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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 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00271
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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; SAWYER SPEAKS an all-rrund 'man who would grace a neat LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.J HERE AND THERE. Professor Munyon, the celebrated PURELY PERSONAL. J
: in the Senate,with the courteous bearingof lotnoeopathiat and manufacturer ol the kr '
f"A _" *__ a thorough gentleman, the legal -......-- ,A, ,.. "best soap on earth," has notified ns by -.- ,'

,Sandspur Philosophy as Applied to acumen .of a profound jurist and the What the Sun's Men Heard In The Scraps of News About This and That letter from Munyon's Island of his Intended People as They Come and Oo-People 'I\,i

State ..ni National Topics. ready resources of advanced statesmanship Uvley Local: Whirligig. .| And Different; Things visit to our city the early. part of You May or May Not Know. 1 / s

they have only to call Duncan U -t.- .,1'h -...t! next month, when he will be our personal ., I1,
Thl Well Known I 8aapibe and Fletcher, of Jacksonville. A Mirror of Minor Happ.nhllU. Aoel- > guest. In his letter be Incident A /' '
., Philosopher Nw y Not.i aid .Itums of Interest toItv.rrbo'.t'ln Melange or Personal Item*-Visitors In .
Bxprss, His VI.ws on Soma Burst my buttons if I hadn't nearly forgotten dents, Coming Events, and a Q.ri ral and Nobody ally refered to the pleasure it gave him the City, and Citizens Vlsltlna./ '
+ to mention the A. and A. .B----. I to receive a letter from us, as it causes a
Florida PoUtlol ns. Galaxy: of Currant Gossip. In Partloular. Out of the City j
'aTJTautpaTribunecredits-..,' And there are others. I could mention -.- '" .. reaming to visit our city and see Key -- j" d
: a score of thetu; men, the mention of West. "If the town boasts many more
; Mrl' Rob. whose names would cause a burst of Famous Horsebide Sboes-Al'IITHONY'r A fine line of Spring Millinery at the enthusiasts like yourself, Key West must Mr. A. P. Anthony paid. visit to the t 1,'J

artlllc1tameewith" "congressional aspiration'1 applause through: alt the rank of their KNOX HATS-staudard of the. worldat Bee.Hlve. eventually become the Mecca for northern city of Miami Thursday, returning Fri- : t. 1

,* Too bad ? Too bad I lAud immediate relations: editors who would ANTHONYS BROS. .* visitors" Bnt alas and alack, our day morning. _____ 1. ?!
yet aft lawyer bave 'em sooner or later Defender: ready-made sheets, as cheap .
publish this entire article just to show people, knowing the climatic ad van
Some rare bargains In Cook Stoves+- the Bee Hive. Sheriff Prohock, Clerk Fitts .J
+r vj(..iJiVWcNaruee:)! has ever done anything that they were not forgotten. But aa I as tneetisg, at ages and environments of our island-city Deputy
+ to''euttle him to consideration latchett't Hardware Store. -J' and Attorney Taylor were prominent !
with
said sometime ago-no editor need so- are too much troubled "that tired .
.when the are casting about for YOUNG'S HATS-none better made Magic. Cityites who visited the Cottage
people Is
Contractor Holley pushing .
ply. Since 'poor love-crazy Jones was James ANTHONY BROS. eeling" to grasp the opportunities all Wednesday.I r,
some' one to draw the sajury which the In the Senate not one man in ten he Baptist Church fast through to completion .- at $3.00.. around them. When will this legthargc City l
.rd Honorable\ Stephen now draws so well thousand outside the Slate has ever this week.Contractor f EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, '6,00 and feeling be shaken off ? At times we Mrs. H. H. Sturgis, wife' of Rev. :.11. 1 -: ..

:1nrlviipunctuallyitwould'bewell i '{or been able, without a book of reference, Bell is'erecting a repair '((7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S feel disheartened, but still keep on peg. Sturgis, pastor of the Baptist church of '

the' world to know It. He!I is a man of to promptly name a Florida Senator. shop fofcablnet work and plumbing on .; Two Furnished Roomsfor gentlemen, ging away in tbe hope that success may his town.; has arrived from Sanford to

{ 'sprite ability,, and a penchant .for damage We have rimply been unknown, and are the rear of his Evernia Street lot. .((4.011 and $5.00 per week. Anthony Bros. eventually crown our efforts to improve make her home here i,
suits, but there is better material in Repairing the condition: of our Island home-Key ,
. to today. Bell is about Cleaning(, and Pressing.)!: A. y. F, Griffith, one of Ameron's best "
it Is G the contractor
and W S.
4 :Tampa ,for a Congressman, '';' :1'11 bet If W.-N. Shears wane In the G. Bain, Scbinld Block, Clematis Av West Advertiser. \
likely to be used. It may be however would be 10 build an addition of several rooms to ... known truck farmers, and the propagator -
State
L UniteQ !States Senate our 1-< tf. -- -
that.the Tribunals slandering McNamte beard from. He would rise like a tall the home of Mrs. J. C. Frink, on Ever. enue. ) of the Australian Pine nursery '*V '' \ h
Hanson Orant to' be Sold.' -
as it did the loquacious Zewadski..wa nia Street. hat place, was in town Wednesday. i
dull level of
Florida pine above the For 10 days-your chance to buy a "

; stagnation. He has been. the only .,1-- Protect homes from fire The Cook Stoves cheap at Hatchett's Hard Floe body of land situated on the Indian Louis Wolfe, formerly of this town,;; ',: "
vnnced'-muu the State administration your ware Store in Dade has returned from Texas where he was .,' .
Speaking of a. Congressman-what lathe ( Phoenix Fire Extinguisher will\ do it. River, County.To .1\ I r
matter with our Stephen ? If be for a dozen years, except possibly the A. G. Bain Schmid Block, Clematis be sold at public auction at Miami, one of the greatest sufferers by the Gal. ''' r
intends let race for senator he ou (oI new Comptroller, and yet/3f/ he should Avenue. ;'"FURNISHED; ROOMS in most deslrablu Math the 3rd. veston disaster He will\ remain here. ''r a.
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the Senate he would b.' cruel- location. Enquire at TROPICAL Tbe M. Hanson Miles Grant .t,

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George Boyuton and W. H. Cox
kind
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t .1' KllI' saMli+ ; '!nll'I'll e( : SUN office. ,; f ,i
10 I -.- -atad-downward. Go to- the Bee Hive for defender _______ of 16,000 acres of valuable land, Boyntonites in town. Wednesday of this :iII.-,

'tUAuI ,l>I*ijut{ ;young lawyer will slipup I am about done now. Ibelieve I: beets, pillow cases, and underwear; "Just received-A carload Wurnell situated at the confluence of the St. Lucia week. They report hotels.and boarding :fit

I- : '"on him' and cut his surcingle for 'him.lf bave mentioned! the A. & A. But 1 hive Warner's rust-proof corsets and Stev- 'Tomato Carriers." G. F. PADDISON, and Indian Rivers, which has been houses chock-a-block In that thriving :
ace a'jS') sleeve which! I shall now la in the Courts of the United
he wants lobe senator why doubt be say np my n's coats and skirts. litigation ettlement. ,
Baa Gallic, Fla, a-aJ-it ______ _,
so and iriake the race t Maybe he some. brow Ver-flap upon the table. States for more than 70 years, Is at last IN'\
lime>lu his boyhood read "Ae'sop'aabl& Not long ago one of 'our West Coast SUverill--housekeepers' delight. .' The finest fuses on the ocean beachare settled, A.large portion of it, Includingpart Hon..W N.Sh at.,. State Super!nten- .: y a.,
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$aa story of the don)!: which bad a real connection w \\h the legislature (by himself never show wear. A. G. Bain Schmid led and Builder, T. D. Brown, for Mr. public outcry, at Miami; on March jrdt Tuesday to meet the Association of ,:,ire r'

v good knucklebone in his mouth, while ) inquired!: "Will Mr. Flagler hays Block, Clematis-Aveuue.- i-g-tf. Flagler, south of the Breakers.FURNISHBD and a clean title can now be had to tbe Railroad. Commissioners and Passenger ,','

crossing: a stream on a foot log;; and maybe any business with the next legislature ? Cook Stoves-Cook Stoves-Cook HOUSES, at from $200: to ro.erty.| gents who were here that day ,

he recollects what happened to that dog. If BO.-I want to go" toves-cut prices-to make room for $800 for'tbe season. Call soon and secure This large body of land would bave Miss Maud Maddison, thewell-known : }t1

It was a good doff-only a little greedy.: a.* a carload coming. Get iu on the ground the most desirable. Tropical Real been settled upon and purchased long md graceful skirt dancer has been &11. ',I'';: i'i'log i'

But think our Stephen ,could go to the Yes, sir; t went down to the lake last floor at Hatchett'sHard Store. Estate Exchange, W. I. Metalf, Man 'ago, but 'for conflicting claims, and Is an engagement at the Royal Palm. :. ,' ",'

;rv ''Senate. The railroads; like him and tho Wednesday afternoon to inquire of the :31 ft. Launch, perfect order; also 2 H. ger. _______ now put upon the market for the first lisa Madison danced here last season t.,... )!

men who don't like the railroads have a trout If they were ready for the campaign P. Pierce engine for sale; half price. Sheen & High tower have effected the time Parties desiring to make any investment luring the session of the Slate Press )r.' ". j .

,; pretty warm place in their hearts for to open, but could get no satisfaction. Agent for the Gray Marine and Station- sale of Russell & Horton in Indian River property will Convention, and her work has been ,'. ; : I II I
the. property
+ :' ,*: ;. ,,. ;.; 'hlnl, BO his chances are very good. Hew They refused to take the! bait. ary Gas Engines. W. UNDKRWOOD, at Palm Beach, the strip having a front- ,d a well to attend the sale. much admired.I She has gone to Nassau .".: ", 'Ito r I!

: "" must stir himself, however, for I learuthat Tirerewereevidences of coming Spring Roseland, Fia. s-3t-lt.,, age of eighty-two and one-half feet on -- fill an engagement at the hotels there. ,

.. \ the Ancient and 1 Astute Bloxham all round. Great festoons of redbud 1 hang Lake and Ocean. Nathan WPltts. .1 ,6"r:
'/'.:/. : has \been oat of office about as long/ a* above the water, and to one peering The Tropical Real Estate Exchange ''.9of
",:"r::!:' be can: stand it, and although he will down into the clear depths there seem bas several nicely furnished houses on If a Western person meets you any. Ormund, Feb. 17.-The funeral of Trained Nurses. Gihy: "I

y ': :. wear thai he'll ne'er cOD eut. yet I'll to be other masses of gorgeous redbud it" rent rolls, suitable for Northern families where en this small !globe, and likes you, Nathan W. Pitts, notice of whose deathat Can be obtained by telegram-or postal s x

\Ii/ beta large and windpuffedVashlnglou blooming there.-tto I think that Winter desiring to make their homes here he always asks yon to come and see him West Palm Bench, printed in the columns addressed to Church, Home and Hospit-

:': ""i> naval orange that If he gets a chance Is nearly gone. My peach trees are in for the season- _- .i; if t you ever happen to be within a thousand of the Times-Unioo and Citizen ai, Orlando, Florida. Terms, {15 per S

G j'' ;; he'll'say "Yea and thanky too," full glory of blossom and I can see tiny Always to the front, Dimick & Riegel miles of his house.-March Ladies' Monday, were largely- attended at the week. aaitfTraditions Mee'.

rY:, :.\.t"' There never. has been a senatorial bloom-buds among the golden oranges have Introduced those Inviting and artistic Home Journal. _______ little village church at Ormond, at 2:30: --moo.---- 1 !

;: b., contest since Florida was admitted into but the weather can't fool me. I saw a tables and chairs for the patrons, Mrs. A.H. Graves, mother of Mrs. p.> m. Saturday previous service having ,Shattered. 'dti'l ;
; the Union that the A. and A, was no ton tremendous snow-storm here about the large and small, of their soda fountain. been held at West Palm Beach. F
i Carrie Harwick, of Jupiter, died at Neptune '
the fid VIVE.>r the fence middle of February three years ago, and Everything savors of the up-to-nowln Wednesday and was buried! in Mr. Pitts belonged to the order of Masons Break the news gently to Joseph JeTrson ( : Irj i
been vagely rumored that former bank fires", until and the impressive Masonic rites that another tradition dear to '
It has I t am> not going! to my that popular pharmacy. lakeside Cemetery at West Palm Beach ,
j. Senator Call has settled Jtmalexaudcr March. It would seem that we have had Cook were performed at the grave, around American hearts and one in the portray.al .
We have a car load of Stoves Thursday, tbe funeral service havingbeen I of which he has endeared himself h
4 County Florida, for the purpose more than oar chare of cold since Nov. which a large concourse of sorrowing to '
coming and must make room for them held in the Congregational/ Church,
)!: he hearts of the American public haseen .
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of running again for the Senate. Some 15th. No rain worth mentioning since friends were gathered. Tbe eight pallbearers -
stock must It is going Revs. and Paine officiating
Present go. : Sturgtss ? rudely shattered. And r
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'men never get enough. Mr. Call was September, and a friend up near Ocala > were selected from among tbe
Senator 18 beautiful year and be ought wrote me the other day: "We have ast. Don't miss the chance to Hardware .get a. Capt. W. A Shaw, whO was recently Masons and his old-tlure friends of the kindest cut of all, by one of our English '

'to be getting ready for heaven now. bad '45 frosts and 30 freezes this winter" good stove cheap-:-at Hatcbett's appointed to succeed Capt. Leo. Vogel, pioneer days.! *" rothers. Huw often have we imag- ,

i E' Few men get there by way of the U. S. As write, Jiut of January, I am sitting Store. In the position of government inspectorof Mr. Pitts was born la Dighton, Mass., ned the stillness of Sleepy Hollow dia-
Senate. I don't \think Mr. Call will\ with my coat off trying to keep cool. Mr. P. L. Pay, late of the Chicago TItle hulls and boilers, entered upon his bat was living in Brockton of that State urbed by the rumbling of the ohl Duteh- 4

ever go: to the Senate again. Maybe nut week I shall have to bau' and Trust Company a late arrival new duties Monday last. Capts. Shaw when he decided to come to Florida. At men while at their game of nine pins iahe I ti

And what about that peripatetic philos in a few loads of firewood and put an who will become a citizen of Dade County and Spencer will leave tomorrow on an first he located in tbe central part of the mountains. Shades of Rip Van a

opher, Gov.Jennings ? He la fust as certain extra comforter on the bed. But I am i and will open; np a set of abstract of official tour of inspection down the State, but tn the winter of '76 came to Winkle I Can I he following be true ?

to want the job as he ever sees It ou not complaining. It might be- worse, : title books, prepared on the '"Chicago East Coast. Drmond. He soon made his worth We quote from the Savannah News: 'I

market. Jennings has run around over If things were just to our liking here plan"-conceded 'to be the best in the known, being closely Identified with all Mr. Parker Bowling, proprietor of the
East Coast Advocater Mr. W. M.
McLeod Hotel at Lumber City, ia of the s
the country twice as much In one year few of us"would care to take any world. ______ matters of pnblic improvement. He was
very
Brown banker and ol'
orange!:" grower, opinion that to his great-grandfather ,. '
as Governor Mitchell went during his risk on heaven-we would have to be active in everything that tended to promote an
four years-but then Jennings ft! a certain. The regular meeting of the "blolber'lIC1ub" this place and Miami, baa gone into the the welfare of his townsmen.In Englishman; is due the honor of Invent

man and probably wore active. very For some time I have been rending will\ be held in the Methodist culture of vegetables at Cutler. He hall the winter of 1888, be went tor Dade lag the game of bowls as it is played to- ',, ,

younger Yea he will\ want to go to the Senate tbe Outlook, semi-religious weekly Church, 2:30: o'clock, the last Tuesday thirty acres planted in tomatoes, which bounty, and settled on Pitts Island, day."The r
and,he will, \ if he gels half a chance. edition by Lyman Abbott. I like to readIt of this month February 25. Subject, look aa fine if not finer than any tomatoes then an unsurvejed tract of land. The way I have understood the mat.
go tar U Is well written and keeps me of Teachers?" in the Bay Biscayne section. They said
'What shall we expect our which actuated him the in ter Mr. Bowling, "and I gatheredmy
become spirit pioneer
is and has recently trouble I have .
He a Baptist thinking. The greatest will net him at least
schools well all probably $5.000 Information '
of from the 'r
The patrons our as as talk of
of Orniond instrumental my
which in
and that thinker days was
Pythian Knight; gentlemen, Is with my own, simple I
a profit on his investment thluusoa. Asa
in Florida mean politic gets tired, and drags sadly at times. women interested along educations making him a prominent citizen in his randfatber[ and those that came from 55
combination hilt. Pasco worked the Bap Doctor Abbott Is a preacher and what ia lines, are invited to meet with the Club. farmer and a banker, Mr Brown bas new home. For many years be lervedf.lthfullyaa England. Is that my great-grandfather's
the "
up to "'advanced thinker. He can been successful.
called an very ancestral home named
was
fist and Masonic racket for many years, lake! a simple Bible test and explain it The business of the Everglade Produce County Commissioner, resigning Bowling'sBower '
lint it...... railroads never could exactly to that you cannot. understand___ to save Company bas reached such proportions Tug PKOPi.K'3 PAPER would call: tbe only when ill health forbade but that in the course.j>f time a ".4
ax "locate" him, so they downed him with your UI ou.-unless u you.u are a heap smarter' that Mr. A. T. Perry' bas re. e.pedalalleatlon of anyone needing the his taking part in active duties. The new house being built, my great-grand- s' s
Peter Piper, and ,they will do than I am j but he seems to be a sweet. signed the agency of the Southern Express services of a trained nurse to a card stone roads were built under his supervision father found that between the new '
their own confident Christian, and I
spirited and will his published elsewhere In this paper. The and the house and the old he had a long narrow I
and
man that way who doe not please reckon his way of thinking does him Co., at this point give county generally has
any remember when they downed good. Ile tl! a very learned man anll entire time to the splendid mercantile Church Home and Hospital, of Orlando, felt the benefit of his presence.Mr. hall 01( which no ordinary use could be t
them. Lee in Virginia with a man love to read nfter him when be touches business built up by Mr. Klncald and Is an Episcopal Institution: which bas a Pitts was a man of tbe strictest. mAde. After some study the old gentle '
;Fitzhugh McDusenberry, whom no secular affairs; but when it comes to himself Mr. Perry. wilt. be succeeded Training School for nurses, and the integrity and upright principle. lIe malt hit upon the scheme of rolling '
Martin or read the
named nobody ever heard, ol aince-rout he was revealed Bible. I don religion t want'any I prefer explanation to ofChrist's by Mr, E. T. Green, from Charlotte, .. graduates from this department are stood for the right aa he saw it, god bowls from the one end at the pins that v
highly recommended by all physicianswho could him ae bad set np at the other. ,
for the R. & D. road all the teachings. They are simple N..C. nothing make swerve from It
attorney enough and cannot be Improved. When have had occasion to employ them This, united to the kindest of hearts, "The game became very popular, and
a tine. I Christ turned water Into wine or walked Service at the Union Congregations All money earned by these nurses goes made him the staunchest and most valued people would come from all over the ."t; I

Then there U Frank Adams, of Jasper, I noon the water, or stilled the tempest deadI Church, Weat Palm Beach, at II a. m. to tbe support of the Hospital and Train. of frenda.Before country! take part In.the sport, and so ', '
raised the coming to Florida Mr. Pitta ,
although healed the sick, or
who Is "fat, ,fair and forty, and or don't want anybody* explanation of and 7:30 p. m. Preaching by the pastor ing School, and as the institution is very married Miss Caroline F. Packard, of'' gradually the name of the place was
not himself a lawyer be i I. a* the phenomena of those things. He Rey. S. 1>. Paine. Morning sub poor and depends solely on ,,voluntary Brockton. Mass., wbu survives him changed: from Bowling Bower to Bowling p.

