumption of MIAMI FI.A. t ; Compouoifhil') '" 1 \
wool per capita exclusive of carpet 11.16-1v 010 PreBcrlptlonsTarefii
exist.
Governor to Taft was Inaugurated as wools averaged 7.S3 pounds from 1884 hJ AAIAAAAAAWAAAAAAAAAA4: xLrL AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. East, C08st.: ,. lItlllitlell' t'lo.li.cite( .. \ \.. .'

's 1 civil governor at Manila on July 4 Inst. to 1880 and only.0.3 pounds under the" A.M13HATTORNEYATLAWi U.ANDtLE1VS. ; -- .- WEST PALM: :. ,. _UtiAOU 6+111'ltti, ...
higher rates of the McICIuley tar Id.
.
"
Three native Filipinos were on the :
Under the Wilson tariff the ratio was ;;. ..
., ,
; --:- ,'J'\
same day added to tbe commission by
\
,
8,2 pounds while the average from NOTARY"Pi/8L1C. .......&AAAIAAAAAIA.UAAAA .It!
presidential appointment. Ir ...
1807 to 1OOO sank to 5.1) pounds 'in th'I'year \ 01
i
On Oct 20! last, by order of President *
I'rnsncutlna ol llreear o:
Attorney Ourselves.
Roosevelt, tbe olllcs of "vice governorof 1000 the consumption was 4.8 2 -, .....,. Introduce C. G. yon SCHOELE1 R ''' \
pounds only. It was shown nt the FT, PIKB.CB ;
the Philippine Islands" was created. .' .!' 'T.rvusVlLLB, ptA. .
same time and on the same busts .
and Luke E. Wright was appointed to otJ -- ., s-a8-1yr Watchmake;
computation that Cermany's .
consumtlon ,
fill It. lie Is DOW exercising the vice- .... ,
which In 18S5 ties,i1G.* And work are doing Crown and Bridge work at ridiculously '
regal powers Governor Taft having II j1..holmds' .EO. ]Bl.1 UOUIUNS, t .we r:: and Jeweler EAR1'ISTIC
only capita
per !!>>j \ ( this 'tveek.can't
for
._ been compelled by ill health to soil cum : risen by 18Ug toL..J ; low prices Come in and t seethe work 'we are doing ;
PoundsyJrU .
._ and Couna lor-at-Ldu jt\ --
-- Attorney better work
;; You get anywhere.
UrthtateChri's't. e
---;: thus created ; ,
"* : : vi\ .
"civil 'govha.Coptrdh"t w t'ffi.i''; ,,.,: eur lOOt' shows n further de Will practice la SUteand Federal Courts,, I ENQRAVER on. .. '
The r cline. While cur wool production has! .
f, and maintained Whp11yTy'\ '..f4e''vresb: l.dent's been but slightly 4ncrens, -Importations TITUSVILLE, FLA. .' Dr. MILLER, WOOD or .METAL",

military power has acted to use of clothing nnil combing wool .r t-n-iyt Co-rTAGE I LAKE FRONT

Secretary Boot's phrase, "as the local" have fallen off and so has the Itnpor D. EATON, H. D.HOMcFOPATHl8T. IIECKERT U-SO-lf ? PARLORIn
legislature of the Philippine Islands. t a tlon of manufactured wool. The rate L. ZAPK BLOCK,
It bas he tells(; us, enacted 203 statutes of present consumption Is but 4.5 I: .

(up to Oct. 11 lost), "subject to the approval pounds. To this allowance every 'inhabitant S' Tie*(duurSouth.of.3EMINOLK
of the secretary of war." of the United States has been WES'tl'ALIII BEACH FLORIDA. 'Ask Your Grocer For : HOTEL' ,
MtlaodlstChurch. Office ;,
statutes have Included acts organizing Dlngley ResldenWopposite! : ::; Entrance
These reduced under the tariff Clematis Avenue, next to MttHonlu TnUlple.. I .
municipal and provincial governments while under the Wilson free wool tariff Olllce boar H to 9 6.11II to 4i and 7 to 8 p.m. WESt |'AL t BEACH FLA. I IExpertented
courts of law organizing Sundays J to 4" l.m.Kneolul .
creating which be
it 8.2 pounds may
was *tf Diseases 0(. !: workman btaknlnir; endSitepaIAUgekllliullydan. l
nivvn
force regulating Attention ,
a native police accepted as the normal ratio of con Women and Clilidren.: dale ., .lft-t( !
II the civil service creating a public sumption when wool Is free from tax \ "Clover .
YVYrrnyYYYVYYVYYYVVn*' ,
school system In which the English ation. -In.this light a tax on wool .
Y language Is to be made "the basis of all can safely be called a tax on health. H. G. JlOOD.lIl. D, ,

Instruction" Improving the harbor of .It is unnecessary to say mucb about PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON '
Manila at a cost ot 3000000. constructing the excessive rates on other merchau- :{:

_ highways, and bridges at a dise. When the labor cost of turning Otter over Btrohm's Store, WK8T.rAlM Butter Wheel Chair Livery '-f: '

cost of $2.000,000 and levying tariff duties raw materials Into articles of use has II 11:0\: CII. KoBldonoe. near Royal Polu- ,' .. '" ,
-= ,." ,
from the United States "
on Imports become cheapened by the employ ".
so laiOB.
cls Jia IIott-1. PALM BEACH J
of from 20! to 25 per cent ad valorem. ment of well fed and well conditioned ._- New Wheels . \ ;.

v For nine or ten millions of Filipinos working people and the introduction POTTKK.\I. D., The Best in the Market
these and all other laws are being mad of labor saving machinery that" the :Polite Attendants

by a "civil" government created by the I manufacturing nations of the old .

president under his "war powers." In 1 I world begin to organize in self defense 8- 1I.98 WEHT PALM BEACH VI.A.C. :Prompt Service :.:_ i

all essential features therefore the against our cheap products -- ... : "
PRODUCE 00. ; .
as EVERGLADE '. :. ; ,
governed .
t ) Philippines are being words fall to express adequately the I-. PLATTS M. D. / >''W
Great Britain governs what she calls wantonness of the excessive burdens sPHYSICIAN ; :

!f her "crown colonies." Those colonies which are maintained under the hypocritical AND, 6UIfGEON.Telejean. Wheelmen furnished who are familiar ?jvlth'all

1 lire ruled by governors appointed In of for labor. Distributors i-
cry protection
"U'boo..
.. dejlvorei/ ) of the day
with such minority representation points of interest on both
London anti t 1.-St I \.
\ of natives as they may deem expedient Th. \Vmltlna- Tim. nlKht.iaaqigo
? FORT PIERCE: Fla."DENTOS" sides of Laica Worthy ,
This Is Indeed a "waiting .time. '
J"I I Our army in the Philippines numbers What with various projects to tax DIC. 1I0UOU'.fON The Grand j\\

,. 1 jl. at present about 43.0UO men. The Filipinos and dominate Filipinos OpeningOF

h i cost of maintaining It for the past "without their consent" what with JONES & SPEED, Prop's. .

'" year was 95000000. The total value the jealousies ...)d disagreementswhich HOLI.AKI DOCK. PHONE: t*

of the trade of the islands with all mark our divided rule" and WEST PAI.M BRACK.: '

;. ,* countries Is under $ ".OOO.OOO a year. what with the growing I ; weariness West Palm Bcacb, Florida. {

Our share of that total trade, exports which our public Is certain to experience OANIICL, :

and Imports Included Is about $:;..CiOO.OtJO. ,- over the workings of the newfangled L.T. '""* C1RL 'SCHREBNICK'SHONEST -

Our Imports from !(ha island and costly fad. "American OCNTtST. "
show a decrease of nearly onethirdcompared colonialism" the present outlook Is 23*Orddr tilled for'Choice!! Indian .$
; .... PROFIT"HO'USE'
COCOA.INDIAM' BIVBK. FLORIDA -sfGUY
'
wltb 1900.(() and our exports DOt full of encouragement 'for Kcpub
"
are not increasing in so great a proportion llcans. ,"tilfiut year of Roosevelt at -- River Oranges. ,

_ as those of Great Britain, Germany the VblteHouse" may perhaps proveno MKTCALF, Commences n-s\' -

and France. more potent and persuasive a campaign .
Conquest bus not compelled commerce cry than one calling for "four NOTARY PUBLIC
'.
therefore In this Instance.: Ifcongress years of Hanna supremacy" when the For! the State of Florida at Large, New Idea in Trunks. ,

which still has absolute jurisdiction : national campaign: of 1904 la fairly under Deeds, Mortgages. LMUCM and Contracts
.. ot the whole question is to way-Boston Globe. l>rnlcd.Conveyamlni 15and
n aiwclnlty., Saturday February
of
.... justify our permanent government All Work Unitmnud Legally' Gorrset.Otae. .
these Islands and" their 10.000.0OO people Oar Pklllppln. Import. In mopic I'JUIf Blo '
Palm Iinuh. Pndi., Countv.: Flwlrin.K. ,
:"' us "crown colonies by "civil gov It Is an open secret at Washington ...-.#-
; ernment" propped on 43.000 bayonets that the civil government experimentsIn
'y
I 'j i .:,1.\; \ It must find some other Justification the Philippines are BO discouraging \yALLACE MOSES + WIll last three days
thai that of trade proUt.There that there is serious talk of a
t .f/\.,.... ';.1 are still/ troubles ahead In the speedy reversion to military rule. Yet Successor to A. W. Robert, -

,;._ f .aln ull...." says President Roosevelt In in Secretary Root's supplementary report REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.

'I"" W'". bin message Major General Cbnffee on the Philippines we find a series Aplat for Went PRIm IViwh Town Lots, sled Ladies and Gentlemen of West and
\ thinks so too. In his annual report. of views of affairs there that are 'always Wept Palm Hunch Wnti Work. 1

JiiMt sent to congress, be strenuously brtjbt, often rosy and In the essentials :SOTAIIY ATpnue,rear PUBMC.ClAiiiAila UllvvStrtwt.. East Palm Beach and Lake bRUrjet Mat ml.Tha .

t untiles thnt there be no withdrawal of positively dazzling. Mean 11H-lImt: WnstPalutgaeh.FJorlda,

troops until .Ian. 1, 1003. He dwells. while the expense continues and the Worth are cordially invited C

i g on the difficulties of the territory still public Interest declines even from It. r1' I>. IJUOWN !J

,' in revolt and on the treucbery of the low ebb of the past year and all that 1 '
rt-bfls. as shown In the Samar Island we get from there that anybody knows; ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. -

s tmiMMtcre In September last about or cures about Is death lists and I Jobblnv Plain and workjtlran pcclflcatlont prompt prepared. attention at All\ 'New; Bright Desirable Goodson Stallman Dresser Trunk s sRrprnenht

riwretary Root reports over 1,000 nick lists Invalided soldiers and civilians .
'
1 fl' jjr I Shop UK Octave Street.Q.KOUai3 a new Mm m trunk. Jt" a '
conflicts between our troops and the and transport loads of filled cot rtrCT-.lng caw,with drawersin.madat .
It x r.rlllble:
1'r' insurgents for the year ending July 1 fins.-New York World. O. MCT?"EIt. display, at Reasonable Prices. collar. ;button' place,and Cur the everytblni liottom t ,It from at acreulble a bat lo a a*

; list III which 3.851 natives were kill- the top Costa: no men lh". good box trunka. w' -
'I'FI nl. 1.103; wounded and 0,972: captured. Boaa... Not Servant CIVIL ENGINEER Hhlpuni C.O D.. with privileges to .xlinl:( .. .
i It is an astonishing proposition to Two cent stamp! for illuetrated cataloiuc.
Our losses be says. In the same year AND CARL SGHREBNICK

t "r, nape" U-f.1 killed 40 wounded: and 118 some federal ofHcebolders that the pro- DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR F. A. STALLMAN,

I ci: |>turvd. Our total' losses. since we and pie hired not to them engineer to attend political to business committees T,,icUl,; At.nt for the ...FOR..<4 parlmedt'BADE COUNTY.of thtt. Honest Profit House B8 Went Spring Street, .
UTII, ;, the conquest or the Islands l hare H.C. Ry. POMPANO-rlA. 6--1_ 1-I-lr VOUOMBVA/ ,,.UIIIO-

t*--u 115:_officer and 3,37s: wen killed and(\\6101.... .' J

to T r
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ht riW {A! t i n ..itA... : ,'.,, .J" -I" I I'J. l y i6'. : I' ill
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Vii,I I' : THE TROPICAL: 8tfN Witlfr 'PAL'k "'1l1 } CH. F tl UDA, FEfiRUA&Y 14, 1002.MAKING. a.

.. 11' .__. ... '-' .. .' -._ .. ."- _.__.- -" -" -""' --'.' ____.__ __ .
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., ,, _- =.-, 'I>. (..'-.-. -. -- -.-.-------- ..--.-.---. ... .-.--r.. I-...-- -.e.ww.w. rwiww wwwr...---- ---w -._-' -

1 I.. :, i ; ; "'. :' .. '(ltoq' l t r<' 1II'(] this" system as a help and not .AU.n4AAA 4AA{'' A AAA i AAA o dliEditB ,okOktOkO'Itot6kokOkOkOkoKOKoKOkokokokbNokoROfSOKO' o t S. H. RICHMOND, Agent :;:

.:\ "I I .; : l. ." niciiiii.'o.! Private SchoolHim I"

I "'%' ts"",, tyLhANtfdl, f" .'IJ"'I"litllll\r"IIII'UNS'1; !:':;sl f ::I : ,THECITY '" Results studies are of recorded state commissions of the exhaustive of I.. 1//:. Hiuilrjr. Kv..rnla (*tr..e. ''r' Perrlne Grant Land Com an1. :"pro!:

Dully sessions/ /fao to n a, M;i-, :
n F FTHIi/ PEOPLE," Professor Bemis and of ProfessorGray .' .' rasa In ijo: p. m, .. r nOTKLSEMINOLE j jo 0 REAL ESTATE. '
.
:- in Mnssnulmoctts, where the a,.. Tplnnolessqiiejir" itrranKenient. IoattfvvvvvvvnvvrivvYY1Ir W.st Palm Beach, Florida o i-4-sm CUTLER. FLORIDA }:
;, ... 1 torn! of regulation v ivrvvv.
LIgb4 .t he rrltYtiesn, of monopoly, by commissions Is .. .. !r

{t' lway firre)' l'l. HI nut own the furthest! advanced and In a generally/ __. _, ..._m __ __ I __ ___ {-
alvee8t l 14w1tW'MykL.lruvvih' well governed state Professor\ Gray It _
or Direct
x<<:
y ..J IraalNtatl4kgentimen/. favors regulation of monopolies as the FISH AND OYSTBRS. All kinds Of Baby Ih' Brefs ford Bros

", ( only escape from "reckless socialism." also fresh Indian/ River oyateri every Overlooking beautiful) Lake Worth facing the Hotel j jif r
I ,.,1 t at
Correspondence.
} ] But be found that the I day. Shad slirliup, crWfitih and clams
/ rI'\ IIIW creating the Real Estate and d Insurance
1 I'tpp1; J 'e ustonlsiica when Ftne-" gas commission was' drawn by the attorney : in season. fttBM DBtlvERY, PUOKS. Rrtyal Polnclana t ; a first clans I home like hotel. Near ,

yt 'y,' 1(1t'1II1ttmi:, = Ulat they were not made.f.9t1' of the Boston Oas company, Introduced 1 91*' Wm. R. Heart. .' K; all points of Interest to' tourists. Our specialty. I III ex5' ._ PALM BEACH, FLA.
Q "
: of the
government, but Into tbs Boston board of al. '
;" p"t1iii 'C. ily good govoi'iimeut wnscUHuaed dermen by his. brother and by that cellence of table service, clean cooking courteous treat. '

;,( ,u''lfQb; \, linppluoas among body introduced iu the state legislature Pure waicr la esserHtal t6 good; health; lit o ment of' gueeT5. .House.. furnished. and under. o Notary Public. Cottages to a ao

.;;': .IL'.JlI\ft' !: \ ,people( Mncnulny snya that The companies npniluataana\ pay The splendid quality of sterilized water newly Postofflce Dullillnii,North of ReDt'1

: 'I.I'L. ::!:';"S\Hnt> S'nrbn''iaiatsoif'; not much of I a the salaries of tho commissioners, their used in the Manufacture of their ice by g new mannfrement. Experienced white help only will, be jj. 8-1-1901 Folnclaim Hotnl.

.calif 1wA. regulators. "The commission baa done', the Lake Worth Ice Factory insures a '
\ 'delllihted by tile benevy all that it employed In ,all departments. Best!' of fishing and jiS
do and
continue to
can ex '
r i..i.r ,
I': otlu6! ot tho pure product. .,
i'' '.,":y "aylng h>tt startle nt Its ist" Is the apologetic and hopeful remark >> boating and ,g Furnished Rooms To Rent.
r ., ;nttiovgl'ty'r.::; : I! +.rAi1d terrltJed at tte,.1?olduesli." of Professor dray. good. hunting. Rates $2 to $3 per day.

;, .: ,rIle'.;: : 1N';.not Dufe'" '.Rald, Salnt$:;Imoli. 'toi' "The act establishing the gas commission JOUlftll.t '700 $Soo, *1,000, $I.zoo, Y o For terms apply to G. H't; Jenkins or ..

"i',' ,(:, .," .{repeat(! tbut'lIllylnll"nt; court',' But the ," says Professor Parsons "put $1,300, t,6oo, $,7S6.! |f,8o >, ''fa.ooo, 1 J. 'O. SUMMERS I Im d. A. Ken ney,Jefferson block.Weal Palm \p
,t ', l $2,200.: $ $2,500' : $::1.750. $3.000. -
..''. ,\,. \"" j'jf.idyln4t;, (vos everywhere accepted even the power into the bands of the company's and upwards.300. Call on the- 'Tropical J" Beach.. ,. ,,1. .15-tf. ,i4+
,: ;, .r':$among Tories;according to Macaulay friends and secured them' O 0PRupiuB"I'On
a; r Real Katate Exchange!; and make your If JIo "'
". :,,.:+iXlrV.blii;,;:', :( lay, 200 year later. We still against competition at the same time Investment before price advanced. 0lC Will Be Bold at a Sacrifice..). t. y II
'fintt\ accepted that it quieted tile people by making o ,
{ It \ fifty year later but ..molt jj ,
",'\tI'v/' >.with qxiollfloutlons'of course, ns the them The commission think they were:has aided getting tbo control.Boston KRIPPENDORH'S X.ADIES' SHOES l Cil0ytO1gOS107/01s07s0 0110 A0510y10,, t107107a0i10y107/0710710310710110y107tg1 124 'nacres of A No. I pineapple? ; land .

