The Tropical sun
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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 28, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00272
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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? i'' I PRETTY WEDDING Spier, 4; E. A. Mullikin, o; t. Water. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. REnE AND THERE. Coy Jennings left yesterday for a PURELY '"PERSONAL.. '
_r bury, 5f"; : A. H. Stafford; W. War visit to East and South Florida and Intends
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? e den Brokaw R --- ------r to visit his old home at -- *--
0; J. o; J liegeman Ii; pay a to *> t
i Clerk: Adams Captures a Bride Ties divided money. What the Sun's Men Heard In The craps.of New About This and ThatI Brooksville before returning to the Capital People. They Come and do-People

e from Minneapolis, Minn. Third Event-fio oweep stakes, ten Llvley' Local Whirligig- : And Different Things I You May or May Not Know.

---- birds, two DlI-+sea out H. Brokaw, 8; J. __ --- --

M.thodl.t Church the Son of ,an 3 S, Remsou, to; O. 1". Blandy, 9; J. D, A Mirror of Minor!! 0'I Happening.,. A.j ,,Ntwsy Not. and Items of Interest toE Pensacola has'latey been invaded bya A"'M.lang- of Personal Items-VI.ltop. In
Crimmins, a Ciia. Harkneeg. 5 1 J. N.O. gang of burglars and though no successful ,
Improsslv Ceremony. Reception ; dents, Coming Bvents. and a | gveryboeyinOensraf and Nobody the City, and Citizens: VlilUn
Spier, 7; E. A. Mullikin, 4; t,. Water I' hauls have been made, several stores t"1
,. at the Hotel Palms. Galaxy of Current Gossip |T' In Partleular Out of the City
W. War have been entered, tbe last being Ward"jewelryatore $!
t bury 5; W. A. H. Stafford, Ii; E ... .
e- hodist Episcopal Church, was den, Ii; J. Brokaw, 4. I'lValko e V ,i\ -*- Wednesday night: where --
: .Monday night of a very After the regular events there were er" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS.' Famous- Horsehide. Shoes-ANTHONY'!* the burglars bored eighteen holes In tbe T. T. Welch, route agent of the South.

Ire tt log, the occasion being the several individual contest! until dark. A fine line of Spring Millinery at the ,i lx II-standard of the worldat I safe but rould not force It open. ern Express Company, spent a few days

rya, p runty o Mlsi Margaret Carol Carroll The spectators took a keen interest in! Bee Hive _1NOX, : ANTHONYS Baos. The Times-Union and Citizen: says it this week at the Palms hotel,

r'n Samuel Adams. llii. and generously, applauded O. R. of
oral' shoot is the fashion for the belle of today to Johnson, proprietor the .
.. Willaon bin
A. Has sold Lake front
Some in Cook Stoves
rare bargains
f1''N r ifice was aglow with light that every' .difficult t t-shot: while i they, with personate a "noted ancestress," and some Grand Atlantic hotel of Daytona, is
property to Mrs. Henry Phipps, of Pittsburgh Iat hett'. Hardware Store. .
through the ferns and palms, equal'generosity, consoled shooter, Pa., and has purchased the Camp- of the costumes dug up from the moldy topping with mine host of Pal me. "
',, at banks and heaps of blossoms, when his bird! fluttered until it fell dead Defender ready-made sheets, as cheap : past to gratify this whim are sometimes
bell Evernla Street.
,'' nlllant tropical hue, that constituted just beyond the limit. Cottage on aa';sbeetiag,, at tbe Bee Hive. I quite picturesque. But it is'safe' betting Dr. J. A. McLeay again on the Lake

decoratlonp." ; The wedding marches .. Today lathe. last on which the shooting ,} that none of them will appear in the for a short sojourn. His many friends ,

a the bridal party approached and fie- "' 'P. S. S. A. K.I of quit and turkey is permitted, and '{:YOUNG'S HATS-none better. madeat costume of their most noted ancestre s- are pleased lo note his much improved

reed from the'altar were rendered by numerous parties were out to have a 13.00. ANTHONY BROS., Mother,Eve. health since leaving-here last Spring. I y.t,

o' '' '11I Eva Yarborough: organist, assisted Tire; annual meeting 'of the Florida last crack at the ,brown beauties of the : .:1rf,Seven murder cases will come up for Black entertained' Mr. J. P. Miller, of Millersburg, Ky., t 9 9a

Mr. Walter Minnick, violinist. And Society Sons of the American Revolution field. trial this week at Madison. Mr. A. W. anum.bel' friend of Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn y

happy couple, stood beneath a mar held in 1'ensacola on the 32nd In. FURNISHED of his friends at a "Tulip Dinner" at Sheen, has come up from a visit to Pom.
: HOUSES: at from $200 to -/Two- Furnished Rooms for gentlemen,
ge bell, while the minister pro stant, was largely: attended. The reports the Beach Club early in the week. The and is of the
a Sheens for
Bros pano guest
$800 for the season. Call soon and secure $..00 and $5.00 per week. Anthony a l
unced.the words that made them one. I of the ,committees on finance and A _IMM table was exquisitely decorated In red few days.
the desirable. Real l
most Tropical ___ ___
'be church was crowded with the 1 membership show the society to be In Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing. A. tulips and ferns. Those'' who enjoyed 1I }
Estate W. I. Metalf Man-
Exchange ,
'S S ndeof bride and groom, fully five i excellent condition. The annual election Oj:, Bain, Sehuiid Block, Clematis Av I his hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ruth Bond concluded a five

4 n undred invitations having been Issued', for officers resulted as follows; alter enue.. l-9-tf. Moller Jr., Mr. and Mrs :Henry Rea, weeks visit with her brother and sister,

ndaa? th* majority of the guests wereIfig Hon. John C. Avery, President. i Dr. J. M. Munyon has purchased a Miss B. H. Adams and Messrs James Mr. and Mrs. J. D. C. Morris, of this '

l e' ai"a & dress, the.) scene was a most Hon. A. C. Blount, Vice-President. 3 H. P. Trnscott engine for his yacht, foD. John G. Ward, of Pensacola, is McCreery, Brown and Painter. town, and returned to her DeLand homeon

I.3i harming; and attractive one. Dr. Mr. W. O. II. Sherard, Secretary.Mr. From J. D. C. Morris, the well known eo announced nrirI s1oller.as a candidate for Railroad One farmer, near Miami, reports having Wednesday.; ,
loughton the bride and Mr. and of that. (in _
gave away Arthur Brown, Register representative Jnntyilar motor
just finished shipping crates qf ,
"' 400 those
Among enjoying the
llbur Yarborought acted as best tnan.ivCreaaon treasurer. this section.at I Table' board $4. week. Room, hospitalityof 'JI
30 per tomatoes from one acre, realizing $1,000, the Palms Is J. F. Casey and a ,
d, tu M.9- !. was maid of honorvjister Board of Managers-Messrs. _R. M. wf..lti board, $6 per ,.wee14.A'. Mrs. PrankDarlinOlteSt and claims have luud family, 4" u
perfect o ; to only I.oopnounds >f I'UUburg, Pa one of the ] !! J1
and Miss,' Gertrudei !t"l-.alDcllo! alavJIlPI'ierce : '' leading melt 0 t' : a ;
and Chas :
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In Carey B. C. JA 98 ,
oJ oaf. x: of that
\. ( fertilizer on : natch. Well. i
M engine for sale half price"Agent of his city and one of the 1
.J.::i. u D../XWed 'as j bride's'maid,8'dth Choate '." ., *'r's ; largest subway
there Is land in reach of West
bft'oet-1.: : G.: ,Riegel and Tony Lope pelegatea to National Society-President for the Gray Marine and Stationary Protect your homes from fire.. The easy contractors in the United States.
Palm Beach that will
k Gas Engines. W. P. UNDKRWOOD, Phoenix Fire Extinguisher will do It. yield fully as .
were groomsmen. John C. Avery, Pice-President; A. i well and not require so much fertilizer, B. F. Carter is back from Gleumore
following the marriage ceremony,'a alternates Roseland, Fla. 1-31-11.. A. 0.., Bsin, Schmid Block, Clematis
R. M. Carey ,
C. Blount, Maj. ; and it is on the market, for sale Ga after an absence of some time.
grand reception was given; in the parlors Messrs. B C. Tunison, W. H.: Milton, We have a car load of Cook Stoves Avenue. ________ *'' -- Ben stole a march on the boys by getting -
of the Hotel! Palms, which was The Ocala Banner, in referring to the
Peter O. Knisht. coming and must make room for them. married while up the: country. He / .
full load of tomatoes
The first car
appointment of John F. Dorman, of Su-
moat profusely decorated aud lighted --;----:--- Present stock must go. It is going ban the ben wishes and congratulations
this season was shipped last week from wanee County, as Chief Clerk in the
in honor of tbe occasion and where the Hanson (Grant to be Sold fast. Don't miss the chance to get a ( contained of hla many friends here .
and six
Miami to Chicago, of State's office, pleasantly
had the Secretary
of the
many friends happy pair on good stove cheap-at Hatchett's Hardware -
hundred crates.' remarks that be is not from Hernaudo Mrs. Victoria McCrillis Providence,
offer their congratulation
to .
opportunity Fine body of land situated on the Indian Store.
_____ R. I., daughter of Col. C. de. "
I\nd wishes for future joys and never County. Neither is tbe editor of the J. Jones,
in Dade County.To
River Hive for defender
etiiHnghappiness. One of the features auction at Miami, Mr. aud Mrs. James E. Wilson, of I Go to the Bee {| Banner from tbe County of Flaglervllle, ceased, one of the best known of Lake '

.' of tbe reception was the wedding march March be the sold 3rd.at public Brooklyn, N. Y., have purchased a sheets, pillow cases, and underwear and Stev-; I although: it must be admitted that he Worth's early and regular Winter vistors r

Mr" J. W. McCrillis aa the couple of Lake front lots in tbe Jefferson Warner's rustproof corsets bas already become remarkably well ; is here for a short visit and to
; played) qy The J. M. Hanson or Miles Grunt consists en's ''coats and skirts. *
wedding parly entered the reception of 16,000 acres of valuable land, Addition and will erect thereon a acclimated.\ -Dally Capital. look after her property holdings in town ,
two thousand dollar cottage this Summer State Printer I. B. Hilson the owner and south of town.
parlors. situated the confluence of the St. Lu-
at Mr. E. A. Wee<1ham, of Moccasin
The sale made the Tallahassee Capital has purchaseda fRed
was by Trop. of the
--marA -- cie and Indian Rivers, which has been Branch, near St. Augustine, has recently Mr. P. F. Potts a wealthy resident of
: ical Real Estate Exchange W. I. Met. Interest in the Fensacola
New Abstract Office II, litigation in the Courts of the United purchased a machine for grinding casa- Hook, on the Hudson N. Y., with

-- States for more than 70 years, is at last calf, Manager.One Evening News. _______ va, and proposes to utilize it in can vert. his wife, la registered at the Seminole i

Mr. P. t,. Fay, of the Chicago Title settled. A large portion of it, includingpart of the houses in course of erection Cook Stoves-Cook Stoves-Cook Ing this edible root into human focd. lotel. This is Mr. Potts" first visit to

& Trust Co., is here for the purpose'of of the water' front, will be sold at in West Palm Beach is a handsome Stoves-cut prices-to make room fora From reports over the State it would West Palm Beach, and expressed hlm-

making a complete abstract of the public outcry, at Miami, on March 3rd. twc-Btory, ten room cottage for the carload coming. Get in on the ground seem that at least the efforts to introduce elf as belug charmed with what he bad "' ,

records: of deeds in Dade County.' Mr. and a clean title can now be had to the !great actor,, Joe Jefferson, at the corner floor at Hatchett'sIIardware Store. his tropical food root into the State was already seen. Mr.;, Potts and his wife

Fay is an expert in his line and will go ;tfroi" erty. / of Datura and Narcissus Streets, one A malicious Wednesday night. about to be crowned< with success, and is propose to make quite a lengthy stay, .1 '

I over the records in the most careful This large body of land would have Mock back from the Lake shore. Mr. set fire to the person carriage of a Fensacola growing[ steadily in favor, slowly, it is The visitor from the farthest point -

? manner possible. The abstracts will\ be been settled upon and purchased' long G. W. Brown, (the foreman !u charge, beckman and utterly destroyed it, thus true, but steadily North this.* season is Mr. B. O. Rayocs, I j
taken what is known as the Chicago but for conflicting claims, and Is stated that the would be
upon ago cottage < hardly of Stellarton Novia ,
A..& the'unfortunate man of his Scotia. He is tegstered
dep/iving The Miami Board of Trade held
will\ for the first
"oII!":" plan. Mr. Fay say it require now put upon the market completed for occupancy this season. at the Palms. But be .
livelihood.The really\
with the citizens of the
about nine month to bring the work up time. Parties desiring to make any investment joint meeting f
West Palm Beach was visited Monday came a warmer climate than New
last and
town Tuesday
wilt perfected plans
to date -Miami Metropolis in Indian River property Tropical Real Estate Exchange
night by a tropical storm, which, while for' an annual carnival be held in York or Boston, for the Gulf Stream t
-- do well to attend the furnished houses on
.l has several nicely flows
violent, as all such storm are, was gf connection with the Dade County Pair that by his home tempers the t
-'- -- its rent rolls, suitable for Northern fam.'
chilly blasts of
short duration. The display of electricity Great enthusiasm was displayed and all winter until they are i }
Our Winter Visitors. lies desiring to make their homes here bearable at least.
An i8-Karat gold band ring, having a ---- that preceeded the downpour of for the present pledged themselves to help the I
rain, was superbly grand and the rain, season. ________ elion. enterprise forward. That is the right
motto on the inside the ring, "In God A lour of the hotels and cafes of West TUB SUN acknowledgeaa pleasantck'l !

We Trust;" Finder will\ be suitably rewarded Palm Beach was made yesterday, anti in I which began to fall In sheets shortly .Joseph B. Wall, of Tampa Judgeof sort of spirit to show, and will help Wednesday from John Pendrel, traveling

Y if ring'Is returned to Mrs. J. D. reply to enquiries the proprietors stated after midnight, washed the surface of the Circuit Court of the Sixth District, Miami materially in her effort to keep ; passenger agent for the Clyde line,

Adams, West Palm Beach.Florida that the influx of tourists and visitors the streets until': they were like driven baa announced his candidacy to succeed up to the pace that West Palm Beach with headquarters Jacksonville. Mr.

riTy ... from the North was steadily on the in snow. Justice Mabry, on Supreme Bench of has set. ________ Pendrel, who spent several days here

dun Club. crease. Whereas last month there was Services at the CongregationalChurch : the'State of Florida. At the recent meeting of the State this week, hustling up business, has recently

... -. plenty. .of room, the larger hotels stated. West Palm Beach at It a. m. and HOUSE for sale in monthly install Board of Health special attention was been appointed to the position he

The Florida dun Club gave its second that this month tney had turned many; i 7:30: p.m. Preaching by tbe Rev. S, D. ments of $35.oo Also, for RENT: furnished given to the matter of regulating more holds, and we are pleased to learn that
l't",_ i ",. '" .the bird shoot last Wednesday after. away and expected to b.full housesall Paine. Morning subect"Is] Man naturally cottuge for |35 oo a month for six stringently rule requiring physicians he Is meeting with a marked degree of
that the
noon, at the club grounds, located at during March. All agreed Rellgioui f" At night: "Tbe 1m. months or more. Both centrally lo- all over the State to report by telegram "success .
for the
H. number of visitors was greater Hundred." Christian *
mortal Three Endeavor
mile and a half cated. P. O. box 441.
Beach about a or in the most all
Palm month of February this year than for school at Four brothers, B., A., 1(. and P. Yen- i
at 6:30: Sunday
I+ from the railroad bridge. There was p. m. The Florida Christian Endeavor will cases of contagious diseases; dlptheria, eklasen; of Zeeland. Mich., are guests at ,

quite a number of friends In attendance, ryot.\ One noticeable feature was .the number 10 a.m. Song service and prayer All meet- meet= at Tallahassee March I4tb, for a measles, leprosy, scarlet fever, etc. It the Palma hotel. They constitute the

i many of them ladies, and tbe day was i from the West and Northwest, as Wednesday invited. 7:1: ] p. m. are cor. three day's convention,.aud their friends would seem that some physicians have largest brick manufacturing firm of the
Ideal one, with no wind to disturb dially all lately been lax In their observance of
an there making
4 i compared with last year. Single gentle are necessary preparation West, a business that has descended to
the shooting. men predominated over single ladies, One thing notlclble among the winter to entertain them handsomely. this rule and tbe Board now proposes to them from their grandfather; who, of { ;"
There will be another live bird shoot visitors, is the inquiry many of them call such delinquents sharply to task I
std a great many of the visitors who Game wardens over the State are necessity, first burned a kiln of brick
I next Saturday, when, In addition to the make regarding choice building lots in and make them comply strictly with the 'I
f'' find rest and repose in West Palm Beach giving notice to the many strangers: with which to build a brick chimney, S a
stake events, a handsome West Palm Beach. Many have become law-and to this end have sent out
i regular sweep middle life those and then finding the business
are couples past or within our borders, that the season for profitable ,
will be offered by Mr. II. Brokaw, purchasers and the real estate agents warnings to the medical fraternity not
cup left their continued in it. ;
who are older and have grown deer, turkey and quail has closed, and ,
and,it Is expected 'that this wllt"caU out children at home, to seek the balmy in town have been kept busy showing that the law will be strictly enforced to fail in making such reports' with the -+a.----- "r

'. several good shots who did not partic breezes of Florida and escape the chill desirable lots to prospective buyers. against all offenders. least possible delay; Trained Nurses. '!

ipate in tbe match last Wednesday.The blasts that have rendered the North almost No doubt, many of them will build cottages -ter _- -------- .'

following are tbe scores of the unhabitable. this winter.At and return each winter to spend Pensacola can probably boast the 11., E. Church Services. Can be obtained by telegram or postal '. f

events. Mr. Fred Rntter, official scorer: the Restaurant and Cafe the inquiry the cold months here. I boldest thieves in the State of Florida; addressed to Church, Home and Hospital .. ;:

First Event-$3 sweep stake, five birds; was met with the rel"lyof good Storm signals have been np for three as according to the Journal, some of tbe > Tbe following Is the order of services Orlando, Florida. Terms, $[5 per l'; '"

II, Brokaw..4. J. S. S. Remson. 4; O- F. business, increased. tourist business over days and yesterday a government notice gang actually dog np and carried off In tbe Methodist Church, to which a week. -_! .. :a-aitf.: '. i
miossChas.: Hark shade trees from the yard of a prominent c, .
Blaudy.JlJ.: D. cordial 'invitation is given to :
last month and over a corresponding. was posted at the postoffice, giving: warping strangers Celebrated Palmist Here. ./
uses, 4; J N. O. Spier, 3i; E. A. Mulll period for last year, and all seemed con of an approaching storm and warn' citizen ]tSaturday night. : Sunday School at 9'43= a. m. Preaching ,

kin,4; I,. Waterbury, 5! W. A. II. Staf. fident that the month of March, would ing all pointaon the south Atlantic coast. Friday Evening Mrs. McCaslin gave at II a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Epworth Madame Naomi, the celebrated palmist Y

J..I.. ford, a; W. Warden, i; I. Drokaw. 4;dlvltlcd J. be equally as profitable. Last night the wind blew very a reading: before the Fortnightly Club. I League"Devotional Meeting at 3 p. m. of New York City, Is here for short [

R. liegeman, 5. Tbe money was -_._- hard, with slight rain, and there was and at the request of Mr. Joseph Jeffer Rev C. Fred Blackburn, Pastor. time.. Persons wishing bandreadingswill

between the three tied.stake five f \ -the k epere' delight. I quite a heavy shower this morning, but I son. 8be recited **Th.t Old Sweebeart of 1 I --.-- find her in Room 19 Jeffemon

,Second Event->$5 sweep S. Plated articles cleaned with Silverall will! later the cloudscleared away, the winds Mine*"' to the great pleasure other FURNISHED ROOMS' in a most desirable Block. ''
miss and out H Brokaw, 3. J. ------ -
birds, ; I show 'wear. A, O. Bain, Schmid ceased to roar and nature smiled once audience, This evening the Club meetsat location. Enquire at Tao.r<::..u.
t S. Remson,,5Chas o; G. F.Harkness Blandy,,,4. !4]:.'J-N. PCrlinmlns O. (Block: CleWtls Avenue t-g-tf. ,I I more on this favored section; I Mr.. IredSterry's. iM I SON office. MANHATTAN SnlRTS-\II'tHOl'YJI'


