<%BANNER%>

NEH SLAF UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA



The Tropical sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00274
 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 14, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00274
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

Full Text
'/ ;


.i \ ;
1 r t- \
\ ,I IJ

I'I

-'I,
"


...


.
'


1 I .ri ,
.
.' "


\ :.:;


\,

i -" J.1T:7: 'r



flA -- + ici _

4 r w MlP"


,

v t,
.IdNlak,


1



'


...AVtI4E ::-: aeeam+OCti +wwtr.halflewKjer' {Swv Sil'wma1. al waal. XJX CENTURY. .. 4'

: .
!I f fr
1 fl
'-'" -
v '
[0,4"d Z= .,''I./ : :: : :: //tz:: .*fo:.; ,.r ntii.s ,J\ WEST PALM,. BEACH,. DADE COUNTY". FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1902. VOLUME XVI, NO.; 3. '

.
.. '
k D S Bryannal..lghbwatehatjail $ 42: OOV foreign conquest and the retention ol '
I& THERE. PERSONAL.
l HERE.
COUNTY FATHERS AND LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. PURELY
/ D \ Moran\ salary OK Jailor.... .. 4() <00) the Filippine Islands nod the treatmentof
John Frohouk. attendant! CountyCommisslnnere .
--- 'y' .- --
.. ) Cuba has cost us votes by the hundreds
Pt and! sundries ( UO! '
A; lie's County Commissioners Meet J 0 Oraiultnpr" court stenographer 'la Scraps of New out This and That What. the Sun's Men Heard In The of thousands, and it must be People as They Come and Qd-.People

and Transact Routine Business County Court. ... .. ....i............ G ISO And Different Things I t Llvley Local Whirligig. changed. In other words, we must You May or May Not Know I.: ,;.' i i.e.
... TI M King blank vouchers ... .. ...,. .. A 00 IA: Via. We t tA
... so shape our platform on to 1.'
--.- J W'Vllt.oo.crooMollt..W.. .. .. .. .... SI OO -.- ,
must drop ell dead issues and all defunct
[total Minute of the Proowetliir| ofTb. B Genovarrrntcourt house, moa 80'00 Newly NotesXand Hums of Interest to i Mirror of Minor Happenings, Aool- Melanz of P.r.onallt.mVllltau l I. t

e Conuty Hulond at. Tlicir A IS UeyHor Judpe Co. Court salary 25 00 Everybody: ;! In General and Nobody ,, t dente Coming Events, and a leaders. the City, and Citizens Visiting '' 'tt;I
K J T Handir-H, Pro. Att'yt/ Biliary.... 81V 88 "But Colonel" suggested the report. ti
| Galaxy: of Current Gossip. Out of the City {
put 1le5Ular 8e..lon.JI. In Particular.KNOX ,
L. C Oliver, lea book No. Mill .... .. ISO "what would in the
er, put platformand
JI.:. '' _._ Itiiuhaul WaUIrun.eharlty .... ......, 500 -- f -.-. --'-- you -.-

J f Miami Fla. March JCIIon Potter for two pauper .. 10' 00J HATS standard of the worldat ; 'Boynton citizens were here in force who would you nominate for President 'A. J. Wallace was up from Fort Lauderdale -, r
-
4, 1903.krd K Ulunii charity .. .. .. '. 8 00 if the course you suggest is pursued
,4"as, ,nm@i of County Commissioners It II Potter, for P. Mayor, pauper? 10 00 ANTHONYS. BBOS.' Saturday last attending to personal t"The yesterday on a business trip', :

m day: In regular session. Pres. Red Cross: Plmru.nry. drugs fa |>iuk" ..51 DO '1/ business matters. Colonel match
u ., doughty scraped a Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Hauler re.
Nassau Pawpaws r( -
Ripe Sapadillocs
,
Jo'V' McCurdy cliurlty .. .. ... ..... 6 00
Veo. W. Lamhart, chairman; John } Mr. Carl Kettler has purchased a on the arch of his trousers and lighted turned this week from their d
to
il Urookec A Co., charity ..... ..., .. B 00 Oranges and other fruits, at Snell Trading trip
6 C. Alcher and E. McDon- splendid residence site the north Indiana
jfF. R. It E McDoniild. Comr. and sundries IIIll/ Co. on the remains of a corcob pipe-full of plug E
e M : ohn Frohock, Sheriff, and E. C.juboro. Mrs 1'utor Nualcm, charity.. .. .... ... S (OO ; .side of Clematis Avenue, just west of before replying. He said: {
Clerk. J W Card v, work on '0.11., ,. ........ 3 03T Table board $4.50 per week. Room, Town Clerk Geo. S. Adams' new home "Young man, damfino."-*-Tampa! Jacob Sehnelde nan, formerly of this t ,
ullnntea of last meeting read and N iautlur, boarding Jury.... ..... T 00 with board $6 per week. Mrs. Frank Herald. town, but now of Miami paid this town '.
w, roved. "Joliu Huwcll. Comr. one day. .. .. .. .. 3 00 Olive St. s28Monroe. f City Marshal W. G. DeBerry and L. W. .e__ a brief visit Tuesday and Wednesdayof
F O'Atulior, Conic 1" day A: mileage 18 NO Darling, Grier has purchased a fine residence lot this week. .
v 1 The Clerk's report of cases disposedor Gee '. 4 Ladles' Aid Social arid Sale.
I.nliiHul'C lo 40
Doraey the Barber, is now on Clematis Avenue, just west of T. J.Grlel' .
or business transacted in County Oily o(Mlnuil, maintenance ol lirlilgn :an.JO) ,
; located at the old Cooper stand, on '* residence near die brow of the Mr. A. J. Kirkwood is enjoying a
rt for the month ending. February The following bills were audited ap- The Ladies' Aid Society will hold a I
hill.
Banyan select and wants his friends to visit at his Lake Worth home from his r
v was died.r proved and ordered paid out of the ,
901 Social and Sale at the Congregational
cull on him there brother Mr. P. B. Klrkwood, of Ne-
11: Collector's report was rend Road Fund: tieorge Zapf has purchased the two parsonage on, Tuesday afternoon and

filed, showing amount: of J U'O'Neol..ulnry .... ... ..... ......t SO OOQ Danforth & Lane is tie style of a new lots on the northeast corner of Clematies evening March tSth from ; o'clocktill I gawnee, Michigan.
Li: Cunndlor, .. .. .. .. .. .. TO OO 3
vulary
'
collected during the month ending firm that has opened a business as Avenue and Sapadillo Street, aud this
s R Cothran, nulnry. . .. .. .... .. .. ... 40 0011IiMcDonaleianpplle.furrockfarm up ten. Joseph Zapf, of Jacksonville* was hero''i'' L
., iroary 28, 1902 as follows: For 78 15HiicUon boat builders with marine ways, on the" Summer expect: to build thereon the Ice cream and cake will be served; with friends Tuesday, visiting his broth- ,*

t Site, $638.08; County, 11,699,49! ; total Burr, work on Little Itlvor St Lucie River, at Stuart. largest residence in town. also tea coffee and cocoa, with various p.rll. and incidentally disposing of his poi

I/335-S7- road . . .. ... .. .... 3'BO '
Among the many' pictures: takeu of Mr. C. N, Newcomb, whose home is other edibles. block of lots on the hill
%4 The joint report of the County Judge 8 A Dol.h..r.lu., IS: 11 Klrkman.... ... 10O Ol)
'r t and Tax- olleclor, showing amount col. P II "Sundlln two milieu .....?. .,... BOO 00 the myriad of will ducks tbat frequent up the Lake at Riviera, kindly remembered Fancy and silk aprons will be for County Fish and Gaule Warden, N. ,i'
.. .. .. .. .. shores of the Worth Band in sale also handkerchiefs, collars and
"*' r.Hlnlmi't Jl I'oUor.lu..ber l1f1 l tt'J: the Lake these days, Lake a practical C. of
ected for licenses State $105.83, and Jones, passed V couple days about
: ; J It O'Nt'uI, ((wiling prlHomini convict the best one this scribe has yet seen 'was sort of way this week. Public spirit ties.: All are cordially invited.
y 4 lounty, $52.93, was received aud filed. -,, .* puma .. .. .. ... .. ....... ..-.... .. 80O BO the Inlet this week, looking after bit'
The monthly financial statements of J n O'Nval, horse. hire. .,?.......,"..... 1O 00 taken, by Mr. William J. Cooper of As-* alt liberality seems to be the cbaracterstic ..-.- r-r. official. d\ltielin thac.vicinity,. 'q., .
N : .Fubllo'lnatrm tfoii-Tot f O.DowyerIrslxht; l ..>....o. Counyf.Board llgutor..A .'.. ... 4. 00 his camera. ''I. that thin,section bus been so fortunate :., Mrs. Harry D. Hamiltog,' of-
the months of December; got, and January !' TItuilico, oil for road follur... .. 79I as to secure. a Indlanapollx. Indiana, were among. the ;
y igoa, were received and filed. ( L (Chandler Fob pay roll. .. .. ..,. 87 USQ A reading and recital was given at the ; ______ I desire to thus call the attention of arrivals of last night. Mr. Hamilton Is

R The: report of Clerk, showing tax sale C Friar'olrh'lI| bridge .. .. .... a US Palm Beach last night by Mrs. Me- Services at the Congregational: our lill.ens: to the necessity of exercising a nephew of Dr. L. D. Waterman who ?
dur. 0 B Kelly & Oo.. Blip for road roller 4 35 and her carefulness in the use of closets,
4 certificates redeemed or purchased Cuslin daughter of Chicago.! Church, West Palm Beach, at II a. m. and his become a property owner in this
.. .
.
J A Dunn two rr nd carts .. 7t5 OO
ing the mouth ending February 28, 1902, The following bills were audited, The readings were interspersed with 7:30: p m. Preaching by the pastor, washslnks, etc., connected with the sew own. '
( was filed. ap violin, piano and flagoelet selections. er pipes.
Rev. S. D. Paine. Christian Endeavorat
The monthly report of A. E Heyser, proved and and Forfeiture ordered Fund paid out of the The[ proceeds were for the Ladies' Cemetery 6:30 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. in. Bulky paper wraps scraps, fruit parIngs Mrs, L. T. Chapman sister of the ,;

County Judge, of Fines Forfeitures and Fine ; Fund Association. Prayer meeting and song service or any insoluble refuse, should not Messrs. Grier, of this place wet of the 1
John Frohock r ed for prlHoninw In
II'' Costs for the month ending February County Jail ......... ... .. '1GSOO ---.--- Wednesday at 7:15: p. m. All are cor. be passed into the pipes. party of people who came to West Palm
i 1902 waa received and filed. J W Smith, Juror Stale VM Davis C5 11. E. Church Services. dially invited. The sewerage rystem is intended for Beach this week from Umatilla, In Lake '
Reports of Hutson B. Saunders J. P., K Buk.ir, .. ". B5 __ the carrying of closet contents; waste :ounty, to make their home here. Seven 1

District No. 3, of Fines. Forfeitures and John Orlinth. ; a" "u B6Quorga fiB The following Is the order of services A jolly crowd of local sports among water from bath tubs and lavatories In all came from that town to this in the

Costs for the months of Japnary and F W Palmer Smith, .' [ill ill the Methodist Church to which a whom were the Messrs. Al Rlegel Don kitchen liquids, etc. It is not expected past week.. ______ :

Pebruary,1902, were received and filed. Frank Chase; w ,", O5 cordial invitation Is given to strangers ; Morris, Norman Upp, took a memorable to convey course substances, insoluble Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Zeigler of Nep-
of S. D Mitchell, J. SliurllT Criminal the first of the week in the Vlnd.
Monthly report John Frohofk cant Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. Preaching trip sloop waste of any uue
.. .. ............. accompanied by Mr. Zelgler'abrother i
11075B
"utlno "
P. Distil let No. a, of Fines, Forfeitures O pro Dearborn" Clerk urlm profit JIll nt II a. m. and 7:30-: p. m. Epworth yacht "Buzzard. If the tales told by Let all having sewer connections exercise : and sister,. Mr. and Mrs. John'S.
the month of February cysts Boynton friends are true as to their experiences due in this thereby
and Costs for Devotional Meeting at m. care matter of
/ T Sanders., Pro. Att'y 80 I( O' League 3 p. Zeigler, Chicago, enjoyed a couple
1902, was received and filed. 1 Itockman wt'NMtncevii Frlti" Light 00 'C.;Fred Blackburn, Pastor. in that vicinity it explains avoiding the trouble and expense of of days in the Cottage City this week

The monthly report of T. J. Russell, (I A Saunders, .. ,. (h> a.- -- why they have fought; shy of THE SUN relieving the pipes of clogged material. Mr.- John S. Zeigler Is a prominent book

J. P., District NO.9. of Fines, Forfeitures Bd; DanlulM, "' fin( Tax Sale Certificates. scribe ever since. .WllMON WHIU.DIN, Mayor.Looks publisher of the Windy City. I'
and Costs for the month of Febru- C McDonald witness, "State' v. Wll- ... --.-
llaill, ChapmBH; .. .. .. .. ... .. fib Maud Madiwn, the famous dancer, Mrs. J. Schneidetnan and little
1902 was: received and filed. lion. A. Croons, 'State Comptroller, That Way. boy,
ary Stephen Burrs witness HtutO VH WllChaiMiinn has returned from Nassau and will
Monthly report of R. M. Smith, J. P., .. .. .. ...... .. ... ... 00 has distributed the moneys arising from and Mr. Isidor Cohen, of Miami, were
Dist. 10, of Fines, Forfeitures and Coals Linda UlttliiHH. wit's Stute vs O. Zapf BO the sale and redemption of tax sale cer.tlficntes probably give an entertainment here A dispatch to the Pensacola Press here for a couple of days this week,.

for the month .of February, 1902, was Monroe Domey .. UH for the month of December, to-day or to-morrow at one or more of i sizes up the question of the distribution guests of Mr. and Mrs. AbrauiV Mr.

received and filed. A P Gore, deputy sheriff crlm. pro. 43 411 1901. The total amount was $10,097.84, the East side Hotels. While in Nassau of Federal patronage by Democratic Sea- Cohen is one of the pioneer merchants

The petition of J. T. and T. B. Earn- Noah E Porter Jones, wlf, "Slate' v.. J "Miller 34 00 110 and of this, Dade County received f 7,00 Miss Madison appeared twice in the ators who have voted with the Repub- of the Magic City, and is now associatedwith
Colonial Hotel and twice in
the Hotel
est, that certain bottom of Lake Worth, H B 1'urvln, OO Clay County's treasury was enriched, icans in this manner: Mr. Schneidemun. in business in
sg p being in. front of and adjacent to lands J 3 Strolmn, wltiuM, State v. Will to the amount of 64 cents, the smallest Royal Palm, at Miami: where her per. Washington, Feb., 26.-There should that city. i
Anderson .. ................. .. BOW 'ormance was enthusiastically received.
belonging them be granted them & LoUouvwltneaH "State VH Will sum paid to any County; while Manatee be no misunderstanding of such cases Two of this town's citizens: are In t y I

for the purpose of preparing oyster beda, Anderson. .. .. .,-. .. .. ... .. ... BO County drew the biggest. prize: t,067.30. Rev. S. D. Paine, pastor of the West as Senator McLanrin'a and Senator Tampa this week, attending the annual $;
was held over for consideration at next 0 Watson, witness, State v. Will ..-- Palm Beach Congregational Church left )IcEner 'l. These Senators voted with !session of the Grand Lodge of Florida

meeting. Anderson ... .. ... ... ..<. .. .. Bft Why Easter Is a "Movable" Feast. on the noon train Tuesday for Mel- the Republicans for the treaty, Gild on ttnightsof Pythias. Rev. C. Fred Blalclt-
of B. B. Tatunt. as Notary H B Saunders, J P. costs crlin. pro* 4H 71 ----- .
The bond .. bourne. He lectured Wednesday afternoon other critical occasions; they control the burn goes as Representative from Bay
Public State 'of .Florida, with W. M. Elinor Foriy, '.' 4 OO During all of March the sun is coming before the of the .
W I Porroy. M :2 OO Chautuqua Tropes federal patronage in their states. Tile Biscayne Lodge No. 31 of Miami and
_ fo Burdine and John M. Burdine as sureties 0 McDonald* witness State vs Ha.- farther north. About the aoth it shines On "Sebastopol." Mr. Paine wan customs service in Louisiana has been M. E. Gruher as Representative from

*iv' was approved. tle Frailer ,. ...... .. .. .....-'... BOFlPtchor directly on the Equator and the day Is present and participated in the attack duly loaded with Mc nery'" relatives Evening Star Lodge No.46, of West'Palen
Bond of Charles C. height, as Justice Helium, wltnvm State vi Hiit- just as long as the night. The time of the great Russian Black Sea No tbat beach.
with A. tier Fruiter .....'... ............ ...... 0Curl the old Passover and hence of upon and hangers-on. one cau say ______ ,
of the Peace, District No. 13,. J. S,5' Jewish stronghold. This lectru has been well there is any agreement about this and

c\. McDonald and E. M. Brelsford, sureties, Dorgurt 1.lldllUll1o&| ......,..witness.... .......,..state. .......r.......... <"XJt our Easter depends this date. This received wherever given.; their probably was none It simply A. R. Merrill on Tuesday and J.I|it-,
latter always comes on the' Sunday fol. Merrill on Wednesday passed down the
thanItrane ;
wlluessStatevs
'y was" npproved. J MnCullocli. -e- happens that a President feels very
Sri The following Rifle's Bonds were ap ...... ... .... ......................... 5n lowing the first full moon after the sun Party Must Get Together. warmly toward a Senator whom he /finds i line from Jacksonville to South Dade Ibis
I proved', R 8 riunnBBrftnep.8herlf..crlmpro/ ({ 2T 60 crosses the line. This accounts for its toward the week to look after interests they have

J. H. Allen, with W. Broadwell and J. A Clifford B Hey Johnson.er, Judge, witness, State" vstics 5 III: being so "movable" a feast.March The democratic party, must get to- feeling which he so has warmly at heart. Bach "uncon policies down here. These gentlemen are members '

Justice sureties; Walter Rltlow with W. Battle................. ....... ... 60 Ladies'. Home Journal. (ether. Col. Ezekiel: lIaldpan, one of sciously" reaches out toward the other. of the well known firm of the loteri it
_ P. Halchett and W. G. DeBerry, sureties; R M Smith, J. P.:oodtil crlin. proi'n !2T OO .-- the leading statesmen of Coon Holler McLaurin should not have been sensitive i rill. -Stevens Engineering Co., if Jack, g 11

Hammond Osgood, with D. C. Dean and There being no !further, business the Women And Good Road. rltllaborougb. County was Interviewed about this. A Democrat who votes for sonvllle, one of the largest concerns of '
r Dean sureties.Commissioners Board adjourned to meet on Tuesday, its kind in the South.
C. F. yesterday by a Herald reporter and he the shipping subsidy bill, for the army
ty Sewell and McDonald the first day of April I The women of St. Augustine may not said: and for a. I
Paris
bill, for the treaty, every
were appointed Inquire Into and aster- Geo. W. Lainhart. 'yearn for the ballot, or sigh for opportunie "Certainly.! The party must get to- other Republican measure where his Cooperative Union. 1,, 3 3Lest

,Uln cost of Rents for use by convicts,. E. C. Dearborn, Chairman. to hold public office, a la Kansas, gether. The voters must come into vote is needed, cannot in controlling
_ while working on the roads. Clerk. bat tbat they know in which way to line with unison and heartiness and the Federal patrouage.escapa such a suggestion Monday night a number of the cit.

4 'The following bills were audited approved -e .. --- i tutu their efforts to better the condition good;[ faith, not merely in a perfunctoryand Mr. Tillm'an made. Practical izens of West Palm Beach met at Mamnic

and ordered paid out of the .. A Great Convention. 'of tile community In which they live is cold hearted wny. We mutt have people as do not go into fine dlstinc- Hall and effected the partial organization Y

General Fund: ;shown by this extract from the St. enthusiasm and zeal and confidence. ions.YOUNG'S. of a Co-operative Union, by the F

A P Core., cleaning Jail W. P. n.acb' 4 BO The' Florida State Sunday School Con- : Augustine Record; Old isms must be discarded-those --. -- election of Mr. Y. P, Young as treasurer i v

I M B. Orub 4 Crolt.reomplllugstatl.tlts., work on nw lull.''' ........ HOO 90 00 OUreen veutlon will b. held in the city of Gainesville I "In the {interest of good roads, as well which the people have voted down at i HATS-none better madeat and Mr. Mitch aa secretary and by the x

John Sewoll. 3 do convict .ult...... 80 VON April Stlt lOud loth.\ This will bea i as to provide a decent thoroughfare to the polls. Silver has been beaten twice, |3.oo. ANTHONY Baos. 11 adoption of a constitution and by-laws.
IYDearborusularyandsundrka.. ) .. TV :3T great convention not only because it : fee resting place of the dead, the enter. and must be relegated. Our position on --- There will be another meeting tonight .

P. J Uordee,tax collector eonn .. 14000 represent a great cause, but for the rea. alument to be given at the Casino by the tariff has been dissaproved at the White Girl Wanted.A at the City Hall when the board of directors if

F E C Hotel Co, electric. lights/ atConrt that several of the best known Sunday the ladies of the city 'to provide good polls no less than six times, 'and' must and president will be elected, ;)
on
.... .... .. ..... .. 1R 00I
; Q of Fisher house rent of kitchen B 00 School workers of the country will : road to the Protestant cemetery, Is one never be heard of again. We must not white girl or woman who Is Industrious The Union proposes to pat in a cooperative 1,

I !, P T 8fcaKH, M D, In'IIIMt Jessie present. Mr. Marlon Lawrepce, C. that should be generally attended. If refer to government by injunction, because and fond of children can: secure a dry goods and grocery; store,

,'. Woohlnitton .. ... .. .t.. ....' .. lo "" D. Mel stIle- ";rhe Sunday School the entertainment commands the pat. the people have voted to Injunct. good place in a small family. Address and sell shares to the members at the e

j U ;Johnson, luror, Inq J. W..illnltoa.. 6 ooo Awakener" and Prof. E. 0 Excell have I ronage which it deserves it ought to be Our opposition to trusts and comblna. "B. M." care of this paper, or call at rate of $5 per hare, no member tcr be

I D L Hughew. "" "" .. no already promised to be present. There followed by other efforts of a similar tions of capital has brought u.t the en. this office fqr information. allowed more than ten shares, and the
I. 'j: W n TurnngB, (10on in the interest of good road. tnity and active of holders of shares will have the privilege
railroads nature hostility
Chorln. Cans, will be reduced rates on. all powerful -- +f----
"', ,,1, J K1 Ohalllu, and Gainesville will entertain the del. Several of the Good Roads Associations elements and must be abandoned.Our Trained Nurses. of trading at the store and enjoying the ,,

4 W D ('"lit.. .. .. 110 For full particulars write to W. of various counties In the State have, by declarations for retrenchment In profits to be declared at the end of

11 M Umlth 3. P.x-oluvia Inquest Cor. Jessie lnq;,>t 4 43no N.egates.Sbeaw Tallahassee. Irma this means, not only reined money for government; expenses have'not won us Can be obtained by telegram or postal each three mouth. There will only be '

A. n Wanhliiffton.Ormmer' wltnww.. .., .. -- ---.- --- the purpose but have enlisted the inter. an election. and they must not be repeated addressed to Church Home and Hospit a call often per coal I oo the, sharei-tk

r J W Iv4 .UI'IlIeo| | 'of GfJoylct.- .. 10 no EDWIN CLAPP'S SIIOES.$6.oa and$7.oofinest eat and co-operation of cittzeu: in (he al. Orlando Florida Terms $1,5 per first, and ten percent. each. month until '

td H' *. VT B Drew Co, tattonerr and 0o made-at ANTHONY movement." "Our: attitnJ on imperialism, and week. I a-utf: the amount ..u scribed Is tatelt"IP"\ ',,.1, ,," '
lr record .) ,It ,:". {/. 'l}"

I .'. ', .. A. ,. ..':0 .".;..;., .... .,:... .. : ,1.,.''Ut, ;"' .. .. '' \.',.".:..".f.\.f.'J' \..,;01"" '" ....,,"
I "
fi: lij C. '.,
J
'." ,',. '..,.', ,' ., "' ,,',,' .'.'



t{ 1

I


;,I,, yr I+ rntapy trn n r'wA. ,, .. ,rv.grn,., ''n i r t71<., r (
'X
.
'
AM A
.
IN .,, .. 1.k
""
7'1'

I ".,
-.

'1\\ "

.

,
H :I THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BHiACH, FLORIDA V MARCH 14", 190!.

________ _no_________ "

__ _....._ ,,'i ,
EUROPE'S CLEVER PLAN. For--Charter.----- N111JCl 4 ) pm: : :$")C($ c Vital's Brand Clolhibg-AN'EHGni i

Towiiufclp Gut It. Good A twenty-foot yawl rigged craft. Suit-
able for emitting ou this coast. Ad- }
( PERFECT SYSTEM BY Gravel Itonil dress or call on Tag TROPICAl, SUM for I.BACN Want a Good Horstt ?
!
y t : ARE BUILT AND :Bay township, in Macomb further Information, CLUB I Cull on R. A, House, of( West 1'neacU.
., has the beet gravel .... .. \ He has'ern to *ell.iast .
any township in that state, --- ': --- .\( J l\
(Incorporated) "
4' porno of the Splendid Earle in Good Roads Magu. Visit N'a
PranCe. Belwluiu and the of the efforts
t in" result
p i 000.000 Spoilt ,by Latter LOYeJoy who Is such a strong Camden, Southern Pines and CAFE Coast Rei

Her Illithwayn In *'!". good roads that he wouldn't Pinehurst on your way home. The e
.
I rtty'$ It will Interest ;you to until the highways were beaboard Air Line Railway la the h .. and Cafe

I 4' roads of France. lu that 'should be. the board only line operating double daily Adjoining Royal Poinciana Grounds on S1MINOLE HOTEfc J: BD

t t t1 t'I\\ ; la no such diversity gravel prevailed pit; then upon he urged ev- service Leave tit. Augustine 8:55: the North. 'I 0
and 6:10 Leave Jack. Regular Meals
; ;)'::" rial progress of the farmer to haul a load of gravel a: m. p. in. 35 /, '

!, ','. "" ''y', r the the merchant town, Is between found In the time he passed the pit and eunvllle( 10:10 a. m. and 7:40: p. m. afM Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner Oysters, tlte: { ks, Choi, 8. tt I ,
1' as
: the road In front. of Ills own -- To OrderPKIVATK a '
f"I.t1 r.;; snys Isnao B. Totter In .
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPrivate f *' ''
"
ti+ i;, Good Rouda.. The farmers the farmers saw what School at- all hours n 1 DINU d..Uf. '

I have always prospered. gravel Is over the an. Open froiu 6 A, M. to MI\\
,i. by the French back, wornout earth. The MiMl<. E, Hi miry, Kvernla street. ,
spent
First-Clan Drinks
Served
from Z
r) '' .j r' bring Itself more cloudy In purchased two more pits In Dally" 8o8Hlon" 8jolo: it a.n. L Chef tr6s+ ,_ :.n I' ;
taco: to 1.30' p. m
';, its rural population bug of the township and. at + a
[ --- ;
:
'f Piano lessons by nrranaenitnt.: loajlfYYTTYYYTYYYYYYTYYYTTYYTV r Cuisine
offered and
'" vested. of Mr. Lovejoy *. Service
.P,' Of course these roads of farmers with teams to haul Manilla Ho

not built by farmers who the winter and place it ou I -- -r PRIVATE DINUvG\ PARLORS :ihlro' orrlloreattaallhours: :
the road one winter and on
after :
taxes
their
: highway .
..::W4 t followed In this country, I side the next. I Ff8E1 UCIr111a11i. TonsorlalArtist.: r rPAIILOJIB ..,. MRS. TIFFANY SPROUL,
turned -. .
winter the farmers
;
the of
'. .I repaired by use 1'1 11 I ... I "
.
> which and the town had to pay
like those
scrapers I IN rAJ.1DEAC'U HOTEL y
t I into ut the annu.il days' work which was a big Clean Rooms
use
HOT$4-
1 Hotel 1 Bursts and Cottiriffi'mwill and FlmtClHMM : Bplundldly Mutated facing zako Worth opponlte
", 'which takes place when H.rvU*.. nnditonsnnnhloTerms. hotel Royal Poinciana.
"work the rond" In for several I ;years the town Your putrotiHKe It. wuMclted. And Good,
;your Enlarged Improved and Sqnlp: |>od with up-to _
!3-!. the contrary they are nn appropriation! of from PALM BEACH HOTEL PALM BEACH The PALMS\/ date eonvetileuceg.

t I :f ,,S tip under n system which $1,800 and today practically Rates $2 $2.50 $3,00 Wholesome Foot
per day.
t .: the most perfect In tho roads of the township are .
DIMICK & R1EGEL For BpiKlul. weekly..te.addreu .
?' ID an official In chief who West West Palm Beach, Fla. o.
tars "Th Palms," Went Palm Beach Fla.The Rates $soo Per Week
Proprietor,
but to
: ,. and requires from his ,," not of course, equal 'Palm ". Table Board $4.3 Per

t {h complete reports at cnlly built by tbe use @I\i1C\ @@(i@ @
In this manner Information but a bill improve-
,It., at band showing the scraping the dust and mud Beach 9 Capital Cafe Near Corner Polneetta ai ,

.1'. f. monde lu all parts of the (, ditches into the roadway ev I $ c- Streets

}f course the work Is divided DrugStore.
\(\:. ent sections, which In I Oysters, Steaks : WEST PALM BEAC ''
,
I
U-7-tf
charge of subordinate MACADAM. .A...
d --- : Chops Etc---
:per'intendenta.Broken
e. to Make the Beet Pave I .--

ent Ever Invented. ;: & At, All Hours
-DEALEBSIN- ;. : .. LARGENErThe :,
the past year a new kind of .
r has been Inaugurat Open From O A. Mto 10 P. M. ,
I promises to turn out tbe best PAL Y tw
T permanent roadway ei Drugs, Toilet Articles NORMAN C. UPP. Manager : ri
) .
,, or pavement for cities ) i r Maximum of I ? 'T ,
Jefferson
Opposite Block Corner Street and
g: Olive Clematis Avenue ia-6-tf
At Minimum 1 1Thnw ,
It bus been used lu Fine Stationery ana : to
.
\ several years and with i>>@Xi@< @
( at Ilanilltou where It Is without bath "Spacious' ,
Is Druggist's Sunories. i and riu..a Irontln.
V "tar macadam. Hero it
L Lake Worth,
uaucndnm" and has Prescrlptlollsrltrernlly: Compounded I THE TRAVELERS Orchestra. New York Cbef. '
i and given a very dura. East Coast Business Solicited.. ,
Get off BtPolnclnnaR'wyJtH 1
the past season well on 'to Wl-ST\ KALM' HKAOH, 6-104W' NEW MANAGEMENT i
,- AS. A.STUN I
yard. have been laid In
SIDNEY MADDOCKPro

.I New of England the middle cities states and and In New Idea in Trunks. MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Prop'r, Jacksonville, Fla. ._--f.1.' &

Just; recently a contract 1 ,

an Ohio pavement com Electric tights, Electric Bells Baths Complete Service. .
laying three miles of this VOSS HOI s

pavement on tbe state road The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take .
county leading out of The most reasonable(;

COUNTRY BOAD IN at an expense of UO,000. car atthe. Union Depotandask Conductor 10 stop itl the TraTelen. ltd House In West Palm Jj
it has been laid, either in '
'-
nlsbed by contract, and ; ,. or in Canada, it l la said to Board 'and Lodging 't P;; ,

the amount of labor unvarying satisfaction. The Yos I oltotROStokoROtROKostokokokolRolRO.toltoetotROkokOSloetoll oltoKO Evornla. Street,Juat Emit of Tic*
year on the French roads l which It has been laid in the ot
4is MRS E.': C. VOA ;
] The
own surprisingly states immll.at least the which cities is has likely given to It make a per.it w r .11 I/I" 't fit .t. ': .. .., .... .R ...,.. .

I state roads should be strong competitors of the DRty q(iM NCO i
I the some way. for It 1 Is as smooth as uM;talxy I HOTEL SEMINOLE i Don't Forget
_ In Belgium also the M4,4a'A elastic, legs noisy and Palm Beach, Florida ,
are built and maintained be more durable and more

eral government of, and In in repair although costing o It ti o 11o That we hare, at all times,
nine provinces Belgium
the cubic of
price per yard 0 a choice Hue or
cent of the highroads In New Bedford Low. I The Slallman Dresser Trunk 11
class, the entire length of Cambridge Holyoke Overlooking( beautiful Lake Worth, facing the Hotel i
Represent a new Idea In trunks. It in M FLORIDA
roads being 4,173 English places where It has been laid I portable dre*Inn ruse,with drawers instead of Royal Poinclana! ; a first cla rf, home like hotel. Near lio WESTERN
I' a total of 5,280 of roads of the utmost satisfaction. i a place' fur everything' from u hut to a
The best roads of Belgium collar:, button,and the' bottom la as accessible as an points of interest to tourists. Our specialty. If excellence o
the top. Costs no more than good box trunks
provinces of Namur Liege ComTiilMBloner Needed. Shipped C. O D., with |rtvileen I | to examine, MEATS ,
-I embourg, and permanent Two-ccnt: stamp for llluutiated catalogue, o of table service, clean cooking, courteous treat. oo u'
t needed by our people in the
nre kept on the roads public roads are education, F. A. STALLMAN. ment of guests. House. newly furnished, and under o i .
tion of the chief engineer It 11o Live f
and
Dressed Tur-
ince for the purpose of with a view to securing B8.Went Spring Street, new management. Experienced white help only will be
by the next legislature ? .lyr COLUMBUS. OHIO. It '
'j observance' of the of public roads says employed in all departments. Beat of fishing and ro keys, Chickens. Butter, '
ing after the constant

J I,,'' 111.hwnys., be a(X.competent C.) Argue.man.Such He a Wheel Chair boating,'and good- hunting. Rates $2 to $3 per. day. o Cheese, Eggs, Etc.
In Baden the main roads livery
only know a good road when 11
the supervision of the 0
i .. 0
but he must be able to build
ties and are cared for with He must also be a man J. C. SUMMERS oa Prompt Attention to Mall Orders.
regard for the New Wheels .
\i: talk to the people who can oof
furnier and Inland travel.
law relating] to roads In commissioners how to place PROFRIISTOKI X '
0o
Polite Attendants 0
duty of maintaining the educator, in fact. He must I 11 Faber Bro's. Market
county In the state at least I -*>-tf oAOie0i10110A0S.0710110I01101101e0510 ,
\ follows: One-qunrter each In order to secure a Prompt Service i kolso5so5soIOiso5loSso5loto7ro7sokio
town and county In which
West
man he must be paid a liv \ Palm Beach. f
situated time remaining: I
the state treasury. -say $2.500 a ;year or about I 1.1-1903

In Italy the minister of And each a man will be
is at tile bead of the to any county many times Wheelmen furnished who are familiar

..,. these public roads works.Is In The most each and every year. with all points of interest on both EVERGLADE PRODUCE CO. BICYCLESWheel8kept

''f .: Good no.... Will Brl.ir. ,
'vK, taken by contracts the sides of Lake Worth:
curried on under direction good schools In our country la first-class Con
ment engineers. The but we cannot have them Headquarters for. dition. When you want to rent
laborers are called roads; we need better a good,easy-riding Wheel go to
lire selected with great In the country but JONES & SPEED'Prop's.

reference being had to have them without good "''j..tai Live and Dressed Poultry E. PORTERAnd
fconesty. They must be of ; need better mall facilities in
stitution and must be able but we cannot have them West Palm Beach, Florida.. -

; .J') write. Each one of these roads; we need better so 1.I. Country Produce Get.
r v
In the country but we ;
11 provided with a full set
," implements specified by law. : them without good roads; I Fresh Country EggsGrapefruit A Ramble]
of work, are from sunrise more accessible markets for X: Orders filled,for Choice, Indian

and each day ho is obliged but we cannot have I .,
:' the entire track of road good roads.-General Roy River Oranges. 'l' Wheels For Sale.

charge. He must be st-rltf and Oranges re .