'(,'er admiral Wu, 'Finufore" Qualified company to suppress facts, and wbon at ANTHONY .BROS.: near Laiicana, will bo sold at aMicrlfice.

;y 114his; flattering statement that "an Lnga Mayor Matthews and, the city attorney PRANKLYN Civil Engineering Twenty acres cleared; small, .
SHEEN: and Surveying J. R. HIOHTOWHR
'a y'eU'sullof\ Is any ninu'a'equal" with O. F. Williams had won an Important comfortable house on the land; Lake
;". 'n'a emphatic' "to a certain extent" victory over both the company .-""' -- -- --. Locating and Etllmaling Timber (both Pino gL'm' Allil'i I rontnge. Owned by a, non resident whoIs

,'11.I/a Vliea' be found. it taken too literally.f' and the commission' appointed to regulate 'NEW HOTEL.. and. Vegetable Cypre.), Lands Selecting. Specialty.and Grading Or.ng ulltjCll Uhnntl &PL UlfrnTAtlfnrnd unable to give it attention. ,For? spot
II
Dut, as Industrial devolopuleut! rushes it Mayor Matthews surrendered ThLA j MyprofeH.lonhmc.rrledm.over.llp.ru IC.II 1U II Ulof cash this property will be sacrificed to

.:>:'WjOQwe\ are demanding a substantial and became president of the companyat PALM BEACH the Kiithera peninsula of Florida aud bypersonal the l first comer. Address or call on the

', equality of} opportunity before'un- a salary of $2 ,OOO a year. obwmtlon I find great opportunities REAL ESTATE Tropical Real Estate Exchange W. I. 1

'.dreamod of aa the remarkable litera The Massachusetts street railway rj. 'Minimum' el Comfort to} for profitable Investment In Timber Orange MelcalfManag"r.
tire'; of the past ten years amply commission has kept down capitalization 'Ev At Minimum: of CoatThree # add Vegetable. Lauds", tspedslly In the wild and < w. _
shows, to a lower level than that in most '# unsettled parts,where the land Is mostly owned Lands for Bale In aU parts ot -- -

"The City For the People" by Pro- states but "It.shows signs of weakenIng without hnnilnti barb.sunny t4nclon.itotnnd room with...or by large corponlioun. who have never had the Southern Florida, Improved and For Sale '
ffssor ," The Street Railway Journal says and ,., IrontloK <"> land graded .ecordlog 10 qnBllt)'. but .11 priced unite i. -- \
Frank Provt'd
Persons of the Boston Lake
Wortb. Ih.wrue. Write for .
University Law school of it: "Its wise decisions have done particular. S. % of S. W. J( of Sec. 33, and the S.

G .C. F.;, Taylor riillndclphla., published Is a book by more to establish electric railroading/ Orchestra. New York (bet. $$3 and.Up .1 Box: Sal West Palm Beach Florida PALM WORTH BEACH and LAKE y: of, tbe S. B, r# of Sec. 3: 'Tp. 43 S. of

of''COtt. pages, wulub ..discusses measures Oil n profitable basis than any other Oat oil at Polnclana Tl'wy motion properties Including R. 43 E. One-half \undivided Interest ;)'I'
Influence." At the of the tome of the nicest waterfront Town .
Instigation
property.
80
for the :E.
redeeming cities from use CHAS. STONE. Manager acres. F. C. Ry, runs through .
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of monopolists tl and politicians, by commission companies the baa power been .of Increased tbe railway and # SIDNEY ilIAD DOCK:, Proprietor I We carry a large' list i of the most desirable. cottages In town tot this property. ,For further information :' :

whom they1 ore pow held. I sale i furnl8hed'and unfurnished. call l. upon or address JACOB T. McCoNN, '.
the of the cities In regulating .. ..
to turn power -.;"'-- ...---. '
.//ItJs.jvell to a study of their -- Palni Beach
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l > their own affairs has been correspond .. ,.Fja. e
.Jtitrenclimeuts In cities tor the reason 1

,1 7 that just at present the monopolists'and ingly diminished. Residences: s and Business Blocks .
"That people believe in self
our /government
politicians who hold the national ATTENTION SPORTSf.EHf: n! New 4-Room House Cheap.
''government are generally Invincible Is shown by the plendl ( ,

If the pen la mightier than the sword progress made in recent years towarda Orange Pineapple> and Vegetable Lands in Eight Hundred Dollars will buy a :,
?' ; the national monopolists have that fuller provision for the use of the For the Information of local new, 4-room cottage, neatly painted and ;
which Initiative and referendum. With the well located. A bargain/ property; will' '"
can buy pens typewriters and Quantities to suit Purchaser.Call I
printing machines ai well as swords single exception of public ownership portumen, visitors, and all others p"Y18 per cent on coat in rentals., Call Il'at
no progressive Idea has ever made any. Tropical Real Estate Exchange W I. :28
anti machine Interested it would be well to cutout :
guua.
thing like no rapid growth this." and examine our list. Metcalf.'Manager.. > -g-tf. ;Ii
But; atnotiK all the cities are here and
In tbe Oregon legislature which the following excerpts to paste
'there conditions favorable to some t3UILDINd> .
passed the constitutional amendmentfor JEFFERSON : Wes Palm Beach, Fla. '
work, for the people. Deeds are rnoru.convincing In the hat memorize or otherwise ii-fl-tr Furnished Houses to Let. .
direct legislation; the vote for It .
than a priori, reasoning; r
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wns overwhelming and not a man of .
become familiar with. .
J When one city shows good actually We have some furnished houses to let '
either housu suggested anything of a
done. In spite of monopoly many cities partisan nature in:the discussion of the The citizens and officers are determined for the coming I season, fit from Jtioj to '
copy and bought( kindles everywhere. $600 each Address The Tropical Real
The .labor meu who won at the polls bill. that each and everyone ties ntlf ul' 1 K.lIoftr..rbotel! or'residence Bargain. Improved buslnemproperty Estate + '
In, Ansonln" Conn., will probably concentrate Nebraska has direct municipal legislation In Mlamk j'je'.n::: : Bar 1IHInet. In Miami. Will pay 2Oper Exchange'Cpr particulars. 1
of these laws shall be rigidly en- ( on llth street un Aye- ?
to do well In that city rather on a IS per cent petition. nun .' A" 150 left. Thin property I. cent on InvP8tll1 ot, Can be 1

than attempt tbe Impossible field of South Dakota has a constitutional forced, so due notice is hereby' from near the Hotel Royal Park 1'Jlm llon Burtnin. No font at had at a bnrartla. It Mulil In the Call on The Tropical Real Estate Exchange '1
amendment securing the initiative and next thirty day.
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Connecticut
IItute' potltics Springfield i'WOII.OO. before, prices on realtv adnn e. ?I,
referendum In state and municipal af given.
Mass. resolves to be beautiful in its

park and public buildings and to furnish fairs. Using Flruirms Public.... and Sotting xxxnx ,
attractive library and school prlyllegos. Oregon has a direct legislation constitutional Weapon to Minors. OHIO COTTAGE.
.( 'Springfield", leads. Tbe enthusiasts amendment for state enact '
ments.The DlacllA> SUING FlRKAHMa IN PlIBLW.-Wllb- T0'EROTHERS The Ohio is the
who promote) these Institutions are Cottage name
ever dlncharKOii on any pnblltt highway or In
and 'of Arizona terrltorlalleglslature has of a first class boarding house conducted -
visited 'Inquired by promoters any unincorporated Tllln/'i>, -within three
from .other.cities, who become enthuelasts'alsot a clumsy law which however la an hundred yards of any premises,auy flrearms. by Mrs. Nina Orosgrove! and '

was not until Plngre entering wedge. wlthnaft tbe perniliwlon) from tbe OtIl'UI..nt REAL ESTATE AGENTS 3J lea MlnnleGibson! corner of Poln- '

bad shown things actually done lu Oetrolt San Francisco has adopted the Initiative Aid premises, or In the defence of life liml\ or setta and Fern Streets. )Hoarding

1 In spite of monopoly that the peopl and referendum, on a IS per cent property,shall bo punished by loiprlnoiiniuat MIAMI FLORIDA can be had the week
by or meal
"'wero .ready to help him fight mo petition, aud ordinances Involving the not exi-eedlng:. sixty 01.,1' by a Hoe not ,

x nojKily\ and make him governor of grant of a franchise for the supply of .."(.HHlInK fifty dollar at reasonable} rates. r

:Michigan, light or water or the lease or sale of AN ACT Prohibiting Killing, Capturing or ooooooBiirffnln

.' ,r7'"Only one-thirtieth of the people of any ubllc,utlllt1 or thor franchise of Shooting any Deer, Alligator Cr ccodll., Found. '
the United States lived In cities in laud worth more than $::>0,000 must be W.ter-Powl 0.. any Wild tflrt (EicoeptCrows In Orange Grove In the
V' submitted tQ the people. ), Within One nil of the lecnrpor.atd vicinity of Miami. :Nine ncnw In I :]By the subscriber Datura Street .
at ,'I7tOi, says Professor Pursoua. "In '.... Five acre In bttnrlnK grove on on
Town of West Palm Beach, Florida.Ruction
S 1600 about one-third of our population Alameda Buckley Seattle and 4 4 years old. Small outtaire. Will January 28th 1902: one bill of tbe denomination
; 1. Any person or who ahnjl no Invwitmnnt.,
person pity! per crut. no \;
"I >1 ved In cities of eight or moro thousand Blaclisburg have adopted direct legislation. kill rupture or ahoot any deer" < sl\llral.or.\/ Bargain at Four XhouHantl Dol of $ -. Loser can have I
Inhabitants The problem'of the city Is Seattle. Wash., a city of 42,000 lar*. '
.. r crocodile waterfowl or any wild bird (elcuHDt same by proving property and paying '
.* the problem of tbe future and the people adopted the Initiative and referendum | ( crovrs). within 'one: mil of the corporation cost of this advertisement. 311902.. 1 1J
of the la the problem of by a strong popular vote. Five limit ot the town, of West Palm '
problem city I, \1Chy pay rent,when : buff We lure, desirable business property II. DICK j
monopoly. It Is a fundamental maxim times the local bosses and the aristocracy Itvach, Dade County, Florida, ahall be. puntubed from Townler llrni, Minn, nice In Miami I. unproved and unimrotwtfa -
Of business Mint property Is to be managed prevented the question) from going on conviction thereof. by One .note terms.' from J700.00 to $1000.00 oneasy Pro0"ale on easy terms .
It to the people but the long struggle was rending one Hundred dollars nor 1 Ins, than
in the Interests of Us owners.
tbe people want the street railways run I' won at last. ten lollars"or; by Imprisonment exceeding. Beautiful Bdilding( Lots For Sale'
....
ninety day nor Ii) than ten day, or by
in tbelr Interests, they must own them Tn five states municipalities are given both fine nnd Imprisonment, tbedleuretlon. The Lakeview addition to the

Not; only do' monopolists exercise tbe the right to adopt homemade charters of the court;; Town of West Fnlm Retch Is now

1I w power of taxation without representation by referendum vote. In a sixth AN ACT to> Amend Section''' 3317 of the Rsvlocd opened up and pl.l.t.tedlIo. that per-
; they also in large degree determine state Ohio a strong movement Is "on Statutes Relating. T'.p..... on C. A. J. CRIPE lions desiring to secure suburban
tbe distribution of wealth. foot to obtain a constitutional amend Farms,Cardans etc.
"Some of the evils which attend monopoly ment giving municipalities a right to Section 1. That Section 9517 of the Revived J residence lots, every one covered

,d { In private bands are excessive\ frame, their own charters on petition of Statute be ad amended.* to rend n. HEADQUARTERS FOIL with splendid growth\ of yonng
Charges, enormous profits, watered S or 10 per cent of the voters. follow: Section 2111 T. Whoever tnk.* and tree, can do so at very reasonable

'stocks, false accounting and: ,doctored Direct, legislation amendments have carries away from any la.mlfardoa.orchard, ''flgn rt1S. v
J.:.; reports disregard of safety discrimination been Introduced iu almost every legislature orange or leinou grove,or destroys any farm Fine jewelry Novelties Artistic Shell] Goods and This. fplendidly laid-out addition
product, vegetable, fruit or flowers corn !
defiance of law of the country. In some states ,
fraud speculation
t, Cotton front tbe stalk, or from any vine Just pouth. of town can not be surpassed
and Rambling, congestion, of vigorous work baa been done for thai SouvenirsWedding Black Aluminuni Nov- '
yard, any ffrnpeiiof any money without in : : lu location, and very soon
wealth;! and power lack of progressiveness referendum since 1804. In a number of the conwent of the owner or manager, Khali i (llrst-class streets will be graded

y debasement of human nature' and eases the measure has passed one be pnnlwhed by lmprlonnient not exceeding" Birthday and H lidn'y'eIties: : Toilet Articles and ?
everything suppliedto
denial of democracy.: i house and In some cases both houses, three month. or by a line not exceeillnn fifty necessary

V" "Stlckncy says that 'private railway but failed for lack of a two-thirds vote. ilollara' or by> bath such Iroprisunmpnli and Gifts: Toilet Sets in Sterling.A make it the moat desirable home
.
and stock exchanges constitute\ tbe The first direct legislation organization Ana at the discretion of the court a section on the'West Side of Lake

most perfect machinery for the purr in this country was found in Newark, 'Worth.

pones' of legalized, robbery that the human N. J., in 181)3\ whence still issued the dP DISSOLUTION.The : Lin ol Latest Magazines l and Periodicals Always On Hand. Come'early and get your choice
Intellect i is capable of devising.' persevering quarterly The Direct Leg NOTICE of lots while prices are low.

If you will go to the stock exchange In islation Record. Lost month The Proportional heretofore' .
partnership Piloting between
n' any great city or look through the red Representative Review was the undttrHtKtietl boa been 'iljHuolvva I by West Palm Beach. TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
fi4' manual or read the reports In any bltf added to The Record. It now require mutnalconeent..J.C.. : Sntniuer* .mnmesall, ) Under Seminole Hotel
llablllllmof the firm and Is fully authorised.
dally, you will find that gas and electric six or eight pagea of small type to record to collect nil clalntM and account"* due them. ,,-"-.f -A-GKEHsTTS. :-

vile stocks, traction companies and a the names of the books and leading Went Palm Reach Fla. J..C., Slim......... Office in Tropical Run Block. ?
,; ,, few great trusts, together with the / articles on direct legislation. After J. P. llnlnnd. i A && A&. && &.AAAAaA 4AAAAAAAa1AAAAAAAAAAA.
railroads, make up the lists- The evils six years of discussion! over 3,000 Jan 31,1 OJVOTICB 1-l".t '

of a system which encourages men, ta newspapers and magazines favored direct W. HElM. W. BHO.iDWELL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon '
seek wealtb by the rise and fall of legislation."We Reg-lHtored Pharmacist, office In Dm Store. Don't Forget F t ?
locks! instead of by honest industry have seen tbe Farmers' alliance FOR POBilCATION.DKPAHTUIIHT .

are too clear to need comment. The.ea- i and Industrial union with 8,000,000
encu of royalty and aristocracy la not members, 'and the American Federation LAND Urrir AT OAIMKHVII.I.H.or THS; INTEBIOB KLA,)V COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY That we have, at all times,

In the title but In tbe overgrown power ,, of Labor a million strong, stand Jan, 130 11IU1, HELM & nROAD\VELL a choice line of ,
which one man possesses over his fel '' shoulder to shoulder on this Issue. The Notice I IK hereby (given that, the following .
which rail. Knights of Labor the Brotherhood named. settlor bee ttloil notice of his Intention "' .Proprietor.
lows. A congress grants tomato and proof In support of hte'olelm.and ]
road telegraph and banking privilege: Locomotive Engineer., the Order of that "said proof will: be made: before John B.Rellly 1LORIDAANDWESTERNl
Conductors and many other U tt. Commissioner, at Went Palm l
a to private Individuals establishes a far Railway hunch" '.., on Vebnr.ru' 14 ear, vlsi, Frank '
more powerful aristocracy than could labor organization!! favor direct legis Watery* devisee for the derisei-s of Jsmeii U. / Deal d !in' Reliable Medicines and Chemicals.A
the mere bestowal of titles. lation.". "It Is part of a worldwide Kinsley, lea'd of Net tune KU., H Md.A8j4, the MEATSLive
created
be by 26 Dee. 8
Ot 4 and s See. aud.Lot -a 17. Tp. 40 "
." movement toward liberty pence and ",4d: RIle 1
of democracy." names tbe following wltneraa. ... to' prove
state control" city mo-
at
Attempt .IT/LI LINK OKPerfumea'-,
"The of the people versus monopoly hlsoontinuntis residence upon suit eultlration .. and Dressed Turkeys -
case
ropolles are discussed. The Massachusetts vis: Thomas J. Zolglerot Neo-
01 ,
big for full treatment In'a 'ldN\ :, of ; Rubber Goods
commission held down the la too tune Jones Neptune Pla.i '
gas volume of this alzelr, says the author, Frank.. 1II capitalization of the smaller companies Lamb, of Neptune; Fla. Toilet Articles, Cigars and
f' outside Boston so that it fell in ten But. we have not seen a fuller treatment 1-17.61 W. 0. SODtNSOX; Register Cheese, Eggs, Etc.

;, year from 15.72: to Z67., But In Boston I' and Stationery. Tobacco. }.
gds capitalization rose from It. torl' Do we not need the advice)earned FOR PUBLICATION .

