The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00273
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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When the White Star steamer was Dr. J, Y. Porter, State Health Officer _e----,

''1 1 t the Sun's Men Heard in The seen running In for the pier at Pam] i has prepared for, publication bin report People They Come and do:.::People '
Beach last Monday, the crowd that which gives at length the health condition -
at ., 4r vley Local Whirligig. I Hon. Hudson Dade's You May or May Not Know.
R. Burr Popular Legislator
watched her could offer no, conjecture I in every part of. the State. The .

as to the cause cipher" coming, until a Announces His and Platform. report contains letters written from
4' for of Minor Happtnlngs.. Aeol- boat put off and landed seven ship- Candidacy. very county in Florida by reputable \ Melange. of Personal Items-Visitors I I.

k ants. Coming; Events, and a wrecked sailors, who constituted the I physicians, who detail the diseases prev the City and Citizens Vliltln

Galaxy of Current Gossip. crew of the "B. R. Woodalde." One of lent, U any and the causes assigned Out of the CUr
-- ..* Stands Out in the Open as a People's Man, and Promises a Full and ..
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them, Samuel Wells, of Philadelphia lerefor..

al'q! Brand Clothing-ANTHONY'S Mr was suffering from broken leg and as Fair Consideration of the Producers'. Rights.4 Refers One of the gratifying things in the Mrs. Richard, Croker, wife of the renowned -

(c and Cullen' Pence, two of soon as he landed, was taken to the to His Record at Tallahassee. report is the decrease In smallpox aud Tammany chieftain, Is one of

e U'. st known citizens, were in hospital at the Royal poinciana and Duval County haa practically stamped It the many well known New Yorkers now,

41p'' re sin can trip Tuesday. placed under the cure of Dr. Smith out. the only cases being those which at the Hotel Royal Pojnciana.Mr >> :

who set the broken ankle and pro. To The Democratic Voters of Florida : have entered the city or county from ''n
D. C. Morris local of
4fy? 'r- itNnpi 1 trs. wI"M-tcalf: : ;; are taking nounced the hurt not to be dangerous Infected points.Dr. J. ; manager
flu ., n/tauqua, at Melbourue, on In- In announcing my candidacy in the next Democratic Primary for the office of Porter's report shows that from the tfond Lumber Company at this place, t

Jr.i", for a few days this week. one.The story of the wrecked schooner as Railroad Commissioner. I deem it proper to stats explicitly the policy which I shall. \ June, Igor, to December jist 1901, covering is enjoying a visit from Mr. Frank E. '
pursue, if I shall\ be elected. Bond, of DeLand, president of the Coin-
told by Capt. A. J. Brown aud Samuel a period of seven month, there
carpenters Union of this town 1 am not; an enemy of the railroads of Florida. ,1 recognize in them Importantand of Florida paay.
o'oaits Wells, wan as follows\ : were in the State 4,413 mar. ,
a a membership of over 380 essential agencies in building the prosperity of the State of which I am
; bald i and has a nice of The "B.R.'Voodside,"422 tons burden, up great ringer, 6,357 births aDd 3,086 deaths. Mr. W O. Smith, of Ponderly. AU,
r y sum money to be citizen But I decitiid difference between the railroads,
d loaded< with lumber, left Fernaiulina! last proud a recognize a The yearly record could not be given, as arrived at the Seminole Hotel Wednesday T
r t > treasury Tuesday a week ago, bound for San as agencies of civilization, and theacta. and policIes.of many of the men who control the fire of ,last May destroyed all the night to join his brother ..wBo bus

3COANUTS; for Mailing,.by..Buncb- Juan, puertn' Rico" with a crew ol four them, who have shown a narrow end graspinirpirit in their dealings and who have tapers and books in possession of the been spending: tbe winter here at West +
i by burdening the business of the State with unreasonable and exorbitant rates, unquestionably i
and Sprouted Palms, or any way- men and 1 three officers; Capt. A. J. Board. Palm Beach. ___ ,
retarded in and in of best
the sec
NBM. TRADING COMPANY, West Brown ; First Mate S. Martin; Second growth prosperity ..population, many Accepting, however the record of ij
A'rt Beach. r l-t Mate John Roolh, and Steward Samuel tions of the State. seven months as a basis on which to Amonthe/ visitors to West Palm
_______ Wells. v It is not disputed by any responsible authority that a railroad borrowing as it compute tbe total birth and death rate Beach this past week were Father Power

hop Gray, of tins"diocese, will con- Tuesday the vessel" ran Into a Kale of does from the State the public right to 'own!, i and ,operate public highways., takes for the whole yearit will be found that of New Orleans and Father Sullivan, of' 4

w I t fthej services at the Holy Trinity wind that blew harder and harder until according to the last census of population Tampa. While here they were guests of ly
u t "' ion this I I II II Ii the annual birth and fie Catholic clergy. ('
(Epiacopal) at place Sunday finally Capt. Brown decided to throw of 538,542 t

jjht \next: : at 7:30: o'clock. overboard the deck load of lumber, andIt I desth rate for 1901, per thousand of population Father Kennedy, of St. Anus church '
,N fr. was while engaged in this dangerouswork is 10.06 for the former and 10
essential made visit last to Miami n
Pure water it to !good health a Wednesday
that a piece of timber was caught 4 for the latter These figures, of course
the to perform the of marriage
splendid quality of sterilized 'waterJ ceremony
by a wave and knocked Wellsoverbreak- caD only be approximate.: : The birth
sed in the manufacture of their ice! by between Mr. McKinnon of this town, j
Ing his right ankle. Capt. Brown whit- and death rate for 1900 per :1,000 was
r be Luke Worth Ice* Factory, insures a and Miss McDonnell ,
tled out some splints and bandaged the 17.99 and II.14 respectively.
r? pure product. broken limb as.well ''as he could, and The health conditions of Duval County -
JIit 'l'II\i!\ Mr. and Mrs. Chas E. Hamer return-
b :n hetRrletaprinklettparchasedlryand considering the rough surgery Wells vll were furnished by Dr. F. D. Miller,
: ed last night fiotn their trip to Indiana
for the watt cresting ccmpnrauvolyeas/; T"HH l officer of Jacksonville.! He
Municipality came this wire-, and I Ityjiealth and other points North. They were glad {
t was given a satisfactory test today. It TROPICAL SUN reporter was Informedby stated if6.t...th .conditions, in Duval to get back to; a bearable climate and out
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has been badly needed, and will ,be Dr. Smith that in a day or no he County bad not been as favorable as of the snow, sleet and ice.
a greatly appreciated if sufficiently used. would he sent to the Marine Hospital aticksotiville. (ormerly no doubt caused by the mode ...
r The rest of the crew will # k of living after the fire. The Me aul. W. J. Hoagland, of Ha-

The West Palm Beach Baud failed to go[ to New York. Dr. Miller, in his letter discussed the elton. Pa., and Irving HoaKlaudEsq.of

.'give their regular concert: last Sunday The seas that broke over the \easel water hyacinth, and made the startling New Brunswick, N. J., are here attending 4

evening on account of the Illness of two were very heavy but tbe crew had xt. ; : statement that they were not the dan- : to details of business Incident to the

of the members of the band. The concerts ten from tile ship's stores a barrel of &tI.* r eroug plant they are considered to be. sale of their East Side! property.Mr. t

will! be resumed this Sunday'night. flour, one of beef and also one of canned In speaking of this plant. Dr. !Miller C. W. Binghani; of Cleveland,

Civil Engineer: Geo. O :Butler has goods, with ,a breaker of water, so they said."The Ohio, whose lovely winter home on the i

been taking levels for the use' of the did not suffer for food. .One steamer water hyacinth in Itself is rearded East Side a couple of miles south of

architect in planning the hotel Dr. ''was: sighted last Thursday but she was as beneficial being! a clean plant Palm Beach, is not open this season, is.) a

Muuyon sags he will .erect this Summer nearly hull down! and paid: no attention much relished by cows, bogs/ and poultry guest at the. Hotel Royal Poiuciana during

Oil his Lake front tract, opposite JI/ M. to signals of distress that the "Wood- going to prove that it .3 in no wise his stay here.

Flagler's mansion. .;.. side" was flying bnoxtous. When growing near the ,
4 f- But ou Monday at 10 a. m., 33 degrees shore, it adheres to the mud fiats and Miss Ora Seattle. of Gainesville Fla.,

'" Joseph' Jefferson( through 'that well north, and 76 degrees west, the White grows to enormous size, effectually daughter of Mr. F V. Beagle of this

known agency, the Tropical Real Estate Star liner, El: Cid, from New York, screening the sun, and the root. absorb place arrived here lost Saturday night

? Exchange; W. I. Metcalf, Manager, purchased bound to New Orleans, was sighted and all decaying sod noxious matter purify on a visit to her father. Miss Seagle in

two more splendid business lots promptly replied to the signal of distress log instead of contaminating the atnros.phere. very much pleased! with Went Pulm

on the south bide oi ClemalU. avenue and took oft the almost despairing ." Beach and will most likely make a
and lying one hundred feet east of Pom men. As soon an Capt. Baker of the lengthy visit here.

y' setta street. _______ El Cid learned that one of the "Wood / : r w February Weather Judge John R. Mizell, of Orlando, ,

side's" crew was Injured, he ran into 1r From the Monthly Meteorological lather of Mrs. George Jennings of this
A great many thoughtless people indulge '
of Palm Bunch and landed the shipwrecked summary issued by the U. S. Department place, waihere on a visit to bis daughter ,
in the habit throwing banana "
tien. Capt. Brown of the "WomUlde, of Agriculture, from Jupiter Fla., Judge Mizell is one of the best know
skins on the sidewalks, thus rendering,;
i In the of the treatment
highest -
spoke in Florida in the
some Interesting items as regards the men early day politics }
accidents liable 'o' happen. If thereis
very which had received aud said
they : of the State served United
\ weather for February are gathered.The as
not an oidiuence already against
"I wish to express my thanks, both for maximum temperature was reached States Marshal for some tittle.Mr. .
practice, the City Council should hastento myself, officers and crew to Capt. Baker --
on February 2nd and 23th, 80.; the 10..
and Mrs. Leavitt of
pass one, and see that it Is rigidly and the officers of the El Cid for John Youngstown -
enforced. r% est on the nth, 38 degrees. The mean O, Mrs. Dr. McKinley, of Niles,
__ that have (
____ the kind treatment we received
for this month for the
temperature past 0. and Mrs. of
while board his vessel. Jay Plttsburg
.A fire in the Fresh Water Lake settlement on fifteen years has been 64 degrees. The Pa, all old friends and townspeople of
When Wells was seen at ,the hospital
Tuesday night shortly after dark of precipitation was 4.64 Inches The ye editor in his boyhood days, were via
be was under the care Hospital !
e ,aroused everybody in town, no unusualIs B. Wells who him prevailing direction of the wind was itors here for a few days last week and

such an occurrence here. The house attention Steward J.and saw that, he gave was made every as upon itself. special obligations to the State to conduct its business in such a way as I Ito northwest, and there was one light froston this. They retnrned Wednesday to Day

burned down and the one that ; promote the public welfare. the lath
t that wus tone, stopping en route to take In the '
t was partly burned were owued by the i comfortable is understood as possible.It that at the hotels at Cheap and efficient transportation is an essential to the public welfare, and ---.a Chautauqua of the Tropics, at Mel- '

' .t ... widow of L. N",Wade:, the colored merchant has hs; public is justified in demanding, not as a favor but as an Indefeasible right that Ladles Shoot.At bourne. I.
; Palm Beach a sum of about $500
recently deceased. TJie loss on the railroads shall furnish transportation for freight and passengers as good in quality n'
been raised and will be distributed the grounds of the Florida Gun Ex-Gov.: : F. P. Fleming and wife of '
the two buildings was about $.o. and as cheap in price as it is possible consistent with the protection of the rlahteof
among the shipwrecked men. Before Club, last Wednesday for the first time Jacksonville, Miss Stephens of Massachusetts .
the owners of the property thus used in the public service.
l I Services at the Congregational the crew' finally quitted the schooner The railroad business is monopolistic in its every essence, for the individualwho In the history of trap shooting ladies and Col. H. II. Buckman of
Beach she' fired, so that she would not took part in a contest live birds, 26 Jacksonville composed of inter. !
Church, West Palm at li a in and was uses it has generally no choice but to accept the service tendered at the pries ; a party .
1 m. Preaching by the Rev. S. D. become derilict, as have many lumber yards rise ten birds. The prize was a ested slght'l..r.. at Palm Beach Tuesday
r t 730 p-. which the carrier sees fit to ask or else! to go put of business. Railroad managersare )
+' Paine. !Morning subject "The Permanence laden vessels that have been abandoned. tremendous handsome cup offered by Mr. G. T. afternoon of thin week. After taking lit y' (
is they too often abuse the power
v A but human, and i it natural that I Ids
I .-- Slandy of New York, and the successful all\ the scenic beauties il
of Moral Influences. At night a -- -- railroad possible during
thus place l in their hands to extoot in the .well known phrase of a great
I sermon to ,young: people, subject (
;bon, the Hebrew Hercules" Christian' Tbe completion of the rivers and harbors a bare living and taking for themselves the lion's share of the profit of the score of five birds. There were twelve Invited guests at the musicale given by .'

i.. Endeavor at 6:30: p. m.Sunday School bill and Its publication shows that industry: of the community. It was to meet this situation that the Railroad Commis- coutestants-all ladies Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Flagler at their
service and --. ----- mansion, that night. Their visit here
at to- a. m. Song prayer t
the bill is $60 sions have been established.The .
the carried by ,-
meeting Wednesday at 7rs: p. m. All 700,000 aggregate, of which 35,700,00 Is (In continuing people of Florida have had the services of a Railroad Commission for H. E. Church" Services. was greatly enjoyed by the entire party. t.i

! ',are cordially Invited. contracts, and 1i 24,000,000 in cash. nearly five'years. I would not belittle what has already been accomplished, but we The following is the order of services Among the visitors last week to Palm "

The Rossller Fish Company has The following are ttu appropriationsmade all know that many of the worst evIls\ remain untouched. in the Methodist Church to which a Beach were, Mr. Ned Palfrey and his tJ"

.' changed,' hands and will hereafter b. for Florida Today the producers of Florida are paying. rates disproportloned to the service cordial Invitation is given to strangers : charming wife. Mr. Palfrey who Is a :4 t" I

4 known as the "Indian River and LkkeWOrtb'Pish Key West, improving entrance to harbor rendered by.the railroads. Sunday School at 9:43: a. m. Preaching veteran ,of the Spanish War, is the ,, '

'.*( Coinpauy." The officers of $100,000:; ; dredge for river and harbor Today the lion's,. share of the product of our toil goes into the coffers of these at tl a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Epworth southern representative of the great

the new concern are A. M. Sample ; improvements in Florida, '35.000; great corporations. League Devotional Meeting at distilling firm of John Dewan & Sous f' r i"

president; R: R. Glad win, secretary andy Hillsboro bay, $t5oooo. Apalachicola' Today our produce must compete in the markets ..with the produce of other Rev C. Fred Blackburn 3 Pastor p. m. of London England; and took advantage I !l''f" :

treasurer directors-A. M. Sample J. bay $40,000; Feua.ola. {310,000; St10bn' sections which enjoy through the action of their Railroad Commissioners, or through ,' -. of his business trip to bring .t { t.:
W. iter, R. R. Gladwln D. H Sam, river, 350,000, and continuing the more enlightened spirit of tha managers of their railroads, rates much lower than White Olrl Wanted. his wife to enjoy the delightful winter ;.,, ,: ;
fr Ro"j
D. P. Sample. The new companyexpects contract, $950,000; Si. John's at Orange oura. ... weather of South Florida. Both express 't", .: I
pie ana to handle a large share of the Mills Flats, 30.000; tor the removal of Our commission has performed great service in collecting: claim and in like A white girl or woman who |is industrious themselves as beinjr chArmed beyond .r

:,1l' business: : of West Palm Beach The com water hyacinths, {50,000; Caloosabatchier matters ; but these things could have been done, at the cost of some money and and fond of children! cam secure a measure with the reception- which" ft'' ra ,

t .. also have large Interests at Titus- Orange, Crystal Manatee, Anclote inconvenience: to the individual through the courts. But we have not gotten the good place. in a small family. Address they met here. i a,I

'. '. t 1 pan Sebastian Ft. Pierce, Ankona Suwannee and Withlacoochee riven and relief we had a right: to expect In the exercise ot the greatest prerogative of.the "B. M.' care of this paper or call at EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES. $6.00 and "ft j ;: M$7.oofinest
'silica this office for Information. made-at ANTHONY'S -
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l .' '; r CURRENT COMMENT One la It cannot afford, br any pretext PROFESSIONAL CARDS I iJ, ,

to i Ignore ,the commands of the M E.
'' } 1 GRUHfER Jrt..tRAR\ ,
f'I Democratic platform, as adopted by the '" ( ,.
What Our Brothers of the Tripod State Convention In Jacksonville, on the U. o. UUH.LIMOWOUTU' otic). a.(!1JIIRlJI.OIIlLLING 11-. ]l I a

question of holding a primary. \ .
Pencil Shears and Paste-Pat
The other thing Is that they cannot ,
afford to lose the confidence of the great AND COUNSELLORS, ;
Have To On Some
common people of this State. FURNI
\ '; Timely Topics There is a feeling, and one that la well West I'nlnv Beach, 1 10. '
I.:. r rt defined, and well justified by pnstevents isr-ai J .
r that the people are not to receive a fair All' KInds>f Boat Goods.. U

.t \ 1 : :t Wouldn't It Ba Interesting deal If the politicians can, undisturbed, I.,BUSTOALF, ,
I have their way in. the matter of tbeprimary. W. Bicycles and DIc>ola 'Iltldrl.., it.....Tinware( Doom,Bach a;" '
j 1 I. The State Railroad Commission has : .'' '
'I I" ordered the transportation companies That feeling will grow stronger and ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. N All Kinds or,1?Fishing] Tackle and SportingUaiolile dojl .

V '\' to furnish a list of \passes aud to whom more certain among the people If by NOTARY PUBLIC. Stove*. Blue Flame Keronne: Oil 8to... 1 issued over their lines. Now let tbe any hocus pocus, they are deprived of Will practice Ooual.Slat.aod Federal Gliniware,Lamp and lantern, Harrison iirn,' Ready Mix
Commission go a step farther and publish the primaries guaranteed them by the' Couri '\i .,.. ,..Mail Orders Given Prompt ;ltt", ...LIan. '

the list.HU Democratic platform. LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.: ,
committee should take the ----r J
r, ?" The State QIQceln Tuoricii SURtflook.wait .

;g ''. Friends Have Their Eyes Open. early people day into inform its confidence the State what, and it at proposes an Palm Boach, Dude County, Ilorlcla YYYvYvmvYYvmvnmmYyYYv.m..nYYYYYV Manilla Ho Mr

,, Attorney-Ge eral W. B. Lamar is to do in regard to a State primary.

,k fit doing excellent campaign work in -Orlando Recu d. H.D.. SAUNDI2H3, Jr.., A cull Line
aP 1 Lie race for Congress in the Third
V ayl ,' Florida district lie is one of the ATTORNEY AT LAW MRS. TIFFANY SPROUL,
best known citizens in Middle Flor Bro. Tom Speak For Bin Owneri. (
ida and has been In public life for a Bro. Appleyard of the Lake City Corner Olive and Datura Streets, Mg&a Clean Rooms S W

1! 'k' number of years, and his official Index seems to be still\ protesting ta.6.rVEST: PALM BEACH FfcORIDAA ,
? acts make him a splendid record to against holding a primary under the instructions '
run on.-Metropolis. of the last State convention. KM JsksfSSSSOmSI And Good ;,,
A J. !
Mr. Lamar had best keep his eye on He wants another convention called JLKW1S I'
\ ; the railroad combine. The Seaboard with this special point in view, and with AT10KNEY-AT-LAW Wholesome Food.
has not forgiven him for winning that power to act upon it. If it should so
'I' t tax suit, and it never will. Look a happen that the State Executive Committee and NOTARY PUBLIC..