,"{1'r'-; the line of his work In '. IIIKh '.J"" Commission And General Repair Work done by at
r ,'weather and In case of .. has a highway commis Auxilliary Yacht"ARTHUR Expert Repairer
bound to work on public
co-operates with the towns .
Olive Street ..
thief duties are the leveling West Palm Beach
in the construction of fine
of the highways the B FRESH VEGETABLESC. -
commission !has spent an .
4 ,inud dust. etc. tie must $400.000 since 18In\( the ., J .' '\ l-8lf F
ers In distress and vehicles AGENCY
maintaining of new roads. Makes daily trips between
accident
or by weather
for constructing the public ,
neglect of duty he may be .
pended] or dismissed, by the state county West Palm Beach andMunyon's CONTINENTAL

degree of tbe offense tbe' formerly first supplying It 1 was one-bnlf respon A. J. CRIPE
The fines accumulated
a third. :'
Island
year are divided among PLANT
J contoualeru or given to one HICADQUAHTER8 FOR COMPANY'
tual benefit association of and Free Delivery ,
at all Point of InterestSteamer -
to a western paper land Stopping
members. Cantonnlers
are
,, ,. 'with credit and distinction alon; one of tbe newly Fine Jewelry, Novelties Artistic Shell Goods and OfKittrell, N. C.STRAWHEItHY .
rural
.c ""more free postal delivery }
years are promoted
e
( Increase of monthly wages. Increased Is another from argument$2{ to $3 per In leaves Welt Palm Beachat in Souvenirs I Wedding, Black Aluminum NovBirthday .
from 1ST3 to 1S7S
yean PLANTS

eI ,though bout 916.000,000 before that on her .Indirectly rural an tree argument{ delivery in 10.30 A.M. Returning, and Holiday J cities, Toilet Articles and Cabbage. Tomato and oUry Pl.nu.CARNATION ..

made many excellent roads.-Saratoga (N. Y.) arrive at 4.30 P.M. Toilet Sets in Sterling. PINKSA

+' ''in all parts of the ,I Specialty
constructed about
Italy
s 'new road nnd bad then a Matte of entlmcat. Re !d-Trip Fare, r 75 Cents A Fall Line of latest Uagazloei and Periodical Always On Band. We handle O. 1..ROM Tibet. and Olen powerinir|at. Mary flu Plants| for

miles In course of Is no longer a A.IIar.of jrour patronage' lolieltcd.MAII t
,t In the Netherlands. as In sentiment, but U a question JTB.-Finest blue fishing and trolling
tries already mentioned, and means and scarcely it Under SemInole Hotel West Palm ORDERS PROMPTI.Y
Beach. FILLED:
.
: 'Wi'Ia are maintained at tbe In country or city grumbles oo Lake Worth p.>.n-tf t1..a-lf Add.. FK,tNK COt-B
for this
Jhn atlt I purpose. t-i-tf ,
.N4 P. a aus ,Wut Paint Duola Pla' "

'" .r Ad,: ,
.'
.1 .' :, I ;' : \' ; ,
A ti_.,_ ? a+w .wlnafAvlalsiAaJfes.w .. ,,.,,..,..J.' ''II''J' "'.oIo.r": ",.J" ;; _, \i .' .
: \ )
., ,,,, '
,, ,
""''''''''''Im':1':*;>:;: T' : "II".j1I:, ,, I
.
'''.
,,,_,,,,,,,,,,,,:,, .....ot.r'! ..."c. _. ,oJ't .. wfrtt; '. ;ji+,...it : > r'f .
.. .1 _
,, .
,, ,, ... .. "' ,
.
.
""' """M''J. ''' '''''''''hWi'"i",1" ;) '" : w." .
''''. t
\ ''. ;\ ) ''I"'ifi":>' \ 'n.. ... ,
'* :::) ;., ; \ .+- "" """"" "" t\\lQj\I, {',r'l'l'! \' ii ." : j. .. ''',' ., /", .. ,' :;4 :: .. ,
.., "' w; '. '. .. .. >j'J' j\\ ". '
ro ,
.. ,1:0.:: i'if1'' : : ;',':: ., "' .". '. 'Mr;' c "
,'y'j, ,;.
;"" .. ," ,



IPr t dr

,,'0
'
'I
"
vt'lt'

"t, J

'
: I


_'_ __ THE I i IlCAL J:: SUN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA MARCH .., 1902. Icli
-

iI il:1 SCHWAB AND THE UNIONS --- i
:1 1'onl.tli
.v 8 : DEALER '
Tin- HU-.tl nrna/v, Miiiit I.enrn to AI.lim OD WOOD! E.GRUBER IN.. HA'RD'WARECROCKERY
'W .
ti: ,
/ A WORKINGMAN ANU FRIEND I1i i"ilifi-N 11.. Klutitn. H. Claim. I ,

t POOR, HS WAS The) commission chosen at the New ----- 1a and
j j.r York( labor conference IH charged; with i
ANSI. the duty not merely of the Stove Wood
tb. 0">>&":"" iTror aiding; peaceful FURNITURE
...CRUCIF\I settlement of disputes, but with: tho Delivered l'
to
"'i' : o.lb, \ tll, tusk of devlnlriK Any art of Town. ,; ,
P a woi-lUpg system by
.r..... "! eat I
an' which corporation* pud labor unions .
:. eietyV' :;; i I All Kinds of Boat Coods.
Win ofllclnlly and effectively get together Leave orders at Wood Yard, on Cle- ,t 4 ?e mew
:'Ii (a far ns we have been able 1 ath as representatives! of the great malls Avenue, near the railroad track, ''I BlcyclceandBicycle Bundrl, ate.....,Tinware, Door*,Suh lad Blind

'front the Scriptures, Christ b' !ved Industrial forces of the community. In or aJdresn ; y
All Kinds of Fishing! Tackle and Hportin GoodsUaoollna
his remarks before the ,
conference
,,,givIng to every man nn equal c once Mr. J. J
T. 1
that SHELL Blue Plame Kerosene Oil Stoves
Schwab said be was In favor of Stove*
'iNy; :tlIr\l\ a livelihood: no put bin foot< labor unions If they were organized '1 } u, Gl*..'WATCI, mp*end X.antcrnn. Harrlaon llr )..' Ready Mlxad Paint .
t n on special privileged! denounced on PROPRIETOR 0-6-tf /-mail Ordrrn Given Frmnpt 'tteDUun. 11-i-g
a proper basis. It Is to be .
hoped, and
+ f .
who
...,; lie devoured widows' houses
the very,temperament and of Mr.
spirit
kk {ilt '
: especially those who lived the t
on '
Schwab justifies the hope, that he will It ekestotostootostotoKostoKostoetottoras'oKOKos ottostoKokoroK too
> of other ,
i' ll'jpr people
' G,
'' soon take broader

-:J' N.. \\f.*, rtjlrlst'arlXlntel. Was; and not worked a plutocrat at Ills trade lie wus for If the very, and best the results ground opportunities are than to be that.this accomplished PAUL C. JONES ;1>! W. C. M1NNICK I I Truscott Boat M'f\ g Co., 0

....k ug_ until ho.became engaged In the time
are extraordinary, tho "If" must !
I CONSTRUCTORS OP
p'7 formation. bo taken out and. the principle of organization JONES & MINNICK It o
0
recorded<< that
anywhere .
I'st was a word heeler or that he Mr. Schwab represents unqualifiedly capital.recognized lie represents High Grade Pleasure, Craft i ,
old Wa
t Tote to the, hlgest bidder, and I
corporations. Why should he
ierefoL-8! we are Impelled to believe .BuildingContractors. Marine Motors. o
Bay whet labor unions are organized :. Vapor .
,t1. t ho was incorruptible and above .
on a propel' basis the '
Suppose labor
roo.ch l leaders should say, "We are in favorof I' | J. D. C. MORRIS, Agent, oQ. 1 1o
,. .. ;I' ,.t''fihrlst was a reformer in his day and
? : met the reformer's fate. He wad corporations a basin.if. they are organizedon t Only the Beat ofi Mechanics West Palm Beach Florida,
proper Mr. Schwab: and
denounced by the monopolists and the his friends Would<< promptly reply: 'It |p o7so1soltotitoAoSSOlsoiso5eo1so1fo5soUoo7so1so1so9eolsolso o5so7aoteolsoX v
.th, '
believers' in special privileges who erued' is not for you to say the basis upon 'fA., Employed ey: $ Our Contracts ys k,
} him, In order to rid the world<< of which
q corporations should be organ. '"
r labor agitator and pestiferous rener. Ized. That is our filCalr. We are renponslblo A. GALE C CUTTRELL i

? rani', ,., for the success'' of this organisation WEST PALM BEACH ... FLORIDA"1320M
c;"t it strange things have happened not you. If we have some ;,9 MAN GONIA BOAT WORKS
; e the Reformer Palestine ,
1'14 great of bad feature in corporations, it is yourpr'Ivilege ; .
ehet! !" teed! his Ufo on the altar of free- $$ iocc ,
!
t' ; d or the poor and<< downtrodden of and right to criticise it and C. C. CUTTRELL, :Manager, ,

rp suggest improvements, but you are not .. .. ..
ace. responsible for the organization of tho Shipwright Caulker and Spar Maker. : .
,
day the of the they
oppressors poor United States Steel corporation." La.

;- >ictltlve cates of wrong special, 'are privileges the principal and borers Schwab.Am say exactly that to Mr.: G. W. S. BELL i MARINE RAILWAYS

hlpors of the lowly Nazarene. In The mistakes of: labor organizationssuch '

It maybe said that, true to their as Mr. Schwab referred to and Contractor and BuilderWEST and Boat Shops. West Side of Lake, ,

C ) ha they almost have: a monopoly the mistakes of corporations such as he ,
at MAN GONIA.
referred to. will be eliminated
not by
>P ., .1 JJ':Jness and the monopo- attacking either corporations or labor :PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Estimates :ITurniahed on New or Old Work. 11

I 1'0 : :: to make I It appear that unions but by brluiclncr the bent Intol- "' .. t __.. ____i iI .,.._ n' _______n. Vessels hauled out and taken care of for the Summer. f
uc erect on Buildings all descriptions given
nS1j the great defender of A mm repairing' UI or penK'U.Uattenllon.
: nmp gpe- lectual
+ r" 0" on f 'gas and favored Inequality; ability and the greatest experience PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED sue-: All Work Done With Neatness and Dispatch. i '1
to bear upon tbem both, and the ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly
'en, promising;! to reward tne surest way to do that Is first of all to done. References given if desired. SEA SKIFFS A SPECIALTY 11-1-02:

J nil contented<< poor In a king.t recognize the principle of the right of for .
Completely Equipped First-Class PlumbingResidence
be would establish
"beyond both to exist. Let that once be generally ,
!r fiaset's radiant glow." They often recognized and the rule adopted that on Evernia Street, neat t' ake Front", P. O. Box 361.I.R.tr LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS
1 '
time
a Scriptures to prove that their all questions of policy between the unions ,

'lentlon la right, and they are fond and the corporations. shall bo sub |A. T. ROSE, Proprietor.

,r laying you.", "The poor ye hare always jects of mutual consideration by equal Want : Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish :Boats, Row Boats and Dinghyev
v representation of both In one common a Built to Order Overhauled Hauled Out. '
Id It ever occur to the Wonted mo. Repaired or
body, and the best results may confidently
list and 'exploiter ,thutwhile be expected.-Gun ton's :Maga Boat Yards at llangonla.

it I: did make that remark on one, zine. House Built ? 10-18-tf P. address WEST, PALM BEACH FLAB]
Ion, he
: >ut that, on the contrary, he Power of Colon Label
:0.: *
C
( "hat "the laborer Is. worthy of S. J. Hamilton, trades unionist of J3: II. T. Grant, Contractor andfBuIlcler\ Is prepared to give Do You '

r mire? Lynn Mass., writes to the New York prompt service and satisfactory work to nay one need

', believe of "equal that rights the Saviour to all and was spe-inor union Evening label Journal as follows: on :the value of tho m ing anything in the construction( line. We have them to wantSTEAMBOAT, 81 I ??

t privileges to none," and, so far asa It is Interesting to note that with the Call on or address i; Just none.on:tUI
'0 have been able ,to learn, he never
advent: of the union label
commodities -
; upon H. T. GRANT
'. approved. of munificent gifts to col- ; made and purchased by the We are also Prepared ,

.,,, ''ges, but he said most emphatically; laboring classes the most influential 6-6-1902 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.JAMBS To Furnish
.
l'' 4 the rich man, "Sell all that thou hast -.
and of
capitalists employers labor have
,
111' and give to the poor and come and<< follow suddenly awn ttened to the fact that Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

....! me." / the workers have rights and are entitled
- Would Christ- have- uttered- war a to consideration.The .OB.- HOLLEY Write or call on us,for Anything in
command, If It had not,,been right? Did i committee of thirty-six which Our Line that you need.
he not recognize the fact that the poor 1 ....... BUILDER *.J- '
has been formed<< may possibly do ]labor .- Merrill-Stevens Co. ;
Engineering
were entitled to the possession and enjoyment :

i. some good, but It will not, in my .. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FUKNISBBD ON APPLICATION ,
of all wealth
because thewel'e
) opinion, be In the .
lasting. opinion of
.. .
: the workers and<< had created all all conservative workingmen the labor- WEST 1-H-tf PALM BEACH, FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville ..

t wealth? Ing classes have got the surest way ,Ir..4 a Marine
Railways I
More than 1,000 years have passed Pater
and the most pencef already in their
since the star of Bethlehem looked lands, and that is 'purchasing I Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS
down upon the manger In which lay I
(, the Infant form of that mighty and power. ''
If insists
' a person upon receiving BOND & 'BOND COMPANY
'serene carpenter of Palestine who had nothing from the retailer but goods Build Houses

:"' 4e courage to denounce the rich monopolist which are union stamped, he has the (INOOUrOHATKD.)
: s and exploiter of the poor, and manufacturer at his command. Whena Move Houses.
A" ,I' ;yet It is the same old world that It was workman buys anything that bears MANUFACTURERS OF'

t then, and sometimes we think It Is the: union stamp, he nt once does all In Repair Houses. ,f4u''
\, growing worse instead of better. his power to secure for his fellow laborer
work
r':/ The world is indeed full of hypocrites good wastes, short hours, sanitary Shop I LUMBER lATH--ANo SHINGLES I

F: for.the very men whom Christ : conditions and fair treatment, and pairing or ,
----
denounced his -- -- -- -
t'i are now chief worshIpI' when ho sees the union label upon a

I''>,t They have perverted the doctrines finished article bo knows that to be a Dock Building.Call .....,...aft.a ;x Flooring, Siding and Ceiling. O Brick Lime and Gemem. ,
r> ., of the Man God to suit'their own diabolical I guarantee of merit given it.
,
: purposes and Internal machinations. on or addressM. -IN STOCK:-

.. OF
The Letter Carrier* Fay ,

'J .:;' have It we to would conclude<< believe that them It Christ, we would were Edward<< J. Cantwell, secretary of the J. YARBOROUCH Doors, Sash, OFFICE AND' YARDS 3-1-1902

alive today he would be a bloated National. Association of Letter Carriers ON F. E.:C. RY. .
Went! Palm Beach. Fla. Blinds MouldingsAND ,
'.. and editor of their official organ, 'I
bondholder or a corporation magnate: .
The Tostal Record, "We shall Poincetta St. and lake. Worth.
: says: renew Between
t. that be would be a kid gloved pew. --,--
';1',, holder In one of our fashionable our efforts this winter before congress oK Koo KonoatokostostostoatostostoK Building Material, .
to increase the of carriers,
churches, that he would hobnob with pay
r "1t&l& the Vaiiderbllts the Goulds and and If our national/ lawmakers are .CHARLESTON, S. C. &yz&c .$y &Dtc$& 31E' 3tE R:
.
r the open to argument we will succeed. Under I iffanta. I
Ij, Rockefellers and that he would<< turn \ .. Largest Factory South. W
the present law letter carriers in
jI his nose at poor people and avoid their cities of more than 75,000( Inhabitants, Send for Priced, TO ALL INTERESTED .

a r contaminating society. after a service of five or six only '
According to the prevailing notion, years '
T receive $1,000 annum, which Is i R -rrx -
he would "move In the best society," per House Built ? j
accumulate vast wealth by adhering to the highest salary they can get. In cites A C. Dittmar
of less than 7:>.000 the highest
strict business methods, and he would ; pay '
Is $850::; a year. But the carders must I DEALER IN Peninsular Electric Construction! | .
heavily endow the higher' educational
Institutions for' the benefit of the start with $GOO and serve at least six THUS J J. BRIER I -hough and-- .S
years before they can Ret $1,000. Whatwe
3 ;.wealthy o x Dressed Lmmbet COMPANY
ask from congress Is that the salaries OS ,
According to the prevailing notion
he would not believe in the doctrine of shall be graded; so tbat for the first Contractorand 5 Shingles Doors, Sash Blinds, IS NUW open 'to the patronage of the public of West y 1 t,
the carrier in a first class city
n "equal rights to all and special privileges year o J
Brick Lime Palm Beach and vicinity.
Mouldings. ,
shall receive $000, the second year :
"
{ to none, he would not be con Buildero
F cerned nbout the problem of tbe unemployed $80O( the third year $1,000 and the I | and Builders' Hardware. Electric Construction of All Kinds.

R' be would not favor'a pure democracy 'ourth"ycnr 1200. In cities of less 3o FORT PIERCE, .. FLORIDA 1I
Call Belle, and Fire Alarm
Aniiuno tore Burglar System a Specially.
than T3.0OO: the salary shall be $1,000
Is (fill order .
or the rule of the majority he prepared to your '
after three years' service." ALL WORK UtrVHANTEEI, :,4:
;would not be opposed to franchise LIGHTWOOD POSTS
in workmanlike
promptly and 'ro
-3 t grabbing and private ownership of jj O dices in Jefferson Block 10-18-lf (
public utilities and would look with A Stronw Arbitration Law. if manner. Estimates furnished o First Class Lightwood Posts for : '
utter indifference upon the widespread By the passage of the industrial arbitration Pineapple Covering and other pur- P. O. 394. West Palm Beach Fla. *

misery and poverty of his fellow cltlcens. !- bill through Its final stages the 0 oa construction work of every .oo" poses Address '

IJI government of New South Wales has .description. 2 HOWARD ; $)()()(' 4 4
r The world's great Armageddon la placed a law upon the statute books
lUll to be fought and It will be a battle the: working of which will excite Interest | -uu" fI Sebastian Fla. : ;
throughout the whole world.

s every royal land between and<< the the exploiters wage slaves of the of This bill not only compels reference I West Palm Beach, Florida :
Lumber and ( Material
and
of all disputes between employers Building
race. K o D. M. GEA.URIDEAU,
And we would advise the boats of labor employees to a competent court, with O O110A01107a0i10A0ivO1tU!
to choose well their leaders and to power to enforce its orders and awards, St 0110 A0il0Il PALMS SHAVING PARLOR.

i ,, follow their white pjumes In the thick but makes a strike or a lockout beforeor yln.t.cln..Tonearla, work by the .. Everything in the Building Line ..
f'I. 'It.< of the tight and to continue the battle pending such reference a misdemeanor "Old nulla.'...."

i \ffjj.i 1. until they have placed their stainless punishable by a fine or Im SHOP VNDEK HOTEL PALMS Lima Sash Nails .
SPROUL'S EXPRESS
'.I'', banners on all the frowning ramparts prisonment. The court which will pas \V..t Palm (leach, Via, Builders' Hardware ,
,
: of the alien world.-John Allen Jlette upon these disputes la to be presided Cement Doors- Faints

: h.: In Augusta.pa.( ) Voice of Labor. over by a judge of the supronCe court. Furniture moved, Baggage: Turned Work and MillWork 1

f.r'.,,; There is no appeal from the decisions transferred and general W. H. ARTSON House Orders a Specialty { of all Kinds iS '
of this court. ,
'd".ne.d. done
\Vmf*. Voluntarily draying at reasonable

At South Bend Ind., the Indiana Convention ol Capmakers. rates. TAILORING GEO. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallie, Fla. '
.' Railroad company posted an order t-la-lr i)
granting a voluntary increase of wages In compliance with the decision of Two-Seated CarriageOr In All Its 'Branches

to employees which amounts to $10,000 I the recent convention of the American Single Buggy o &
-f order Is the second voluntary I federation of Labor President Oouilers ----,
The
n year. made by the company Is planning the formation a national For hire by hoar or day. The Photographer
t Increase PRESSING CLEANING Albert Kaufmann !
;
,
:within the last two years. The increase i union of cloth hat and cap mak eaveorders at Manilla. House. .O .
ft.b' applies to motormen and conductor. ers. Each organization of this industry llOtfFamous DYEING AND REPAIRING Studio, In Block "n
in the United States has been requested
who are paidby -
employees
and all station
11i\\; \. the. average to suggest!: a city and<< an approximate FLORIDA. '
hourmaking > WEST PALM BEACH.
the
'r' Horsehide Sheet-ANTUONY t Shop on Olive St. West faint Beach. i-a-tr
date for the general I convention.
,
4! rages[ $2 per day t r

.i,, : ) t<< '
,ot.- ,. I' ,, ,". .' ; ', < ',' A 'I
]I \ \ '
1 w I' .
; ,
'
< : \ ; : ., \ f 01

"',. ',.jf.", ... ,.-. -. "...,""'.".\\ijJ" .....1.I.,,".) "lj\1.. \ ion.", ., : 1 .J\i'\; ,,"...".. ""....;""J'loT";I<' l'..".,..""_"_',";,\_\"','I,,.,."..".'"...,-,," ",',"''.:: ,. '.,,...,.-'...,."....'.... ..i. ."', ''I' ;,, :t.I.j\" ..:\.. ,,,,,.....I','.,i,," :n', ., !ft i a g'!1"I'\, ;:i,S w:Ji,! !i"1.1'"'-'' .;.IXI!:, ,<',<;....I"'1,;,.O'i'".'' I ".""j.,"" .I"\\,. \" .."........."''"'''jJ...",;''''..,'...ry'....,''" 'fo"fi1::1'?(.t ,,...,... ,


'\'I: '" ,',.' '1<7". ., I'. '"" .' ,:,1'",,N' ,,", ,.... .1, '" ; ........... .. ,
'
?>! 'J 'f. '" t. '"
J. ', '



L

t? _______ _ "
:


'y \ : ,
: : ,
_ ; fd -

_______________ _


I








z TllE",TROPJCA,}; x. SUN; WT) I>,AI M 134ACIJ LBIA, FRIDAY H U, 190. .

.. .j"
., .-.- ." "...n...." .... _. .._.._ _......... =. : -. "' ,' l' <:i,1c"a
,
-" -
__ 'sucecding Sabteud\: !: mattlr.prllr'red I t. "WH T T, R, I GEMS 'JACSQrIY ouFFNT'QOMMENT. ; : ,": .,: "

'i'i '-.1 IJItR' '' ''I"' ( especlt111y f9r) : the little 'roiL81, ; ntii4ervfe[ LLYJANS.C In } QrF : Zftb
.
m 14 :: '\). "eM)'; 10,
TROPICAL! SUN PUBIISIIINGAT COMANY' 1 pf rjmipmentj\ III the family Chemist. It. E. Rose, has Jt'>hi.tq, ;! say S.entirnerttsExpressed by 1 ( al\l.\ Shears and Paste-Pot I

> '. : Dear reader, don't you think in regard to the proposed f"lductlQIl '
4 ,
: .*]3x 1 >Stiipard ted HilLS Have To Say On Some
\ '
:" i ;g t"f' .uP.I'et your money's worth ? 11 of the tariff on Cuban nugnr.:: .

IoUB" IIA \ ell us how to do better and am"'I nin In fnvor'uppoHtnl of(tlis/tnimnuratlo to It ,Ini;; ''<>vur al dortrlni ronfmim.I .; 'I' i j.i t I ttt'l 4,''11'I- "-'I''i i : > l \ :' Timely Topics,

WIST .fVM.HB OApa I QOUHTy f UORIP.A. 'II '1' of n tnrltf for rif Biin", and I I-CMHI-I! thdiKiirtnxu .----".---- --
: :: A01J. !! \ ; ; ; tjr,. .. < Strictly, Iu Liii-' ilno, an llirf: BOUND: DEHOOEATIO PEINOIPLEB.i : ,
a! ,. tariff In Iovi.'d-on raw sulfur, end while 10 i .u, ,' .1//i, ." neither Is Necessary, Dro.
$SUBSCRIPTION JZ.OO, Jl YEAR.tilie ; ,
bring, nione.r Into the truuuutliry It doe ,
"
if ST. PATRICK'S DAY nofc'nwPMBrlly' come cut of the pockets We guess it is pretty; bar4 to. blame
.. ) ON DAY NEXT 18
.
.
.
Tlicme Id. Hot- Amies.KdwarO.M. .
\ Dooa41i of the iimiplo. lly that I moan lint IttlKlr : lbs fellows who hi : decided that it is
1tnteH.d cwlomca'of Went Palm :
eoouclMtai On fhrf eighth; p'a'pe/:; of this paper will )Wu: no tariff on mirror.' titus pIincIcpu ."- ... !h9ara1olt. to tttedenied beet tc?,have Flriua politics Kia ;lerlzed
.1- s matter. )benl'ftrIR.I"would botneFtuicai' TriiHft.
'J fl : be found aoyerul .columns of ml1.ttg l*4 .16 would, not nioka any dlfforwnrn tttu I P.th-.. :YhtLDvI&n. 1hll' co tether than Tilltnanlzed.. .You sec; they

.._ '., F A't. HtXncjr 1 1, '190:1: devoted to the patron .Bi\lnt""foinihEmerntd ." :|jol rctlnpd it' baa mi/jur./ alwayH: 1 uuy'ililn been advlHrnllyt'bovauHO ituiuono : I I Platform_,fl.moerlo E"*..,i get the .the former bigger views.'rik Of off1 coufse'for it holding is no .#'
-
Isler.' 'THE-PEOPLTC"S: ) : PAPER .uiUtLetL!:Juiir&iUf:I ,_th .exletend6ertiieWlIinn: bllt,.. .....ba'&u."L.JI' !'.!H. !... ..J.J...' news to any one to say the, 'rake off"

i'XR'to1m'1fftnitST: NDAlm"Oti. Doc; : seeks to be-.uprtornow" in all Its work' enoriflouc*were" &jjipurted ljIiftflrItit\: "'into of 'N,' ..MiMer oountr' dit'1iu4 huitii : 'I"...' fites their opinions.-Madison Recorder.

apd makes effort to providfiiinpf6ii 1 Irloo of the 'tInned at4iuin. and that lit, $' "W111Idm*J'"Brran' 8'tht guest if '
SVANT otNewJ' i'nejl!tIo oble ;.to dc1are.. every iirm-tli-nlly the only way mi(far Ix umul Intliu \ ', ''And Hair Is This T "- ,

1? '>quarterl.vcitvSdends'oft: CJ per slmroras i .'aiitp. <( ofr1aee11Ppart p tt :A report has gone nut from Jacksonville
Conn. the
evening
it hna done for the past three of importance aa they roll around.,,. prvtiviit o/lOCb.o'tlitin., tli.. oilittlopot thenuRurUllUcH t I"Tue New Haven on ,end 1I'! :printed In the associated
\iHt lullllguH & Jan.!8., : I! ; 'press dispatches, that the Standard Oil
iasmall wonder IMIKLUB lo
there thatthis ujillarM "
I: 'T : iyew'l' I h, .. ,f'v.,i liT III liu|' |>ouketMl1.n..uC.) .... liriutA., Wllllatlioiruvtii'Uuiuut \ "IQXktu'.Edinfnune with men yrlfo- Componria buying/ the phosphate companies .
: oinljS Ji 1 is' t:ust refyBto.1et, ; 1 1t(,, 'KQjtjje; TBE.1iDlTC'S' : ( of the(\ A-t iatnl Metrop- would woiliu' I'uoulytl ut puorer ill) thuruuytliiii'DUHUlilor bcuullu ..will contlnno to be Democrats whether' It Is 'Bald that the Standard Oil

""l ?grip itlws, o'n the American, public ,. Tim HiiKur ludUHiry >u IIIIH tituta Mliuiilil It Is orttnpopulnr. Wo bat. uilaredt* have been quietly, purchasing
;" .olihrges this with gl'el\n\ i 1C wouli uifk only mU controlling .interest the larger
paper bu eueuutiiHuO UH < : thG pastdhf.! fa \ cutup
,' \ As soon expect a foot-pad to- take all 1"110"" tu our buCuU5iiH" 1)i'tWW1IijbdOtectTveubtnhetttOr Bpenlh tootnJjntUj( !per\Q. ; papicH, for s'x' months. past, and that to.day. .
and ,..
eyed'oalousy) those ,
envy, W > < t
cusiflia'ilia lttl'\ '
to tftu-sttitrt.i.ut$4. fl dant advantages o
J of the of ,
baud out
.. own thiee-fourths of the
Jr.his empty they
;'. :; pocket I pJMisnnt: attributes? Wonder *whk IIIIIL-II' U9 BiiKur rutiwu. uxiu would b" r phospliate --
I' ; the. -tntto' questions and not the great underJyltij\ Interests of the State.-Orlapclo: '
vctrn\ !he : sti'anglpdfewith Uuml by the |I..d..e" of snuu.
I Jtlie yon} ; rhas we have to bt jealous about3vhr.t'the IB buhiK duuu now in UoulHluuu, ana WUMclouuuy .moral principle;) ; at tbo;, bottom of tberi; I Record. ,
___ __
t :,\ the'b'Eh'i; ?. I'hV'eaBtis'' rd 'par-{ tiw ll"BMii' *..tUtVU4i'e.I.thl4d| ,: : L l"nia: *uttaU <
Mel 1 1l.luoll.
has of tliu. :: uJUL.ttV$ '
; tbatTnEPEo'fLf hud tiiargu lo..u: ,
., )y'', <<.a..111", ''iIII ,tIC '''h' .... "' ,, .. 'J{ Plpfc'R h6'ull ." of the-country la. th
-, ---'--"-'- .. ...... . !% l( etivy oVcdvetJ1? ?ro The trusts4if! : )' i'vct)rel! JLtO) {IQ e principles ,.whlcfir underlie all problem Some of Vh'politiclau-of' the State -
paiio'iil ifdVe ffiSng 'patronajje, our cause''Is' fo'BE. The pnramount'ele.meat "are ,kicking because the Hon. Franc| '

I 14 (J' .1.......! 1'nE.itlptJEN""DJi:<\ THIS WEEK Of! quantity, nharacteri and 'iitialIc4n: > the platFonn eitber'DelUucl'o.tll or In civilization: Is the rnorokoile! ,' ,Clark.iChrtirmaa: the Stnte. Execut' .