942 in ten yenr. The commissioners and disinterested lawyers as to re- NOTICE 2-ltf! P&lMS BLOCK. WEST PALM BEACH. e
i' could not be unresponsive to the courteous forms, lilt ,,,of which have to do with Notice le hereby given that the followingnitnioct : 1 Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. ,' ; i
4yy.mvmmm.m.vvv..nnnm.mvv.iYYV.
r: show the settlor ha* filed 1 l notice ot hU Intention lr
of the polished gentle. law? Experts In Uw can Esc ,
treatment to make llnul proof In support ol hM slulnu and'
F, of the board of directors who In- lines of least resistance which reforms than enld<1 uroof will bo mad before John H '
men follow. It Is fortunate that so Kclllr. U.iha.-I.: CiironilssloDie: .t UiaiulFI. on Faber Bro's. Market
Ylte'then to elegant dinners and ahoy! can Hnnih: ; > via :
them'every attention that wealth can many' lawyers are refusing to be engaged i 1 Noah l''. JonemolJIeBtmi.. *, FYs." "om'p"'adt1t17i CITY MEAT MARKET ,,
of monopoly. \ for the 8-K.: vj Ran, 10 T p./'t 1 t4, t4 4f a.:
command. Regulation by commission"lets on the side llio following wit 0"_ In. prorahl .
!! namos :
v one set of men do, the work and "The City For the People" is a good ,e careful, conservative s l another set to determine how book to lend to ;your W Tindall O of )'Ieolsne .
employs llanrItu tJitle Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention.
who Is not \ II- ; n.
It shall be done and a third set to conscientious' friend w.r. Wbut.lun.I : of Neptuasgla.; 1

wnn-h.tbe\ provided Drat and by the sew,second that the act regn'liltlons are- convinced by roof lifting ELLA/ eloquence.OnusaT. nt.es N.ptanv, Flu.a w,.a;Rblrigtiolaiteslii.r.' 1-1"rgea Jefferson 'Block, WEST PALM BEACH. subscribe for TOPE u ,, ) t


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TROPICAL SUN PUBUSUINO COMPANY To On Some ) If you use ...a..b'-......_ --., .. : '
Have _
GUV I, M 'rcAI.P. XDITOB.!; Say VALENTINE ...-_' ,', ;'..'',;
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Timely Topics, STORIES .\ :- # 's\:\ I
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t, AT WIST PALM loua.HaD'" aa"oH' ,IVtBV DADa FRIDAY.COUNTY PLOBIOA. .- The Famous T. HJND : :, '/i

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--- Ai Other View It. b ._ MARTHA LOVE !I: "
PRiCe. 2.00 A VER.Kntand '!
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The Flakier> divorce bill, and the .; '
murder of human beings in 1 -41"LlINT i '
wholesale
al the INwrtofllc of Weal P lra Beech the Philippines and South Africa in the 31'; COPVKIOHT, II OI. BY ""/-\*-TON MUSrtO Ji ,$ : :"J

M second-clan-, 0,1002 matter lug name monuments of civilization of tbe, depravity are uteucu-emUt-of those 7;<;J Q q g J.) We have ---_' 5......................-....!.-. ''4

Times.Democrat : just received
FRIDAY, who rule,-Levy County -- -- - a big lot. Buying
in such large
II, time romance of old time va-} same knife that whittled out tpntpegt quantities enables Us to ''get

,'" The People Awake. ontlnen, the tragedy and com- and backed ausages, the address: the lowest prices, ana to secuzecheaper
:[ edy of them, the matches: that freights and
The politicians think they have every- ( Mica LoTTira MEHTOK;> places us a position
to
for tbe Senatorship, but were lundd and marred by Blankvllle\ give
thing arranged our patrons ROCK
J@.LSUfioorYlffsH5 there may be an uprising of the peopleto them, the friendships that lllunk County BOTTOM EBIOES "
1R.g State ot Illinois, .
destroy their pluus.-l'alatka Times- were sundered, the hidden, \ love that \J. 8, A. If you once use It you will have no other Come fn *U '
the bidden that was 'a.nUth-t yyftk' our
Herald. was told, spite PAINT DBl'ARTMJRNT.f :\
Upon the other side lie carved this:
backed the In the days when the custom
It is tbe politicians, by gratified
this time. and IN OA.MP, 14th. Fob., 1805.: "W. P.
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corporations, against Mallory of Bending valentines was young Tour ever faithful vnleutlna, HATCHED
But the people are becoming aroused, meant something I DICK IIAKDT. JKFFI5RSON BtOCK Xir 3" <
and will give the conspirators a taste of the middle aged the
Today It la even JaLardware.
This unique valentine "got through, ;
their metal in the coming primary. souls them In _
old, those bnppy among
Sanford Chronicle. << as they used to any In those days, and
f;: whom romance yet lives young; and laugh to tbe \lips of lively -
brought a
r tender and green, that realize now, Lottie Merton and her lends. She always : :

j Significant, Indeed. alas only In remembrance, the pristine knew Dick hardy would! como j. B. MCGINLEYo; :
of St. Valenthl The program for the next meeting of glories out of the war safe, and he did. They -
Miss Pine born In 13-15 but .
There Is ,
Association ,
the State Press presents were married In 1800 and have lived
significant features. For instance: perhaps you don't know her. Miss Pine ',' ,
some happily ever since-ot least there has
associationare schoolteacher at the time of-the .. Strictly First .
Twenty-one members of the was a been so far no talk: of a divorce. Glass ...
set down in that program to speak civil war. She Is a schoolteacher still .
on various topics. Out of the twenty and the Halt of the oaitli.! At the outbreak silt

allY one, but fifteen can be regarded us of the war, back In SOI, she was Among the personal effeGji;; left by an House-Furnishings, .
L newspaper men per se; the remainingsix sixteen, with brilliant ,black eyes andchee'.s Bachelor
have other and are in eccentric and very rich was
occupations Draperies Window
almost too round and red for Shades .
Y the newspaper business either Inciden- an old fashioned comic Valentino of the ,
1 tally, accidentally or temporarily. Coin, perfcit beauty. hideous type of those which we may
t ment in. superfluous.-Tallahassee Cap They have had plenty of time to : hope earnestly will never coma againin Wall Papers, ,
ital. grow white and thin and refined look- fashion Probably they will not for

log since then. .- the taste of folk Is more refined and Wickers Japanese

Primary Here to Stay. Young; as she was Dora Pine was engaged aitlfjtlc now. When the rich liuclielo a

The Jacksonville Metropolis/ says: It to Harry Willing: and Harry was a poor young man, shy and very; -and Enamel Goods
went out with that first call,
la indifferent as to whether the primary Willing sensitive, shabbily dressed, ('al'lllul1I0t:
plan is permanently adopted or not, but April, 1801, when striplings alblIt'.l- much, ho tell in love a passionate! first,
as it is a party measure it should be od men enlisted, and every one of them love It was, with a. popular belle. He Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County

adhered to by democrats, as it 1 III the thought the war would be ended In was too. poor to decline himself but he

party rule. three months and he would be homo fancied the girt liked him. He wa Jefferson 6IockWEST PALM QEAC1
The present election law was vigor Harry WUllng was transferred f
again. sure he was right about that and he l-IT tf '
ously opposed when first put into pray to: the gunboat service' and worked his wffs. With the Incentive of gaining he .. 'A
tice, but the more the voter saw of it :-- \
THE LETTER BY PROP. E. GALE, the better be liked it, and it has con- way down gulf ward with the Mississippi favor he worked with all his might Do ,You Want a '
fleet Dora heard from him frequently denied himself nil but the mere uccvsel -
stantly in ,, and todayits
in this issue of Til grown popularity"
as published & at 'first. In 1802 he sent her a valentine -
opponents are exceedingly scarce; ties of life and dreamed of saving STEAMBOATVe ?
PEOPLE'S PAPER, ia well worth serious and thud it may be with the primary. from near Memphis.: It told her enough money to begin( business for W have none on them hand to Sell loeultwvcanbuild. and if. we have a'

consideration by our pro One thing tbe voter likes about the primary with all the openness ..t'a boy who Is himself and then go In and win his Juatwaatouw.n4 .. ,

ducers. Prof. Gale has practically! is that he can exprvst his prefer- not afraid his letters mny be. used girl. lie knew he was both shrewd and ," .<'"
ence individually, and not have to do it against! him In a breach of promise suit lucky. It would not take him. long he \ are also PrppatedTo ,

demonstrated the adaptability of through delegates which to a convention do the, the hat: he loved her, that in this and all reasoned. Fur lsh....,.......__....__..__ ,' .L' "
thU Boil to culture. It 1 Is members of may just opposite hers ,.
mango what the voter deal There the: other worlds be was and hers So It stood when ono! Feb. 1-1 be opened .- "
to res.
now up to our fi nit growers to grasp can be no snap judgements a ptimary only. ." ', I a comic valentine. The address Pumping Outfits for Irrigation:. .

the situation and develop one of the an there can in a convention, or an That precious valentine reached .
Industries] influence of a corrupting nature workedto Dora In !March, and It was the last Write or call on us for Anything in .
most possiblefor
profitable the advantage: of certaicandidates.. word for good or 111 she ever had from Our Line that you need. ,, _

Florida. .. Harry Willing. lIe was never heardof
Merrill-Stevens
Co.
.. again. He was never even repotted Engineering
I A Brilliant Free Lines. ,
missing. Whether ho was captured .
IN THE PASSING AWAY of N. W Frank V. Baker, the brilliant editor of and died in prison, whether be 'was JACKSONVILLE, FLA.JL"00' ,

Pitts, whose funeral occurred here .. the Gate City Chronicle, was a few years drowned off the gunboat In the dink- IA- -

tixlxy, I Dude County loses", oue of its ago Pennyrile a red-hot dee politician lrlck" in down Kentucky iu the less or whether any of half a dozen 011y i 18-r4 Jacksonville Marine Railways

oldest eitizfUH identified with its ofti Paker wan editor of the Madlsonville possible fates happened to the hUlldI A 4FI r --
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'{ cial mid political history. For years everything Jail, a Bryauile in western paper Kentucky and he jumped, from I some this, daring day Inquiry youth no the-mortal most persist knowsto s K a o toito$>o toioito to eo>to..o to to to..oito (oto to.o to .ioliosito

Mr. PittH walt Chairman the Board John B. Atkinson to tbe Louisville & : ent failed absolutely. Only MIss rneknows .| e r p ,..

of County Couunisaioners, and finally Nashville Railroad lie sang in glee surely that be' never '\'asa i Truscott Boat 1\I'f g Co. :'1, -

resigned because of ill health that clubs and with John Brasher did more traitor or a coward, (hat bo never. .wii* ,
talking than ten men within ten
any false to her.
CONSTRUCTORS Ol
continued to grow on him, and finally miles of Southard's school house. He 'Valen o
Forty have gone since
years '
occasioned bis death. made a big success, as the county went tine's day '02, yet each, 14th of Febru- Grade Pleasure Craft r
for Bryan by one thousand majority, 2o High l
% a, d Brasher wan elected county clerk. cry Tn the evening after her school 2V 2r. :
THE MIAMI BOARD OF TRADE, manipulated Baker came to Florida but he has not lessons are prepared Miss Pino shut 0

by the Fort Dallas Lane yet warmed up along/ political lines. out all the world, turns up tho lampa Vapor Marine Motors. '. a s" ,
lIe can say meaner things and say them little brighter, unlocks a writing o JI,1.;,."
Company controls the Board of quicker, when he once gets; started, desk and takes from Jt a yellow, creased o r.r J. D. MORRIS, Agent, ._:;: ,,:'.:..:.'r, '',' i..
A BOIiOtEB'8 VALENTINE ROM Tag FBOST.and "
County Commissioners. Recentlythat ban any man in Kentucky, with the ragged paper, the only valentineshe I" West Palm Beach Florida, :; < '/' .
institution wanted $100 of possible exception uf Pete Bradley. He ever received in her life. Miss the writing inside' were in the well o ''x 0'.', 1

County out of the 'I. bas few equals as a newspaper writer Pine Is thin and gray now. She wear known hand of his ladylove. The Ole0il01tOlt07a0110110110110i105105tOIIOOl10A0110310110t10: : : : : : : : : :10i10710i1O1t0: ''e: .
money, wrung and Floridians will soon see some of valentine represented '"The Miser," a s:1
her hair In prim little old maid curls,
his work, Political Column ia
of Dade tax to Jacksonville
producers as money, and of "
hideous green red cut a ragged '
\ Metiopolig.The tucked back with a comb above each i'' "
donate to the Ilomeswker, a publication ear. Her nose Is long and straight, cadaverous looking wretch gloatingover !ilerul .JI"ANON'S Fl\etory9tlS.01T. l : ,

gotten; out by, and in the her hands are wrinkled, but her face bags of gold. Underneath was 1101116. UIU.V68tDay"t '. i" .;,

interest of, the F. E. C..n'y.-and, of Commission a Fixture is tender and glorified as she spreads written: C nIAllarroll GU &VAJELLY Cities ra/nl 4JI nail: tY HIlcM" '"it.'JI"" ,

That excellent weekly, the Starke that old valentine before her upon the THE STINdT YOtmO MAN. 8 BAya(4uava .
course, got; it. Now they ask for tbe Ht Jnek.uuvllie..l .
Telegraph: refers to The Sun in the fol- table and cons it o'er and o'er, though H... Peter Stingy, who board every : "'
of of tbe Mi- cent Jelly Hnaa.htllo..nd A etra
purchase 1,000 copies ; T-CA'
.
lowing complimentary 'The I .
manner: '
letter In It is her
printed
every upon Each dime ha lays out..U a. drop of blood I .IHla all TUIY'II.' oa .to.t..
ami Metropolis for free distribution, Gainesville Sun and Jasper News have brain cells. Her eyes bond over It aq spent /vast ," (, it! ;;,.
and while that publication was elm. been having a little controversy as to hour, maybe, and all, that time she His pantS they are patched, they arln at .... ;(i '."; '
he merits of the Florida Railroad Com the Ream, ,
ply a "booster" for tbe Fort; Dallas mission The Sun has had some what looks as though she were talking to And he'd die ere he'd ask the girls( \ to toe e --- ---w--.-v.--- ---. i .I : #
Lund Company's interests-not for the beat of tbe argument by showing/ somebody unseen. And every! St. Val creams. .-..,,,) ':' :
actual figures savings that have been entine's night after poring over the s .
The man never got over the OR YONS. \ <
Dade the Commis- young WATER COLORS.
County, County made to shippers through/ the interven. yellow paper Miss Pine dreams that <> ,
cruel hurt He thought the lady of his
sionerahastento"blowIn"morehardcash ion of the Commission, but even such tier hero is yet alive somewhere and "
for their bene t. Verily, the F. stern" things figures will\ not convince that ho loves her and woocs her as he love had sent It, and he went near ber '
he News of its error. It Is hard-headed did forty years ago. Perhaps be .is* no more, but devoted himself to moneymaking | RICHARD E. RBSLER >
E. C. R'y Land Department finds in ,on the subject, and although the coterieOf perhaps he docs. as tbr ugu It was all that was :

Dade County's Board of Commissioners politicians who used to thrive by K lit left him worth having or getting.
their efforts to thwart the wishes of (the Years afterward, when the girl had
a good thing-even if costlyto people of the State for the creation of a Another civil\ war valentine story, married somebody else, be found that | Photographer.
tax -and they are "push. lailroa'l Commission have since : not sad
payers long so : she did not put upon hIm the Insult be : i.
ing it along. Meanwhile North recognized that the Commission is a Packed among articles that were bad fancied and at tbe time knew CLEMATIS AVENUE "
i fixture in the machinery of State I are'trash {', ;
gov. precious to her in her girlhood, but I '
Dade longs: in vain for good roads. the News continues nothing of It. A rival had sent the I
.rnwent. to Masonic
Opposite !
wage Temple.
of ; '
now, course a plump
merry '
"No funds" you know. war agalust It. In this attitude our contemporary thing, bribing a mischievous young I I ,1 ;.. : ;
eyed matron bas a piece of driftwood. _,
,.f
shows a lack of ability to brother of tbe lady'to Imitate her penmanship If"
keep: up with the procession. Even the Rue does not take it out and nurse Jt which he could do perfectly.The : West Palm Beach f ki. : "
n. E. Church Services. owners of the railroads hive long since on St. Valentine'. night, for she ha* bachelor found out also. when it ,:

ccecded the justice ant permanency i was too lute, that the young lady .____. _____.______. .1 ,
The following is the order of services of the Commission." :would have'married him if he had per. "

in the Methodist Church, to which a ,. severed in bin", suit. hut by that time

cordial invitation 1 I. given to strangers i A Representative Petition. .big heart wits somehow dried up toward

Sunday School at 9:45: a. m Preaching It is announced that a number of I ) tbe feminine sex;, and be never ..

at II a. in. and 7:30: p. m. Epworth prominent citizens, headed by Senator a cared for another. Al1JPrt Kaulniallil The PhotographerStudio
td hoar have taken lip the Philipine inaltr -
I League Devotional Meeting at 3 p. m. lit *
in earnest and have presented tolbe I
Rev, C. Fred Bluckburn, Pastor Senate a petition for the suspension One more valentine, la which lurk.I! In Schmld Block. Upstair*

of hostilities, and asking that an a romance and mystery unsolved to I
Found. loity be given for discussion Orpor. / this day. Tbe valentine was receivednot 1-8-tI WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA

situation between the government and many years ago by a lone and
By the subscriber on Datura Street on the Filipino leaders. Tbe following are 'Y1Ira9 lonely woman who to her knowledge
January 28lh, one bill of the denomination among the names attached to the petition
1902 : had not a sweetheart on this round .

of $ -. Loser can have Carl: Scliurz:, Ceo. K EdmomTs,Judson earth. It was addressed to her prop- LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS, -

game by proving property and paying Harmon, J. Sterling Morton, Ceo. Bout- erly enough, but the writer merely A. T. KOSC. Proprietor.Launches '''

_ coat of this advertisement. l-jt-igoa. well Charles P Adams, W D. Howells sent It and gave no sign and to this ; ', .,,.. '
J. II. DICK. Mark Twain, Rev. C. A. Parkburst, W. day abe has never found out who he Yachts, Sail and FUh Boat, Row Boats and Din2"'y., "

Burke Cockran Robert Treat Paine, was, or mayhap It was "Bhc." At any Built to Or-ler, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out.
Celebrated Palmist Here. Bishop Hunting. Bishop Vincent, Ansou I rate, are not the verses sweet, strong Boat
P. Stokes John Burroughs and William and graceful? Yards at Mangonla.