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fIi Mon at Oei B.omomla flat laMarketing IN... IlHAR
large as that In whichwe
In a country as
BAKER. of Its
live. with the greater

\ producing regions widely separated ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
ti Th. Sacce.e of Tile Dr.ln... on from the markets which they serve FURNfl1Ja.r
West ]'aIm BeaCh I'la.
Farm Land and Hlahweire-Some the matter of transportation Is one of '"
Resent lDxper m.nt. In Illluole. vast Importance says Martin Dodge In 111.:11:
t All Kinds of ,
+II niro.tow Boat Coo
This applies particularlyto
How the Work Sfcoald D Dun* The Forum. '
sand our agricultural products for while .w I. BUSTOAUi, Bicycles sad Bicycle Sumlrle. 8te ee,Tluware, Door,Saab s1- ,
All roads except those on pure *
A+ can be materially Improved by tile a great output portion and both of our of our farm manufactured growth- ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. All Kinds Fishing T ckle and Sporting docUainllue i if

drainage says Professor Ira O. Baker must be moved long distances by rail NOTARY PUBLIC. Stove. Bine Flame Kerosene Oil Btoveli k

of the Illinois agricultural experiment water before reaching a market Will prootloa'in' County: State and Federal (ila.ewareLamp.idLantern.' Harrtwm HTO.' l'a'' '
I or Court n. (/"M..U Order Qlveu, Prompt Adten&lan& .
station In Good Roads Magazine. This practically all of the latter must also J, lW. icy
c ; is the opinion of many farmers in several bit transported for greater or less dlsances ---

communities with whom the writer over the public highways. The OfBce In TROPICAL Ben Block. ;

;.. has conversed on this subject In question of marketing these agrlcul.tural West Palm Beach Dad County: Florida TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Manilla, Hous '

''s each community this Is universally the products. amounting{; In the Unit ..... r"

A opinion of the farmers who have had ed States to Jl.OOO.OOO.OOO annually' on H' n. 8AUND12U8, e, AFull Line
that the dealer can afford to 1
terms .
the best success !In draining their own TTOItXEl' A T LA W. MRS. TIFFANY 5PROUL, Pf, p
pay and the grower to accept often re- f.e t
\ 'The of tile drainage Is not ,I tl
farms. to of cheap and
luces Itself a question Cor..erOUve and D..turaBlreot.., Always H .
a great say about 00:\ cents per roil, or quIck delivery-In other words to a C Clean Rooms i" '
and the Improvement if. la-6-I: WEST PALM BRACH FLORIDA c&attGtftr\ ,
$100 per mile- question[ of economical transportation.As ,
r i i. permanent, with no expense for maintenance far as the railways and steam SSSSiSM l I In Stock And Good

'-, and the benefit is immediate ship lines are concerned, tills problemhas i\ J. LEWIS.

and certain. been dealt with very Intelligently .* \ Wholesome Food.

f I i: K 1 best Further, preparation, tile drainage for a gravel is tbe or very a and have satisfactorily.been applied without Skill and stint money to the AT10RNEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC. \ and Summer Goods Rates $5.oo Per Week r

: ;.d Steno road. Gravel or broken stone provision of enlarged means of con. Agent the U. S. Plilellty A Qu.ranty. Co..ol Spring j
; ,1 foundation veyance, Improved ways and Increased Baltimore Md.Olllco Table Board $4.50 Per Wee
placed upou an undralued Influences under thetress ClnmatleAveuuecadNarrlseuHNtreetover .
t. tower. These at corner of -
t'I r, is almost sure to sink gradually, whatever of strong competition have reduced Htrohiu'a f.cure. 1-4-1901\ : Recently Secured in New York ;
,f Its thickness whereas a thinner long distance freight rates to a I Near Corner Poinseltu anej t 'Eft w ;

d, layer upon an uuderdralned roadbed reasonable level. Streets
''if will give much better service "Roads There Is one phase of this transporta- II. I'. 131tANN I N(1, "

: tiled without gravel arms better than lon problem, however, which has np- I We Invite Ladies to Calland I WEST PALM BEACH, FL er', ,
I roads graveled without tile." ronched no satisfactory solution- that Attorney and Couiist-IIor-at-Law, It.r.te 1

The road should be underdralned so Is the matter of wagon road haul. As (Olllco over Dank,) ...----
II' ; as to keep the water level well below while the
has already been said greater Examine our
r,, 1 the road surface. In most localities pnrt of our farm products travels by :a-i6; I9J3:; WEST 1'ALM BEACH, FLA. West DIMICK & RIEGE7Prepriet

this can be accomplished reasonablywell steamship, canal or railway for a portion Lately Purchased Stock

by laying a line of farm tile three of the journey to market virtually it. ANNO, Palm
or three and a half feet below the road yir.

surface along one side of the roadway.It ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. '

la sometimes claimed that there + Office-Front Room Hatohett Building. Ave. D, F l Remember, We are Leaders in our Line j Beach
should be a tile on each side of the
'' I Mlaxit. Florida.ioo.

4 I, road.Some tests recently made by the Illinois A. & BOTSFORD & CO. j Dr
ED.; A. WOKL.UY.'.
;;.1\ experimental station, not yet published 0-

seem to indicate that one line ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : rotr
',} will give fairly good drainage under i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A.A.AAAAAAAA, .
l' r The General practice In BIBle and federal Court
the most adverse conditions. experiment -
.; All bUMI...... entrusted will receive prompt intention. IN-
consisted in the drainage oft .

.ti a piece of land selected as the worst office, Brown Building, Ave. D and lUth

t \ I,, that could,be found in a part of the yF I If Struct.MIAMI.. FLORIDA Drugs Toilet Article!

j state notorious as having large area e EVERGLADE PRODUCE CO. ,

of hardpan which it was generally con. 9 -
..; Ill- Stationery ana
sldered could not be underdralned "be1 'J ,
-r"-- :,. i. / I
cause the soil held water like a jug. _

t Lines of tiles were placed two and a --y- ATTOKNEY'AT-LAW. Headquarters for Druggist's SunonPreacrlptionaOarefulIy ,
half feet and feet apart The NOTARY PUBLIC.
!\ deep fifty 'TO MARKET: ON A GOOD XtOAD.
n'i water level at a point midway between MIAMI! FlA. Com ount
A f all of them are conveyed for some distance 11.Itt-lv .
the lines of tiles was lowered eighteen East Coast Business. Solicits::
over the public highways. It Is Live and Dressed Poultry
r inches, when at the same time the water
unfortunate that this Is often the most AMES E. AN1JUEWS :: PALM BEACH. 6.1
level in the undrained portion of
expensive part of their journey. It has
I '4, the field was only six inches below the been shown by mathematical demon ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Country Produce {
surface, In this case the surface of mf
stration that It costs more to move a NOTARY PUBLIC, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
I the ground water had a slope of'one a
bushel of wheat or a ton of hay ten Fresh Country Eggs
) foot in twenty-five feet, but in a more PronocutliiK Attorney of BrcvarJ ('0.,
;- miles over the average country roads C. G. von SCHOELERWatchmaker
I. porous soil the slope would be much of the United States than to transport Ft. PlERCB AND TITUSVIU.B, FlA.
less. Therefore a single line of tile ,
3 s-iyr ,
the same burden COO tulles by railway
; three or three and a half feet deep, If ,
2,000 miles t ancl l
\ or by steamship. Grapefruit Oranges
r of adequate size will give nearly :, '.
per- M. KOnillNS i .
fect drainage and a second line will It ban happened ninny times in different QEO. ,;j F ; and Jew
parts or the country that farmers
not materlnlly improve It. and Counaelor-at-Luui
6 bave let crops KO;; to waste becausethe Attorney T
Some writers good roads advocatethe
cost of hauling them to the nearest ARTISTIC
use of a line of tile under the middle Will practice State and Federal court.,
market or railway shipping point over FRESH VEGETABLES _.. E. ENGRAVER on .
of the traveled portion, and some TITUSVH.I.E FLA.ttiiyr str
wretch and ill Ucpt toads amountedto it-
advocate a line on each side of the WOOD or METAL
more than could be realized for them
wheel way. The object sought by these afterward, whereas If good roads on .
j ; D. I EATON M. I).
tiles is rapid drainage and therefore its L. I PARLOR
which heavy loads could be hauled had
: urged that they shQuld be laid near been at bond the vuuie crops could have HOMtEOPATHIST: t1 V 1 .1M+H1.OJ-.-------1ti'N+ Sf In ZAPH BLOCK,
the surface. It is doubtful whether
i rr been marketed at a small profit to the Nut door, South olSEMINOLK
any water will reach the tile since the WEST PALM BEACH;FLORIDA.IttMilflBnre f CRAYONS. O WATER COLOHS.RieHRRD .
producer while the economic gain resulting HOTEL,
:k road surface when wet is puddled by opposite Methodist(hllr'h. Office .
( from their application to useful CliMiiatt Ave..ue.lI.x toManonlu. Tflmple. Entrance "

ij t: the traffic which prevents the water purposes would have been very consid Olllce bolira H tu \U u.in.,2 to 4 unit 7 to 8 p.m. :! WEST PALM :BEACH, FJ.A.
percolating through the soil and it Is erable. Sunday, :2 to 4 )..m. E. RESLBR.Photographer.
'} certain that in clay or loam the drainage Special Atr,,ntlon liven t... DlHeawee of .
Experienced workman. Cleaning and ,', .,
Women and Culldnu.TT : q'
; i' r t< thus obtained is of no practical Wid. Tlr. and Good Road. -- Kepelringekllltullydone. a-lo-tf "
l value. More than one farmer has tried /
tY Doubtless the best way to keep an :?t.
to drain his barnyard by laying tile earth road or any road for tbaf matter C. HOOD, M. D, vnrnrrrrrnrrrrrrrrrnreWheal r, '" '

t near the surface always without appreciable in repair is by the use of wide a ',..;, : :;'; ,
f ;,, effect tires on all wagons carrying heavy i CLEMATIS AVENUE i ....01", !'t'

1. While a line of tile on one sldo of the burdens. Water and narrow tires aid Onion over Strohm'i store WEST PALM' Opposite Masonic Temple. Chair Livery : t .
road Is usually sufficient, there Is often each other in destroying streets, macadam UKAC11.: lUsliienoa near Royal Folo- Y

a great difference as to the side on gravel and earth roads. Narrow ... ':!
PALM BEACH. 15.1B West Palm
!:. which it should be laid. It one sIde of tires are also among the' most do- elanaUotel. Beach: pla. j jjiappy f.
: : '
; New Wheels .
the road Is higher than the other the structlve agents to the fields pastures .
\0 tile should be on the high side to In- and meadows of farms, while on the U. POTXKU, M. !>., --------------------. .'- .' A''

tercept the ground water that Is flowing other hand, wide tires are roailnmkers. Polite Attendants ." ), 'It

down tbe slope nnder the surface. They roll and harden the surface, and 8-llll-aa: WEST PALM H1CACH FI.A. tie

t The tile should be laid in the bottom every loaded wagon becomes in effecta Prompt Service 'J,

I of the side ditch below the frost line. road roller. Nothing so much tend.* PLATTS, ai. D. Borne ,.V"r.:t..
t. Of course the tile should have a uniform to the improving of a road as the continued c.I' :' '\

I grade and a sufficient full and ant rolling of its surface. Tests PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. '"> '
t adequate outlet. The size of the tile made at the experiment stations in ---'----- Wheelmen furnished who are familiar
i t required will depeud upon the lengthof Utah and Missouri show that wide tires and Telegrams, delivered all hours. of the day If you use 4 j: wltb all points of Interest
night both
a the line and the grade of -the ditch not only Improve the surface of roads "I":
i C but local experience in farm drainage but that under ordinary circumstancesless 12-aQ-rQU: FORT PlKUCB. Fla. \eTANDe aides of Lake Worth. 4"r

I I... likely to be a better guide than any power Is required to pull a wagon UK. HOUGHTON The Famous "
general statement that can be made. on which wide tires are used. ,

t. Farm drainage is almost certain tot "DENTOS"HOLLAND _" Dn I TT -- --- .

precede road drainage in any particular Hew Jer..r'e Good Iloade. DOCK PIJONEIS. .-i'it o -' J A' .&TlAA "A JUNES & SPEED, Prop's.

locality. New Jersey was probably the first WEST PALM BEACH;
t The side ditches are to receive the state to make radical progress in road t 1HU------.

J water from the surface of the traveledway bulrtilng. By her state aid law, passed West Palm Beach Florida.,
T. 1>ANIKL, We have just received a big lot. Buying-
and should carry it rapidly and In 1801. It was possible for the author! L.

,{ entirely away from the roadside. Theyare ties under the direction and petition DENTIST : in such large quantities enables us to get "

useful also to intercept and carry of tbe taxpayers: to spend $430.000:; a the lowest prices and 'to secure cheaper Y
t off tbe COCOA.llnHAIII RIvgf.FLORWA: !-te 8f po.Order filled for Choice
water that would otherwise year in road Improvement Under this Indian
t .' freights and places us in to ,
a position
flow from the side bills upon the road. beneficent law ten miles ol excellent

Ordinarily they need not be deep and. roads were built tho following year GUy I. MKTCALF ,' ,"-,.J" give our patrons ROOK BOTTOM PRICES River Oranges. .

e if possible, should have a broad flaring double that in the next year and since : I"' t f
.rr side toward the traveled way to 1805 the full limit of the amount allowed NOTARY PUBLIC <' If you once use it you will have no other Come In and get familiar with' our --

prevent accident It a vehicle should bet by haw bus been annually used. For the State of Florida at Large"tl';'"' FAINT DEPARTMENT. '

t crowded to the extreme side of the Allowing $3.000 per mile this .mean Beetle,Mortgage*. Leaim and Contract W. P. HAT CHETTJEPFERSON New Idea in 'Trunks.

roadway. Tbe outside bank should be about 150:> miles of roadbullulng every Drafted ._ I
+, Hat enough to prevent caving. The Conveyancingaeperlnltv.: BLOCK:
I 1 I.. year. All Work Uuitranteed legally Correct. Hardware
4 proper form of ditch is easily made by Office In rnopic BUM, > Uloik.Went .,
rfglrJ t the visual road machine or road grad Th. Value of Contra.t. PalmxBoneh. Dado County florlda.U. -

(>r. The side ditch should have a free There la nothing like contrasts to ---

outlet into some stream so as to carry demonstrate the superiority of the good iWALLACE MOSES,
' ?4. :' the water entirely away from tbe and the worthlessness of the bad in j. B. ,MCGINLEY & GO.

ront!. No good roud can be obtained roadbulldlng. says the Cleveland ((0.) Saaaesior to A. W. Robert, ,

H i with side ditches that bold the water News-Herald. Every first rate highway REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.; ,
+ until It evaporates. Is a powerful indictment of the Agent for Went Palm Beach Town Lol., alas .. Strictly First-Class
Srt; Much alleged roadwork is a positive folly which permits roads near it to WuatPnlm Henri) water Work ,, ..

E' i; 1nrnnge for this reason. Piling np the remain In a state more befitting Spain M1TAHY Avenue,near PUBLICClematle 011"..8tr_.
' enrth in the middle of the road Is per- than tbe great and rich American re 11.U.lI1I)1: ) Went Palm Uewn. FloridaT.u House-Furnishings/ rryr II M ry'1

:j "k ''r tinps In Itself well enough but leaving public. Tho difference' '1* so striking ,

undralned boles at the side of the road and so easy to see and feel that the BROWN Draperies Window Shades ,
h $, t robubly more than counterbalances argument silently made for general ,
;. the benefits of the embankment. A road improvement Is the most poteut ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Wall
"' vt road between long artificial ponds Is : possible Plan apeclflcatlona prepared Papers, '

t 4' y always Inferior and Is often impassable Jobbing work glreij prompt attention at The Stallman Dresser Trunk
Datura Street. _
Hoop on Wickers
'' Demaad Good noada. Japaneseand
( It is cheaper and better to make aepru.nl.
a Idea
new In
n lower embankment and People generally are beginning to realize trollko. 11 I. a
E/ to drain POl'tAlbl.dreaing cue.with dr......
S that roadbnlldlng Is a public mat EOnCJU O. BUTLER. Enamel tra .; fur In..1 ofcol .....!
:5 thoroughly the boles at the side of the Goods abullon evrrylhing Imm a hat toa
iL' rouds. Often the public funds can be ter and that the best interests of Amer he Wr top. Cu.U,and no the more bottom thin goo.1 I...........Ibl.as ,>>". "
ENOINEER boxtrunk.
: more wisely used In making ditches ican agriculture and the American peo CIVIL. Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Hlilpp Two C,; *"| with privileges| ftll"'4
AND -cent
Dade :
Umor Illuntrated cauiogW;
pie a whole '
(S a ; in adjoining private lands than in mak. a demand the construction : County '

"' ll : snit: ponds at tbe roadside In an attempt of good road. and that money DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR FOR DADS COUNTY. F. A. STALLMAN

S to improve the rd' by raising wisely expended for this purpose li Ixical Acent for the Lan DevartnivMoMh*.; Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACH 08 Weat Spring Street
tb-suifuce. sure to return. + r. ".C. ft*. POMPANO- t LA, ,4--l\ 'H1.U ,"..t lye
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Blunt station" through/, which a "steady .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA: xokokokoogkokokotoko.to.t0.tokokokokokokokokoKOKokakoKOK I
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stii'tim/ (if liiboi. changed from nouelfudho ii Private School K M

Ni'dyople ( to ofTt'Ulve.( HboilUl yus roles. L. iii. If luilry, Kvorula: Street W o 0
'ED a f HE UNEW !'Moat\ of the who fluid > and CafeS
> men rt fuK< tn
s'v Dally\ "Memilona 8150,; to u a.m.
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ZEALAND. the:! Improved farm ] ol '. '
srttlpnjonts nun iron: to 1:30 p. m 'I HOTEL SEMINOLE I Iw
tho cldMsoCorUluury lubuK'-"navvleM" .Piano teiuianii.. by nrmnacimnt. t05tf< West' Palm Beach, Florida Btp.I.DlNI

but there Is among them a spilnkllng vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvlvyv'yvveFISH '
35 cents
A"elet Any I Regular Meals.
I B 341 ed-A of skilled laborer and the artisan o 0
Matter ot ,las
-- "-'-'---
class, Among the other things. done for 0 1' or
site Dole ul Ol 'clogs, AND OVSTHB.8. All kinds of fish, Oysters' Steaks! Chops, Etc 4 ',
them Is bow
them W
to teach to work
sink ant Cbarlty.T The Instruction glveu them l Is not simply also fresh Indian :River oysters every Overlooking beautiful Lake Wortb., facing the Hotel ,xo To Order .

1> I II'W Zealand Idon Is not to reihe ) how to work their land, as wan. day. Shad, shrimp, crawfish. and clamsin PKIVATW INlKa-ltOOM8.: .. l
''Ie" tramp or tho unemployed tern- shown FREU PEONS Royal Poinolana ; a first class, homelike hotel Near uo
;, : i' by a convematlon I beard be- season. DKUVKRY: 3. Open from, 6 A. M. Midnight
, ?'<, arlly) with soup kitchens, etveetI .ween one of tbe settlers and the agent I'?tf Wm. R. Hrftly. all points of interest to t.ourlsts.. Our specialty II' exeellenco o
I I J inlnff or potato patches, but to make bt the land ,department. This settler Drinks Served from Zapf's Bar ',

B Citizen arid( taxpayer of him peiiunJIe bad been a carpenter and\ being rather of table lervlce, clean cooking, courteous. trlat.W o tta fim i\
tly > Deeds money: land, work. slow, Jind always found himself at a KRIPPENDORF'S LADIES' SHOES ment of House furnished and under
} guests newly ,
( '. ', ', ''. ruction and the touch of A helping disadvantage In tbe labor rjmrkct and at ANTHONY BROS. : S. H. RICHMOND, Agent
;.;>' --, r'', t o /d. and the democracy of Now Zen- had consequently betaken himself to -.-- new management, Experlenuet1 white help only will be rff

1 l d baa been fop many yours atfernpt- work on the roads find settlement on Perrine Grant Land
;l' ---- employed in all department.lI. Beat. of fishing ando Company.
r to pertect a system which It 'is government laud. lIe had eight children -

' Il sortifl 11 e ,wt11 t give him,, a chance to got all and 100 acres of land to look after .LARGE NEW HOTEL: boating, aDd good hunting. Rates $2 to $3 per day, o REAL ESTATE:

Ueso. The public elves nothing but and was doing well with both. When 1 I I-4-3B1 CUTLER FLORIDA.