?ire t "leetle out," Billy I Sanford Chronicle. should attempt to do anything of Ac.nt of the U. S. Fidelity A Guaranty Co.,of I Spring and Summer Goods Rates 5.00 Per Week l
; the sort the Democratic voters of the Baltimore, Md. .
I. Table $4.50 Per j
bold first claas
State would proceed to a OfflVa at corner of Clemati.AveneoundNan. Board
j', :: :, Everybody Know It Down Here.) political funeral at which the aforesaid etasustttrat.over.. titroum'H: .core, r*kt9oa Recently Secured In New York ''W". >
W cut Vajui ileuuh.TT
and all
i':,\ \ Some of our patrons seem to think committee aiding and abetting politicians them would suspectedof fur. Near Corner Polnsettu. and] "!

that this paper is owned by its editor wish the corpses. The mourners would 1.. Street _ _
',( : Such ia not the case. This andy mtANNINO..,
: paper
G be dispensed with.-Tampa Herald. .
1'11/ \ its plaut are owned by an incorporated We Invite WEST PALM BEACH
\ Ladies ,
to Call
I company known as The Jasper Printing Attorney aad Couimellor-nt-Law, 12.tl
(( Company and its editor is simply an employee A Tip To Re-organizers.
\,(, of the company. And this Is the (OIIIco over Bank,)
\. reason why the editor, as manager is Toledo, 0., Feb. 34.-W. J. Bryanwas and Examine' our
1 'J iu, more strict about money matters than in the city today while enroute to 3.16 igaa WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. West D1MICKVo\ '
;. when the newspaper was his individual Columbus to consult with Ohio dem. Lately Purchased Stock t

,. I"" p property.-Jasper News ocratic leaders tomorrow. When askedto H. ANNO, Palm I
'/d v' .0 1 Gewbiz I Haven't the people of Jag give his views upon the Manhattan 'V.
f Club meeting last night he replied:
"iI t 1 per found that out yet?-Lake City Citi- "The Manhattan Club will have to Remember We Leaders in 1 Beac
I r"; en-Reporter. support the democratic ticket at least I OfficeProntRoom, Uatohett Building. Are. D, : are our Line. ,'

once before it will take an active part III Miami.. .,Florida. 4-18-190
) shaping the policy of the party. In the ra
1, Not The Kind Wanted.
,h'; ", campaign of 1896 the Manhattan Club A. WOJ( .IOY.: CO.t
l ,11/1" A correspondent of Guy Metcalfs Tabasco marched with a band to the republican GEO. -< t
:, :, sauce TROPICAL SUN nominates headquarters as evidence of its sympathy ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 'S1
Judge W. B. Young, of Duval, for any with that party In that, campaign" AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.EVERGLADE ," v
vacancy that may be made on tbe Su. When asked what he thought of Henry General practice In State and federal Court
,, o. M J." preme Court bench. The communication Watterson's opinion: that the question teoUon.All business entrusted wilt receive prompt|atUfflco -DRALERS IN

r ,., in question is,, in part, as follows: of dealing with trusts would be the I Brown Building, Ave. D and 18th
) As we are to have a primary to principal plank in the next national' Strixtt.
nominate a Justice of the Supreme democratic platform, Mr. Bryan said: MIAMI FLORIDA Drugs Toilet II

{ Court, will you permit me to suggest "It will be Impossible to write a platform PRODUCE CO:
i 1 "t' ,' through your paper, the name until issues develop, but It oughtnot ATKINSON':: Fine
I '1 r 'v of Judge W. B. Young, of Duval to be a matter of doubt that democratic 1:1F. Stationery a
h County, to fill the vacancy. As principles will be applied to all

;. Judge of this circuit, Judge Young the issues, and that the planks will not ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Headquarters for. Druggist Sun
t was noted for the promptness and be written by those whose loyalty to the NOTARY PUBLIC. E;

I, rapidity with which he dispatched party is under suspicion." ..MIAMI, FLA.IMttlT Prescript ions Carefully'Co '
i'I ,, ; the bnalntaa of the court. The fact .
that the Court with 'but Live Dressed East Coast Business Soli.. i4''
Supreme Good For Mayor Lynch. an4 Poultry
few exceptions, sustained and af E.ANDREWS. WEST PALM UKACH.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AA.
; ". t firmed all his decisions is evidence Gainesville Sun has this to say of an JAMES !
; that he administered justice efficiently. Interesting incident which ,occurred at A TTORNEY.A -LAW,I Country'' Produce .J.s

the meeting of County Superintendents NOTARY PUBLIC, I .
As to Judge Young's ability there can of schools, held at Green Cove Springs
f ?, + be little doubt. He is an able mail aDd last week. Fromtcutlng Attorney of Brevard Co. Fresh Country Eggs

,I j a competent lawyer, Just, honest, and Prof. McBeath was on the program FT. PIESCH AND TITUSVII.I.S, FLA. C. G. von SCHOELEWatchmaker i
with the courage of his opinions. Nevertheless for a paper upon the question of a State .I
,we think extremely, doubtfulif grading committee, It wan while speaking .r ..a8-lyr
the Duval County jurist ever sits in on this question that Prof. McBeath Grapefruit and Oranges.
the Supreme Court of Florida.-Tallahassee la said to have charged that ,there had Q.EO. 21. IIOJ5U1NS, f .
Capital. not been an honest teach .' examina L and Jeweler
tion held in Florida, And referred in Attorney and Counaelor-at-Lcuu. "*. ", v ',.. 'I.4.. ..
; i "'j//>
rather 1 "
a damaging manner to the superintendents
i. 4 ? Combining All The Railroads. of public Institutions.He Wilt practice In State and Federal Court, ARTISTIC

f Since so many of the great railroads wanted a board of ten appointedby TITUSVILLE WT AJ22iyr FRESH VEGETABLES __.S. ENGRAVER on. ..
r > have been combined the State II-8tf
under a few large Superintendents, and stated ,
f :,' companies, there seems to be no good that if this was done all examinations WOOD or METAL

i; reason why these companies should not would be honest.Superintendent. D. EATON" M. D. .
\ in turn be brought together under a single Lynch, of Orlando L. PARLORIn
,, ownership and management. It Followed Prof. McBeath and scored the HOMfEOPATHIST.WEST .---------- ---------------- ZAPH BLOCK(
i would be a gigantic corporation but is Jacksonville educator for his insinua
by no means impossible, says the Denver lions lie claimed that even if the committee PALM BEACH FLORIDA CRAYONS. 'a WATER COLORS. Next door South ofSEMINOLE
I Republican. of ten were to be appointed there i no.hlnnoe oppnxlttt MetlioillHt Church.. Office a HOTEL
,. If all the railroads in ,the Union were would be an opportunity for the same 'I Clem a tin Avenuo next to Mtuioiilu Temple. Entrance
i united under trouble to which Prof. Office hour B to It a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m. :
one McBeath !
there would has '
: company Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. > WEST PALM BEACH;: FLA,
remain but a step to reach national referred. Special Attention Given to DlHtifUMMi of $ RieHHRD E. RESLER
ownership and control. It is very prob There were others to follow In the dissuasion WOOlen and Children. Experienced workman. Cleaning<< and
able that national ownership will some and It was finally decided by a Impairing skillfully dona. B10tfTTVTTTTTTTVTTTTTrrTTyTTTT, ,. "
day be reached, and there Is no ques vote to denounce the paper of Prof ,
r t tion that the transportation interests of McBeath, and to refuse its publication iT V. HOOD, It!. D. Photographer. a
t 5 t :'" :?, the country would be well served in In the minutes of the meeting -Orlando 11., I
that way. Record. CLEMATIS AVENUE "
t\ It Is not a much more difficult under i
i taking than the management of tbe Ortloo over Btrohra's store, WEST PALM Opposite Masonic Temple. Wheel Chair Livery 'Y' 11
-l The ;
.. postoffice. The collection, transportation Hypocrite' Cry. J1KAC1I.; Residence near Royal Polo :,

-1 'I, and distribution ol the mails it as The "almighty dollar'' rules the rlana Hotel. PALM BEACH. liT i West Palm Beach .
big an industrial undertaking as any world aud morality or 'no morality Fla. : I
II -," other known to this thousands of New Wheels '
country, and it U people are going: to vote for
,1 ? managed successfully. the Dispensary because it will fill our |. II. POTTER,; M. D., --------------------

:I/7: /. It requires the employment of a vast County treasurene-t, and thus reduce Polite Attendants '
? army of clerks and other emoloyes, but taxation. What does the average man 8-28-93 WEST!; PALM BEACH PI-A, ., ','
the whole force works In care if It does raise ''n.
harmony. a big political :
Prompt Servico "
,' What is done with letters and papera machine ? The question is whether it ,
r and the large amount of merchandise will save him dollars and cents. C P. I'LATTS M. D. Happy J-lorne. I ; i ',
i transported the Of what Is .
through postoffice could use there to try to scare the
I r be done with the freight business of the State by telling us what a horrible po- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Tolegrama 'I'J. ;..... ,/k. '
,. railroads.-Orlando litical the Wheelmen furnished who .. .
; %, Record. system Dispensary will dellyerod'aJl are familiar : f
hours at tho day If .,,
I' I create? We have nothing further to and you use > I
( nlffht l
.F fear. We have seen the worst. How f----------- with all points of Interest on both x
i "r Why The Corporations Hate Bien.I can it be possible for there to be more la.2p-190 PORT PiBRCB Fla. i ,

I;:,,' 4 .' Referring to United States Senator corruption in politics of the State than (t I 1\NO e. sides of Lake Worth. ,:
/ "J Mallory Pensacola News : there is now? And our sainted friends y
+ .' ,' Mallory enjoys the peculiar distinction who are telling us to beware of the rim
:. '+ "' 1 of never having accepted a favor from future are responsible for it. They tell i PRINT
4' q -. a railroad, always purchasing first class us the State will be ruined Well, what HOLLAND DOCK PHONE l.. i JONES& SPEED Prop's.
1 \ ; ; tickets whenever he travels." Of how is it to them What do they care about WEST PALM BBACH.: ,
.( many other memoers of the United States the State? They have shown by their 'i -----1
"- Senate or House of Representatives oast action that they are moved by T. DANIEL West Palm Beach Florida.
t' +., : could this statement truthfully be made. selfish motives. What did they ,care L. ,' vy'e' have just received a big lot. Buying ,

'" -Gainesville Sun. about our great Slate during the last DEMTI8T. in such large"quantities enables us to
In ,conversation with The legislature? Florida's great daily that .. ,v get
I ,. I several month Senator Chronicle now pretends to carry the honor of the COCOA INDfAir tUVBB. FLOttlUA.t-lB-88 the lowest prices, and to secure cheaper

j ''oj \ that ne\er since ago his entry Mallory into public said btate on Its broad shoulders, nat dumb freights, and places us in a position to 13 Order filled for Choice Indian

t; life had be accepted passes or transpor as a graveyard when abe was being disgraced GUY I. METCALF ,; give our patrons ROOK BOTTOM River
,4'. ; tation from any railroad or other trans as no before, by the passageof PRICES Oranges.

,. ". portation company; that the people put was that that notorious divorce law. Where NOTARY,PUBLIC ; If you once use it ;you will bave no otter Come in and it-rlIf
i him in office, paid a fair paper's voice then ? Did we < A ": get {familiar with our
I 'Ir- S:' for his services and were entitled remuneration to his hear its ringing through the hills then For the Staff of Florida at Lar", PAINT DEPARTMENT.

i! Ii, ". best efforts without string tied to them wounding!! honor? Dada, Mortgair, L"a.... and ContractsDTK W. P. HATCHETT New Idea in Trunks.
f" And what difference
a in
i So long as he remained In the a year's ) f tell.
.' of the he employ timel! Now it's quoting from the Coa.ysnringaaueeinit7. *. JEPPERSON BLOCK
;. without people accepting proposed favors to from pay any bisway Christian Advocate trying tbe morality All Office Work Uunninttea In fHOp'cit.seal lock ell', Hardware

i 10 source that might conflict with his duty argument. Why did it not agree along WMt Paint BoKuh. Urnilx Ouuotr, Florida. a 1
) .' the line of
.. to his constituents. I* there a man in morality last year? Why oo-

,. same public thing ljfe in Sanford Florida that Chronicle.can say the' did paper it not last quote tear?some No.from those this arguments Christian 'VALLACI: Il. MOSES <
i ,. won't hold: yoU taught ua laut, ,v.srto J. fflCGIHLEY & CO.
I throw morality to the- winds.--- --- Your--- Successor to A. W. Robert, ?'

Will It Be A Primary crowds last year educed a legislature, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE"., .'

1; \ The common people of the State are set examples of political corruption nnequnled Agent for Wmit Palm Bearh. Town Lot.'also m I
beginning to wonder ..t the delay in anywhere, and the people will Wiwt Palm H"n<'b Wntor Work '- 0' .. Strictly First-Class ..
J holding the meeting of the Democratict refuse to change politics every time I I.: ;NOTARY PUBLIC. j'S
ClemitttH Avenue' ntmr OIl..Str..t. J11J11WOI
suits -
t L ; ; State Executive: Committee. your convenience. If there is : ( Want PsimBesnb.Blorlds., House-Furnishings '
They realize that there is much to Ho money for the people in the dispensary, a. r "' aTAUMM
in the coming campaign, and if it will reduce the taxes of the peopleof '. ,
offi- D. JHIOWN :
many ,
} To them there is DO Ibis State what have they to do with T Draperies Window Shades
1 s s' reason why the executive com. with your political pretended morality, what to do ; ARCHITECT AND BUILDER/ } ....
debauchery? YOUI'crowd
mlttee should not
t l t t early day and call tbe get primaries together for at the In taught It; the people are not, to blame. Plan and ipeclflcatlona prepared. Wall Papers, I"
Von have Jobbing work rhea prompt attention at
A State nominations and for sown to the wind you may '"
,. 3 ,' tion of United States Senator. nomina reap the whirlwind.-Madison Recorder hop oa Datura 8tret. "- Wickers Japaneseand The Stallman Dresser Trunk f

t' It is being snspected that the lack of ."Pr".;. a new idea In traaki. It U a ,\
information on the subject and the O. J1UTI.KU. portabl.dresJnW saw.wtllt d'.ra. laet..d
# ,' maintained as to the delay is for secrecy Trained Nurses. GEORGE Enamel Goods ....1I'.r: ;button a pier.and fur the everything bottom.I.from... a hat IG 01 a 4 i
It L the purpose of fixing up the fences of CIVIL ENGINEER the top Cueta.o more than sever.tbl. .. ...
Can be a.box trunks '. 'L
I t f some favorite combination obtained by telegram or postal( AND < "U'I Freight Prepaid Anywhere. Dade Thp.dll....0 with 1 1'1..11"11" to .....111.. U .. ;
v. There are two things that the Democratic addressed to Church Home aud Ho plt. DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR County& ; .l11p For Uhl.tn'e aitaioguFa .

;' party of the State of Florida cannot al, Orlando, Florida. Term, $15 per FOR DADE COUNTY. A. STALLMAN
afford to do. week.: Liicrft Agent tar the Land Department of the Jefferson Block WEST PALM ,,:
a a aitf r. !C.C. H.. POMPANO-t'LA, ...1.1.... i-n.it BEACH 88.west Spring stmt, ,
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I BERMO !IOT R. D. Pr1INE Mr. Pritchard did 'not concur with KRIPPENDORP'S LADIES' SHOESat 0 o..o..o..o..o..o..o..oko..o..o..oo..o..o..o..o..o..o..o..o":tEast Coast Restaurant
,.. McComas and Beverldge, as to Inflict.I ANTHONY BROS s s I '1

AethlyestSl nnxreg.aU nnal Ing puulslitneutou McLaurin and s.sdj3y !I

.. Sunday.}iy mliiK, March ad.u ed that be bad already been sufficleuM'' HOUSE for sale In'monthly installments gi I and Cafe

.. of $35.00 Also, for RENT, furnished HOTEL SEMI OLE? SEMINOLE HOTEL BUILDING i,
punished. JB
ery' L f ,Ill,I l for mouth lor six West Palm Beach I a ay )
}Y cottage $35 00 a florjda '
? !1'Jie CoMg Bjfgtlonal Church wns crowd- The roll w"ia called on the adoptiJ OP' | | cents
located 35
Both centrally
months Meals
or mote. Regular
the of the committee
eAjast Surijt yty night, many extra ebalrs report majority on

betog$ BSei ''IfTlie text was taken from privileges'and elections.' Senators Dev- P. O. box 441. It 2 I. Oysters, Steaks Chop, Etc. s
R Judfeea AulV"d 7ih verse: eridge, Clarke (Wyoming) Deboc, Dietrich FlSIt AND OY3TEU3. All kinds of fish, It '. To Order .

V)4Lord said unto Gideonby tha Fouler (Washington) Klltridge, also fresh Indian River Overlooking beautiful Lake Worth, facing the Hotel xV .; ) '
three butfdred men that >n>ed will I Mallard, PrltcliarJ, Proctor and Scott oysters very PRIVATE PINIJSo..nOOMS. .
save you and deliver the NaoMites into day. Shad, shrimp crawfish and clam R yal Poinciana. ; a first; (tclalls, homelike hotel. NearV a
voted "no" on the resolution. It was o Open from 6 A. M. to Midnight
thine hands." .. In season. FBBU DutrvERY, FBONS ; *
A Carried. all points of interest to tourists. Our specialty i* ex-
,. lllutory In all ages has t immortalized 'I'9tf. Wm. R. Hraly7 0 Drinks Served from Zapf'aBarS.H.RICHMOND
r its heroes. Greece never tilled of telling'the McLnurln, of Mississippi, asked tobe $ cellence of table! service clean cookingcourteous treato o I2-a.am
at'I I e"cusedfromlollnll: on account' of kin. Homes at (700, $Soo $rooo, $[,ZOO, It
story ol the immortal three meet of House furnished and under a anew i''
guests. newly ,
slip wilh.McI.aurin of South Carolina Agent
|l,3oo, Ji,6oo. $t,750, $::1,000, iff ,
hundred at the Pass where brave Leon- f,80o.
g The latter declined to vote. Tillmnn '::1,200, (2,300 |::1,500, : '3,000, management Experienced white help only will be
,.' lion held at hay milllona of Xerxes' .1 and upwards Call on the Tropical g .
0 Grant Land
t a also declined to vote, saying': "That Perrine Company
'r b army; Switzerland, of Tell; England, cf for of. Real Estate: Exchange and make your 2" employed 'jn all departments.. Boat .of fishing and jtV
among gentlemen an apology advanced.
rat a the 660 men who rode through the vttl- Investment before prices UK A I.. ESTATE
t 3d fetjBcs committed in the heat of bloodwas boating, and good hunting. Rates $2 to $3 per day. gg
ley of death at Balaklavi; America, ofT l-4-jm CUTLER FLORIDA.
( sufficient. Show Cases and Counters ForSaleEight 5
the brave who the blue and
re men wore ,
Mr. Kean, of New Jersey, having voted .
1 the gray. in' the affirmative, said that in view of show cases, two, four and six | J. O. / UMMERS | '
Our attention Is called to the
300 men tbe remark of Mr. Tiiloiaii be would feet respectively, and three mahogony O 0 Brelsford Bros .