\ x.Oover<: jJhji: '* Alrgeld.lu I't 1iepubliein parties, as an arpfUMenTtbeir l \vuero i Committee, does not call the. oom"
\ f-vim* J sdtJ'ihiiJI d4buse the mind o, : ,YoU crm't; fln<; .an! Instance : a
c J 1' ( and i hrn.{ ro'g(ikih f '' euils; tlie'RepublPcaa n'ritton 'tins'' onedowrl"to" decay' tutttee lOKetUer for.! ; arrangenientsfor1ol4ing /:
after thejJJelivebf; IrfHervid! \ treat ( '
't : | ahyi UkoIel f I StAinugh! ; to bur Oil the State primary,. Mr. Clark fruit nad, ..vegfttabje: Ptt
groMjers.,
!
iullustrieV '
,
the ; tariff to "itifunt where Its moral did not preceded, 'JtSpolUtcal. ,
J. Uoeircrf'iie high teup
:' ''J' passioned1'appeal'fofr that of 1 hetetropbhieedior pro now, resides la Oklabonia aqd! when, he matter of, fruits fiudi berries
such .thought even tt
-
a )1l"an.11IDcrusedcac'c.pacity
;, ,'t ," from the'st.! noP'aotiohIn- \ : p nd' f h DemiJui-atig princfph I .decay. *I deny: tlmt-lt: Is n.cOBl calls ''the committee 'together ,he will ), ;
: removes ? ) implf.! Am] wljtcijriies eg"' I,parr for a republic" to die. I deny thiuthere'"ls'liny t' then 'send In' 'his 'reniRdatfori; ''and a .ofi <(o per cent'jwhile

WjHjt-pfO}JtlititMll" life'one, pf jts raont"notabfaactors to jaailerrijaifi 1. : :1' "tov'ed fiy'nfa) friends[ raw m..Le.l'il.lt.b.t. J II"ta.ctul."d.III ( Tha politician iihould Test an increase of :'
: ) orte ,, weii try ( }, lean gratjd-ruid great a tUoHl vacancy. 100 per cent:: '
.
c't, and .cordially bated by numberless i pI.\\ :?: : : r.a8t..Cq,4' 'TIl.l' I llawo Bttine 'iiifant.riadpstriea.f.t! : .t.l'hey.lr I'hand yaPs}rom today:}ban It la now. eatty; the campaign will 'be long enough not 'alt.' kbe1'benefit 'Uttt 'wllffaruierS'an'd lI. :;'
'-w .Wt blow"o lt\owXi,1: prJt., \ t if .thei primaries are not held until late '
'
tl ridte'-a :
coD&Ilpft It'
t1i"t6 1 t 8ervtte>U a / philosophy. ; tiu'cli-growers.:! J Xra' '
t : political enemies, both joined in ad- \ 1 'lld I ; in the Summer.-Yolusia County ,Re ,
writing, bpfc, >;would 'respectfully! !! and: I were to be obliged to bo copientet old'ratlugi i ;, m'or' '
;., ; ti': mlr.Q Ir>IQhi); pa.t.1r. .t, W!! y'ell.rn.; narn'esty. \\iiirgeittMi' ( : : fnirj(iirinir\ for' otbiUf-4. ar.JtJny other tt.y'. I IT'Mt, 11blf'! !JleuItcauve. did or'I ,cor4: ____j > reque.ntly's > nau,te oq .uf '

.,,, t"tn force in any (piviJi4d( J lY. .lt lng! ))444 l ozi. Inl" Time ,? pptd! uone,1ar\ \ !
A s.andAfW'en8Ic iuterested merchant or patron : : 'n eij I \ ull1dllh q I't. L Itnqw"i A Warm Ahead, shippers
.t" f : : ;. -were ,?Uarged!", ,(for
!tu'tMj eOned./ way i no great r servIe th'nf"wiJ c Il'ran- Tiia' 1I in FJorFcjit:
political
1ua canipalRti
listsi. Tlj! books 1of Now they are allowed ,
poinpare,, .\\ .
>It. : i' ( I 1\ 1 .' tho world nn to work out the hiS -
bids
: r-.i: :HO\ A. > iAc'donitii I der tOL $!? year; fair to become: due of '
'' '
"iJ', :, I ropLE'stApER): : ,; are.open! .,fo;; IDHJtiop. J c. the carj In' shipping frlli
: which
,JlAILRO"DS.AN ,P," D E ,s : I problems'of civilization come ,to the bitterest the bUtory :of thq;; aP"'
.1 rf5 fA li'OR. _AN.QCUI..A...... R- PEMONSILTIq of! at onetime, and we invite ally .I'' : : > I ,t)9.), 'a': < ;'I:l. < > i iThere'j 'State The 'Dispensary"''and 'otbe! and 20. OO pounds' tor |1':=
I J" l t the Ne'wYork: 'acker1, .issues Will not bave: the tendenoy Tallahasseean'. '
theu1cent results 01 the ennclHhootinK l 8'ltt\\ i: qn. ,. "r t urn )* rid Justice In taxation. Thdre
,; .Ift '! .
to harmonize factions. Bitter
: .._mentw1jntQrcen.tL! tJ! "No- ejnthets doVtjfUjrbut<< .! ; then'-! !you Jii 1 .ve the tomato crops oflfjVii; < i s:be'eij! ;,l8'iio flppllPrtcli to: justice.) as taxation) Isadministered.today. .cal strife, should be deprecated pout.by j ---------,-_. .

eowingso prplif1u1e! fnut\ ,ftf!< -X cieUpt: :l ,a\zs'\ No nation can ert)- an( honest peopl..Palal.a, Times < :
; Law" within one mile of! tbe another guess ; fry--ugii I ilure[ nel.pitu fnjustlcei '!tas ..ttmeitoi ; / IW ANTItD.--A' ood; 'a eodiea" .,, ,
; ,;h, town $ Tafnt'i '''I'r. : ., I tl.b'e p ric s "lairly"gobd/ "'l''All, t'lifsjv : till Ito < Herald, wheel''; Apelti.1' SvnWS !3 .
( : ;
IRea'Jh/onf I
'N. Jfiulitl! yf JVe' \ roodit 10UI!" i taxation.system that wiltem. ? ..
'i There .things
: ; } .....!'!. .J' I Ie It should be-but fiere i is"'an: are many / '' 'I,
1 has: hubtowitneee the jgatherinK/: ol i ., :.aunlzsJlJlieBurdens) :! government.! bitter the coming: campaign; but It'cannot .. '
'QUJTE OP 'TUB BCSIN s"! essential" lackingcheu"ptransportation. reh3jf "What does Imperialism coat J" H"Unf : be helped. Conditions suchthat '
., r; ./ thousandrt of wild Uifck 'and' 'other A'JfUJ\IDER are !;>ar. qulttinx:: tl1s.ltocer.lt., !, ..
:, :S w'tit'er f wl'bbou't' the'1: shore 'line MEN of Miami and lending! prod iiders i :No State iu the Union cost England the prestlfio she ,docs oo f 1'cool-headed peopl 'wlll be fanned to make room for Racket! good, '
Into 'Hume and hot-headed Ito
; Ones. ,
litu ollriw"I: ; hL efiBtfU.crJBa
\,, piers'unil fish houses; It'' baa becomerei' of South' Dade hav ,, from time! to : if we except Pennnylrania, id so much measure that She! could; ha|!va-\\bought) ( \.ever; freojy. There > in the dUpeusary bill, to sugar, |j.oo, i61bs. rice, 'jr.'oo,'..., : '

time, nrgpd the $ of dominated by greedy corporatej be made aa issue' the infamous Flag- coffeer.oo-- tOasted 'Btst! te( '>'(]
,. no uncommon sight for; the erstwhile upon manngemeni ; Boer:.at $1,000 a bead with her wnr,tirj :. :? I
is this State.) euila: let: divor tl,; .Iaw, the ,,,,Uroad,fight on IK:, dried" peaches '*A its.:' .
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER tereata, as : Jlyt e Wottblaiob 'wOI ; .
,,3\\(i I'' wildest' ) th'fee1fromthe bands thtt greafcjuectrt'I { i j *,I "' /a 'atloniTyblcft'l Lamar, the primary system and .thereare pt

!! lof boatnnenandothers--alonR' the for..al1 ()ut spp.k, \\1..J -fQ.Qt Llers') 1'euiiHjlvauia the men whoi havw itonojtwr! the wAir rtOtfWi' ; ltft, dl\li si lot, many ami various local Issues that cts., prunes; j :'cts., 'sdd4'' I 't;i 4'e9 '

to the If I bought the Lepriulature body and Its army." lire being/: nursed and treasured; besides *'thfng'In'rocer1e at f.
ill" '..',"'. water. front.Underwriter.r'. ,,' .," '.. ::1 ... .'.; paper represent of' SbIIDa'Jet joterestd thff'inWests' 'dIIHjttdtl .EiHva O, <&t. JShepard/'ol/ / ; New York Other iHsues that'may tike even fiercer ,,jfc ; Jl' T SN'JlLht.i ., :,
If soul .
the ( of! : ,
1 a
\ j't ) ALL people nc
beat before the, close
,\ I I at ( : ':.: ", 1 1. was thechief'.BpeuUerat, ,, tbe Ju'cUsot Yes; there will
1'1,. I il.A 011 JalLLDlN IIU. JtJ'ST,'.' RI.,., not those alone of 'a' favored .w. are noYso unwise quito3i'\! ) Q bibi ,day .banquet of th 'Maine .Democratic' .'be 'bitterness; conservative persons regret .

i '. ., ........". ...,-A.. ...!.....'. t1l..T...-'!.---,,:-....-. t."f\_.. .',-."';;,. t.-- UnttIsicha s a.' :'paper': ,:$&' JD., tive prices on transportation',' a nd r club. held In' Auburn Mr' Shepard sale; "'._n..._It."but AU..W._,..they... .I"..are........"..In.I... I.v.the_ majority, we farlor-Cari. ; '

," ducted is plaid to tbUt'tpVritt' ry, so destroy the very!; source of In part; ''" .'' i ;
c : : ,, : .
Company's hand fire "General Jackson's historian tells Between' J kRq'q\ : Iptf;:
I jut : ,
we will endeavor to cover the fl Id theittj\ Ii L} X ( '
4' t Plata
4 extinguishers. These vE l ..be..h.J' \ that when be reached New Orleans,he Words d Ur, 'A a o
?? 'i ,
'. I pedlents In cose of need are' highly1; as best we can, from our Miami Bu-A ; .p(1tfft'! the poBltioo-t'; t Uen hy.thi, }, seemed 'possessed by a-kbJ\l.of freaz:', jplnin words, such an the Orlando Sen- Llnelalway; | Jeayiag JacksonOfflceFroni

__ _______ __ __ J' ." spoken of, !(wherever-used.rand! have reau. ,careful perusal of the So aHi,, .E u lit (iouat rttilroud..witiLtliM.t..iaken: ceJfcjMittcJam Uh9JdPa9I.flZ.Qr!! / < ,In.' line. 1, uses, should be heeded: t I 1I:1Qa.;: ., .
,
,. Dade Departmeut'W inaugurated in by the Illinois Central Railroad J, Hint, Vudlnpr American territory. Surely to We. m'ay be a. little premature in :

r!? saved many placeefromprobably se t t"thfl'I ft i'rnue t tbir supurrne alofttrtijijijthsy'.DejMOcratlc'pqrty ,. ; bringing!!: forward matters'pertaining! to ,, .
Mo isHueV.will give conception rtt out er 'ttr fll ot) Jj
.: ;, non,' cont1agra lonil. : In" time ;V>f ; some rartH.lnj'lo'yaJ.\ : tlk'r ttp np\r* the coining c mpailJtI';,' but.it la betteii tobe It"' ANNO "
,
lapger quick at band of the policy of its managernent,1thewtturpf : \ h8t bfti'ict thetru kl.farml ,li::1 S:. out of power or'when nl no distant 4qy toq early than too 'Ule. ; .Y'.': .s i..U40"I/;; _
something .
,
: : ,
,
h It la that 'Comity 'ATTORNEF AT_LAW "" "
ire fTewq! fepdjthe p cIjAhiiter of Louhjiana!: auMtssI It will the prht !-, 'Important -Orange
Itfi'jfmuies.jisjjmrely
04.Jnos '
j. J; + mpo1"h\Dt..1\ te "1cke! .. khou-ld have as. representative in the ; '
had There 'If.nj; kfit t lego 'to the will of the Room, 'atoirttaihSIr l; ;,. ,
'
Amer'MilD' Ajc.D
st
:' of water at a fire's iqceptfo'n eods %be, lndlrigofithupporters' b.y4be ,Advice ,. t':. represent" next'Legiulature' two men who are)' ,

______ \::1:, trouble right there" ''The extinguishersju8b Miam1'busIness: men. Several !adtvertiaers co.operatlon of .the railroad, the, tbelr peoplednd1'government.' direct The'' the'Maine policy Demo of> 1'irst; capable-not merely makeshift'sor IIIla .I..Plprlol.... ..., SSiuoflO1fliIlT'

: ,I received to bo were unable to prepare their truck Jarmera. .hare. Jormed Jbbent! tratlo--club- -well apologies; not,because they are ploas :' :"
: to.J'OCUI1Dot onlyto TAYLOR
pacedo
are ant but who take 11.
ii men can a standing!!: ;,
______________ h time' "
In for this Ht'lveslntoa"Farmers' Ansociation.
whose
: nom er
,
opy fundamental but also and
that \
}: .. boxes .andJopated.!,! _at_ designated! !! doctrine. accomplish something In' the Legalature. ''

_ _ \Ii ., public) points, where they may be announcements-", -will appear-!'$ The;,'only.' cosof j; / ? Joining; i \ one to the doctrine of frugal and ,.economicadmlnstratlon Second. honest and. their tilsAYMtIb, \ 'v*, ,(I' *
of of all purpose to
rights
equal
: lia'd" week. ,And I it i is poly; natural to eup-, dollar per annum. This tntiUea ,tbe OfficeIn Postofficefllok '--1
". : qviickty by'?) any tone requiring citizens and of hostility to special prlv (constituency. ..
_ _ .
.
I .. 1' that the .news ':Iseryloe of farmer' tcftwge'sMclal benefi-B st, Third who with '' '
/I "' their\ use: pose this lieges!! .whether nUde\ the.) name of pro:: I men are sympathy MIAMIV ,I.. .FLORIDAHP. 'J
.t' ,, and the party and its principles, aud who '4-tf "
will
; department improye 'ach weekas perfect .rapIQltr/\.IIsportatlon-' /\ tecUve tariffs 'tor subsidies or any other, have vital Interests in the .

__________ f'P ':{: : 'the Manager becomes better'' acquainted his fruits i ipn: oe ILL
,I. PRINCE only .objected tote with the field and the peo- lias a 1.EIg;;reernVnlt.with the ;Assottation rlt ge which We cherish and I are Democrats first, last aud all the :: I Ij *W .' I

," 'i'" ; I'oB8nel'e"- of! FalstuS's! iniquitifs, pie, tQ both .of t which he is a com- by "w hie! 1 hi itj"'coutracts' to "which 6e burp! of NeW Orleans was time; who have not in days gone by ATTORNEY-AT.I.AW. .' ,.,\'': ;,
[ ( and lifelong a defender.:. attempted to defeat the nominee of tbe
,IV and wd bject tofthe"xroB8- so powerful
97q ; jaruttve strange f. ; \ -ua traida ev ry. da V pt ie week.fiVp i 'The: president and ItopubliCHobtates-: >arty. who are not Democrats for office NOTARy.UBLle" '"* \
; ,'! tb,: p'rCflagftcythe un-i ; : : .
ness .open ; ; -
.
"
l' "' '. (; ,3MondijI j. {>.liikirip,! :(; lip. the cars" men tell us! thatwe, ore, Wore prosperous only. 11.10.1.. h.ZL&M1' ,. P4. *.. .
!!:, bl'illlel1licenaee, the licentious rapacity In Orange County there are many I 'I
.
wealttoii.bbnd
before.
a-t all the little towns for ,... distance thau ever with more ,

,t": t, ,' and soul and body destroying TUR LATEST CHARGE AOA.IN8T' THE oFoiif'hundred :nfilas north of Newt,', ) :1hapi.we" fiave ever bad and! It Who is the possess duty all of these the qualiacatons Democrats: of, and the 'Q.EO. ,A.:.WOKL.KY, !

greed: of Standard Oil railroad! ,trusts, TRUSTS, brought by the Kev. Albert Orl l un8'audrunBitig them thrnogb I with wealth 'In sight,' as the miners county to get together and select two '' .. ', :
.
- :; The vulgarity of! throwing a few Irucbtaus, of New York, in. that their say i which' I .''will!', dwarf ;tbe wealth: already men who possess them-capability, honesty A TTORNEY.A T.LAWI. 'I'IGeneral
I ,
:oCIicaKP-ipdjCiocionati| un exprefa gathered. The prosperity'a! well interest in the county and State, .
- t', :' thousand dollars here' and there aa a evil influence aud criminal extortions time. The farrner knows liiI(" the! whiit/ la real us- what 154< seeming.! Is ana Democracy pure. All buniie.practice. *otro"te In State will and receive Federal Court.. '

'\i ., sop to boneet watch' dogs, will hot tend. to decrease ml1rrla eil. And the Tain will )t>ave ou> schedufe1 'time' to tfca'te'd<< by"oul"' pontlcal udtersarles as Unite prompt I"'t- t

,: ;'I gain; credit for them, except with the I revereod gentlemen buses. his et ntimeat : ;he-'geV6ndfnnaDel9, ( ; Hiere with'hiarodiice the; result:: 'ill f: ,theIr; accession\ to power RAILROAD COMMISSION WORK Street Office,' Brown Building, Ave. .nand. lUth ';

- :: edy'fe'w, and the' jnotif will be I comt'iiiiv- ,Ore. years ago but It Is tbe fruitage of -- MIAMI ., .. .. FLORIDA "
gr on th'e! frtc/tlmf< the", ; oUie 'wIK8' Im is compelled u c century and quarter of Democraticlocal lIIatea Important Changes In Rates and 1
:, ... apparent to all who care to questionthe ion of Iower,woges..und higherob : ,I
% ( ) o'u'IIt! the esPI'8.litittaliiuDd.. pay ez- iBtilf eoveruuieut/: ion.. '; ;1 object of a super-wealthy man of living render it impossible for unprecedented scale. It has resulted .A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAC
,
press!' te'lj" : There.
- /, :- ; was a meeting of the'Florida'Railroad '
: who has all that his wealth can give nimple1'salary and earners to pot from armaments\ or navlesfor; conquests
wage I ho. is
j\\ him, but still desires to wear, the i AEo'llwI!; ; adantige, ; I } .reaps' .a. or strong and splendid, centra II- Commissioners Thursday last G. von SCHOELER'I
: support u Jwife. And he is; no] fur Hoaall
reight.rebu ten farmer hav-. Ration of power but from American for the purpose of making some import mar
;4&"'I' Senatorial toga. That toga; id ancient from 'wroiififf'as: it has been well
> a log.nK.toldJhewriter he had..o-T r- dislike pf unnecessary governmental ant changes in certain classifications\ Watchmaker
Roman days, was a guarantee; known: ftict that such a state things/: ageilasmucb! as $3 .OO in rebates terference, 'VOW' American devotion 'to and rates. Chairman pay and Com- E

'. )'I, of unqualified probity of conduct, prevailed, and to a large/extent, biD;,! hq joiqtf'l' \tieFurniwrs'. Railroad borne rulo, ; from' th*'. iuald enApce 'of ml loner KJorgnti were present. and Jeweler. EARTiSTIC'

-I ;iJ; uprightness; of character, of fidelity does prevail i hLFI'ancl4!j But In that V8soc1ivtl6h! 'And'-tlesi e all-they absolute free trade over thelvast( areas According to. law no change, In classficatlon : I )

t :," to all 1 wspronouncdduttbealta! 1: ; the case with that there aud among tbe diversified Industries of / or rate can be made without
] ; ,
'r,: ', country know that the fair.. service is the bent. the United States-trade, free ona, seals
\" Bud ,vas worn more' roynlJy than must trt the odded-'explnntition! that notification to ,to> the various! railroads :
that be bad Special aud to/un. extent Incomparably .
ENGRAVER .
ran/ messengers; beyond on. *
iot .
resled is in
This
order .
,.royal purple. Possibly thia .la why: Ihl) marriage laws required tlint rt nnrtMn. whtnh thnonr1f1.. hna 'Atrol* to give
| takecard.t.:'th8.'frnit -bnd Vgeta- --
Mr. Flagler desires the known::from the profound and .< religious : them an opportunity, to present evidence WOOD or METAL
toga. must he of .
man certain
poHMessed
a "
1 bios, the farmer*! are met jn j :bicogo _
belief'bf tlio,1 At erlcu'u''' people \abe 'ad -argument. in their own be.
.
Income before a ninrrirt tj' license : and Cincinnati \by> '"tbe bioker'ihd ( nobility of labor, from their regard half: I PARLOR i '

&' IT 18 WITS /BOMB LITTLE PRIDE: that wo'uht'be.issued' to him, and the eon I Qtb railroad, and Tdrmers reaptbe; ,forj'the.duality, ; pud rightful' power of The dlfl'etenroad, were notifled that In ZAPH BLOCK, .
.
'A V WI call the attention, .of, our readers sequence was! that thousands eneflts: ot hearty co-operation ,lohetr simple) ma 'JO onu pies were living/ ,together IInlti'w'1 ,", ca uses:! ieldr and the B ; HOTEL =
to I complete and varied' assort- mutual WnenC', Ij j jVVojtiUJ followingcorporation ...
"Never baa th.e Democratic! had :S:
party trance,
.inpnt of classified matter fully. Now th only difference with this I ( it not; mlound, the benefit were represented: .: j
reading as i' Ttt, more real or a. plainer duty thou at
.. it appears on tbe several pages; of country is, that, whereas there is no of''the farmers of th!""State:! I if- the I, this very 'time', 'when It Is shut out' The .Georgia Southern aud Florida. WEST PALM BEACH FLAG .

f i' ; 'THE: PEOPLE'S I'APEH. On the first law to prevent men who are,earning taili'oa.d. Cdrnmissidn 6n of '!9rda :, from offlciul, power. Its true !interests by John M. Cutler. I Kxpuriencod workman. Cl..ln" and ,
starvation from '' and Its return to I : The Atlantic, Valdosta,an4 Wcsteru U""alrioll.klll'ullf dons ..III-tf
i be
being depend
_ n* piige will be found local,personal and wages HO feilly would lnvesf.laiitt.. this,* fOIl iter', sid l power by Smith D. Plckett. !
; faithful \
Jlere. upon1 the performance
as try to support two, and l IYVVYYVYVVYyTyy'Vyyyyyyy.
Statenews\ ; on the second, the good: probably acting; )J.p.(heir official! 1 capacity, etrfve pf that duty. The :Plant System\ by J. A. Croslaud.

', roudsdepnrtmentpagethree; Ie -deI more, on what one can scarcely live, to bt-injr nboot ulnillar;: relations1 be. ""Over /and against tbe president's The Seaboard Air Un, by E. D. Kyle _

voted( I to subjects pertaining to labor common sense anil piiblicoplnlonoct .weeri [i'londlrailroad... and i<>ur programme) imperialistic! power let The: Louisvilleand Nashvilleby, F. Golf;

,. queHtions\ ; tliin! page speaks!' for itself. as a brake on his desires and natural !drillers? ._ .. ;. fis set our programme of t" truly great. i C. Shepsrd. '
winhen. and ." lia've lulm"fulpRctaolti : powQrtul. peaceful,; 'hustr1el, people At Camden
: !'and editorially for 'tie jitere@ts' wet _ 'of f the trusts l itrlklng directyat David B. lllll wbo was unable to ae*- Point Comfort and ..
live 'IIi'S FRES'flEALIZiTHATJ) of small fruits berries Virginia Beach.
: nwks. to serve ; page deals! l withpolitical <>ept 'the invitation of the young. Dem and Double ,.
tbe.rnarriage; tie, the home lifej!;/ JloiL ocrats' to' vegetable baskets. The old classtfica daily service via I-the Sea
;JtbdVoiV''nurrof.tt'tte
mutters, ,brit-fly f pages', six R, : ; ( speak at' tbelr' Jackson day board Air Line Kail
4i nd seven are devoted exclusively to and the natural l 'Inclinations of both' liver, DadoCounty i lit 'a candidate celebration, 'sent a letter in which bo lion read : Yo'

) 4 Beat and South! I Dada sexes. _. Jotoiais ioDer/ said'" i 'Baskets, vlz. Fruit, Berry and ,
; .Cn)1tIy, : news ; .1 for State. Railroad .( 1'1 l1-fe.7on thW
sentiment
; strict Vegetables, '
10,000 pounds; Class P.1
), '(In the' eighth!; page will be found HIS POSITION EXACTLY. It seems. that ,at .leant two of \ha I construction; of 'the federal constitution The change reads: Monroe ..Doney' Staiiif Parlor ; I'nlln.ran

) tperiul tualter pertainiog to Nation: present! board will retire-afc theres: ;. no 'ent lD/rLlnlr'/ alliance with foreign Basket's, vh.: : Fruit and ... f
Berry
,' and oci-nsions'ot ,Hon R. IIvBurr' of. p..de, county is nations) insistence upon the reserved 13. Senenr Ollrn. I .f1
al L holidays :" specialibt""vlncti e.u ernx: andn0w men wH} have totitke 000 pounds, Class P.
,, out with, su aonounceiiieut.of: : can- rights of the states; public tax. Vegetable ao.- Coop, ,', OldBEST Staod '
.y ( ; tbe ninth page covers their ,''EfCeIJ.I' r 000 pounds; Class P." If j.f!:
liilacy for railroad commissioner. He ationforpublic purposes only; opposition SERVICR and ,
'. tii
'; boiled! ( down into condensed friend of tbe people! of Florid u.-Gaines-. man and wilj 1teaD' fflJl oi-! com- of capital; the preservation batted this change, and presented some .

L- ptiriigrupbs: ; page ten will interest villa .New.' raissioner but) i if| ,ha,ever gets the pf tllII 'perlo aJ 'liberty of the citizen; trong arguments showing why it i ..

iir! t order Ciea pf'?:"all societies; the \-.' r, i _L'__f. position! it will be in spite of the corn;-; pO' contrlllls tl n; borne rulefor, states should not be made. They stated that Buck Head Oyster Saloon t:
and These .. '
municipalities/ .
,fl levt-nthi,; pfke'we t Five to mor. ., 'ex. Buggy i :w jon *n survive alJ'l1e..teat.l
I Ilion"
I tended political news while turf last '..SomeTine' '- anlmslssold*" t !>t i *t} nnde/guaran- State. -Uocort'ond' Jtockleiltj,, 'KTewf., ,lInd must" ultimately: triumph." under such a rating but the Coinmis-OYSTERS: FRUITS VEGETABLES::
: page is rlt*voted to religious articles eir' to- h. j jest at -'rep"".. nte.l; .'R 'Ar ,):! .' r-: !' 11'.1'' \ '1,I Throughout the country there were change rs thought 'otherwise, aud the ,AND 1'ODA Q ,; it
was ordered.
: Sunday School lesson for each I Rouse West Palm Beach. celebrations and tMuxjuctSr and Democratic I Florida Curios a '
I the tf1' "Walkover" Shoes ANTUONV BBOS.._ This ruling Specialty: i /
for
sentiment means much
:yrnt at Wga; .v.at.a1n1rk. berry, 5J4III1.DanIan Street '

| _', __, ,-! Dear Olbc:, ,
"
i' "'I

I
:"

.., ,
V ' --.... : I. .... --1.'' .. 1 ''I'',' ,, '..'. ',' ,-. '.. .",.... .', .- ,". .. ,'11"I;1, ;j I"
,:: = ,, "" ",. .. ,
\
; ;; << t// .
',
: "
"
# 'kL >, ;::: : "' ,
t ; < -t :_::r.-ztiJ .. \"' '1'. ". 'A2forfl'\ \ ,\ '(' .. "'N",.,* P 11
"
.
; "'
'; ;. : !$ ''' '' -. ... ... 1 '! ll'j' ) ;". ,\ ; .1.. .'I'... .. 7'''' .1.t ,1. .
,1- ,
'_: .1t "" :;f. i -' W.",. ,:>' 4Ylw: wU,4'.IiI" \ .""fl. k. r < 'j r I
) "
,
.
'
; < ,
"lfij..U
.
; ,:: '., ; f

-. ''i !' ;t!,.t "



r


WA11 ,1 k \



V. ','v )



t JAIl t4 TH )j>EICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, JTAHCIT U, 1002. 5

-'- '- -' -
sTILLiRf MOr1-j --WORK- OF CONGRESS ICE PROPERTIESAND -----I" PROFESSIONAL CARD ----FRANKI.VN- -SHEEN. Civil Bngfteerlng; n

4TS ,. "
'" Locating nnd Ibtltu.UnIlTlmbierholh( Pine
Threr. Importo-nt. Mutter, the IU>pnt>. : ,
,\ : and Cywcffut), Selecting r nil Grading Ornutfc
Houil Itliijoiity Maul IJnnillu. ii. o. oiiii.uNiiwoiiTii, 0.0. (1UIIIII...' and Vegetable! Lands a Special'*}'. Sheen & HioJitowerREAL ;

The UnterHfied Are butflft.mnirtheTrurnpet 1 Public interest will follow the pro (OllILLtNO\VOnrfll&; CUIUtU : My profemlon bIle carried uie ov Hr .11 partsof ,

ceodlngg of congress with more flmi the aottthern peuinaula of Plqrlda and by ..

C2 usual curiosity \because quvHllonx olfarieachlng BARGAIN TRACT! ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS personal observation, 1 find great, opportunIties. ESTATELands ) j ,'

I' (political nnd coiutnerclu for profitable Inveatiuenta In Timber; Orangi .. '
_..___ ,
West Palm 'Peach; J"la.u.a the ,!
significance will be debated awl dls and Vegetable Lands, especially wild *nt ,
A Few Leaders from the List of : .tnsettledpartuewher.th.iendIiimo.tlyowne4. for sale In all parti of ;
.. : SLTE VIOTIM OF 1NIC posed of dining the session says the
:
". f by large corporations, who. have never had thl Southern Florida Improved and I
Atlanta Constitution.First Desirable Properties Offerei iflETt1ALW iandgrncledaecordtngtoquallty. but alt priced S I
In Importance, from the polltleal 'V.I. the aunte.. Write for "particular unimproved.- .\

,. ? -/i.oJ th'. Itepnbllcana" .. Iu /4wyPfgn ... point of view will be the Pnyuetarltr by the TROPICAL REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Box UIS4, West Palm Beach, Florida. PAL BEACH and LAKE .

; l!!f>a the Story! Would IIni'flllaun. bill for the Philippine Islauds NOTARY PUBLIC WORTH properties, Including ; '\
It hits been framed, the lines ol EXCHANGE
4. of upon
ur..t-W1..t the Steal 1NTII ,
,. Will water-front Town .
the IToraker Porto S priwtloe Oounlylilaloanul Fedori some of the nicest property. -
set
precedent by
Absurd Court
-. ;,.4[ AcxioiuitliaUcdIleTlVBl Prediction. of an HIcnn! act as afterward( Interpretedand W. I, METCALF,. Manager. LAND CA8BS A BPKCIALTY.Otlloeln We' carry a large list of the most desirable cottages In town, for: :

: modified by the decisions of the sale furnished and unfurnished. SI
,:. While f Abstracts of Title ,
;r Weak Palm Bunch. Duel County, 1'lo.hlaII. q
: : jllvor men (with failure the In t tor reiort revenue for the use of the governmentin i *.

4 L r .l"S l ; : that they fount] the party ns badly\ the Islmula and still to maintain the Surburban Tract: I .Residences and' Business Blocks i

? >fC! ns tbi y loft It. The elections !J". protectIve benefits .of the Dlngl"y bill U. SAUNOiatS.: .

l .. '..:,-I.., 4uet 1$02$ and 1SDQ wore quite us exlyjadverso to such American interests as might Partly Improved fruit fntnt. mid i>lnute< ...,.--

J .. .,: to toe Democrats urir bo Jeopardized in their monopolies by grove ctcHred near town.8 acre*Twenty In choicn.cr orange. travUaurcrt mil ',1. TTOlttfEY .1T LA W. Orange, Pineapple and Vegetable Lands in 1 I

'\ dC '. r pMd of tou gold wen us they"iBwrrslnce tree trade with the archipelago. The grape fruit trees, t W acre In Irihh polatuets Corner Olive and Datura Streeta, '
H wore iu I atuturted' vegetable* | per :
tbe party 'pacmed luto bill' was rushed through the lower to Purchaser.
Quantities suit
In tontatoorf, 3CoreC of chicken yam ncloaed lJ06.r: WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA .
o control of the silver advocates, houda.under the party whip and spur with: poultry nctttiiK.' New'; <5-rotiiihoune : a S
:; ; .. '
Biipplietl with wuter tankgrove; .p l
w1'1tea Uncle Dudley liuthe courso of a but much opposition to Its enormities '
4 so plied with irrigating' plant, good' ,tablet: and Call and examine our list. ,
I4"ttwo. column editorial review of the has developed within Republlcnn wngon room; % acre flower: garden plnii t A.J.. LEWIS.

k "J .*TJei&ocrntlc party's condition I In the party ranks that It Is sure, to get*n to clinloiml: rotten LAND and IN other DADE. flower COUNTY; HUB, Jlhurtruia I IORANOH ATIORNEY'AT-LAW JEFFERSON' BUILDING Wess Palm Beach Fla. 1'

)tostojJ; Globe. thorough airing In the senate and maybe prooertv for h.l\OO.\ .5. and NOTARY PUBLIC. 12.11." "
As u matter of fact no pnrty l in pow. : considerably pruned and dehorned --' : .

*>r Could have withstood such a misfortune before It can make its way through Lake Front Fruit Land: Agent of th. U. S. Fidelity' Guaranty Co.,ofbaitle.ore '

as the panic of 1803.: In spite ofmuch that body One hundred and tweatt'ou.acre*of NoJpineapple Mil.
land will biaold Office at corner of Clematle Avenue anil Nnlcliwne TROPICAL : :
*
'greater prestige, the Republicans! ,A second, but not less Important.meneuo cheap, Twenty acre. cleared mail. Street over Btrohm'il more, 14190fWeatralmlJeaoh. I
era all but overwhelmed In the elections Is tIle Nicaragua canal 1>111. comfortable' house nituate on the whodeMlrei t.inj Luke .
.
f Owned 'ou-reaident
tit. by 11
; i following the panic of 1873.nnd From present tokens there will be .a to co ditipoae of .a..t.ticriflce price. ; .

4 ._1.. were only ablo to Rave themselves from Titanic struggle to prevent Its passage TT 1.. BRANNINO.t .

h t t. 41tf a complete disaster by the peculiar In either hounoj Tho oppositionwill Unimproved Fruit Land: : Real Estate Exchange f :

southern situation wh cb enabled them not.be founded upon objections to 7o.acre tract near OJUH. suitable for oltrui Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 1' ,

h tb seat Hayes In the presidency despite the building of any canal but to the fruit or pineapple! If Hold in entire Llftntl' ,,)- ,
'I a 4ifthIon. majority for TIlden iyuon : proposition to build It by the Nicaragua pet: r'cf en'acre lot at$ao per acr.. (Office over Bank) ./ 'i.'

.'. A. bite voters of the country. Had route. Of course the real intention .- _nurwtiii ; and flgure. a-l6 1902 WEST PALM BEACH FLAT W. I. METCALF, Manager. ':" :;

.. .. latter been Inaugurated and his ndIstnitlon of tile transcontinental railways :

c. 0:, permitted: to reap the ben. .Is to defeat the building of a .government Town Property: '
6-Komu HOUHP. -new, on good reftdene! AMISS E. ANDREWS, : :
bo- and canal
:>( the better times which came owned operated by any .

another election who can say how route long or short and whether It troet. I'rlce I f j.8oo* Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished.iS
ATTORNSY-AT-LAW d
the Republicans might have been would cost $200.000,000 or 1000000. 7-Room Houie, an attractive re.Ulenc (3500 cauli _ NOTARY PUBLIC ,
,
.It to wait for a return of popuervers 000. But since these selfish conspirators \
Vacant Join, Reoldencua on best. street.
know that t oppose the canal Large, and Intuit. cottages ButtlucH block Prosecuting Attorney of Brovard Co.

II t\ boldly declare that absolutely would cause an uprising of eto. _. Ft. FIERCE AND Trr.usviLI.lt FlA. '

ir ; 1.11', uctton against party gov- public Indignation against them they Commodlonvreiiklencvon one of the bell i *I. 5-aS-lyr: Desirable Investment Tracts, .

ifnmen, which i Is wider than the lire taking tbe more sinister plan of corners and In a most de"lrabl'oelghbor, ,

l puqt the nation. There are so- enlisting the Panama schemersand hood. _ I M. R01HI1NS Truck-Farming Lands I 'ij

'. Mr:. );f ophers who see the near dp- offering that route as the) one that One Ideucea of the In the itiOHt town conveniently Ioca ted arranged on a choice rca Q.EO. : .

? ', ot a final breaking up of tho should be purchased and exploited. If reHldence atieeU convenient to lohool i Attorney and Counsetor-at-Laiu/ '
chnruhcs, depot and bUMlne. center. Cheap Pineapple Properties. :
S System In Great Britain as well they cnn thus divide the supporters of V
at $3000.Good _
__ .
he United State the capal project nnd embroil them In :Will practice In State and Federal Courts. .