good, a* a lawyer. He would make either did those things or he didn't do ject, "The Reign of God in the Earth a contributions to maintain it, the employment She bas been a true helpmate, sympa. Alley, and this it Is called: even to this o
senator,and woulddo them. I prefer to believe that he did night of will lhiaingwith him In all his endeavor Mr.\ Bowling estimate that his '
Florida a respectable Scource of Joy; at a sermon on nurses directly aid In and day.
read for right, aiding him by
for me to wlinpuany high IUd
other thing besides drawing thesalary. II Is explanations comforting or apologies, the aim "Unfairness in the Treatment of ReligIon its support. Hundreds of people home faithful counsel. Tl-.eir: home was an great-grandfather's innovation in the ;

pie record of His word. and deeds ." Christian Endeavor at 6.30p. m. less and friendless are there cared: for unusually attractive one. Two children game took place about 130 years ago.-- .. 1'
And then there Is the Ancient and As- Pure gold cannot be refined and no man Sunday School at 10 a.m. Prayer and< who could not otherwise find a placeto were born to them, but died' In early St. Augustine Record. ". iyd

r lt4 lute Btorbsut. "! had nearly forgotten can T0MhstwyggCinyPunts GordaIlsrald. Song Service, Wednesday 7:13: p., m, A shelter and care for them nearer than inauT Infancy.friends The goes heartfelt out to tbe sympathy widow. I lit of ---...--- .' r' ;

t bin colun n.- cordial invitation to all hundreds of mile, Ibis her great: sorrow "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS. i ,,
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!.*.. \". ,,,' LESSON VIII, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL -TUe Ileal Oau.e. u. o. ciiiLi.muwouTU, G.OVIIIUIIII. r

,''i:" SERIES FEB. 23. The time baa come to rewrite our Bblea OIlILLINUVORTII.t p Jt1.lUUID'ATTORNEYS ? CROCKERY and ,

for If the half that, U told in true AHD (
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!I', Text ot the L..aon, Act ..l, 1-lU. It caD no longer be said that "it to willi COUNSELORS, 1'r \

!Ill' Memory Verses 1'. 8-dolden T...t. with the child." "Went", 'Palm Beach i'laJ. 11
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r .. Malt l1 Commentary! Prepared ){rI. Harriet M. Van der Yurt of the ::11 :: ".r r... ; -! oat'Codb
of
.1-- All Kinds
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"r toy n..... D. M. It........ Industrial committee the Stute Fed, II.FD, W,.. a 't ,

tCopyrtitut. 1002 by Anuirlcus. Pre.. "",,, cIaUo...] station ot Wonieu'si' Club Informed thWoman' J. BIJSTOALK, v ,. Ulcycte.andIUajrctnSuuilrt/ ... Stems, Tluwnrc. I Ooira'I' ';.;

1, 2. "It la not reason that w. should'. meeting*in Union the Masonic Label temple luutfue that at Its i a .ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. All Kinds of Fishing! Tackle and SportingUaiollnn ; ;\ f; .. v
leave the word of God and serve tables. ':'
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In the NOTARY PUBLIC
workers
large' percentage.\ the Stove Blue Shame Kerosene Oil stoves. ,
7hla was the decision ot tbe twelve whenthroe fifty-three fuctorlea visited' by her on Will practice In County,State and 'J'edorlll'COllrLS Glassware, Lampi and LunKrui. Harrison lirne1ten4yMtxeaPertf. NC
began to bo gome murmuring among children and .Mr-Mail Order Given Prompt: ....tt..t...... U-j-07
the aisclplea concerning the dally: minis a tour of Inspection were n. ____.___ _.._ __ _
tratlon of thing temporal. AI the nuin that many of the young workers were LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY. : \ : ,
'
: her of the disciples multiplied It could under fourteen years of age OlUceln TIIOPICAI. SUM Block "
'i" hardly expected that in these. newborn It 1* an ppon secret that the laws de- West Palm Beach Dads, County llorliliTT .YY Y Y mnrtrvvvvvllvtvVvvvyyvyvyv'vytlvrvrvnvv171aMercerizeti Manilla House

babe there would not b. manifest some signed for the protection of the children i

phased of the old nature come of the practically ignored, and as! the re B. SAUNOKKS. Jr. \ 'ftl
,, works of the flesh, each as wrath, strife. .ult of a compact between the parent ''
and such like (Gal. v, :2O( ). Even MRS TIFFANY SPROUL, Prop
Burnings ,
\ owners we are\! brought $1.50
and John might remember and the factory TOKNETt A T LA W. .
'. Peter Jamei fact Silk '
with the significant
face to face
of thlugs In their own ,
quite\ a lumber than Corner Olive and Datura street, RoomsAnd
not less ,
lives even after they bad been a year or that there are /present Clean
two with Christ t. which ,wore of the flesh 20,000 child worker* in Chicago and iti i-6-r: WEST PALM BRACH, FLORIDA to '. -

und not of the spirit; so.lt is to be hoped immediate vicinity. clod, ,
that while they determined that they As an indication\ that many; children! y "
I C1 t could not take time to see to these seem below: ,the legal age of fourteen yean A.J.. ". \VlS.. e11S,5X4:00 Wholesome 1o.o"r/- '

liigly uusplrltual affair. theywore patient are employed it is uoted'thai the schoo AriORNEY-AT-LAW Un ll 1S1 "? .4
with the IUI1r1llUl..rs.n. not less than *
continually census of last year shows and NOTARY PUBLIC. ;,
ourselves '
4. "We will give '
the Rates $5.oo Per Week /00/
34,000 more children between\ ages ,
to pl'ay.r'lInd to the ministry of the Agent ol th. U. S. Fidelity A Ou.r.nty'Co..ol 4
wol'd." They would not serve tables but of six and fourteen yeitrs old in the city Baltimore, Md. Table Board $4.90'"FertWeoltt] :

they would pray and search and teach than are accounted for \by the returns Ottlee at corner of C'loiiiutlM. Avenue und Ncr Mir
the word. They recosnineii( the Importance from the private schools! and from the CIWHUB Street" over IItrobm'lI..turo. 1.4190TT "
and the, difficulty of attending( to I primary and grammar grades of the WestPains neauh. Near Corner Polnsettu and -1j uya
the dally ministration, for they saw the -- White%v '
public schools. Streets
I necessity of a committee of honest report, The reports from the public schools 1*. JJnANN NG, Pique 1 and $$1 tocow r
., Giblet and 1 wl doln.I .
full of the holy
.
5, 0. "They chose Stephen, a man full also show that during I each; year about 1 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA,
I of teD and CounNellor, at-Law 12.1-tt
of faith and of the Holy Ghost, one 7.OOO children between the ages Attorney Mild
and fourteen years quit school. Altogether -
Philip. The other five lire not mentioned Oilier over Bank) -
again after this verse which Is not there would IIppeUto\ be wore s

'necessarily anything against them. Philip than 40,000 children below the ago ol aa6,9ot WEST PALM BEACH, FLAy West ".JDIBUCK, &; IllEGKU
Is mentioned sixteen times and Stephen fourteen who are not attending-school./ Duck Skirts 3.50 Proprietor*

Is who mentioned became the seven first times.martyr It for the Christ mind And where are the ,most of these lit \ K. ANNO, Palm _r
tle folks? In the factories In the big e
of the majority is a correct guide then '
the appointing of this. committee was stores in the sweatshops. ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. Beach '
Said Mrs. Van der Vaart: "We visited
the proper thing for the suggestion pleased Oalce-l'ro"t Room llatchett Building Ave. O. ,
the whole multitude. There was something box and candy factories and found that
Miami, Florida. 4-18-190
In those day. In the laying on of the children work ten hours a day. Drug ;
hands U Tim. Iv, 14; II Tim. I I. 0)). but It They have no vacations or outings In CORSETS--SHORT ,

was not confined to the hands of the summer GEO. A. WOitL.KY, ..
apostles (Acts ix. 17; zlli. 3)). The layIng "The sanitary conditions" Mrs. Vandur .a)3
of hands In our day Is not unlike ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.
the shaking on of hands; sometimes there are Vaart continued "In the places visited i I White and Colored

life and Inspiration and sometimes, a chill. by ua were generally bad, only a I I business General practice. cutrUHtccl In 1'I1.te' will t and receive Federal prompt Court intention. -DBALEBP.IN I -

Itarnabas the son ot consolation was few showing an interest In the emlloy.I ..
like Stephen a man full of the IIoly coo' health and then undoubtedly for Office, Brown Building Ave. D and tilthfttrwic.

Ghost and of faith (chapter Jtl!, 24)). ThereIs business reasons.." MIAMI. FLORIDA Drugs Toilet ,Articles) *. ..*
no reason why: each believer should not In the candy factories the hours are Remember, We are Leaders in our ,

I be so filled. from 7 in the morning until bait past bat .Litle.
7. 8. "And' Stephen full of faith and night, with ,but half an hour for II.F.. ATKINSON, ... Fin, Stationery, anD '-
power did great wonder. and miracles i \ .... .,
,
among the, or,people.as In "xli,The 24, word"grew of and God multiplied increased leave lunch. their The children benches to as eat a rule, but do push not ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .A. S. ..BOTSFORDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWAAW11WAAA .<&;'' .CO. I." ,DruggIst Sun ries\\ '

," and In xli 20. "grew mightilyand their: work back and set their lunch.boxes NOTARY PUBLIC '
prevailed." The number of the disciples In tront of then MIAMI, Fu #. reecripttl'nofarefully! tompuund!.. ,Ai

multiplied greatly In Jerusalem anda The bad air In which these children ll-lB-lv / East C$3ast.Bnpineas Solicited( T,>',' r

great company: of the priests became be- work the long hours and the steady e AAAAAhAAAAAAAAAe. WEST o ur UJ KAI3U.1f: (> _
lievers. It was truly a great and mighty manipulation of the machinery com- JAb1ES E. ANDltE\VS. I,
work of the Spirit ot God and was not
.
bIDe to rapidly undermine their health
confined to the apostles, for Stephen ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. tit
Dr. Le Bey who U a member of tho! sAAA1AAA1. A'L&AArv ...
tables, was greatly used 1A,1A
willing to serve : NOTARY PUBLIC, -. ,-: -- jp
God working wonders and miracles by committee declares that the child must

him. The gospel Is the power of God have an unusually rugged constitution Pro ecuUn 'Attorney olBrevard Co. To, Introduoe1Qurg1ies{ 1\(' to tOJl'w, Ir aetna ;

unto salvation to every one that belIeveth hat: Is able to endure! those conditions ; FT. PIKRCB AND Trrusvii.i.tt, FLA. +rlrp'Du.. {
.np fJ
((1 om. I I. 16)), and as the word Is for six years without becoming a physIcal q*
g-a8 lyr .'
: :, : "
preached the Spirit works convincing of wreck. ,1 Watchmaker!

sin and righteousness and Judgment. And the wages: received by the little M. ItOUlllNS.A And work Crown ant Bridge work. at rri.tculoull1low !
When a servant of Christ preaches the GEO. we are doMg : TrATtTITIC
toilers are uruazlnjjly HID all, from $1.50: nd.Jewlr; :
word of God be has a right to believe to $3 week prices. Come inland) fee the 'work we are doing this weafc!, ,'WI': .
His and a and Coun" lor-at-LauJ.. ---. .
that it will accomplish pleasure !- 0( .' '
never return to llim void laa. !Iv, 11)). Mrs. Van tier Ynnit' ilecliirun) that she a < S .- You can't get better work anywhere. ." *sw-, ; '.t-.. _:" ""

We may learn a lesson ot assurance from found grown up wonu'U WHO earned as Will practice In State end Federal Courts, ENGRAVER on ... ntj. ', ,. ,
.the devil In this matter, for when be low as 20 cents 11 lir.: 214 cents nulour. "
sowed his tares he seems to have had no _8-aa-iyr TITUSVUUJ,. FLA._ Dr. MILLER, WOOD or ME1'Ak'P e

anxiety: about their growth for he went Something was mild Just now about '

his way sure that they: would grow the compact between the! factory own- 13ATON. M. D. HECKEKT COTTAGE LAKE, FRONT RLO
(:Matt. xlli. 25)). Let us have faith In God L.D. u-ao-tr ,
era and the parents, and It Is the universal in ZAPH
that lie will take care of His own word HOMGOPATHIST. BLOCK
verdict that but for this-compact .
and that no word from God shall be void Next door South ofSEMINOLE ,
of power (Luke I, ST. R. V). the child labor laws might bv! In the WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA e HOTEL.Entrance ..
0, 10. "They were not able to resist the main enforced. The parent swears that rtraldenre opposite WolliodlMt, Church. OIBcet'li'iimtm
wisdom and the spirit by which he the children are over fourteen and that Avenue, next: toMaMonlu Temple.. ,
." The Lord Jesus had promised ends It. OIIU'8 hours 8 Sundays to 0 ...m a,to 2 to 4 .4..and m. 7 to 8 p.m. EVERGLADE PRODUCE CO. WEST PALM BEACH FLA.

a mouth and wisdom which no adversary lIe does this only because hIs'wages Special Attention Given tn-Diseaeee. of workman
Experienced Cleaning nd
could gainsay or resist (Luke xxi. 15): >
will not support the family. The house Women and Children. ltepelrtegskllllully done.lot( CTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVTTf1
and this was a fulfillment of lib promise.Tbo :
wisdom was the wisdom of God and rent, meat bills, grocery bills gas bills Headquarters for. .
?
the spirit was the Spirit of God. As with must somehow be paid and the children yr c. iiooi, DI. I), .

the Lord Jesus the words and works were must go out and help the father S .
all the Father's, so In these Spirit filled do what be cannot di> by himself. PHY81CUN AND SURGEON

men the words and works were. all the It all comes back at last to the Infer Live and Dressed Poultry ,
Lord's (John xiv 10; xvii, 18)). We think nal selfishness and greed which refuse Office over Strohm'f storf, WEST 'PALM Wheel Chair r Liverv .
BUAC1I.: ; lt sldeuoe near Royal i ,
of the night In Gethsemane when In reply
to pay the father a living wage. It all
to their saying that they sought Jesus" comes bock to the Injustice which Is at clans Hotel. PALM BEACH. l-\ Country Produce

ot Nazareth He ,simply: said am -- New Wheels,. .
be bottom of our entire economic sysern. -
and they went backward and fell to the
ground. It was the same word that. It the father had justice-bad Tt 1J. POXTIiK M. D., Fresh Country Eggs
healed the leper cast out demons rebuked what belongs to him-there would be a Polite Attendants

"I fevers and all manner of disease stilled no little ones tolling In sweatshops and 8. 8.\a WEST PALM. BEACH \F1A. """ '
the storm and away: back In the beginning factories and stores and our great and Prompt Service
created all things. What do we) and
wonderful city and country would not Grapefruit Oranges. .
know of the power of His word In ns or be disgraced by the dully murder the c.l VLATTS BI. D. ..,. u
through ns or of the experience of Paul .
nnocents.-Itev. Thomas B. Gregory In
In these words: "Striving according to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Wheelmen furnished who are familiar
CblcagoAmerlcaD.
Ills working which worketh In me mightily I
?" (Col. I 1.29.) Tflegramn delivered all hours ol thn day ,
both
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11. 12. "They: caught him and brought A Common Cans.. and ol..b& FRESH VEGETABLES.IISU with all points. Interest on
him to the council." The adversary can n-29-JQU Foal PiBR.cn.: Fla -
The crusade began by The Times and aides of Lake Worth. .a
stand ten thousand ordinary believers of
; I ,
the Laodicean stamp and be not a whit seconded by otber English papers r>it. iiouaiiTox -
afraid of them but let a Peter or a against restriction of output by trades
Stephen filled with the Spirit stand bold unionists Is apparently bearing fruit, "DENTOS" TABLE
.,- ly for Christ and the resurrection and the lays' a London dl plltch. At a meeting HOLLAND 110CU.:: PHONE 1. TIME JONES & SPEED f?rop't s.

i devil will do bis best to stop them. The of the conciliation board of the north '
WEST PALM BRACH. ,
of God In Stephen than LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE KAILROADPeimaoola )
was
power more of England Iron and ateel trade Thom- .
: !ttatan:! could put up with and mo he stirs a. Bayley M. P.. speaking In behalf of West Palm Beach, Florida.J3 "/

:,;. rap him] the and rulers to arrest and hint the people to lie about the Ironmasters, appealed to the work. L.T. DANIEL, :MBw Or''''.'''. unit Mobil x'z '

13 14. "And set up false witnesses" ers to support the employers In their 0 EH TI8 T* -
Nn. H No. 4 No. :9 No. 8 No. 1 :<1'0.11
effort to tbe world' trade.
recapture
So Jezebel did to Naboth, and these a""
so
1 same rulers did to our Lord Jesus. It lIe said some employers bud spent COCOA, INDIA H1VBB. FLOHIUA. _, "'7i ; 19: alt p 11 iij, LlI..." ...... ..... 1"0..0001.rrlve. I 5 iH ; 4 Ott P U 00; Orders filled for Choice Indian
was written concerning Him, "False 00,000 during the last In H 51) a :9 II" P I 111: a .................... Flonntau..Leevu '!9 1111. :2 110 P T jiG pa
year Improvng } ..0. 4 P 2 1111. ..... ........ .. Mublle........................ 2 P 1:1111: P II 00 p River Oranges.
r. witnesses did rise up; they laid to My their, plants, and It only remainedto GUY I. MKTCAL, ......... It Ie IIX p7 80 It_-.-?......-........-...NeOrknn.- .............. .......1'1:3:: p 7911i.............. n-ntf
: charge things that I knew DO!." "They: secure the loyal cooperation of the Pensacola. HC. L..I. 1..ln..U; and loon,...1 II",
that bate Me without a cause are more NOTARY PUBLIC -

t.;" than would the destroy hairs Me of Mrne being bead Mine; they enemies that men Mr. Cox responding for the men Fe, the State of Florida at Large. -No.oJ-: -No.-. -No. 1 -Nab New Idea in Trunks. <

0'(' .wrongfully, are mighty" (Ps. xxxv. 11; aid be could promise that there wouldbe De i<., Mortgage, Lcaw and Contracts II Oil It 1:1: 1111 p Leave......................... .. ."" ............................ ... 40 00 P II 00ae .