Gideon's army, who were-just as change his vote. I counters, all in good: condition for sale PROPRIETOR 3V

>rave, just as dashing, as the soldlerx of result announced Mr. Addieas "D care TROPICAL 0 Insurance
1// When the was cheap. Real Estate and
"' Leouldas or the Light Cavalry of diet O l-wtf 2l ;
Burrows demanded that Mr. Tillniau'swords SON ko7sohSO7to7solsOh50hsohsohgolaohao7so
Crimea. l O) 0 IOOilO10MOMO40MOMO10MO :
be tale en down. When the words I PALM BEACH, FLA.
d Let look at the situation. '
us were read Mr. Tillmaa said that he did New 4-Room House C eap. V

When Gideon lived, over 3,000 years not Intend that his words be offensive PRANKtYN SHEHN, Civil BnglneeriiiK and Surveying y. R. HICHTOWER Notary Public. Cottages to Rent i
eA the' Israelites were oppressed by Eight Hundred Dollars will\ boy a
and If he would withdraw
they were Locating: and Kntlmntlng Tlhiber (both Pin
Alhe MHianiles. They were the Bedouins new,4-room cottage, neatly painted and Poitofilctt Bulldlnif North of
X>f- the desert. Gideon was threshing them well located A bargain property; will und and Vegetable Cyprem), Land Selecting a Specialty and Grading Orange Sheen h & Hightoweriniwttted h 8-1-1901 PoInolKOK Hotel.
said PresidentPro
"Without objection, pay 18 per cent on cost, In rentals. Callat ,
iv wheat to bide, from the maurauders My profeulon. h.. carried! me over all parts
W. I,
will with Real Estate ,
Tern Frye, "they be Tropical Exchange i
u\ when the angel of God Sumnionsed him Metcalf, Manager. 8.Q.tf. of the southern penlnmila .f Florida, and by T>17 A T T?CT*'A''P I?
tf(rf Uo be the leader of the Israelites against drawn. ptrnonnl observation, I find great opportunities s lv.lviLlOlVliv!
"I object," said Mr Dietrich, republican WillfBe Bold at a Sacrifice. Tor profitable Investment Iu Timber, Orange JMOaVVV Mal Oes
;A e ML'liaaitea. of Nebraska, but in the'confusion ind Vegetable Lands,especially In the wild and ; -
1 He raised the banner of war, called land part"*,where the land I la moatly owned Lands for Bale In all parts of i ,
he not beard. acres of A No. I pineapple ia .
evidently was The of this fruit ,
124 who have hid the very
by large corporation never Florida
rise. Southern Improved am
P .. on the clans to Thirty-t o
I ;, usand lIe that Mr. Boar presented an additions near Lantana, will\ be sold at a and gradedatcordingtoquatlty.butillpriced unlm d. limited, and the demand pressing. k!
-men responded saw prove
k rule looking to the prevention of aucl sacrifice. Twenty acres cleared; small, the .ma. Write for particulars. Orders are now corning In for summer r

could not rely on that army. lIe occurrences In the future, which was comfortable house on the land; Lat Box 804, west Palm Bench, Florida PALM BEACH and LAIC E delivery. I can book

'k.old> 1 all who were timid to fall out. referred. frontage. Owned by a non-resident wbo WORTH properties, including

'wentylwothouskndmenfell out. lIed The conference report on the consul is unable to give it attention. For spot some of tbe nicest water-front Town property.We Only, Cash. Orders. .

[undred ten thousand and thirty left thousand to meet l over of one.be bill was then taken up. Thee Senat cash this property will be sacrificed to carry a large list of the most desirable cottages in town, foi to be sent by express ia the order .1y'

agreed to the conference report on the the first comer. Address or call on tbe ale furnished and unfurnished. received. Price 25 cents each, :$2 1.a
y. He further reduced his arm consuls bill.Senator'Tillnian. Tropical Real Estate Exchange, W. 1 I. dozen. Money promptly returned -

'm'Me hundred men. was asked if be would Metcalf, Manager if orders exceed supply. 1
these men to take a pitcbet, and Business Blocks of
have anything more to say regardingthe Residences Cuttings Mulgoba Mango
t in It, and at a given signal
re action of the Senate. OHIO COTTAGE, wood for grafting by a new and safer
6 fnn1':i he pitchers lIIod utter the wa known method
I' He replied "No. I'm done, only practical ,
a. nit t n he sword of the Lord and of The Ohio Is tbe nom and Lands ii
1 Cottage Orange Pineapple Vegetable: furnished at 30 cents each, by mail
'n of a first class boarding house conducted r

t r nemy were taken by surprise Dispensary. .. Question. by Mrs. Nina Crosgrove and Quantities. suit .Purchaser.1 or express.ELBRIDGE GALE! '

bt know the strength of tbe laralA Miss MlnnieGlbsoo, corner of Pole .
and beat a retreat. Hon J. C. B. Koonce, the conscien eetta and Fern Streets Boarding Call and examine our list. Mangonla* .r
e (The lessons we learn. tious and capable member of the legislature can,, be had by the week or meal,
fiom Sumter County, who is also JEFFERSON BUILDING, West 'Palm.Beach, Fla,
/ God human in
First works through at reasonable rates. .
1r-x\ t/ VOSS HOUSE
/ i'rumentality in carrying on His plan: tbe able editor of the Sumteryille Times, ,

VV 4 k this world. Sometimes God has use has an excellent article in bis last week'i. Seaboard Air'' Line Railway The most reasonable HoardingHouse ct

V LBniiraculous agency, like at the Deluge, paper in favor of the dispensary system, lg S0 ygEJOTS 3KMara af3v3E in 'West Palm Heaclta

y Emancipation of the Israelites; bu which he advocated in the last, sessiot Operates the only bigb-olasi n
and P5r8 Yue:
',/V human of the legislature. In connection will daily train between tit. Augustine 1 Desutirnllueationforhotel or realBargain In Improved biialneiia ,' Lodging' ; Week ?

x ally never does agency.for man what mat his editorial, be publishes an address Jacksonville and 'New York. Observation H dunce in : .:,e'::: un slap: le. property. In \ilatu4 Will pay Can .to:be EvornlaSreetJustEaatofTlckebOne( ,. {t

to the people of Florida, signed by forty Compartment, Drawing jTul'A''lBo'e'et! Tnl'propSrtrVli percent on Investment. MltS E. C. Voss Prop
do for himself. He gave David tin naur the lloyal Fxliu' llntul, 14O (eat had at a bargain If cold In the
y. of the Temple, but Solomon, had tc two members: of the legislature, whaTfnounce < Room and Dining Care, of Pull. from Hotul Park. Bargain at noxt thirty day.
their intention of making the man's latest models constitute the 1 rxll $6000.00.'
lid It. Christ sent men out. to carry Beautiful Building lots.For Sale.
( issue In the next trains. o00oooTOWNLEY
different dispensary question an personnel of these superb i
,,, pub new religion Into the parts,
_k The Lakeview addition to the
campaign. Leave !St.: Augustine dallyat8:5J
*i of tbe earth.
VyV iSecond thought, God calls His agentsY' In view of this, it may be timely And a. m. Leave Jacksonville daily at Town of West Palm Bench Is now

( tbe 10:10 BROTHERS opened and platted, no that persons t
"Mjtrom, the working forces of society proper to re-iterate some o suggestions a. 1'; up
4 ."."; 1; made by The Herald a few months : desiring to, secure suburban V
V calls to out I
never lazy men carry .
V F'IIa Herald does residence lots one covered
The ,
In doing this every
Plans. He took Moses from .earing ago. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI
.ok the sheep of his father-in-law: Eli! not wish to be understood as favoring the Private School REAL ESTATE .AGENTS with a splendid'growth of young J,
in what it 3 tree can do so at reasonable
traffic very
or' liquor no matter way
aba was ploughing with twelve yoke '
Mew L. E. Hiixlryj ] ir rilla Street.Daily MIAMI FLORIDA 1
may conducted.. Good morals,sound = i. Igures.
David ruddy-faced shepard ,
1 oxen. was a Somloni 8-jo to ir a.m.
all againstthe ; This splendidly laid-out addition
and correct logic are
lawoto m.
t lad when God called him to be a King. = 1:30 p. ,
i Christ took His apostles from the work. selling of liquor as, if challenged Piano leuoni by arrannenient. loajtfYYTTTTTTTTTYVTYYYYYYYYTYYi 000000 Just south, of town can not be sur

The Herald cau easily show. + passed in .location, and very soon
Ing classes. God took Luther from the
towards ultimate Rnrprntn In' Orange Grove In the.> irat-class ,streets will be gradedand
But, 68 a step pro.
same class. He was the son of a German vicinity of Miami.. Nine nerve In '
hibition. The Herald agrees with Rev.G. ---- tract. Five acren In boring trove' A everything necessary supplied!
miner. Wesley,tbe son of a poof ----------
able minister 4 years old. Small I outtaire. WillMX.. to place It the moat desirable home
T. Leitneitbe Baptist .
Church of England rector. ft PAY HO per ent..n Inveetmnt.Bargain si T I
V of IeeHburgln tbe conviction that the $ at Four ThouHanil. Dotlum. | ( section on, the.West Side of Lake 3
a Third, numbers don't always count. V

V.k China has 400 millions of people The She local Georgia dispensary and Alabama system is as the it very exists heat in r The PALM BEACH $ Worth.Come early and get your choice

d i V not as strong as little Japan rent,when can buy We have dosirablo bualnees prop. ft
Why you ot lots while low.
nl scheme- devised for regulating the nay! prices are
Church ol Christ is not strong on ac yet I r. Maximum of Comfort from lownloy It'*'*., Mitiiiii" .* nice arty In utinuii, improved and iiu.iujj-
traffic, especially in those localities p 1V At Minimum ol CoatTnrft "T 'I c.trngee from $00.00 to '1000.00 AM i iAQ
count of numbers, wealth, fine edifices, liquor ecey terms, proved,'or axle 0" easy term TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
where the people do not favor
'' cultured preachers. She Is strong when hundred saner roonm with or 3l 3S B ?f f .
measures. HcxioloimUotunda ANTS.
full of and and rigorous prohibitory wltbont bAth. .
she is good men women, aud Please frontlDO; on -
they at work to save! the lost, The error to be guarded against in Lake Worth. Office in Tropical Sun Block.

fourth thought: moral heroism it Florida Is the establishment, or proposed Orchestra. New York Chet $J and Up i

greater history than phyaicaf.are full of Sacred illustrations and secular : cat with establishment that of South, of Carolina.a system idenli.We do Get ort 'at Poinciana R'wy Station C. A. J. CRIPE Visit .

I not want the South Carolina system; it CHAS A. STONE. Manager. I
Moses, in surrendering tbe wealth and Camden, Southern' Pines! and
causes too much trouble. Florida advo SIDNEY MADDOCK, FroprltttorFor
I. pleasures ol Egypt; the three Hebrews at # HlCADQllAUTlCR8 FOR Mnehurst on your way home. The
,' Babylon; Luther, at the Diet of Worms. cates of the dispensary system shouldvisit .....----------. \ eaboaid Air Line Railway Is the
the. Counties of Terrell and Deca-
Some one told Luther not to go, he line ,double
,)nly operating dally
will said the tur in Georgia, and Henry in Alabama, Fine Artistic Shell Goods and
his life. ,
would lose go and note the working there of the local > tr 'TIlA\ ervlce. Leave St.!: Augustine! a :55
Reformer, "if there were as many 0V \ aID.nnd6:10. Leave Jack
great which Is giving entire satisfaction < in : Black Aluminun; Jov- : p.m.
'+ devils in the way as there ate tiles ou system (I) == JeweJry"NoveIties.1-; onvllle 10:10: a. m. and 7:40 p. m.
V' all the This is becausethe FT1C
to t\I!
the tops of the houses. business in wholly In the hands of l"t = -, eU cities, Toilet Articles and
k Those are the kind of men America -t J ."da
t the town officials and the profits are
needs today. applied on the spot. The Slate does not i ct ...... Gifts. I Toilet Sets in Sterling. ORDER) FOR PUBLICATION
.e- handle the goods or the money and has CD -c; ..
/ :.,. In the Circuit Court B r ntb>

Both Centured. nothIng to do with the business, exceptto T I- s...... A Foil Line of Latest Magazines! and Periodicals Always On Band. Dade JndlclntClrenlt.County.; Florida >, To Chancery.

permit It. r/JP' .

On Friday last, at the morning session In Whigham, Ga., and Dothan, Ala., Thomas,HobaonVM. ikS Dtii for Divorce.

of the Senate,Senator Burrows presentedthe tbe profits maintain splendid public ; s' 8 !:! I en Under Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach.4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Anclu IlobMon

resolution of censure, the full text schools for nine months. Not only ibis; :a 0 ,.... rr-rr-tf It appearing by aflldarlf compl&lnant'ii

of which less follows: but in Dothan, a place of 4,000 people, =- =-- .tIS tI ol Uornuy In tbe above stated calm. that theHHldiMice 1
bj '' ol Annie Bobaoo, the dcfeuilnnt rr
l "That In the judgement of the Seuate the profits from the local dispensary pay bj: .AAAA: 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA heroin named, ,la nnknown; and that aba!> l I.

'that the Senators from South Carolina, all the expenses of the town government > % ., b saver the BRO of tw.nty-on.'years;It la tlnr.- y,

i f( B. R. Tiilman and John T. McLaurln, and municipal taxation Is actually rn:: a rna Id W. HElM. W. BBOADWELL, M. D., Pbynltlan and Burgeon .1' 'oreonleredthat auld dsfundantbeandshe, a },

disorderly behavior and flagrant violation unknown. But, morally better than the a Registered Phannaclut,olllce la Dru Store ervby required. to appear to the mil of ComplHlnt -
J for ;: Hied In aald cause tin or'before Mnn-
of the rules of the Senate on the profits, leading citizens of the two 0 o. Q
sand day of February, deserve the censure places assured the writer that, since the J COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY tee the allegation or said bill will be taken

of the Senate and they are hereby establishment of the dispensaries, P1 .MI vonfoHBOd by Raid Defendant.

I so censured for their breach of the priv. drunkenness, disorder and lawlessness. IIEIlU & DItOAD'VELLProprletol'tl. It further ordered that till nnler be p ub 1 ,
MV Inhed week for eight consecutive
once a k
t and dignity of this body, and had virtually disappeared. a +
lieges ... veksto Tea TBOPIUAL Him, a> ne..papul'pUblished y
from aud after the adoption of this resolution Any one who may wish more detailed 0z a.... In said County and State. i

tbe order adjudging ,them in Information might write to the mayorsof .. H } ......, Thla February aiat, 1UOU.ICt. : s

contempt shall be tio longer in force the places named and also of Dawson -e ... Q 0- Dealers in Reliable Medicines and! Chemicals H. B..SAUNDEHS.Ct. "Heal' ] E. O.ClrrkC'lrcultCourt DEARBORN j
t and effect" Ga., who will substantiate all that >- aO p.r : "., .... Solicitor for Complainant I I

The report of the committee says that said above. At Wbighaui\ particularity a:: a a CD -. .

the offense of Tillman was much greater may address Mr. J. H. Trueock! the o C1J ',OiTj .A PULL LINE OK-. P

than that of McLaurin. founder of the place, a devout Baptist q, f.a.4 Perfumes, Rubber Goods, NOTICE FOR POBUCATION. '

: Mr. Bailey presented a report of tbe and a persistent prohibitionist for forty t"4 q, CD and Ii
Toilet Articles Cigars Notice la hereby given that the following
f Democrats agreeing loathe resolution years.In ?e U1 named wittier ha sled notion of hi* Intnntluu
that word the Georgia and Alabama and Stationery. Tobacco. to make flnal proof ia\ rapport of hi*olnlm, and
majority ,
but diasentiug! from the a I that fluid proof will .bo made bfore.lnhn II.
l difference In the gravity of local dispensary system under local con- aetlllU. CommliBloner al I1.m"o'I., onMaruSlMh.
there was s :: :
f the offense. They also! disagreed to the trol, wherever it has been tried, has Sale, Cheap. 21tf'; PALMS BLOCK, WEST PALM BEAca.yyyyyyy ;Noah' C'. .Joncof that. vial Neptune, Fla. tlomenuadunil
I and general satisfaction, ,for the 8.I4!: aeoT I, Tp. 41 I tI, K.41 K.lln .
view of the majority that a senator given complete acres Pineapple and '/ YVYF/Yf 1TYYYYYYYY.YTTT TYTnvv/T/Ym1Yme acmes the fnllowliiK, wltn*w<. to prove
}, and it is the only system that silences! Forty-five ItNcontlumiM*residence nlion.' end eultiviirtonof ( ,I
might be suspended. and effectually Garden Land, $10 and $U per W l.ndvii:; : June HellJrof Ne(>uin.,
Th report of the three dissenting Republicans the opposition of saloonIsts, TT : r'la.;Uxorire W. Tlmlnll. of Mautuuc t'\.l\ ; Kd-
acre. $360 for the 45 acres. One ; uneFla. 11. M. !Ill-
the blind tiger. That went Wl.lililnn.I of Mei & ;
i submitted by Mr. McComas, suppresses thousand Banana Plants, $S per CITY MEAT MARKETFlorida rev,rif Fie
I. assented that the offenses of the South is the kind of a system that we should i. -l..p'.ne. W. O. ROBINSON. aelfl"ter.

.1 1 Carolina Senators were equal and the have in Florida an the best possible Gorila 100, colonies or 60 cents of Bee.per dozen for $65,Twenty ;: 3.50/ and Western' Meats, Poultry, Game and Eggs.

: punishment should b. the name. The substitute for prohibition,-Prnta FURNISHED ROOMS Iu a most de-
I each. Horse wagon. $115. Mail Orders Receive Careful Attention I
:1 dr majority report favored suspension of Herald. V .. Address, H. C. OLSEN, ilrablo location. Enquire at TROPICAL:

r ji. McLaurin for. five days and! Tillman for MANHATTAN SHIRTS-AMTHONYH' Stuart, Dade County; Fla. 1.1-190 Jefferson., Block, WEST PALM BEACH. Sow office oJ.
l> f twenty days. ,'V

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- .: ,:?;:::. -THE TROPICAL SUN. I is with A NEW no little DEPARTMENT.It pleasure. that we OUT FOR RAILROAD, COMMISSIONBJtj[%nnd lommitted. nee that upon no private damage lots or, treapaas is of Crawford'-;his'::, has-*given'general; ";sntlufactionHe : y Clay, ,(

'f .:' Pioneer Paper of Dade County, Ploilda.TftOPIcAI are able to announce to the many \ I(lie Thin is a great advance over what was will hold pnttV; his sUcceonoi\ is
___ \ situation March
during of
'I 1 his (Gbnilnundtrotn year; chosen
uu. friends and supporters of paper panel) at the next !general election,
out there
are other needed
SUN PUBLISHING, COMPANY in South Dade< that we have established Commission-th power to make rates-a power lodged in no other body. They before ) which occurs in November.
can ask
we conscientiously
; GUY I. METCALF KDITOE.UBLI Bureau of THE TROPICAL SUN have given us freely relief which wo'could otherwise have secured but the CONTROLLING our visitors to behold how reverently we Under the rules of tbe democratic <>rganlziitoia .