:tether tbe great political organlza- a route contest. they believe they can Inventment Property-zo.mont house. :
TITUSVILLE FLA. Palm Beach
5 West Lots
transient the enterprise and.ultimate. welllac.ted. Price J2,3oo.BuitflinR ,
i are to be supplanted by first delay *-...Iyr ,
t (shifting groups. as In France and ly defeat It To prevent that fatal -or---
Lois, well located. In clenlrableneluhbnrhooti
S h continental countries these propb finish the friends) of the canal should : at boo $400. 1450, fijootfifloa L. !>. EATON, M. D. Vacant and Improved. ; :
:
','. S notable among whom Is Gold win stand solidly for tho Nicaragua route. and 53500 each.: II'S S
..
:5 one the less certain that parties, and labor with one accord and S and two apleudidly located Iota.over. \" WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. ,I

,P hnve known them are to be common enthusiasm for the prompt\ looking' Lake nnd. cUmo to post offiu and Itenldence opposite Methodlne l Church, OlllciCleinatld I I.
:
Price : : ,
S of the bilL tuurkcta. f3 500. Avenue, next to Masonic. Tnniple Indian River Lake WorthI.
useless Incumbranceirotate. Morgan
t5 |iy as passage
S The third matter of interest will bo Finest ...deuce (furnluhed) property nnd OUtce hours 81<. 9 a.m., :9 to 4 and 7 to H p.mBunduya ,. ..
located InWeat U to 4 I<.m. .
"
moat ci>min iiijitigly property
c 're Is. however a constitutional tho treatment the Republican majority ) Palm Beach Splendid: view nt the Special Attention Given to DlHunucH of and Bay' Biscayne. '

cle which tbe advocates of this will apply to the question of reciproci Luke and tfunt Sid trout. Price 7500. Wouiou and Children. .

must, not leave out of their reek- ty. Alrendy some of the 'strongest Splendidly Equipped Hotel well
.
Beautiful residence site near I>ke front. .
tig. It l Is presented In the electoral leaders of the senate and house have i'rlce $ ,ooo. rr u. HOOD, M. D,

where In order to succeed a thrown JIcKlnley's Buffalo speech Into .8A.
allege, the .
.4. located
bent horn Street PHYSICI4N AND SURGEON open year around
renldenoo
: e. candidate must secure a clear majority tho scrap heap and boldly announc New I room ,
W'r ,
and ,
In town, near churuhea schools fa oo. I:
',E, the popular vote In the states huvJjtr ed that there must be no tampering v '
.eic;; \ a preponderance of all the electors with the dimensions of the high tariff Three Hmall tenement cottages, well local t tfnne over Strohm'i. store WEST Poln-PALM and doing a fraying business.
1 cuted corner lot. l'rice ,i,6oo BEACH. Residence near Royal.
.e.4 ,ml receive a clear majority of the wall. The Kasson treaties will probably I.'f: : .
"'ell'ctoralvotes In the college. meet the ,fnte o( unwelcome ,kljs Nuat little 1bniCof flve roomn.; Pit.cti"'lin lry olana Hotel PALM BEACH. IJ-i = r 4

; The last: contest for the preslcTehcy In a baby farm and the "handmaiden yard three on.t.itC good of..hou"el tng'ood pjccty neIghood.coivenieut 01 .i//1 Role In. Write for what you want, (enclosing stamp..) ( it

1 Vblcb' parts' liner were not drawn of protection" be given an indefinite d..lance froll' "hUfC'' 'houtanddepot. R.. B. POTTEU. M. D., of desirable:
? Send us a description any p'perty'you have for sale. .
.
the house of refuge for Pricel.400. \
was tn S24. when the electors were sentence to ... '

', divided Into tour groups and the re- liomcless females.As Double cottage 14 rooms- principal renU 1-28-98: WEST PALM BEACH FI.A. .

S milt was a failure to elect anyone, for the surplus-well, we all know dunce Street; rents for $'il8' per year. Price -I-- HOUSE (or sale in '

The choice therefore was thrown Into what used to happen to the express $2,300. _ S. H. RICHMOND Agent monthly installments '
PLAITS BI. D. of fJ5 Also. for ,
P. 00 RENT furnished
mall uches
the
whereJohn sates and registered p
p the houseat representatives Double cottnfte. 14 rooma. corner of Olive pi .
QuIncy Adams was elected an ivben. tho Jesse ;James gang hold up araln. fern 8 tree IB; rcuU for $;08/\ pel year. Plico PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON. Perrine Grant; Land Company cottuge for $35 oo a month for six _-'

outcome which caused deep nnd widespread : $5,200 ., month or more. Both centrally lo. ;' '

dissatisfaction.(! Double cottage 14 rooma, located on Oliveatreet. Telegrams delivered all hours. ot the day ICKAI. ESTATE. cated. P. O. box 44.. 5 '

Since that occasion presmentiai' eice- Our Philippine l.a..ea. I rents for$288_ per. ,year. Price i I.Sno. and night: FLORIDABresford I
'1 The total value of merchandise exported FORT PIERCE. Fla. 1-4.301 CUTLER.
::1 I tlons have been a compelling cause olpAty from and Imported into the ls Special; fliiurea::: for; CASH for ill of the three t U'Zq-IQO Home at $7oo, $Soo. f/,ooo, '..zoo. I
; I wlnhluif <
unification and all, minor differences preceding properties to any one | \
r,300, Jr,6oo $1.750 e
I $ .800.
to'' lands during the year 1001 is $33.404.-! mute a good hlere.t.pnyllllllaya8tnlent. int. IIOUGHTONDENTOS" Jj.ono .
,J regularly have been sacrificed\ the United fi.ioo $3.300 '2.500. 12,750, '3.000. .
3.14 and of thIs sum
: ; the anxiety for a majority vote In fht States, only participated to the amount Truck-Farm Lands: II Bros and Realhstate upwards. Call on the Tropical ,
Exchange: : and make your
S electoral college. that the of $3,427,700, while tho other nations Splendid muck land In one of the mailprOopCrOuIa HCtlLAND DOCK PHONE 1* investment before pHces advanced. '
Tblll'ls not the first time vt'Ketab'e growing ""ftettleiueutii ;
I, secured $' 1000,048 of this trade and WEST PALM BRACK.T Real Estate and Insurance
downfall of the party system has been \ Dade County Choice tract at $.3 |lie ,
> S ol did not bear one copper of the expense. acre for cash special price on time pay C J : 1
first twenty
In the years
,.S 1 the predicted.past century the Democracy was Assuming that our people made a net -menta. -. .. T. DANIEL, PALM BEACH FLA. New 4-Room House Cheap. i. ,'
---
profit of 20( per cent of our trade. our !
:without a rival worthy of Its fears and would be Lake Worth Water-Front: > DENTIST Eight Hundred Dollars win J
J in 1820 there was uo opposition whatever profits for the year 1001 only Notary Public. Cottages ti> Rent buy a .. ,
for the of the now.4'roollll.'oltage, neatly painted and .
Presldenl $1,085,541. and our expenses no feet of Lake front adjoining one COCOA, INDIAN SlYER FLORIVA.I.11\.88
of
I to the re-election hanUMoment improved properties un tin well bested A bargain will .
1001 boeen in round numbers of property; '.
year If .18barK.la Bniliing.Nortb
taken fttouce, Poatofflce
be ,
Can bought
Lake. 18
.1 S Monroe, pay per cent on cost, in rentals Call
clear loss of Poinciana Hotel. 1
leaving us a
SI Nevertheless In the midst of the so 100000000. figure. (. :METCALF 8-1-19O1 at Tropical Real Estate Exchange W. I. 'I = .' '
have GUY
t called era of good feeling Thomas Jet- 08014430.; All these expenses soo feet of double frontnee. Likeand Ocean : Metcalf Manager. S-o-tf..
been paid by taxes collected from our beautiful knoll for building' cite, benrinx HOTARY'PUBtIO '
1 foraon. the most profound of all Amcil.can'statesmen coioitiiiit, orange and lime treea, aplendl Show Cased and Counters Fot Sale
: At that rate how long
S : did not deceive himself own people. boat hoitae, ele., near vulunbltt. iru|.rovec F., the State of Florida at Large. Will Be Sold at a Sacrifice .. .
would take to get even? Have we '
us
,j I with the Idea that. partisanship was at not oppressed our own people long BuILDING property LOTS_ ._-_Lake__ and Ocean, front D....".. Mortgages Lenses. and Contraeta Eight show case! two four and six: acreSofANo.Ipinesppleland '

; .on end. told. Indeed" Jeffersont.t I enough in the interest of the Filipino? ageat.i.otoOoperfoot: ; C Drafted.Conveyancing n Specialty. 1 1 feet respectively and three niahoRonj .8. .c-r near Lantana, will be sold at a :: .. "
i "Tou are Besides these enormous losses In dol. All Work Guaranteed: Legally Correct. counters all in good condition for f ak sacrifice. } '
wrote to Albert Oallntln. "that there Office In fKOpioti Him Block. Twenty acre cleared; small

.I itt4-r are no longer parties among us; that lars and cents.lives wd have expended many' MANHATTAN SIIIRTS-.ANTaor'rvs' Went Palm IiM. b. Dad ronntv. Inrldn. cheap. Addiess 'D," care TROPICAI.' comfortable house on the land; Lake
and dally expend'ng
S they are all amalgamated; the lion end precious are SUN. frontage. Owned by a Don resident who '
more !Many a vacant chair makes ALLACL U. MOSES, .
the lamb Uo down together In peace. \V Is unable to give It attention. For spot .
gloomy a home and makes sad many a
S. pa not believe a word of It. The" same heart and I say hero! and now that I Stop Over Privileges Successor to A. W. Robert, Seaboard Air Une Railway cash this property will be sacrificed to .

I parties oilst-now as ever did. would not give the life of one noble REAL ESTATE AND IN8 RANCE;' the first comer. Address or call on the .

events quickly.few Justified the this country statement generous, stalwart brave ,and chivalrous Allowed by the Seaboard AirLine i Agent for Went Palm Beach Town Lot., .tun. Operates the only blgb-class Tropical Real Estate Exchange W. I. '
when In a ,
years American !boy for all the Filipinos Railway on Winter Tourist woat Fnlm llwiu-b water Work daily train between Bt. Augustine Metcalf Manager., .
S wns filled with the strife of partleL.What MJTAIIY PUBLIC. and New York. Ob- .
and their Island. and the sultan of Jacksonville
Ollv8St..t.11.al.llIlIl
Jefferson said Is as true of the Tickets. Clematla Arentie. neap
S Sulu thrown in for good measure. h Weal I'alw Ileuch. Florida servatlon, Compartment, Drawing-
I of his own times. For Sale Cheap.:
present as .
Democratic party Is dead. Representative) Candler (Miss.). Room and Dfning Cars of Pu Ii- ,

-. It the OHIO COTTAGE. nitOWN.. latest models constitute the Forty.flve acres Pineapple anl J
\ where have the Democrats gone? It 1\ man's I

V would be safe to challenge'any one to Protectionist ReelnroeHr opposition pabHoan to the enactment The Ohio Cottage is the name ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. personnel these superb trains. Garden Lund $10 and $U5: per : '

'1 namo a dozen or even halt a dozen of reciprocity treaties of any Importance of a first class boarding house con. Plane and .p clftcaUoDO prepared Leave St. Augustine daily at 8 :55 acre. $360 for the 45 acres. One .

-- S S representative men In all the country Is undeniably logicaL A Republican ducted by Mrs. Crosgrove and Jobbing work given prompt attention at a. m. Leave Jacksonville Waily at thousand Banana Plants, $3: per '

.' who have renounced the Democratic! confession that reciprocity la Miss MinnieGibson, corner of Poin- Shop on Datura Street.. 10:10: a. c. .. 100, or 60 cents per dozen. Twenty .

creed and accepted tbe Hepubllcnn In necessary Is a confession that a high and Fern Streets. Boardingcan colonies of bees for $65 *3.JO I. '
the course of the past few years. A cotta O. BUTJLEU. I each. Horse '
The and
tariff Is $115. :
protective unnecessary.
the week meal GEORGE wagon .
bad '
perhaps more be by or ,
united million with Democrats the Republicans or on the inauguration of a definite policy of reciprocity at reasonable rates. CIVIL ENGINEERAND Beautiful Building Lots For Sals. Address, 11. C. OLSEN, ""j

Is the beginning of the end ot Stuart Dade County Fla. '
//OllIlssue. many never have been other the so called protection which was. In DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR The Lakevi addition to the .

\ than protectionists. and many colonlnl have effect tbe subsidizing of certain powerful I FOR DADE COUNTY. Town of West Palm Beach is now i 1MI

_' subscribed to the Republican Interests. Republicans who favor (ORDER) FOR I'.I1.ICATIO!: Local 'Agent. for the Land Depa.lml'tlollhv and that
pl.t&tted.o
Is next to Impossible to POMPANO "J.A. 6-1-1000, opened up per. .
policy yet It who know that : 1'. K. C. K>
reciprocity are those
suburban :& "
w who tt sons desiring to secure iojia Manlo
*: find a Democrat of the standing name and confess the DIngley tariff Is no longer defensible 4n the Circuit route Clrviile, .SerenthjJuilltlnl > ..to Chanean.IJiuiu renidence lots every one covered s :
to give up
willing that the people are now cognizantof Cuuuty llorlda.Thouini > Call on The Tropical Real Estate Exchange I
himself a Republican. Its bunko characteristics and that before prices on real- advance with a splendid growth of young! The supply of this fruit l is verv ''I
In the IlobaoniTH.
There ere as many Democrats the time has rom to abandon an untcnabto > Dill for Plvoree.AnrU trees", can do so at very reasonable limited and the demand pressing.

country as ever there were leader all only position. Tbe test of strength ) llobHon ) figures. Orders are now coming: in: for Bum.mer '
call of
awaiting the trumpet a In the Is between affidavit of complainant' This splendidly laid-out addition
Fifty-seventh congress It appoarliiff by FURNISHED ROOMS In a most deslrable delivery. I can hook .
TmrlfTa.The the protectionists and the reciprocity attorney In tbo Above vti ted caiiHe tbttt the location. Enquire at TROPICAL Just Routlt of town Can not be surpassed .. '
of
True Inwarilneeai 1 Republicans. The odds are still ret.ideluce ol Annie HobHOii, the defeutlant In location and very soon Only Cash Orders
tbe tariff// is tbe result Sore office. ,
theorythat und that aha IM
named la unknown S.
: In favor of the former as controlling therein
; of mature study by experts In eon over the. ne of twenty-one j-narH; It la therf- first-class streets will be graded to be sent by express in the order '

i, \' cress or out of It for the purpose ot Republican policies. tore npilereil, that aulildafundaut be nnd aba OTICB FOR PUBLICATION' and everything necessary supplied received. Price 25 cent each f:Z. .

,!t, .,<*" distributing benefits equally \and that Teddy'i PI' rat Whack. hereby required to appeal1 to the Bill ol Com-. N to make It the most desirable home a dozen. Money promptly returned .

-! the complete system Is so perfect that plHlnt Sledin said cause on or before Monday Notice Is hereby elren thnt the following sextlon on the West Side of Lake If orders exceed supply. '
!; serious Civil service reform Is causing a .the Sth day of )ray. A. D. IOO, otherlm named aettlur h.. Illud notice of hu Intontlun : .
,". It eannot be disturbed without great exodus of king bee officeholders the JOIIt1rr..tlonlt ol anlil bill will be taken. to make final! )It'IIOlla support of hi.*01..1.... and Worth. Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango .. '
to all It. ports Is sheer nonsense iliaiaulil ,uroof will IHI made. before John B. and choice,
S harm basis in from Republican campaign committees .an .ontpMied 1 bv saul Defendant. Kelllv.H. 'iimniiaaloner ar UlaniLlla. on Come early get your wood for grafting a new and safer '
; or sheer trickery. It half no This Is Teddy's first whack at 1 It !I. further ordered. that thl order be p ub MnruN latn.'UNIX vii: : of lots while prices are low. only known practical method '
Tariffs are the results of trade week for eight consecutive Roach t. ifnneisnf Nttptnue, Flat. lfo.neeteadI2t1Cforlh.Sb.e. <
/act
votes the Mark Hanna machine. Hated onto a li'l'p.ll: K.45. furnished at 30 cents ea6li, bv m:tilot
,' 4i..' and dicker In votes and/ since wreka In Tun" TROPICAL. ,Sim. a nowapapvrpublliihnd flu nnm. ..tallowing uwttnlase i4 to prohltonUiiu .. TROPICAL REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
I to tariffs there is abolutely In anld County cud Mtato. < uponami cultivationof express .' ,
, ? needed pass .
... :
ore Doe-aa't Them. : :
.4. .a. \I'.t; ,
.
,.. available. frebriiary :H8t, 11102.CtCt.Seiuil i Haiti : Jams. Hull, Jr.f Neptc.Fia. ELBEI13GE: GALK:, '
i 1f" no other process It does not seem to tickle the Alabama This .; Oc.nrSe| W. Tln.li.lk of ; | JtGKEJlSrTS.Office .
: I IH. :
SW .1;" There la no more principle in the whole Republicans hilariously to sets t ; E.: V. DEARBOH.V. ward Whtildun.: of Neulune t la-'ti'l:1: *. Mangonla, Fin .: 4(
Is In a mock aufr B. 8A UNDER& Clerk'IrnltCoul't le nf Neptune, Kin. In Tropical Sun Block. a-aS-lf ,
; than there referee "S ,
k tiuilness Booker Washington acting as SolICitor for Complainant '-7-6t W O. ROBINSON, RegiMe .
York o
New
.
,: tion or a i policy drawln*- fn their offlceseeblng, contests. ,,,I. .4. '

Times. o f/\\ :
If
.. I' .'

:"I .\\t"\I'!:' : .. ,, .,.,';" I: ''J.. "" \ "H./o, / & Ii
'i.L1! ; ,
..._\.""I" ':\" "" ""' "t" 'i' 1''ii' llH!:; ''tl .I ..1.f"/ "!/, ".' ,"'; ...u..,..;, .b 41 ,
1Ioo--o- I 'i'I!
.
..-.,JI\I! !\!( ,'." l!! ,8\\'!. .._ ;:; 'Or -.; 1\\ _.

'. ......:{' .". ,'or ; ; ,'
,
,, '
...-'. I
,
:"
"
i" ,

.



"

,.jf -"I' ,. .

'
#4 h'ir i. '

THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, H I u, i 1NUS.ly ') } '. ';
+ a 6 tK ,
\ -- '


I" ':,4-1'U'' .-- NE*! OF MIAM. Y ANDF =




\ : .. .
-
_._ --. -- I -- ---
)
-----
\ EDITORIAL BREVITIES. other railroad ; and competition MERELY: A SUGGESTION. people's money to be squandered In Beaqtlru. Blue Blacayne.T.

!t :t MIAMI BUREAU \ THERE is NO PLACE on the face of 1rI1'auit a reduction in freight and Biwayne Day was rendered conspicuous an endless litigation for no other Writ ..
TUB
': the earth that offers greater advantages passenger rates. Is any one fool by its absence from the purpose! than to give dome people a l r TitoptQAb/ EtuioiiiimtiliiMii P' ; 1 1re.l.0a

J ; THE TROPICAL SUN for a canning establishment enough tothink, the East a.st Company River nnd Harbor Bill, recently chance to pocket money at the expense 'I ) are the Huh the tout IJrl/b'tOllt./. .

Miami barring reasonable / will voluntarily loosen Its grasp pOs8\1d.\ 'by Congress.; of the tax payers? A ha wind, It brlnm no pafn, }, \In
', fit Of lea In Anthony Block Twelfth Street near Jjhan; ). IIIIfPntl./; ..,,"pbe,.* from o'ut the
1 l It ? IH it not about time for the peopleto ..
the monopoly enjoys If
the
.! M ag'0'' 'l Avenue C. freight rates. Exorbitant charges on royal Supreme Court decides against; JBlHcryne. s
.
.. I reach- the decision to support no him will B. M. Potter bob with "
.
:, IRVINE MATHER. MANAGER kill this enterprise, us well as many up I lava to .oe the moonltghD ,p
'I" ; others. In their eagerness to gather Ir is BELIEVED that the k'lorldaSnpremeCourt man for Congress who will not only another "friendly" suit, friendly to And the> dark '..av...gloaming brightOn / "

', All KuhHcrlptlofm,advertlHementn end orders for have been known to PL.KDOH: himself to work in GOOD the Individuals who get money out the fall lad HUtoly' bamboo cuuu \,
''S't received ut gold some people will shortly announce 1
w rk South of Fort Lauderdale Lining the shores ot bin .
lacaye d
I +'' ?d Job. om"". t the that laid '' to the of t tie FAITH for an appropriation for deepwater 'of It? !I .-
strangle foolish, goose ita decision as validity
And the flowora, aowent
?,:, ''rr and fair
Miami but who work? "f
1 WILL
P08TOFMCB Box NO. :Jftl.; the golden; eggs. County bonds the legality of which at When is there to be an end of thin. Coating thalriragranesonthavrnningat *,i

9 flat w. 'r .*. one B. M. Potter of West .Palfn RichArd Bland, for many years a child's play and the work of f improvement Charm oven tliooyM.of'the KmorotiatwBlWaadurltiK
r .r MIAMI, FLORIDA. MARCH 14 100:1.I : CITY COUNCIL member of Congress from Missouri, on the bench of ttft\\ blue 1 {
Way DOES NOT THE Beach, brought a "friendly" suit (jo begun ?
eayii .
I -i'
OF INTRODUCTION. order the improvement of Third aud test. It is a pity Mr. B. M. Potter's, { never failed to introduce in each sue When will the man or \men behind How bountiful thu Bhell '":' V
't' BY WAY C seeding Congress a bill for the free JI., g
to
w
from
Fourth Streets, Avenue "friendly" spirit did not expand {to Potter show himself or themselves? white.RnilN ?
r With this Issue THE TROPICALSUN Avenue D? Both are well built up'l the extent of paying Dade Count .8 coinage; of silver, and he worked for ., Cad on the.bo."" of till KtortaUH land

'r presents a new Mature to Its and the houses are, for the most fees in the "friendly" conte t. it in committee, and spoke for It on Who and what ore they, .? By the aiirjrlng anrt rnlllngr 0'..,the wall,
legal
; The aorta!
readers department to he devoted the but the floor of the House, in session and I .urKlng the blue Blocnjnn.!
part, occupied by owners! ; But it interest some> people jof!
of Miami and may Two handsomely furnished residencesfor 'TI. a grand and glorloviH: Bight i.e
.1. "f exclusively to the news ( they have out, until at last he had at least the
although they axes;
pay a mathematical 1 inquiring turn sale at Cocoanut Grove. Fruit Dj miDMlilne, ttoriu and moonlight,
,.I', ',. south Dade. It will be our aim to neither water lights or sewerage/ service of mind to calculate, if a "friendly"suit satisfaction of seeing it madean issue Townly' Vrothers. trees.... And surely 3'ou'l8xolulon\ "flora J I: v

?; give ALL, the news, together withy or even decent streets. One cost the 'County one thousand before the people. Ills steadfastnessand remain,"
t'
> editorial comment as In our of earned for #ttrtheshnroeotbeautiftabluetllccayae. ?
such
electric light hung midway in each would tenacity purpose
I I dollars in lawyer's fees, what SIGNS-Of every description. Bran-
: I'' .. opinion will best conserve the interests block would be a great Improvement have been the cost if Mr. B. M. PJ>t- him the soubriquet of "Silver Dick." dow Bros. Avenue D, Miami. t 3-14-21 I "Walkover" Shoeg-ANTHONY BRI
; of the people. If there la rotten- How would Water Bob"sound y
; ,' and convenience, and cost little, ter had been real mad? "Deep ,
', In the administration of public ] i Davis
Giese: Col.
) ,> I
eeN _eZION. -. '
t,1; affairs, town or County, THE: SUN Deep water at Miami would almost Florida cast Coast lime Table.I
I TUB FLORIDA EAST COAST DRAINAGE:
BENTON MoWn/LiAMs, n wJov'rnor
f I ';\ :: will uncover it; equnlly, such encouragement certainly result in the building; of I
aslf it
Company is going ahead really I ( of Tennessee who for 120
,
1, as public praise brings, will strong; coast defenses, and the estub- "
meant to drain the Everglades.! ; If conspicuous() member ofCongress sta.1tion BOUTHBOUHD-Read Down. HORTBBOaND Remi Op
a'': be bestowed upon that worthy official yelJl''os ) liHhnientof a permanent naval
this is the removal of j
J. who does his whole duty as he accomplished a leader on the floor ana' at. Miami.\ That would mean
; the prl'sentlal'ge body of warm water of Democr *:>lO. >;O vN07e! *!>r0. .NO NO 1 ,
tower strength among; '
it'i'. aegis it.This. will undoubtedly business for local *merchats, aside [ "O.\\ W I.J id i I MAIN LIR$. 14. ss' 6e. ,, y
f} department of the paper will and protecting forest, at the national capital once told the/ from trade from abroad.

THE SUN bas been-tor seriously affect the climate.ofDade writer that when he entered! Congresshe On second thought "Deep haterDavis" iO Ii 66 165 R \0On Lv...Jackeonvlllo. ...AT l' 00 P 7 lOp G 1' OIl
be, as ever County, Just as the cutting of abandoned the practice of I law, .....P.. ...... .P.. ...... ... \\I 4MIL..?Bo. .Jauk."nvllle..I \\I 511 P ...... '" .....Shop... .,.
the people and against the rapacityof would be more alliterative, \\8\ II 011.. D 00.. 10 6&a .:IG. Auguetloe ..... a GO pI\ 10.. iI1".I.:.I I1110 ,
.; t. timber in North and Central Florida often refusing: lilrge fees to appear How ... .p.. ...... ... ...... ... II Ilia .r. ....:...Hllalllll. .I H p ...... ... ....... ..:..
y, corporations; for a clean and has been followed by colder weatherin before the T_il. supreme Court. euphonious. and respectful. 10 P 9U P II'O a U U :.......:..ElieNnngn! :: t ::.....,. 1 1 f16 eX Po .e.ill. .P.or.. .... ..
I Renee! administration' of public ufI those sections. It is a very grave n about 10, uoioneir Let us hear from :::'::.::: :::'::.::: :::::.;:: n nip. ::::::::.:.liunnalla., .::::.::::: i 14 U :::'::'::: .:.::::, :: ,

; fairs:both town and County, and ana i question whether the carrying; out of lIe believed that honorboundbrlntogive and attention .to you. ? I 2H 2 u an P S H41p OUp 10 I .47 .. I i l or.p S7p :::::::::..Orninntl: : ,.::::::::: : :p j'r'ir' 'f'iiiji .;... rl e
time ,
of Democratic his entire U 00 10 CUHi'i 1 nip ........ Duttona./ .,...... S HI 4 US 0 1i.iI. 4 '
a unswerving supporter the this enterprise may not prove disastrous duties and he never 2s ..p.. 4 171' ..... ... 1 Slip ......,..?Port Orauxe....... 0 91 ..... ..P. ......... '.
party, in accordance the congressional; THE COUNTY BOND QUESTION. 1 iii'ua: u!...... .,. U lilt\ 1 4laoup' .....,..New' Smvrne........ .n9;. 1I.a pOliOI' 4 ,
to the fruit and vegetable; violated this rule. There is, r.ut'leust ..... ... a 08 p >> ....,... ,.Oak. l 11 l illTltuavlllo 1. ......... >!> 1IIt p .', ... .
principles enunciated in the National 1960tl..... ... b'r'p U47p......... ... ..... I 0111' ,1\1I, p'6'sep i1 j
.growers; in this section. one Judge: in Florida who The County bond matter seems to .. 6 60 P .. ... 8 1UI' ....,........Joooa.........,... 196! ... ... ......... ....:....

I ., 6 Democratic platform. .% holds that his duty to his constitu- I be curiously mixed. Advocates ofthebondschgrge.others .1e. .a l a u HOP nap: ..lit.. o.p: i 8 Sip Hsi:: ::::::::: KauUulliaMelbourne.Kockluiltfe ::::::::: I 19 1 11 10$ p y'1 1 l I.p : f A9p() .,16N.a M, ,.

( It will seek to aid all worthy enterprises IS SUPPOSE that with being ...... ... ..it ...... ... ...... 4 Nup......... ......... I 9 IX P 1116! P l 1'1" .....
TO
IT REASONABLE ents does!! not bar him from practic- B n AU x n
", that tend to the material owning the only grocery decisions .I obstructionists, yet no Injunction to y ::: :;'::: :::::: ::: :::':: ::: 1 OHi Mp|:: :::::::;: tb;:uulo :::::::::.10 47 a ::: ::'::: :::::::: ':::::::: v
'-, any man illglaw: as well as giving a sr n T 69p J 68 p'' a ofii> ...... ,;Fort fierce....,...,. IU 40 a 1319 p 8 Drop 1118a ,
r: J development of town and County, store in a town would 1 be fool enough he has the division of a thousand stop their delivery: and i 'suit to test ....., ... I'8\ up ........White City......., 10 !311 a ...... ... ........ ...,.,.. .
when "' ... ...... ... ...... MH ............Tibbnla ...........10 III a ... ...... .. ...... ......... .
assail allmeasures '
} .1".", and will as vigorously; to loan another man money to start dollar fee. t' their validity is the'' work of one B. ...... ... :I !Ii! ': a .... ... \I\ Bill)i) ... .ElianJontutn. ............. 10 08 .. ......... .. _ _
... .... ii ... ..... S 85lT ...... ..... ............ 10 04 ..........,
1,, and projects that have for ? And there M. Potter whose environment ._........ 1I..1: y | ...... a. ...,.. ______ ____
an opposition store yet personal ..... ... ,..:if..a; ...... .. Ntp. .,....... Stuart .. .. "Ii ..
-- .,...,. .. .. ... ... pp'
{ their object the aggrandizement of, -- .. ... .. I7p Hope $onm..U HO ft, '
,. are people I ia Miami who are simple FEARLESS MEN I Is such as to lead the average eye' .. .ill"Ii. .".... ... 7 Bdp......Wont Jupiter..S, I 18...... ... ... .... .
.. individual self at the of the TWO GOOD AND I6 're'in ., in 48ft _ _
; ': expense enough; to believe that the Florida citizen to believe that he is in touch ,50.e H >;- 616 n H uniiH 1 "r. We.t Pnlni! S iililaiOlil.M a I t KGI
IIuicl PolnulunM
,* people. Personal greed and political East Coast Railway Company is Tbeannouncementof lion. R. Hudson with the most ardent advocates of noI ii U I oua 'd; ; 426p t all |p 8 gap lap Lv..Tho Royal Brakere..S a 10 8UBin Lisp 1 lip 10 5)1, _ _
candidate for State I 1) Kin II 06 a 4 40 p 8 MID, Howl Royal Pnlnulunn II ,III II :M. a! 1 alp 1006, _ _
(1\I chicanery will be held up to public sincere in expressions of a desire fora Burr as a the bond Issue. I 11461. U J8a B !aop 4 0p H Slip..lynch Pain liuacli..Ar| 8 00 II 10 10 a J9 sop .161 _ _
condemnation and execration. Railroad Commissioner rondo in last 10 07 a.i .. .. .... ...... ,IHIp' ..........Itoynton.. ...... Lv 7 115II .
} I deep water harbor here and in This B. M. Potter brought; what 10 til a .. ... ... ...... ... ....a alp .... .ort LHtiilenlale.. .. UN .
As in the past, so in the present week's issue of THE TROPICAL, BUN, 11 Will....... .......... ...... ... 10 'II| ....,.. Lemon t.lty........ 668 ii..r.. ,
.p good faith has used its Influence to he calls a "friendly" suit, an evidence IIh n. S In 8 ii in p H O..p 1111101' Ar?_...... II/lml..L./ 0 IItI \
; and in the future-THE TROPICAL secure the necessary appropriation.Deep will be hailed l by the mass of the of friendship that cost the tax payers fav,4.Arowti

SUN is and will be THE PEOPLE'S the toilers the men who earn
water means another and\ competing people, of Dado County $1,000 in law i I

f' ',. PAPER. !I ; steamship line, perhaps an- their living in the sweat of their yers' fees, halt of' which would have M'm.: li.MoUormlck M. I .TrmldBntH. Vlca-Crexldant' ,i'j 1
;; 'J1 brow, with cordial acclaim. Mr. Bailk'of Bay Biscayne lea, H. Currle. gmund Vlce-Preali4,
I been a good payment for the services. Charlie H. O..rthd", C'UHhl *<. ,
: Burr is the man 'who, ua a member. : ......l tanG Caablap
< This B< M.tf ottev is ... brothel, of r .., 4 .. Edwardaaempn
;1 : of the last Legislature, introduced Qa/it-ru Potter member of the Coun-
; t:. ; Capital $50,000 ,
neautlrnl. location for hotel or ronl- Bargain In Improved builnemi and carried through: the House1'bill tT )en}* omitlc Executive Committee
', dunce In Miami fronting, on Hay 151).) property lu 31111.vUI pay 20 asking the legal passenger fare on MIAMI: FLORIDA:
Com-
feet on 11th street Irto( duet, >n Avenue nndxiusiuess partner of County ,
.. Aw 160 feet. Thin IB per cent on Investment. Can be State of Florida
the
i ALL, railroads
PTO\erIY\ missioner Lainhart. lIe is also a ----
4q near the Royal PRim bad at a bargain; If Hold In the
r $0000.00.from llotvl Park. Burkina at next thirty dnya. lip> made THREE CENTS. brother of Dr. Potter, one time Representative Lumber

Undoubtedly the influence 'of the. Now Lifter and Supply Co.
.:. not> beat It'' in the Legislature. Biscayne -- ShinglesLath
Florida East Coast Railway from whence came thi* inspiration of ,

in the Senate, but the people have friendship for the people of Dade BRICK, CEMENT, LIME PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Morrell'' Crates
XXBROTHERS
r ), TOWHLEYHEAL not forgotten Burr's gallant fight, County Did its spring spontaneously MIAMI, FLA, po.tom"Box '!6 J 1t A, CONRAD, iSffWZ. *.*

and, in rewarding him by elevationto from the large. palpitating heartof 3" -lf -,

,,' the Railroad Commission. they B. M. Potter, or did it emanate

1i. EST TE AGENTS will place thereon a man who will from the bran of his Democratic Ladies' Furnishings
i J
r,J i .. always see that the people get; ,jus- relathe, in private consultation on P Art Embroideries
Th
MIAMI FLORIDA t
tice, as far as lies within his power. business matters with Business Partner Keystone Notions of All Kinds :.
We will have to in the h a) ':
r; .,. something say Laiiihart? Or, still. again, was Artists Material :.
1 oaLT' xxxnao: > ,
1 1y\ ,. \" future about this matter. it inculcated by his Republican ,, ,.

t. ; Domain In Ora throve In theni. Now that Mr. Burr has wltll1ro.wlfhimself brother? FANCY BOOKS AND GOODS .. Stationery a Office Supplies 0 of f All Descriptions ".."',
:. vicinity nf Mini ,I. Mntt.ACrM: In frum the Legislative/ race',the From whatever direction ramethe SC
tract. Five acret In hraag (; (groves
t 4 year SO* old.r'con SnBuy ,. ooltaltt'lnvtMtinent.ir. Willt. .. t people of South Dade should hastento inspiration it cost the people $1,000 :MIAMI A. J. KOLB, PROPPianos
on > ,
+ pe
: gn at For ir ThuiiHaml Dol-. put in the field a candidate for the in spite pf the fact that Dade County' 1-7-tf

a1 ,ti lane Legislature who will\ take up the Mr. J. T.
has a County Attorney, '
r .. good; fight; a candidate who if elect- Sanders. In passing, it may be men- Organs Sewing Machines
7 Why pay rent,when you can buy 'tie linve duslrahlo iMiHineea property ed bo depended upon.to stated .
: : can
Hro., I I the Commissioners
1,, from Townley $1000.001on In Mlitml" "proved anti unimproved ... tioned that County I
'' cotragoi easy. '''TOI.from. f'ou.oo to ,for sale on ea.y term. by the people, regardless; 'of, the have recently employed Graham I sell direct from the Pactory .
threats or inducements that will be additional The Celebrated Schubert:: Piano with Mandolin Attachment,
|&: Patterson, at an ex- The Conover Pianos' the Cable I Pianos, ,
w "j 4 bell out to him by the corporations.That ,", Rae of $200! or $900 n. year.. tn The'K.' I rvaHlttw. Pleoov the U7l ll ftAM nlunn %flf .
n y ,
-- aJJ
I man U A. A.Bog'gs, of Cocoa- t'attend tq County business. Why --ih b.i aKt; ;; ;; Organ, ;twenty-nine; style

1; nut Grove. 111Is a man of exceptional At the Very Lowest Prices and on Liberal Ter on.
Potter to
B. M.
What does expect
..i ::: : E. WADDELL ability, a forcible speaker, ,gain; even If he wins in the Supreme Catalogues; and Price Furnished on Application.::

:) ; fully and thoroughly conversant Court ? Old Instruments Taken In Exchange "*> Tie Celebrated Singer! Sewing Machine

fl I .. with the 'situation, and one wuo has Is he paying the expense ot this Needles and Attachment fur all klniU prompt of AU"I1t1oo.COR. Sowing: Machine. MallDrtlara will receive"

-: ,I '. .......,............................ already shown himself the friend of II snit? Ills lawyer must be paid. AVE. n.AMI ittii ST.. *
: the people. No threats, no bribes, in Who pays him? Does B. M. Potter 1 n-tr MIAMI, FLORIDA .l. W. ERICKSON

I ; f Fine list City Lots desirable whatever shape they came, wouldmove If he does, why does*be? Why should

I Real him.one Jot from the positionhe bll bring; this suit Ii ha interestedin I j

takes: it? If ha does not pay, who does? '
Biscayne Bay fronts ; Ia all essentials Mr. Boggs fa the Who inspired the suit, n'ywayT Furtnrtur e .

roan of the hour. He has never signll1e If it was merely a scheme to give
} .
Estate also Fruit and Vegetable Large Stock
any desire for political honors, some oDe >v fat fee, the people are

\ but that he Is willing; to give; his entitled to know It. Judge H yser Small Prices

t t i Tracts near Miami Cocoa- time, brains and services to the cause was selected to defend the suit by '

11 ... and 1 i of the people IH shown by the work be his friends. on 'the County Board. 3 00 Good Goods

-w; 'nut Grove and vicinity, improved has already done before the Its froad The law says no Judge shall practice SPECIAL ATTENTION

..J : Commission, fighting; for a Just and luwiu any court whence an appeal GIVEN 'ro Mail Orders s sin

and equitable freight rate over the Florida would lie in his own court. This

". Collection unimproved, \. East Coast railroad. This he did I d l's'not apply in thin case fur the UndertakIng In all Its Branches. .

