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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1902
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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SEASON Senate Committee Recommends the as They Come and Go. Are you a reader of THE TBOPICAI "Walkover" Shoes-ANTHONY BROS..

: Harbor Bill Amendments. People Whom You Mayor SUN ? The young people miss the great l r

--L4 Car 'e Appropriation May Not Know. You can safely pin your faith to West electric exhibition "
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m !') ',' > Palm Beach. Datura street is to have another handsome .

it 3xTEZ VISITORS MOVING NORTHWARD. Washington April x-(Speclal.)-The Dr.McLeay was la Miami\ on Monday The Breakers closed ,its doors for residence It will- be erected\ on t

Miami amendment calling for a direct on professional business the season Monday. the lot just west ot the Methodist
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ft> appropriation. of 1150,000, and $466,667 Miss Harris, of Jacksonville I'la.,. lathe :' One twelve and one four room house church by Sir W. !I. Royce.Mr. .

"i'be Royal Polnclana, The Breakers and The Palm Beach Have Been continuing contract for harbor' guest of Mr. John B. Beach. for rent. Enquire at thla olilee.s T. J. Peters is going ahead with

i o the Homes of Thousands of Guests During the Season. improvement. has been recommended Dr. J. M. Burgess; of Miami, well | Building operations in West PaInt his tram road and it will\ soon be in
known locally, has been visiting'; friend Beach promise to continue their feature readiness for hauling his crop to the
\ .x.. -. by the Senate committee which has la town. of briskness during; / the summer mouths Buy. where the boats can get it. ,
been In session several Tbi I
""SuccesH; I I. written In large letter every available bit of accommodation_ days. prac Mr. and :Mrsa.Oeorge; : Stephens of An auction sale of \livery bicycles was The young people of the Epworth(


f The season of 1901.just closing Its proprietor Mr. Sidney, Maddock has eighteen-foot project. ThIS amendment last week. I of the Royal Puinctana, when a large pleasant: time ut the "April Fool" socialat

1i' has, been remarkable, in .many' w.V" been congratulated 01all,! sides at the to the bill recommended, eliminate the Mr. C. B Mayberry one of Boy;;ton's number of wheels found new owners Mr. Frank Uuer'a. residence,Tuesday

ad foremost it has 'demonstrated success' this the first year of the dredge; clause which was I in the old bill, prominent fruit growers was in town im James E, Bowman, formerly sheriff of evening r
'-t.. 'G1!I'a ftW':>-the fact that Palm Beach: tae be. hotel's existence. Mr. Maddock. : has 'otherwise the new amendment leaves Monday on business; Brevard County, was transferred to the A. Safrenck\ merchant tailor who hus i
'h..lto"o,/fiSpiue, beyund all question the most pop. found that' It .....111' be necessary > Mr. S..-O. jFUta. of Miami Deputy State Insane Asylum at Chattahoochee been in business here for the past three ,,
".(, ...r; u If Winter resort In the United States before the next season opens" to the b\1ll\ In the same shape as it passed Clerk of Dodo County was a visitor in Inst week ou account of aberration of his years left ou Tuesday with his family, "

'J''J'I{ supremacy as such Is now undisputed t; enlarge considerably some of the dee the Senate at the last session of Con town ou"Beater Sunday. mind. and wilt in future make his home In
2 : reulta of the season, demon. me at* of the house and already Baltimore Md. N,
.)i / igoa. part gress. '
;, Mrs. Philips and Miss Bernice Montague The ferry boat went up the Lake on
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pjj/pt. lt'M Osarejy practical manner that plan) are under consideration fur these of1 Fort Lauderdate were guests Tuesday to tow the dredge to Munyou's The addition to the new dock In about '
therflt.. have at last found the ideal improvements. Social Smoker I ;
a, Park Cottage Sunday. Inland, where tbere U a great deal of completed and it Is quite an improve
Winter )home,,, the Mecca for those in The Palm teach will not close Us A number of business I ment. as the Bulk Head III now +
npreReatatlve; filling to be done during the next few 50x100
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''. arcb thsf health and thatcan door till and will ,Mrs. Ella.; Price,, daughter of Mayor ,
,w of strength April 15111, probably and professional men were entertained week, feet, which should 1 give ample room for
i \ : only:be obtained under Southern reopen about December 1st.THR by Mr. Cuy'I.!' Metcalf at his residence and Mrs. West of Melbourne bus been teams! and outgoing/ freight
[ title and under' the favorable conditions staying In town for a few days. A change of time table went into effjct
CITY HOTELS. ,Wednesday night at a soclat'.lItoket, on the Florida East Coast Railway yes One of the many, signs of Improve.
,;; valt'hera.: .... By no means all\ of the tourlat patronage given[ for the purpose of introducing Mr. Major N! S, Hoynton, of Boynton, terday. Travelers will do well to consult ment in this thriving town' Is the advent

? Fe", holies (lie .1 tI ;runt of ; that has come South this season, has Harlan W. Brush the new proprietor atherof the Order of Macabees left on the schedule printed elsewhere In of anew delivery wagon; for the South. (r,
for his home
1 ; t* ", .., m }each! found accommodation on the East Side. and Mr. Harry It. Brown manager: and Tuesday Huron'Mich.M. morning Summer this Issue of THIC SUN. eru Express, Company' whose Increased
t P b. Leh yeRr; tine figures/ ''are The two large West Palm Beach hotels, editor of THB TROPICAL Srw, lu a social at Port business' has warranted and necessitated
y Itonlghlug..\ and when one considers i the Palms and the Seminole, have had way to those with whom they will be C. IjSwJee/pr the' firm of Hardee On Wednesday morning' a portion of additional\ equipment.

4 f that tbe,tburiat travel is only 'Jn I its I difficulty !In meeting the.requirements.. of thrown IB- contacP commercially and Bros, Along'th f"-largest, grower of the lumber to be" used in' the new Jeaertarn' Some preparatory work lj being doneOn

r, ,' cr '''''''''"Infancy\ ?,there*arises a confidence In the the heavy travel and hot only l lirive these otherwise. The evening was pleasantly pineapples on the tuition., River, Is now black, was hauled on the ground. 1\11'' 'JelTrmon'II valuable lot on the

r, N stability)' of' the locality that la well : hotels had a banner yenr, but the many speii t In smokht1 7'1onverMatlon! and en- at Boynton putting in a crop of Winter Building operations wilt'e commenced corner*of Clematis Avenue and Olive

1r: ,:;'. u' 3ed. 'excellent private hotels and boardinghouse oymentof J the refreshments sum! red la 'ege tables. J just as soon as sufficient, material arrives Street in connection with the erection 01the ff

( >i la a certain teellng of regret at-Weat Palm Bench have also .thodiuingroom/ by Mrs. Gay I. Metcalf, V. S. Bishop manager/: ol the' Burton The Capital Cafe building has) been proposed new business block Con.

w **" ..t S eke season Is overf'local peoplewill enjoyed an enormous patronage. who make a most charming hostess E. Coe Company, left Wednesday night moved from the corner of Clernatla Av traction will be begun at an early date.
for a time jidaa the gay crowd: that The tone in business circles here Is Mrs. Met alf was assisted by Mrs, C. E. fur Daytona, where be will superintend enue and Olive Street and la now located ..1
ill have been the life and sour of Palm decidedly Optimistic\ for the'large build. Hanier and Miss- Kotch. The Palm he building of several streets before re. on one of Mr. Jefferson's lots, further One of the important local attractionsof

Bearh for many weeks, but iV I Is also Ing contract made for Mr. Jefferson !and leach Olee Club was In attendance and turning to Dade County. west ou Clematis Avenue, and adjoining the week was the Young Bro.' Elec

JS') gratifying' that the business interests I' others, means that there will\ be a continued furnished. excellent music and some Fred Thomas, one of the popular assistant the Masonic. temple. ric Theatre, which came here from

F' : here will\ progress steadily, and our era of healthy commercial .enter recitations l by Mr. Armstrong, Mr. II tonsorial artists at the "17" left A private letter received from Admiral. Miami and was located on CIemat

,BBt, f bantu will be In better position prise. Sanders, of Mangonla and Mr. C. E. on Monday 'for New York where he will\ Dewey, at Palui Beach Via., says that Avenue adjoining: Gruber'a furniture
than ever when the next season opens, It Interesting{, In view of the past lumer,' delivered In their Inimitable spend the summer months. \' Thanks this charming spot and its tore. The moving pictures exhibitedwere

to cater to the wantauf the visitors. season to note some of the prominent manner, were highly appreciated. The Miiis Kate Sears, la charge of the city climate, Mrs. Dewey It now much better well worth seeing, and the show
clean and Inttrjbtiug from start
have was to
persona who made Palm Beach a'most
TII>y ROYAL POINClANA. evening was delightful one. telephone office hall been quite ill for a and on the way to complete recovery finish
their Winter home. the _
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This of hotels closed Its doors week past. Her friends will be glad to Jacksonville Evening \Meropolls. -
greatest distinguished 'have been Admiral aid Robert DeMeeicis, the negro whom it
guests who Condition. know however that she "was able to 4
and the few
yesterday, were Mrs. Dewey, Thos. I}. Reed: Joseph aliened stole sonic ailverware from the
A petition Is being circulated resume her duties on We umeaday. On Monday afternoon last an eveut
not yet' disposed to leave forUbclr: Jefferson! James R, Keen Colonel among Royal Poiuclana was arrested at bin
northern home have sought shelter Jacob Astor, Mr. and Mrs Fred. ,V. the! residents of Palm Beach. prayingthe Miss Marion Diamond of New York ol great Interest at the home of Mrs. warding house, ou Washington atree',

elsewhere.. ThftToluciana*with its lion Vanderbilt Henry Phipps, H. Benedict, State Health department to providea City Is at present 6IHog very ably the DeCamara was an egg-hunt participated .and.. not at his ulster'a home a* stated
i, rooms, the 'largest hotel in the world Mr and Mrs. M. R. IngalU Samuel D. health inspector at Palm Beach, to position of cashier at the Honest Profit III by the members of the Sunday-school 1 The sheriff found ou the man'... person t'
has had an average of 1400 gueHls.. per Babcock Jr. remedy what haa. become a CI vlng evil. louse[ having arrived at West Palm of Holy Trinity! Episcopal church. The JtS2In cash. The stolen silverware has

rs. day since January, 15th,. a .record of' "Whitehall:" the, palatial Home of The petition drawl attention\ to the Beach recently from the Jacksonville port was thoroughly enjoyed by the been recovered.-St. Augustine Daily

which'Manager Pred Slerry may well be Mr. and Mrs. Henry M Plagler, was exceedingly -dangerous sanitary condi- branch store. young people.Everybody. Record.Mr. .
And there Is a satisfaction In lon of a collection of negro aliantfea just in West Palm Beach!knows
'proud.' the scene of two brilliant social fuuctlous Mr. J B. Ingraham, third vice-president J.V.. Hull a prominent pineapple .
that guest lias)1"gone) north of the Roynl Polnclana grounds ilr.\ A. superintendent of sale
knowing every which gave added interest and of the Florida East Coast Railway J. Bryan !grower of Jensen who is raising a
44 sway pleased and happy resolved to pleasure to the members of the nart comprising the locality known as the Hstayliig at,tbe Royal Polnciana. Mr. for the Cable Piano and. Organ Company, crop of vuget lIles. on Cutler prairies,
return neat season. The of will ,Stfx. Being outside the corporation Ingraham left hi* pretty steam launch of Chicago and It U Interesting to kuow
I set season 1901 go on wits In town for a short time ou Tuesday,
4 hotel"Tlie Breakers," limits,. and without proper health restrictions Included in the fifteen sale made
and Palm bat
Thoauxiliary record as the mast successful; the his at Fort Lauderdale _came to unroute\ south. While here, Mr. Hull!
&. closed Monday had a dally heap of decaying''vegetablerefuse : Is that of handsome
which on tory of This famous Winter 'resort Beach by train. this week a piano HdXt f.vget to call on THB SUN, and
+ average of six hundred guests in Its 4'j have been allowed to accumulate tll Capt Ceo. E. Andrews the Ca.1 ao.
mainly owing to the fact that :I\Ir,10ltn Erickson, one of the well left n double subscription, one paper for
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In that the condition! have come deplor-
These / are far excessof so
rooms. figure much more ample accommodation was known citizens and business men of MI. Miami is shipping: tomatoes by the !, the bona at Jensen and one for himself
last year'., nod on); go to show that available. In former years the rush of' I ible.Local anil, was lu town ou Wednesday atlend- carload and good prices: are being rcnliyed it Cutler. The people cannot do without
hotel I Health Officer Dr. R. B. Putter
tourists good accommodation

appreciate
the tourist far exceeded the capacity of tfie f.Jt lug to business matters in connectionwith Prices range from $1,7 to $J per TUB SUN ; they need it.
several and
case dysentery
reports
i "" ''' hotels, but this last season saw, a changein other maladies traceable to lheae"unsanitary the Cable Piano Company of which crate and are gradually advancing. Oue Dr. In D. Waterman, of Indianapolu. ,
THE PALM BEACH. that respect. Heretofore the over environments.. 3'; lie la the Dade County agent.Dr. nan, who has\ many acres, states the who bus been spending the season here
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The hotel of most Importance1! outside flow' \had to be' content with pay kind ... ,.-.e.--J..r- i,. Charles 11. Howtand .of New commission men will not allow him time Lan broken the record for a catch of

of the Eaat Coast system, is 'The Palm of shelter, and naturally the impression .. Haven Conn., 1 Is visiting his pineapple to aleep, they are so anxious to secure blue Hsu. Yesterday afternoon, while
0 Beach.. It. situation on the shores of was formed that the city was simply Lost. plantation at Wavvland, after an absence his crop. fishing from the bridge he landed a 1

beautiful Lake Worth has made It an overwhelmed l Wiih commendable enter An oval tninature cameo; plo,, pictureof of 0ger .three year. Dr., How- A wedding was solemn lied at the home huge blue fish, which, wbeu weighed

attractive hostelry, and it bassinet 'the prise, the various inter,sta t here proceed. a'youog: girl about 18 years of age. land will stay in the South for at least a ol Mr. Blanton Fern Street,on Wednesday tipped' the beam: at 14.4'pol>nd.. This
.demand felt at Palm Beach for year*, for ed to overcome the difficulty, and the Article lost either In West Palm Beach fortnight before leaving for humus evening when Rev. Mr. St\lrgl., fish is said to be the largest of its kind

.n.. hotel tbat would supply all he comfort result bas been that although this season or on bicycle path atWest Palm Beach. Mr.J, Stanley Moffatt Manager of the pastor of the Baptist Church united in ever caught In Lake Worth and] the doc

i' of the big hotels at ,much lower rates baa been even core successful' than Reward of jtio offered to finder; if returned Western Union telegraph office at Jacksonville ,marriage Miss Cora Cordes of' Diytona, tur created a great deal of Interest as he

"The Palm Beach" Is familiarly known as Its predecessor, yet at the same time .. to C." W. COUBMAN, formerally manager of the Welt I Fla., and Mr. W A. Cox, of this place, walked home with his prize. '
"the next to the largest hotel la the all have found a home .in sunny Palm Went Palm Beach the
Palm- Beach office spent Easter with 'The happy couple are receiving Mr. Vincent A. Bishop manager for

r.,' world.. It has over 304\ 'room and Beach, ... Friends in town. He was greeted by hearty congratulations of many friends, Burton E Coe Company's work here
: --- Married. many warm personal friend during: his for' the groom is a prominent contractor leaves for Daytona and, St. Augustine to t

: Auxiliary Elect Officers. Cox-Cordes.r: -Al the residence of Mr. brief stay.' and builder of this place, Mr.: and 1\trl. look out for the Interests of his company
NEW
.ANOTHER :u ,
d ; Time annual election of the officers of Blanton, Fern street West Palm Bt-ach, The Misses Dllrt., of Parkersburg West Cox will reside on ,the East Side. there. This company does very satin ; ;

BUSINESS t ? BLOCK. the Woman's Auxiliary In connection by Rev. Sturgis, pastor of the Baptist Virginia who have been laying with The retiring proprietor of Tag TROPICAL fictory work, and among other large

\ with Holy Trinity Episcopal Church church on Wednesday April z,- igoa friend In West Palm Beach for the past, SUM Mr. Guy I, Metcalf, was the contracts they laid the tennis courts at
.; J was held In the church on Monday after !Miss Cora Cordes, ol Daytona, }Florida two month, left Monday evening for genial boat of what might properly be Palm (Reach which have been pronounc
... Dr. "'Munybn Will Build a Large noon. The following" were chosen to to Mr. W. A. Cox of Palm Beach.Notice St. Augustine and Jacksonville where termed Hn family gathering,"' of the ed excellent by all the leading crack

Store,for M.'E. Gruber, Hardware pr.sld ova the destinies. of this Impor- -- ,-- .a.---. they will visit before continuing the employee and staff of Tug SUN held at player from the North and East who y' ,4

} ,.- '' Merchant.West taut branch' of' church work for 1901: journey homewards, the East Coast Restaurant Monday have played on then We call attention {

.J. Prenldenl Mr.. (Dr.) Buruham; Vice advertising and job account doe Miss Ora Beagle) the highly esteemedand night!, The occasion was taken edvan. to their adveitlsemeat.

Palm Beach is to nave another !President, Mrs. M. C. MadiilOn;Trea.... theT oricAtSutt Pus. Co. up to and accomplished\ daughter of Mr. F. V.Seagie tag ol by Mr. Mtcalf", t,..express the Messrs Sheen & Hightower a well fif

large business block. are, Miss Ladle Crntcufield; Secretary Including March 89 1901,, are payable to proprietor of the boarding houseon sorrow he felt at severing those tie o f known real estate firm, have temporarily
Yesterday afternoon Dr. Munyon Mr*. Porter. !Mr. Guy Metcalf. AH subscription accounts corner of Datura Street and Railroad, business relationship! which bad always closed their office and during: the sum'
made arrangement to erect at once a The next regular meeting of the are payable to,tLe new manage Way, who baa been here on a visit to existed between) the management and flier months will\ engage actively fieldwork ,
,three-Mory brick block at the corner of Auxiliary -will b4 .held on Thursday meat her' father, returned to her borne at Office stiff In Introducing Mr, Brown in connection with timber limit

..' Clematl Avenue and Olive Street, di. evening of next week April Goth, at the --_.r Gainesville, Fla., on Monday morning' he gave voice to the wish that these ami urveys. Mr. Hightower left recentlyfor t',

r'n\: tt1 opposite the State B"nk.1J home of Mrs> Everett, Datara street. The Leamington and Park Cottage.Mrs. train. Mia Beagle expressed herself at cable/and friendly relation would con, Georgia and will work southwards,

/ l The new building' will ,be ready for -,--.-.-- Madison has again assumed the delighted with Ibis place and enjoyed done under the new management and aiuf'ln, a few weeks Mr. Sheen will start : "

r occupancy about October tit, and it will. A. 8. Botaford & Co .carry a large control and management ol her two I her visit hugely t and after a month's that Tiia TROPICAL SUN would continua I out far the luttrior" of this State, with 041 r;

have for a tenant the establishment welt known' of hardware U.K. stock: ,of new ribbon Call and see pretty hotel, The Leamington and ParkCottsgtt. I stay here tnade'many friends who were to advance. prosper and make wthe expectation of meeting hi* partner ';
and furniture and assisting ID the work.
them. I loath to see her lean friends
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;I II THE TBOMCAL SUN, WEST PAL( BBACH, FLOBIDA, FBI' DAT: A ja ,(DUE. t A

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.Utlan In Alabama Newly Furnished Throughout .. Rates, *I.BO vv omy ___. Manilla House
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TAKES UP THE CUDGELS IN SUp-

,,}. ,:.' PORT OF STREET CAR STRIKERS. Montgomery The Rev. tSdgor,!:Ala., Gardner chairman Murphy of the Alabama of- :. not. ,", THE) ., :. 1LLINGWOltT11 cciui Ic h. tRS. TIFPANV.;: PROUL.: Prop

n'"1",',..1,>''1" state committee which seeks to j CommercialrVHote'l ATTORNEYS AND C0t/AjfcU0ff5,]t fi p ''V.f ,1:
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I" The' Spirit That luaplred the A. n. ; .
I abolish the labor of young children In West Reach Clean Rooln'AmI
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I. 't! V. SlilMe. In Every L'.. of a Illnw- : u, k
/ that state, It at the Hotel, St Denis; Mt > 19.91
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\\1 tug A" lre.. to the WorklnKinon ..* ;
I rd, Terre Ilitote. gays the New York Times, where he CCEMAXIS-AVENtJE: \ : NIAR'JEFI tON BLt>CK' : Good- ,
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'.\ said to a reporter that New England '."',,, v.'v W' i. MIflTCALN1ATTORNEYA1LAW' -
I The of the Terre Haute Food
employees largely to blame for ; C. ProprietorSpecial C .
Street Hallway company were compelled capitalist/ were ? :, ,;: Wj lBCHMID, : '... A I
it has been y t
the conditions under which -' -' rr'r'
to strike agahmt the poor pay ;IN.OTAHY'PUBLIC, :, H.ajytt'yi. .
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conservatively estimated that in some ." ; ? Rate $3.00 Per Week -
I Ibutf hours and unfair conditions : l Attention to AH"Kooms; Lighted Will praotlnein.Couniysti"TnU! 111'1'1. :
sections of the'south more than 20 percent Court .. .
placed upon them by the managers of 'TravelllnVMcn ."WHh'Gas1' !; i 1' TA61q'"ew: .: ;;: : .. Week
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'I't'A J the company. Terre haute Is theft : of the employees are lens"than .. ... ", LAND CA8H9 BPEClAtTY. ,, _11".._...... -1 :.t,

jJ 6\ borne of Eugene V Debs, and knowIng fourteen: ,years of age. The protectionto : Free Sample Rootrt. ,;;: lirDdeta Tuol'lC'A'Butt' i Blank, ';1''i'; Near Corner I'oinsett{ and Banyan' 3IBEl! PStreets' !t. f:
'' that tear children ho said was removed as a JaMfTHE. Wont 1-nlm Ituach DnU. Cuttnty. ; Jloi-lila .. 0
lu the ,
all the nets case "
\ ,1\i, ; Issued concession to a mill brought into Ala ..................................................... V.JV1I.tt ... ...-. I..J", ]$ .
1I I leas champion of labor's\ causa has ..
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Women ; WEST PALM ; I' ri9
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an address the Men --- BUACHt ,,1: ''t1.
lust sessions of tho ?
efforts during the l .
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7 f and Children Who Toll, published In legislature: / to have the protection restored A2TURNIIYALA nr.V.+<

l'' P The Toiler, in which, after carefully the most 'aggressive and effective TRAVELERS 'j -
details of the controversy Corner Olive" *nd Datura street*,
netting out the opposition came from salaried VOSS HOUSE t
l'.; ; between the men and the corporation representatives northern Investment. ln-6-i WHAT PALM JJKACH, FLORIDA

I, ho makes an appeal from which While New York and Massachusetts; NEW MANAGEMENT, .!.'! The ;moat reasonable Board H j

t the following Is taken: ho said, protect children up to fourteen LEWI. ,llouiia inBoard e
MRS. :N. F. Jacksonville Fla. 1\-J.
,i The. vicious 'public sentiment" made years, Alabama only seeks .to protect GARCA.Prop'r, ; 1,
"', to-'order will be dissipated like mintbefore hers"up' to twelve, and he holds that "" '.. "Arl0RNEY-Ar-UW and to It ..

,i who work it..U an economic well as a humanitarian and NOTARY PUBLIC. Evornla Street, lust Eset of.Mlta Tlektw
Ie ; the suu If the men Electric Lights; Electric Bells TJathfl, Complete Service.
simply stand together. The naked question."To Agent of the U. S.Fidelity A.Guaranty Co.,el B. 0. VOtj 1Vo uCi'l9 +a

facts are there. Lies may conceal but protect these children is to"protect The Best $.2. O' per day' Hotel in Florida. U.ltlmor., Mil.orner iet. of
the operatives of the future? he Oil...',at of ClomattH Arooue soNar-
cannot cancel them. said. "The conditions of child labor Take ear it. the Union l tiepot and auk the Conductor to atop at Travelera.. lil-1: ell,.....Palm Mtr.it.lienuli.HP. over. Btrohtu'a icure, 14.1903Went Auxilliary Yacht"ARTHTJB
\ .
This sad eyed corporation is not result In the depletion tbe vitality J I ......-.0-
owned by "widows and orphans" as and efficiency; of the future opera

we have been told, but the same old tlve." IJKANNINO, B" '
t ,r
bunko game Is played with the suiootU Chairman Murphy said that be bad ,mt
BURTON CUE GO. arid COUTlljeJ Law
E. Attorney
,', old plutocrat In widow's withered beard It stated that the northern owners ,Mokes daily trips between

weeds, watered with orphans' tears to of the mills are striving to perpetiinfa I (Once OVQI" Bank,). : /
.IJ I to calm present nnrwlltlnnn-. with tlila very I I "S
soothe the storm again
1\1 ;; 3-16 WEST PALM BEACH FtA WestJ'Palm'1Jeach ,
end lu view, reasoning that as long as 190 an
The "beautiful machinery" of these
,i Gravel
"widows and orphans" has had mote they ran keep down the intelligence Roofing . Concrete Asphalt Paving

,fl praise la the press since the strike I.f Is and efficiency of southern operatives JAMES ANIMIKWS, :) tinyon's'ISl
their New' England mills will be
great
,f than all the slaves that suffered -
on ever This ; after "considerable work for
to make comfort and convenience safer from competition in the finer Company, doing 4TTORH Y.Ar.lAW,

possible for those who hold them grades of products. He said he did McDonald, McGuire,, Mr. Hamer (agent for Joseph Jefferson) NOTARY PUBLIC -Stopplnfl tt all Folnti of Iptsrest.1 -'' e

in contempt.For not share this opinion. Reform In Mayor WhtllJln{ ,. Dr. Munyon; W. P. Hatchett Anthony rrowciitlDft, Attorney of Brevnrd Co. .1,.1Steamer
i" child labor and the educational movement
$1BOOOOO is Hits company bond In the south have much in common Brothers and others, will go away for the present but will be PT' PlltltCI\\: AND TrrusviLtitrFLA.SaSlyr.
1 I ; ed. It pays taxes on $250.000:! or one- leaves West Palm Beat:
sixth the value of its property. he sakL"When back to complete 'contracts for work Tie re and Miami in

1 1 This Is the robber that has the nerve children from six to twelve AUGUST. Any one desiring work of this kind would do well M. UOJJH1NS, at_ 10.30: A.M. Returning ? ,,,
to tell must the law.Thirty years of age are at labor In the mills GEO.
us we obey ,.,
years ago when "beautifulmachinery" for from ten to twelve hours a day, the to write BURTON E. COE COMPANY, either Jacksonville and Counsttor-at-Law. arrives at 4.3(1'( P.t\!: 1" ,

was unknown we bought I'' educational provisions of philanthropyor or Tampa. Our' prices are reasonable, and all our work. la Attorney .

six tickets for a quarter from the driver the state-must seem like a mockery guaranteed. Will practice'In State and Federal Courts, saMaf *

>'I'' ; today we have to pay the nickel I of their helplessness.. : _East Coast Work Solicited xITUSVILLEFLA. Round-Trii|, Fare, t .15 Genial,;, ,
In regard to statements that great
straight unless we lose a day and have _t-aj-iyr i af&G&ZlflRjsMS.w-',
4 ourselves identified at the company's philanthropy was shown to the child '
N B.- blue Baling and( ITdtt" ti
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office during banking hours. workers in the mills"by their employers 1>. EATON, M. D. Finest v
be said in one controlled fTora S 1t@xixSiixi( <(ii3, >(S <9< KS>(< i>@ The company does not pay the employees will S'
one red cent, but you and I do Boston a little girl of eight years old (i; Xti@1 HOMtEOPATHISTWEST flea.tr-tf

pay tbeTji all and send the foreign owners had all the fingers of her right: humlt01'U J. M. BR0SKContractor PALM 11 EACH. FLORIDA.

handsome sums besides to let us from their sockets being the sec Ail. npMldonca.oppnHlU Mqthocllfit, Church." Ofllcet'lfiftiuvtlH .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAA.. .
ride In our own streets. ond accident of the same kind in the I Avtmuttt neat toManonJu' Temple.oekv Private 3CV: .rr51'' < y kMt.
: This and same factory. As compensation for i Handled ) bourn H to D a.m., 2 to 4 und T to bp.mHuntltiyt .. .
corporation uses my streets i Buildings 2 to 4 .'o.8plclal I..IC.1rudrycvernlaSheet.Daily + +
streets, without which its the loss of her hand the owners promised and Builder d (
r" your property Attention Glron tn Diseases of 8e>alnna 8:10:: to n'a. M. E.
would not be worth a farthlng.w her continued employment at 0 on CommissionPlans Woiueo and Children "utoe tosuop.emo .

1 This makes us stockholders even cents Bvday. -- Piano laaaoua by nrranveinent.arfMHleL.. t"2\ r.YYYYTYTYTTYYYYYYYYTTY .1

though we do not share in the profits "The fundamental principle of our I j TT, O. UO01>rl I. D, Y
,: "", Its piracy drains from the veins of its appeal not that Alabama Is guiltless and Specifications Furnished Ll ,

$ l living rolling stock now out on strike. or that the north Is willfully Indifferent PHYSIOIAN AND sunaerNUffina
," Chairman concluded. on Application : R.rae?
Not less than 75 per cent of "thepublic" Murphy : .
"That would be to the north over Strolun'a store, WEST 1'At.M "
unjust
Is In the class and
t 1 working : WEST BEACIia FLORIDA, nllmjsrGnke gays that Peter
PALM 11KAOII.!: Rastduncuaeur' Rnyal rolnotul. -
,
and unjust to own of
It therefore it is "the public" under our our sense right .
} ;j institutions, and Its voice Is law and and truth. Our elementary condition . . . . .O( )tUCVXt Ott el.a PALM BEACH. U-l
(II I even corporations can be compelled to is simply that tile common consciencewill That we have, at all times,

'. obey its mandates. bold and should hold tbe capital ll JU. POTTKK. J'l., D., a choice line ofFLORIDAANDWLS
1" All that is needed is that the workers of the east to the moral and economic .
stand stand together standards of the east The appeal of rate,
together just once, CRIPE
J A.
ld! our C. J. 8-38-O8 WEST PALM BEACH FLA. ,
if every wheel must stop to committee has not been without ,1,1he

< show some people who despise you response. We care to Indulge in no Mount '
i, @ that when workIngmen so will it the recriminations for the past. We have C. 1 PLAITS BI. D.
machinery of society stands still and prayed that In our approaching strug- HEADQUAR'1'JCR& FOR EAT'Liveand

every hearth is fireless and every master gle the north will stand with us and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.

helpless. not against us, for we have no intention Telegrams delivered nil hours of thu day '
1
Fine Novelties Artistic Shell Goods '
Jewelry and
a Let the word go forth that Manager whatever of seeing her Invest- "n1 night Dressed Tur

Clark's challenge is accepted by all menta at the south 'embarrassed by 1 2-a<-iou FORT riBRCB. Fla. Chickens Butter
in Souvenirs Black Aluminum Nov- keys
Wedding ,
the hosts of labor and let It be a "flgbt complex and oppressive labor legisla i: : ,
'' to a finish" and "damned be be who tion. Our motives cannot long be mis toilet DH,. JlOUOUTON Cheese, Eggs, Etc. **"
and elties Articles
'
Birthday Holiday and
awl', first cries hold, enough! understood.. : : "DEN TOS"
Next let all men, women and children !- In South Carolina the sentiment for
who are with us enroll their the more humane regulation of child Gifts. '. Toilet Sets in Sterling. HOLLAND DOCK. FIIONK tll ..
P Prompt Attention to Man Orders
names with pledges never to enter a labor\ is growing, as tbe following dispatch V WEST: : PALM BRA<:IL .

cur in Terre Haute until the fight Is I from Columbia shows: T ,
won and justice done and let the canvass I, "The bill for the restriction of child A Foil: Line of Latest Magazine and Periodical. Always On Hand. L.T. DANIUL '

be complete for the time hast labor In the cotton mills has been rejected '. Faber Bro's. Market t

t- 9 1 come to draw the line and know wbo I again, the house refusing to concur DENTIST

t i is with us and who with the corporation I, with the senate, ns was tbe case a Under,Semluole Jlolei, West Palm Beach. COCOA. INDIAN RJV1tR.,FWRtUA.t.ts-HIo 'West' :Palm Beach.
II In this struggle. year ngo. A decided advance In public II-M-tf -

It Next let a canvass be made of the sentiment however was indicated I. MKTCA1.F. .
r working class for fifty miles around in the house vote, which this year was GUY

and have each man, woman and child 62 to 04. A year ago only thirty-two West DIStICK & Itl GI<::T", New Idea in Trunks.The NOTARY PUBLIC trBI'CYCLES

1 who can contribute from one penny members of the house favored tbe Proprietor. .
Far the State Florida at .
qf targt.Deorfa
upward each week to create a fund measure. This year, too, the bill was Palm: P
from which to weekly pay the strikers given more consideration. Long hearings e Mortgage Drnftvd., Leases and! Contract ;

while they hold the fort in the committee room were followed Beach Cnnvoyancing a Speclnlty. Wheels]kept\ in first-class con

Next, let a monthly demonstration of by two days of debate In tbe All oittoo Work Uuitrantved lu rnopHui.Legally HUN Uloi.k Correct, dition. When you want to rent'a
i Inbor be held In Terre Haute and have house. The debate followed the lines. WMt Palm Bxavb. Dada l ruuntr. Flnrldn.Sucotttor good.easy-ridtOK Wheel, go to
it Increase In numbers If the strike l Is of a year ago pleas for humanity's Drug

prolonged until the working class In sake being met by claims that the agitation i \yALLACE U. MOE8. E. ,PORTER '

general Is out to bear testimony of was prompted by mill ownersin !
Its loyalty to men who are bravely the north and that such restrictionsin *** -Store. to A. W Robert,

fighting the battle of all. South Carolina would drive needed REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE And 'Get. .