Madame Naomi, the celebrated palm. Lloyd These Garrison names are certainly representative ONLY VALg tTIN10. LOVE WILL STILL LEAD. 10-18.if P. O. address WEST PALM- IIRACIIr FLA. '

1st ol New York City la here for a short ones, and their appearance upon now to hold a cbeckreln on the fellow Should we stray lout within a lonesome

J time.. Persons wishing band-readings I the petition in question should carry I who sent It to her, and that keeps, her Where land.flower refuse to bloom and death- -- S.

j will find her in Room 19, Jefferson considerable more weight than it is like. busy. She tosses it about and lungbf ," tul sandO'ersweepa
Block. ly to. But these citizen: *, who, are of the when now' and then she baa occasion the way by which we would Lumber S :
rt 'sort /generally called "eminent," weed to tnmblp out the trash in that old box return and Building Material ..
'x For Charter. not flatter themselves that they standalone where else keeps It. Love will still lead, though lost we wait
III their opposition to the senseless! I i iand And yearn
4 A twenty-foot yawl rigged craft. Suit- aavaga war, that la being waged' lu Her husband Hon Richard Hardy Everything in '
.. the
And if by chance of grief and sorrowing Building Lino
able for cruising on tbta coast. Address be Philippines for the benefit ol a few may he live and hold office lonjjt was a Our disjoined hand ..
no longer and
or call on TUB: TROPICAL SUN for speculative coutractors and the army soldier in the sixties,'too, and marched cling- clap
further Information. epartment. with Sherman down to the sea. He Borne whispered word of love will find It* Lime Sash Nails
The common-sense and the conscience-" I probably could have got paper and pencil Place, Builders' Hardware w.
cement Doors
Paints ,
of the country are against the cnntiuu- that Valentine's day, '05( but in a Exalting u* to newer peace and (race.' .:> ;
FURMUHBD HOUSES, at from fioo to

$800 foJ' tbe'ua+on. Call soon and se- have nce been of the started war and which which never cannot should too l I spirit of whimsical humor- he picked Lt u* twain keep our troth till death do House Orders a Specially ..l Turned Work and Mill .-
a piece of driftwood oblong, .:
up square part
cure tbe most des'rable.: Tropical Real soon be ended.-Tallahassee Capital, j T Work of an 'J
cornered and worn smooth by the wa Us, thou and II The world's In rhyme KInds "
Estate Exchange, W. I. Met.-llf, Man I ter. Upon one side.of It hit tarred: In sweetheart, : GEO. PADDISON '.':" ,
Thy: heart and mine
are Eau
.ger. Vital' Brand Clothing-Aif I'HONV'S print letters with hi*'' juckkulfe, the VALnxriNL MO-tt Gallie. Fla. \ ,
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,I,! : TIlE l .UPWAi. SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, U\02.\ IS /


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IN THE SENATE. DIED TRYINQ. TO-SAVE-UIRL. FIENDISH CRIME ; BIO BLAZE AT ELBERTON. BLOWERS LOOT

;tiT DUST EXPLOSION AT I -- ---- -NEORi'sSl SAFE

Resolution to Change Oi.im of PrciIdentlal Two Skatsr Lose Their Live at Ono Threw White Baby !From Car Window Two Business Blocks Go Up In Smoke.

I / Inauguration. cock, V*. Near Monte, Qa.Swalnaboro. I Loss 9104,000. ACWORTH GAI BANK(
THE AIR MINE
BON Washtagto, Feb: u,-At the con Richmond Va., Feb. 11.-Herbar Ga., Feb. 8.-Sherll Elborton, Ga., Feb. 10.-Fire broke \ fi

'' elusion of routine business In the sen I Nock and Miss Mae Geiger were Flanders brought to jail here yesterday out ia the heart of the business sactton i '

.'" 'r', ) ate today 40 minutes were devoted to drowned while skating at Onaucoel a negro woman, Anna Rabb for of this city at an early hour yen Building and Safe Wreckedby
'yr
;; Ma i : Have Narrow the consideration of bills on the cal. creek, near the town ot Onnuck. one of the darkest deeds ever com terday; morning and before the flame
\4 endar exclusive of private pension The Ice broke through, and friend mltted In Emanuel county. Dynamite. Pl,, ;"
: : ;';,'i .. ,.kE'\; ap@g, JF rom'Death bills/ nearby were not only unable to eave Night before last the woman got on were checked over $100,000 had gone ,' r
; the lives the train at Garfield Ga. with a white< up in smoke.
f Upon request Of Mr. Hoar the them but several other ] came WITH ''"
,:-::,' \WERE'SEmOUSLY INJURED' senate proceeded to the consIderation near being sacrificed. baby 3 weeks or a month old. She The loss Is estimated at $104,500. ot THEY! GET AWAY 5,000

':' }"I ,i:' of a joint resolution proposing an Both of the young people belong to was asked what she was doing wIth this less than half was covered by in. '
;}Mq' ,I amendment to the constlttulon of the prominent families. Mr. Nock wan a the child and she said it had been suranca tbe total amount of insurance A $5,000 Georgia State Bond and a

', Explosion! Waa Caused by Shot Fired I United States respecting the com son of N W Nock, a prominent citizen left In her care and she was going to on the burned buildings and stocks Large Amount of Stock Certificates y,' ,
''\ lays;MwJnehi.. to. Knock Down Coal Fortlitl"psiy4 mencement and termination of con of Onaneock and collector'of cus: take It to Stlllmora. At Monte on the amounting to only $41,750.
t l' inllen and Southwestern railway she Hon. T. M. Swift was the heavIest Were Also Taken-Two Stranger t 4, '
Cleveland
Run\ -"Llat of Those Mos Kress, changing the date of the inau toms of that port under ,
.' .: ;. Duration 6f the"prosldent and vlci 'Miss Geiger whose family went from wa left la the car alone. She then loser not being protected by Insurance Recently In Town Are Suepeeted. S

iM, erlously,. injured president from March 4 to the last' Charlottesville, was a granddaughter raised a window and threw the baby at alL The Tate block, which 4 +,I
'{M.iU'.j'f'itanooea:); Thursday in April at noon the com of Colonel Bowcock of Albetnarls out. The fall did not kill the baby, waa burned, was one of the handaom Acworth Ga., Feb. 10.-Safe blowers + !
,j.; Fob 11.- A special to1'1 but it froze to death before daylight. est buildings In Elberton, having beet got In their work hero :yesterday morn
\ 'ha'T' meu< kment! and termination of con Mr. Nock and Miss GeIger were "
eiWS from Bon Air Tenn.. + iq
say
a'ilust' greases to occur at the same time. skating arm in arm and were on theIr The little thing left Its alga where It erected only three years ago.The lug. I '
t in
explosionoccurred> the main: lire all odds the most About 2: o'clock tbe sate of the Lt in- 1
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Mr. Stewart protested against the way: to a boat to return to dinner scratched and kicked In the sand. was by
",entry of. No. 3 mine Over<; 18 meireelevej passage of the resolution, but by a vote when the ice gave "way. The woman went on to Stlllmori disastrous In the history of the GranIte on Banking company was blown and ; ,
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and Injuries. All were reBelled the senate overruled his objection and The young man might have saved and took the train for Adrian. The City. The buildings burned were about $5,000 In gold and currency, a ,r,f a

all will probably recover. Five ot adopted the resolution by the neces. himself, but lost his life trying to rea. sheriff was notified after the baby was on McIntosh street, the principal busl $5.000 Georgia state bond and a large:
the' miners: were eerlouwly burned. sary two-thirds vote. cue his fair companion.Four found. He went to Monte to get the ness street of Elberton and the particular amount of stock certificates were 'i ( f
A late special to The News from the section which located taken The Iou fall heavily on the f'
scene Among the other measures passed men broke in while trying to particulars and took the train for on they were
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4, ," ot the 'dust .explosion' at Bon AIr were the following: rescue the couple but all were got out. Adrian and caught the woman who Is known locally as the "Spoon- bank and community.. ,
nil nea. gays: I- the mother of the baby Is a handle." While the work shows tbe parties
> Appropriating $80,000 for a public The bodies were recovered. says gypsy:
2 .>.:,(.About 100( men' are emploj/sd, in thIs building at Gainesville, Tex: to estab and left It with her several days ago knew what tbey were doing,' yet the i "

4 mine. When the explosion, occurred llsh a sub-port'' of entry at Naco Ariz.; DIVED TO HER DEATH. and she doesn't know where she went. Elberton Will' Be Rebuilt. Job was clumsily done. Things were $
.all were In the'; main entry, which appropriating $15,000 for a fog signal She denies throwing the child from Elberton!: Ga., Feb. 11.-Already terribly torn to pieces between $48-

made their rescue possible. Medical and keeper' dwelling at ..HedraiBlancas Woman Trapeze Performer Killed at the train. She says another woman plans are on foot for rebuilding the 000 and 150,000 In notes and stock certificates -

attendant say that none of the Injuftes .. Cal; appropriating $10,000 Newport Nov.-o. did It, but there was no other woman business district of Elberton which and bonds being mutilated. '
are'necessarily, 'fatal, though rive 'the traIn.KILLED. From the money takeu ,''r .
for a monument to the memory of Newport News. Va., Feb. 12.-EJvs on was wiped out In Sunday's disastrous appearances
are; very serious! ; The explosion was: damaged. In the rubbish L pPh
losers the was badly
Dorothea Lynde DIx, to be erected at Gilbert, trapeze performer at tile Pow fire. All the by conflagration
caused by the shots fired by the mIllers FELLOW STUDENT. of bills from small ones'. '
Hampden We.; resolution recognizingthe hattan theater, broke her neck last! .ave been busy securing rooms In pieces very
to knock\: down the coal for today'i able and gallant services of' Captain which to open business again and to to one-fourth ol bills, were found. One +

run.; it tne men. had. been In the driveways .. Francis Tuttle revepue cutter night In her during-aerial the act performance.she swung from Two Young Men Have Fatal Encounter rebuild the ruined district. Colonel party had a box In the vault with a $20 M, ;

and inner entries when the explosion service his officers and men of the a trapeze catching her foot in a loop at Atlanta Dental College. Swift, one of the heaviest losers, has cold pIece In It which baa been In this
occurred many lives would Bear; also the services of LieutenantsD. Atlanta, Feb. .-As the result ot a already made arrangements for erect box many years. This was left Intact. -,
about 35 feet from the Boor. Las :. .
have been lost either by the concus H Jarvis E. H. Bertholf and Sam. quarrel which occurred Saturday nIght ing five handsome storehouses. The Another person had on safety deposit ,,. !
her toot from the Joop
night slipped .
atom direct or by their being put of/ uel Call composing the overland 'ex' and she fell headlong to the floor almost and which was renewed yesterday actual loss by the fire Is now placed at a pocketbook containing money which .," '." h: '

from escape Petition to Point Barrow, Arctic ocean,, the horrified audience. mornIng W. Jesse Pope died at the $100,000, with Insurance ot about hall was not taken. A $2.50 gold piece : "
The damage done to the mine Is not for the relief of the imperiled whalers, among/ hospital last night at 10:30 o'clockfrom : that amount was picked up mashed as thin as paper ';:
She died In 10 minutes
1 extensive a kuife stab near the heart, and :The parties entered the front "': ::4 I I' 4 $

Among those most seriously Injured Washington, Feb. 11.-Some routine The woman came hereabout all T. J. Granade la held at the police bar. MAIL POUCH ROBBED. door which let. them Into the> vault .,.. *'. : fir: t
In New '
week Her home was r
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.are! William Barnes, burns about fact business preceded the resumption of ago. racks to answer for young Pope'i door, then the 'inside door, which let ',, > .
and bands; Roscoe Anthony, face bad the consideration. of the oleomargarinebill York. She was a widow. death. Negro Cut into Bag Hanging On them Into the vault to the safe. Here Ilt'j );:4'4i.'

Iy} burned; Herbert Glover face, hand In the house today. The amendments The difficulty took place in the clln Crane-$80 Taken. they blew the safe, then the Inside I ; ) 'j) :

$e and body burned; Ezra' Cole neck and were non-concurred In and the Sue. for 30000. Ic room of the Atlanta Dental college, LaGrange, Ga., Feb. 12.-The mall fastenings of the safe. ,

-fucuirtnirijed: and Hiram Nalburg a bill was sent to. conference. The bill Tampa, Fla.. Feb. 10.-The suit of on Marietta street, yesterday morn pouch at Mutual was cut Into Tuesday They made tour blasts to reach the > ,; t .

negro, back injured and badly burned. was reatl for amendment under the Alexander Rawls against the 'l'ampllElectl'lo Ing and was witnessed' by a number evening and robbed of about $80. money, all of which was successfully ... y' {
Considerable excitement; prevailed flve-minute rule. Company for $30,000 damages of students and patients. Mutual Is a station on the Macon., done and without discovery.The j ."' I
f .until It'was known- tnat all the wen la I the next thing to claim the attention Both young men were dental stu LaGrange and Birmingham road, town marshal and night tele :;)''1' '

i had. been removed trom.the mine. BOY KILLED BY A GUNSHOT. of the circuit court In this county. This dents. Grenade lives in Washington I where the Colored Mutual Aid Societyhas graph operator heard the deadened .:>j': vi
qr is a suit wherein Mr. Rawls claims that county, Ala., and Pope is a son'ot J a coffin factory and Is attempting Bound and went out to investigate, but '* 'Jt\;;::\< .; ''r

.,DIES AT AGEOF 105 YEARS. Shooting of Fred Tllmart, of Athens,, by the carelessness of the employee of 0. Pope, of Amerlcus, Ga. to establish a colony of negroes. for some reason were drawn in a different < '.1 ,,',;::' ( 1\

Wa, Accidental. the street railway he received person. The difficulty seems to have occur The train does not always stop at direction until the blowers es"F". t 1

,"Uncle Billy" Green, of, Chattanooga, Athens Ala. most deplorable a.1 damages that have rendered him red about a young lady Granada this station but catches the mall from caped ': "f! ,
Feb. lG.-A '
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,- : Twins Passes Away. helpless for life and through his attor claims that ne acted In self-defense a crane. On Tuesday evening the A day or two ago two men wore ,..: : 'I\"
Chattanooga; Feb 11.-William accident happened Saturday neys Palmer &: Lunsford he has asked but there are conflicting opinIons regarding pouch was hung on the crane as usual seen around town under suspicious ". 'J."r.. .
'' V Green, familiarly known as "Uncle morning :2 miles from Athens; when the courts to order the company to pay the unfortunate affair. about 20 minutes before train time circumstances One was a small, dark .' ; :i: \ ''i ',t
Fred the of J. W. Tllman
only son ,
Billy," Is dead here aged 105. was shot and Instantly killed by theaccidental him $30,000.Taylor's: but before the train arrived the bag complected, dark-eyed man. with black ..- I't. .1" \s' '
lie was born in County Limerick, of his while Duncan's Chancea Slim. was cut and the money taken out. mustache. The other was larger, ,

Ireland and came to America In 1&53, hunting rabbits discharge In a newly gun cleared Mysterious Disappearance Atlanta, Feb. 11.-The condition of Howard Newman who was on the stout, with fair skin and a light mus .... .
W landing, at Charleston, S. C. 'Three Jacksonville, Fla., Feb." }0.-The Policeman James M. Duncan, who was mall car, discovered the cut In the bag tache. e' \'t 1.. +
year later ha'drove into the Interior field.He left home accompanied by Ho whereabouts of Captain Charles C. shot by bill wife Saturday night In a and that the registered packages had There 1 I. np clew at this time aa to .ib ;
of with his wife and engagedIn of South Jacksonville whose He Immediately whereabouts of the two strangers :AI!: ':t: '
4 Georgia : McGulre and walkedto Taylor, family quarrel, wa slightly Improvedlast been taken therefrom. the "
mer a boy friend \ r: ,
e truck farming the hunting ground. Just how the launch, the Bessie, was found ashore night: but the physicians would reported It to the department. but every effort will be made to effect ':; 'I
lie came to Chattanooga In 1884 and accident occurred. Is not known but In the marsh near Fulton last Tuesday hold out no hope for his recovery. Yes. Upon investigation It was found thata their capture. Lllberal rewards are t. : I

had lived here since. When he was the entire load entered behind the now promises to become- mystery erday: ; morning he appeared to be eon negro Anderson Brewer who worksat to be offered. Y t, ;:;t"J. '

80 years old he ran as express wee. right ear, tearing a terrific hole In his the possible solution.of which Is iclous at times, and In the afternoonhe Mutual, saw the postmaster making 4' 7. (':1'\''

senger' on the Southern railway be head, _from which death was Instantaneous that a tragedy haa occurred and the talked to Sergeant Moon, who call / up the mall and thought it a fine BLOWN OVER PRECIPICE. \ .'It., .,:: ''a
e tweea Chattanooga and BrIstol. lilt old man drowned. A party went down ed to see him. The patient's eyes opportunity to get some cash and embraced :1> ,,1 f. :'J '
N lug was perfect to the day ol the; river to examine the launch,' but 'were bandaged'and If he should recover the opportunity. The negro Mother and Child Have Frightful Fall v. : n': .