\ r ''.k the chlln "e. It will help the man If hu came to his place bo was building a The PALM BEACH .

S ms._ [ bell ,hlm elt. He must oily mittS !- bridge at his own expense over the J. O. SUMMERSC l

DI tor everything. There! l Is not a creek In front of: Ills house. AX.
h.i"'J\: : ; : : Brelsford Bros
rJ;. h ot: Cbnrltyjget even tn I the help- Each family has Its separate home i ft
jr! band for the matt who Is saved The co-operation Is In the work, not the TI.l..lId". army rooms with.or PllUPHfETOHN

r JJ font sinking by this hand of the democracy livIng. The preference always shown without bath. ttpatlotmltotunilamill o ,...,.tfitoiao.oitoSeolaolBOl.ol.o7ao7eolaol.o o Real Estate: and Insurance ,
Pluses frontliift on ,
I. of the
Is himself a member for married settlers In giving out road Lake Worth. 7to7.o7.olao7aolaolaoltoMolaoStolaolBo ,

..I 0 emocr cy. WIth} his very first strokea and other work l Is really a preferencefor PALM BEACH, FLA. ,
Orchestra. New York Chef. and Up
work he begins to- strengthen the children One of the rep sons urged a $3 ;

,, riley to help some one else. With for the resumption of the large estates Gut oft at PolntUnn II'wy HtatlnnDMAS. FRANK!.YN SHEEN, Civil Engineering and Surveying j. R. HIGHTOWKR Notary Public. Cottages, to Rent ,
k 1 Cut stroke ho begins tot>e a tax when that measure was In parliament i y
Mayer What ho1' receives he gives, and was that It would help young people to I STUNK Manager Locating and Estimating Timber (both Pine Po( .tofllce Biillillnir,North of
1 u SIDNEY MADBOCK, Proprietor and Cypress), Selecting and Grading' Orange
r J. III Is the golden rule or democracy! marry. Tbe political economy; of New I and Vegetable Landa a Specialty. Sheen h & H.i II!h tower 8-1.1901 Fulnalana hotel

reciprocity which out clumsy Ian- Zealand takes largo: account of time --------- My profession has carried me over all parts

r .ol I ( age calls equality. "baby crop." Single men are forced out of the aoiithern peninsula of Florida, and by '

s n New Zealand we never gave sixi of the settlements rigorously It they do personal observation I find great opportunities REAL 1STATE: For Sale, Cheap.

i l ; ,'' sold Edward\ Tregear. secreta- not comply to the letter with nil time ATTENTION SPORTSMEN for profitable Investtuenta In Timber Orangeand
fvd' 4 ; thelaborbureau"norshelternorrallroad regulations. For Instance, settlers must Vegetable Lands,especially. in the wild and Forty-flve acres Pineapple and t

fares for wo'kmelnnd, mnke improvements In proportion to unsettled part,where the land la mostly owned Lands for sale in all parts, of Garden Land, $10 and \\iS per '

if en for their families but It must be he money paid them for public worlcs. For the information of local by large corporations, who have never had the Southern Florida, Improved and acre $350 for the 45,acre. One r
k and graded according to quality, but all priced
aid and Is retained from the man's Single men are required to Improve to ; unimprovn.. thousand Banana Plants, $3 per
visitors and all others the nm" Write for particulars
gee." Three departments are co-op-- the extent ot oue-half of \the)) wages sportsmen, 100, or 50 cents per dozen. Twenty 4
Box 884, Went Palm Bonch, Florida PALM BEACH and LAKE
c4 gating In this work of turning tramps they receive but married men to the I interested, it would be well to cut colonies of Bees for,$65, $3.60: I
of pub of one-third. The enforcement WORTH properties, including ;
o taxpayers--the department extent only each. Horse and
fits, the labor deportment and theIlrtment. of this rule Is strict and drives 'out the following excerpts to pastein some of the nicest water-front Town property( Address, II.wagon.C. OLSEN$115., I

p as The lust can give out tbe undesirable single: men.-"The the hat memorize or otherwise list of desirable
r p We carry a large tbe most; cottages in town( for Stuart, Dade County, Fla
all three of the things they fewest England, by Henry
sale furnished and unfurnished.Residences' .
familiar with.
re' do work and money. Items Lloyd.
,'nthpt rom the Wellington Times' art The citizens and officers are determined Homes at $700. $Soo, f 1,000, f 1,200,

nu 1D tbe New Englund newspa- A Word to the Clergy and Business Blocks .[,3, fi,6oo, $.750, $1,800, fa.ooo: ,
the Auckland agent of tho labor The New Haven trades council Is that each and every one $::1,200. $2,300: $3.500. $a.751), $3,000

r i has received Instructions to for- making a fight to secure for the city n and 'upwards. Call on the Tropical 1, ,
with New haven of these laws shall be rigidly enforced Real Estate and make '
contract Exchange
additional party of twelve sulta- new your y,
"k t Orange Pineapple and Vegetable Lands in investment before advanced.
( workmen to the Foro-o-tarao-Obine- Water company at fair rllte The so due notice is hereby prices

l ffoa section of the North Island Trunk council Issued a circular ,In which It Quantities to suit Purchaser.Call
from men aiceady stated that the clergymen as a rule do given .
; railway.: Applications, Will Be Sold at a ..Saoilfice.
off!" the books will be received a1be not support tbe people as against monopoly -
church Is Using Firearm In Public Plead. mad Selling and examine our list.
and that tbe usually I
i'office of the bureau until noon to- Weapon to Minor\ '4 OA >acresof A No. pineapple land
on the side of plutocracy and greed: *
Dorrow. the "The common people of the city are DiHcnAnaiNn FmnAKMg) IN PUBLIC.-Whoever JEFFERSON BUILDING, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,near Lantana will be sold at a
through "
The labor department small of dlnchnrgoii on Any publltf highway, or In It-R." sacrifice. Twenty acres cleared; small, '
at demanding a part
of present
needs employers
grater It keeps of the village, within three '
unincorporated house
any comfortable on the land; Lake
and and through Its heir God given right to Inherit the firearm
t employees hundred yarila of any prenilnen,any iJ
Owned non-resident who
various depart earth. The Issue Is as clear as day- frontage. by a
'connection with the without tbe permission from the oeeupantof
ents"- toe largest employers can llnd one between tbe rights of the people alil prtjmlsHH, or lit the defence of life, limb or ia unable to give it attention. Por.opot ;

fork If any one can. The land deport- versus corporate greed-and what property ball bupunlHhed by linprlMOunient utlml location for hotol or renlBaritnln In Improved business> cash this property will ,be sacrificed to r} '

'- lent has charge of the new county fart have you taken" lit Wltb one not exceeding' sixty day., or by a One not rienoeln Miami I froiitlng!Hay lam property In :Miami Will pay :ao the first comer. .Address! or call on. the
notable exception the clergy of the city exceeding fifty dollar feet, on nth treat Inn feet n Ave- r !
works department cnt. Investment Can be Tropical Real Estate Exchange W. I.
,, r roads, and the public nun M A" no teet. lhl pro fart'le l per on ,
I has railroads and bridges and are with the professors, bankers law- AN ACT Prohibiting Killing 'Capturing or near the Royal' Palm.Hotel., ))4O feet had at a barxaln. If mild In the f:: Metcalf Man BUT. ? S

dart' ether public works always under con )'ers and so called cultured element Shooting. any Deer Alligator Crocotllla, from Hot81 ttrk' Bllri'11 at next thirty aoy.
struction. A man Is sent to a private! or "We therefore, as representatives of Water-Fowl or any Wild Bird ,{(Except

f public employer as the case may be. hose whom the Man of Galilee loved Crowi, Within One fill ol the Incorporated OOOOOO New 4-Room House cheap
deem It our ffhty to call your attentionto Town ot Wait Palm Beach Florida.
cud of
be at the other
The work may
ter- the fact that In some have Ruction 1. Any pornon. or peraona who shall
way you Hundred Dollars will\
have cent Eight buy anew
he not a
the colony, and may
kill, capture or shoos any doer alligator,
become divorced from the position and
.. to live 4-room cottage, neatly painted
fare nor uponf
.t abcof.bla the crocodile* water-fowl or any wild bird (except ,well located. A will
taken by Wm. lie worked for bargain property;
f ,2f&t I os..iii. j there, but that Is no obuta- Inff crown), within one mile of tbe nor.poratlou 18 in
: poor You are always on the side of =! pay per cent on cost, rrntals Call
11,&'X1tJ 9 labor' department advancestransportation hits llmltH>> of the. town of West palm at Tropical Real Estate Exchange, W. I. :'
the rich. He bad no place to lay a
and even subsistenceadvances Beach Dade County, Florida, shall be pun- ESTATE AGENTS Metcaif ,Manager.
y does not give.( [If the load. You have elegant furnishings xhed, on conviction thereof, by fine not excodding 3
lr; It advances "We believe that when some man gets one hundred dollar nor lima 1 than *
work promises to be permanent.
ui : him transportation for his family. something for nothing some other man ten dollar, or by ImpilBoimxint> not exceedingninety MIAMI, FLORIDA Call on The Tropical Real Estate Exchange -
must produce something and get noth- day. nor Iran> than ten...day, or by J' .
f' and them orders before prices realfadvance..
will him on
It give
both fine and discretion 13j
Imprliinnment at
fug: in return. We know that if a share | OOOOOO A
for meals and beds during their Jour- bus I of the court. I'
Haven Water
In the New company 4
ney. The cost of this Is to be repaid by AN ACT to Amend Section of the Ravl -
a value of C5Q; and yet sold for nary .
of his earnings, and the Baraoln Orange Grove In the
the out
man ed Atatutea Relating to Trajpaaaea on
$118 that some man somewhere bad to Ylululty 1 of Stlainl.. Nine acres In
'. I ., records of the experiment show but a slave and by the sweat of his brow Farm,Qardena.etc tract. Five ucr...>> In bearing (trove t. The Ohio Cottage Is the name '
trifling percentage of loss. It Is the Section 1. Thhl Section \3017 of the' HevlMtid 4 years old. Small/ \ oottaffv. Will j' "
make the difference of $68. of class
of New Zealand to keep the up Statute be 10 amended a* to rend a* PRY HO per ".nt..n Invwitiupnt. "f, a first boarding house con
policy Bargain at "'ourThou>>und Uol-
F families of workingmen together wherever "Therefore, reverend believingand follow: Section !liB 1. Whoever take. and lur. ducted by Mrs.Nina Crosgrove and .

p f" ; knowing these things and at tho curries away from any lorm.lI'aruon.orchard :Miss MlnnieGibson, corner of Potnsettu .'
..a l4 : possible. same time watching your attitude toward outage or lemon grove,or dratroyv any lawn '] .
) I Lf :;1,.) .' With the same purpose the men put them, can you blame us for not product.,vegetable, fruit or tlower.*, corn Why pAr rent' ,when you can buy We have flofllrablo bualness. prop and Fern Streets. Hoarding,:;
, :,.: ft!; ,;'. '. on a piece of work are not displaced to supporting the Institution that Is so "or cotton[from the atalk. or from any vine 3l from Townley IIroo., \\lallli. nice orty I. IItI.ml, improved and unlm"otlnlOO can be bad ,b.1'the week or meal,

.I;' f ; give work to others, so that "all may clearly opposed to Justice, humanity yard any grapcmof any money value. without eas."from $700.00 to $1000.00 on proved;for sale on easy> terme I at; reasonable rates.. .

''i\, bare a chance." The chauces for the and brotherhood" the connent the owner or manager,shall "
, r- +. : other men must be found elsewhere; pnnlHhed by Imprisonment not exceeding ;3gff2B 3igft'a! aKBe I

i'j the men on a job stay there until tt Is l lt three month or by a fine not exceeding fifty .Beautiful Building Lots For Sale ,
done. Near" almost all the public works CHIenffo'a New Labor Body. dollars, or by both such Imprisonment and '
,.& the cottages, comfortable Building trades unions affiliated with line at the discretion of the court. The Lakeview addition to the

t' primitive one sees, to which unemployed men are the Chlcngoi determined\board to of replace business the agents old Ce A. Je CRIPE Town of West; Palm,Beach Is now I

-l' 1 who are working for the public have building trades council with a central ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. opened up and platted, so that. persons )
assisted to bring their wives and to
been desiring secure suburban
i r'n organization stronger than the once famous
" children. Given this Inch, they wantan body. 'A call for a conference of In the Circuit(Circuit Court .s."fnlhJudl'lal )? In Chancery, HEADQUARTERS FOR residence lots every one covered ,
In fact-and a definite
ell-whol. acres. buildIng trades unions to be held Monday Dade County i,'lorida.Thomas ) with a splendid growth of young
of them lookup
proportion Feb. 10 was issued about the mid I trees, can do so ,at very reasonable 1
I near by and become permanent settlers dle of 'January. and officials of the YM )I Bill for Divorce. Fine Jewelry, Novelties Artistic Shell Goodsandin figures. 2 a
lands If possible. They llobnon )
on crown board t of business agents say the Annie This splendidly laid.out addition

,,_ w and their families acquire to leave a love tho of city the trades almost without exception will It appearing, by affidavit of eontplsinunt'sattorney Souvenirs, Wedding, ; : Black Aluminum Nov just south of town can not be surpassed "
country and are In the above stated that the
represented.. It 1 Is not the Intentionto cause
forever. A steady transfer of people form an organization on the lines of residence of Annie ,obHon, the fli'fuudiint' Birthday and Holiday : : elties, Toilet Articles and in location, and very loon

from the poorer town districts to the the old central body. The unions will I therein named, I le unknown, and that *he hover first-class streets will be graded

country Is being thus accomplished.\ be represented by their business i the age of twenty-one year; It I I.* therefore .- Gifts. Toilet Sets in Sterling and everything necessary supplied
Many: who do not wish to devote themselves agents and the board so formed will ordered that soul defendant be and she to make it the. most desirable home
required ti to the Dill of Complaint -
take small hereby >appear
wholly to farming have limited powers. When trouble of flied In Maid cause on or before Mo*. section. on the ,West Side of Lake

sections of land In the vicinity of their the a serious nature Is imminent delegate day, the nth day of May A. D. vnj: ;; other- A Fall tins oi latest Magailnts and Periodicals Always On Hand. Worth. },

work. When their employment on meeting of the unions will be wlue the allugutlona said bill will be taken Come early and get your choiceof

,railroads. or other public works has called to discuss and vote on the sub ... confiHuied bv geld. Defendant.It lots while low '
prices are
come to an and these men find something ject, but the officials of tbe board will !I. further ordered that thin order be p lib Under Seminole Hotel West Palm Beach.
do In the towns that spring week for coniwcutlTawceknlu ,
to have power to dispose of all minor llHhnd once a eight TROPICAL REALESTATE EXCHANGE
h up. and this with their own little piece matters.To Taa TROPICAL Him, a newspaper> tt-rrtfCAAULAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAwAAAAeatAALAAAALAAAALAAALAAo ,
of _land____o keens them going. published In alil! County and Htate. ..A,-rs.m"- .........."..,... "....,. .=...... f
A groat deal of pains Is taken tosput Secure Labor Lel latlon. Till February Slut, 1UO-J.:
these unemployed men at work where A movement has been started in [Ct. Ct. Real] E. C. DEAKBORX, 1 Office in Trppical Sun bleak.Don't .

_ there Is land to be bad end they are Brooklyn to form "Inbor legislation II. SADNDEH8.Solicitor for Complainant Clerk ClroultCourt W. HELM W. BltO.-DWELL. M. D., Fbyiilclan and Surgeon ,

allowed-taught. In fact-to work alternately leagues" In various cities throughout Registered Pharmacist office In Dm Store.

for themselves and the govern the state of New York for the purposeof .

__ t ment. Rouds are made to open lands. bringing the questions of labor legislation COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY Forget !J,

and lands are opened to create a demand prominently before the pcopla NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION e .

Estates are cut up not elected to legislative II
for roads. and of having men Notice In hereby given that the following IIKHrl & JJUOADWELL E
simply to provide farms for the Bone administrative and judicial ofHces named Httlur. has Illeil, notice of hi l* Intention That) we have, at all times,
mako anal. proof In > of his claim,and I Itliat Proprietor ,:'
the older settlers but In favor of labor to .Ul..t|
of merely
and daughters I who are not .all' proof will be mitde before John B.Kellly E EA a choice Hoe of j
to place by their side-partly to give legl.latlonbbut who would make a de- <1. H. CnmniKsloner at UlumL,Fl*, on
at hardest time It. The effort will be .Mnnh lath liwt' vii !
them a supply of labor termined fight for Nonh ('. Jonen,of!Voiliune' Fla. homestead i'
-unemployed labor, agricultural and conducted Irrespective of partisanship asiiri, for the 8-K H Buo. n,Tp.4I 1 H, ,e.41 fc.. Dealers in Reliable Medicines and Chemicals. FLORIDA STERN
settlements.. We sen manner as not to conflict lie nnme he fotinwlnfx wltneiimi to prove
In village and In such a
artisan. rvalilunne ,and culllvHtlon
hl euntliiiion'
In our picture of Cheviot the cottages with tbe work of the American Federation of, *nl<> land::,vliJnroet; Ball I ,,ic.of Neptune: I
laborers. who but for this of Labor or of the Knights of Labor rln.l; barge W. Tin.islt' of uptunr, HnEil- MEATS fdJ
of tbese wnnlVhi"l.lon.: I of Neptune,k'lL! ; II. M. Ha PULL LINK OK-
chance, might atlll be standing elevenor whose co-operation will be Invited of Neptune,V In.
twelve hours In the market place of for the proposed plan. l"lr- W.O. ROBINSON Register e Perfumes Rubber Goods, ,

the cities saying. "No man bath hired -- Toilet Articles, Cigars and Live and Dressed Turkeys r

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The C rp r

; "' f:us.It no private employer wants his The growth of the United Brotherhood i E STRAYED. and Stationery. 'Tobacco. Chickens,.Butter, It

ervlces, tbe unemployed man In Mew of Carpenters and Joiners at> the There baa been taken up' by George Qale,otMangonla Cheese, Eggs, Etc. it ;;"

1 Zealand can be sent to tbe state farm present time Is unparalleled in Its his a stray horn, dunorltwd. fol- a-itt PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM BEACH.yvvlvfvvvvvTvvfvvryvevvvl ,

"' be taught the use of the tory Twelve hundred new members owes A dark bay hone,.about sixteen handi
I I' 'at and Levin spade to and to work co-operative- were added In December, and (0,000 high blind In the right eye. Unl.... claimed / mve :f Jt''I

., ax waiting for some other em was expended for death beueUts. Re- by the owner and emu of Impounding and Prompt Attention to Mail Orden. ,,
)Jy while the family IIIif ports of the result of the vote In theCarpenters' advertlalna- paid, the u"dorailloed will on I f'''

f ployment. There, too.and hundreds of National union are to the Monday,March Url. 1003: at 10 o'clock a.tn CITY MEAT MARKET '
with the man of Bald George dale, at
taken on tits premises
it" home former Secretary F. J. McGuire I : ,
/ have found a temporary effect that Mangnnla Dade County, 1.lorld..1I. eatd Faber Bro's. Market
if .Jf people of tbem for tho first time learn. has been suspended by a vote of hone,a.. provided by law. Florida and Western Heats\ Poultry, Game and ,Eggs. .
I 14.34T to 12,70 A vote will no-v be D. McCVKN.:
Ij "
"t Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention. '
I I taken ,upon the question of holding a Countable 8rd Justice DUtrlct Dade County, West Palm Beach. s ,
excellent'worker'' )
? national convention to try McOulre upon Florida ? :Block WEST
I Jefferson PALM :BEACH. ,
/; I for I the charge of withholding onion February :91,1903. t..-, a ...I9OA t tr

f'' state farm Is that It shall be a "inn' funds.- "