\ i" Ixix. 4)). We must If we follow Him no restriction of output. The men Drafted.Cnuveyoneing n.Aiwvlnltv. 11 Aa IA : .: lii 110 I & Arrive ::,::.:::: ........Hlrndnghnnl.. atontgomery. ... ..:' ::::LuS'fU lA 15 ha : : Oa N6 gI

d iL': fully expect the same treatment He received would welcome any improvement aiding All Work lluar.Dt..'il Lraully Correct. HI) a M 21) a ..... ..............................I.out.'.Ille................ ...... ..... ...... a 11\ P 1411. a
for "all that will live godly: infit. them in the coining contest for the Ghee In fHOPItab HUM urn]k. 7 :.1..111111.. .. ...... ... .. ..('ln lnn"tI..... ... ... ...... .. .....IS OO p 1111'') p
f'brlst Jesus shall suffer persecution"! (II world's supremacy.Mr. wet Palm Boach. Dada Conntv. Klorldo.' T 21t.. 1 Jill P t ._.._. St. L"ulx ... .. 4 16 I' 8 Aa .rT

i' '. Tim. Ill, 12)), and lie Himself said, "If Bayley assured the men that If PenM."O"', .nd J".k..n..I1I.. r
c\. they have persecuted Me. they will also (7fjJA1.LACE R. 9IOSES
t k t persecute you" John xv, 20)). hey accorded their employer their .N... 11 No 8 No, Stop wbero Time ts Neb 8bown. \o. !2 No. 1/1/
belt> support there was no reason why 11.111' 00111 Dally Dallyenunla
J\!> And all that sat In the couJcIU Successor to W RobertREAL
M/,,lr looking steadfastly/ on him, saw his face England not hold the first rank: A. i "'Gi"PT 00. fA.vo .... ...... ...... Pen .... ...... .... ..Arrln II) 1I'P"fi) i 1p; ,
AND .... .. .. ..... ... Jlnhom".. ... .. .. ...... //I
, ( : an It hud been the face of an angel." He and secure orders which were now goIng ESTATE INSURANCE, 1 1:1 ip III T T 1:1.111. ....."..."...... .. ................ .Yn..tr.. ........ ... ....."... ..... ..........1pjjp 1DNTp. NOOp
wait no doubt thinking of the Lord Jesus to America and) Germany.Helnrn Ant, for Went Palm Beach. Town Lots, also 1:1: :::114.a T 17 ...................... ..........Eernnbtu... ......... ......................... 10 RI: P sSSTp
I'- anti all that Christ bad endured for him. West Palm 'Dftirn vmtvr Work.. 19ana s ......... _..... ...?............../01111..' .......,................ ............... U1111p 54tp i
; .NOTAUV PUJUL.IC.ClomMla *1) 1114. .. ............... ........... ... ...n.p .......... ..............................to lit P Ii 41)pl980 "
its ; ly! faith be saw Christ and not these to Trade Autonomy Avenue, nuar Olly.Str..t. 1:1: a I.IT"84. ...,.........-.."...............Uolt'lty.................... ........... ...M 10 111 P i II tip M
wicked 1 witnesses or ruler., and the gloryof ; 11-ai-lUOl: West. 1'ulm Beacn. Florida. 1:1 AN a t II$ ... ...... ..... Milton. ... .. .. ... ........... .11> Itp 1I'p' (0 Hi n
Christ was seen upon him. We The International Typographical anion 1 Nn a'. ....a. .. .... .. .... .......? loud lI"nll'.. .. .. ..... ........... 4 < r
are the first labor -A.n 14. .. ....................... .011. .. .. ... ......... ...... 'p'imp 4 Slip
9 apt to think It very bard when people organization to extend TI D. BROWN; 1 Gila:II) 8 :2N ...". ...... 1\I11II..n. .................................... U lilt 4 1t
f wrongfully/ accuse ua and lay::! to our Its Jurisdiction over allied trader. l :2 a ::1110 a M 811 .. .. ... ., ,.. ...,. reetvWw ....... .. .. ........ N lap.P HltpI P
s' < Imrite things -we know not. but we should ma start tba movement of organization / fie a 8 St a.. ."..?............... .?.."... Il.rlnnd, .........................?. ...? M .11111' 8 84 P
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. H lB.)011. .. .... .. ...... ....... :Moa"y Heed .. .......... ........- N 40 P 8 15.
roiinldrr It as blessed fellowship with along ludustrlul lines, Is now thIrst Plans and speelfloatlona prepared. 408a: 0211a..... .. ... .. ......De..nrolllkl4ptllllla.. ..... ..... ...... M ll1p 1I.p' P .
Christ. remembering Ills own words. to break away from the plan. The I .111.' 081 ..-...................................AI'A'VI....................... ........."... 744p The SfaUman Dresser / _
"Itlesxed are ye when men shall revile Jobbing; work gives prompt attention a 441)5 047 a .. ... .. ...... .I'.I..enn. ..... .. ..... .... ...... T IIIp 904pI Trunk '
Dew law whlcb went Into effect on Jan. Shop oa Datura Street. 111 011.. .. .. .. .. 1VPntvlile ... .. .. ..... ... .. .. 1 1N 1 All ,,
you and persecute you and shall say: all 1 I abrogated the tripartite agreemell'enlered A; 011 00. ii) /III a ..... ..........7n............... ('....,,,11I. .........."................. ..... T 111 I' 1 oLI: P Represents. a new Idea III truek.. II I. a
f manner of evil against :you falsely: for My 1111.10 a :ItI.. ...... .. .............n..nllllv....................................... Till) p P 1 20 pit r..bl.: dr.a.lrolr csae.with! drewen incised o. 41
fR sake; rejoice and be exceeding glad torJ'r..t Into In 1804 und gives complete KOUGU O. lilTTdKH. d 00.. lCJ "" a...... ........ .................... : p collar place fwr .li:font a hat la m
autonomy to the and elec- p 110.10 liTo. .. ...Cotton.iale ....... ..... .... .....' II 1ap12 sop buiton.end the oottoin a. .li>i. M,'
\ I I.* your reward In heaven" (Matt stereotypes d Ofl.l1 111" ..... .. .........Madonna .......... ..... ........ It UM 11IA: be top. Coats no more than.a good box trim kI w
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v. II, 12)). Some associate this angel-like jotypers, with authority to maintain a CIVIL ENGINEER T 8.1 1 81a .. ... 1'yprees .. .. .. .... ........... .... A4p11HAa P P N1sippedQO\ l>.for with privilege to .."1111....
ptM-nranc of Stephen with the time of separate organization, !bat sharing In a AND ToLfI.l} 411.. ..Gr.ndltldare.. .... ...... ............ 1I.lpll: U.a TWO: enl \lamp illustrated """laola.1I! .
f tli but It before be DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR T IINal1 11:1": .... !lIe.I.!! .. .. ...... .. .. ........ II Stp1O4Aa '
martyrdom was .
c S.V.Iii. joint defense fund and withdraws Jw.Isdlctlou 8 211.1:11.11 ...RI..r.luoetl"a................ ... ..... II 20 pltl4I.: F. A, STALL MAN
' "nddrese the council. May we ever rt over, the pressmen and bookbinders |I FOR DADS COUNTY.Lne.ll ...... .. ... 1..1t": '.. .. .. ...........Jrrllnhessee. .. ... .. .., ... .. N 18 P .. ,
; so see Jesus that we shall reflect His.. except In cases deemed advis- AgentfortheLaod! Der' >artni....nl oj the ...... ...... T.JI P Arr ive.. ......... ....< .ek.onyllle...... ...... .. .....Lean II 80. ::::: 118 Wet Spring street,
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= ; 't ;,t THE TROPICAJnfstlN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 81, 1902. 8 r,

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went I Mint tn, (to rcmilvc" It Into n SfcifH .a I C AJLAA 4.UUA.uU.uAU"iiJ: .JgokokakokokokokoKorokokokokottokokokokokokokvtq, kakokoeX f '

:i ,min i ein' Unit' or ( lliulhoinood 01 Private School. ,, a. .II c r East' Coast Restaurant

C' ;ttl I Luromutlre" ( 'Kiifjlm'' 'HH, whose hem, .0 C
p', ENRY go plNh]N MIM L. JD.) Iliu
P$ G( N1M ERENCH.4D tifi-C with Aj-tuur the, kcepM rnllrond in clone muniiKPinea comniunlon ,, g Dally" ButtMloua*' 11100 8.: to to IT i ijo a.p.m m. .1: I UllTPI ? I r r and Cafe

which gives mush to the. engineers i hi .Piano taMoim by orninaement.. ro-egtf lIUlIiLi. SEMINOLE i I .SEMINOLE; HOTEL BUILDING '/
West\ Palm Beach Florida S .
as 7 I fay "Captain* of return for their refusal to strike and VYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTFlJu ,
I'' A' Wlrhe to Vumbine their abstilulii| r from ffivlnif couitoi .. S -. 5S !Regular Meals 35 cents
that Tlittj- May to others who do strike --- 1 !

L'enaIIlnera. nut oven If the '"bor.lenders wore III AND OVSTKR9.. All klud of fish,, +> *5W I : Oysters, Steaks, Chops Etc. ,

e .,_- man who hits followed tle sympathy with and disposed] to adopt! also fresh Xpdian" River oysters ever, o Overlooking beautiful Luke Worth, facing the' Hotel %: To Order .
I Sfe the Arthur plan I tlilnlc circumstance day. ,Shad, shrimp crawfiitU and clams1118easoD. I ,( "
C 0F. : the Industrial movement ore such as to make its successful carrying FttBtt DEI.IVKRV, PHONE 3.i Z Royal Polaolana ; a, first.clans. homelike hotel., ., Near a: PUIVATB DINll\O-ItOOIU8. .
Qr a. pas/* tew years the first: estrhogttittitrk :- out Im oH81bl4". Arthur could '0 Open from 6 A. M. to Midnight
'9tf Wm. R. Mealy tt all of interest .
points to Our .
feutuf tourists. specialty ex a
of the .
labor and succeed becixusft;! ho commanded a comparatively ,, Drink Served fron) Zapf'i Bar
capital conference in New York, tvns small number; of very highly oellence of table service, clean cooking, courteous treat. oo' ,I n.o. ",
trio, Tetnat| ( on torUis of at .least Out sliUteii und peculiarly trusted men Pare water is essential to good health \ JII: '

:wart$,;
))1/llIln ". tlllng' IM.ll In the trades union( that should have no communlca. used in the manufacture of their,Ice b Y' new tBanssrement. Experienced white help only will .be ,
,
srnp Uhlbn] 'w'lth.' ; .7) called lion union! with or body or sympathy cS workmen for The any Brotherhood oilier. the Lake Worth Ice Factory insures* a 2 employed': In' all departments. Best of fishing' and j Ito : !Perrine Grant Land! Company.


Comp 1r 'lf.I.. .. ,<'' ,1''r.' '. tjpenlbostU +1p to' In substance of Locomotive, "We stand BugiiK-'ers for oursulve guy. pure product. "'\,boating,'.and. go'odh" ut1ng. Rates. '$2.to. $3 per day.. ''" x lunA ESTATE.CUTtER. .

.Y : ...end wouldto alone" Other labor Homes at $700. $800 toooqtrzoo o l-4-3n FLORIDA
.:, unions are of necessity | .,, i o
r I c; Here these numerous have an Intimate In. $1,300. fi,6oo. $1,750, 1,800, $3,000, .
IX \ ''jnev-Mf'(kind of public tcrcommuiilcntion !and warm bond of $1,300, f2,300, $3,500, $2,750, $3,000, a.. 'i'; J. C. SUMMERS r ,f fo

enil makIna' speeches flowing! sympathy and they proceed on the anti i.pwarda Call on the TropicalReal o 0g Brelsford Bros

:WIth'' milk and honey: and protesting principle of the, Kvigbta of Labor motto Investment Estate before Bxchange prices and advanced.make your f PROPRIETOR p ,

mutual respect", : and confidence and all -namely, that "thtt Injury of one) JII Ito b
Real Estate and Insurance
this tn open assemblage, with large the concern of nil" Indeed, the Idea- Isotioiioaolso7.o7eotso76o7eo5soieo7so ,

nllfnb@rsot, representative mea of othbf'nfe of tho BoliJnrlty of labor: Is not restrlcted Wanted-To Study Stenography.A :eoteoteo.oltoieoiso9sosoiso76o11oko '

present and a newspa-- to skilled workmen, but applies PALM BEACH, FLA. .

II reporting the proceedings an well to the even greater number young lady wishes the name of a
tt t t.v (.he least utterances. The mo- of unskilled workmen. Any labor competent teacher of stenography SHEEN. Civil :Engineering. and Surveying J. R. HIGHTOWER: Notary Public. Cottages to >Rent .

w7 y magnates ,meeting In friendly runt or even nppioxinmllon to a bu Will want to take lessons between four Locating and Bitlmatlnff Timber (both Pins
f'" so with the leaders of the I be In and Cypress. ). Selecting and Grading Orange Po.te.lDee Building,North of .
grant- rcauoracy to the least; degree and five o'clock evenings. Address, and Vegetable land Sheen h & HiglitowerFRANKLYN s-1-inoi Folnolaott Hotel '
.;- the traces unions with a view toting SUCCIISHfll\\ would/ have to have the ac a Specialty
staling terms, "E. F.," care TROPICAL My profession. had carried me over. all patts ,
a board of examination into live or passive approval or support ot: of .
SUN. C the southern peninsula of Florida, lOud by
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$ I uro., Industrial disagreements In the Ills enormous !army of organized and penonal observation. I And great opportunitiesfor REAL 1STATh For Sale Cheap,
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x} t. larger fields' of labor was dramatic If unorganized workmen a thIng not sup. profitable liive.tment in Timber Orange a

__*.. not .sensational. What could It meant posl1ble lu this stirring, changing age.I KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOE .u _ r flVU... the natural question. The "great I admit that wore the spirit of liiqul at ANTHONY BROS. unsettled part, where'the land la tnontly owned Lands for Bale in all parts. of Garden Land, $10 and $15 per

loyera" have hitherto not been an- ry: not abroad were the monopolies' by large corporation*, who have never had the) Southern Florida, improved and acre. $350 for, the 45 acres.. .One
by extravagant love for Inboi.n '. and! their sponsors not under serious land graded according to quality but all priced I .
thousand
J Could this be intended for a suspIcIon and were the popular mind ------------ the "aarne. Write for particular. UUlinprovea.Box Banana\ ,Plants", $3 per
snare mere III 851, Went Palm Beach, Florida PALM BEACH and. LAKE 100, or 60 cent! per dozen. Twenty ->
.e scheme to tbe Important a slate of passivity and quietude .. LARGE NEW HOTEL.
colonies of Bees for
}Readers and bold them as hostages hen perhaps some share or the prom. WORTH properties 'including $65, 13.50 I
I
for: toe", good conduct of their fol. Iso of a share of the advantages of monopoly some of the nicest waterfront Town property. each. Horse and wagon, $115. fa;;

lowers! ))4)rPsince ,Untied States Sena- might serve to draw and hold The PALM BEACH. Address, H. C. OLSEN,
,
tore.gyte .e leader of tho Republic- louie part of the labor unions under We carry A large list of the moat desirable cottages in. town" for /Stuart, Dade County. Fla.
Alte6" nets the control of kind IA Maximum of Comfort .o. sale. furnished and unfurnished.
? : organization Will'wad' some of managing TV At Minimum. of Coat *?
,- '\' _. __ man i of tbe permanent organization.> But too many men have '
body of arbitration-the committee of conceived-the idea that there Is something Three hundred sunny rooms with or Furnished Rooms To Rent. V
Without "0 th. NptclocoRotunda" Residences and Business Blocks
thirty-six: as it Iff also called-could it fundamentally out of keeping anti lucaa fronting on ,
Por :
J terms apply to G. H. Jenkins ,
be that the main' purpose of tbls get. with equal rights In monopolies, and Lake Worth. or 'r"
,A.
: :, 'tjaff\ /: togetbe.of the.representatlves ot( the desire for Investigation la too ram. Orchestra. New;, York Chef. $3 and Upk C. KeuneyJetfersonblockWpatPalnt
t '"labor nod capital" was nothing morj pant for a Irvbor. trout to be formed.Or ", d Orange, Pineapple and Vegetable Lands, in Beach., rz-15-tf. !'
than a political move under a mask?'" to put fie same thing In another Got off at Fotnulana IVwy Htatloa ,

Men's motlv.ea, are usually complex.A rouge Senator Manna speaks of the"prganiaation"t CHAS. A. STONE, Manager Quantities to suit Purchaser. .Will Ba Sold at a Sacrifice.
subtle mingling of reasons pre ;$des \ .&t : to $ SIDNEY HADDOCK, Proprietor
most \Important :actions. But In this lay**Does he .Include monopoly tho Call and examine our lIst acres of A No- I pineapple land
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conference I am persuaded ""that the word "capltal?"?Jt Is not as a capital- "near! Lantana, will be sold at a k I

]leading motive that Influenced "capi fir*that Mr. Scll'\\l elf, for Instance, Is JEFFERSON ti-n.tt,. .BUILDING, West Palm Beach, .Fla. sacrifice_ Twenty'acres cleared, ; small,
tal." so, called, wa not tbe hope of moat notable In this matter, for the '
taking; advantage of labor but tbe desire word "capital'1 in.tlie sense o%! political ATTENTION SPORTSMEN I IFor' -r comfortable'house' on the. 'land; Lake
frontnge. Owned by a non resident who ;
\f>' raise labor organizations as a economy: means /Sr>me form of wealth
defense against any aggressiveness/ of used Byjabor to produce more. wealth, Is unable to give it attention. For spot

the body of ttyj people nrfilnst/ \ spec.llprivileges and {tbe* wopf 'jjvon.ltb"means' the the Information of local cash this propet.ty'wl1l be sacrificed to i
Beautiful locution for hotel or ....1. Barns In Improved bualneaaluncoUinil '
These "gn&il; employers". roduoe> Ot labor from land that Intjiyffg.tBT epoliteien! visitor, /and all other .( : u ml, treating on Jliiy lee property In Miami. Will pay 3Onue the first coiner., Address or, call on the ? '
"mi; :\\t"! ; fear: on 11th street Ian. feet un Ave.
Itswe truly great emjye rq? erlnJa. of nature. CaplteueedltZt"tWfaes .t i be ? *> A" lea 'et This la per ci-nt. on InTpatment. Can bet Tropical Real Estate Exchange, W. I.
.\\f: "tu'a'//::;f .. ;:;;: >y. b..ll wlto'. -- -jI J"I> IL I :: frdh' labor, and a')ejtc-\ atpreateditr'wodd. well' to cut ... near the Iloyal! I'almllniet' property. 140 loot had at a bargain II told In the ,Metcalf, Manager ? .
kweet.MvvelrS'dlre' kind steel rail l lofcomWlv, ''tXtt.lie from Hotel I'nrk, Bargain at
.! : tory or a or a following excerpts to pasteIn next thirty days
>000.00.
._otjier. The public nilrJ. Is novt when used In production Is capital but $1' _
lag to an Inquiry Into all rims'ivllegaand 3( au
particularly, 08e forum right of wq cannot be. That la aJnriv11age. become familiar' ;. with.
If, hnveLtij4ln .g(. "hdlt"landr !!:: Now, :$300,000,000 npproxlinnttly Eight Hundred Dollars will buy anew ,
$ 4 ; leu rtrrflous burJeit" ] \ ;!! represents the value of the aetuJC The citizen's:; and officers are deerrnined 4 BROTHERS 4-room cottage neatlypaihted and
f ', *l well located. A bargain property; will
titllf 9 ot'th 9 comniYt ilty.i capital of Mr. Schwab's, I tevl I ,
Legirir/ .'A ftevSano.recent* drclslo: .'ot trust using the word capital Hi Its that eaclx and every.,,ono. pay 18 per cent on cost, in rrntala! Call
,.
at Tropical Real Estate Exchange, W. I.
tbe courts and the contents of a large true economic sense, and $1,100,000 of. these! laws 8hl1.11.be. rigidly' en- REAL ESTATE AGENTS Metcalf, Manager 8-g-tf.
part of the press and the periodical 000 represents the value of'prlvlletce in h'
\ 'indicate! Increasing Interest of the general a so called "capitalization" of l,400i,; forced, so due notice ia!! hereby

public In tbls subject and a dIsposItion 000,000.So given. MIAMI, FLORIDA :1 Call on The Tropical Real Estate Exchange

jo abolish privileges/ or, if allowing therefore tt la far more as a monopolist before prices on realt- advance.,
them continued life to subject than aa a capitalist'that Mr., Using l Firearm In Public Stases and Soiling 000-0-00

them to a substantial burden. It 18 Schwab becomes a member of the I Weapon to Minor.

mitt that; there la nothing so timid an committee of thirty-six. If the body of DlHI'llABOINn KlIIBAUMM PCBLIU.-WhO- Bargain In Orange drove In the OHIO COTTAGE.
money, and if we take privilege a* one the people do not BOO this In sharpness I; ever dlHcbargn" on any publlu'bljchway, o* Inany vlulnlty of Miami. ;Nine; Be...... In
of tl, forms of riches we may surely of outline, a, sufficiently large and I unincorporated; vlllnne, within three : ,: 4 tract..vvara Five old.aero Somali In cottmea.bearlnu; grove Will : The Ohio Cottage is the name ; .