? 1" Next, let It be understood that the mill labor Into adjacent and more "lib Aleut for Went Palm Reach Town Lots al''e') I
tit ", people who support the company and eral" states. -DEALERSIN- i' =,,wnil ThN West fill Bench Water worker Rambler "
A
j M UNeai NOTARY PUBLIC. _
F, are Its friends have that unquestioned Clematis Avenue near Olleeatreet -
', rl;,bi and privilege and by the same plea !. eke I'BloMe. Toilet Articles 11-21.11101. Weal Palm lleucb. Florida'T. '

L token It Is your right and privilege to Edward Boyce president of the West Drugs, Wheels For Sale.
let them also sell their wares to their ern Federation of Miners has In his I). BROWN, .. .

t I i", friends, possession a statement from a mine I Fine Stationery anoDruggist's .
''f. Next have the working class prepare owner who sympathizes strunxly, with Stallman Dresser Trunka"p..nl. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. And General Repair Work done by ,an '': ,,
; u y \ Its "book of remembrance" and organized labor and who although a Plan and apeclfleatlona preparedJ Expert Repairer
.
+ Sunaries.PrnscriptionaCareftillv'Compounded. new Idea. in trunk. II INportabla a "hl>lna work given prom attention at d
, n y when completed have it printed for future member of the Mine Owners' association ? rtr.*luff cane,with dm wer. Inktomi of Shop on Dntorai Stl'Mt. Olive Street West Palm Beach_
,& ,, service. On the fly leaf should be does not approve of tbe attempts trays, :; 's place fur.veythmng: > from it hat tocol : I
fur button,and the bottom la ae acreiutlble .
1 1 ,l printed this extract from the speech\ of tbat are being made to destroy labor East Coast BuMluess Solicited.WRMT the top. C....,. no mor.thana good box tiuuk KORQU O. UUTLKIt.
Wendell] Phillips delivered to workingmen organizations "I can Inform you," the- Hltlppd!;! C. O D. with JJe: .la\II"\: x..miue.Twocent p 1' ,
,; ,for ,
In 1872: mine 'owner writes to Boyce "that PALM HKAWf: 'Ii.! O Hrt ulamp Illuatt atvd CIVIL ENGINEERAND AGENCY :

( I w 4f you want power In this country; your unions are! honeycombed with "- F. A. STALLMAN.

if you want to make yourselves felt; spies who will try to make them the OH Went Spring Street, DEPUTY COUNTY8URVEYORFOR -
If you do not want your children to scapegoat of other people's schemes, Stop 0m Privileges I I T-'-ijT ooi.immis. OHIO. -DADE COUNTY. CONTINENTAL

, ( wait long years before they have thee claiming that the shutdowns. In Butte Allowed by the Seaboard Air : 11'.Lnut R. C. *y eat for rOMfANU elmS nU-E Department'LA 6-,-ot._the
bread on the table they ought to have Ronsland and elsewhere are ou account Line Railway on Winter Tourist ,

the leisure In their lives they ought: to of stock jobbing but the real Intent Is Tickets Visit PLANT COMPANY

t have, the opportunities in life they the suppression of your unions. The ,Seaboard Air Line Railway
ought to have If don't Mine Owners' sb--; ;;;
+ ; you want to association, which extends Camden pines and Operate. the only
) a wait yourselves write on your banner over tbe continent wherever mining Parlor CarsBetween Pinehorat on way home. 'fileeaboard high-class OfKittrell N. C.
your dally train between tit.: ,
r i to that every political trimmer can IH carried on ns well as In England Al1gu tlne, ,de
rt'llIllt.! so that every politician no mat- and other parts of Europe realizes that Jacksonville and Tampa Air Mne Railway Is the. Jaofcsonville and New 1'orlc. Observation 1

l ::t tvr how shortsighted he may be. can your organization Is getting far too daily over the. Seaboard Air duly line operating' double dally Compartment, Drawing. STRAWBERRY: PLANTSCa.bbA.ge <

rend ItVe: never forget! If you strong and will have to be checked Line Hallway, leaving Jacksonville service. Leave tit.; Augustine 8:65 l! Boom and Dining Car, of Pull : .,..ti
.. "
," launch the arrow of sarcasm at labor, and It has outlined nnd Is putting ., :30 a. in. a. in. and 6:10 p. 'm. Leave Jacksonville i man's; latest models, constitute. the. Tomato il'valary Plaulil "'

;.,' :. we never- forget. You may go down In operation a system to accomplishthis -- -- -- .. 10:10 a. m., and 7:40: ,p. m. personnel or these superb trains. vn.ntis.Ttnx, FINKS ";y;
on "our knees and say "I am sorry I object. It realizes that 'It cannot Leave A Specialty ;
tit. Augustine dally at 8:55: ; ;;
Are You Going
,
"" lid the net" and we wlll,.ny. "It will cripple the federation by makingthe /
nvnlt ypu In heaven but on this side tight In one place, such ns To Riehmnd Washington, Baltimore Trained Nurses. i i a. DJ. Leave Jacksonville daily at r VV handle O. I".Ro Tatxr..*a and Glee-PlawAHntf at. Planta fur 1 I

i ''I'It'i .. of the grave never." So that n man Ro sland. bat will work all other localities Philadelphia or New York? Can be obtained by t telegram or postal 10:10: a. ts.. "aliare o(yout patronage.aolulted Mary Fla. '

In taking up the labor question will in sympathy wherever possi The Seaboard Air Line Railway addressed to Church: Home and Hoopital ) MMHMaMMMBMMMBMMBBMMMMBMMVMMMBMMJersey

,f, know lie Is dealing/ with a hair trigger ble." Boyce'a friend says the working offers you the. choice ot two elegant Orlando Florida. Terms II IS! per Cows For Sale. MAIL ORDKR9!: PROMPTLY PI1.J.1tDAddreMl"RANK'tJOt"Je.
;Y 'q pistol I nnd will say, 'I am to be true to forces are to be reduced and every effort week. > .a-iitr
train the
M.tropnl1tanLhDo .
daily ,
The
justice and to man; otherwise I am adead made to create a large surplus Of Season being nearly cio ed, .
duck.!.* unemployed miners. When the Idle lied and the. Seaboard Fact Mall. I desire to sell some! of my Jersey i-n-tf P. 0. Box 144., Weal" r.lm'Beaah 'PI* t* !
New louse, Boat tat
The corning demonstration l Is eminently men become restless It will be an easy Leave tit Augustine 11.8 :56 a m. For particulars address Sale O. or A.Charter Rave, Milch Cows. It Void at once, willelHcoeap. >:r":..." '

,t' the right thing at the right time. matter to create confusion and discord or 6:10 p. m. Leave Jacksonville care of TROPICAL SUN West Fatal Call on or address -
Let It come. We care nothing about force strikes cal lockout. aid 10:10 a. m. or 7:10 p. m. Beach. S 11. P. Du, Palm UeachFJ. 3-310 KNOX IIATS-Ifa ldard of the world ,;i iat
the dark hint as to what this work- break the union. Airruorrvs B O9. ''J",.

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tEMPUEFrnttM'nnl 10."t", .n.:J: wn J .uLa.UTERNI9 which mllpo.lf1): : 'witv'1,) '''I I V OOBYIOOB! M. E.RU BER, 1)E.tI.En) IN... HARDWARE I ..I .


The frntenjjt/LulJilIng whloli wl'IjWfcetod ---
CROCKERY and
( on tT grounds of tho
Lot
V? This 9iinon of tbe year Is the great ann ..PurelJltlxposltlOIl/ ] to be bet 1St Stove Wood ; .,
bnr ""' tliuw tot Odd )JJTullowshlp! \ says '
a Louis I'3ri903 will be 800 by 200 FURNITURE
Delivered to. Any fart of Tow
.
Odd
N 1\ Fellow. "Strike while i-rct In area I wo stories high, with a rf
t : iw, ., lP. hot," but be careful not to In&W open cb rt In the center, which Is \
#9 4 tempered too highly. In other to 'be decorated as a tropical garden. Leave orders at Wood Yard, on Cle i ;., +" All Kinds of Boat Coods.

r i, watch :your nmterlql, and beSMJ It will be surrounded on both the ex- mall Avenue, near,the railroad track, JlIC'cte-.n.t. Bicjwla s.. d..... Stcnt,Tinware,Doors,Sub IDI! Blind
I'y,' they whom you receive are wor- tenor and interior with porches sixteen address:
-;;- tuet All.Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods
,, wide with massive Doric columns
gsQth'totiR! < t clC.:$fttito!, the reading of the There will be four entrances, one on ;f : 0-0-tl Gt.........,lmp and L 1ltern.. Harrison ltr Mall Orders Ol *u .r..t Attention. 11-i-oj
uui Ifl Upt imperative /' .

M A lodjto-jjifctiw'snjbfqul,. la measii6fj3ylWTnianjirtnrOr -..-- t

r '
r d or the uuinbtrt of Us members,

i f charity but by that the It spirit manifests.An of brotherhood. ,) and PAUL C. JONES W. C. MINNICK I! Truscott Boat :MTg Co., i :

r *
a
1t, Odd Fellow should attend lodge r W CONSTRUCTORS: OP .
tr d; jtilnrlyj! ; whether be In In arrears or JONES & MINNICK

I Ills presence la always needed i I High Grade Pleasure Craft I
?' d-good to make a good, active lodge .I
.i. /The grand encampment of Maryland Contractors It "
w E js-'decided to- Invite the sovereign .. Building t' K o Vapor Marine Motors. o',

W ntl Iodg4 to, \bold Its 1003 session atd o o
V J. D. O. MORRIS Agent
,' ,
i bo _Rattt I ore o ;

t ...X,'. : I'"t a r I'i. ONIC-.l.- Only the Best of Mechanics tcte .West Palm Beach, Florida oo ,, p


-- Our Contracts o7soAo1so11o1to7soirol.oisoleo7eol.oAooisoleo7so7eol1o5.ol o9so1.o11o11ox
x Employed on
t A 61.. not Cr7D1U a..o.r.-Loc1W. (
.iJ {t.",". 11 l'ot... Q. A. GALE C. C. CTJTTKELI '
VACADB OV IKOPOHED TKIIPLD OF :FRATKUN1TV. W :
{ Jlng, to tbe Infest statistics of '
L WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
./fptlc' Masonry, The Keystone, ;
/ says each Bide of the building, leading 13-20-tt: MAN GONIA BOAT WORKS
p. \1lulllacbullatts baa (1,318 Royal and Se- Y' '
5" betMaetereOhioblSBMicbigan4,537: through to the court, furnishing mag 1 .-oc:
(
r 1'11" 'ew York 4,141'Connectlcut'3,9S2' IIInoht nificent corridors or passageways C. C. CUTTISELL, )lana PJ'. J
ay through the building In each direction, '
,, ,3lCibldlana 2,828, Maine 2,532[ -- --
The ..building will contain at least Shipwright ,Caulker and Spar Maker.
Mew. Uamii/Jra 1.5KI and rennaylvunla ; .
eighty rooms for the scparnte accommodation G.:

J',+ fitales 1,875, 60,311; total and membership 033 subordinates In.United, of In the its respective construction societies where cooperating W. S. BELL MARINE RAILWAYS \


if'' #:::'j ..grand'The masters appointment dates of..back1'district'In Pennsyl1823. deputy- they members can receive during 'arid their entertain visit to their tbe Contractor and BuilderWEST and. Boat Shops. West sido of Lake, : ..

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!f1,1; "!bout; world's falr:,..whlle the exterior and Interior :,
...; f Masonry la not sectarian, but It claims .porticoes and tropical garden will MANGONIA., f
M ; >be perfect harmony with the pure provide a common resting place for all. PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Estimates' :burnished on New or Old Work. "i I I

end moral teachings of all creeds. Tho building will likewise be providedwith The erection and. repairing of Buildings of all descriptions given personal Vessels hauled out and taken care.ot for the Summer .. (

"' Tbe grand master of Colorado decld- a tree dispensary for the sick for attention. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED;; IW'AII' Work Done With Neatness and .
+ ; y .t1 that "tbe doath of -a brother In n both men and women in the care of a ON APPLICATION. All work well and promptly Dispatch.SEA
duel, In a brawl In a Ut of Intoxication competent! medical commission; a done. References given if desired. SKIFFS A SPECIALTY JI-J-oa.:
9
pr In any other disreputable manner; branch postotttce, telephone service, Completely Equipped for First-Class Plumbing
prives him of the right to Masoulc checkroom, writing, reading, smoking .
and Residence on Evernla Street near Lake Front. P. 0. Bos 361.
rial. lounging rooms, Indies' parlors 1 i-H-tr LAKE WORTH BOAT WORKS

(An exchange remarks: "Don't..forget and,, In fact, every convenience and ap- -- ,
/hat the lodge kicker has a place wlth\ purtenance necessary to. the comfort [A. T. KOS13! Proprietor., '

Jibe. the!game as ho has with the cburcb.l and enjoyment of the members of fraternal Want Launches, Yachts, Sail and Fish UoaU, Row Boats and Dinghya)

i -0 be--without.. him would be contrary octettes,visiting" the world's fair. a'House Built, to Order Overhauled, Repaired or Hauled Out. ;

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Boat Yards
at
.< r.fIe..! Mangonla. -
'i '9' t?v .i te Texas Masonic home owns In fee THE ROYAL ARCANUM.
I'I' phnple 213 acres of Innd, has substan- Built ? tO-l8tf P. O..o/ldr WEST PALM BRACH, FLA

':lj"It Ji' 0<)l fiat buildings and Is possessed of total Report on It. Financial Not.. Condition.Conncll (

)V t .assets Amo)1ntlD) ,to 181000. The; joint commission from Massachusetts II. 'I'. Grant, Contractor and Builder la prepared to give f 4y
Do You Want
.saldXtbdt Masonic'K a
I It there Is a
:': .
and Connecticut appointed to prompt service and satisfactory work to anyone needing /
Vlll Lcvu,
'Ityfiuvn na FIJIIs-
examine into the financial condition of anything in tbe construction line. STEAMBOAT ? f fdons
lanils W.hllv. them to Sell,and If.we haw
the Koynl Arcanum at: tile request of on hand to.ult,we can build
The charity; fund of the grand lodge that organization, reported as follows: Call( on or address Just wane you"'...t.

of Pennsylvania, according to recent Total assets, $8,017,012; disbursements, H. T. GRANT :i
We are also Prepared
t statistics, Is $210,000. 2,200,410; total liabilities. $085,000; ,

Bombay. India has a lodge, It la said, amount In reserve fund. $1.650,044. 6-6-1902 WEST: PALM BEACH, FLOKIDA. To Furnluh". ......................._......._._ .'
ell almost exclusively of Par.- This report should convince the most

... pessimistic that the Royal Arcanum Is Pumping Outfits for Irngainm. o

a. '-:, e .* b Island without doubt In a highly flourishing JAMBS iHj& H0LLEY
i.it all Its condition and here to stay. Write or call on as for Anything in
Our Line that you need. '
_. td"&ages! shall hereafter dls- The grand officers of the newly organized -....... BUILDER -'
,. play the American flag: at all communications grand council of the provinceof -= Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. !

1' Quebec have entered upon their duties y. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION ,

; Connecticut's oldest Freemason, Roy with seal and vigor by Installing ,WEST PALM BEACH. *. FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
, the olllcers of subordinate councils and I.B.tI
all, Kimball of New London, died re- "
t + addressing\ the members at gatherings 1..24 PHOI-HI.TOE Jacksonville Marine Railways i

rr'ring and Installations. FURNISHED ROOMS in a most desirable '
to a recent dispatch from Hacker &
Geo. S. SonMANUPACTURURS
'..: itt.'X'at a meeting of representatives Ka-cl-nio-ra council! of St. Louis will location. Enquire at TROPICALSUN -
"of Italian lodges/: of 'reeuiasons It was at its next meeting have a "story office. -
decided that Italian Freemasonry nl ht." Every member wilt be expect. BOND & BOND COMPANY
ed to tell a good sbortr-story a hand
should cease to be a ,secret society.
some prize being offered for the best. (1NCOItPOItATED.( )

Any one telling a 'flsh" story will be 1
t7' Kala-h. of Hmr. MANUFACTURERS OF1.LUMBERZAJ1TPSHINOLES
fined 25; cents cash.
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Tbe order I..atable, reliable, respoa'BMJe -
The Standard( Union of Brooklyn recently N
and has age as a factor. For Build Houses
nearly thirty years of existence It has said "''h@ Royal Arcanum has _
fi. met every legitimate_ obligation honestly : tq It* credit longer ''life larger assets Move Houses I
tt and abler administration than can be
and honorably. Its step rater

plan I* fair to every age, and Its prosperity ment found Insurance combined order.In any" other assess Repair Houses. Flooring, Siding and Ceiling, OBrick Lime and Cement.IN / .

IB due -to this plan and wise Shop work,
" "' Fraternity Is STOCK
business management. -
,' Its cornerstone and cooperation* Ancient Order of Illbernlnn .Repairing or OF
The Ancient Order of Hibernians was
method. introduced Into the United States in Dock Building. Doors, Sash, OFFICE AND YARDS 3.1-1902

r Unless all algns are deceptive the ISHO and has spread throughout the I Blinds ON F. E. C. RY-.
1002 will be one of tbe happiest Mouldings
;year i
country until, it now has a membership addressM.
or
Call on
' year for' the order it has seen for a of over half.million. and organization -AND- Between Poincetta, and Lake Worth. .

long( while. In forty states. X YARBOROUCH Building Material,
"At a mass meeting and class Inltla- Tbe order has Improved upon It. ini --

tlon In New York city recently'200 candidates I ttatlon ceremony during tile past year Went Palm ne ch. Fla.okokckokokokokokokokoitoko0. CHARLESTON S, C. .$ .. < ?xo..JoC'o: : ..
were Initiated. until now It Is elaborate impressive ..- Largest Factory South.
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and beautiful. Send for Price TO ALL INTERESTED -
K.la-Jat. and Ladle of Honor. I Hibernians have purchased a plot ID S
''Tho semiannual 'report of the r su
4t New York city for tile erection of s
and treasurer the _: TaEI : : ,.
.i' preme'secretary foe home to cost $200,000.Kntgbta g '
"o
term ending Dec. 81.-190I, fcbows a Let A C. Dittmar
surplus of $1OT,130. geed during i Walt t a a. *oi ,
of Colnmbui. DCAI.HR PeniDsnlar Electric Construction
perlotl months, with
all
the oC : every -
tho In .
On Dec. 81 last membership r.Bough and-''
':, legal 'claim against the' order liquidated. -the,insurance division was S2.79O and ,I .

1 y''.. the associate membership 43,010; total, i Built ? Dressed Liumbef, COMPANY '
A very flattering letter waa receivedby 78,800, The Increase over the previous House 'H

Grand Protector John D. O'Keefe year was 10,105. I, 2It Shingles Doors Sash Blinds, IS NOW open to the patronage of the public of West '
; from the beneficiaries of: A. 0. Joer- the order have been instituted I Brick Lime
; Brandies of Mouldings. Palm Beach and vicinity
;deceased member 'of lodge No. THOS. J J. CRIER ,
ding In Utah, Florida and in January ,
Builders' Hardware V'r
883 commending the order on the I of this year in California.Ten 2 and Electric Construction of All Kinds.. '
payment of the claim.the warrant I o x0 FORT PIERCE, *. FLORIDA t,
prompt
I new councils are now In process Anmine torn, Vail U.II., Burglar'nil Fir.Alarm Sjotvin; .Specialty,
. being drawn seven days after official of formation In New' York state. Contractor | ALL WORK UUANTBEI. & }
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notlQcatton bad been received. LIGHTWOOD POSTS ,
xY Offices In Jefferson Block, lO.lS.tf SLumber
i | Builder
Iti' 'Red BI... and First Class Llsjhtwood: Posts rot

The largest tribe of any In the great

'! tawa reservation tribe of of Camdeu.the United N. J.State.It*Is membership Ot o Ig prepared to fill your order H.Address B. HOWARD :S>-.r' '......-.7"" "" Q.. .roov,..".,. -"r""JC<...."<. "L' .-_...- ::-.-.-.....,0, .,.

last and In workmanlike 5
as reported moon was promptly
The Order of the Gold Belt la the K Sebastian Fla. -
1003. name of a new organization which Isyer1' k manner. Estimates furnished o
Tbe council lire of la new tribe baa strong I In the westernpnrt of the o
kindled at Reading, Pa., starting : construction .work of every o 'r
been on
'country and is confined solely to saloon and Building Material l
with a charter list of slity-flve young' keepers and, persons connected a description. 2 D. M. GEAURIDEAU, ; J.

and active Initiates wltb ,$hetlquorbuetnc..r .' Ua main Object JV ? .
a PALMS SHAVING PARLOR.
the past eight months-the order discrimination existing 0..*+*****+**+**
During Is to meet that 0 .. Everything in :the Building Line .. \
t In Pennsylvania bas made a net both In fraternal and old ltne-or- Flrnt-clitM Tnniorla" work by the .
' of :3.0OO members, and thirteen agafnsi( ItlenUfled West Palm Beach Florida % "old lUita'.le/' J
gain emilnntloua." \ 41U )veil SHOP UNDER: HOTEL. PALMSW Lime Nail ,.' ')'
q tribes have been Instituted. with the liQuor business. Sash .t
new .., *} Builders' Hardware
X !
The Trotected Home Circle' of the 1eo11ol.a7soltoko7so7soigol.ol.oleol.oBUILD Q ttt!-tf Palm Beaoh Ha. Cement Doors Pafuts :(;:,

The 111............ lIa"". VVi rId. with btadquarters at Sharon.Pa. .
The Manchester, Unity Is the parent ., though a comparatively recent addition W. ARTSON House Orders a Specialty Turned W nloIB: : I
Iinds
order of the American order of Odd to fraternal organisations I Is W

Fellow and It the largest and richest now making efforts to extend Its sphere I HOU ES. .: Jf ii::'
friendly society In the world. of Influence"' .JnC: the.city tof New York, TAILORING- GEO. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallie, Fla.

s The- lat returns show there are 837.- Th Circle already boast of a membership ar .__ t.I/I-tf/ f t
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'. 040 member of the Manchester Unity. of 40.000. ID All Its Branches ---- :t XJ1 '

of tbe Manchester\ The Ancient Order of Foresters was KUNZE '
The headquarters G. A.
at Manchester England,a n4'i establlshel In America In 1SSO and has --- Photoiranher ||
Unity are The ;

. I It United* lodges Stats are In.Canada.the United Went Kingdom.Indies, a.bouf The 40,000 Foresters members.of America' Is not .In Contractor and Builder PRESSING,. CLEANING A-111prt Kanim' ann f ,

! 1*' t Gibraltar. Malta, South Africa, Fiji, affiliation wits*the Ancient Order of. Specification on Application DYEIN9 AND REPA1RIN6 Studio In Schmld Block, Upstairs, }

the whole of the Australian colonies Foresters, but .Is a distinct organlaa BBACH
i p,O. Boa :54 WEST PALM WEST PALM BEACR I Iijr
:( pod New, Zealand.! w. ,.31-am Shop on OUr St. West Palm Beach, t-8-tl .,. "

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THE TROPICAL SUN bring these lust lines to n closo without -I A Washington special! says t TIDINGS OF TI : 1 1ir CHOICE PROPERTIES

expresttlng to our brothers of I there. will be no further" trq"'Qr"Y I II

; "'oneet L.p.rot Uade County, Florida.Efc the over the testimony of General l Milesb I THE COUNTY L ?t NOTES "
h________.... the press throughout; Florida AND
'fore t Henate. Coiatiiit: ; ,, fe. Miles :
the ----- .
feel at :
OPICAL SON PUBLISHING COMPANY heartfelt gratitude we what ha and '
knew wall talking about ,
of Interest Dad County in ImliSJrloft! in a fair. BARGAIN TRACTS
Paragraph/ \ Prom Dlf-
words of encouragement and .
HAflRV L. BROWN. MANAOfB. kindly there is a very wihowerespect; Well, that is her aila -Tallaha88C'
ferent Sections of Dade by .
that have, been editorially !both for his koowtedgerof --r--- ,, -
,. .1 I FUBklSHIO iVSRY 'FRIDAY' God- peed militaryaffairs ; CapitaL 5' : I':
1' PLOHIDA' his determination t.J Our\ "Correspon ent.. A Few' Leaders from the hY'P: '
( I AT WBST ALM IAOH DADI COUNTY. often. Coining from nod not ,
h ) said of us so ,.,:;Jtn; connection with the ear1y. 'to lnj( .
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H SUBSCRIPTION. PRIC. 12.00 A YEAR.Kntered those who themselves know the trials be Bqaetciied.TheQcala ITEMS FROM! SOUTH BADE. movement noted elsewhere in THR SOW, Desirable. Properties ofREAL $ ;If.
-=-' :, a petition! Is circulated
; I of c, being/ today by '

"' \ at the PoHtolDce of West Palm Ilcacaa ajid" pressure that beset the path Banner is seriously\ discussing The :East. ,Coast. ,Railroad. .'Company IB he clerks'/', and, It: Is beintc h largely signed 4Aik1.tGE 1 EVJ) r.

I' /" second'Clans matter. the journalist who knows his duty the prol"in!; ,{."J* u. public putting up aa addition' to the depot at by the merchants. Early cloning 4s ; i

,/ :' 'I Kill DAY. PHIL. *. 1003.: .and seeks to do it, these words have square ahoo-doo to a, towns One Blacayiio that will be highly appreciated,. likely to become a reality,'and If it. does
:1 : by the chipper from that point: he stores will be closed at 6:30:: p, m. W I. HETCMJF\ :" Manageret.JiUll '
; always fallen on a grateful and< every week: day wlth..the exceptions of ; ,
Frank Gordon .
Maj. : .u
OUT. Caught'1 eight < ,
AS WE STEP DOWN AND heart anti not oneof them 8111t. that no town constructed on the :
; pound trout last Monday that he says Monday and Saturday nights., Abstracts of Title furnished.Surburbarf ; .I '
: I la time for all things and hovering around-the-equure style of -
There /
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lost faded from our mine '
has been or gave him a half tour's hard struggle Ajjumberotoung people were the -.--*--

J'i 'I now the. time has come when we find full of these kindly memories. i beauty was over known to make any before he landed him. quests of Master Ralph Brondwell at,the Tract: 1

:: it to down the editorial progress. In a sense, this j Je i correct ; D. Pktle; Burna bome of his parents,, Dr. add Mrs. W
lay R. of Vista <
necessary To those who may at times; have ,, has recently Partly Improved troll farm. and planted, -
!, : the "hovering" tendency was never set out l' : that roadwel1.Feru Street, In8t night, on grove, near town. Twenty. acre -trueaures 4 l' ,
of 1400 pineapple
und the call duty plants cleured
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HOTMIH
j pen heeding ? ( to di. choice OrBflll"KrR" *
jiur cause or Jailed known to much. Still; \ I It occasion of ,4
misjudged accomplish ( : la one one of the most promising mall : Master Ralph's fifteenth ,. liutt tree, }< acreIn Iri.U' polA
to one's own, rather than the prefer. and thereby felt, or is rather n low down trick :to blamea j'rtUday.' Games and muster made the lueu M acre.I luaiMiirled: eRetHbliuu: I tu '
"J', vine our purpose, : crops,!la the country.The"1 in toinatop' jiinre* of.chicken yiird (I
: ence nnd pleasure of one'II self, to quiet, modest little town, park with ; inie/ pass pleasantly and just before the cloned with poultry netting.,, Nsw 6-riVj 'L -
spoke unkindly,we have naught remember .;Padgett family, near Fulford, bonnesupplied wI&bwnterrnkgrov; ; i .
? I devote our time and energies to the malice but extend tha being the sole cause of a hoo-doo. have one of the most prolific! tomato party adjourned, the Glee Club made. plied w'lIllrrIA.'K' plmtt Cower,good Htalilr. '
in a brief call much ; p.ritru.l
to the enjoyment! of : : : \
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toclinloxtroiwiiinU' otll
----- in that section \\ovrtTmjf
care of other Interests. charity we crave from those who bavi crops some acres having the :youug people. ORANGS I ..j.b.r..I" -ot.....DeCIIU' ..
Chairman Day has sent notice to already yielded over 500 crates: with o"' vrt\Y. u I.: -
: Since February of 1887, when ns a had Messrs. Henry and W. II. Sanders .2!. I '
felt that they have :a .grievance all railroad convpanjes and corauou good picking still left.
: )boy wo entered! the field of Journal- baye'contracted to do an extensive pieceof Lake Front Fruit Land '
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against us. carriers doing business( in the State As an evidence of what the soil and climate L" *
Oiui huud.alld
filling for Mensars Ryman and Reeseon twenty four apineappla Wi."u?
JHIII on the lower East Coast oKlorldn of Florida will do when / land, UnWuolil ,
In down the our last of Florida, that meeting of the suppll unac ill"
laying: pen the East Side. The contract covers cheap Twenty acres ol, Ot

; 1 we hare had the, per expression Is the wlh that this publication Railroad Commission will bn held in merited H. by work Little and fertilizer, Mr.. S. work on fifty, thousand cubic yards of comfortable fco,,, Owned' house. by lion-retUlvnt..uuiit. on the who ht],; 4 ,.
Lewis River
near showed ,
jonal. reHponsibility' of the publication chambers in Tallahasseeon May 1st, a swnil. The process to be followed Is the to dispose ol..me.t.mcrrfic* orl<: never cense to he TurnruorLa's !: TKOPICAZ SUN last a'' -, ,.
may man '
Tuesday ?
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of II for each and when it is proposed) to amend and removal of the muck and black soil, the

,f piiper PAPER, In alt that that revise classification; Ni}. X of the quarter acre planted In English peas, filling in with sand and finally the re- Unimproved/ Fruit land:' .
of thesp fifteen and of the
week although two have been
every years, term implies. That It may, retain Railroad. Cornininslou of the State rows lacing of this muck. III this way a 7..cr. trllct nost'Ojtis, .""'\>Itt tor: ettr1
: left untouched And allowed to toseed fruit or plu" I>I... U f "f entire tn
: fraught. with HO much of f the pioneer go large area of valuable lund will be .....,
confidence the people n for the
history of this wonderful region: in It, and that It may 'march on to the weight of lumber. Under the old ,njpd marketed 60 crates and) is still picking One of the most owners satisfactory and -----,-, ,

) And whatever there mity have been greater achievement and with increased clnsi-iflcnllon$ yellow pine lumber was off that quarter acre. He. netted contracts for toad construction successful Is- Property! .

I of development along material, social prosperity is our earnest eetliauftd, { at 4,00pounde( per 1,000 3,00 per (rate.on this venture that now being completed under the lroct.6-ltonm i'rlce flOURY., a,8oo, newt", on, good, KBldenc* g

: moral un<] bimiiipRg lines duringtlieseyeare : feet; Under the proposed change: the Maj. llugli 'Gordon's crop,, although supervision and direction of Franklin ,.Roo,.. house,aa attractive' nildence, ]

it affords us some slight: I wish. GUY I. METCALF.TO : estimate Is 3,000 pounds per 1,000( late, is In fine condition an he is expecting Sheen, C. B. The thoroughfares affect. '3500 ...ai,. ;

feet. In other words the shipper will a handsome return. The Major ed are Olive and Althea Streets the. Vacant tot.*. Renldencrs ou beat streeLArK. --r
HUtisFuctioii, in the retrospect, to and his Brother, Prank Gordonare and await eutta5ea"( Iluntucas block. JCommodlotiN
OUR PATRONS. gain 83 per cent In loading a o car Maj. lagler addition to the town, and when 810, p _

1-;: know that, ns the )pioneer paper of thai that is marked 40,000 pounds ca- enthusiastic over the glorious yields the work is completed the. corporationwill I r ald0Dc.on one of the bent'
With the limited acquaintance and profits of track tarmldg In Florida. be able to boast of a well-built and corner and In a moat desirable neitfbbon
this THE TROPICAL SUN baa The railroads be depeoded *
region, : : pacity. can hood.
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\the new rnanagemenfof THB TROPICAL ---.-- substantial rock roadway that will .
: done its humble part zealously and thepaper upon to put up their usual perhaps One of Ihii most conveniently arranged r a
which LARKINS
has of the field LOCALS.Ye.ry .
SUN b.
:t a model for future road-con. Idenc in the town. ]>>ciit d ou a ch
wOIIIJ'certainly bp emphatic protest, but it looks very atrnclion in rettldence >tr eL. convenient to.. i iclmnihea Sti,
coiiH'-ieut'out-ily.: it West Palm Beach.
.//1' I. covers, much, the would good health and generally windy depot and btiHia M cebtat, ChalSjooo. -a
though shipper
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{ Nor have these years been all sunshine unwiso to attempt any extended announcement wea' 'her still remain with us, and they change of time schedule went Into ., ... j jOood 2l
gain material advantage.
of alms and 'purposes a I effect yesterday morning ou-the Florida Invoatment Fropcrty1oroonihot
: neither soirow. la combat- II I seem to be rushing the .tomatoes up
in in And yet the peculiar position which -, I pretty fast, judging from the number 01 East Coast Railway, but it is likely that : well located, Price,>$iJoo.BiltMltiK .

ting: wrong-doing high; places, THE BeN occupies in EastCoast jour CURRENT COMMENTWonderful : shipments we hear of leaving' for the this schedule will not hold for much : Lots well batted, fif'WThit ,

; .. criticizing those nil-powerful to help nalism seems to require some statement --.- f I markets.' 'But we hear a (great deal ,,01 over a week, when the regular summertime I. and neighborhood$3300 each., at $309,fcoo. f4o,
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or hurt one, it hag often been the as to the general policy of the Indeed. "" i short crops, caused!by.fruit shedding and card will be put on, At present
here are two-. trains each p."lonabl. private boarding hoaM,turn tlahed.
Clllle that the coons of plain duty has paper. The primary law seems to be giving the worms being bad. However, we way, esery .and two splendidly located IntA, ov..r-%
hope Ibe price. will remain high and day. The south-bound tralus are the looking Lake. and close to J post office aud ]
First it will aim to make THE SUN!" some of the ring throughout the 1 '
btought disfavor And consequent In- ; orgaus make for the short We learn A. C. L. express, No. 19 due at West murfctts. rrlce 48._ ,

the best local paper that this unction Stale great trouble. It la wonderful how I up crop. Palm Beach! : at and the. Ha. Plneat ",.Ideo"" (furiilMhedWYropAtiy" p.
jury for tho time being. But there is I that Messrs. J. W.. Galloway and W. R. 9:20 p. m., ...
mot located ,
of Florida has known. these papers can mban about the trouble, eomiuMudliiRly; property
another side, to tho and in I btandt are selling their tomatoes in vana Mil it, No. 35, due at 8x: 5 p. nu Wot Palm Boni.li. Splendid 'view of the,
I' picture, I Second, the rights of the public, the expense, etc., to the dear people-when Miami for a lair price. We are glad to The north-bound trains are No. 28, due Lake sad East ttidn: trouu \':rlre. '7._
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i reverting to it our heart swells with of the which THE the game' is up against their bosses. at : a. m. and No. due at ''I.
I welfare territory WauchulaAdvocste.But see a home market established, and hope 10:45 78, 8:35: Beautiful residence lie, neal Lake frout. ::' ;?

t a gratitude impossible to express SON serves, will always have flrat; that all wilt encourage it, aa that is what A. m. eric Ijfloo. .