: at the County Seat. forces of the present Commission have too often shrunk from the exercise look after our dead. For instance the | candidate or the party will
.HCO evEnt FRIDAY of the higher and more /unction of REGULATING RATES. bo sele teat a State primary to be
Math important
AT WRIT PALM BKAOH OAOI COUNTY.PUOHIDA, The services of Capt. Irvln fence needs to be repaired and suitable
I make these to Florida held at'iflSl: time as designated by the
plain proposition the people of :
er, an experienced newspaper man, Rates put on; hard roads should be constructed ,
: k" SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 12.00 A YEAR. have been secured, and he will be in First-That we have a right; to demand lower freight and passenger rates over between tbe tiers of lots, and a Crawlor: ", :maiittee. It Is understood,.'
the GREAT TRUNK our State, though will be a candidate for! tbenomina
LINES AND SYSTEMS which operate in :'
windmill and ,;\ n
Entered: it the Post office/ of Welt Palm Beach full charge,of the Bureau, will edit we must redognize that some of the smaller railroads are not in position to make 'should be piping In (or else city water) ftn. Jeff B. Browne, of e.y.,

1 a.secondclapa matter.FlIlDAY. the Miami and South Dade Depart such reductions. ]Qiit West, it is *laid, will also be in the field"{ ,,

'c: ment, and attend to nil advertisingand 2nd-That in violation of law and justice, special privileges, in the way\ of free lie Uc"sa! the fence is repaired, stray cat. and there is talk, of one or two c* h.rs,
lOOS.: at
MAKCII 7, are liberty to play havoc with tbe
subscription matters", for this passes, and perhaps of preferential freight rates, ore given to individuals practice shrubbery unless the roads hardened supreme judgeship now held b
pnper south of New River. which besides giving undue advantages s to the recipients of these favors an4 injuring Judge M. II. Mal>ry will be a subject

j: RIGHT I MAN FOR THE.PLACE. Capt. lather was for several years those to whom they are doijied, raises the prices which the generl public has to pay one place can where only they.expect have people to wade to through shun II contest at the State primary, Allhouj

not announced
6' If ever THE PEOPLE'S PAPER before took on the editorial, staff of the Cincinnati -' and worst of all, introduces a subtle and dangerous form of corruption into our public six or eight Inches of sand at every step; understood publicly that the gentleman, it Is pretty;will; w rl

''W'' a genuins pleasure in placing Enquirer, at one time was associate affairs ._ and unless we have water convenient it tire from the beach at end of h
d the people' of Florida the name of a editor with the present United If I shall ba chosen by you to 'serve the State in this important capacity, I : Is impossible to get the shrubbery and present term and to; |
that time is pledge myself to usa every honest effort to remedy these abuses. i remove; Tampa j
man for public place, Senator Cur mack then of the flowers to grow.
? States In practice. It U also (
engage t
As an evidence of my sincerity, in the matter, I refer to the bill providing !
1 now. Memphis Appeal-Avalanche, and for I know whereof I speak ia this regard stood that Judge IIocker,'of Ocala,):
THREE CENT PASSENGER FARES for the railroads Florida, introduced by
time! office' seekers for I have hid chase out '
::4 In this day two was political correspondent a cow a member of the Supreme Court; Coi,
years in the of .
rna Legislature 1901 and passed through the lower house.I
plentiful but to find men Cincinnati of the cemeteiy that I found eating mission, will be candidate and thet-n' .
- per 88. are ; at Washington D. C., for I believe it is possible, under the proper operation of a just fearless and impartial a ,
to stand for an office for scented geraneuuia off: one of the graves; are suKKtstionsin: the air that Judge .
and Chicago papers. Commission to between the carriers and
bring about a better relation' pro-
I have had to take off shoes to
fitted is so my B. Wall, of Tampa, would not be aversi
I which they are peculiarly This step has been taken to meet ducers of the State, to encourage a better and more wholesome growth of our great out the sand that bad accumulated -
empty : to movement In hill behalf
a hij
.4p rare that in the rinding! one grows the demand ofa large portion of I the industries, and to found a more lasting 'prosperity for the State. in my walk down one of the pntln; friends. by j

enthused by the very fact citizenship of South Dade for a publication 4 R. HUDSON BURR, and I have seen plant after plant die for As regards the congressional btJmi

: ,. lion. R. Hudson Burr is but ayoung'ruan on broad lines, Little River, Florida, March 6th, 1902. want of the i
fl. the field of l published moisture that it was too inconvenient i flout from the Third district, it is con ,,

J just entering and unhampered by the influencesthat !! to obtain ceded that Hon. W. B.,'Lamar, now At'

.I public life as a man of demonstrated : this time left the There are some half dozeu lot holders
to General
have, up Henri Fixctory Olrt, 017 torney has the best chane/,

usefulness und ability. Elected to common people the wage-earners, Homo it MANON'S.GTJAVA i ._-_ JHt>. WestUtiy St. who have shown a desire to make the Tbe other two candidates are C B. Pa*! \ '
J' I the last Legislature as member of the soil-tillers, the producers of that Call.> of OtUco ni
t. .I < the House of Representatives from favored section without a mediumfor OinivuJelly"Ianon'" JELLY. Jacksonville.. 4it: W. JtuySt somewhat more attractive. Beautiful Monticello. Lamar will carry the [d.:,'

I'r Dade County, he there made a record protest honest criticism, or ad- CANDY Branch Stoics: and afccni headstones have been erected on a number trict, it is estimated by shrewd ': .
lea In all Town on I',UHIwhether of and sincere effort has
I: and an impress' on the public mind of interests other than those CD..t.s3" graves a tlclans, by a very handsome plurl /

., of Florida" second to that of no man vocacy been made to keep the grass green on -Tampa Herald. \.
of a favored few. several. plots, but with such heavy roads --.a- I

::1' ", of his age the in first the State.day of the session Without further outline of the pro- : " " " " " " '" " " and the distance from water it 1 is, indeed KNOX HATS-staudard of, the w

\\\r'\ From posed work that this paper will next an uphill task. -at ANTHONYS BKOS.
he took keen !and a< tl ve will wear I3f )
to the last, a week inaugurate in South Dade, we you Will not the people of Palm Beach and

: interest in every matter brought; before would suggest to every reader that ::; JDST. TB SEE a Crown .at all, we ara 3 West Palm Beach look at this matter CHOICE PROPERTIESAND I

;Y!! : the House, and on every issue he keep a "weather eye" opeu and :; going to cut the price fg with some degree of public spit it? .:::1. .

,: : that arose, affecting! the weal of the be prepared to express approval or == of Gold Crowns in two. C3s> Surely it should not be left to one or .,

Ii. : '. common people, his voice was beard censure, as our policy and work may S; We want to find out what kiod of Dental work you like best. 3 two widowed mourners to beautify the .
and his vote was recorded in accordance spot where\ it may be our turn next to
I: ; deserve. == Our crowns are as good a? cin\ be made-we guarantee them. :F::: BARGAIN :
unsullied and ________________ ? Indeed froml1.e sacred
I with a conscience i == We cannot afford to continue Ibis out for more than two weeks. ::::5 go apart dutywe

unbiased by exterior influence or CORPORATIONS TROT OUT THEIR: MAN i Make your appointments. owe to the dead there is a certain

; Dr. MILLER. 3 business advantage In making our cemetery A Few Leaders from the ,
t' I perllonallnterest. And now It Is rumored that Uupt. Frcd."T.Myera t;, '

I % : fr As the father of the Three Cent ,ot the County; of Leon, will enter the.. :; Office II Doors South of Datura, on Nnrclaana == interesting. It add another resort .
c tourist and if it is Desirable Properties Oftiby
CongressIonal race In the new Third District to our town, .
________ '1 Fare! Bill, which he introduced, and In oppoHltlon' to Billy Lunmr. This minor 1 li11 il 1 1 1'' 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 made worth while going to see, visitors the TROPICAL REAL
for which he fought successfully heretofore
r 'I we believe to be truo."The Chronicle has will be detained another day, perhaps,
the House despite the ad- and without huHltancy warned the -
: through ,
i dlntlngiilaliod Attorney-General. of the State in order"to take it in. TATE EXCHANGE,
".' 4rEY verse report made on it by the would not Whatever have for the
of Florida that; the railroads FRANK W. STANTON & CO. reason we may
t i; w Committee to whom it was referred, allow him to capture the plum It It were outlay, let us hold back no longer butcontribute W. I. METCALF, .. ManaS/f/

i t be was bught; to bay in the effort within their power to compaus his Intent. according to our means to
: Mr. Myera l IH a clover, aittute politician and B
he made to compel, by legislation, a man with considerable brain power and or. OUR SPECIALTY. help on the work.It Abstracts of Title Fur u't .

vW fair and proper consideration of the ganiaingcapaeit3'; ; and with tile railroad corporation is suggested that the two newspapersof

'; '. rights of the people. Never once did element behind him he will make. Fancy East, Coast Tomatoes our town head a column with the Suburban Tract:
dangerous man In the Congrexnloniilrace.
be did he let the certain very I Hoes : "SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR ROCK improved fruit arm and p1.'.
Q waver, nor Mr. Lamar wilt find that he has tbe Partly !
wrath that follows any interference tight of his lifo to make, and will have routed !' ROADS. A NEW GATE. BETTER cures grve,,,1"RrM,1I near town.""r..ln. Twenty choice acre orange Ira .

domination and imposition the atronuegt and most conso,encelese poll;, 14 Vine Street Philadelphia WATER SERVICE AND OTHER IM- grape fruit trees., W acre In trieS po
corporate leal combine ID theSuutb.-Sanlor.1 Chronicle PROVEMENTS AT LAKESIDE CEM- toe. h M acre.in assorted" vegetables( tlit ac'
his tomato, 3el of chicken yard r.
him from
swerve announced -
i .. It was not believed by anyone ETERY" and that any person willing closed with poultry netting New -ro
effort to relieve the people Growers or'Florida Oranges and GrapeFruitGROVES house: supplied with water tank. ;;grove
4 ,
?, '. who had watched the course that to subscribe notify either paper of such plied with irrigating plant,good 'stable l I Uwagon
of Florida. from an unjust burden room; & acre flower garden. planto ,.
furnished towards LOCATED
Mr. l Lamar had I intention, stating the amount, and one chnlceai roses and other flower BH

I t '. of passenger tariff. the railroads of the State, that they; ,Liles& Stantou,.Terra Ceia,. Flo. .-- Armstrong, &,Stanton, Palmetto, 1'Ia.. of the officers of the Laities' Association bariroin ORANGE property LAND for IN*DADS,!teu.> OUt: .

J As a farmer, today cultivating would allow him to win his Congressional ; Knox &'Sl tttoo, Lituonia, Flu. will!! call upon them for the money: or -- -

I acres of field crops and vegetables, race without a utrufrgle. lie ry let ti>em send the money direct to the Lake Front Fruit Land:

be knows and feels the need of proper be for treasurer, Miss Ellen Potter; the secretary One hundred and twenty fonracrea of No.t
is not so easily to pineapple l luitd, near l antana, will be
relief from the extortions of our railroads Mrs. F. B. Everett. or the president old cheap Twenty acrea cleared. .", "11.
: ;. the suit. which he followed ;
; winning; great; Mrs Dr. N. S Bnrnham and comfortable bo..... situate. on the icnd;) Lukefcotit.
i : \:- and their practice of discrim- upon persistently for nine 'E. AR WADDELLR Owned by ioiirealdent, who Jelitrestudiroose
ladies will that all contributions
these see of same at a ancrifice" PrtCeJUnimproved
,;: nation to reward friends and to years, and if it is possible, the rail- are duly acknowledged in th*

punish those who protest against roads will make him feel their power column above mentioned.It Fruit Land:

7 their unfair methods. and bin friends should be especially .... ............................ will take between $600.00 and '700.. To-acre tract ....Ojue., suitable for citrus
I ',' As a member and an officer of a fruits or pineapulea.. If Mold in entire tract
that their the
cautious to make improvements suggested
now opponentsare 00
__j |M per acre. Ten'nnre lou at$ao per acre. .
large organization of truck and fruit and aot herein. For a beginning, Mr. Editor I A bargain tract and figure
apparently quiet moving J :Fine list City Lots, desira- ,_ '
growers; who have sought in vain at in this election-on the surface. eal beg to subscribe $15.00. There are some Town .

f the hands of Florida's present Hail residents on both sides of the Lake who Property: .
.; ble Biscayne Bay fronts ; 6-Ronm Ho".... new. on good residence.
road Commissioners for the relief and "A PROPHETIC VISION OF LAKE can afford more than that amount; thereare tract.. irlce., f..- I .

I i : ,;, remedy provided for by the law ere- : many who will not feel disposed to ,"
1-Room Home, in attractive residence. Price
title of
': WORTH" was a poem Estate i also Fruit and Vegetable contribute as much; but everyone who is l35oo "...h. '
f r; <:; : nting the Commission, Mr. Burr I _____ "'
read at a )little social gathering: in should '
the needs of the producer and mortal, give something, on the Vacant lot., RcnlileudW. on beat streets, ". ,
", ,,' knows the old Cocoanut Grove House, by ({bod old principle of the golden rule: Large aDd tualL cottages* BuMincM. blocks.Comraodlou '
the for that Tracts Miami Cocoa- eta _ _
good '
:;' ; recognizes; power Mr. Samuel Barton, then a winter | near "Da unto others as you would have .
:: ,, ; might lie in Commission, ftee from *residence. on one of the beet
resident, since deceased. Mr. Barton and them do unto you. corners and la a most desirable neighbor.
i, : ; influences that tie their bands, and was always enthusiastic over the I nut Grove and vicinity, im- In a community where so much wealth hood. TOne I "

'j force them to witbold from the producer and culture Is now centered there shouldbe of tho most conveniently: arranged rea .
of this favored and
future region
Idences in the town Located oil a choice
:"'t; S the very consideration and no difficulty whatever in raising reitidence jitieet. convenient. to auhool.churches .
of the few who expressed full I proved'and unimproved
was one .
depot and
him by the law { for so honorable a business center Cheap .
; y justice guaranteed 700.00 purpose at(3000.
faith in fulfillment of the fu tUIt: ns C ollection _____
; creating important this paper used to portray it in those I suitable for residence or in- THE LIST ? welllocatod.Good Investment Property-lo-room house,
our body politic. I'rlce.3Suo.:
days when railroads,steamships U lid Yours sincerely,

I 1 There are two Railroad Commissioners -I palatial hotels were only accounted vestment. GKO. G. CURRIB. Building; Lots, well located. In desirable 'k

i to be elected in the next Dem- as "dreams." Several of those who Agency ..alie's and neighborhood$3500 each.Fashionable ,.at 1300- $ oo. Ujo, .ipio,fioo 'IfiJ

: ocratic State Primary, and SouthEast 'heard that read then will
Florida feels that in consideration poem enjoy :......4........................... the Same Individual. private boarding bon...., furnlithed -
; ,y reading( it again, as reproduced in ,and two .1>len.lldl'IDCOIted lot,over-

.:c of the fact that it has never furnished this Issue, on the eighth page. :]!\II'. Miami March 6th, 1902.!) "looking, ..rloe'..Lake Price and 513.5oo.close to post office) and

a State official,that in presenting Burton and Editor THOPCIAI.' SUN:
1 C. Vanderbilt accompanied Phosphate '
Finest residence (furnished) and ,
At the meeting of the
for consideration one of its sonsa l County mast
by his wife, then Miss Cluett, is nowa commandingly located property In
I here Tuesday the bond of Went Pam: Beach. Splendid view of the
I \ man above reproach,a man whose guest of the Breakers, and ns' he Orange Grove Lands one C, C. Halght, appointed by the Governor Lake and Butt bide front. Price $7-""' .
\ record is his man whose
; platforma the Pendteton Cottage then
t', passes as Justice of the Peace for Falm Beautiful residence site, near Lpk front.
I, peculiar fitness, training and ability his home, must remember the hopes, On the West CoastAgent Beach, District No. 13, was approved.Is A rice fcypao. _

makes him the man for the place dreams and fancies indulged in a decade this the C. C. HeIght who Is. now New io-rootu renidcnooon best home street,

/ his friends hope to see him fill, that of In town, near churches and schools,1 a._.
i and more ago. Armour & Co. Fertilizors Chicago. Airmotor Wind Mills Chicago treasurer the Republican County Executive _ _
Jf';' in thus presenting; his name we do 54. Committee, and who came to Three. small tenement cottages, well local t.

: honor this section and in selecting According to a dispatch to the Miami caied,coiner lot. irice, "n,_ -
_ I f i t 1' to Correspondence Solicited. prior to the last election and

_ I I !(: him as candidate for Railroad Jacksonville Metropolis[ if the Rivers paid the poll tax of every kinky-headed Neat little home of five rooms, porch on _

I Commissioner the Democracy of and] Harbors bill becomes a law, Offloa Avenue Over D. and Bank Twelfth of Bay Street Blsoayna. MIAMI, FLORIDA negro in the County to try and defeat three yard, on sidps good of street.house In, plenty good neighborhood.of shade la )-

f:l'; Florida will be placing trust in the appropriation! for Florida: will be 1 7imVOICE; the election of tbat gallant tribune of convenient and depot.. distance Price$1,_from churcuen.. "school

\ bands of one whose devotion to equal to $4 for each man, woman I I the people, Hon. R Hudson Burr, as ---
I \ round, for subscriptions help on so well as our efficient and energetic SherIff IDoubl cottage 14 roomS; on principal real-
f- principle is a symbol of fidelity It and child in the State. This will bevery OF THE PEOPLE dunce Street; rents for $*&& per year, Frtuir
f handsome the of Uncle worthy a cause. ; John Frohock'It "a400. _
- self. on part
I > ; _ -- Within the six months thanks to this is the same Individual, GOT D..llbl.,
1 ,' Sam, and when he'! sends down some past cottage, 14 rooms corner of Olive
An Column for Communications Jennings has been grossly imposed Kern. streets. ; rent for
Open fattn
upon per Price
: ' : and it behooves _
) .' ,,I com, the Hourhern toIletry may face a> Comments and Complaints.ProperCrltlotmn and to the agitation set Afoot by some i the lojal Democracyto
will to what
the winter see
:: rimiMtr 'lumlnr. tile oitirlniM' of the Illinois' they inform the Governor in Double
fully the .
2 intrnl ai" taking' tlniu by the forelock.A -_... who have loved ones laid there to rest, cottage 14 room, located on Olive
1. the street for
will rents
f .1 F. Drown him' been commissioned by good uses we put approprition. premises and petition for the removal $tS& per year. Price I $i,8oo
the three acres of ground known as
1 c the cjoiwmnv ui select f me land favoruttli of Piiblla aienamdNaM- of the offensive partisan who is Special fiffurea for CASH for all of
r to I he....h....... and plant thereon at Lakeside Cemetery have been obnoxious the three
surveyed preceding
KOI) IHXI catalpa trem. with a view .% but Fonoiml Uontravar- properties to any one wlahinif to.make *
huNt urea Allowatl to the
&__ L' : Democrats who .
:: : : supported a good In'.reo.
tn: |irovlilluK i wood for tips. and other aud staked off in lots the tract entirely Dylullla..lm.Dt.
r nlliujiid I I IflIr.OCI'O., Mr. Brown !hi now on lien is a nut for the Railroad at..a are Not Perntlnalbiw. Go,. Jennings. ENQCIBEB. -4-------
I his; way South. and l expect to find thaHimt grubbed, and the roadways cleared of Truck-Firm Lands
I .gwt tmHtjttkx somewhere In the; lowland Commission to crack, and possibly _e_ trees and It has coat the Cor. .p- :
0' or l Muudsxlppl. 'the rnllromUi nf the WestI i graves. YOUNG'S HATS Splendid! muck land In on. of the most
e PtU have also had to fave, the problem of they may give; a satisfactory answer An Appeal For A Worthy Caus.DaA.a .: poratlon and the Ladies' Association none better madeat prosperous:; vegetable growing; settlement*
.oo. ANTHONY BKOS. : :
e fu
tfv4l format. ,famine, and several of the rouda DudeCounty. Choice tracts aft
I II to the question asked : do $23 per
about $200 to this. for
fiiiinnff them tile Hunra Fa have iron** -- acre cash Special price on time
.) T .1' IMI sa' Into I lie t..II..tlnorb".ln.... on a large Railroads in Florida are assented at about MR.At Zinvo : .. Within the past week a caretakerMr. mania.
,"BI.-Jack..oo\ Metropolle. Politics l In Tallahassee.
: % f:vooq or$6 000 per mile, while the same road the request of the ladles' Cemetery J. J. Fox-has been hired at a nominal .
And the time is at band in this assessed at from Jio.ooo to f 11.000 tn Geor Lake :
gia. The railroads In Florida are aa valuable Improvement Association I beg to place salary of |6o a year for which Tallahassee, January 29.-This is the feet
the railroads but rio of Lake front
when not
State, aa the railroad In Ueurg-Ia. Why this difference before your readers some details of the amount, and the privilege of doing; the center of political activity, as well as handsomest' Improved adjoining properties) oneet on. th the*
many other industries in the State of fully$5,000 Id the aaaeMed valuation ? be done in work and Lake. Cun be bought, II taken at
work done, and required to grave attending to private lots of news and gossip, and seldom day bargain figure. once,at*

i of f Florida will have to face the timber their Why cash not aaiMH valuationXnverneea the railroads of Chronicle.Florida at the cemetery in order to make It a at a rate to be agreed upon with the passes that something new is not .. SOD feet. of double

'. :, famine, brought about so.lely by burying ground: that will not be a stand owners, he agrees to keep the ground sprung.; The most interesting Incident beautiful knoll for frontage building Lakesnd site, beerlnat Ocean.