_ say that it is tbe most timid of all tim widely scattered number do see it to, I1"na."I3'lIr.ld. of any prenilHun. any firearm, u..4.s pay tttt per rent. i>n InveMtinent.urftttln of a,flrst class boarding house con, ,
without" the perniliwloa, from the of ttt Four Thousand Uol-
Id'tblngs. It knows of danger by In- point It out and to give direction to I aid premiere, or In the dc-teuco of occupant life, limb ore lam.Wby ducted by Mrs. Nina Croegrove and
etlnct;} and In the present situation this that animus against privilege which 1 I property, shall be punltiliod by ImiirlHOnin Miss MlnnieGibson, corner of Poln- ; ,

great trust forms of privilege have better now beginning to change from thought pot exwedlna!, ; duty day, or by a !anent eettii and Fern'Streets.: Boarding

proofs than! Instinct can supply: ot to action. zaoedlna' fifty dollura.! Trout Townley pay rent,Hm when., yon Miami con. airs buy erty Wo in have, Mininl dealrablo unproved business and unlm-prop- ''CttD be bad by tbe,week or meal
real menace to their exclusive Institutions "But," It will be asked. "If the trusts $100.00 to '1000.00 ; reasonable
AN ACT Prohibiting Killing Capturing:: or etsTrn'.01". Pro7od-for'"' on easy t If anything like an Industrial war are endeavoring to draw the trades' Shooting any Deer, Alligator. Crocodile,
should break out, for that must unions Into a kind of league and covenant Water-fowl or any Wild Bird (Except

I through the wide extension of the that shall be useful to privilegewhat Crow.), Within On. fllle of the Incorporate Beautiful Building Lots For Sale, .
trades! union organization. Involve nota Is labor to get out of this commit Town of Wet Palm Bosh Florid..

few.but a vast number of worker. tee of arbitration as It Is called? Why Suction 1. Anr person or persons who shall The Lakeview addition to the '

these In) .turn exerting a sympathetic did the- labor leaders go Into It?" kill, capture or shoos any deer, alllffnfor, A. CRIPE Town' of West ,Palm Uerph is ,now
Influence over a large and Increasing that while the crocodile, water-luwl or any wild bird (oxcepttngerow. C. J.
My Judgment Is cap' .), within one mile of the cor- opened up and platted, BO that persons -
proportion of the.people. talus of monopoly sock by this means
I poratlon limits of the town of Went Palm desiring to secure suburban!
Does this not explain the present attitude to raise defense works between their Beach, Dade County, },Florida shall be punlied HEADQUARTERS FOR residence lots, every one covered
of President Schwab of the domains of privilege und the approaching OD conviction line
1& thereof by not ex- with a splendid growth! of
United States Steel!! and Iron corporation yonng
popular equal rights army the ceding ono Hundred dollar. nor lou than *
wbo fit years past was an outspoken trades unions are getting advance ten dollars., or by Imprlennmenh.otexcoedlog trees, can do so at very' reasonable!>

)t :-advocate of tbe Carnegie: company's srouud. All that the unions need to ba nlnoty days nor leiui. than tau day, or by Fine? Jewelry, Novelties t Artistic Shell Goods and gures.; .

policy of undying hostility to organizations successful In most of their fights, when both fine and ImprlHoumont, at discretion This splendidly lald-out addition JI
of workIngmen-a "labor of the court. in Souvenirs Wedding : : Black Aluminum Nov-. ,couth of
their cause la Just. Is n popular hear just town can not'be sur- ,
crusher," In other words? Does this 1111;. The greatest strike In recent AN ACT to Amend section :ant, of the Revleed passed lu location, and very soon
Toilet Articles
elties
;'% not reveal a sufficient motive for bin years -the Pennsylvania anthracite Farm.Statute Garden,Relating eta to.,Tr*.paue* on Birthday and Holiday :t: rat-class: streets! will be graded i, ,.iT

participating in a kind of love feast strike of 1000-was won because John Ruction 1. That Toilet Sets in I and everything'necessary: supplied "
1 Section :2S1T of the Resud GIfts. Sterling. ,
distinguished beads tit the trades .
!iwltb Mitchell the strike! leader, was able to a
vl Ktatntoa be no amended an to read a* to make It the most desirable home ,
1 aiiflpns! and helping to form a permanent get bill case through the newspapers ollowai Rectlon :8017. Whoever take and eition on the West !Side of Lake' ,j
love feast committee, wltb himself I' before the people. That made a public! arrlra away from any farm ararden, orchard, ,,
membt.rl1 A Full Line of Latest Magazines and Periodicals Always On Hand. Worth.
as one of Its opinion that awakened the politicians rnnge or lemon grove, or dtwtroyii any farm ,
"Bat" Interpose some, "this does not to-'ncmity, 'and they were able to use product., vegetables., fruit Or Ilowern, corn V Come early and get your choice

_ ',w look much like what Senator fauna la the threat of exposure against the railroads or cotton from the stalk or from any vlne- ot lots while prices: era low.. j ;

reported to have said about the chief Which were the real opponents yard any grape of uny mousy, value without Under Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach.

r A function of the court of arbitration or of the mine workers. The railroads bo the conaout of the owner or manager, shall y.r Yf TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,,, '
punished by
Imprisonment not exceeding" _
} 4 r committee of tblrty-sU.: feared attack their 'transportationor
7 / on three month. or by a flue not exceeding: fifty AGENTS,
What was It that Senator Hanna coal mining privileges or any revelation .
ollurx, or by both such Imerloonnient and AAAAAAAAAAA.
1 laid? ThIs: "I consider the conferencethe of the latter's great value. This ODe at the dtxcretlon of the court. AAAAA/W AAAk4AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAsty Office in Tropical Sun Clock.Don't .
greatest step ever taken for the exhibition of
brought the extraordinary: = JEn,{. W. BROIDWELI, M. D., Physician and Surgeon
v t peed settlement of disputes arising the powerful combination of railroads EegisteredPharmaclatoulcelnPr, 8to..... -
r li r .ixjtween labor and capital. The or anl- yielding to a 'labor organization which NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION = '

'j action of capital which has. come to( when It entered the fight bad no mon 't 'Forget i'

D' ata7. was an evolution wblcb was pre ey and not more than a sixteenth part taco. OKPARTMCKT UrricB AT.. OAIHKIIVII.LB or TH. iNTinion, .....*.>> CO'TTAGE' CITY PHARMACY ,1 ,
1 ceded by an organization of labor of all the mine workers In that territory Jan '::10 IIIUI. *

iwhicb also has come to stay and the In Its membership-yielding! absolutely Notice la hereby (given that the folloWing 1IKIBI &; BUOADWCLLi E That we have, at all times, '
concentration of the Interest of the and granting a 10 per cent Increase .mod settler has (lied,. notice of his Intention Proprietor.
to make anal proof In support of his claim anti a choice Hoe of ; '
I $ ,two sides which should be friendly in wages and other demands. thatead( proof will be niHde Iwfnrq John B.Ullly E
not hostile. Into the hands of a comparatively The formation of the committee of n f..8'n.: ; ':' o, at West Palminch 1.
,
Feburnry 94 tone vis: Frank
few Individuals will be for thirty-six, or court of arbitration, for Waters, a devisee' for the devieeseof Jmm C. ; Reliable Medicines ani Chemicals. FLORIDAANDWESTERNMEATS:
the best interests of both" this reason means a remarkable advance insley, decd of Ned tune.Fla, :?. b8u for theLet.4 Dealers-ill .
sad 5, Sec. a6 and tot a. 17, Vp.40 8., ,
Is the essential
this '
More wan said,but for trades unionism upon ground R..4JK.He ,
part. And what does U signify! hitherto held by the greatest of Its old name the following witnesses to prove "
It might seem like on his contlluinui resldxnue upon.aml oultlvatloo .A PULL tlNEt OYPerfumed....
!At flrst glance foes the trusts, for the trust captainsnow
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o. Hid III lid. vl : Thnnta J. Zetgler' of Nep.tu"
attempt of the monopoly leaders to agree to make the public< the .. F'IM' Noah Jones, of Neptune" Pla, : >> Rubber Goods, .'
draw the large bodies of labor Into n Judge In labor disputes and thereby Plank' McCurrly o( Neptune, Fla., William
Live
Lamb, of Neptune, Fia.tlTtt Toilet Articles Cigars and and Dressed Tur-
kind of trust to be Influenced through: before ,
guarantee the unions a bearing W. G. ROBINSON,Register. "
f few labor leaders on the principle 'toe public. The trusts may design to and Stationery. Tobacco. keys Chickens. Butter, ;

,that It Is mach easier to endeavor to avoid Ibis. difficulty by making a tool) Cheese Eggs Etc. '
_ find grounds of agreement with a few of the unions but even }f the union NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Mtt PA.UIS BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACII.rm.vmvr1fm'.Y ,

leaders tban to try the arbitrament of leaden were willing to be used, whichI Notice I la hereby given that the following
/war 'WIth tbe mass of workers. Eliminating do not believe b tue case, the massesof nmud ii'ttlur hams. Bled notion of hi* Intention *ffVYTY TTTf f f TTTf f '
of bribery of labor 'o make anal proof In support| of hi.claim. and {
be .
would not
any question the union members that said proof will bo mail* before John II.clllv Prompt Attention to Mail Orders.
chiefs, this might reasonably bethought and the trusts may find that they have ( II. iimmUHIonel at UiauiUFU.. onMoh -- + '4
i to be the easiest ot all ways made. will be used against ; inth. lieu>, vl'* :
club that Nash e. .(oni-sof Neptune, Fln. Homestead OITY' MEAT MARKETFlorfda
t to meet differences with labor. neo etb" then at the first sign of serious trou- 1ft\111\ fur tho S-B H Bee S,Tp. 41 8, H. 411.Ho :. '
New York conference and Its con bio between'them and the workers.For mime ho following witnesses to prnvAoontlniiims Faber, Bro's. Market
J
hl reddenoeupon and enltlvaelon( ind Western\ Meats, J'oultry, Game and Eggs. ,
committee of thir 'I : :: : : : : .,
sequent permanent these reasonsthe committee ol f aaiii lainlvl l Jumti* tlnlU Jr,i>f Neptune,

ty-six might be thought to be the firs 'thirty-six or court of arbitration, Fla.; Umirw WhMilen I W., Tlndall of Neptune, of Nonlune, rin.1, 1f.rii M.;HK-ltd.ward Mail Ot'data Receive: Careful Attention. West :Palm Beach. rY
teps toward an attempt lodo-' what |j seems! to be a distinct gain for labor.I .- Icy, of MeptunoFltt. ,

t b. Post In the Chicago, Public I IllelU'Y Oeorce: ;Jr. in Phllodslphla 5.7.01 W. O. ROBINSOSf, Ktglatar.' ,t.et_ "'.JeiJC&r' on Block, WEST :PALM BEACH. O'9II! ,.: ; ." ,. {,.',."
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:: all these' matters were carefully deliberated CURRENT COMMENTWhat newspapers which appear simultaneouslywith
THE TROPICAL SUN. that of the Jacksonville dally. The
In book
to be compiled Lake City Index: la one of them It says: Pre
Pioneer Paper of Dads County Florida.i form. There were fifty members in Our Brothers of: fht :'Tripod "That Pensacola Investigation, as OS pee Q

attendance from the following Pencil, Shears and Paste-Pot we the stated quarantine last week trouble, proves was right that r.
PUBLISHING COMPANY: Illinois ,
TROPICAL SUN States: Alabama, Georgia, at home: and now the boys will\ have +
i g GUt I. MHTCAtF, KDitoa.HKD Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts Have To Say On Some fun pulling! each others hair." : and IJSiy ESTOPS .''

Minnesota :Missouri! North Timely Topics. The Tampa Times is another. It says:
," .... IVIHV FRIDAY' '''' "Pensacols, its in warfare on State
.
7. ,;,,, AT WtaT PALM"" BIAOH.OAO"" COUNTY. FLORIDA' '''',, Carolina/ /South:: Carolina, Pennsylvania ---- Health Officer J. Y Porter, is coming Will find THE TKOPICL SUN 4

Texas, Virginia, South Dakota Compare This With F. E. 0. Extortion. dangerously near convincing: loaded to the muzzle every week k
PRICE! 12-00 A YCAR. that gentleman doing his
SUBSCRIPTION and North Dakota. The guarantee of a Specially low duty. with Just the Information they want,
the line of the L. & N. should
freight on '
Entered at the Poatomce of Wed Palm Beach The active membership ia this organization give Florida a big business In watermelons There is a, singular coincidence in the _. Try It and be oon-vlooed. if
4.. a.aecond.UM matter. I is confined exclusively to for the coming season. There is appearance of all these comments in .
c6"j I members of the Railroad Commissions space to be filled here alongside Georgia, different parts of the State at the same Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Month, $1 ; Three Months Oct
j FEBRUARY 21, 1902. Times-Union and Citizen. time, and inasmuch as there ban been
,
'' FRIDAY
:7 of the several States and the from
no report either the Investigating
/ .........,..,..
; members of the Inter-State Com- committee or the newspapers of this :
.h THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF Tough on the People.Mr. city to justify them, the coincidence
i:1-
CommisMion.
merce becomes all the more singular.
,: RAILROAD COMMISSIONED bus met, i The Constitution provides for hon Flagler Is not but-were be s Does some one actually know where { lappy.lome{

;;;, bas visited Flortdaand has adjourn orary members, from tbe various could candidate win for bands United down States without senator spending-he the he taken trouble it lies?himself Arid if to he Inform does these has .

,j sr\ ed, and all this without official recognition Railroad Organizations of the so much aa a nickel. For his magnificent upon .
newspapers of the fact? Or is some If ----"':' ---'--
Florida's Railroad Com- gifts to the State of Florida in all you use "
r'j : by Country, all who are interested hav one trying to Influence public sentimentby
manner of the people would be all
ways
mission. Although Invited to participato ing an opportunity to be heard, and too glad to confer this honor upon him placing the responsibility on other
; shoulders than his in advance
own, of : T.
s i: 1'' in the deliberations of this tbe most pleasant: relations exist be- -Ocala Banner. the investigating committee's report? The Famous ; RNI? <2.

.J h .1 Important body and to join in the tween that body and the Accounting ..---- There are but three persons from !
visit to our State, they i whom such information could author. '
excursion
i Association of Railway Accountants Solid Sense In This. itatively, emanate. One is Surgeon- -4PAIN1.: /
were conspicuous by their absence of both the Steam and Street Rail- No matter what may be the views of General Wyman in Washington; one li ; '

1 .; in both instances. Can it be that the'I way Companies of America./! The representative men, they are entitled to Dr. J. Y. Porter in Key West; and the ._ I
other is Penaacola's physician Dr, --
respectful> consideration; therefore the port ,
moment; latter organizations were represented Tampa Herald Is right when it says: White. It does not seem reasonablethat We have just received
'I : in the Convention, on the part of "Newspaper slings at the personnel of Surgeon-General Wyman would a big lot. :Buy
f, t Or way it that they fenredro compromise Steam Railways by II. M. Itocbers- the signers of the proniinciatnento (la tender such information to the news in such large quantities enables us to < ':
.j favor of the dispensary system whichwas papers. It Is equally as unreasonable the lowest .
theirpvident"standin"with prices
\ and! C. I. Stur- and to secure chea .
Clifford
l' .' berger, J. O. I issued some time ago will have no that Dr. White would convict himself *
:-. .t the Interests they seem more desirous I gts.; The Street: Railway AccountingOfficers' effect. Some of the strongest and with his own words, as such information freights, and places us in a position
to serve than those of the producers ablest members ot the Legislature at- would do did it come from him. Who give our patrons BOOK "
Association'of America were BOTTOM
then could PKIOES
... ? tached their names thereto men'whoare have given it?
Florida
of W. P.; Ham, II. C. of and Will our contemporaries who seem to
a. represented by above suspicion trickery If you once use it you will have no other Come in and
4' i N. There double dealing and when the campaign be so well informed in the premises get familiar with our
:Mackay![ and C. Duffy. PAINT DEPARTMRNT,
to begins they will have to be reckoned please answer?-Pensacola Journal.
WE WONDER IF IT HAS OCCCIIBBD were also present, H. C. Askew, expert -I with. They cannot be whistled down W. P. '
HATCHEXT'Hardwai
: the ladies of this town that there is Accountant of the Texas: Com- with wind."

much they could do by an organized mission, Hon. Joseph Bidwell, Chief It IS THE OPINION: OF THE PEOPLE'S' JEFFERSON BLOCK '

effort to make and keep the place Grain Inspector of the State of Illi Standard Oil Jealousy. PAPER that the time baa come for S

clean and tidy. In some towns the tbe formation of an active, aggressive ; -
nois. Pensacola is again at peace with
': ladies have an organization; that The" Inter-State Commission was herself and all the world, and we Business Men's League or Board oii

provides neatly painted barrels represented by Edward A. Moseley, may Health reasonably'hope would now the be State allowed Boardof to of Trade. The time to push the business J. B. MCGINLEY & c

'. placed at every street corner, and Secretary and N. S. Becker, Assist stop at one of her hotels Of Course interests and industries of a.

bearing invitation to deposit orange; ant The Southern Rail she la sorry she spoke so vehement town Is when the work Is not all
Secretary.
t of and refuse ly, but indiscretion Is one of the uphill. There much that could be .. Strictly First-Class
..
+ paper
f I' peels scraps way was represented' by E. A. Neal, penalties: attaching: to extreme ,
b '" therein. An effort made by the General Freight Agent and It. W, youth and our neighbor has just done to interest capital and enter- a

ladles would secure more for the become an oil town, on top of all prises seeking investment, that concerted House-Furnishings
Division
Hunt PIS8enj1erlent.; / her other prosperities.-Times- ,
; ', town's good in one month than the Convention official action would accomplish ,.
the
of
i I; After adjournment Union and Citizen.
b Vf other body could in a where individual effort would Draperies, Window Shades
Council or any the South Carolina Commission: What seems to be the matter with ,
: year. Are the ladies sufficiently interefted excursion to entertain you ? This is the second time you have fail This suggestion Is made in the ', '
Wall
an
got up editorially ignored the fact that the Papers I a
'"
and to that it will receive serious
to organize; help these gentlemen aud their wives and joint committee on quarantine Investigation hope consideration ,

,, make the Cottage City the pride of daughters, numbering; 110, which required has but begun': its work, and have at the hands of our business Wick: rs Japanese

the East Coast ? It can be done, three and five sought to create the impression through men and property owners. I ,.
private cars out the State that its labors had endedin
t ; and easily. Is the effort not worth Pullman care, and this special train a fiasco after having; been duly informed and Enamel Goods

the making? visited Columbia, S. C., St. Augustine of the status of the investigation. Pardon Issued to Thaddeus Sallus.TbadJeus .
The committee, in seeking a disclosure
,
r : Palm Beach and Miami. Yiiur of material facts was confronted by the Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County

AND Lot I AND BEHOLD I As the scribe met a number of the distinguished refusal of witnesses-Marine Hospital Sauna, who was convicted: r
Service employees testify withoutthe at the fall term of the Circuit Court jn Jefferson Block
the and found themhappyand
Summer campaign; draws nigh visitors, consent of their superiors at Wash. Dade County A. D. 1900 of the crimeof ..> >10111 tf

!. '. Honorable Joseph, known as the contented, delighted with ington.! That consent being obtained, "breaking and entering the storehouse s---
of the Democratic Executive all they sm but an every sky has the committee will be reconvened for a '
Chairman <.W
; continuance of its proceedings.! Please of F. W. McCurdy, and was Do You Want "a
Committee ot Dade,gathers him. its cloud, tbe ones that should not take notice and act accordingly.-Pen- thereupon sentenced to the State pen

self together: and starts in with a have been, "(ere absent. Neither of sacola News. itentiary for three years at' hard labor, We have them to Sell,and If we have 1 1

ten-strike to assure his beloved the three Railroad Commissioners of !i was pardoned on Thursday at tbe meeting Just none what on hand you toeult want,w can build

friends and allies, the Republicans Florida were present, although they Janns-Faced Democracy, of the pardoning board.-Ocala Cap

of Dade, tbat he is still theirs and had been! invited, and notified, to It i is just as well, perhaps, to have ital. We are also Prepared

.- they are his.". Saturday.last he con- join In the deliberations ot tbe Con- Mr. Bryan do all the grumbling To Furnieh_
E. Church ,
against the government as to have n. : Services.:
cluded It was time to be up and vention as well as in the pleasures of all the people do it, as they would Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. r.

doing, so he ordered a petition the Excursion. However, the Deputy have done had he .been elected-. The following Is the order of servicesin

drawn that signatures might be secured County Clerk of Dade, Mr. S. O. Tampa Tribune. the Methodist Church, to which a Write or call on us for Anything In -

I for the appointment of his Fitts, being/ an old railway employe, slush Just as how the the above Tribune and cnn still publish claim relationship such. cordial invitation Is given to stranger : Our Line that you need

friend Haighttof the Republican Con connected with the' North-Western with the Democratic party is Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. Preachingat Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

gressional Committee of this district, Accounting Department in Chicago/ one of the wonders of the age. Bryan :II a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Bpworth .,..) .

as Justice of the Peace for Pal Deoch won invited by J. O. Clifford, Freight In was the a nominee last campaign of the, and Democratic the newspaperthat party League Devotional Meeting at 3 p. m. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville v ,fl', ." .
Rev. C. Fred Blackburn Pastor "
bailiwick. Then be sum monsed a lead. Auditor of above Company, to join publishes such dirty fling at theparty's 12-4 PROPBlaTOB 'I

lug; Republican to see that tbe petition the party which he did, and five minutes democratic standard-bearer principle hasn't about an It.:ounceof Republicanism Celebrated Palmist, Here. Marine Railways. ;;;; v

circulated and signed afterward he was aboard the S W.
is rapidly ; was never rankerPalmetto ----- "
:News. Madame Naomi, the celebrated palm. K 0 tOHO tO lito lit 0lOttOilO lito lito lito lit tO t01t6 lito lOt0 11 "
that it might be rushed off to Tellal Special, the Florida Commissioners o tOtOHO.lito IItc O .f"
t" 1st of New York City, is here for a short ':: ',
Brother Walpole of the Palmetto News, w'j"
l, hasseee, with the Hon. Joseph's en- were not missed. After; Mr. Fitts at this day and time ought to know thatIt time. Persons wishing hand-readings | Truscott Boat MTg\ Co. I IO \
Pnlm
.. dorsement attached, before someone bhowed them the sights of is the proper caper for an individualto will 2nd her ia Room 19, Jefferson r :.:
else, not ot his liking, kind aud con- Beach and Miami and escorted themto Block. It :
O
: CONSTRUCTORS OP
claim to be a trne member of a party .' '
," trol, perchance a Democrat might the train to say farewell, they and yet support the candidates!. of the For Charter.A 0 \ .,a v/