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'. A SCATHING REBUKE. should) bo nailed) to hilt heart and Oov. Jennings oh Florida's Past ----- ---- i\

THE TROPICAL SUN. The Charleston lS. C.) News and clinched by the kuowlogo that the Present and Future. To Intr duce Ours

4 Pioneer Paper ot Dixie County, Florid Courier handles both the Senators people of Florida will\) palter no -- --
_. _ In the twentieth anniversary numberof _
-- -- -- from South Carolina without ceremony longer with the man who does not the Manufacturer's Record, Governor .

i ; .*, TROPICAL SUN PUBUSHI10 COMPANY and calls them sharply to do his: full duty between her people Jennings writes aa follows ot Flor.

lUV I. MKTCALF KBITOB. account thuswise: and the railroads. No compromise ida and her future: And work, we are doing Crown and Bridge): wore '_

1L* -.--Puet.I.u- IVIRY PAIDAY. """ n&tor Tinman, 'upoloity" to the candidate will do. No man' will befit Twenty year ago, bed someone dip. low price. Come In and see the work we are :

AT.: WIST PALM' a."OH, DAD COUNTY. rLOHID, txmnto on Saturday. for than lila, dlxKracuful lil. offtmmaitnlnHt except he who has, in the past dell his pen into imagination and written You can't get. bettor 'work anywhere. _ ,
wwi even worse
oonduut ardor lilaplea. -' shown himself to be worthy of ofllcial aa a prophecy, the half that hat
aud wood
\ SUBSCRIPTION__. PRICE.! $2.00 A YUR.t that nil"I dotonry bad never had any expw-limoe trust!! reposed in him; and no actually been accomplished' in Florida Dr. ME ,. ,t
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t Entered- nt the Fomtolnce of Went Palm Beach when I came h....... and my previous experience man, with the faintest "mark of the la the past two decades, he would have ,. ;11
I an Govcrniiiol Mouth CarolIna been called dreamer of dreams IIEC1ERT COTTAGE
a too
tecond-cuw matter. benbt" about him .should be allowedto LAKE Fttj
; ;, for four yearn' had, unfitted, me. In a meiin- wild to be 111.11IRenl \ -" ,
i i I' unto enter thin aUKu.b ..- inbly with become a member of the Board. even entertaining. -- .
4 : FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8H 1003.SINIK : that dlnnlt: and mnard: proper regard I Contest promises count for To predict the future, let us look into '
nothing .
will nay for ltd tratlltloua and haulu the past. Twenty years ago the State 'ftJI"ANON'S ... "ct().." tH3.,f 4
und rnlea that I. """Irnblu." was. a ruOoo. -they come cheap with a mental had little more than three hundred lIo.ue. ta tH 0, W elllt DI ,
LAST JosK 1,813 building Clon upon the tradition". and hnhit anti reservation-and the touch stone to ( Offlco lutd S :;
miles of railway and its rivers, as means Manon'8
permits' huve .lIMi'luec I applied past of transportation nnd communication; (.h..vl' ,
_ that la nothlnKln th oinc. if Qov.of Mouth Cur- I'tt. .Jackson"
1 i ; rnont undoubted evidence ollna. to encourage the ways ol the prlierlnif record in defense of' the people's today It has Over 3,300 miles of railway. J e 11" _C..ND'5 :Branch Store. And ,
,I the. 'loot that city tlo not, propose and we hope tile better entll"ont of the It had ol ..10.110 cii'rowe. ui! '
peo[ rights as agaInst encroachment' Twenty years ago a population .
o then tho people of title _ _ _ _ _ _ (Io..t.
to sit down and weep amid the country ol will Hymputhy,acquit with the brutal thereon by greedy and remorseless 269,493: souls; now there!! are 5*.5, 9B9 --------- --.- -,-*----:,:fI'!!!!!!'
State "
4 hes of their burned homos. Enterprise eihlbltlop any made by the aanlor Senator corporations. people in Florida. Tho property of the of the need to convert into merchantable -

r t like this will make itself ? It.a from, South Carolina. and hln collimwne on .*0 State twenty years ago was valued at material) the timber of the exhausted CHOICE PROPERTIES, j.'AND

Saturday. The Wtate cannot 6Mciiie repon about 131,000,000; today it is over $ oo,. turpentine farm, and this, too, will .

4 .lblllty, ol couree, for the nilm-rable Sorts OF otrn CITIZENS, before giving ; 000,000 in value. find Its way to foreign markets. ___

) : WONDER IP THAT ACQI78T BODY, affair, hut that I U It can nhould ut hast have eipremi buen ao Blncerertgrxt dlu. further thought to the subject, Twenty years ago there were less Our people need to learu somethingto _

coiled the Town Council will consider Kraced by It. reprewntatlvea and Iiope' were disposed to criticise, the actionof than a dozen banks In the State with help the progress of the State and to BARGAIN IRAQ

1 7' the "Timely Warning" that that the rent ol tho woild will pity, II It the Mayor, In refusing a Fortune about (2.50,000 capital; now there are up add to their own growrng wealth. They .-.--..

I this M worth their cannot forgIve.The Teller, or Astrologist", permission tfo wards of forty banks with a capital of need to learn that their forests should _
on page
_,. L._: appears conduct ol Senator McLuurln wnH i A Few Leaders from the "
.' t noti'e.'! If not, there is much more utterly without ex""..... Ilia Innnuage/ erect a tent in the business centre of l3oooooo and deposits aggregating be guarded against destruction, that _

that can and will be snld, to show the Senate waa an iimult to thnt body town, und there pursue the callingof $i r,000,000. their fish and game must be protectedto Desirable Properties Offer__
and cliHgracerul to h 101..1 I. lIe iniixt Twenty years ago;( the middle: and prevent wasteful killing, and their ,
i 1 11 how their neglect is jeopardizingpublic ; have known that It would make a *'..!n- future divination. Undoubtedly, lower penlnusla was almost an unbroken fruits and vegetables: should be carefully by the TROPICAL, REAL
health and safety. autlon" it leant. II Ic did not \rnault lu a the Mayor took the right view of the
wildernesstoday; railroads and steam inspected and the packages branded 1 be,
rtwort to violence! and common respect matter. No business places shouldbe TATE EXCHANGE,
%* for himself, fur hla StD te anil for the Hun- boats penetrate almost every quarter, fore leaving the State, so that nothing

I i.. ; RESIDENTS ON TilE BAST SIDE 01 the ate ahould have Influenced Iilm not to allowed established under canvass and thousands of business workers are: but good, sound, ripe fruit And vegetables W. I. METCALF, Ma ,
I, contributed liberally toy' give occaalnn of offt'neo. It would be bettor in the lire limits. Especially adding new miles ,of rails to the roads of the first quality only shall be -----.--- _
have ,
Lake for the State and for public decency should not a fortune teller be permitted already built, while new rails and Improved piston the market to command the
the fund to defray the expense of If the country could apnrtd the luunlliHtlou Abstracts, of Title Furnish
: to start operations in a tent waterways are reaching out Into highest wherever offered
who price
law and of being reprenented by moo / they are .....
the no-shooting --
tjQ : enforcing; cannot control theiiiHelvea." as. this would be but opening the new territory. The wilderness of for sale. --

I as more funds are needed an effort And) other papers hold the same path. for similar nuisances. Following twenty years ago is dotted over with The total debt of Florida Is$,033,500, Surburban Tract:

'.' is being; made to raise some money attitude towards the slugging Senators closely would come the .",word thriving villages, beautiful farms and of which 1148,000 held by individuals. Partly Improved fruit form and

on this side of the Lake. It stand* groves, and the happy homes of a prosperous and the remainder, $884,500 .Is held by grove near town. :Twenty i iaorea ,crr
that the :
that of disgust, ; one swallower, the boa constrictor, and cJcured H acre In choice ,
'. citizens this side to do their contented people. several educational fruit trees, .
.L'I the on funds of the State, grape "aer. '
should so far forget himself as to the "sleeping beauty. We must nip toe, %acre In awiorted veg< _ .
,;.t : part. This is only a part .of the growth( of bearing interest at the rate of3 per in tomatoes, jitnrea of ch
.. his a liar- such affairs in the bud before
denounce colleague as
At. twenty Who can with certainty has closed with poultry ntrtlliti, c'
a. years. any cent. She no floating debt, and 1 hqp, ;:
44' and that the other should seek by drift to medley of side circus shows liouitc. iipplleU with water tt; .
a predict the future of the State ? with .
\ i the lowest tax rate of any State in the plied irrIgating pistiL]gt!
I'\'t IN THE HEADLINES OP THE ACCOUNT personal violence, in the Senate and street fakir affairs. We wont It baa for its known resources Inexhaust. Union, except New Jersey Intensive wagon choicest room roue; !: acre Mild flowerto other g fit, ",

{ ''' of the terrible Park Avenue fire in chamber of this great country. to this town kept agreeable; and attractive Ible beds of phosphate\ immense de. improvement have been made during ORANGB LAND Itf DA OK \.

I ,,\ }':*'. New York lost Saturday, the Metropolis resent the shameful word. Neither to the strangers within our posits of kaolin-clay and fullers earth the past year In the school: properties of bargain rouertv for *5,500./ _______

.t ; ? of Jacksonville, stated seems to have such a lull comprehension gates. The Mayor\ followed the with beds of cement. the areas of which the State, and the work of remodelingthe Lake Front Fruit Land: ( .

,;&<;;'i;' that many of the dead leaped from ; of the dignity; of the position proper course. are yet only conjectured, while iron add capitol building is now In progress. One hundred and: twenty four ACLpineapple -e.o _ _
I f. land' mar Lantann, wi'11 _ _
/I '''. the windows." It must have been a' that he holds, as to be able to sink other metals and minerals are known to The cent, when completed. will be $75,- old Uiea|> Twenty acre cleared. :
I exist in comfortable' house. situate on the land _ _
but have
dead quantities not yet All these additional that
to 000.
,:;.' : most awe-innpiring( eight; see sufficiently to treat with scorn A TIMELY WARNING. expenses front. Owned by oureMdent, whod _
from six story windows to been examined: to determine their ex. have been incurred have been met with. to dispose of name at a sacrifice orl<:e.
tc' men jump charges that were leveled against: .
What Is known ---- -- --- -
tent. to exist: but sug out increase In the rate of taxation
after Editor TUOPLIAL SUN any
they :
the ground below. Maybe official Their disgrace :
; him in capacity.
: jests the existence of equally if No Unimproved Fruit Land: '
The town authorities pbotild ( not State in the Union is in better fi
discovered a man .
died they falls the State they
J ;M ", heavily on promptly clear the foul thicket that more, valuable treasures hidden awayin asocial condition or has a brighter outs 7o-e.cre tract near OJUH aultsble for ,
I k named Glamor had secured ft monopoly and the people of that fruit or pineapple K Hold in enll
-I represent, the earth.
look for the future than bas Florida
Ten '
lies between the school house and 15 per acre. acre loll at $10 per -

:I t' on the world they expected Stale resent it keenly. Clematis Ave. on the bank of the The streams and waters in and around W. S. JENNINGS. AbargainirsctsndIiur.: .. .:....- '
)' ,; ,r., to RO; to, and In desperation they the State teem with fish in endless va- .
: ""** *
) \."" ,,' tried to return to earth.. fresh water lake. It is a disgrace riety, oysters shrimp, giant crawfish Town Property: _

'.: j"t:. C." ENVY AND GREED. and danger. There are others. Inspection and sponge-illimitable wealth for the Want a Good Horse t 6-Room tract, i'rlce Housf SUooo., new, ou good 'real .

\iiI"' There Is nothing more despicablethan will reveal the why and taking, while the forests hold fortunes Call on R. A. Rouse, of West Palm _
., MR. OEO. IE TEYsrEn, a wealthy T-Room House,an attractive residence., ft13750 \, mts ________
wherefore of this suggestion. ia their billions of feet of lumber and .
to attempt to build up oneself Beach. He has'em to sell. tf. cavh.Vacant ;
from _
r. ; dealer in marble and stone, VISITINO lD.. their immense quantities or'navat stores. .
at the expense of a neighbor.!: Especially --.--*. lots, Residence on bet at
f: Illinois, and who has been in the Every section of the State can show its J.ar/l: and siuull cottage! business biG
c ', is it so when one has all the For Charter. etu. S _
I \ l habit of visiting Florida. for several streams aud great springs, exhaustless .
material blessing in such bounteous Editor Calhoun's View Of IU Conmodloueresidenceonon, of the _
'I<, 'j. fi >. years past. was arrested in Pensa- .' and unlimited power for manufacturesof A twenty-foot yawl rigged/ craft. Suit. corner and In a tibet d twbi.jie '

_ \ ..- cola last Wednesday a dangerous 'I. profusion as has Dade County. But While we' consider the President's every, diRcription, or the generation able for cruising on Ibis coast. Address hood. _ _-_ _
.: by'a fresh the Miami Metro]>olisr and. that treatment of Miles and Schley, let na' doa of electricity for lighting purposes. for or call on THU:' TBOPICAI SUN for One of the moat conveniently; *
find suspicious character little retrospective compari When further information. .
c other published here in West ou. Idence in th town. Located T7nRBJBJB toe,
J' policeman. The only excuse was that paper Roosevelt was college kid, sucking a driving machinery or for transportation. -.S w- residence Street convenient to en hool.
J I Palm Beach not content with exploiting AH churches, depot Sin!business ccnlur. Che...
golden spoon, when he was a dilletante these things are at the door, only Yital's Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S C
and was at
: his clothing was .oiled, $.7SO' __
i' : ; the, natural advantages of rancheman when he was a scribbler for waiting the moment to spring into _. _
) explained by the fact that be had the magazines and a catcher of snap *--- Good' Investment Property-lo-roont house
I. '. just returned from a fishing trip. this specially favored region, turn a shots with the camera, Miles was riding being. Buggy, Wagon and Farm Horses. well located. Price, |S,loo.Bilildlno .
) ; j Jealous eye and an envious tongue the arid plains of New Mexico and Arizona The experience of the past has shad:

It this, is the way that I'ensacola towards the neighboring County of In pursuit ol old Geromnio, the owed forth the future, and a few years Some fine animals sold under guaran ;: Lot*, well. located, Jii desirableneiKliborhood
I her hotels bloodiest and I at |il3j' $400. $ 11300, lijoo
visitors murderous 4Jo
I treats her inter most Apacheever will see Florida producing millions of .
} : and what tee to be just as represented. R, ARouse and 1.1300 each
Orange, fairly gloat over born. lie caught the brut? and
: will soon be as empty as tho balls of pounds of sugar, her rice will be in West Palm Beach. tf.The .
: .' they believe to have been the misfortune did not hang him out of hand. Miles Kanhlonable' private boarding, honee, furn-.
t'; :Montezuma. with fought and eurned his way from civilian every market, her cigars will be the joy a ---. ,..hed..ad two .plendldly 'located lots,, ovur- '. '

," j *-.C of our sister county, and life to the command of the army' of the of all lowers of fine tobacco. her fruit .....,..._.. "". ..V i._. ."CI.C.!...... t. looknll'! .Lake.rice", and sa''',500.clone. to poet office .*fr.' I goulish glee compare its reported United States. He bad neither pull nor will be known and appreciated by all,

J THE STRIKE RIOTS which broke out misfortune from cold snaps with the popularity. It wee his merit as an, offi. sad her vegetables will the Finest. resIdence (furnished property and '.1 .
supply wants time draws near for the State moat .
cer and a fighter hia persistency his comraandlnirly located property lit
'"''i.' 1 in Barcelona, Spain, last weak have favored weather in Dade Couuty.Mr. fitness his greatness, that made, him of less favored ,sections, while her fish Sunday School Convention of }lorlda.xt West Lake and Palm Baa Beach.side Splendid IronU File view of the t )
now assumed almost proportions Frank V. Baker.of the Sanford what he is. lie is a great man, a man and oysters will reach every hamlet In is to be held in the city of Gainesville :! .

1 ofu revolution. Over three hundred to whom every American can point his the land. These are the Florida Beautiful ,.
; : t Chronicle, promptly pronounces all products on April 8th and loth. residence site, near lake front. : : ;.
a model.
son as trIce
have been killed, and can from her land and her f 3.130. _ .:. '
persons these statements to be "rot., pure Beside Mtles, Roosevelt Is a whippersnapper promise A splendid program has been prepared .
,;1::;j!,4' ', ". hundreds more wounded. Martial and simple," and after statIng that an accident a mushroom. And water, but these are not all. and everything indicates that the New lo-room re.lienre! on ben. home street :"I.r

q' laws has been proclaimed all over the of his yet that President called that old vet. We are getting a glimpse into the Convention will be one of the ,best ever in town, near churohea and schools,11.600. .. ".. .'' ',1..
l1''cr' vegetable crops countywere ::;?
eran to him III a public place and administered future the door of Three small tenement '
,r and are being hurried through opening the held in the State. cottage, well local .. : .
; I 't Spain, troops never more forward and bountiful to him a cold, brutal insult. !cated, ,corner lot. I'rlce $.600 '
,-d' ,; to Barcelona. suppress the incipient the the flowers Imposed upon him a degradation and new century, and we can see railways Besides our own Florida workers who ; ; ;,; .
grass greener, inflicted which and waterways reaching into corner will be the Neat little home of five room, porch on H'I.'I.
: it! revolution) which the a'narchiets a pang cause the represented on program, throe slur of home, of _
brilliant the of plenty utiade In ;
''t more or products mantle of sbanie to flood every American of the State. Trains and steamboats there will be a number,of Sunday School : yard on good street, In good neighborhood, 'I .1i', \'
i" & seem bent on forcing.; With her depleted farm and garden; bringing a l better cheek. and ahipj are gathering and trans workers of national reputation. convenient* distance. from chu", ".... school ,, t'rl ',b j l!' .,
and _
depot Price
: internal And he will treat \ $1. '
: the
t ). )) finances. disorders price, he proceeds to pay his reMpe.tssharply : way. There Is arother Schley real same by porting the manifold products of land Mr. Marion Lawrence, General Secretary :

!. and poor credit abroad, haughty to "some people who snatchat comparison with whom the Secretary man. of' and water to the consumers while factories of the International Sunday dunce Double street cottage; route 14 roomm for $slS' on per principal year PrIce real- (Vb

; "" Spain's pride seems about, at lust, a silly newspaper item, thoughtlessly the Navy Is a nincompoop. For half a 1 are turning raw materials into School Convention, will .be there; also Sasoo. ,

4 .1 to be humbled in the dust. or foolishly penned, to injure of century his country.Schley has In the been parched in the tropics service, I cloth, earthenware, jellies, and all varieties Mr. Charles D. Meigs, Associate Editorof Double cotlagi-, 14 rooms corner of Oil.e -

." 't. of canoed goods. Florida the the International aud known Kern street; rent for fMil; / Price
V others. lie concludes. thus: "Dade) In the frozen polar regions, everwhere Evangel, $',- pel ;year.
; he has done his duty bravely and well. consumer will become Florida, the producer throughout the country as the "Sunday :
Is. and The Chl'Onlcl
; County alright
Y'f, : IF TilE OCAUA BANNER was so confident He never'flinched in storm battle. and Instead of to feed her Double ,
or buying School Awakener ; and Prof. E. OExeell cottage 14 room, located on Olive .
I .' ; that Mr. Flagler did not is proud of it, but the same conditions And yet a pettfogging lawyer from a people, will, from abundance, sell to of Chicago the well known Street rent for; $.88. per year Price I $iNoo.

; !i desire the U. S. Senatorship, what prevail in Orange, and the rank New England village Is hla superior in feed and clothe her neighbors. leader of long. Special figure for CASH for all of the three
and employs other to
pettifoggers preceding properties to
occasion was there for lotiR-viinded facts, on investigation, will bear us hound and make a good interet. any,, one wishing to
\ villify and decry and per. The vatieties of stock and food, and Full particulars and programs can be paying Investment.