: .V, the utter recklessness with which the Want a Good Horse I ing reproach to our community, sad la free from weeds, the fences in repair, on the tapis just now is the succession coooanut boat house,orange, cte, and near lime vulunblo trees. Improved splendid ','

'y forests of the State have beencut Call, on R. A. Rouae, of Weat Palm so doing; to make an appeal to our >rltsl.idenla and be present In person or by deputyat to the late John L. Crawford, Secretaryof property, ______ .

down. Beach. He bat'em to Mil. If. I whether Winter or all the year all funerals apportion the space Stale. The ad-Interim appointment BUILDING LOTa-take and Ooean front
age,at f v>to $M per foot

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FLOODS 'I IN 41ft'iST'E TRIPLE CRIME NEAR SAVANNAH. 'SHOT- -- WIFE AND SELF. ,. ----... ". .... .. -... .. --. .- '
w Store Burglarized, Two Men Killed and itio Infelicity Ends In Sad Trig Novel Scene Witnessed In Police Mr. J. C. Andreu Has Exciting Expe-
WROUGHT DISASTER Building Fired. Vf Z edy at Pelham Ga.
,M Court at N. J. rlonce Near Jacksonville Fla.
Savannah Kenny, ,
arson and double, Ga., murder March S.were-Robbery crimes, tL Jblham, Ga., March 4.-In a neat lit- New York March 4.-Two policemen Jacksonville Fla., March 3.-Suffer. BE PUT ON RAILROADS t""

Scores of Lives committed by cottage on Barrow avenue was with broad hands and plenty of ing from shock, as the result of an
1 'L'\ Lost and Damage unknown persons Saturday found the body of Harvey Nesmith,
baok of them acted an masS experience Thursday night, Mrs. Joe
night on the Ogoechee road, K( shot through the head with a pistol Interstate and Sherman Lawsto
of Millions! miles from Savannah. The store ot ball ters of ceremonies at a public spank. O. Andreu is quite ill at her home on
Michael I Ing administered to six youthful de Evergreen avenue.Shol"tly .
Scbrenk was entered, the proprietor In an adjacent room his wife's body linquents Be Enforced.
In ,
Kearny N. J.. police court. after the midnight hour
'00 OPERATIVES AR 3DLE and his clerk Jacob Carter lay with t
a pistol wound In her head. The boys whose Mrs. Andreu
were killed, the safe ages ranged from was attacked by a negro
and cash drawer The only other member of the household 10 to 12 BO BAYS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
'were rifled and years were brought before burglar, who was in her bedroom.
the store and out.
any Mill Have Been Forced JJCIosa buildings were fired. Not I a 12-months-old babe, was found Recorder Krebs on charge of opening Two attempts were made to stab her,
until yesterday unhurt by; those first to arrive on the freight cars and destroying and Mrs. Andreu has woundon
Down ugly
and It May-Be Maiy* coke morning was the discovery of the scene. property. an Decision Has Caused Consternation
triple Recorder Krebs sentenced each to "a her left shoulder. She was visiting .
BeforeThey Can Reoumo Work- no: trace crime ot the made miscreants and then there was It Is one of the saddest tragediesthe good hard spanking, ," as the alterna. her niece, Mrs. J. Humphrey who Among Many Executive Official of

?'any Daring Rescue*. Scbrenk to be found. people of Pel ham have ever been tive of a $3 flu"' The parents spoke 'lives with her husband on the rock Western Road*-Traffic Must Be
was a prosperous German, called on to witness. Mr. and MraNesmlth for the boys and chose the road near the Half-Way house.
who had a store In the spank Handled Free of Pools, Eto. ,i4
'ew> Black Ankle
York, March 4.-Flood condl- district had been living In Pelham fora Ing. Shortly after midnight Mrs. Andrau'

4 : s in tha east are reported rapidly ,I which bad and been another 4 or 5 miles away, year or more and had a number of I Chief of Police Tolen selected two became restless and thought her little Chicago, March President Roosevelt

irovlng, although' affairs In the Wy- His wife and his opened but recently, friends here. For some time It was able-bodied policemen. Each took a child was stroking her hair Soon af has given the railroad managements '

4 .h Ill's valley and northeastern Pennanla from the Ogeechee stepson road store were away known to friends that the domestic relatlons boy and placed him across his knee in tef she became fully awake and arose of the entire courXy to understand

generally and along' the Hud- time of the murder, being at at the of the family were not alto. the approved position! and an instant going to the closet in the room. Opening that the interstate commerce
work at
ear Albany, are still In bad that which had been more gether pleasant but no such fateful later the courtroom rang with yells. the door, she stooped to pick something and Sherman laws will be enforced to
? tablished. Stories recently es tragedy as this was anticipated. When the round had been completed from the floor and saw the two the letter, says The RecordHerald.The .
ot the wealth
''Ispntches from Wilkes barre, Pa., Schrenk bad amassed had float that About 11 o'clock Saturday night the youngsters were again arraigned. big feet of a man. Frightened and information has been conveyed j

ow that more than a score of lives ing around In that section been for neighbors were attracted by the reportof They were very penitent, and after the unable to scream, she raised her eyes through the medium of the interstate

ire lost and $ ),OQOOOG worth of prop while, and it had been feared a that long a pistol and the screams of a worn court had admonished them against and saw directly in front of her a taU commerce commission, and it is understood .
c 't ty wall destroyed in northeastern murder would be a an. Rushing to the scene they found evil doing they promised to be good negro with hand outstretched and rats that the administration, will not

nnsylvanla. The danger is over, but had been an attempt committed made for not there Mr. Neshilth lying on the flood witha in the future and were discharged. ed on high, ready to strike at her. She favor any amendment to the law until
long bullet hole through his head and his does not the laws have been enforced
e full extent of the damage is yet to since to rob, the store. remember how she -rained present '
- I .een. Eighteen thousand homeless Not until I 5 o'clock brains slowly oozing out in a pool( of DEATH CAME AS HE WROTE. her feet, but as she tried to getaway and the result noted. '

persona in the Wyoming valley are ing did neighbors reach yesterday the morn A blood. Close by his wife lay also shot the negro sprang at, her, she being The Record.Herald asserts that the ,. ,,;,""i!

_ Axlously watching the backward search was at once instituted scene., but In the head. Both were unconscious. Body of an Aged Man Found In Birmingham between him and the open window, new order of things has caused con

urse of the waters. there was naught to be Mr. Nesmtth died yesterday morning Lodging House. through which he had gained access sternation among the executive offl-

4 ,. Tie 'Water has receded in Paterson, it was prosecuted most gained faithfully.though at 4 o'clock Mrs. Nesmlth succumbed Birmingham, Ala., March 4.-The to the room. He made two thrusts at dais of roads centering in Chicago, .1',

2* ". :, so that the danger there practlJy Among the ashes were found the a few hours later. dead body of an aged man, H. C. her, the first missing her and the sec and all are engaged in the work of
,,r# i is over, but there were many dar. bodies of Schrenk and Carter. The Here and there over the rooms were Pearce by name, was found seated in ond grazing her left shoulder and Inflicting d'cleanlng house" Hurried consultations \ :

F )cues of persons who had stayed body of Schrenk lay where the cash spots of blood and; on the clothing ot a little room In the third story of the a wound. The negro then rushed have resulted in the decision that "

v g\ ,, flooded houses drawer had been located, that of Carter the baby were blood stains that Indl Stewart building a cheap lodging to the window, blowing out the all associations and organizationswhich 1\\' :

many mills were damaged that was In the rear room. By his side cated the efforts of the mother 'to house on Avenue B. lighted lamp in the room, and. made are In violation of the laws

0'' operatives are thrown out of lay a burned Winchester rlflo. reach her child In her extremity. It is The man bad probably been dead for his escape. involved must be done away with and I.:

k for an Indefinite time. The coroner and deputy sheriffs visited supposed that plr, Nesmith shot his two or three weeks as the body was every effort made to show the com i
wife and then killed .GAME WHEN mission that the
himself. TRAP FELL. roads band.
'Passaic six men are reported to the scene. An inquest was held, beginning to decompose. On a tableat purpose '
', been carried down wtth a bridge, but nothing was developed.. which he tat was a letter which he ling traffic free of all pools. agree. #
h was washed'away. The current .PICKPOCKETS IN CHURCH. was evidently writing' at the time Burglar Johnson Faced Death Withouta meets or cut rates. II

swift that It was Impossible to WRECK ON' SEABOARD. death overtook him and In which he Tremor. Unless the commission insists upon ;'II t'
_ '.. 'm.r Three Minister Are Victimized at was asking some unnamed relative for Raleigh, March 3.-One of the pluck. it, nothing will be done with the west t .

: \d 'towns In almost all sec. Freight and Passenger Train Collide. Baptist Tabernacle. aid.The lest prisoners who ever met a well. era trunk line committee at present ._: t.

.4t w York ana In New Eng. Several Injured. Atlanta March 5.-A gang of professional other rooms In the 'house are deserved fate on the gallows was nor with the yarlous passenger associations ,\ ,

t jq 1'8. suffered heavy damage to Elberton Ga., March 3.-A head-on pickpocket composed ot occupied by foreign wage workers. The Johnson, the white man hanged at ,! which are in violation. of the "' I/t ;

. : '& rnm\,1 'nd delayed trains were re- collision occurred yesterday on the mon and women made their appearance old gentleman, for his clothes showed Asheville Wednesday for burglary. Sherman law. "\.I I '
ou Seaboard Air Line railway Just 4 miles !, In the Baptist Tabernacle yesterday I him to have been a man of gentle He said he had much rather die than Similar action, will be taken by the '1ft-,1:
afternoon while the Bible serve a life sentence In the lines east of Chicago and "
[r many years have the mails out from Klbeiton. conference surroundings, was probably unable to peniten bureaus in ,.. /W'
C New York been so delayed as An extra freight, No. 512, and vest! was holding a session and before make them understand his necessities tlary. He really appeared glad to die. the charge of Chairman Tucker will I.,'
they left they succeeded in rifling the The The authorities here and elsewhere probably be abolished. Railroad officials '
the I ; officials
: last three and a half days. bUle No. 41, ran Into each other both are looking for his rela.
--. pockets of three ministers of the goa tlves. made all sorts of efforts to ascertainhis are not a unit regarding the char. )
running at the rate of 35 miles
; 0 WRECK ON L. AND N. hour. pel.This real name. All efforts failed. He acter of action necessary, but a large'' '1
sacrlilglous as well as felon PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS. once had the name Wilson. He was number of them believe that all or ,
Freights Superintendent E. Berkeley was In ous act was partly witnessed by Dr. wanted for murder in the Indian Territory ganizatlons should be done away t
Collide-One Man Killed the: cab on the freight 1
was badly Broughton pastor of the Tabernacle Postmasters Named In Several Southern and in Florida, and in the latter with!: as if everything Is to he handled .
Three Injured. hurt. He
,, was brought to Elbeiton on who chanced to state there was $1,000 on tariff schedules
see the gang when State.. reward out. there will belittle '
ishyille, Tenn., March 4.-A colli. a Pullman sent for him. they came Into the church and when Washington March 4.-The presl standing for him. Such are the recelv ) use for associations ,
t {yesterday afternoon between two Will Jerrett a negro flagman i Guer.ry .
they robbed one of their victims. dent has sent the following nomlnatlona ed statements.He .
.( 'lit trains at Pulaski 80 miles Hall engineer on 41 and Flagman
Pickpockets are said to do very bold to the senate: was by profession a safecracker, FIREBUGS BURN COURTHOUSE.
ere on the Louisville ando Murray were the others Injured. Flag. acts but it is the first time that evera Postmastei and declared lie was born In northern .

road delayed traffic two man Murray received Internal Injuries, gang of thieves operated in a churchIn Georgia-McRae. Albert J. McRae. Ohio, but that his last home was In Building and Valuable Records De
and caused the death of one though the physicians think he may the Indian Territory. .,._...,
Atlanta in the broad daylight and Tennessee-South Plttsburor._. Robert_ stroyed at Dacatur, -
and the injury of three others. recover while A. Patton. nq At almost the Chattanooga March "
religious services were going on. last moment he refused 4.": A special to
'ohn(lead; Engineer Hall was close to the Louisiana-Plaquecnlne, Alexander to tell his name, saying it woulddo The News from Decatur, Tenn., the ;
Hartley, fireman. freight rounding a curve before he saw SAVANNAH IN DARKNESS.Fire Salomon. no good. county seat of Meigs county, says that '

.The injured: It. He at once put on the brakes, North Carolina-Lexington, J. O the courthouse at that place was '
Joe Zanone, engineer called to his fireman and Jumped beIng Walser TO GO burned to the
J. Near Power House Destroy the UNDER HAMMER. ground at S o'clock thismorning.
: '" H. Martin conductor. ,badly though ,not seriously hurt Wires, Breaking Circuit. The senate confirmed the following There Is no doubt that the ,,

.,;.oo. 1 Robert Wilson, brakeman by the Jump. The fireman escaped Savannah March 5.-Savannah was nominations: Abraham Lincoln' Birthplace Will Be fire was of Incendiary origin but no ,

N'' The. northbound train. was attempt. uninjured. The freight crew also ahoruded in darkness last night. Save Orraond Stone Charlottesville, Va., Sold for Taxes. one Is yet under suspicion. .
wg"t pass on; the main track, but the uropacl without injury. for those of a very restricted sectionof member of the board of visitors Unit. HodgenvUle, Ky., March 1.-Tha The courthouse was built about: 15 ,
4 witch for some unknown reason, was Both engines were completely{ demol- the city all the electric lights were ed, States naval observatory. birthplace of Abraham Lincoln near :years ago and was a commodious brick
turned wrong and the train ran' in on Ished. as tfere\ several. cars and the structure. With
out. Not Postmaster Its
only were the arc lights on : Hodgenvllle,. is advertised at sheriff'ssale contents It was ,
k a ,siding where the southbound train rack was torn up for some distance. the Alabama valued at about $25,000.
streets dark, but Incandescent -C. F. Rankin, Brewton. for taxes.A The value of
.c was standing. lights in houses were without current Navy:: few years ago the place promisedto the records destroyed cannot be estimated '
Both engines were wrecked. WORK ON EXTENSION BEGINSOn The trouble occurred at about 8:30: Captain P. H. Cooper, rear admiral,' be a property upon which the government but Including the destroyed

.4. The killed and. Ibjured were on the o'clock when a fire broke out in Yam. Captain G. H. Wadleigh, rear admiral. would spend thousands of dollars deeds and other valuable papers. this '

I moving train. the Line from Tallulah Fall to acraw, near the power house. The but it was bought by a companyof feature of the loss Is more' serious than

Franklin N. C. flames melted the wires that ran from PHILIPPINE TARIFF BILL. eastern capitalists with the Intention the destruction of the building. "
"". DOCTOR FACES GRAVE CHARGE. Demorest, Ga., March 4.Work on the power house and the current was of making it a public 'park. This

riBr ,, the extension of the Tallulah Falls broken. House Votes on Adoption of Confer scheme fell through when the cabinin WIRELESS TELEPHONY. '
Accused of Betraying Insane Girl In railway from: Tallulah Falls to Franklin A minstrel performance was in progress nee Report. which Lincoln was born was carriedto '

I I \ <.*. North Carolina. N. C., will begin this week, the at the theater when the lights Washington March 5.-When the Central park, in New York city M. Ducrotet French Electrician, Talks :

I Raleigh March 4.-Dr. W. J. Clantz, contract for the first 5Ya miles having went out. The show was practically house met today the pending question The place has been uncared for and of HIs Invention. '

h : who for a long time has been one of been let. broken up, as the gas formed but a I was on the adoption of the conference has gradually gone down until its value New York, March 4.-E.. Ducrotet, .
t r the most highly esteemed citizens of The entire extension of over 40 miles poor substitute. report upon the Philippine tariff Is not more than enough to meet the the French electrical. engineer, has ,

,1 ',\ Buncombe county Is now under a U"I' I will be, it Is expected, completed within bill. On a rising division the vote taxes on it.Gage made the followIng tntAmAnt concern. .

600 bond. and faced with a very serious the year. Killing In Lee County, Ala. stood ayes 66, nays 65. lug the system of wireless telephony .

\ charge. Work on the new depot 'at this Opellka, Ala. March 5.-A killing Messrs. McCall of Massachusetts: and Party In Florida.St. which he has Invented, says a Paris '

The crime of which ha Is accused Is place will also be commenced In a few has occurred on the farm of T. J. Meatwole, of Minnesota, and Little. Augustine, Fla March 3.-Hon. dispatch to The Journal and American :
bertyalng an insane girl and taking weeks. The proposed removal of the Whatley near Opellka. Sam Matthews field, of Maine Republicans voted with Ljrnian' J. Gage, of New York former :

her to a western city where It is said depot from-Its present site on Georgia shot Link Dallas. It seems from the the: Democrats against the adoption of secretary 'of the treasury, arrived here "The academy of science acknowl. .. '

they remained for some time. street to the new site on Main street reports that Matthews had had, trouble the: report. Mr. Payne, the majority yesterday with. a party of friends including edges the value of my; Invention. When
Dr. Clantz makes little denial of the gives almost universal satisfaction and with other people's cows eating leader then demanded the ayes and Mr. and Mrs. William Rockefeller the Instruments are put down deep In

I accusation and declares It 'Is an at. will be of great advantage to local his cotton seed, and becoming exasperated nays and the roll was caUed. Miss Rockefeller, Miss Hawley, the earth messages can be transmitted ,

tempt at blackmail. manufacturers. A new side track will shot a cow. Dallas heard the Mrs. North and James Stillman. the over enormous distances. Wireless ,

I A warrant was Issued for him a few be put in and the new depot will be shot.and. seeing the trouble, thought Texas Independence Pay. well known New York banker. After telephone messages can be transmited .