:. apply for the position. But Joseph pulled him on the train and told him opposition. We never beard:/ of this .r I High Grade Pleasure Craft ,:';i"5."

i and hilt Republican ally are doubtless! he could never leave it until it left phenomenon before Mr. Bryan's first twenty-foot yawl rigged craft. Snlt. It Oft ..; ::
able for this
Address O
:' happy ere this, and any suspicion the confines of the State of Florida. candidacy; but first in 1892, and then in or call cruising on TUB on TROPICAL coast SUN for o Vapor Marine Motors. ftI '.,

: that his chief political supporters When your scribe met the train on 1896, about 135,000 Democrats .voted further Information. i J. D. C. MORRIS Agent o

may have had as to a change of its way North at West Palm Beach, against Mr. Bryan, the regular Democratic Vital's Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S j "! ro

r j heart are laid to rest. they had given Mr. Fitts tbe sou- \ nominee, aud today they are West Palm Beach, Florida, V.i'. .
preaching harmony in the party I The MANHATTAN SHIRTS-ANTHONYS' It .
Fitts.
0
briquet of Encyclopedia 'd
Montgomery Advertiser It the organ of OkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkO .OC .,
l oNe would like to make personal Golf
the i in Alabama today -
VISIT OF PROMIMENT PEOPLE. regular Democracy
,. mention of all the distinguished gen: (so it claims) and is contending I Relit 4
At Camden Plneburst Old 'Fl\ctory911'S'Ol7'.
,
., no MANON'S '
important tlemen and charming ladies who that the Democratswho Home
,A..t Probably more 6,500,000 misguided Point Comfort and Virginia Beach. u f JMO, West Bay St.Ottlce r'
P>. body of men ever visited Florida were on this Excursion, but as we voted for Bryan in 1896 ought to Double dully service via the Sea- Cast 1\11111..1'1'1 of' GUAVA sort HaleM- '":
JELLY
I,"';, ., thnn those comprising the excursion only had time to meet those on the repent of their folly and come back into board Air Line Railway. OiinvuJelly Ht roorn.41111Vflay, Jackgoiivlllo. 'J

ti:' party that came down the East private cur containing the Illinois the parly.-Fensacola Freaa. CANDY Branch "Htnna' and Anren. .1

Coast last week, returning from here delegation; we only met Judge CIc- rl..la Coat all Towns on ...(

," Tuesday ero J. Lindley, who is destined to Lethe Startling Information.A ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.In .

The 13th Annual Convention oft next Speaker of the House of few newspapers in the State seem .---- .. .
'y the Circuit, Court Sevcutbj -----.---- .....----.......
t the National Association of Railroad Illinois, and Mrs. Lindley Mr. and to have received some "inside" information Judicial Circuit. Ia Chanced
j + from a source which people over Dado County, Florida. )
Commissioners which met in SIll Mrs M. Ieyers, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. (his would be glad to locate. The CRAYONS. WATER COLORS

t t. Francisco on June 7th, 1001, adopt: Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Shu- war the information indicated by Thouins: .HobaonTII. 5 i Bill lor BlToix-o.
and Mrs. McNeil Mr. Julius the following from the Times-Union and Annie' Hobnail j !
e ed Charleston S. C., as the location bert. !!Ir. !

a for their 14th Annual meeting to beheld I II. Raible, and Mrs. C. N. Duffy the Citizen"Those: who took it for grantedthat attorney It appearing lu time by above affidavit staled ot cause complainant'. that tliifwldunua RieHHRD E. RESLER,

tt + February 11th, 1902. charming young wife of C. Newbitt the trouble at the Pensacola ol Annl Ilobiou, the detoudant

f { At the San I Francisco! meeting a Duffy, General Auditor of the Chi- quarantine station could be laid at therein named) unknown and that she In
the door of the State Health Board Photogfaphet
\ over the altO of twenty.one. years: It IH therefore .
Mr.
number of pap'ere of National Railroad Company.
on subjects cago City will\ note the result of the investigation ordered. tbat euld, defendant be and mime IB I
1; importance were assigned different Duffy attended the Convention, but which shows thAt all the fire hereby required to appear to tbe Bill ot Complaint CLEMATIS AVENUE I
Il r members for preparation and had to return to Chicago to attend behind the tempest in a teapot had filed. In laid cause on or before Monday .
I !
been home. should Opposite Masonic
lighted at
of the : Why ,tbe 5th day of May A. D. Kin:*, other.n .. Temple.
,I presentation at the Charleston meeting the Annual Meeting Company guilt be presupposed when all experience :
T ; txe the allegatlona ol aid bill will be taken
among which were the following: on Monday, the 18th. Returning to should lead to the concla. a.. uonfeiwed bv Bold Defendant.It West Palm
sion that Dr. Porter had done his Beach
.; ':: 1. ClassificationofOperatiogand !St.: Augustine, ho joined Mrs Duffy simple duty, fully and firmly, but In furtbor ordered that this order be pub. Fla. $
Hulled once week for eight
a oaneeeutlveweeks
i ,, I'; Construction Expenses of Electric Wednesday morning. Another very nothing more ? Cannot the lesson In Tan TROPICAL SUN a newspaper, ._-------._......._----- .
t time we met were Mr. be studied to .teach next wisdom
In
RailwlYR.j'd' pleasant pnrty time?" published said.County and Htato.
t 2. Grade-CroHHingn.. and Mrs. Wm. D. pain, Comptrollerof This February 2*lit, 10O3. -
This is indeed news of a most unusual [Ct. Ct. Real] E. U. DEARBORN.
t 1;+ S. Railroad Taxes, and Plans for the. Washington Traction and nature, and in view of the apparent authority H. B. 6ADNDEU8. Clfl-k Circuit Court

Ascertaining Fair Valuations for Electric Co.. Washington D. C., and and confidence with, which our Solicitor for Complainant.
,;;;I ( Jacksonville contemporary speaks, we : AI rf Kaufmann TheJPhotographer h hStudio +
h ; Railroad Property. Mr. and Mrs. Neal, of the same city. may naturally infer that it will not be Pp

% t''.:,1 ,:" 4. Expenses of Operating and Another distinguished party were adverse to answering a few questions n STRAYED. : '

j t ,J instructing Steam Railways. Lieutenant Governor Gobtn of Pennsylvania concerning the information which it 14 i y In chmld Block, g ;,r+ :
14, vouchsafes.To There ha been taken up by George Qalf ofMongonla "
5. The Uniform Classification; and and Ex-Governor L. J. 1-8-" WEST PALM BKACH. FLORIDA. 'I,'
begin with, where did the information / a stray hone, deanrtbed a* 101.I" "
r ; F r Simplification of Tariff Sheets. Storey ot Texas. The former represents come from, and on what authoritydid i ....: A dark bay buna,about ilitwn.. hands /
i'Y' i'' tbe informant base hU startling report -i hlyrh,blind In the right ..,... tT.-l... claimed ,t;
,,, i. 0. Railway Statistics. a State which gave McKinley ? The Times-Union and Citizen l II y the owner, and ."aM uf Impounding nod '
5 '' 7. Legislation. 200,000 majority; the latter State tells us to "note the result of the .Investigation adv.rtl.ingispaid. ;l the uuderalnned'/ willon LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS "

8. Safety: Appliances.! which gave Wm. J. Bryan 200,000.and which show, etc." In view of Monday, March Urd, 100.1: at lu o'el the fact that the investigation has not in., on th. premium ol said aeurm.Gala, at A. T. ROSE, Proprietor.10.18.tf
,t+ 0. Delays Attendant Upon Enforcing I it was certainly amusing to hear yet been concluded and that no .'result"b. kniffinla. Dade County, Florida,wll aid .

Orders of Railroad Coramia the repartee of these gentlemen as .. been announced the question above home, a. provided by law. Launches, Yachts, Sail and Flab 'Boats, Row Boats .
becomes alt the interesting, and D. BQlh to Orier and binghys
more McCUKN
bock each other to Overhauled r
at
as
..ion.... they got Repaired
or
JIaul.d
tbe whole matter taken on a decidedly Countable 8rd Justice District, Dade County, Oat. ,
10. Rate and Rate-making. which state was I light as regards tbe ugly aspect. Nor is the latter diminished Florida. Boat Yards at MangonU. .;

The meeting was satisfactory vote oust.A any by the comments of otber i February. sit t110?. P. o. addr.., WEST PALM: BEACH, FLA, ;. .(,,1



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: Gs TR Aj EAD NEW RAIL-LINE--PROPOSED. GEORGIA COTTON CROP. A TRAGEDY OP THE SEA. FIGHT WITH BLACK BANDITS. If PATIENTS' NARROW


rPY Illinois Central Prepares an Aggressive Commissioner Steven Estimates Same Captain Blatfhford. of the !Bark! Chas Two Negroes. Attack Florida Sheriff

0 EAT QUAKE Invasion Into Alabama. at 1,300,000 Bales. Loring.Tella Thrilling Story. While Being Jailed. FIRE
Sumtervllle. Fla., Feb. .-Henry ESCAPEJROM
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 17.The Illinois Atlanta, Feb. 18.-The state depart. Savannah, da.. Feb. 15.-Captain
? e. -- -"- Central 'has determined to Invade merit; of agriculture sticks to Its estimate Blatchford of the bark Charles Lor Wilson and Julius Ooodwln notorious rrKellogg
ofcano of bales for the Georgia lug, which arrived yesterday from negro outlaws, made a savage attackon ; '
Adds to Alabama tn an aggressive way, it ap 1,300,000 Deputy Sheriff Charles Lane Sat. : Sanitarium of Battle
pears. it now develops that the pros cotton crop despite the assertion In New York tells a thrilling story of

the Horror. I pectlve line of road from Decatur. Ala., many quarters that it will reach 1,500- his experience and the probable( loss urday afternoon as he was leading corri I Creek, Mich, Burned.
them: Into their cells from the
I to Jasper Ala? is to be built by the 000 or 1,000,000 bales or thereabouts. of two shipwrecked seamen off the .
dor. The officer knocked to the
was
0 HOUSES WERE DESTROYED Illinois Central Instead of by the It waslallt', August that Commissioner North Carolina coast during the night MAIN BUILDING IS DESTROYED
floor and seriously. wounded.
of Feb. 6, when a fearful storm and ,
Louisville and Nashville.The O. B. Stevens gave out an estimate ,
The then through the jail.er's
men ran
--- cold
-
i statement IB that this road will that the Georgia crop would not go prevailed.
Further Details of Selamlo Disturbance bo finished as rapidly as Is possible over 1,300,000 bales. The Georgia receipts Captain Blatchford heard a cry tor residence and were attacked by One Woman and a Glrll Have Broken "M ,i P
Mrs. Lane, who was rushing to the assistance
,t- In Country Surrounding Sham. and will then be extended to Tuaca- up to date are about 135.000 help which seemed to come from al of the officer with a Winches' Limbs By Jumping from Third Story !!'i"
bales ahead of the date last most under his vessel. Looking over '
".,aks, ,Show That the Disaster Was loose about 60 miles farther on, and same the side he saw two in ter rifle and repeating< gun in her Windows-Loss on the Property Will j
to men an open
but have
then 150 miles farther to Jackson year, they already begun i H ,
Even Worse Than at First Reported. Miss. There a Junction with the main fall off rapidly In comparison. with boat. One was lying down as. If dis hands. Amount to $300,000. ,
The and '
abled. A thrown negroes attacked her (I,
last Last total receipts rope was hastily
Baku Trana Caucasela Feb 17. line of the Illinois\ Central's system year. year's wrenched the from her hands. Feb. The
E overboard and struck the small. boat gun Battle Creek. Mich., p
will be thus third were 1,295,000 bales.
44 Details which are ,slowly arriving at made, forming a but the too The woman's screams attracted a great Kellogg sanitarium waa entire
men probably
"We stand by our estimate ot 1- were over
p, Baku from Shamaka show that 2,009 route through Alabama to New Or. 800,000 bales'* Colonel Stevens said come by cold to seize it. A boat was great crowd and the negroes barricaded ly destroyed by lire early today. The '

persons, mostly women and children leans. yesterday. "There be bales manned and let down for rescue but themselves behind their victim main building< Is entirely gone and the C j'ill'If'
%, rrlshed as a result ot the earthquaket The company already owns a line may 75.QQO the seas were so high that It was almost and began using their weapons on all hospital is now afire. M
though [ hardly think SQL But it
10 miles long from the Frisco road at more,
> week and that 4,000 houses were swamped and one of the Bailors who entered the house. George Stafford Four hundred patients were taken -:
will at the
not beyond that amount
Wlnfleia coal In
to tha Brilliant mines go
)' ,\ J strayed knocked overboard. By the time the a young white man was dangerously out safely. But two accidents occur-
outside. I have watched the crop
Thirty-four villages of the country Marlon county. It also has a traffic sailor bad been rescued the other boat wounded in the head with a red during the removal of the patients.One .
closely and from observations and
surrounding/ Shami'ka also suffered. agreement with the Frisco for haulingover my had disappeared club and Willie Porter, another white woman and a girl, names un
its road from WlnQeld to Aberdeen the port receipts I am satisfied this ,
To add to the terrors of the neigh- The Loring cruised back and forth man, was badly. wounded In a clinch known, became frightened and Jumped
will close to correct. Everything
the coal from Brilliant prove
getting out
orbood a volcano near the village until morning without getting any fight. from third story windows. Both have
.
has been favorable to the gathering
mines fuel. -
farasy haa broken out Into active whlch.it controls for further Bight of the boat or its occu In a few minutes news of the bat broken legs. The origin of the lire Is
bet. (
of the and it
i. -t..1! Lion: A great crevasse has appeared It has completed a survey from West crop came on I, pants. Captain Blatchford is certain tie at the sheriff's house spread unknown.

whence immense flames and Point Miss, to Wlnfield a distance of ter than was expected. While ahead the receipts of that both must have perished. through the town. Places of businesswere The main building, which has bean ;

treame of ]lava are being thrown out.Jlie 60 miles.In now are considerably closed and scores of people with destroyed was 132 by 100 feet and six
'" building the road from Jasper to what they were last year they are I
course of the river Oeonchalka BLAZE AT PELHAM GA. all kinds of weapons ran to the scene. stories high.
4 Has been altered in consequence of its Tuscaloosa It is very likely a turn now beginning to run behind what The negroes had rushed upstairs and As soan as the fire was discovered ,

JboA being dammed with earth which eastward will be made, so as to take they were last year at the rate of Warehouse and Dwelling Burned. barricaded themselves from the throng watchmen ran through the corridors '. '
"
4 Md 'been disturbed by the earth. in the Birmingham district, and the about 28,000<1 bales a week. Loss Estimated at 10000. below. arousing the sleeping patients on each "'

'r 1i'J, ;1 fkke. coal fields of Bibb county. This would Pelham, Ga., Feb. 15.-The cotton Lee Graham one of the moat prom. of the six: : floors. '; ,

Battalions of guards and detachments require possibly 75 miles more of track SOUTHERN PROGRESS.The seed warehouse of the Hand Trading inent young men In the city, with gun Many of them were unable to help )I'' ,

of soldiers with tents have been than if a straight line was followed but company together with about 700 tons In hand, attempted to reach the sec themselves and were carried to( places .I

w. dispatched to Shamaka to aid in the It would give the system access to the New Industries Reported In the of cotton seed was destroyed by lire ond floor and waa shot dead on the of safety by the nurses. The corridors I

,- ,'t pork of rescue. greatest freight producing section of South In a Week. yesterday morning. The building is a steps. filled with smoke very rapidly \
'. the south. Chattanooga Feb. 18.-Among the total wreck and the seed are almost In the excitement following the murder of the
The Red Cross society Is active In} and about half the inmates 'i S!
alleviating distress. The exports of coal from the port ot more important of the new Industries wholly ruined by the lire and water. the men escaped through the back building were forced to come down the "

Pensacola ate now very large. They i reported by The Tradesman for the The dwelling of W. S. Atkinson, Im- and though several shots were fired at fire escapes. The sanitarium stood on ,I Ia d

BOY'S INHUMAN ACT. would no doubt be as heavy from New ''I week ended Feb. 15 are the following: mediately across the street, waa also them in pursuit they managed to get hill and the water pressure was low, '

r Orleans If there was competition in A $10,000 brick and tile works at Kenton totally destroyed, together. with all the away. Both of them are believed to therefore the water supply was insuf ;

1 ely Sets Fire to His Baby haulage lines from the coal districts I Tenn.; a broom factory at Bar outhouses only a portion of the furniture be seriously wounded.REMARKABLE ficient.

Sister's Clothing.ond of Bibb'and Jefferson counties, wherethe nard, N. C.; a canning factory at Rich- being saved. By tho moat strenuous Both the main buHdlng and the hospital .