\ ':: without solicitation, and at !great suit came before the Circuit Court;
'V
suitable for residence or inst.t ; tDQOM ;UIT$ EDWIN NELSON
I. personal inconvenience and expense. but the law also says that no Judgeshall ., Miami, Fla.
the Democrats of South Dade 3-14 amWILSON
Let be associated In any case with
vestment. hasten to call upon him. and he will before"
shall
Agency a I 1'iwyer?, who practice
i I'espond-respond in much a brilliant his court. Mr.Robbins, of Titusville\ ,

P'f .. ................................... campaign; that he will carry all before was employed: to assist Judge lley- & FLYE .

him. The farmers know him and
ser, therefore Robbins is now; barrelfrom

1 Phosphate and trust him, for he Is a farmer himself. Heyser's court. If Robbins did
----DEALERS IN- -
Therefore let us lose no time. Boggs: previously practice before Jndgelleyeer -

; t!Ic4.- Orange Grove Lands is the man to succeed Burr. then Heyser we tale was'It irregular; his employmentwith nnd un Staple and Fancy Groceries


iu y,. On the West Coast KRIPPENDORP'S LADIES' SHOES f l lawful. ...
Rana.
at ANTHONY
FRUITS TOBACCO
and
Now, it the association of Heyser CIGARS

Brandow BrcM., House awl Sig 'Pat D t- and Robbins was Irregular; aid unlawful '

1 I St tr Agent for Armour & Co., Fertilizers, Chicago. Airmotor Wind Mills, Chicago era. Avenue D,, Miami. Much 3-14-31, was the Judge knowingly LOWEST PRIDES GUARANTEED Order CoodaPromptly and All '

r1 .c, : Correspondence Solicited. Large and imall tract of fruit, tomato employed In order.to give him, the Delivered .

:)::un:D:Bank Twelrtb 0' BaV'UO.BI.eayoe.' MIAMI, FLORIDA and potato land for aale cheap, by* for division another of a fat friendly fee and suit open? the la way the Avenue D., Near 14th St MIAMI FLA."I i.,
Block S-7-jm
SJJtt Townley Brother, Anthony : ,\\.


..

1


; ug.'tr'.ra.d.k' ; : ...:., .. ,. -. .. ", ., .. ..,
"
", f"'; .. '., .. "" ,,. f lii',
: .
c a' d'0I ,' :, ,,' '.' '\!,., .
I ,, ... n. gyp. ..> I'f, ." ',' ,' ; '' '''!;! ''''',V'I'''.' :1,. t "
'T .' 1 it e1 tIXi rkiomt .' .. ';''*' "
: ; ,
yi iIJA': : : ;; ,. ," ,, *
t ;" '.;-\'; ": ." ',#"i'JI\: '.' oJ'"' .,?: -': ,> ':; ., :. : ;'<';i'' !. : "'::7i '' '",,
.
.
.. '''. ', <. ,0,:1 "
,II'f'
.
.
,
.' : .



J ti +'firY


r'1 v I' ) ,J
/ 911l
I

.

Wijn ; :, '. :\ '". .:j 1
JHfVSfWil( --
/>1'\\ ) \ 1

I j.

;:.;:. .
\ t"r"
THE TU'I : JAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 7, 1902 \ 7





It TH SO H 'lDADE SECTION I



._, ._- -
-
r- -r--
OF SOUTH DF \ THE PASSING SlIQW. TIlE COUNTY FAIR.
JWS ROUND ABOUT MIAMI ,
,.. Here Are Some
Bargains
TFflf( J I II 'S. ;
--
.
j; inoitlon of Crops Gt and Points Purely Personal of People Coming; Finest Exhibit of Fruits and VegetablesEver
U Links of Local Picked
And Going, News up Seen in Dade County

Farmers Shipping: He ly. -.- Here and There. -.- And if you watch this space ,

Messrs. J. L. and J. C. Hick son, of The annual County Fair will be heldat AlII: -
Tile Tomato and Pepper Yield Large, and Minneapolis: MInu"? are iu the city and Brief Mention of Current Event Gathered Miami March 19 20 and list, and the you will see something
.k or Fine Quality. Other New. exhibit of and it is
fruits vegetables
t wilt\ make some Investments In real by THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters worth r.ading each week
Of the County. estate. predicted by those In position to know,
1: During the Week. iV
... will\ be the finest ever seen In Dade

e I )'. t "TomatotM are ono and I'm In U...." Mr. D. Andersonwife. and grandsons, -- County. The exhibit will be shown in a 17 lbs. Granulated Sugar for I

r f Tie armor Bally ships, of South Omaha, Neb., are in the city on Who There at wan tilRbt a young would man play In the Mlamoo plunee 'large: tent, probably on the lot at the 18 lbs. Extra C. Sugar for ,
vy. 'r sTu make a stood stake this time," their return from Cuba. Mr. Anderson corner of Twelfth and Avenue B, where
r But liooverlonlm the mOn-opol.T'n hooky But the neighbors amen from an outraged 5 1.2 lbs. Good Roasted Rio Coffee $$1 00 c
Intend investments fa. Hall the hotel Is to be
making some repose Halcyon new ,
'
A +$'{ Mil* Hue In the Eadt Coast line Miami. And threw him out Into the alien .erected. 12 Cans Full Weight Milk oi Pet Cream

roller la at work thin week .. r During the Fair there will\ be bicycle 16 lbs. Good Rice .. ,
won the Lemon City road, north of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, Prof. The ladies of the first Methodist Episcopal -: races and other amusement and in the 33 Ibs Best Winter Wheat :Flour ;

Miami. Wiley, Chief Chemist, am" Prof. Stubbs, church gave an oyster and ice- evening there will be a reproduction on

f Ir of the experimental sugar station at cream supper at the Armory Tuesday the Miami river of the battle of Santiagoby

r Reports from South Dude are to the New Orleans, are expected to be in Miami evening, taking in a very tidy sum of electric light. This feature has been Hams 14c lb.

J effect that ttte cold wind from the north. during the County Fair next week. ,' money. procured by the management at ,considerable Good Sun-Dried Apples lOc lb.

1v west a few days ago did no material Kr. W. C. nwlug and wife, of Mlnne. One of the finest residences in Miamifor expense but will\ prove of great

.' damage In that section ojjolls\ Mints, are spending a few weeks sale cheap. Two squares from Royal interest and a drawing card.

111 Miami, stopping at Mrs. Chase's. He Palm Hotel. See Townley Brothers, I I' Round trip tickets for one fare, plus
Mr, Noble Padgett, of JFulford, has six e. D. LEFFLERTwelfth
l III greatly pleased with Florida and will Anthony Block. e as cents, will be on sale from Ft. Pierce
in
+ acres tomatoes that experienced growers
say are the finest they have ever seen. invest if he finds something- to suit him. Mr. Denny, representing S. T. Fish south.midwinter An exhibit wilt\ be of a tropical novelty fruits to the in St., Between P. 0. anl Biscayne, Hotel MIAMI, FLORIDA

M r They estimate the yield at from 500 to Mr. M.: J. Peppord, of Minneapolis, & Co., of Chicago, and Mr. Truett,. rep. thousands of visitors in Florida.
600 crates to the ncre. illnn.. contractor, after a I
a prominent ,
resenting Haverkampf. Kremer& Long, .. .

s tn L. Harp, John Harp and Thomas away week's by stay business.here returned lie leaves home,his called wife I also tomatoes of Chicago this, each shipped a carloadof IS THIS LEGAL? VI AW. II ft 1..
week
; .. Tarp, and R. $. McDonald.. J. M.. PiUs
and two children in Miami for the balance .,
t..M.,. nd Noble Pnget, 1\11\!! living/ in the vanity of the season, to escape the extreme Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of the The Miami Water Company Refuses to I AI BYIMI1I 11.i) .
of Fulford, have fine of Bank of
crops cold of the :l orthwest.Mr. Bay Biscayne, has 25 acres In Serve Patron.
tn a toes and are shipping heavily. tomatoes near Cutler that are looking a
C. H. Sherburne, wife and daughters -=-.-
fine and will produce
a large
W. Peacock, of Cocoanut Grove, of Petoslcy Michigan, are In the Picking has not yet commenced. crop. An evidence of the Independence of '
e 4r skipped 750 crates of pepper city for an extended stay, coming here the Florida East Coast Hotel Company Dry Goods Notions Etc.The
'oV acre of ground. This year he- for the benefit of Mr. Sherburns's health, E. Waddell, the veteran real estatedealer isfound in the following which is vouchedfor .

y' 1 drtill- better from the same piece which liasgreally Improved. Mr: .Sher- has a large variety of laud In his by Rev. Mr. White, pastor of the ,

vi+t of Iari*>. How is that for Florida farm-. burne has purchased a lot on the Boulevard hands for sale, and reports numerous Miami Methodist Episcopal Church
in and will hulld a winter home. sales in farming lands, as well as city South. Only Complete and Exclusive'
lots. Read bis advertisement. This has the exclusive fran
Mr. Joseph Ramsdell, of Lawrence company Dry Goods House in, Dade County
beauties of Cocoanut Grove are Rev. E. V. Blackman chise for electric light, sewer, and water ; .
South Dakota, is in the city ,Secretary of the
,g discovered tourists, and it la County,
by Dade works in Miami. Mr. White applied to
Idly becoming a favorite spot for investing iu :Florida real estate. He work Couuty Fir Association, is hardat Mr. J. B. Reilly manager of the company We have Just received our New Spring!: Silks, Lawns, Nainsooks, S'

r ,nt-seera. The Peacock Inn has been purchased a lot Tuesday from Townley Fair next getting week.t matters In shape for the here,. for water service for the Swisses, Chambrays, Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Eta Imported
Bros. Avenue C and another on He predicts the finest Domestic Wash Fabrics of all
ou and kinds.
t I the and board is laid
throughout season
main being ,
exhibit church, the water says
He has also bought ever made by Dade County, and
Seventh Street. furnished Great line
Samples request.
h demand in that vicinity. upon
; Mr. White, directly In front of it. .
a large crowd.
other city lots and a tract of land near 1 of House Furnishing GooJs at '
Some of the finest oranges ever grown Buena Vista.II'\ '. Ramndell Is greatly Mr.C.L'.Xiauilneathe enterprising dry Mr. Reilly refused positively tQ permit Low Prices
the connection to be made, on the
Dade County are now hanging In pleased with Florida and will\ probably goods merchant, Is constantly getting in
den from the trees Mr. I ground that too much water would be ;
cluster at
locate here.Townley. new goods, and now has on hand a
fir"" nroe'a residence: at Cocoanut 1 stock that cannot be surpassed in Flor. used watering the lawn. Mr. White SURPRISE STORE
The limbs have been propped Brothers have some bargains i ida. He guarantees a large assortment offered\ to pay double the usual charge,
prevent them from breaking down In residence lots, centrally lo and lowest which is one dollar per month, but Mr.
prices. TWELFTH STREET AND AVENUE C.
j der the weight: of the heavy fruit. cated. *. I Reilly still refused. MIAMI FLORIDA C. L. XIMANIES Prop. ,.
Manager Wilson, of Wilson! & Fye) Mr.,White states that the proprietorsof 3-14-3111
grocers, Is a hustler, and his enterprise the Pioneer and Everglades hotels
tyVTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Is giving him a large trade with' the told him that they paid only one dollar I

[people who come up from the Key per month, and those hotels surely use

: When You Need He carries a large stock of fruits and : more water than would be used by the Tomato Wraps and

f vegetables, as well as groceries. i I Methodist Church, even if the lawn was


.. Rev. Charles W. White, pastor of tile'Methodist ..watered..KThis refusal on the.part of the water ..Crate Nails '
h/ .
; ,
'
Church South/ will\ preach company to give the Methodist, Churcha -S' .

CLOTHING Sunday morning to young people and water service is peculiar, to say the
children, illustrating his discourse with least, and it is questionable whether it I have just received a large stock of Tomato Wraps,

charts and pictures. Sunday night he has the legal right to refuse such service I Tomato Picking Baskets, Crate Nails and Vegetable

will preach special sermon to young where'the applicant is prepared to pay, Carriers. I purchased early and purchased, right.and 4
men. -- It would seem that if the company refuse It will pay any one in need of tomato wraps and nailsto

to aer've patrons it thereby voluntarily see me, or write for prices, before buying. I also
''h Mr. Tom Peters has already begun violates its obligation to the public and carry a
shipping his crop of tomatoes. The Peters
FURN vacates its franchise. Tan SUN will
family are the largest tomato .growers have more to say about the failure of Full Line of General MerchandiseAT
in the County, their lands lying
this company to fulfill the obligations of
about Cocoanut Grove, Cutler and other LIVING PRICESHUDSON
the franchise.
parts ot South Dade. It Is stated that .
they expended JS.oop this season for
fertilizer: which gives some idea of the THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. BURR

magnitude of their _'S.
i crop.
ShOES !Service: of Books From Cocoanut Grove Little River Florida
I The large congregation at the Methodist -
May be Discontinued.
I I Church South was charmed last -.-
Sunday evening by the singing by Mrs.
Cocoanut Grove is more fortunate than
Irvine Mather of ("The Holy City,") a okattostostottottokoatp.tottoKo.tottoroatokoatoatostokotto toatoatoato0r
\ .TRY. .. very difficult as well as beautiful com Miami in the possession of a public library > s ,

position. Mrs. Mather's rich, full su- thanks to the energy and gener. "oo
Club Bar.We "o.t
oiiity of Mr. Kirk Munroe. Miami people f'.Iian1i I
prano voice was at Its best, and she sung
however, have had the privilege: of
without effort, filling the church with a ..... -
getting these boolrs by payment of the
melody as sweet as charming.Mr.'S. o
a ; Anthony subscription price. ship a gallon of Good o '
+ ; Graham, at present proprietorof The list here Is 'small-too small to 'oo
the Biscayne hotel, who Intends erecting justify the continuance of the weekly s ex charges prepaid, for $3.00. :

% : : a new hotel at the'northwest corner service! of books, owing to the cost of whiskies $2.50 to $7.00 per gallon.

of> Avenue B and Twelfth Street, says i transportation to and fro, and Mr. Mun. o '
that work will begin very shortly. He roe has oeen actually forced to announce ifo An 8-year-old brand, bottled o

J ; has bought a tract of land across the that unless this list is increased to at *>
Miami River, for stone, but will not least 30 subscribers, it will be discontinued o bond, age strength purity and !

quarry it if he can get the stone else. In April.. The Miami subscribers tfV tfV tity guaranteed by the U. S. gov't
where. The hotel will have ago rooms, now number 23, and Capt. Irvine Math. 02"o
giving accommodation for 250 guests, er has undertaken to endeavor to secure o case of 12 bottles; $15.00. o
-
The largest Dealers between St. and will be ready for opening next the necessary additional subscribers, in and Domestic Wines
the service will not be cut off. tfK Imported
order that
West. season ______
and Key
Augustine I[f the requisite number Can be procured tf Brandies at close figures.

I .I e Mr. Oscar Tucker, who 'l Is employedat the price will,be f I 50 a year, instead offt A ..7.yearoldVhiskey, bottled in o
Budge's hardware store, on Wednesday 75, as at present. o
purchased a magnificent panther's The library cqntains over 1200 volumes $2.00: per bottle; not less than 4 bottles

1 We Have the Leadbecause skin from an Indian, who killed the of carefully selected works of fiction o. Terms cash with order. 5I

beast recently in the Everglades. The history, biography, travels and

of our goods skin is splendidly preserved, the Immense poetry, and each subscriber is entitledto MIAMI CLUB BAR o
excellency
the
of claws and head being entire. one book each week. The price is

The skin measures over eight: feet from small, and the loss of the service will\ be J Miami, Florida.

tip to tip, Mr. DIckerson; the taxidermist surely felt bv many lovers of good read .. Opposite Postofflce 'Phone "oo
who has the skin on exhibition at ing. Leave your subscription with Capt. xokoisoleo

Knox and Ytung's Hats his curio store, says It Is a genuine Florida Mather at his office in the Anthony olso5so7eo7solso5so7so7sossolso7solsoieo7toisoleo7so7soieo 0

t Manhattan Shirts panther, and the most magnificent Block. t rto5tolto7s, f

[E. and W. Collars e specimen he has ever seen. Mr. Thos The Tomato Crop.T .
Townley offered\ Mr. Tucker $15-00 for
Shoes
Edwin Clapp's it, but he refused the offer.Carpenters' Hon. R. Hudson Burr, of Little River,
Alfred Benjamin's ClothingAnthony r '.' member of the last Legislature, and can FRANK W. STANTON & CO. '
didate for the Democratic nominee for
ae Union. Railroad Commissioner, was in Miami
,1
+ ( -- Tuesday. He takes rather a pessimistic OUR SPECIALTY.' '
I Iest A large( number of local carpentersmet view, uf the crop situation. He says that ['\
while the weather has not been sufii
Bros. at the Y. M. C. A. rooms.Wednes
a clently cold to do any material damage Fancy East Coast Tomatoes '
day night and organized a Union; the there has been too much rainfall, ana
following( officers being elected: President the tomato plant bave suffered. Many I Il'
Miami : Au. blooms have fallen off, the fertilizer in
Palm Beach Palm Beach J. A. RobbinsjYIce-President C. E. the ground damaged; shortening the fife 14= Vino Street, PhiladelphiaGrowers
Fo sell Recording Secretary,
gUilt ; of the plant, making the fruit smaller at
Yates Financial Secretary,W. O. Coats; short the
: maturity and cutting yield. '
-------- : Treasurer, N. D. Coats. W. G Coats He says some farmers who earlier in of Florid Oranges and Grape-Fruit

Shoeslrr I t was also appointed organ lie;. The ob the season exoected phenomenal yield, ,t
: now say they will be satisfied with half GROVES LOCATED '
t bold
ject nf the Union U, primarily, to As it Is still early, and the bulk I
.. up 'wages and regulate the hours of a of crop.the crop Is still to be grown, conditions Liles & Stanton, Terra Cela, Fin. Armstrong: & Stanton, Palmetto, Fl.. '

'+1 f -*--*-- *''*a.'*'*-* labor; A 'working day I Is now nine may Improve and the season tarn Knox & Stanton Limon: Fla.3tlY ,
--N hour. out nearly) a< profitable as last. .

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.,
,,U -,

jri

.
.
"I\: ..i-.. .Ij""',, : .. 'I'j rt! +' ..
.1'h'ot .. .
.-lit- '" ' ,' '" ,',' ..,1 ',.'f" ..,',.. ., ,.. ., .. r";' 'f'"'' oIt.-- J.. 'Ioo "" hi.'w; 'l ,,,'>t" : ,:
'
_" :' ': :" \\t I" :: : i.
,, t't't. < : .
: : .. W a
:
: \
: ,,. ; \s;: \1, '" '
,, I'\ ,,!",, .. ,.;.'1 ";. Mtj4\: ) \., ", '\ ". .,' \ ." 'r",", ; ';
"
"i'
.
", ,," '



I<'
r 91
4






) I rI *

\

'. t tt11 i

/ '' f' .
/1 ri ,
/ r THE TROPICAL, SUN, WEST PALM BEACU, FLORIDA, FRID i RC1I' 14, 1902


w'' 'K .. ... ...
I ---- -
-- -- -- -- .
'i1;>le)( I'':.,. ,' ,- FIr ..
r rfr
t'' ; l 1.\\ '1 I '

r I 1, ( :l'
-
:] 1.1 91i
YiI
h.,; .I r ? r Sr ay''IyI ( II

.
')I
i, '
{.:
f', t trye
:' sj';1! fl din 94111od114


\". }, '{j, :' >h ar



I. .( Y ,d l I 1.I

., I 1 1 I 1 ? ,pI IZ yt1 rC rf!
,.,1. ,lilr 1 ,illy' 1 d 1 r' II'I ', 0 i'p' lVr ('sllll'I'I' ',)
S j't rr!s 1'I Ix. II F r'l', hl'' ,,: ',A I 'nn i 111 Iijl lrxl 1f l
*
4
', >'. I i
I I 4.1fl
'i .
: qftq I 4., 111 .. I r { ,x 11 tFV, ? r. ,
; 1
\ tvwf } I 1 ''ll s It ,
,
,, g '' r !". ''r., fh '1n I, rRn,I ud rrl, },Yvl,?) Qlal 'ta >Rnl'41rv7 t f.1n. 1/ I It

q 1
1 1I
.Art i
,i't 'f I


:''Y'f,\ ', I I r x Ak, ,


f fti/ /rL1.Yj TLAtA1+P. : LAII 1.v, lfqltf... lr } }) pn : frF.ty.wlt vai l, .

,
lw1 i ii
qi q %t '1v I 2 ;+( i



: j !t'e 1 I t .


i c'D.
t .

1 t ,t P F I 4 ,11. .---- -- -
'try of his birth or the date of his capture
1. .. r -- h> honorable record of th Irish la ,
<. ;r by the but It the night was entrancing : Tes Ireland shall be free w A THE Sona of Bt Patrick :i In agreed that ho was born, In 887, cnr- k
yl-. the center to the seat when it' raise
; ( From Revolution
,/ \ .. On when green plumes wel'dancing \ II Then hurrah for liberty! for the ant /feel off Into captivity about 403, begun. a
fund of 103,500
and horses were Says the Shan Van Vocht. a : his ministry In 432 and died on March

e" 'l : t prancing In marshaled array I The whole column took up tbe chorus feting patriot army does no mote creel 17, 405. at; the ago of seventy-eight; a

.," : .,: <\.: and the banners of.green waved over the bands all did likewise, but thC' It 4o the hearts of Its members that Tradition tins It that his body Iff burled

". the sheen of tbe trappings of battle, I music of brass and sheepskin) Willi does the enrollment of George Was- in Downpntrlck, In the'' County
,
i ,I the blaze and the rattle, that Bred all d nwned and lost In that swelling sea .Ington as a member shed luster on Down Ireland where-
..
s \ our hearts that St. Patrick's day! of Irish vocal melody."You'll their witThere One crave three holy saints (So! sit,
i {j crowd that was a difficulty In the way ot and Columbkllle.
I stood In too sidewalk e a. a. Patrick, Bridget
.: General Washington whlc
Pan'Ick'a day, a young newspaper St'l see misfortune come of this" admitting The only writing of St. Patrick
read of It now will devlat!
who
p off duty, thrilled, like all till! rust whispered old Mulvihlll to me." I edge< I ninny existence besides the "Confessions"
t of Irish/ blood. Ah, but how Ii insurmountable Corotleus a, British'chi
l! cause my stilled away from him with n shiver such i as II i An active member had to be of Iris the epistle to ,
suddenly each rising cheer was to be n Christian, ,
Mtvlulll
the March wind could not cause who professed
I number of honorary -
the
.
J how quickly each throat choked with of slurt CATHEDRAL.NEW I birth or descent: who cal'rleolf\ some .C Patr ck'", c
bad the reputation posse PATRICK. IN ST. PATRICK'S limited by the coil: -
flushed OF ST. members was
and each tear filled eye STATUE i
,r shame second sight and some ability In fall, verts Into captivity. It was a plea
,'' longing na the I YORK. Btltutlon to ten, and the ten place
( and revengeful ( the
rage The lass marching body had the restoration of rlsooerl..twty ,
of the parade, swinging sorcery. -. ---- ,...-- were filled. And George Washlngto
band --- = and BlsCop Jf
; leading by. I, turned out of tbe ..- It failed, then
just gone blood in his veins eitbe I
Into Main street changed its lively home to of them Ireland could get 11.11 bad not Irish rick hurled against Corotlcus the thu
crowd and made my way my and wife's story, and toy skin of a few maternal lines of
or
my through paternal
Irish memory
"
to
ti tune to one which spoke own Ellen, my young bride. 'I her demands for the asking. derbolt of excommunication.
1 in tones of shame and helpless anger t01l1 crept. toward across hi. descent v
I me
cried when cl.j leaned
Morris! she O'Hara
homeland refrain: I "Ellen O'llara as we sat alone over our < There was the pu'zle. It was highly; I
the old loud and long .
find out
and laughed
her the story. "Oh can't you told me his plan. lie also told me ; counter desirable to have him as a member, and< GreJ
thatever Patrick's
She' the most distressful country wbere she lives? I'd give the world 1 to gars McGowan'a deriding It. Ills own, : "Dream again!" said be, slapping; raton have seen; of greatly
j you went to school together the shoulder, I After ages of neglect the tradl
They're hanging! men and women there Bee her. We to organize ou Invincible Iris bow could. It be done? t
(or wearing-of the green.A In Ballanashee, and we were such grei was in America and land !It In Ireland : "I will send this! tot Mr! McQowan; The Friendly Sons reasoned It out resting place of the remains .6(

well dressed young woman tall friends army under the guise of a grand: Influx
blue eyed and dark haired to ask old Mulviblll who: : pocket I graveyard In DownpatrteK lies
';'., n and graceful I promised tourists and visitors to n great national Is plain; but we are Americans although
.
., into tbe roadway out of the be to find out even by for: "Oh do; do me the favor! he cried
,: darted would Bur<\ fair and series of fetes, which 1 be not born In America and although -
r' mass of police penned sidewalk entuuBlasts. normal method of Inquiring, !If be did would also organize. Arms would 1 b9. merrily, and then as If suddenly seized -we were not elected Americana

;; Facing the oncoming band and not already know. As I bad often told landed from France with an Important Idea, he gravel; Ve( are adopted Americana, with al

,:: ,. horsemen, she raised her hand with a my wife something/ about bin allege "McGowan" be said, with a sneer, said: the rights/ of Americans just aa adopt.

{ ; gesture as imperious as graceful powers, this caused ber to say "would wring horne'nile from England "No, no old man,; let me have it"I ed children have full family rights.

"Stop!" she cried. The bond leader "Well. I'm no more superstition by parliamentary obstruction, Jbaclce gave it to him wondering. Now, we'll adopt General Washington
I the walling dirge of freedom than but they used to say In our On St. Patrick's eve Mr. O'llnia and
r signaled, you, by an Irish made bi t neighborhood that one woman In the his bride< to be were our guests nt tea.I "
made In England. ton'of him at the same time.
: If' Ellen Morris In e\'cry rend the faces of both eagerly when
family of this had neIther did.
what they
lie talked ns If the enemy And that la exactly ;
? fr f fi generation must be a bride of the dead! nor spies. they came In for a sign that they bud The Society of Friendly, Sons of b'I

I 1 never got: It clearly Into my head< eyes Ireland! heard tbe dreadful news which I Will Patrick organized at Burns' St'l
was
i ,; I, 'what they meant, but ber mother, i R Poor withholding from ay: wife lest the very tDstrisy"
1771. The ,
in
e e e era, Philadelphia,
the
J Ellen should attract her to
beautiful woman, died when wn horror of it its mem-
social. Among
t Ii' born, and they used to speak of her a8 I stood unseen In the grand parliament place of the contest next day. She was ben vas purely during and after tbe Revolution- "' ?r

.. having been taken awny in some super hall of Tara where gold studded lii delicate health\ and I feared that the besides Washington were

natural way. But tell me now don'ttou shields hung high on the walls above scene there arranged fop might kill her try period Robert

C ; think Miss Morris Is much handsomer the: assembled chiefs, bards and lawgivers Old MulvIhill bad told me about It nnny earnest patriots, notably e
General!
I If Iw Knox
etl 1 bear iorrln. General Henry
,
noble king
_ t \;' than ;your own little Nellie? and their The whole town was talking oft yet; Wayne and .Captain John

_ '. Every husband and every wife, too, he: harps of the seven chief musician,tb no .one, seemed: to _have told,si.ell two Anthony tarry, the--first commander of the
In esteem. out the royal welcome to mentioned MoGowin
'4 c f., f .nows my auswer. I grew ring Wllara jocularly ''I
shamrock! im erica ii Davy.'Vasblngton I
'J Mulviblll found Silas Morris for us priestly ratrtok. I snw the and the queenly one merrily held the first honorary -

he was keeping house for her father symbol upraised In his hand. up a reproving finger It was certain.' was and General W. .T. PATBICK'S GRAVE
and member of the society,
1'I a few blocks away. He bad come tciinerlca Swiftly passed his discourse, that they had not beard tbe news. had the distinction of beIng covered with a memorial stone, a
t before, bringing ting and chief and bard smiled proudly; O'llara lingered to whisper: T. Sherman 'of
a few years On going of the honor at' rough weather beaten bowlder
:: : with him plenty. of money and his one as he told of the coming grandeur from of "McGowan is sick. lie won't.be there tile time the last 6f his recipient death. The election of I granite, weighing about seven. tons\
forth
:hlld.'She's! Erin, of her teachers going tomorrow; But be has bad his plan to honorary mem- from Uie.mauntaln side of 811 eve-nv

_ I Ir in love with O'Hara.'but her numerous schools to spread that civllzatlon all on paper for a week past and to theodore recently Roosevelt gives him a unique Largle. where It rested at a height 'of
mold In the golden ecslilp, ,
wherein the I win anyhow.
father doesn't like him confided my llulvthlll's hands. the surface pf?
.
CAIXS von THB PLAN TEAT vmritKH : as the second president who COO feet Upon upper
ntEN In and position
alone city
I after tbe queenly Ellen girdle walks safely Good nl bt." faith
Irish
IBEXAND. rife to me the bonor The society this bowlder Is cut an cross,

,!I stopped and the command of "Halt!' Morris had visited her one day glen; by night or dread day. and Quickly desolation I'tllIedhe Wily didn't I tell him? Did. fate for- presented as accepted its distinguished adopted son, fully reproduced from one cut on an .

tbe whole line. The> "That means that McGowan will haven to a day of bid? wltb a gold medal.WA8HrNO'1'Olf equally rough, unhewn stone found off
along Washington
t thundered low Gorge
\ to murmur e
seemed e
ol .
and the harps e f
with tbe presidency
forward tint i be content the Island of Inlsclotbran. one of the ,
marshal galloped
grand It laughed I. in peculiar strain the sadness. shame I was standing In R I
frees
figure ot eland when be a Next morning Islands of Lough Bee where St Dla,
horse, a picturesque
bis fiery to wbere Bbe stood. ") o; she'd marry him. You don't and fury of an outraged, helpless pco dense crowd at the Main street cornet. mid founded his famous ecclesiastical '
green and gold, She'd keep ber word, rile! Fiercely the chiefs leaped to their :, greatly excited crowd. Soon
another good looking know her spunk. It was a I settlement!' about the middle of the ,
I't As he did so sidewalk and took though she's growing to hate the sigh eet and swore by Ban, the sun god, I saw her noble and beautiful, sitting sixth century. Under the cross the .

young man left tbe It could never be; that they would rIse with her father. I saw e f.1 ,:
(I' tbe I ot him. In a carriage name "Patric" Is cut In Irish characters r.;; ;
her gently by Ellen.arm.What's tbe matter "We must Invite O'llnra to dinner," from the dead'and fight to forfend 11C the evil eyed Mulvihlll hovering near 1 copied from the earliest known '

"Come" back,In chiding wonder. said I, "and her majesty also. I'm enough live manhood were not leftn Vainly my eyes searched for O'llara. Celtic manuscripts. This simple treat :. ;';

"Let? be her cried arm go. McGowan! cried curious to know what steps lie's taking Erin to do It. The king raised his Mulvihill approached me just as I 1 t ment ia considered to be the nearest approach 1\\:;,:: '' ,\

q marshal angrily jumping 10 tbe direction of winning glory andtbe scepter to bid the priest cease. bad noticed with a great thumping of to the form of monument whlcb'I\ 7I! "

Li JJ the grand and ,sweeping loose thother's < bride" "Noble king. said the old titan and tbe heart, a funeral bait half a block i would have been constructed about the !;;:-t
__ I I from his hold horse of her. "Wbnt Is It Ellen, I came to know that be was a thrift tbe words burned themselves( Into my of away. Down Main street sounded year Odd, the supposed date of Skt Patrlck's ,,"., \

dear?" be asked ber gently. young> man who kept a downtown grocery rain, "I prophesy a further womanhood day faintly the first notes of the paraders'Iband I death. ,
when the
tremblingnow Btoie. lIe was born ,In America glory, the day .
cried abe, 6t
It's just this, : will make itself tbe wedlock in this !" said l' .Y
and with I III. rival had the seeming advantage ot Ujln "I have It here paper "
In ber :waning passion the townland wltbtbe leased prize of patriotism. In that Mulvihlll, showing an envelope. "IIwas ,
ot being from same bid '
her fine ,
.4 the tears starting from eyes'l Morrises in Ireland. The latter day the oppressor will be strongest of poor McGonan's last wish, and 1 Erin Redivivus ,

"that I and plenty more like me street railroad rations the waters, but for that It attending meetings
better to led the humble post of a upon must do It was
l to seeing 'Irishmen having no conductor. CRuse the weakest of the nations beneath and making speeches that killed him."' G By Kate M. O'Brion 4fr
than that she's a country a
d ray for Ireland It In musicor Ve( had the dinner one Sunday close the waters. Irish genius will To the proud, triumphant notes ol '{

distressed. Crying over do. If the to Christmas. My wife and 1 found Recover the engine of war that fights. : "0'Doonell Aboo," telling of glorious [Copyright, 190J, by. -V. ...
won't "'"
any other way fund tbe It will be Within the I of the Bann swung L. VaiL]
was In Hnra n very fine fellow, full of beneath sea. deeds ou the banks
hope of freeing our country good nature and pretty well versed powl'r and command of the weakest of Into view the gay plumes of green, the I Mp + U night of our sorrow I
your hearts, 'twould sound from your blaeyea be more than launch- all the splendor of BT OSVUHCNDDT 11, We think of the day
it will no and
St Patrick's day, of all days In affairs But, oh, bow hungrily peoples; prancing steeds ENTERTAINED S y When sunshine and gladness
bands on of EIIl'n will ball ns con-. Moran was grand : SONS OF' ST. PAtKICK.:
something! And devoured the regal beauty ed when tbe oppressor the parade. John made llg-htaoma four
Do
i Stop crying men. that Morris, and how be gloried In thetlliaacy ueior the victim of 700 years of tyranny marshal As be reached the corner the In a letter accepting tbe medal Wash- way .
let your music tell tbe world you of will give, forward as If friendly Sons a compliment I Whan the aalnta and the
of her wit, which was aO'HARA and the rancor aires funeral procession came Ington paid the ot Erin
mean to do Itl"Tbe bounds and place to brotherhood beneath the kindly to meet bis. He gave the signal to which has been treasured In tile' sages Isle Oren.