death and eyesight but slightly defoc MOBILE MARDI GRA3. no clew was found that, would 'explain; It is believed he may lose his was arrested and confessed to the at Qresnpond, N. J. ''J "
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.tlve.: lie breathed the air ot three different the sudden disappearance pf the eyesight. Duncan may live for days deed, but escaped and Is now at large, New York, Feb. 10.-Mrs Ellwcod L'a. ,

cent&rles.He I. Felix Emperor of Joy, and Court Ar owner. .. or he is liable to die at any time froma H. Flchenon of Morrlstown N. J., "'
,,married, when 65 a girl 18. The rive Vt/ltK Great Pomp. sudden collapse say the physicians, BARROOM TRAGEDY AT KYLE, GA. took her 14-year-old daughter and Alberta '
widow Brown Three. Bond. neighbor's child to 1 ,
Is still living. Mobile, Ala', Feb. 10.-The mardl Skips Colllni a ; "
N. C. Feb. 11. Sheriff Wil- Man Shoots Two Others Fatally to see the forest Ores on r,1(>'
.>; graa carnival began in earnest todayon Murphy, To Form State Lodge of Elks. Drunken Greenpond \ {'
;1 OOOO.IR AT SPRINGFIELD. lam RIley of Lafayette Ga., left here and Escape Copperas mountain. They climbed a ,
: the arrival In great pomp of- Felix, Macon,Qa., Feb. .-Exalted Ruler \ \ '
'., emperor of joy and his court, and the yesterday morning with a prisoner Eo L. Martin of the Macon lodge of Kyle Ga., Feb. 10.-As a result of a steep hill to get a better view Had s. .
'. ,.r'sen.tor Fairbanks' Great East Street named Henry H. Brown who is wanted stood near the edge of a cliff with a ( ;" 1
a. ( keys of the city wer delivered to his Elks, has Invltad. the other lodges In drunken row in Grant Plowman's whls- '
'1.J' .... feet. .,.1,,,
11..l. ., ; ,; ;' I Shops Burned. majesty. Tonight there will be a parade in Walker county on the charge' the state to send representation to ky shop at Parlstown 1V4! miles north sheer drop of 200 '" .
<..ti"I ::''"i't Springfield 0., Feb. 10-The great ti by the' Krewe of Cyrenlacs to ba concealing: stolen goods. Brown has Macon on March- 18 to a state convention if here on Saturday afternoon about The wind was blowing a gale and h b' ( .f

i 7 1'' '.: ;{a/I :East Street shops built by Will law N followed by a ball. skipped three bonds. His wife and of Elks to be held In this city on G o'clock Vestal Stepp now lies dead Mabel walked toward the edge of the .' .iJ( J

e ku ;rg.yl.; c(';;, 1 Whitley, the reaper king at a cost of Tomorrow afternoon there will be baby accompanied him. Brown cameo that date and replies have been receIved with a bullet hole through his head liff.: The child' skirts were cn.uf.hjt9y .:;,:,)A '

.'. ',';:t;,; ,.;-k\, ; 72,000,000 were destroyed by fire today parade by the Knights of Revelry and this county last September since : from most of the lodges statIng and John Wilson i la In a dying condl- a violent gust of wind and she w AH i
\ { '" ',,;...iir',, '" "\ the loss being over 1000000. the comic Cowboys and at night the whIch time he las been running a sawmill that representation would be hereon tlon. Both men were shot by Joe carried along despite all her efforts to {

K'h:1; v 'j'' t U.q:''''' The shops were occupied by the old societies, the Order of Myths and in the lower end of the county. the-date named. It Is proposed to Weaver a young man 21 years old. iscape. '+ ,

,;;j' 'i yry,/"I Springfield Foundry company Prog.7 Infant Mystics will give brilliant pa. form a state organization for social Both Weaver and Stepp .had been Mrs. Flchenon saw her daughter'speril

t 'J +," '',\l";; ,.7 ress Stove and Furniture company.. In- rades and balls The city is filled with Prince Will Sail Saturday. and benevolent purposes. drinking heavily, but Wilson had not and ran after her. Mabel was a
'.f 1i.\: 1 dlanapolls Frog and Switch company,, itrangers. Berlin Feb. .-Prince Henry of Weaver and Stepp got Into a dispute blown over the edge of the preclplcalist ): ; ,"

l'j "w 71' Kyle Art Glass company Krell French 'russla'will sail for the United Stateson New Georgia Postmaster over a trivial matter and when Stepp as her mother grasped at her '

.Ii..t Piano? company, Miller Gas Engine Survey for Railroad. Saturday as arranged. Even should Osorgla' Oldest Odd Fellow Die*. reached for his pistol Weaver fired at iklrta. Mrs. Flchenon could not recov- ,

,,! .{i- ':: company Champion Chemical compa Letohatchle. Ala.. Feb. 10.Engl.neers President Roosevelt's son's Illness remit Savannah Feb. 8.Charles Gross, him, the ball entering his head to the er her balance and both fell to the la ,

'. ... ny and Owens Machine Tool company. are busily engaged on the stir fatally before that'tlma It la probable the oldest Odd Fellow In Georgia and loft of his nose. Seeing Stepp was rocks below. and ; ,';
y for help
-', The building was bought by Senator I vey of a railroad from Morganvllle a the prince will enter upon his probably in the United States, died shot Wilson jumped between them and The Collins girl ran
to the foot ot the cliff.
hurried ; ;
.% Fairbanks, of Indiana, ten years ago. .1'. itatlon on the Louisville and Naahirllle Journey, unless it should appear to be yesterday, age a4 year, at his homeon told Weaver not to shoot again whereupon men' mother's neck broken u.ni r '
v Water pressure was Insufficient and. 'about 15 miles from Montgom President Roosevelt's desire that his Harris street. The deceased wasa Weaver shot him, the ball pene- The' Instantaneous.was Mabr-l's"'' ?

( .,. the Bremen were handicapped from I cry, to Haynevllle, the county site ef( visit be deferred or omitted altogether native of Baden-Baden. Germany, rating the abdomen. irma death were was broken and she was otherwise ,
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i": the start Lowndes county. It 1 Is understood that and landed at New York 89 years ago. live. "
.. badly hurt, but she may
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4 Nr' .l'LARGE STILL IS CAPTURED.tIP' two of the wealthiest men In the Washington Feb. 10.-M. M. Allen and, took part In the Florida Indian Fayettevllle Ga., Feb. 10.-The de- Governor Odell'e Mother Dead.

Bounty, will build the road and work has been appointed postmaster at war and afterwards located In'Savan. rat of the Southern railway here, together Newburgh W. Y., Feb. 10.-Mrs.Ddell .
One of Biggest' Ever Found In South will begin as soon as the engineers 2ourtenay, Brevard county Fla., to aah.. : with Its'contents of freight and mother, of Governor Odell died

+ Carolina. complete their report. This road will succeed B. M. Porcher, resigned. Star 30: bale of cotton that were on the Death was' the result of f '
Greenville S. C., Feb. 11.-Revenue do a paying business as It will get all service haa been established In FlorIda Two Georgia Towns Burglarized. platform, were totally destroyed by today.. At her bedside when she pneuuonla. died h
J Collector Atken, assisted by several). of the Haynevllle and South Lowndea from Jonesboro, 'Lafayette county, Carrollton, Ga., Feb. .-Whites- Ire yesterday afternoon. All recordsIn ( S'i i
her husband her three BOGS, ,
deputy marshals near Sunny Side : trade which represents the most pro to Stelnhatche. James A. Brown hat burg and Banning, towns in the south- the depot office were saved. Several were Jr. Postmaster Ill- '
B. Odell ,
Governor
'r PIckens county, has destroyed a larger ; luctlve part of the "black belt." been> appointed postmaster at Capps astern part of thla county were burglarized negroes were smoking on the plat. B. Odell and Professor George C.T. 15
illicit distillery outfit consisting of a fla. : Saturday night. The postofflce form and from this source the fire Is ram
200-gallon copper still, 13 fermenters' Bound Over. at Banning waa broken into the loss believed to have originated. Three of Odell, of Columbia university and "
her. two daughters Miss Ophelia and
: and 2,000 gallons of beer. Gadsden Ala.. Feb. .-The preliminary Senator Quay In Florida.St. at present being unknown. The store the negroes are now under arrest. Odell. Mrs. Odell was born at x
31
; h(' The still woe In operation when'! dIscovered trial of Walker and EverItt LucIe, Fla., Feb. 11.-Senator M. of J. H. Llpscomb at Whltesburg was .tookstaver ara and was married to Mr. ,

and the operators. Stanley' White, charged with murder of John S. Quay of Pennsylvania, has arrivedat entered and $200 In cash, beside I New 'Hotel To B. Built. Odell In April 1850. ,

and Conley, were arrested. Gordon, a negro near Attalla Tuesday his winter cottage here in a private mall check, was taken. Eatontou, Ga.. Feb. 10.-The late Dr. I ) t'
' Officers say It was one of the largest light, which was one of the most atroloua car direct from Washington. He li 1. T. DeJarnette had made every prep. : Detroit Savings Bank Suspend.

w outfits ever destroyed In this sectionof (< murders In the history of north much Improved from the recent attack Aoworth Bank Resumes Business. aratlon before he died to have the ho- Detroit Feb. 10.-The City Saving '

the state. Alabama, was held Saturday before of Illness at the capital. lila stay Acworth. Ga., Feb. .-The S. Lem- tel at Oconee spring that was recently I bank did not open for business this :; !

Probate Judge Lovejoy. After th4 In' here will depend upon the condition on bank opened yesterday morning: at burned rebuilt. The legatees of his I nornlng. At 8 o'clock the following iu> : '

Mother and Child Asphyxiated. troductlon: of several witnesses for of. his health. the usual hour for business. The total state, after considering the matter, ice was posted on the door: "This i' '
Philadelphia Feb. 11.-Mrs. Louisa both- state and defense Judge Lovejoy'declded loss Is $.,300. There will be no have decided to carry out his plans In bank Is In the hands of George L. y

Vennalta aged 25 years and her 2- to bind over, the defendant Two Bald Eagle Killed. cessation of business and depositors his particular, and will let out the contract Malts banking commissioner." Thi '

:year-old child, were found dead' In bed Walker White in the sum of 5,000 to New Smyrna, Fla., Feb. .-Two rill in no way be affected by the recent as soon as practicable.For capital stock: of the bank Is $150,0')0.' ,,
at their home. 739 South Clarion appear before the next city court grand fine specimens of bald eagle have been burglary. Negotiations have at According to the statement of the '

street late/ last night having been jury| Everitt White as an accessory lathe killed[ near town by Rev. A. N. Elrod ready begun: for an improved and up- Macon Public Building. ank's condition printed Dec. 17 tha X
by Illuminating gas In ; sum of $2,000 which was given. proof safe. Feb. 11.-RepresentaIve -
$ asphyxiated and Robert White. They measured 1 date burglar Washington, bank had total deposits. of $3,002- ,\
' the same room her other two children feet and B feet :2 I Inches respectively, Bartlett has Introduced a bill to 115.30. + 4' l
xr,, were found almost dead but they were Big Damage Asked. from tip to tip of the wings. Both Kick KIM. erect a new public building at Macon r
P resuscitated after admission to a hospital. Montgomery Ala., Feb. 10.-Martin birds were mounted by a taxerdermlst Savannah. Feb. '.Philip O. Melt at a cost ot 500000. A similar meas. Tolstoi's Condition Alarming. $ ;

4 H. Sullivan, the wealthy lumberman ol I leI', Jr.. died at Tybee Island from the .1 ure was Introduced In the senate by London Feb. 10.-Vladimir Tschorttoft r3 ,
,
t Pensacola. Fla., baa brought suit to 2,000,000 Boxes of Oranges effects of a kick on the head by a Senator Bacon. The proposed bulking Count Tolstoi's agent In England:

Suicide Leave $10,000 to Father. recover damages from the Loulsvlll i Jacksonville, Fla.,, Feb. 11.-It Is orsa. The boy was teasing the ant- will be used for the postoCflce and has received alarming advlcea re ard. ;' '4' s sing

r;; : Danville IlL, Feb. 11.-F. !M. Zeel- and Nashville for an alleged violation predicted by those in position to know mal when be received the kick, which United States courthouse. the condition of the Russian re- J

I ers; a patient In the hospital at the of an agreement on lumber rates from that the orange crop of Hlllsborough crushed his skull and resulted In former' who la In the Crimea. After ,
Postmaster.
National Military borne here, has received the lower portion ot the state. Sullivan Manatee, Polk, DeSoto and Lee counties death later. improving In health Count Tolstoi suffered
a letter from the American confi' 1 la a partner of General Russell A this fall will be over two million Washington Feb. 11.-Postmasters a relapse-which has caused se- rj !o, '

sul at, Tien Tsln, China stating that Vigor, former secretary of war in the ioxe*. .Atlanta's Population 135,739. appoInted: Goodwill. Franklin county, loua anxiety. He la suffering/ from 'j, '4 '
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his daughter Margaret Zeelers, had umber business. The 8ulllvan-Alget .A.i.lanta. Feb. 10.-According: to the D. H. Pulllam, vice T. L. Adam; Hart, heart failure and Inflammation of the 'r;; :I Ilungs. >

t committed suicide there Dec. 23 and Lumber company has vast interests in Searching for Gold. city directory published by Thomas J. Elbert county, B. S. Rucker, vice L. i '

r, that ha held $10,000 In gold which she the southern part of Alabama and hi Murphy N. C., Feb. 11.-Cincinnati Maloney( the advance sheets of which H. Hunt. resigned; Ralner, ,Dooley '
of "Florida.! Th Death.
-.i'. ;;, had left for he- father. the northern portion parties are developing some fire clay have Just been Issued from the press, countY: Isaiah William, vice H. A. Miners Crushed to '
suit Involves 100000. vlcln- Butte Mont., Feb. 10.-In a cave-In ,
near here and looking: tot Atlanta, Including Its Immediate SmIth, removed. ,
'j. Fine Residence Burned. property Other partlea are also aaarchng Sty baa a population of 135,733. In the diamond mine one of the Amal- ....;;1 ,'J.lamated '
: > Fort Wayne: Ind., Feb. 11.-Brook- Will Double Mill Capacity. lIold.; Saula Boys Are Released. properties, Jerry J. Conroy gItyll ;h
"I" for gold. .. I ,,ly
If." side, the handsome country home of Birmingham Ala., Feb. 11.-At a Big Land D.... Thomasvllla Ga., Feb. 12.-After a and Richard "William were crushed to ,. S

;:; It" f) John H. Bass, president of the Ba"aji. meeting of the directors of the EllaWhite : Playwright III. Waycrosa Ga., Feb. 8.-0. Vamp I thorough examination lasting all day J death. An Immense mast .of roclOj) 1" '
.. cotton mill at Unlont.own.1twaa Clyde Fitch 76 tone fell upon the't1, n 3' },
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and elae- and John Sauls charged with weighing over ;
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'.;'t/.J.L, car wheel foundries here for New York, Feb. 12.-CI'd. Fitch, Lowther, of this city haa executed and .. lander "
';;': Ilq_ where was totally destroyed by fire decided to purchase machinery la ill in Atlantic City forwarded to the Sanford Lumber corn'pang the killing of Stephen Futch, their men, burying them completely. When/ W't:; l '
: of the the playwright,
,, building the doubling of the capacity here Jan 28, were re- recovered the bodies of both ware e'I:fi I ,
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''rlf"? today at an early hour. Loss on I will be Instituted with acute Intestinal trouble. His coalition In Florida, a deed to 15,000 acre uncle, near on
content) fliu> mill. The I Ir oveiuents 'i at the commitment trial. badly mangled. :r;
and on Holmes eased
; / is 1110,000 at'on I II not thought to be serious], or land In county fff

'l'. peas. Insurance 1110.000.\ '
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richer the cake the glower should X '"0 FreOaclmi} TnnsorlalAtlM:: .

LESSON VII, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL bo the oven. i ifanta.o i Miami Club Bar. *.,. '*V

SERIES, FEB. 10. Lima bean are delicious fried a I'ALonstN- I-A.I.M USt1' BOTEl, ;. J.

-- golden brown after being boiled until 0 J o ___ 0 Ho<<;l'<1iinet_ am' ('ettsgor4wl' enA7P'Ilst-. "

Teat of the Lesson, Aeta 'Y, 35-43. tender. Boil x Class;Your!tkirvkw:! ,potronagr'J5. and iteesonnr' < \ml "II.1'flJllI _
Memory Vre... _oia.a Teat, You cau Improve the flavor of brus I House ? We ship, a gallon of Good Whiskey, PitL1t 1I11:4Cn: Tto'ripr.: l' M lttM:): 4

Mutt. T, Commentarr P...pfc....* sold sprouts by boiling a bunch of pnra "
300.
ex. charges prepaid for Other'
by ..... D. )t. .t....... lay In the same water. ,0 --

[Copyright, not, by American PraM Aiudaaan. To pierce prevent with eggs a pin cracking the broad while end boilIng before -- I THOS. J, CRIER I I ,0 whiskies, $2.6O, to $7.00 per gallon. I D. M. GEAURID' 'AU, '

prison 25. "Behold are standing the men In whom the temple I :jre put and la putting them Into the water. o .'''' 5s f An 8-year-old brand, bottled.. in o PALIS SHAVIH&( .PffllQB 'tilSUOI

teaching the people.." This wan the meinge When making jam tarts, brush the Contractor r.& l i ''i80"D: : > wmri. b.r the

,. which was brought to the high pastry that will be under the Jam with o ,, jg quantity >' trM Tm UOTBX. ;pA1.M8.avast t ; .

priest council aud senate of: the children getting white of sodden eeff./: It will prevent It from | and Builder f guaranteed by the U. S. g ov'ta :per .j .iLI.I'; ..""'h,'".'l.:, ,.. ,
of Israel at they waited to receive the + .+.w.w..r+
prisoners whom they had arrested the In frying doughnuts a large slice of o. '. ;g 'i case of 12 bottles, $15.OO. gx ?