-) when we remember the wOl'dof/ sym' consideration. It will continue to Tha Slain. Will Remain, we need Interest 'tit' the West Palm Beach Band New lo-room renidenooon Ijest home

,! path_', the acts of loyal friendship be THE PEOPLE'S PAPXU. Madison County should send three We bear some talk of a telephone will be revived' by the ,announcement In town near churolie and achouI. ,

:,' In carrying out these alms the paper then to the next :Legislature wbo sr. in being' put in at postofuce, and think. made by Prof. iCaufTmnn, leader, that he,' Cal cry Cttgilat_ well_ _La_ -
that than for the
more compensated! sv pa
r will be conservative, candid and favor repealing a> l lair' that allows a I it would be quite convenient place for Is organizing a class of Instruction la says that Peter i jj A' >tn,
kicks iml frowns that band music for beginners. Thi will be NoatllttleTJoBfiTSrn'three ..nI* .4y t
hardships, %.that :
i' been divorce to man or woman simply became one.' >
fair to all. It baa not purchased *ldea of hoitue. plenty of eln,H5J7 l

k were too often the penalty for doing to further any personal political or the other is afflIcted We don't believe When you wish'to buy, sell or trade a who splendid are in 'earnest opportunity in pursuing for young musical men convenient yard, on good dtHtauce street,from J(I a good chtircuwa.nclxhKorhudEuTar.ohe ,achooi t 5tf

P: i.' what, \\e felt to be our plain duty as I other interests. It is strictly a: business !- it is the sentiment this' county to allow horses, you should always come to see studies along this line.' Extra rehearsals and depot. Price $t,4uo.
such a" law to remain On our. statute A. T. Carter. lIe fs
our neighbor, an
) f newspaper guardians of the rights i venture,with a well defined] faith will be given from time to_time so that I Double cottage, 14 rooms on principal reid- -
books. -Madison Recorder. up-to-date jockey. And when you.want deuce street; runu for fills per year, Pr' d '
and. interests tho weak anti the few. ,in the future of Dade'County. Iii up-to-date milch cow come to see our the greatest degree of proficiency can be 34oo. _ ? .
that be added to the reached with all bi
Anything can possible speed. Prof.vaufTman .
But all of this is history, and What they Think of Aplevard. neighbor W. A. Larkins. He has one Double cottage, 14 room. corn a)4otintern :
equipment of the paper that will improve -I. : la famed' along: the East Coast ? streets) rentS for $a88 pet y -
Tom App e'ard ,may not like the that he holds for $150.
; known to all who have ecrultlnizet its efficiency will be secured at a successful and talented musician,
primary plan-but what does Tout like "We are glad to see our neighbor, A.
m.d! crlliii/pd. favorably and ad- men and his labors in this department of art Double"" 1181\('. 14 nomt, located on Olive.
A once. Experienced newspaper anyhow He. will never cease imaginingthat I!. Ramsey, home again. He has beenat I are sincerely appreciated. street rent for|n>8 per year. Price f..-.

L veisely, our course as a 'lournalisldiveiging will be In charge, and every effort he is the whole press SBFoclatlou, PaIns Beach, among the mechanics. -..-- Specie llpnrta for CASH for all of thethree. .

; far from the beaten courseof will be made to measure up to the but he lacks a good deal 'Of belug the quite a while. mitke preceding. good properties Intprert. .to pnylug.any" one wl.bh.10\ 4 :

that thin territory offers Democratic party.--MetropoHs. ADDITIONALPERSONAL Investment.we
opportunity : -* -
newtopnppr i work on the East J. *. ,Hinton baa fitted himself up ,
: ,I' for a successful, hustling newspaper.For The Democratic party Is not worrying with a new horse, wagon and harness. Tnck-F fin Lands: .
Const. As a free lance, as a publication is I 1
over Totumus.aad Tommns not worry. ITEMSSheriff of
be Hplendld muck land In one the moil
the rest,we prefer to judgedby ; This is good sign; of prosperity.. .
that from its failed the Democratic party. So let It go pro.pe.ou.v..aetable growlnff wttlementa '
infancy ing .
I : I. or what we accomplish, not by. whatwe J.. K. Ow .is having a wind mill erect DudeCounty.. Choice tracts at *a iier SV,,

1t! fused to lenrn or apply those terms, promise. at that.-Sanford Chronicle. 'ed on his-piac So we still have some John Frohock of Miami, was tncnia acre for. cuh Special' price on time pa- ;,. -, .

![ r : knOWI1I111 expediency, compromise 01 THE TROPICAL Bus PCD. Co. logic Rot Their "Long Suit." improvements going; on among us. h..ln 111 the__city_ Tuesday evealog on official *- -, '1\\'
Laka Worth :
YUM. "8n. g Water-front ,
"YOM :
; : polity, where questions of principle, An esteemed and thoughtful contemporary .
: draws attention to. tIe): singular C. C. Chilling worth has returned to >io feet of Lak. front adjoining one of the) t ,
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: : find] justice were nt stake, it was inevitable of the Tampa : ., CUTLER' CHRONICLES. handsomest_ Improved properties on the
Editor Frank Wai pole, frame of mind lu which those news- _, West Palm Beach, from a business trip- Lake.: Can be bought:: ,II\taken at once,at a I

\ j that it should suffer, often I Daily Tribune, is making that papers find themselves ,which are never The tomato crop here Is rapidly ma., Jacksonville and point. north bargain figure. ..'

am! iovously. paper> as bright aa the' brightest and tired of ssvlnff that the. dispensary bill turing, owing to the. warm weather, and .Mr. and Mrs. Harlan W. Brush, who 6.ulllul: of knoll double for frontage building Lakcand site, bearing Ocean; I

I i Rut results tell. Despite the ,most ts good as the nest. It'' always bus I.I deadand yet Ire;continually)! firing ammunition Ndgiu'rom/ presentjndcations! "' bf'rewiJI have been spending three weeks at Palm boat couoauut house orange, et. and near lime valuable trees, twproe4property. pleadl l '

been an A 1 publication nod Hro. Into it. The; man whowsntcs be little more than half a crop Beach and Went Palm Beach. left for M -:

L wretched methods of opposition, the Frank is seeing to it that it not only shot on a-dead dock should tali! a course made thin season. heir home at Niagara Falls, this morn. LOTI.-fcBUILDIVO tak- **and Ocean frontage

J most subtle schemes to overthrow the )Jogioj of events. 111111. ,at 4v>to 6o per foolSPROUL'S
in
especially
loses no prestige, but that It shall logic ; Dr. S. H. Richmond, 'agent for Per.

: the most despicable plans to undermine add fresh laurels to Its pnst record -Tallahassee Capital. rine Grant Land Co., baa made several C. F.. Rice of Titusvllle, one of the

ii the persistent efforts to rnlsr Mr.Bryan'on Mr.' !addes.In sales of ptairla' land recently-one sale early-day rettlers in this district, and for 4 !
many years an engineer on the old EXPRESS p'
of 650 to a wbo will test
.I kk prp8rnt and place In a false light, And now comes No. lot Yol.. 1, of the issue of The Commoner of 1b.2t the prairie acres land here coflipany.(or growing. cautaoups. Celestial Line, between Jupiter aud Juno

: '. ig .. the expenditure of thousands upon the Red Fork Derrick{ new paper Mr. Bryan pays his respects to Mr. -long since dismantled was la West Furniture moved. Baggage j
thin. assistant postmaster.
-: tlionsmndu! of dollars to annihilate, atablishpii In the Indian Territoryby Madden,In two-column editorial. lie Prof. Lee has sold his famous te to. Palm Beach on a visit this week Mr. transferred and general
general, a Rice has not been here for a number of
lIon. Frank Clark ex.Chiirmnnf Mr. P. W. Taylor, taking in part draylng done at reason
44 nud! employment of nil the tnacliinerv concludes the article as fallows : > pay. years, and the growth and developmentto
of f the State' Democratic Executive Mr' Madden'i mistake's 'hl. vocationas meut the 'latter named gentleman's tomato hie rates.TwoSeated.
:. of u powerful and conncicnce- be seen on ill sides was a revelationto
Commit t..e of Florida, and lion. Milton well as his ,Jo<:atlon. He *imagines crop. Frank now has a male and Carriage
him that called forth and
1... : leci corporation aided by a corrupt Bryan, ex County Judge; of Vulu- that he is, in the Philippine Islands en- wagon, and will haul tomatoes, when he interest. surprise : Or Single BuggyFor

-;;, ; and thoroughly organized and in- RIO\ County. Fla These young*men orcing arbitrary laws for the protectionof I. not engaged Jn other, pleasant duties.. Mrs. Annie Klrsbbetmer. and three I o O

trenched political machine, they have of f talent and marked ability are sure the military situation, whereas be b It Is hoped the County Commissionerswill children, who have been vfsiting with hire by hour or day.

.. arfederal official, appointed for1 a get the bond business settled, l.eave order. at Manilla House.
: ,- fulled\ ; utterly failed. And today THEPEOPLE'S to make their impress on affairs pnlic simply soon her sister. Mr. Templeton for some
tt subordinate this section of the is much Ittr .
limited term to admluistera for County lu
''rt'. wherever I hey art*. May t hey meet months( left this place for Taint Beach
\ tt : : : PAPER, as it passes into department of the postofflcst departmentand need of roads especially the road to ,
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i" with every success In mrr.viup out on Wednesday. After' a visit In that
P new hands and under new management toenforce the laws according to their the homestead. section. Parties living NOTICE.
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will
: f ; the platform ns announced in the place, they proceed to Key We.t-
+ tenure and purport. Ills endeavor to out there make good fall Tops and have In the Circuit Conrf Seventh, -*-
:( ;'. Is in the most prosperous and first Issue. of their paper, which lies their home We should have been gladto JllilUlllI' Circuit, J J
into official haul their ininajncery.Johu
< Inject a stump speech coot : tot produce over a very wet have these Dad County, .'Ior d.. J
:J ; : '. promiaingstageot success.tntrencbedOD before us.Emperor. munication shows that he does not fully and rough road. A number of persons pleasant people remain Conner, i \ )
us, but partings mutt be } Ia 01.0.
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k 't solidly as it is possible for a newspaper -------- -- appreciate the dignity of Ills position or living in and around Culler will go to EracJn'ner. ITo
I I many Rood wishes we bill them farewelland :
t.1 of official" : he homestead section this summer, and Bra Conner, OtretlniIt J
fi to be, In the confidence goodwill Frances Joseph lust week tbe duty an boa oyagll.-Melbouru. Time. "
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'F < appearing from th am
: -------=--- I raise fall crops, aud a good road there :
F Th ',, and esteem of the people of the performed theannuajltolyFliursdaylootwashing Noble Sentlmants. Meteair, Bollultvr lor the Complainant la His
',' I ,Altgeld's I. wilt open up and' develop a splendid bora entitled
onlaf in the eau.bae
eel t'>I you arc .1"
it pre a B.IDrw.l.lene -
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; territory! covers.
The last words *>( John P. Altgeld section of country. First-Class or the S .t. of Florida and that
of the courlier.-nod the"
r i ;. ',,' Nor in this said boastingly.!!: Rather nce diplo- should W cherished by Democracy. Sheriff Frohock was here last week your last knowa place or rexldonca la naT: .: -

", :; matic corps. After washing the feet There 'la inspiration in the utterance .baking.hands with his friends. W.t Bad Street New York City, Htate of
9- 114 it the recognition of that eternal ; many New York J I'
of f twelve aged men, In! corn memora- .. .' that you am over the age Of f
who bad I' "
; made by a wan fought many _. 1 twtaty.oneyeareot ,, :
Blacksmithingcan .
1, 'Ii 4,.. living: pl'lnclple-the rigbt must audit ion of Christ's washing the ,fpet of hard battle. and succeeded winning In this State npun tglt whims? th
I\ ', 'JIi/..:. ill\ The virtue lies in the HIli his' served :at ft. Launch, perfect.order: ; also a H. can ba mada In aervlea"
\t' ;;: .. ; prevail. disciples, majesty many struggle for the right. .t.m your "bvhnltj It la therefore. 1 'j
r.. t P. Fierce engln fOP4, sale; half price. always be ordered. thatyon do
appear to hill
them tills
itself not in the who them with dinner and sent not discouraged. 'Tblngswlll.t'lgbt ufeom-
principle -
; \, ; man Agent for the Gray .Marine and Stationary obtained at the plaint Hind In this eaose, on or "before the
each with of silver.Thin ) pendulum, swii.>.s one I ,
i. away, a. bag themselves. new shop of KHthjJay of May A. D. the
; conscientiously follows it. Someone Gas Engines. W; P. UNDERWOOD, 11102. same being j 1
King business In. not all that ftM way and then' another. but. the steady .legal 1 rule day. .
.t luts said that "the will of the Rosebud', Fla. < ; ) '31-t*. .
people .of gravttatlon-is toward the center IS Is farther ordered that thle
cracked up to be. Tradition, region pall 4 \ JAMES order be
e p-- MILLER
: structure must be puhll.hod oaca .a week tor .four .
i-i the voice of Ood. Bit that is Itt other of tbe earth.Any aoa..o.the
; money nor hardly any vreeka prior'
to aald
Qtb day of _
May. A
GallAt
is with
endure. So it '
la
if it to
; inny, we have ever pinned our faith consideration could Induce subject plumb Clematis Avenue, West of Ran"a,. D. 1VQJ\ In Ts a TROP"''' Mow, a e.....
nations: Wrong( may smut to triumph; published
paoer In Dade
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in the plain people, the common of f the Republic to demean himself a. right mar seem to be defeated; but the "Canufen'Plnehurst( ; ; Old er Flortda. County and State

;q ; ;v.t : people if you please, and we feel that Emperor Joseph does yearly. loiug- gravitation of eternal justice .Is upward Point Comfort and Virginia Reach.DOubl.datiyr'.ervic& Iron andRepair. Or
ins President UooHevelt being called the. 'throne"01 God. Auy pollt- via the Seal &
toward O.
It results show our faith to have been E .RBORN.
upon to pei'fortn such a ,job; One Ical iostttutiou it Is'V andure must board Air ,Line Hallway. Work, Clerk., of tha Circuit .Court, of Dada Countr. !
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welt founded. _-...._ Florida. "
can readily iuinglne his lucid'c'om- be'plum with that line of Justice --
I W.I. METCALF:
: We could not, and would not, men t., I Pensacola Journal MANHATTAN SHIRTS-ABTHONVS' A Specialty Holk-ltor tor, tha Complainant.

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irr H M Gt m I[S WlL cle.vnelr wlTi to John went own LUIII m'.U\-Jf-'"', lemn I,,?: .ni thai and Got, TAFT'S, TESTIMONY RECIPROCITY.Crotcetlanlnt lily H\V\ r1TTT TITNCI, 1 TESTS ROAD MATERIAL. ,:.:';. '

her 1 '.nn atom- *; Valuable Work of the IloadmakVT
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,n'V' found It warmed ud such avuJ ':.. 4 Fees Staking the SOME POINTERS ON CONSTRUCTINGAND Laboratory,

'IAprtt. ;,t #, f pus that It chilly ntttLJphere .. Official Information from: the SllBbt*>tlir .cU In Tli.lr 'Wall. MAINTAINING THEM According toxp'rts, the cost of
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,'. ... : of :Massachusetts to u a rath- Attempts to butter the parsnip of building the best sort of macadam road
.) 'ices! : Sometimes /" mpleasantry\ hot temperature nnd Philippine Islands. reciprocity> with Hue words from theprotectlonl ---- is about $10QpO a ttille and that of
3. ,Indulge .
r; ,: .. caused the waves to dnsh higher than t''"' dictionary of cant must Treatment of Sand and Clay lio l .
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\ ? always tall the < York Times Th. Importoaoa. Kolllnff-Vulu building the poorest I is about 8000.
i I Little usual "on the wild t ew England says New :
a. Dry Humor.. ,, horo." A CRIME AGAINST CIVILIZATION. Senator IlfUe: show true Insight nod of ll.T...r.H.l. Road Machine*-Wide The best will last some thirty years!

,,.. lie bad no faith in John, no use for understanding when he says that "rec Tlr. Good Hoadra.k.v.. with ordinary care; the poorest\ will calf ,.
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.,. : ..... '; "T' iprocity is ,something which implies for expensive repairs ,after, about two' '
Pborj q d 'Thsta..Ace him and did not look "upon\ him with :; an Drainage Is the key to success In
<:" anrJ to Centura any degree of allowance. Tho Cutuia Such Is Oar \V.. I..' the' r.I..4., S.y- Injury to' protection In which I am a making earth roads and constant years and will sometimes have to be, ,

the" Eluclv: Dollar-Anaodota oi president!' was/ than a briefless ban later. the' O..er..o-"l'b.. Three liI'U....* thorough believer." watchfulness la the sure means of keepIng entirely ,renewed" wltbln five or six/, 't.

";, Wi Early Campaigning In tho:,Hoosier Ills father-in-law la po SilO didn't P.r l.. and What They *
n :',j, .S\n' *'$, .tJblquliyf! a Barefoot: Candidate believe he could make a living for a The Filipino Ii. Amenable to IClsd.ae. : throws down the top rails of the fence made, says Maurice O. Rldrldge/ assistant used says Tbe'Saturday Evening Post.

s "-fABujani: I
? Raised by a Profane Crow. -An Old and peremptorily forbade'the banns.In Protection excludes; reciprocity adults. Is destructive/ to any road especially available and are even cheaper than,
Woman' Alibi. those days they bad a cruel custom If any one desires to study politics The two things are antithetic! !, to a dirt road. Therefore drainage the poorer ones and yet are not selected -

-now, thank heaven fallen Into the best place to study it Is at Washington opposite contradictory nud qunriel- that will at once away rainfall or owing to the Ignorance of tho road
ICopyrl.ht, WOK:, by Champ Clark,1 "Innocuous; desuetudu" preaching a. or at our leading state capitals. some, When we take up cue we abandon carry i builders.
melting snow In absolutely necellsnl'YAltaln.
t ',' Mostpeople harbor tile delusion that wedding .sermon. It must have been a If he- wants to study the science of the other ax vi termini. little breaks In the road may \bo This ignorance, for which the tax ;

aU Judgea are dry an- dust and that dreadful ordeal to "tbo high conti'acting government from the anatomy and William McKinley: understood the mode by rain or by heavy load at any payers surer severely the government'

y'' Service on the bench kills a'mau's parties,'* Speaking for myself the elements, the best place* to studyIt matter perfectly. "Ueclproclly," he time and If not repaired luirnedlnteh has now set itself to dcslioy. About et

n ease of humor even U richly endowed aloud!, it was a tremendous undertakingto : Just now is In the Philippines.The aid In his Buffalo address< "Is the will Into znudhples, especially In year ago( it established in the bureau'
'n grow )
fA with ask tha consent of my uiother-ln- best helps to this study ut present natural outgrowth of our wonderful of chemistry of the "agricultural, department
that quality oilglnully./ ; This la the winter, and these mndhok's easily
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law. are the demonstrations that are Industrial development under the domestic a "road material laboratory"
not; true. however. Hon. WllllnmV.. 'nCt.Ie.\ and rapidly develop Into nn nUuost I 1m.
being presented by Goveruor policy now firmly established which Is test
the cole business of ,, to
A
Daughter' Defiance. passable mire. But frequent InnpucUEVillHlBI.K !-
I !."tIle Second MlBsourl dlstilcty fore tho Philippine committee of the Precisely. Waking Is the natural out. samples sent! it and determine their''

.pAI-< tide, 4 ;years a cIrcuIt,JUIKB. When Parson Smith's other daughter senate In the Philippines we have tbe growth( of sleep. Adult life Is tho des. value for roadbulldlng under the conditions

still Indulges occasionally; In a Alary, was about to marry young roughest 'as well as the semi polished tiny of babies successfully rimied of actual use When samples'; 1
Mr. Ciancb, the father" who liked component elements 'out of which to Health follows sickness If the recuperative
little diy huiuor., upon of all the rocks available In a given
% .-:4y..,"' A PoolPlace .to Make Crunch, permitted the saintly maiden select tho timber for a new govern powers are all ,right, niu' locality are Kent to it. It will determine'
I! U'on.oLi" /( Money. to decide on her own text for the sermon ment. The question is, "Can the undertaking then we throw physic to the dogs which will give tbe best'results under!! ;t/
During the campaign of X9CO Judge and she meekly selected "Mary ;
{ / be accomplished with comparative 1'resldellt'McKlnley, during the greaterpart '- the conditions of rainfall end tempera '
Bucker'ln. : debate 1Jrlll1 his Republican hath chosen tho better part which ease, and if It can be done [ of his public career! an extreme ture obtaining there. 'f..
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opponent attacked the agreement entered shall not be taken away from lien ." and Is it worth tile time and expense?" protectionist, became in the later years All material sent In Is tested for abraj 'I

x Iota by General Bates and (Vic the discourse was duly pronounced. We shall have to take It for granted of his life a tariff reformer by comic slon cementation and toughness anti
s But when Abigail's turn came she defiantly that what Governor Taft says tlon. In his belief of u
ri 1 u of Smut as authorizing slavery perhaps rite policy Arateetton will bo tested for hardness as soon ad/
suggested the text, "John camp, of the situation In the Philippines is bad done Its work; more than /
ntagonlst replied that under that the proper! machine can be built. The,
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; neither eating bread nor Inking wine coriect. At any rate, that Is all' the that It had, in the changed and chung accurate determination of hardness
p; meut provision was mndc where- and ye say ho bath a, devil." Love .
testimony we have, and It has been Ing conditions \become an obstruction however Is of far less Importance than '
by the slave can buy .their freedom! laughs at locks and bars, and Abigail, gathered at great expense and with the to our industrial development. The thnt of tho, other qualities named. ,
f whereupon Rucker said: "That re- despite the wrath of her theological father he Is k
greatest thoroughness. Of course home market which it hud enabled our The abrasion test determines to
,tnlods me of the story of ft pauper; nam clung to John and became the doing all he can to give the civil arm manufacturers to seize: hold and supply non lA BOLLIUt. extent a given material will be whatj;
worry{
,,ed Smith who wan lu tho Livingston wife of one president of the United the military and Now concern wus '
pL'omllleneeover was secure. our tlon and a little work will keep the away by a given amount of rubbing.(
1 county pool-house. One of the county well States and the the mother of of another candidate as there could hardly escape evidence of about foreign marketa for the Immense rond In good condition and with less grinding, shaking together, and so on,
as grandmother one
judges was out thereon a tour of Inspection. a little Jealousy "Between Governor surplus product. They are esHeutlul coot than under ordinary methods It Is obtained by placing fragments 06

I>1 He asked Smith how be weed for vice president and and ministerplenipotentiary Tuft and the generals now anxious to to our prosperity', and the Dlngley tar, With good drainage established> In unlforrajjze. In n cylinder where they/

? gavlnff on. He answered: 'Oh, fairly to the court\ of St envoy James extraordinary and grelJt-- demonstrate their utility there. But this Ire wall towers right ucront* the road building the road and frequent Inspection are agitated by machinery at a rate//
which of thoui.
cannot well bias his testimony that leads to the possession
to the drainage efllcleut and which ordinarily Is not sufficient torbreak
well, Judge. I tune plenty to- cat, keep
still another vice
grnndmother to -
presidential
of MrMcKlnley \ .
interesting to thoughtful It not the I habit
becomes very was political
the and then the
to mend promptly small injuries to them!' ascertaining
and bed to candidate.
plenty to wear a good/ sleep the
readers everywhere throughout{. to astonish his fellow men surface, the eaith roads of the United amount by which they are reduced lot
I to, but this Is tbe poorest place to make Ko! they loved, married and were hap- country. by abrupt reversals of policy.\ Ho picTcried -
States could be maintained lu a much size.: The cementation test Is to illai
money In that I ever saw.' So It aPpears py' ever after Governor Taft says there are three to moveforward to a new position higher state of usefulness than at pees cover the adhesive power of the dust. !

to me that the provision as to 'Patrlotl Woman. native parties In the Islands. First smoothly and gradually so that ent and at considerably! lower\ cost ground from the substance and cet }

"" Jth Sulu. slaves purcbatilng their llbeity By circumstances over whIch they are the Federals" who are looking for no one should perceive that he had The aim in making a rond Is to estabtlsh merited together by ruin and by the

,<< places them In as poor a situation had no control anti 'a&al:1st'hleb they some substantial, system that will secure abandoned the, old. The language of the easiest shortest and most ecu rolling or trampling{ of the road. It lif,

for making money .ns was Smith whlltfln were always rebelling they. were separated peace and order; then there is the his Buffalo speech was soft and skillful comical I line of travel. It Is therefore obtained by subjecting little cylinders

; '- the poorhouse." a great; deal,(so It came to pans Conservative party, that Is supposed but It deceived no experienced! pro desirable that roads should be finu formed by mixing the dust with ills'
..5. that they' were eternally writing letters to be allied with Spain and longs to tectionist. It did not deceive Senator smooth comparatively level and fit for tilled water to the continual blows off

!f ", +."fi. Judge Robinson Chips In to each other-genuine rove lettersat see tbe Americans out of the Islands Hale. Tbe powerful interests, bountyfed use at all seasons of the year, that they a weight falling through a Aced dTs*

.ii,... J.:r", T,.. After listening, to- Judge Rocker'sc that-when' he'was away.rldlng the altogether. Between these two elements and selfish that captured tho reciprocity should be properly located so that the'' tance. Some substances will ; :.. story Judge J. M. Robinson of Indiana circuit serving In congress or representing is the biggest party of all the convention and turned Into a grades shall be such that loaded 'vehl toyed at once but others will sustain

,,; ,', 'related tbls$ "We hear- many pleash bIll country' abroad, for she party of ignorance, a heterogeneousmass Dlngley rally were' not deluded for n cles may be drawn over them wlthoul as many as 2,000 exactly: : similar blows;'

., i 'Ing tales of enily campaigning In In stayed nt home and took care 'of the whom It Is sought to educato tingle instant great loss of energy, that they should before fulling to pieces. This show

diana. In uiy district uinuy years ago \babies!' the farm the calves the colts into such shape that it will be fit tot I Not Oxnard alone but alt the Insatt be properly constructed, the roadbed tbe ability of the material to repair itself

.two candidates of different\ types contested and the pigs while her liege lord wan self government. rite host, dreads tbe making of the \little graded, shaped and rolled, and that when put on a road. u

for the honor of a seat .In con Climbing the :golden ladder of fame.It Most gratifying testimony is adduced breach that Is to let in the sugar and they should be surfaced with tbe best!: ,

gress. One ,was a genteel good dresser was In a private letter to his dear thnt all these parties are In favor ofa tobacco of Cuba. They tight against available material suited to their needs ARGUMENTS/

and belonged to that class lu politics Abigail-Intended for her eye alone In peace. Even the Conservatives who my beginning of the work of denioll- While clay alone never makes a good GOOD ROADS

110m time II denominated 'kid gloves'or which brave old John made that famous desire a total separation from the ion, for they know well that, once be- road except In dry weather, sand alone How Ella Wheeler ,,WllcoxVonl4

'silk stockings, The other was just and gorgeous prophecy as to the United States and are la sympathywith pin, it will never be stopped. never makes. a good road except when Improve' Oar llulitva! .
Gr and made, his campaign Spain; want a protectorate and But lungs are filling for the ram's horn
the reverse ; : high place the immortal deed of thetath'I's. wet. The more the drainage of a annul It appeals, that Mrs. \\Vlk'o\: I: "' '
;t% on r x+t 11. ;tat On'ono oc- !' done. July 4, 1770. would bold are always seeking for a cessation of lust. .and from the inside, that shall road Is Improved tbe more deplorable collie u good loads convert 'lu t". i "' ',

r t -i t1 eem aud support l IU American history hostilities. There would. seem to \be, opple over their tariff wall and give becomes Its condition. Nothing will mainly Instigated by tuft she F'IV: lit

j ,_ a certain neighborhood The name of Abigail Adams Is not so then, no organized war party, the fiercely tree play to the prisoned forces of ruin one quicker than to dig a ditch on Buffalo lu the way of |1'1'111'1\1:1' \ :I LK,>'-< ri'i
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.+ by running a race,with the fleetest widely bruited as that of Zenobla. belligerent element being tbe mountatneeis American industry. The Jericho bust- each side and drain all the water methods of road Imin-oxemi 'm

\ = person thereabouts, the candidate Bemliamls, Catherine the Great. Maria of Samar and one or two' other less was the tooting of a tin whistlen away. The best WilY. therefore to Good Konds Maini'Ino The f'l."o I i :
4 ,l, 'wolght-to wit another Theresa Queen Elizabeth or Joan of Islands. comparispn with the sound that will ttt'1nll'e''z"Between
r, carrying a heavy : make /such n 1'0111tlrm Is to keep It are ROUIP of lur good tads < :
man-on his back. The diamond In Are but she bus her ample reward In The first work on hand then is' to ireseutly make them sit up. Senator constantly damp. This can be done by a LId: road and a ut, fl I a
candidate was elected and tbe heartfelt admiration of all who educate the great majority; who are Platt of Connecticut bus warned them
t' the rough planting shade trees along Its side to road I feel the gnuie d'ffctetuc! i In i t I Ii
"i'o.-; thereupon went promptly barefoot to know thc simple story of ber pure patriotic too ignorant to belong to any party hilt be hears the tuning of the Instru- prevent the evaporation of water or by perceptible between \ulgnr und n .. IC'V

)Q1lP his opponent and! told him that bo bad and heroic life. having Intelligent alms. And here Governor. neat growing upon the surface of such sand society. ,

no bard feelings because the latter ,ran An Administration Candidate. Tuft declares without hesitation < roads thick tut?. preferably Bermuda! "'Vo think of :Napoleon ns a'i"'O"1\
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OF KNOX.
that "lacking an American Initiative, I THE SILENCE
against him. Members of tbe cloakroom coterie of grass. Bonds running through loose warrior, but one rttoof of trllI( 1'.1. i{ t'

v l First Mistress of..Whit* House.. .' were'detailing/ \lIeVoes of campaign lacking the American knowledge the attempt WltF II the Attorney General Dnmb sand may be Improved by mixing clay ness In the man wall bis: ,imu'c at ,

One of the great Ogures and char ing for election'' to congiess. Judge now to.carry establish on a government Filipino, on A IteadlBV TraM U*>e.tlonf with the sOlid and slightly crowning building line roads and lu plan 'i'),
to a government
actors of \\'ashlngtoo'oclety lu 1800 ShucUleford of Missouri said that time must be a failure." This is equivalent Republicans can but weakly defend the surface shaiti- trees which he knew he cou':

"', was Abigail Adams wife of John Adams thing his. enemies used against him that the Flllpillos.lntb'lr United States Attorney General Knoxor For the temporary improvement of' not live to enjoy

., and tbe first mistress of the White most, In. bill first campaign was that hi- to saying lucnpnble of his absolute failure to reply to the earth or sand roads any strong fibrous "Before we build great cities It set

--- House. The love of John and Abigail was tbo candidate of the state administration "government.!' present condition But at are the:rate they question asked by a Joint committee of substance, especially If It holds mols' to me we should build good npproiu

I embalmed In Immortal Patrick and the Knightsf ture. such as refuse or sugar cane or to them. America delights In '
f deserves to be l ,, whereupon Colonel are going to school and with their zeal tbe Antitrust league
. I' -"- versed It would be a prettier!' tale than henry of Mississippi said: "I once bad In \TJ' educated they mean to > Labor regarding action to be taken sorghum, and even common straw su'uctlnj luxurious( railway call iL.
ill! of Ing to get flax: ,, swamp grass or pine needles will ocean ships. Why not expend
the
that of Abelard and llelolse or any a similar ..expcl'leDc'bl'o I'I'ut !gainst the unlawful trusts says
the
as tbe other love stories over which we home to campaign' for my first redec.tion be "capable main though not governor be manifest sa3'sthe 51. Louis Republic. be useful. Spent tanbark Is sometimes inoi'e time labor and money.lu perfect
and It the offect'muy issue 'is not thnt of beneficial, and wood tlncr.ln any form lag wagon roads?
cried In our earlier days l It was everywhere Charged against Tor tenor fifteen |. The point at
;:;ti'> whole truth must be told over which me that I belonged to tho statehouse Taft years.Governor further testifies that rhether the attorney general of tho i Is excellent. Enough sand or earth "It Is n great pity that the covein-

./. we still drop a tear when we can nmuclia crowd and bad helped elect Governor amenable to Japed States sbotild prosecute! tho should be thrown over such roads to went does not appropriate a large sum
a few moments rrom'wbut Mr. Mama- Mcl.aui Even some wbo had also, the Filipinos are very throwing rusts'or leave prosecution to the varlus keep them dump and to protect them of money for the building of roads nil
kindness and that they are
!tkr: Slid would call "the demnltlon horrid helped McLaurln., but who had tinned\ their arms stated. of the Union. The Joint from. catching Cie.! over the United States and give sti'iidywork
down and surrendering .
) grind of earning our breed and butter. against him \brought the tailing accusation ommltteo whose letter has remained Earth Is composed of small Irregular to all the army of the unemployed
much faster than our soldiers are cap
'' "',. 'r, I honor Abigail Adams as one of the against me. I said to one who be inunswcred by the attorney general fragments which touch each other nt throughout the land. If every prison
turing them. The Filipino says
the Revolution last asked Mr Knot: points, leaving voids between.Vlion! inurslmled Its ,Inmates in line and
sages and patriots of was loud, In abuse of. McLaurlu hIs. bouse to a ..lace September
,
will gladly give
1 ,w even If she did bang out the family linen 'Didn't you help' elect him?' 'Yes.' up his conflience what his conclusions were In regard the earth Is broken up and pulverized, set them to vork even three months ,J
r k. s Mend.' U Is easy to gain
'i-!,t ...> to dry In the handsome and stately 'Did you ever"go to tbo governor and be asserts, and generally speak to the petition requesting action by the these voids nre almost equal In volumeto each year upon the public bllhwa3" ,
parlors of the White house She In. 'one protest against the acts you complainof that, deportment of Justice against certain the solid particles, and ns n result what double good would -
ing he will accept any government the earth will absorb almost an equal
and to
of to tbe traveling public good the
characters trusts"Nor
of the most admirable :\0. 'Then you are paitkepscrlinlnls is not the unlawful
him This
will
give peace. volume of water. In the building or whom and
contention unfortunate beings to sun
Jus-
In the Is the Republican
that heroic age. with him very things Chnffeelescrlbcd
1" General
old kind of savage that that tho maintaining!/ of earth roads It Is!! thcie- fresh nlr are better and more humanlike -
i I don't believe that her husband, ;you now condemn so roundly. Are these men not'ol'thJ'of tiled which t takes the position
... / recently fore very desirable that these small. than tracts and sermons.,
should not be required
John and her more brilliant son youngr ttorney general
t' The Crow. methods than tho re-
Barkeeper' \\ better Irregular particle" bo pressed and puck. farmer merchant, railroad
John, known to history as John Qulu- real- to place himself on record In this mat "Every
would ever have stretched their Colonel Henry continued: "That man concentration, and, finally du wo ter. Mr. Knox: himself did not dnre to ed Into as small n I bpnce as possible In man vehicle maker, automobile or 1 hj.