: I and tiresome attempts. .. on-. its part out." secute T.... the. ..t.old, __hero.',,'Inn .5. ".A '._. A".. _'__' the quantity that can be so easily produced obtained from W. N. Sheats, Tallahasseee T.,..... r.._ II.l.. ..:\

) ,- to tell the public so. iue people accorded: -- -'J Mile'M"VU* aud Schley.u Is.u.that u. ; the tact that cattle, sheep, goats Fla. iiuios-rsim LanUI;

; know what be has done-know more THE SUMTEIU ILI.E TIMES bus nora I Shams hate real Men.-Tampa Herald and hogs need but little and Inexpensive Splendid much. land In one of the moal*

I Of than it is satisfactory. for Mr. Flaglc mated State Senator, D. II. Bilker, of protection against weather, and the WANTED:-Australian Pine Seedling.. pro.perou.u DadeCounty vegetable! Choice growing trait Mttlement at Sa per -

Orange Home, for Railroad Commissioner eRse with which animals are raised, and Will pay five cents each for fair su: .!dplants. acre for cash Special price on time piy.mcnt ,
; ; )pr for them to known, and it Is not What He Got. *.
r the further fact that this condition .-W. C. SNHDBN, ,
,I. for the Banner to addle its and the Oaln. Star! seconds' is --

k brain iiei-eusury during thin excessive warms..J the nomination. The gentleman endorsed Lines suggested by hearing of the'poor rapidly becoming thoroughly understood i Waveland. Fla. a.28 2t Lake Worth Water-Front:

weather Its to by these two papers Is undoubtedly pay given a good man who preached not alone by the stockmen of Florida, Sb 0 feet of Luke front adjoining one of the
out duty
by pointing Horses For Sale. h. .
for two for but by those of the North and West, war. nclHome t improved properties on the _
worthy their championship years a congregation, not Lake. Can be bought If taken .t
the peopltt. Shakespeare' has told us once,at a
h far from Miami rants the belief that Florida will event. bersaln ligure.
Florida The first full load
but Dude will having a membership car of fine horse
: 4; kY that man has: seven ages; now, as County probablyshy become of the .
of twenty-five, and received ually ? one greatest producers flesh ever brought to West Palm Beach. 500 feet of double Irontnge, Lskesnd Ocean
the claims'to be the oldest a cnstor Into t.he Arena. Rlso, and) beautiful knoll fur .
1' Banner during that time $13.60. of beef potk, mutton, butter and Call early and wake jour selection. R. utk'octtutorngeand building lime tree''l.. bearing
pnperin 'lorl.JIto what age does I one that is worn by a man who is cheese in the Union. A. Rouse. tf. boat home, ..te.. near valuable, Improved aplemlui
Five inllex hu'il wheel, In pious teal, \ proP..rt..
: it belong-in this Instance? second to none in the State in fitness' Each month ala tunes; Sooner or later Ihe manufacturers of ; .

l% *.* for the position of Railroad' Com And five mile. home he rode alone fine pottery will find it to their advantage I BUILD O LOT8.-Lako and Ocean front-
: age.atly>and Sea foot .
missioner. Exceedingly: abort of,II"'."... to estabbsb their factories near the --per-------- __.____. .

c. AmmniNfl:; TO THE TALLAHASBEEAN V Anti, thin lie preavbml I. earneiiti/ b.uei' b.d. koalln-clay beds, for convenience and MnIgoba ManOBSThe / Good Hotel: '

& Judge Mnbryof the Supreme::: bench, Their anula to Have; economy. and because the mild climate Welllocated.dotnga( nice .

c whoRe term expires next January, WITH TWO /ACANCIES.. ON THE They came In lorce a matter ot eourao.Thiwa will enable them to readily convert the equipped with modern business convenience, aplendidly .
of this
fruit is
twenty-Ore quite Ir a.e. supply very Prosperous community and finest
i will' iiotheHcnndidate for re-election. BOARD Railroad Commission to pro-
: raw ai.terlalluto ware at comparativelylittle limited and the demand ducl.igu.rrltoryon the Hut (;ooa.V ". ,
r The same nlno asserts that he mind) at the next election the This he did without peril or quid. pressing. for term and particular .4
p'lpl'r coat.Florida '
For two .u".'......lve ;year Order. are now coming in for sum -
; Judge 1 forker of Ocala, will be a number of men who "are in the I Hines what ha Rot trot this sorry lot i Is now' shipping, large quantities mer delivery. I can book ; Indian River/ Property: "
candidate, for the ermine that Judge; hands of their friends"- stretchinglike Wouldn't pa) lot when! repairs. of timber: and lumber to South j
z Mubry; reliiiuwlmJ.( The Tallabas- molasses ndy. Butltls the men One;year we gay.," aatd a ulater crave: American countries, but in the event of Only Cash Ordersto fruIt and town lemon Iota.grove beariii, Alan oNuge a bualneea, grape' ..' '

t \; MIt'un gives as a reason for the Jeilaion who are in the hands the railroads "". ", o'b.. thirteen dollar*) the early construction of an .inter,oceanic be sent by express la the order block rrontlnlroa.tr..t, and lily,,.

: of the learned,) Judge: the poor who must be watched, not the other Which day might: poaalbly pay on a bargain canal: this business will Increase to an received. Price 25 cent each, $2 ,

remuneration that our Supreme; fellow. The prerequisite\ qualification For bin high white clerical collar enormous extent. That which leaves a dozen. Money promptly return. VOSS
\' here now as lumber will then in the ed if orders exceed supply. HOUSE
Justice, now rtM.fivo, and points out for the man who seeks to serve on But abs abed not a tear over that other
shape of buildings, ready on their arrival Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango The most reasonable
y attached these this year
that the salary to board Is a teadfast and unswerving Boarding.
i Or the seventy-two sermons he preached, at their destination to be put together wood for grafting by a new and sa House la West Palm Beach.
'. high: dices la not commensurate serving of one master, the When thin good man got, 'rolo.tble v ayNorry : for immediate( use. The manufacture fer only known practical method

c with the onerous and exacting: duties legitimate master who put him in lot. ( of sash, doors, blinds mouldings furnished at 30 cents each, by mail, Board and Lodging lIW.rWBek; .3.

; entailed) on the holder thereof; ami office and) who pays him legitimate The aunt ol ...TY'OeN. 0 and other finishing work, already quite or express. EvornU Street Jut Emit of Ticket OlBco. ,1&i,. ,

: there is undoubted truth In what the wagea. The divine utterance that "Coi T' jruTOR." an extensive business, will, within the ELBRIDGK GALE, -_!___ __ IIRS. E_'. C. VOltS Prop. ,"j"

TaIl llaI8P8&n .01)'8. no man can servetwo masters, Miami, Fla., Feb., 18, 190.1.\ .next few yeaM,.largely increase, because j MangonU, Fla. MANHATTANI' A
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Develops Hydrophobia From, Two- Hon. J, K. Thompson Meets Traglo Oil Car Tanks Wrecked Near Norfolk, Since June 1,312 Building Permits

OLIIWENATOBSCamber S Year.Old Dog Bite. Death Near Homer Qa. V.. Have Bean ls>ued.
rt ;i t U CoTtaaton. Q&, Feb. 24.-Llddell Harmony Grove, Oa., Feb. 26.--Hon. Norfolk Feb. 5.-A 60-ton coal car Jacksonville, Fla? Feb 25.-The WRECKS STEAMBOAT

Childs, the 12-year-old son of Walter J. K. Thompson, -Representative from In the middle of a freight train on the close of the week's business at the
e t8 W. CUMds, was suddenly taken with an office of Building Commissioner Prlo--
t A Tillman Banks county, and a negro, Sloan Per Richmond division of the Seaboard AirLine
attack; of hydrophobia several days !leau shows that since June 1.312 per. Fatal Accident Occurs on the ::
killed Homer yesterdayat the track
ry, were near railway jumped near
a M lurin Clinch. ago, the moat alarming symptoms de cotta have been' Issued, allowing for
noon by a falling embankment In a the approach to the long Roanoke Tennessee River.
veloping.The the of structures of
canaL rIver bridge on Sunday and knocked erection 1,730 ,

t11 A E SENIOR THE LIE boy and his elder brother were Mr. Thompson had several hands at down an entire span of the structure. which number 162 are brick and 1.BC8

I f out hunting on Wednesday last Ofa work on the canal. At noon all hands The engine and nine coal cars passedon trame. ASSISTANT ENGINEER KILLED

Durhtg; Debate on the Philippineluastlon sudden and without warning the went home for dinner except Mr. safely but the rest of the train The number of buildings erected represents

.% younger boy commenced! running from Thompson and the negro. About 15 plunged 40 feet Into the deep water of the expenditure of several million Near Loudon, Tenn, the Boiler of the

c on Saturday a Disgraceful Ills brother. He crouched behind a minutes thereafter a cave 100() feet long the river. dollars, the largest structuios,

B cone la Enacted by the Two Sena- log and pleaded piteously with his fell into the canal, burying Mr. Thompson The tank cars filled with petroleum, both completed and now under waybeing Steamboat T. H. Bacon Explodes

; h irs From Palmetto State.ishlngton brother not to shoot him. Almost Immediately and the negro In 'the bottom of exploded and set fire to the bridge and : The Windsor hotel, the West With Disastrous Results Passenger I

W il, b he was seized with violent the canal. the portions of the cars above the wa building, Dyal-Upchurch building, city Enroute from Philippines Injured f'r1 f

tC Feb 24,-Tha Tlllman- convulsions and commenced tQ froth The noise produced bjf!' the falling ter. The burning oil ran In a blazIng hall, county courthouse, BaldwinAmbier .

,d 4' ,, ,' aurla feud reached the moat sen- at the mout cave'was heard a distance of nearly 1 stream down the river and for' almost block, Elks' club Ore department Knoxvllle, Feb 25.-The steamboat

2 ++ r onaL possible climax in afternoon Half carried and bait dragged the mile. Several of the hands heard the 2 miles the Roanoke was a sheetof headquarters, police headquarters, S., T. H Bacon was totally wrecked In

',- v Jte. senate Saturday boy 'was finally got home by his broth. noise rushed back immediately and flames. Small craft were endanger. B. Hubbard building, Gardner block the Tennessee river 7 miles below

A t McLaurln passed ,the lie to his er, the convulsions continuing every found the canal almost filled with ed by the burning oil. Baldwin block, E. E. Cleaveliiiul block Loudon this morning.

co ague and Tlllman, quickaa a few moments on the way. earth, but Mr. Thompson and the negro There were no lives lost. Flagman Stockton-Budd building and, the sev The boiler exploded, killing Estll Y

'y.., jumped over Intervening chairs As soon as nis parents learned of were missing.As Martin was slightly Injured by jump- eral lange structures erected on East Hudglns, assistant engineer; perhaps
struck the matter the boy's father made Im Bay street by the Atlantic. Valdostaand Robert Bird
McLaurln a stinging blow soon as the neighbors could be lag fatally injuring a passen

i his Slut. There was a rapid ex- mediate arrangements to take him to collected about 100 men began the Western Railway company. gar who was enroute home from the

Atlanta for special treatment. The work of excavation. The earth was removed FIVE OF FAMILY MURDERCD.: The demand for building: permits Philippines, and seriously Injuring Albert .

most serious fears are entertained for with all possible rapidity, hoping during the past week has fallen below Claiborne, the engineer, and Cook

the boy's recovery.It Unknown the average, but this has been the Smith, a deck hand.
that when the' unfortunate men Party Commits Foul Crime
appears that the child was bit were found they might be alive. The Near Welsh, La. case several times during the past nine The boiler shot through the rear of

ten about two years ago by a dog supposed months, the week following, however, the boat after first exploding: and k
_ dead body of Mr. Thompson was found Welsh, La., Feb. 25.-Last night it
to be mad. The dog belongedto about 7 o'clock last night. He was was discovered that five of the six: generally showing an Increased demand when it struck the water a second

a neighbor and was shot at once, In a standing posture, the top of his members of the Earl family! living 3 for permits explosion: occurred. The steamer was y

no symptoms of the rabies appearing.The head being about 2 feet under the miles from here, had been murderedand operated between Leudon and Kings
r boy's wound healed rapidly and MISS STONE IS AT LAST FREE. ton, Tenn.
earth that the head of the house had
nothing more was thought of the matter The canat where Mr. Thompson's disappeared.No .

until his recent strange conduct. body was found Is about 20 feet deep. search has yet been made for Brigands Relaaae American Missionary METEOR SLIPS FROM WAYS.

_ S i1. Mr. Childs Is a prominent citizenof Mr. Thompson was one of the most his body, although it Is generally be. and Mme. Tsllka.

Newton county and has been making prominent men In the county, having lieved that he has been killed. Constantinople, Feb. 24.-M'-a EllenM. Launching of Emperor William's New

his home in Covington until several been a member of the house or senate His wife had the whole front of her Stone, the American rValonary Schooner Yacht 1

i idl days ago, when he retained to his for the last 10 years. face mashed In with some blunt Instru who, with Mme. Tsllka, was capturedby New York Feb. 25.-In a drizzlingrain
former home In Newborn. It was at ment. brigands In the district >of Saloni- aa'd; i
In the of a brilliant 1
this placq that the boy was bitten by ca Sept. 3 last, has been released and presence
HEAD OF FAMILY SUICIDES. One of her sons had been shot assemblage, amidst cheering and the
the dog.BURSTING. the head and the throats of bas arrived at Strumltza, Macedonia.
through roar of cannon the German emperor's
t' Arrested By Bailiff, He Takes Dose of two others had been cut. Nobody was at Strumltza to meet Miss new schooner yacht Meteor waa
TILLMAN. BOILER KILLS FOUR. Stone, as the brigands bad given no
Strychnine. None of the family had \been seen launched from Shotters Island today
blows at short range the Ellljay, Ga., Feb. 26.-Newl has since Thursday last, and it Is thought indication where! they proposed to release Unlike the weather the

and senators rush- Horrible Accident 'In a Saw Mill N.ar' been received here of the suicide of that they were killed on that night. the prisoners. Mme. Tsllka and ments were perfect and, no untoward arrange f

; he combatants from every Vienna, Ga. Martin Barnes, who lived 10 miles west There la no clew to the perpetratorof her baby were released at the same Incident marred the occasion. The

ft'r employees joined In Vienna, Ga., Feb. 22.-Yearwood's of this place. Barnes ended his life the deed. The Earls originallycame time. They are all well. president and Mrs. Roosevelt, Prince

? ft'f and during two or three sawmill, 3 miles east of here, was the with a dose of strychnine soon after from Iowa. Miss Stone immediately made her. Henry and the distinguished party accompanying

? was one of the roost dls- scene of a bloody tragedy ya'terday. being arrested by Bailiff Withrow. self known to the authorities at Stru them were enthusiastically

ever enacted In any The boiler burst, Instantly killing! fqur It Is claimed Barnes was abusing GOES CRAZY WHILE SHAVING. mitza. cheered when they arrived at the
men and fatally another. The first news of Miss Stone's re
his wife last when his
on Saturday T platform built just back of the bow of %
South Carolina has The killed are: lease was contained in a telegram received
son interfered. Barnes shot his sou Farmer Draws Razor Across Throat, the Meteor. After greetings had been
the house of Marshall Brown by Mr. Dickinson, the American
upper con. sawyer. and was placed under arrest. Slashing Interfering Negro. exchanged Miss Roosevelt stepped for.
of the senators having Julius Allen, fireman. The boy Is reported not fatally but consul general at Constantinople, from C
Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 25.-At Cot ward, and taking hold of a silver covered
> by the unanimous vote Henry Manuel, laborar, seriously wounded. His head and body ton Hill on Sunday morning John the American vice consul at Salonica. bottle containing German champagne -
The telegram gives no details of thu
Arch Self, a bystander.
were riddled with blrdahot. Howell farmer went while
a crazy broke It on the side of the vessel.
-- The boiler was blown to pieces. The release. As Strumltia is near the Sa-
shaving himself to go to church. 1,
Immediately she seized a silver
bodies of the men were hurled In the lonlca-Uskub railroad Miss Stone will
TO BORE FOR NATURAL GAS. A negro who was looking at him to Salonica without ax: and severed the rope which released
proceed delay.
air 50 feet
through a window saw him draw the the weights holding the Meteor 4;

Tom, Kilts still survive but It la Company Petitions Rome, Ga., Councilfor razor across his throat and rushed The vessel went gracefully into the
thought be cannot recover Permit to Lay Pipes. frantically in to stop him. He was water with the American flag breaking

Rome, Ga., Feb. 25.-W. T. SIdell dangerously cut up for his trouble. out at the taffrall. +
Coal Ore and Iron
Shooting 'Affray In Morqan. Developments
e and associates asked the council last The negro may live, but Howell died Reach 1000000. American and German! national airs
dl Madison, Ga. Feb.
; a ordinance In an hour. the oi
night to pass an permittingthem were played and from scores
shooting affray\ occurred on the plant Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 20.-It devel
to run pipes through the streets craft containing excursionists came
tlon of E. B. Cowan, in the northern Italians Fleece American Tourist. ops that the Alabama Steel and Wire
for the purpose of conveying gas in enthusiastic cheering. Miss Rooseveltwore
portion of this county, in which one Rome. Rome, Feb. 25.-The Rev. Horace company, which recently bought the a dress of sapphire blue velvet, ..

rP'4F negro was seriously and another s- Dutton, of Boston, was robbed of 700 3,000 acres of Aldrich coal lands below 1"y
They propose to bore for naturalgas a large, black hat trimmed with ostrich
Bessemer Is also the of the
verely wounded. The fight took purchaser
placeat lire yesterday. He was bicycling in
and conduct It to the city. The feathers and a fur muff and boa.
a hot supper given by the negroesfor council will hold another meeting and the country when his machine broke Cherokee county coal lands recently

some church purpose. A goon discuss the proposition. down and he accepted the offer of two syndicated. The report also has It TRANSPORT'S STORMY VOYAGE

many of them became Intoxicated during men who were driving In a cart to that two blast furnaces are to be erect

ft't the entertainment and ed by the purchasers of the Cherokee
the row Schulera Begin Sentences' I take him to Rome. On his arrival here Three,, Deaths on Trip and Two Men
: started over a game of craps. The Mr.: Dutton started to remunerate the property In'' furtherance of the compa-
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 26,-E.. T Swept Overboard.
sheriff Is after the wldid the ny's plan to supply with raw material
negrues drivers, when he found his purse had
t and George H. Schuler, directors and
San Francisco. Feb. 25.-The United
which It now gets from the Tennessee _
shooting. majority stockholders of the Alabama disappeared. He accused the drivers, company. States transport Hancock arrived

Court Valued Kiss At $25. Steel and Wire company, today at noon who thereupon whipped up their It Is further reported that the Ala. today from the Philippines with 51 '
and drove Mr.
horses rapidly away.
JOHN LOWKDK8 M''LAunl began serving their days' sentence
cabin soldiers and
bama Steel and Wire 1,022 51
Columbus, Oa.;Feb. 24.-In the the of the cart company's devel passengers
of their fellows to be In contempt of mayor's far contempt In the county Jail. They Dutton hung on rear There three
coal and military prisoners. were
opments in and Iron
ore pig
the senate. Neither Is entitled to a court In Girard Saturday Will will not occupy a cell as one of the until exhausted and then dropped on deaths the which
fields will reach $1,000,000 and on voyage, was a
Horn, a young white man, was fined the road considerably bruised but more.
Tote or to recognition until the senate ,rooms of the jail fine been allotted to stormy one, and two men were swept

deoli1 8 their contempt purged. Their 120 or 90 days for kissing a young them. It Is understood they will fur. otherwise unhurt. PLAYMATE OF WILHELMINA.M. overboard and drowned. The Rose-

cas :as been referred to the committee lady who was on the street. When fish the room themselves, have a telephone crass, which arrived last night, '

on privileges and elections andThe the sentence was announced he, made put in and order their meals Comer May Be Candidate. brought 591 returning soldiers. Most
Hohgrauf, of Antwerp, Suicides at
a break from the courtroom, darted Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 25.-A rumor
Indications are they will hang from one of the leading cafes. The Jacksonville Fla. of the troops belong to the> Twenty-
past the officers, and gaining the has been going the rounds for ,
there for some time to come. Both Schulers were adjudged guilty of con second Infantry.
Jacksonville Fla. Feb. 22. M. Hoh
street made straight for the several that B. B. Comer of this -
wagon days ,
{ men entered formal apologies to the tempt of court by Judge Wilkinson, of