:' days after his return from the west modern In style and a credit to the it was his cow and came to. the scene Houston Tex.. March 4.Texas In. a stay at the Ponce de Leon the party through sea from shore to shorn :

and he surrendered himself. road. with his shotgun and a quarrel ensued. dependence day was generally observ. will proceed down the coast and visit or between ships. The voice Is transmitted '

4 His bail was fixed at first at 10000.. Matthews says ha did not shoot Dal. ed yesterday as 'a holiday. The formal other Florida resorts. Their stay in without the least difficulty and

S They Want Perry To, Run. las until he had been knocked down e-xerclses were confined to the public the south is expected to extend the most delicate articulations reach ,'
t H. WHITES AND BLACKS.BATTLE.: Buford Ga., March 4.-Many votersin several times. Matthews is now In schools. At Huntsville the grave of through several states the ear." ; '

o this section of the county are urg the hands of Sheriff/ lIod e. Sam Houston was strewn with flowers I ;

Fatal. Fight In Guilford County, North ing Hon. J. A. Pdrry, of Lawrence- At Austin the university students observed Florida Capitol Is Wrecked. Found Dead on Highway. ,I

:. Carolina. villa to stand for re-election to the Policeman Behind Bars. the day with a set program. At Tallahassee, Fla., March 1.-During Sandusky, 0., March 4.-Colonel C 'c '

Raleigh. March 1.-Seymour Shaff- next general assembly. Mr. Perry Waycross. Ga. March 5.-Matt RobInson Waco the cornerstones for two new a heavy wind and rain storm the south M.< Kevea.. aired 00., a politicIan and 9,.,.* .

ner, a young white man. who with aerved In the last legislature with distinction I a policeman. hat, 'been arrested buildings for Baylor college were laid. wall of the extension of the state capl, mer steward of the State Hospital for '

several companions, went to the house being the youngest memberof here charged with complicity In the governor Sayres was present and tol three stories high was blown out Epileptics at Galllpolia, was found dead

.'. of John Hubbard a negro, In Guilford that body save one. If Mr. Perry Plant system car robbery. In default made an addreis. The two buildingsare and completely demolished. The wall on the roadside this morning. He was

,, county, for the purpose of beating or should decide to enter the race he will of $500 bond he was placed in jail. to cost $140,000. was very heavy and the crash shook sitting beside a wire fence with no

s\ killing a negro in the house, was himself receive a handsome vote in this part Large quantities of goods were found Coal buildings for several blocks around. marks of violence. His valuables were
'...A shot and killed. of the county. hidden In a horse stable at Robinson'smother.ln.law's Company Leaiea Land Negroes thought it was a violent earthquake untouched and he was partly undress: ',
Birmingham Ala. March (
( \ -' This was only part or a general row home 4 miles from executive ".-The and fell to praying. No one ed. He was on the way to meet his

: between drunken whites and negroes. Raided Blind Tigers. town. Her son says Robinson paid trustees of committee the of the board of was In the building at the time but the wife at a social gathering when miss t ,

'u i $ One of the> latter was shot and his fall Tlfton, Ga., March 1.-Tlfton's police him $4 to haul the goods there and has University of Alabama night watchman and he wall unhurt. ed.
ratified the lease of 1,200 acre of _ _
? bury them.
was the signal for a shot which killed made a raid on the bllrd tigers coal lands to ,'
Shaffner. Hubbard in Tlfton the Galloway Coal com Killed By Live Wire. Boy Perish In
and his wife are operating and as a result one The Burning House.
--. in Jail, charged with the killing of white man and two negroes were LaGrange Dispensary Fight. county pany. and will lands are In located In Bbb Jacksonville, Fla., March 3.-William Clarkvllla Tenn., March 1.-Two ,I t'

; -.. Shaffner., The negroes and the whites caught. Mayor Boatrlght fined the LaGrange,. Ga., March ".Judge exclusive bring $4.000 per an Stone, a young white man employed sons of Mr. and Mr*. Wullam Stone
num, of
., in the section where the fight occurred white man ItO or 60 days one negro, Harris has turned down the injunction reach a* high as royalties which may by the city; electric light plant was of Caldwell county. Ky, aged 12 and ;

tried to keep It quiet and wantedno who was acting' as agent for another, proceedings against the dispensary $10,000 per annum. killed by an electric shock Saturday 14 years, respectively, were locked In I

action taken. $16 or 30 days. Both have not paid Exceptions, however have been filed morning about 11 o'clock, received by a room while their parent went away .
Steel I Is
their fines and are working out sen to his rulings, a supersedeas has been Sheffield, Ala. March Bought. him while engaged In cleaning an arc so the lads could not go skating./ 'The '
Another Old-Time Minstrel Die. tences. One of the negroes has not granted and the Injunction will go bya Johnston light on Riverside avenue near the resIdence caught fire and the boys; I. ,
president of the
Hot Springs Ark., March 4.-Billy been tried yet.Wheaton's fast bill to the supreme court. The lag Mill bas Sheffield Roll. residence of J. N. C. Stockton. Stone were burned to death. 'The mother
Rice, another of the old.time minstrelmen fight for and against a dispensary hu. company returned from was found lying on the ground where reached home a* the roof Was falling 4 '
New York
where he
has Just died at this place. This Battery Has Reunion. not been as hot as the one in Rome, of made the purchase he fell and It Is supposed that all and was fatally burned while trying Ii '

tI makes the fourth death among the famous Savannah. March Veterans of but has been just as determined. worth of steel something billets to over be used 1100,000 III his I death, wag instantaneous. to reach her sons. 1 : V

., burnt cork performers within the Chatham Artillery, known duringthe mill here In the making of S
; hoops >nd Florida
two weeka. First/ it was Billy West civil war as Wheaton's light battery Colonel Charters Announce. I Postofflees. I Drilling for Oil In Mississippi. 1
ties. The mill I Is
runhlng full ... .
for .
Washington March ,
then Billy Emerson next Johnny had a reunion at Tybee Island Dahlonega. Ga., March 5.-Colonel I 3.-W. H. Casen I Jackson. Miss., March 4-A number 2'

.. Queen and now Billy Rice. Rice had Saturday afternoon. Superintendent W. A. Charters of this place, has formally Corpse In Derelict has been appointed postmaster at Hll- of oil drilling experiments ar* being t, '

., been lost sight of for years but in his Clement Saussy, of the Tybee railroad. announced himself a candidate Victoria, B. C. March Rigging. lard, Nassau county, Fla. The post. made in the southern part of the tate. l '
day an* ttmn he was at the top of the was the host, and the occasion was his for[ re-election as solicitor general of observer at Point marina department baa issued tq,. WU- At Wilson Springs a well haa been t '
ladder. celebration of the fortieth anniversaryof the northeastern circuit subject (o the Carmanah reports lam Worth his commission as postmaster bored a distance of over 1,200 feet and J
sighting a derelict .
.his enlistment In Wheaton's but Democratic primary. The present In. schooner awash sailing at Englewood Fla. He was a company has Just been organized for "
Eterhazy Seen In New York. tery. dications are that Colonel Charters will with her mainmast appointed postmaster several days ago the purpose of boring for oil at Cler- "
New York, March ".Major Ferdi have no opposition.Jail cone and sails dragging in the sea, and the commission was Issued under mont City in Hancock county. "... "j,
nand Walsln Esterhazy who confess. Petition for Dispensary. What was thought to be a corpse was date of Feb. 24Marconi's. .
seen In the
: ed that her forged the Dreyfus borda-, Forsyth Oa., March 1.-A petitionis Bird Take Flight. DeWet Shot In Arm. I' ,

-. reau, has according to The Herald, being circulated calling for an election Greensboro Ga.. March 4.-The largest Latest Triumph. London, March 4.-A dispatch from ',
1s. been seen 'In this city. Ha is said to1* on the dispensary question for jail delivery that has ever occur. Destructive Fir at "Floamton. New York, March 1.-Mr. Marconi,' larrlsmlth, Orange River colony, .c I
Flomaton Ala. says 1' t
1" have spent twohoura In a Broadway Monroe county.* A sufficient number red in this county was accomplished March 3.-Fir* at who arrived on the Philadelphia today' that Boer prisoners report that General '
this place
-" restaurant' in animated conversation of signatures hare already been obtained Sunday night. With the aid of outside early this morning completely announced that during his whole trip DeWet was shot In the arm dine ,J

with a young man and woman. Ester., and it is expected that an election parties, six prisoners regained their destroyed railroad the Louisville and Nashville across the Atlantic be was able to talk lag the recent attempt to break \t', ,I:I",%' "

hazy was shabbily dressed and hia will be held at an early
ieaturvt were extremely thin. settle the qu utloo. were to have been tried next week. and several small, telegraph building odea hotel I virtually without any bridging difficulty the up to 2,099 miles, the New Zealanders in the vicinity of ...1)' ','.;
o. . larrlsmith and VanReenEn. 'i:,;". '

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. t s THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLU.",\ a 1 ''Alt'' 'H 7, 1! 02ME ,

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t SUNDAY SCHOOL.) Miami Happy and Prosperous okckokokokok ; o o'o ';;toK M o to ro toiito to to ItO toHoktooktooktT3s5 ; o I 8 DU 8oing! "

t ,' t r+,, LESSON X, FIRST QUARTER INTERNATIONAL Capt. Irvine Mather, of Miami, spent Ma.t X To Rtohmoiftl,-'-Washington- Baltimore \ 1 '

' '1 t l SERIES, MARCH 9.I a couple of days in West", Palm Beach i a i i Mia l> F' *"*lub a, ,JCJL t S Philadelphia'' or N".w York P (
I I this week. Speaking of the "Mag: The Seaboard Air Line Railway toilers

City" he said that there Is a very gen | \ V- of )
\ the choice two elegatat
1'I'.t' of the Ls. 1 Mmorr V....., 3-C-Golden Text, e.al movement in real estate, large I House ? | We ship a 4 Jon of Good Whiskey, g dally trains, the Metropolitan>( Limited -

Aces ..III, 4-C.ta. ._..." than any previous year since the open. and the Seaboard! Kant Mail..
I \ fcr n..... D. H .t........ ing of the town. I ex. charges prepaid, for $3.00. Other | Let tit Augustine( at 8 ::55 a.

h 1 k,10: tOopjrrlght 100J. by American Pr- "'-Anaalatlan. "The large m-mber of tourists from I THOS. x whiskies, $2.50 to'; $7.00 per gallon. i 0 p, m, Leave Jaekeouvl I

Wi h 8. "Aa for Saul he made havoc of the Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin another < ... m, or 7:40: p. ,m. .
I Northwestern States" said lie, o An 8-year-old brand bottleding the
church. The lUvlaed Yemloa that ,
'; says
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;& he laid waste the church but our Lord "is very noticeable, and some of them | \ JlrI. -- 1.00
\ l'r' ,, had Bald "The gate of hell ,hall not have made heavy investments. either I bond, age strength purity and; quan- !j t I Stop (her PrWIeges : r
lt prevail against it" (Matt xvi 18)). Su Intending to settle at Miami, or for
\ I '" that this Imprisonment of Christians and I i iIs ; tity guaranteed by the U. S. gov't,, per o d' .4*
I winter hornet. or investment Mr. Hunter < wad by' the Seaboard ,. tt
power of Haul and the authorities over i
them did not really hurt the church anymore one of the 'Thirty-six veterans' 01 s { case of 12 bottles, $15.00. g Line Railway on Winter 'CD ers A ATt4kett.
I' than the furnace or the lions Carnegfe Steel of Pius.! <> prepared to i oo
i Bury: the Company, dtb
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and' and ,
Imported Domestic Wines 'i
Daniel and his friends.
hurt; burgh Pa., whose wife was a Miss and
,'," ,t' 4. Therefore they that were scattered the Pliipps (the Phippa family being largely! o promptly Brandies at close figures. v |hon| +'
abroad went everywhere preaching t ; ?
," 1(' I interested In the Carnegie Company) it manner. Est ( \ Call on The Tropical Real EstaV'wo "H, a'i
:,t. word 80 the disciples could say to o j A 17-year-old Whiskey bottled In bond o
Saul and his company as Joseph said to and who is a millionaire himself, V on < change brfota price, ou real***' ad%|f 111 r| .'. L' '

i p, his brethren "Ye thought evil against bought last week, a lot from Townley $2.00 per bottle; not less than 4 bottles sold. g ,. of lij
It unto good to save o description. j jK jxw
t,: me, but God Bros., on the Boulevard, for t,6it cash Terms cash with order. g I pa
den. 1 Whenwe
!! \E much people alive" ( I. 20)) '
are persecuted and In the midst of upon which he will erect a palatial win. o .. Fred Bactoanri \ '

'" I trial It seems very difficult to see any ler home. This Is only one of many simIlar 1 MIAMI CLUB BAR I .! ,
I i iK .
t i r'I', good In It, and not to see our persecutors, transaction. The lack of house West Palm PARLOUS' PAtM' BEACH HOT* 0
God and Is quiet because '
I but faith lie sees controls only all people and all for rent both large and small under | Miami Florida. | Hotel dunnta and Cottnwr will find 1Class er
I which Hiamf has labored In the o Service. and Itnuaomihlft. Twins get (p
events. These scattered preachers of past o o o .o o o Opposite Po8to/Jlce/ 'Phone 92 Your putrininice la nollclteil. '
< good tidings were not the apostles, but all will no longer be a stumbling block i in PALM BEACH, HOTEL PALM BE etc
except the apostles (verse 1)), and they the growth of the town, or keep away Q hij i
were Just the Lord's messengers with the o o.o o o9eo7soAO3solloltolsokoAoNONotgo'NotooStoitolloSto7io'No9g i
of small who wish. to
Lord's message (Hag. I. 13)). If all believers tourists means
( now were ready to tell to others spend the winter there During the pMt I D. M. OEADRIDEAUr ',

the love and grace of God telling ills few weeks a number of cottages have .PALMS SHAVING -y" ;
salvation from day to day (Ps. lsd 1, IB. been begun and a still greater numberare Build\ flB
2-1)). how soon the gospel might be preached Organs Sewing Machines Firsuclass. i Tonsorlo work by / v ;
I to every creature! under contract for erection during Move .Oldlt..lla\JI..." .
,\ 58. "Then Philip went down to the the' Spring and Summer. Work on the direct from the Factory SHOP UNDER HOTEL PALMS. P

r ..... city of Samaria and preached Christ unto new hotel Halcyon Hall, at the corner The Celebrated Schubert,Ftono, with Mandolin Attachment. ': Wast falirt Raaolw rio.' Yat
,, '
..,_ tbotn." Philip was the second 'of the of Avenue B and Twelfth Street will The Conover Pianos the Cable Pianos, [It 'a
l seven who had been appointed to ministerto and Shop work, The Klngsbuty Pianos the Wellington Pianos
also begln'shortly, positive assurance
i'1 I,;< that the Stephen needy in had things been temporal so honored, and now and is given that Mr. Flagler will this .Repai The,Chicago Cottage Organ Prices, in twenty-nine styles.At W. H ARTS;but
i i the Very Lowest and on Liberal Terms.
Is also honored the Lord'smessenger. make addition to the
) promoted he as Summer a large Catalogues and Prices Furnished on Application.
i If we are content to do the Royal Palm hotel, TAILORINCw
,t ordinary work of the dally life the Lord 'Miami be said to be enjoying a Instruments Taken In Exchange The Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine
will In Ills own time lead us Into greater may ,.la All Its Branches '
t service. Very helpful words. on this are boom in real estate and building but i it Call on or Need Ion and Attachment for all kinds of Sewing" M Muoa. Mall Order "'receive\ .
r .
found In II Sam. xv 15; I Chron. xxvlll. I is a steady boom on a substantial basis prompt Attention.VK'DAi"siivjTLonBA I --
,I 21. In verses 4, 12 25 we get a good Re.l estate is advancing but there is no M. J. 'y : j. w. ERICKSON' '
I those days. They PRESSINS, CLEANING,
the preaching
idea of
19 t(
preached Christ; they preached the wordof inflation of prices or tendency that wny Went. 1'1\110 '

the Lord and the things concerning On the contrary, reasonable rentals DYEING :, it +,
the kingdom of God. As Philip preached guarantee a good net dividend on the tLl
the Lord wrought with and through Investment. There is also assurance orokokokokokotlotE'okokokokokoNoStoSSO5so9go7soisoSSOlsoll O StoY Shop on Olive St.. West
aim, confirming the word with signs following A C. 0 ,
(Mark xvi, 20)). and seeing the given that the sewerage and water system It t
miracles and hearing the message the will be extended during the Sum. : 0
people with one accord gave heed, and mer in compliance with the terms of the : I G. G. Strohm Company

there was great Joy In that city. Whether franchise but as yet there is no )indication Dressed oI BICYCI
be the woman of Samaria
the messenger k
of work in that direction.

i or preached Philip the the Spirit evangelist works, and if Christ whenever Is "The truck growers in the vicinity of Shingles Doors, Sash I FAMILY GROCERIES< I WheelsJJUept In first-claes' ccdltloa.

Christ Is truly received there follows joy Miami are in a very happy frame of Mouldings. When you want to let

and peace (Ps. xv, 13)). mind owing to the good season, crop 0 a good easy-riding Wheel go J
and 0, 10.exalts The himself adversary Is always who opposes to til*front God having suffered no material damage from FORT PIERCE Fancy Food Products I

ever since he slandered God to Eve In cold this winter, and little fear is now E. PORTER In Ik1";
I Eden. Ha is seen In the willfulness and felt that there will be a killing frost tt
self assertion of Cain In the endeavor of Farmers reports large yields and the rtjr .
builders to make themselves a Grain and Provisions. r
the Babel Fair First Class Li .
coming County promises eclipse
name and in all who oppose themselvesto '.1
God and Ills truth from Cain to the anything ever seen in Dade County or Pineapple o
I one who shall exalt himself and magnify Florida, in the exhibits ot fruits and poses JEFFERSON BLOCK A Ram r

himself above every god so that be as vegetables. These movements of toma- H. 0

God,himself shall sit that in the he Is temple God of(Dan.God xl showing 86; toes and other vegetables is already 1 West m Palm Beach, Florida. r rotgof .. Wheels For Sale''.. cr i 1

II These II, 4)). This Simon, like Theu- very heavy and all indication point to .. '
das of chapter v, 80. was Just one o( the most successful season south Dade Y
the great host who magnify themselves has ever enjoye1.Ulnvestatentl II o o.o' o o o o o /o o: o o: o o.o o o oiso5goigolgo7so7so5go And General Repair Work done b '

nnd always find a following. As I writea Expert Repairer ". v
,. In Chicago whom many follow In orange groves and Geo. S. .. .
man Olive Street West:Palm BSPROE'S +
( and who seems to preach the gospel has other fruit farms are growing in South | '

Just given out that he Is Elijah. And- so Dade and that section of the country tbi\1fi;
it goes and will till Jesus comes. promises in a very few years to be one > Mulgoba Mangoes.
i 11, 12. Bewitching people with sorcery 11I'o
of the vast orchard. Many of these groves are
might possibly many Collection of Crotons in the United States. Palms EXPRESS
Pbyllantbus -
teachings of today which captivate such being planted by northern and western I ;,
multitudes. A great following Is not capitalists for investment. There Is, etc. All pot grown. Full I Line' OfCitfUS Stock

sufficient proof that the leader Is right, however, some anxiety felt by local grown on IJigh Spruce Pine; Land. Address Futolturemoved! Baggage g
few followers necessarily an evidence
nor are that the leader Is wrong. growers that the drainage and closing B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla. transferred and general
13. "Simon himself believed also was of the Everglades, as is proposed will draylng done at .reasonable

baptized, continued with Philip and wondered prove detrimental to both fruit and veg- art rates.TwoSeated.
beholding the miracles and signs" I
etable growers, In that it will remove '
The power of God Is able to break the : Carriage.Or
t hardest heart and the fact that Simon the protection South Dade DOw enjoys *. o o>toto>to ollto..o..o..o..o..o..o..o..oItO"Olto* OO Single ,
Buggy o .
it was baptized and continued with Philip against the cold winds from the north 0 .
litter he believed would seem to Indicatea and northwest For hlre'by honr or day ti 4: I

t' a 18 real to conversion.24 may Indicate The sequel however!In ,verses that "At present, however- Miami may be Doors, Sash i Place your | Leave orders at Manilla House. l)Zf \ f

said to be on a wave of prosperity, her Blinds
received the Lord HStfDon't
Simon had not truly 't ; t
i I Jesus, or they may mean that he was growth being sure and steady, and each I Iiife Insurance | u'
I not right In the matter of the gift of theM season bringing more tourists. and the :', t
Spirit. 1C he had no part In Christ, he investment of Building X
more capital. Deep water 0 '
certainly was not saved, but It Peter ;
v meant that he had no part in this gift of which the people fondly hope they WITH: :: : TiaijEiI : :: Forget : 1

; the Holy Spirit he was just iu the condition sometime obtain, would undoubtedly S-- Largest .,,
\ in which most church members are, bring in the Mallory line pf steamers to
Send for Thatwe have all }
have been in reference to at times,
and 1 It may Key West and New York, and eventual
I serving God that his heart was not right. I i Mutual Liife j a choice line ofFLORIDAAKDWESTERN \
I Simon the sorcerer is not a comfortable ly another railroad, most probably the :
study. There is much of himself from Seaboard Air Line, which is now seeking ;
first to last and little U any of Christ entrance to Southern Florida. These *t &
he believed. WOOn Of Yottk.
even 14. after."Now when the apostles which competing lines would naturally de. New |

I were at Jerusalem heard that Samaria crease freight: rates and beyond question | .
bad received the word of Ood. they sent raise Miami to the dignity of a city. Why ? | ..MEATS.tJ'

unto them Peter and John." These two There is already belief that a new Stove eae .
who prominent In the early chapters -
are so
hotel will be erected on the Key on the 1. It could out other f Live and
are still evidently the foremost Delivered to buy any company Dressed Tur-
th* apostles and specially honored other side of Biscayne Bay fronting the
( by the others. Notlco what it was the ocean where there is a beautiful beach. and have many million dollars left. ,,5 keys, Chickens Butter

people of Samaria bad received. They This would add to the attractions of Leave orders at' X Cheese Eggs Etc.
I had received the word of God and like Miami as a resort for tourists Some idea malls Avenue, near 2. It is the oldest, the largest, and the o ,
Tbesnalonians doubtless address
the ; they received or
It, not as the word of men, but as It of the growth of the Magic City in popularity strongest company in America. g ,
Is la truth the word of Oed, which effectually may be gathered from the fact J. T.