cy the presidential mahogany was not lu as. good a situation as an ly nerd 00,000 armed men in the Philippines take this position. lie wrote to the order that surplus water may not pass cycle owner manufacturer or pleasure
under
.:,. 'I ....logs If It: had not been for her strong wind old woman I heard "of down la Mississippi. to, govern men whom Governor kindness joint committee of the Antitrust league la and destroy the stability of the I ond. seeker ought to Blgu a petition\ asking 1

1'' and for her brave, unfaltering heart. A barkeeper bad a pot crow Taft says are most susceptible to and tbe Knights: of Labor. "I will ex- To this eud rolling Is very beneficial. congress to take a larger Interest /
he about the saloon and ? < dirt roads "
which kept with at as The work of maintaining good roads.
these care
Odd Love Letter. which had picked up a good deal of Of course Governor Taft Is ,peakingrrom mine papers and communicate will be much Increased by hub\ of care. :
date possible
'l! ; : ?" young people would know what profane lingo common to such places, a civil rather than u military early to a as conclusion.". Though la properly rolling the surface. After Good Ho In Maaaachnaett. .
really means, ,they ought J-0'! read\ fond of rattling off view things. But If, as he says, the you my been the .
r. ........ .love which he was very the attorney general's letter was wrItten the material has placed on Massachusetts bus a permanent hlGl -
the letters which pasatd between John aud occasion. The crow people[ are not allowed to Bit down and left for traffic '
on any every Sept. 11, 1U01. he bus not yet "com- surface It should not be way commission of three pl'l'SOJ
Adams and Abigail\ his ,wife They escaped from the saloon one Saturday earn their living in quiet but are kept municated his conclusion" on tbe vital to consolidate or for rains to wash off which has charge of the expenditure

S constitute one of the most "*"odablLOti night and took shelter In at old country constantly under a system of militaryieru'orlsm at issue Into tbe ditches, but should be carefully! of $000,000 annually for the building

soul stirring, books la our :vernacular. church: near by Sunday tbe young It, la time that a halt was poInt' The joint committee of the Antitrust surfaced and then rolled. and maintenance of what are called

completely l answer tbs Idiotic aud peslmlatlo *- preacher delivered a lousing. seimou on :nlled. league and tbe Knights of Labor have In making extensive repairs plows or. state roads and through this plan more

+r question.! "Is marriage a fullurl tbe good spirit and the evil spirit declaring All men who have rend history know cause to complain of United States At. scoops should never be used, for such than 300 mile .hare been built at aa

!?" and give the reader a btghrr and that the former appeared to that a military despotism is the most orney General Knox's neglect of his Implements break up the compact sur average cost of $J,000 per niile. ''he. '

finer conception of human uatur..lte..lt.Abigail people la the shape of a beautiful, gentle unreasoning and savageform of rule plain duty The matter concerning: face which age and traffic have made state roods of Massachusetts are the
deserves well at the hands.. of dove while the latter that the human race has ever suffered roads be in
; Innocent rhlch they asked for Information Isoue i tolerable. Earth can rapidly finest examples of highways thl

posterity tame lu the! shape of an ugly cawing under. Governor Tuft says "the war ,of paramount Importance In this repaired by Judicious use of road machines country, and they are equal.to ,j"
I During all tbe struggle between blnck crow. Just about the tithe, ho Line been all over the islands and what The attorney general knew and road rollers. The road machine tbe best roads in Europe. The Cjiamlsslouers '
country
America and Great Britain abe was noImated Ills audience to a high remains of, 11 Is a crime against drillcation. ton
had wrought up hat It was his uuty to answer the place tbe material where It Is cannot build more. than ,,
,- by the same spirit a... the Spur' pitch of excitement! the crew from his. ." Strong-words these! But all luestlon asked by the'Joint committee. most needed and the roller compacts miles of state ronds In one county rt

tun mothers who sent their 'sous. to perch lu'the loft espied the"water pitch.er I the sadder If true-Boston Globe. Ue testified to this knowledge of dutya and keeps It there These two laborsaving within a period of all' years. The '

r.IIntUe, bidding them return<< t'lthl'.wttbtbelr and glue<< on the pulpit. These -Debtor'Netlon." his letter of Sept. 11 1001, and thereafter machines are Just as effectual roads thus built,nre eventual turned t tover .
j .
shields or upon them and of tbe things were all that had a familiar appearance "Stilt a commenting bo paid no further attention to and necessary In modern roadwork as to tbe county, and on ,' ti of ,
Carthaginian women who cut off their' amid ills now surroundings The Chicago Tribune In the self binder and thrasher the << uiuxt b >'
':; that the tbe performance of his duty for which mower, money spent it
s made It 'Into bowstrings defense he flew down flighted Senator: Foraker' remark i'l 5,
hair and 1 living thirsty becoming the easels the Joint committee la again are In modern farmwork. Rood maChines county when the blgbWn.v "
Is fast
of their country. on the- pulpit to get a drink, lool..dlP United States the attorney general's attentiono and rollers are the modern Inventions '1 r

.. ._.".... :Yes young ladles should read tile letters ,. Inrtbn preaclwr"S" faw'and Bald, 'How creditor nation of the earth shows$1.700 that ailing the-matter. Why did Mr. Knox re- necessary to satisfactory and Central. Butler on Good.I: 1 ,.r

." of Abigail Adams and ponder the arc you, you old riiscnl ('I'cncho'lIolI our forelgnt'debt: now which a net Ht 4 per natn silent? Why 1* he so loath to announce economical earth road construction and In an.address at for |'nltp' "' '' ;.

j lessons of her busy and glorious life... audience ;J0vl: ', to their heels. On Old 'DOOOOtthe) Interest on forBlgn "bli conclusion with regard to repair Two good men with two teams roads convention held In 1'ohva' n ;.

It will do tbem more good Iq trod will\ lady who tiodfa front seat and _bo ont'I* fiJS.CKxr.OOO: said annually to exceed, Tbe tbe Imports tbe' petition requesting action by the can build cr repair more road In one C., recently General flutter str"nvornted ff'.

4 make better wives! of thorn-than was lame, was left behind much terrortxeil export* are but as the mnr department of Justice again;*) ccrtnl'iinlawful : ray Titb! a roller and road machine national approprlniroodmaklng. '"I '

1 '. booing over wrongs, real or Imaginary by the Inopportune appearanceof by (100,000,000 UOOOOOOOO trusts," which petition: wile ban many times that number can He lelt'I'"dh'l i >; 1 ,:' /
cannot
'; deserved or undeserved, of the hen ull- the sable bird The crow hofttwl: upIn tin of profit on that $ 20 rent or lied with him by the Joint committee with, picks, shovels, scoops and plow, government could Ook.ari'rr; ;, ,

_, ,. ful and 'fascinating Mary queen of f i'out of her'and said\ 'How are J UU. \be said to be which over $08.000,000 per remains or the Antitrust league! and tbe Knight: and< do It more uniformly and more for rivers and bin; cry, i ," :; t '
of
: }i Scots or of that other great historictear honey11 The old hilly thinking the $1120,000,000 the pond to balance In. of> Labor on Sept 6, 1U01 thoroughly. raguan canal Bud th'r: I I .. f'fI

pumper, the Empress. Josephine. crow was mud about the sermon and across $100,000,000 Ity using. wide tires on heavy wagon I assist railroads then It n..is' i r !(,

.,r / Her maiden name was Abigail Smith. being 'nearly crazy herself turned terest bills and another of American I', Caee.r.ed. For the Tr..t.. tbe cost of keeping<< roads In repiih right for It to make approprln'tk ,. .' : :,

*: She was A New England preacher's around; struct! nt him with her crutch Hays tourist Jo abroad pay expense it will be seen that In. There's no real Republican fear that would be gently reduced The 11111'00ducUon Improving the ,OUllon highs."s.eriior (!n' :; /t. it' -

daughter and shrieked 'Confound you whether debt a reduction t.( the tariff on Cuban In recent years of wide metal Candler of Geoigluludoisrd .thoro\lIbJ ,,
out of we ore
< "" Sermon you nre- the devil' messenger. / or not, I stead of getting ver iroUacts will relate. the "most favor tires wblcb cnn be placed on the-whoeti the good runds mO\'Dl'nt c\$
Wedding really going deeper In debt by o
r If* an old saying that "tbe course of wnnt you to understand'that I had no on their own show e4 nation" clnvse in our foreign trea- of any narrow tired vehicle: at n noml Hon.! Illro\1I'I. snld. war alit, '', !
MO.OOO.OOO a ;year
love never runs smooth," and It more to do with getting up this. meeting wper"holler" lee Tbe real Republican fear Is that mat cost bns removed a very sertoui, nuttier dil tot receive ndrq'ultS| t -
true let politico :Fa
Mow some
ban abiding consolation to the I than you didr'Thatwna;' her way of ing. "creditor" some trust my lose a dollar or so If objection to the proposed 1 substitution 'tfnlol.I It. wax a n-nfatlou v\cB|\! x

", may men who rend (:" again that we are a I ..ire deal justly/ with Cuba.-8t. LoultfJepobllo. of broad tire for tbe narrow ones. now was routing to thv from and must, ttwnsldured. Pm; ,
nation
'young,tortes," In certain aggravating exlgeu- pet, !'at:. CJUKP CLuL -- in Uie, ;
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_.' i : ::: :' ;, MIAMI BUREAU give the people a good; ,sewer and I What authority the writers' of' quick Way of doing business, but .- Ladies' Furnishings r

'" water service, or vacate Ita frfUichUe. these letters had to.act 'for the hardly\ likely to prove satisfactory. Art Embroideries

_ \)';: THE TROPICAL- SUN The people against need fire and; they demand need protection water. informed Board of, but Trade thai, TUB) Association SUN ia not ban to tbe tax payers.asp ...... Th\ e K,, eJ. Dnp, I. Notions of All Kinds


; : service for household purposes, and I not recently had a meeting. That \t1a.terlal,
IIS3, \ ,Office lu Anthony, Block Twelfth Street near
: Now is Tnn-' 'itta'when the Board
,"; ." ,'. Avenue C. they need, IMPERATIVELY NERD, sew I they bad no authority to act for the BOOKS AND 'Statery Office Supplies.of All

." IRVINE, MATHER. MANAGER er connection. The open closets in city and remit license fees, goes of Trade could accompUshsomething FANCY GOODS DescriptionsMIAMI

;' use in the northern section of the without saying, and In -one tile, at for Miami. Thatorganizatioashould' A.C3Sx>S& PROP
,
representativein'Washington
Alladvertisementsandord.nfor. city are a nuisance and standing least, were compelled to pay the have a rf-tf
't job work South. of fort Iauderdnle received Htthis license for lde show the to co-operate with the Florida) dele .
{ office. menace to the health of the community. a pro -

t'.i' ,:; POSTOFFICE. box NO. :361. They are not properly attendedto prietor of which refused to pay Marshal gluon. in Congress; in securing an Florida East Coast Time Table.
.i
appropriation for deep It 1s
"'''ter.
\ for the scavenger; is not regular. Flannagan, "when be called.

MIAMI, FLORIDA APRIL, 100X: In his trips; but aside from this the No doubt this scheme for getting; not yet too late to send ,a ''man, one k e

people pay taxes for fire protection attractions for the Fair and mouey whose standing( In the community! &DOTHBOUND' -Bea4 Down.H -- .NOD'fjiBODND-.ReEd Up.NO '.
.
.' the of they do not get.; They are entitled for t the Board of Trade, was a goodone and! whose,. strong; Intellectual andpersonal --
If :you approve policy force would ,.give ,his words e.VO soSB 'NO: o1'0: .vo. rvo
THE TROPICAL SUN don't wait to newer'! and water service, and: it is but la matters of this kind, LEGAL lilt ill I.: ) \ III MAIS LIME 111 7. 118 jfI
& I weight thoroughly. posted on
a
J the bounden duty, the sworn and authority t is neceaanry. It Is ; ; man

,i !I. for a canvasser to call upon :you. of the Council to questionable whether the city council the pomi bll itlen-of trade development, 8 1U li to t si a 9 ale .. Taukijunvltta... Ar f no t .
Send or bring your subscription accepted duty City who could and would Impress ,member .......... ...... .p.. ...... ... 0 4Nu L..v.,i .laoavonille..Lv. .. 81 I'P 6 'CIIU' In
compel this recalcitrant company to Itself could legally remit taxes for UYUp.a00p kWa10aaa ?.... at. AuKuKtlne .,.,. 5505, p17p } I
to the omee. *of Congress with the absolute : 11 9rx IftlMtlllfCHHnat : S 14 r
fully and faithfully perform Its legal the benefit of such an Institution as io JOp540p 0 '010. II 42111U I'ulittki....... 486p,5,55p.5Uip.BaM1,.
of Trade however serviceable necessity for doing something for :I ...... ... .. IHp Neofrti .. 4 2ft P .., ... .....,..". ......
I obligations.The; the Board '::I ... ...... *.. ... ...... 11 limp..bunnults.. ........... 4 1'1. ... ......... ... \Ve uti
NO PROTECTION AGAINST,FIRE of the people la in that association: may be. Miami. I: ...... ... 8 Up. 1 II>1 87., .......,. DII..o\. \ ........... 4 OS I' y.4'Ody at 'pot
only hope H 111 p1U 8 tap tOde t ,t'Ormusd.......,.. YaHp 414p'OIp'1'Sit. ,
Attention has heretofore been culled the Council and the members there. The question now, 'however" ia how a HO |I' JLO HUB 1 lap| .....,...,., DmtoiirtPort .....,.. A) tllv 0 ldp .I CAn A0 r.' d
The Maid of Dad '"I TlTpTln'p 1 .. ..... .. ...... ..
Sup ? Ornntti B J11' ,........ ......... y',
; to the failure of the Florida East of, individually and collectively, are much money iwaa thus secured for 0. tii'iii'aA .....,. ... ll'iVa4X&U 1 Nip| .........New Hiiiymu.Oak ........ Y oi I' a 40 p 1I.lI\Ip\ 4.U..
., .. I 08 ( .. ... Illll. ... 3
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Hip47p i ..
y, Coast Hotel Company, holding the answerable to the people for the the Board of Trade, and what Is to A lately vision. of lb*..un. pew-rlaen., z R': 1967. V/ 01.p ......... ... .:... 1\1I .;.:: ,
and franchises in A pretty ujnW,her hair In braid, a .. ... .. ..... ... 6rlp......,...11'Iiusvttle; .. ........ liopS68p'4'1p'... "...J:::1.ft t 1
light, sewer water fulfillment of this entired! duty. be done with it. It is seldom thisAssociation Ho fair to u 1 4IJ. 11118 p It 110" U Yap ....... Itix.klo.luuKnnUalli" ......... I 10 P y>> iS p 4 9a .
seem;
: ... ... 0 ...... ... 4 2\11' ....... :. ........... .
the city of Miami, to extend] its pipe Whether we have lights, paved has meeting\ ;, and no ,lisle pretty maid ibis maid,of Dade co ..... ....'" .HOP..... ... ...... 4. Hup ... ..Molbitiirnc." ..... .. U It 111I Idp p 100p 4.ti. ...,.... I ry e'R7
lines north of the, railroad, and we streets and sewer 'or not, give us public statement Id ,ever.made 88 to liar lips so red hoi. eye mg blue q ... .. .... I 10111'4H'| ......... SnWwllen l.lliil.. ... ....... II 10 811.Hi...... .... p ii' ..atl

,: '-, now emphasize it by dirsetingthe attention against fire. This is a what hRS heen accomplished or what This pretty girl with oft brown. curl. 64;n;, T".tijj I iit.'j p; Y IIHp)4p' :.at::::::: i'luruo.Willto' .:.: ;.u IV 40 a M it 10 p '8"ii UOp j; ;ik ISa
'. protection ; .A, picture ahe ...... ... ..... ... 6 ........ / t;'ay.........10 sim ,..... .,. .... .... .
of the public to the failure necessity the people MUST AND WILL l Is done with the money paid ia by ... ......B*\: 1 p.... ...... 1\\ ::1011' .'J'HibnlB ......,.... li,.. ... ... .r... ,.,......
+ 'p\" in the' Tblepr.tty. maid), thin maid of Dada ...... ... a as ....- ... U III,,Ip ...... .......);dun............. ........ ......... ......... ;
1 i" the City Council to do its duty UAVB. l members. Such un association CAN ... .... ... ..-. tl I atpU ...... .....JeliiwiiMtiiait ............ .lulu..... ...... ........ __ .
Why doo't .b. marry,thin sweetest fairy 7=- ...... ... .. { ...... ... lop.......... .... ... ."'JoI.I.C". .
the
matter. Everyone knows reason accomplish a vast deal,to wards tbe 'TI.strange Indeed tb.....'* none to lead ... ...... '" ...... T ITp ........Hops Mount..a. X8a .. ..._. ... .... .
;:. a why the company does! not extend SUIT. material development nl'Miami, but 'Herto; the altar; asB .. ivJ! ..... ... r Cap ....... Weae ..lupllurr..Wm.t ........ II Hit .... ... .., ......... 'NO III
"FRIENDLY" .
COST OF POTTERS .
r .F 1416i. 8 Cap \ Fiiliu BuHah. 8 85 a 10 ate, 1 4ap 10 801' ==-=
its service Is because it baa no Tola pretty maid thl*maid of Dade.Ala I ) e 425 .p H lAp hotel UUVN\ poliutlannI.v Ma 1 10 11ft -
property learned a 10
so far aa n be this partic- 1 lOp t
i The people of Dade County do not cj; HUH 41 00 ufl ; : .Y 1Ir.p! ...Tho Urnku .......... 8 nua 10 a" a I Ids III lap 8 amp '
i: for ale or rent in that part of Mr. B. M. ular association has done nothing dear friend,this tale will rend 1\Milt <*. 4 40 p 'Sup Ilo4tKKny. l I'nlnnUum. 8 Ion.IfI n) .a. I Slop.10 OM1p. 800 P 1,->0'
yet realize how expensive Your IyAlpa.thl.lntr heart,for trutb to tell 0 45n 0 IBA| DIU 'AU B lop' ..Wvat Palm Uuach..A r 00) IU 1
P P a 10
R :Ii I AO 1.
the city where no pipe linen bll.vllbeen suit to test the of any moment, therefore members He..teloper'.. tart, 10 (If. ...... .. .. ... ... ...... .. V DUp ........,lluvufmi....... Lv f ilIa... ...... .....801II..../ .....GAp.... I if..It. '\
Potter "friendly" IO.Ua .. ...... ... .... ... ..... III asp ....*'ort Uiiultrrdulu.. ., 8 IkI a...... ... ..., ,.,..... .0 P ',,.
i laid. I validity of the County bonds Is likely are anxious to know what becomes And 1ha61s ivhy the boys..any 11 miii ..... ... ...... ... ...... '.r 1011p _...I.amne City,........ I flea :.. ....?. ...... .. .... ... 4 01..p '.t
t The however a public in Of this pretty mnld, thin maid at Dad. II 'I lt 8 10. II top 4110 II lu Sop. Ar..Mletol.1. .* 41 sea -II"a IJ Ma, Oat 4 00 r
comp Any of the paid however small
money
to prove,and in order that they may fly t. M. "
carrier must meet the requirementsof ,.-
I' fully understand the matter THE SUN the amount may be.

.e" \ the public service or else forfeit its herewith publishes the first. bill which Tan SUN will cheerfully And zeal KRIPPENDORF'S LADLES' SHOES ..tu

,1"; franchise, and the City Council ia the the County Com missionera apppoved ously co-operate with the Board of at AHTHOMY Baos. OKsS08S00tg8t0YLOKD/COlSoltok0ltoetItoKolf olto6toKo1to1to8tok0ato/t

ti}, proper authority to compel the com and ordered paid: .vTrade, but some definite scheme of

i ,il) 'pany to comply with the provisions I, Fro of Bobbin and Hejraer........... f 100.00 action l is necessary, 'and some accounting Reports of markpricet from all tbe x Market Prices by Wir at +
it:' of that franchise, which calls for hydrants Eipenmw of trip to Tltunvllle to argue of funds more than de-I leading cities posted every day, nd all

I',i for fire protection.Are eaao ........;............. ............. O.ISO sirable. When the public knows iUy_. on Miami Club Par bulletin board. 2I r
Coat of copy of act needoil In bond
I.l the people of Miami aware of .ult .......?....-.................... ...* 11.OO what the association Is doing/: end Free for all. ... 321t: f v
the fact that all that portion of the Cant of copy of Journal entries, legislature. that Its funds and \ ;'It's Quotations by telegraph x
j'f of the railroad I ....................................... 2.00 tire legitimately New York, Chicago, St. Lonis Pit'.- .}
and west
; city lying north Exprean on Hotiite Journal........ ... :tfftBzi economically expended,, it will be burg, Baltimore and all ,leading ,market oIt from New York City, Chio '
tracks is absolutely without :euans trip to Miami to fet cane more ,disposed! to subscribe money

protection against fire That their! to issue .......to......Miami...... .....to.......... ... 0.55ExpenMM I, when It la culled for. on the prices Miami on vegetable Club Bar by bulletin'wire, bouily board,, Free cago, St. Louis, :.Fjlttsburg: ,

i \ homes may be burned out any time nose (nontnoniid trip )...............argue........ B 00 The Board of Trade CAN be, of almost Free to all. 3 :ai t f oIT oo .Baltimore and all leading

That having; no water they pay Paid typewriter bill...... .. ............ 0.50 incalculable: .benefit to Miami, -. '

a )largely increased insurance rates, meal ............_........ .". ..............tl.Oltd.OO and it la to be hoped that In the Bargains in Improved and unimproved ITS "No... markets, ..from reliable ,

t" I and that insurance t companies may Voucher No. 4318.: for $35 and future meetings will be more frequent.Let city' property. wlley.Droa.. Anthony nrmsare posted on our bulwill tao:
voucher No. 4340 for( 1,000 ,. o
Insure them at all? ,were Block.: 0
refuse to the members get; 'together; and sro Charge Afliryyi '-'U7 II
drawn and paid to llobbiiia and ..letin board nt
becauue this millionaire
; And all this
I discuss measures and projects that > J'tef .
;: corporation fails and refuses to Heyser. will benefit the town. Let them inaugurate Call up 'Phone 93: at MiamlClub'bar'g s telephoneif you''CICts r
from ,all
I of its Now the suit is in the Supreme 'get quotations leading ;:
letter
the spirit ,
out or Of
carry thoroughond systematic s
Court and Robbing and Ileyser will a markets on vegetablesaeutsbjr 'wire you will call us free: r-
and the Council the i up, ;
\, 'f contract, City scheme for advertising the advantages hourly. Coats you nothing. 3 21 tf 2
sworn servants of the peoplerefrainsfrom make one or more trips to Tallahassee of. 'charge. Headquarters '. .
offered by .Miami and South I -.- ,
t taking; any steps toward* compelling to argue thin case, which has Dade' to persons of small means, and 2s 2o Any for all the latest ", ;
t a
to extend its been appealed, and it l ia fair to prl'sllmeiftheych8rgpd I Large and small tracts -of land for news.as .y
the
I company a fee of 91,000 place this advertising in quarters i fruits and vegetables.: 'Townley Bros. 2 \ the markets t o acW
i pipe lines. where it; will bear fruit, In abort, let 'Anthony Block. .8o 11 t ,,etc. ; ;, .
for arguing this case before the.Circuit ;
t : This Florida East Coast Hotel Company us do something; practical, and thin 2o
f Court, they will want 2,000 for
received from the city a thirty 0II
can only be done by formulating: aleflnite .
$ I franchise'to occupy any and all ail argument; before the Supreme 'PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 2 a
year scheme' 'of action And then MIAMI ,CLUB BAR
Court, which illustrates the point 2If.
of the streets of Miami exclusively pushing forward In unity. Persistent ,

t without any consideration whatever, THE SUN makes, that the expenses end harmonious action will surely Tiir It. -ANNO. o Phone No. 92 Miaini. Florida ,

p except: water for< fire purposes, and of this ."friendly"" suit"- have only just produce results.! ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. oitoilol/otlOl.oko71o7eoilo79oi9o79okoi9o9oaoito7lt eplYO76okoiYOi9o7at0i6o

i after completing; water and sewer' begun.One thousand dollars OI _ProDt Kora, Hi toh.tt,Building, A.... D,
lines la those sections of the city as everyone
and railroad knows, ia l an excessive fee, but the EDITORIAL I BREVITIES. Miami, Florida 4-18-190 :m. M. llrow ,Pnwldcnt, -
where its own propertyis ii.01ut Ci ormWk, Vkie-ITatdUont
located, stopped work. The people monumental l gall of those lawyers in THE CITY* CLERIC ia. the city bookkeeper R. TAILOR Bat: of Bay Biscayne Gen.,,....rlM H.H.Ourrlx OiirthnlilB, 8..rond,Cwthlor Vlea-I'ranldi. .

i f I living north of the railroad, for asking; such a fee ia even exceeded by Does be ever strike a balance ROBERT Edward lioonih, Aailauiut; ; ; Cajihlnr"

the most part own their own homes. their'bill of two dollars for a law sheet? Does he ever report to council ., LA WYEB. Capital, $50,000 .

They pay taxes, but they get no book needed. Lawyers who com- the city's financial condition? If .- Office In Postofiice Block

sewer service and no fire protection. mand such large/; fees aa one thousand not, why not? 'What ia he paid for? MIAMI FLORIDA I2I.A.: : tI: FLORIDA. I

dollars certainly Ought to be ofitch -4"lf
men '
Against fire they are absolutely helpless a*a .a[,
and we question if the city Is not standing aa to possess a law F. ATKINSON ,

v liable for damage resulting from fire library, n nd If they do not possess it WHEN DOES TUB C CITY TREASURED iT Pianos Organs Sewing :Machines' .
y make a statement of the city's Hnunres -
1 when tax payers are not given the they surely can beg, borrow or buy ,ATTOFlNY- T.LWt
i for which such books of reference aa tire needed ? Or does h* ever 'make such a NOTARY PUBLIC. I sell direct from the Factory
they
protection pay. statement? The entitledto MIAMI FLA. The Celebrated Schubert Piano, with Mandolin Attachment
I J, without asking the tax payersto people Are ,. ,
It matters not If The Ceoover
they are NOT 11.Jtl-l" Pianos, t the Cable Pianos ,,, !
property owners. They may not pay for them. A* the County has know what .becomes of their \\ 'The Kins-abut Pianos, the Wellington PIanos,- kf

'. pay taxes directly, but aa house paid for this book, however, it ia the money. /I EO.! 'WOHL.HV, The Chicago[ Cottage Organ in twenty-nine styles.
At
the
duty! of the Circuit Court. Clerk V Very Lowest Prloes..nd on Liberal-Terms. S t,
I
,
holders rent Indirect
an
they ,
pay ATTORN EY-ATr-LAW. Catalogues and Prices Furnished on,Application, : -
: tax, and are entitled to some protect Sheriff or some other tflclnl to' nee WHEN is THE BOARD OF TRADE going -, Old Instnisiests Taken la Fuh.ngi .
.. General In Skate and Federal Court 1\i Celebrate Slogsr Sewing/ Hac.lni.
practice
that this and other books paid for
f I
have another
to Why
meeting?
',it tlon. This hotel company, through i All .btmliMM. entnut l wilt receive. prompt>t- Needles and
,: \,. -, its oral( manager,has already openly !by the County are deposited in the doesn't it take IH some ONE project tfntiort.:Offic, Brown Building, A.... D and 18th Attachments for all kinds prompt of Attvutioo.CO1U B.w4nr M..IaI.. ... Mall Orders'wM receive +

t defied the law by refusing to allow a keeping of the County, and not allowed that would be of material benefit!! to Ht""' AVK.-O. AN1 Illh .T.. '
f. : ; MIAMI, FLORIDA{ .MIAMI. JFLOniOA J. W TCKSON
.
a :'. citizen water connection/ although to i he placed In the private Miami, and push it through; Concerted t R-t!
_
be offered to pay double tbeordinarycuarge. libraries of those eminent gentlemenwho ; and persistent effort will accomplish 1

'I I' i so it, Ia not to be supposed demAnd and receive ODD thousand mueh. iS. H.RICHMOND, Agent

for one moment that it will voluntarily I dollar fees. .*- stei
Perrine Grant tail :Company: 'Fattnitot1e ,
This fee of one thousand dollars .
!
extend its and water lines.
1 1t f \ tr. sewer THE PLEA that there Is no moneyIn '-
.. The Council has taken notice a hardship on the tux: payers, andL'ounty UEAL. KSTATE. .
I City no the Street Fund,given as a reason 1 I -y fl
"' ,,':, t" : of the high handed and Illegal\ action Commie.loners who have the why DO streets are paved, is a very i-4-.im CUTLER..FLORIDA. :LargeStock ... .

.t p .. and IHsdoubtful if it will take any good of the people at heart would never poor one. If there >)J" no money in I III IJI =;:s III 1IL Small Prices -

NI :" ':' steps to compel the company to I Ir have pproved it as it wa rendered. the Street b'und, there ought to be. 0. W., S. BELL Good Goods '

,'" "* "..''.- extend its water lines and put ia But the additional l bill for expenses: No expensive, permanent, pubUc /

''i tf '\ hydrants unless the people them. caps the elirnm. It la pure, unadul- Improvements have been made so :Contractor and Builder '8PP.CIA.L ATTENTION '

;, ;d j ,. : selves take some step in the matter. terated gall, and THE: HUN:: Intends to what becomes of the 0,000 1 or tlO,. OP PINE HOUSES.I !: I" 0 00 GIVEN TO Mail Orders

; What ia the matter with the 1 pursue this matter and see that any
: : council 000 collected annually taxes?
u ; i ', any way? Are the members I legal books purchased| by the Countyto Why is no public statement made of I Do Business In South Dade I.u'X: Undertaking 'U all !Us Brandies .

'j ; w ? afraid of the Florida East Coast I assist these gentlemen; becomes the vity'a financial condition P. O..BOX 361 WEST PALM BEACH UIT$
II Ir Hotel Company? Are they working I the property of the County.THE b00N EDWIN NELSON,.Miami, Fla.
.% 3-1..111&
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Mi ; for thin tho who
v company or people -
p ** KstabllalMMl In "187
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elected 1 them? Have. they forgotten; BOARD OF TRADE. ON TOE MJNCTiaof the last meeting; -- ..

ut ew that they took an oath to serve the THE BUN reliably Informed thatI of the. County CunimUaioueraappeaTSthia ( Somers :Bro. & Co. '

btW interests of the city of Miami ? I I rior to the opening of the County entry: WILSON & FtYE
% PitUhurg Pean'a.Invite ,
Warrant No. 4482.: Lalnhart Potter ,
Re Are they aware that the breakIng Fair I letter. were meat out to various
i lumber,1186.82, Marrh 4th' .pro..ed and consignments of'Dade County ----D AL RSIN----
/ of uu oath of office renders them people Inviting them to come toMlamlllul'lolE paid.
Products Froh.
and
Vegetables ,
'? liable to Impeachment Or, knowing the Fair and conduct' Thus It will, be,seen that It Is profitable .
sale
promising .prompt highest
a "' ; all these things, do they wilfully ,''side shows," or other Hoes of business 1 to be Chairman of the Board of PiUsburg market prices and im- Staple and Fancy' GroceriesFRUITS

4 t'f' i sad of deliberate purpose refuse to I likely to prove attractive to County Commissioners, upon A salary meditte returns. Correct and con.

a l :o Oo their sworn duty? visitors. \' These persona wire informed of two dollars and mileage for servAtlve market .&!lvlc.. and quotations TOBACCO ,and CIGARS 1

rt' + t s, ; In there one single member of the that there would! be no each meeting. 'The Chairman: can with .stencils, suppliedfree

h{ w City Council of Miami who will refuse licenses to puy, but that a certain order lumber from'himself' without on requent.! LOWEST PRICES' ;I GUARANTEED Ordtrt Ta/iee at tttldfmtt. end All ,
collar and whatever Mra refer to thfa raper, 4eadino Dad. County v, .
to wear the corporation percentage of their profits would be competition, charge price ahippera.FittMbttry Buiha and other. wall known .Pptll/.O.Ilt1..d II"."
; 1.. twnnfully do his duty? required In lien thereof, and some toga ha pleases, approves the bill And! and rellubt..ouge. of information aa to our Avenue D. "
financial and bnaincaa Near
standing 14th
Thi eompunj can be com pel led toj to the Hoard of' Trade. orders. it paid. Thltt..to doubtless methods.Y.a.t St. MIAMI FLA.
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TROPICAL SUN, WEST X-ALU .BEACH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 196$. ':- T : '

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If ; THE SOUTH" DADE- SECTION : 1''I





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'n ROUND ABOUT MIAMI PROSPERITY AT CUTLER.- I WORlD'S LARGEST f. E..C. EXTEN?ION. :I t,

v Here Are Some *

Llqkst of''Local l New Packed up Larger; ,p. and an Increased Demand Crop of Tomatoes Balaed in Probability pf a Branch' Line to Cutler Bargains. V .7-

for all KI de of Land. and Vicinity at an Early Date
Here.-'jand'There. Dade by Thomas J. Peters.