1; 'pt .' senate for their actions, but that does bridge He was pursued, but made the the city court, and sentenced to paya city, will likely be a candidate for the grant Wllhelmlna, who ,was committed a playmate suicide of Queen yes Turning to Support of Liberals

not change their status, nor does It Indicate bridge in safety and escaped Into fine of $500 andordered to be con Democratic nomination for governor.He Jamaica Feb.
terday by drowning Kingston, 25.-A let.
r. Georgia. The Columbus police are fined In the la a conspicuous business man anda
any change in feeling toward county jail for five days.
He came over from Antwerp a year ter from an Important business house
looking for him. of wealth but has been Identified
man ,
Their did
one another. apologies not --e
with his wife and sister at Colombia
ago hoping, Cartagena says a number
go !In that direction. Knocks Federal Prisoners Leave for Atlanta. very little with politics. He has the Florida would of Influential
change to prove people, Including
Of course neither man suffered physical Zelgler Corcoran. South McAlester. I. T., Feb. 25.- been one of Johnston's prominent sup
beneficial, but he did not Improve. The merchants, are turning to the support
Savannah Feb. 25.-Owen Zeigler porters. He has actively opposedsome
,?1 Injuries in tile personal encoun- United States Marshal Hackett and unfortunate man had long been despondent of the Liberals through conviction that
and Tommy Corcoran, welterweights, of the policies of the railroad
ter. deputies left last night for Atlanta. : and. had frequently threaten.. the present government of Colombia
a met before the Savannah Athletlo club commission for several years past.
Tlllman struck McLaurin a hard Ga., with 15 prisoners sentenced to ed to destroy himself, as he realized Is trying to block the sale of the Panama .

blow in the face, and It looked from last night for a 25-round contest tot the new federal penitentiary at the be was a pure to bis relatives, but a canal property to the United

the galleries as if McLaurln got In the southeastern championship. Corcoran recent term of court at Atoka. In the College Richly Endowed. close watch was always kept on him. States.
was knocked out In the twelfth Durham N. C., Feb. 25.-B. N. Duke,
two 'upon the face of his
one or antagonist number are three train robbers, who He was most prominently connected,
round, after making a fast and game formerly of Durham, now of New York,
before they were pulled apart, are the last of the gang who held upa and Dr. F. W. Marshall, of this city University Given Big Telescope.
," contest. Zeigler leaves today for St. and the president of the American Tobacco
but Tlllman thinks he was not struck. Missouri, Kansas and Texas train at was his father-in-law"; Knoxville. Feb. 24.-Dr. John Peatp, f
4' Louis to second Tommy Felts In his company, makes another notable -
Is trouble
Everybody expecting more
Caney last summer. The arrival of the aged manufacturer of tnammcth
with Harry Forbes for the ban. gift to Trinity Methodist college at
1 t% if the two men get together, for, as fight will be Soffel.
the prisoners the first consign. Hs endows the chairs of Three Charges Against Mrs. telescopes, has donated to the American ; ;
tam championship Thursday'night.Mistrial this place.
; w he showed in his statement to the senate ment of prisoners from the Indian Ter. political German, the Romance Butler, Pa., Feb. 2 .-Mrs. Kate Sof university at HarrMimn. Tenn., the '
; McLaurin threatens an aftermathif rttory at the Atlanta penitentiary. mathe tel wife of the Plttsburg jail warden third largest telescope In the United
In Dortlo Case. languages and applied
there is any repetition of the who assisted In the escape of the Bid. States. The Instrument will be ex
he has sold out the Republican Savannah Oa.. Feb. 2G.-A mistrial matlcs. These complete the college or
that to
charges Smallpox In Wilkes County. die brothers and was wounded during ceeded In size only by the Lick telescope
The is equivalent te
In the of W. O. ganlzatlon. gift
resulted Saturday case
paity. There Is no question Washington, Ga., Feb. 24.-Two the battle when they were recaptured, and the Instrument In the Yer-

ef the physical bravery of either man Dortlc, under Indictment for the killIng cases of well developed smallpox are $100,000. has been moved from the Butler hospital kes observatory at Green Bay: Wis.

and nobody who witnessed the encounter of James Oeegan Dec. 27 last. Nine! In Wilkes county. One of the par. and taken to Plttsburg! by Detective ;
of the jurors were for manslaughter Body of Girl Found In Stump. I
would be surprised to learn of ties, Oabe Grant lives on Ben Cade'llplace Robinson. She, has fully recovered Punished for Maligning Hohenzollerns.
Feb. 26.-Parties out
Bonham. ,
with and three for manslaughter
serious trouble of the same kind. mercy
her wounds. Three
more from charges
8 miles from town and the oth discovered the remains of New York, Feb. 25.-Henry Kress
walking :
with recommendation to the extreme -
X It all atarted'over Tlllman's bitter at. have been made against her, one alleging
er Is a child on Arls Llndsey'aplantation
negro of N. J.
of the court. To this Lana May Prendergrast, aged 17, who Union Hill was beaten with a
tack the Republicans In his crime of in the
upon the aiding escape
4 miles north of the city. is
the majority would not agree and a has been missing since Dec. 23 last. syphon and now in a hospital with ;
speech on the Philippines. He charg of murderers and two alleging,
Dr. John Hill has seen the Grant ne
declared. The girl had been murdered and her a fractured skull because he malignedthe
ed that the Republicans had only been mistrial was assault and
\4 gro and says it Is a genuine case of body concealed In a hollow stump, )being felonious; battery. Hohenzollerns, and Prince Henry
to ratify the treaty by se
able peace
The disease Is
smallpox. supposed to
Sold. much mutilated in the process. in particular In the presence of a
LaGrange Paper .
the vote of a senator through .
curing have been brought from Atlanta by a Tampa Cigar Shipments.Tampa. German bartender. The latter woo ar
Improper influences. This led to a Lagrange. Ga., Feb. 25.-Fuller E. negro woman named Sissy Stark. Fla., Feb. 26.-The cigar: rested.
Given As Lost
Callaway, LaOrange's wholesale merchant Ship
heated colloquy between Tlllman\ and shipments for the week were 490

Spooner! the upshot of It being the has bought out The LaOrange Shot Fired Through Window Calais, France, Feb. 25.-The maritime cases, which amounts to 3.400,000 cigars
authorities have given as. lost Cotton and Compress Burned.
Reporter and will make It one .of lh had
McLaurln through
i that and the of the entire
charge Hogansvllle, Ga., Feb. 26.Tuesday average year Memphis Feb. 25.-The of x
of been won best weeklies In the state Mr. (':al. the sailing vessel Jules Jean Baptist, The plant the
patronage Is 2,500,000 cigars. shipments
the potency
> !laway Is a young merchant only 31 nlght little before 9 o'clock some person bound for St. Male, France, which has Tupelo Cotton Compress company at
the Republicans. nearly 2,000 ahead of
over by years old. He has been In the mercan shot into the store of Roberts &: been long overdue. There were 80 persons are now cases Tupelo Miss., together with 700 bales
of last
the for the
I) INVITATION WITHDRAWN. tile business for 14 years and during' Longino, the bullet barely missing on the vessel, including 60 passengers shipments, notwithstanding year that last same of cotton, was destroyed by lire yesterday .

-- that time has built up- the largest bust Jesse Jones. Mr. Jones was sitting at mostly working ,people.Drugged was period the largest In the history of year the m ,rning. The total loss exceed i
the office desk writing when the bul $50,000. The cotton was Insured
of this city.
Senator Tillman Did not Participate 'In ness and Robbed In Wooda. business until the business was cut
let camo crashing through the win. but the compress plant was not.
Reception to Prince Henry. Fire In Wayorosa. dow. From the direction of the hall Southern Pines, N. C., Feb. 25.-A down by the strike.Crushed .

Washlagton, Feb. 24.-The president Waycross, Oa., Feb. 22Dr. T. S. the miscreant! must have been on top native of New York named Booth was Young Farmer Killed by Train.
to Death In Wheel.
his Invitation extended to of Mr. M. H. HIghtower'a store when found yesterday In the woods near Cog
withdrew Paine proprietor of the Cash drug Laurens, S. C., Feb. 25.-Till ma a
Senator Tlllman. of South Carolina to store burned yesterday morning car he shot. No motive can be assigned. here, and It was discovered that he McCoys, Tenn., Feb. 24.-While Fuller, a young white farmer, about
been drugged and robbed. He was leaning over a cog wheel oiling the I
sty 'attend the dinner given in honor of ried a stock of goods valued at $3.000 35 years old, was run ever and killed.
cold when found and of the separator at the Lon
dead from machinery
White Charter for New Bank. almost
iPrtnce Henry of Prussia at the to 4000. Ills stock Is badly damaged by a freight train on the Charleston
don mines \Vt miles from hereon :
Mouse. by lire and water. Dr. I. L. Dodge Warrenton, Oa., Feb. 25.-A charter was Insensible. Copper and Western Carolina railway near v

'" I. It Is; stated that this action on the loses quite heavily on his dental office has been applied for for the Citizens'. Severed His Head With Razor. last Friday morning the wheel Mr. Jack and Bell the Waterloo in this county. His body'

wart of the president was made necessary and fixtures, but he Is pretty well bank of Warrenton, capital, stock U5,- Vancouver B. C., Feb. 25.-News was whole caught front by of his cog body torn apart, wan found later on near the track.

from the fact that it was due tQ covered by Insurance. 000, and same waa opened for business. was brought down by* the steamer Instant death."ackeonvlll.'s .
of the sen Partial organization was perfected by causing Decrease 'In Internal' Revenue.
.the occurrences on the floor City of Seattle that Lulu Watts, a variety -
/ Burke the election of C. R. Fltspatrlck. cash Feb. 25. The Internal d
late last Saturday. The senator from Wtanted' County. actress of Nome, attacked Jack New Jail. Washington/ -

.South Carolina was declared In contempt Augusta. Oa. Feb. 22.-John Anthony ier. Kirk and severed his head from his Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 2G.-The contract revenue for January, 1902, amounted B ?r

of the senate. Senator Martin ,a negro wanted In Burke county body with a razor. to $20.866,772, a decrease front January -
for the reconstruction of the
X14' Kansas Populist. Wilt Not Fuse. 1901 of 3091006. '
of Virginia, a member of the commit on a charge of murder was arrested In .
has been awarded tho
naval affairs, accepted an Invl. August yesterday. Anthony wall Topeka. Kan., Feb 22.-The populists Tramps Killed In Wreck. county jail by '
tee on
I. In Mr. Tlllman's place. caught by another negro In his house of Kansas In session here yesterday Logansport, La., Feb. 25.-A wreck board of county commissioners to the Tillman and :'f
rf; v 'I 1 The Invitation was extended originally with the latter's wife and began firing decided late last night, after a occurred near Joaquin, Tex., last night fauly Jail company of St. Louis, Mo., Washington. /> I

to Mr.( Tlllman owing to the fact oa him, whereupon Anthony seized a stubborn fight, that there would be no five cars being ditched and two tramps the contract price bring: $25,320. The< Senators senate.'I:

.that he Is the ranking minority\ memo gua that was In the room and shot the affiliation( between the Populist and killed on freight train No. 9. Full particulars work Is to be completed by Aug. 1 South Carolina, I

t bar- of the naval affairs committee I psebapl dead. Democratic: forces: Kansas, this year. are Mt< abtalnable.71a9tn cf this year. the roll of the _

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of Connecticut Is o oIT Double daily ae'' vii:,
:, Mr. William Douglass, the new president lodge No. 19, at *VWN N*WV jjg board Air Line; ho Bas '
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of the of Pennsylvania Veteran Odd Is Fellows'very well association Ington was chartered of which Jan.at \ I tee Bnilt.1 t.? |i We ship a gallon of Good Whiskey, f Wfty

known and extremely popular In tra was a part For 0 ex. charges prepaid for $3.00. Other |
I I IIc,mil circles In 1372 be was Initiated communications Are You* ng'To
I I ,: I! Into the order bouses. In tho |i THOS. J. GRIER f r whiskies, S.6O to $7.00 per gallon. i '' Richmond '
ns a member of the present hall o Washfnffto ':ft!itluiore
I '; Hamilton lodge cated Dec. 80 II o An 8-year-old brand, bottledIno Philadelphia, or New'York' :? t

a and about a fixed so as to Contractor The Seaboard, Air Line }gall!\ "
lrr year latc r help and tho celebration | 5 1 bond, age, strength, purity and quantity j? offers you the choice of two elej o

s 1? A t organize u r u s lodge.Arc- St.The John growth-Masonic of tho | and Builder |xIs K guaranteed by the XT. S. gov't per i daily and trains the, the Seaboard Metropolitanited Fast <

t For a ho number the United States 0 f case of 12 bottles, $15.00. f Leave St. Augustine at 8 :fif

years and was ade has been a prepared to fill your order it V )( or 6 :10 p. m, Leave Jallkeo
re- During the six years Imported and Domestic Wines and
elected to represent promptly and In workmanlike o 10:10 A. m. or 7:40 p, tn,
the net gain In the
his lodgeat r Brandies at close figures.
OC3. or more than i manner. Estimates<; furnished ,
I dl'; II.LIAU DOUGLASS. tho grand The grand o I A 17-year-oId Whiskey, bottled in bond, g "
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has every
Washington Just
president Is a charter member of tidal census&; of that II $2.00 per bottle; not less than 4 bottles sold. g
SII turns lodge. For> a number of years description. 2i Camden, Southern PinesPineuurac
report shows that Terms cash with order. 2
lie was elected and re-elected to represent o 0 on your way home.
in the state with a "
his lodge at the grand lodge. The x I Seaboard:: Air Line Railway
has 1
i d' r{ new president Is a charter member of of 433 5,705.members There during i i West Palm Beach Florida' | i MIAMI CLUB BAR, S only line operating double
: ,
'', 1 Mount Ciirui! encampment, No. ID\ The California service. Leave St. Augustine
s1 find in 1S74 became past chief patri o I" Miami Florida. ,x
sedation at its o7sol.o5to11oitoraSSOkofeo7ioitf a. m. and 6:10 p. m. I !lave.T
arch. lie Is also a prominent and active
I elected President 2" Opposite Poatofflco 'Phone 92 Bonvllle '
member of the Masonic orders and 10:10 a >n. andSeaboard 7t rl ,
various other onganl/atlons. an honorary member.Orient o 0

The death of rust Grand Master chapter. \ oia11oi1okioltoito11o7toS.o7soi.olsol.oleoleod.okoltoilolW ltoieoltoiiolsollo .
George F.! Borle of Philadelphia Kansas City Mo., I Air line Railway .
the most excellent
Past Grand Master Colonel John
Operates the' only bIg
Ipliun of St. Joseph, Mo., takes from
( 104.By the will of \ Bui n Houses Pianos daily train between alt. An; ,
tho order two worthy Odd Fellows. Organs
r at lS The growing: importance of the Re- who died recently In Move Houses. Sewing Machines. Jacksonville. and New Tori]

fat;, bttkah branch of the order.as an efficient charity fund of I sell direct from the Factory eervation, Compartment* n ag ]-
1 '+ agency. In all tbat pertains to Pennsylvania will Repair Houses. The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mautlolia! Attachment Room and Dining Cars, 'ot?
: rrn tho advancement of the Interests of In Pennsylvania The Conover Pianos, the Cable Pianos, man's latest models, coustitu'J
Odd Fellowship has become a recognized clslons are not work, The KliiRabuiy( Pianos, the Wellington Pianos, personnel of these superb
.)' : fact What was originated as aside lodge.: His edict is The Chicago Cottage( Organ, in twenty-nine style Leave St. Augustine daily a| ya.
;yet i degree for the wives of the brothers verslbla except by Repairing or At the Very Lowest Prices aad on Liberal Terms. .
has .enlarged Into a powerful compact /grand master. Dock Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application.Old m. Leave Jacksonville di;
Building. 10:10 a. r::.
r representing the highest type of The committee Instruments Taken In Exchange o Tba Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine
deeds) of charity and the most generous. grand lodge of addressM.
acts of love. and Accepted Masons on or Nocclliw and Attachments fur all kinds ol S< \\"Ins:Machines Mall Orilen will receive ':

Odd Fellowship has outgrown tiiejiarrow two hundred and prompt Altoullon. Stop Over Prlvir!
prejudiced opinion of a secret near Sullivan MIAMI FLORIDA WV ERICKSON "
; t k' society and Is now recognised as a and has Went Palm Beach. :"JA.A 1 B-tf Allowed by the
; b.!'" : 1.. : great benevolent organization giving gift and establish Line Railway- on WinJ

11r., \ comfort to the sorrowing, relief to thedistressed indigent Masons In Tickets.FredBadunail.
I) :,,: ,,; ,. i and homes to the orphan the wishes of the ,.' x okokokokokokokokokor.okokoroltoleolso7AO7toitoSlo7.oleolto lo Ir
t J ,,;{ ,:Z '..r and to the helpless aged ert A. Miller The 1i C. Ditlmar, o 0
j'. I maintain that the fundamental : $35,000.
,';4.16 principles of our noble Institution. All lawful DEAI.FIt: aud.ISItoiiKli : G. G. Strohm Company Y Yff y
"" r. ., wheresoever taught, and that our rites lodge whether '
I $n,':;, !' r.l. and (ceremonies wheresoever practiced are "regular.. essed Iiambet o PARLOUS IN PALM BEACH HO
w' + ed, throughout the length and breadth Standard. The W
; hotel l buext. and CottflRWfl will tin
I"1,'I,k of the world make for .righteousness Intervals as provided Doors, Sash, Blinds, FAMILY GROCERIES I Clam Service and IteaHonnblu 'J. ,
: ,,!,' ,f for the ennobling of character and for are properly called Mouldings. Brick, Lime, Your patronage la ....UcU..1PALI a
'I ; :', \ the development of a new type of Pittsburg ,o of
J.t\: ::&,' (!, manhood in the state In society and has the largest and Builders' Hardware. I

:''f:'': r, nt the fireside.-Charles Bonney, Con United States and PIERCE FLORIDA Fancy Food Products f D. M. GEAURIDEA m

; necticut. world At the lust x
I p I ir
9 MACCABEES.Practicing Grain and ".
.. Royal Alpha lodge First Class Ltqlitwood Posts for Provisions. r ToniorlOi work by th1 t>7
very select and Old Itellahle.. "
j' What They Pr..1r.T..t.D" charter dates from :! Covering and other pur- o o SHOP UNDER HOTEL PALMS.
*. ;' lllro Note.. : of Its members is AddressH. 0 JEFFERSON BLOCK WM Palm Beach.1l1&! :

:'. ,'t i. Fraternal organizations are coming three Nearly; all of B. HOWARD 1 0
to be recognized as most practical *
; ) training schools fitting men for life's I. officers No visitors of the are grand Sebastian f/a. West Palm :Beach, Florida. r W. H ATAILORINC 0

duties. The Maccabees are doing their exclusive lodge. O 3.1.1902 O
'. nhui-e. Every father should insist on he ascended the Ykoieoi.o7toltol.oil oilo9soiao' o7toao7lolto7aoSaokolaoitoko3toUo7aoiso ::
f I his boys taking membership. The Mac- ful master, and the "
.1 d cabees are practicing fraternity as his son was S. Hacker & Son
11 I. veil as talking it. Our order leads all In All Its Branches

::1 I others In this enterprise in caring: for occupying that 'l"1'o GRAFTED, ---
7J.I and helping members.-Beehive. BIIDDEDLargest Mulgoba Mangoes. r

f The aggregate of the surplus funds PRESSING, GLEANING +

: on Jan. 1, 1001 was 080000. Jan. 1. /; Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms, Phyl1 an. DYEING
i 1oo:!. It exceeded $1.3-13,000.; KNIGHTS AND REPAIRING t
) thus, eto. AH pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock
In Wisconsin Maccabeelsm Is taking High Spruce Pin Land. Address
boom. grown{ on Shop on Olive St.. West Palm Beach.
on quite Many teats are reporting
large additions to their memo A member who JOHN B. BEACH, Weat Palm Beach. Fla.
4 T
bership. ;
olulu advises that
Indiana has lost one of her most loyal rested<< the brethren '
-' and enthusiastic Maccabees In the lie says the spirit : BICYCLES: 1
I ? ore death of Sir Knight Charles M. Sail practiced more MANUFACTURERS The Mutual ;\
I tho brethren lu the
other place he has Wheel |Jkept in first-class; con .:;Aft; !J
I Knlorbt ot ,Malta. is growing and 'he Sash, dition. When you want to rent vA 1:
1 Cross Philadelphia a good easy-riding( Wheel, to I. _
Holy commandery at go ,
provisions be made ,
Blinds '
ro at Its first convocation of the of the Hawaiian MouldingsAND :Life; Insurance Company "

I new year received three applicationsfor of California.Inquiries E. PORTER : "

t membership and completed details for new Building Material, \",I '"''', ,'
for a season of great activity.