Ill crowd, breaking kingless rule of a whole people, to be bait memories of tbe society. Said be: Shed the light of their
most of I
swirling around, bad beard :! +s linked In time with another such broth-. I saw Miss Ellen Morris arise alight, "I accept with singular pleasure the faith on the savage
and approvedmightily
and vas \
.z this Impassioned speech and waving of bood beyond the sea" ghastly white, and go to tbe opened ensign of so worthy a fraternity as that *

with cheering grand marshal The cheers of the assemblage awoke door xif the hearse. I saw Patrick of tbe Sons ot Bt Patrick In this city, ( the shrine of our freedom -

hate and flags. Tbe young lIe shook I me. I was fully awake at once nnd' O'Hara approach and stand beside her a society distinguished for tbe firm adherence a..1r7< a' Has low In decay:

looked very sheepish. I mderlng over the strange dream or with hU handkerchief to Ills eyes. of Ita members to the glorious "',tt' Our hope., though atlll
MrQovton roughly by the shoulder."I buoyant, have oft etc .
Michael McGow vision. It clearly related to the subarlne Then she turned to the people, and, cause In which we are embarked. dUmay,
Mr.
want you. from this / bont to which ns a possibleeuus .loaning a. hand to support her ou tbe On Jan 1, 1782. soon after this Incident And In Tara's lone hall.where ,

an. sold be. "to keep"away + of Irish liberation I had never edge of tbe coffin, she said faintly"I ; : of the medal presentation Wash- our kings once

young lady altogether.understand Mr. Fat given a thought. Why bad t the Idea. had a vision. I saw St Patrick Ington was entertained at a dinner given Moaningwlnda held state. ,

"I want you to Ellen Morris come In Bleep! ? Why; to me? himself.-- lie told me 'how Ireland by the society in Philadelphia. Tb., tenandnaa aweepthroush

O'llara. that while Miss welcome to "That man 1 will have, no mutter might be freed-by a boat" most distinguished generals of the allied ; halla of the great

Is engaged to no one you're ber. who be may be!" That was the" sense Old Mulvihlll crept up and, whisper armies of America and Frn..ncewere .
win
pay attentions to ber, but I'll said with her burning\ eyes letter Into he also the foreign mlulg d our harp now \Is mute
Ellen." of what sbo !Ing a word, put an open present; save to grieving' low
Come, (
of the fixed on me.Misfortune. blln ters then at the American capital. ton. t'
approval
murmured I
Tbe crowd '
declaration of McGowan. I was to come of It. Said < .v It was not the letter be had sbowi t4 All alone and unheededour

more manly old Mulvihlll. God help met It was my plant O'Hara wltla Patrick's Account of Himself poets may moan.
O'Hara, goaded to ferocity, advanced to me. St. For ruin ha. .wept over
upon' him -t- the; fair cause of tbe'' IiAtTOHKD y LOUD AND LONG. riot bless my own Nellie, bow I .look of terror and agony onlils foe' It is not known to many that the< dear InnUhall ,

awkward situation stepped back "DllEAM AOALSI1' RAID 11.& straight a path her woman's wit point snatched the paper from her but not first autobiography written In the Brit. Since the Saxon has

a tnvun them and. with a band of be-I match for her physical charms! Hal; eel out to me when I told her at breakfast before she had glanced at the picture t'<. tab Islands\ from the pen of St Patrick ''\."' the lived GaeL In the balls of n

straint against each man's shoulder jocularly. I asked him whether hi. about the vision. Clapping her on It. Her father, lIIuttennll'Vba" bli It Is called his "Confession," and wy

and wltb cheeks aflame, cried: formed. hands In Joy, she said! I all this; what's all this? elbowed from It la gleaned most of the authentic $: gem of the ocean, Ut
project were and tell Mr.: her face there was a caitiffs/
Amy
"Go straight down town to her. Upon world
which the -
"I n presence of all here 1 pledge my'self I Interrupted Miss Morris way information posesses
"No. no, Their
sh language and land
be of. terrible to see as
that O'llaia. It's a plan to proud look of horror saint. It Is tc
the
bride of the man concerning
tbe
be who ,
to of It In pre. enslaved with
"Ha must not speak my; win toward bet to 11;;
brings me on this spot next St Patrlt'k' not until the appointed time. I I "Twill win the bride, and It may slowly stretched ber arms be found In volume C3> of the "patrolo- die,
ence.
that'll free Ire more." albert; kissed him and sbrlekml: of tbe Fathers," edited But uncrushed by op.
4ay the plan want him to perfect It, and I want him dente! gla; or Words
I saw my friend O'Hara at noon that *I am the bride of tbe 1847 the Abbe Mlgne ot Paris. preialon unfetteredby
land.: 1 to have no advantage over any and al collln throng In by ehalns.We .
There was a deep silence. Tbe eyes others." day, told, him of the vision and added She fell against the : This document la In Latin. The construction fling back defiance.

aI of McGowan and O'Hara shot eacb "All others? I understood there wai man suggestions; which, bad occurredto the open door of the hearse.No. They li poor and the recital lacks "F"r} our country remains'11 I
conditions as to bow the submarine It was but a swoon. and fin 'S 1.
other fierce acceptance of the me all morning thought: connection sequence
a I ventured. proper
but one other flat
could be best utilized.I Mulvihlll defied the upraised ( ol tt the wrongs of our race
woman, scheme admit In it the IIterarrbegiDner' ;
Tbe fiery young Patrick
Imposed. "No," she sold; "what 1 pledged was I'll ish. !7 our unheeded
with Me written tbe plan out so that he furious O'Hara. "If you do critics, but dl.. '' com
moving back In tbe throng that I would be tbe bride of hIm who bad tbe IUn! tile fear of tbe f plaint.
and It, Illustrating It with e toll that ffou paid me to do was acknowledging' that boIs L- V shall '
i Jo\van, raised ber hand once more bring me the right plan, whoever he might study arms them by ( never forget
thousand of a submarine boat. he scre med. whole narration Is dear old Island ofSaints
began to sing. Instantly a be," rough sketch threat unlearned. Tbe r .,R
may without mil- ,
; voices were ringing forth that good oldBong "And why; ," asked I, "did you form "Boats could be built In France, I Tbe parade moved on back. These a testimony to a series of special providences Till thy 80\1.\ rendered sacred by. saint end '

of tbe bope of Erin: I thla strange resolve?" wrote, "as at Intended present for the lie. Tbe funeral turned saving/ the writer from hard- by bard, t
government. could be were burled together Call .f..dom exult and I" fetters dl.. xoerd.
French Iro and dangers
treat suda
"And will Ireland then be "It wile not a ruolIt was a They fro.ltSay ships '
4 Bays the Shan"' Van Vocht; sit> Impulse which I could not control" frppnred for operation channel And. will Ireland Van hen Vooht.be II. does not tell the date'or the coua- .

Will Ireland! then be freer I 1 remembered old MolrlUUT words i firmly believe thai by the posaeules the abeD -- --- --- -- -

q 1 l Buys tbe Shan Van VochtJ '1



.


v .. ...::, t .' I>:' '." ,., ,
,.
0" ii" !,I; : ;
1 ; '
.
.. +t ,.. .," >:tRt.'i.J': I ., .. .
., ." ''''''''i '.. '
"'''>h.
,
: ) ; \" :: ," ,,"' ', ... ,
--- ..,,, :
,e. x '. .
I. '
:

,, : ; ; : '

'"r 1P4a $ od,. "f' '. .,. ,! .. ; '::7 <; ,.., i .

",.. .. ; "



THE "rRQPIUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARC 14, 1902. 9
H__ ,' r. 'Ifto .
'- '

{ I : AWFUU DEATH. d,1, ,R\! R ,Ji,I' )'\ ,.tt\r; "1'ty'! .I-J, Nr,,'t.,,"\',:1 1h If'EXHUMED' ,. '<'BODY,Yi ii.tl'h; SHOWS" ; : q CRIME, : : -ARMED: ',MENGO< ; I TO THC NINES I i iY STRANGE SCENE IS


: .gn\e.\ te Ala.In s..ttni.. .., :/ ages SeeksRevenge.GarnIsheed| Columbus. : v'' Mai' n r 1 Kvldanoes M4n Go WaS to :Show Murdered.That. Macon. Outbreak Feared' >glhlsu In Coal. "PleldeoVlt ,,. ,;, I' ( t'NlQ n : At. ALTAR
l << / ;( 01'
r ( ; R | 'Match 1iTA
Tenn partyi
,.. ,M.uich; 10.-Mlk' <. olumbus Oa., March 11.-A *ensottonab Macon .Ca., March lO--4-The( body; of Bristol, ,
; : With.'an* a: tul deatl cutting affray occurred! A lIn the {pikn ;rwho was {ou$d| dead a: tov 'men1 armed 'with! '.. WlncHestorrt, lief ft

local l plant of, h<". Twelfth street, neav Broad rt alefda; ,days ago Sn the iwamptbel4'Y tha1 city Bristol' yesterday;;' after ndort'"' fov" *b.e Man Sued by Jilted Girl, as
,
to. "'coal 'fielda, '>whefaa
Foundry company afternoon. Ben Autrey, a, younspwhlt and Was burled Clay cemetery, In southwest Virginia
: : : : ,..was( !\..'mptoyed\ .as en' man, walked Up to Dave Qreeutree 'i. East Macon, without Identification, atter outbreak Is feared1!'' ori ac6ount< Df I He Weds Bride. ,
"
engine In the< prominent! Jewish' merchant, and sell.. I the, coroni r'. Inquest;, wall .dlsin the demand* 'of'nhlbn'labor agltatoriTh ,
$ of the torapanj ing1 him'with'one hand plunged a shari .tarred yesterday and! carried to, Undertaker prospects! 'foi a "general1" strlk! CEF MONY IS' INTERRUPTED

; ( (\ .;w.er,..to ofl a 'line 6 knife Into bis., throat with the \bther. : Hart's under the idea that If have blteu'on the Increase' fbi ten" day-.' "
(" | very'iday' Awhile oil The ,lunge.. a 'pa-werfyr.ftne, and might be the remains; of Mike Coffey, The mine, ;,operators0 have", been curtail Worda
"" :: i \ i ; {. atur4ay\ hill ',clotft< the, knIfe went,through,the. lover' poi:' the well known plumber. When Dan tag orders .tor commissary' : suppJlealon' .. A* Preacher
screw in some man. tlon J ; of Mr.,Oreel\tee'left! ear and. cut Coffey viewed the Body: this mornlnihe ,,account of the situation. .,.\v.tllc" Made. Them.. Mart. 1, and Wife. ,
"
: < ,in with the rapid! .' a I or;'. c: e..H9alr, !Il.t- j\e\ 15.a.nd. felt convinced' \!.that" .li,tt'; was." .''that.* ,o.nli Mine.officials! :believe' the, presence1' bf. I .Lawyer's! Clerk Qervea Breach of

; : !t.' ) t. throa.t..lb.e.end,..of..the gash. llnS! ; -- brother Mike.1"* armed men.may'prevent: an. outbreak.CA 'Prbmlia Suit for $30,000' >
head was knocked chin. Autrey made bu TneTiody was so 1 badly decomposec d' ,
well under the ; ,' .
\ ) 1 a bilck wall neal one. fetatt"'and' them fled. He was al.. and the, flesh of the. face having' com* T e.RE:. r ;W9RK3; New, York, March 11..-... Franklin... Mar.
\ : ) eC ttered. One of t'e1Ward: captured' ,in PheniK-Clty. He .:off, positive Idntlllca..tlOI.a.. .linposslble : ;" ceilus -OI i<3s and" Miss Agaes" Aprils
,1 l ; off and one am had a1 pistol cbnceajed1\on hla person.ij- ;I..but Dan. Coffey 1 ldentU\ed( the .L. A..,N., .Will; t8pend bver:, $500,000 pPensacoU. t stood la front of a flower-decked cal'ir
.
: / his elbow while >ihls.. : ,M\(\'. Greentree: \vent.to a.,<]rug,store J pants and.. shirt! 'thaiwere; on thi 1 Fla. under a bower of palms in Lyrls! hall.
/\ : \ to his body by onlj' :where be received! J surgical attentoi;( ) corpse. 'like those which,' ho ,knew Pensacola Fla:,, "March' 1,6., -'-TI"e As Rev. Charles,Cutbbert Hall ot the
:; skln. serJo\tll.\ hw attend his brother po sellsed. The same,wai Louisville :and JNasbvlllo road wilefect 11 -
y. ;, While kla wound is Union Theological seminary, was! pronoiincjng
{ : ': 'f atith* time; of i Jng;.,j>Ur[slclatl. ,gay s.It.w.ll| not. ,be! .fa,; true about the shoes] here; .at: a: cost b'f bVer1' $500,000:1't> U-ll: ;nmenso ; 'tbo word ..to. ,join them la'wedlock
; : ; ( rs soo.i' "as":"dlacov c tal. Had the knife gone a quarter 01 County Physician rsllant made ai i car J bUlldina' ;' wbl-fts1 tha* M\ auked: .f, > ('' i;

/ : was stopped and :hli' arr inch- farther. If: If said, it would examination: .of .the-corpus and.dlscov: i give employment; to severar, 'Uundrfi, '. "Does any.' mail Itnow' cause A why
; ".the ground. Kvetj have killed I'lm. The gash was Quit ered an inch crack In the skull, which .'kll
: .was"' broken and :hU ..1 5 bad. :one* the flesh peing: Jald bar.. was caused by some, kind: 'of a blow. :' ': ,have,bought e?:afl,'' oil the'lanasl\ :!\ betwoen i :J'\\ dot" shouted. .young' man 1n the
\ torn{ from hlm tot some distance.Autreyvhad The supposition,.therefore la that th< ,t \JrelJent.'shopd'\. tod'' pay 61 crowd, 'i

\ (} "it ; b9 n ,Qwlng J/lr./ Green deceased was murdered, but by whom' rex r. (.upon' ,; which),' the! '.f! ':I.t' :.to., l e ''Eveij: : ; one turned to look at this un'welcome -,
AMBUSHED tree/an! : nearly ''1 'iImYllter 'f '. '!! ',' :', eatabllsbed." ? ,; : forward
f. r! !: acco ln.4o't'.ts.2o..t, Or .1| guest, -who. "walked
., .1 t ? : : \ years.-Mrs''.Qreantfeej garnlaheed- .\.. i. ,, ,,:: :, li" .'. ; ,! ji 'J .., untlt'he reached the"brld grootf1'j aide
... ... : : : M.on.hln..to-J.II l| .1a wages at Swift's factory: : where he wai DEATH OF MARTIN DOOLJ \'. Burned' toTampa. :: \:) 'atli.' and said1,''in a clear l .tone: ..
) Wounded. | employed, a da Q"go'f"lI( i tb .. J 'j : .:,Fla...,-M arch ii/f-7rM/ '11'1101.' '"Thlliman.1was: 'engaged''to anbther
: If.f-'f'Bc -' \ & Was f06.1hF'rty-elght Years Conn,cte< community sliqcked ::rl1 r 'dll3 ,' '
March : Is what brought on the tro ble. .... .was young'lady and'he has railed' ttftkeephla
: ( mat1n"ha"* rtiar/ With State Road. .:whent: ,learned' that\ W.'lTThornton; ''promise 16''mar!,,'her.: She' Ij aoW
Itlf6 Daj>. MAN WITH HORNS AND TUSKS: 1 : Atlanta;Mar l ..',,11 AMarUn H. Doojy an .,aged',!and respee'tedT' (!. citizen\ .': ,. jha
Tompkins was am. ."':' who.: was' connected;;.with! ,' the JStati been found' burned: so"that' 'deathj" re : 'Olds* 'face flushed crimson,
} !! ga a point be Greatest Natural Curiosity Ever Seeiasjust road for 38 years and who was ft reel .: suited, In,,a,few' hoursMr./\ ':] Thorntoi' 'whllu' Miss :Aprlle' looked:' astounded
FJorencf'. J: 1 ; ; In .a"orgla. J \ 'dent,of. rAtlatta when this place, ;wai ,, ;waa. preparing Ho? build' ,&. new..hpm< and 'seemed' ready 'to collapse. ",*
; \ : arrested an--alleged <: Oa: "Mal-ch i..!...Dr:1'WaycroaB '1."'R.QedaePf.Jht" known as Martha v1l1e,' died this mornIng for, himself,and "wfe..on. 'a }10\;receutl IJI; 1 The 'Intruder was a'lawyer's clerk

: was escorting hl jo" : .p.\a\ ..., jr.?celvei: ,,at. ,3 go ,.o'clock, at bJa,residence:! ; purchased.! ,It is supposed! ;.'that; jhe| se* sent't6 serVe 'a: summons" in" a suit for
/ ": ; rtere.>, (l' ou: from Central America one-of the great 131 Mangum street. fire tq, some, trasji,,"l1nc1.QlnlfJpi: ths f 50,000 damages for breach of 'promise,
I \ : : !: $ ,91p.( -DQtlo): :bt!tM '6sr Tiafuf al'"UUrlosItler! vtr'lfoen':1n: Ills ;, \ | upon, the deputy! reo these parts and the presence of the ure, superinduced by grip, with which pf him and In ,hit efforts! ,to savi I' Mr. 'Olda glanced over' the
] > d>'a.1nDrtal wound. freaW iff'*Ulf.tlJ"rr\'hAs'rcreatlili ', rld 8'- ha had .bean suffering'.fotf about three his tools he ,was'overcome, with tbjheat .. summdn* the:'clerk left the 'building.
< from the dlrectloi( sprad interest.This. weeks. and, fell, exhausted 4nto :th6 (|flre, The minister1 remained silent 'until Mr.

< t; ( d, ';p Q1e ambusb. I, developed-' horns\\ similar In-'appearanci' ,Mlndar "Leaves' ;Pen, Building Up Like'' Magic; and, In a: low' tone told him that he

? the part to the horns ot a goat..gr9wlngout; of ,Macon, '..Ga's iMarh<: ').i-'rransfer) I Jacksonville Fla': ''M rth' 'llMt Is could''proceed' as there was. no, valid
.,|1 ; : l !tit!! captured maa til the top of his'bend',;and! Burning", slightly Guard Pearson,. of the state p'enltentiary 'not. only' that hlllldlnss. In" all section, objection1.Dr". \
\ ; i t that officer I valiant back, with\ about" the'8amB angli ; :arrlyed In Maconl yesterda;,. of the city1, and especially'1' inl! the Hall continued the I ceremony to

; \ >anl > ,,1 :;. and curve -09 goat's' ,horns. He alsi morning for.the'.purpb8e"ol5 taking; Isa burned dIstrict' ,;are 'springing'up'Ilk'magic ;;'1 the' end. "
):/ : ., a'Albert Love j ac.t has two prominent,:tusks' protruding dore Minder from the .BlbU Jalto- the< hut'tbat tl-ef'lI.re"' being con' The groom explained matters'sat'
\; 1 :! with'violating the from his mouth, extending probably: Chattahoochea brlek yard camp' to pleted wltu: wondertur rapidity; l'rhe'< I factorlly'" to.'big 'bride,' -who' Is the

\ n > n \ Inches from his gums. They grow ou.t commence his life sentence in tlie penl feature last week: in "building-1 operctlons 'daughter'of'' a wealthy 1t llan." '
: :1 'I i 4' in tha! place of eye teeth. tentlary; for the murder,.of Mahoney was' that the" 1,800 mark had Mr'Old l.who'hi' about' 60 ;years old,
BETRAYER, -- Ths,, ian're em bles' the orth '.mer. Minder, appeared Jn veryloodhumor:; e lLnl\ched.the records,at-tb offlcof. is a Newark lawyer and 'is reputed to
; ; lean Indian:,In'appearancaj Very much wnen he. left the Jalt w th tGuard Peal;. : Building -COininJ Bloner Prlolea be 'Wealtb)'. He' is 'retired from active
By,Joe King al being probably' a shade darker in! col. son to take,'Ibe Southern. train;'for thiChattahoochee I. showing that,at'theclosa ot''hiisines:\ practice. The plaintiff, who claims to
o Ala. : ', or. His father.Is said to be an ,Amerl camp. He expressed l night'permitsfor 1,81,2 build: be the niece of Baron de Neuvllle,
::'March"10.:=-Dr. Le | can negro and hl.. mother-an.: IndIan his-. thanks to> Jailer Stephan:for the-.. ings Saturday' had been'1ssued at.the office, sine claims ,to have been engaged to Olds.

[ Ala, this of the Black- Hawk tribe. Ha has-long, kindness shown him while In Jail..! May, Of this, number, _168 :are br.lck and 'that the' match was broken oft
:;; !!) ; Saturday\ evening Jet. bUck, hair a piercing eye. but ': and, Ml, ,frame,, b' ctures; .., without warning while she' waa In Europe
\ Vvaa rather 6 feet Blows Hla Head)Off. x
( accompanied seem\ atupld. ;116,1s;, with her. aunt.
: King"or Fauns |al high, (weighs ISO pound!.atid. Is :sale, :Orawfordvllle, Ga,j :March' 10.-Jullan Northerners'Still l( Flock' to Florida.St. {
.
( ,. to,'be--33.years-old. In..,every feapecl Oglltree, .a ;young man_ llvlns Augustine Fla.,,Ma fcl1'12-Ther.. /"NO SABBATH, IN BO YEARS."
i ) J \ Dr. Barren had be- except the deformities mentioned lie about three miles southwest of I thli are. Indications of this season "being an
'.. l : i of the King brothers seems to be a perfect spetlmeit I" place killed himself a few nlghta'allO unprecedented one in the' history o N York" Minister Makes Some Sen
.1." ",y of mavriagesThey < > '-1- by 'discharging Into his neck "a gut a'wlnter're' aatlonal Statement*,
., I : the::"Florida :east poast as
..\ : ; : : r "to-: make.lilni mat; DEATH ENDS. HONEYMOON. heavily loaded with shot. Hla head sort. One-third of March has jjaesed; New" York, March 10.-In discussing ,I
,
,
: *, : was' almost sevenad from his I body yet tourists are.'stlU 'cpming,front the "America's Religious Crisis l ," Rev. Dr. ../.
i l ) ;! tJ|) r.b8t would matt I Georgia Man, Married but a Wek., 8ulcldos There Is no known cause of the, sulpIda. north in large numbers' and continuing George C. Lorlmer, pastor of the Madi .
; not Dr.. Barren said : In ,Baltimore'Thomasville :save from :tha, fact) that his mind through,' to'' th.3. Ib1eieast"toaat! TO.,IKon' 'Avenue! Baptist church.'said; :

..,..,., \ ;: Joe King then pull- 00... March 8.";" Tha had been 'impaired for some length ol sorts. Ai the depot of tha: Florida( ,;East r "Religions,especially evangelical re
shot Dr. Barron, people, of this clty')were, greatly shockd time and he had on several previous :Coast railway |.t,1s observed ''that'southbound ligion. Is today of very low validity.:
suit.'S( instantly. yesterday afternoon t ...hear,6f thlt 'occasions( made unsuccessful attempt- ,"travel continues'''muchs heavlei r I. The attendance at church service Us
; / ( the city marshal of suicide of Rudolph Hastings Crovatt, to take his own life. than'northbound';and there"'Is''no Indl shamefully small. We are attacked by
: brothers high" Mr. : I secular 'writers. ''The ''tell us that the
.... : are which occurred in Baltimore .. cation of a decided northwarM mov )
'''J of this count Crovatt'married'a Misi Stiles here two Strike\ 'Threatened In 'AUg et.. for some time to come. ministry is deteriorating that the
l on both sides, i years-ago; .but the" marriage proved Augusta, Ga..' March 10-.-There, I iimuch. I: ': J churches have lost their Influence to
] : ; 'gave 'themselves. up i unhappy and separation soon followed. Interest In the possibility of, I Miss Roosevelt Sails/ for Cuba. the 'schools, and that education alone
the shooting. Since that time Mr. Crovatt has traveled. strike In the mills on March 17. The Tampa Fla., March 12.-Miss Alice can encompass all the activities of
,- ". ; 11 I. : His' wife Is In Balnbrldge. Report textile workers have made demand' Roosevelt 'and' Senator Thomas C, life. They say that the churches spend
)' : QROOM.i. has It that he married again'In Upon the King mill for 'a 10 ner (cent 'Platt were passengers, yesterday mornIng : more for' the superfluities of life thin
.. ...... Baltimore a few days ago, and when' Increase In wages In certain "idepartntents. ,. on' the Peninsular and Occidental for the gospel, and point with scorn at
., ", Marriage. Elopes next heard from his suicide was re : if not all over, the mill.! and line 'steamship Mascotte for' Havana the Ice cream suppers and other cheap,

, f do. ;,: ; : Man, : ported. : have' fixed March 17 as'the date on Senator Platt accompanied by.a party I enlng methods of obtaining money to
iC* .. : C., MarcH 10.-This Mr. Crovatt was ,about .28,years old I watch they will expect a response. of ladles and gentlemen, arrived yesterday support'the gospel They condemn us
In the marriage : and of a good family. For eeyeral Rumor has It that if the request is not ; ,on the; private par Idler. :Miss for ''sending missionaries abroad' when
'; : ble and Mr. Haze- 'I years he worked with the Plant sys- compiled with the operatives Intend Roosevelt arrived early on a Pullman our people are' spiritually !Starving at

:<4< ) Tiers from RoanoUe, tem here, He Is a son of J. O. Crovatt, to'walk out. sleeper. on ,the Plant system 'regular 'I home: But however true' these accusations
:' ; an engineer on the Plant system, and train. She did not leave ,the /sleeper may be'in part they ara overdrawn
: and trousseau pre- one of its' oldest employes. He IS a Old'Man Slain In Quarrel until Just before the steamer s// led. A They must be taken with an
'y '? I ) l-rl go 'of Mlsa' .Mara-- highly 'respected citizen of ''Thomasville. Clayton Ga.,. March 11.-In! a diffl- crowd gathered, at' the! pier 0 to get,,' alIow nce. "Yet a thoughtful man will

\ -. -. this week. Besides his father, Mr. Crovatteaves .. culty on Saturday between' Calvin F. : glimpse of the president's daughter. not. Ignore' them. He must adroit that
a'sister!and brother1.*. York and Charles Ramey, the latter there la a crisis In American religious

t : : : Dies. sustained fatal Injuries from which he I Taking Jacksonville Census.Jacksonville. life. i ,\ !
11.-James B. Oxford Boy Still Missing. died. Ramey was 83 years oil and : '' Fla.,, March, 11.-In accordance ",All has been said, we live for
'
known carriage Oxford, Oa.,1 March J2.-Clyde Giles York Is about 45.'. No on.*., witnessed I with an ordinance passed by money by ,day and pleasure oy ,ulgt.t.I .
at his home here in. Is still missing and no trace of him the altercation except York'a wife.. The the city council last October ,an Industrial : have no fear in saying that at t )J'e
,\ ? ,': Mr., } Brewster can be found. He is the 14.yearoldson trouble originated concerning the dispossession I census of the city is to be taken present rate at which we am llvlns la

a Haven; June 8, 1817. of ..Jphnj QllesV 4one. of<<: Newton of Ramey aa tenant ot r and ,five policemen have been detailed .i 60 years ,we will, have,no Sabbath."
r generation In, county's tiest: farmers who "Vesldes York': York Is confined in Jail, on the to collect the statl tlca. ,They
Elder William several miles from Oxford. On Jan. charge of murder. I I have started on their lounda and will I SHOT BY UNKNOWN MEN.

Mayflower. His fa- 22,, between, midnight and day!, he I visit every hou e. Though the chief woma'n ,
>> : was the first of made his disappearance'and! has'. not .Accidentally: Shot With Parlor; Rifle.Covlngton. end in ;view Is to obtain statistics"alto One Killed, Another Fatally-
in the carriage been> seen or' heard of since.' Ga., March id.-Saturday industrial enterprises: the canvassers Injured ,Near Camden, N. j.
afternoon Dan McCalla, the year-old I will also compile figures as to the )JJamden. N. J., March 11. --Mrlt. LafaOruas

\ ( : Editor.P.rrytfoP! Legislature* son ot Mr.,and Mrs. J. L. McCalla, accidentally i f population, and in this way the .census and Mrs. Frank Gowle. ot,West-
: Bars to .Jailer. Canton Ga.', March' 10.":" Ben F. Perry shot himself through his I will, be. ot .great, Interest when it Ie. mont, 4 miles south of here were shot
10.-Ben Age. a editor of the Cherokee Advance, arm with a parlor rifle. He had been' completed especially 'aa showing the at 9 o'clock ttes morning on the outskirts

port Jail with re- hall finally decided to yield to the soIcltatlons out bunting and bad returned' home I condition of the.city; since the fire. ,of the town by two unknown
devoted eight of his friends and make the and struck* the hammer of the' rifle men, who made ,their escape.Mrs. .
cutting,with\ a ]>ock- race for the legislature from Cherokee against a door causing the cartridge :' Skyscraper' for Jacksonville.' Gruss was instantly \killed and
: & .Inch' steel bar. count Hla frlondji_,feel. assured there to: explode. The wound Is only a Jacksonville, Fla., March 12.-The Mr Gowle was brought 'to Cooper
: ,, crawled through will be no question about'hfs ejection. flesh wound and he will soon .be well recent decision of the DyalUpchurchInvestment / hospital in this city In a critical con

\ Jailer found him again.Plane. I company to have another dition. "Ph'yalclan8, say "her recovery
out. More 8mallpox,In. Wltkes. ,' r story added to, .'magnjflcent' five- ia doubtful. .
for Columbus' New Bridge' story .ttuct pe?;11 \'V.tn; courseof( construction The husband of the murdered d woman
Ga. March 10.-rThree
; .Moody Successor. more Washington ease ,pf, ,smallpox..have., ,.broken Columbus, _Ga., March 10.-At a:'. at Bay; and ?"I.tn-:.streets. Is who has been separated from her
: 10.-Secretary the special bridge commit-.I the leading feature In. "building opera about a week; has been arrested.
meeting.of
out.on the, place pC,Ben Cade. All paroles
his resignation! as had been exposed and haro since tee of council the plans for the new tions to occupy the attention of the Mrs. Gowle. ia the wife 'of Frank
river public; and now that the five-story,limit Gowle who la prominent in Westmont
to the president: >eenclosely ,confined. r.The cases are $140,000>. steel bridge across ,the :
May 1> The portfo- mild. The other two cases are 1mirovlng. lere. as prepared by M. O. Belllngrodt. -,'. has. been passed the' skyscraper and vicinity.
'
fat1 Jacksonville1 IB concerned
stage, as
: to Congressman W. of Savannah were accepted and
sachu e ts, and, he. bids will be Invited at once. It will has been reached; Killed Wife's Paramour.Wellston. .,
: I O., March 11.-Louis
the
before new
Verdict for $300. probably be six months II Safe Robbed at Palatkt*
Wollum this morning while on the
\ decided
It is not I
Swept Away. Macon, 'March, 11..I..aq Motes, 'of bridge 1s completed. Palatka, Fla., :March lO.i-Thlevea way to ,work shot and killed Ward
;' has been" $500 yet whether tohave stone piers or use the"omce of N. J.
Valley" given a Tllghrhan
March 10.-Onlf. a Fort with concrete. entered Meadow whoa ;year ago eloped with
,. in Buncombe- verdict agii. st the (Central I railroad cylinders filled &: Sons at this place and secured f 60 his wife 'and then came home and
t by last wee '1Io because of treatment received by him 82d Birthday.. I In cash from ''the safe, which, was lived with her; He' sent a bullet Into
are swept away it the hands of the depot gatekeeper Celebrate Ga., March 10.-Mr. probably lett unlocked,, aa the combi his brain and then went to his wayward
lere about a year ago. He sued for Carrollton, was uninjured, There is no her
There la great dam- Hamilton Hogan, a wealthy and Influential Illation wife and told to get the
lands and roads 3,000. ,, ., pioneer cltlaen, of the eastern clew to the. burglars. "dirty carcass." He handed the revolver

*. \. I \ ;" / '. 'Loganvllle' l Mill I Sold.Loganvllle. part of this county, a few day ago I Three Killed In Explosion.' to a grandchild and made no effort
: leld family reunion at hi* country Fla. March S.....Tha to escape. Wollum is highly respected.
jli j\ {( J Ga., March 11. It Is statd (- a Fernandina, .
> Wllcox. ; being his eighty-second sawmill this city
authority that the Southern homestead, on boiler of Oakes' ,
N. C., March ItJ;- on good ilrtbday. .fie has lived with hi* wife' exploded yesterday morning" killing .
has
Atlanta
'CompftJ1Of:
tottoouiOll
today found a ,true In the county, Fast Mall Train Wrecked.
onger than any man three negro employe and slightly Injuring
bought out the, stockholders that ..cum.prlle' Neola 111.. March 10.-Tha Chicago,
.
In the first degree
I : 'with'!' one or two exceptions, and Is a Gordon Hall, the manager, 1'beI
., with the Loganvllle Mill company.he Rock Island and. PacIOd fast mall train
I *. charged, well preserved, -vigorous and .active mill and contents were 'destroyed byfire.
\ Cropsey. The pri., : < amount paid for saraej |'a, about justness man yet. No. 2, eastbound, was wrecked 'at the
this afternoon. 1600. Milwaukee; and, St, Paul crossing, wen*

Death of Oldest Resident.lAwrencevHIe.Ga. I. Stills R.lded"ln, Florida. of thl. place. late .last night. Englnct'r
I for Assault. ,' Carter Out for Legislature.Columbus' .,..March*,10,-Mrs. Lamont. March, 12.-The United Sbult;! and :Fireman Gottschallc, who
,' | l : : ., March.10.t-A tele-5 Oa., Marcn It'Robert F7 Mary .A..Orr..the .oldell ltlzen In this State detectives.made raId, down .In went down an, embankment with the
: Little River* coun-i barter] prominent merclantof..EIJerllee Injured but none of the
and
town died last night. She leaves airothei1 the flatwoods a few days ago. aa. a engine, were
giving his name as lsjn.tb.fl race for; .the Jeglalaura' hurt The accident
: Cobb, ot' XJadartown. result there are several gallons' less passengers war
Floyd
: lynched there, at Jroni Harris county; Wi Htut- L caused by> a misunderstanding ofsignals.
and '''-11''. ,Judge* N: Hutctlns.. her ot moonshine and aeven ,stills Destroyed. was ...
not candidate '
night for assault!! *?; treU. pf that county 4 t Is a .,
.
'nix 'Hying.child. t
: : 'wblta. fot ..eleeUOA:'' II ,

.;) ."