And if watch this '
-- ., A short visit to Cutler by a SUN representative Tug SUN has information from a you space, ,
.b Brief Mention of Current Would Train Two and. Half MtUi '
Events Gathered Make a a ,
shown a very prosperous source that may be relied upon, that the I
will
;, '1 bf'THE IUN's..ubiquitous Reporters condition of affairs in that section Mr. Joon.i"vr- : freight Cliargei matter of extending the -Florida Jgant you; see something ;,: I

1 'fturlno- the Week. Thomas J, Peters has 340 ucies In tomatoes by the P. E. C. Coast railroad to Cutler, and probably a I worth reading each week >

: -- In one field, probably the largest little further, is receiving the serious attention .

1., Vital's Brand Clothiuf?-ANTHONY'S crop of its kind ever planted in.thia or livery one in Dade County knows that I of Mr. Flagler and his associates.A '

EDWIN CLAPP'S SHOES $6 oo and any other State by a single individual or honia. J. Peters Is the largest individual year or two since, Mr. Flngler was 17 lbs. Granulated g; Sugar for

y'i i $7.00-finest made-at ANTHONY'S firm. Mr. Peters has others interestedwith grower of tomatoes in' th4t State, more.or less impressedwith! the feasibility 18 lbs. Extra O. Sugar for

bind, but life Is the largest share. probably In the world, as Dude County of running an electric trolley line 5 1.21bs. Good Roapted Rio ColTee $$1 00':
Ik coals nothing to read the market
will thata Is the greatest tomato growing section in below Miami, also it : r
"' This area produce more looooo ,- and extending 12 ,Cans Full Weight {Milk of ret Cream
received hour.
quotations on Vegetable,
and the United l States
the United States ,
crates of tomatoes s, and there are some miles north of here for both 16 lbs. Good Rice r
7 ly, at Miami Club Bar, by telegraph. numerous other growers in that vicinity cads the world, Visitors journey twenty freight and passenger service I .
board free to.all. if 33 lbs Best Winter 'Wheat Flour
y Bulletin -- 3 21 who will also have large crops. Notably miles or more below Miami (o anew. The plan of running a loop below :

fe t u you wait too long. there is the Tropical Cultivation Company the wonderful sight-340 acres of tomatoes Cocoanut Grove, passing down the) Bay

t lut r ecaea the worm. and of which Mr. E. T. Bytngton of in a single field, but probably none bearing to the west and making Connection Hams 14c lb.

t aCaTat comer gets the first lots :Miami, Is the active manager. This who have seen this remarkable crop again at the Grove or possibly at "

>, Townley Bros., teal estate deal. ,concern has about So( acres in tomatoes.Mr. have'realized what It really reprenents.. Miami, was discussed. The electric Good Sun-Dried Apples lOc lb. ',

.<4yt.'Mil,;, thony Block. I C. H. Garthside, of Miami, and Prairie lends about Cutler produce ,road Idea was finally abandoned for the .
.
: LC/a1Nl." Negro band of "Colored Town," Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of the from 125 to 480 crates of tomatoes to the time being, end may not be revived at I p
of have acre. The former figure reprereat what all, but there is to believe e.
: obably kuown an "Nigger Town," is Bank Bay Biscayne, an area good reason ; D. LEFFLER II
look as a failure,
nearly as large tomato growers upon that Air. Flagler intends at a very early

; 4 in ctAH evidence!.. day.every One nlllbt: day, and thle sometimes'week it acres Dr in S. tomatoes H. Richmond and 10 of In Cutter Irish, has potatoes 20. caused by a poor season poor ,cultivation day to extend the F. E. C. R'f from Twelfth St. Between P..O, and Biscayne! Hotel MIAMI, FLORIDA *iI
fertilizer. Mr. Pe
and J insufficient .
:
Miami to Cutler either electric
by connection
,canieljj :-j3fronj| a funeral playing the and there are numerous others
; fields, all1001l.i'11 ers' laud is an fine prattle land cape or by branch road.
lehl"d Me'" with from 20 to 30 or 40 acre J ,
"Girl\ ----
h ; ( fine, the indications pointing to daily adapted for raising- tomatoes, as The development of the country about ,

A' Mr. 'J. K horn building a- hand. excellent oops, both in quantity and any in Dade County, and Air, Peters 1 Cutler has been very rapid during the s
.
e+ come twelve room residence on quality.Numbers of schooners are already car. himself Is an experienced-fargJ r, likelyto I past year, and there is every indication

w Eleventh- Street, between Avenues A Tying heavy loads to Miami for ship get as much produce per acre 'as the of a healthy land boom. The increased .XIMJ\NIES.g i

4 and B, adjoining his present home. It ment. Mi' Peters has--had built a large next man. demand for lands, both prairie for veg- .

wr will be one of the finest finished and barge, with a capacity of 2,500 crates, J-.stimate, then, that his crop will\ etable planting, and pine lands for fruit
which he to tow with a
k most expensive residences in Miami. schooner. Betides proposes, the steamer Biscayne average 300 crates to the acre, a culture, and the good prices obtained

,. One of a fishing party on the Klondike affords belter faci'.ities: for ship'ping. moderate estimate, and you will hays. give evidence of a substantial and permanent .

: whose name has not .,'et transpired 102,000 crates which loaded in railroad prosperity The people in that Dry Goods Notions Etc.

'e* ,4 captured a splendid 93 pound of Dr.the Richmond very excellent, who Is hotel the proprietor at Cutler, cars ut aa average of goo crates to the section have built several miles of good !;
carload would be car, The length ,
204 roads during the and the
4 Tarpon, about six feet long, off BearsCut reports quite a numberof visitors during past year ,
\.. Monday. This Is the first ot the the season, and says inquiries for lend fa car, including space and bumpers County Commissioners propose taking

season, and will.probably be mounted' (have been than more for two numerous the previously...,past 30 between each, averages 64 feet, hence over and caring for these made as public The Only Complete and Exclusive r
clays
years he Peters would a train
+by Prof. Dickinson, the well known Prairie land is bringing good prices, aud crop represent highways thus opening up a vast and
:
Goods House in
Dade 1
eight miles there is plenty of good government less than two and one half tnlles. I quantity of freight to be hauled to ;

*u The Steamer Prince Edrtrard, wLichfcjias land open to homestead eutry, [uiugine a train loaded with ,nothing market.Mr. We have just received our New Spring: Silks Lawn, Nainsooks, '

"+, been running to Nassau doting the and there have recently bern quite a but tomatoes 2i miles long. Flugler owns a quarter interest in Swisses, Chambrayp, Embroideries: Laces. Ribbons Etc: Imported '
of( entries
I humber
1\ 6\\asoo. met with an accident last week The whole lower eud ,of the County. is A, crate of tomatoes will weigh 40 the great Perrine land grant near Cutler and Domes Rush Fabrics of Till kinds \f

M> <:. ( } will make no 'more trips She I prosperous and settling; up rapidly. pounds Thus the loaded weight of the and THB SUN Is informed, also possesses Samples furnished upon request. Great line

i' 'pI J",Yrl\ves: This week for Boston, and will Good roads are being built: homesteads Peters crop, packed in crates, would be 50,000 acres additional further of House Furnishing: Goods lit :

'+ r' : T: doubtless carry a numberof passenger. improved, fruit groves lauted and The the four million and fifty thousand :.pounds. down. As an enterprising business man Low Prices.

T.ie Martingne will fill out the schedule country people! now Is generally are anxious prosperous.for an extension There are six baskets,in each. crate and Mr. Flagler sees the necessity making ;

I, till Mar, and It U elated, will of the railroad and believe it will be uch.basket\ will average: ,30 tomatoes, these lands available by railroad connection The i
probably run all summer. I ,done before a great while which is 180 to the crate or 18,360,000 thus opening a way to market SURPRISE STRE

tomatoes.At for the people who settle on them. This
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the rate tomatoes are selling when will, of course, at once increase the TWELFTH STREET AND AVENUE C. C. L. XIMANIES Propr
.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
.. .YTYYYYTTYTYYYYYYYYTTYYYTYeYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYH his article'in written $4.00 per crate, value of these loads and now ,that the 3'l4'3.n

f the Peters crop would bring$ o8ooo.oo, matter of railroad extension has been i

but some will sell for more and some taken up, there is ample reason to r

ess. Besides, there are afendant expenses believe some action will be taken as I

such as freight charges, broker. : soon as Mr. Flagler and his associates .

thR = age, etc, so it is probable be will net I receive some definite and reliable assurance gyas igiKM3Cie3Ett3it3Botutlrnt (

w about $2.00 a crate, or |ao4ooo oo. But that there will be sufficient business f
.lor tit ton Cof hotel VPH|. ItariCrilii bulnmiiproperty '
or improved ,
vaiious j
t.L this must
out of come ,
expenses to justify the cost of a branch, line. ,
fliince muting on Bay tan In :III...mi. Will\ UO
: nlm. : : : pay '
.
such as fertilizer, coat. of cultivation four,.on atrui't IKO l u-et, MI Avuiiuu .
.
A" 100 feet, This property it. |xr cent on In\.tDlent. Can be '
crates, baskets, packing, etc., for each luwr el. 1*.1 hn IJntfl, Uo luot hud ut a bargain II 0uld |JII tba 1
individual tomato must be wrapped. NO CHANCE TO BID. tromp: .Motet Park Btirtnin' at next thirty day. .

Tt.c'7 V He probably used about a ton' of ,fer. .
oooooo
Uizer to the acre at $35.00 A ton -which Largest Lumber Company on the East

, amounts to $11,900.00. Crates and has- Coast Cannot Sell to Dads County.
kets cost him about 13 cents, which for
-- TOW LEY BROTHERS
would amount 'to $13,260. The
102,000 TUB SUN has made the point that t
cultivation, picking packing
coat of County supplies are purchased from favored
hauling and shipping to the railroad\ individuals without giving others REAL ESTATE AGENTS F

I depot at Miami, with other Indd otRIespeusel the chance to bid, reference to which Is '
only be ,guessed! at, but
can
MIAMI FLORIDA
made elsewhere In the case of a bill of ,
STRAW HATSYou mounts to a large figure. Allowing for lumber for $186.62 bought by the County !
various however, a
all these
expenses '
Lalnhart -
: from & Potter, Mr. Lainhart ooooooBartrnfn
which I is an exceedingly; r
dollar a crate,
Chairman of
icing the Board of County
estimate and fixing his ultimate
high Commissioners, In Omnao Grove tn tho i
get KNOX andYOUNG'S net profit a dollar a crate,* and his crop vlululty of: Mliiiiu.. I Nine. aci'" In
can Manager M orris".f>f JJUe Bond & Bond triiot. Five Huron "In bearing' trove
at the moderate estimate of 300 crates to Lumber of:West Palm Beach t 4 yens; old. Hmull uutfatt'' Will \,'tt. t/'
Company, ,
culled -;> .. roilY HO par rent nit Invr.hnvut.aiN.
Straws ,at our he acre, the Peters crop ((110
the largest concern of its kind on the urfftiln at Four ThouHuntl 1 folium. .
others interested in it) .
though there are I East Coast, states that he ban never had
stores- ..There is nothing like will yield $102,000 00 clear money.
f I an opportunity to bid on lumber for the
has-been a good; one. have.. desirable I hll.I"....
this Va
But season County. In view of the fact that the L Why nny rent wlwn you can bur property ,
be greater, prices from Townluy Dr..., Mintnl. tileucoitaK in :Mmml iiniirowcl and tiiilinproved -
jthem in America.LSHIRTS. The yield\jill probably and the Bond & Bond Company does a very *. (rum $;UU.OU to $IUae.aa un ,for mil "ii racy tei'iiu.iE ,
or.ood and the market strong Deny terini.
\ i
extensive business at already stated,
Iw of expenses has been placed at .
"J estimate E52BS I
the largest on the East Coast It Is fair to
f l I. = I a high figure, so it Is not unreasonable to presume that their prices are at least as ,
the Peters at the eud of
believe that crop
heap: as Lainhart & Potter's. Still they .
the season will bhow, a net profit of
'V. have no opportunity to bed on County
: $;t.50 or more per1 crate, a grand total ofr5O.oo0. supplies. Tomato Wraps and
This is Illustration\ of what
: The conclusion is natural that lumberIs
; \ '. can be accomplished in Dade County by purchased\ from Lain hart & Potter, "
an enterprising, industrious man. Mr.'eters because Mr. Luinbart is Chairman of Crate Nails ;
here a few, years ago: a poor
came
he Board ,or County Commissioners,
in I man, but he has in a brief period amassed This is not only in defiance of the spirit
Newest Spring Styles, a considerable fortune and laid\ the'jundatioit I have just received a large stock. of Tomato \7rapn .
and
IBTTBR of the law, but a usurpa
for a colossal one. Tomato Picking Baskets, Crate Nails and VrgotnMe
White Grounds, lion of authority in office that is morally a
neat effects.
But to. carry out these figures still detestable. Is LITTLE.: It is beneaththe Carriers. I purchased curly and purchased riglit.antl! I 1
fUfth r. A large part of the Peters crop it will\ pay any one in need of tomato wraps and nails
what dignity of honest man, and it
Plain Stripes any
with are will be classed by the trade as "fancy" breeds moral cowardice among the to see me, or write for prices, before buying. I ulso i

the best dressers call for-- and tomatoes so classed! run in baskets people. carry a ...- r
from s dozen to a dozen and a half to
Give; every! body a chance to bid on
he sells a of Full of General MerchandiseAT
the make is two dozen. Suppose crcp County supplies. Line
Of :
course, tomatoes, running a dozen to the basket
.. 'I
LIVING
for $4.00 and after paying all expensesnets F r f----- 1'RLCESHUDSON

f oo, or for six dozen tomatoes he The Farmers Pool.
M1NH1TT1NJ
lets about a cent and a half a piece. i
:- New The farmers association at Fulfprd is BURR
man in ,
The retailer or grocery I ,
.
progressing. The first 'lot was bid olf'0\
elsewhere $4 oo !
York,Chicago; or pays Liftle
for them or about sU cents for each commission men as already chronicled River, Florida .

tomato In order to make a profit he In THK!: SUN,at high prices. The Inspection i+

V most tell for at least 90 cents a basket, committee of the association consists -,
F. t of R. 13. McDonald Secretary of
15 40 a crate, or7>4 cents for each tomato ,

', the consumer, :Note. the.diaereiice pays and the between price what the the and association J, J. Bryan; Arch G. W.Sloan King,and president George, FRANK\ W. STANTON\ & CO. f,

ANTHONY BROS. farmer receive, aud can yet make a Bull. Last week some tomatoes packed :' V

good profit. A large part of the difference on Mr. McDonald's own farm were OUR SPECIALTY.; ; '

into the pockets of the rail. thrown out, showing that the business

...... road goes companies, so it is the producerand -Association i Is being conducted on Fancy East Coast Tomatoes ; -
suffer-the the level. Since the first lot was sold
k') the consumer who producer
; West Palm Beach Palm Beach Miami : by Retting a small price for his other farmers have joined being satis.* .,*

t oil oil produce, and the consumer by paying a, lied that poor fruit poorly'packed, will .14 Vine Street Philadelphia.t[ ; 'f
not be passed the inspection committee ",.t
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no matter to belongs. '
The freight charge per crate in car Growers of Florida and Grape-Fruit h,,- r
Oranges f
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Ar8SIIGnt load lots from Miami to Chicago is 63
Shoes eficlal to the farmers around FulfordVOUNO'S
Ant1'onv's S cents to Pittsburg 64l;: to Kansas CIt y r
Salesmen !! ; OROVES UQCATfcll ; 1
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'fI'! : L i j 63 the, Florida East Coast road for the short Liles & Stanton, Terra CeU Fla. ArmairoiiK! / & Smjto I'alusettu .;..

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i iJ ===MIAMI- ---BUREAU- -If Mr. 1.icDonftli.ropoes 1; to-be-,a ROUND----ABOUT- -- MIAMIlinks NEWS OFSQUTH DADE \. ;' 8ItO 08ltOIltO ; -;;;;;:; ;0 ('J IItOIl0IlO tortotetlro "! ': .

Democrat be must not recommend '

1 i )\ THE TROPICAL-011- SUN use Republicans his official' for position political to ottlca procure and of Local News Picked' up Tip Top Prices and Good Crops o a. SITES & e. :, : :

their appointment. In faet,it would Here and There. Making Farmers Happy. Ifv q' ,
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Office In Autbouy Block Twelfth Street near MEMPHIS
Avenue C. simplify matters he would cense to TENIM. ,;
J Brief Mention of Current Events Gatheredby Brief Chrontol of Events of the week L "' ESTABLISHED t88b I,
be A Democrat in name something o
,, IRVINE MATHER, MANAGER ; no
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: THE SUN'S Ubiquitous Reporters From Fort Lauderdale to Cutler '< r
he never was In principle, and never Riu\ RagNCu-Meremitlle: Agencies. National Bank Commerce' South.w '
Aotlvo.
t.he Buyer
All nubiirrlptloilM, ndvertlflfriiietitn" and order for will be.Dade. Purina Week. a' ern, American Pacific and Wells Fargo. EzprdaCo.o y
+ job wi.rk South of Port Jtiiildenlale received at '" ",,' t

I, s ;, till, *office. County Democrats' want A very lady-like;young wan" "In Mlamy Tim farmer may crumble, to hlinmiH.mumble+ Jobbers Of ----
clean honest,nincere noon !at the head was known at borne... Sammy. l Dlxploiuoi\ with the weather;
t r] .i POSTOPHICB HOX 1S"0o61 ol their political organization! and But tho boys; langhliiir,gently chanhur Bat.ue'shl8 own }mauler and never baa to
orol'I'
i Persistently called him Nanny. Ask poi'inlHalon to quit work.Commission I. Pompano Spanish Mac I r '
t. t' :MIAMI, FLORIDA, APRIL 4, 1003.: tot men who are Democrats as a t ,

natter of expediency, to serve their Best business lots la Miami cheap meu are taking the field I' RED SNAPPER ,

)" ; If you approve the policy of '>wn ends! and: those of the corpora- Townely Bros., Anthony Block. and bidding for the oncoming crop of

t tions thgtemploytbem. Thesooner pineappels. Several went down to the Early '
THE TROPICAL SUN, don't wait Six carloads of tomatoes were shippedby
Mr. McDonald retires the better this week. and VEGETABLESJBVery
,,'. for a canvasser to call upon you. E. C. Lanier & "o. last week.It Keys o>> 1
the will be. Late
pleased people
a "r, Send or bring your subscriptionto is rumored that "Billy" Woods has Mr. Marion Long baa a crop of four IU' of I .

t, the office. a scheme afoot that will startle the acres ol tomatoes near Fulford that 1Cf "- Littlo Sale For: Ora't i .
He Has no Fire Protection natives.Mr. promises a good yield. He says, how 1i 7
', ever that he, like other farmers lu that o '
Dr. R. E. Shaefer lives Ave 'J Prefer buying outright ; not on Consignment. Quote what I pat
MDRE LIGHT ON'M'DONALD.. whp on gt .'
Sulzner, who. owns number of vicinity, bas had ]his crop damaged by '
nue D, near Tenth street is one of the a 2. WIRE WHEN LARGE LOTS OF FANCY FISH TO' i oly1tit jl ,. ,b1''tMo' ,
wet weather blossoms falling.off. ,g!
Attention was called last week tq houses in Miami, la remodeling a cottage many '
substantial citizens of Miami and he has 'fk.oiSO iI
the fact that the Chairman of the the manhood to publicly declare that on Avenue 11; near''' Tenth Street. Attention of the farmers Is called to olaolSOitokloltoieoSSOkoSOklo7ao7SO1SO11oitoSlollolto7eoke ys

;t; Dade County Democratic Executive fire protection is an imperative necess when finished it will be a handsome six the advertisement of Sites & Co of ,ter"a

Committee had used his official prestige ity. The water main passes! directly in room residence..__ \lcmphla, a reliable commission firm,

II to secure the appointment of a front of his house on Avenue D, but there Four ol Mr. Williams' cottages at the which solicits consignments of fruits and

Republican an active, bitter offensive la no fire hydrant north of Twelfth corner of Avenue B and Tenth Street are vegetables." They give good/; references, E WADD LL.

partisan fo a political office. II street." i nearly! finished, and another Is to be and can be relied upon* to make prompt _
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i'' was Joseph McDonald who securedthe "If my house caught fire," said the. I built. They wi I add greatly to the returns. "

appointment of C. C. llaiglit, doctor "all I could do would be to watchIt appearance of those streets., Commissioners. :111N1N111N1/N111t ti1N1Nf NN _

.... burn up." County ,
trtTiaurprof the Dade County Republican -
; Dr. Shaefer is but be is in The clcwingof the Royal Palm seems '
a
taxpayer
'I t >, ] Executive Committee to the the same boat with other to make very little difference to Miami, The County Commissioners met -Monday Real i Fine list City Lots, desirci]
taxpayers
office! of Jus tit'e of the Peace at Palm his and nothing in The streets are as full as usual and the in regular session most of the work .__ r

Beach. pays return. money gets patrons of the Royal Palm spend little being of the routine order, approving' i ble Biscayne Bay front I

THE! SUN has procured a list 01 ,,. money at Miami stores, anyway, trills and ordering them paid. The pub t:,
-- lication of the tax list was givon to the i /'
those who signed the petition for CAN'T HE- BULLIED. Mr. Theodore Kurcb,buyer for B. C Miami Metropolis Estate also Fruit and v .gatJt:

Hniftht'a: appointment, and herewith Laniert & Co returned Tuesday from ,
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U presents it, together; with the political Merchants Who Refuse to Pay Extor- Elliott's Key. where be bought about Tracts MiamiCo OJ

affiliations of the petitioners: tionate Freight Charges sixteen carloads of pineapples for early TRAINS TAKEN OFF near : ). .

E. N. Dimick Democrat; State shipment. He paid a good price, but and i

t1 Senator for this, the Thirteenth Sen. Some people in this County have an the market promises to be very strong. And Transportation Facilities Insufficient nut Grove and vicinity; .
for Moving Crops of Dade County
: torial District comprising Dade and Idea that it la dangerous to their financial The unusually large/; number of commission i

I Drevard! Counties. interests to act contrary to the law I men In Dade Eounty this season Just' as expected, the Florida East proved and unimprovtsuitable ,
I laid down by the Florida East Coast shows the importance oC this section asa "
E. Root, Republican ; present poet : Coast roadtook: off all ..the "season"trains Collection ,
master at Palm Beach and retiring; Railway that is that they must pet every vegetable and fruit producing country the early part of the'week. for residence or"u'

Justice of the'peace, in whose place, pound of freight over the F. E. C. R'yor and it also insures better prices for the By way of compensation, the F. E. C. .
quit business. This Idea has been the faimers. Competition .111 the life of:
will ruff an express!! [train which starlet
Ilaight was appointed.A. cause of creating a moral cowardice in trade. Thursday, leaving Miami at lo p. m., i vestment a'a'I
W. Jackson, Republican; assistant Agency
Miami and Dade
the
County
generally
I and stopping all along; the road up to
t postmaster under the two last extent of which is simply appalling. Considerable time, money and rock Fort Pierce. From there on it Is a :111111NNNNNNe11Ne1...++. .< w
administrations, and always a delegate There are, however, some men who were used this week fixing Sixth Street "flyer." -

I: : to the Republican Conventions will not be bullied into paying exorbl. between AvenuesC and'D. Sixth Streetis For the present however, the general!

n. M. FlHgler, Republican on the tant freight charges and consequently, much used because It is the only cross and Indiscriminate stopping of.trains Is 1 Phosphate and

at authority of F. E. Harris, of the charging their customers in proportion. street that is paved between Second and A great inconvenience and hardship on l' '
One of these is C. D. Lefler of Twelfth. There are others that demand tea&
Ocala Banner. men the traveling and shipping public. The Orange ;
M. E. Spencer formerly Republican Miami the well known grocer, who attention. ______ amount of business done by the Palm -oplng. link* a ytl tereaa.d w." r

but now affiliated with the Prohibi, : buys a large portion of his goods in New Mr. Edward II. Walker, of Orlando, Beach and Miami accommodation train On the "W g vtyJ!; & \ '

tionists. Was a candidate for Con. York and has them shipped to Key Fla., one of the largest' pineapple buyers was simply phenomenal, but the train is '

,i prens: against Col. Bob Davis, the West, from whence he gets them by who come to MiaiiU: was here this cut off with the rest without regard to : Aermotor Wind Mills( i,
schooner. Armour & Co Fertilizers Chicago. Cblcaj
Mr. Lefler's independentaction Agent ? rJ' '
I Week and' 1:1de: a': flyCni'trip to the( public wishes or convenience Becausethe ,,
}i' Democratic nominee, four years does not seem to have hurt his Keys, buying r.e"er'al.cfops of pines, "season" Is over and tIe golf lads Correspondence Solicited. f

ago udiness; on the contrary be IS doing a and returned home to remain till the and lasstea have gone home; no further r fto hl i.
II. F. Hammond, Republican, and larger business than ever before, and at puce Over Bank of Bay Blsoayna Mount
ge
1 5I crop begun to move which ,will be a attention is to be paid: to the needs and Avenue D. and Twelftd Street MIAMI,
now a member of the Republican the name time retains his manhood and little later this year owing to the dry wishes of the PSOPIB who live In 'Fior. j 7-3tn .
self respect. lIe canneither: be corneredor .. '
CuuntyExeeutiveCommittee. weather Ida; and who, give an all-the-year-round "
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J. \r. Owens ((1)), an importation ol intimidated. ye-a- support to the F. E C. i WEST PALM '
Another case In point Is that of D. K. It Is stated the fast freight will be Tie BEACrV,
Joseph E. McDonald's from Tallalumsee THE PASSING SHOW.) : run Everglade r Produce Co.
Knight & Brother, of Lemon City.
at the close of the session ol for the next six weeks, making Jackson FLORIDA :

I the Legislature of 1897. Owens was These gentlemen also became tired of Points Purely Personal of People ComingAnd ville in eighteen hours. The ordinary ,J
t being compelled to pay extortionate Freight time from Jacksonville is. about will pay a liberal price for Tomatoes. Will want five to ejght :
a member of that Legislature: from freight rates so they went to the ex- Going; ? foOa. DAYS. What earthly chance hasa hundred crates a week for ten weeks Correspondence solicited. f

Luke County but at its close went to pense of building a dock at Lemon City, merchant to make money when begets '
Palm Bench to work for McDonald where Vice-president Long and Mr. SmithD.
they now receive their goods :
and has since been employed by him. from Key West by schooner. All of Pickett, of the A. V. & W. R'y, were perishable freight to over Deliver 1 a road freight that requires Lute ,,
fourdays 366 :
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these In Miami looking after business this Iscayne aufl Supply Co. -
E. 91. Brelsfortl Republican; retiring goods are shipped from New miles? When the fast freight quits ha
Vork the week. __ ___
postmaster at Palm Beach and by Mallory Line to Key West.It Miami will be in the same old rut-one
is worth while mentioning here BRICK CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER and HAIR. Sole Agents for Waruell Crates ,11
member of the Republican District Thomas Casskly a prosperous tomato train a day and four days from Jackson
\ Congressional Committee. that lire Mallory Line is building up a grower of Key Largo, came up with a ville for ordinary freight. .- MIAMI, FLA sox a4a.' J, A, CONRAD, and"" eager <, 'J ij'j

J r E.L.. RusHell, Republican; from big t> trade in this section, bringing !goods large load of fine fruit on his schooner Just now the tomato shipping businessis 4-tf .

I Pa. in to Kew West, which are shipped by "Meander" He also brought! a fine at its full zenith, yet trains arc taken .
only
lilosburg Floridaduring
the winter.:, ; schooner, and If I the merchants get to- lot of early pineapples. off. TaB SUN la informed that osday Buy Your Clothing of the

gether and offer some inducements it is this week between Miami and Ft.
Charles A. Stone; political affiliation not improbable that a light draft steamer Mr. Herbert Putnam, librarian of
4 Pierce left the
ot unknown and undiscoverable. would be put on to Miami direct. Congress, who is winning golden opinions depot platforms fully a.ooo because crates were the trains on bad PIONEER CLOTHING'MENOF

I + .T. W. Doe and Frank A. Gonza; These cases Illustrate the contention from public men for his admirable to them.
no capacity carry
Republicans\> ; outspoken In their TBS SUN makes that if the people of management' of that great Institution, The fact of the matter is that business

political sentiments ; from Maine Dade show a little independence and has. been visiting his ,Jbrother-in-law, la BO heavy from Miami that the express! DADE COUNTYSchneidrnan
Mr. Kirk Monroe Grove.
at Cocoant
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and non-residents. In the drug; business cease to )bow down to tile F. E. C. R'y care usually lAva Miami: loaded to their

,4 during the winter at Palm corporation they.will prosper ten-fold. Mr. Charles Miller, Editor"of the lull capacity, arVd have no room to pickup
Beach. ------* New York Times, and GeTorge Fred produce along the road.It .Cohen

., I, Louis Riegel politics nnknown ; Likely -to Buy. Williams were two distinguished visi- is usually estimated that 1,000 .

y only in Dade County two months; Mr. Heory Sperry--and wife, of Nash- tara at Miami who went down the Bay crates is a full load for an express car, .' \' Miami. Florida

clerk in Doe & Qonza'g store. tille, Term,. spent a few days In Miami. lu 'a launch and paid l a visit to Mr Bo feet long but recently express cars
Kirk Monroe at Cocoant Grove. .They have out of Miami carrying'
1,300
Mr. Sperry Is a distiller, and a man of gone
TeAse YVnna maker ; there is a negro; large and, varied. business interests. For are delighted with Florida. ratenr which make it dangerous for the SUBSCRIBE THE

Republican politician by this name, ._.. messengers. FOR SUN
several years he has had a winter homeat ---- e ------+ express
anllt I is prgsumably he. No other Orla.do, and also a couple of orange Court Notes It is not the fault of the Express Com-

Jesse Wanamaker could be found. and grapefruit The freeze pany that It can riot receive all goodsoffered
groves. --- -----
however, ruined his County Court will meet next Tours but of the F. K C. Railroad -, ,
This, then, comprises: the list of groves, and he is :
men who signed the petition forIliiiuht'a anxious to sell out. While here be day,but there is only one case that of a Company which limits the express -AcI"I.. t. Boy. I AB Bikliuo co.e .
i made a trip to Cutler an I through the white man, held for larceny, of any; Company to a certain number of'cars. Be thorough in the performance of In the depths of an arctic winter the
; appointment. Some oft adjacent with the view criminal importance. This, then is the situation. And in every duty, says a writer to boys In Eskimos keep up their spirits by hold' it.
country of
them\ ire very estimable gentlemen: chasing one' two! thotigHnd pur- Circuit Court meets In May, an or acres of by storm all at You
4a and nil may be perfectly reliable nod land. lie was very much pleased with are 18 prisoners' in j jail awaiting trial on Company deliberately refuses lo supply at the bottom and once.work up.must However begin gramme both vocal Is not very 'varied.although: a # M

i reHpormitile.. THE;: SUN line no comment Miami and South Dade generally, and felony charge., besides several out on sufficient transportation for the rlpen- trivial and unimportant the duties may Indulged In.Instrumental music are

..i to make concerning them, hut will probably Invest very largely. bond. The docket is the largest' iu the big crops. The buudreds and thousands be of the first positions to which you The single Instrument needle. a kind

merely to point out that the list . history of the County. Jail room Is at a of crates of tomatoes left' along are appointed, perform them with scrupulous of tambourine made of \a wooden hoop

f c shows that the name of only one A Canons Cray Fish. premium, and uuleasthe new jsil.ie. I. finIshed he line because of Insufficient; cars to care and accuracy. It Is not the some thirty Inches In diameter across
known Democrat was attached to -- very soon Sheriff Frohock is likely carry them to market are a dead loss character of the duties to which you which wet deerskin la stretched

the that with this Mr. W. S. Dickinson the well known to have the pleasure of taking his prigners to the farmets. will be assigned that la of Importance But instead of thumping the skin It
petition ; solitary taxidermist and naturalist of Miami, on > around with him, day and night -- ..,. ..e.pr...- but the method in which you discharge is the boop that Is beaten. Standing
i exception the petitioners were Republicans them. Most distinguished men In
out In the middle of the
tent, the
Tuesday, received from Mr.John Shore, here Is no place to put them. Removing Ink Stains From Cloth country who hare (ifed'themselves performer
: or antagonistic: to the to strikes the tambourine
turning slowly'
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of Lauderdale, a curious beaut that Is -. .-. ...-. wealth and prominence bear
Democratic party, and it was this The removal of Ink stain is always, a testimony round all the time, while tour or live w
classed as a fish, but is tbe to the fact that the
cray mostremarkable faithful
Captured by the Sheriff. I perform raise their
women voices In
petition t 1111 tWit" endorsed by the problem, because Inks are made by so what they
looking ance of their work In '' '
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# ever seen many processes. Soap and water will every position believe to be song. .;
ChoirniHtj of the Dade] County Democratic In this section. Sheriff Frohock captured a at which they occupied was the '
It is about ten inches negro remove some Inks, while-strong( chemi cause of The whole performance) Is the most ,
Executive Committee, who long, and about four across. the b-irk St. Augustine who had stolen, about $40 cals make little impression on others. their success. The young man who horrible discord but pleases where Ig.

vx _, procured) the appointment of C. C. but it is flat with a flat head and body, worth of silver ware from the Royal Th" sooner the stain is treated' the more gives absolute satisfaction to his employer norance Is bliss Each man In tbe '

;. Haighr n hitter partisan, and the flat and spreading tail, like a fan, with Poinclana Hotel at Palm Beach, and easily soaking it In Is cold removed-water, or Washing in sweet and or I builds bis own road to prosperity. company Is expected to take his turn

}; Iren-nirer of the Republican County short legs, Indicating a mud-digger. Mr. edged; him In jail at Miami. He was tour I milk will remove the greatir with the drum,. which he whacks till ..
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T o hl of be la tired.
i Dickinson has pursued biB profession in I isklsted by Sheriff' Perry. Dade County'sIndefatigible part> of the Ink and frequently the Childhood. ,
Executive; Committee. tain. Spots on washable articles Ethel(at her arithmetic lesson)-What
Florida for to years but has nevc'r seen Sheriff also captured. two I Joh..r'> Esplanade.
This lot good politics in !\Ie- I hould be soaked In milk or water. Is a quotient'JohnoyWhat 1.
:i may : anything< like It. He says it if certainlynot I icgroes at Palatka, with the assistance Rub the spot and Chang the Mr. Wlae-lobnny. can you tell me
..:. DoniiM'.! entimaliort, but he rill flnd a hybrid, but a distinct species. He of Sheriff Howell, at that place, abe I rvqiiently. After two or three days liquid if one number by another.you get by dlyldlna wby the little band on my watch goes ;

,e that such method will not tiu tnlt> '- has mounted it. and will send photo are wanted for stealing about $12$ worth I n stain remains, wet It with a strong Ethel-Oh. the answer! Then faster than the big one?
ted In Dale' County. Democrats will graphs{ ant detailed descriptions to the of> dry good( and clothing from Sewell I olulioa of oxalic acid and place it in don't yon call It the ..nlwer'JobnDy.'C..uae why Johnny (after mature reflection* mar
Sinithsoulan Institute lot Washington, Brothers and R.I. Mathers at Miami. I he sun. After thla rlns. very thorough. Paps, Isn't it for the same reason that 7
r !i: not submit to !pudi double dealing D, C. ill were held for trial. I iy.-March Ladies' Home journal to remember. that word's too easy, 1 bar to rno.when, I go walking with

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TENNESSEE MINE A CAPITAL STOCK INCREASED' : DIED AT THE AGE OP NINETY. I
I I DEAD BODY FOUND IN RIVER.! AcciDENT
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Con.olldatlon of Large Interests In T. J. Suddeth Was One of the Pioneers -- I
Supposed to be That of Captain Taylorof
DEATH TRAP TO MEN Birmingham, Ala of Hall County. Ceremonies at Cathedral of St. John South Jacksonville
a'' Gainesville, Ga., April 1.-T. J. Sud- the Savannah. TO PLEASURE PARTY
Birmingham Ala., April 2.-At Baptist at Jacksonville, Fla., April 1.-The
meeting ot: the stockholders of the Birmingham duth is dead at his home In Jefferson, Savannah, April 2.-His eminence, dead body of a white man floating In
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Details of the Terrible Catas- and Steel Cities Railway and aged 90 years. He was born and reared Cardinal Martinellt;....formally opened the St. Johns river has been found
: Power company the capital stock was In Hall coifuty and moved to Jackson the fair of the Cathedral of St. John ,near Mayport. Returning From Dance Run f;

', I','',;<: Trbplio at Dayton Tenn. Increased from $500,000 to $1,000,000. county 14 years ago. tho Baptist last night. The fair was The body which was much decomposed .
He la survived by his two daughters ; attended crowd and the Down by Train.
This, company was formerly the by a- great has been Identified aa that of:
FIFTEEN! BODIES I : RECOVERED Steel:Cities:\ Railway company but a Mrs. George W. Faulkner, of ceremonies were round of great Inter Captain Charles C. Taylor, a former '
.'. declaration was !filed in the probate Bellton and Mrs. J. A. Suddeth, of eat. There was a groat assemblage resident of South Jacksonville, who CATASTROPHE AT ROSSVILLB

Are 0 office Saturday afternoon changingthe Jefferson. He leaves SO great-grand of clergy, prominent! representative disappeared suddenly on Feb. 4 last,

t. it Is Supposed There Are Many More name to the Birmingham and Steel children and 12 great-great. -grandchildren of the Holy Roman church, besides his launch, the Bessie, being found Three. of the Party Were Instantly

;,. I In Jjhe'Mine:: -Catastrophe! Was Due Cities Railway and Power company "Cardinal Martlnelll, Rt. Rev. Bishop B in the marsh near. Fulton. Accordingto i''
Mr. Suddeth had the distinction of Killed and Another, the Bride of a
to-a and this company wilt absorb the Warrior J. Kelley of the diocese of Savannah, what could be learned from Mayport
7 Premature In .
''1">'" j.., Shot Blasting.Worsl River Power company.- The companies being the first man to suggest Governor and Rt. Rev. Bishop Northrop, of the it was positively stated that .Identity Week, Was Probably Fatally InJur.