Ind,, Feb. 15.-Willie most Of the product now sent out burg N. C.; a $50,000 coal mining efforts of the assembled crowd RECORD MADE. are now in ruins. It is almost

o the' 3-year-old son of Mr. and of the country originates.. company at Birmingham Ala.; cotton the large cotton ginnery of W. S. At. miraculous that none of the Inmates ,

Mrs. John Nowak, of this city, Is said gills at Bessemer and Drone, Ala., and kinson and the oil mill of the Hand Building Permits Issued Since Jacksonville I lost their lives. The loss will oe about '.

to- have deliberately set fire to the PUBLIC BUILDING FOR SELMA. Small Fla.; ,a $75,000 cotton and wool. Trading company were aaveM from the Fire. $300,000, according to the latest esti w; :

clothing of his baby sister and watch. en mill at Lincolnton, N. C.; a $30-. flames. For a time it seemed that Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 17.-The mates. .-.

ed her burn to death. Senate Bill Appropriating $100,000 for 000 company to manufacture dying ma that entire portion of the town was week's record In the rebuilding ot -',

e At the; inquest over the body of the Same. chines at Chattanooga; flouring mill at doomed.( Jacksonville places the total number FIRE AT LOUISVILLE.Belt ,,1

child It developed that after the father Washington Feb. IB.-Artec: he row Salem, N. C.; a grist mill at Bessemer. During the lire J. M. Hurst, manager of permanent buildings at even 17,*

i' of the children a fireman; had gone tine business today tne senate passeda Ala.; a $10,000 hardware company at for the Hand Trading< company, and Iron Company's Plant Burned I h

,v to his work the mother reprimanded bill appropriating $100,000 for a pub Newnan, Ga.;, a knitting mill at High was struck on the head by a falling 000.Since June 1 ot last year permits -Loss 100000. .' dj

1tl the boy tor some trifling fault and lic building at; Selma, Ala. Shoals, Oa,; a $20,000 lumber com timber and badly stunned. have been Issued from the office ol Louisville Ky., Feb. 18.-Flre, which ,

'locked both children in the kitchen The senate then resumed consideration pany at Molina Fla.; a $25,000 lumber The entire loss Is estimated at $S.- Building Commissioner Prioleau for broke out at 7:15 o'clock this mornIng .' ,

Awhile aha went to a grocery store. In of the bill establishing a perms company at Tarboro, N. C.; a $600,000 000 to 10000. Both losses were partially 162 brick and stone buildings and for partially destroyed the plant of a 1

one corner of the kitchen was a cupboard nent census bureau. The pending lumber and mining company at Covered by Insurance. -The origin 1,538 frame buildings. It will thus the Louisville Belt and Iron company .., rat

In which, was stored matches. amendment us that Of Mr. Lodge to Waynesboro N. C.; a $20.000 lumber of the fire which was first discovered be seen that Jacksonville in less than Second and L streets in this ,city ;

The,mother was.absent about 15 Kiln* amend! the paragraph relating to the mill at Clayton, N. C.; a $1,000,000 oil in the cotton seed. room la 10 months has built enough houses to causing' a loss of 100000. ,

utea. When she returned and opened, retention of employes so that it would company at Rome, Ga.; an oil com unknown. make a creditable city alone. This The flames started in. the heading ."

the kitchen door the sickening smellof read "that all employes of the twelfth pany at Cookevllle, Tenn.; a $50,000 number of houses represent the expenditure room of the mills. A pipe carrying "
burning dealt almon oil and gas< company at Winchester, HIS SKULL WAS CRUSHED. of millions of dollars and '
ed I office at the date of the passage many crude oil to the furnaces exploded: : and
.. msuaavs e.en who. Lms vu -Jt.ukrS. act who are retained in the Tenn.; a packing plant at ackson the character of the construction puts the oil coming Into contact with the

; ;d:7J: );:, I'-'.. 1i'i tend;; burned permanent census above the grade of Tenn.; a $50,000 paper mill at Pensa. Fatal Accident to Young Man In. : Jacksonville ahead of any city twice molten metal at once began to blaze

i almost beyond recognition. Standingnear skilled laborers skall be and they are cola, Fla.; a'plow factory at Chatta Worth County. I its size In the south.A fiercely. \

by was her little brother watch. hereby without further examination nooga; a telephone company at More- Albany. Ga., Feb. 15.-At Doles, : very large number of these buildings By the time the engines arrived the i

,ing the flames which had begun to under the provisions of the civil ser head City N. C.; a veneer factory atMcMlnnvllle. Worth county, J. T. Champion, a prom cost from $30,000 to $80,000 each, lIre had gained such headway that it ::1

v, eat In i2_ pine, floor of the room. vice act." Tern., and a plant at SI. inent young man of that community, while the Windsor complete; throughout could! not be checked, and the entire v

?' ho is precocious and talk. I; In support Of his amendment Mr. ler City N. C., to manufacture wagon was thrown from his buggy and killed, cost 325000. plant covering two and a halt acres "' t,

r "at the Inquest that be hade Lodge argued that if all the persons at wheels and chair stock He had started to drive from his hometo was soon burned, the firemen being .

baby's clothes. He exhibited present In the employ of the census the residence of a young lady a DEWEY DECLINES A DINNER. handicapped by frozen water plugs F.

no grief upon being shown the office\ should be placed arbitrarily HORRIBLE SUICIDE OF PRINTER.New mile and a half distant, when his and an Insufficient supply of water. :

charred body. within the classified service without horse became unmanageable and ran Wife's Illness Prevent. Acceptance of The plant was one of the largest '
Orleans Man Jumps In Front of '
, examination would work Ambassador's Invitation.
further
a away. of Its kind In me south and was origi
LADIES FORM GUN CLUB. hardship upon those who had taken Seaboard Train. One ot the wheels of the buggy Palm Beach, Fla., Feb. 18.-Admiral nally organized several years ago In .

civil service examination and were on Savannah Ga., Feb. 18.-T. J. Reed struck a stump and Mr. Champion Wall Dewey has received the following Anderson Ind., by Louisville capitalists ,

i Will Protect Themselves, Against, Assaults the eligible list. a printer supposed to be from New thrown out. His head struck a tree from Washington: under the name of the Anderson .

1 '' : of Black Brutes. Orleans committed suicide yesterday and his skull wall crushed to a Jelly. "Will you dine with me on Feb. 28. Belt and Iron company. Later it was

J' ;. : I:r Richmond Va, Feb. 18.-A Ladles' BOYS MAKE "QUEER" MONEY. afternoon by Jumping in front of a He lived for two hours. 'The young at 7:30: p. m., to have the honor to removed to this city and its name I

"l Gun club formed thai Its members moving Seaboard Air Line train near man was a son of Rev. J. M. Championand meet his royal highness, Prince Henry changed. The company was capital'
Police Unearth Another White Oak, Camden county. a successful merchant. of PrussleT-Holleben, Imperial German
I *may learn the use of firearms and be Birmingham ized at 150000. The loss is covered
Engineer Cook first saw the man beside "
,. ;. able to protect themselves, has been Gang of Counterfeiters ambassador. by insurance amounting to $48,000 and
r "to'.' organized at Vinton, In Roanoke coun I Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 17.-On a [ the track and wall horrified to Duncan Dies from Wound. Admiral Dewey replied as follows: the plant will be rebuilt at once. '
: see him step upon the track In front "I exceedingly not to accept
Atlanta Feb. 17.-Police Officer regret
ty. The rules of the club require ev charge, of counterfeiting Ernst Matthews -
ox the train. He stopped only after Duncan who shot by his wife Sat Invitation to dine and have the
was your
ery member to carry a pistol In plain a 10-year-old boy Is under ar SOUGHT DEATH IN BLIZZARD. "j
Reed had been cut in two. A coroner's week died at the honor of again meeting his royal high "
night a ,
urday ago ;
it. 4
view and to learn how to use 1(0.(
7
The organization resulting from tho rest.He and ten companions are,alleged Jury exonerated Cook from Grady hospital this morning. He began ness. Prince Henry of Prussia but Barefooted r and Thinly Clad Girl "1

t'?{ several recent attempts at assaults to have received Instructions from an blame. Read had a card showing he to sink rapidly yesterday afternoon Mrs. Dewey is too ill for me to leave Leave Home at Night. ."u "

has been under discussion some weeks, old man and established a miniature was a member of the Typographical and early In the evening the physicians her.-George Dewey the admiral ol Greenville, S. C., Feb. 18-The dead

i Mrs. Daniel Powell living at Vln mine near the North Birmingham fur' union at New Orleans. announced that he was dying the navy." body of Eliza Goodlet, a white girl 23 i

ton, went into her hall Saturday night nace, here they manufactured silver The' death was reported to the coroner years old was found Saturday morn- I 1.a,
and struck a match when a negro blewit quarters from crude molds. Several of Fell Dead at Prison Door. and he will probably hold an In' GUNBOAT MACHIAS DAMAGED. Ing covered In snow .about 2 miles ii''', :
Raleigh, Feb. 18.-A. J. Carroll, a quest today when all the facts In the ,'. 'i'
out and grabbed her by the arm the coins were successfully passed on from Oreers. ,
wrenching it severely. Screams merchants of this city. white man 66 years old, was arrestedat tragedy may be brought out. The Caught In Swell and Driven Against" The girl lived with her grandparents i '

S frightened the 'man away. Secret service men are working on Durham, his wife making affidavit case haa greatly puzzled the police, Dock at Pensacola. and was subject to fits. She com > ;
9 the case and more arrests are expect. that he had threatened to kill her and as much of the evidence is conflicting Pensacola Fla.. Feb. 18.-In draw plained during the day Friday and retired 'j, ;,,
lead and their children. He was ordered to ing up to the navy yard docks the :
TURNER FEUD ENDED. ed. The coins are made of I earlier than usual. In a few min.
be placed in Jail. As he reached the Overruled Pleas. United States gunboat Machias was .f;
Speer
pewter. Judg. utes she Jumped from her bed, told I
J n' Church Will Be Built Where Notorious jail entrance he fell dead. It is said I Savannah, Feb. 17.-In the United caught by a heavy swell and driven her grandparents goodby and ran from 1 f

"t Improvement In Sheffield. he was of unsound mind. He leaves a States court this morning Judge Emory with such violence against the dock the house. .j 1
t "Quarter House" Stood. widow and nine children. He was an Speer overruled every plea to that one of her plates below the water
bareheaded
Sheffield Ala.. Feb. 17.-Sheffield Barefooted, and with
Feb. 17. Next
'9 MIddlesboro, Ky., slow ex-confederate soldier. abatement filed by Captain B. D. line was loosened and she sprung a
continues to Improvement along only a thin gown to shield her the girl
American association (limited
r the
weep all lines of material development. The Greene and the Oaynors to the Indict leak which will necessitate her remaining faced the wintry weather. 1
' i ), with headquarters In' MIddles Shots Fired Into Home. nlent charging them with conspiracy here several days for repairs. ,The of 70/ ,
erection of report ot loaded cars representing shipments girl's grandfather a man !
will the a large
bore begin House" out of Sheffield for the month of Mount Airy, Ga., Feb. 17.-on more against the government. A demurrerto cried In pleading terms for her to return "fI

church where the "Quarter January, 1902 by the two railroads than one occasion the house of one the indictment will be filed tomorrow Forest Fires In Florida. but In vain. The old man sought ')!
stood. Lee Turner, who owned the I. J. Austin, living near this place morning. Sampson City, Fla., Feb. 15.*-For' '
Southern of his
here are as follows( : railway, the help neighbors. The news ,f
saloon and fortress and an acre ol 1.000 cars; Louisville and Nashville baa been shot into by unknown per- est fires have been raging In this spread and soon numerous citizens '

ground on which they were built, last railroad 700 cars, making a total of 2. sons at night Mrs. Austin was recently Grsnade Goes to Tower. section the past two weeks 'doing con were searching the surrounding coca

week transferred his property to this 300 cars. This Is an Increase of nearly hit on the forehead but not seriously Atlanta, Feb. 18.-T. J. Granada was slderable damage to farmers and tn '

association. the last hurt. The shooting is sup committed to the Tower yesterday turpentine timber. On Monday last, try.The
100 per cent over same period body was not found until 9
The "Quarter House" was burned posed to have been done by parties Justice Orr without ball while the wind was blowing almost a
by
In morning
exceeded
year, and Is : by no point 1 o'clock Saturday cold and rigid In
:1i Wednesday. Lee Turner has left the this territory excepting Birmingham who suspected Austin of reporting Illicit ,,011 the charge of killing W Jesse gale, a good deal of fencing was burn. death and covered with several inchesof S

: country and the feud Is ended. distilleries. I Pope In the rooms of the Atlanta Den ed on Mr. Wiley Robinson's place. snow. ,

The Production of, Pig. tal college on Monday Feb. 10. An effort His barns and outbuildings were saved

Both Take Carbolic Acid. Birmingham Ala., Feb. 17.-The Postmasters Confirmed. was made by Qranade-'s attorneysto only by the heroic efforts of his nelgubors. ; BURGLARS BLOW SAFES.
Seattle. Wash., Feb. 17.-Mrs. Sallie Washington Feb. 19.-The senate *
production of pig Iron in AlabamaIs get ball for the prisoner by a pre
Conn, a descendant of the famous bas confirmed the nominations of the liminary trial.
greater this month by between 3QO Overpowered Watchman-Got Away
Prisoners Taken.
Valljoe family of California and for following southern Tennessee Escaped
postmasters:
of the ol and 400 tons dally than last month and Greenville, S. C., Feb. 18.-Percy With $700 In Cash.
merly one of the belles city William L. Knoxville
Trent Bennet Will Not Run
; Again.
Judge
end of the month there will Mass. 17.
before the Osteen Northampton Feb. -Flv
Monterey, committed suicide last night North Carolina Tyre Glenn, Greens, Brunswick, Ga., Feb. 18.-Judge J and Rlskman escaped prisoners
with capacities blew safes in the
be two other furnaces men open two street
N.
In a lodging house here. Less thana boro J. H. Salisbury J. F decided not offer forreelection from the Hendersonvllle C.
Ramsey has to
; ; W. Bennet
200 each
150 and tons a offices .. .
ot between railway company's early today! ;
arrested In the
Edith Curran, a beautyful Jail, have been county
hour later '
Wray, Reidsvllle; J. W. C. Long, to the Judgshlp of the i
in The Tennessee
be blast after the watchman.
to put overpowering
old girl, who had been em day and placed In Greenville Jail. Ernest
19 year- Statesvllle E. L.
and Railroad ; Ware. Kings moua Brunswick circuit. His term expires: :
Iron companywill secured In cash. In
They about $700
Coal will y;
local I Is here and probably be
ployed as a waitress in a restaurant : Drake
tain. His retirement
blow In a furnace next week and next January. voluntary their haste they overlooked $500 In ; t'on.
three
also ended her life. Both tool) captured today These are members
the week following the WoodwardIron is based on personal grounds. of the safes. They escaped in a "
carbolic acid. Despondency was th of a gang of seven that escaped
Robbed of
Samuel C. Atkinson of Brunswick
Dispensary Money. Judge ,
have to
company will one ready team, and when the watchman succeeded
cause In both cases. Blacksburg. S. C., Feb. 18.-'he dispensary is being pushed for the place by from the Hendersonvllle Jail two
in of
start up. weeks getting< a gag out his (:,
here has ago.
been
building entered his friends.
mouth so as to give tAe alarm the
Mother and Child Fatallurned.!/ the safe door blown off with dynamite
Cremated S,1
Woman trace of them had been lost
: Washington Feb. 15.-Mrs. Henrj Russellvllle. Ala., Feb. .-M.rs. and a check for $50 and $30 in Wanted In Burke County Want His Sentence Commuted.

J : Dague and her three-year-old son were Robert Brltnell, sister-In-law of Clr cash belonging to the dispenser, Mr. Columbus, Oa., Feb. 15.-At the instance Raleigh Feb. 17.-Attorneys are 800 Bodies Recovered. 'I'

fatally burned last evening by the cult Clerk B. F. Britnell, was fatally J. M. Philips, taken out No clew as ot the Columbus police, who here urging. Governor Aycock to commute St. Petersburg, Feb. 18.-The bodies

child pulling an oil lamp oft the table burned at her home near this city. The to the robber. has been discovered. have been on his trail, the Opetlka authorities the death sentence of John Hen. of 800 victims of the earthquake at
followed and the bla. ry Rose of Wilson county, to life 'Imprisonment
An explosion: have arrested Charles Mitchell
unfortunate lady was standing near afire Shamaka Trans-Caucassia. have thus
"
Ing oil was scattered over the two when her dress became I ignited Llfsey Wins Over Harris. alias Charles Blanchard a negro, Rose murdered Thomas far been recovered. The treasury has

b,. Henry Dague, the husband, was also from a spark and before assistance Washington Feb. 18.-The president who Is wanted in Burke county, Oa., Farmer. He now confesses his crime, given 50,000 roubles for the relief of

f badly burned while trying to rescue could reach her she was in the midstof hast nominated B. A. Llfsey as post on the charge of murder. The Burke but says that It was because of Farm the destitute. In the villages surrounding d

his wife and child. a sheet of flame. After suffering master: at Barnaavllle, Ga., to succeed county officials have been notified. er's threats and the statements of his I Shamaka 27 persons were '' .
friends that Farmer Intended to kill .
who
postmaster.
the present Harris
she died the same
untold agontes C killed. '
i"Blm, the Button Man." Bankrupt night. She leaves a' husband and two was a candidate for reappointment Work of Flames In Qultman. him. J'SZ"lT.

1 New York Feb. 15.-Thousands ol little children. This ends a fight which has attracteda Qultman, Oa., Feb. 18.-The planerof I Grandson of Davy Crockett Dead. 'I"

politicians! who have attended national good deal ot attention. the Dasher Lumber/ company at MeSweeny Offers Reward. Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 18.--CoIonel

and state conventions will be surprisedto Death of Charles Tiffany. Uarcbman. on the South Georgia rail. Columbia, S. C., Feb. 15.-The governor ,, Bob" Crockett father of Secretary of ,,'ff

"+ l learn that Meyef R. Blinburg. morn New York. Feb. 18.-Charles: Tiffany Atlanta's Postmaster Die. way hall been destroyed by fire. Three ball offered a reward of $50 for State Crockett and grandson of Davy JrW+ '

widely known as "Blm, the Button I' senior member of the jewelry Atlanta Feb. 17.-Major William H. box cars were burned on the sidetrack the apprehension and conviction of Crockett hero of the Alamo, died, at \ \\I.

y Man ban filed a petition In bankrupt,, firm of Tiffany ft Co.. died today at Smyth, postmaster, of Atlanta.died today one of them loaded with lumber. Dock Gleaton who committed a murderous his home in Stuttgart last ral.bAJl: .'f$'

alt The amount involved is 'a small his. home In this city of pneumonia of grippe. He was recently appointed This side track was ruined. Further ) assault upon O. B. Bolen mar. state offices closed today, Colonel .
; II detail be r anal,, in Orangeburg county ,recently CrocUtt ,<.' Juj .'
cannot obtained years : .sat'
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MaW "
;. ,I: ; :,; 0 0 ex. charges prepaid, for $3.OO. Other | ..-__

v""'., I THOS J J. GRIER, ox | whiskies, $2:60: to, $7.0O per gallon. of M. GEAWllI "1// ,

PALMS '
i o An 8 -year-old brand bottled- in.i SHAVING PAl
l ulnae Tonenrln Wgrht 11f} Tha 1 ,
Contractor ."
| Old liellabl. $
I' +
bond age strength, purity and\: quan2 SHOP tiNDER UQ''EL. PAt.MS: it$

!, "\ \ BY MINERVA| SPENCER HANDY I and Builder | tity guaranteed by the U.' ,5. gov't, per *West Pales 1 beach Pia 1\,:'1J.i ;r 'l x(97(

}II} Oopyrlght.1902.: bY xcinarva Boanosr'Handy o n 1 case of 12 "bottles 1600. r
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V this little daughter weave and make them. Nothing was la prepared to fill your order Ag. 0 1M W H ARTSOlfTAILORING ( .
WnmN was born to Mr. wasted. Old scraps and pieces of worn Imported and Domestic Wines and '_'1'
promptly and In workmanlike '..
ai, garments were raveled dyed and wov- 'i,
Bra Dandridge way ,
Brandies at close figures. {- a
Into cushions or chair covers. New .
en
I, down In Virginia, In the X manner. Estimates furnished o ? .
:year 1730, her eyes looked upon a very gowns were few and for between, und, o 17-year-old ,Whiskey bottled in bond, to All Its Branches x
being; fashioned with such great labor, i 0 on construction work of every o o g .
that the twentieth
different world from
I century baby gazes at. She no I am sure Martha and all little girls Jf description.V J9 $?.oo per bottle; not less than 4 bottles sold. f -"".:,-.,_ 4'

't doubt had beautifully hand embroidered who lived In her time took the greatestcare .i Terms cash with order. i.< ,
5 PRESSING CLEANING
o ,
;( gowns and underclothing, for the of then.; Even when she became o -_ --' ,
mothers of that time were very much the wife of the rich Colonel CuBtltt i| DYEING AND REPAIRI b.'
MIAMI
better needlewomen than we are, but and afterward of the great, and good | West Palm Beach, Florida xS | CLUB BAR, '

they were all fashioned of linen or George Washington she was Induutrl- Olive t.. West .
k' 0 0r Miami, Florida Shop on $ Palm Bcuch.l.OOO
dimity, cold and clammy. Even the one, economical and simple in her O OkO4OkOlIO4Ol5OlIO4O4OkOk0110Build |
of the same tastes. Wo are told by one historian Postofllce .
ff little undergarments were o Opposite !rhone 92
material, for woolen or flannel held no that, "although court etiquette prevailed 0
place In the dressing of infants or chitI In their public life their home V t '
t I, dren. All the warmth required seemed life was very unostentatious. All the. 0k0kOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOk07tOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkOkokOkOkOPianos
I to be In a tiny embroidered shawl pinned clothes worn by the general and herself I
around the shoulders. All gowns were made In the house Two '

'were neck less and sleeveless,and when of Martha Washington's best gowns Houses ;
we remember how Imperfectly the were of cotton striped with silk, woven Organs Sewing MachinesI YOUNG SEEDLfNI
houses were heated we wonder If Martha from the ravellugs of brown silk stockIngs Move Houses ,

was not often dosed with medicine and old crimson chair covers." i sell direct from the Factory
when she cried when all she wanted No high chairs, or In fact any chairsat Repair Houses. I The Celebrated Schubert Piano, wltb MauiloHa Attachment, FOR SAIL]
t was to have a few more comfortable all, were provided lor the little folks work Tbe Conover Pianos the Cable Pianos
clothes. Her mother and father when Martha Washington,was young. Shop The Klngsbury Pianos, the Wellington Pianos,

no doubt had plenty of furs and velvets Even at the table children stood re- .Repairing or The Chicago Cottage Organ, in twenty.nine styles Now is. the time to get.youp; .you
I elders' At the Very Lowest Prices and on Llberal1'erms.
spectfully behind their chairs
for they were of the aristocratic
Catalogues aud Prices Furnished on Application.Old Orange Stock for'Sprlng Budding
class and had all their best clothing taking what food was offered them. Dock Building.Call .