.. ,
'
"
.vtf'
':. Udu&wit 'LiL;.., ', .. ,"'. .. '.,' ri,",,."......:..., ,."..".".. 1,1'r'. .1. t,.....
: ,.. ,
I... .. ,fj ,' .',1 '," J, v-..;aJ JvI \ I.\<('', \\.wIIr. ; ,...p'' .6 "
,." .. : Ii ,.J> "' .''I$'' ''''':''' "", ,, I" < .
,!h"" h" ,, ;;. ',>. I" !"' '' .. 'w" ,. .... .,. ,, .' ."J ...."...","! "" ,,, ;. ..II!II; "
'" "
,
\ ,, ,c:'::. d .J

-
.. ....



4di





s<' ''T + t


w sAi
1'1 \ l
\
fOlio
: .
'
i I

I f''i'' M'> ,: 'ion (

V;, Sfeta{: :. 10 I THE TROPrCALJStJN; WEST PALM_ BEACH,, FLORIDA. PS1DAi i pA [ 14,, I&02

__ __ .d .. '+"r
; >
: i" ODD FELLOWS " " ""t"t"'v"" " " " " \ ;;-!..; --------.------.-

*tl'/.l \ ItntlKtte and Development o* the whether you will we* e Lest You Forget I :making: end repairing
I >! yf }l. Order Triple Link Note == a Crown at all, we a: -l! ,
Since 1830 there have been initiatedIn fiST TB O. SEE E SHOES at the I '
BE
In Odd Fellowship 2,440,194, and during :E going to cut the price ;; .a, id' SHOP \
.,,, of the finest Masonic homes
; i 4& 1 thin !country la the one at Springfield. the same period there has I been ex- E of Gold Crowns; in two. =S i Geoulue English Pipe Clay used on White 1 |and Canvas . J
3-14-tf
., O., wlch:; was dedicated In 18t)f. The pearled in the relief of sickness dead $38-and : We want to find out whit kind of Dental work you like best. :fS:: DM Bunk Palm UulkllWent Boner .:u' x448 JOHN; +,-.Il"nn'LA!"ct.eke:""":
the
I (I, building cost 9150,000 and Is 150 feet distress and burial of to == Our crowns are as good as can/ be raade--w9 guarantee, them. f= : ; <
i, I \ and a ono hundred and seventy foot memberhlp } .
I Make:your appointments. __ _. l7
''terrace. There Is memorial hull In
1 a JmJLJLjJUJbJtb. toit
'. the building in which are marble tablets bekahs, of over 1,120,004, expending JDV* ,. r3v1 Ptrospe
\ :. i bearing the names of all ute memo during the current year for relief $3- :::: Olsen liquor. South of Datura,on NiirclHHU"Send ==

,I l < present bers. The number Inmates 145, of as follows the home: Men at, the 730,620' support and and as much maintenance more money of 17,052' \ In 7 IIlIIIIIIINNIIIIIIIIaI/IIJIIJ11111111'It11111111U11 i i i i i /i !'i 1 IUIIIl11I 1 1 ..li.'idiiiS.' : i and

i' 63; average, 72 years; oldest, IX years; subordinate or working lodges, including INVESTORS : ,
d 61 Women, 34 aver the founding of 508 new lodges Instituted ,
;youngest, years ; '
during the year.-Odd Fel > Factory<< Oiaf>17"IMS *. Will ttod THE TROPICL SUNloaded'to I \ '. .
MANON'S.GTJA.VA: :
f lows' Herald. Homo ), ,Vcsl3alit. I
Office atilt 8al l4.1laU0I1'8 the muzzle every week
Cati", of
is fraternal in Its
Odd Fellowship JELLY? room 41:$ W. Hay with .
r Just the information( they want,
actions, co-operative in its methods Guava II II st Jacks011t+Ille, .
In its work. Try it and be convinced[ : $
\ and benevolent Jelly CANDY Brunch HtnrnH and Asm-" fjif.
t/ill oho' In allTowim KuntCount. .
The lodges of Iowa have voted $13- on
M BOO for entertainment of the sovereign i Subscription Price-1 year. $2 ; Six Months, $1 ; '\Tbi\ ; yaialn ,

i 1111um grand lodge next year ..Aw.... ..
"
-------.------.
The grand lodge of Kansas at Its CITY MEAT MARKET?Y''
recent session adopted an article*
amending the subordinate lodge con- CRAYONS.O WATER COLORS. ( i Florida and Meats '
Western .Poultry, Game and Eggs..
stitution making it the duty of the noble -
I' grand after installation to appoint Mail Order Receive Careful Attention., '. '

,, a committee of five' on membership RICHARD E. RESLER Jefferson Block .
WEST ,
',1 whose duty shall: be to encourage members \I-l*tq.a PALM BEACH.
\,h i OHIO HASOIIIO BOMB.
to attend lodge und If possible .
1} ago, 70 years; oldest 80 years; youngest to prevent members from being drop- Photographer. c"
41 years. Boys, 24; average 13 ped for nonpayment of dues. d "
1 years; oldest. 16 years; youngest, 8 From the grand master down to the Happy Home.
ti years. Girls 24; average, 11 years; old. humblest member the new machinery CLEMATIS AVENUE + .

est 15 years; younge lit, 0 years. of the order seems to be working in f- Opposite Masonic' Temple. 5 .

I I, In Minnesota there are 221 lodges, unison to make \y jie year 1002 a ticcess. ; If .----- -_....-- '
J' with a total membership of 10,800. So well established 111I the order West Palm Beach Fla. you use ;
There will bo formed a short time of Odd Fellows that a transition from ; S -

a new Masonlo lodge at Cass Lake old to new officers Is scarcely felt, null 11I__________._________. T. AND e. ';
:Minn. the onward march is continued under The'Famous +

The grand lodge of Ohio bee ,501 new office without losing a step. ---- ------ ------
lodges, 8,110 were raised, CG2 affiliated, The California home, situated at Oil- f&PAINT f
t 028 reinstated 050 died 710 withdrew, toy, is essentially a Rebckab institution. 'YYYYVVVV/Y/V/yny/YVV/nyyy/VVy'yyyyn .
1,171 suspended Total membership, The land on which to build was
40.348. sister, another laid the 0------ fcov fc" i ?1
I donated by a A Full LineAlways w
The largest Royal Arch chapter In cornerstone, and a board of directors JI JJ V We have just received a big: lot. Buy
I America is St. Paul's In Boston, with composed of sisters has managed the t.
: tf. in such
'I ltJ large quantities enables to
I a membership of nearly 1,200. Oriental finances so discreetly and well and the II : us
'',:,; of Philadelphia is a close second. donations have been so generous that 7C&f F W the lowest prices, and to secure cb ,

Matthew II. Cook, a prominent American a beautiful home for the accommodation Y' \;' 'I) in Stock freights, and places us in a. posit
,, II merchant and a Mason\ died re of 100 children is thoroughly
give our patrons ROCK BOTTOM PRJf
I cently at ShanghaI China, and was equipped and free from debt and over

r 4 burled with Masonic honors. A monument $10,000 in the treasury. you once use It you will. have no other. Come in and get familiar w
: s; will be erected to his memory by PAINT DEPARTMENT.
;,j the brethren.

,i i ; There are COO Masonic lodge; In Lon Spring and Summer Goods w., Pa HATCHET:_ .

I don. JEFFERSON BLOCK Hard vv'
The grand lodge of Minnesota has
t
I t Recently Secured in New YorkWe
i 221 lodges; 1,050 were initiated; 8 died;
i' ': total membership. 1ft,RftA. On mileage -
I' l d- per; diem account-$ o3.1i-was There were admitted to the order in 4 ;
: paid. the supreme tent Jurisdiction in the ; J. B. PGINLEY Gf): rl ,,;

1 Hood River Or., has a neat brick year 1001 ((55,000 new members. Invite Ladies to Call .

1 >, Masonic hall, known as the Tieman The year just closed bus been a '. .t
in of late II. TIe- spiendid-one for the Maccabees .
temple, honor the A. every .. Strictly First-Class .. J
man, who bequeathed it to the Masons. where. and Examine our ,

California grand lodge decided that The new mayor of Buffalo, lIon E Lately Purchased Stock
i an applicant who cannot walk without Erastus O. Knight Is an enthusiastic House-Furnishings,
d
I the use of an artificial foot is Ineligi Maccabee, a charter member of Macedonia i :

i ble. tent. No. Sf\\... I = : Draperies, Window Shades
I 4 New York grand lodge planted Masonry During 1001 the surplus funds of the' = Remember We are Leaders in our Line. ,
in New Jersey in 1761 and in supreme tent Increased more than .. d. 4 Wall Papers ,
,
Ohio in 1701. $360,000. 4

Three full blooded Indians were recently Los Angeles (Cat.) tent has a contest I, A. & BOTSFORD & CO.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJUk. : Wickers Japanese
created sublime princes of the for new members and during the past ,

loyal Secret, thirty-second degree, by sixty days has taken in over 100 appli and Enamel
the consistory in Guthrie, Okla. cations. Goods i'i'j'

1 Maccabee Day association of Cleve- .,j

{I 1I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. land is proving worthy of its name. Its :....................:. still{' Dried Peaches, 16 entd. pound Freight Prepaid Anywhere in Dade County .'. .
objects to the general '
; are promote
'1'1'11.: Clieotc in OoVxl fate "t.
I, Mnit Memort Work of the Preceding welfare of the Order of the Maccabees, e :. t4. Dried Apricots,18 cents", pound Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEA'CH.11
.. -e B rerN... 5 ..d ,tIC G..dl :
naDklIehu.t Olln o ::po
I to designate a day each year to be Fof Prunes, 8 cents pound \- tf "
The grand lodge of Georgia at Its known( as Maccabee day for a general o sf to p.r aunt M -- r SH"
I( recent convention took a step which rally and to establish a ward in some .o.! s!I > .. ""1 j Prunes. 12: cents pound GRAFTEDDEDD -- ;- I"":'

i was only a few months in advance of well known hospital for the benefit of 0 ::.-:. j 11 &:II' j jj";. "R ..,, 0) Currn nts, 10 cents pound I BII M u Igoba Mango. ;:
Ii
what the supreme lodge will enact for Maccabees. 0.. R < 110 B e ,
the whole supreme domain. Hereafter 00 ... .:i I :: iI .. p4 Dried Apples, 10 cents pound '

no( candidate can be advanced from Knlahtu: of Honor : a- F' n r 11 : t-4' Ra.isins,12" cents pound Largest Collection of Crotona in the United Stated. Palms,' Phyllan- ,/- ,

one rank to another until he has committed There is reason for rejoicing because I : s .....qu..1: q..:) a.f =- j t-1 Raisins, 20 cents pound thus, etc, All pot grown. Full Line of Citrus Stock k"
to memory the unwritten work the order of the Knights of Honor grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address ,
-tt., Of the preceding rank. This is now enters the year 1002 with its claims 0'o h: .I'.. we.3: 001 pa. : p"\ Figs 15 cents pound ", ':l'N,'
"
",. the practice of a tow lodges, and Its paid, its membership increasing and its o o :a uqg '.oy dm.js /nlPeaA, "'US.- Citron, 25 cents pound JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. ," :
application In all lodges will result in banners flying over the most equitable Fla."t"' "
great benefit not alone to the newly and best protective society system lo :............()....o... Snell Trading Co. :

initiated candidates, but the entire the world. ',
.{1:' order. When candidates are examined John W. Gilchrist, past grand dictator The Mutual I; u
1 p ...
:'! in open lodge It acts as an Instructor of Iowa, who died recently, bail 11"
"' I'' to those at the meeting, and l pKOStoKostostostostaYOrottostoKoKO7so5to3aorto9to5eo7eotit O 7so7so5tokk'
present been a member of the order since 1879 0 .
''r the more proficient members become and a continuous member of the grand
in the unwritten work the more Inter lodge since 1S81. 0 Life Insurance Company ,'::;

; : est they will take in the ol'der.-Lodge Grand Secretary Hathaway has been | G. G. Strohm Company .
,
Secret.; appointed special deputy. for the New .' "t.
Temples are now under organizationat England states. V l .
'1 1 Pocatello Ida.; Findlay 0.; Houston o of New York. '
The past year closed with the orderin ) I \
:F Tex.; Shawnee, Okla.; Barre, Vt., fine shape aud good condition. Its FAMILY GReeSRIES I 1: :
aud Steubenvllle, O. ; "
il financial condition was never better 0
In Missouri If more than two blackballs and new members are Joining all over oa RICHARD :
A. McOURDY \
", appear in a ballot on an applica the United States. I Fancy Food Products r ro President. ;

t Ion for the ranks of knighthood the As a Knight of Honor you are a .
ballot cannot be renewed. n
( stockholder in the organization with S
A new lodge was Instituted at Hem- which you are connected. From, this o Grain and Provisions. H "'1-.
It//t; ins:; HI., recently, the Danville knights point of view you should do everything 2o ,Tir'
.,P : doing the work. 'you can to conserve the interests 0' 'I Did more business in 1900 than during any previous year. It .' :;

Imperial Basha Holmes, the popular of ;your own institution. ."o JEFFERSON BLOCK easily maintains Its position na the largest, strongest, most progress tits'f '
O. 1C R. and S. of Missouri was the V Ifo lye life iDolllra.nce'company in the world."

recipient of a very handsome Jewel at
the last session of the grand lodge at 0 West Palm Beach, Florida o

KL Louis. jJJjRKALcOSSJPA o ..-r-r903 tfV Income in 1900 $61)1,582,902.31.) )

710110ito7107t0710710710710$07107A07/Ok0710710AO7t 0710710AO A 07107.0710 Assets December 31, 1900 $325,753lo2.51.
Order of Elk.. Insurance and Annuities $1,141,497,888.02.The : .
The announcement that President

Roosevelt Is to lead the fight against young man wearing the badge of .AA.AAAA AAAA AAAAA 4A..AAA. 44AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW. 4
the wearing of Elk jewelry on account a worthy fraternity gives proof Hint history of this has been '
company an unbroken .
record of
of the incentive that it gives for the at least he desires to be somebody and progress
IIEIM. W. BRO.- WELL, M. D., Phy.leI"n" and Surgeon 4 -. Its excess! of returns to policy-holders has been almost SIX
destruction of the few remaining herds that he recognizes the value ot good <
RegIstered I'hurinaclut,u'l1Io..111 Irn "Btore.' TIMES AS JfffCJf AS TJIAT OF
of elk by professional butchers has associations. TILE NEXT LAJtOffST
wakened a lively discussion In local Los Angeles, Cal, Is rapidly becom- OOAfPAWY, and nearly ten times as much as that of the third in ph

t ,_ Elk circle. Many claim that elk teeth ing a Forester stronghold. There are COTTAGE CITY PHARMACY ? rank.
%, tire so plentiful that there Is no Incentive nine conrts and three circles now doIng > ,.
(' for procuring more of them while business there, and a new court ll IIKIM & uuoAmvEia 'Total of Assets and Policy Paym'ents. $860,232,963.:
others Insist that the elk tooth has Proprietor
being organized. Total Premiums received
n > -
nothing to do with the order and that .1 779.13420:
the
DurliiR: last eight months the or-
no true Elk should be found wearing der of Red Men\ In Pennsylvania Iins i ; :

.j. ..no. made a net gain of 2,000 members. Dealers in Reliable .Medicines and ChemiCalS Excess of-assets and payments to policy holders
Iiu Bols lodge mourns the lose ofBro. Thirteen new tribes have been laatl- over total premiums received lince formation of / p
$$87,098,543.The 7 B h
{ A. D. Meade of that lodge one of tuted. Company /
.
t the best known and most popular Elks
The man that wears the button ofa c
A FULL LINE OF"Perfumes
in western Pennsylvania.
fraternal order is a good man to tie .
_ Four new lodges-I/.ng Branch N. to. '* Rubber Goods, = assets of the Mutual Life are clean and well invested
t 7.: reelcsklll. N. Y. Crowley, La., and The
,t T.eiflnston;; 1I1o.-were; added the past The Royal Society of Good Fellows Toilet Articles, Cigars and Company refuses to take risks In countries where climatic condition-

,I 111011 t members.was founded In 1882. It bas 9,000 and Stationery. Tobacco are are in at any all respect dangerous below, and standard.it does not write insurance on subjects who ..r

Grand Fraternltr. Reports from lodges of the Woodmen
3-ltt PALMS BLO X, WEST PALM BEACH. ..
,, '" This thriving organization has purchased of the World In Ohio show that
a building in Philadelphia for n large number of applications for .myyyy/YY1v/VVV/Vpyv/m.VYVYYYYYYYYiYYVYYYYYVYVVV. The premium rates of the Mutual Life are LOWER and its
beiidquurlers. The growth of the order membership have been received.In tees HiGIIEB than those of any other leading' company. guaran.
,', In the Keystone: State is astonish 1373 the Knights of the Ootden
'?' ''I, .;: ing. Engla wi a> founded. It has a member
s. Charles H. Robinson, vice president ship of 70000. S. J. Southard of Belle- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN CECIL WILCOX, Gen'l Ag't, Jacksonville, Pi.

of the order Is also president of the fontalne. O., Is supreme chief of the J. W. CONNER
order Ag't, Eau Gallle, Fla. ,
j aucJated Fraternities. _. ...-c. ,
L
... J I


', y qt ,ryIpx% rcrA+ M N'FA.C134bdUtl + +gp ,.AW,7L. .+r.. MN7w"rc'FHb"4Gm'' H
ro "
+ "$' ,:: .
:' ,,, .
s ,,,,
a ..:tv'iJil... ; !. ,, '."'''. '."",."._., '
d. ..- -
\
,
+ S ..slow SYM ,ah vuh r, ,

b _



i1 iAIH' .Si ,(N.I AII
}"'t AT.Nkr II54'R'



II '" i'r, ; ,' '..'- i ,, ''i IWP /
: 4'h.t ,
h ..sere' %f i ; ; ,
IMM ? .x .r ,, 1.15 P i, elt ,
,; .M, j1' ._:> ; (}rq', It,
l t; '. 1'' c, .I I. ", i n,

!
." .-
t f//)

,L kt; : TUE T":', r 'IAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA FRIDAY MABCH 14. 1002., It

'. .

SKIP SUBSIDY S I ME. ELECTION SENATORS7lQroivlnw t IE BALANCE OF TRADE -GOVERNMENT-- TELEGRAPH. --


,,1 .:.:._.:.. the Detuooravtla Srntlmcut In teuinn4l.Support 0 1 .. -- i I. Iln. ]Maraont Thrown m Scare Into
the Water \Vaaoal
Certain Proof That i Tho plan of compelllnff/ senates tact I Prospectors
t: hole Popular Misconceptfou About There comes u story from Washing
!( upon the question of popular elet? ,
ton, whether truo or not we do not)
Thing Is Jobb tloii of senators by having twothirdsof Imports and Exports. 'I
profess to be able to say to the t"l'ecttl

...... .. the state legislatures pnsu resolutions nt a subcommittee of the senate coin : and IJWESTO
:
? ,.: .. to that effect Is ,
.. LITT making steady: mlttee
on postollices I Is, In the throes of
'
., \ ,!J.. FBT&S; : L OBEE, progress. According the, :New '
to
..;..\'It. ..., ;\ York TEE MORAL OF WEBSTER'S STORY. preparing a bill which calls for nothing Will find THE TROPICL SUN :
Journal .
Senator Qebliardt has
Introduced
"" -- .- the / less than government ownership of loaded to the muzzle every weekwith '
following resolutions In the the
telegraph lines of the
'A Trick country.
e '"' to Slip Forela-n IIAero1 t Ships senate of Mew Jersey: While All Cltl..n. Grow. Etch the Here is, In part, a Washington dispatch Just the information they want.

i n UII;' i, ",,y,.. the Bar-It I. Imp >'ll>lt to :B. it resolved by the senate of the state Counter Grow PooA New. im. on the subject III the Philadelphia Try it and be convinced. ,
M" Uontl( LoirUIiito Hlonff. bat of OC,Now\ Jorsuy" the ffnnerul assembly concurring octant vrrcetlvn In fl..r.8' Record: ,
the Trriuvar- Into Private 1'0ek.I.. herein that the one hundredand Subscription,Price-1 $2 Six: Months $1 Three ,'
twonty-iilxlh: letrlulnture of the stale Fallacy of aD Ipre..lon Hepaib- "An administration bill for the acqul year. ; ; Months SOctet

Senator Frye's revised and@o amended of Now Jersey hereby makes application llcams Try to C re.te. anion of this property Is now being -- -.
to tho oon roso, under the provisions of prepared by subcommittee of the
ship Subsidy scheme still fails a sen
to con.
article 0 of tho constitution/ of the United Administration have been
organs
'vince those ate postotflce committee and will be Introduced -
best Informed regarding Blatoii, for the oulllnnr, of-u convimtlon to .-
the Interests of American commerce propose an amendment to the constitution giving such undue prominence to the' at an early date. It will have

that It Is Intended In good faith to encourage of States the United State malting the United' reported excess of exports over 1m' the support of all'' I the strong Republic 6

a ,American shipbuilding, says status by aenutors the direct elective vote of In the the people.several ports that there Is need for: the publli an senators The adherence. of the .

: Ji B New, lt ofhvJImes.z And be It resolved that the secretary. of not to confuse this fictitious balance of Democrats has been promised, as their
.' k., ,' .Ya ninlttee,, of tho Merchants' ns- state' la hereby directed to transmit copiesof trade with the status of custom values party bus always advocated government .
._ thlif application to the lanate and houHe .
acl of this city appointed to consider of representatives/ of the congress and and their relation to our prosperity, ownership of telegraphs."The 1 1p
the II1 tier bus culled the attention also ooplfjs to the members of tile said suys the St. Louts Uepubllc. In round plan was originated by Mr.
the'i'scnator' ',' to a clause in his senate und house of representatives. from figures, according to government reports ItooHovclt's closest personal and pollt
t k1 bill under,' which foreign built ships 'to thin the state, also to transmit copies hereof we have exported during the Ical friends, who called Into consults
presiding/ olllcerii of each of the
bought, as entire lines have been : lotrlslatures now In session In the several past twenty-eight years goods to the tlon number of men prominent iu the
bought 'Very recently and ns It is reported I states. requesting their co-operation. value of $5,500,000,000: In excess of our !I political and business world and with
still more extensive lines nru This is tlio. sort of thing that. counts. Importations.One their aid u deflnlnte plan of action wn
I about to be bought, could be admittedto If thirty states take action In this form and a quarter billions of this formed. The bill will be made popular.

the subsidy plan supposed to be for (and thirty-two have already put them. 'amount Is reported as the favorable with the people through the expediency( '
tho .buneflt solely of American built selves on record In furor of the principle balance of trade which nccumulutec of an immediate reduction In telegraph t sti ,

I ships. This.cla use occurs in section C, ), the senate will no longer be able during the years 1000 and 1001. Does tolls of from 10 to 20 per cent

( IS title 2, of the bill as reported. It relates to obstruct the popular will. this mean that If we continue sending" "Tho bonds used to pay for the lines It took 2$ years to find ouf tha't type- l
to the "general subsidy," as distinguished Indeed It will not be necessary to out $000,000,000 worth more of stuff will be accepted ns security for the clr writers were built upside down. '
fronvthe mail oubsldy. This wait for the, whole thirty. The mere each year for fifteen years longerwe
subsidy |Ie 1 cent per gross registeredtc knowledge Unit such a movement Ingoing shall have all the available gold way the Influence of every national The Visible Writ nq
;) for each 100 nautical tulles Bulled on, with near prospects of success supply of the world? bank In the United States will be ob f eTYPEWRITER

', ? cu each of not more than sixteen! entries will make the senate coma down. Yet nothing can be further from the tanned for the proposition."The OLIVER
per year Under the section referred There Is nothing the powers at Washington truth. The Free Trade league has en- political allegiance of all employees ;.
[trc to this would be paid to "the would not do to prevent the assembling deavored to correct the 'tables which now In the telegraph business .

owner or owners of any vessel of the of a constitutional convention have been prepared by the treasury department would be secured by the promise thai ;

United States duly registered! by a citizen for such a convention would not In dealing with Imports ana after Mr. Roosevelt's election they ?J' :

or citizens of the United Slates (Including be likely to stop with anything so mild exports. For Instance, the correction would be "placed under civil service ,

as such citizens Any. corporation as the election of souutors by the peo proves that there should be a reduction protection is built right side up 'where the work' Is in sight. : '
v created under the' laws of the pie. ,of at least 10 per cent In the values The New Orleans TimesDemocratsays It Is' a light constructed
United States or of any of tbe stntcs Indeed what has been done already given to American goods sent abroad there nothing. intrinsically Improbable durable machlnaAif" learned onetated and .

thereof)." It Is urged by the committee has stirred up both ends of the national because of the notorious fact that in this rumored effort of tbe t cleaned; aligns --t perfectly> and needs least repairs. I ,

of the Merchants' association that capItol. It the states whose legislatures many of our exports are sold In European government to get possessIon of the tel Write for ratalon' and (rat nurno of niuufnt r..|ir<..nt..t1r. I '
y this language would Include'nil foreign are now In session should pass markets below home prices. This egraph lines. It should have done so. I and beautiful wllulold blotter Amnu! In all leading otlJ_ '

Milt ships purchased by American clt- resolutions like those Introduced by Is especially true of Iron steel copper In fact, many years ago when the price N.K. Cor.THE Washington OLIVER and TYPEWRITER Dearborn 8ta., .CO Chicago .
.!tie and corporations ns soon as they Senator Qcbhardt in New Jersey, II coal, lead, salt and a number of patent demanded by the companies would not ;
c. era admitted to register which could would not be surprising to see the sen ed articles. have been one-quarter of what they i

'wad e' done by a simple act of congress, ate forestall any moro dangerous proceedings Importers must pay duties, and foreigners (the companies will demand now.

with or wltbout conditions of the sort by sending to the are not averse to taking advantage Theonly' thing that will be an obstacle GUY T. Metcaif Agent West Palm B- aok-
r The objection Is. from the point of states a constitutional amendment pro- of the privilege of quoting the In the way of the government'spurchase ,
4.. view of the association a valid and riding for the. popular election of sen prices of their goods at less than cost. of tbe telegraph will be the

rw, strong one. The association Is not op' store This Item would amount to 10 per cent: immenso sum at which the telegraph -.- _.

posed to subsidies that will promoteAmerican also Imported goods hud to pay freight companies will appraise their property
shipbuilding, but It Is utterly Will WeBo DnpcsY charges amounting to about $30,000.00:: ( a considerable portion of that sum TIME TABLE _
In the house the other day Repre lust to the being represented by nothing more
opposed to giving subsidies at any time year, according government
.. end on any terms to ships built abroad. sentative Do Armoud of Missouri delivered statistics. The tariff tax aggregated substantial than "water." The total LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLERichmond UAILHOADP..n..I.
I one of the strongest pro-Boer capitalization of the Western Union
;'l1.JI.t1kS. and very properly, that the $333,780,741 In 1001. Of course these
'
.* : jjlng bill shall be) changed BO as to speeches heard on the, floor since thebeginning were added to the cost of Imported ar and Postal aggregates $171.000,000, divided '
r fiake this Impossible without direct of the South African war.no ticles. us follows: Western Union stock New Orlea and Mobile _.. ..

legislation by congress; on the grunting: was applauded by Democrats and So that for last year 10 per cent $92,000,000; bonds, 22000.000; leased No. II No.No.2: 1'1..8 N..I .,,11 ,

'of the subsidy. The answer of the advocates Republicans. Ha said: should be taken off the $1,000.219.874 line stock, 11000000. The Commercial 7'"ii19\ Hap.-' ltiiii'P Ltt..v..... ..... Penancbin.Arrlvo, I'/ii';; ; 4 tr''jj' ;:;
of the bill Is that under the law "Let your gaze turn to the fields of which Is given as the total value of our Cable company, which Includesthe H 110 n JI 2:1: P 1 Ol: n .................... Flunatnu.. ...........Leuve2 $lilt" !s a0 1" :lr\ II ;
i South Africa and yon behold ns gallant Postal telegraph lines stock $24 11 <10.. 4 2:1: 2 1111 a. ..... ....... 1II..bll................ ...... Hn ,p. 12 1 II p, a 'f'
+ as It sttiuda foreign built ships cannot exports, thus making $1.444,01)7.807) as ,........ t 8 !ll1p 7 liD n .........,...........New Orltanx'. ......?.,.... ....-.I. 7 an.e i
a people as ever existed dying In 000,000; bonds, 22000000. Dividendsof
obtain an American register and thel'e.tore the actual cost!:! to foreigners of goods : ,.
.
PeneaeolaSt. Lonle, 1""ln"atl; and Lou lea Ilia
*
defense of 5
home country and liberty per cent are now paid on this _
a cannot obtain the subsidy. But It bought from us. On the other hand
I Is not denied that they could get the In the defense of u republic against a 10 per cent should be added to the reported stock and 8 per cent Is used as a sink No.I: N... 4 S... 1 I .u II 1

subsidy !If they were by act of congress civilization and that all Is Mtrlvlng force with might cost price of articles Importedby ing The fund. --.1>1 811" Len........................... j'encneols...........................\rrIve. 'iijr; ;tie '
,, e admitted to American register and that uinln by the a mighty us. Adding the ocean freights anti government will certainly not 6 81) ..... ... LeUVI' 1 H7
nation cnn bring against a weak' one value pay the telegraph companies on their .' ,i t', : 0 12 C .... .,::.. .:::: Klriuiighnnnry: ::: 1S HH I (Iii I1'; _
t they could not get It at all If the subsidy oil tU .fon-L- that the tariff tax. we have an actual II. 8 8:10.. ..... ..... ........................1..1..111.. .....0 in "I :I.a.1I ryS
were In terms conOried'to' AmeN by nxprcsttlve: : ( wrong of $1,300,405.800::> for Imports In 'place present capitalization most of which ii . .. (.Inrlnnntl .. .. ...
can built ships, If Mr. Frye wishes the can hurl on defenseless ,rUht; to destroy of $02: .l08.244, the sum given by the li water, but It would be easy to arrIve H lln _.::.:: : : : : ;.: .:: ::I :.. -n_. i; ,AAg-f.i, :

subsidies to go to American built ship" utterly I'ootIll,! brunch everything treasury reports. With these deductions at tbe valuation of the property ren.noela. and .J..k..1I1I1. '
-
1b' alone It Is the easiest thing In the old or young, iinncd or uunrm- and additions the "fnvorable"iJalance ''by determining' how -much It would< : i .
world to say so In the bill. If be wishes od that breathes III that South At. of trade shrinks to $138,202- cost to establish a duplicate of the system No.Dully 21 Dully No.1I. NoStupwboruTinei.NoiShnwn, Doil::0.".2 I : ..' I 11 -

a wide opening In his bill by which rican country tho bi'enth of freedom., 088.Where) now operated by the company. Ill1l1p 7 of) al.eave.. .... ..... ... .. 1'pn.arnla ... .. ....... .... Arr'"I"' I II"I_I. sl,":j., t#
subsidies CAn bo made easier for foreign "That Is tho 'chlllzutloir: said tq be does this balance go? Fart to That the government ought to acquirethe 12111..,. 71:111: .. .. .. .. ...11..1"11I.... ... ., 11" 1,711, r: ,...I, r- '1 11220a
part of ours.\ telegraph Is indisputable and : 7ina .............. .. .............yYmestra?..... ... ........ ..... ....... II ,gaiI ,
.' : built ships, he has provided It. If foreigners from whom we have borrowed we 12 2N. a 7 170 .................,......._.......Esrumbu. .......... ................... ... 112 I' 1 ; I .
'lfi If' he refuses to close the opening, h. "I believe when the American people money, part Is spent auroad by hope that the rumor of Intended legislation 1.1: 1111 IL 7:4II ......... ........ ...................Illtut, ...................... ..............it:1'10 t) :zit" ; I I I" i, ,

' t : .'h must be content with the Inferences come to realize what it Is they will not tourists part In repayment of foreign may prove to be well founded. g 50 11N : 97 84as : .:::::::'::::::::::::'::::::::::::::.Oahu.' H" li': :::::::;...::::::: '::::::::::. ::. ,.I::: i 1 1:l' ) n I I12118u
' r rm 1i., < that will bo drawn as to his motives allow themselves to be uiudo the dupesof loans, part In Investments abroad, part : "' 7 a 'oo.. .. .. ".... ... ..,. ;. Il 101111" .; :1" I'
those whose civilization Is. spoliation 1 /HIU .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ...00.,1 HILIIK.." .. .. .., i I 4111111 J
"I"z y 1. q He cannot afford to be too, haughty In : In credits allowed to stand abroad and OUR DUTY TO CUBA. 1 an.. 's 'i4a .. .... ... ... ......... .. .. .II..lt. ... ... .. ....... ... n Kill"I ,
i"i' tho matter because It ''is too well 'whosa track is the truck of the 'another part In, payment of ocean : ::10" 1Il": a.,............... .... ..... .... MIIII"R, ........................."......... U : rH'/4/ 114aua It,
storm whose Is the of Nation No More H 11110... .. .. .. .. C..I.W".. ...... ... ... 1101'II
peace peace .
' 'a :.7-' ', known that his bill of last year did directly freights to owners of foreign bottoms. Than Indl..loIlI.l.Can (u1 H 8 II to..... .................. .......... ....rl..n11 ................... .... "... iii I ".t tit .1I.
};\ :'I+ provide for subsidies to foreign death. There can be no such thing as a favorable Violate the Rule of lioneuty.A. :III.I OH a ..... . .. .. Mieey lIe.I -I" 1 .
a "Iu spite of everything tending B. 4 111111 N !ll1a ... .. .. ..Dee'ue"k'pi. lI'K.' ? ]nI .1, \
.t :i '\ 'H built vessels and was so violently andI"r. tQ balance of trade. Values must Farquhar, of York Pa., head of 41Nn oN4a ........................ .Argvlo.' .".............. ............. 7.HlOa '
' 11", 'o: justly opposed that be has been forced discredit him, with his love of IilJel.tytbe be equalized. Because we export Is the Farquhnr Agricultural works and 4 ( ii 47a.... ...1'onredeLenn. .:.. 721', I .