'tn History of Mine. win be consolidated with a' cap Allen D. Candler for any political diocese of Charleston, being present. had been established though td-Accident Occurred at Crossing.St. .
itallzatlod''.of,UOOO.OOOl.nd., the final office. This was prior to ;1877, The fair is given for the purpose ot: some persons have regarded It as rath.
Chattanooga, April t.A'specla to step will' have been taken In the or when he suggested Colonel Candlerfor ralslag money with which to pay oft er remarkable that the body could Marys, Kan, April 1.-Three per. '
The News! from' Dayton. Tenn. this the representative. in the legislaturefrom the debt the' cathedral. It Is also
,, ganisation: of company, which is upon have been preserved for nearly seven BOSS were instantly killed and another
4 morning give's the details/ ot the ex.plosion to' develop the power station on the Hall county, and the latter made desired to start a fund for the comple, weeks.: perhaps fatally injured early. today at

,. \ ,, which occurred in Nelson Warrior river and build a new sys the race and was elected. Mr, Sud tlon of tho Handsome structure. These The body was found afloat In the a railroad crossing 2 miles west, of

t minI) 'of the Dayton Coal and Iron tern of street railways. extending from deth was also the first man to suggest objects were announced to tho assent river at the mouth ot Sisters croek. RoBsville by a Union Pacific passenger! '

V t M,4eompmny there yesterday atternoon. Enaley to Birmingham, Bessemer, Ad- Colonel Candler for governor of Georgia blage by Bishop Ketley, who afterwards which is not a great distance from the train. The killed:

,The known;. list ot killed is as follows: amsvlllg and Brookslde. The. work of and, urge him to- enter the race for introduced the cardinal.! place where the launch was run Fred Smith. ,

o. List of the'Deadprh surveying the prospective railway linesIs the nomination. Ha thought a great, Upon the conclusion of the rerep, ashore. At the time It will be remembered Ed Smith. J
deal of the present governor and reJoiced tlon a dinner In honor of the cardInal
p .: !, kecoyerod.leaves, now going on. Arrangements have Captain Taylor went off aloneIn hiss Minnie Maalney.
t ''''''. t x.w; iTdren., been made with the Maltby-Hornady at his success in political life. was given In the supper room of the his launch on a Sunday. He was Mrs. Fred Smith may recover, although y
.
J d ', franklin, body recovered Banking company of Cincinnati to HIMSELF 'TREE. fall -quite an old man and was very fond of she li still unconscious, Mrs. V

fves rife and one child place the bonds of the company. ,, TO I making excursions up and down the Smith was the bride o( less than a

: i bomas Shaver. liody recovered. SENATOR HERNDON DEAD. river by himself A fisherman discovered week, having been married on Sunday {
F Suicide 'Of T. W. Duncan, of Liberty
44ICenun SENTENCED FOR USINO LASH. the abaadoned craft
j es wife 'and' threa-"children, partially and Miss Minnie Mainey was to have I
.- HIII. Ga.Milnor Well-Known Lawyer Passes Away a1 submerged the next day, and considerable '
hn Homey, body still In mine.Leavell been married next Sunday to Edward ;
'H.R. Wllliimeoq Whipped White Man Ga., April 1T. W. Dumas His Home In Dalton. of a mystery was evolved as to
wife. : Smith of the unfortunate men.
one
., .n)" ; a well known citizen of this .count 1"", Dalton Ga. March 31. Senator B,
While, Negroes Held Him. what had become of the owner of the
.L k Hunter 'body'still'; In' mine. The young people had been to St. :,
Columbia, S. C.. April lAt:: Green committed suicide Sunday at his home Z. Herndon died at his home In thin launch. '
'Cih alter/ Woodmen dance
Mary's to a
Jvtfe and three children:
l wood last evening H. R. Williamson, near Liberty Hill, about 5 miles east city at 5 o'clock yesterday evening ol
?r" Coferv body still in mine. and were return I..g home when the accident
Lea white, and Charley Snow, a negro, of here.Mr I pneumonia. He had been confined to MANY FAMILIES HOMELESS. occurred! ,
and tour children.
re
were sentenced'to five yeare' each at Dumas left his home in the af his room for two weeks, but his death, I
-
The'e are all white men. "( hard labor ternoon. His wife thought he was goIng came rather unexpectedly and was a -
In the state penItentiary. Flood Damage In Shelbyvllle and Bedford
ELEVEN FINC WATERY GRAVES.
Negroes killedare :; f : .
;; ,x xGegrgo
to his son's home, some 2 or 3
shock to
great the
The crime of which these two men community County, Tenn., $2,000,000. ,
Reese Griffith,\ were convicted! waa an unusual'' one miles distant. When he failed to rej j Colonel Herndon was born In Union Chattanooga, April 1.-The flood Disastrous Collision Between SteamersIn /
Dean .
: and has attracted remarkable atten turn at night she became uneasy, but S. C., where he spent his boyhood damage in Sholbyvllla and Bedford Channel. '
Morgan $Bmlth; all recovered' from the English
; tion-because of the of supposing he was at his son's did not days, afterwards moving to Georgia. Tenn. Is estimated at from
mine. > -,' prominence one I county, London, April 1.-Cloven men were ,
begin any search till yesterday: morn He was a of Colonel Zacharlali, .
sen
of the principals In the case $1,500,000 to 2000000. Relief committees
w drowned result of collision this
Mack Foster, body; atilt in mine.rev" as a a
ing. The result et the search was
Herndon a celebrated lawyer of that
Morris \ Williamson met J. A. Wertz, a neigh are doing everything. possible morning near Nab lightship, between
.FersalL boring farmer in the road, and with that Mr. Dumas' body was found a few state. He graduated at the best law to assist the homeless hundreds but the channel steamer Alma '

Joe Robesou. bodies the assistance of twQ negroes, Charley hundred yards from his house in a pine schools In the country and ranked high there Is great suffering and assistance and the British passenger ship Cambrian Prin '

Bryant Smith, all recovered. Snow and Anthony Reeder, whippedhim' orchard hanging to a limb. His feet In the profession. will have to be secured from the out cess, Captain Roberts, from Peru for

-Lla-t Injured. almost to death. It was said, byWilliamson' were on the ground. I During his Ufe he had held several Antwerp. The latter sank Immediately -

Among' the seriously Injured area that he bad great provocation His action seemed to have been very positions of honor being United side.Hundreds of families are homeless It and 11 of her crew perished. The
,
7 Will R. Head, who was horribly for the deed and he also denied deliberate. although he was doubtless States commissioner, representative 01! being impossible even at this time to Alma returned to Southampton badly

i turned) .and suffered fractured skull. that he- had any help in. whipping temporarily Insane, as It Is known he Whtfleld( county in the legislature and give the correct number. Many houses. damaged.The r

r Win dIe: Wertz. It was' proved by eyewitnesses had been suffering with his head oc was at the time of his death'state went down In the current. collision occurred at :2:30 I a. m.

James Riley, both legs broken however, that the two negroes caslonally 'for some time. He was senator from the Forty-third district. The only deaths reported are three during foggy weather. T''e Alma
affliction{
quite deaf, this : being brought
It is stated that the above list prob. did help, negro children. struck the Cambrian Princess on the ;
F' vably, Includes nearly. all.who.were Lost ...Wertz was Ill for five weeks as a about by his service in the confederate SIMMONS SELLS TO ATKINSON. Only one' bridge across Duck river starboard and ripping her aIde wide ,

the i mine; but* developments' result of the whipping: A motion for army. remains standing In the county. All open the ship keeled over and Bank
.';,> .. ,4 a new trial was overruled' by Judge Complete Consolidation of Atlanta the steel bridges recently erected at a
: i jj r from eight to ten more, in four minutes. The eleven survivors
l?';i" \o e:S ts 'slate which accumulated, In the Gary.. .. ,,' BUCHANAN HOTEL BURNED Street Railway Intereets. .. coat of $50,000 have been washed away. were hauled on board the Alma by
f' tM SJJj the Atlanta. March 29.....C. Jerome Simmons The damage to the town Is estimated
<. ;:cv as result of the explosion Is 1 __ means of ropes. The steamer's bows
Loss Estimated at $15,000 With No
'JI"jl t. ;nojv being removed and all of "the v, .,BLEW, HER .. HEART OUT. '>' president of the Atlanta RapId today at $00,000.! were badly stove in.
GJ 3 .. bodies will probably be- reached thls < ; Insurance. I 'Transit company, has sold out his Duck river is now within Its banks. The Cambrian Princess was built at f

4 afternoon. Twelve of the bodies. are Fearing Consumption, Young Girl Ends -_ Buchanan Ga., March 31.--The street railway stock to H. M. Atkinson Southampton In 1877. She was of 1.*
\ r oelng buried this afternoon. Her Existence. Moore hotel at this place was destroy. and has permanently retired. The price TRIED TO KILL HIS FAMILY. 275 tons net register and was owned

The explosion was one ,of the worst Columbia, i3. C., April 1.-Within a ed by' fire this morning between 2 and paid by Mr. Atkinson for Mr. Sim, by Thomas & Co., of Liverpool.
that 'has occurred, in the Dayton few months two sisters and a urotherof 8 o'clcock. The fire Is supposed to have mons' one-half interest in the stock oftheRapid Memphis. Man Then Sent Bullet In His ,

mines and came close upon the inspection Miss Lizzie Madden, of Waterloo, caught from the stove flue, as it originated Transit company was $240.- Own Brain. BURIED TREASURE UNeARTHED

of the mines at which It had been. have ,died ,of consumption. She, con In the kitchen.' 000. The face value of the stock wa Memphis April Despondent over
thought they were perfectly eate.J tracted the .cI1 ease. The hotel was a 'two-story frame $500,000. the partial lOlls ot his eyesight and Ancient Chest Filled With Sliver Coins q

., Sunday while her mother was at structure; As the flames had already I This sale, which was finally con financial troubles, W, B. Mills,, aged Found by Workmen. < ,J
S J. How /HorrorJJccurred\ I church the young lady' sat In a chair made great headway before It was discovered summated after long drawn out negotiations 50 years, attempted to kill his entire New York -April 1.-A gang of

Jj:) tan ell ofHrtii&t rested the stock of a shotgun on ho-. those who answered the makes the consoUdation of the family and then sent a bullet in his Italians at work on Now York Central

V Y 1 ;.,. at, 4:48: bed, plac d 'the muzzle to her breast alarm saw that It was useless to at Atlanta. Railway and Power Company, own brain. improvements near Anthony's Nose,

dit In the afternoon aa the miners and with a stick pressed the trigger tempt to save the house, and devoted Georgia Electric Light company, Atlanta Mllla shot at several members of 3 miles north of Peekeklll, have It

S. s "were leavingthe,. mine the explosion literally' blowing out her heart. their attention to saving as much of Steam Heating company and Atlanta his family but the only one Injured is reported unearthed an ancient chest

aM t occurred. ',The mines have been considered She was a member of one of the the contents as possible and the neigh Rapid Transit company completeand was Mrs. Victoria Moore who received fllleil with silver coins of small de

the most dangerous, of all *t best families In that section, a young boring buildings.G. puts a final period t this place, having had mine I'asever< girl prominent In churcA work. M. Roberts, who' owned the build. familiarly known as the "street railway cover. dlsecovery led to a fresh, outbreak

r' ? \\nce the explosion Dec. 10 1805 when lug, lost 11,500, with no Insurance. .situation." After shooting himself Mills was of the search for Captain Kldd'a

'OMan' wr &ulod Since; that time Educational Rally. taken to a hospital where he died. alleged burled treasure, tho search for

<,:;:;; >.Vjnnlnea have been supplied with Greensboro N. C., April 2.-one of t NEW BUILDINGS fN COLUMBUS. FIRE AT TALBOTTON. which has at various times caused the
"'..?""":"'safety -lamps, while ;lire bosses; have the most I Important events of the present Tampa's Cigar Industry. upheaval of large tracts on Long la- ,

been employed to fire the shots after week-"ta this state will be the The St. Paul Methodist Church There Georgia Town Has Losses Aggregating Tampa, Fla., April 2.-Up to tho land and along the Hudson. The fact ,

the'miners end their day's labor. The holding-/ this place of the first of Will Cost $30,000 I $30,000-Small Insurance. close of business Saturday evening that the coins Just found bear a date

t' explosion of yesterday believed, to the great educational rallies or conferences Columbus, Ga., April 1.-Tha contract Talbotton, Ga., April 2.-At 8:30: Tampa had shipped 35,340,000 Cigars subsequent to the execution of the notorIous
ha>ve )been caused by the untimely and'unlntentionaLflrlng of teachers. This one will be for building the new tt. Paul o'clock( last night there occurred the since the beginning of business on pirate at London in 1701 apparently

t 1 of a shot by Lark held Thursday and Friday. Governor Methodist church, which will be' one most destructive fire this town has had Jan. 1. This Is the largest shipment ot has had little effect In ere'\

"jnter and John Homey, two of the Aycoek is at the head 0.( this great of the handsomest edifices In the city for several years. Fire broke out between cigars-ever made from Tampa for a ing the lust for gold, and the derr.a.ul

experienced firs bosses, who were killed movement for the formation of public baa been let to Grandy' & Jordan, of two unoccupied stores owned by like period since the first factory was for picks and shovels Is said to be In.

f by the explosion The report fromDayton education In North Carolina. He will Greenville S. C. The work of tearing Amos.!' 'card and Miss Mary Math- located in this city. It serves as a satiable in the vicinity of Peekbklll.

states that the deaths resulting be present and speak. The Southern down the walls ot.the old church ewe The negroes were having a striking illustration of the Increase in

from the, explosion have, orphaned! Educational. association is aiding with which was destroyed by Ire caused bya frolic and It seems the Ore originated business which has come to the manu BEFORE CONGRESS THIS WEEK.;
*more e1Ui<1rel/,' than any explosion or money. Nineteen counties will be rep. bolt of lightning last fall has be from this point facturers of this city since the opening --

' mine accident that ever' 'happened resented. gun. The new church Is to be completed R. Wind's store was burned, also of business for the present year. Sundry Civil !Bill Will Take Grrat?'

i theN The Nelson mine Vras workedby by Nov L It will cost, with the store formerly occupied by F. Time In House.

contract by James M, Head whose Matchby Correspondence. furnishings, about $30,000.( i I. Elsman, which Is now used for storinghis Body Burled at Sea. Washington March 81:-The holing

brotner, Will R. Head, waR inside boss Raleigh, N. C., March 31.-Mrs. Snl- The contract for building a new fire bankrupt stock. The store of J. I. Jacksonville Fla., April 1.-A gloom during the coming week will be large ,

of the mine. lie Brown a widow, aged 45 years, engine; house on Rose Hill at a cost Johnson was also burned.A was cast over the relatives ot Albert ly occupied with the sundry civil appropriation

I i Fifteen Bodies Recovered, has left for Southwick, Mass. Her mis of 3.610, has been let to O. E, Young considerable amount of good E. Frost In this city yesterday whena bill which is to be calledup

4 : I slon' there is matrimony Last No ,& Co. were saved, but were badly damaged.The letter was received by T. V. Cashen today. Such time as remains will
'' A.later. special from Payton sayer;: ., vember'Mr.' Brown saw the''advertise I loss Is about $30,000, with very stating that Mr. Frost had died on be given to the consideration of the u

Fifteen dead bodies have been recovered ment of Edward C. Theroux for a "Ife. Georgia Boy Pardoned. little Insurance board the schooner Garfield, bound for senate bill to promote the ,efficiencyof

;f# "- up to this time.from the scene A corespondence was established between Washington, April 1.-The president bouth America on Feb. S last and the the revenue cutter service and the

or the explosion, and it estimated them. with the result that they has !denied twelve applications for par I Georgian Suicides at Pine Bluff. body had been burled at sea Mr. Frost Chinese exclusion bill, both of which

,Y that from eight to fourteen remain' are soon to be made one. Mrs. Brown don and granted clemency in six cases. Pine Bluff. Ark., March 81.-T. A. was formerly superintendent of the are special continuing orders, but they.

;,k S covered in the debris. Is of good family here. Her peopleare Samuel Smith, a boy convicted ot Teneh, of Harmony Grove, Ga., waa T. V. Cashen Lumber company and do not Interfere with revenue or ap
The work et removing the fallen greatly; .surprised at, her action. stealing postage. stamps in the north. found dead In a room In the Pacific has a mother, brother and sister living propriation bills. It is the Intention of
slate covering the victims, lit being ern district of Georgia and serving ,a hotel Saturday night. Near him was In Jacksonville on East Adams street the leaders not to bring forward the

conducted rapidly and will be completed Lynching cams Certain Four-year term in the reform school of a bottle of morphine and a book, In Cuban reciprocity bill until next week.

it is expected, by 8 o'clock this Edenton, N, C., April 2.--There la the District of Columbia, was,Dandun which he had scrawled "I am T. A. Child Scalded to Death. The Philippine government bill ales j

c' afternoon. The funerals of victims great excitement here over the assault ed. He has served the greater part Tench, of Harmony Grove, Ga." The Jacksonville: Fla.. April :2.-A cal. will be reported, but Its considerationby
who are not burled this afternoon will committed by Thomas Eady, a note of his sentence, and one of his eyes deceased appears to be about 35 years dron of boiling water accidentally over the senate necessarily will be post

conducted tomorrow morning. rious negroupon the 16-year-old was accidentally destroyed' by another old. A brother at Jefferson, Ga., and turned caused the death Monday ot the poned for some weeks. i''

Most of the families of the dead daughter ot Shedreck Perry," a prominent I prisoner. one at Harmony Grove have ,been:no 4-year-old boy' of S. A. Barnes, the
miners are In the most pitiable and ; citizen of the county! Monday af --- I tified. The coroner's jury returned a painful injury of his little baby sister REBELLION IN SAN DOMINGO. '
condition and their'needs are '
destitute ternoon. Eady was raptured in Suffolk Candler Pays Reward. verdict of suicide. and scalded the lower limbs of the
being supplied by the Dayton' Coal and Va.; and .has confessed. He was Atlanta, April 1.Governor Candler mother of the two children, by whom Uncle Sam Sends Warships There si

Iron company temporarily. brought here today. It will be practically yesterday paid a reward of $150 for I Georgia Society Elects Officer. the water was upset, and who attempted Matter of Precaution.
;. A supplemental report to The News impossible to avoid a lynching. the capture of Howard Jackson a negro New York April 1.-At a meeting to aid the children. Washington, April 1.-The house tOo +

from Dayton Tenn., this afternoon who was wanted In, Greene county of the Georgia Society of New- York partment has been advised by cable ot

says that in addition to the Injured Falls Down Mine Shaft. tor murder. Jackson was convictedand the annual election of officers resultedas Lane Appointed General Manager. the revolutionary movement in Santo

mentioned earlier In the day are Oeo. Gold Hill, N. C., March 31. Mack sentenced to Imprisonment In the follows\ : President James Gray bill; I Mobile Ala., April L-Mr. H. H. Domingo and has requeste -'the navy

Watson, a negro badly burned; Henry Vanderburg. a resident of this place, penitentiary for life. The reward wall vice president, E. T. Charlton; secretary -I Lane, superintendent of the Mobile department to seniVa warship there,

Oonla,'white, burned; William Presse- the country around which Is honey; paid to J. L. Brantley, of Sandersvllle, David Robinson; treasurer, J. B. i Jackson and Kansas City railroad, baa and the Machlas, now at San Juan,

Del bruised and burned by falling combed with mine shafts Saturday who made the capture. Williams; members of the executive : been appointed general manager and .Porto Rico, probably will start across

timbers. night missed his way and fell in an r committee. Lewis B. Mercer, W. A. assistant to President Merrill. Mr. today.
'r. At this report 16 bodies had been recovered abandoned shaft. Luckily. it wad a Atlanta Prison Gets $100,000 Strachan. Felix Russet, J. B. Gray. ,'M. Lane will be succeeded by Mr. T. W. The trouble Is not believed to be

and there are said to be ten small one I CO feet in depth, and with Washington, March 29.--The recommendation J. Verdery; honorary board, George Greer, who comes from the Atchison. serious 'but It is deemed well to havea

a more (n the ruins. The explosion was only a toot cr two of water, Vander- of the department of justice Foster Peabody, Samuel Spencer, M. Topeka: and Santa Fe railroad. ship there as a matter of precaution.Too t.

so terrific that It blew sheds, scale burg fell clear to the bottom and yet of a quarter ef a million dollars for S. Plant R. G. Erwin and Patrick Calnoun. .

houses and cars over an embankment, escaped with a broken hip and a scow new work at the Atlanta federal prison World's Conference Y. M. C. A. Much Drink for John.
from the mouth of tho mine. Milwaukee, Wls., March 31.-The
tent
100
of bruises has been cut down by the house committee New York March .-The .world'sconference '
but the sundry civil appropriation ,, East Seen Near Sandtown. of the Young Men's Christian body of Charles Lue, a Chinese, Is at

Tragedy In Dispensary. Requisition Made Long. bill reported yesterday gives the Atlanta; March 31R. H. East, the 'association, which meets once every the morgue. Lue Is said to be the ,
'Bdwarasvllle\ Ala., April 1W. H. first of his race in this country to drink
t
;
Raleigh March 81.-Governor Ay- prison 100000. convict who escaped from the Atlanta four years, will be held this year
''' and Influential cltl- himself to death. His death is attrIbuted
wealthy
Owen, a ; cock has made requisition for Jevan federal prlaon.'WAIl seen on Riverside in Chrlstlanla Norway, from Aug 20
shot and In to alcoholism. Lue
ten ef this place was Long, who. It Is claimed, last October Arthur Price Resentenced. the farm of J. J. Campbell, who lives to 14. by the coroner 4
afternoon In fixed occupation and what ,
stantiy killed yesterday tilled H. F./ Pell In Jackson county. Macon Ga., April 1.-Judge Felton near Sandtown, the day after: his es had no '
G. Once the he cot It Is said, went for
the dispensary here. Long fled at once and was not heard las resentenced. Arthur Price to be cape. Beat was apparently' making Tlmes-Democrat Editor Dead. money t.
his
Is In found dead in
arrested and drink. He was
dispenser has been from until yesterday'when news came banged on May 2. He is the negro for the west as Mr. Campbell's, farm New Orleans, March 31.-W. M. '
jail charged' with the death of Owen. of his capture in Wyoming. A letter who killed Mrs. Rowland. Mr. Rowland la located on the Chattahoochee. a well known editorial writeron room. ,1
Grant
;4 Nothing is known as to what was the gave him away. The crime was anextremely and his son were in court today The Times-Democrat died today. General Hampton's Birthday. :

$';:: cause of the killing; cold-Mooded one. when Price was resentenced. Phillips Kills His Wife. He was a native ot Scotland and a Columbia, S. C.. April 1.-Sunday '; ,.

Eastman,,Ga.. April 4.-W. J. Phillips of Edinburgh university. was General Wade Hampton's Uhty-
j Killed In Wreck Subordinate.. graduate
48t I 1 Soldiers 1.Thlrtynlne Brit Officer Slays & Burglars Got No Money. -, a man of good family, yesterday fourth birthday and the general was ,sin
Pretoria, April 1.-While the
April
5;;, killed and 45 Injured St. Petersburg Wlntervllle, Ga., 'March 29.-The shot and killed his wife. who was In a Postmaster Named. line spirits. The day was celebrated
soldiers were
ash was parading on
regiment
, ,. y wreck March 30 near Mlrgorod poatoffice at this place was- broken delicate condition.. The tragedy occur Washington April 1.-The president Quietly at home by reeelvltg! 1few 1 ?
+ In a railroad : at KIeV yesterday
the barracks square night but ''the thief red.ft miles from Eastman They had nomination friends who called to congratulate hint J "
-4 r :Barberton Transvaal colony. The victims Sofronoff shot and killed open Thursday ; b., sent in the following ,
1 Captain as that bad been separated two montlt. She bad John B. and by riding out during the forenoon a,
nearly all belonged to the Hamp GrodsIU maligning the tailed to get any money, 'to the senate: Postmaster, .
: rt ,' I lieutenant all been removed. { refused to live'wita him. Phillips it Lefflngwell at Braldentown, Fin and early afternoon
, : Ihlre regiments. former's family. still at lore ,,f

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Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEAO
+ stowed away In a eam :s her ,1'902 ",",,
', goods and her four children and ber .'1,1, U
.
i ') self, and In that frail craft they actual tflappy
ly floated down the Ohio 000 miles and Y, 1M+

v landed where the town of New Itlch J-lome ;
l monil< now stands, joined Bnibniu's! father i CLEMATIS AVENUE :

i and brothers and grew up with Opposite Masonic Temple.
1 t rl, the country. Barbara was of tho staying .I 0--% ----iV.-

\I',' <'I blood old"Pennsylvania stock called Dutch.by folk" of other d VJest Palm Beach, fla. If[ you use S [(

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e fi s Other acts of Barbara's life were In la a.-__"'' ___._______. _____. !iT. AND
keeping. Her will and courage were In. The Famous
vincible. Her Intellect V.BS vigorous
r4 f, and Independent. She thought for herself L .

i untrnmmeled by tradition. In middle A raw CHOICE l'IKClt: :....7.VYYVVYYYYVVYTyn'.T71.L.ym.1.11myvyvvv.. 4 PRINT .. .
; life she and her old father received .
of the furniture. The chairs are deep '
.. what they believed to be a spiritual illumination ._ __----.__
hollowed In the
seated "hud carefully
and evolved a lellgrlou of A Full Line
buck, and the general style of the furniture '
We have just received lot. Buying-
their own which Included tale full @ a big:

blown doctrine of i >carnation. The Illustration combines ease shows with a ele.ince.few! choice I I+ *: f.tt Always in such large quantities enables us to get
When Barbara passed to the beyond, ,
;!" ', reproductions! of this Chippendale furniture 1 the lowest prices and. to secure cheaper
Ir rlIfi., rR,', she left behind in her turn a daughter, n ( ,,1,
.: ", -a wonderful old< curio cupboardwith k teiL ) freights and in -to
,'l". < Letitia Warren, who Inherited themother's diamond of glass a wilting "e) in Stock places us a position "
panes =
,, qualities, among them tlm. table with brass bundles, covered with !r r> /' give our patrons ROCK BOTTOM: PRICES '
{ physical; size and strength and the fearlesHiiess
which have chui'actei'Ized many brass aud crystal wilting iupleiucnts, E If[ ;you once use It you will have no other. Come in and get familiar with oar )
: of Barbara's female descendants for and a high backed Queen Aune chair. I, PAINT DEPARTMENT.

i tour generations. Letltia Warren was Ii. VIE LA. A.U1IE. and Summer Goods \ W. 'P. HATCHE1T r

I nearly or quite six feet high, strong Spring ,
'I.. child. She REGULATING HER SIZE
us a man and gentle as a IEFFKRSON BLOCK Hardware + +
was never known to be angry or. to --
r I lose her bead or her nerve. She was a Any Woman Caa Make lIel'.. U Thinor = Recently Secured in New York ,
famous farm woman. She planted riomp. Kite WIIU.AVbat .

fruits and flowers; she reared a noble is the use of remaining skinny C
I herd of cattle; she had great colonies or of laboring under mountains of fat j. B. ICGINLEY ,& GO.

,: 1 I of bees that swarmed and hummed all when you Can change your weight at We Invite Ladies to Calland I
the summer day. will-not by filling: jour stomach with I E
i( I Once an angry cow lowered its head drugs either, but by the simple procewn First.Class '
.. Strictly ..
4 ; and made for LetlUo, striking at her of dieting If people would pay more = Examine our .
i Bide< with Its born. Instantly before attention to the properties of food Instead '
Purchased Stock '
the horn bad' more than grazed her of to their taste, we would have Lately House-Furnishings, '
flesh Mrs. Warren grasped the animal a far more shapely race of human be ,

I"J J! by the cartilage of the nose and ings. Draperies Wii1do i'
i held It fast, so that It could only stand Take the woman who Is too thIn hiides". ..
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Remember We Leaders 'in Line. : but .
I, bellowing with rage and pain. i She should eat flue Instead of three! are our Wall ---- -eoteio r Ii;-
Papers
I This strong, gentle, fearless Letltia men is a day, et f. 0/

.r was the model on which her daughters with a rest after A. S. BOTSFORD & CO. \ 4.,. '
1 r find granddaughters built their own 1 deg s j each. The .: Wickers, Japanese J {

characters, so far as they had perception morning and .
I to do so. Her daughter Jane who mldafternoonrefreshments .AA ,*.AAAUAUAAAie.uAAAA.AAU.AAUUAAAAAAAUU. and Enamel Goods. "Oof'.f('
lately died In Ohio, past eighty, was e .
moat like her-strong, intelligent; courageous may be light ;' f
and always cool headed. There and simple, consisting *.."""".4"*..... Freight Prepaid Anywhere In Dade County :t :
For Sale
Cheap '
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'T was something of the stole in them all of an Thl ClMolt l. Oond for : -
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'QA\
which made it weakness in them to egg beaten up S Groceries, j and toe Good.- Jefferson Block WEST PALM BEACHtat
plied tears, though many a time their in milk or some : .c. : ) One House-Boat, tf
e .0 Per Ceot .
hcnrts were wrung. Jane Archard'sliusband thing of the S
was much away from home sort, but the : i i = : suitable for housekeep- OBIIDDED

Idea Is that directly :1i .!I re.ii : > Mulgoba Mangoes.
after eat. 3 LI! a. .s ing, partly' furnished.