evening before. Multitude of men and raw potato should be put In the fat, Is prepared to nil your order o j W' H '
women wen believing, and multitudes of and it will prevent the black specks Imported and Domestic Wines and .f ARTSpN,,. .
aud demon people act onlyIn from appearing on their surfuce. % promptly and In workmanlike IcU possessed ;
x Brandies at close figures. TAILORING I, : :+i.:;
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Jerusalem, but alao from the cities To retain the Juice In n fruit pie ti manner. Estimates furnished 5 I' vf'"

roundabout, were healed. The work was while cooking make a small hole la the o ft A i7-year-old Whiskey, bottled in bond, 1 111 :AH' Its. Branches; v'
going so grandly that the high priest and center of the crust find stlck'Into It a > on construction work of every o o "" ,
Sadducrea limply could not stand It ando straw or a, paper tunnel. Tho steam $2.00 per' bottle; not less' than 4 bottles sold. o --

put the apostles In prison. Ood. whose will escape through It, and the julco description. jj Terms cash with order. PRESSING ClEANING
0 ;'
they were and whom they served sent will be retained lu the pie. o Y '
an angel by night and released them from In preparing a salad wash whatever g DYEING AM REPAiRING

prison and sent them to the temple to green Is used very carefully, and see to i West Palm BeachJIorida, I MIAMI CLUB BAR, i .. ", .
continue their ministry; and there theyare It that it Is dried perfectly. A few wet "
found teaching. Instead of In the prison .- moisture a? 0 Miami, Florida. 'j Shop on Olive, St., 'Weal" Palm Beach;
let
enough
lettuce leaves will ;'is-tf! Af "r""
They under belonged the power to God.of: the authorities. gather In the bottom of the salad bowl iio7soNoKo3sokoYl o7tolsolto o o5soI Opposite 1'ostofTlco 'phone 92 X -..,.-
and ruin the best dressing ever tUI1<<.1!!.
2628. "Behold ye have filled Jerusalemwith
;your doctrine and Intend to bring A Japanese custard Id made with oNoitoieolto9to7eoltoito7to7toNoteoltoltoltolsokoisokoleo7 alsoStolioteolto iOdSEED.IcS
this man's blood upon us." The blab baked apples. Press through a sieveuntil
priest reminds them that they had been a teacupful of the frothy pulp 1 Is I '
forbidden to teach In the name of Jesus got Stir in one teacupful of powdered!

and then adds thla word, unintentionally and the stiff whites of two eggs, .

evidently giving; good forgetting testimony that; to the their people seal, had but sugar bent for twenty. minutes arid cat with i Build Houses Pianos, Organs, Sewing MachinesI YOUNG : : r

cried, "tils blood be on us and on our whipped cream.A Move Houses
children" (Matt. ;xxvll: 25)). sell direct from the Factory
20-32. "We ought to obey God ratter Putlent'a Room. Repair Houses. The Celebrated Schubert Piano with Mauclolia Attachment., FOR ',sALE
The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos, ,
than men Thus replied Peter aud People who are not disturbed by disorder :
again accused them to their faces of being well often disturbed by Shop work, The ICIngsbuiy Pianos, the Wellington Pianos, '
the murderers of Jesus,, whom God when are The Chicago Cottage Organ, in tweuty.o ne styles. Now ts the t g'e1'
the least confusion In the arrangement Repairing : your young?
raised from the dead and exalted with or At the Very Lowest Prices and oa Liberal Terms. ,
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Ills right band to be a Prince and a Sa of a room when Ill. Everything In tho Catalogues aud Prices Furnished on Application. Orange Stock,lor, Spring' Budding;
viour to give repentance and forgivenessof room be carefully adjusted to Dock Building.:.
mould Old Instruments Taken In Tba Celebrated
Exchange Machine
Singer Sewing
sick person's
bias; even to such as they were. Thatit the for a '
Is not possible to please God and to fapcy Is most capricious. Nothing Call on or addressM. Npodloa and Attachments fur. all kinds of Sewln'ir Machined. Mn l Order will receive 1 year,old, $4, per 10 .ri
please the world lying In the wicked one should be allowed to lie around care. prompt Atluutlon.COtt. "i et +
Is seen In GaL I, 10; Lake xvt. 13: ; Jas. lessly. The table should not bo littered J. YARBOROUCH"Went AVE. I>. AND>> 1tt:% ST. 42 $ ,
Iv 4. These apostles were In conscious shouldbe MIAMI. F'k.ORtDA J W ERICK'SON
with books and Flowers .
papers. 1 8tfI
partnership with the Holy Spirit who kept no longer than while abso- ", Palm liencli. )<')". RIVER VIEW PLANTATION w
was In them and lie the Spirit was the ,
speaker through their lips, even as Jesus lutely fresh. Medicine mid water glass Fla PM INOUN
Roseland. '
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had said "It Is not ye that speak, but- es should be carefully washed and kept ;, ;

the Spirit of your Father which apeakelh from the Bight of the patient. The A C. Dittmar 0okokbkokokokokokokokokokoePalto+toisokolto7eo7to3tolloltol.q Af -.. ,. tk+
In ;you" (Matt x, 20)). sight of medicine Is not only trying- 0 '4 d.T'IE' .
33. "When they; beard that they: were an Invalid, but often nauseating. No DKAI.KR IN

cut them.to"the Not heart only and was took the counsel blood of to Jesus slay food should ever be prepared In the -Itousrli 1\.11(1-- I G. G. Strohm Company f LOUISVILLE ,&: ; ::1 ,.\
sickroom. If only a small bowl of !
upon them but they were ready to bring Dressed Uurnbef1 0 .
broth It should, be served as Invitingly NASHVILLE! ,
upon themselves the blood of the apostles ,
also. Before they killed Jesus they desired as possible. Nor should a bowl of Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds 1 P "t:'} '
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to kill Lazarus, whom Jesus raised broth or gruel or a cup of tea be carried FAMILY GROCERIES t, Runs turough trains' to Fe ( ..f
from the dead John( xil, 10). The truthof to the sick person In your Imad. Mouldings Brick, Lime. Mobile and New Orleans 'i /I II ,!,
God when not meekly received makes Place It on a tray covered with a clean and Builders' Hardware. o *0 \
manifest that "the carnal mind is enmity napkin. Bring but a little quantity at mtngbam, Nashville,and' Stt;'
against God" (Rom. vIII, 7). FORT PIERCE. FLORIDA | : Fancy Food Products f '
a time for a large quantity Is apt to To Louisville. Cincinnati I Iw
8-1. 25. "Ye men of Israel!, take heed tynurwlvps l'r
what ye Intend to do as touch. take away the patient's appetite. If LIGHTWOOD POSTS tf o X oo Evansville; and to Chicago(; ut' '
Jin II..'.... mt-n." The apostles, being sent possible always serve too little, reserving "
nut of the council for a little while, Uama- a supply until asked for more. First Clues Lightwood Posts for Grain. and Provisions. 5" leaving train. 1 +

lift a learned and honorable member at -Woman's Life. Pineapple Covering and other purposes 0 j, J For. sleeping car rese '
Whose fuel Saul of Tarsus .tad been educated Address rates etc. call atldr ,
f on or
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| JEFFERSON BLOCK ',
chapter xxil. 8), thus begins to nddr ... .Jt.
Waehl"aDI.h.
<*NN his brethren.. He seems to have While a love for dishwashing is //. B. HOWARD O B. H. HOPKINS, l-,:: .
bad' something of the spirit of Joseph and '
Nlcmlvmua: who also were ,at one time hardly to be expected, still a positive Sebastian, :fla. 2 West Palm Beach, Florida. | FLORtAPAS8ENOEI: ('A. ivr.."
mviulirrs of the council (Mark xv, 43;'< distaste for It may be mitigated It not o a -1-1901 o NO. see west, H.jr .*.?, ........R. ....&\ !
John vII. DO). We do not know that hewer prevented by doing It lu the right way. .. isoiso7so7so31loitoioko7to7so9toko5ro7so5torlptSO9soNokto7 oiro7solaotso -.,',&ftJI;! qaJ> sIcY'cLEs'In -\, ,,''If.
received Jesus as the Christ, but First collect all the silver wiping ,off "" .
..,nee the wisdom and spirit of this ad. any grease with a soft rag and standIt Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS "'"

,ilifMH' and on the supposition that Saul in a bowl of hot water. Next gatherthe
tvnnld seek the welfare of his teacher we
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glassware and cups and saucers '
hope that he did. t-1
may and stack them according to their UIiul' >tMulgoba Mangoes.
3d.. ST. "Before these days; rose upT9endas. .
boasting himself to be somebody on a large tray. Scrape the plates! nsclean

.. He quotes two cases. of deceivers as possible with bits of bread. Largest Collection of Crotons In the United States, Palms, Phyllanthu8 Wheel8jkept;; fint-clasg. 'con.ditlon. .' .
i M fur a Mime bad quite a following, but Stack them and then empty and scrape I + When you wan( to rent. 5
li sass the leaders perished, and the platters and vegetable dishes. Pro 1 etc. All pot grown. Full Line Of Citrus StOCk a good.eosy-rldiDR WbeItJ. go to .
". I u followers! were dispersed. Thei.ik vide two large puns, one for washing\ t grown oa High Spruce Pine Land. Address
of a deceiver Is that "be boasts the other for rinsing and have plenty
'f b.. l I..> Homebody" while, true fol- of hot water ready. Put the silver! In JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. F a. E. PORTER ,
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l.nril l seeks to glorify God tho rinsing pan and pouring in hot .

iirbriHt shall do according water, wash It with the hands, wiping '-' And Get.
., -- .
II and shall exalt himself .. ..
... i.,aituit himself Dan. xl, 861.} but dry with a soft cloth. Next wash the -Wi.r Y '
the Lord Jesus Christ sought neither Ills cups .and saucers, the plates and the The Mutual
own will nor His own glory; (John vl, larger dishes In the'order named, using! OF A Rambler,
aH; viiiiSO). and Paul the great apostle, hot water plentifully throughout. Fi Doors Sash
determined 'to know nothing but "Jesus nally'make a good suds of the rinsing ,
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\ "in.l I Him cruriaed." his mottoes water and In it wash the glassware Blinds, MouldingsAND .. Wheels For Stile '
>a.. ..a 'I I. lout Christ," "Not I, but wiping dry with a towel that will not Life Insurance Company
". ..r. .. of God" (I Cor. II, 2; xv, 10; -
liui. Ik. I'O). lint. Then put them all away in their Material And General Repair Work done by' an .
proper places and clean up the kitchen.. Building Expert Repairer -
3S. "If this counsel or this work be of
men. It will come: to naught." He may I CHARLESTON S, C. of New York.RICHARD Olive Street West Palm\ Be'achSPROOL'S
have remembered these words, "The Lord Children Questions.To .' .
Largest South.
Factory
brlnifetb the counsel of the heathen to those who and It difficult to give
I naught; He maketh the devices of the information on some of the subjects Send for Prices. ,

people of none effect" (Pa. ::slit. 10; that children ask questions about it Is : A. '
alas Isa. vIII. 9 McCURDYPresident. EXPRESS
see 10 for very strong a comfort to realize that very often the ;
words In this connection). It Is a great
comfort to the true believer to know that better plan is to let a child keep an interesting -

they that war against him shall be as question-In mind Instead of WOOD WOOD!r Furniture moved Baggage
nothing and as a thing of naught and satisfying curiosity with some commonplace transferred and general

that no weapon formed against him can reply. Such a reply, by killing .,. ._ draying done at reasonable t
prosper (Jsa. xil 12; llv, 17)). the desire for knowledge on a par. f Did more), business in' 1900 than dltrlng.an'y previous year It rates.

30. "If It be of God. ye cannot overthrow tlcular theme, takes away Just so much Stove Wood easily maintains 'Its position as "the largest$ strongest, most progress
It. lest haply ye be found even to of the child's zest Teach tho questioner ive life Insurance. company in the world.' Two-Seated CarriageOr _

"every fight ;against purpose God.of "the It Lord is shall written be that performed how to observe and to rely upon Delivered to Any Part of Town; Single Buggy o 0$

his. own observation for answers to "
w sworn,saying and "The Surely;Lord as I of have Hosts thought bath most questions. That course will de- Leave at Word ,Cle- Income in 1900 #00,682,602.31. For hire by hour or day.

so shall It come to pass, and as I ..havepitrpoxed. velop mental alertness and make, everyday malls Avenue, near tile railroad, on track, Assets December 31, 1900 :Ji25,753,11)2./H.; / Leave order. at Manilla house

so shall It stand" and. again life more entertaining. BJdress: ;. Insurance'and; Annuities! 114149788802. IItt
"The counsel of the Lord standetb forever .
the thoughts of Ills heart to sllgenerations" '
A, Bedroom Hint. J. T.Auxilliary SNELL
(Jer. U. 20; Isa. xlv, :24 "
1'.. xxxiii. 11). ; If you are short on closets or the The history of this company has'been 1i an unbroken, record of pro AGENCY I'ffi ,
40. "They; commanded that they; shouldnot l test bedroom hasn't a place for the Pnopni(.Ton. 9.\I-It\ gress. Its excess of returns to pollcy-liolderi has been almost SIX a k

speak In the name of Jesus." With visitor to hang her t'ojher gown, set TIMES AS MUOn'AS THAT Of TXJi IfJSXT LARGEST

the repetition of this ungodly and rebellious tho bed with the head across the corner COJfPAJfY, and nearly ten ,times as much as tint of the third in CONTINENTAL 4
command they are beaten and let and stud the back of the head- rank.
go. How the devil bates that name at board with hooks. With the iron bedstead Yacht"ARTHUR
which. every knee shall yet bow and concerning you cannot do that but can <
which every tongue shall yet confess have two or three shelves fitted you Intoa ,Total of Assets and Policy Payments $866, 32,963. PLANT COMPANY4r

that Jeeoa Christ is Lord toi+ the corner with books on a cleat below B,, Total Premiums received $779,134,420.
glory; of God the Father! (Phil. II. 10:11.) "
-Jesus had told His disciples that they thelowest and a cretonne curtain OfKlctrell, N. O,
would be delivered up to councils and be hung from the top. Put a picture a Makes dally trips between ,
scourged and brought before governorsand bust or a big vase of grasses etc, on Excess of assets, and payments to policy holders ( -
kings fur His sake (Matt x, 17..18). top of the upper shelf, and the effect '" over total premiums received since formation of $o8/U9lJb43/ 3e
{' 41. "Uejoiclng that they were counted Isn't BO bad. West Palm Beach and Company.' ; STBA.WHKR11Y PLANTS
'
,. worthy to suffer shame for Ills name." Cabbage Tomato and Celery, Planlr.; {
Wtat a glorious reality la the Lord Jeans
To name Flat Plaster Casts. Island:
Munyon's
to those who can take such treatment not of Life clean well ,CA.RNATIUN'I"Niul
When walls are not of the right The assets the Mutual are and 'Invested. The ;
onlj without
k ; Backs scourged resentment and but bleeding even, Joyfully full of shade to bring out the cast, cut a pieceof Company refuse to take risks in countries' whereclmallo) conditions A Specialty. u

pain physically but full of joy Inwardly pasteboard In such a form that Stopping at all Points of Interest ate at all dangerous, and it'
how great Is the !grace of God I They about two Inches will project on all .;*' are in any respect below standard.. 0, I,. Taber Oleo 81 Mary FIR.
n were already tasting that which Paul sides beyond the cast Then cover the (, A stare of yonf patronage 11<1lIolle was afterward told concerning the !great edges about three or four inches deep .
things he must suffer. for Christ's sake with plush. Hang this on the wall Steamer leaves West!'! Palm Beachat The premium late. of the Mutual Life are LOVVKK and its guarantees HAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY. FILLED rAddress
chapter Ix. 16)) FRANK 't
and the cast over It. The beat colorsto 10.30 A. IIlOlIEK than those of other leading COPE
M.
42. "And dally to the temple and In Returning, any company IM-tJ p. 0.Box I.(..West P.lmBcaoh pie
use are deep black ; t ti
+ very bouse they; ceased not to teach and crimson maroon (
preach Jesus Christ" Thus they obeyed dark green or gobelin blue. Flat arrives at 4.30 P.M. ,
CECIL! Oen'l! Ag' Fla.J
WILCOX Jacksonville .
God rather than man and were ready for bronzes may be bung In the same man i
f the next beating or Imprisonment for so nor.
doing whenever God might see fit to let W. CONNER, Ag't Kan Gallic, FJn. Situations Secured ".

It come.' A. Peter and John said they ...oveh.d Linen Round-Trip Fare, . 75 Cents .
favgraduaUAorluitionrvfiuided.at 'y
could not help doing It; like Jeremiah. Never despair when linen seems I one far catalogue and iprclal often Wrhl y,
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it when tempted to speak no more In His hopelessly .
scorched
''A, name, they bad such a burning fire with from an overheated r Massey Colleges
Iron. Soak the
stain
in them that they were weary If they did In lukewarm N.B.-Finest bin fishing and trolling '
not speak; or. like Ellho. they felt that water, squeeze lemon Juice on It, sprin, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN Unlnlllt,. lIonll""' .'".Al*. ..r
they would burst If they did not speak kle a little salt over It and plans/ it In oa X\Ve Wotth. Hainton.Ten.tlckiaoHt Col..a." ,t
acts 1 Iv. 20; Jer. xx. 0; Job xxxM 18-2OJI.: ) the sunshine to bleach. Due,,lt-lt .,V*. Blrmlitf_, Ala.JictMtwHIe fl.. "

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LENTINEM PAUL C. JONES W. C. MINNICK 'tI ,


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, r a ala.fat-.N'R11 \ a-I b+y asi1 -' i :l""( f B JOE LINCOLN ,It __ .Building Contractors. i I


: By MINERVA SPENCER HAN Y Dill e.Y5I0N1: If01, tl JOB LINCOLN i ,

.1 ill Ill.tsr'tMw Only the Best of ,:Mechanics
'Tit'\\fSfutua night jnJ the tiXHt.it milk white i
COPYRIGHT Ibpa. BY JMINBRVA CPINCDM HAND &
iin't a cbuJ rln the tky. ;
,. !Y 4vgn. oQ: o "d U'b iQ L it'e ib:9i? Oada ic0i y>>fn p0 i \red my coke It in tuatJ ai rte folly full moor)-f 1 T I T! r 8 Employed on Our Contracts" 'i:

V it yellow and round m youffi.-, ,,'\\M\\\IIt\:l l li e .. -l

Ant lsr r Lt the >M* sold taf troll baclilV| r i iI yl ( X ; '
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
[liQih: ;
had .
: ) GAGA every.reason with be I. messages yotufg people so enJoy "** + LI t.
to,tothe \bnpple&t! girl ; receiving, the I4U> Of February Your Itointt *lu ttroUng now rkallnetlflftl i I 4? 18-30-tl .