11 1 Gerard commandery at Rochester received Redlands.by Cal.the! ; : ; CHARLESTON, S. C. of New York. And Get. ,,: .' <': ;

t N. X., has taken possession of its new South.Send "
CfBT: .
field Mass.,and Largest Factory ?
: :1
home, and the event was celebrated At the next for Prices. A Rambler :Pti a :
with attendance. ,
a a large The new
lodge of Florida RICHARD A. McCURDY President. "
an .
i council chamber will be known as '

:Malta temple.. The ball bas been fitted election be voted of on grand to .. Wheels For Sale. 1
I, j up Ins a very elaborate manner, all ''K

I j I' the order furnishings, and it now having presents. been one made of the to lug Ohio states.the New election Jersey WOOD WOOD And General Expert Repair Repairer Work done by au ', -tf I

t.I't richest and most comfortable homes Did more business in 1900 than during any previous year. It
for fraternal use In western New York.'L Reports from the Olive Street West Palm Beach
easily maintains its position as tbe, largest, strongest, most progress ,
of Ii:. O. O. I{. \" Stove "Wood "
ive life insurance company in the world.
the imperial _
t increase and renewed to Any Fart of Town.

I FfA fA E SAG pT S SThe St One of the- Income in 1900 .. 6058290231. SPRODL'S EXPRESSFurniture

: ; > place in the near Leave orders at Wood Yard on Cle- Assets December 31, 1900 $325,753,102.51.!
will be the
i merger i Avenue near the railroad track, Insurance and Annuities .- $1,141,497,888.02.
with Sicilian lodge : Idress moved, Baggage
'i, United Order of the Golden Star The combined transferred 'and general

: Is The growing various rapidly in Massachusetts. lodges: will make J., T. SNELL, The history of this company has been an unbroken record of pro- dray I u<;? done at reasonable
{ commanderles are initiating largest numerically :
I candidates at every meeting. PROPRIETOR.: ",9t ,press.: Its excess of returns to polley.holdeI'II bas ben utmost SIX rates.TwoSeated.
'J'UIES AS jruair AS THAT 01' TJIJS .Wi XT
The Fraternal Mystic circle now has Fraternal ,JARGZST Carriage
COMPANY and nearly ten times. as much as that :of t
t, 1 I a total membership of over 17,000 and To attend the : Or Single BuggyFor
It is confidently rank.
expected that It will larly. Yacht"ARTHUR
I reach 23.000. during 1002 and have a To pay your dues hire by hour or day.
j large surplus fund. To take more Total of Assets and Policy Payments $866,232,963. Leave orders at Manilla.. House.

k I t Fraternity teaches us that there is than you have been B ;' Total Premiums received I 779134420. 1x-e-It
one thing we can all do for others if To assist your .. .
i i we will-express the happiness we feel
of the lodge.
i and suppress the misery. To be Makes daily tripe between Excess of assets and payments to policy holders Ann nflO
4 more AGENCY
1 1, The American Legion of Honor was fellow muu. total premiums received since formation of \H / IUH| 543/ 3.over 3.

founded in 1373. It bus a membership To help those who Palm Beach andMunyon's Company l cf ...GJO.t : .
and are bowed CONTINENTAL
The Knights; and Ladles of Honor or sorrow
; C-. clcr bas fifteen grand lodges and 905 To watch with the Island The assets of the Mutual Life are clean and well invested. The

BUblodges. to do that duty. Company refuses to take risks in countries where climatic conditions :

g9' Ancient Secret Societies. To attend the -Stopping at all Points of Interest are at all dangerous, and it does not write insurance on subjects who PLANT COMPANY
in below standard.The r
y ceased brothers and are any respect
(c' In a general study of secret orders ,
.. !, that no longer. exist a few striking conclusions act tbat the living Of Kittrell, N.
, To for C.'v
i are forced upon us. It Is ceased car members that leaves West Palm Beachat premium rates of the Mutual Life are LOWER and its guarantees
strange that their secrets were not
re- ance. 10.30 A.M. Returning, HiGIIER than those of any other leading company STRAWBERRY PLANTS

Lear .
To cultivate a << "
strangers. who too arrives at 4.30 P.M.; CECIL WILCOX Gen'l Oabbags.. Tomato cad Celery Pla..t..
d is known from the Inside as It were. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla.J. .
!+ It la also a remarkable tact that most reception In the CARNATIONPINKS)
, F"v of them were formed for the purpose W. CONNER,.Ag't, East Gallie, Fl.. A Specially.

of teaching some form false or true Red Pars, 15 Cents We handle R....... and Flowering r+
ti 4 Cl of religious belief or practical ethic. Massachusetts -- O. I" Tiber, Olee 8t. Mary Fla Planta tor
or botb. They all flourished most Moro, on the warpath ala.r.) of your 1"
r' ,when the civilization of the nations palefaces ore reported<< petrou.ge.obeited.
e !where they. existed was at Its height Itaska tribe of N,B.-Finest blue fiining and trolling SUBSCRIBE, FOR THE SUN HAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED

nd died. In the decline of the people' to Add 100 new Lake Worth. Address PRANK illy wbu sustained them. JJfII j| of next moon. I Doc.ir-tl D- p,0.nosM, W." P.lni Beaoh PUft" f'M 's

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condition.be know the"Yem deceased," mild and the wltiii'Hs bin mental; "1] 0 okokpkokatoetotgooyako .tokQkolROStpkokokot.oatoko5tokorokko, .: JCC $ X'g(" -JCE.$"* $

TORIES kno\\(',I lihn well I lie teas /n pretty I PAUl, C. W
I Truscott Boat Co.
fair ttu-in.-r M'fg
i 1 but ho would waver set the I
river on flre." This answer angered
Veils and he said to the witness rather CONSTRUCTOR Of O, JONES & MINNICK

dote J d petulantly, "Well, sir, what do you i i.e
r Both on fire mean?" about never setting. tile river on I High Grade Pleasure CraftY f

r ud
a Stump. '
"Well," said the witness, "suppohe Vapor;: Marine Moto Building Contractors. :'
oine one should< ,ask,mo, ;JIo you know
rc Carty Wells, and the condition of his 2" J.. D.. O. MORRIS.. As-ent., o
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' \c: .Way ere-A Left Introducing Handed Compll-FuBllo 'Yes mind; ?he' is I a would pretty answer fair lawyer by saying but be/ ," o -West Palm Beach, Florida, ox i: Only the Best of Mechanics ,

H. l e One Orator Too Many.. will never set the river on 11. ',' aAoleola0llo7eOlso75oi5oleoitoit07eo7nooAOltoltolsol/otso5 X

hang an .Irish| Interrogator. No further question was asked the, oisolsolso7to B Employed on Our Contracts

j H \\nlng an Eplt ph--Wltty Re. witness .

"i o 'a Witness Whore One Law Congratulations. Do You Want a W

iti as Better Than .Two- Houpl- Shortly after Colonel D. P. Dyer was ? WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA (
I )t' Explained admitted to the bur In Pike countyhe STEAMBOAT ? $ a-ao-ti: /
r We have them to Bell.and U we have
F was appointed by the court to defend, 'none on hand tomiit' we can build X'
1 ight, im. by Chomp Clark] an old fellow by the name of Jones Just wliiit vouwaitt.: : .

Introduction) and latrodnct who wns1 Indicted for enticing a slays
length tboy vary from ouoo to leave his master. The feeling In We ore also PreparedTo -

I to- an hour, lu stylq from those days, against abolitionists was, Furnish__...___.__. ....._.__._____. aTs:
lone to the sublime, lit spirit vl'ry.bltter.! Tho case was tried and BELL
perfunctory to the entliusiusjetlines submitted to the Jury. In a few min Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

tr the, Introducer cou- utes that body returned, a.. verdict of
,Inmel{ with merely Write or call on, UII for Anything inOur
announcing guilty and axsmttod the
piinlHlnnciif; oQ( you need. Contractor BuilderWEST
that and
f e .me of the speaker and, bin sul>- Jones lit two years In the state penttentiiiiry. -

lch.I am Inclined to bi'llevo Johnson Hrndrlclc. au old Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
eb experience, la the Ideal farmer, heard the verdict and ImmedIately ,
q ;uln, he will undertake to pre went to Jones and unld: PALM BEACH FLORIDA
hat the speaker will.say, vrblpbIUU "Mr. Jones, I congratulate To JACKSONVILLE,
The erection and repairing of of all
Buildings descriptions given/( personal 11
P unmitigated nuisance. Somu- which Jones replied "Mir, I don't think ,,.,4 p oi. iKTOB Jacksonville"Marine Railwaysa. attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED
makes the mistake of fancy- there Is anything to be congratulated. ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly iw
b. : i the audience has agHemblud to for." -- done. References given if desired.

and lays himself out for a "Oh, yes," said Hendrick. "If you Residence on Evernla. Street, near Lake Front. P. O. Box 361. I
d I j t' lion. had had another lawyer like Dyer you A. GALE C. CTJTTRELL l-rt-tt

shing' Introduction.pU would have gone up for five years In.-

1 .. KuHtiell of,Charleston.gpeaker stead of two." MAN i GONIA BOAT WORKS T---

Ic of the state bouse of Hospitality Explained. 1 :

tatlvcs and a, capital story tell- John n, Henderson, formerly a Unit C. C. CUTTKELX, Manager. Want a
ong since related to me the folAVnen ed States senator from, Missouri, Is a i

lion Marsh. Arnold self made man and attained his high Caulker and Spar Maker.
JIIgg ble third race for congress, position by and through his 0"0 Indomitable House .Built ?
o spoke at SlkOBton, and pluck and energy. He be.goo '

[la Introduced him. ID tills the battle of life poor and, frleiut-\ MARINE RAILWAYS .
S' rr, nd gentlemen, we bane less, and while he was quite young ha II. T. Grant, Contractor and Builder, |II prepared(; to, give

4_;: tonight to listen to-the was apprenticed or "bound out;," to and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake prompt service and satisfactory work to any one need. s
; f) v ; ,'nmet ur distinguished repre- speak In the 'Vernacular of that day to ing anything in the construction Hoe.

ml congress. All sorts of a worthy farmer In Lincoln county by at MAN GONIA. i,
Call address
re and deport themselves he on or
of !
t. name Browning. MX. Browningmd "
Estimates Furnished on New or Old Work.
fy r f ways The congressional a soil by the. name of Arthur who v H. T. GRANT I "
Vessel hauled out and taken cafe of for the Summer
+;? I e neglect their duties and was about the age of Henderson. The ,

1 heir time skylarking around two grew up together until they were XfF-: All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch. 6-6.1902 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, ,

gtoti seeing the sights, but our eighteen yenrs of age. Henderson bean SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY. n-i-oa:
swan, Hon. Marsh Arnold, la ; the study of laW' while engaged In

/ at his post IIo sits there, just teaching a country school. Arthur re- JHMES & HOLLEY
knot on a log, an Introduction limbed on the farm of his father.Henderson .

convulsed the audience and : was admitted to the bur TIME TABLE ...... .
embarrassed Hon. Marsh Ar- and began the practice of law. Soon BUILDER _....a ;i

y' Active Short Speech. county to attend court. One WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
FTe' time since la these cloakroom evening during tbe term of court he I-K-1t
I gnve samples of powerful concluded to go out to hIs old master's New Or........ and Itlobtle1B

W eeche8. to upend the night Another young II No. No.3: No 8Leave No. 1 NO.5 $ x Jd ,
d f is one by that prince of orators, lawyer accompanied him; Reachingirownlng's 1--- -- -.---- fic&x3&f
'T a : : imp 11 on p ...... ..... Pen.n.nl.rrlv... 1'1011.' 4 OO p I' 1.00 P u
(feue.-H.: Prentlss of Mississippi, late In the evening he H M1OU :Il/: p 102a.................... Flo in a toil............Leuvo. 'J 85 a a 110 p t an p :a TO ALL
Jch, hough printed. before, Is well found the family bad talon. supper, and 11 ,") 4 2p/ :a 11II ........................ Mubllfl..,.................... lli: 8Op 14: 1/1/ 5 00 P \ INTERESTED
's orth* printing again tie was once he and his friend were invited to sup ......... a HlG: I' 7 ao II ....................New prlmm ....................I H OU I'| 'TliI II ............ i

aged,In a political discussion ou the alone. As a part of the supper there Poniuuiula, "''t.l.onl., Cincinnati and Lonl...lll... _. R THE:: -

with wbo before them by Arthur,
Imp a gentleman was was placed
!i! Ne.4 No.1 No.8
,, F /dy, dun and spoke against time sojt who waited upon them, a large crock --
Prentlsa might speak at a dlaadIt.wu8 of rlcb milk with plenty of cream on :i 111I' til imp ................................ Pfnmii'olaMoiitKonmry. ..........................Arrive 4 00 II 5 ooai Peninsular Electric Construction
18 a u HO p Arrive .. ... ... ............. ...... ...........Leave 11 18 a i IIlIl\p .
flB..J' nearly dark when It. Henderson and his friend drank all 111\1)8) l-J I> .... .. .... ...... .... lllrUltn/h/11D/ ....... ... ..... ..... H BU a 401\1' '
'i\I'Rl'j 'OB?. At the same time a don- : of the milk In the /crock:, and when it DO a H -20 H ..... ..........................1..1.11I....................... ............ I II 1" p Si 4S a .'
J ? 7 :m..tll1l1.( ..... ......... ... .....Cliu-liinnll .................. ... .... It OO nil 159 COMPANY J
fik l.a.uefalibotlUff i>und began to bey were tbrough. } bray' And unttt satisfied/ air, back, from the
kept It Prentlss' pushed
up Penwela. and JIWk..IU..
IS 'to
NOW the of the of
patronage public
open Weal
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friends were annoyed and his enemies table and In a complimentary way I ,
delighted. When the donkey stopped said': No.- !l1. No 18 Nt Stop whoreTinle is Notl Shown. No. 4 No. !22UullY Palm Beanh and vicinity.
r Dully Dolly Dally
Frentlsa. a comical glance at "Arthur, that was rich milk .
casting very you --- Electric Construction of All Kinds.Annunciator ,,

.1.I hIs antagonist said "I did not come gave us. When I lived here w4 wel'erequIred r1-..... ...... .... .........nobolPlI. ........ ...... ........... ) p 8 0801'1:11IJp ,
here toaDY to reply to two equally eloquent to skim off all the cream before 1:1 :10.. 7'T 1:10 III: a .............. .. ..................l'"' ....r8o.... ., ........ ..... .......... 10UI" 8 j 01 oUp I' *, Call llelU, Burglar and Fire Alarm System Specially, It
the milk" 1:1 9M a 717.. ..................................EHc..nlhj. q, ? ....................., 10 11:11): a nip ALL WORK UU.\RANTKKO.Olllcea .
d speeches! Then he sat down drinking 1:4 1117:14. .. ......... ........ ....................Millat..M.. ........... ..,....,....... 10 :1111' IJ 41I':
and his friends carried him from the Arthur who hud a way of drawling 1:1 HU u 'Tn: a................................... ... Narp ..........".i.q..................... 10 lit p ii 411 P in Jefferson(
: ......... ........... ..... IJ/'T Block O.18UP.
stand In tbelr arllis.A..WIUy Gut his words said: "That Is tme. And 1:1110. 11.1 10 In p P
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1ilK. 'TIt/ !
Retort. you would not have got that rich milk / ( ........a.O"ltCll1'.I., w; .,............ .. 1I'. 4 M18p P O. 394. West Palm Beach, Fla. .
;.................. 0'an 4111\
ne of the greatest humorists In MlsaoUrl this evening/ If a rat had> not been : "t e'! :1M.14 ................. .... ...... .....: AlIIlIl n ....,?..d......................... .a 20 P poll 1 P p
Newman of. drowned In It." : 1488a.......... .... ........ ... ('"Ivl..w..t\.. .............. | 3 *3 "xXJcC
Is A. 11181' 40111' :
Major Henry Henderson and his friend, needless .. H 5l a'.... .................. .......... n..rl..d .............a...h........ ..... 8 IIn J' 184 P ;0CPCC; "
Huntsrllle.. He was a brave Confederate 18(1a. \I 011.. .... ....... .. ......,. Mn..yll"hd i n........,. ............ 8
: soldier and rough and to.llay, were not In the best of health )I U28a: ... .. .....D.Fnulue5prings. ...... ....... ...... .M 18p :241)p -
a ready and spirits the balance of tbe night .8 114 II ......................................"rll'.I.......""."........ ............... 7 441. 2 214 I' "
orator of great power. In his spcecbas 047a. .... .. ............ .. 1'.IIl."I..I..o .....W...... ......... 780p :208p
tbe of 1UOO he Governor VV.' J. Stone's Story. / .. ... ... .. ............. .. Wratvllh' ...n......... ...... ... 'TIHp 1\NN0UNeSMENT !
campaign eschewed II'1I1J'
i t during In Oil a ....................................('nr".III.. ............................. ..... 71111) 142 P
"tbe paramount Issue" of Imperialism. "You can't squelch a boy said Gov- n tin In 211.. .............. .......................U.'III'T, (nn "I :
ernor Stone, "I have had some rich II 1111 n a 111 1114.. ........ ................. ... t'hlpIrv ............ .. .................. IS 4111'p 12 n7 III"I'
dn0ato57a ... ... .. ...................(.0""".\III.. ....... .. ... ......... 1111111.1:11101': wish the know
We that
5 The major made a speech at Poplar experIences with boys. At the beginning 7 nil a 11 11\ ii ............. ..... ........Mnrlsolla. .......... '. ..... ........ II 11101 P 1:1: 111I't public to we are now j
Bluff!, bad a mngnlllcont audience and of my campaign against Warner 1a0aIt88u ..... ................ ....( )'11.; ..... ...................... ..... Ii 4I pIt85S supplied with! a full line of
T 40a It 42.. ... ......... ... ... hand Itldge ........... ......... .. 1\ ...2J.l1117 \ .
r I was In flue fettle He discussed fluauce- In ISO: tbe Kansas: City Star published IJH..11 II:1B: ..... .. ........... Hieds' .. ........ ......... ....... 1\ 1111'11.41'1&IIllin '
!, aud trusts with great eclat larruped he canard that I bad not paid. my road I 1:4: (1.111' .... ...... ..... ...River dunrllua..,............. ... .... 1110 I' II lOa
............ 1 48I .... ... ..... ... ....'rnilnhna.ee. ........... ..... ..... II 111 I' .. Plumbing Supplies
wa the Republicans In great shape and tax, and the report gained some credence ...... ...... 'T 2111' Arrive................. ;.. .. .....:......... ..... \. 0 110... .. ...
: was coming down the home stretch lu among tbe Republicans of south
' e an easy canter when his serenity was .Ilssourl.. A short time afterward I -- -
,J disturbed by a voice Inquiring, "How spoke during the night at Joplln. There We do Tin and Sheet-Iron! Work
About tbe Phlllppaylns?" The brogue Turo torches galqre flambeau clubs and Electric wiring.
'kk with which the questlpn was put left and bands and I was riding with.local TOR, .

no doubt as to the nativity of the gentleman notables In a fine carriage drawn by Rhhn.ond W..hlngton Baltimore Agents for Defiance Windmills and Towers Y

1 >' : seeking Information. tour horses at the head of the proces- Phlldelphia. Boston Atlanta ...... ... ,
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The major paid no attention to his lon. In passing close to a high build. .h.'l. Chattanooga Louisville
Interrogator, but proceeded with his fog I noticed between me and the brick Cincinnati St. Louts Kansas City; Call on 6r write us for estimates. Beat of references given. 8. -Lf
peecb. wall a ragged and dirty faced boy. lIe
Detroit ClevelandChicago Pltt.burg
"How about the.Phlllppaylns?" came carried a smoking torch In his band etc. CONKLIN & SCRUGQS
again, wltb an emphasis Indicating and was running beside the carriage, ,
that the gentleman was not to be Ig. staring. up In my face with a look evl- Clematis Avenue, West Palm Beach, Play

nored. The major's sense ,of humor duatly Intended to wither. When I
came,to his relief. With a perfect Imitation looked he gave a rousing hurrah for Se ,

of the brogue he reply l: "My Warner, and,when I bowed to him he BOND & BOND COMPANY
v frlead. I wilt tell you about tbe Philippaylus. yelled with admirable sarcasm while .