'I'j. ', lug there is a lI = " :
ro : some
s
.a :
'I i tendency to In- e [ thus etc. .All po' grown. Full Line of CitrUS StOCk '1r'
activity, In Itself -'"':>oID,( a")
: conducive 15 ;: Cots,Bedding i and Cooke grown on High Spruce Pine Land. Address ii 1 '

: ,, ,. ..... m.ue ut pow
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; i lJ LUl. At lUt JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach. Fla.:
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LEARN NOT TO TAKE other IU,O al 1 8 : ... 1.03 'm.IS i espuy, |"|"g S ing Utensils. ",

i" IOUUBM8B. eggs: milk, ....................... Snoll Co. '
r. toasted bananas, tenderloin steak, hot Trading
chocolate, whipped cream linked sweet The Mutual
potatoes, cream soups of all sorts,
j
averostotroetakoetostoroftotloKoetostoSSO>toleoieoUO7ea7so7101eo7s ono ft :
.R' 1
should be the principal I staples of food. o 0It I '
\
Toasted bread and pickles should be : lit
avoided like the plague and Boston 0-0 Life Insurance ';
,' brown bread and (graham, eaten instead teo G. G. Strohm Company oV Company;

.l f: of the ordinary while loaf. The seeker o 0 ,::.:,
<
: after plumpness should keep oft her lit -
1 feet as much as possible and sleep as of New York. ,
I
many hours as she can. Another thing, FHMILY GROGERIESo V o ,. I
she should Introduce olive p11! Into her o 0It .
food at oppoitunlty. : lit
every '" t
jT'T Now as regards her plump sister. The Fancy Food Products RICHARD A. McCUKDY, President. 'I< ,,
; first thing she must learn Is not to take _. o ,
a:
la ber ease Plump people are usually the .Ifr .
y least nervous and active of women. It Provisions r'
I Graintand[ x
they would worry and fly around more,
their flit would never trouble them. o 0 Did business In 1900 '
more than
during previous It
They should walk as much as possibleand .! any year
I BLOCK'
JEFFERSON
maintains Its "
avoid the warm corners of the fireside easily position as t.he largest. strongest most progress
o I Lye life insurance company In the world.", e
and the most downy; armchaIr A .
<1. \': / 'V t diet of fruit is excellent for them.Buoauas a West Palm 'Beach, Florida,.. V o .
1 If' ) however, are to be excepted. 9 -1-901 o .
.II J o a: Income in 1900 .
#60,582,902.31.:
"A., 1., as they are most fattening. Clear n:Y0510510510510510i1 Ole 01101051051 OSI OI Ok051 Oia 01t0510510i105t O 51 O 11 OO Ascets December 31, 1900 ,
3325,753lo2.51.
soups, rare meat, few vegetables and
r. Insurance and .
frequent salads with plenty of pepper .Annuities $1,141,497,838.02.:

."r BARBARA "'!liD BED CHILDlltN. nnd vinegar are the proper articles of .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAC\AAAA /. / *'..s ,
,f on business, 1 taking her alone on the diet for the stout woman. She should The of tills
term with her five little daughters. never eat trash bread, but always haveIt W. HF.IM.. W. BRO.VDWELU M. P., Fb,. lclfto and 8ulUgrtxtorwd history company has been an unbroken record of pro. +d
uilug cue of these absences an evil' toasted. Tea and coffee! she should rbanimclit,oUli o In pro Stun.S .AI Kress.; Its excess of returns to policy-holders has been almost SIX .
1 lookIng peddler walked Into her kitchen drink with as little milk as possible TIMES AS NUll AS THAT OF TJIK NEXT J.AKafST

I.. set his pack down and told her be and sweets and greasy messes of all) COMPANY and nearly ten times as much as that of the third In.
ins going to stay all night. She refused kinds she should strictly avoid.iIELEY COTTAGE CITY PHARMACYIIEIM rank. ;y. I..... w,

him permission lIe Insisted CLirrot. '_ : dtDIIOADWDLL AG

,, threateningly, npproiicfllng ber, slink.r Total of Asset and Policy Payments 866232963.. "
'. Proprleton.Dealers .
lug his flat. June sat at her table woiUInti The Pouched Wait.Of Total Premium. received '
$770.131.420.
buttonholes. Upon the table lay a perhaps 200 dresses examined almost ai a
butflu-r'a knife sharp and glittering, every one bad a pouched waist, .
+ '; uf the kind common !In fartnhouiies.Without the pouch more or less pronounced. in Reliable Medicines a and sl Chemicals. l Excess of assets and payments to policy holders( ..
.
tc( a word, without the quiver of These were In the windows and showrooms premium received since
r '. an eyehish Jane picked< the knife of of ,' ..'. Company formation 0' $$87,098,543.fl'
up SOIL.J the best boa es In .. .. '
:. and faced the
:
; f. peddler."M New York, and so they may be takenas L'iNP:Ov,
k A ,
pt.r' _
\A.:/ 'ln Oottl" he exclaimed and turned significant of the extended life of ': "

; ,,'';'\\f and went nnd was seen no more. the blouse style. There were chin ".< Perfumes. Rubber Goods, Th assets ot the Mutual Life
1 clean ,
are and
"I r :.t.. And now, with a mind clear and ac- silks, surahs and. In fact ail the silks Toilet Articles Cigars and Company refuue. to take risks In well Invested. The
_'. the, with i> body able to take care of now In vogue for early aprlng. We countries where olimalio( conditions _
k ..:.. Itself to the last Jane, too, grnndil.uiKUter know that these blouse waists are regarded and Stationery. Tobacco are at all dangerous and It does not write Insurance-en subjects who
} : of Barbara daughter of Let! ; more or I less lu the light of mod ,rQ are in. any respect below standard,

'; tia. Is gathered to her .fatbeis. Of els from .which ideas can be taken to -let 1'4LM.-.DLOqc, WEST PALM- MEACfl.

t... a i Jiino'8 are daughters one la a pbyslolnn. develop In the pretty figured lawns and ..TTTTTTvYTTY. Tbe-premnm( rat" of tbs Mutual Life are LOWER and Its '
ii not ber a teacher a third n newspaper other dainty and. summery materials. 99TTTY..9TYTT.T.9TTTTTYTYTy tees ILGiIER than those of any other leading guaran.. .
writer yet another a highly sue- The principal novelty about the H companj. <
ceKsful farmer while the remaining dresses Is that they!' all seem 1 to have

,f one now In private life was until recently very long skirts wltb shaped flounces FOR THE SUN CECIL WILCOX Gu'l Ag't, Jacfcionvllls. Fl w$, ''
R stenographer and law re around the bottom or some kind of a SUBSCRIBE
: porter. MART EDITH DAY I drop skirt or a simulated one. J, W CONNER, Ag't, Ban Gallic, Fl..







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TOME TROPICAL SUN, W$. J8T PAL>13 BEACII: IPJLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 4, 1902, 11 '. "

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: i. I:> -trite- <>>.O+I> !O-+o+o+o+o+ A LIBEL' : !,! WOMEN. I

That Anolont statement, "The Worn I WoodWood.! TROPICAL

The Boy Giant and His Pet Tiger What eJi newspaper Wore Ujntwrtoal.young men" would I', nr

do without thatK, :' old reliable standby
I
Delivered board f. b
coprnianr, two; or oAaotiaa wwu1JiR17wid'0 on cars o. .
word 'hywterlcaj"' to apply to women
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We in lots.
ship car
.h. -t-0 i'O+o+o-r O H-O-loQok:>+O+04 O+O+00++ +O+O +OooQolI Is beyond; conjecture. It is their unl.xrsnl Real Estate Exchange

'" solvent of an adjective to fuse
Four-Foot Wood
a Specialty '
IMi1 t' 0119 combine Into a picturesque wholeall
I I ,ry / ;lrrl situations In which) women are Involved '
: Hotel and Factories Address
and no dcBrrlptlon of such situation Supplied.
:PINE WOOp CO W. I. METCALF Manager.
ID eatlufacCory uiijoss It la touch. .o
'I ed up at tbo end with this tacked on 3-28-21( RoBtland. Fla.

Hi'Qteuco, ; "And the women were hysterical -,


.! An I'automobile" comes Into collision Brelsford Bros

with a milk: :wagon.! KotUlug Is hurt Certified Abstracts of Title Furnished.Desirable ;

except some milk bottles and nobody Real Estate and Insurance .

I f fa much shaken up except: the driver of ,

a ,, I I the, mil\ curt, who thereupon opens out PALM BEACH FLA. ,".'

upon the automobile people with the ?

r choicest epithets known In his vocabu- Notary Public. Cottages to RentS.1110rostomeep Investment Tracts ,
e' I r l I r I ( w >nry, and theae are not few or thin, ; I. .

they; tnuklutf tip In depth and richness linhdingNorth of "o'

whatever the milk ha veils may luck in :: .Hotl. Truck-Farming Lands,

p these reapects. The Indies inside the '

M auto curnlaKe alt ,still And say nothing Pineapple Properties. 1
a ., .a+ea rs at the collision, but when they bear the Monroe Dorsey's Shaving ParlorBanyan

tr milkman's language they shiver and (
-tf exclulm "Oh|" The reporter gives a St., near Olive: .

beautiful description' ,of the colllnfon, : Coopur'H (lid Stand West Palm Beach Lots ; ,'

guying at tbo end, "Fortunately! nobodytEibZ9 BEST SERVICE and ;
PROMPT ATTENTION .
1\.14 tJsuck i t"

.. Vacant and Improved. ;/
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Head Oyster Saloon I .
g r hC d n .
y
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t OYSTERS FRUITS VEGETABLES
Beautiful River-Front Properties'onIndian
AND TOBAcCO. ;
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5al Florida Curios a Specialty. River Lake Worth '
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314-1 m Banyan Street, near Olive.AU .

m ..etii'AJ and Bay' Biscayne.Splendidly ,:
t,

M. 4 ...AAAAA. Equipped Hotel well 3 5

C. G. von SCHOELER : 5

! f 1 Watchmakerand located, open the year around,

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) : a Jeweler.ARTISTIC : and doing a paying business. ,


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One day In the woods all alone ENGRAVER on Write for what you want, (enclosing. stamp.) :

Ah Grim heard a pitiful moan.. WOOD or METAL\ : Send us a description of any desirable pC')periy you have for sale. '
k'' A 'tiger he found
f/ .
Stretched out on the ground, fe fr #'
w A thorn In his paw to the bone .r-: ;, fo PARLOR ,

;' t Ah Grim!!, with "It won't hurt a mite!I", sfIJ o In ZAPH BLOCK. TIME TABLE t

} r r + t. With a bow and "Excuse me" polite. Next: door South ofSBMINOLE : ,
I Extracted the thornn '

Which hIt 'mad the beast mourn Entrance, HOTEL LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE HAIL tOAD ;'
And caused to purr with delight. !
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
v Pensacola, New OrlftatiA and! Mj<.t>IISt. I

Clutuilnff and
S"Orto..oworkman.
LLrr nopalriug skillfully done. 6-llhtltyyy.1Ifar..nYYVVVV Nn, a Ro.4 No, 2 No. ? No.6
5 : f 1
T JIS a 1:1: illS P 11 OIS I'I Le..ve...... ..... l'euencoin. ... ......\rrh..e NO'I 4 00 P 1/ 00 P
i' If no a 2 2:11': t 04r: ........ ........... A'lowatun. ............Leave : 9: IIU P Tln: II
1100 a 4, ::1:1: V :2 or a .................. .... M..II.. ................... tl: 1111' 000 pn
......... 1fl1S: 1' 1 IJO a .....................Now 010, ens,............. ..... 1 2M1 Y...... ...... ''IPenxapola

'WHAT TUB WIUTIB IMAGINES. Lioiilft, Cliivlitimtl and l.o..l.vll.
I
was hurt, but all were considerably bMalloe S No.9 No. oj, No.1 No.8

sbnken up, and the women were hysterical. -.- --
7 b #/ ." 11.0r;;, 1:1: HIS P Lenve......................... P ensat'1Nn..........................Arrlve 4 110 P nill615 / I
o The supply of this fruit is verj a 111'11'' MOIII/"III..ry .. ... ....Crave 11 1/\ e 1111t: P ,
A fuse melts In an electric train. The 11;1al/ 111:1": ... ...... .. .. JIIrltltn/III.III..C 1111 a 4051'
cont.ilnX all told limited, and the demand pressing. :2 till a H:40: II ..... ..............................1.oulsvlllu..9, 16 I' :2 46\ x 1
train tlfty pnllllenget.s.'Iw'nty Orders now coming in for sum T 20 a111 RIa\ .. .. ... ..... .. .. .. ..I.ln..lllu..tl .... .. ... .. .. .. .... OQ"Ul/\p\ nf
1\ are women. 1-hcrlllsa disturbance are T.ro. illp ... . .,. .Ht.L..ul. 4 la p HGI1"", ,
,Y I when some sengttlve nerved men mer delivery. I can book H..iiMM.
cries out that the cars are on fire. Men Cash Orders : '
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flglvt and clnw like wild animals to get Only f 21_ No. It NO) Stop whose TIllie II! Not Elbown. So. 2 No. '

In their huoto and to be sent by express in the ordel Davy Dally' D..lly Dully .
w. out. panic they i'i""ii'P 1 UOa Leave..... ...... ... ...'xnaxrula. .. ... ...... ... ArrlveJO :R q''j7ii; 1 P
shore both men and women this way received. Price 25 cents each, $2a P 1 1:1.. . .... .. .. .. ...II..IoI'lIIla... I n
and that. Some of the women out dozen. promptly returned 122)a 1:1: :lIS" 11/\:\ .............. .. ..................Y.P.trll., .... ... ........ ..... ........' 10 H1p II U01 O'lp -
cry Money ...................................Esrxmbui. .......... ........................ 101141'. I'l:1l' .
1 'r rrrr others pick themselves! up and try to if orders exceed supply. tl:: :IllS"' II 1 1H.:1711. ....m.. ........ ....................M a lab ....................... ...............1011:1'. 111 III: : II 111 45\ ii
N relunne! themselves from the car. Some 1:11111.. Tn II...................................... ller 1 .......... .. ........................ to 1 I' / I' I IV Ifr
Y Cuttings of Mulgoba Mango 1\1 Iii) a 111' II ..................... ..............''alill'3'.............. .... ........... .....111' In"I p M14I 21 IM
r I of the passengers! are slightly bruised for and ... .... ...... ..1\11I1..... 1 / < P .
r d and nil bare dllliculty In composing wood grafting by a new ea'fer ll/ilfa:1 HV 0 ...1111u...l...... -... .... .......... ... Go.... 1\",",,,,.. . .101t.pil/ 465. Ip
ri only known practical method Il1lia Hl-1.. .. .. ..,.... ..... .. Molts . .
+ themselves to sleep thnt night But for mail 2 20 II H 111'4. ................. .". ...... ...... (1111/0( ..... ............................. n llnp 4. "lip 1 1J
the of the In the furnished at SO cents each, by \Ilia HII/\II\ .,. ...... . CreetvluY: 0 lHp 40p t
i. r It iH story occurrence; :11111" If III It ..- ...............r..y...... I'e'rl"no! ................... .... ..... H 11I'\ i II{ 11-1.. '
a "" k newspaper this time were hysterics Is or express.ELURIDGE IJ 1111.. 103 a .. .. ...... ...... .. l1..y: H"nt! ... ...... ..... II 4111' II 11\ P
+ not tmtflclent. The lu GALE!:, 40Na. IIIlia .. .. .... .. .. ......V..ul..kt""IIIj" {.. .. .. ... p
+ ri. description glows 41a 1HI.. .......................................A I/Ylu....................... .............. Xtity 744p I411"\lojlIp lr440a
I :4i'i e lurid light; thus: Mangonln, Fla. 1147u. ... ...... ....... .. ..l.o..ced"L..I .. .... .. .... .... 1Hllp 2utlV"" .. '
r 1h p' "Scores of fainted became y-aS-tt GOllatOOoil ... lvt'stvllle .T. 114 t : women or n UHa III 011.-............... ....................l.II'VvUI"'; ............................ .. 1 ill p 1 -1.2"0"1'. ,
hysterical and bad to be carried out.:' 1HII u to 20 s.....................................Bunllnt'........................................ TU( P P 1 20.1..
Now there were only twenty womenall U 11011 11111""' u......... ....... ... .. ...... ... 1:1111.1'. ; .14Np1l: 6Tp
Home at $700, $800, $1,000, $Izoo, d 110" III 1\7 II ... ... .,. ...........:.('OIt""IIIIII. ...... .... 6 :101, II lilt '
i told on drat train. As a matter of $t.300, fl,6oo |l,7So, $r0, $2ooo, 7110.. It 11\8 ..........+.. .... .............MIII.lu..III'..... ..... IIHI.1:11.1\1'\ p 't
fact tine man, whoso wife was with $;2aoo, '2,300, '2.500, $2.750, .$3.000. 1 110.. 11 8Ra. .. ......... -. t.P'. .. 1\ 4$ ,. I I II... IfT40..11""o i
.... ... .. .. Grllllll1<
{ 1I 42 11 I5
him, insisted her out of the cur But and upwards. Call .on the Tropical OH" II 62.: .. .. .... ... H"'d." ... 6It'ptll41'aS35a19Ldp. ,"1' / aT
not even fainting would do on this occasion Real Estate Exchange(: and make your I .. ...:...... ... .... ...RlverJuncU"n .... .. M12oit to ua
+ 1 investment before prices advanced. ........... 14Np .. .. ... ... .. ..TIIII..h.. ......... ... II 1Npro .. .
Gr for the feminine antics that : I INOTICn ..... ...... 1:11S: p Arrive. ... .. ;. J..cll.ullvlllu..... I..uve U 110.. ... .r.t. .c
ivere cut; In the iiewai)>aper young mall'sbraIn. _

and his gifted description proccuila I OF DISSOLUTION.To .
N>l ,,,, <:'.:lt2-: 0 "'
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Many women were in a state of collapse all whom It may concern : 1
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and restoratives had to be applied You are hereby notlflert that the co-part-
liberally. norahlp. heretofore exlatinff between Frank" Richmond Washington Baltimore .;

Ton men ran Into a drug store and V. McCurdy and Ida A Zeliflt-r under the, Ph'l"dftlphla Uostork Atlanta | '

got each a drink of whisky so soon as arm name of F.W.McCurdy 4Co.Joln Florida bun ban) .... .h ,:....'le h.tt..noo a Louisville !
deli at Neptune, Dado County I
that train was stopped The one man bin day been dlHaolvod by mutual consent Cincinnati St. Louis Hansa. Cityr;

who was with hIs wife followed presently Bald F.W.McCurdy In authorised. "oll..ct.1. Detroit ClevelandChicag'o. Pitt.burg

and brought her out a thimbleful claims due laid arm, and will pay all detain. etc. ( .

riJ f'trf of brandy which she swallowed In the owing b, them ;
F. w )lcCU.DY.
sight of all wen and then proceeded on
IDA A. ZEIULER..
her homo. This was the nearestto.
way
r.- ''?' f rt'41 \- ... -........1 a collapse that any woman attained Neptune, Fla:. March la.: tOOa. t4 l5'hg

In the course of the affair, so we must
The tiger, by gratitude tamed, Infer that the ten uieu' who ran and OF DISSOLUTION.

The-pet of Ah Grim was proclaimed.So got each a drink of whisky ,were In a NOTICE SOUIHfRN UbALWV
he a
That genUe'wa.he ate cake and tea state of collapse too. But concerning To all whom. it may concern take ,,0-

./::!> And became In that region quite famed. ..r::> these the tale Is silent lie:
A case Is on In court which draws as The co-partnership heretofore eal.UolI he-
V tricks to the tiger Grim taught
JIt/f Many
j TRAINS
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED :
i' And bravely was each of them wrought; spectators many men and some wo ween ...... McQInloy and Chan. Hamer, ;
He could climb and could bowl, men. The case la one that appeals under the firm name 01 J. B. McOlnley ft Co., "
THe South rn's Palm Limited
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He could Jump o'er a pole strongly to human sympathy. Here Is has this day been dissolved hy mutual con.

And drop to the earth as If shot.Eilocaied a glorious occasion for a writer to out. THe \ and
_spread himself. Although there are Said .1... B. McOlnley will pay all debt ol Va3llrmEftorRicHmoncl ?
I .nld co-partnership. and, collect all claim due Flox da Limited
Ttt. B.rone/er Doy. six times as many men as women onlookers
Seals. 'The rain will coma down In a tempest to- the report says the scats. were beiu.; JAH. n. 5loOl.Ni.iT, .
Seals ore not only capable of being I .lay; / crowded with the fair sex and that CHAS.E.BAUER.West THe ,New YorK and Florida Express I
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trained! while la captivity, but It way The wind I. mo dreadfully cool their tine sensibilities were touched to Palm Beach, Fla., March 20. 1003 TO THE EAST. v
And (if you as:* me) I should certainly ',
be educat fl-PR-it
be truly eald tbat they may soy tears !

ed. They are I eitremely seuHltlye to ( That Its wiser to stayAt "And the.women became hysterical." THe CHicago and Florida Special 1

ound and can even be taught to enunciate home To In the the horrible dry than school go roaming. awaj What bus woman ever done to the ORDER FORPUBUCATION", THe Florida Limited' .
who reporter that she should
1 bad one newspaper
abort syllables. I Bald Freddie Magulr. I n the ClrenltCoart Seventh
,I could say "pa" aDd "ma" Aa he eat by the firs thus have hysterics saddled upon her, JudiclalClnnit.. > la Chuncery TO THE NOXTH Aria WEST ; "
r. and no doubt with larger IDtellllIIIY'j On a beautiful stool hit or miss, guilty or not guljty? In Dade County, Florida. ) a

.Ired some, past Incarnation did ,she blister Thomas Hobsoo) J
It have acq "
might Tm sorry for that. sold mamma "for Bill lor Divorce,
with her tears nnd shrivel him v.n.
him
This one would a'o play a tune I you ace.Therm Ancle llobion > Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via ;
by holding onto a trip up. the river today.I with her volcanic emotion? Who can "
through on a band organ Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. 1 ;
with father and 7 We only know tbat in this round It appearing. by aflldiirlt complainant'sattorney ,
to your
He meant you go say
flipper. in
bl right.
operated .
the crank with In the above stated canoe that the Through trains via The Southern Railway are ,
could also make as graceful a bow ua I me. At a quarter to three at any rate man the rather than .woman But Is residence. ol Annie- Hobson the deleudanttherein connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway I Ii. .i .
inclined ta be
any lady need wish to receive. Ho The steamer,. I hear will be lea vine the explosive sex. a.med.le unknown. and that chic. Is Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Car on all through :,! ;' ,
none the \less |'n tUe\story" of Buy .accident r' -
hisflippers .
-
with
would: throw water over you over the am of twenty-one yearei; It I I. then.fort trains.
I .' qu.Dut then .. you say five divorce salt or even of avery
to enjoy It n* ordered that laid defendant be and she sbvnby'ren.tilred >
and expect you
.
also follow Such trip'woul would
; much as ba did. Be When" there's lure to be rain
newspaper evermore.beare across Its Died In Bald on or before MOB '',
cause '
not even I
clouds are ao
about like a dog and was Antf the gray.
Y we ddown' innocent face the legend, "And the.wo. day, the 5lh day ol May, A. D. J9OJ: other-
', discouraged by a fllghtof; stairs 11111111 Insight "Oh, motherl- said f're me
keep
/I' which be would KO to know. KATE SHARP. confiwaed bT said Defendant.It ;,
you _
'. When I was obliged to leave The wind la a lilt on the wane. I* further ordered that this order be pub S. H. HARDV1CK W. H. TAYLOE rir. ;

*1' b.of him at nlgbt orI ny order time, bo And .faintly the .un la beginning, lo how, A Woma I. Ofllcr. lulled once o week for eight consecutive Central Passenger Agent AM' Cm.1 Pass*. A ant. ,4t '. ,
with hIs bead 1111(1 I Iw. fV'hlla the me"\ow.\ belowAra ; weekS 10 Tea TaortoAi. BOlO, a newspaper ," I
beckon to me
would
; of the board of trade
moment The Ga.January
surely more bright than a secretary Vuhingtoo. C. Atlanta .
i, I' us I and Ktate ,
back" as plainly published In Mid County
Just
0811:' "to come AgO. of .Omaha: a woman, Miss Lucy O.
feelIng I This February 31st, 1902.ICt.CtReal1 : 15. ICjJO Ij'
Lace expressed the Ami on looking againI J
words: could Harding. Welt, why non Nebraska I : ;
; I DIC.RBORN.lB. ,
E. Ct _
I do r .
be could no longer see think It would ..-- ''I..
:: and when 1'blla. I Yea; I'm aura It won't rain. expects tol, >e tbs richest agricultural B, SACNDERS.' / Clerk Circuit Court }:>;it) "
.me he would cry like a ehlld.-- I Tea; I'm sure It won't' rain." tate in the Union. .Solicitor for Complainant 11 1.M

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P q Ir, l' Ten TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BBA.CH, FLORIDA, FRIDA.T, APRIL 4, 1\'tO\' !.

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EASTER SUNDAY completely unobserved, fur. through/ the:' THEY DESIRE + ...000000 0000a10 4 around mid smi something smtpptaii 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.

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'5'1 tendent, Judge Lewis, im* the organist t i REWARD i is UH/ pveiy one Is IniiKlllug: ut IIBI I"" -----
CLOSING
., IN THE CHURCHES I I of the church, Mrs Detamara, the: EARLY "Well, /!, puilmps she c-ant' nlToul, to LESSON I I. SECOND!: QUARTER, INTER
,': OF MERIT ; dress any hotter," said AU.JJ-. "And NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 8.
School a
4,1'Yp, ,nn How the Glad Festival Was Cole. sacred members song of/ the service Sunday: at l o'clock gave'In the Clerks of West Palm roach are ;.ON00f0OOOOm00QOONOThe < < ; while, I it Imagine\la true abe 'Is/ 'not always'; pleasant "
vro might not show\ /such 30,
T *. of the Lessee, Aot IX 1
: 14 brated West Palm Beach afternoon, which wai Attended by a fair Agitating For Shorter Hours angelic dispositions' ; '
: by falling in featheryflakes om'selveer/ We .
'I t' snow was Memory V.r....i, ;JH-H-Golden Teat, ,) ,
,,a+t sized congregation. Ari Easter carol ; were placed' lu her !
',' ':'k, Congregations During; SummerV! and piling Itself In great drifts position; Bat there Ae<. ill, IB-Commentary: Trepared rr '
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I / in which parts were taken to, & ( and mossesof white against the goes the ten bell. We'll bave to' adJourn .
: was sung huge b7 a.... I), ;JU, lit!...*.. 1[ tI
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.,t(: ; represent the apostles. The anthem wa'I An agitation ia on foot tauionft tbe retail walls aud outbuildings of Mine M.'s now x "
,, e1 ;, More than passing interest was mau- "I will sand her a Valentino," thought tCopyrlg-hL, 1902 by Ajnarlaan Press Association
school for ladles, a fashionable
"Christ Is Risen. clerks of West Paint which young ?
Q,, .tl't .t'., treated In the service( held at the varioustown I Peach seminary in, the town of N. It was Amy that evening Cllt'lJbe laid<< away her ,1It ': I.QJ
,. churches last. The, -e-- o.a.for Its object the early.closing of theStores .. Saul yet breathing out throtttenttiff*''
on Sunday the books for the nlght> "I think Miss\
the month of February and as end
i and slaughter against toe disciples of the
"v': '. ._ occasion wan the gladsome festival oi f O/OO-O4-OOOOOOOOO-O-O-OOOOQOOOCM during the summer mouths.. of the< second term of the school'' year Graves bits a bard time>, and some of CorU., k? :,

,(, .,!.I"1'. Easter, and the anniversary of the Keserrection -: CHURCH NOTICES The clerks undoubtedly bavga strnng was (hawing near tbe quarterly\ examinations : the girls don't treat her half wuy'rw- What an evil breath he'had; The
I j case, and furthermore ttxey'Vre' ;( backed spectrully. W
of
'' was observed in a special were In progress.\ In one word translated "breatbinout, t.
I' ,,\'.0. '..S manner by the people of West Palm I by public sentiment: ,,They also the coziest apartments (the buildings 'An the following; day during exercise used only this once ,and means to
Beach Large congregations attended have the Influence of the custom! observed six young ladles all members of the ,\hour tho six girls vjglted the village breathe la or out, to breathe, tj' lives S t

the of worship, and no sacred I Congregational Church. in St. Augustine and Jacksonville, art class, were assembled, busily_ engaged florist in a body and-each secured,, bl"rlIowe1's. Ilia very I Ufo nag to',Iwto, Christ And ;

4 edifice places without its beautiful ands I Services at the West Palm'Beach Con where tbeuierchaats close! their placesof in cOIIver, aUo'1. It was a typical ; Amy's choice WIII//ft..bunch of Christians, and yet; tins r time, ''awe,

) .. was I gregatlonal Church at 11 a. m. and 7:30: business at 6 o'clock, and they are not college glrl'll room. Photographs purple, and yellow poiiBles.' She tied when, be could truly nay, "Foe: ,mel to
: appropriate tropical! decorations In com p. m. Preaching' by the pastor, Rev. S. and souvenirs of various' kinds deco them with a narrow satin,ilbbon, and, IIvei"" is Cl1r1 t'' (FbU I, 21)). 0\1r Ul'st "
their the yt
slow to
'. ','. memoration of the fact that "Christ 1 Is D Paine. impress on employers, rated tbe walls'and mantel,and a beter- taking! a blank card she penned Upon Introduction to him t_ chapters Til;
'; risen." Of course the sermons contained precedent set in the places mentioned, assortment of bilc-a-biac was It the'following llhes.!
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. ogeneous 53; vlli, 1, 3, In' connection with, the
r.. I special reference, to the Baster In addition to the 6 o'cloek'elosing! a scattered here, there and everywhere "Could all my thoughts to pansies turn. death of Stephen nod the perBctcuU! slr

tide festival and the choirs rendered Sunday-school at 10 a. m. request is also being madeor a hull The Infest magazine with Its leaves Upon Within the the meadows field would of my burn heurt, follo-ni-s, which At thia'ttmi..was I p r
service Wednesday, purple
music appropriate to the day. Prayer and'song holiday once a week, another'feature of uncut, lay upon the center table. In In golden bloom thy name. apart, going.; ou. Saul'u..'.caaut
.. Church. at 7:1,5 p. m. the clerks' life In many Cities .and towns.It one corner of'the room,-stood An easel Your loving pupil, A-jr." life la those dayi'r J,
Easter Service at Methodist
All are cordially Invited. is gratifying to know that'"the local with an unfinished painting tht'I'eon. Softly tapping at ulna Grave.. .001', xxii, 8, 4' ,xxvi. 9111 + h I
'T The floral decorations were simple but Hethodlst Church.A : .- merchants are almost unanimously in while charcoal drawings, pencil sketches which stood ajar, us she passed! ou her' In Eph. ,II, 1A he speatt of',1_; +

Y r tasty and beautiful, composed! of pot protracted meeting wilt commence favor of acceeding to the1''\'expressed ana studies in still life /gave' mute way to ,the class and receiving' no tonp'onsff being under the prince! of, the:
plants and cut flowers, such as roses, evidence or the presence of the student she tossed the flowers In upon air.
continuing the
Methodist church ,
at the Sunday wishes of the clerks, -and there Is a
: lilies and oleanders. Special music for two weeks. Two services will be that the I Amy Illldrcth, the hostess, a blight the counterpane of the bed; where they S. .. Saul. Saul, wnr J>erse ut< t ,
the occasion had been prepared by the strong probability early closlug faced girl of sixteen, was just now the lay when the teacher returned to her' met t

I choir and that feature of the worship held daily. at....3 and 7:30 p. m. rule will be introduced at au early date. central figure in the animated group. room. Thus spoke Jesus! Nazaf et, : ,

1' was enjoyed by all. The subject of the :: ---.-- -- --v-' -' She was the daughter of a clergyman The day had been an unusually; trying in the IIebrewlauguuQG, (:x:" QI

't. morning sermon was the "i.triumph of Resolution of Condolence Florida Newspapers Prospering. and ono of the most popular girls in the one, and Miss (lraves.wss tborongbly arrested blm In his n\ .' for ;

{I, --...- ---- school ttrcd out Physically! delicate God -hud ,determined, c / ..It )him, r '
in which the
the Cross spoke
preacher
"It having been the pleasure of the Florida newspaper appear to be riding "I !say it's a shame"caled Minute\ she bud always been, and",,,to \her sensitive "Hitherto shalt thou cont.y11t. nOtur-,
of the suffering of Christ and what they of May, a curly haired blond. "You'rethe deposition the little 11)). Whoever
Architect of the Universe! to on a wave, prosperity.. Saturday's annoyances tbcr" (Job XMvlH ;
s had accomplished In the world. The Supreme Ma- Jacksonville! Metropolis consisted of most talented girl In the class, and which. daily beset hop were almost uitbenrilble. touches a Christian touches; Christ

Sacrament of the Lord's Supper was remove to the Lodge above our twei,I\-four pages.., nil titled with lively to think of \your having!: to.leave now, The giggling comments upon Himself, but not even: tho devil can,
administered at the close of the morning sonic brother, N. W. Pitts, and we without even a chance to try, for the her peculiar name were well knownto go one step beyond God's permleslooJob ,

service. At night the subject was the from long association and intimate relationship reading matter h'be'damps Tribune prize. You'd be sure to win It The rest her. It was the name of a maiden ( 1, 10; Dan. Iv, 85; Ze4h... R. 8))).
j "Reserrection and Fore leams of Itn knowing the worth of the came out Sunday with a special edition I' of us wouldn't have the ghost of an aunt, long* dead, whose fortune had Though It woe midday this light from'
both public spirited of twenty-two pages, all of which were opportunity" been' given her on condition she of
mortality." Large congregations filled said brother as a ) that heaven was above the brightness:
;j.. the house at both services. citizen, a man's loving friend and a up to the usual standard of tbe Trlhu.ie "Bess takes lessons simply for the adopt it Her parents bad died; leaving the sun, and Saul could not see for the

't faithful member of this organization" whicb la saying a great deal. The Tal- name of the thing," said Lottie Moore. her an orphan at an early age, and glory of that light (xxvt( J3; xsll, 11)).'