( Thess. II worketh, 13)). Our In those Lord himself who believeI said that during the month of January there # 3. It has paid as much in dividends to' x Prompt Attention to Mall Orders.

to Ills Father on the night before 'Ills were over 37,000 visitors at the various to policy holders as any other two i
ctuclfixlon "I have given unto them the hotels '
words, which Thuu gayest &Ie and they "The geographical position of Miami companies. g Faber Bro's. MarketWest

have received them" (John xvll, 8)). We as the gateway of the south also renders Auxilliary '
give' our Lord pleasure when we receive x
i Ills word. It Is to be received with it a place of some importance from a \ 5. Its premium rates are less, and its Palm Beach.

meekness and then held fast and held stategetical point of view, and there Is guarantees in cash and loans, and x
forth (Jas. 1 I. 21; Tit. I. 9; Phil.! ii. 16). ample reason to believe that the govern- t-t-ivoa

15. 10. "Who, when they were comedown ment is seriously considering the advisability i other values, larger than any other f
prayed for them that they might
receive the Holy Ghost. They were of strongly fortifying it. Makes daily 'rivalcompany. AGENCY

j 80we"bat like the apostles and other be- ---- 0o I
llcvers before Peutecoat. They had believed 2
West Palm x
were baptized and bad become Horses For Sale. 0
children of Got und temples of the Holy CONTINENTAL
ihoBt, but they had not been endued The first full car load of fine horseflesh : Insist upon seeing our plans before .,A
with\ the power which all believers need ever brought to West PaInt Beach.

to enable them to serve the living and Call early and wake your selection R, insuring" elsewhere. We will do better g PLANT COMPANY r. fl flor
true God. All who truly receive Christ A. Rouse. tf. Stopping it all :
me saved and haw become children of .. by you. | I
JoU (John i, 12)) and temples of the Holy I

Hphlt who dwells In every believer, but For Charter. ', I CF: ;OIL WILCOX.Gen'l Agt.o r Kittrell, 'N; C.
it Is possible for such to be only babes ,
and carnal (I Cor. vl. 10, 20; Ili. 1, 2)), and A twenty-foot yawl rigged craft. Suit. Steamer leaves Jacksonville, Fla. g ------
therefore the necessity of being filled able for cruising on this coast. Ad
f with the Spirit and endued with power dress or call on TUB TROPICAL SON for at x 'PLANT ,
i ,, ; t to live the life of faithful testimony. further Information ,. arrives at I J. W. Agent. Uabbage. Tomato a... C.Urr Plants, : '
} 17. "Then laid they their bands on ... X 0 1
them and they received the Holy Ghost" CABJTATION PINKS
1 r Having prayed (verse 13)). they now with WANTED:-Australian Pine Seedlings. o o o o o o o o o o o' o o o o o o o o o.o7so7toiso X A Specially, .(::;
expectation lay bands on them, and the Will pay five cents each for fair sized!
i special gift of the spirit is received. So plants.-W. C. SNEDEN, Round-Trip Fare, W. handle 0, 1Taber Roses .and Glen Plowoortnll' Pleats lor''d'
also did Paul at Ephesus (chnpter-li,
Wave!and, Fla. a 28 at A share of
C, 6)). Our Lord's words, "Ak, and It ... your.p.ttonage.ohclttd| @ Y,
+ A' shall be given yon'* are In connection ,.
Cleaning, and
r with these other "How much more shall Repairing Pressing A. N B.-Finest blue FOR THE SUN MAII. OHDSRS PBOSTPTLY: PIU.KD .. .r
O Bain, Scbmid Block Clematis Avenue 1 ...
Father the Address
J :your: heavenly give Holy Spirit on Lake Worth. PRANK CUrE

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Pro tr... ia the Itqlldlnic of IUslI- '' PAUl, C. JONES W. C. MINNICK
y wr <. the Country. o ,

; TO BUILD HIGHWAYS. The Influence of the mechanical steed p CONSTRUCTORS: OP 0 MINNICK
-- on our civilization Is bas!\exeinplllloi I JONES &

r rtal Tri .... Completely Kqnl*. in tile growth and Improvement of the i Pleasure
Modern RoudtnakIl. . nrluas'the Southern that stretches between, two oceans and mt> t u a .

Ie Iving I.rnatlon... includes[ within its boundary nearly all Vapor Marina Motors. BuildingContractors '
' the climates' and physical! characteristics o
' a re had boon a larger expend,! er J. D. 0. MORRIS Agent o'o '
of a mighty continent, have been ,
,, ]bile funds for the betjeitaeuflfhtgUwn.VH +
during the year fbat slowly evolved front the almost Indistinguishable West Palm Beach, Florida! 0oilolloio71oS1o1ao7toiloAO'rtoleo7so7aoo7doito7so7so Only the Best of Mechanics '
trail of the pioneer sat-
than In nny previous five years tiers[ into roads of high engineering' >to7do7toSeo3aokoleo X '
M-lcrfn Contracts
history, says the Flilladelorth kill and achievement, says Ouiiton's Employed on Our
American. The aggregate .
Magazine. The American
country '
t f; ; of expenditures mounted Into roads have lagged In the develop- Do You Want aWe
]v Ulona. Public Btmtlment favor- i'
4 > ( I ment of the nation's material growth WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
fr tter highways baa developed so and expansion' until within the past STEAMBOAT, ? : V;
d. that It have them to Belland If we have '
: hna been difficult to keepbet few years. With the exception of none on hand toult w..can build
the various International, na(1 the few old postronds, established in juBto what you want: : .

ailed state conventions which colonial days, when tbe stagecoach We are also PreparedTo tlG. -
to the
promote cause
was the only vehicle for
r erest has shown Itself comfortable Furnish___
not only travel, there wero not more than two BELL
rg fanners, good roads enthnslVKOLIEB or three country highways of passable Pumping Outfits for Irrlgat n-. W. S.

physical, condition, summer and winter,
a score of years ago In the United
for in
Write or call on us Anything
States. Our Line that you need. Contractor and BuilderWEST
4l, -r- Military roads were the earliest in ex- : "

isteuce In all countries, and the protective Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. -' f' .
necessity of baring different partsof :
tile empire joined together by high JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville t.. ,

ways over which an army could be The erection and repairing of Buildings of all descriptions given personal I :
quickly moved inspired most of the 12.2. PI\OPRIBTOa Marine Railways attention PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED jff

great engineering feats in roadbulld- I ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly !J )'
tng ot the past. This factor had littleor done. References given if desired. ]

no Influence In American industrial o. A. c. c. CUTTBELLMANGONIA Residence on Evernia Street, near Lake Front. P. O. Box. .:'361. ''f
PALE 1-8-tf .
life. Our boundaries did not abut l e
those of powerful nationswith whomwe '
? I gut +' might at any time wage war: con BOAT WORKSC' :

sequently no thought of establishinglines 1,.; '

of fortifications, connected by' C. CUTTHELL'! Manager. Want aHouse ''I"
'\ ,'\
military highways, ever entered the i ,< ';
heads of our most warlike legislators or Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker.
presidents. Military roads were not Built ? jf,\f,
Features of our national development j \
and, though potent factors in the MARINE RAILWAYS Y ,1'

'I" ,tllti"etle AT WORK. growth of many European states, they II. T. Grant, Contractor and Builder, Is prepared to give \\Fri: !.

officials, but also among were almost nil in American history. and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake, prompt service and satisfactory work to any one need. ,

?-I Gn@I a great trunk line railt The modern roadbulldlng movement ing anything in the construction line. \ ,J; ,.
: la attributed to the bicycle and automobile at MAN GONIA.}

t a "good ,roads special," but It must be said that it was Estimates .Tarnished on New or Old 'Work Call on or address t \
luded recently Its first run rather the' conditions of the times H T. GRANT /'\;
Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer. .
Southern railway system _which were ripe for the change, tbat ,
,_je south, making ten stops at made the popularity of these mechanic s*T All Work Done. With Neatness and Dispatch. 6-6-1902 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

nt centers, including ikrmlnglontgomery al steeds. Railroad construction had SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY tl-l-oa
Atlanta Greenville, almost reached its limit important IM '
;; aton and other points. 'was the trunk: lines were already parallelingeach fl'e'LLBY

+ wtli> of the first international other so that they cut disastrously JHMESBUILDER
oads congress/ which was held at Into each others profits and the most TIME TABLE '' -'J

Juron; Mich., late last year., This important parts of the country were : ,

tat congress of Rood roads pea joined together by the ribbons of steel. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. tl

called together at the nugges- Railroad stocks were declining in value WEST PALM BEACH, ." FLORIDA
"good roads" senator of profits were becoming reduced, and I-B-tf
S. Earle of Detroit. Del- capital was chary of Investing In new Pen.auoln. Now Ortean. and Mobile s''
,I from a score of states and nearly enterprises! of this character. No fI No 4 No.2 Na 8 No. l No.IS7i yf&x '".
province of Canada were pres. What the country needed was more I l'lw
U' a P :ua Lti..vo..... ....I'.o.ocol" 1'1'lve a OOu nn
ore .is where tbo'"good roads 'cedera country roads leading from H 1i0.. 2 21t p 1 02 u .................,. Flonuth.n..Leave. 2 1111.. It 110( P T:1n I' E.
had its birth and soon after farms, mines and producing lands. For 11 (10.. 4 2ltl' 2 as a ........................ M ubll......................... 12 110 P 1:1: I a I' IS 00n I' TO ALL INTERESTEDPeninsular
1 months In the ......... Ml: I' T 110 U ............. 8W 01.811....................... M OJ I'_ T 2.1 a_........._..
'fI+ iident/ W. H. Moore of the National year the great agricultural w'
cod I toads association of Chicago be. sections; were ehnt off from the Pnn.aeola, St. loul' Cincinnati and LOll 1..111.i* :[;. -TI-::: : '

,, his arrangements for the opera. railroads by almost Impassable country No.:.! No. No. l No.8

3 Is of the special. This train start- roads.located Mills streams and manufacturing water that plants furnish -II--Olt 1.12-8a pL."............................ Pen....., .......................... ..-4 00 p -n-00 Electric Constriicliou! ,r
from New Orleans early last spring on or e s 80 p Arrive ..... Mont ronery. .. Leave 11 0 85 p o
4 worked its way north to Chicago, excellent motive power could not ii 3 : a 12p .. .. :::.:::::::. ::.Dlrmtnghaln.::::: :.::: : 1a : 40ap t
market their products In winter. The :I 80a H'" 20. ..... ........................... .I. iSp :J 4 45a720a11a9n .
king a dozen stops by the way for ... .. .. '
the1 purpose Of constructing a Sample logging camp. and the mining companies 7905 180p__:::::::: :: :.: ::: oul.vllln.9:: I :: : : IA gP COMPANY ,

1 of good roads and showing bow'essen. '.were likewise helpless in winter. Pen Hanoi* and Jaok.onrllle.No. .
IS NOW to the of the of West
open patronage public
Thus for of the
tial to their building Is the use of modern a good portion year the
country commerce was paralyzed and 21 No. II No Atop' where Time I. Not Shown. No. :2 No. !22 Palm Beach and vicinity
roadmaklng machinery, with which Dally D..lly' Dully Dully

'the train was completely equipped. the producing centers were cut off from '11"ii j p ""T T; a I............ ............ P"n.....;,'la ...:.a.;' ..........Arrive 1o iifi'P T121ap ;';);;; Electric Construction of All Kiuds.
t One of the most remarkable pieces of be: world. Tl2a: ...... ..... ...... ......... nob".I"...................... .... 1087p .i00p
w 1:1: 20.. T Sae .............. .. .................Ynl".tr.. ...... ... ...,.... ..... .......... 10 84p 6 01 p. Annum tore Call neill, Burg-lar and Fire Alarm Syatom: a Specialty,
the earth excavatorand
apparatus was 1:1: Iii T I7a .........................m..EHrlulll..a.. ......... ..........................10 8:1 II 117
elevator. This machine was drawn SENATOR. EARLE'S' ,SCHEME. 1:1: 11/\/ a a T 24 a......... ........ .............111..".&....................... ............... 10 2H P P II 411 p P ALL WORK UUtRANTKED.
', 1489a: 727a.: .........::................ ; ...................................... 10 Itl P a40 P
mules and would take
by eight pairs of How Ito Would geoare Good Roads 1:1 I'll s T 114.. ...............H""l')1.................... ........... ..... 10 In p IS P Offices in Jefferson Block, 10-18-tf
dirt from the side of the road and Country. l:1l'1MIi: T 8tl a .. .................... ..Allltllu... ... .. ............. 10 lOp a J1: P .
In Thl- 1 NOS ...... ....... ................. Ooud 1 Runge... .r. ............. .... .. 4. as/ '
middle of P P. O. West Palm Beach FU.ac .
move it and spread it In tbe The unique figure in tbe "good roadsworld' l'nil.. II 140. .......................... Holto. .........:'....... .. ...... IIlInp 394. ,
t %proposed road at the rate of four It ::10.. IIlM.: ....................... ..... I\IIIIIK..n .............i...................... 20 P a i r420a :
Is State Senator Earle of De- : : Nana'. .._ .. .. ............... .f'-tvl..w........1................ 111IIp" OOp ", ..."- ._ .;
cubic yards per minute under favorable troit. lie was at one time connected 8 011 8 II al a ........ lr'ILn,1' ............................ ..... II an p II 114 P ;r .: X
conditions. By means of this tua- II 23a II 1111.) .......... .. ..... Mo..y Head ...a.w.w 8 40
with the department of good roads inquiries 40Ita. U2aa.: .. .. .. .. .... ... ..D..I-.II..kMI.rhllf...... ...... ...... IIIHp P a4op
chine and several gangs of men, together Washington as an experts 41Na 0N4a ..............?.....,......Argyle..a.............. .............. T44p 2'J8p: : '
with road rollers, stone crushers 440. 1147... .... .......... .. ....,1'.,nc.Ou. r.en n............ .. .... TIIOp' 2/1Np .
which office he was obliged to relinquish Ii Ulla IU 110 a ....... ............ .. .. w..tvilh ........,..... ....... .. JMp 11101 ANNOUNCEMENT!
and othersnpparatus the expert road- upon his election to the senate. 11 11M a 10 on" ..... ..........................,..:.e..ryvlllo.. .. ...................... ..... .7 111 P 1 42 P P
builders on this trip at one point made lie has scheme which If put Into II 1111 a l0 : ... ...................... ..IIII.LV......'............................... T CIO P 1:10: p
a half a mile of good road In ten hours. practice a would soon bring the millennial ( 3 005 84)11 19 ::...::.:::: :::::::::.::.:::::.n..Cottanllnle.:::: ('hlpirv:; .:..:':":.::. ::::.:::.::....:.:: a 0 4H 2ap12 12 g" C '
4 roads ... ..... ... ... ... ..... We wish the public to know that we now
The work of this drat good T ( ) .. ...... .. ..M..rlllllnu.. .. A0Np120ap are
special was so successful and the Illinois dawn North of good American.roads, says In the explain.Philadelphia T 80 a i t 40a.. .... ........... ........Brand Cyl...Ridge'... ................... ..... 14Mp II HilaH supplied with a full line of
7 40 a 42
i Central railroad was so wellpleased his scheme bo said: 7 : t :: ..:::::::::;;:;:,::: : .I.. .:::::::::::::.:::::::.:: sill CIA U : .
results that President lug H lIS a 12 ( ..... .. .... ...........Rlver JuSnead nrt ott..... ......... ........ S20p1020a: ,
with the "Flist, I would have the governmentmake ............ 1 _. .. '. .... ...........Tnnnhn..e....... ..... ..... ..... II HIp ... .. s
Moore bad several opportunities to take good road maps of each county ............. ., : ................Jaeke.Ivllle.................. .:Leave 9800.. Plumbing pli ,

charge of good roads trains to be run 111 the United States, showing all the --- -
over other large railroad systems in public highways. I would have bad
and Sheet-Iron Work
We do Tin
different parts of the country and anally
roads printed In red fairly good ones
accepted the invitation of the Southern In blue and tbe improved roads in black. rout' and Electric wiring. .
railroad to take a train through the .
be in .
These would published pocket Richmond Washington B.JtbftoroPh'l"delphla '
south. The success of the train was form and sold for 6 cents each at allpostolllc BotonChaittaneo Atlanta Agents for Defiance Windmills and Towers:
more than assured from the beginning .. This would in effect com- ;
.A.hwSI1. Loul.-In. .
started from Washington (*
;1 for before it pal farmer to see to it that his '
every Cincinnati St. LouisCleveland Kansas CityPittsburrf write for estimates. Best of references 8.2 tf '
received given.
on Nov. 1 requests had been road was Improved for he would soon : Call on or us -
from more than 200 cities and townsto Detroit
see the advantage of having his farm
build a sample ofToad within their located on one of the Improved roads. Chicago etc. CONKLIN & SCRUGGS, I ttI
limits but only. ten stops were made on "Second I would levy a tax of 60 .
Clematis Avenue West Palm Beach FJa. }
the trip. cents a year on every vehicle in the ;}
The train, with its load of modern land. This alone would yield an annual theSOUTIILN ,
roadmaklns; machinery and corps of revenue of several millions. It OJ

expert roadbullders was received with would furnish all the funds necessary BOND & BOND COMPANY
f the greatest enthusiasm, and no less for' the purpose. The tax would be a
than seven state good roads associations trifle and would be cheerfully paid by (INCOHPOUATED.) ,
as many county organizationsand most people so long as It was to be de. .'
ten samples of good roads have re.ulted. voted to the betterment of hlghw y.." MANUFACTURERS OF ..W

/ The value of the Instruction OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: .