I'll tell you coufldontlally'wbat, till running! : SOuTHERN RAILWAYROUTE (IN CO ltl>>O leA'I En.)
'You'd better borne old'boss, and
+, I'm In favor of doing wltb the [ bllll) go
paylns. I'd trade the Phlllppaylna to pay your tuxes I instead or rldln' around MANUFACTURERS OF
Great Britain for Ireland and then we here lq four: Loss carriages. These
which streets are all'paid tort lIe was read- OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
'' policemen
could ralso our own

was from received tbe palpitating with! a throng roar! of laughter log way me boys a hare.lesson In citizenship. It's a THe Southern's Palm Limited I LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES I

?' An Appreciable Difference.Tbe Ma Was a Democrat,. THe' Washington Richmond and
t' dry as dusts can say what they "Warner relates a similar experienceto Flat Ida. Limited Flooring. Siding and Ceiling, oBrick Lime and Cement.IN .
lie was speaking at a picnic In
plenne but nevertheless and notwithstanding ( me.
humor Is a most valuable adjunct south Missouri. lIe was provoked and THe New York and Florida Express STOCK,-
interrupted several times by an urchin
to oratory whether In the COUI'toroom
In small tree near by who TO THE CAST "
on the stump or on tbe platform. perched a OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1.1992
In crying out In the most of-
[Walter Williams editor, the of brilliant the Columbia and'aceompllshed persIsted enslve manner possible: 'What's the THe CHicago and Florida Special ON F. E. C. RY.,

(IMo.) Herald of America., the model sometimes weekly newspaper resin mntt r. wkh conceived Stone lIe'what all he rl thought IIt1'"Warner THe Florida LimitedTO Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth! *

from his editorial labors by making a a happy Idea of making a point on his THE NORTH, AND WEST.
Illustrate how differently tormentor, and) turning to tbe boy In .
speech. Recently tbe trusts, affect theIr owners he tree he said: LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS "
this anecdote 'Fellow citizens. I don't know, but Jacksonville Cincinnati via '
And tbe consumers, he told Pullman Sleeping Car Line to ,
"Out In Kansas a woman died. : I will 'venture the assertion: that that Asheville through "The Land of the Sly A. T. HOSE, Proprietor. a t

tombstone to i boy's daddy 1st a Democrat-on. Ideal Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
erected a
Her relatives Launches Yachts Sail and Fish Boat Row and
rail .
the Missouri Pemocrat-wlio sits on a Coast DlnghyB, ..
which they placed I connection with the Plant System and Florid, East
ber following memory epitaph, on 'Here lies Mary Vote: chews tobacco, spits and whittles Pullman Sleeping. Cars and Hotel Dining: Car on all throng Built to Order, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out. ; r

baa to Abraham bos- while bis crops make. themselves, trains. Boat Yard at Mangonia.\ j
She gone
'Ann. /
dead everything new"
who Is against
om.' A wag passed that way and: and lets his wife/ do the work. Ak for Tickets vIa Southern Railway C rr ip.nd.noB ,..lIofted.H. 10.18 If P. O. address WEST PALM BEACH, FLA' :
to tbe
!Wrote this addendum "He thought his remarks would settle .
'That's good for Mary Ann but tbe matter; but, to his dismay, theboy
'.. Uevlllsb: tougb on Abraham "' In the tree yelled back: F. CAREY FU. Pew Ajt, 108 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, :Ftu r

-I": A ADV lmnsln story of bow a witness about" 'You've right, got cap the but old he's man a Uepubllean.sized up S. H. HARDWICK."IV'.'H. TAYLOE, Albert Kaulmann The Photographer! '

sometimes gets the better of a lawyer !But ma's all right She's a, Democrat, G.o..f( Passenger Agent A-aI'l Gent! Put. Agent, .O ,

is told 1 by: Colonel D. P. Dyer on trial Carty of and sh 's raisin' me.' The major wilt Vahlogtoo.D. & Atttnla, G*. Studio I ,In. Block, Uptalr. ;
:iW lls. He was engaged 10 the crowd laughed while the
Involving the! validity ed, and J. ".- 15 19OS, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. '
A ease! at St. Charles dressed boy yelled again: 'What's the matter t-e-ct i

'111. tale of homemade* will. An Jeans old was farmer put on the with Stone He's All right CHAMP) "' CLAIIXoC .. --- -...... -. .-. .
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pt.ndMwHn.- : s* Wells .

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;+ SERMON OF REV. S. D. PAINE. "What should be done to the man {the Tampa Herald Change Hands. THE SUNDAY SCllOOL.

King delights to honor." n.__ __ -,--
4 .NAtthnWeataldeVongregahona1Vhuroh
> "Promote him" says Hainan, "let The Tampa Herald, an afternoon pa. LESSON IX, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL \ r;;; ieYi Old

a 1 k '4 Sunday Moraine, .....b., aSd. him ride on one of the Kings: horses, puta per, which has been conducted, for the ; SERIES, MARCH 2. S-Ae or (V alrft.

;N t -- ... --'- crown on his bead and lead hint past five years In that city on a cooperative -- : B

j '" \ Serviced. at the West Palm Beach through the streets of the city amid the basis by J. D. CalhounT.. Moore, Text o* **'e Lcn-on, Act Til, 6-4 to ,

)t. Congregational Church last Sunday. applause of the multitude." I C. A. Prior, J. H. Cutbreath and Ed Till, a-Memo.T Ver.n, BO, OO-GJol
4 Rev. S. D. Paine preached to the largest "Do that to the Jew Mordecia," says Meyers, the first gentleman being the Test, Matt. T, l.-CoroniontaryPrepared '

I ':: 1 congregation: : of the winter. Every seat Xerxes, the Persian monarch; so the editor and the others composing the by Rev O. M. lit........ CAFE:

t in the edifice seeuiod to be occupied lives of the Jewish people were saved, mechanical force, bas been scooped i In [Copyright, 1009, bjr American Prey Annotation.} r V

: ; Ills sermon wua appropriate to the anniversary and Hauiaa hung on his own gallows. by a big syndicate of( Hillaboroug 04, 55. "But he, being full of the Holy jr.

'Y', of the birth of the Illustrious God has interposed many a time in County ofliclals. Ghost, looked up itondfnutly Into Leaven Adjoining Royal Poinciana
," With and boldness, be. Grounds 1
behalf God's The term of the co-operative Concert great power
J founder of this great republic, Wash hlllownJleople. government ,
the North.
ington. The text was in Daniel IV, extends dyer nations. had expired and it bas been evidentfor Ing xfllle spoken the truth and like Peter bad acciiHt'il -
We need not to the Hebrew people, seviral weeks that something was
34th and 35th verses go the council oC: being the murderersof
w q to the Egyptian, Assyrian, Chaldean, about lo happen to the. ,paperP' It hap. : Breakfast Luncheon and |
t Dinne
y ""\iul' at the end of the tiara, I, Neb ,. Jesus Christ They were *o cut to the
t ucharlneznr, lifted up mine eyes unto Roman, or Creek, Look at our own pelted Saturday night. ,/jr I heart that tbay were filled with fury and I
I Nation. God's hand in its discovery The plant Bad goodwill was sV
heaven, and mine understanding returned was paper gnashed their teeth at him How BUKKO.tive at all hours ,
by Columbus; in the Revolutionary bought by a company composed of the was their conduct of the place to
'yl unto me and I blessed the MY>st High, I
war; in the Civil war; the wars with following well known gentlemen of Ttblrh they were journeying, where there
t and I praised and honored Him thatliuAtl :
; forever. when dnnrlnion la aneverlasting other nations. God has a purpose In Tampa: is weeping! and gnashing of 'leeth not First-Class Chef, c f*
\ i ; ; -;; the selection of this Republic, as He didin A. J. Knight, Chairman Of the Board against .others so much as because of + +
,5 dominion, and his klndgomfrom their Matt '' xill 42, CO. Cuisine and
j I the selection of the Hebrew people. of County Commissioners; Frank! M own torment ,( : Service 1,4
/generation to generation. II xxII, 13.)
I What are our safe guards t First, our Sumonton, Solicitor of the Criminal
Babylon, the of the mighty DO. "And said, Behold, I sea the uenv- PRIVATE .'
capital Christian homes. We all know the Court; C. E. Worth, Tax Collector; J. E DINING PARLORS or: :: Orders.R.:give: ..
Chaldean Empire founded the ens opened end the Son of Man standingun '' I
WAS by
of the Board of Public
power of early religious: training. Tloenon.chrlstlan Crane, President
the fight hand of God. Thin la one
I descendents of Noah, over' 3,000 years religions 'understand it. Instruction; D. J. Calvin, County Com of the Heron' ,,,times that ve find the pursue

( before Chriat. It was enlaged and Secondly, the Church of the Living missiouer; T. F. McCall, Harbormaster; la Scripture "heaven opened." The pas-

I beautified by Queen Semira mia, and received God. It is a power with its pulpit miniKtrations G. G. Clough Attorney, and two other sages are Ezek. I I. 1; Matt. Ill, 10; John I, .....................oTht -

Its greatest magnificence under I I every Sunday. Its immense county officials whose nAmeS are te- 61; Act vII, 60; x, 11; Iter. Iv, 11; zlz, : Cheek 1m done pornwerlu Headquarters t for '

t Nebuchadnezzar, who lived about six Sabbath Schools and the great forces of served. The name of G. G. Clough, as 11, and they well repay a careful study, : -e :
hundred years before Christ It was for the Lord Jeans IB always the central J and loo Oiodn :
the masthead.
in trustee appeared at '
young people coming up the Endeav. : '
situated on a fertile plain and the River "All person, and the more we look Into heaven : 10 Per Cent.JOIJVJ : SapadlllosU111 }
from Tampa
Societies and A :
or Leagues and Guilds. dispatch says .
r. Euphrates ran through it, like the the more heavenly we become, and there .! 9!!I ------' lu : CM
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I religious( press. We. don't any of us political faction, practically direction. ., 1
Paris. It had Tau&&rerlnlR
magnificent hanging Riir- realize the tremendous Influence of the control the county official patronage for '
I 67, 58. "Thcu they cried out with a :
lixllun hive
dens, temples, bridges, acqueductsarch .k'F : : It
y press. We talk about our religious or the next three years. They will pur loud voice and stopped their ears and ;3 ..
and statues, and was the most UalngaRaimiii: < 1
demoninational literature chose machinery and prejmls him with accord."" This lathe t :
while the : '' improved IOU upon one i /
.IV, splendid city on the globe. Its ruins !!' accords" varaga.ad. ,.. I. ] u
secular press (is circulating! free of cost to wake a great improvement In the first of the tour "one of thedevil's
cover an area of 200 square! miles. followers in this book of the Acts, : BUM;} .', pUG : Ap
staff be
to us to us, the sermons, the speeches, I Herald. A capable will organ. Iv
'I the others being xii,20; :xvtll V-; xix 29. : /
It was surrounded'by a wall over and the Sunday School lessons every i. ized, and will be recruited from time to The number four suggests the four corners -< lisle '.0;) dm.g" tppeit' WS. iaSSJKTT! CONFECTION Ii

3,000 feet high and So feet broad. week.We. I II time., as necessity arises. of the earth (Itev. vII, 1)), or the :....................: Snell Tradin '
While Be's.hazzar was ting, Cyrus, the 'i need to take an Interest'In civic "The personnel of the staff has not whole earth and reminds us that the
Persian General, took the city by stratagem whole world Beth In the wicked one (I )
government. The man who don't take ,
been announced, but it is reportedthat 4)r
and killed I yet John v, 10, R. V.), and the wicked one
the king, an interest in putting /good mm into each of the purchasers will have an will never cease his hatred of God or of HOTEL- Splendidly ulttmte-, facing LitLin I rilY,

r Nebuchadnezzar: lifted up by pride office, and cares nothing about his own active place thereon. It is reported that the people of God. We are wise when Hotel Royal Poinciana. IJJ'' ,

(1 I and egotism, took credit for all the I I. country, stands a poor chance of having G. G. Clough, a retired newspaper man to we hear stop the our mlichlovons ears as David things did and that refuse evil The PALMS date Enlarged aonvenl-nc Improved and E
magnificence of his empire, and was anything to do with the of
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and from man.
attorney people speak (Ps. :xxxvlll, 12 13)), but to Rates $2$2.50$3Q t
driven from his throne, for four years or purity and righteousness above. aging editor; A. J. Knight, political ed. stop one' ears from hearing the things '

f more be was insane, and when reason Wheu somebody told Napoleon about itor; J. E. Crane business manager; C, of God Is truly the devil's work. Herns- West Palm Beach, Fla N'orspecialweeklyratesaddressrors "The Palms" West. Palm '
returned be acknowledged the true God God, being In the history of nations, the E. Worth. court house reporter; D. J J. lUll the truth they were believing a lie
(II Thess. II, 10 11)), and, believing that
In the words of the text. Corsclan God is
the aide
great replied, on Galvin, correspondent, end T.
Jesus of Nazareth was an Impostor, they . .
I First, God reigns. No athel.ui in the of the strongest battalions. Napoleon K. McCall, marine reporter; while such judged Stephen to be guilty of blasphemy .

world to speak of. The fool hath said marched an army of 600,000 men into journalistic luminaries as lIon Robert and In stoning him thought they

in his heart there is no God, but no mania Russia. He expected to winter at Moscow McNamee, candidate fur Congress; were while obeying they themselves their law were(Lev., before xxiv,God 18)),. The Capital Cafe $$ ,

fool enough to say this in his Intellect but the Russians burned Moscow. Thomas Palmer, candidate for the State the blasphemers and the guilty ones, but L'* '

The existence of God is seen every His winter quarters were destroyed. He Senate, and W. II. Precker, candidatefor they were blinded by tho god of this : Oysters Steaks V '*
where, in every star and every blade of, was forced to retreat. He reached the Legislature, will write the world (II Cot. Iv, 3, 4). This Is our first I

grass. It extends the animal creation, France with 150,000, of his magnificent "heavy leaders" on the main political Introduction to the ;young man named Chops ;Etc.tee.y
Saul unless, as some think, he It the
I to angels, (man. I army topics of the day. same young man who went away front # At All ] "
The-- Providence- of- God- Is- seen in In. : God Is on the side of the right. nel Col. J. D. Calhoun, who was one af Jesus one day sorrowfully because h. Hou\

dMdual life. When Haman obtained takes time; Eternity is God's time. the founders of the Herald, and who ha loved his possessions. Open From O A. M* to 10 P. SI.
BO. "Lord Jesns, receive! my spirit"TIu.
the decree to exterminate the Jewish us so live that we may hear the approv. been its editor since its birth will retire! said Stephen' as they were stoning I: NORMAN C. UPP. I

I? race, he was happy. The Persian monarch al of thereat/ Infinite Father at the last under the new regime; but it la said that him to death for he knew whom be believed Manag

Ii. has an attack insomnia. He can day."Well his descent from the tripod will be intoa and saw Him even' be-fore he went :. Opposite' onBlock, Corner Olive Street and ClemaLU Arena. 1.-6

; not sleep; he calls for the history of his done good and faithful ser softer berth-that of the Secretary of out to be with film When our" Lord . .
Himself was dying He said !i'olber,
kingdom and finds that a Jew by the vant." .. the Tampa Board of Trade.-Jackson. Into Thine hands I commend My spirit." ,
name of Mordecia has saved his life ville Metropolis. And similar words came from David by

from a conspiracy. He enquires what For lo days-your chance to buy n ---.... -..... tho same spirit long before (Luke xxlil. :
has been done for that man. ,"Nothing"Bays Cook Stoves cheap at Hntchett's Hardware 40( ; Ps. xxxl: 6)), for he also could< truly T'-'E' TRA VaLE
EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES, $&oo and soy: "I trusted In Thee, 0 Lord." "My\ t
the prime minister, Hainan. Store e $7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S '* times are In Thy band" (Ps. xxx(, 14,

15TI"...'dying words of Stephen and '- NEW JUI&tldlRM W.-NV. ,_ ---:'- i
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I J e1..r..r.rrr......... n..rr..n..r..m..rr.ny.y- 0I to resurrection the belief the that spirit between is asleep death and and un MRS. N. 'F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla.

I conscious. If any are not fully per- ----- -
suaded concerning the life and bliss of
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, :Maths
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: the believer apart from the body, let .
them read and believe Luke xvi' 22 xxlil. \
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1 One charge." Like his adorable Lord and
: + I [ I Master h. prayed for his murderers

it f Best (Luke' xxlil, ,34)). Our Instructions are
3 "Love your enemies; bless them that Lumber and
curse ;you; do \good to them that hate you, Building
I t. <><> <><><>< MXXXX>OOOO<>O OO<>OO<>OOC>OX>** and pray for them which despItefully ue i
p.j you and persecute you" (Matt. v, 4-1).
And while this Impossible to the natural .. Everything in the Building Line .. "
1 man, if any man be In Christ he Is a "
j new creature, born from above' a templeof Lime Sash Nails I :
It's the Holy Spirit, a mansion In which .
the Father and the Son have' come to cement Doors paintsv Hardware '
There'sCLOTHING dwell (II Cor. v, 17; I Cor. vl, 10, 20; '
f ; John sly, 23)), and 'Christ In us can do Turned Work and Mill '
II I what He did when here on earth la the Orders a Specialty y +
Work of aU 'Kinds .
I. body prepared for Him. It is our privilege
to yield fully to HIm and take as
our motto, "Not: I, but Christ" (Qal. II, GEO. F. PADDISON. Eau Gallie, Fla. J
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Till, 1. "And Saul was consenting unto
his death. Hear his own account of )
t '! -.hat he said to the Lord Jesus long. afteiward rw
t. "And I said Lord, they know TROPICAL
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t There'sSHOE I' them that believed on Thee and
whelk the blood of Thy martyr Stephenwas
eLAVV'S shed I also was standing by and con 'Real Estate
senting unto his death and kept the raiment Exchange
of them that slew him" (Acts xxli,
10, 20)). Before Agrlppa he ,said. "I verily
= thought, with myself that I ought to do
Ig many things contrary to the name of W. I. METCALF Manager.
Jesus ft Nazareth, which thing I also ,

; There's did in JeiUHalem" (Acts Xxvl' 0, 10)). And -. ..
I 3 hen: he went on to tell how not only In -
: Jerusalem, but In other cities,' being exceedingly
One SHIRT wad against the saints, he was Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished.
I MANHATTAN i the means of their Imprisonment, punishment
i Best I and death. Our lesson tells of the
greatness of the persecution In Jerusalem
OO OOOOGOGo oOoooO after the death of Stephen and how nit
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mattered through Judaea and Gamorla. ,
The Lord's command was to "go Into all
J the world and preach the gospel to every Truck-Farming Lands
I'' creature," "To be Ills witnesses unto the ,

1 One PLACE-It's uttermost parts of the earth" (!Mark xvi Pineapple
13; Acts I I. Sir, but up to this time,they
1 I '
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Jerusalem[ and it required a persecution
I : to scatter them that they might obey Ills West Palm Beach Lots

Command. Thus He maketh the wrathof

man to praise Him! and restrains whatlie Vacant and .
1l .ftNTHNY'S I does not see nc to use (us. ixxvi' 1U).
) : j' I 2. "And devout men carried Stephen :
i tl o his burial and made great lamentationover Beautiful :Biver-Front Properties tt

Iv. t him." Well they did not bury on
f Stephen but they burled all that warn
; left of him on the earth, the bouse In Indian River, Lake Worth "p
)* = which he had sojourned. Stephen himself .

{. >' E Palm Beach West Palm Beach MiamiANTHONY'H 3 with was the Lord"absent," but from his the body body was, present asleep, and Bay Biscayne. {

> "(. even as Jeans had said of Lazarus when
& = peaking of hU death "Our friend Lasa- Splendidly Equipped Hotel well 1
: [O. = ear sleepeth" (John xi, 11.14). There .
: :. was no occasion to lament for Stephen, located the J
::: for to him It was a great gain, but It year around f
ARK : seemed that the church could 111 afford to ,
SILENT SALESMIUf'<} : lose such a witness. We still think when and doing a paying business"Write
the faithful witnesses are called home i
hat It Is strange when there seems to bench ,
great need of them her and there .,
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