,G\it. 'ts.',tiro world. Ilex homo, *ur. Virginia opened her simple offerings Oh. pay to my nicotine Do t. my! I) NIYII I tEtC : :'I

lounded with Its beautiful with, beaming eyed and (spent many arts MttUI Mc-.wt ;

grounds, 'might, l1"1'OOOQII tho merry, moments with her mother guessIng TtTilimn/at-/ --. ,

abode of: a princess! *,, tier father find where they came from. Mrs.: Dale 1 S You *n tender and nkf a meadow of ink e

r mother Idolized, : ,thole!; only child and looked at Charlotte with something c. You are iwrrtrr than ocrfnt el cream< ii.w.&aELL ; ?

b.UIIJClt( ev.fcrrytblng'tuJOu: her: that motlI. akin to pain In her eyes at sh
ey could biiy? .}ller toys Were the moateitpenslve that the irameroua and renlly beautiful When*'rr of beauty I dream i : :
UP! \personal belongings I Urn valentines, roused little real appreciation your
.bust,thttt could\( btt obtained; and out In fi iui the Kill. Your,charming colt now. and your tartly hooked tact, Contractor and Builder i <

!' tlio: stables'.were\ 'two' of the tiniest Mrs. Onro had confldoil to her friend Your fur ol magnificent hut IOh j._

".j Ujotlnnd(!! pa:i{elk imnglnnblo.: In spite ho\y Chal'l\\>tte', lack of Interest worried uy you'fr my nkntinrl Swear you re my kaV n.f I I

s of (ell thos6 treaNeres, Charlotte was ber, hull Mrs\ Dale had decided .!ti Ne.ta r Maria Merew ttf 'e WEST PALM BEACH!: FLORIDA '
.at; times""discontented' and,, took little she would endeavor to !fad out where .... f

jnterest In the\ thing most girls of her thO real trouble lay. That afternoon, Thft ugly tU cM franc O'Hoolihint tit* The erection and repairing of Buildings/ of all de (, ) ;

age delight I",,:greatly to the _distress while jvnlking In' the village of Ards- It tilling chit ty on t thro" 4 attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED I '

of her 'parents." le'y, they stopped! !In trout of the sta Ht 1 nglng lee. tor he' jealous, you *e*. ON APPLICATION. All work welt and promptly l' lo-a' ,
ono oventng .MSi Gag told bin wifa, tioner's Store to ,watt for the coach And It hating Ir w.w ialtettf. done. References given if desired.'i A
vthat"UT'KPht\' !business; culled him( to man. "Gazing Into tbe window were you Residence on Bvernia Street near Lake Front. P. O. Box 361. ? ''r
LOndonand. If Bhe wished, he would two little girl about six: ;years' old.\ \He It hurtling jpltli tpttt tail hi dire in. io tight tv 1-a-It J

take her with him The strangers were pale and poorly Bat wijljlH Ihii MJt through.off III ''ill '.... ;11!
y yMaral
"What'shun ,Wb do with Charlotte?" dressed and gave every evidence of n w.kh e. my deirar hi* w T ."I h .,',':&::1.
naked Mrs.Gage.: vftike he?'wlttj us?" want. Tbey were feasting their eyes : Marmi Meer I na. rhI.r j"
Want
'i"I htnknot"replied Mr.; Gage. "It upon the array of loveliness behind the .1 i aHouse ;"
,. a a The world to they tty. "level lever but atytUght.- 'd
t' would tie yen down: besides' her glass. .
school, Is too..Important her to leavev ; "Oh, my RlilyS see'those valentines! I far that it lh warn boi :,
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.juf, >t'i dw." ''' ". They are the ,Ueautlfnleet things I or Smith, from Iht height of the tecoad bark Built ? :

Wondering, ,.what pleasant arrange-- ever saw exclaimed one little; girl Hat Just thrown bit t/ippen *t mi. s
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meat,,she.plight make for'her daughter "''Deed they are, Hose Just look at 'hey'rt *pond rou. fir, hid 'tit link lean .
'occupied'Mrs. Gage most of the night, that splendid\ one,with the angels on My darling, for booljtck or ihoet II. T. Grant, Contractor and Builder, is prepared to give '

and on descending breakfast the fol- It nnd that one with the white pigeons Yew lore't whet / crtre. and mil danger 111Mirl.1 bnyrb'\ prompt service and satisfactory work to any one need. : 'J,
'4,11. 06 deflnlte plan had in the line l I
dlye.ieoialug and the lovely flowers. Nttttl MewtOU log anything construction! ,
i been!;reached: Opening her letters, howeyer" Then. In a lower voice, ill concealing ,. .)
her face lighted up as she read Its sadness, the one addressed as Hilly! Mr McCton kit {tut totted out nm Call on or address '

aloud to tier' husband and Charlotte one continued: "I'd give a good deal if tuybrother Of water red hot from the inf. H. T. GRANT ...
she ,had!: received/ from her old friend Willie could see that. but :be thrd rAnd .
I Rebecca Dale, la glrlhood'a day these l can't for the doctor say* It will be two whil, AM been md by disc tit on the 6.6.1902 WEST PALM"BEACH, FLORIDA :i : .1. '
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tvva'< 'tiad .becd very cloao but differ1 weeks beforor he can go out The'valentines 'ti mnethlug ,ihtt'etllt for i tcnp.t --- --- -
e'leUleh'; positions and Interests will be all gone'tlioii. Besides, /' tunwnltiy tool vet. to ticutt me. my pet 'r

,had\ s>separated thent.somewhat, llebecca. Willie 1I.f'to, bo 1 a crlppli1 :InniV I don't "5/ 1 I must tick they O'Hoolthtn now JAMES tsisi H0LLEY : I j ;
't'' Date"badmarrted 0. poor young cler- see bow be can-' ever walk'' up this hill Bat ttitt be my nkntint. tvtr my vtkntint'QBilti : \ 1 ;

gynmn/hnd 'gone. to live on a, small on crutches. Did you' ever get a vulejitlne '' F ueh Tilt that will ytrt Mc >wl .... )' .
BUILDER *
;n I salary In Mlddletown: while Sirs\ Gage'had hose?' the child uslted. '-,_ ___
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' ,become the wife of the millionaire "No. 1 bad a Christmas card 'once PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED'ON APPLICATION : ;

banker,. .John! Gage. Added to the that tile Sunday school"' teacher gave --. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. l
mo, but. It; wasn't near so pretty' as In a l8tf'pxl&3xx& ..
their lives? queried Charlotte, .
it these." HOPPERS ANDVALCNTINES ,
horrified voice. .
then confided in an almost In.' .
Ullly sol About fifty :
"Well, I should say .
i l audible voice that sbo heard her father 'youngsters. have been hero every mall ',. !

I l't read out of tbe puper'something. about asking, foe u valentine. Of course, I TO ALL INTERESTED
a \ a- saint "Now, ,
1\11" Valentine being
have to tell them 'uo,' and I am afraid By A. B. LEWIS. ,
saints are "Oocl'.pcople, Rose, and hearfour
sometimes It Is a little Impatient. \
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-Tam-: :: !
nnd them. Ever 1902 b
pj'wyers answer The coachmandriving up at this [Copyright A. B. Lewis.. ] ?
since I heard about his being a saint moment, Mrs. Dale and the girls were POMEK DAWSON and Ablgal

1 i'w / I f say bun a long prayer every night noon speeding homeward. Mrs. Dale Jones the one an old bach, Peninsular Electric Construction 1
and then ask him to send a Valentineto I Incident'of U. "
thevalentines,
thought; ; the elor and the other au old r$
Willie and. If he had It to spare, and was surprised
had been forgotten maid bad been engaged for '
one to me. You know, Santa Claus j "
Charlotte said: fatal dispute
f when, two years when a COMPANY
does that way. At our Sunday school "Mrs. Dale; the valentines 1 got last; arose one evening. The matter hIS

they told us to ask for what we wanted year are all as fresh and clean as when would not have 'come up at all had NuW open to the patronage of tbe public of West'

r' r1 and I said, 'A doll.' Sure enough they came. I should like to drive back Homer been devoting his time to telling Palm Beach and vicinity i;

on Christmas there was the doll on the to: the vllluge1 and send them to those how happy ho. would be when mar '

beautiful tree. It wns for me, and no other children who have been so disappointed rled or bad Ablgal been., blushing as 4 Electric Construction of AH J inns. ,,',':'" ." '

mlstaket;: for pinned on its'dress wan All day."" coyly as became her thirty years, but *Aniinnclatoriit Call IBallH. Burglar and Flr Alarm Syititnt! a Sp ..lalty. .,;;,.. ; l )
my name I&smeralda Mickey. I thought Mrs. Dare agreed that It would be A on this occasion both were remiss In ALL WORK U.U nANTEEl ,1': 1
St. Valentine would do the same thing.- happy surprise! for them, and, bidding their duties. The dispute arose as to .
>, .' ,"DIn7QUy.1m1oET.YALENTINHno6Af": : for' he is a kind of relation of Santa John wait, the carriage was soon again whether a grasshopper could be calleda Offices In Jefferson Block, 10-18"'tf ; .

ot hearing from her friend Claus, bat I am afraid I have! ', made a rolling toward the village. "Drive fast, contended that "
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''?; pleasure frog. Ablgal
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;; ",' S. young Beach ;
West Palm) Kl)
P. O. 394. a. j r,.
there was something more, but Mrs.! mistake. I have been to thepostomce John please I want to get these Into If ,could as both were Jumpers. Homer .
j this just three: times already, and the last time office before the last mall; John !. '
'C t *ce did not; communicate the however, declared to the contrary ,,. )
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the looked at me and hollered paid JOCc( ". : .
: '' : : ,now to ber listeners alJ} she read: man cross whipped up the horses, Charlotte as the grasshopper did not Inhabit ;;ov J
'; \)) ;. ',," MtnDt. 'roWN. Jan. 15. 1900. that I must not bother him anymore a hasty vlslMo' the ltll tloner'l for more ponds and sing to the night What .
l''t i ", F ,1'', -ilrDOar! France*-How long a Um e' has, with silly questions." I fancy enveloped!! and then to the post. began as a mild dispute qndcd In Abl .
,r-,. passed slow 1 have heard from youalmoat'a Tears gathered In the already sad office to take the postmaster Into her and ;; '
exclaiming -
her head angrily
'.. year-yet coreely a day eoan by gal tossing ANNOUNCEMENT.! :
fv \ '' ..... without my mind reverting to come In- eyes and began to drop down' on the confidence. That gentleman; always :
V' I It la hard to blue little hands. treated Charlotte with great polite ;r'iWj'1 I'
... .,, "' .cia nt at our girlhood "If a grasshopper Is not a young : \
:, ; ..*..11.. that lay Virginia la fourteen and After tbe little waifs had left the flees He listened to her plan while .
for It, and :
'";' your Charlotte: twelve years I1ro; but biff window Charlotte turned n flushed something like. a tear glistened behind frog, he la not to blame take anyone We wialr the public to know that we are now' : .f !i.,
-
're will not He." Mr. Dale 1 and pained face toward 1.IrsDille\ and Ills big rimmed spectacles, and said who says to the contrary can supplied with a full line of > :
.", dawn with work In his parish and his I his hat and go home!I" : "
congregation has generously contributed said( : "Yes indeed, miss I will be glad to Is 'no "
"And I that a grasshopper
funds ufflclent to taka him abroad along I 'It seem* all Wrong that child never help ygu. Whenever any .of these soy than I nrnrepHedHomer p *} \
of his, and Virginia more a young frog Plumbing '
desire Supplies
cherished had a valentine life while I've children inquire If there .Is anything ;,
''and I rejoice In his good fortune. We 'nltVel' "an'd. by ben I'll get under ,,j. ; f.
cant 'and take up some of the tad bushels ,or them. I before for them I'JI ,: 'What name? When kR
and
hat skip
'S. nay loved go ties of my girlhood, and If to I knew that nil children did not have they tell me I'll go behind the window my With that be left Abtgal'a house and We do Tin and Sheet-Iron Work :: : :? t 33
hall enjoy nothing more than seeing you. binge like I bad. Mrs. Dale, I want and write that name on one of your t"

Affectionately. your friend ResgccA, Own to buy\ those .little girls some valeaiaee valentines and hand It out. Won't they pride although stepped both In were to sorry keep them enough apart andanxloue .. and Electric wiring. ',,!. ,.;:." '
May: 1'1 You knoW' I have my i be pleased t They'll think for sure that ',1;. I "
listened !Intently After eight ''
> Mr.;Gage but were and Charlotte unprepared for Mrs. ,own allowance, and" mamma lets me Valentino Is a "mint or some" kind of a months had to passed make and up! St Valentine'sday Agents for Defiance Windmills and Towers; :"- W l .i.iCall

peed It ash like. heavenly body, ..._
I wished that all frogs
thing -
enthusiastic "The- very arrived both --------
GaL e'a 'Mrs. Dale smiled approvingly and While tl)e postmaster was talking In
Nothing'> / could be better I I shall write Boon they tvere In the store purchasinghe came Esmeralda' Mickey and her and grasshoppers bud been astonish chucked on or write us for estimates. Beet of references given. 8.2.11 :<4 j::t j fJ a ,
Invite her here To her great
and Into the sea.
Immediately
her valentine Rllla bad admired. faithful little friend. Past experience .
while! we are away. end keep hey for n wltb very the Cupids and flowers and two caused her timid voice to sink Into a ment. Ablgal Jones received a valen. CONKLIN &. SCRUGGS $ i\
Virginia cnn study tine. To his great; astonIshment, Homer ,
'. Visit\ afterward.' deere besides with fancy envelopes to plaint as she Inquired for the fourth ,
music'l wltb Cha 'lotte's teacher, and 1 nclose, them Mrs. Dale Inquired) If time that day If there was 'anythingfor Dawson also libelous received caricatures one. ,Both'nlsslvee and Clematis .Avenue, ,- a West Palm Beach, Fla. ./ 'i I ," '
be
could pleusanter -
were
am, sure. nothing the stationer knew anything about the 'berl '.,
than for her to bave a companion near postmaster's "Here's one each recipient Jumped to the conclu-, \0.:' "
children, and he replied: The cheery< t
her own) age," \ Master Willie Mickey Lion that the other had sought a mean C. C. CUTTRELL '
Its "Tbe fuller girl Is Jim Mickey's .Be. for you one for old bach to Q. :A. GALE ,
That; night a letter was speeding has a boy, too, who was run over by"B"ClIII'S and one for Rose McNally too. That'syour revenge. Homer was no '.
to-Mlddletown and a few days ?" nose's surprise tend an Insult In tour colors, and Abl
way name, Isu't It, Pose
later caused' much pleasant excitement was even greater than RUIy's, gal: was DI). old maid to be pictured as MANGONIA BOAT WORKS

In tbe plain little par nalr
r" Mr. and Mrs. Dale,. ,* hope for many days, and ,the children to call!! on the other and demand an C C. CUTTRKLl: llI.nngPI' s

"Go. by nil means," urged Mr. Dale, a eJ left the.omce hugging tbeit.precious apology an4 as they met half ,way It
and Virginia's\ lark eyes grew darker valentines close, with faces transformed was Ablgal who shouted at the top''of Shipwright, Caulker and Spar Maker. ;.

and ber red cheeks redder as she said with Joy.Charlotte's, her voice: '
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'Say yes mother mine. I shall feel plan worked beautifully. "Homer'Dawson, you are a contemptible MARINE RAILWAYS ..1.,

like a girl In a book visiting In that ) Before nightfall every eager Inquirerfor frog eater." ,

splendid bouse, and to ride and drive a letter bad received a valentine, "And you are a human K'asllbopperl"he '
all 1 want. Oh It seems too good to and the very uncertainty as to where It shouted. and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake, -

be truer' bad come from made It all the more It was give and take for a few minutes "
Mrs. Dale's hesitation. was unable to appreciated and cherished. and then Homer Dawson sudden 'at MANGONIA.r 1 F

stand our against such pleadings and Charlotte from this time wits a changed ly said: Estimates Furnished on New or Old Work. ,

that very afternoon Virginia dropped girl. Mrs. Dale noticed It and one f-Say. Abbey, the writing on thla Vessels hauled out and taken are of for the Summer.
letter of acceptance Into tbe postof- bunt the Mickey envelope don't look like\! your'n after
a day suggested they up '' '
2AAll Work Done With Neatness and r
flee on her way to school. Preparations family and see If they Could do ,an,. all." / Dispatch.. '+ 'Y
went merrily on. and a few week*) thing' to help theur. Then for the Ont "And I can't say that It Is your'n on' SEA SKlfFS A SPECIALTY. II-I-02 '

later Virginia ant! borlottowere lounging time Charlotte became awake to the this.
In Charlotte's beautiful room be- needs of poor people. Her sympatbj;t: "Then. Abbey let's make np." -

}: ford a blazing log Ore discussing the hawed Itself In gift of toys, clothes '"On one condition only she\ replied. BOND & BOND COMPANYINCOKPOllAIED.