I given and the Interest awakened will Th. Value of Good Road.. ; .
1 be felt In this section of tbe countryfor Good roads, like good streets, make The Southern's Palm Limited I.LUMBER LATH AND SHINGLESr I I1 ,'
twenty years to come. Another habitation along them most desirable. .
trip was planned under the same man. They[ economize time and force iurannportatlou THe Washington, Richmond and .

agement.. The train will pass througha of products. reduce wear Flot \da Limited Flooring Siding and Ceiling, OBrick Lime and Cemeet.IN ,
a different part of tbe southland. and tear on horses harness and vehicles
The local soil conditions met with and enhance the market value of THe New York Ad Florida ExpressTO STOCK-

4 during tbe two good roads tours varied rent estate. They raise the value of THE CAST. '
to such on extent that it was Impossible farm' lands and farm products and tendto .j OFFICE AND YARDS 3-1.1902

Construction to follow of any the specified roadbed.rule for Where the they beautify pass. the They country facilitate through rural which mail The CHicago I and, Florida- Special ON F, E. C. 'RY.,

materials were to be found tbe foundation and aid to edueaton. THe Limited >
delivery are a potent .Flqrlda Between Poincetta St. and Lake Worth.
was made of five Inches of coarse religion and sociability. Charles :
crushed stone, which was thoroughly Sumner once said "The road and the TO THE NORTH AND WEST. .Ao.

rolled before the second course was ap- schoolmaster are the two most Impol'tant
piled Next came a two or three inch agents in advancing civilization"Glass t Jacksonville LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS W
course of stone about one and a half Pullman Sleepier Car Line to Cincinnati vU ,

Inches in thickness, which was carefully Street. I. Purl-. Asheville through "Thel!Land <\of: the Sky." A. T. nOSE, Proprietor
and thoroughly trains via !Tbe Southern operated in
spread, sprinkled There has Just been opened to the Through Railway
rolled. On top was placed a fine dressing public of Paris a new street paved connection! with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Hallway' Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish Boat, Row Hoats and DiJ1'gh I r',, r

of much' smaller stone In .n thin wltb blocks made by a new glass proc Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars en all through Built to Order, Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled .,

layer. This was also sprinkled and, sex Contrary to the expectation of trains I I ,I! Boat Yards at Mangonla. .

rolled. The final layer acted as abinder" many: it affords an excellent foothold Ask for Tlokct. via Southern,Railway. Cerrsspndeace SolicitH. *-.
and made the road< hard find promises to be without dust and 10-18 tf P. O. addrsss WEST PALM BRACK,j FL4.

smooth and even In surface. The roadbed not absorb: waste. By tbe process the ,

was given about a twelve Inch Inventor is enabled to IJ-B. all kinds ol F. :CAREY FU. P_ Aft, 108 V. Bar SI., J-ckwoylH., FU. .

fully crown made, and as the the ditches roadbed were Itself.as care- glass debris. S. H. HARDV1CK i, VI'. H.,TAYL OE; The Photographer ,

Cdlm Road-. General! Puungef Af tnt, )..'t G a1 Pa Agent.Waihfagton. Al rt Kaufmann
A Ro-db-l1dla fey Con-Jet- In the cities and towns throughout /
D. c. Atlanta Ga.
of .. Studio ,In SchmlBlock, Upstairs
; President Earle of the League Canada asphalt and vitrified brick
American Wheelmen says that the con- have been adopted as the standard JaaaerpY. ?:. .n __ "_- _.___ -I. M
Tlct labor of the country could build pavements, macadam on the leading 1-8-tf

18,000 mites of \road a year and should I county highway and gravel fur tilt

Jw used for that purpose) minor roads

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'J. '; WB6T.- : BEACH, FLORIDA gaiO-Vtc AtOH 7 1903 w' '
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1,1 ment and an editorial endorsement, but COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. A Prophetic .Vision .Of. La tho KSfc Boc aepicS ? \ !t
HERE AND THERE. ----- "---
both are useful to the aspiring candidate. ----- !
The following poem was e<&\. d byMr
Bring on your announcements !Pensa-- Lint of Warrant! Iasu.il and an Account (:Samuel Barton of Palm :I \ and The Lool\
Scraps of Abou utThls and That cola News. of other Muslnmis Traiissvot.d read by him at a musical not rt fraryotartalnmen. BEAej4 ;
which "wan Rivet the i
And Different Things. Something like 160, 00 acres of FlorIda residence of the Rev. J. N. Mulford (the !I *
-.- been aold to Miami, Fla., :lttatrh: 4i 1902.< rectory) on Tuesday eveuiog March17th. j {lncorpc>- *d!) '
dirt have recently e
18gr.Lounging '
;., N IWI)' Notts and Itams. of Interest to I Western Investors for cash. Let the Regular meeting of the School Board : (

,'i Everybody In General and NobodyIn !>> : good work go on.-Tallahassee Capital. held today in the K. of P. Hall., Pre*. rocking tho other cha.lr.trpon morning, In my massive CA E << ./lr .
Particular. A. W. Garnett, Wm. M'. Bunline ;
cut, the front porch of our house, 1 Idly ': 1 the'
t I Silverall--the housekeepers' delight. ;' ,
_._ and Z. T. Merrltt Secretary. wondered, whereIn
I "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BRO$.- Plated articles cleaned with Silverall will: Minutes of last meeting;,read a.d approved all tho world there could be found n spot Adjoining. Royal Poiliana Grounds. 0 e
I never show wear. A. G. Bain Schu id ao pasMlng! fair. ... the Nth., Nrt ..v 0
I\ Table bOArd #.5o. per week. Room Block, Clematis Avenue. 1'9lf. Superintendent visited all"the schools And... I Nat and ifeutly rocked, the spiritof .. ,

-I I ,;,\, with Darling board, Olive, $6 St.per week, Mrs. Frank a-aS Jacob Slough has just set out a groveof in south end bf County except Cutler O'orramo me the-and place yawned, and' dosed and Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner ..
: and found them doing
400 camphor trees for Arthur Coweeon ", and Guuvaula -covering up my face, icesat :
i i Protect your homes from fire. The his place near Holy Hill. The cam- well. \ I dreamed A dream' a horn- outline !In these ,

\,1' Phoenix: Fire Extinguisher will do it. phor trees are set In the orange grove Warrants were issued to tie.amountof rhyme I'll try to trace. all hours ou .

,(ii A. G. Bain, Schmid Block Clematis between the orange trees and it la pre Jt2,770.00 on February' _th to pay Time trado-wind rustled through the nocoaa

,f'; Aveuue. ________ r 9,". sumed that they will be a protection to teachers for January. ever restlnsa bough.i/ First-Class Chef air
issued The crow cawod' hoarsely In the tree, big ,)
The following were ,
citrus. There not camphortrees ,
the fire many a
New House Boat for Sale Charter.. growing around here but Mr. I for general expenses: The mocker distant whistled mate to to IOUHG his love, "Oh I come 4e Cuisine and Service ;

_ I For particulars address G. A. Rave Slough says that they prosper In this A. domett, mileage & par diem......Itfl 00 and be my bpouue." "''*! w

I care of TROPICAI SON Went Palm* climate and he sees ho reason why they Z.tent T. M.Mcintt,Uurdliie.salary; for Feb*....".:.....BO a:. 00 00 The treat, ungainly turkey bitisurdH soared. PRIVATE DINING PARLORS opensi Or I,4 e; tI
Bench. will not in a few year be one of the .. s postage expeimes.' R. It, and circled 'rouned,,
this ..... Their rnpldahadows. flitting qnh,kly o'er the SseCfcDcc
of in
There decided in the temperature leading sources revenue lection. fare,etc., as per' recopts! and bill. 18 :-5 *
was a drop -
_ .-Daytona Gazette-News. M. B. Lyman.npplles, LantanaLalnhart ......... 0 Htt'' sun-lit around;
Wednesday night add the wind Potter lumber tot W. P. (Strange that In suuh a loathsome thing ere'

blew half a Kale all night,as if old crusty Mr.1 W. II. Thornton, a highly esteemed Bench col. 1............ ..... ,.... 1 43 Much grace could, e'er be found. ...................... Dried reaches 18 -
_ .\ winter was making a last effort to hold citizen; of Miami residing on U, Brooker ft Co., aupplle., Neptune..... 6O A happy negro,, punning. by lifted hi* voice : Thla,Cticlc Good For : 'ff1 cent*
II} Fair Florida in his thrall. Tenth Street while at work clearing a Lyman Co., Delray...... 70 gin Hong; : Dried Apricots,18 cents ]pit "''
M. K Lyman, out house and platform The clock Inside tolled out the hour In of! brecariw, 5 ud roc geode t:3II'' + .,
31 ft. Launch perfect order; also a H. lot just north of the suburbs, last Tues- for ])..lray.......................,..............40 00 querulous "diug-doug," A : Prune, 8 cents pound
P. Pierce engine for sale; half price. day, set fire to some brush, and in some M. N.Orubaraup.WPBenh.No. ,'1... sin And neighbor Plmlck'a loudmouthed mule : IQ '0 P.r seat. M Prunes 12 A r
for the Gray Marine and Stationary way his clothing caught fire. The old llunl. I'urka woodBells Flora........... !9 BO brayed oft-and loud-and long., : .! e s. : ni cents pound 4
gentleman was so badly burned that he F. T Budge "p. Mluml No. 45 1 00 0 Et! : W.O Currants, 10 cents pours
I Gas Engines.: W. P. UNDERWOOD, C. :M. Morgan, wood 0 OO The wind-swept water gaily splashed the icli :1101"- P
Roaeland, Fla. I-3t-tf. died shortly after assistance reachedhim. Philip Hlslliigton janitor Fub........... 10 OOAnnieIlronnJanitorW.P.BenchNo.l .'border of the Lake; t : o D : fc Dried Apples, 10 o nts i tw '
He leaves a widow near his own ) ,1O 00Z.1' The gravel walk rasped harshljr (thus resent 3 1 : :
Last Wednesday two hundred passengers OOIS fug Porter'u. rake;) : w ... 12% cents pout
age which was 76 years. He was a devoted Merrltt. l.OOO)! mile mlloag book OO g.
from Havana arrived in Key West member of the Episcopal Church I..Urudy Co"011. Alupatta.No.-a: OO And from the distant kitchen came a voice"Don't : o ...q..od 9...3 :. : Untwine, 2\cents {too d h.j .
burn that cake I"u '
but had to move on, because they could t t
and a Royal Arch Mason and was Superintendent requested to investigate : Y r o''d' 00.3 .31 P" : Figs( 15 cents pound
not secure hotel accommodations which and Such widely varying Hounds us.these" assailed ,
burled with Masonic rites Wednesday several complaints adjust sameif := dwa : Citron, 25 cents pound
causes the Advertiser to err long and my dormant ear; sole .03 $ 'DIP" U.olI

i aloud for a tourist hotel for the Island ,I afternoon. _________ Board possible.adjourned. And fused In languid appear harmony. -made everything ........................ Siioll> Trading '

i 'City.-Jacksonville Metropolis. I: According to a !statement from Supt. Z. T. Merritt Sec'y. Like an unending Bummer-full of sunshine,

of Schools Sheats the following textbooks __ health and cheer. F
The tide of travel to and from the n
I HOTEL-- Splendidly situated'hscingl.V] +
South Is about even now. Lower East all published by the American But ear are not the only thing. that revel Polnclana.I t
Cfcast resorts are crowded. St. Book Company will be the basis for Great Land Bargain. at Palm Beach; I I : :: .1 Improved andr'J'
Augus'l I Complete delight. for every sense. la bare The ',
examination for schoolteachers *
tine has its share of tourists regular public wltnlil reach PALMSFor.peei
homeward-bound tourists will soon be I I fn this State on June 31) and $1600.00 will buy a one-story house : And Touch Taste one's Sight/ ; and Smell cap .. I atteess $2, $2.50, $i -, ,

flocking up from the South. The month September ad, 1902: White's Art of containing seven large rooms, f.-football I surely nothing more beseech.The .. '.. t weekly rate address .
West Palm Beach
I Fla. ..., "
this Swlnton'a New School Composition full of front .Th. P.im.( West ntc ,
of March year promises to break all Teaching length building; veran- soft and balmy troplo breese kisses our RR

past records in the number of visitors Milne's Standard Arithmetic, da; a beautiful row of large shade trees tiling cheek : ....
coming here.-St. Augustine, Record. Mrtcalf's English Grammar Field's History on front walk; one acre lot with many The orange and the luscious pine delight our . . '
I of the United States. Steele's Hygienic bearing trees. One five roouonestory taste each week t '
Owing to the delay in issuing the law And. such bright gorgeous aunsele-It were i
I Physiology, Townsend' Shorter cottage, 8-foot hall, front and The Capital Cafe
enacted by the last Legislature it bas vain elsewhere to week. -$ -
Course in Civil, Government White's back verandas; four acres of lau'd-two _
only recently been publicly known that : Perennial flower. _of different hue adorn I _
School Algebra. sides planted in shade trees on the favored .' _
Governor Jennings vetoed the "Pure ; t Oysters Steaks
Food Bill." As the law was "butch- : -- _._-- walks large and beautiful; many bear. Their perfume fill the balmy air with sort of o

ered" by the adoption of unwise amendments -, Buggy Wagon and Farm Horses. ing orang trees. odorous chime "takes Chops Etc--- / I'
Eleven and 7-10 acres of .as fine land With every sense thus gratified one ,
the Governor has saved much Some fine animals sold 'under guaran. as you will find in the State: about thirty no note of time" I .* At all --'t' i ,

useless litigation by withholding his ten to be just as represented. R. A, bearing trees 15 years old;;" good barn or But, lest these Introductory remarks may
name from the measure.-Gainesville Rouse West Palm Beach. tf. tedious seem Open From 0 A. TVIto to 1*. :BI.
packing 36x48 new. 1
Sun. I'll cut them short and quick proceed to tell :
Two acres of very desirable town lots. about my dream- NORMAN O. TJPP. Ma ;x
"Candidates should not expect news- Golf I All for for 160000. That vision, which afforded mo enjoyments!! ""
: Juflergon Block Corner Olive Street and Clematis Avenue
papers to advertise their candidacy free This property is all located in the ao supreme.A Opposite ,
. . . .
At Camden Pinehurst Old the forth the Lake (this was
of charge nor should they expect the town of Fort Meade Fla., near I gaaed upon
insertion of a paid announcement in a Point Comfort and Virginia Beach I West Coast and actually coat over $3.- my dream you know) 1 e

; paper to pledge the editor to support Double daily service via the Sea 500.00. Will explain object of selling A little village white as I..now-espied, whose houses-.

the (candidate" says the Gainesville board Air Line Railway. and Rive; a guaranteed clear title. Address Straggled along the water front for half a THE TRAVELER:

News. That's right. There is a heapof I --.-- : WISH PERRY, mile or so. f '

t difference between a paid advertise Famous Horsehide Shoes-AN THONY'E* 3.6.U. West Palm Beach Fla. I looked agalntand doing soeonldsearee a Il ;

_un___ n __ _____ __n believe my eye ; NEW MANAGEMENT, .
And surely hero was cause enough !army

4 complete*urprlse: MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla.
) ; village of such duel l -------
Electric Lights Electric Bells Baths Service
And while gored and wondered I behvld f

rg c IT'S. And very' a lot much of steam to .my; surprise. I hearda The Best $2.00 per day ;Hotel In Florida.

There's HAT was the whl.t..I..alll.It south-bound. "fast. mull" t.raln- fake car at the Union Depot and a,1e the Conductor to atop, the Traveler 12-1

strange aa the same my seem.A .

E One KNOX 3 hundred I eager passenger; mulled from r
the train pall m..lI.] 'IL

:jj E Best = To board loudly the little ringing steamboat bell which\, with Lumber and Building Material

000004 Would quickly ferry them' across to Dlmle k's

E = new hotel. .. Everything In the Building Line.
This' wa a )building vast and grand, which
fronted on the Laku ; .
E With full four hundred "guest chambers Lime Sash Nails *
It's Builders HardwareHouse
where one could comfort take. Cement Doors Paints
There'sCLOTHING And every Winter here, did Dlinlck lot of

money make. Orders a'' Specialty {. Turned Work and Mill j

BENJAMIN'S 1 1IT Such sudden 1 must change eonfeas.But bothered. n.>e at first Work of all Kinds r _

= a* my- dream progressed. I seemed to GEO. F. PADDISON Eau Gallie, Fla.
note Its strangeness long; l,1O.f
; ... And long before 1 woke I ceased my wonderto .
to ... eipreaa.Thus .

... when the horse-car pawed the door
_ 1 There's toward the Inlet bound TROPICALReal
i The tinkling of the hor.._' bell seemed no
uncommon Bountl.
One d
SHOE I noticed It-nor'turned
Indeed scarcely my
,JI. = Best L1\PP'S = head around. Estate

ij ; ... So when I looked at ...."dord.* Point, and Exchange
= .. aw "Grand Hotel.
J With broad pin.... 'round three .Idea, and ,
; crowd of people-well-
.. ... I marvelled not one whit; nor did I think W' I. METCALF, Manager.
ij my dream a-...U."
_ E There's it's ... But when I took the car and rode down 4
; "
"Lake Avenue
One SHIRT Past three good miles of mansion fair, Certified Abstracts of title Furnished! ;
"MANHATTAN 3XXKX i I will confess to you,

j Best It almost too took good my to breath be true.away." 'Twos'

< = At'length the tired horses atop, ua we the _
I' = < >0<>000<>0<>0<>0<><><>0<> ... IDiot reach ; Desirable Investment Tracts,

f ... And to the black conductor I address my
i wandering speech ,Truck-Farming Lands
: There's "What's that o'er yonder?" And he answered
"Juno Beach..
= One PLACE-ITS : A vast hotel and ocean pier !greet my Properties.
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i iL astonished sight

I IJ:\ !: Best .., .Ji A row of right handsome and left cottage; extend to West .Palm Beach Lots

) And happy hundred revel there, enjoying,
3 day and.night. Vacant and Improved. r\\\\

L ANTH't\NY'S And aa I note the changed scene, and,view
the I crowd so gay
0 7t I slyly .hug always, myself'say. and think: didn't I I :Beautiful River-Front Properties on a.

"That Lake Worth would become a Winter
resort acme day Y"f
= Indian River Lake Worth
"}lere, ybung or old i horn, grave or {\gay. ,
I = = her., delimit or strong '
Can find that perfect' rib I iau whUib. :: they',. and Bay Biscayne.
Mought In vain su *"*,. (.
Palm Beach West Palm Beach Miami 3 "If 'tis not ao. I Pray you then': what means
this. ttjronjr1'! Splendidly Equipped Hotel well

. . And a.* I tumultuous maundered cheer thus, I heard a wild ,

: ip-E to;: ANTHONY'S 8MOKH ; And saw at mlsrbtv th.. pier.oc"cao steamship t landing located, open the year around,

I t i 'I '" (0.)) AUK! ;; _. With crowds i.f tourists Stork who. had come
if IV( SILENT HALKSMKN direct from New : here. and doing a paying business. y
n I ) /i Jiuat my dream cam to an end, for,
f tbe'.u'
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