direct from England. They however, In the better families they stood at aside Instruments...Taken In Exchange .o. The Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine
thought the little ones eIther did not table with trencher In hand, bring on or addressM. 1 year old $4 pe -
ing their food from the great table. and Attachments fur all kinds of So win or Machine. Mail Orders will receive ,

They were never allowed to speak except prompt Attention.X 2 to $g it
t J. YARBOROUCH con. A VB. D. AND 11th '1"7' :
to answer a question, and then MIAMI, B1.ORIDA J ..a ERICKSOWKeedles '
with the greatest respect and courtesy. 8-tfI -
\Veht PAlm Beach Fin. RIVER VIEW PLANTA
i They ate very much simpler food than .
I you do, for there were no railroads to Roseland. Fla., ,ON MIVFR INOtRdI, I
I bring them dainties from all parts of >
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i ,. the world. They ate In silence and as ,. t 0
fast as possible, regardless of digestion :BEAI.F.n IN

I being expected to be "moderately -Rough 0.0(1- I G. G. Strohm Company |rI TIE LOUISVILLE &. -

.. satisfied" and to leave the room as .
Dressed liumber ,
soon as possible f. o NASHVILLE
There no kindergartens for the ,,
were .;
children of that time. Learning_was a Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, I FHMILY GROCERIES I Run tnrough trains to i enasco1m : Yt

bard uninteresting process, but the Mouldings. Brick, Lime, To Birj rl +.,
Mobile and New Orleans.
children were soon put at It and could and Builders' Hardware. o of "
read and write very creditably by the ,mingbam, Nashville and St. Louis, '
time they were five years old and were FORT PIERCE!, FLORIDA ,Fancy Food Products x sX To Louisville, Cincinnati an able to answer correctly I
every ques- "
tion In the Westminster Catechism LIGHTWOOD POSTS o !oo K and. to Chicago withoutle ;

Boys read Latin and Greece\ by the time. First Class lightwood: Pouts for Grain'and Provisions. our children are to ,
Just beginning master If t
Pineapple Covering and other ,
pur- o ,
the alphabet Girls had little need ''''''''''"
of such accomplishments but their poses AddressH. i JEFFERSON BLOCK 0 ,rat,i\r e c., ','II ,t t. /

k. simpler school lessens were Increasedby B. HOWARD o B. H; HOPKINS '1! fjf
a thorough knowledge of batchellng
MABTUA SAT FOB HOURS IS STOCKS Oil Sebastian Fla FLORIDA PA88KXQKK,AGENT:! '
West Palm ,Beach Florida. ,
BTBAFPED TO BACILBOABUS. and carding, spinning and reeling, .
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No. BOO W St.. JmcknonrlU .
t
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feel the cold or else should early learn weaving and bleaching, cooking, candle o -1-1901 oYTSOkolsokokoiaokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokoko '" 1'f.
and cheese making knitting embroidering ;' .U M
tbe lesson of self control and cheerful -, .. ""
endurance of what could not be helped. and needlework of every descrip- Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS ,
tion. Satan
got few recruits from the
Be that as It may, I am sure Martha
and all the other colonial babies must ranks of the Idle. Almost all waking i GRAFTED ,. .
time filled with BICYCLES
was some useful occu-
have suffered with the cold. Icy blasts Mulgoba Mangoes.
BUDDEDLargest
blew down the great chimneys, and pation.
Children had few If
toys. The
any
the rooms could not be warmed three *
feet from where tbe great logs were crudest of dolls comforted Martha I. ; Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palma, Pbyllan- Wheelsjjkept dillon When in first-class con

r blnzlog. Tbe bedrooms were not heated : when She things had gone wrong with her. thus, eto. All pot grown. Full. Line of Citrus Stock good,easy-riding you Wheel want to, go renta toE.
have had
at all and the the may some dolls' furniture
that
only hope grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address
babies ,cut out by a jackknife, but I am sure
slept warmly at all lies In the .
,, long handled warming pan which a she would have thought she was In JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla. PORTERAnd ;
fairyland could she ha ve peeped Into a ,
i'' black boy or girl nightly thrust between -
'9 the clammy linen sheets. These, modern nursery filled with Its almost Get.
'\ filled with live coals from the kitchen living playthings. rjiI,!!;, N' '
fire, must have Despite all these drawbacks (from :,
t proved very grateful to ookokakokokokokokokokokokoagkoatok0atokokokoraKOkokooPlace .
J the baby of long ago. our point of view) Martha Washingtongrew OF 2- A ,Rambler,
It When the babies bad laid aside their Into a beautiful, loving girl and Doors Sash 0 /
;II first clothes, they were dressed exactly brought to George Washington domes- I i
t like their parents. A costume tic arts and home learned accomplishments Blinds, MouldingsAND yoursLtife .. Wheels For Sale.

;, J, worn by a little tot two and a half which did more to make him '
years old Is described as follows: "Of happy than those we deem essential In 'I Insurance And General Repair Work 'done by an
yellow brocaded satin over a petticoat our time. Mount Vernon, that Ideal Building Material, Expert; Repairer t
of crimson velvet. It touched the home of the southern gentleman of the f
CHARLESTON S C. ..
Olive Street. ; West Palm BeachSPROUL'S
: i: floor In front and trailed behind just eighteenth century bears witness to ,
y' I as did her mother's and I do not believe her skill as a housewife The "mother alb- Largest Factory South. I -wia-iBC: : TIEIIEJ: 1M oj .

I that little girl had half as much and daughter power" of the colonists Send for Prices. \

( pleasure In this state costume as girls gave a race of home bred home loving ,. '
a of today do in ,their simple suits, free home honoring women. Although much j JVLcttaal l Liife J EXPRESS
< I to run and jump or to do anything a In their lives seems odd and hard to us i ,
i healthy body prompts them tot born amid the ease and luxury of tbe Furniture moved, Baggage-

t The chief aim in every girl's life was ... 'n WOOD WOOD 0-' Off New YO' fk. 1M transferred and general +,
; l to be erect. To attain this young girls fCmLDaze r > drayln .done at reasonable

r were simply tortured. Martha Washington rates.
e( or, more correctly Martha Stove 1M /
Wood Why 0
L Dandridge, no doubt sat for hours In Two-Seated Carriage .

stocks or strapped to backboards. Delivered to Any Part of Town. Or Single Buggy o 4
1 Stays and stiffened coats were made 1. It could buy out any other company |
,
k (vl even more unbending by metal or and have million dollars left. 5 For hire by hour or day.
many
a ; 1 wood busks. These latter were hand- Leave orders at Wood Yard, on Clematis Jfc Leave orders at Manilla arouse
? I :'t comely carved and elaborately decorated Avenue, near the railroad track, i J9
1 i and were considered an elegant and or address | 2. It is the oldest, the largest, and the S 13-6-tf
a
appropriate gift to a little girl. These J. T. SNELL strongest company in America.3
?" Instruments did give the erect carriage JL .. M AGENCY

t believe the girls could desired but I do not puopiuETon. o-o-u ,2 3. It has paid as much in dividends to S
1.. they skate or bicycle

(' with much comfort -, i. to policy holders, as any other two | CONTINENTAL
: Boys were dressed exactly like their *
'i'!r 4 fathers. In doublets, leather knee Auxilliary Yacht"ARTHUR companies. '
F breeches fancy waistcoats leather tf JV

< belts and knit caps. They had an outer ,. 6. Its premium rates ,are less, and its ', PLANT COMPANYOf

,i 'r i' lined cloak called a nandlllon, which was :B" guarantees in cash and loans, and xf ,
/ r usually with a bright colored
'ttl\ l cloth and was very picturesque. Makes dally between other values, larger than any other Kittrell N. C,
trips
'::,, i'i is\ The most blameworthy custom In the ?
rival -2
dl dress of the boys was the universal company. .

rr. 't wearing of wigs. These were expensive West Palm Beach andMunyon's 'If., O* STRAWBERRY PLANTS! '
t'q i costing f.7 or L8 apiece ($35 or k 7,: 0'
$-10)), and all boys over seven years of STOOD PECTFUILT: BBKHTDTII : Cabbage:: Tomato an
$u ",(I.1 age wore them. After wigs went out nineteenth and:IB IXDKlUt'twentieth CHAIOia.centuries, ire Island 1:. | :Insist upon seeing our plans before | CARNATION:: PINKS
of fashion hair wee worn powdered, A Specialty.: "
:.. and although It was becoming we may learn many precious lessons from g. ,Insuring elsewhere. We will do.better ,1
t Martha Washington and those other -Stopping at all Points ol Interest We handle Roue end Flowering Plants lor ':
should be glad do :
we not .
wear ourhair noble O. L. Taber,Wen BU Mary.r....
women who lived when she did. f I5y "
as tbe ; you.,
so powder dusted off ruining : / |
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Instead of condemning that which Isdlll'erent A bare of your petronsgeaoltylted\ ,
;, :J, ; the clothes, even when the hair "
I from our way of doing, let us of CECIL WILCOX Gen'l.Ag't.
tIJ/! was oiled and pomatumed to overcome reflect upon the Industry, simplicity, I Steamer:; leaves West; Palm Beach ,( ; | HAlt ORDERS PROMPfYICTRD
'TJ; the difficulty.
Addreu FRANK COPE:: ...
system orderliness and piety of thoso V Jacksonville, Fla._ 5
With the exception of the state gar at 10.30 A.M. Returning I l'
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at whose primitive n-i-tf p 0.Box 144 meet Palm Beaoh Fla
'h meats Imported by tbe very rich, all ways young peopleare .
Inclined to arrives at; 4.30 P.M. "I J. W. CONNER Agent. |
f tile wool and cotton used In the households sneer it Is also well to ,
remember what clever Oliver Wendell
were woven and spun by the o S
;' mothers and daughters. Martha Washington Holmes meant when he wrote: '
a nitokokokokokokotaokoko7lobkokakokokokokokOkokOkokokOX
,, not only wore homemade and Little of alt we value here Situations Secured : ,
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f isi; Wakes the Round-Trip Fare 75 Cents
,; on morn of Its hundredth yeat .
f home ,
spuu clothes but helped to Without both looking and lOr 'adua..ultlon..rundod. Wrln I 'ia. ;
/ testing queer. t mac far...alolu. '


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tSc to y WALTON WILLIAMS I j

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h and with.hie hat In his band he left the
:'{ his "illstol")' of England In tbe I
room. IJ Eighteenth Century" William Hd- WEST PALM BBACII FLORIDA
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? "You chose your own man general ward Ilartpole Lucky, M. :I'., pays

lid t aid ond.Gates when the three soldiers were : the following tribute to George I f ;x: ::)lC : )Co.
I Washington: I
3 "Because be was English said I" To the appointment of Washington _.. 1220tfG. _____.. ,_. ____ I ."\, r
; \ Schuyler with a smile which belled tba [as commander lu chief] far more than .

implication of bis own words. I to any other single circumstance Is due S d
BELLContractor .
W. :
said dates
"My man speaks French, the ultimate success of the American }
"And mine both Dutch and high German .
., : h Revolution, though i In purely Intellectual '
I'd a very useful accomplishment. for powers Washington. certainly
a traveler through New Jersey." Builderr :
Inferior to Franklin and perhaps and .
The tall man looked at his two col- to two or three others of his col.
leagues an it not at all interested lu I leagues. There is a theory which once ",'
tl their comments, and then like one received the countenance of some considerable WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA \ \\1
speakIng bis thought aloud be said: physiologists though It is .

"I chose because of the nuts and now, I believe, completely discarded, .. :
The erection end repairing of Buildings of till descriptions given personal,
Ider. that one of the great lines of division attention PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS!:" FURNISHBD ,
A faint smile hovered at tbe corners among meu may be traced to the comparative ON APP .JCATION. All work well and promptly .' .\
; of Gates' mouth, and over the face of development of tbe cerebrum done. References given If deblreil.

: chuyler came the heavy look of a aDd the cerebellum. To the first organ Residence! on Evernia Street, neat Lake Front. P. O. Box 361. "t
I man who tries to solve an enigma. The It was supposed belong those special 1-fMt

,,vr', a l u5r. all man continued: gifts oc powers which make men poets,,
vw > "Van Mouser had reached the admiral orators, thinkers, artists, conquerors or
and delivered the dispatch were the ,wits. To the second belong the superintending '
t way fair and friendly and horses and restraining;, discerning and Want, aHouse
h money plenty. Bee the scattered shells, directing faculties which enable men ,
1 P t, l p' i tile half wunfed kernels. Woods bad to employ their several talents with
delivered the message by word of sanity and wisdom, which maintain Built ? !
mouth were main strength and courage the balance and the proportion of Intellect .
only'necessary. lIe broke the nuts and character and make count
with his thumb and fore nger But Judgments and well regulated lives. II. '1'. Ornnt, Contractor and Builder, Is prepared to give
t Mlles will reach the admiral. lIe will The theory however untrue In Its pliys"lological prompt, service and satisfactory "work to anyone needing ,
husband his resources. Ills horse his aspect, corresponds to a. real anyubiog the construction line.
.1 r4.. provender> and his money will not fall distinction In human, minds and characters -
a ? ::, ilm. lie took few nuts but be extracted and It was especially in tile Call on. or address

'ti rM. all their kernel not by strength but second order ot faculties that Wash H. T. GRANT
; by> finesse, nnd he took but one gloat Ington excelled. Ills mind was not ,
of cider after tbe others had well quick or remarkably original. His con 6-61902 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. h
Irunk. verantlon had no brilliancy or wit. Ill
-. not dMroti would Imps galling yok. upon ourThey dr... Tbere was ellcnco for a moment It was entirely without the gift of eloquence
end hen awes .|OM un do whqm freedom dm.CP
fought far rtglrt *
was broken by Schuyler. and he bad very few accom JAMES g H0LLEY: :
4y.4-w many k battlefield with p.tJety Ho 4.and hireling btndiW.r. "General Washington," said he, r'i} pllahments. lie know no language bu
t tiiMht the *M HIM ewer yield,that ,tharp'.iwordl bonw In their Hindi.ro take back mock."
? my bis own, and except for a rather strong .....
BUILDER .J
George Washington! did not smile or turn for mathematics he had no taste .

r reply. He bent iris head and returned which can be called purely Intellectual, PLANS AND SI'1ICIPl ATION9 FURNISHED ON APPLICATION .

to hlatilxpntchea. There was nothing (In him of the meteor WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
,. OM ngwn to Yttkuw.. Id by W.ddnlton, t .y onward w.nL or the cataract nothing that el I l-tt-tf
} ., 7hrauak ch.speg begunn fought id bled NI b.mg th. ueo.uIJh.d 1.. WS sIkT ther dazzled or overpowered.As .

cW.n.tn who our bthmI led through scum.. of duth to fr..dom'e got WASHINGTONON a soldier the circumstanced of hli,! 3$3C&tooca$30GfcDJC8TO& ; $;, '- .-......: .....r
'rue woad whh hone mum thy I..d, eha4 thy o .nett o toull.tt. MARRIAGEIn career brought him Into the blaze no r
only of domestic, but of foreign crltl
ALL INTERESTED
clam, and It was only very gradual!:; : .
several letters Washington expressed
that tils'superiority was fully recognlz -
his views upon the Institution ed. Lee, wire of all American\ soldlen ':JHEJ :; : .

.>a dw f w JIM been whole fan wu dimmed by-cruelly or crime, of marriage. To the French ally Count hud seen moat service'' in the Engllsl
+ r.put. hero't tunmtf)1 unitrtnel'thell be through future time. liastellux.. who served lu America as army and Conway wbo had risen tgl'eat <
name a major general he wrote: "In reading Peninsular Electric Construction
the French
repute In army wen
ti w J ILC km ol UbMy Inli II4 th. putrlaft twirl oc UMM U on.J your very friendly and acceptable letter J
r... Wtra'4 muiUM our mlMcl. ar thy f.m b farm Vial Wuhi.at..l both accustomed to speak of his mill
'-, : I was as you may well suppose,, tary talents with extreme disparagement
I d not less delighted than surprised to but personal jealously and ant, COMPANY t
meet the plain American>rds 'nij
7 moslty undoubtedly colored their judsmeats. IS N W to the patronage of the public of West
rip wife. A w'ltelVell.! my dear mar- \ i open
De'Kalb who had been trainee f.
'c : t latF'n a quls I can hardly refrain from smiling In the best military-schools; of the conU Palm Beach and vicinity .
to fliiil you are, caught at last. 1saw 1 lil'ods. :
nent, at first pronounced him to be verj: Electric Construction of All
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f often made
by the euloglum you .
-t deficient lu the strength, decision and t
of domestic life In Calf H..llHwBnrflar and Fir. Alarm .
the AnnnnclatorM
upon happiness System a Bponlalty.ALL.
moment later the three ordinary of
a promptitude a general and although I
NUTS and CIDER men from without joined the three ordinary America that you had swallowed the he soon learned to form the highest os. WORK UU4UANTEEI

men within. bait and that you would as surely be tlmnte of his military\ capacity, he con, Olllces( in Jefferson Block 10-18-lf v
"Men" said the mnn nt the table, taken one day or other as that you tinned to lament that an excessive modesty I ,:
A Story of General Washington "there are elder and nuts. Help your' were n philosopher and a soldier. So l led him too frequently to act upon: P, O. 39.. West Palm Beacb, [Kla. '
selves.," ,\VIth that her turned to the your day bas at last come. I am glad the opinion of Inferior men rather that
By Aaron Muon., window again and continued assorting of It with all my heart and soul. It.In upon his own most excellent judgmentIn 'd,3uEcE 3 oc' '
and apparently correcting the papers quite good enough for you. Now you the army and the congress more
[Copyright, 1803. by Aaron Mason.: before him. are well served for coming to fight In than one rival was opposed to him. liE
was a little farmhouse on n hill The three men tram without spotcOtheniHelves. favor of tlie American rebels all the bad his full share of disaster; the open
IT an ordinary farmhouse. There .. They snld no word but attacked way across the Atlantic ocean by atlons which he conducted If compared 1\NN0UNeSMENT !
that terrible contagion, domestic -
was Just nu ordinary well some the nuts and elder more as men catching with great European wars were on every _
ten yards from the door. An ordinary Obp3'lng. orders than nn It to satisfy felicity which same like the small scale and he had the immense ,
cow Vile grazing In tho field near smallpox or the plague a man cur advantage of encountering inmost We wish the public to know that we are now
by. Ai ordinary walnut tree grew a /,1 have only once In bis life because II cases, generals of singular Inca, supplied with a full line of K
from the well ant an ordinary commonly lusts him (at least with lie
little way pnclty. It may however be truly sakof :
small bird was pruning Ills feathers In America; I don't know bow you, him that his military reputation
sitting on a line stretched from a manage these matters In France) foi steadily rosa through many successvi! Plumbing Supplies
nail In the lintel of the door to a spike his whole lifetime. And yet, after R11: campaigns and before the end of till ;
of the walnut S the maledictions you so richly merit or
driven Into the trunk struggle he had outlived all rivalry apt '
tree. There was nothing unordlnaryLa t c cI. the subject the worst wish I can flat] almost all envy lie had a thorough We do Tin and Sheet-Iron Work .

the whole scene not even. In the In my henrt against you Is that you, knowledge of the technical part of hit and Electric .-wiring.
three men one seated on a block near may neither of you ever get the better profession a good eye for military com,.
the gate to tbe barn and the other two of this domestic felicity during tU I of milItary -.
blnatlous an extraordinary gift Agents for Defiance'' Windmills and Towers
leaning with folded arms ngulnst the I. entire course of your mortal exist administration.
beside them --rH a. l
muskets ence.
lintels. Even the
:r.\ were ordinary for at that time It was Onco when asked togive advice to a Call on or write us for estimates. Best of references given. fi-2-tt
not uncommon for three Urea met to wIdow In the Castle circle as to a aevi He Didn't
gether to be well armed.Inside matrimonial venture he replied: "I 1 Envy CONKLIN & S.CRUGGS
tbe bouae tbe scenes were never did nor do I believe I ever shall ,

Just as common. The furniture In the give advice to a woman who is setting George Clematis Avenue, West Palm Beach, Flat i
front loom was oaken heavy, and co out on a matrimonial voyage-first, because Y.
lonlal. These were colonial day I never could advise one to marry ,
fCopyrlg-ht, 1903. by Ella Oraves Moses.] .
Tile windows were email. The: pa ties without her own consent, and sec Q. A. GALE O. C. CUTTRBLIj
in them very small. There was a ondly because I know It Is to no purpose pad I eln't ilk. WuhIngton. .
v dish of walnuts in tbe middle of tile to advise her to refrain when sb .
table. A pitcher of hard cider and two baa obtained It. A woman very rarely MANGONIA BOAT WORK
s : At prim u apple plat
tumblers asks opinion or requires advice on \ 'I
tumblers stood beslda It. Tbe THEY SAID NO WORD. an
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\ were of Enicllsu; cut glass, a lit. a.ny desire for meat and drink. Th such an occasion till her resolution Is "i: I know he didn't hav 0., C. CUTTKELL, :MannRri\
farmhouse formed and then It Is with the hope 1 no fun- :
t tie more extraordinary In a. room became tiulte silent but for the '
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X1 tn New Jersey now than then, perhaps. occasional cracking of nuts and the and expectation of obtaining" a sane- .' r..: ; He couldn'j: tell a lie. Shipwright,. 'Caulker and Spar maker\ .
i $ But certainly the distinguished air : rustling of papers at tbe windows tlon that she applies.