subject of valentines. Virginia was voa TOTT." and food until she was regarded In the "And that la'" .
on
enthusiastically wondering If the morr- his tenement which .theMickeya called "That; you admit a grasshopper Is a ( .) :t ''

row would bring any to them and could the trolley the other day and lost home as a fairy princess. When Wll- young frog
not understand Charlotte's Indifference 11'1r.[ The Other girl I do not know butthe" lie bad recovered from ,hla accident "Ablgal my 'own Ablgal I'll do It!" MANUFACTURERS OF is

to the- matter. The latter roused! herJntel't'at postmaster can tell("you. He knows enough- go. out, he was,' taken! to exclaimed.! Homer Dawsoa. "I'll admit '
tell Virginia that everybody In the town. the carriage and later behind that a young grasshopper Is not only ?
sxfflclentty-; drive In .
.over'In her.portfolio were tbe ones she Entering tbe postolBce while Charlotte Mrs. the ponies. n.a. frog but that If his bind legs were a I LUMBER LATH L = AND SHINGLES J.I u's
addressed tho missives would make a mighty '
It got\ last year and she might look at l Dale name wart Mc When Mrs Gage returned, she clasp little lonjT'r; he"" ___ _
found that Koso's.other ed Charlotte In her arms and Jtlsslng good: kangaroo. .
opened/ 1 Nally. The'postmaster confided him to out bel'Ihat her, said: "My darling, I never sow A week later the wedding bells were Flooring( Siding and Ceiling.0 Brick Lime and Cement. 'y'rr
I' the children pearly wore and la life. ,'and as Homer-proudly walked
h
'' of .delight as one after you look so well happy my pealtng '? i
beautiful creations was displayed. on Valentine's day asking if there was Mrs.' Dale and Virginia must; bo up the aisle of the church with the fair IN STOCK: -
;" beauties In my anything' for them. Ablgal on hi*arm be softly whispered : rid .
Inch witches.
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never sow
,
,". ..,./' We. abe declared. "I'd go wild If II I "Tbey never got a letter la their send "Not at all, Frances," answered'Mrs. to hers! : OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1-1902 t
;. '. and here yea have twen- \lives, and why any one should Dale. "No witches fairies" have been "By ben Ablgal. a 'young grasshopper ;
I got even one I 1llntell ON F. E. C. RY.
IB more than although and kangaroo to
You don't know what a lucky them a valentine around bet except perhaps one Is a frog, a toad a "
.ty-foar.
& I girl Ire Charlotte Oage." ," hews' neither In fact, I've boot) and t kin lick any six footer In Between Poincetta St. and Lake Wont ."-
yon other chll *
The morning the butler: "Do you mean there ar* heard be was a alnE{-St. Valentine. America who-\ says,be IsaV ,
(following valentine I IrJ I
j I loaded dren who never bad a --
data breakfast room li
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f I 8 THE I'ROPICAL SUN, WKST PALM BBACH) FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14;. 'U03 C'j.'\
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r,' ,'".l SERMON OF REV. s. D. PAINE. I age the world has ever seen. Let us Warm Polite" -Down--- In Duval. Wanted-To--Study- Stenography.A : peftaeafcacae f. i" $ .;lr "

have faith and thank God. I. ,
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From information gathered from young lAdy wishes the name of a "
At Mm WeNt Bl l : CliuroliHuiulay Secondly we thank God we are '
,, < CnnKuKat..mal| "
.\,; / Morning Jan, ,.0.... American citizens\ We \live in a grand some of (he shrewdest! politicians of the competent teacher of stenography.Will The I
metropolis of the State,., it look *s i if want to take lessons between four B.EReH ,
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-,"' __ country. I pity the man who cannot cs i \
be the of a and five o'clock
: Duval County wilt ) scene evenings. Address "eLrI8"
The reverend took Lie text enthuse over the United States. If un '
,\ gentleman : big political battle in the primary this Hinting terms, ."E), P.," care TROPICAL:, (Incorporated-: ) .
J.: from Acts 33th, jlitt verse: "And from Englishman; is proud of the little sea 6.111'( :' a
; thence, when they,heard of us, came to Rift isle-and ha ought to be; as the summer fac : ,-
The statement that there are no
',' meet us as far aa the Market of Applun German i Is proud of his Germany or a Is not .t .CAP3"! !;

and the Three Taverns; whom, when Frenchman of France, or an Irishman of lions much in believed Duval County now, in politics view of the Show Ca$ *-and-Counters- For .Sale ;V.,

Paul be thanked God and took Ireland or a Scotchman of old 1 Scotia,
88..W. events that have transpired in Abe paRt Eight sbow case, two, four and six
.. courage." an American ought to be proud of the Adjoining: Royal Poinciana Grounds on
few weeks. feet respectively, aud three
The first introduction we have to Paul infant Republic that is not much over a : niahogon the North. .
The old straightout faction-the John counters, all In good condition, for sale ,
is at the death of Stephen, the proto century old; is the richest nation on '
., Stockton Murdock Barra and Browar cheap, A(1( <11 ess "D," care TROPICALSUN. '
t' martyr Paul was presentconsenting tobin earth; pays the beat wages to her work
faction-has about settled on Its ticket Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner
death. Then we. meet Iilut nt DaH10SCU9 men on earth; and gets more of the
it will be
for the coining primary), and .
4'. attended by an armed escort, good things! of the world 1 than workmen ',,, .
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i. putting to deat'i the figutive Christians any where else. She is only in the agreed that it Is will a strong be herd co.ctbln'aiioit; td down, FURNISHED: ROOMS iu a most de- at all hours .?. ,. ). 1 "I
that
and
rf' who bad led( from Jerusalem. beginning of things. one airablu location. Enquire nt TROPJCAI.\ i .:, /
for the '
Telfar Stockton is their choice : ,
The Jew, carried l to Babylon, SUN office w .
Paul converted away
was ; to Christianity seua'e, and Cromwell Gibbous and P. First-Class '
outside the city gates He preaches the refused to sing his country's songs in ticket Chef" ;; ,a ,
A. Holt will be 'on the for memthers + '
a. new religion: In Asia Minor; carries It to captivity "If I forget thee, 0, Jerusalem of the house. GUY I, M13TCALF, Cuisine and Service +. I
is let right hand forget its. culi r ,
Europe. He arrested In Jerusalem my Telfair Stockton is (in the real estate .
sent WCesarea, appeal to the Roman ning." So with the American. and 11. ., NOTARY PUBLIC. ..' .
business in Jacksonville and has been PRIVATE DINING 'PARLORS sr-e"i ot de. R .olv..d tot
Emperor for justice, is put on a corn grand Republic. In Duval county politics lo' For thp State of Florida at Large ( ,n O r.at ill hou1hlm ...
prominent
ship, starts for Rome, is wrecked at Thirdly for our, religious privilegeslet I Deals' Mortgages, L"ANo. anil Contract ,
the
many years. He was chairman of Drn Cti-U. r""Y"'"" ;w:.> '''
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thank God. We all have Vof"r
Malta finally lands on the Italian coast us equal Lie
ConveyuTK
steering committee of the Duval Count Hiieolnlty.
and commences his journey to 'Rome rights under the Stars and Stripes. The All Work 3uii.ranteeil'I Legally:: nrrect, w .. -_- _.
along the famous Appian Way. About ProtCHtant and Catholic; the Jew, the delegation In the last State convention. Went Palm Olllcia Bnauh in {''''Dada'1'W.4L] County BUN Blm, Florida k. ................. .....CI .. '. "" ',
Cromwell Gibbons also well-know ,
forty miles from Rome Christians come Mohamedau; the Buddlst, the Brahman. Duval County politics: He' Is a .--- -- Chpolc:: im Good For ; Watch this space" ',

to meet him. No State Church thank God, In this In : -e Gro..",." ,I Old lot looda : '. '

There is a Christian Church at Rome, land. The church that makes the best prominent bar and ia member.at .present of the the chairman Jacksonville of! CHOICE PROPERTIESAND .. to t vOPerCeet. .. .I, ".''.. (:> .. .

J of about ten thousand members. When people, the best church. We don't care --;;- If Next Week ,
-I the democratic executive committee of Jt .11 _,,1, .'. '..
I Paul saw these CLristians and realized about age or authority. The church that ": E ". a'. !!! .' < ,. '' ,,._'"
his II
county- !
the tif in Route he makes people like Christ is Christ's i 11.
success Christianity to regarded of : ,' ", .
Pleasant A. Holt as one .
/
a thanked God and took Church. No matter about the name. BARGAIN TRACTS .r a I : ... ,
courage. the best political ,organizers id the I! oI 1M -IOR.
We thank God for all our blessings .. "i.
My subject this morning Is "Gratitude ; ... )
and Hopefulness." health, senses, home bible, church, Stale. He was chairman'the oi the can- : s .......and qvy: ;. .. : ." ,r' '/'{!", "
I committee in last election iu ,) ;
We take for pnign A Few Leaders from the List of L' .
First we'tbank God for the age in spiritual blessings.: courage ',
which live. For thousnnds'of the future. We are' not ou the retreat. his county. t 4rp.d at fa : '' ,dup1S
we :
:
yearsthe The Triay faction ball settled T. Desirable Properties Offered i
upon
!
{ human race had a great struggle. The Church of Christ is on the road to I'S) 1elpsal (fees Bargains
their candidate for the .
They ere semi barbarians. We can victory There is no decadence. T. Stockton as business by the TROPICAL REAL ESTATE .................... .
State Senate. Mr. Stockton Is the -
not find golden Our theology is criticUed. Our relig
any age by tracing t
of the Times-Union and
history back. In the time of Noah there ion is all right. No decay in the teachings manager EXCHANGE,

were only eight good people on the face of Jesus Christ. He Is above John Citizen and is a man who has always W. I. METCALF HO'rgI.-- KplunUidly-Blluated; facing Take WortIloliil ", oppo
interest in matters of Manager: PoInciana.
taken a keen a Royal .
of the earth. God all the others Calvin and John Wesley. Men's theo > <
swept
Knlurged, Improved and 111i -ar-
Equipped x rap
off by a deluge. ries may perish.the fatherhood of God political nature. The PALMS( 0 date convenience. **.
T. T. Stockton anti Telfair Stockton
Abstracts
of Title
Furnished.
laud
Then the race starts In earnest. Niui the'brotherhood of man, never. &
Rates $2 $2.
O $3.00
are brothers both good, men and on the per day.
rod builds Babylon; Asher Nlnevah; We need the essential Christ. We For, special weekly rate address
friendliest terms with each other
_ Menes starts she magnificent Empire! of need Ills gospel. This world is not Surburban Tract: West Palm Beach, Fla. lea. "The' Pul 1s'Weet..hn Bench FU. N
Both aspire to be senator and will be
Egypt, In the valley of the Nile there going to be destroyed until it is filled .
supported by different factious.-Tolla Partly Improved fruit farm and
e planledRwve
is a grand civilization.; We cannot imitate .. with rigbteouaneai. We need a better hassee Capital. aare.clesredNacreslnchoice, near town. Twenty Here tract, H . OtXSIi . r e f.XlJ@ today their architecture. earth. Christ prayed for the Kingdom orange and ,
@Cf.f
.. grape fruit Iran, (4 Here In IrUh poutloen
.
The forests of ruiiia along the Nile, of God to come on earth. It is coming. J4 acre in assorted vegetables, t acre The \ '
toniatots, of Capital Cafe r
such as Luxor, Karnack, the God says: "So truly;as I live, the earth closed withpoultry: gamed netting.chicken yard 6roon.noune en.. $ ,, t
pyr"mlds'j "The Famine Is Over.; ; : '
supplied with water tank,"g"o > rp
makes us modest when we shall be filled with my glory, God *. win i u I
r piled with irrigating I '' plHnt,good stable and
the splendid achievements of the Twentieth ,I says that. The prophets looked across The car famine bag been relieved, and wagon to cholct'Hl room TOUCH: M.acre:niul flower other: .garden flowera.punted:BUS Oysters, Steaks,

Century. Greece Rome, Persia the centuries and saw it come. Christ shipments are now' coming forward I ORANC.K LAND lit DAUB COUNTY, A

Jerusalem, Tyre all tell us of the civilization compares'' it to leaven; it leavens the serve you promptly. GEORGE F. barmiu. oroocrtv for*,,1\00. Chops, Etc.-- l

after the flood. whole lump. John on Pntnios,'saw the TUB LUMBERMAN Eau : '
PADDISON Lake Front Fruit Land: **-- At Antours
Christianity conquers Rome. The flag angel.having the everlasting gospel fly Gallic, Fla.'r One hundred and twenty fouracrei of No.I ,
of Paganism falls. The Banner of the lug: to all nations. pineapple.l land' near Lantaim, will be Open From (i4. M' to 10 P. 1VIa.'
Cross floats from the capital of the The past triumphs gives us courage. old Cheat Twenty acre char..dJ;small,
Wanted. comfortable houait situate on Luke : NORMAN '
world. The present aspect of tbe-world; China White Girl fcont. Owned by iioit-realdent I whoueiilrea .', UPPft Ma page( ,,,,,
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--- Indispose of. oanieitt sacrifice price. < ;
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Then come the dark ages of a thousand with 400 millions open; India with 300 Industrious Opposite Jefferson Block, Corner Olive Street and Ci matt.,!eau.u $$.6-t

years. Columbus discovers America; the millions open to Christianity, Unimproved Fruit Land: : iJ@@@( ti',1.-.1tlo!

art of printing; the mariner's compass. There is a call for men; for money;1 good place in a small family. Address 7
Luther the miner's son, of Germany, is for consecrated service.We "8. M." care of tills paper, or call at fruit or pineapple lf Hold In eptlra traitTown ;'i'i"I.! ...
born. The Reformation begins. The need Pentecostal power. We needto this office for information. Ilt.r.:..acru.tract jet and, sera Atcure.,lota at $... per acra. THE
go to work. I TRAVELERS :
world wakes up. The glorious 19th Who will consecrate his service to the -- ---

I century arises and we live in the best Lord? "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS. Property: ,

6-Roont Motiiw, new, on good residence NEW MANAGEMENT .
_.tmet _1..1.___.._._. $8000' ..

aLMfV'f'iSSltf 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTVTTTTTTTTTTrTTe - _\ Room 93750 cfluh.Vacant House. an attractive revideuce. Price, MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla. .;\

lots, Residences --.--.
I on best streeta. -

I Large. and mall_ outtaue__ *_. DuuiucHB blockseld. Electric. Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete Service. .
?

; 1 Comtnodiouaresidenceott corner and in a, most" desirable one" of netirhboiv the heal.: The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. Y', "<, .''

CLOTHING hood _
IcN One of the abet conveniently arranged rea Take car at the Union Depot. and ask the Conductor to stop at the Tra velera...12.x: ,

0 ldeiice in the town Located ou a chokeresldence
ati-eet convenient: lo Mchool.churches .
depot and buninc. center. Cheap. 4 N '

3 Good at fa/sw.Investment_Property_ -lo-room. house, ; yJ
IsfIT sf f
Alfred Benjamin's Line. well located. Price,'fkoo. RestaurantSeminole !

: Building '.01.. well located In devlrableneighborhood .
amft-IA and&ssoo;'each.: at'$135, $400. |4jo, "300,$1:500Fa.hlonable : : ..

: Hotel Building;, Opposite Freight Depot

tJ' iHhed,and two private uplcmlidly boarding located houne Inta., fern oven Cuisine Service and Cleanliness nnsurpaimetl. Western Meats, Pure ,i. '

_I ... w ,t, u The NobbiestI markets.looking Lake Price find 8,5oo.clone to post office and i Cow's Milk, Dairy, Butter and Distilled Water used exclusively 'f tt
I
.' Made Finest( residence (furnished) property and Regular Meals 350. Board by the Week. Meals to Order ;. i;

9' :. : 3 I moat Went ciniiiuandinKly Palm Brae,. located::: view property In ._ ..
1 Lake aud Kuat Side. Splendid trout Price 17,500.of the I TABLES; RESERVED FOR LADIES ; <
OPEN EVENINGS. '
,Beautiful
_ I II Homespun Suits, $12 to $26 [ i'rlce-$3.150." resldancesltet.near. Lake from :_.............................. .. ............

t New io-rootn reldesuion beat home street
in town, near churches and schools,f 1,600.

LL nr-ll Fancy Flannels, $10 to $20 TROPICAL
Three small tenement e.-"goo.' welt local
," cutedf coiner lot {'rl". 'I._
J& Fancy Cassimeres $7 to $15

: 3 Nuns I little home of five rooms, porch' 01 Real
three aidea of lioiute* plenty of Hhude I: Estate Exchange ai
yard, ott good Street, tit Kood nutgbhorhoat; l,
:
convenient jUntunce from churcuea, school:: i
and depot. Prl"o.r...... .

Full Line i Double cottage 14 rooms on principal real I- W. I. METCALF Manager.
Blacks
and Blues .dunce...,.. .street} runta.. fur 4i88 per year Price : _. _

rw Double cotlngv, 14 rooms, corner of Olive
Fern streets rente fur $a8fl per year Price"
I $1O to $2O $..::100 ____?? Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished

I Double eottafre, 14 room*, located on Olive
. w lire..'. rents for $.'68 per year. Price |i.6oo

4J| .. for CASH for all off the three Desirable
We have an Man preceding properties to any one wishing to Investment Tracts
expert Clothing .. -3 : make a good Inlere.t'p"yln&l..veolmeul.TrackFarm ,:

t L with 20 years' experience, and can : 3'r 4b Lands: Truck-Farming Lands,

: give the best satisfaction in it= HJ>ltmdtd muck land In one of the most 0
.
r you = jiV iroeperots:: :: u vt'Ketab'e. CltoUe; growing tracts aculententH'at $.3 per Pineapple Properties.

.. 'made to order' Clothing in the city. I raenta.acre for cash Special price on time pay.

i = West Palm
r i -- Beach Lots
,
j Lake Worth Water-front: I''

J. e sic feet of ake front adjoining one of the Vacant and Improved. .
'handsomest' Improved properties on the .,
Lake.: Can: b*bought: If taken at once,eta
ATOMBROTHERS I Iwrgwla figure. Beautiful River-Front Properties

500 feet 7>f double. frontage, takeand Ocean on .. '
beautiful knelt for building ale bearinucou ( \ :
1'' j o ni int. oi'wage rtid lime. trees, aplend.'!] Indian River Lake Worth ,
Palm Beach buethou, ete t near Vdluuble Improved ,
West Palm Beach Miami property -
and Bay Biscayne. -
BUILpINO; LOTa-l>Vo iid Ocean froul-
n.. age at 9v<>avd let per foot

Splendidly Equipped Hotel '.
t : oomttrooo. .'. cod Hotel: well ., ,'

r !L. ANTHONV'U SHOES (< ) j dilly Well locateddolnae.equipped; wfttt modern nice biialneaii ouiiventencva., nplen- located, open the year around \I

s r R7 fl AK8 1 Prosperous cotumualty and Ancmt fruit pro ,
T'' during territory on the Best toast Write and doing '
SILENT SALESMEN <9 for leans and purtictilar' a paying business i
h'.' . Bg ; ;:
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Indian' River Property: ,"1'1''!

t' ALAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAirrCItLj .. ,,. Melhournetown Iota,hearing, oranffe, vrape Write<< for. what you want (enclosing stamp.) :. '%
/ wB> i3B< 1lSIlZ" alk t lfir96 fruit and lemon grove. Aim.: a buiiluuaa: end us a deicrlptlon ot
+ block fronting!oUBtimct and River ar tJeslrabtelropertl10Q? have for .Ie.



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