Union Congregational Chureli. Now be it resolved :- laha ,ee Capital also had a big edition "Now..wltb me it's different I expect with her aunt's money she had pursuedher 5, .. Th lord said I am Jesus, whom
to teach some day If 1 ever succeed in artistic studies and obtained there Il It j thou
and like all persecuted
was
The Easter services at the Union Congregational First. That we show by a formal things gotten, up by
pointing a rose which can be distinguished Ha nupenor and asks,
recognizes 7
Church, West Palm Beach minutes Editor Russ a bummer The Sunday
/ resolution to be upread the -
upon t
h'
from a cabbage by any means "Who art Thou Lord? The answer
last Sunday' were of great interest. The of this meeting, the great loss that editions of the Times-Uuioa and Citizen, except Its color. fills him with trembling and 'astonishment

church was beautifully decorated with we feel,, the otderltas sustained )b"y rea- Pensacola Journal and,Gainesville\ Sun "As for as I am concerned," said Em. l far Jesus of Nazareth.U actually Wc'

cocoanut fronds potted plan"add! viues. son of the death of Brother Pitts. were also unusually goody oanford ma Brainard, a tall, stately looking speaking to hint Seeing Him/ to be indeed ,> ,

Easter music was rendered by the choir. Second. That we tender to his wi Chronicle. .. girl with a profusion of wavy black the Christ!:, the Messiah\ whom

The sermon by the pastor was on the dow, Caroline F. Pitta, a unanimous 11' i i hair framing her piquant face, "Mme the prophets bad foretold, Ji& at :once '

Kingship and Resurrection of Jesus vote of our sincere condolence in the bereavement Famous Horsehide Shoes-ANTHONY'S* M.'s t>rlze is perfectly safe. You know, ue acknowledges Him ae Lord and meekly r

.Christ. that has overtaken her; and. .-- girls, I don't pretend to paint anything _asks what he Is now to do .Thus suddenly ,
except miniatures. Should I ever become shall Israel an a nation'.be surprised "
The congregation, was large and the Third. Thai a copy of this resolution 1'ISH AND OYSTERS.: All kinds of fish a celebrity in that line 1-.hall -, some day and, looking upon /

t Easter offering liberal. 'The Sunday. signed by the Worshipful Master, attested .also fresh Indian River oysters every tour: Europe and point all the crowned I L s.: Him whom they pierced, they- shall b.''

school was I the largest in the history of by the Secretary and sealed with day. Shad, shrimp, crawfish and clams I beads." 1 e filled With true penitence aod, accepting

't the church. the official seal of Harmon Lodge, No. in season. FRau Dtfuvimr, PHONY 3. The prize referred to was a gold medal Him as their long ,expected Messiah

I I The election of Sun ay.school officers 138 be sent to Mrs. PiUs as a visible I 9lf Wm. R. lively and a scholarship for the coming shall say: "Lo* this is our' Oofl. ,

and teachers took place Saturday night ,token of our sympathy, and to the -- ..._ year to be given for the best flower We have waited for Him, and Ha will ..

at a m clink' held in the parsonage. Mrs. I newspapers of Went Palm Beach as a piece painted by any member of the art save us" (Zech. ill, 10; Isa xxv 9). +

V: J. C Slowers who has held the position 1 public acknowledgment of the esteem For Sale, Cheap.Fortyeve clues after one year's course of lessons Saul's conversion was a pattern or t ,

of Hnl->taut superintendent for a number j in which our departed brother: w 'acres Pineapple and in the time seminary had shown Amy's unusual work up excM torthis type of tbe conversion of the nation i f-'

il' ear ", *.as elected superintendent GardenLand $10 and $15 ((1 Tim. I. 16)),
; 1 held. per lence, and her talent if opportunity to
e.
sl without.sl h
Mrs. S, D. Paine, assistant ; Mrs. George J C. L. IIOSFORD. A. Nu.soN, acre. $350 for the 45 acres. One doyelop it were given would without and T-9 neither He was did three eat nor days drink. l

Potter, treasurer. Secretary, thousand Hanana Plants! ,, $,.1 per question have enabled her to take precedence 4r1 Thu uerxfV wero'with him fell to n

4t Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. "-e 100, or'60 cents per dozen. Twenty of all the others, even thoseof the earthbe'lIgbt t ...

N> regular Easter service was held in For Spring and Summer wear A S. colonies of Bees for $65, $3.50 the students who had had tbe advantage nl afraid. They also beard the vole' ( 1\, {2t('
each Horse and. $115. of previous study before enter I Ik I some one speaking y;:bnt'did'not' b "
[Holy Trinity church no permanent clergyman J Botaford have just passed luto stock a wagon I :" ,
'1// Ing tbe school for special course Buta Son"only. "' ,
wer9rfoe"
the words for those
ladils' Address II. C. OLSEN 11
of ,
this line
having/ yetjoeen appointed to 4 complete wrappers. They letter from her mother, received that ( s
9 : 14. It
xxtl. xv$
palish. But the glad festival was not I are worth seeing. Stuart, Dade County,. Fla.ar very morning, had given her hopes In was somewhat Compare like tho;experience of r, is

.. that direction a decided\ blow. k Daniel and of Our Lord ng recorded 1 ,,
r. ------J'T:, ;:: tWrV V&'TOI m "You know daughter,'* she had writ Dan. x, T! John *u. 28 29. Thllt #I.

VVVVVYVVVVYYIYVYYYYYVY1VVV'rYVVYYYV7VYYYYYYYY.YYYYVVVYYYYYY I ten, "your father's salary,ls not large, really saw Jesus Is evident,from lair 14 1 1'
\: t "j and I am really]] afraid we shall have to ()
I H 17 and I Cor. XT, 8. What Jean a ,
the end of the M
homo at
have you come .
I to Saul as He commanded him. to rl_
board were the only .
If
erm.
your
: and stand upon his feet is fully statedIn
6 It would be a different matter, '
I I thing, Paul's testimony before Agrlppa laxxvl .
but the lessons are very expensive ands "I'&lUIA1: SOB CAN'T AFTOBD TO DRESSBKTTBK.
." 10-13.( Consider hint three day. ,1'
I it Is not at all probable that paintingwill
: I' blASTERA 1 blind and tasting, the world shut out, ''J
s ever amount to anything more in the high degree of excellence: which
the" mortified dying to self God 1
body ,
1 : than a mere accomplishment I do not characterized her work. DIsappointedIn
dealing with his soul. It Is the period::
whose she had valuedtoo :.j
A see my way clear Just now to help you one friendship
out much as I would like to have you highly, she had become bitter and of death preceding resurrection (

3 continue It pains me to tell you this, suspicious of all humanity and after xxU...4; xlU, IT; Jonah U, 11; Boa ,Gen'f; 4 !
John II 10 Rev. xl, 11)).
,
for I know your heart Is set on, completing a final effort the painting already re- ; ; I
: j the course, but I see no other tarred' to Into which she bad put all her i 10-13. Inquire In the houses of .
GeeD one called Saul of Tarsus, for behold bpraycth. .
I IN way unless something unexpected soul) (Inspired, indeed, by tbe very I i"'t

S 0 should happen." thought so flippantly suggested by Thus said the Lord to'Ananias, a devout \ ;.
= "What's this, Amy A. valentine?" Amy's classmate) and whose success disciple and one who'had a good i\

I..t = asked one of girls, holding up a cwubl- had not brought her the happiness she report of all the Jews at Damascus : {
--------------------- --------- nation of painted flowers and satin ribbon craved she had sought to hide herself I )
like in
(sill, 12)). He Philip a previouslesson ",
which she bad discovered among from every one by accepting the position -
Is prompt and obedient, one on "
: Our Spring Line of '. tho'collection of souvenirs on the man- she now' occupied in the obscure. whom the Lord could rely to do Hla' :.I'
: a tel. town[ which contained the seminary.As
: bidding. His reply reminds us of Sam I ,
she sank wearily into a chair her
"Yes said Amy, with a merry uel and Isaiah (I Bum. ill, 4, 0, 8, 10;
Y laugh. "And. by the way, tomorrow is eyes tell upon tbe bunch of pansles. As lea. vI. 8)). These three days.find Saul ,k
E surpilsoour she picked them and read tbe lines 'n
ri "MANHATTAN" I the 14th. Suppose we each up and his Lord In Intimate communion. :.
favorite teacher with a bunch of a look of astonishment overspread berface
Saul talks with the Lord, and the '"
hothouse flowers. We can get them atGreen' succeeded by a glow of genuine. Lord In vision reveals Himself more ;yu: ,
when out for our walk." pleasure. Amy was one of the few really '
SHIRTS ; we go fully to SauL From Jesus Christ by ... ,
"Capital said Lottie. 'Til give a polite pupils In the large class which "
"
revelation he received r' \
the gospel ana
bunch of American Beauties to ]Idles\ she dally instructed, and the feeling ,
: from Him also all his future Instruction ..:
I think she Is too sweet for which she had entertained for her was ;
I I is now open and no prettier assortment can anything.:Wbltely as nearly, ono of affection she ever (Gal 1, 11, 12. IS, 10). I'Isis. .
H. Is sv chosen vessel unto me to
"So do I," assented Minnie. "She's allowed herself to hold. She had been ;
.
'I' I,; = be found on the market.. Prevailing styles = entirely too pretty to be buried In this apprised that morning by one of' but the bear Ananias my nam hesitates. Just a little as ':1 tt
town." little country
lt1" '! E are mostly with white ground and 3 3j poky"I shall give mine to Miss Sne, the" had given It no thought at tbe time. authority be thinks and of Saul's his madness reputation against and J

I Latin teacher. and it will bo lilies of "Perhaps I have been too bard.hethought '
neat will said Bess. "She always repentantly "I know I am Christians. The Lord graciously bear '1
stripes. Nothing gaudy = the .valley
Anahlos objections
wltb in his
but
j f mnLes me think of a lily, she Is so bItter and nufoi'giving.! Of what use repeats ?,'f f
do in Shirtthl Season. We sweet and graceful. bus Aunt Seraphlno's money been to His command to go and assures '
f a
: ,,' E 3' "What about our town" teacher MlsOrnvea' me? .I have benefited nobody with tbs him that Saul Is to be Ills special messenger -
.' talent Intrusted to my keeping-have to the gentiles. One would
E have them with Cuffs attached ? ventured Amy

= A general laugh arose."Her refused to soy Thy will be done.' AndIf think that tbe Lord's first assurance to

''k.n and detached name- is certainly suggestive" they really do bate me as I have often Ananias that the persecutor was pray.

said one. "For instance, one might heard them say. I suppose it I. my lug would have been sufficient encouragement

li'p'' i ". compose' a couplet after this sort; own fault I will help this young girlIt but we are so slow to expect

8Rphln. I adore theft I can," she mentally resolved. "She wonders from Him whose name Is

II 1 $1.50 to 3.50 Take thew Dowers X Implore th.e'l may have a future before her." Wonderful. Saul is not only chosen to s.1
"Where do you suppose she ever got Study hours were over and the "In. bear the name of Christ, but also to

'I! that name? And she ,. so funny look. separable sit" as they styled themselves suffer for faithfulness to.Christ and

':' '&"<. : but they are : ing with those old fasbloned little cork. were again assembled In Amy suffering for His sake are Inseparably '

r P I -' t!: screw curls and her dainty, mincing room, when a knock came st the door connected In this present evil 'age,
steps." which was opened to admit a member while the whole world lletb In'the

: I "THE MANHATTAN" "I don't think she is funny. looking," of the Junior department, the bearer of wicked one (Oal. t 41; John v, 10 It i
Iii
said Amy "J think her wblte curlS are an envelope for "Miss Amy Hlldretb. V.). See also John :zv, 18, 19; xvt, 83;

a quaint, and then her work-why, It's from Miss\ Graves.' PhiL I. 29; II Tim. 1U 12; iii. 12, but be

I simply grand t You know that painting It contained a receipted bill tot encouraged by Root vltl, 18; I Cor. z, j;
; a.e In the reception room. The Rains of Amy's lessons for the remainder of th 13.

Carthage I beard one of the teacher year "For superior excellency shown 17-10. Re I' ANTHONY SII-II say It took the first prlxe: at the Paris I In her studies." with tbe Holy Obont. I

J exposition"Ruins "Judge not," quoted AWl soberly, Thus said Ananias to Saul a., having
of Carthage! Probably they with tears In her eyes AS they lookedat found him ;just where the Lord said

had a personal sympathy for ancient. one another In repentant silence."I he would, he pot his hands upon him

\ Palm Beach West Palm Beach Miami ruins," suggested one. never will again,. said Minnie and told of the Lord's commission. He

,:: "Hail you lived ta Pope's days, May. received eight: both natural and spir 'r

: Amy," said Ella Howard, "be never "Miss"Graves !is an angel" was the Itual,- onte"ld Christ In baptism, took:

-l." ; .> yppI @@o(!.) would have Inquired, 'Why has not final and unanimous verdict food for the body and was strengthen
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I 1- : ai ANTHONY'S SMOKH = man a tnlicroscoplc eye" If yon can I am glad to be able to record thai ed and Immediately preached In the "

...' 'c.) AUP- detect. any beauty In MlM]\ Graves the Amy's picture "A Study In Pansles," synagogues that Jesus of Nazareth Is
I )) MLKNT orb In question Is certainly yours." won the prize and also tbot she ws the Christ tbe S9a of God. Old thing ''

':; / y( \s'' IIALESMF.N.. "She always looks so _shabby," said later ,graduated\ from tho art depart ,are passed away, all things are becomenew '4tr e I
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*-s I" L r! Emma. "Sbe never 'wears anythingbut ment of the seminary with the highesthonors the Spirit has clothed Himself

\' '"; :*I", ) i that rusty old black dress. I moat of her clam. the assistance so .with Saul (Judg. vI. 34 It. V, margin)
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:;' TBE I'ROPIOAL'! SON, WHIST PALM BEACH, SXOKIDA, FRIDAY>>' APRIL 4, 190. C'
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I yrpl'Id EASTER SUNDAY completely unobserved, for, through the, THEY DESIRB' ;oa ..""".rooso oo roo$so aro1ndlnd snvi 'h e' h"
I mnm-thlng ftnnpploll
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efforts of the Sunday Scbool Superintendent THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
:' \ null hntpfxi! .\n.1! I II" n .All" alwiyuthlnkw ,
Judge Lewis, nail the organist' 'i THE REWARD ,
IN THE CHURCHES I EARLY CLOSING( n'iy our in luiutliliiK( III( hni."
of the church, Mrs. DeCamaia, the r "\\',. 1 pcihiipM oho cant nltoril to LESSON: I, SECOND QUAR1 ERa INTER
I members of the Sunday School gave a -- I OF MERITThe .M lEt : dress liny letter," said Ashy "And NATIONAL ,
SERIES 6.
%, $i How the Glad Festival Was Cele. Clerks of West Palmaaeh while it Is true .she IN' APRIL
i sacred song service! at i o'clock {9 the artAg'ltatlng' e ; not always pleasant
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I& :-. brated by West Palm :Beach afternoon, which wa attended by a fair For Shorter.Hours imagine wo might not show such Teat ol tli. LCHKO. A.etot I*, 1-30..

: Congregations. sized congregation, "Aft Caster catol 1 During SuminrN: ;,. (flakes and snow piling was itself falling in; In great leathery delfts angelic woru placed dispositions her position.ourselves But If ther.goes we 1iI III.......,. V....e..I(, S\-.0-Golden 'I'eaq

V-x WAS sung In which parts were taken to A.oto ill, i(*-Co u.m.*t..* .....p".dI '
1 ,': ,; and huge masses of white against the the ton bell., \ We'll tinvo to adjourn f
f Ie Y:.' More than panning interest waa man represent the apostles. The anthem w asAn agitation Is on foot among the re. walls and outbuildings) of ilrne. u.'s now." S I, by HOT.. f). el. Steam' '

I )L' ifested in the services held at the varioustown I "Christ Is Risen. tail clerks of West Palm Beach which school for young ladles, a fashionable. "I will sand,, her a valentine," thought rCow1'llrht, loan, by American'Press Association.

y,; churches on Sunday last. The --.-- has for its object the early! ,closing: of the seminary In the town of N. It was Amy that evening as she. laid away-her .]
c ,. 't' occasion wan the glaclsouia festival of. ooaoo4 stores during( the summer mouths the month of February, and as the end books for tile'.nlght.'' "I think Miss ,and 1, L !Baul! yet breathing nut threatentngadaughter .

Easter and the anniversary of the ilea The clerks undoubtedly have a strong\ of the _second term of the school' year Onives has a hard time, and some' of ;... agaln. the iUsclpt, .ot the
CHURCH NOTICES was drawing near the the girls don't treat her half
quarterly examination way're1spectfully.
erreclion was observed In a special case, and furthermore theY-,'Ifr. backed ." What aft evil breath ne 'hadl, The
In In ,
were. one of
progress!
v manner by the people of West Pultn I by public lIentl l\lnt"\! ., :They also the coziest apartments lu the-buildings On the following! day daring exercise used word.translated, "breathing' 'out" Is w

Beach Large congregations attended Congregational' Church. have the influence of the custom observed six: : young ladles, all members of the hour the six: : girls visited,, the/ village: breathe only this once: and means. to
la or
the places of worship, and no sacred In St. Augustine and Jacksonville;, art class, were assembled busily\ engaged florist in a !body a lid' eft ll secured bee out, to breathe to htlll A
Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational Ills Very<< Itfswaq tw.hut Christ. and'
edifice was without its beautiful au d l where thejiierchants close their"'!/ places I in conversation. It was a type [lowers. Amy's choice was n>bunch of ?
tropical com of business o'clock, aud they are not room Photograph .
when. he could \ruljr
4 4'\ : memoration of the fact that "Christ i Is m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev, S. slow to impress on their employ l 'era tile and. souvenirs of Tflrlous kinds decorated them with a narrow sutln ribbon, and, I.I Christ" any, "For aw(' >, tohive
\ (Phil l.2l:; ). Our'
ftrst
D. Paiue. ta king
the a blank card abe
risen." Of the walls and mantel,and a heterogeneous penned upon
course sermons contained
precedent set In the places mentioned. Introduction' tO'hlin' is In
chapters .vll\ m
Christian Endeavor at 6:30: hit. assortment of bric-a-brac was I It thefollowing( :
:, special reference to the Easter p. In addition to the 6 o'c oclr'cl llrl1g a BS; vlll, 1. ,3, |n: connection' 'with for
: tide festival and the choirs rendered Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Is also lUac1e"f scattered here, there and everywhere. "Could all my thoughts! to pansies turn death of Stephen and the .
or
being half
l request a The latest magazine, with Its leaves Within tin meadows of my heart, persecution 9 (
,, .. music appropriate to the day. Prayer and'song service Wednesday holiday ouce A week another feature of uncut, l lay upon the center table In Upon,the purple laid would burn followi ffi, which. At this tlmoi'MI'; .<
< .. at 7:1,5: p. m. I In, &ol\u. $11 uJ'_ da 1 o CI J r I
Easter Service at flethodlst Church. the clerks' life In many cities and towns one corner of the room stood/ n easel your loving pupil, Avr"
All are cordially Invited, life la tUosij. days "
t The floral decorations were simple but I It Is gratifying to know that the local] wIth an unfinished painting thereon, Softly tapping at Miss Gravi.: oar, .:
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Methodist Church. :kxil, 3, 4-xsvI; 0..11.; I' tIn 1*
aud beautiful of < merchants are almost i in while charcoal drawings, pencil sketches which
tasty composed pot unanimously stood ajar AS she passed on her 1-3 of
Eph. II, he speaks u
I' plants and cut flowers, such as roues, I A protracted meeting will commenceat favor of acceeding to the'"expressed and studies in still life gave mute way to the class and receiving no re- being under the prince'of, the.

t, lilies and oleanders. Special music for the Methodist church Sunday, continuing wishes of the clerks, -end' there Is a evidence of the presence of the student. sponsft she tossed the flowers lu upon the air.

'" the occasion had been the two weeks. Two services will be strong probability that the ea.l, Amy Hlldreth, the hostess, a bright the coUnterpaue of the bed, where thy' 4r }
prepared by closing faced girl of sixteen S, 4, Saul, Baud, Why:!: porN""teI. \ 'r
the
was just now
.
f I choir and that feature of the worship held daily, at 3 and 7:30: p. m. rule will introduced at au.early) date. central lay when the teacher returned to her I met Yr
figure in the animated
; was enjoyed by all. The subject of the =-----.-- ( group. room. Thus spake :Jesus of Naznre .
Sho .
.; was tbedaughte.\ of a clergyman The,day had been an unusually try '
I In the Hebrew language (x Y
morning sermon. a.the. "..rlumphofit I Resolution ol Condolence. Florida Newspapers Prospering. and one of the most popular; girls In the i' Ing one, and Miss Graves wiis thoroughly (arrested him in his m for
,nero88: ,' ID WnlCIl tne preacner SpOk''e -- school. tired out v

of the suffering( of Christ and, what they "It having been the pleasure of the Florida newspapers a";pear to be riding "1 say It'. a shame"cried Minnie hud always been Physically, andto' her delicateshe sensitive I God,"Hitherto.had determined shalt thou coi ci )t fig nofut'him.
s
had accomplished in the world. The Supreme Architect of the Universe. to on a wave.of prosperity.: Ssturday'Jacksonville !a May; a curly; haired blond, "You'rethe disposition the little annoyances titer" (Job :xxxvlil: 11))", "Wl1oetcrtoucbe8 t.

I "' Sacrament of the Lord's Supper was remove to the Lodge above our Ma- Metropolis consistedtwe"t of most talented girl in the class, and. which dally beset her. were almost un- a Christian touches! Christ

I ministered at the close of the morning i sonic brother, N.V.. Pitts, and we' -four paged all filed with lively to think of your having to leave now, ben ruble.? The .giggling comments uph Himself but not even' the: devil can

i' service. At night the subject was the from long association and intimate relationshlp reading matter, The 'Tampa Tribune! without even a chance to try, for the on her peculiar name were well knownto go one step beyond God's permissionJob
: prize. You'd be sure to win It. The rest her,
( "Reserrection and Fore leuuis of Im knowing the worth of the came out Sunday with a special edition of us wouldn't hare the ghost of an aunt loud It was dead the whose name of fortune a maiden ([ 1 I. 10; Dan iv. 39; Z8<*b. )11.',. 8)).
said brother both o( twenty-two all of whToTi had Though it was midday this tight'from
,
mortality. Large congregations filled 11 I ua a public) spirited pages were opportunity." been given her on condition that shendopt ; '
the house at both services. citizen a man's loving friend and a I up to the usual standard of the Tribune "Bess takes lessons simply for. the it. Her I parents had died, leaving I heaven '''was'above' the brightness of

Union faithful member of this organization"Now which Is saying i a great deal. The Tallahassee name of the thing," said Lottie Moore. her an orphan at an early and the sun, and Saul could not seal for the-
Congregational age
Chureli. be it resolved :- Capital also bad. a big edition "Now with me it's different: I expect with her aunt's money she had pursued glory: ot that light (xsvt. 13; :xxlt, 11))

The Caster;; services at the Union Con- First That we show by a formal and was like all things gotten up by I to teach some day If I ever succeed inpnintlug her artistic! studies and obtained there- 5. e, The ora outest Lord .said, t am Jesus, whomhou

gregnlionalChurcb/ West Palm Beach, resolution to be spread upon the minutes Editor Runs, a hummer. The Sunday _a rose which can be distlngnisnea He recognizes, superior and asks

last Sunday were of great interest. The of this meeting the great loss that editions of the Times-"Oulon and Citizen: arum a cauuage! oy any meuns' "Who art, Thou, Lord?'! The answer a1''

church was beautifully decorated with we feel the otder has sustained by reason Pensacola Journal and Gainesville Sun except Its color""As fills him.with trembling"and astonishment fr ,

cocoanut fronds, potted plant and I vines. of the death of Brother PIUs were also unusually. nood.-- snford mi Brainard far as I am concerned, said Em. t for Jesus of Nazareth) actually ;'
a tall stately looking t r
Easter music was rendered by the choir. speaking to him. Seeing Him be Indeed
Second. Chronicle. to
That we tender to his widow girl with a profusion of wavy black p
,
The sermon by the .. I aly the Christ the whom
was the Messiah
pastor on
Caroline F. Puts, a unanimous hair framing: her piquant: face, "Mme. :
Kingship and l Resurrection of Famous Horsehide the prophets. had ,foretold, peat} once
Jesus Shoes-ANTHON1i't I
vote of our sincere condolence in the be M.'s price Is perfectly safe. You knot, y
,Christ. reave.entthat, has overtaken her; and, .-- .. girls, I don't pretend to paint anything acknowledged IILm as Lord and meekly ,
.asks what he is ,
bow to do. .Thus: suddenly
The
congregation was large and the except miniatures. Should I ever become -
I Third. That of this
a copy resolution FISH AND OYSTERS All kinds offish shall Israel as a natlon.be surprised ,t4
Baster offering liberal. The a celebrity In that line I- shall
Sunday sigued by the Worshipful Master,, at. .also) fresh Indian River oysters t some day and, looking upon
every
school was the in the tour Europe and paint all the crowned l
the church. largest history of tested by the Secretary, and sealed with day. Shad, shrimp crawfish and clams beads e v Him whom they pierced, they shall be

The election of the official seal of Ilartnonia Lodge No. in season. FRIJU DrtuvKRV, PHONS 3. The prize referred to was a gold med filled with true penitence 'and.accepting -
'it- I Sunday-school officers 138 be sent to Mrs. PiUs as a visible I 9lf Wet R. Ilraly. al and a scholarship for the coming Him as their long expected :Messiah
i fctid teachers took place Saturday night, ,, shall say "Lo. this Is 'our Qod.
token of our sympathy, and to the year, to be given for the best flower
t .' at a m elinx held in the parsonage Mrs ---w-- We have waited for Him,* and He will
j I newspapers of West Palm Beach asa piece painted by.aoy member of the art
J. I1 S'.owers, who has held the position ,, public ackuow1edxment, of the esteem For Sale, Cheap. class after one year's course of lessonsIn 1 1A save us" (Zech. ill 10;; Iia. TXT.:: : 0)).
of es-i-taitt superintendent for j jol I,I the Saul's conversion was a pattern or
a number In which seminary. Amy's work up to :?lit
our departed brother was Forty-five acres Pineapple and :
type of the 'conversion of the nation
.
,
tnias elected superintendent this time bad shown unusual excellence ,
Mrs. S. D. Paine, assistant Mr. ; held.E. I GardenLand, $10 and $15 per and her talent, If opportunity ((1 Tim. I, 16).
; George
/, ;;. L. HOSFORD A, Nir.soN acre. $350 for the 45 ,
I Potter, treasurer. acres. Onethousand :develop it were given would without 79. He woo three days without' sigh
Secretary, M aster Xanana Plants,. $.1: per question have enabled her to take precedence and neither dill eat nor drinkThe jk

I J Hjly Trinity Episcopal Church. ---. 100, or 50 cents per dozen. Twenty of all the others, even thoseof menyrVl were with him fell to

NJ regular later service was held in For Spring aud Summer wear A. S. colonies of Bees for $65, $3.60I'ael1 the students who bad bad the ad the eatth.3glffig; the'' light .. 'iI!':'

i (Holy Trinity church, no permanent clergy Botsford have just passed luto stock a I Horse' and wagon $115- vantage of previous study before enterIng afraid. They also heard the 'voic ';
+nau having yell|been I the school for special But some one speaking;, but did not h :lJif
appointed to this complete line ladieV wrappers. Theyare Address, H. C. OLSEN, course. ....
.. palish. But the glad festival was not worth Stuart; Dade & letter from her mother., received that the words, for those wer., for Sau t .1"
seeing. : County, Kla. very morning! had given her hopes; ,inluut only. Compare %::1:11: 9; xvl I,: 14. It': i

-- .- --- ---. -- was somewhat tike the experience of .
"". uirtrcuuii A unCILLC'U11'
'.. __ ',n. {.T) Daniel and of our Lord as recorded I .
.f: Tl "You know, daughter, she had written ;;
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,' ,. ...... i\ 1111 and I am really afraid we shall have to really saw Jesus !. evident from o hie
nave you come home at the end of the 17 and I Cor. xv 8. What Je8U .

66 ; term. If ;your board were the only to Saul as lIe commanded him to rise"r _

7); thing, it would be a different matter. ,, !and.stand:! .upon hie feet, Is fully stated ,
but the lessons.are very expensive: : and] 1'IHHIPS ego CAN'T AFPOBD TO DBB8SBXTTJUt. : ID raurs testimony oeiore Agtippa in ,"- ...":,
STER as It is not At all probable that painting ."" xxvi. 1618. Consider him tbree days .

i ;i will ever amount to anything more In the high degree of excellence! which blind and fasting, tbe world shut. \;
Y lf1r than a mere accomplishment I do not t characterized her work. Disappointed the body 1II0rtllle(}. dying! to self f

i-i : i see my way clear just now to help you I In one whose friendship she bAd valued dealing with his soul. It 1>J the pe out't\'t

I out, much as I would like to have ;you I too highly, she had become bitter and of death preceding resurrection (

continue; It pains me to tell ;you this,, suspicions 'of all humanity and after xxll,_4; :xlU: 17; Jonah U, 17; no '1"1.2; I
? for I know'your heart is set on completing a flnal effort the painting already re- John 11, 19;; Rev. xl. 11)). "'

L 'ttS. the course but I see no other furred to into which she bad put all her 1012. InquIre In the house of Judas for .''"

1 1rt ." .: 0 should way unless happen."something unexpected I soul thought' Inspired( so flippantly, Indeed"suggested by the very byAmY'1i I on.prayeth.Thus called. Saul of Tarsus. for, behold,' h. nr(

: "What's' this, Amy! A. ralentineT'asked classmate) and whose success said the Lord to Ananias! a devout

-11 -11+v1.1'r ve.'K11 one of girls holding up a combination bail, not brought her tbe happiness she disciple and one who bad a good hA
.1 4. kL = N-r 1.1.4 N-1--rv of painted flowers and satin ribbon craved, she had sought to hide herself report of all the Jews at Damascus

which she had discovered among from every one by accepting the position (xxii,12)). He. like Philip in s previous 'r

Our Spring Line of the collection of souvenirs on the man she now occupied in the obscure lesson, Is prompt and obedient, 'one on wl
3 tel. town which contained the seminary. I whom .the Lord could rely to do Ills

t q. Yes," said Amy, with '''a merry As sue sank wearily Into a chair herr bidding. Ills reply reminds us of Samuel

laugh. "And. by the way, tomorrow eyes fell upon tbe bunch of panels As and Isaiah ((1 Sam ill, 4, 0. 8, 10;
: ; "MANHATTAN"SHIRTS the 14th. Suppose we each surprise she picked them up and read tbe linesa Isa. vl 8)). These three day. find Saul ;
onr favorite teacher with a bunch of look of astonishment overspread her and his Lord In intimate communion.

hothouse flowers. We can get them at face, succeeded by a glow of genuine Saul talks with the Lord, and the
,1 Green's when we go out for our walk," pleasure. Amy was one of the few really Lord. in vision reveals Himself more ,

I "Capital! said Lottie. "1'11! give a polite pupils in the large class which fully to Saul. From Jesus Christ by

bunch of American Beauties to Mla she dally Instructed, and tbe feeling revelation he received the gospel and

.- 2' is and Whitely I think she Is too sweet for which she had entertained for her was from Him also all his future Instruction
now open, no prettier assortment cant :: anything. as nearly ono of affection ,as she ever (OaL 1 I. 11. 12. 13: ,, 16)). 1

; be found "So do I." assented Minnie. "She's allowed herself to bold. She had been 11-16. He i Is a. chosen vessel unto me to h
-
: on the market. bear
Prevailing styles 3 entirely too pretty to be burled In this apprised thai morning by one of the my name !
; l'E E poky little country town." girls" of Amy's expected departure but Ananias hesitates just a little as
are mostly with white ground and 3 "I shall give! mine to Miss Sue the' bad given It no thought at the time be thinks. of Saul's reputation anduuvuinty +
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'" 'E neat Latin teacher. and It will be lilies of "1.>.,h.u........._. ., hneA.... ._ .w..n....... + stripes. Nothing gaudy will = the valley," said Bess. "She always thought repentantly "I know I am Christians. The Lord graciously. bear. 1

in makes me think of a lily., she. Is so bitter and unforgiving. Of what use with Anahlas in his objections, but repeats
"E do a Shirt this! Season. We ;3" sweet and graceful. bus Aunt Berspblua's money been to His command to go and assures r

a i .. LA;: (\ :' "What about our town teacher, Miss me? .I have benefited nobody with the him that Saul is to be Ills special messenger ---
have
,f //I.; I' ; them, with Cuffs attached Graves?" ventured Amy.A talent Intrusted to my keeping-ban to tbe gentile. One would

, f general laugh arose. refused to say Thy'will be done And think that the Lord's first assurance to

and detached, "Her name Is certainly suggestive.' It they really do hate me, as I have of Ananias that tbe persecutor was prayIng *
said one. "For Instance one might ten beard them say I ..uppose It (Is my I would have been sufficient encouragement

it- compose a couplet after this sort: own fault I will help this young gIrl but we are so slow to expect: :
$ to $ "Se.-Hphlna. adorn th*.t If I can" she mentally resolved. "Sh wonders from Him whose name is 1
r.50 3 3o Tate th .. Dower. I Implore thal, "
3 .5O 3t may hare a future before her, Wonderful. Saul Is not only chosen to 'VI
r "Where do you suppose she ever !got Study hours were over, and the "In' bear the name of Christ but also to

f fp '.' : but they that name! And she !Is so funny. look separable six," as they styled themselves suffer, for faithfulness to Christ andsuffering
,ct are : ing with those old fashioned little corkscrew were again assembled In Amy's for Hl. sake are inseparably n'
:, : curls and her dainty mincing room when a knock came at the door connected in this present ,evil

r I THE 3.'I 3.- steps." which was opened to admit a memberof while the whole world lleth In'ago the
MANHATTAN "
"I don't think she la tunny looking; ,
the the
i : junior department bearer of wicked one (Oal. t 4; 1 John T, 10, R. )
L 3 mild Amy. "I think her white curl are an envelope for "Miss Amy Ulldretb V.).. See also John xv, 18, 19; rvl. 83

'- I-if:<"" :o _______________________________ Imply quaint,grand and then! Ton her know work-wb that painting, It's from It contained Miss Graves.a" receipted bill- tot encouraged PhiL 1. 20; II by Tim.Rom.li "12 111;.111 13, 12 I, but be; y

; Cor. x,
3 In the reception room The Rains of Amy's lessons for the remainder of the
Carthage I heard one ef the teachers "For superior excellence 1117Mi
year, shown
ReceIve thy -.J '
L1 Ir ANTHONY BROS. say It took"the first prize at the Paris In her studies." with toe Holy Ghost .bl and be filled P

l position. "Judge not,'* quoted Amy soberly; Thus said Ananias to Saul as, having y'
"Rnlns of Carthage! Probably they with tears in her eyes. ss they lookedat found him just whir the Lord said

I Palm Beach West Palm hod a" personal sympathy for ancient' cue another In repentant silence. he would, he"put his hands upon him
Peach ruins, suggested .
Miami 3 one."Had "I never will again said Minnie end told of the Lord's commission He
yon lived In Pope's days.Amy ,
May. ,
received sight, both .
., ; E <2XiX3<&{>(&x3tX( ," said Ella Howard, "be never "Miss"Graves Is an angel" was the itual confessed Christ natural In baptism and: spir took ,
= r I would have Inquired, Why has not fuel and unanimous verdict food for tbe
body and
ANTUOXY'S SHOES | was strengthened
P ( man a mlscroscople ? If / -
eye can
yon I
; -.'" ( > am glad to be able to record that and Immediately
; ; ", C i) Anp. detect any beauty in Mlns Graves, the Amy's picture. "A Study In Pansies" preached In thesynagogues
I ., r I t SILENT: SALESMAN <@> orb> In question Is certainly yours." the and that Jesus of Nasareth Is
won pulse also that
'j I \ she
t t' : : Ii I : L @ .' Emma. "She never are passed away, all things are become
;
anything
1 wenrs of the j
seminary with the
Jw
; highest j
,; new, the Spirit
| L., .AAA but' that rusty old black dress. I most honors of her clues, the \assistance so lias clothed Himself ... .. ,
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