1 that this little glittering luxury gave silent Indeed that the soft flow of the never stayed away from MARINE RAILWAY '
t to the room was not borne out by the elder Into tbo cut glass tumblers could WASHINGTON IN 1797 school
dresa and general appearance of the j I at Intervals be beard. If there woo He ducnt
r, 1 men there. Like those outside one of here anything unordlnary. It was pel even try. and Boat Shops. West Side of Lako, 4
You bet Ids teacher had
\ ; ''r V these was seated at a Uttlo table before I haps a peculiar trick the man nt the Isaac Weld, a contemporary of ,
the western window The other window had of now and again turning Washington wrote a* follows of the b.; a at MANGONIA. m
t two stood, leaning against: the walls of his face toward the Interior of the president at the close of his second He couldn't tall a lie.never Estimates Furnished on New or Old Work.

the low room. It the man scaled bad room as If he would be cognizant 01 term: "Ills chest Is full and his limbs, Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer.
stood he might have appeared a little everything there going on,. even to the though rather slender well shaped and l sir stole no {Jam nd .
,( extraordinary In stature. 'cracking J of n nut At last bo rose. muscular. Ills head la small. In whichhe t cakes orAll Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch. 1st

"If you do not care to send Woods," Ha-'seemed cry tall In the low room, resembles the make of a number of I Md.t'em on the ly. 8EA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY, l1-I-oa I
scald the broader and thicker set of tbo At the pnme.tlme the three men rose his countrymen. Ills eyes are of alight i He knowcd hli ma would ..
two men standing, "there Is no reason from their nuts and cider. / gray color, and In proportion to
;,\vhy my aid. Van Ilouser, should not "Von Mouser," said the tall mar the length of his face his nose Is find him out- BOND & BOND COMPANyiINCOUPOUA'JED rA
He tell lie.
for two men Stuart the eminent portrait couldn't a
F KO. lIe Is a match any "Qeiu-ral SchUylcr will have oeder.toe long. Mr. ,,
la Jersey, a hard rider. and very smart you lu the course of tbe morning, and painter, told me that there were feature ( ,)
at eluding pursuit." you, ,Woods, report to your chief at 1 aI In his face totally different from when h. tore his Sunday
"I .can -spare Woods very well. o'clock. You can go." what bo ever observed In any other' clothei MANUFACTURERS ;
Schuyler: ," replied tbe other and smaller I Tho two men went out, leaving tu. buuuin being. The sockets for the eyes 1 v f xI
man, "but. suppose the general, as .most ordinary looking of. the three b* for Instance, are linger than be ever I iir H.'dJes'lit down choice." met with before and the upper part of r (It he Uckln'\ he '
usual wy take his own hind. I LUMBER LATH AND SHINGLES i'!
"We must use tbe bent we have" ".l\Jl1es..lJ the tall man, "here Is II the nose broader. All his features, b. deserved ,
.. sold the man at the table, looking up. dispatch t Jean foul Jones, on Loan observed were Indicative of the strongest s.c.....he couldn't lie.

"But how to choose" queried the Le Donbomme Richard somewhere of and most ungovernable passions, Flooring. Siding and Ceiling, OBr.ck Lime i nd Cement.IN .
man addressed us Bchuyter. I, the coast of Maine. It must be dellvucd and had ha been born In the toreBt.'itwas ELLA CRAVES MOSES. .
Call them here, Gates," replied tbamain posthaste. In cane of probable! cop his opinion that h* would have STOCK >a
at the table. SSV Destroy It." been the fiercest man among the savage

a'1:, p The little man went to the door, "'&* jOlt shall be delivered" said Mile. tribes." .;. r3t OFFICE AND YARDS 8.1.1g0l: G

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; .:" SERMON OP REV. S. D. PAINE. Heaven than the men who kepi up all boys IH the country safe." That wan An ;f''r.'' mil. : ., { f.occ ')01: I' .
----- the show of religion and lacked purity conseurntion to the country. May we, ":'
$. At the West aid Congregational DhnrbhSunday of heart and character. have such consecration to Christ. 1 have contracted for the output ff| -
Morn eb the is a another mill, and can. furnIsh Luinhei' The Sn
Inn f lath A good man in community -
... of irlnted. promptly. Write me before placing Mdera. n' grand argument: JOT the power White BE1I lAr
Rev. S. D. Paine, pastor of the West Christianity; if the man professes -- ---- GEORGE I'. PADDISON, TttB u [
:Palm Beach Congregational Church Christ. A white girl of woman, who Is Industrious LWBRaMAN' Eau CJallie, Fla. (incorporated) whl nbleT il r; 1

preached to. ft full house last Sunday The second element of Christian char and fond of
Wp morning-many ot then visitors, from acter is the possession of the Holy good place in a small family. Address"B. : Show'I Cases and Counters For Sale 't ALM

j Acts XI, and 24th verae: Ghost. M." care of this pl'f'er; or call at e; CAFE, .
I I "For he wn a !good man, and full of the Christ told his disciples to wait at this office for Information: EgU! .'.bow cases, two, foUl and si": t. 'I :

I Yi t Holy added(about' unto nnil tho ol Lord.fiiltln' and much peolloI Jerusalem for the power they needed -...-..-.-..:.:....- feet respectively And three nialioRony ':, Adjoining Royal Poinciana Qroui : a

The first church planted outside of and did not possess. For ten days they counters, nil in good touditlou; for sale the .
(fllrg. Plant Wins North. ,\ ">
Judaism by the Apostle*,or early Christ waited until It came. These men who --, cb ap..: "?We3", !! "D," car-. TROPICAL \

iana, wan at Antioch, a city situated on deserted Christ when be was arrested New Haven, Con u.;- Feb. is-Mrs. SON Luncheon

the River Orontes, about three hundred and put to death and left Nicodeuius and Henry B. Plant was again victorious In I Breakfast and Binni If'at s
I .l' Joseph of Artnathea tp bury him, after Ir ,. ; ,
<, miles north of Jerusalem. the court in her contest of the will of bel'Illte Parlor Cars -
r I''" The population was cosmopolUIatr; they came In possession of this super'\ husband the millionaire railroad all hours I e, '

made up of Jews Greeks, Syrians, natural power preached at Jerusalem a man. Between Jacksonville and Tampa ; .
e Romans, and many other nationalities. sermon that resulted in the c.'t>version The probate court; decided \In favor of r dally over 'tlia Seaboard AirLine I :: : '

It wan the center of an Immense trade jn of three thousand persons in one day the widow, aud turned the estate over to Railway, leaving Jacksonville First-Class Chef a f wi: !:

i all directions. Its ships sailed to every They were known as the men who had the New York authorities for adminis< t :30 a. m. 4+ Cuisine and Service' .-f.* .
seaport of the Mediteranean Sea. GIb- turned the world upside down after tration. ,: ,

bons, the English historian estimates its The action means that Mrs plant will:I .
that.The aI.1IIETOALF .
PRIVATE DINING PARLORS "' ( .. r. ec I.. (If
}t population at 500,000. Christianity was Church of Christ bas Immense receive a (dower of about $6,000,000 for 9l&Q05 hroe or 110r.. _/r
carried there the Chrlallnns wealth, colleges, schools men 'of education NOTARY PUBLIC ... .
hy fugitive which she Is contending, and that the :s
)ot eSeC8r>C&Cri
who fled from Jerusalem at the persecution and eloquence In the pulpit, but remainder...of the estate will go to Morton For the State of Florida at Largo, :;+...A: $.

1. of Stephen, the proto-martyr. lacks power. It could throttle every F. Plant. '. Deodn, Mortgages, I.enmia end Contract : ., ._
;' It Is supposed by some biblical sehOI-1 great evil in this land, but it comes As soon as the declslolof the court ConTftyiticliix Drafted n Spwlnltj. ...................... a

are that Christianity was long in the rear timid frightened, rackIng was announced two ot the executors of All Olllce Work Ounrenteed In) CnoviuiL,< /Legally Hun, UIOLk.Correct; : 'rhle al tm Oond for : Headquarters for '

to Rome In the same manner. When power. It sits quiescent at the feet the estate resigned. Went Palm Benua. Jade 1 OuuntT Florida, 'II, emends. J mat too Ood 1
; r Paul wrote his epistle to the Roman of wealth aid don't dare to attack evils __a. : r4 -10 Pd. Sapadllloa ..

Church there were at least ten thousand near at hand. We need more power a ----- w .lutes
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.. -. Christians In Rome. from God and more courage, and we Taxation of...Railroads...... CHOICE PROPERTIES : ;e. .5 w e. !!! 1..nel\PIIc-8
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L /' The Church at Jerusalem sent Barna- could take the world for Christ. .. i 2 I II TangrerlnrH'
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Several of the State newspapers in
., bas, a Lerite, born on the Island of Cyprus The third element is Strong Faith. I the of tax AND : i ; r I. a Ii 1 : I n ll mi KlvBv
who, when he came and saw the see Abraham starting out with hIs only disciMsing subject assess- .: .e ,.. : lUaJag-1

grace of God, was glad, and exhorted" son and his servants. They are going meus of, have railrod maintained that in Florida the valuations BARGAIN TRACTSA : p .........a. gray: ... .-.. : '
them all, with purpose of heart to cleave to a mountain, thVee days journey. The property are
too low, and that any contemplated : ADI'.. luau:) "I pu4X. : ,
old has impression that he
unto the Lord, "for be was a good man patriarch an the .
and full of the Holy Ghost and of faith." must put that son to death.; He pre equalization. of assessment should applyas Few Leaders from the List of w. 3 e, u.tg.,53: 4t>.11; aalP. limy w. And.t..ortm..ab Largest. CONFECTICSnell '7

My subject this moruing Is "The pares his fires and is about to offer him, well of this to such properties.is If the the first latter Desirable Properties Offered :....................: Tradin r
true
part proposition
when the hand
Three Essential Elements of Christian- : an angel stops uplifted
it j: Personal Goodness, Fullness of the t and says, "It is enough." part can'not be successfully contra by the TROPICAL REAL ESTATE '

Holy Ghost, and Strong Faith." I The faith of Abraham was in this;that verted. One way to ascertain the truth IIOTgf. Splendidly| \ ultuntcd, fnctn" .1 ,
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First, Personal Goodness: The he believed God would, from the ashes of the assertion that Florida railroad EXCHANGE, hold l Royal, Paiuclann.Enlarged ; tr
re-I I of Isaac raise him The faith taxes are too low Is to compare them Improved ."d. ,
ligion of Jesus Christ differs from all np again. W. I. METCALF
Manager. The PALMS date ounvenlancta.!
b ethnic faiths by this. It mates personal J I I of Moses was a magnificent instance. with those of other stales. ,

goodness the'ep&entlal saving Educated at the court of Egypt, graduating From a source regarded as onthortta- Rates $2, $2.50 : z

AU religious have much tlement.// in the University of Hellopolla, at Live the-present status of. railroads taxation Abstracts of Title Furnished. West Palm Beach, Fla, For special weekly"'l'b.ratu address egg ?
was hlm..W
much that is good in them, B forty years of axe: be forsakes Egypt to throughout the country, exclusiveof r

Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Mobam.t be the companion of a nation of slaves federal taxation may be briefly Surburban Tract: ,
t medanism. They make much of the externals groaning under the bash treatment of stated as follows: The average taxation .W>;i
for the United States is $ S4.,8 per mile; Partly Improved 'fruit farm and planter. -
of their the He had faith In
religion. They go to Egyptian overseer. grove near town. Twenty acre tract (6
j God. knew Florida's taxation" I is $113 6y per mile arrea, cleared,Uacreslnchoice and The Capital Cafe '
temples, they pay vows, they make pilgrimages He that the slaves of Egypt orange : <|
grape fruit treea HI aero in Irtah potatoes ,
they pray often but when would be a grand race and give{ the The range of taxation: is from $r,4u U.acre lu assorted vegetables., i acre -
\ ., mile, in Massachusetts to $,a.17 per in tomato, gunres of chicken yant. eti
per
they get through, they feel they have knowledge of the true God to the cloned with' poultry netting. Nuw ti-rooii, Oysters Steaks
discharged their religous) duties. They world. mile, in South Dakota. In Conneticut, house, aupplicd: with water tank;grove supplied s .

make a distinction between ceremonyand Columbus had faith In himself and I Rhode Island, New Jersey and New with room irrtffiulttfcplnnt; % acre flower,good garden table planted"andwagon Chops Etc.a .- -. '.
'York the taxation exceeds $500 per mile. to chitlcvHtroAcfl and other flower HES'JOHANGK r
heart the of world when
purity.Christianity discovery a new beset LAND IN DA.DH COUNTY A
teaches that going to out in his three little ships to find In Illinois, Indiana; New Hampshire, bargain f n>Dcrtv for h.- : +>---- -r- --, ---- At All '''Ho ,
I' Ohio and Pennsylvania the taxation ex.
church, making) prayers, giving money, America.No ceeds $300 mile. Lake Front Fruit Laod: .. Open From O A. M* to to I*_. M.
and all the externals of religion have man ever did anything worthy of per .
One hundred twenty four of Nod
Here
one supreme purpose, and that is to historic mention who did not have -sq.- pineapple Jdl: ar Lantana, will be NORMAN O. UPl Mai%

make )good men and women. If itdon't strong faith. We need faith In God, "The Famine Is Over." old comfortable, cheap: : house Twenty situate ncrea an the cleared land: :smell hake:: I Opposite Jefferson Block, Corner Oily Street and Clematis A '
make honesty, truth,benevolenceand faith in ourselves, faith in x>ur cause. fcont. Owned by aou-resident, who,1..lre. t . .
to dispose of name At a tacriflce price. .s. r .
love to man as well as love to God, We need consecration. The Carthaginian The car famine has been relieved, and y

it is a sham and a fraud and a mockery. ( mother who sent five boys to the shipments are now coming forward. ]I Unimproved Fruit Land:

Christ told the most orthodox sect of battle field asked a courier, "bow goes serve you promptly GEORGE F. ro.acr.tract UPorOjiiH suitable for alt..,,. THE I
his day. the Pharisees, that the harlots I the fight ?" "Your five sou's are slain," PADDISON, Tug LUMBSKUAN, Eau fruits or plueapiilca. It Hold in entire tract. ..TR1VB'.i j
$15 Ten-awe lota
per aero. at$*> per acre.
and publicans had a better chance of be replied. "I did not ask about my Gallic, Fla. o .. A barffiiiu tract and. ;Dicure.

_, NEW MANAGEMKNT:
1P23gfrSy3' ''iE1 n Town Property: 4

I i r.rvrr.r.'man.n.rr..n.ntr.r..rnn..n..r.n..rrr t &"'-Room.....t. 1'rlce House,,,1 0o.new, on good residence. MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla, J
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; : T-Room Home,an attractive residence. Price -------
/ $3730' caah. ____ :Electric: Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete :Service: ?'I
Vacant lot*. Kealdencm on beat Streets
I \'CLOTHING Largq!and small outtagea, lIuulneHa! block, The Best $2.00 per day Hotel In Florida..

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Contmodtousreatdenceon corner and In a moat. desirable one of neighbor the be* Take car at tb.Union bepot and uk the Conductor to atop attheTravelers, 1i-l.:

E o hood. ______
I.E = One of the moat conveniently arranged rea -
- Ideitce in the town. Located on a choice

residence clinnihea, depot attest andbiiHluen convenient center.to school Cheap, Lumber and BuildingMat rial
f at$375o."
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iU Alfred Benjamin's Line Ii Good Investment Property-to-room house"" ,
well located Price. |J, oo.Biilldlna .. Everything in the Building Iilno.

: Lots well located, In deilrabl .
neighborhood, at %li5,$400.foo f ijoo,Jijoo Lime Sash Kails .
: E sod$3500 eoah.Paiihlonable v Builders Hardware
1' T11 cL o The Nobbiest a cement Doors Paints
= private boarding house, faro:
T Made lHhedand looking Lake two and splendidly close to located post office lots., over.and House Orders a Turned W
_ : market Price fS.500.Pln..t Specialty; + ;:rk of all: Kinds

residence (furnlohed) property and
most commandingly: located property InWent GEO. F. PADDISON, Eau Qallle Fla.
Palm Beach. Splendid view of the 1.1n-"
; lake .and Kurt aide front price {7.900 '
Ii Homespun Suits, $12 to $25 ". .
Beautiful residence. .Ite, near Lake front.

LL Fancy Flannels $10 to $20 JHce 13,150. ___ ___ TROPICAL t'r
I' 1r1i New to-room residence beat home street
3 in town, near churches and"schools|i,6oo;;

.E Fancy Cassimeres $7 to $15 Three Small tenement cottages, well local
cared,corner lot. 1'rlce li,6oo
3 Real Estate
Neat little home ol five rooms porch on Exchange
three '' boner plenty' of shade In
yard, on;'ooS street, In good neighborhoodconveuleut
dlntuuce' front churches. school"

Full Line Blacks and Blues I Doable and depot.cottage. Price-, I4roomon-$raoa prlnclpnl rest W. I. METCALF.. Manager.

dunce 03,500.street; rents. for$jB9 per year. Prlue


t I $10 to '$20 Double cottage 14 rooms, corner of Olive Certified Abstracts of Title r
*Fern>.::1110 streets; rent_* fur fjUH pel year.- Price Furnished,!

; Double cottage. 14 rooms located on Olive
y treet. rents tonnes per year. Price li, oo. '

E We have an expert Clothing Man, r I,Special preceding figures properties for CASH to any for all one of wUhlnif the three to Desirable Investment Tracts, ;, ;,ter

i = with 20 years' experience, and can ... = ,!: make a good iutereet-pnllIlIlnv.tmeal. Truck-Farming Lands,.

1 E give you the best satisfaction in Truck.Farm Lands:
: .< :, = Bplendld muck land In one of the mod Pineapple, Properties
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*made to order' Clothing in the $' (prosperous n >ud Coiinty.vegetable Choice growing tract aettlementat a* $15 per
a b : city. Her for club. 8p clal prioaoil lime pay
n ment West Palm Beach Lots

W Lake Worth Water-Front: Vacant
and
ate feet of Takc front. ad Joint tiff one.' the Improved.
'handsomest' Improved properties on the
ANTHONY BROTHERS Iake." Can be bought If taken atooceat
r bargain figure. Beautiful River-Front'Properties on

rr 1 500 feet of doubt frontage tVakeaod. Ocean
n beautiful knoll for building ate, b arinacoooanut Indian River
Lake.
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; Palm Beach orange and lime treeaf plenrtMboat Worth
West Palm .
Beach
I Miami hoes, cte.t near v iluubl improved|
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C property
and Bay Biscayne. 1
: i BUILDING LOTS.-T,ike and Ocean frout-
;: It ., age,at t.v and$40 vet foot
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!! 31 Splendidly Equipped Hotel well
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j; r Good Hotel:

E ANTHONT'H 8MOKK Well locateddoinga. nice business., aplen located open the year around
r, ::: ARID dully equipped. *fih modern convenleHcea.. ,
4 .e Pro.perouacommunity andSnest fruit
dtieinK territory the East. Court: Write pro- and
LENT BALR8MEM doing
'Ii: AI' L fur terms and particular.Indian *. a paying business. I

I r; River Property: -

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Melbourne town lot*.bearlnV orange,irrap tmp.J)
,""'r 1"''''' fruitand lemon ajronreAlw m PUMUO.. Send ui a description of
block.frontingonatrict aud Slum s any desirable! p-sperty you have for ale. i '
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