,, ,r t''" to abandon that part of his plan. true American will see that right rather an evidence of past extravagance prominent In national Democratic affairs g no nit : 10 1001)a inn a ..::..:::..::.::.::.::::.::..::..:.. 1Yrstvlll Caryvlllo., :.::.:::.;: ..::.............. 7 11Nt lii I::'
:' ?. ,.' ,fl' For ourselves we are entirely opposed Is done at homo and abroad"Postal \ or of Indebtedness which'we are has received the following let II Hit a 10 :l0) a............ ..................... utliri. ..................................... 7 tin ,1,1! J
: J ... ;:., ter from ex-President Cleveland in 6 00 a 10 HN II ......... ... .". ... ., .......... ('hlplpv ...... ......... ...... .. II 4If' p 12: nd
; ; ( t ; to subsidies either for carrying trying hard to cancel. If we could Import reply 1I0..I0117a ... ... .... ..,..........C..tt..... "I.,1/ I'' ,
l;,l(, :: ", r the mall or for encouraging shipbuild S..vln. D..nk.. Instead of export, we would havemore to one sent him relative to the relations Tlluu11Ina/ .. ....... .. ... ._......Mnri"nna .......... ..... .. aONp120I180sitHaa : 1
.. ... .. ...... ...... ... .. .
Advocates of postal savings banks of tbe United States with Cuba .. .. ...., 'ypteaa, ft4"1,11" UH ;\"
; It Is because would be :
i .. ing. practically Impossible to leg money we arxid Ridge .. I .
\ I\::1 slate money out of the treasury Into are compelled to answer the objection clear: of debt. W BTUkND, PRIWCBTON. N. J., Jan. 21. : HM : :'::. :" Nnpnds.. .., gtflll.t: 4 g ,;
,170' that the placing of so much moneyIn My Dear Mr. Farquhar-I received your H Inn 121.n' . ...m".r".tI..n ...... 5 :201, t0. :
., the pockets of private Individuals hop- It was Daniel Webster who declaredIn letter yesterday and was much Impressed ........?.. 148p .. .TIIIIIIIiaNpe. ... It 111""t',
" 1'.. estly and fairly. The attempt has always the hands of government olilclals his !great, free trade speech hi' fhe by the manner In which you discus our .,.... ".... 7:1GpArrlve.; .. .... ..... .. Juekeolu. ...... fen,.. i1Hn' "
.',:I Involved Jobbery and always would be a tfmpt'atton to defalcation. congress of 1824 that the excess of 1m- relations and our duty to Cuba. L
' During the past fiscal year: of the money t ::. ._.....,. .._....11_ The arguments/ used In onooaition to thtarll't ,
,, will and the history of our politics par e over eapor a I n nut UDU""Jshow.
i concessions she Implores...., -b-sed :
order department the only loss was upon ::1
.
l' ': '. contains no blacker or more disgusting the gains not the losses of our material Interests are fallacious
chapters than those recounting the $174. tula amount being paid to a man trade. lie illustrated this remark by mistaken and misleading;, while their .1-rOR
true story of such jobbery. This very who had the same name as the rightful the example: of a merchant vessel source and the agencies of their propaga-
u clause Is a case In point.A owner of the order. Considering( r which, with a cargo worth $70.()()(). tion and by spread cannot fall to be recoanlsed ;- Washington Baltimore

committee of disinterested merchants that this branch of the government's Bulled from Salem. Muss., to Asia Minor with shame every and honest humiliation.It patriotic. citizen Philadelphia Boston Atlanta

e points out to congress the exist. business exceeds a million dollars a there sold It and Invested the pro. seem to me however that this sub- Astawtlls Chattanooga Louisville
ence of a possible and probable Job In day, It will be hard to find any private ceeds in tbe merchandise of that country I ject Involves considerations of morality Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas City

this subsidy bill, and apparently It has business with such a clear record.! then voyaged through the Mediterranean and manding conscience than all higher others. and more com Detroit ClevelandChicago PittsburtfROUTE

4 Its labor for Its pains. The whole There Is no reason why the postofflce and sold her new cargo in tbe The obligations arising from these oonilderatlona etc.
business Is going on In an atmosphere depnl.tmentrould. not operate a postal ports of Europe for $170,000 In money cannot be better or more forcibly

which either beclouds the brains of savings bank with as little loss. and goods with which she returned to Roosevelt denned In than his message was done to by congress President nor .

, r legislators who would prefer to be bon. Salem and having: sold the latter deposited letter emphasized than has been done by ''O'SOUTUfRN e
t est or stimulates the greed and craftof When Tra.t Fight Trns the entire sum In the very bank Secretary Root and yet congress) waits
Hero are two news items of Indicative while we occasionally hear of concessions
those who have no desire In that which furnished the $70,000 to pur
which rich sugar Interest might
direction. It Is miserable of Interest! : chase the original thus showinga approve
a state cargo, In behalf of trembling Cuba.
r', things, and It would be \better for the "The steel: manufacturers of Great 'I clear profit on tho voyage of $10O- I do not believe that nations any more RAILwAY' {
good name of the American people and Britain are organizing a trust to fight 000. Yet la this case the balance of I than Individuals. can safely violate the
I rule of honesty and fair dealing.Until .
In If It Couldbe the American one. trade the because -
of their servants congress I was against ,country, there I I. no escape. therefore I
done away with entirely. "The tobacco manufactured of Great there was an excess of Importsover will not believe that, with all our tins OF"THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:'
Britain are organizing a trust to fight exports.. word. and lofty profession, our embrace

Cuba'. Vain IIop.. the American combine." Said Webster In conclusion: "If the of disease.Cuba Tour mean the contagion oa deadly THe Southern's Palm Limited
very truly.
In the natural course of things a Combinations In restraint of competi return cargo were found to be worth GnOVBIt. CLavLLArlp.
great government like ours should assist tlon in trade are forbidden by the laws much more than the outward cargo, THe Washington Richmond and 4'

a new republic like Cuba to get on of England as well as by our own. I while the merchant having paid for Give. Her a Chanee to Live.. Flex ?Ida Limited
Its feet by reducing taxes and smoothing Will the British trusts be as successful : the goods exported and all the expenses We have deliberately made ourselves
the road as our own In verifying Daniel of the voyage finds a bnnd1 responsible for Cuba's welfare. We THe New YorK and Florida ExpressTO

But the sugar combine has no soul O'ConnoIl's famous saying that "you '1 some sum :yet In his hands, which he night have washed our bauds of the
The obligation of the United States to can drive a couch and four through an calls profits, the balance of trade Is 1 Island by setting up an Independent THE EAST.

d, the liberated! republic Is not recognizedby act of parliament?"-New York World.! 1 still against him, and whatever he I government there three years ago, and THe CHicago and Florida r nI

1 the combine. It calls everything I may think of It, be Is In a very bad while It might have seemed harsh to Special f

"tariff tinkering" that tends to loosed What Bryan Said. way. Although one individual or1 all deny the Cubans access 'to our markets THe Florida Limited :
; Its grip, no matter what the motive !a.t At York, Pa., recently William :r. Individuals gain, the nation loses; we could not have been accused of
I vi It Is already evident that the Republicans Bryan was asked whether be would be while all citizens: grow rich the country violating an obligation. HO THE NORTH AND WEST.

will give the Cubans a hearing, a candlate for president in 1004. lie grows poor. This Is the theory of But we refused to do that. We'kept
( and that Is all. But the fixed purpose said: "I stated at the closer of tbe last the balance of trade." Cuba under our own rule and even

% 1* to resist all Inroads upon the present campaign that I was not a candidate. when we got ready to start a republic Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jaolcaonvllle to Cincinnati: via ;
tariff system and put nil reciprocity ""I later repeated that statement It Is \Vaihln -treaties under foot Impossible to foresee conditions that If Senator Depew Is believable when The Platt amendment Is our pledge to Through trains via The Southern Railway ire opernt1 if '
;f That pound of flesh must not bed may arise and so It Is unreasonable to .he says that George: Washington, were see Cuba cared for. We forced ourselves connection with the Plant System and Florida East Const R ?'I" .'>.

spared plain duty, Humanity or patriotIsm I' expect a definite statement at this time lie alive today would be a member of into the position of her guardian Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dialog Can on all throi-' ,S.,
notwithstanding.-Boston Globe. as to whether one would or would not the Republican party, then it Is providential and a guardian docs not allow his wardto trains. < i +

I' become Q. candidate.." i.1 1I that the hero of the hatchet remaIns > starve without laying himself opento Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Sotlcti-d : r ,,
very: much dead and departed. I
None nnl. th. Ilooit. criticism.Let ft
The ugly facts must be looked !In the 1 Ch..... of Tim*. I For) we can scarcely Imagine George congress give Cuba a chance to --*'< ; + 1 ,

face. We shall not be allowed to deal Some say we are imitating Spain In Washington Joining himself to tbe parr* live and do It at once. New York H. F. CAREY Fla. ftm. A,... 108 W. Bay SL JtcksonvC, t,'4. w4
Philippines along American the Philippines. Yet those who pre ty that deliberately t purchased an In Journal
the
with
Republican' majority In tin I dlcted three years ago that the United surrectlon for the purpose of suppressing S. H. HARDWICK W. H. TAYLOE
The
Jines. States would subdue the Filipinos only It and, then the land ot "Laying" Low '
controlled by syndl' I possessing Mighty General Aat't Gtnl t'tPaahlugton : i
national congress : Passenger Agent P...... Ag 1
' determined to dispose I i by tho same methods which the Spanish that people whose revolution was be The original Hanna man Is not !In evidence tit
; cote Influences Philippine, Is problem along l had employed both In the Philippines gun and prosecuted for tbe very cams : these days. Certainly no one Is D. C. Atlanta, Ga. I'd
toe
' of of colonialism and and its. Cuba were denounced as purpose as was the rebellion which be toting any such credentials up to the January 15. JO3. llI4
the! old world line In It-8tIx I I ull-Amer1caa and unpatrlotlc.-...Boitc.o; himself lad to success.Atlanta Const' I II [ White House for the president's) In- 1:1: : 11 x xr
'; Jmpcrlall, There Sa money Gklbe, I I tutlon. spectlon. 1j'
>1 ula Ilepubllc .

.
,

.

1"\.' ," ,r } ..). .' ..'., .r, .". '','"., ,. I.

i\!; : '..
.. .w.t'.t' ; ; ,
--



\ yltqr

-, ;


f ( '' -



I

:

I f U THE TROPICAL SUN WB5T"PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, VRIDAI RJlI( 14, 1902

_____ ____
-.- ---- -

SERMON\ OF] REV. S. D. PAINE. First, Men speak through- their writings BUSINESS LOCALS THE SUNDAY S jOL. GOING TO RqpvANb t| --: LAS .

-- .....--- -- ----- ---" ---

,'. At he I Neat 8l lo tJ..KreJratto..1 C'liurohHiiiulajr Moses baa been dead over 30 centur- Protect your homes from fire 'rbe LESSON XI, FIRST QUARTER;: NTER'NATIONAL

\ 1 Kvenlnir: Marsh 91h.I ien, yet he speaks through his writings, Phoenix Fire Extinguisher will do it. I SERIES, MARCH 16.

-.--,- Joshua bas been dead over 30 centuries; ;' A, G. Baiu. Schmid Block, Clomat '

Rev S. D Paine, Pistor of the West be speak to us to day, )louder than,, Avenue. II\ tf. Text of the L.
\ rilm Beach: Congregational Church, when he lived. David speaks; Solomon, Yin..., 84, 3OGold Text, I

1 t; preached to a large Congregation last speaks! in his proverbs and his labors. I New House( Boat for Sal.* or Clime. Horn x, Commentary Preparedby 2 ,

I 'nr "After.Death In The Bible is literature.\ Over 60 men For particular address O. A. Rave, Rev.. D. M. 8 e..rtan.
\ r Sunday moraiag on yAh
: fluence" or "The Permanence of Mor. wrote it; It Is made up of over forty care of TKoriCAi SUN, Went Palm* [Copyright. 1002, bjr American Prem Awoulatlon I h

books. It took 1,500 years to write It. Beach. 20 "And tbe angel'of the lard spake :
: fcl Impressions. .
I: unto Philip, BujlugAilHO and ao toward : t :.
Men have tried to destroy it. 1t has
l Ills text taken from Hebrews y .
? was been'' wonderfully preserved Other FISH AND OY9TURS. All kind) pf fish, the rroutb''j 1h.. previous verse says that z I% "is.'
Xl.Vhr ver preached the word at the .u ,
also fresh Indian River l ,
s "" books bave perished. This Book has a oysters every +
"
dead, yet opeaketh. crawfish Lord In Samaria, and then, on their way; r
Shad
and clams
day. shrimp,
All knowledge that does not come to circulation greater to day than ever. back to Jerusalem, preached the gospel

us through tlie senses, we obtain through Moses, the lawyer; Joshua, the sol (In seasou. FRitit DEI.IVKRV PHONB ;3. lu many vUlaKus (of the Samaritans. They ,w''
dier; Samuel, the prophet; David, the I'git Wni),,R. Ilfaly. evidently left 1'hllip busy In the midst ofa
faith in others. The knowledge that I
\
great work: In Snmailn, and while conUuiilng '
conies to us through the senses is very shepherd; Ezra, the scholar; Daniel, the at ft. Launch, perfect order; alpo a H. fulllifiilly preach Christ a uies

i limited-statement of others, statesman; Mathew, the revenue officer; P. Pierce engine for nlej;,,'JbalP! price. conger train heaven Is sent to him com.
t John, the fisherman; Paul, the Tarsus. mundmti him to leave Samaria\ and /lO'
this earth is
We are told that 25,000 Agent! for the Gray Marine and Stationary -
scholar' -all helped to write this wonder. down to the desert way, which was between Hera we go, Indian file, "1
b miles In circumference; that it is 8.000 Gas Engines.: \V. P. UNDERWOOD, Jerusalem aud Gazn. It may have ? .,
!{ dead Down the Ian and over the stile[| ; t % -
i i miles in diameter; that yonder sun in ful book. They are yet they Roseland, Fla. I-: .I-tf. seemed a strange and unreasonable thing; Over the stream that turn the mill, **& '1

Ir over 90 millions of miles distant, and speak today.So I ..-- to li'tivo a great work and go to a desert Over t-bridge at the foot of the hill. ,,
? over 1200,000 times larger than this with other books; Milton lives in Silverall--the housekeepers' delight. road without being told why or wherefore J Where are wo going, would you know? I t a ,

this actual "Paradise Lost;" Bunyan, in "Pilgrim's Plated articles cleaned with Silverall win! but the great motto of a true inker Why, down to the field where the daisies grow;
earth. We knew not by our "
with God must be "willing ana obedient.
4 measurement, but by, believing the Progress; Sir Walter Scott, in his never show wear. A. G. Dam, Scbmic 27, 28, "And he arose and went, aud, I And Among ride the back flowers home to on romp a load and of play hay,

statement of others. poems; Shakespeare, in his 'writings; Block, Clematis Avenue 1-9 tf. behold a man Ethiopia, who bud coma
1 to Jerusalem for to worship, was I'oturll'Ing
Tennyson in his Longfellow. They '
We know about the military '
history; Horses For Sale ROBIN REDBREAST. /'A1
and, sitting in Ills chariot read GRANDMA'S FOOT STOVE
speak, though dead. ,"
campaigns of Cyrus, Alexander, Napoleon I'.uiifnM the nrn"lwt" here_ 4lan. la tie
a and Wellington, through the I Men wbo- bave been great painters; The first full car load of fine horse reason'of the auirel's- vl t-io-"Ph iP.--Got 1IOTT, the Little Brown l>tvarfn. H_ 'Ihe tittle Olrl Who;'" 1'oolc lVCltnreh -"' '.

i; statement of others So with our know. I like Raphael, Rubens and Michael flesh ever brought\ to West Palm Beach saw the hungering soul of this mun of paid IDIlcn Far. Her Kindness: '' rod Weato ftlepp.

9 ledge or Assyria, Egypt, Greece, Rome Angelo live in their immortal master Call early and cake your selection. R. great authority under tbe queen of Ethiopia In a email house by tbe roadside' The children bad been rummaging\
I and Ha would satisfy that longing '
lived a woodcutter his daughter Ellon
pieces. the garret, and they brought dove
and l Carthage. All of our knowledge A. Rouse. tr. soul, and Philip, the faithful messenger!
nearly comes by faith in others. The great bynmologists live Henry In Samaria, was tho chosen vesHel.. "Uoc and his son Thomas The father and such a, funny looking thing, a tin' b
Faith in others lies at the basis of Ward Beccher said he would rather be Are You Going knew that lie had'a prompt and obedient son went out every day and-' cut wood, set in a wooden frame, with,, little

it John Wesley, the author of "Jesus servant in Philip. while little Ellen was at home Uoinrj carved pillar. .
Christianity. We are told that neatly 29, SO. "Then the spirit said unto Philip the housework and knitting "What's It for?" asked Jack 1
Lover of My Soul, than to be the To niolnmul l, Washington 15alitiii stockings
Ig centuries ago Christ was born, in a Uo near and join thyself to this charlut. "And what's) Its name?" naked 4
President of thl'! United States. Top. <>re. I'liiUcJulplila! or New York? to sell In the village One day wfeen It
remote comer of a remote Province of the I At Samaria an angel spoke to him; "That la a foot stove." lIald'looking y
grent Roman Empire; that lie taught, lady lives, In "Rock of Ages." New. The Seaboard Air Line Railway y now the Holy Spirit tells him what to do was snowing Ellen made around circle OVIT her fflnsnes. "We 1
oil'ern the choice of As to the' Spirit speaking to believers see on the pane of glass to look out. When
preformed: miracles, and was put to man, in "Lead Kindly Light. you two elegant; fill It with hot coalH and carr;
chapters x, 19; xl. 12; xlli, 2; :xvi a, 7, she looked out, she saw a robin
i death by the Ecclesiastical\ authoritiesof Men live in their generous deeds. daily trains, the Metropolitan Limited and consider the promises In John xlv, church to keep our feet warm. 1, m
Harvard of Stratford i and the Seaboard Fast Mail IIIB tor food, and It was almost senrCb-1 there no lire In the church,
Some was
the Jewish Church, because they years ago 20; xv, 20; xvi, 18. It Is possible for us
to death. She took It In and
dreaded his j opularity with the people, I on-A von, gave 700 pounds to the University I. Leave St. Augustine at 8:55: a ui. to hear the voice of the Spirit and be : was very cold In winter. Tb4 f''
and fed It. That when the wood '
and bated Him of His at Cambridge, near Boston or 6:10: p. m. Leave JacksonvilleL0:10 guided by Him. See also Isa. :xtx, 21 night the windows was often so tbic' ;,
they on account Gutters homo she told them and
came ,
Uod has promised tbat lIe will surely they looked like ground (fluss."I ; A
denunciations of their religious formal.cant t'hhu Yale gave less than aoo pounds to : a, m. or 7:40 p. u, Thomas "It will feast"But "
guide Ills people (Fa. xxxll, 8), and 1 believe said be quite a remember the flist time the
and want of sympathy with the common I Yvle College. Peabody, the Londoabanke'r lIe guides lu one or other of three Ellen said, "Oh no." The* her father folks let me carry a foot sMother

people. founded homes for the London Great' Land Bargain. ways-by HitUgplrlt through Ills word If said she could keep It. XRcr' sup was sick, and fatly'! < '
lIe is dead but his necessary by Tun Spirit apart from Hiswoid she washed the dishes and went to
working men. per
He died, rose, ascended to Heaven, and 1 home to take core of het', so<
1 mid now lives This is a matter of history money is blessing thousands and educating J1600.00! will buy a one.story house Ills ,providences but never or contrary tbe events to It,of daily by bed early, for she bud to cook breakfast church alone. How grown up1 6 6I

; cannot be disputed > tbe people of America Robert containing seven large rooms, ia-foot life. A believer ought to be a Spirit filled marched up the aisle holding

Faith in Christ puts UK in possessionof Raikes, in teaching in Sabbath Schools; hall full length, of building; front veranda and Spirit controlled person, and since Next morning when Ellen came down I I stove In my mlttened band
God desires It what can hinder but our the Are was burning, porridge cookingand down myself In 11'family
by one
Salvation. The.mouldinR and shari John Pounds, in Mission.Schools; William I ; a beautiful row of large shade trees n.UU".....Bi ugne.e r 1'ro mp t an d _v"uU''U'1._1'...>' eve ry thin g dean, a mid Ellen, was : pewl corns
i our lives after Him Christ- Carey, founding Missions India; on front walk; one acre lot with many
lug makes
us Philip rail to the thai lot, and, bearlnlltbe surprised.When the rest of the family Tbe backs of the pews were all
inns. Florence Nightingale'; in establishing bearing orange trees. One. five room eunuch rending in the prophecy of Isaiah, came down, she did not tell them, ami high that I could not seal tiny one 7

The chapter.from ,which the text is Christian Commissions. and lied Cross one-story cottage, 8-foot hall, front and bo said,""Under tandest thou what thou when they bad gone she went to make cept the minister way over, m ''t r
readout? See what pains God will taketo
Socities all over the world. back verandas four of laud-two the beds. When sho there
Ii taken brings before ns the faith of ; acres cause one to understand His word got they tbe pulpit IIe was a very p
Abel. He believed In God; offered tbe Not only do our good works .surviveus sides planted in shade trees on the when He sees that desire In tbe heart ; were already made. She came down to and used long words thr. "'

.kind of sacrifice God told him to offer: and speak, but the bad do, also. walks, large and beautiful; many bear.' and remember how the Lord Jesus on tho I wnsb dlsnes, and when she got there understand at all. and 1:" 't

Cain did not. God accepted tbat of There are men who are daily blasting lug orang trees resurrection day took two or three hoursto they were nnlsbedl: Sho vrof surprised, tired of watching his breath ni 1
a open the Scriptures to those two who and It went on the same all day. of In ''
Abel and rejected that of Cain. Cain their lives and reputations wives and Eleven and 7-10 acres of as fine land tie clouds vapor tUo cold'alrbe
,
were Blow of heart to believe (Luke xxiv, That night Ellen thought she would
children lor !if little paltry gain. They as will find In the State about thirty was speaking. 4
moved by envy, killed his brother Abel. you ; 32)). May Ills patience be ours. wntch. She peeked through the kitcb- "Then I thought how nice it wto
Abel died, according to Hebrew chronology speak after they are dead. Tbe only bearing trees 15 years old; good barn or 81. "lie desired Philip that be would en door and saw a dwarf dressed In curl up on the scat and take a lltf
life worth living is a useful one. Not pocking houso 36x48, new. come up and sit with liim." 'l'be ,II'eas- '
nearly .ils! thousand years ago, urer of the was a great man and brown u'OuKl'rlllind a red coat. She did nap Nobody was in sight but the mil {
quoop
and yet he speaks to the humAn race one dollar can we crrry across the frontier Two acres of very desirable town lots. at this time tiding, In his chariot, while not tell anybody It went on everyday later, and lie bad taken oft hid glass/

to-day He is an example of faith and of ,our future; only character; the All for,for $1600.00., Philip wen poor and probably; had the and one day the robin sat on the and laid them in the hymnbook, a

: obedience. good we.do; the kind of live( we have This property la all )located In the appearance of a waywoin traveler, rot window sill and chirped as If It wantedto ( knew without them lie never could a

__. My subject this morning Is "After- lived on the earth town of Fort Meade, Fla., near the I see how cordially bo Is received by the get out, for the nun was shttilncr. me when be wan out on Ills -moralujr,
J' s
?
.
.,. ""j'. Death Influence." Let us notice some West Coast and actually cost over }j50000. ,- man of authority Many messages have Ellen let hIm fly. walk and passed me on my way ta
been mid letters unwritten .
unspoken\ ) One day Ellen went to sell the stockings
Will explain object of selling school. So I tucked my- big muff of
of the in which and and Pressing. A. which the Spirit hal whispered because
Cleaning Repairing
men women ,
ways knitted In the She
clear title. Ad- she village.
under head
'. smut give\ a guaranteed gray squirrel' for my and
soul has feared rebuke. It is
timid
speak after tbat change which we term G Bain, Schmid Block, Clematis Av- dress some home her In her
: WlSB PBBRY, our, to oboy; results are the Lord's. Sea came at night, pennies put the foot store to my feet and felt
death. nue. J-g.tf. 3-6 It. West Palm Beach, Fla. Jer. i, 7-0. pocket tinkling as she Bans to the yellow so comfortable that I fell asleep In ode

---------- 32: 33. Ha was rending of some one : moon. As she came to the side of wink

'n. who had been cruelly ill treated but, likea : the bill It opened like a door. Insldo "When I awoke, I was surprised to

r ( ... 'vvlvvvvvvvlvvwvvvvvvvllvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlvlvvlvvvvly. t lamb or a sheep, was dumb before his was like a room, In which were many see the pulpit empty and the sunset
;\ >emecutors-one from whom all justice dwarfs like the one which worked for
it ;; I sparkling through the frosty west win
a d was taken away and who was dually tier all winter. One said, "There Is i I'
p .A dows. I was astonished to flad that 1
alaln. The Is familiar to thatIt
: ( ',/\, ;:,I : does not story affect us.so We have beard us It. human being :watching us." They all. must have slept a long while.( The people ,
looked and rushed toward Ellen
IT'SIt's from the prophets who foretold It and lu suddenly had all gone away wit bout noticingme
\ the gospels from those who actually witnessed and said, "Did you come to steal and I was locked up alone 16 tbe
the fulfillment of the prophecies. our treasure She said "Oh, no." church.
HAT 3
4 The iVe know, or profess to know Him of The robin that she fed all winter "Oh, grandma, weren't ;you afraid
; KNOXj j whom the prophets spake, who ffulfilled rushed through the crowd and said: said little Patty.

every prophecy coucuiuing Ills humllia- "Oh, that la Ellen, who fed me all win "Yes, for I knew it would be quite "
i Best lon, but. how much do we care? This ter. Come, let us nil her basket with dark before evening service, when the \..
; moil read with Interest and astonishment,
3 3There'sCLOTHINOO "
our treasure.. They all and fillet
j ran
perhaps for tbe ficst: time. There are church would be unlocked again. It
<><><> -; many who have never read 1 of Him be- the basket with their treasure.: was turning cold, too, and I put my lit. ,
I I' ty cause those put In trust with the gospel She thanked them and walked borne, tie numb fingers on the foot stove and ','

have not been faithful to their trust her: basket becoming heavier and beavler. i tried to get the tingle out of them.

; Contrast Rom I, 14-10; I Thess. ii, 4. She knocked at her door, and her "Pretty soon I heard some one unlock '

[ f y 34, 33.: "Then Philip opened his mouth father clime to the door and, taking the door. I thought It was the Helton: .., 1;
and began at the same Scripture and
preached unto him Jesus." \Thin be did the basket thought It very hen+y. lIe and stood up on the !seat! to see, peepIng -, .':

; In reply to the eunuch' question, "Of asked from whom she received the over the back of the pew. Oh, Pat. ;\,

whom spenkcth the prophet this?" Philip trensure. He and Thomas were very ty and Jack, how I felt when I !now! It '.'
: 1 1O did not waste any time on the style of KInd and happy ever after. Ellen never was the dignified old minister.himself!
B BENJAMIN'S the prophet or on the possibility of there lad to work so bard, and Thomas and He had left his glasses in tbs bymu- ?.?

I ehiff> two Isalahs, each of whom wrote her father never bad to cut wood.- book and came back to get them. How ''i I')
: part of the book neither did bo so much Lillian H. Bckrelber In Brooklyn Eagle I wished that I had never taken that '

217: j ><>O<>OKXX><>O<>OOOOO 00000oooooooopppop is hint at, the Impossibility of any one naughty napl"However
; writing of things 700,years before they .;!.l,(
Trick With Cola.. I told him how ""
but just rude It) I
happened, from this and other Scripures -
.
I .... .... he made plain the truth concerning Drop a dime In a wineglass and coyer bad been and how I went to sleep In ,' n
There .... ,.... ,. ..... -... :p
r :! II"I S 30, ST. "I believe that Jesus Christ Is dime without touching It or touching or ty hard as I told tbd disgraceful story,'' .
I One ... the Son of God." Compare the confes- moving the glass for I thought be would scold me and lu
:sHU lonif, of Peter and Martha In Matt! xvl, Yon may think It Is impossible, and
:F4E Best eLAII'S ill; John xl, 27. and note I John v, 1, anyone you ask to perform the feat Dever It
Whosoever belleveth that Jesus Is the .
will be of the same opinion.1TIM pussy!1' and then he picked me up in his)
Christ Is born of God. Unless you have
... aims, toot stove and all and
carriedme
talked with and led to Christ soul
.1 r;; ... ever a
1 ... really hungry for the truth.you cannot safe home. \
p'' -:= understand Philip's joy as he, by the I "But what an ashamed little girl beset '
!' : ... Spirit, opened the Scriptures and saw down on our doorstepPersia!
.
>> hU man drink It all in and then ask: to be Gardiner In Youth's Companion.Won '
i Iii! E There's It'sa' 3 baptized. Truly the Lord Himself was t l
4 Matt xvlll 20), and tbe
with them ( : ) Spirit

.. One SHIRT MANHATTAN" 3 3I man wrought belleveth gloiiously.unto righteousness"With the heart and Last year tho when Prlnev'B King Edward Favor. VII.,

with the mouth confession Is made unto v7 then Prince of Wales, was,witnessing

I ..Best = alvatlon" (Horn x, 10)). The eunuch had the Derby bis attention was attracted
believed In bin. heart and confessed with by a smart small boy who was producing
t 1, E 0000000400000000000000000000000000000000000.0.00OOOOpopo 3 3I his i mouth and was quite ready for a fur- the portrait. of certain famous folk
k'' ... tier public< confession before all bis servoU In chalk upon a blackboard. lIe sent

I for- doubtless there were many with for the boy and asked his ace and was
him.
t There's 8S, 39. "The Spirit of the Lord caught W11d Informed that it was sU years He

: away Fhlllp, that the eunuch saw him no then commanded the clever child to ,

One PLACE-It's S ... lore, and h. went on his way rejoicing" draw his portrait which be did in a
j O low strange the whole thing. must have masterly manner In less than a minute

H BestIr seemed to the driver of tbe chariot and and was rewarded with a sovereign ':'l
: lANTH0NY'S the rest of the company-(he stranger 'from the gratified prince. This
precocious
,
Invited to ride with tbelr master, '
.. boy is now earning many pounds qAf
.
earnest conversation, the baptism,
tbe'' a week at his
.-4 : s = Itl = sudden disappearance of the d profession ;

and their master's new joy, which
'r doubt he told them all about and the The Boedle Boo I
ueen, too, when he arrived home I The Oh, have you aver heard at the Boodle
Lord> by Philip wrought a great work Door '
; v'k + :, o-ooo<>ooooooo that day, and some time we may hear H. live tar down In the ocean blu*.
this from the of Tou think be'l a sham andi'm
the sequel to story lips uninsr a
1 : := ba eunuch hlnnelf. I am lure that Phil- But that oram I,
should scorn to do.
LE Palm Beach West Palm Beach Miami 3 I Ip was and has been many a time glad
I that ha won so prompt and obedient Flow do you know of thla curious sorlt
... : low the Spirit of the Lord caught him *3St"I I.*. beard< a fathom quite*
.... away I know not, but I believe that, barns lone ago .ome children I know,
,"1" . p( )@ .4tti Wire all ..
.. I finished hi. work, ba supernaturally on morning bright
: .
COWS IB THE ObASS. .
.. .
r
;
dIsappeared. 'I
ANTHONY'S S1IOKS
-
r ; .. But It Is when know teaming so>> happily down t> the :j.
40. "Philip was found at Asotus and, easy you bow. A. r sea ." ,
I_ n AKB8II.KMT YOU ,
F\ passing through, he preached in all the The., glass and coins will be a* In the When perhaps bAnd .,. found or I might' be, I
i 1. !i !! MALF.8MICN. him afloat In a :.>
I : iltles till h. came ta( Cesarea. Thin Illustration. little boo queer,: j
I '.!!.. . . Jut to have been Philip's
4 .: :- ?? el. ..1 place seems Now blow smartly down one inner cried: "Why, It emit be t.. "
:81 home, and a church was gathered there side of the glass. The quarter will turn
(Acts xxt, 8; twill\ 22)). It matters not That highly original Boodle boo, I
? t .'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJUAAAAAv' whether we find Philip In Samaria or In up on Its edge and the nimble dim Whe'a only been seen by the very I...."

fi (":1 ,, 'f( + #(f.t.t"u ; "--- lu i !U ever preaching Christ. > llrer.doored crystal prison, And I away yiu'd '

w.--.:.. -- ---"k' -- think .have: : dame ail Uq*,_ zsd If

... .: ,
'
.j ." ""l

! _,'U, n+' fN ..! 4atNL.r-.r 0,. r- a m -: I,-' 7.,,''e::'..ww.;:: : ....::. i\-\; ,,;.i. JIjtJI>i ,,, U.-- "r. "w'", ',,'-' f''ii' tI),' ."..,....., .,

-- try tpi, nr, .. ,', ..,., ,, .' ,. ,' W.,""

.